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Moolelo 0 na Ilalawai a ka
Papa Luna Kiai o ke Ka
lana o Maui.
Wailuku, Maui July 1st., 1905.
Maliope koke iho o ka aponoia ana
o na bona o na lala o ka Papa Luna
kiai e ka mea Hanohauo Hon. A. N.
Kepoikai, Lunakanawai kaapuni o
ka Aapana Hookolokolo elua o ka
Terltori o Hawaii, ua waiho mai.o T.
M. Church i ka inoa o Ym. Henning
I Lunahoomalu no ka Papakiai, anu
muli o ka waiho ole ia ana mai 0
kekahi inoa e ae ua hooholo lokaliiia
o Wm. Henning i Luna hoomalu no
Ua waiho mai o "Theo. T, Meyer i
'ko inoa o Thos, M. Church i Hope
Luna hoomalu, a no ka loaa ole o ke
kue no ia inoa, ua hooholo lokahi ia o
Thos. M. Church i Hope Lunahooma
lu no ka Papa.
Ma ke not a Wm. H. Cornwelt'i
kokuaia e Thos. M. Church ua lawe
ka Papa a noonoo i ka bona o kela
ame keia Luna kalana pakahi.
Mahope ola noonoo ana ua apono
mai ka Papa i na bona o na Luna ka'
Ma keia halawai no a ka Papa, i
waiho mai ai o Thos. M. Church he
Olelo Hooholo. Ma ia olelo hooholo,
e hooholo ana ka Papa, e komisina ia
na Makai apau e paa ana i na komi
sina malalo o ke Teritori o Hawaii
ilokoo ke kalana. o Maui. E ukuia
hoi lakou I na uku elike me ia e ukuia
nei ialakou e ke Teritori o Hawaii, a
Na Thos.' M. Church i noi mai a
kokuaia e Jno. Halualani, e hookohu ia
0 E. H. Rogers i kakauolelo na ka
Makainul o ke kalana, me ka uku ia
ona 1 $80.00 oka mahina.
Waiho hou mai o Thos. M. Church
I olelo hooholo, e hooholo ana, e boo
kohuia o Jno.' Kini 0 Wailuku ame W.
L. Decoto o Lahatna, e nana ae ma
lama i na waiwai o ka Papa Alanui e
hoihoi ia mai ana i ke kalana, a e
hoomau aku hoi i ka pipi ana i na
Alanui i ka wai. Hooluloia.
Nei nui o Theo. T. Mever a kokuia
boi e Jno Halualani, e hoolimalima ke
kalana ia luna o ka hale Banako o
Wailuku no $30.00 o ka mahina ame
ka keena loio o A. N. Kepoikai, no
$20.00 o ka mahiua ame ka uku pu
pu hoi I ka bapa o ka hoolimalima o
ke keena o ka Loio Kalana, $5.00 o
ka mahina. Hooholoia.
Noi mai o Thos. M. Church a kokua
ia e Theo. T. Meyer, i na halawra
mau apau a ka Papa e eheia ka
halawai I ka bora 10:00 a, m. Hoo
holoia, Mamuli o ke noi a Jno. Halualani i
kokuaia e Theo. T. Meyer ua hoopa
neeia ka hale wai a ka Poakolu Jula
la 5, 1905.
Wailuku, Iulai 5, 1905
Mahope" ihoo ka beluhcluia ana o
ka moclelo o ka halawai l hala ua noi
ae o Wm. II. Cornwell a kokua ia hoi
eTheo. T. Meyer e ae ia ke kakau
olelo e wehe i na leta apau i hoonuu
ia mai I ka Papa. Hooholoia.
Noi ae o Thos. M. Church a kokua
la e Theo. T. Meyer e aeia ke kakau
olelo e hoolimalima l pulumi halo no
$10.00 o ka mahina. Hooholoia. .
