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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1906
COIINEY AT LAW
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WEDDICK ontl DINEGAR.
TTntirs nf Wnllulru.1
' .4V,- ' ( Malulanl Hospital 9
1. Dineoaii a. m. Oflico 9:30 to
.;" ', (10.30 and 5 to 7 p.m.
DMUND H. HART - -yrAitv
Pdblio, jDonveyenoer and
ient to Grant Mabbiaqe License
Oflico; Circuit Court. 2nd Circuit
" NOTARY PUBLIC.
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!tisall right to lot your little
rls and boys run about barefoot
, onco in a while, but not all the
ne. Their poor littlo feet soon
come big, brond and Bwollen, and
oy won't thank you for that
ten they grow into men and
vVo have imported a lino of shoes
ecially made for school children,
ey arc strong andncat. You.
1 have no reason to complain
Kinqy nleo bear in mind that
havjr the finest lines of Ladies'
's shoes from the greatest
m the world.
it id' Under the Laws of
i Republic of Hawaii.
' - Vice-President
:e$&iV. . .Assistant Cashier
jneyv, J. A. McCandless,
.lietbn, E. V. Bishop.
it'for... General Commercial
Ail of- the lodges of the order of Knights of
Pythias Jo unite in getting1 suitable
IMPROVEMENT AT KAHULUI.
A new telephone system inaugurated Onomca
land slide nearly kills three
then began a hunt for the woman.
She was found further down the
bank unconscious from the shock,
and carried to the road and after
ward taken to Papaikou, . where
the services of a physician wore
obtained. The first report received
in Hilo was to the effect that a
half dozen houses and their occu
pants were carried down and" the
men killed, but this was one of the
usual exaggerations following an
accident of this kind.
The accident was caused bv men
working on the road turning flume
water in the ditches in order to
clean them out. Hawaii Horaldi
IN SAN FRANCISCO.
The Gas and Electric Co. suffer serious loss
by fire-New Spreckels building burned
WAILUKU MAN MURDEROUSLY ASSAULTED.
LAW GETS A WARM
PYTHIANS WANT NEW
Negotiations were opened tenta
tively by Supervisor Moore with
Fred Harrison this' morning for
the purpose of securing the entire
second iloor of the new block which
Harrison is building at the corner
of Beretania and Fort streets, for
the purposes of a "Pythian Castle"
or lodge rooms for the Knights of
Pythias. Supervisor Mooro was
appointed a committee of one from
his lodge to seo what could be
done in the way of getting new
and adequato quarters fortho over
growing ranks of the plumed
knights and the chances are that
the deal will go through, as Harri
son states that he is willing to
enter into negotiations.
"The matter is all iir the air at
present," said Mooro this morning,
"but wo want to get new quarters
and if wo can got the top floor of
the Harrison block I think that
everyone would bo satisfied as it
could be laid out on plans suita
ble to our needs. We have three
lodges hero Mystic, McKinley and
Oahu and I feel suro that With
rapid growth of the order we would
be more than justified in taking
tho new place, that is, of course, if
satisfactory arrangements can bo
It is understood that the Pythi
ans, should they make arrange
ments with Harrison would have
a big hall room which would be
available for all sorts of functions
and which would of course return
a revenue. - The lodge rooms, re
tiring rooms and officers' rooms
would bo arranged, to suit the
knights and tho owner has express
ed a willingness to put in a
seperato entrance on tho Fort
street side, if desired. Star.
Dr. F. A. ST. SURE
THYSIOIAN AND SURGEON
Oflico and Residence Walluku Hotel.
INSTALLS NEW SYSTEM
The Kahului Store has just in
stalled a new inter communicating
telephone syBtem that at once
commends itsself- to all and sub
serves the enda of use to a degree
before unknown on the island. The
new system is of inestimable vahle
not only to the manager and his
corps of assistants but is equally
appreciated by the many patrons
of the store that now out ranks any
store in the territory. The syBtem
is known as the intercommunica
ting telephone system, an apt
name, and was manufactured by
the Green Telephone and Electic
Company of Milwaukee Wisconsin.
