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VOLUME XI WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST5, 1905 ' NUMBERJ5
DANIEL H. CASE
Attohney at Law
WAILUKU : : :
HAWAIIAN BONDS SELL
TO LOCAL CAPITALIST
attorney at law
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
Attohney and Counoeixou at Law
S7 S. King St. HONOLULU.
'Business from Maui people es
Dn. JOHN WEDDICK,
9 to 10 a.m.. 2 to 4' P. MM
7 to 8 p. m. Hospital 10 A. it.
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
'' Office, Kawaipai, Puunene -and
Hours. 9 A. M. to 4. P.M.
No'iA'HY PUBLIOCONVEYKNCER AND
AdsnTTo Grant MarriAok! License
1 OfliceOlrcuttr Court,' 2nd Circuit
G. Irwin Takes Entire Issue-Illicit Liquor
; Selling Decreases-Circuit Court Clerk
in Trouble-Flags For Schools.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS APPOINT.
Harrv Codd Caotain of Police. Wailuku . Chas. Gay Road
Supervisor, Lanai. Approve of Salaries and
IRWIN HOLDS OLD BONDS.
HONOLULU, Aug. 2. The man
who purchased the Territorial re
funding bonds, Mr. William G.
Irwin, is the holder of $369,000 of
the five per cent bondH which it is
purposed to refund with tho three
per cents for which the gentleman
has given a premium. That fact,
however, will but make the tran
saction tho easier to carry out, and
tho same'premium will be paid on
quantities less than five .gallons
there are 16 on Oahu, G on Maui,
and 2 on .Molokai. Tho fourth'
class, or retail, are 87 onOahu,
20 on Hawaii, 19 on Maui, 8 on
Kauai and 1 on Molokai.
On all the islands licenses have
been taken out by Japanese and
Chinese stores which have always
sold liquor on the quiet in the past,
In the now law it is declared
that the navment of the fed
Public School -houses, and as gener
ally in line with mainland legisla
tion on the same subject. The
theory of the thing is that the Hag
presents a constant object lesson
in patriotism to the scholars, and
patriotism is one of tho things that
the school teacher tries to inculcate.
The habit is to have the flag
flying when school is open, the
scholars themselves raising it with
some appropriate torm 01 exer
cise. Then, when school iB dismiss
ed, the flag is lowered and goes
into retirement with tho close of
the day's work.
The flan idea has been found to
mainland, where most
klren are of American blood as
well as of American birth, and it
is argued that it should work
oven better hero, wnere ino cnii-
dren are of moro diverse races
and where tho need for tho nn-
oressive lessons of patriotism is
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS AP
EIGHTY FOUR FEVER
DEATHS ATNEW ORLEANS
Fifty-four Patients at Lumberton, Miss., Attempt
to Escape -Washington and the Chinese
Boycott-Big Packing House Fire.
FAILURES FOLLOW SUGAR SPECULATIONS.
s ueun iuuiiu iu
well on , the French Sugar Market Disorganized and Government Asked j
lost of tho chil- - Tq. Intervene. Court of Inquiry Regarding s
innn 11 Jrr1 O . j
Sugar 9G deg. test, 4.0G25 ; Beets, 10s. lid.
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 4. Fifty-four now cases of yellow fovcr
are roported. The total number of deaths to date is eighty-four..
HONOLULU, August 4. Governor Carter will return in Sept
ember. In tho mean time he will be at Lake Tahoo with Mrs. carter
and wants his mail sent there. Secretary Frank D. Crcedon is return
ing on the Alameda. ,
-rl . 1 Til l Hr,l.J
Ivor tne lsianu 01 moiukui
about the reduction in the number
of . persons paying the Bpecial tax.
Another provision of the new
law which is believed to have done
much to ston tho illicit business
is that which makes a buyer crimi
nally responsible as well as a
Pure, frosty, crystal-
clear boda Water at
our Silver Fountain.
A hundred varieties of tho most
celebrated Patent and Proprie
tary Medicines "and Domestic
M,n 'nr5ro of this lot. an nn Min
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balance. Tho rest of tho $600,000 shall 00 competent tmuenuo m
in 'bonds to 'bo refunded will bo
called in by tho Territorial Trea
surer and tho whole transaction
will be closed up by the first of
The most 4 favorable comment
was heard on the streets anu in
financial circles yesterday up
on tho bona transaction earned
through by "Acting ' Governor At
kinson and Treasurer Campbell
Very generally the 'opinion 'was
voiced that nothing better could
have happened for the credit of
thoHerritory. Thero-Beems to have
been small 'doubt that there wob a
combination in Wall street, in t
quiet 'way, -to get control of the en
tiref Hawaiian bond issue, it is a
good investment - for idle money,
and tliS banks could use the bonds.
