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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1905
J. M. VIVAS
attorney at law
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUL
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office,. Kawaipai, Phunenk and
Kahumji; Telephone 82
Hlciucs. 9 A. M-- to 4. P. M;
EDMUND' H". HART
NOTARY PlTIJUO, CoNVEYENCEU AND
Aqent to Grant, Marriage License
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
Not a by, Pubmo.
MRS. A. POOLE
High Street Opp. Wailuku School
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.
Incorporated Undor the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
Chas, M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
F. W. Macfarlano. .2nd Vice-Presicent
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tennoy, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
Correspondence Solicitod. .
The financial statements of this
bank from time to time published
in this paper. If your patron
age and influence have, in any
degree, contributed to the suc
cess of. our business, we thank
you for it. If, as yet you aro
not a patron, lot this bo your
invitation to becomo one. . . .
'8:30 A. M. to 5 P. M.
8:30to 1 P. M. and 7:00 to 8 P. M.
FIRSP NATIONAL BANK OF
MWAILUKU. MAUI, T. H.
MAUI COUNTY WANTS
ITS INCOME TAXES
County Attorney Case WJII Assist Kauai County
fni Test Case.-AppropriationFrom
Loan Bill. Planters Agreed.
DIGEST' OF ANGKWAPANESE TREATY.
Given. Out By Paris Although
Been, Made Public Czar Will Pay Indemn
ity From His Individual Purse.
HONOLULU, Sept. 19. J. P
Cooke was closeted with Governor
Carter and Treasurer Campbell
yesterday aftornoon. Mr. Cooke
wont; to tho Capitol to confer on
tho question of the disposition of
certain taxes collected in the, vari
ous islands, he being of tho opinion
that such taxes, so collected should
bo devoted to the islands yielding
"For instance," said Mr. Cooke
to an Advertiser man beforo going
into the Robin's-Egg Blue room,
"tho income taxes for the Maui
plantations are returned in Hono
lulu. Therofore, Maui does not got
the benefit of these special taxes.
It is practically a case of Maui pay
ing over taxes for the maintenance
of the county of Oahu.
''With county government estab
lished I think it is tho right thing
that tho taxes should be given to
tho counties producing them. Tho
trouble lies in tho fact that tho law
requires the returns to bo made in
the city or place where tho offices
of the corporations are located.
"If tho worst comes to the. worst
the plantations, say on Maui,
might chango the location of their
offices from Honolulu to Maui,
merely maintaining an agency
here. In that way they might get
the benefit of these special taxes."
Mr. Cooke stated his views on tho
loan funds. He has had talks be
fore with the Governor over the
question of building public works
according to tho reading of the
legislative acts providing for the
disposition of loan fund money,
lho Governor had told him that
the spending of the money on such
works as new wharves, etc., would
benefit the Territory, in some in
stances, moro than other works,
and would pay for themselves in a
very few years, naturally, uir.
Cooke looks to see funds spent on
Maui in which he is especially in
HONOLULU. Sept. 15. Undor
the contemplated bond issue of
$750,000, all of tho various island
appropriations made by tho last
legislature, amounting to over a
million dollars, are to bo ignored.
The governor's plan is to carry out
tho general Territorial appropria
tions and ignore the others.
The appropriation bill set aside
over $800,000 for these general
appropriations, but some items
will bo cut out from them, to bring
tho total down to $750,000 and to
allow for adding $6,000 for tho
leper boys' home. The item of
$800,000, for extension of wharf
system, Honolulu, may bo cut out
or reduced, in order to allow for
somo road improvements. In tho
list of appropriations mudo by the
legislature, as given hereafter, tho
items which it is proposed to spend
are those under the genoral head.
Official Document Has Not
Those to bo ignored aro all under
4he headings of tho different coun
It is not clear from tile Gov
omor's letter to the Treasurer
just which items aro cut out, but
presumably all after tho $8G1,
1G6 footing, and somo that is in
cluded in that will have to be cut
out to bring tho total down to
Act 6. An Act making special
appropriations for the use of tho
Government of the Territory of
Hawaii during the two years which
will end with tho 30th day of Juno
A. D. 1907.
Bo it enacted by tho Legislature
of the Territory of Hawaii.
