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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1905
NUMBER S2T 1
What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
J. M. VIVAS
ATTOKNEY AT LAW
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WAIJjUJIU. : : : : uui, T, ... . , n n
i fit: uuiiimiiiee ui maui men unuuse u. n. base
and H. P. Baldwin as representatives
GEO: S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office, Kawaapae, Puunene and
Kauului. Tclophono 82
Hours. 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
EDMUND II. HART
Notary Public, Conyeyencer and
Aoent to Grant Marriaqe License
Onicc, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
WAILUKU SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT
A crowded house appreciates the best school entertainment
seen on Maui Honokohau Concert
The lunas Lulaby.
CASH AND BALDWIN TO WASH
MRS. A. POOLE
Hich Street Opp. Wailuku School
A prominent citizen and leader
in politics threw us a bouquet the
other day while in our store. "What
a singularlv neat store you have,
everything so up to date, and you
seem to carry nearly everything,"
It is all quite true our stock is
new, fresh and up to date, and we
do" carrv almost everything. Just
try us and you will lind wo are quite
correct in our assertion.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Whilo all the performances were
excellent, and deserving of men
tion, lack of space forbids us to
The committee appointed inst speak of them as wc should like.
week to select a representative &uu w0 cannot let tins apportunity
from Maui to go to Washington to Pass without a word ot praise tor
assist in securing seventy-five per- the youngsters who so realistically
cent of the Federal revenues of the hit off "Keeping School."
Territory for educational and Fe- Eest Weight and George
dararbuildings purposes chose At- Stratcmeyerdid tho"Santa's Visit"
torney D. H. Case and Hdn. H. P. admirably. Nothing more beauti-
Baldwin. The plan is to have Mr. Iul Jias been sccn in Wailuku tlian
Case-go soon to bo followed later the pantomimic "Nearor My God,
by Mr. Baldwin. to Thee." The number, however,
Tho committee will raise the tnat seemed most popular was the
necessary funds with which to de- Christmas btar Drill" by sixteen
fray Mr. Case's expenses. Should his yunB ladies, all in white and arm-
mission prove successful about three cd with white wands. Ihe drill
fourths of a million dollars that occupied almost half an honor; and
now go to tho Federal government throught its complicated move-
annually will be spent in the ments and tigures, was executed
torritorv for tlm hnnnfit. nf tlmqo with faultless precision and in ex-
who are annually taxed to the ex- act time. It closed with a tableau
tent of over one million dollars n which Miss Angle McUann, as
and who now receive very little an angel, was the central figure.
lhe last number was a play,
Aunt Marthas Ruse," in which
the principal part was taken by
Miss Cicilia Ah Pan, considering
tho fact that none of the actors
were at all familiar with theartical
matters their performance was
The evening closed with a re
alistic tableau entitled "Good
Night," representing four young-
Cessation cloys my ardent soul
As tho' to rest were wrong.
I toss, and turn, and twist about,
(Such sloth is death to me)
I must be up and shouting
Ambition claims for me her
Heart, body, soul and mind,
The keenest joys that lifo can
Those joys in her I find,
On ono great cast my life is set,
One only goal for me,
My reputation lives in this--Wiki-wiki,
Come, rouse ye, then, my little
And heed no ache nor pain;
Come, buckle tight your belly belts,
And hustle might and mam;
Such toil is noble, and your fame
Shall ring from sea ta sea,
Borne on the winds that bear
Let Germans growl "Die Wacht
The French scream "Marscll-
John Bull with "Rule Brittania"
His country s boast to raise,
Columbia "Yankee Doodle"
I rom seaboard unto sea,
Mine is the ringing, rousing cry-Wiki-wiki,
0 blest the fate that brought mo
To these fair, sun-kissed Isles,
Whoso guarding Goddess beams
TAKEN BY INSURGENTS
All members of revolutionary council arrested-
Moscow's chief of police Assassinated
Guerrilla warfare continues
TWO PASSENGER TRAINS WRECKED
Many injured at Kief by train wreck Game of foot ball to
be reformed. Nolte to retire
from active business.
HONOKOHAU CONCERT AND
A very successfull Sunday
School concert and luau were given
at Honokohau on Christmas Day
Several barges and hacks brought
people from Lahaina, and Mr. R.