And,- of course, if tho bonds were
to be peddled about to tho New
York bond houses, nothing in the
world could have prevented the
success of the combination. In
fact, under the circumstances, Ha
waii has been lucky in tho past to
sell its bonds as well as it did
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Tho uoamoi supervisors 01 mau. , T ,',....
County convened on Monday morn- "e uity 01 iuoxico loauvise iv.asiuugwu uu u.
intr at 11:00 a. m. with all present PARIS. Aug. 3. There are further sugar failures following a peri-
with tho oxpection of Supervisor 0d of cicantic speculations. The market is disorganized and a Byndi-
" , . ' fnr ooll! IMoyers of Molokai. cate of brokers have requested tho government to intervene to prevent
Villi DlJU-WttA VUA V uvijj ,
shall bo "competent evidence" of The work of the morning session the extention of the crisis.
the sale of liquor by tho party pay- was taken up discussing the sani- NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 3. Tho yellow fever cases aro increasing.
ing such tax. It is this provision tary condition ot w.aiiuicu anu uio There were eight deaths today with a total ot Yd cases;
which has done much to bring best-means ol eniorcing tne reguia
D. KELLETT, Jr.
tions, and other matters prelimi
nary to the afternoon session, when
Treasurer Baldwin's report for July
Receipt tor street sprinkling i J23.00
County Tax Fund pro rata 4690.00
HONOLULU, Aug 1. P. Dan-
son Kellett, Jr., clerk to First Cir
cuit Court, is in custody on a
charge of embezzlement of trust
funds held in his official capacity
as an officer of the . court. The
funds involved in the charge be
long to the estato of JJarete, ,. and
their detention by Kellett
nd is causing great
tress to the beneficiaries of
While the amount named in the
For charge is $834.40, ' the- culprit-has
tho bond houses would keep each
other adviced of each new issue,
and would not bid against eabh
other. The fact that the refunding
Half a hundred differ- bonaa uavo beon talcen up y ical
capital breaks tho combination
ent kinds of the "most Ubsoiutoiy,
exquisite 1 ouei ooaps. illicit selling decrbases.
Powders and Creams.
tho new law went
ST PETERSBURG, August 1. It is believed that national elec-
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tions wi 1 bo held on October 14, and that the national assemuingo wm
meet on the 14th of November.
ST. JOSEPH, August l.--The swift packing houses at St. Joseph
The extensive packing house plant of Swift & Co. at South St.
Joseph Missouri, iB tho third largeBt in tho United States. Thero is
onn trreat six storv buildinc and half a dozen smaller ones. Tho plant
Road Tax Special deposit Lahaina 159.00 ether with the yards and cattle pens, covers moro than ten acres
and is worth at least a million and a half dollars, uiose by it aro tno
Hammond packing houses and tho exestensivo plant of Nolson, Morris
& Company, which may bo burned also if tho fire is not checked.
LUMBERTON, Miss., August 1. Fivo patients, in tho fover de
tention camp here, attempted fo escapo yesterday. Tho guards fired
$7406.00 a YQieyt killing two and wounding three.
Supervisor Henning made the PARIS, August 1. ;Two leading sugar houses hero have sus-
statement thafthero was undoubt- 1 1 D.vmentB.
edly an error in the road tax re- NAGASAKI, August l.-The Taft party was officially entertained
turns from Lahaina as he was un- 10
der tho impression the amount here today.
should be something over $1000.00 SAN DIEGO, July 31. The court of inquiry to determine tho
bb reported by the previous road course of tho, fatal accident aboard tho u. to. to. JJonnington, convened
board. 'The matter will be adjust- here today. Seaman Hallett, one of thoso hurt in tho accident died
ed later. today of liiB injuries, bringing tho total number of deaths to 05.
Supervisor Church offered a reBo- TOKIO. Julv 31. Admiral Roiestvensky, whoso skull was fract-
admittcd detailed charges showing lutin that the sum . of1$250.C0 be I uml tiurjng tho naval battle of tho Sea of Japan, is progressing favor-
that he has practically wiped out appropriated lor tno, periou 01 bii ably in tho hospital.
the entire funds of the estate, months ndipg-December 31st 1905 COPENHAGEN, July 31. Kaiser Wilhelm arrived hero today, to
amounting to several thousand aB a operate fund to be known as Christian.
the Treasury w arrant wmtuum
Fund. Anothor resolution by SEOUL, July 31. Tho Japanese have secured free coast and in-
Church was to the effect that the ternal navigation privileges m Korea.
