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WAILUKU, MAUI, -H. T., SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1905.
What is Best for Maui
Is-Best for the News
DANIEL n. CASE
Attohnky at Law
fJ ATT.TITf n : ! : MAUI
J. M. V.1VAS I -, - ,
attorney at law
offices: khpohcal m.ock
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
C. II. DICKEY
Attorney, and Counoeixor at Law
37 S. King St. HONOLULU.
Business from Maul people es
. Dr. JOHN WEDDICK,
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Agent to Grant Mabriaoe License
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' Notary Public
For the Island of Molokai
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Half a hundred differ
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All first class stores handle
FINE RACES GIVEN
AT KAHULUI TRACK
Lovely Weather, a
Hilo Railroad in the Hole.
to Put in Wireless. Governor and Farmer.
A Hard-time Letter about Freights.
The Nineteenth Annual Meet of
the Mnui Racine; Association took
place at Sprcckels Park on July 4,
under the Tiost glorious auspices.
One of the largest attendances in
the history of the Association was
present. The slight ram that fell
m the early morning did much fo
benefit tho track. Tho races were
a littlo late in starting owing to
mutual consent amongst some of
tho owners so as to give the track
time to dry.
First race: Half mile dash,
free for all, Maui horses. Purse
$100.00. In this race three horses
were entered. Yokohama, entered
by S. Kimura, Racery, entered by
Ilimas Stables and Geraldine, S..
entered by Hooligan Stables. They
were at the post for a short time
when tho flag fell to a good start.
Racery having the polo and the
first to get away. Yokohama fell
at the first turn injuring tho jock
ey's shoulder. Tho race between
the other two being a pretty one,
Racery winning out, Geraldino S.
a close sei-ond. Timo 54 seconds.
Second race: Half mile dash,
maiden. $25. Japaneso to ride.
Post enteries.' Lahaina Boy, Pony,
Sakamoto, Good start. Lahaina
Boy winning all tho way. Time,
Third race. Trotting and Pacing
to harness. Mile heats. Best three
in five. Those with a record of 2.17
or better to race in cart. Purse,
$175. Denny Healoy-, entered by
G. L. Keenoy, driven by D. Davis.
Cyclone, entered by Ilima Stables,
driven by W. II. Cornwell, McKin-
ley, entered and driven by J. V.
Kerr. Cyclone winning. First
heat in 2.2G. McKinlcy distanced,
Cyclone taking tho second and
third heats in tho timo of 2.80 for
Fourth race. Free for all. Run
ning race, rurso,. uo. itacino
Murpjiy, entered by L. Pctrie; No-
, entered by Suzuki; Bruncr
being scratched. Racino Murphy
running away easily from' Notice
in the timo of 1.52.
Fifth race. Half mile dash. Maui
bred maidens. Purse, $50. Sis
Hooligan, ontored by Hooligan;
Elko, entered by A C. Betts; Hap
py Hooligan, entered by Ilima
Stables. This race proved tho most
exciting ono of the day. They got
away with a fine start and it was
anybody's race coming up tho
stretch when Sis Hooligan forged
ahead from Happy. Great excite
ment prevailed as Sis was third
choico in tho hotting, Elko giving
the field. Time 51 seconds.
Sixth race. Ono mile dash. Mule
raco. Purse, $40, Catch weights
Ainanui, entered by L. Petrio; Pua
Lehua, entered by Kamoka; Pii-
hola, entered by Jos. Wilson. Some
delay at tho start. Pua Lehua
acting ugly and rofusing to break
away. Piiholo winning, timo 2.25,
Ainanui after the, first heat running
upon tho bank, and beforo tho
Big Crowd and Close
Unite to Make a
New Company Coming Here
jockey could get him together Pii
holo had tho raco won.
Seventh race. Trotting and Pac
ing to Harness. Milo heats, 2.15
class. Best two out of three. Purso.4
$150. Denny Healoy, entered by
G. L. Kceney, driven by Davis;
Cyclone, entered by Ilima Stables,
driven by W. II. Cornwelb. Healoy
winning two heats and tho raco.
Time, 2:35 and 2:4G.
Eighth race. Post entries for
Japanese. Not filled.
Ninth race. Trotting and Pacing.
Milo heats, best two out of three.
Green horses. Purse, $100. Colum
bia Maid, entered and driven by
W. T. Robinson; Silver Top, enter
ed and driven by G. L. Keeney;
Na Nae, entered and driven by F.
Medciros; Bottle Green, entered
by J. Kirkland and driven by Dick
Davis. Silver Top won two straight
heats. Time, 2:511 and 2:51. .
Tenth race: Ono milo dash. Ja
paneso race. Purse, 40 and $15.
Eleventh race. One milo dash.
Trotting and pacing fo harness.
