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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1905
What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
J. M. ViVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
GEO.- S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office, Kawaipai, Puunkne and
KahuIjUI. Telephone 82
Hours. 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
EDMUND II. HART
Notary Public, Convevenoer and
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
MRS. A. POOLE
High Street Opp. Wailuku School
MISS SHEFFIELD of Maunaolu
Seminary will give Private
during the coming school yenr.
Get a Rubber Hose
and a Lawn Mower
to begin with
You can buy both
cheapest at the
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Hollister Drug Co.
HONOLULU, H. 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
MAUNA LOAJTIME TABLE
LEAVES HONOLULU 12 M.
For Lahaina, Maalaea Ray and
FRIDAY SEP. 15
TUESDAY SEP. 2C
LEAVES MAALAEA BAY, 8 P. M.
and, LAIIAINA, MIDNIGHT.
For Honolulu, on
MONDAY SEPT. 11
THURSDAY' SEPT. 21
For particulars, Freight & Passago
Iuter Island Stain
Navigatioii Co Lt'd,,
OAHU GETS DECISION
ON FIRST POLO GAME
Timekeepers Split Seconds To Give Game To The
Capital Players Maui Outplays Opponents
On Second Game Two to One.
Only Those Duly Accredited Will Be Offered Positions By
Board Of Education Doings Of The
HONOLULU, Sept. 4. And
Oahu won. It was in closing mi
nutes of the game that Maui pull
ed her team together and carried
the ball down the field with an
irresistible rush. With ten seconds
to play Maui got a long chanco
at a goal, and Fred Baldwin took
that chance. The white ball sped
straight toward the posts.' Then
sounded the gong across the fiold
for the call of time and beforo the
echoes had died away the ball had
flashed between tho post too late.
It was Oahu's day, and tho wear
ers of the Blue and White had won
tho game, 4 to 1. It was polo
from start to finish, and that tells
the story of a hard and beautifully
fought game. Oahu won because
her men were the more accurate in
goal-shooting, but it was the
closest kind of a Victory. Oahu
scored five goals, and lost a quarter-
point on account of a safety.
Maui scored four times on Oahu.
Captain Frank Baldwin of the
Maui team protested the game on
tho ground that the time keepers
had not allowed enough time, that
tho last goal should count. He
based his decision on the fact that
time had' been taken out for,
George Angus, of the Oahu team,
to change horses in tho last period.'
Umpire A. ' W. Carter declared
that the time was correctly kept,
and awarded Oahu the game.
It was an unfortunato ending to
a splendid game. Only , one acci
dent marred the day. At the be
ginning of the third period Capt.
Walter Dillingham of tho Oahus,
leaning far over to make a difficult
stroke, wrenched or tore the inside
muscles of his thigh, and had to
bo taken from tho field. Up till
then he had been the star of the
game, and the Oahu team was out
playing its opponents. George
Angus took his place, and played
hard. By desperate work the
Oahus held their advantage and
won out. Dillingham will probab
ly bo out of the gamo next Wed
nesday and this means a great loss
to the team.
Tho game itself was fast and
pretty. In tho early periods the
Oahu's horses held their own. In
the last two periods the strain be
gan to tell, and tho Maui horses
outfooted their tired opponents.
Maui had fresh mounts through
out using twice as many horses as
Brilliant plays were executed
by the members of both teams.
Until forced to rotiro on account of
injury, Captain Dillingham play
ed fine polo. He was in tho thick
of every rally, directing his men
intelligently and his own clean,
long hitting was directly' responsi
ble for goals. Harold Castlo had
a positive genius for diving into
tho bunch of men and horses pick
ing out the ball, and carrying, it
down the field. His little black
mount, Gyp3y, was the best horse
on tho field, fast, quick as a cat,
and a marvel for gameness and
staying qualities. Judd's back
hand strokes and riding off were
very good, and Cooke played be
yond any form ho has previouly
shown. Angus won applause for
well executed strokes.
Cap. Frank Baldwin and Fred
starred for tho Mauis. Frank is
a hard rider and a very aggressive
player. Fleming and Harry Bald
win both did somo vory good work.
Ofiicials A. W. Carter, umpiro;
Harold Dillingham, A. F. Judd,
linesmen; George Potter, Harold
Gifford, goal judges; E. A. Mott
Smith, Clifford Kimball, time
keepers; John Floming, tourna
HONOLULU, Sept. G The Maui
polo team won by a score of 8 to 4
Maui out played the Oahu teamton
TEACHERS MUST GET CERTI
FICATES. HONOLULU Sept. 2. Tho
Board of Education hold a regular
meeting yesterday afternon. A re
solution presented by the Teacher'
Committee, intended to establish
the rule of having only teachers
with certificates employed, was a
dopted. It is as follows:
"Whereas, the attention of tho De
partment of Public Instruction has
been called to the fact that there
are sune sixty teachers in the em
ploy of this department who have
never held any certificates, and also
that many of the certificates former
ly issued to teachers in the employ
of the department have already ex
pired, therefore be it.