Noi mai o Jno. Halualani a kokua
ia e Theo. T. Meyer e hoihoi ia ka
hoomalamalama ana o na Alanui ma
lalo o ka lawelawe ana a ka Luua
Noi mai o Wm. II. Cornwell a ko
kuaia e Theo. T. Meyer e boopanee
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St. Paul 1237 Lincoln Avenue.
ka aha a ka hora 9:30 o ka Poaha.
Wailuku, Iulai (i, 1905.
llcluheluia ka moolelo 0 ka la i hala
Noho ka Papa e noonoo i ka mea e
pili ana i na loaa o ke kalana t me na
hoolilo, a pela pu boi me ka mana
hookohu o ka Papa ame na mana e
ae i loaa i ka Papa ma ke kanawai.
Mahope iho ona kukai olelo ana e
pili ana no ia mea, ua noi mai o Wm.
II. Cornwell e boopanee ka halawai a
ka Poalima la 7 o Iulai 1905, kokuaia
e Theo. T. Meyer a hoot.oloia.
Wailuku, Iulai 7th, 1905.
Mahope koUe iho o ka aponoia ana
oka Moolelo o ka halawai i hala ua
waiho mai o Theo. T. Meyer he olelo
hooholo, e hooholo ana e hookohuia he
mau Luna Alanui no na apana o Wai
luku, Lahama, Makawao, liana ame
Molokai na lakou hoi e hooponopono na
Alanui apau ma ko lakou mau apana
pakahi, a e malama hoi i na waiwai
apau e pili ana ika lakou oihu.ua. Ona
luna Alauui apau koe nae ka luna Ala
nui o Molokai, mamua ae o ko lakou la
welawe ana i ka lakou hana. e waiho
mai lakou i mau bona no $1000.00 pa
kahi i ke kalana, no ka lawelawe po
no ana i kalakou mau oihana, a hno
Waiho mai o Jno Halualani he olelo-
hooho'.o e hooholoia e hookohu ia Jno.
Kim l Luna Alanui no ka Apana o
Wailuku no $60.00 o ka mahina,
David Morton no ka Apana o Maka
wao no $75.00 o ka mahina, Chas. A.
Buchanan no Lahaina, no $60.00 o ka
mahina, Henry Reuter no liana no
$20.00 o ka mahina ame Theo T.
Meyer no Molokai. Hooholoia.
Noi mai o W II. Cornwell, a kokua
ia hoi e Theo. T. Meyer,, e ae ia na
Luna Alanui o Wailuku e hoolilo i
$300.00 o ka ma'nina; Lahaina e hoo
lilo i $150.00 o Ra mahina; Makawao
e hoolilo i $300.00 o ka mahina: Hana
e hoolilo i $100.0,0 o ka mahina; Molo
kai e hoolilo i $25.00 o ka mahiua aua
I ka noho aua o ka Papa mahope o
ka A ina awakea, ua lawe ka Papa a
noonoo i na hooholilo o ka Oihana
Ua noi mai o Thos. M. Church e hoo
kohuia i hope Loio kalana no $80.00
o ka mahina a kokuaia hoi e Theo. T.
Meyer, Hooholoia. Ae, Thos. M
Church, Theo. T. Meyer and Jno. Ha
lualani, boole, Win. H. Cornwell,
Waiho mai o Thos. M. Church he
olelo boo iiolo, e hooholoia n hoopono
pono a e hookohu ka Papa i oihana
Makai no na apana apau o ke Kalana
Apana o Wailuku honkahi kapena
Makai, eiwa Makai, elua kiai Paahao
Apana o Makawao bnokabi kapena
Makai, eono Makai. ApanaoLahai
na bookahi kapena Makai, ehiku Ma
kai. Apana o Hana bookahi kapena
Makai, ehiku Makai,
Ma ke noi a Theo, T. Meyer l ko
kuaia c Jno. Halualani ua hooholoia ka
olelo hooholo. Iloopanee ka halawai
a ka hora 9:30 a. m.