Section 1. The following sums
of money, amounting to. One Mil
lion Three Hundred and Seventy-
seven Thousand dollars, ($1,377;
000) are hereby appropriated out
of any moneys which may bo
received by the Treasurer for or on
account of tho Loan Fund during
the biennial period ending June
30, 1907, inclusive of any balance
which may be brought forward
from the previous biennial period
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Lakttina fire station and equip
ment f 5,000
completion wanutu lire sta
tion and jail 5,000
New road Kcokea to Fulehu
KaUului Road 10,000
Extension Belt road Nahiku
Extension Belt Road Wallua to
Approaches from Government
road to McGregor's landing 3,180
New Road Wailua to Pukoo,
Molokai , " 3,500
Relocating Wawela Road 1,000
Relocating Pali road, Kalae to
Relocating road from Laliaiua
Approaches and Landing Mo-
Vulau, Kaupo, Maui
PLANTERS HAVB NOW AGREBD.
HONOLULU, Sept. 12. The
Planters' Association has decided
upon a course of action in regard
to the immigration question. All
day yesterday tho Association was
in session, tho local members
being supplemented by an atten
dance from tho other islands with
whom tho question is of the ut
"I see no reason why the reso
lutions passed should not he given
to the press at once," said Secre
tary Mead of tho Planters Associa
tion this morning "but somo of tho
members think that they should
go beforo tho Immigration Com
mission firBt, hence I am not at
liberty to mako thorn public."
CZAR NICHOLAS WILL PAY
NEW YORK, Sept. 8. A spe
cial to tho World from London
says: It is known porfectly well
at tho Japaneso Legation hero that
a Becrot treaty has been made be
tween the Czar of Russia and tho
Emperor of Japan, despite diplo
matic denials. Thcso facts con
cerning tho treaty, the way by
which it was reached and its pur
poses can bo stated on tho highest
Tho Kaiser advised tho Czar to
mnko a secret treaty when thoy
met on the yacht m tho Baltic sea.
Tho intermediaries in the negotia
tions were the Japaneso Minister
at London and tho German Em
bassador at St. Petersburg. King
Edward helped jn tho making of
. It provides that the Czar of Ilus
sia tho Czar, not tho empire
shall pay $500,000,000 indemnity
to Japan in five years, less the
amount which Russia will pay
Japan for the care and mainten-
flTIPft of T?tlfiQtnn nri'cnnnra rf rn
$100,000,000 as provided in tho
treaty of Portsmouth.
It is reported also that Ilussia
agrees in the treaty to givo Japan
a free hand in China, though this
point is not so certain as tho other.
Tho compact was made without
tho knowledge of Komura and
Cable dispatches state that when
Do Martens took the steamor from
New York yesterday ho admitted
tho secret treaty is in existence.
De Martens never would have
dared to mako tho acknowledg.
ment without his sovereign's per
mission. It is more than likely
that Do Martens was ordered to
drop, a hint about tho treaty and
thus, as well be seen, relievo the
Emperor of Japan from a most
embarassing position at home.
PAUIS, September 7. Although
copies of tho Anglo-Japanese treaty
have not yet reached the powers,
its principal changes from the
former treaty aro known in diplo
matic quarters. One of the high
est of these says that the principal
now features are tho following:
First Tho provision in tho old
treaty making the alliance appli
cable only to the Chinese littoral is
changed so that tho now provision
makes the alliance applicable to all
Asia up to the line crossing Persia
from northio south indicated by
tho fifty-first degreo of east longi
tude. The significance of this chango
is the inclusion of India and also
Indo-China, where Franco haB sus
pected Japan of having- designs.
Tho effect of the chango tends to
preserve the present status quo of
French authority in Indo-China
and the status quo of India.
Second Tho provision in the
old treaty making the alliance
operative if either ally is attacked
by two powers is changed so that
the alliance becomesleffective when
either is attacked by 0110 power.
Third Tho primary underlying
principle of tho treaty is dofensivo
and tho maintenance of existing
The foregoing changes cannot bo
stated as oflicial or authoritative,
but thoy aro given with positive
ness by thoso in a position to havo
TREATY GIVEN TO WASHING
TON. LONDON, September 7. Tho
substance of the now Anglo-Japanese
treaty has beon communicat
ed by tho Foreign Oflico to tho
State Department at Washington
through tho British representatives
at tho different capitals. No de
tails of tho contents of tho treaty
havo yet beon given out hero.