To be driven by members of any
jockey club. Post entries. Colum
bia Maid, entered and driven by
W. T. Robinson; McKinlcy, entered
by Ilima Stables and driven by W,
H. Cornwell; Abdine; entered and
driven by Dick Davis. In tho first
heat Abdino won easily from Mc
Kinlcy in 2:45. Columbia Maid
off her feet all tho way round.
Twelfth race. Three-quarter milo
dash. Free for all. Purse, $150,
Racine Murphy, entered by L.
Petrio; Notice, entered by Suzuki;
Racory, entered by Ilima Stables.
Indifferent start, Racery getting
tho best of ibnnd leading tho great
Racino all tho way round, winning
Tnirteentn raco. Tins was a
special race. Post entries. Three
eighths of n .mile. Purse, $25. Sis
Hooligan, Lahaina Girl and Puu
ncno Boy entered this race. Sis
Hooligan got off handily winning
under doublo wraps from Puunene
Boy; Lahaina Girl a bad third.
Timo, 40 seconds.
STEAMERS GET CONTRACT.
Tho Onomca, Pcpcckeo and Ho
nonHi sugar Plantations, situated
in the district of Hilo, Hawaii, and
controlled by C. Browcr it Co.,
have closed a contract with tho
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.
to carry all their freight for five
years. The sugar output will bo
delivered in Hilo by Inter-Island
steamers and transhipped direct
from, tho steamers, to ships there
The Hilo Railroad company
made tho threo plantations in quei
tion an offer to build a railroad
from Hilo to tho plantation estates
named and to transport the freight
at a rate which would havo been
less oxpensiyo than tho rates here
tofore paid by tho plantations in
question. The steamship compnny
named a figure lower than tho offer
of the railroad and was awarded
tho contract for five years.
This withdrawal of so large an
amount of freight from the possi
ble freights af the railroad will act
as an effectual bar to the construc
tion of a railroad through tho llifo
district for some years, as tho plan
tations extend out. about twelve
miles from tho town of Hilo and
there is not freight enough outside
to warrant tho building of a rail
road through tho district, this
twelve miles being the roughest and
most expensive on tho whole pro
jected line through Hamakua.
COMING HERE TO PUT
William W. Tomkins, director
and manager of the Amerioan Do
Forest Wireless Telegraph Com
pany, nrrived at tho Palace yester
day and will stay a considerable
time in San Francisco, where ho
will establish tho largest wireless
station in tho United States and
ono of the largest in tho world. Mr.
Tompkins has just arrived from
New Orleans, whero ho has com
pleted a station and has worked
westward, after locating wireless
stations on the Gulf and Atlantic
coasts. Subsequently ho will leavft
for Hawaii, Manila and Japan.
When this mainland is complet
ed arrangements will bo made to
maintain unbroken ranges of wire
less communication from Cavite,
in the Philippine Islands, to Guam,
thence to Midway, thence to Haw
aii and between the latter and San
Fraciscol This last stretch is the
longest, being more than 2,000
miles, but it is believed that if the
physical obstruction in the Hawa
iian Islands can bo overcome there
will bo no difficult in establishing
tho desired communication. Call.
GOVERNOR AND FARMER.
Editor Evening Bulletin: Ton
years ago, I bought a little farm
upon Molokai, and as I felt I had
a big freight list of threo tons wont
to tho superintendent of Wilder's
Steamship Co. and inquired if a lit
tlo reduction could bo made, for I
was a newsottlcr and tried to make
both ends meet. I was laughed at
and said, "If I had ono hundred
tons he might speak to mo."
There and then I thought there
was no show or prospect for a poor
man. I went around t6 some of my
friends and borrowed some money
and bought tho sloop Volaiito for
the sum of six hundred dollars
and took my littlo freight up to
Molokai and I found tho sloop.
very handy to got my taro and fish
tq market in Lahaina.
In May, 1003, Mr. McVeigh, su
perintendent of tho leper settle
ment, camo across from Maui in a
whale-boat, wanted to go to Pole
kunu as there was no steamer for
soveral days, camo and asked if ho
might havo tho sloop. I told him
tho sloop was at his sorvico free of
nhtirso nrovidiner trood caro was
taken at landings. When ho got to
Pclckunu, ho found it too rough to
land. Ho then took command of tho
sloop and commanded tho captain
of tho sloop to take him to Waiko
ln Thnv arrived at dusk. Mr.
McVeigh was landed safely. But it
was to lato to set back to sea. It is
a vory bad place for a vessel. Dur-
that night a heavy swoli sot in anu
wrecked tho boat.
T nut in a claim to tho Honora
ablo Legislature lastsession for tho
mviniint of six hundred dollars.'thov
rlimvrl itdnwn to twohundred and
fifty dollars and passed. Tho Gover
nor minus on ton anu kuis it en
FIRES JN THEODOSIA
Town on Fire-Soldiers Looting-Baltic Fleet
Sails to Rescue-Mutineer Ship Reported
Sunk by Russian Torpedo Boat.