Wailuku, Iulai 8, 1905.
Mahope iho o ka heluhelu ia ana a
aponoia ka mooielo o ka halawai l
hala, ua noi mai o Jno. Halualani a
kokuaia hoi e Win. Jl. Cornwell, e
apono ka Papa i ke sila a ke'kakau
olelo i hooutia ai no ke kulauaoMaui,
Iloopanee ia ka halawai a ka hora
1 :30 p. m.
Noho hou ka Papa i ka bora 1:30
p. in. a noonoo i na rula oka Papa
Noi mai o Thos. M. Church e boo
kohuia o Sol. Kawaihoa ikiai Paahao
a c ukuia l $10.00 o ka mahina. Ko-
kuaia-e Jno. Halualani a hooholoia.
Waiho mai o Thos. M. Chtinh he
olelo hooholo. E hooholoia e ae aku
i ka Puuku o ke kalana c hooahu aku
na (lala o ke kalana ma kallalu Ba
nako o Wailuku.
Iloopanee ka halawai a ka hora
10:00 a. m. Poakahi.
Creates Cheaper Power
NEW YORK, July 528. Thomas
Edison lias made the unqualified de
claration that he has solved the pro
blem of providing cheap and serv'ce-
ible electric traction for vehicles.
By October my light battery will
bo ready for the market, and we will
be ready to equip automobiles of all
descriptions" he said, "To reach the
goal for which I aimed and keep down
the cause to a trifling portion of what
present batteries cost to keep alive.
I determined upon a simple combina
tion of iron rust, potash and nickel
rust. For a time it failed me, but
now I have accomplished the result
with these ingredients, and a new
light battery is an accomplished fact.
"It will weigh one-half of the pres
ent batteries in general use, and
will be about, the same size, although
it stands somewhat higher m its pro
portion than the other. As to its
power there can be no question. A
new factory where the cell batteries
arak to be manufactured is being
erected in Orange, and automobiles
will be built and equiped there."
Be Rendered Neutral.
WASHINGTON, July 27. As a
clearer idea is gained of Japan s
peace terms, the character of which
was outlined last night, the skepti
cism with which Washington received
the European reports that Japan
would demand the neutralization of
Valadivoetok is lessened. . In fact, it
is learned that not only is this likely
to constitute one of Japan's demands,
but it will je accompanied by a
startling counter-proposal. Iu effect,
according to seemingly well-informed
sources, Japan will propose in re
turn for tho neutralization of this
last Russian fortress on the Pacific
not to fortify Port Arthur.
Should this information prove cor
rect, it will change entirely the
view which lias prevailed in otlicial
circles that the question of Vladivos
tok's neutralization could not reason
ibly be made a part of Japan's peace
price, it is pointed out tnat wuue
the war na demonstrated that Port
Arthur was a .military blunder,
nevertheless, this great fortification
constitutes a tremendous politicalin
lluence in the lar Eastern quostion,
and its abandonment as a stronghold
is a concession of such magnitude
that it is not felt that Russia can
afford to refuse to receive it. On the
other hand, the sacrifice would not
bo as great as appears at first
glance because, the fortification of
the straits of Corea would offset the
loss of Port Arthur as a strategic
It is bdieved here that the ques
tion of Vladivostok will prove to be
one of t lie most difficult which the
conference will face, as Uussia has
uot concealed her disinclination to
permit it to enter into the negotia
CHICAGO, 227-234 POSTAL TELEGRAPH BUILDING
St. Louis Security Building.
Kansas City New York Life Bldg.
Denver Boston Block.
Salt Lake City Dooly Block.
Have Chaptered Cape Horn Fleet.
HONOLULU, Aug. 5--Arrangements
have been completed by the
Sugar Factors Company for charter
ing the sailing fleet to carry sugar to
the Atlantic seaboard next season.
More large vessels have been secur
ed than in a number of seasons past.
