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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1905
To the County Officials
and Office Men
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Vanilla Farm Incorporated.
HONOLULU, July 28. E. H.
Edwards, the well known vanilla
bean grower of Napoopoo, Kna,
Hawaii, returned today from San
Francisco on the Korea, after suc
cessfully launching the "Vanilla Park,
Estate Plantation Company" which
has been incorporated under the
laws of Arizona.
"I had to stay in San Francisco
for over two months before I could
complete my business," said Edwards
this morning "but everything turned
out most satisfactorily. I took
samples of the beans to all of the
people interested in vanilla In San
Francisco and had much pleasure iu
having a thorough confirmation of
my own opinion as to the excellence
of the Hawaiian product. The beans
were universally acknowledged to be
of superior quality..
"The outlook is particularly en
couraging rrom the fact that the
San Francisco market will take all
that wn can produce for tho next
three years and when it is remtm
hered that the whole San Francisco
market only amounts to about one-
twentieth of the New York market
some idea may ho had as to the
extent of tho trade. We have !W
acres of land in tho estate and it can
all lie utilized for the production of
The prospectus of the new com
pany gives E. II. Edwards as presi
dent C. M. Fickert, Assistant U. S
District Attorney as vice-president.
W. II.' Kent, nttorney, secretary
and treasurer, ' J. Connor and A.
McD. Riddell directors. Edwards
himself who has been growint van
illa here now for two years ond a
half, had experience fifteen years as
a plauter in Seychelles, Bourbon
Sweden ArouHes Ire Of Norway.
CHRISTIANIA, July 20.- The
Norwegian animosity against Sweden
and the Swedes, wh'ch was conspi
cuouslv absent when the union was
broken, is now deep-seated and wide
spread. Hatred has crept in where
in the beginniug was only kindliness
and an earnest desire for pacific set
Even those who most ardently wish
for a peaceful outcome admit that
the situation has been dangerously
aggravated as the result of a "cam
paign of misrepresentation," which
it is alleged the Swedes have syste
matically carried on. It is declared
that the most respectable of the
Swedish newspapers have not hesi
tated to indulge in "detestable lies"
regarding the Norwegian mobiliza
tion and the Norwegian plans for at
tacking Sweden, and have even gone
so far as to fabricate Norwegian
telegrams in their own offices, day
after day. Even the Norwegian con
servative parly, hitherto the most
pro-Swedish aud pro-union element iu
the nation, admits that "Sweden has
at last come out in its true colors."
The immediate effect of all this will
be that Sweden's conditions will not
be received by the Storthing and peo
pie in as concilitatory a spirit as
would otherwise have been the case,
while Norway may set up conditions
of its own.
Is Of Vast Importance.
BICYCLES AND SPORTING GOODS
Begin Work On River Tunnel.
NEW YORK, July 13. A con
trading company has begun work
pn the Long Island City end of the
big Iit'lmont tunnel to go under Man
hattan, and the East river from
Forty-second street, Manhattan,
to Fourth street, Long Island City.
wiiiiam Barclay i 'arsons is con
sulting engineer for the company
President Turnbull said to-day
that tho work would probably ccst
H,000,U(I0. Construction will pro.
bably take three or four years. There
are to be two parallel tubes under
the river, one for tho east-bound
track for trains from the Grand
Central station to Long Island City
and tho other for the west bound
track. Tunnel trains will be operat
ed by electricity. Shafts are to be
sunk, one through Little Rock islet,
in the middle of the East river, south
of Ulaek well's island, another at the
foot p( Forty aecond street, Manhat
tan and a third at Long Island City,
so that, with three perpendicular
shafts, work can be pushed rapidly
by six separate gangs of workmen.
"What has caused the delay in the con
cert?" asked the manager.
'.Merely a slight misunderstanding,"
answered the conductor of the orchestra.
"It was necessary to explain to some of
the performers why Beethoven had never
lined the musicians' union." Washing
SAN FIIANCTSCO, July 18. The
announcement that the American
Hawaiian Steamship Co. had entered
into a traffic contract with theTehu
antepec Railroad of Mexico is almost
startling in its commercial possibili
ties for California. . It means compe
tition in freight rates with the great
transcontinental ra'l roads-something
that California has been praying for
Miese many years.
The transcontinental roads have
had such control of the Pacific Mail
that the steamship company afforded
California shippers no relief Tho Pa
cific Mail's freight rotes were Fixed
by the railroads, and the shippers
were taxed all the trafic would bear.