"Resolved: 1. That all teachers in
the employ of this department who
have no certificates, all those wfiose
certificates have already expired
and those whose certificates will
have expired by Septembor 1, 190G,
shall bo required to take the exami
nation to be held July 12, 13 and
That all first class certificates
and all Normal certificates issued
prior to thiB date be extended in
time indefinitely, subject, however,
to recall by the department at any
time after tho expiration of their
Prescribed timo limit if the stand
ing of tho teacher does not warrant
"3. That a copy of these resolu
tions be sent to all teachers affect
ed, in order that ample timo may
bo afforded them to prepare for the
Superitnndent Davis announced
that affairs were in good shape for
the reopening of the schools next
Tuesday, but that the Normal
school may not bo ready until a
few days later.
That tho terms for tho school
year 1905-190G bo as follows:
Fall Term--September 5, 1905,
to December 22, 1905,
Winter Term January G, 1900,
to April G, 190G.
Spring Term April, 16, 190G,
to Juno 15, 1G0G.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS'
Tho Board of Supervisors of tho
County of Maui mot on Tuesday
forenoon in tho Board reoms at
9:45 and tho morning session was
devoted to tho reading of tho Rules
of Procedure as compiled by tho
County Attornoy at tho request of
tho Supervisors; to tho reconimend
atsons handed in by tho County
Executivo and by tho drecinct club
regarding tho appointment of sani
tary matters, and other communi
cations. Tollowing is tho Treas
urer's report for tho month of Au
Halanco, July 31 $4713 00
Walluliu Street Sprinkling. . 27 45
Laltatna Streut Sprinkling 100 15
County Realization 5 00
RoaJs anil llrldgcs, Molokal i 3 00
Discount on County Warrants 46 90
Roads and Ilrtdgos, Laualoa ............ AO 00
Salary Supervisors 250 00
Incidentals Supervisors 69 80
Iiond, County Offlcluls 81 25
Snlary, Sheriff ISO 00
Salary, Deputy Sheriff, Wnlluku luo 00
Salary, Deputy Sheriff, Lahatnn 80 00
Salary, Deputy Sheriff, Makawao. ...... 80 00
Salary, Deputy Sheriff, liana 80 00
Salary, Shcrlli's Clerk. 80 00
Salary, Police Wallnku 392 26
Support and Maintenance ef l'rikoncrs. . 13 78
Incidentals, Sheriffs Omco 121 a)
Salary Special Police, alljdlstrlcts . .. 82 25
Salary Police, Lahalna ,t 261 (V)
Salary Police, Makawao 265 80
Salary Police, liana 17101
Salary Couuty Clerk KM 00
Incidentals, County Clerk 48 30
Salary Treasurer. 125 00
Incidentals Treasurer 46 40
Salary Auditor 125 00
Incidentals Auditor 62 00
Salary County Attornoy 150 00
Salary Deputy County Attorney 55 75
Salary Stenographer County Atty 50 00
Expenses Witnesses 6 00
Furniture and, Oftlco Supplies 221
Ilalancu In First National Hank. .11471 55
ROAD HOARD, SPECIAL DEPOSIT
From Territorial Treasurer, July.11, I905.J3393 00
From District of Lahalna 20 00
From District of Wailuku 214 00
From District of Hana 8 00
From District of Makawao 64 00
From District of Molokal 74 00
District of Lahalna $ 151 DO
Dlstrlst of Wailuku 297 13
t 443 13
Halanco In First National Hank.
The report was ordered placed on
hie, anu adjournment taken.
AFTERNOON SESSION Sept. 5
Supervisor Church introduced a
resolution to tho effect than an ap
propriation of $100.00 be taken from
the general fund for office furniture
and supplies. A general discussion
on matters of demands, etc., took
up the balance of tho afternoon.
MORNING SESSION Sept. 6.
Supervisor Church introduced a
resolution passing the August
claims and authorizing the auditor
and treasurer to pay same.
Supervisor Church introduced a
resolution authorizing tho County
Clerk to notify all Tax Collectors
in all districts that claims for com
missions on road taxes collected
must be sent to the County Attor
ney for approval. Carried.
Supervisor Halualani made a re
solution, and moved that it.be
adopted, appointing George Weight,
sanitary and Hack Inspector and
Humane Officer at a monthly
salary of $50.00 per monthly. Car
ried by vote of 3-1.
Supervisor Meyers introduced a
like resolution for C. B. Cockett for
the Lahaina district at the salary
of $40.00 per month. Carried.
Supervisor Church introduced
tho resolution that George Weight
and C. B. Cockott bo appointed
special police without pay. Carried.
Supervisor Halualani asked that
an appropriation of $75.00 for tho
four months ending December 31
bo made for lights for the Lahaina
district. Supervisor Meyers a
like resolution of 125.00 for tho
Wailuku district. Both resolutions
AFTERNOON SESSION Sept. 6.
