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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2i, 1905
J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
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Hours. 9 A. M. to 4. Pi M.
EDMUND H. IIAIIT
Notary Pdblio, Conveyenoer and
Acient to Grant Marriage License
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
MRS. A. POOLE
High Street Opp. Wailuku School
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to begin with
You can buy both
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Early History of Hawaii Brought to Light.
Territorial Treasurer After Physicians,
Must Take Out Licenses.
Makes Valuable Find All
Day With Appropriate Ceremonies. Advocates
Killing To End Pain.
MAKES VALUABLE FIND.
HONOLULU, Oct. 17. Archi-
varian Lydecker has made another
interesting find while delving in
the musty nooks and crannies of
the Capitol for old documents. He
found in tho closets of the Gover
nor's olhco a number of old books
dating from 1844 until 1889, in
which the names of those who call
ed on the sovereigns, who sat on
tho throne of Hawaii during that
period, have been inscribed, in
most cases by the callers them
selves. A more interesting collec
tion of old autographs it would be
hard to find. Mixed amoncr the
names of prominent kaamamas
who diecL long ago, but whose
names a'ro still 'familiar to the
generation today, ono finds tho
signatures of various celebrated
persons from tho outer world, who
happened to pass by Honolulu
many years ago.
Tho first of these books was start
ed in 1844, the first entry being;
'George Brown, Esq., United States
Commissioner, to pay his respects
to His Majesty on his coming to
This is followed by: "R. C. Wyl
he Esq., H. B. M. Pro-Consul, to
present his respects to His Majesty
and the respects of Admiral Tho
This is followed by pages and
pages of entries, among them boing
numerous lists of officers of various
naval vessels who called to pay
their respects to tho sovereigns
Among them tne fallowing is es
"1860. Audience to the Com
missioner of tho United States to
present to tho King Captain Hunt
and tho officers of tho U. S. S.
Levant, 5 July, I860, at 11 a. m.
Wra.B. Hunt, Comdr.
Ed. C. Strut, Lieut.
Richard T. Bowen.
I. J. Gilliam, P. A. Surgeon.
James C. Mosloy, Master.
Wm. Bradley, Asst. Surgeon.
This call was paid just previous
to tho time when the Levant left
Honolulu on her last voyage. She
started for San Francisco and was
never heard of again, although she
is believed by many to have struck
an unknown island in a portion of
tho ocean which is out of tho way
of the general run of vessels.
In Kamehameha tho Fourth's
audienco book the following ap
pears: "February 22, audienco by
His Majesty of Miss Laura Keeno."
(Signed) Laura Keene.
Miss Keeno was ono of the most
celebrated actresses of the day, who
played in Ford's Theater during
tho performance at which Lincoln
Later on. on April 12, 1864, tho
Schools Will Recognize
signature of Lord Charles Beres
ford, tho celebrated British Ad
miral, who is now in charge of the
Mediterranean squadron, appears
as follows: "Charles Beresford,
Mid'n." At that time Beresford
was a jolly midshipman, whnatt ad
ventures and pranks here are still
remembered by old residents,
Under tho date of Sept. 25, 1872,
appear the signatures of the Princes
Augustus and Philip of Saxe Coburg
After this, on the next pace, is
tho following solemn entry:
"Lot Kamehameha, born Dec.
11th, 1830. Ascended this throne
November 30, 1863. Died Dec. 11th,
at 20 m. past 10 a. m, 1872 at Iola
ni ralace, and his remains laid in
tho Royal Tomb, in Nuuanu Val
ley, Jany. 11, 1873."'
"William C. Lunalilo, elected
King January 8th, 1873, and inaU'
guranted at tho Stone Church,
Jany. 6, 1873, as King Lunalilo,
tie was elected by the unanimous
vote of both Houses of Parliament."
(Signed) Henry Prendergast,
In another volume appears tho
signature of S. L. demons, better
known as Mark Twain, the incom
bomo of tne old dooks are very
worm oaten and delapidated ana
had it not been for Lydecker's
timely discovery theso valuable
and interesting documents would
in a few years have been reduced to
dust by tho tooth of time.
