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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1905
What is Best for Maiii
Is Best for the News
J. M. VIVAS
attorney at law
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
GILO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office, Kawaapae, Pudnene and
, Kaiiumji. Tclophone 82
Hours. 9 A. M. to 4. P. Mr
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Public. Conveyenoer and
Agent-to Grant Mauriaqe License
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
Large Mass Meeting in Wailuku appoints Com
mittee to select Delegate to Washington- .
Lengthy legal battle ended.
SIMOSAKO BLOWN TO ATOMS
Fatal Accident at Waihee A successful social
gathering Chamber of Commerce and Mer
chants Association Act.
One of the largest massmeotings
held in Wailuku was held in the
Court House on 1 hursday evening
of this week in response to a call
.to consider the matter of assisting
, Delegate Kalanianaole in his efforts
to get the passage of a bill provid
ing for the expenditure of seventy
'MRS. A. POOLE
High Street Opp. Wailuku School five percent of the Federal revenues
of tho territory spent m the tern
tory for Federal buildings and
other public improvements.
If this bill becomes a law it will
mean one and a . leaf million dollars
Christmas Eve falls on Sunday
As onr store will bo closed on
that day as usual we jisk
natrons to call and completo their additional revenue for the upbuild
Pl.ic,,na rM,nRnH S.aturdtiv inB of the territory that is now be
. . ' , , , . ."3 hinc iniustlv taxed to support the
..i.-i.i Ma nut nnrr nnr tn lriuiT nu I - -
while Santa Claus is still with us.
Do not disappoint the little ones,
It. tak?s so little to make them
MAUi DRUG STORE
V. A. VljTLESEN, Prop.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incornorated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
" - OFFICERS.
Chas. M. Cooke.... President
P. C, Jones Vice-President
F. W . Macf arlano. .2ud' Vics-Presicen t
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Uustaco.. .
The meeting was presided,, over
by Judge A. N. Kepoikai who call
ed upon Hon. H. P. Baldwin to
state the object ofthemeoting after
which Mr. Baldwin moved the
appointment of. a committee , to do-
vise ways and means to carry out
the plan adopted by tho Chamber
.of Commence and Merchants As
sociation and appoint a delegate to
go to WaBhingtOnl '
Tho committo appointed --were
L. BarkhauBen,Lahaina,J. L. Coke,
Wailuku. J..N. S. Williams, Puu-
ie, T. M. Church, Pain, M. H,
Reuter Hana, . and, Judgo.A.vN.
Kepoikai as chairman!
The committee, will meet this
morning at the Kahului fishery, at
9"o'clock all are invited.
da were working in No. 1 tunnel
South and were in about three
hundred and sixty feet and . had
completed the drilling of nine
holes and when ' the- tenth"was
nearl)' completed Simosako kanji
w"ent out to prepare the ' powder
Shortly after, this .Ekada and
other J apanesQ in,, camp heard an
explosion and on running to tho
sppt found tho badly mangled
body of Simosako Kajijirfiear the
entrance to' tho tunnel.
-The left leg was torn compl6te-
from the body and only the
upper pare of the trunk was. left
intact. ' :'
Nerir the body was. found ' ten
fuse cut, eight of which had been
fired t showing conclusively that
they .had exploded .after, being
capped. 'r " -
The opinion . of :.all, is ,that
as Shimosaka Was. a' great ''smoker
lomust have let' a spark -fall.' into
the open detonators' -winch explod
ing set off tttoiVowder' and caused
his death ,
In the'abse'ncs of .Sneriff Saffery
II. Rogers; started at once to the
scene of 'trouble but? linding- tne
Waihee river"1 too high'i'camo back
and on the following "morning
reached tho place; -i -i
As all agreed' that it was a case
'of accidental death the parts' of the
body that could be found wOro buri
ed by the friends of Ho urftortunate
man who were assisted bv H. C
Halverson Superintendent for Ca
Wdldeyer: ' ",f '
mend the appointment of a com
mission of at least three from the
Island of Oahu to proceed as soon
as possible to Washington at the
expenso of the. Chamber of Com
merce and the Merchants Associa
tion of Honolulu.
mi. -, ii ii
upon you the importance of at $ 1 1 .000000 appropriated for immidiate use
pointing a Committee of one
or more from your Island in
order that all tho Islands be re
presented. Wo shall send a wire
less to you informing you of the
personnel of the commission from
Oahu as soon as they are selected,
and the probable date of their de
parture, and would be pleased to
receive from you answer by wire-
loss of result of your action.
Yours very truly,
W. W. HARRIS
Panama Canal Congress adjourned for the
holidays-Charges against Roosevelt.
