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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, JULY 15, J 905.
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DANIEL II. CASE
Attorney at -Law
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
offices: kepohcai m.ocic
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI
C. II. DICKEY
Attorney and Counoeli-or at Law
37 S. King St. HONOLULU.
. Business from Maul people es
Dn. JOHN WBDDIOK,
9 to 10 a.m.. 2 to 4 r. M., -7
to Sr. M. HOSI'ITAI. 10 A. M.
,GEO. B AIKEN, .D. D. S.
: Office, Kawaipai, Puunene and
jKAiiuun Telephone 82
Hours. 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
'EDMUND II. IIA11T
; Notary Pubmo, Conveyenoek and
I Agent to Grant Marriaqe License
Oflico, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
I HENRY DICKENSON.
. TOfnTA Tl Y PuM-tO.
't.attatna.- ' MAUI.'
MOSES K. NAKUINA
i Notary Punuc
: For the Island of Molokai
jpriKOO ' MOLOKAI
H. R. HITCHCOCK
j PUKOO, MOLOKAI;
Pure, frosty, crystal
clear Soda Water at
xySt Silver Fountain
A hundred varieties of the' most
cclebratcl Patent and Proprie
tary Medicines and. Domestic
Half a hundred . differ
ent lands bf the most
exquisite Toilet Soaps,
Powders and Creams
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VEULESEN, Prop.
Hollister Drug Co.
HON.OLULU, II. T
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article. .
All first class stores handle
Police and Road Boards Appointed Wailuku
TAFT WILL SUCCEED ROOSEVELT.
Believed that President is Laying Wires For His Successor.
Major-General Woods To Have An Operation Per
formed. The Landing of Father Bachelot.
At the regular mooting of the
Board of Supervisors held July 10
the appointment and appropria
tions for the first six n:onths were
mado by tho following resolution
introduced by Supervisor Chinch of
Resolved by tho Board of Super
visors of thc-County of Maui that
the following sums amounting in
the aggregate to $22,375; shall bo
and hereby are appropriated for
tjio period of six months ending
December 31 1905, in amounts and
for tho several accounts to bo
knbwn and designated as hercinbe-
low set forth, to wit
Salary of Supervisors 1500.00
Incidentals, Supervisors 425.00
Officials llond 250.00
Salary of Sheriff .".... 900.00
" " Deputy Sheriff, Wailuku, 600.00
" " Lahaiua.... 480.00
" " " " .Makawao 4S0.00
" ' " " Hana 4S0.00
" " Shcriff's'Clerk 4S0.0CT
Pay of Police, Wailuku, district.. .2640.00
Support and Matntaitiaucc of Prisoners...
f 600. 00,
Incidentals Sheriff 1400.00
Salary of Hack and Sanitary Inspector,
Pay of Special police, all districts...6oo.oo
" " Police," Lahaina district 1S60.00
" " " Makawao district 16S0.00
" " " Hnna district 1320.00
" " " Molokai district 1.720.00
Salary of County Clerk...... 600,00
Incidentals,' County Clerk... ?..i2o.oo
Salary of County Treasurer 750.00
Incidentals, County Treasurer 150.00
Salary of County Auditor 750.00
Incidentals, County Auditor 150.00
Salary of jCounty Attorney 900.00
" " 'Deputy County Attorney..
Salary of Stenographer, County Attorney
incidentals, County Attorney 420.00
Expenses of Witnesses 250.00
Purniture and Office Supplies 250.09
Following are tho appointment
of police by districts:
Vailuku: E. II. Rogers, with
out pay. Chas. Lake, John Brown
Sr, W. II, Rogers, Manuel S'cguirra,
II. Neubaur, D. Quill, II. Copp, W.
E. K. Maikai, Solomon Kawaihoa,
Makawao: II, Kahiamoa, Cap
tain, It. Kalei, L. Papoho, II. Nti
nihino, C. Molteno, D. Pali, and
Lahaina: W. Kaluakini, J, Ro-
borts, C. Hoopii, C. Saffery, D. K.
Maokini, August Roimann, D. Kao-
puiki and E. Vaiaholo; lattor with
liana: Sol. lakau Captain, B.
J. Silva,, D. P. Ktioo, S. P. Kaniho,
E. Kahakauila, J. K. Kapoi, E. R.
Kaike and Kaalakea.
Molokai: N. S. Pohopu, II. Ha-
pija, W. K. Kaai, A. K. Laumana,
J. Kamanao n,nd II. R. Moyors.
Road Ovorseors: Wailuku, John
Kini; Makawao, D. Morton; La
haina, C. Buchanan; liana, II.
Router; Molokai, T. T. Moyor. ,
Tho mooting adjourned at 9:80
and a special mooting was immedi
ately called to approvo of tho
minutes. At 10;00 n. m. tho Board
Meeting and Re-,
adjourned subject to tho call of tho
At a meeting hold July if E. II
Rogers was appointed Shoriffs
Tho seal of Maui County, is the
creation of Clerk W. F. K(nae. It
consists of the words County of
Maui Territory of Hawaii, between
tho inner and the outer circle. In
tho inner circle is Haleakala with
th'e sun just topping tho summit.