GETS AFTER THE DOCTORS.
HONOLULU, Oct. 17. Tho 1B-
sue between the doctors and the
Territory in the matter of phyai
cians securing licenses is to bo test
ed. A test caBO was begun this
morning when tho name of Dr. J,
T. McDonald appeared on tho police
court calendar. Ho was- served
with a penal summons which read
"That one, Dr. J. T. McDonald
did at Honolulu, Island of Oahu
Terntorv of Hawaii, during one
month laBt past, prior to and in
eluding tho 6th day of October,
1905. violate Section 1068 of tho
Revised Laws of Hawaii (as amend'
ed by Act 48 of the Session Laws of
1905), for that ho did at Buch time
and place practise medicine and
surgery without having first ob
tained from tho Treasurer of the
Territory of Hawaii a license so to
This law which he is charged
with disregarding was passed at the
scsaion of tho last legislature The
doctors have resisted tho law and it
had been decided to bring tho test
case. Tho caso will probably bo
called again this afternoon. A de
murer will probably bo hied and
tho matter takon to tho upper
TO CELEBRATED ARBOR DAY
HONOLULU, Oct. 13.- Arbor
Dayisto.be celebrated in Hawaii
on the first Friday in November
as has already been announced and
to-day tho Department of Public
Instruction has been busy sending
out th6 official copies of the Gov
ernor's proclamation to tho differ
ent school principals, accompanied
by the following circular letter ;
" The Rules and Regulations 0 f
the Department designate tho first
Friday of November as Arbor Day.
"The day is to be celebrated on
the school grounds with tree-plant
ing and appropriate exercises.
" Trees may bo secured by ad
dressing Mr. David M. Haughs,
Government Nursery, Honolulu.
"Tho Department of Public
Instruction will pay freight on all
JAMES C. Davis,
"Supertendent of Public Instruc
"Arbor Day was instituted in Ne
braska in 1875 and Ohio was next
1882. Fred Davis this morn
ing. "Kansas louowing in 10 o
and Ohio was next in 1882. From
that time on every state in the
union with the exception of Loui
siana has como into the celebra
tion of the day.
Alaska and Indian Territory have
no Arbor Day."
Following is a sample program
drawn up for tho celebration of tho
day in Hawaii:
Song "Planting a Tree."
Reading of Arbor Day Procla
mation. Story of Arbor Day, Its Origin
Directions for Planting and
Caring for Trees.
Valuo and Proprcties of Trees,
WOULD KILL TO END PAIN.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 11.-
Miss Helen Hall of Cincinnati for
hours today vainly endeavored to
have tho American Humane Asso
ciation place tho seal of its indorse
ment on tho proposition to put an
end by tho use of a'nacsthetics to
tho lives of persons hopelessly in?
iured or lying in agonizing death
throes from disease.
While pleading with the society
to take Uub up aB part of its work
she graphically portrayed tho tor
turo of an engineer in a wreck,
pinned underneath a ponderous
engine while tho flames were slow
ly roasting him. She said that she
asked for just the same mercy that
is extendend to a wounded ani
mal without question-a quick end
to its sufferings.
Miss Hall added: "For tho past
two years I havo always carried
a vial of choroform with mo when
riding on trains for use in case of
emergency, as I was brought to
consider this subject through this
Supporting Miss Hall's proposi
tion, which was ruled out by Chair
man Dr. William O. Stillman of
Albany on the ground that the
articles of incorporation of tho
society confined its operation to
cases of cruelty to animals or chil
dren, Mrs. M. Totten of Washing'
ton. ono of tho founders of the
organization, warmly exclaimed
"If I wore in a wreck and saw
cases such as havo been described
and had a pistol, I would certain
lv shoot tho sufferer to put him
out misorv.'' Tho Convention de
cided with Stillman.
IN NORTHERN KOREA
Alameda To Be Repaired.-Adams Express Co.