DELEGATES TO WASHINGTON.
Chamber oi Commerce and Merchants Association send dele
gates to Washington to assist Kalanianaole Boat' and
body ashore at Halawa.
Word- has been received'' from
Honolulu that the now famous
case of Pioneer Mill v. s. Moses
Meheula' was finally won by Me-
. Assistant Cashier houla before tho supreme-court of
tho Territory on the l'Jtli mat
Meheula ya3 represented by
Attorneys C. W. Ashford and J. L,
Coke while the Pioneer Mill Co
were represented by D. II. Case, II
E. Cooper, McClanahan and other
ablo Attorneys of Honolulu.
Meheula won in tho Circuit
Court and again before the Sup
reme Court and lost beforo the
Second Circuit Court in an appli
cation bv tho Mill Co. for an in
E. D. Tennoy, J. A. McCaudless,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
MONEY ORDER FEES.
Orders payable at Honolulu
for small amounts, current post junction until their appeal' to tho
olhco rates, And tor amounts Sunreme Court of tho United
exceeding One Hundred 'Dollars States could be heard
20 cents per hundred. Orders
payable at any Mainland Point,
curront post office rates or 80
cents per One Hundred Dollars.
8:30 A. M. to 5 P.
8:30 to 1 P. M. and 7:00 to 8 P.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. II.
The Supreme Court of the terrl
torv has now reversed the lower
court and Attornoys Ashford and
Coke went to Lahaina and with
Moses Maheula took possession of
the land in question.
The railroad track lias been re
This disposes linally ot tlio caso
and a hard fought legal battle.
SIMOSAKO BLOWN TO ATOMS
On Monday, evening at 0:30. o
clock this week .the first fatal am
dent on tho now Waihoo ditcn oc
curred. Simosako Kanji and Eka
Sugar 96 degrees Test. 8.625. 83 ljd.
ST. PAUL, Doc. 22. The Great Northern Steam Ship Com-
A SOCIAL GATHERING. pany is considering a schedule whereby the stoamors Minnesota
On Saturda"y of lust week the and Dakta wUI t0Uch Honolulu on tlleir roturn triPs-
Catholic Ladies Aid Society gave ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 22. The city is quiet. Tho members
grand calico, ball at the Knights of two workmens councils have been arrested.
of Pyhias Hall which was largely A Burhn- train with European mail departed with a soldier crew.
attended and greatly enjoyed. 10,000 armed revolutionists arc in prossession of Khartoff.
The hull was brilliantly lighted, MOSCOW. Dec. 22. Tho town is in darkness 50.000 factory hands
good music furnished and . an are i(ilG and the troong aro confinPCi to lh(sr barracks.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22. Congress adjourned for the holidays.
All bills for R. R. Consessions in the Philppines have been rejected on
account of irregularities.
NEW YORK, Dec. 22.--ExGovernor Odell has charged President
Roosevelt and Governor Higgins with attempting to wreck tho state
LONDON, Dec. 22. The Czar has refused to accede to tho decis-
sion of the majority of the Cabinet who are in favor of granting uni
Hugh Watt formerly a member of parliament has been sentenced
to five years penal servitude for conspiracy to murder the divorced for
wife of Sir Roginald Deau Champ.
abundance of refreshments wore
served and when the announce
ment was mado that tho tx'ains
would leave in twenty minutes
none wore ready to go. In a few
minutes after this, tho lights be
gan to grow dim and went out
and all rushed for their wraps
Other lights were quickly fur
nished but us it was past twelve,
all wended their way homo feel
ing satisfied with the pleasures
of tho evening.
(The acotelyne plant is new and
few have as yet learned to pro
porly supply it with tho full
lighting power for a given time
and yet allow no waste.
This accounts for the lights
going out but there were some
who enjoyed those few seconds
quito as, much as tho dance.
COMMISSION TO WASHINGTON.
v 1 i.
