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THE MAUI NEWS
'S ATURD AY, JANUARY 3t 1906
THERE IS ONLY ONE
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wrapper of the cigar. Tho OREMO has
no band. It has only its perforated mark
and the best flavor and smoking qualities
to distinguish it from any other 5c. Cigar.
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Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
Qq This brand denotes quality
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Leather needs Send your
lO Hides to us and vou mav feel
certain of fair Treatment
Metropolitan Meat Co.
The Wiutuku District Improvement
Association held its annual Election
on Thursday evening of tills week nf
tho Wailuku Court house.
R. A. Wadsworth was unanimously
chosen president and V. J. Coelho
VIce-prtsldeut Chns. Wilcox secre
tary undC. D Lufkin Treasurer,
The executive comttitteo chosen
were J. N. S. Williams, R. W. Filler,
W' A. McKay, C. E. Copelaud, L.
M Baldwin, Hugh Howell and Hugh
M. Coke. All wee elected by nc-
clamatfon a'-.d a most harmonious
mooting was had.
Representative W. J. Coelho r.
poi ted that in a conlorouje with
Governor Carter ho expressed him
elf as favoring a plan to have, -each
county pay to the Territory its share
of the interest on tho bonds isstio of
tho sum spent in the county. As
this would bo in eilect the payment
of the Interest on tho amount spent
for public improvements in Maui by
tho County of Maui it would mean a
fair and just plan provided each
County would do the same.
A letter was read from the Secro
tary of the promotion committee
asking for cooperation in promoting
the Interests of tho Territory. VV. A.
McKay called tho attention of the
road engineer to needed improve
ments in certain roads and especial
ly to certain ones that are now
crossed by streams and ditches over
which embankments are thrown up
for the convenience of tho property
holders but very much to the detri
ment of the traveling public. C. D.
Lufkin moved the appointment of a
committee of six to wait upon the
county Supervisors to request tho
expenditure of the sum that that body
was willing to expend on tho McGrc
gors Landing approach, on a con
tinuous sidewalk from the foot o
Market Street to the New 'Wailuku
The chair appointed W. J. Coelho
L. M. Baldwin Rev. W. Ault, 7. A
McKay and C. E. Copeland, with tho
chair as one of the committee as per
the terms of the motion. A tree
plan ting committee consisting of W.
J. Coelho, W. A. McKay and C. E
Copeland was next appointed to
confer with the Supervisors for the
planting of trees along the roads
where shade would be of much ad van
tage. With aunanimous vote of thanks
to tho retiring President D. H. CaSo
and secretary J. Garcia tho meeting
Death of IiHthei- M. ftleyer.
A wifeless message from Honolulu
on tho 8th instant announced tho sad
news of the death on tho morning of
that day the death of Esther Marian
Meyer, the eldest daughter of our
highly respected townsman D. L.
She died on hor nineteenth birth
day and tho day that is usually one
of joy was for her friends and grief
stricicen relatives sad one.
She had been ilf" for some months
with that dread disease tuberculosis.
Her many friends on Maui deeply
mourn her loss.
HONOLULU, T. H.
.Telephone Main 143.
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DANb T. CAREY
't.-ntfar Market Wailuku, Maui ,H
Statement Of County Of Maui.
The following tabulated list shows
tho amount received for the County
of Maui during tho six - months end
ing December 31st, 1905.
Total collections July December
Less Road Tax 3,017.00
Delinquent Taxes Collect
ed July to Dec.
A for County of Maul 101,377.12
Less Ilt'soryo as por sec
tion 4 Act 93, 1905, 40,000.00
July 1905 4,090.00
Aug. ' 4,090.(10
Sept. " 4,090.00
Oct. " 4.090.00
Nov. " 4,090.00
Dec. " . 4,090;00
INTEREST ON WARRANTS.
On July 71,95
Total Payments to Coun
ty of Maui
Ralance duo County
Tho above statement Is taken from
a statement from tho Auditor of the
Territory to tho Trearurnr of Maui
County and was accompanied with a
draft for tho amount of $20,518 19
This will soon make availublo funds
to mako a number of badly needed re
pairs on our-county rqads and bridg
Noat, lleasonablo and Durable. Lawn and Cemetery Furniture.