Recover $70,000.-Prince and Princess
of Wales Touring India.
McStockcr and Associates Buy
Strikes Continue In Russia. Grand Duke Cyril
Deprived of Decorations.
Sugar 90 deg. test, 3.625. Beets,
BRISTOL, Conn., Oct, 20. Of
Cunliffo of tho Adams Express Co.,
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 20.
awarded tho contract toropairthe
for $30,000. .
VICTORIA, Oct. 20. A revolution has started in Northern
Korea. The Japaneso arc suppressing it following Korea's action.
HONOLULU, Oct. 20. Frank
bought tho disputed lands of tho Kona Sugar Co. and all litigation is
LONDON, Oct. 19. Tho Princo
day on their tour of India.
RALEIGH, N. C. Oct. 20. President Roosevelt has received ova
tions throughout the state.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 18. President Roosevelt has given orders
that the duties on presents brought
shall be regular assessed and paid
It is expected that they will amount
ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 18.
the empire and there is gsnoral. unrest owing to political movements,
GIBRALTAR, Oct. 18. Moors
but caused no casualties.
MADRID, Oct. 18. Tho.police
which was to bo sprung during
Loubet of France.
TANGIER, Oct. 18. Captain
the British Royal Marines, who were
havo been released.
TOKIO, Oct. 18. Tho profits
poly for tho past year amounted to
WASHINGTON, Oct. 18.--Tho
San Domingo has been prohibited.
PARIS, France, Oct. 17. Tho
This inaugurates tho preparation for dealing with tho Vcne7.uolan
question with a strong hand. If
force the French demands. It is
ment is acting with tho consent of
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 17.
by tho President gives a Cabinet officer power to summarily remove
civil servico employees for cause personally known to the heall of tho
TANGIER, Oct. 17. Captain
Royal British marines have been
They are probably held for ransom.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia,
polico and striking Government
persons wore injured.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct.
Russia and Japan was published
Tho treaty, as published, follows tho
Tho publication of tho treaty
all American commanders to release
TOKIO, Japan, Oct. 16. An imperial rescript issued today com
mends tho treaty of peace.
Baron Komura arrived today
Emperor, but with distinguished
ST. 1 Ivl EKali U KU, liussia,
has been deprived of his decorations and dismissed from tho army on
account of his marriage with tho divorced wifo of tho Grand Duko of ,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct.
Emperor of Japan havo signed tho
exchanged hero today by tho representatives of the signatory Powers.
ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 16. Red flag demonstrations havo occu
rred hero, which tho polico disporsed. Tho body of Princo .Troubeskoy,
tho Liberal loader, has boon takon
a throng of mourners at tho depot
Lands and Stop Litigation.
tho monoy stolen by messenger
$70,000 has been recovered.
Tho Union Iron Works has been
Alameda within thirtj-fivo days
B. McStockcr and Associates have
and Princess of Wales started to-
from the Orient by his daughter
when she arrives in San Francisco.
in valuo to ?60,000.
Strikes are spreading throughout
fired on a British torpedo boat,
have unearthed a dynamito plot -
the forthcoming visit of President
Crowthcr and Lieutenant Shatton of
captured by bandits in Morocco,
from the government tobacco mono-;
importation of war materials into
French cruisor Desaix has sailed
necessary, a fleet will follow to en
believed that tho French Govern
tho American Government.
An executive order issued today
Crother and Lieut. Shattoon of tho
captured by bandits of Morocco.
Oct. 17. An encounter between tho '
printers took place today. Forty,
16. Tho treaty of peace between ;
today and tho peace is nowcomplotc.
samo as previously outlined when
was followed by summary orders to
tho Russian vcssoIb interned in
and was quietly received by ther.
Uct. 1U. The urand ijukq uyru
14. 'hc Emperor of Russia and tho,j
poaco treaty and ratifications woro
to Moscow. Gondarmes dispersed .l ' 4
A general striko is threatened. .-jl