There are twenty lines all in. and
ono tor each department. The
new method allows the manager to
communicate instantly with any
department and affords the same
facilities for any customer and en
tirely eliminates tho possibility of
any third party listening to the
The system was installed by the
Maui Telephone people . and the
perfection of its working is partly
due to their skill. Tho system is
an automatic ono and eliminates
tho necessety of wringing up and
Wringing off and is a vast improve
ment over the old system that en
' tailed long waitings and often
j The new plan will be apprcuiut-
odbv all nationalities alike and fills
a long felt want. f
Ti.E O NOME A LANDSLIDE.
For the convenience of customers living out of
town, we pay particular attention to Banking by
maii. You can mail your deposit to us from your
own I'ost-office, stating on what conditions and terais
you wish it left, and immediately upon receipt of it,
a certificate, of deposit or pass book will be mailed to
you. ' -
Accounts may be started with any amount from
IIILO, February 15. About
o'clock yesterday afternoon resid
ents at Onoiriea, near tho gulch,
were surprised by a terrific rum
bliig noise and the crashing of
trees. An inspection of the vici
nity resulted in finding that the
earth at tho side of tho gulch had
slipped down tho declivity and
carried with it tho store of K. Mut-
sumura that stood directly on the
bank. Thoro wero sovcral Japanese
men in tho building and one wo
man, and they wore carried down
tho embankment and covered up
with the mass of earth and stones
that was carried down in tho slide.
After much hard work tho men
managed to dig their way out and
Thompson &Clemons have filed
in tho Supreme Court a brief in
the case of the Territory against
Dr. J. T. McDonald, which is the
test case to decide the validity of
the law compelling physicians to
take out licenses, in which they
declare that tho law is one merely
in favor of "lomi lomi'' and so
palpably opposed to the constitu
tion that thoro is hardly an excuse
for argument. In support of ths
proposition that the law is invalid
the attorneys say:
The "reason and spirit" of ariy
law regulating the practice of tho
"healing art," would, presumably
be, the welfare of the public, whom
the legislative is supposed to repre
sent, but one oan, in all fairness,
see nothinig in this enactment but
an intent to discriminate in favor
of a particular, class of "healers"
an intent which was carried out
by aft amendment of provisions of
4aw which operated fairly and
without discrimination upon all
within their scope. In other words,
the law was amended by making
"Under the provisions of the
amendatory act, an osteopathist
may practico surgery upon an in
nocent community, without having
had any special training in that
science, other than tho limited
experience necessary for theobtain
ing of a "deploma from any legally
chartered and regularly conducted
school of college of osteopathy,"
while a general "regular practition'
er" or a specialist in Burgery with'
out, as this Court must take judi
cial notice, a prolonged and vigor
ous course in both medicine an:
surgery. In other words, under
this law the osteopathist, littlo more
than a massage artist or trained
nurs3, is tree to practico tno im
portant art of surgory for which
the highest skill, training and
knowlcdgo are required, and which
cannot be practicod without a
broad founda tion in medicine
m biology, chemistry and even
mechanics and physics; while the
ordinary surgeon must have all
these qualifications of both physi
cian and surgeon. This law. would
operate to permit a man who in his
examination for permission to
practico medicine and surgery as a
physcian, had failed for incompot
ency in the subject of surgery, to
practice tho very art in which he
was incompetent and by reason
merely of his having a deploma
evidencing his qualifications to
practico tho refined art of massag
ing otherwiso known as osteopathy
John C. Pecanco Assaulted with pick by Portorican
laborer Struck over the heart In critical
Sugar 96 deg. 3.3G Beets 8s. ljd.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 22.-Fire broke out today in main firoplant
of Gas" and Electric Co. New Spreckols Building causing a million
dollars damage. ' ,
Tho business section of tho city is cut off from light, power, and
WAILUKU, Feb. 23. John O. Picanco a luna on tho Iao valley '-'-
road was assaulted today by Louis Rosario a laborer. He was struck
with a pick just over tho apex of the heart and is considered to bo in a jk
critical condition by his physician Dr. J. Weddick. L. Rosario is in jail, .-pfc
SAN PEDRO, California, Feb. 20. Tho steamer Olympia sails on
Wednesday for Honolulu with passengers and freight. Tho continu
ance of her trips is dependent upon the business offered. .
