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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1906
. M. VIVAS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
,. " ', -- Maiiket Street
: : MAUL
." ' Doctors
WEDDICK ond D1NEGAR
Dn. Weudicic I '
Hours of Wailufiu.
( MnltJlani Hospital J)
Dh. Dinkoar a. m. Ofllce 0:30 to
( 10.30 and 5 to7 p. m.
Mnlillanl Hospital J)
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Public, Conveyencer and
Typewriter , ,
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
' Notary Public.
LAHAINA, ,. MAUI
. It is nil right to let your little
girls;antl beys run about barefoot
ed dnco in a while, but not all the
time. Their poot little feet Boon
bccomo big, broad and swollen, and
thojr won't thank you for that
when they grow into m'en and
Wo ha ve imported a' line of shoes
especially made for school children'.;
They, are strong and, neat. You
willjiave no reason to complain
about tho'pricc. ' - ;
Kindly also bear in mind that
wo have the finest lines' of Ladies'
and Men's shoes from the greatest,
shoo firm in the .world.
MAUI DRUfi STORE
V. A. V.ErLESEN. Prop.
Incorporated Under the Laws' of
; -' the Republic of Hawaii.
CAPITAL.!. . ,.x $600,000.00
SURPLUS. . . $200,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooko ...President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooko , Cashier
C. HustaOo.. Assistant Cashier
- J DIRECTORS.
E. D. Tennoy, J. .A, McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a .General jComjnercial
.snd Savings Business.
in Correspondence Solicited.
Tlie Bank of Hawaii
ii minimi ii i iiiiiii'ii in i i or
I'or the convf nit'jicc of ctistomtrs Iivng out of QlO'Tj
H town, we pay imrticnlar ulttntion to Hanking by YNlf f)
J mail. You can mail your dt-i.osit to us from your Vh$mJ A
own Fost-oflice, stating on what coiulitions and terms 3UaL(
ttfjL a certificate of deposit or pass book will be mailed to j ) r
Accounts may be started with any amount from tCH Juno
FW3j one dollar up. " 1 July, .
H; P. BALDWIN
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tt: P. .Baldwin undergoes successful operation
in Honolulu.--To improve Quarantine
Island. Meeting nights of the Lodges.
MAUI TO MANUFACTURE WINE.
Wine manufacture on Maui to be tried' by
local capital. Ah Toy assaulted .
by a boy.
II. P. BALDWIN UNDERGOES
As the result of a cold
tied in his
en? Honorable H
Baldwin underwent an operation.
'some daysago which was necessi-
a'ted by the formation of an absess.
The first operation "was not' suc
cessful and a second ono was per
formed Monday morning of this
week by Dr. G. S. McDona'gh a
graduate ofT6ranto University - of
Canada, who is a specialist' of rare
abiliiy-''?in 'Jsav diseases. He' was
jissistect by:"Drs. W;aterhouso, and
The operation consists of dril
ling" or chiseling the. mastoid pro
cess, of the temporal bonb exposing
and draining the mastoid cells.
"The-operation is a -'simple, one.
andi's attended ;With but little
danger if taken in time otherwise
the most serious results' follow.
Th'q operation on Mr. Baldwin.
proved entirely successful and after
coming from the influence of the
anaesthetic he was lesting.more
easily than he had-for. sometime,
The Kinau made a spepial trip
to Kahului for all of Mr. Baldwins
family last Saturday evening that
they might bo near him during the
The state of Mr. Baldwins health
is Of more importance to the peo
ple of Maui than that of any living
man representing as ho does such
vast interests and exerti ng as he
Dn. F. A. ST. SURE
I'lIYSIOIAN ANB SURGEON
Office and Residence Wailuku Hotel,
does such influence oyer tho social
political and financial status of tho
whole island. .
QUARANTINE ISLAND. V
It is learned that the Govern
ment has appropriated $20,000 for
the reclamation of Quarantine Is
land,' a thing that has been expect
ed for some time. Mr. Connor
who represents the. San Frqncisco
Bridge Company believes his com
pany will undoubtedly be given
the work, as there is no one else in
position to do it at the present time.
In . making the fill 160,000 cubic
yards of dirt, will be required, t'and
this will be. pumped in, if his com:
pany is given the workf by the
dredger now at - work 'in -makinjg
the harbor deeper. . - -
At the rate the big dredger is
now working, it will take only 20
days to complete Jthe work after
the job has been started. The bill
was rushed through Congress, ai it
was considered to be an emergency,
and it is not expected to be lone
until tho contract will be awarded.