C. Searle and his family from
Honolua Ranch were present. The Uters in thoir "nighties' and carry-
church was filled with an appre- ing candles on thoir way to bed
ciative audience who listened to The nroceeds from tho sale of
the excollent concert at tho close tickets amounted to about $40, and
of whivh a collection of $25.00 was wjii be devoted to the nurchase of
. . A
Incorporated Under the Laws
tho Republic of Hawaii.
SURPLUS $200,000.00 taken toward the now church build- books for the school library,
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00 ing, for which over $300.00 is al- Judging from this exhibit
OFFICERS. readv contributed or promised. It BCh0ol industry and capacity
Phi M Cooke p e ident is hoped that $500.00 can bo raised, Uyailuku School is beginning to
P. C. Jones Vice-President so that a substantial structure hake its rightful place in the lifo of
F.'V.M'acfarlano..2nd Vice-Presicent may bo erected, and also provision tno community; and with tho pro
C. H. Cooko Cashier
C. Hustaco. Assistaut Cashier
E. D. Tennoy, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
made for a church grave yard,
which is much needed. At pre
sent tho native graves are scatter
ed in various parts of the valley.
Tho luau was given in tho old
and Savings Business.
Transact a General Commercial school building, which is soon to
be torn down, as a handsome new
school houso has bcon erected
nearer tho entrance to the valley.
f nnnn The committee in chargo of the
luau was Geo. Kaulii, J. Kaia
Pali, David Taylor, and D. Kapa-
ku. Rev. Rowland B. Dodge, the
agent of the Hawaiian Board
and Aid Association for Hawaiian
churches was appointed trustee to
deposit the funds in Wailuku Sav
per support irom the citizens oi
Wailuku and from tho Board of
Education it will soon be Becond to
none in tho Territory.
v MONEY ORDER FEES.
Orders payable at Honolulu
for small amounts, current post
ofiico rates. And for amounts
exceeding One Hundred Dollars
20 conts per hundred. Orders
payable at any .Mainland Point,
current nost oflico rates or 80
cents per One Hundred Dollars.
8:30 A. M. to 5 P.
(Dedicated To Tho Luna).
Scarce has the shrill-tongued
Aroused the slumbering morn
When, on the gently stirring
You seo my coat tails borne,
I rtiBh along up hill and down
Like captive deer set free,
And loud tho welkins ring my
Nor tropic heat can stay my
Nor tropic rains abate
The energy that burnB within
Supremo o'er ov'ry fate:
8:30 to 1 P. M. and 7;00 to 8 P. M.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. II.
On Friday evening, December
22nd tho teachers and pupils of
tho Wailuku Public School gave
an entertainment to a crowded
house. The programme, on which
all tho classes and nationalties
represented in the school had a
part, was long and varied. Recita
tions dialogues, songs and table
aux were given in a way that show
ed careful planning by tho teachers Lj,ort
anu iauniui application anu prac- Tho ni,,hta are ttii too ion;
,! n.. r . 1 -- o .
I'm here, I'm there, I'm ov'ry
A hustling human bee,
And urgo tho weary with m
Tho days for mo aro all too
Sugar 96 degrees Test 3.625 8s ljd.
MOSCOW, Dec. 29. All members of tho second revolutionary
Council have boen arrested.
The chief of police has been assassinated, Guerilla warfare on a
small scale continues.
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 29. General Stackelborg enroute to
Caucafus with secret orders is reported to have beon captured by the
REVAL, Dec. 29. Troops have made Seventy arrests including
officials for plotting revolt.
KIEF, Dec. 29. Two passsnger trains have beon wrecked by
rails being torn up. Many were injured.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 29. Burmingham Stephen the diplomatic
adviser of the Korean government denies that Japan forced tho treaty
or made any show of force. Tho negotiations were freindly and har
Thro' garland wreath of smiles: NEW YORK, Dec. 29. Sixty-eight representatives of various
Her favors raro all richly Bharo, colleges till meet to reform foot ball.
Illl. HNI, Hill ini VM III Tilt I
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nunuijUiju, uoc, zv. ino waBiiingion aeiegauon wm leave
January 19 th.
