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What is Best for Maui
Is" Best for the News
Ifyou wish Prosperity
Advertise in the News
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, I90&
1.", ,2m' J
J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
VVEDDICK and DINEGAR.
Hours of Wailuku.
( Wailuku OllicG 9:30
A. M. Wailuku
( Hospital 9 A. M
EDMUND II. HART
Notary Public, Convevenoer and
Agent to Grant Mabriaoe License
Oflice, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
A prominent citizen and leader
in politics throw us a bouquet the
other day while in our store. "What
a singularly neat store you have,
everything so up to dato, and you
seem to carry nearly everything,"
It is all quite true our stock Is
new, fresh and up to date, and Ave.
do" carry almost everything. Just
try us and you will iind wo aro quite
correct in orr assertion.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
lie Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. O. Jones Vice-President
F. W. Macf arlane. . 2nd Vico-Presicen t
C. H. Cooko Cashier
O. Hustaco , .Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tennoy, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. F. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savincs Business.
For the convenienctjof customers living out of
town, we pay particular attention to Banking by
mail. You can mail your deposit to us from your
own Post-office, stating on what conditions and terms
you wish it left, and immediately upon receipt of it,
a certificate of deposit or pass book will be mailed to
Accounts may be started with any amount from
one dollar up. :
Boiling house and 15,000 bags of sugar burned
at Onomea Mrs. Raymond gives
TO TAKE PASSENGERS FROM KAHULUI.
American Hawaiian Steatrship Co. will carry passengers
direct from Kahului to San Francisco Work
of Board of Supervisors.
ONOMEA LOSES $150,000
. BY FIRE.
On Monday Mr.yUeorgo Robert
son of C. Brewer and Co. received
two wireless messages announcing
the less on Saturday night by fire
at Onomea of the boiling room and
fifteen thousand bags of sugar.
Ho was at the residence of Ma
nager O. B. Wells of the Wailuku
Sugar Co. at the time and prepar
ed at once to go to Hawaii to in
vestigate. It has been learned
that the fire started in the trash
The vacuum pan and evaporator
were left standing. It is believed
the boiler is unharmed.
Mr. Iledeman of tho Honolulu
Iron Works and A. K, Gurry for
the underwriters went to Hilo by
Tho loss will not fall heavily
upon tne plantation as it was
fully covered by insurance.
Tho building and machinery
was insured by C .brewer sc Co.
for 21875, Hawaiiun Trust Co.
$18000, Castle & Cook $17750 B.
F. Dillingham $13000, Waterhouse
Trust Co. $8750.
The sugar was insured for $40000
by the Hawaiian Trust Co. $2000.
By MeFarlane and S10000 by M.
A. Ginbam & Co.
A further loss that many seem
to have lost sight of will bo the
loss the plantation will suffer in
being unable to grinds its cane.
Only a short time ago the steam
ship Co. took a contract to carry
freight to and from the plantation
for less than the railroad people
could do it and thus shut out the
building of the extension of the
Had the road been given the
contract for carrying the freight
all the cane in just such an emer
gency as this could have been car
ried to another mill and ground at
very little expense.
MRS. J. II. RAYMOND ENTER
TAINS. A greatly enjoyed progressive
pedro party was had at the home
of Mrs. J. H. Raymond on Satur
day of last week.
By seven-thirty o'clock the in
vited guests began to arrive and by
eight o'clock the eight tables were
filled with players intent upon
As the games progressed the in
terest became intense and when
the eighth progression was finished
Mr. F. ilons of the Kahului Rail
road office was found to stand at
the head of the list with Thomas
Cummings- a close second, each
of whom won and was pre-sented
with a handsome prize.
The booby prize created much
merriment as it was a large lobster
and the winner Mrs. J. N. S.
Williams seemed to enjoy the joke
quite as much as any.
Those who lost cut the cards for
tho consolation prize.
Miss Anna Streubeck, District!
Magistrate W. A. McKay and J. N.
S. Williams each cut aces on the
first cut and as the judge cut an
aco the second time he was an easy
Among those present were Mrs.
Von Temsky, Mr. and Mrs J. N.
S. Williams, FerdinantLHons, Mr.
Cook, T. A. Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Wadsworth, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Moller, Mr. Muller, Mr. and Mrs.