STEEL SAFES that don't absorb moisturo and aro absolutely Fireproo?.
Of tho latest designs in any material known to the trade, including "Whito Bronze and also Ileal
Bronze. Cull on or write to JJ f AYTRI S r., m
ALAKEA ST., Bet. King and Hotel Sts.
F. 0 Box CA-2
Judge Lindsay To Wed.
Judge Alexander L'ndsay -of tho
Circuit Court of Hawaii is about to
become a Benedick. His engago
ment to Miss Fanny Young of De
troit, Michigan, has just been an
nounced, and the weJdiug, it is said,
may take placo sometimo this spring.
Judge Lindsay met his bride-to-be,
while he was a student at Ann Arbor
The judge, while a useful member of
tho Hawaiian courts, is also prom
inent in social circled, and tho an
nouncement of his engagement Is
pleasant news to his largo circle of
Significance of the Battle ax Sc-bustopoi.
For salo, for rent, lost, found, situations or
help wanted advertisements will bo publish
ed umlor tlila heading nt tho following
rates: 8 conts a Hue first lssuo, II vo cents a
lino second lssuo and threo cents a lino each
succeeding lssuo Seven words to constitute
a ltno nlno linos a Inch Urolion lines to
count as full lines.
Jan. 10 Str. Claudine Parker, for
I Jau 13-Str. Clrufliiio Parker, frrm
The sea fight between tho muti
neers and the Government at Sevas
topol on November 29 disclosed for
thu first time m a fairly definite way
the extent to which the revolution
ary spirit has permeated tho naval
and military forces of the Czar, and
for this reason it is looked upon by
tho American press as on" "of tho
most important events that has oc
cured during tho strugglo of tho
Russian people for liberty. Had the
mutineers v;on tho victory, or had
they gained position throagh the re
fusal of Vice-Admiral Chuknin and
Genera'. Gakomelski's men to attack
them, our papers, as their tone clear
ly indicates, would have declared
that tho cause of the Czar iras hopo
loss. But since tho majority of tho
troops remained loyai, and fought
with a fury and determination that
finally caused the overwhelming do
feat of the mutineers, with a loss of
5,000 men killed on botb s'des, our
papers seem inclined to think that
the outlook is still dark and discour
aging for tho revolutionists. The
New York World says that the Rus
sian people should refrain from "ar
med rebellion" and confine their
efforts to ''agitation and organiza
tion" until tho army is won over.
This is also the opinion of the Cleve
land Leader, which observes:
"Tho vital question of the hour, as
to Russian chances and changes,
is th nature of tho ordeal through
wliich the Czar's great empire must
pass before settled condi tions, on a
sound basis, can be estab' ished. As
to that much depends upon tho army,
if it stands true the imperial govern
ment, Count Witte will be given such
physical mastory of tho situation as
ho needs for a fair test of his program
anil his ability to solve the tremend
ous problems that confront his cnun
try. .If tho army should break away
from tho Czar, chaos might come, and
On the other hand, thore aro papers
which believe that if tho army should
become to thoroughly disaffected as
to revolt, the event would add more
confusion to the present disorder and
necessitate Iho appointment of a dic
tator to prevent the complete "de
struction" of tho nation. But, says tho
Now York Sun, "it is not ovon cer
tain that a dictator could check the
drift of tho empiro toward political
and social disintegration." In fact,
tho gross bestiality and cruelty of
tho Russian mobs, a' d tho apparent
inability of the revolutionists, in spito
of their earnestnesf, to settle upon
any orderly and dollnlto court o of
act on, are leading tho American
press generally to accept tho senti
ment expressed by tho Philadelphia
Public Loa'der that the Russian peo
plo show ulnck of prepnredness and
incapacity "for tho grave responsi
bilities which is inseparable from lib
erty and self government," So, says
fio Philadelphia Inquirer, "as a mat
ter of fact tho situation seems to be
entirely beyond co itrolj"and tho Now
York livening Mail t inks tha' there
is no telling what the outcome will bo
since "revolution In Russia has not
boon following tho ucceptod path to
a familiar end," but, "makes its own
laws" and "leaves its own landmarks"
which furnish" no guide to the future.