Tho fleet contsists of the following
craft, tho cargoes of each being in
cluded: Barks Fooling "Suey, 1785
tons; Nuuanu, 1700 tons; Willscoot,
3725 tons; schooner Kineo, 3500 tons;
ships Hawaiian Isles, 3750 tons; Til
lie E. Starbuck, 3175 tons; Fort
George, 3025 tons; Edward Sewall,
5500 tons; Kenilworth, 3900 tons;
Arthur Sewall, 5500 tons; Bangalore,
3000 tonsj Atlas, 5500 tons; Acme,
5500 tons; Manga Reva, 4000 tons;
John Ena, 4700 tons; Erskiuo M.
Phelps, 5100 tons; Dirigo, 5100 tons;
Wm. P. Frye, 5600 .tons.
Ship Trust Near Collapse.
NEW YORK, luly 22. The big
ship trust organized and financed by
Pierpont Morgan is on the point
of collapse. The word in all steet
is that it can only be saved by a new
underwriting syndicate, and that
the only men who will likely form
such a syndicate are those who were
active in the formation of the trust.
The New York Life Insurance
Company holds $32,000,000 worth of
41 per cent gold bonds of the trust,
while the Equitable Life Assurance
Society holds but $500,000 worth..
The International Mercantile Ma
rine Company has had all it could
do to pay the interest on the bonds,
and within a ftw days common stock
fell three points and preferred five
points. The bonds themselves were
offered at 76, with no .buyers. So,
there being no market for them at
that price, it is impossible to tell
lust what they are wortn. it,very
body knows the trust has a terrific
struggle to pay interest on the bonds,
and the failure to find a market for
them is a fair proof that there is
some doubt existiusr as to how long
tho interest will be paid.
Plot Aalnst Sultan's Life.
BUCHAREST (Boumania), July
58 A nl'ot aiaiust the life of the
Sultau of Turkey has been discover
ed by the authorities at Kus
tenjl. A search of houses occupied
by Turks disclosed a large quan
tities of revolvers, rifles, cartaridges
and comoroniisini' documents. The
Roumaniau officials subsequently
discovered cases of rifles hidden in
the hold of a Turkish steamer now at
CONSTANTINOPLE, July 2S.
In reulv to a Mussulman address of
loyalty and gratification at his es
care from assassination bv a bomb
thrown by an unknown person at the
Temple of Zemlik ceremonies on Fri
day last, the Sultau says that the
protection of divine Providence on
that occasion was God's reward to
him for constant endeavors to pro
mote the peace and happiness of his
people. , .
The only incident which deeply af
tected him was the fact that so many
of his dear, devoted soldiers and well
beloved people were killed or injured
San l'rancisco 1 15 Davis Street,
lis Angeles 3.7 X. Los Angeles St.
Honolulu 42 yueeu Street.
Germany Seeks A New Treaty
WASHINGTON, July 27.- Ger
many's commercial relations with the
United Stales will be among the most
Important subjects to come before
the Senate at the next session of
Congress. Having negotiated new
commercial arrangements with Bel
gium, Italy, Russia, , Rouinauia and
Servia, Germany is anxious to make
a similar convention with the United
States. The new treaties already
concluded become effective March 1st
and preliminary notice lias buen re
ceived that the German treaty with
this country will be alio wed to lapse
about November 10th.
A complete understanding exists,
however, between Washington and
Berlin regarding the reasons for end
iiiir this treaty. Tho matter has been
discussed at length -by the President
and Baron von Sternberg, the Ger
man embassador, the latter having
comnVnicated Germany's earnest
ish U conclude a new treaty will
this country which will be equally
helpful to tho trade of each country.
Upon his return to Washington in the
autumn, Baron Speck von Sternberg
will have full instructions for the
programme to be followed and upon
the execution of these will depend in
v measure tho policy to be followed
by this government.