ISSUES A CALL FOR
The Peace Treaty Received At St. Petersburg;
Troops Are Withdrawn From Yokohama.
DEATH OF COLONEL
Nippon Maru Steamers To Return To Passenger Traffic
Between Orient And California Miss Roosevelt
Royally Entertained At Seoul.
Sugar 9G dog. test, 3.G25. Beets, 8s. (id.
vnirnir a at a g on
A' I UUUIOIU Vlll tjuiJiuuiuui M J,
' ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 22. The treaty of peace has arrived.
LONDON, Sopt. 22. Colonel Francis Rhodes, brother of tho late
Cecil Rhodes, is dead.
HARRISBURG, Sept. 22. Five porsons were killed and eight
seriously injured in a road collision.
YOKOHAMA, Sept. 20. Troops havo been withdrawn from the
city. Local disturbances havo subsided. ;
SEOUL, Sept. 20. Miss Roosevelt and party havo been royally
received here. Tho Imperial car was furnished her for tho trip from
Chemulpo to Seoul.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 19.
tho Powers to attend a second peaco
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 19.
on imports naB nau tno nnmcuiato enect ot greatly stimulating Ameri
can trade. Heavy orders for American machinery have already been
SOUTHAMPTON, Sept. 19. Tho Russian governmcntas made
a purchase of steamers to carry homo prisoners now in Japan.
SCHENECTADY, N. Y., Sept. 18.-Wilton Stanford, has doubled
his former offer of a reward of $1000 for tho discovery of the poisoner
of his Aunt. Ho is employing private detectives.
WASHINGTON, Sedt. 18. James Boyd, a clerk in the Marino
Hospital service, has been arrested rtnd charged with the embezzle
ment of $20,000 of government funds.
NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 18. President Roosevelt has telegraphed
his willingness to visit New Orleans on October 24th, according to pro
gram. The Mayor has answered that thero will bo no risk.
LONDON, Sept. 1G. Sir George MacDonald, the novelistis dead.
George MacDonald, long known as a novelist of the old school,
was born in 1S24 and was educated for tho Independent ministry,
but retired after some years of service. He wrote many books which
attained great popularity, his earlier ones being usually thought his
best. " Alec Forbes of Howlgen" and "Annals of a Quiet Neighbor
hood," both published before 18G7, .are still much road.
TIFLIS, Sept. 19. A mob attacked a mail car and tho troops
fired a volley which killed and wounded many porsons.
NEW YORK, Sopt. 18. Baron Komura is convalescing from liis
attack of fever.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 18. Tho Sovorcign Grand Lodge of Odd
Fellows convoned here today.
EDINBURGH, Sept. 18. King Edward reviewed 40,000 Scotch.,
yoluntoers here today.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 18. The work on tho Turkish forti
fications at tho Bosphorus is causing friction with Russia.
PLYMOUTH, Sopt. 18. Minister Do Witto will land at. Cher-,
bourg this ovoning on his way from tho United States to PariB.
SEOUL, Sept. 18, A Russian squadron has been sighted .off
Lyongchin, its mission being to communicato tho terms of tho recent
armistice mado by Ojnia and Linovitch to tho Russian forces in tho
vicinity of Korea.
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 18. Heavy rains aro, causing much damage
in this section. Tho rivers aro rising.
TOKIO Sopt. 1G. Tho resignation of Homo Ministor, Y'oshika
wa which was presented as tho result of his inability to maintain, quiet
in Japan, has beon acqoptcd. Kiyoura,vMinister of Agriculture, sue- . ;
ceedB him, retaining his original post. , . :
STOCKHOLM, Sept. 17. Peaco. is assured between Sweedon and
Norway. Tho border fortresses will bo dismantled. ' i
SHANGHAI, September 17. Many Mar.churian ports are ordered , ,
to ho opened to tho treaty powers. . ' Jjg
TOKIO, September 17. Threo naval paymasters aro discovered t0 ,
have embezzled $105,000.
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Tho Czar has issued invitations to,'WJJ
conference at Tho Ilaguo.
The removal of retaliatory duties' M