Supervisor Church introduced a
resolution instructing tho County
Attornoy to take such action as
will obtain from tho territory for
tho county fifty per cent of tho in
come tax collected in tho county.
Supervisor Meyer introduced a
resolution to the effect that tho
clerk notify tho Board of Health of
tho appointment of Georgo Weight
and C. B. Cockott as sanitary in
spectors and request the Board of
Health to issue them commissions
as thoir agents, and to 'send Dr.
Pratt to assist Inspector Weight
for a fow days. Carried.
Supervisor Church asked that a
resolution bo passed accepting tho
bonds of Edward Rogers, J. Kini,
H. Reuter, D. Morton, and W, F.
Crockett. Carried unamimously.
Further resolutions and motions
were introduced, ono by Supervisor
Halualani authorizing a telephone
for the road overseer for tho Maka
wao district; ono by Supervisor
Cornwell that claim 25, premium
on W. F. Crockett bond bo recon
sidered; by Supervisor Meyers that
claim 25 bo allowed and tho auditor
and treasurer instructed to pay
same; by Supervisor Meyers that
tho rules of proccduro as read by
tho clerk be adopted; by Supervis
or Halualani that tho road over
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BURNED BY RIOTERS
Martial Law Declared at Tokyo-Mob Destroys
Churches and Mission Schools-Peace
Treaty Signed Sept. 5th.
NATIONAL SHOOT AT SEA GIRT'
New York Leads With Ohio Second Negro Burned at
Burned at the Stake Troops Attack Jewish
Sugar 9G deg. test., 4.00 Beets, 8s. Jd.
TOKYO, Sept. 8. This city is now quiet. Rioting is reported
from Ghiba where tho govornment buildings have been burned.
FORT WORTH, Sept. 8. A negro accused of an assault upon a
white woman was burned at the stake last night.
AMOY, Sept. 8. Secretary Taft sailed for Shanghai yesterday.
TllO R R Vnmn will nnl olnn n I TTnv.nl.il..
SEA GIRT, Sept. 8. New York at tho conclusion of tho second;
days work leads Ohio, next highest competitor in tho national team
match by a good margin.
TOKYO, Sept. 7. Martial Law has been declared on account of
the continued disorders of the people dissatisfied with tho peace made
with Russia. A mob burned and destroyed ten christian churches and
one mission school. The people were uninjured.,
TOKYO, Sept. 7. Rioting took pi ace .Thursday evening over the
result of the peace negotiations. Two were killed and fivo hundred
wounded. Soveral police stations were destroyed.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7. Battling Nelson's manager has de
clared that hid protege will not fight
PORTSMOUTH, N. II., Sept.
here today, by the representatives
does not differ from tho previous
points agreed upon by the emissaries. Thore was little ceremony at
tending tho signing of the treaty. Thero is gencrul rejoicing over the
successful results of tho deliberations.
LIDZYAPUTZE, September 5.
their preparations for battle. Tho
with the terms of the peace agreement.
DULUTH, Minn., September
twenty lives have been lost. Three
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Septomber 5. Ex-Slato Senator Harry
Bunker has mado a full confession implicating his follow defendents
in tho bribery scandal. He has also implicated men whose names are
At tho last session of the California legislature four senators were
expelled for receiving bribes from loan and savings companies under
investigation. Emmons and French have already been tried. Bun
kers, who has just confessed, was formerly an engineer in tho Pacific
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 5. Jainea J. Jeffories has demanded
$2000 to referee tho Britt-Nolson fight and thoro iH a probability of a
hitch in the match. &
Britt and Battling Nelson aro schedul ed to fight on tho afternoon
of Admission Day at Colma. Tho contest is to bo to a finish and will
settle for all timo tho question of tho lightweight championship. Jeff
ries was chosen as a referee after many others had been discussed, and
and to all intents and purposes had fully and unconditionally ac
cepted. KISIIINEFF, Sept. 5. Troops today attacked a Jowish funeral
procession. Many were shot and wounded and 50 were arrested with
out 'explanation and great alarm is felt.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 5. American Consul Rodgors at Shanghai
cabled that the Chinese boycott movement is subsiding.
JACKSON, Miss., Sept. 5. Tho yellow fover is spreading along
tho Gulf coast.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 4.' Goncral Linovitch reports further
encounters between tho Russian and Japanese forces.
OYSTERBAY, Sept. 4. Robert Bacon of Now York has beon
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yellow fevor hero today, and four deaths. '
BAYFIELD, Wis., Sept. 4. Eleven of tho "crow of tho steamer
Sevona wore drowned in the wreck of tho vessorbn Sand Island, Lako
SAIGON, Sept. 4 A typhoon caused great loss along the-Ton-quin
Britt unless Jeffries is withdrawn
5. Tho treaty of peace was signed
of Japan and Russia. Tho draft
announcement of tho various points
Tho Japanese arc continuing
Japanese troops aro dissatisfied
5. In a storm on Lako Superior
vessols were sunk and their crews
n '..i.. r .