Because of the effect upon Ameri
can exports which without a treaty
will bo obliged to pay the maximum
rates of the German tariff', the
o'flicials here believe the Senate will
consent to the ratification of a treaty
which, in return for certain reduc
tions on German imports, will give
advantageous schedules to American
goods entering Germany.
At a ul Churches.
It is befoming very evident that
the Hawaiian Churches on Maui are
feeling deeply and very helpfully the
fa'ithful service of Rev. O. P. 'Emer
son on that and the two adjacent is
lands. A general toning up of disci
pline, the gradual extinction of war
ring elements, a strong trend to
wards closer union, enthusiastic ral
lies and the iike testify tolhc import
ance of the work lie is doing. In fact
his year of se.'vice is a splendid de
monstration of the wisdom of station
ing men of devotion and spiritual
earnestness in every strategic point
iu order to encourage, inspire and
help the native pastors. Patience
and perf istence will do everything In
Hawaii if the inspiring motive be the
triumph of the Kingdom of God and
the directing force be t'.e Holy
Spirit. The Board is to bo congru
tulated on having so experienced,
cautious, kindly and wise a mission
ary as Mr. Emerson in this work for
which he is so eminently fitted. The
"Why did you say iu public that
your w ife was a regular t at? Don'
you think that was a cruel remark?
"Why, no," said Jones, surprise!
J. meaut it as a humorous com
parison. Sho is so fond of ex pen
sive iujjs and cushions. ''-Cincinnati
"Dear John," wrote Mrs. Newly
wed from the shore, I inclose tie
"Dea." Jane, "I incio.-e check,"
wrote John, "but please don't buy
any more hotels tit this price they
are robbing you." Smart Set.
Some of John Drydcn's Immor
Beware the fury of a patient man.
Who think too little and who
talk too much.
For truth has such a face and such
a mien "
As to be lov'd needs only to be
God never made his work for man
to amoud. . ;" ' .
None but the brave'- deserves the .
And virture, though iu rags, will
keep mo warm. -
111 habit3 gather by unseen degrees
As j brooks make rivers,'' rivers
runs to seas.
Dreams are but interludes, which
Fancy makes; f
When monarch Reason sleeps, this
mimic wakes. ' :: i ,
Errors, like straws, upon tho sur
He who would
search for pearls
must dive below.
-Men are but
children of a larger
Delays are dangerous.
And whistled as he weut for want
of thought. .
Art may err, but Nature cannot
All human things are subject to .
decay, And when Fate summons
monarchs must obey.
Ill fotune seldom comes alone..
For friendship, of itself a holy tie,
Is made- more sacred by adversity. -"'
But genius must, be born, and
never can be taught.
Look around the habitable world,
how few '
Know their own good, or, knowing
Then Vis our
best, since thus or-
lained to die,
To-make a virtue
of necessity. .
Issues A Call - To The Mormons.
SALT LAKE (Utah), July 23.
Frederick W. Smith, grandson of the
prophet, Joseph Smith, and tlo son
f Josepii Smith, the present head of
the reorganized church' of Latter
Day Saints, has started a propagan
da to convert the Mormons of Utah
t(r the former principles of the church
is enunciated by the prophet. .
As the initial step in his campaign,
Smith lias issued an open lettjer to
the Mormons of Utah, appealing to
abandon polygamy, commercialism
and political interference. Authori
ties are quoted to prove that .Brig
baniYoimg led tha people away from
the teachings of tho prophet.
HONGKONG, Jujy 28. A boycott
of American goods in China as a re
tail t of the Chinese protest against
tho exclusion act is developing rapid
ly. Work at the Standard Oil Coin
pany's new building iu Canton has
been stopped, .a boycott committee
having ordered the workmen off tho
"You aro lujt saying as much,
about the trusi as you used to."
' "No," answered Fanner Corntos--r-l.
"There's altogether too much
temptation for a. man to keepchasiu'
octopuses when he '"tough t to bu
pickin" potato bus." Washington