.The .following letter,1 ha.s.
received by Mn.iL. ll.i.Uaso pre
sident of the Wailuku District "Im
provement Association. Afc 'the
matter is ' of immediate- concern
to all the people it is printed
full with the suggestion that every
live citizen lend a hand in carry
ing out the plan laid down their
Honolulu, T. H. Dec. 19, 1909
Maui Improvement Association,
At a meeting of the Committee
appointed by tho joint meeting
the trustees of the Chamber of.com
merce of Honolulu,and tho directors
of the Morchants Association of Ho
nolulu, I was directed to commun.1
cato with you calling your atfen
tion to tho cablegram received
from Mr. Hatch in ro, the action
ho suggested should be takeh; by
all the Islands in sending a delo
gation'to Washington to aBsiatUhe
nassaco of the bill- introduced in
tho House of representatives by
our Dolegate, Honorable J. K.' Ka
lanianaole, "sotting aside 75' per
eont of Hawaii's federal revenue
.for use in the construction of Fe'
doral Public Works and Buildings
in tho Territory", and advising
vou that our committee will '.reco-
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. President Roosevelt signed tho canal
bill appropriating $11,000,000 for immediato use for the Panama Ca
TOKIO, Dec. 21. Yamagata has been named president of tho
HALAWA, Molokai, Dec. 21. A portion of a Japanese fishing
boat camo ashore hero today also the body of one of tho fishermon.
HONOLULU, Dec. 21st The following delegates have been select
ed to assist Hon- J. K. Kalanianaole in his' efforts to secure seventy-
five per cent of the Federal, receipts of tho Territory spent in the tor-
"The Management of the An- ritory for federal building and public improvements W. O. Smith, M.
nual Track and Field Games of p. Robinson. G. W. Smith. E. A Mclnernv and J. R. Gait. Thov will
Hawaii are begiuing'to plan' for leave for Washington on January 9th.
their Annual Spring Field Meet .
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TRACK FIBLD SPORTS.
m March. Track Atnietics i were
never before bo popular, in Hawaii
as. they aro today. For the past
feiviyears the Y. M. Or As and the
Boys' clubs have been holding two
dpeK' Track Meets. These 'have
been' so highly successful' that
several Island Records have been
broken. We nronose to make tho
Track'Ieet of next March a re-
cord"breaker, both in point of in
terest and quality of work done,
These Track'Gamea aro open to
the whole Islands and we hope to
welcome teams or individual com
petition from tho other Islands
Handsome medals will be awarded
the winners. The boys' Field
whero all Track games are held,
affords tho only quarter mile cin
dor track in tho Islands. Very
soon the different teams will go
into training. May we not haye
somo entries from Maui?
The list of events is as follows
50 yards dash.
1 milo run.
"J' mile Relay. -
120 yds.. Hurdle.
(Hurdles 2 ft. G in. High.)
9. 1 milo walk.
10 High Jump.
11 Broad Jump.
12 Pole Vault.
13 12 lb. Shot Put.
14 12 " Hammer Thrown.
E. B. TURNER,
wrecked a millitary train carrying reenforcements onrouto to Riga.
They attacked tho survivors of tho catastrophe, half of whom surren
dered. Tho southern part of Livonia is in complete possession of tho
insurgents. In ordor to escape annihilation tho Czar's troops aro
being concentrated at Riga, Witau and Libau where they are actually
on the defensive. The Governor is frantically urging assistance. The
labor loaders at Kieff have been arrested. A manifesto is ready grant
ing the soldiers increased pay and improvements in the service.
TOKIO, Dec. 19. China refuses to recognize the concessions
granted to Japan by the Portsmouth treaty. One of tho points sho
will not concede relate to tho Building of the Kirin railway. China's
attitued h believed to bo due to pressure by by France, Russia and
SHANGHAI, Dec. 19. Martial law has been declared in Shang
hai. Foreigners are arming.
SHANGHAI, China, Dec. 18. A riot here today growing out of
tho boycott on American goods, resulted in the death of 20 chincso
coolies and the injury of several foreigners, including the American
Vice Consul and the Germany Consul. In parts of tho city stores wero
looted, and police stations burned. Tho rioters wore subdued by blue-
ckets from British warships. American war vessels are on tho way.
CHICAGO, 111., Dec. 18. Tho comptroller of the currency closed
tho Chicago National Bank today. Tho Homo Savings Bank, tho
Equitable Trust stepped into tho breach and the depositors will not lose.
The cause of tho failuro is bad loans made on pr ivatc enterprises. '
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 18. Tho Workmen's Council has de
cided on a general strike to begin Dec. 20.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. I6.r-Delegate Kalanianaole of Ha
waii has introduced a bill which provides for setting aside 75 per cent
of Hawaii's Federal revenues as a Beperato fund to be appropriated for
federal public buildings and works in Hawaii. This bill follows tho
lines of tho recommendations of tho President's message.
CR.ONSTADT, Dec. 16. The military court acquitted eighteen
privates who mutinied and imprisoned 81. ;
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 16. A proletariat manifesto calls oh
tho Russians to rofuBO to pay taxes. A flcot has been sent to Riga;
General Linevitch reports that ho cannot control tho army. Do NVitto
has issued an appeal
to tho nution for support of organized Govern.