This seal was adopted at the July
In the. absence of both tho presi
dent and Vice-President, Hugh M
Coko took tho chair at tho Im
provement Association meeting on
1110 usual number 01 communi
cations and correspondence were
read and orderccl placed on file.
Tho resignation of S. B. Harry
was accepted and the resignation
of Judge A. N. Kepoikai was with
J. L. Coko asked that tho Execu
tive committee take up the matter
of street name, as confusion and
possible litigation might ensue if
the dual naming of tho streets of
Wailuku was not straightened out.
The cxccutiv6 commit'tee was or
dered to investigate and report at
the next meeting.
C. E. Copeland drew tho atten
tion of the association to tho fact
that with tho establishment of
County government the usefulness
of the Association was enhanced as
many of tho matters which would
up for the consideration and action
requested, would now conio before
tho Board .of Supervisors where
formerly the Association had to
deal with tho powers that bo in tho
Comment on tho unsightly bill
boards and tho destroying of the
natual beauty of tho scenery by
theso billboards and the enormous
lottering and pictoriaKadvdrti3ing
on roof and sides of buildings was
commented upon by C. D. Lufkin,
J. N. S. Williams.
C. E. Copeland made a motion
that a comniitteo of three bo ap
pointed by tho chair to tako up
this "matter of objectionablo adver
tising. Tho chair appointed C. E.
Copoland, C. D. Lufkin and J. N.
S. Williams tho conunitteo.
Tho secretary was instructed to
communicato with tho proper au
thorities rolativo to tho condition
of tho ditch at tho comor of Main
and Market Street, and to call the
attention of tho Board of Super
visors to tho condition of tho sido
walks itTTd tako measures to have
now ones laui, niso to 1110 uan
gorous condition of tho road load
ing to Wailuku Mill t tho point
Mr. Strouboek and requost thom
to havo a foijco oreoted on thoWai-
hg.o iday. . ,.
TAFT FOR PRESIDENT.
WASHINGTON, June 30. Pre
sident Roosevelt is said to bo pre
paring a letter to a personal friend
"indorsing Secretary Taft as the
logical candidate 1'or the Presi
dency. This, it is asserted, will bo
the way tho President will show to
other prominent politicians within
the Republican ranks what he
thinks of their aspirations.
Eycry act of the President's with
in two months has tended toward
such a denouement. He has been
making political friends for Taft
right and left. ' Tho latest instance
of it was tho Wallace letter. It
was all arranged by the President
so tho story runs here, to havo Taft
demand Wallace's resignation.
Taft is Roosevelt's candidate and
the forthcoming letter will make it
plain to those wh( havo doubted
tho President's intention with re
gard.to tho Presidency. It is uiv
derstood the letter will be address
ed to Elihu Root, who, of course,
will make it public. It-will bo is
sued wlnlo Taft is away in tho
Philippines, so ho may fro spared
tho trouble of denying that he has
his eye on the Whjto House.
WOOD'S HEALTH REPORTED
WASIIINTON, June 30. There
are presistant reports current to
night that tho unexpected visit to
the United States of Major-General
Leonard Wood is duo to tho fact
that ho is obliged to undergo a
serious surgical operation. It is
said that ho has had some troublo
with his head which necessitated
his return from tho Philippines to
Nobody at the War Department
seems to know why General Wood
cumo1 home, and many officers were
unaware that he had left the Phi
lippines until they read in tho
newspapers that he had landed at
San Francisco. Ho obtained leave
of absence from General Corbin,
and it is not known hero whether
or not ho intends to como to Wash
ington. General Wood has no in
tention of returning to military du
ty in the United States. Ho is con
sidered tho logical successor of
General Corbin as the commander
of tho Army in tho Philippines
when the latter becomes clioif of
staff, September, 1906'.
the Landing of father
HONOLULU, July 8 Seventy-
eight years ago tomorrow Father
Bachelot landed in Hawaii and
founded tlo first Roman Catholic
mission in these islands. It is a
far cry back to the year 1827 in
tho light of human achievement
during tho intervening years and
it is hard for tho man who" walks
tho streets of Honolulu today to
realize just how tho straggling grass
built villago looked in those days
but there remains a muto but elo
quent testimony to the devoted
priest in the little monument be
hind the Catholic church, which
marks the spot where tho first
There were no special services to
day to mark tho landing of the first
Catholic missionary but every good
Catholic remembored tho day with
becoming pride. Ten years after
his first coining Father Bachelot
imported tho first algeroba tree, the
tree which still stands just mauka
of tho church and spreads its un
brageous branches over ForUstreet.
Tho treo itself preaches a strong
sermon and a closo parallel might
bo drawn botweon the faith import
ed by" Father Bachelot and tho
algeroba itself. Both have spread
HOW THE JAPANESE
Captured the 'island Without Damage to Their
Squadron-Firing Squad Mutiny and
Shoot Their Officers.
