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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1905
I To the County Officials
" and Office Men
Do you realize the satisfaction, economy
ami Uie advantage. there are in lining
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Your advice that you are interested in these
lines will bring you our catalogue and full
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in the operating.
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Where Teachers Are To Go.
HONOLULU, July 52.-The Board
of Education yesterday afternoon a-
dopted the report of it9 committee
on assignments of teacher9 for the is
lands, for tre next pchool term. F.
A. Richmond was appointed principal
of the Ililo School, at a salary of $175
per month, without any assistant for
the first j ear. Tho committee re
commended the payment of $40 each
to three teachers at the Kona Or
phanage. The recommendations were
The repirt of tho committee as
' signing Maui teachers was as follows:
Miss L, Pihi (Nor. cert.), Honoko
wai vice D. 13. Kuhns, resigned.
Miss I. Aki (Nor. cert.), Spreckels
ville, vice Miss Medeiros, resigned.
James Oliver (Uni. of Sydney), Ulu.
palakua, vice E. Snyder, resigned.
Mrs. M. A. Pa, Halehaku, vice Miss
S. Kiakona, resigned.
Miss Riedel (Nor. cert.), Puunene,
Robert Plunkett (Nor. student),
Nahiku, vice Miss l'ihi, transferred.
Miss Elizabeth Kaea (Maunaoki
Srm.), Kaupo, vico Miss Aki, trans
ferred. Flack (Parkville Col.)' Lahaina
luna, vice Mr. Sturtevant, resigned.
1!. Kawaiaea (Life cert.), Ilaou,
vice F. P. Rosecrans, transferred.
Miss M. 1?. Slarhird (Cal. Life),
liana, vice B. K. Kawaiaea, trans
ferred. F. P. Rosecrans (Oberlin Co!.),
Puunene, additional teacher.
Mrs. Rosecrans, Puunene, trans
ferred. Miss Anderson (Maine Normal),
Ulaino, vice Rrobert Plankett, trans
Hawaii May Make Distilled LP
HONOLULU, July 19. There is
a man in town who came from Chica
go to investigate the possibilities of
establishing a distillery in Hawaii.
Acting under the consent of the In
ternal Revenue Department, he has
been making experiments with vari
ous products of the islands which may
be turned into distilled liquors. The
result of these experiments will.be
laid before his bsinexs associates in
Chicago, and in time the establish
ment of a distillery may follow.
The Chicago man, Altman by name,
has been here several weeks looking
up the situation. It is well known
that tho native brew, okolehao, is
made from tho ti-plant. Okolehao is
pronounced a fine liquor. In days
gone by its manufacture was sur
reptitiously carried on a very large
scale, and those who had a liking for
the liquor generally knew where ard
how to obtain a supply. In recent
years, owing to frequent police raids
and the installation of the Internal
Revenue service here, the manufac
ture of okolehao has fallen to a low
The use of molasses residue from
sugar mills, in making rum, is also
Bonds As Security.
HONOLULU, July 18. Acting
taovernor Atkinson has been advised
by the Secretary of the Treasury
that the Territory's refunding bonds
will be accepted as security for Na
tional Hank notes up to 90 per cent
of their face value, on the condition
that the bonds which they are used
to replace shall be used as security
tor the issuance of additional bank
Rockefeller May Sue McClures.
CLEVELAND, July 12. The
Rockefellers threaten Miss. Ida Tar-
bell and McClure's magazine with
libel proceedings on account of the
character sketch of John D. Rocke
feller, by Miss Tarbell which is being
published by that magazine. State
ments regarding the farther of John
D. Rockefeller, who is described as
a sort of a quack doctor, and an
associate of horse thieves, are
particularly objected to.
Calming The Country
ST. PETERSBURG, July 7. The
Oovernment is seriously trying to
calm the country by distributing
everywhere copies of Prince Trou
betskoy's zemstvo address with the
Emperor's response. -A million copies
have been priuted and systematically
spread by the Provincial Governors
In the cities and in the country. Be
sides this the Emperor has personal
ly commanded Count IxnatietT, who
is the head of the toleration com
mittee, to tour the couutry, address
the people and pacify them iu his
The Count made a speach at Eliza
beth today to a large assemblage,
consisting of provincial functionaries,
zemstvoists, land owners and mer
chants. He urged the people to have
confidence in the coming reforms; to
co-operate with the authorities and
not make the task of his Majesty
A Business Built Upon a Ballad.
Two young travelling salesmen for
New Yoi k dry goods houses met m
a small hotel in a western city.
"Bum town" said one of them,
frowning at the empty street seen
from the hotef window.
" Let' s go to a show."
"Not a theatre open in town."
The first man fitood with his hands
thrust deeD into his pockets.
"Can you play"? he asked.
"I never gamble," replied the
"No, no, I mean a piano. There's
a pretty fail one in the parlor."