A glance at the map will show the
advantage the company will have
over the Pacific Mail. The route
from San Francisco to New York
will be 1500 miles shorter by way of
Tehuantepec than by way of Panama.
Freight shipped by Pacific Mail
now takes about thirty days between
San Francisco and New York. The
American-Hawaiian Company will
make the trip in twenty-five days.
When it is considered that the special
fast freights of the transcontinental
roads consume from sixteen to twen
ty days in this journey it will be seen
how important a competitive factor
the big steamship coir. panv is to be
come, end the contract between the
company and the Tehuantepec Rail
road is to run until the opening of the
Panama Canal, or longer.
From E. II. Dimond of tlie firm of
Williams, Dimond A Co., the Pacific
Coast agents of tho American-Fla
waiian Company, it was learned last
night that it is intended to put the
four single-screw steamers of the
company of the type of- the Californ
ia bud Hawaiian on the Atlantic
side of the run, while the throe biir
twiu-ssrew vessels of the type of the
Alaskan will be run on the Pacific.
These three steamers will handle
freight from and to San Diego, San
Pedro, San Francisco, Puget Sound
and Honolulu. Smaller steamers are
to engage iu the coastwise traffic. A
special effort is to be made to Handle
the perishable freights of California.
George Gould tried to get the con
tract with the Tehuantepec Railroad
and the owners of the Ward line of
steamers also .made an effort to se
cure it. But the American-Hawaiian
Company got in ahead and made
the arrangements that promise to be
of such vast importance to Pacific
People of Norway Would Wel
CHRISTIANIA (Norway), July 12.
The proposal to make Prince
Charles of Denmark King of Norway
is supported by those having the
power of deciding and also would be
enthusiastically received by the
majority of the Norwegian people.
Riot Leaders Die at Odessa.
ODESSA, July 13. Twenty-four
leaders of the recent disturbances
here were hanged to-day in various
prisons. Another hatch of twenty
seven will be publicly executed upon
the arrival here of General Ignatieff,
president of the special conference
for the revision of the exceptional
laws designed for safeguarding public
order. The battle-ship Georgi Pobie
donosetz has arrived hero with a
fresh crew for tho purpose of taking
the mutineers to Sevastopol for trial
Of 202 persons arrested and charg
ed with robbery or incendiarism in
connection with the recent riots,
seventy-four were acquitted to-day,
owing to lack of evidence, and twenty
eight were sentenced to six weeks'
imprisonment, the time to include the
two weeks which they have already
passed in prison. The extraordinary
outcome of these trials has aroused
much comment here. It is openly as
serted that it is a political demon
stration against the military govern
ment and furnishes evidence of the
conflict going on between the munici
pality and the government, as the
judges are elected by the people.
, ; ,
Japanese To Wear Khaki.
LONDON, July 14. ThoTokio cor
respondent of the Times 6ays The Japanese-
imperial household has taken
up half of the Co re an foreign loan.
Hereafter the Japanese army of all
service will be clothed in Kuaki. The
officers will bo distinguished frm
the men only by their shoulder straps.
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AUGUST 12, 1905.
LIST OF EVENTS
1st Race. Three-eighths mile. Free for all Purse, $50.00
2nd Race. One mile free for all. Trotting & Pacing. . Purse, 50.00
Cyclone and Denny Ilealoy barred. Best 2 in 3.
3rd Race. Three-eighths Mile Dash (Japanese to ride). . .Purse $25.00
4th Race. Half mile dash. Ponies 11 hands or under, 100 lbs... $25.00
5th Qace. Half mile dash. Free for all Purse, f 50.00
Cth Race. One mile. Rest 2 in 3. Trotting and Pacing. Purse $50 00
7th Race. Half mile dash. Japanese. Post entries Purse 25.00
8th Race. Three quarter mile dash. Free for all Purse $50.00
9th Race. One mile. To he owned and ridden hy Japanese . .100 lbs.
, Yokohama barred.
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 b
driven hy licensed drivers or owners Sweepstake9
All lVuls for privileges must be accompanied with a
certified check or its equivalent. Entries and bids close at
12. M. on Wednesday August 9th, 1D05 at 7;30 p. m. at
All races to bo run, trotted or paced under tho rules of
the Pacific Coast Blood Horse Association and the National
Trotting Association. Japanese races excepted.
All riders and drivers to appear in 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 1:OQ P. M. SHARP