ALGECIRAS, Fob. 20. Germany has rejected tho proposition for '
the joint policing of the frontier of Morocco by Franco and Spain as - ' r
contrary to the spirit of equality between, the powers. -
It is evident that the Kaiser is determined not to yield . anything
to France in this Morocco business, until he is forced to do so. "
BUDAPEST, Feb. 20. The Hungarian Parliament has beon forci
bly dissolved by troops.
This is a part of tho parliamentary troubles that have of late
years characterized the adminstration of affairs in the dual empire ol
r ranz Josef. Austria and Hungary are held together by a very feeble..'
bond a bond that it has long been recognized would hardly surviveftf
tho death of the aged Emperor. This forcible dissolution of the Hun-.'
garian legislative body may bo followed by internal disorders that will
tear the two countries asunder even before that.
PEORIA, Feb. 20. John Mitchell, president of the National
Miners' Union, has refused the Democratic Convention's offer of a
nomination for Congress from this district.
ST. PETERSBURG. Feb. 20. Tho disruption of tho Cabinet is
expected in a few days.
WASHINGTON, D. C.,Feb! 19. Tho Housa today passed the bill'
prohibiting gambling in Territories of the United States.
This is tho measure which it has been hoped by local officials
would be enacted at this session of Congress. It has been recognized
that che fa and similar forms of Chinese gambling would be difficult
to stamp out in the Territory, without Federal aid. With Federal
help, it will be different. A territorial grand jury with limited means
at its command can reach only for a certain distance. Tho arm of
Undo Sam can reach around the world and will, too, to get a wit
ness or an offender.
WASHINGON, D. C. Feb. 19. President Roosoveltand Secretary
of War Taft are in 'favor of the construction of locks at the Panama
Canal in preference to a sea-level canal. This style of canal has beon
-recommended by a minority of consulting engineers, tho majority '-j
of tho Canal Commission and bv the chief encrineer. , 2
This would seem to bosomothinir of a denarture. because it has all
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aiong ueen mo unuorsianuing uuic ono oi uio cniei reasons xor uio.
preference given tho Panama route was that it presented the possibility'
for a canal on tho sea level. Thero can bo littlo question, howoverrtv
that a canal with locks would bo easier to build. - -
LONDON, Feb. 19. -King Edward VII. entered London in State n
today and opened the now Parliament.
This is tho usual formality attendant upon such occasions. The
King is a figurehead, but noither people nor Parliament ever fail in
respect to all the monarchical traditions.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 19. Congacssman Nicholas Long-
worth and bride, formerly Miss Alico Roosevelt, left today far a bridal
trip to Cuba.
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Feb. 11. Wong Fong, former secretary of-'
tho six Companies in San Francisco, who is visiting in this city, today
said tho Boxer troublo in China was about to culminate in Jtho great-. .
est massacre of modern times. Ho (issued the following warning to
several American friends tonight, telegraphing it to Seattlo, Los Ange-'
les and San Francisco: v .
"The blow is about to fall. Cable warnings to friends to leavo
China at once. Tell thorn to seek tho protection of Germany tempora
rily and to get out of the country before February 24,
Fong is visiting Ah Loo Wai, the wealthiest member of tho lacol
Chinese colony. After the messages wero sent, ha exnlained their
"I received word this morning that an order lia4 jHJon,3ft out to
tho subordinate circles of tho Chineso Roform ASjOQiRtioAo throw
off all foreign olomontB in our country, Btartui BflUryaryaVi. Tho
association is ostensibly patriotic,
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