Nothing cements friendship so
quickly as a liking for mimic. Before
the evening closed, these, two drum
mers were fast friends. Further
more, they had written a song, the
story of a city waif. They gave it
tho title "Tho Little Lost Child."
The song, written because the
travelling salesmen were lonely and
there was'nt a theatre open in town,
was published and it caught the
popular fancy. Orders came sur
prisingly fast and tho young men
were embarrassed by the quantity
of their mail.
"Let's rent an office," said one of
"An office for one song?"
"We'll make stereopllcan views to
fit the ballad, and hire them cut to
singers." And the office was rented.
One of tho young drummers was
Joseph W. Stern, the othor Edward
B. Marks. The song and tho one
room office, at 45 East T wen tie' h
street. New York, were the evolu
tion or the firm of Joseph W. Stern
& Co. music publishers.
Into the little office they admitted
George Rosey, the march writer.
Mr. Rosey rewarded their hospi
tality by writing ' "Tho Honeymoon"
March, a copy of which they sent
to every bride in the United States.
This cheap and novel method of
advertising made the infant firm
known to many thousands of families
and their friends.
Good fortune followed when it
gave them opportunity to publish
"She Was Bred In Old Kentucky,"
and Monroe ' Rosenfeld's songs,
"Take Back Your Gold," and "I
Don't Care If You Never Come
By this time the firm needed lar
ger quarters and moved to 34 East
' It had become to bo, known as "The
House of Hits."
Twelve years from the time the
young drummers wrote a ballad to
amuse each other, one evening in a
Westecn hotel, they are erecting
one of the largest buildings for the
accomodation of a music house in
this country, : Lato this summer
they will remove their business to
this five-story building on Thirty
eighth street, west of Broadway
From N. Y. Journal.
Details of Bennington Explosion
SAN DIEGO, July 21. The main
starboard boiler of the U. S. gun
boat Bennington, just forward of
the smokestack, exploded today,
with a terrific report, the explosion
being witnessed by hundreds of
people from the piers and along the
Men and women, in large num
bers, were out in pleasure crafts at
the timo cf tho accident and numer
ous ferryboats were not far from
the naval vessel when the tragedy
The bodies of the unfortunate men
aboard tho Bennington were, many
of them, blown to fragments.
Dead bodies were hurled to a
great height iu the air.
Portions of remains and dead
bodies were picked up by ferry
boats and launches and taken ashore.
These craft also recovered many in
jured and dying men from the bay.
Once ashore tho injured were con
veyed to tho hospitals as soon as
Lieutenant Perry was badly
burned av.d little hope is held for his
Commander Lucien Young was
ashore at the time of the tragedy.
Ho hurried aboard on hearing the
news and at once ordered all the
ship's compartments closed and the
Servant (at sweet girl's boudoir)
Mr. Nicefellow is in tho parlor, Miss.
Sweet Girl (throwing down a
novel) Horrors! And my hair is all
down ! Tell him he'll have to wait a
little, as I'm in the kitchen helping
mother." London Tit-bits.
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Spreckels Park, Kahului
AUGUST 12, I9Q5.
LIST OF EVENTS
1st Race. Three-eighths, mile. Free for nil Purse, $50.00
2nd Race. One mile free for all. Trotting & Pacing. . 'Purse, 50.00
Cyclone and Denny Henley barred. Bent 2 in 3.
3rd Race. Three-eighths Mile Dash (Japanese to ride). . .Purse $25.00
(Post Eutries) , '
4th Race. Half mile dash. Ponies 14 hands or under, 100 lbs.. . $25.00
5th Qaee. Half mile dash. Free for all Purse, f 50.00
Gth Race. One mile. Best 2 in 3. Trotting and Pacing. Purse $50 00
7th Race.-' Ilnlf mile dash. Japanese. Post entries Purse 25.00
8th Race. Three quarter mile dash. Free for all Purse $50.00
Utli Race. One mile. To ho owned nnd ridden by Japanese . . 100 lbs.
10th Race. One and one-half mile Cowboy race. Instructions by
the judges of the day.
Special Race. One mile Hack Race. Trotting or Pacing. To be
driven by lie lensed drivers or owners. , Sweepstakes
All li'llls for-rn'ivilntmsi
I . . . t . ' v ' McvuiiijiuiUVU Willi Oi
certified chock or its equivalent. Entries and bids close at
i. iu. uii euitesuay .august inn, iyuu at i;6) p. in. at
All races to be run, trotted or paced under tho rules of
the l'acilic Const, Wood Tin
frottiiij; Association. Japanese races excepted.
. ivn rmers ami unvers to appear m colors.
At least three to enter and two to start.
All horses are expected to start unless withdrawn by
12 o'clock M. on on Friday, August 11.
RACES TO START AT
11 J. 1.1 .
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