II. Streubeck Miss Anna Streubeck.
Mr. and.Mrs. Copeland.Mr. and Mrs
George B. Sturgeon, Mrs. C. D. Luf
kin, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McKay,
Mrs. Ella L. Austin, Mr. and Mrs
II. M. Coko.Mr. and Mrs.L. M. Bald
win, Mrs. A. N. Kepoikai, Mr. and
Mrs. Thos. Cummings, 1 ho Misses
Nancy and Mollio Cummings H.
B. Wellor,Chester Doyle, Mrs. D. F.
Nicholson and others whose names
can not bo recalled by the reporter.
After tho games were played ex
cellent refreshments were served
and all agreed that tho event was
a thorough social succe-s.
TO TAKE PASSENGERS DIRECT
A matter that will bo of great
interest to all of tho people of
Maui is tho nnnuncement that all
tho Hawaiian American Steamships
have recently taken out a licenso
to carry passengers, and beginning
with the return trip of tho Novadan
to Kahului she will carry passen
Heretofore all the people of this
island havo been at the loss of time
and extra expense necessary to a
trip to Honolulu and were' often
disappointed on reaching tho city
in finding all. tho accommodations
already engaged., .
r-roin now on au this will ho
changed and thosu wishing to come
to Maui may do so with less expense
than formerly aud those who wish
to go to the Coast may know be
fore leaving homo whether or not
passage may be had and will be
able to make a quicker trip than
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
The board of supervisors held
their regular monthly meeting this
week in the board rooms. Among
the bills passed was one from tho
Inter-Island Steamship people for
carrying prisoners and a police
office from Pukoo to Honolulu.
This bill is the one that th6 su
pervisors returned twice for correc
tion as the company attempted to
charge the county five dollars for
each passage whereaB the usual
charge is but two dollars. The
company after trying twice to get
their exorbitant bill paid sent in a
bill for tho usual amount which
was ordered paid. A committe
from tho Wailuku District Im
provement Associotion waited up
on tho board to represent to them
what was desired by that organi
zation and ask that assistance be J
given in making permanent sido
walks through Wailuku. It seems
to be tho policy of the Association
to urge property holders to pay for
tne material used and urge tho
supervisors to lay out permanent
walks, fix the grade and have them
order tho sidewalks properly curbed
so tnat they may be uniform.
This seems fair and reasonable
and the owners of property will
make a good investment by com
pleting their part of the work.
The bill of the Hawaiian Star
for printing was returned for cor
rection to tho Territorial Auditor
as he had ordered the work done
without authorization and it was
noted that theircharge.with frieght
charges added, was over thirty per
x i. i .i
ueus uiener inan-r me amount
charged for some of the same work
done previously by the Maui Pu-
A communication was received
from the board of health asking
tne supervisors to designate dump
ing grounds for Lahaina and Wai
The grounds chosen for Lahaina
are tho TgroHnds now in uso and
the ones chosen for Wailuku were
the grounds given by Honorable
H. r. Baldwin at the request of
the Wailuku District Improvement
Association and fenced by funds
secured by subscription.
A resolution authorzing tho me-
cadamizing of the road from Camp
Two and Camp One of the H. C. &
S. Co. was passed.
All road overseers wero appoint
ed constables without pay.
ii An nnnlinotmn woo vnrQiinr1 t inn
I. H. Reuter asking to be appoint
dsanitarv insnectnr for thf dis
trict of Hana.
A notition was received from
the residents of Peahi asking that
a road be opened for the benefit of
those living makai of the present
road. This matter was referred to
the County engineer and will be
done in all probability in the near
ARRESTED FOR REACTICING
MEDECINB WITHOUT A
A Japanese by tho name of
Tsumi was arrested on last Friday
nignt by Chester Doyle of Honolu
lu and charged with practicing
medicine without a license.
Ho was arrested by Sheriff
Iho defendant was brought to
Wailuku where ho employed Coun
cil to defend him.
For some months the authorities
had reason to believe that this man
was practicing medicine and Ches
ter A Doyle was detailed to tho
work of catching him.
On comming to Maui Mr. Doyle
secured the services of a local Jap
and with Sheriff Saffery went to
Paia at night and through the door
saw the defendant place the sick
Japanese on an operating table and
overheard the conversation botween
When he had satisfied himself
that what ho had seen- and heard
was sufficient to warrant the arrest
of the would bo doctor he entered
the house and had him placed un
At the trial no evidonco was put
on for the defendant and a fine of
two-hundred dollars was imposed.