County Treasurer until otherwise uAnnAS tiv hi C.hnUm nmv nrovailfi nmonrr the famine
instructed be authorized and direct- t-iJ.1p.iM, ml is now nmirlv ninotvTna thousand.
tbIUkbWtJi V v w hw J J '
ed to discount Territorial Troasury b
warrants at a charge of not more TORONTO, July Sl.The steamer Argylo has been wrecked on
than one per cent of the face value the roclcs near here, ner passengers wore reacuuu.
of the warrant, Both resolutions 3 WASHINGTON, July 31. Japan and England aro negotiating
MAUI DRUG STORE
V; A. VETLESEN, Prop.
HONOLULU, II. T
Arid,. worse and-worso, the prima
facie case involves a Beparato pro
socution for gross cheat, with a
tenant of the Barete estato as tho
1. Since Moreover, thejre iB very liable to
into effect be a formidable! series of criminal
87 retail liquor licenses have charges. against Kellett on account . ,
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been issued on the island otuanuiot misappropriauons 01 iunuH 01
alone. A peculiar' feature of the j which he had .control belonging to
law's nnnrfttions Is tho takinu out other estates in nrobate,-sui-h aB
of audi licenses bv firms like H. auctioneer's commissions, newB
FLAGS FOR THE SCHOOLS.
ot Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee oNfte SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
The night session which met at
700twaa.1taken up discussing, tup
demands of tho County Ofiicers
and business concerns
Clork Kaae waB instructed to permanent railroad tracks 01 a
writo Supt. llolloway regarding three loot guago ai mo lnioraecuon
the claim of F. Wittrock for salary of Main and Mill Btreets and at a
HONOLULU. Aucust 1. "I am for the months of May and June point between Spreckolsville and
pointr to find out the different sizes Us clerk of the liana Roard Board Paia-waB deferred until Friday,
of flags that are wanted for the and to Territorial Treasuror of the Upon a motion mado in tho form
Onoi 0n,lfl t,v Knnrintendent pUim of H. M. Router for Commia- of a resolution claims numbered
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Davis." said Sunrintondont of sionB on collections of road taxes from 3 to 95 inclusive with the ex
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..n.o.nl nn n rmr.nlio nf rUOllB 'K r J IIUUI u J " 'J I " " '
ana oruer a iui uim ivluw iuciu o.iiuuriicu iu .uu . .
stock. And then I suppose that I Board met with all present. Sup- mauds aro for July pay of police,
will have to nut flac poles at those orvisor Church was appointed by regular and special, miloago and
schools that have not got them the chair to confer with the Audi- salary of Supervisors and County
now. Oh. I don't know how many tor and Treasurer regarding tho officers; Road Board and road board
there- are. nor whore -they are drawing up a now demand and supplies and food, Support and
tfnrm. Discussion regarding Maintaince of Prisoners and tho
Hackfeld & Company which are paper advertising bills, eta
now in a position to sell drinks at
bar if they want to. Thoy do
not do so, but need the retail
license in order to be abb to fill
Thero have been 35 third-class
for a renewal of their alliance on a broader scopo.
KOBE, July 31. After a great ovation here, tho Taft party has
sailed for Nagasaki.
Co. asking permission to crosB with 1
TUIc? Sim a nn VftrVntra licenses. 49 fifth-class and 128
"iniS BHiUU UU U AHUIUa&V
- I fniiwth.nlQoa laaiinrl ilrwfar Tim, fimv
$87,400 for tho Territory. This
year some of this is counterbalanc
ed by advance payments on old
licenses, which aro deducted when
new licenses are paid for.
Tho third-class licenses aro for
wholesalers. There aro 19 of thoso
on Oahu, 7 on Hawaii, 6 on 'Maui,
and 4 on Kauai. - Of tho' fifth
class allowinc sale of liquor in
th, fWW nasaed at tho last the bills presented was had until bills of the various business con
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....t. - .1.- ,..!i-... .,i,i0l.,imi,rnmiint. ITnon motion a neti-1 cerna for supplies, stationary etc.
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M,n-flcr onUion from the Kahului Railroadl and amounts aB follows:-?-
W w w m W
July pay of Supervisors
" mileage of "
Premium on Bonds
July Pay of Police Wailuku
" " " " Makawao
' " " Haua
" " " ' specials 82.25
" ' County Officers 1236.75
" " Janitor sen-ice (4 offices) 8.40
" " Support aud Maintance
of prisoners 13-75
July Labor Pay Roll Wailuku 184.00
' Labaina 196.00 "
" supplies Molokai 3.00
Supplies, and incidentals, food and feed?
road board, and Jail etc., 'wireless messages
hack hire, stamps, office furniture, sup
plies, blank books, stationary 37M7
Office Rent S-
Discount on Treasury Warrauts 46.90
m)tF- -wmv mmm larfc .Mauar tami-aj. -a.
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