Taft Party Coming Roosevelt Approves Refunding Bonds. .,
A French Submarine Aoat Sunk at Tunis.
England. Honors America.
(Sugar 9 deg. test 4.25. Beets lis 7Jd.)
LONDON, July 7. It is( reported that the battleship Knlaz Potemkin
is bombarding Thoodosia, that tho town is burning and that soldioi-s aro-
ODESSA, July 7. A report received here states that tho mutineer
battleship Potemkin lias been blown up by a Russian torpedo boat.
ST. PETERSBURG, July C The Black Sea fleet has sailed for'
PARIS, July 7. Tho submarine torpedo boat Farfadet has gone down
m Tunis harbor, 12 men imprisoned in her still alive.
WASHINGTON, July 0.-
tary of State.
TON, July C. President Roosevolt approves refunding
HONOLUlU, July (. The County Board of Supervisors take charge
of the Hawaiiai lband.
LONDON, Tuly C Impressive,
Hay, Secretary t State of State for
Paul's Cathedral jesterday. The Archbishop of Canterbury conducted tho
services. All ofllc ildom wore present.
LONDON, Jul !G. Tho peace diplomats leave here for Now York to
SAN FRANCISCO, July 0.
SAN FRANCISCO, July C-
Ililo R. R. Co., and has seeurcd a valuablo five year contract to "carry
Onomca, Popcokeo and Honoula sugar to tho coast.
ODESSA, July 5. An attempt
dosetz has been frustrated.
ST. PETERSBURG, July 5 Gen.
ot VVar and Gen. Palatzyn Chief of the
PARIS, July 5.- Prosidont Loubot
sador Porter, Admnul Sigsbec and
at tho Elysee.
BALTIMORE, July 5. Twenty
the Christian Endeavor convention.
LONDON, July 5. A now Japanese loan of 150,000,000 will bo Issued
by tho end of tho, week.
LONDON, July 5. Owing to his
sky has not been informed of the annihilation of his fleet.
NAVAL is AT TLBS OP MODERN
Following aro tho great naval
battles of modern history from 1G25
to tho present time.
Dover Straits, November 25,
1525. -Tho Dutch admiral, Von
Tomp, with eighty ships attacked
and destroyed forty English ships
and sailed away with a broom at
its masthead to show tlnjt ho had
swept the seas of the British fleet.
Portsmouth, February 18, 1G53.
Blake, with ono hundred nion of
war defeated Von Tromp, captured
six Dutch ships, sunk eleven and
Holland. Julv 31. 1053. Blako
defeated and killed Von Tromp;
sunk thirty Dutch ships.
Bordeaux, Decembor 4, 1GG4.
Duko of York defeated and sunk
180 French ships.
Harwich, Juno 3, 1GG5. Duko
of York defeated Dutch Admiral
Opdaiji; captured 18 ships and do
Thames, July 25, 1SGG. Dutch
lost 24 ships, four admirals and
4000 men killed.
Capo PinistoTO, May 3, 1747.
Admiral Anson captured thirty-six
of tho Fronch ships in battle.
Root is to succeed John Hay asiSccre-
memorial services for tho late John
the, United States, were held in St.
Taft party havo sailed for .Honolulu;
S. j5. Co. havo bid lower than the
to revivo tho mutiny on tho Pobio-
Rldigcr has boon appointed Minister
yestordav rocoived former, Embas
the olliccrs of tho Paul Jones squadron
thousand people aro In attenedance on
mental distress Admiral Rodjestven-
Cape St. Vincent. Juno 1G. 1G93.
I ii.... i. .i i t -ji m,
iJiuiMi .muiurai jurviH wiin mieen
ships defeated twenty-seven ships,
capturing four and sinking twenty-
Nice, August 1, 178S. Lord Ncl
son defeated French fleet, captur
ing nine ships and burning two.
Coponhagen, April 2, 1801. City
was bombarded by Lord Nelson;
Danish fleet of twenty-threo ships
of tho lino attacked; eighteen de
stroyed. Trafalgar, October 21, 1905.
Lord Nelson with t.wenty-seven
ship's of .tho line defeated combined
French and' Spanish fleets with
Ihirty-threo ships. Nelson's signal
as "England expects every man to
do his duty." Nolson was killed.
Yalu, September 17, 1804. Ja
paneso dofoated Chineso fleet, sink
ing eight modern cruisers. . J
Manila, May 1, 1898. Dewoy
defeated Spanish Hoot and gavu
Philippines to tho United States.
Santiago, July 3, 1898. Ameri
cans defeated Spanish lleot, de
stroying four modorn cruisors aa
thoy omorged from tho harbor.