After tho award is made, if it is .to
the San Francisco Bridge Company,
no time will bo lost in getting tho
dredgtr to work? The pipes will
simply be changed from their pre
sent location and put over on the
When the work is completed the
size of the Island in high tide' will
be considerably increased. Much
of it is now covered with water
'when tho tide. comes in, and if is
to improve this condition that the
contract is to ,bo let. Mr. Connor
has been in communication with
his company regularly concerning
the action of "the .Government in
making tho appropriation, and it
was no surprise fo him, -.to receive
the word that the matter had .been
settled. More details will be ob
tained in a .short time by mail,
Aloha Lodge Knights of Pythias
and Lodge Maui of the njaspnic
order both moot in tho same' b'uild-
iug each month in tho Knghtji of
Pythias hall'in Wailuku and -ivill
continue to do so until such timo
as tho masonic temple in Kahului
i ready for occupancy.
In order to avoid having "both
orders meet the samo nightv the
Knights of Pythias have adopted
a new, schedule of meetings. ' .
TJm lyjjts on which the " two
ders meet" ffr'tho year 'are'" as
follows; . vi " i - i
OF MEETINGS FOR 190G.
Month :'Mabon3 K.-.of P.
March " l'Otn. I7tlufc 81.
12. .;.; 26.
2d. 10. 30.
.i7th. ,..,jl4.r '28.
August 4th. 11. ' 25.
S'dptembcr 1st. 8. 22.
October 6th. 13.- 27
November 3rd. 10. 24.
December lBt 8. 22.
TO GROW WIND GRAPES.
The Kaupakulua Wine and Li
quor Co. h'aveinterested'the officials
in their plan to grow grapes on
Maui in largo quantities and have
secured the services of Mr. J. E.
Higgins from the experiment sta
tion who personally inspected the
land this week and pronounces the
floil, and climatic conditions good.
He.was met in Wailuku by Mr. J.
M. Vivas the president of the Com
pany and taken to Kaupakulua
that ho might make a personal in
spection. On his return he was mot by a
News reporter and spoke very
favorably of the prospects Of the
Mr. Higgins is an enthusiastic
agriculturist and horlicult'urist and
replies to tho statement t that no-
tmng wiu grow successiuily Here
on account of the great number of
nests with the assertion that the
same would be true of every state
in the union were it not for the
constant and systematic, warfare
ivag'ed against them in other places.
We hope he is correct- in his
conclusions and that the timo may
soon come when thousands of acres
of land that is now useless may
be made to support a thrifty pro
The efforts of the company will
be watched with much interest.
b6y assaults chinaman.
On Monday of this week Ah Toy
an old Chinaman came into tho
police station and from the amount
of blood on his face and clothes
appeared like an advance guard in
the Chinese American war.
Ho had teased a little Portu
gese boy whose reputation is none
too good and was s truck, in the
head by tho youngster with a
stone and received a bad scalp
He was attended by. Dr. Wed
dick and sent to the Hospital. Tho
boy is in jail awaiting a hearing
before Judge W..A. Mckay..
IHARA MEETS VIOLENT DEATH.
On Saturday morning Ihara a
teamBter in tb.o employ of the H,
C. & S. Co. while hauling cane
irorn tho cane scales to the mill in
Bome way fell under the cars and
was killed by having tho wheels
pass over his neck and part of his
While ho onq' saw him fall an
other teamster 'was just behind him
and called out for him to go ahead.
And when ho did not go on ho
went to see why he did not go on
and found him lying on tho track
dead. A corners jury was called
composed of the following: Sheriff
Saffory, J. N. . S. Williams Wm
Seabury, W.'Lougher, James Cunv
ing C. H. Fitzpatrick, R. B.
Church, who rendered the following
verdict "That wo find the deceased
was named Ihara, was a native f
Japan and uged about twenty
years, that.'ho come to his death on
the 24th day of February 190G froTh
wounds in, tho head cpused by
being accidentally caught under
the wheels of a loaded cane car at
Puunene mill Maui. This is the first
fata accident at the mill for a
long time and as tho class of work
was not at all dangerous it is one
of those accidents that'seems to oc
cur where least expected.