SUNSTROKE CAUSES MANY DEATHS: i
Fire in Colliery at Dortmund Entombs Thirty-Nine '
Miners. King Oscar and Crown Prince f
Owing to tho land lino o tho Inter -Island Tolpgra
Company on Oalni being down tho Nkws is unabU?
give its readers the usual late despatches.
TOKIO, luly 11. The Russian
terior of Saghalicn. Many Russian
by tho Japaneso troops.
To the JAPANESE CONSUL GENERAL, Honolulu: L
iuimiriw ivuiaoita s report runs
Our squadron arrived in tho Saghalicn waters at daybreak of tho 7th.'
nst., and aftor soa-clearing operations,
squauron approacneu tuo coast.
Our squadron arrivod in the Salialion waters at daybreak of tho 7th
occu ied tho position as was previously
armj 'also landed and relieved tho naval clotachmont. In tho moanwhiloi
the e (cmy's fort on the height south of Ivorsakov oponed fire on our ships
whicl. were engaged in tho clct ring of
ted 01 'eratfons as was prearranged. r
E rly on the morning ot tho 8th
Lroyuri. jvere uispiucneu 10 .issisu uie
T- t I- 1 ... . 1 T- 1
ioi sum y, out uiey lounu ivorsaKov aircauy occupied oy our arpny. xiio'
dnstrovols entered tho Chitoso Huv. formerlv called tho Rososn! 'Tiav.
1 - c
wnen xnciincniy openeu vigorous nrc
To tho JAPANESE CONSUL GENERAL, Honolulu: (Official Report),
Our Saghalicn landing army occupied Ivorsakov early in the mornings
-..10.1I L 1.1 . 1. . mi.. Tl ! 1
01 mo 0111 nisi, wiinou. niucii resistance, xiio iiussiuns uurni inc lown or ,4
Korsal.ov, whoro thov again attempt resistance, "but being dislodged by
our pursuing force, retired towards Vladimirovka, about 22 miles north of
Ivorsakov. In this engagement wo captured four guns and a qiantity of'
ammunition. No damago on our side. TAKAHIRA. ' j
LONDON, July 11. It is reported that 23 mutineers at Libau wore -i
condemned to death. Tho firing squad detailed to execute them mutinied, irfS
turned about and shot twelve officers. Cossacks were summoned and in 'M
the fight that followed 30 wpro killed.
SEBASTOPOL, July 11. The torpedo boat in tho hands of tho J"!
mutineers has refused to surrender,
crew lias been arrested.
ROME, July 11. Thore were 103
terday and nineteen deaths.
NEW YORK, July 11. Sunstroke
PITTSBURG. July 11. There
DORTMUND, July 11. A fire has occurred in a colliory here and
thirty-nine minors, who were cut off, aro believed to be dead.
STOCKHOLM, July 11. King Oscar arfd the Crown Pnce will sail
July 13 to meet tho Kaiser at Gefle.
SIHINGPA1, July 11. It is raining in torrents and all activity at
tho front has ceased.
WASHINGTON, July 10. Tho Postmaster General has issued a
fraud order against tho People's United States Bank at St. Louis, Mb
CONSTANCE, (dadon), July 10. Tho Iuternational Socialist Con.
gress has oponed. Bebol made an attack on Buolow,
over the islands in a manner which
cannot fail to bo remarked by tho
leall observing. Tho good Father
(Bachelot is among the silent ma
jority today but his works live after
him in theso far islands of Hawaii.
Ho died at sea and is buried in
Ascension Island in tho Atlantic.
SAILED THROUGH AIR LIKE
TOLEDO, O., Juno 30. Ono of
the most remarkablo flights ever
made in an airship was porformcd
today by A. R. Knabonshuo, who
sailed through tho air a distance of
threo miles, landed on top of a ton-
story ollico building in twonty-fivo
minutes from tho time of starting
INVADED SAGHALIEN i
forces havo withdrawn into tho
political prisoners have been set (free
WASHINGTON, July 10th, 1905.
our transports and a part of tlioj
dotermined;ithoroupon a partof 0 un
tho sea, but later successfully cfTo"c ''
No damago to our squadron.
lust., three warships and 1 two jdes.
muvumuiii,oi tne uriny in occupying!
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wiin neiu guns, which wore, uowovor,;
WASHINGTON, July 10th, 1905',Si
Tho Ivustenji has arrived and Ha -5
cqses of sunstroke in this city yc's-1..
caused ton deaths yestorday audfe3
wcro soven deaths from heat vestou.
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and then roturned to tho spot froin
which ho started.
Tho day was ideal for tho daring
feat. A light wind was blowing
from tho cast and Knabonsliuty
sailed his oerial craft directly in,,
tho faco of tho wind. Two daya
ago ho declared ho would sail down
and alight 011 tho top of a ten-story
building. When ho left th cstart
ing place ho directed tho shijf
straight for tho city. When
tho dfstanco had been covered
uppor current of air carried 1
up to a distanco of 3000 fuot
tho norvy aoronaut did not
control of his machino foj,. aj
niont and steered it dir'eqtljfi
tho heart of tin) city.