Tho disgust and doubts fQit by tl.o
American press on. ac'couut of
Services at Island Churches
CllUKCIl Or IIOI.V INNOCIINTS, I.AIIAINA
Canon A. II. Woyraoutti, Hector.
Holy Communion, 7:00 A, M. every Sunday.
Sunday School 10:15 A.M. Morning servlco 11:00
A.M. Evening Prayer, 4:301". M. During Ad
vent and Lenten season special week day ser
Wainkc cntincit, LAHAtNA.
Itov. S..Kapu, Pastor.
Sunday school, 0:30 A. M. Morning servlco
11:00 A.M. Y. P.S.C. E. nt 1:00 P.M. Wed
nesday afternoon, Prayer Meeting nt 3:30 P.M.
Thursday afternoon, Women's Meeting, 3:30 P.
M. Frldny afternoon, Cholrflohcarsal 3:30 P.M.
Roman Catholic Cncitcit, Lahaina.
Itcv. Father Oliver.
First Mass, week days 6:00. A. M. Sundays and
holidays, 10;00 A. M. Benediction 2:30 p. m.
Meetings at Salvation Army Hall, Market
St., 8 P. M. overy Saturday. Sunday Juniors
at 2 P.. it. SalvAtton inoolinj nt-8 I'.il.
St. Anthony's Church, Wailuku
Sunday Servlco. Communion, 6;00 A. Mi Child
ren's Mass, 8:30 A. M. Instruction In English.
Second Mass, 10:00 A. M. Sermon In Hawaiian
and Portuguese. Aftor Mass. llenedlctlon. 11:4J
A. M., Rosery and instruction for natives, week
days Mass 0. A. M. Holidays falling during
woo It: Communion at 0: A. M. Mass at 0 00 A.
FOREIGN PROTESTANT CHURCH.
R. V. Bt zata, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Public Worsnip nt 11:00 A. M.
TheChduch Of The Good Shepherd
Rev, Canon Ault, Rector,
loly Communion, 1st, 3rd, 4th. 5th Sunday at 7
A. M. 2nd Sunday at 11 A. M. Matins & Sermon
at 11 A, M. Children's servlco, 1st sutdny at S
P. M. Evensong and. Sermon at Puunone, 7:30.
Holy Days, Holy Communion nt 7 A. M. Dally,
Matins at 7:30.
Kaaiiumanu Church, Wailuku
Rov. J. Nua, Pastor.
j bundny fccnool, 0:30 A.M. Morning servico 11
A. M. i . 1. s. C. E. from 7:00 P. M. to 8:00, P.
M. Afternoon sorvico, Wailuku, Sunday School
2:00 P. M. Revival meeting 3:00 P. M. All wel-
PORTUGUESE PROTESTANT MISSION PAIA
M.G.Santos, Evangelist. S. School 10.a.-iu
Gospol preaching, 11, a. in., Prayer Mooting
7-30 P.M., S. School nt Hamakuapoku at 3 P.m.
UNION CHURCH, WAILUKU.
Rev. Rowland B. Dodge, Pastor Preaching
Servico ns us,ual at 7 30 P. M.
sian people are ably expressed by
the Indianapolis News, which says:
"The present situation in Russia
is terrible beyond description .or
adequate conception. Every day
brings news of fresh outbreaks and
'on horror's head horrors accumu
late. It is a mixture of anyrchy and
chaos, of mutiny and massacre, of
revolution and rapine, every day
ending with u forecast of worso to
como. Nothing at all amiroachintr
tho situation has been seen during
the present gt-noration. Tho Turkish
atrocities in Armenia wore mild and
sporadic outbreaks in comparison.
Tho horrosof tho Sepoy mutiny in
India, or of any other war of recent
times aro not to bo mentioned In tho
samo day. We must go back to tho
French Revolution for something to
compare to the present situation in
Russia, and ovon that was not so
widespread in extent nor so fierce
and destructive in spirit. Evonls
now transpiring mark the beginning
of a revolution, the end of which can
not bo foretold That It is part of
tho plan of Providence for tho ad
vancemont.of mankind, no ono can
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