TO RAISE SALARY
A bill introduced in Congress to increase salary
of the president, Yice president, members .of
the cabinet, senators and congressmen.
NORWEGIAN STEAMER WRECKED.
Thirty persons drowned
Sugar 96 deg. 3.39
WASHINGTON, Mar. 2. Senator Gallanger has introduced a bill
fixing the salary of the, president at
dollars per year and of the vice president and members of "the cabinet -
at Fifteen thousand ($15,000,000) dollars per year. Tho speaker of
tho house at twelve thousand ($12,000,000) dollars per year and the. .
senators and representatives at seventy-five ($75,000) dollars per year.
The house of Representatives has
bill carrying sixty-nino millions of
HAUGESUND, Mar. 2. The
the Norwegian coast. Thirty porsons
VALETTA, Mar. 1. The United
McOlella'n with tho first infantry aboard 'arrived here today en routof J,
WASTTTWrSTflTJ Mar 1 ln,!Mn Hnnanl . .ottlnrl oot'V. '
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department that the American property at Nan Ohong is safe. Th'eYj
refucrees havo conn to Km' Kianue.
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WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 26.
chang has been destroyed by rioters.
1 he trouble is said to have originated in a uisnute between the
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French Jesuits and the Chinese officials. Sir Jesuits and two mom- .
bers of tho King man family, British
rioting. Order has been restored.
has been ordered to the scene from
nfT,TTMTlTA Smith Amnt?n
MIOM. 01 frllrWAl 1 T. n fSnl .......n 3a
sand death aloncr tho cost.
ST. PETERSBURG, Feb. 26.The national assembly is to meet T?
on May 10. .' . . f'-?
CANTON, Feb. 26. Tho situation hero is quiet. It is believed
that the Nanchang trouble is a local
spread. ' -
SACRAMENTO, Feb. 26. Senator French who was charged with ,
acceptance of a bribe during the: last
MANILLA, Feb. 26. General Wood whoso trip to Mindanao on.
inspection was delayed on account of preparations for Chinese trouble, ,
has gone to Mindanao.
SACRAMENTO, Feb. 26. Former' State Senator French charged
with accepting bribes was acquitted by the jury today.'
MANILA, Feb. 26. General Leonard Wood has gone to Mindanao
on a tour of inspection. . -
A fow days ago it was reported that this trip would be postponod '
on account of trouble in China.
WILLEMSTAD, Dutch West Indies, Feb. 26. It is ronorled Uiat
President Castro of Venezuela has decided to break with the Monroo
doctrine and expel foreigners. , '
Tho populace is reported to be desirous of an American protec
torate and immediate intervention.
BERLIN, Feb. 26. Kaiser Wilhelm has beon congratulated by
deputations of governmental bodies upon tho anniversary of his silver
wedding. Subjects of tho Empire have donated ten million marks for
charity in celebration of the event.
Arrangements have beon completed for the "marriago of Princo
Eitel on Tuesday.
William II., Emperor of Germany and King of Prussia, married
tho Princess Victoria of. Schloswig-Holstein-Londenburg-Augusten
burg, who is ono year younger than he. Tho Emperor was 47 yoar3
of ago on January 27. Prince William Eitel-Frederick, to bo married
tomorrow, is the Kaiser's second son, born in 1883. '
,VARSAW, Fob. 26. In a fight between Socialists and National
Democrats one was killed and fifteen wounded. '
ODESSA, Feb. 26. Three policemen were killed hero by a bomb. -
Cossacks afterward killed three anarchists.
GAMBIER, Ohio, Feb. 24. Kenyon Military Academy burned V-
vuuuj. imoo wjucio mo uiBsiiij, Xiigui wore mjureu ana 01 uieso
three will probably die.
CHICAGO, Feb. 24. Tho body of Murdorer Hoch, who was,
uuiitu jcBiuiuuj, ww wuucu 111 i
OF THE PRESIDENT.
on wrecked Steamer
Beets 8s. 3jd. f
seventy- five thousand ($75,00,000).'
passed the army appropriation
steamer Thir has boet wrecked off
States transports Kilpatrick andl
. . ,
-The American mission at NansVr.
The missionaries attached to
people, were killed .during tho-j.
The American gunboat El Cano J; 5
9ft A n fhVf linn n Va nr
MAnn.fful i n lint.n jMiinnrl . i . .11 n V
disturbance and that it will not ,
session of the legislature, has
uuui a num.
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