To care the watch-word for her
Then let death come whene'er it
I have not lived in vain,
The labor we delight in most
That labor physics pain:"
The race is o'er, the goal is won:! perished
amo, smiling, waits lor mo
To write this Motto on my brow-
HONOLULU, Dec. 29. J. H. Nolte is to retire from the restaur
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 26. Six thousand workingmon were
surrounded in Sytin works in Moscow here today by a forco of caval
ry and artillery. Tho building was sot on fire and many hundreds
THE CELEBRATION OF CHRIST
The Christmas holidays have
beon celebrated by different people
in various ways and all seem to
lave gotten their share of pleasure defeated Bob
out of the same.
On Christmas morning from va
rious sources grotesquely dressed
persons appeared, and liko the
proverbial beggars some came in
SANTO DOMINGO, Dec. 26. President Morales, being dissatis
fied with the support afforded by his cabinet, has loft the capital with
a few followers. It is reported that his intention is to join Jominez in
opposition to Horacio. A conflict imminont.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 26. R. B. Mitchell, a stock broker, failed
bore today. It is estimated that his liabilities will reach $100,000.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 26. Philadelphia Jack O'Brien, who
Fitzimmons hero for the light heavyweight cham-
pion of tho world, has challenged James J. Jeffries for tho heavyweight
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 26. Tho election law has been gazetted
granting the extension of the suffrage. Tho law applies especially to
rags, some in tags and Borne in vol- the cities where sufferage is made almost universal.
vnt. rrrnvnu. Mnnv rnimn rirlinir
donkeys while some drovo. The WASHINGTON, Dec. zo. Vic count biuozi Aoki has been ap-
Maui Wine and Liquor Company pomted Ambassador from Japan to the United btates.
.l "L ut MOSCOW, Dec. 25. Tho fighting continues. But
hnntinir nnrl nnrrvintr n full linn have been gained by the revolutionists, lhe killed
of liquors that were handed out to five hundred.
all who were thirsty, lhe Maui
Drygoods and Grocery Uo. made an
excellont display which was much
The best hit of the lot was a cart
to which an old mulo was hitched
which in tho absence of Mr. Case wa
driven by a party, presumably his
duly authorized agent. The old
mule seemed hardly ablo to keep
up with the procession but got
there just tho same. Across its
back was a canvas on which was
painted. "Its a hard case but we
will try for tho seventy-hve per
cent." It is too bad that Case our
special representative to Washing
ton couldn't be hero to unvo the
outfit. After parading the streets
the procession broke up. During nai Cassanas and was arrested.
onr niji-lofmno tvnno it'nrh rn I
OM. ; .i it nnJ KURSK, Dec. 23. Tho striking railroad men at this placo have
without saving that tho children PxWwd a provisional government which has issued an appeal for
enjoyed themselves immensely. 10 suppori oi a uussian ivepuonc.
lhe last ono given was at tuo MOSCOW, Russia, Dec. 23. One hundred and fifty thousand
church Of the Good Shepherd Utriknra are enimcred in atrefit fmhts in vnriniis nnrta nf thn nit.v. Tlin
which waB wen attended and much Cftaualt es renorted number 150.
Seven families were butchered at Elnia and two men Ivnched
mi . a i- i i i i i i
a ne troops surrounueu a scnoqi nouse wnero woritmou wero as
sembled and summoned them to surrender. They refused and blank
little music in their song as there 1 sliota wero fired to bring thorn to terms. Tho workmen replied with
was of sleep for those noar them, r0Volvers and bombs. The artillery then bombarded tho place.
ODESSA, Dec. 25. The garrison hero is passive. It is feared
that the revolutionaries may capture tho city.
WARSAW, Dec. 25. Here the situation is serious. The socialists
have proclaimed an armed rebellion.
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 25. The situation here is quiet.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 25. The Vannuys Broadway hotel has burn
Loss, $200,000. Tho guests narrowly escaped.
Tho street cars here collided and forty persons wero injured.
PEKING, Dec. 25. Baron Komura has departod with tho draft
of a treaty, tho result of which will be that sixteen Manchurian townB
will be opened to foreigners soon.
MONTEVIDEO, Dec. 25. The steamora Bellanoch and Canning
came into collision here, and tho Bellanoch was sunk.
BARCELONA, Dec. 25. An anarchist attempted to stab Cardi-
appreciated. Christmas night two
kamaainas undertook to teach al
malihini to sing Aloha oe. It goes
without saying that there was as
lice on mo parifoi uiegpupns.