An appeal was taken and the
case will bo brought before tho
A. L. C. Atkinson assumes governorship today,
House passes large pension
BLUEBEARD HOFF TO HANfi.
Illinois supreme court deines demurer of Johann Hoff
Ohio fixes railroad fares at 2 cents
CHICAGO, Feb. 9.- The supremo
case of Bluebeard Hoff. Ho will be hanged Feb. 23rd.
COLUMBUS, Feb. 9. The governor has signed the bill fixing
railway passenger rates at two cents per mile.
TOKIO, Feb. 9. Tho bill providing for the continuation of tho
war taxes has passed tho house of representatives by a vole of 231 to 21.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 9. Tho house has passed the pension bill,
carrying appropriations amounting to $149,000,000.
HONOLULU, Feb. 9. Atkinson will assume authority as governor
on arrival of Alameda today.
WASHINGTON, Feb.8-Case has appeared before tho House Com
mittee on Territories and made on argument in support of the bill to
devote a part of the customs duties collected at tho ports of Hawaii to
WASHINGTON. Feb. 8. Consideration nf tlm Rmnnf. on bo hna
hoan rnanrrtn1 in tlm Cnnntn
HAVANA, Feb. 8. Cuba's wedding, gift to Alice Roosevelt is
collar of pearls.
CHICAGO, Feb. 8. A great supply of coal is being gathered .'inv
this city in anticipation of a strike.
T rkXTTvrvXT T71l. o ri 1 I f
L.vii7wn, ruu. o. onamoenain
cept tho leadership of Balfour.
HAoninuium, I'cpruary o.
sensa,tion in tho Senate by tho introduction of a resolution declaring?!
that it was a violate of their oaths as Senators, and of tho Constitu- ;
tion of tho United States, for the caucus to attempt to coerco Domo- 1
crats to vote against tho treaty with San Domingo. Patterson says
that he intends to join the Republican party.
A cablegram from Washington on the afternoon of February 3 an
nounced that tho Democrats had agreed to oppose tho ratification of
tho treaty with San Domingo, and although it was not so positively
stated, this agreement was probably the result of caucus action.
Cable dispatches of a dateoneday latter said hat tho votes of
four Democratic Senators would bo needed to pass tho treaty, and as'
the Democrats had agreed to opposo its ratification this looked as
though the President would loso in his fight with the Senate on the
With Patterson breaking away from tho caucus and evident
ly intending to defy it, this is not so certain. Thomas Macdonald
Patterson was elected to tho Sonato from Colorado by the joint votes of
Democrats, Silver Repudlicans and Populists in 1901, having Previous
ly served in Congress and held other high positions, and upon taking
oflice announced that he would enter
In all his political career ho has
although ho once helped to carry Colorado for Weaver against Grover.'
Cleveland, Ho has always been an ardent, free silver advocate.
XV A STTTWfiTn V PU,,. a
bor Metcalf has approved the report of the commission appointed to
revise the regulation for tho admission of Chinese into tho United
States. The Bertillon system for the
m A &
mission will bo abandoned, and more moderation and consideration
will bo shown in handling Chinese who arrive in tho country. It is be
lieved that this amelioration of the enforcement of tho act will check
the boycott in China.
ABERDEEN. Scotland. Februray 5. The British bark Dun"
britton, from Hamburg via Leith for
foundered off May Island. Fishermen assort tho'vessel is probably
uismasteu aim may ue Bavcd.
HONGKONG, February 5.
police, foreigners hero aro apprehensive.
- PEKING, February 5. Responding, to anti-American influence,
Viceroy Chi Li has discharged Professor Tonny, Director of Education.
Tho boycott of American goods
.Illflo-f A. IV. Krknilz-o!
to run top tne Bulletin's Automobile ppize.
TTl f 9 1 jC
i nc juue is au pignt
court denied tho demurer in tho ,
1 ..... ..
nas announced tnat no will ac?
rauerson ot uoiorado lias caused a vri
tho Democratic caucuB.
nover acted with the Republicans,
e-(..., P n tIV5
examination of applicants for ad-
Honolulu, is reported to have
Owing to tho insufficiency of tho
Imp Kaa ..cm ..-4-.cwf
end we will gladly give