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WAILUKU, MAUI, H.T., SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 190b
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J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
. Market Street
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
, ft. ,
WEDDICK and D1NEGAR.
i Usual ofllco
TO OAHU JAIL.
( Hours of Woiluku.
Mnltilant Hospital 9
3 a. tn. Ollico 9::?0 to
( 10.30 and 5 to 7 p. m.
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Public, Conveyenoeu and
Agent to Grant Marriage License
"Office, Circuit Court, 2ui Circuit
; Notary Punuo.
"It is all right to'lct your little
girlB and beys run about barefoot
ed once in a while, but not all the
time. Their poor little feet soon
become big, broad and swollen, and
they won't thank you for that
when they grow into men and
'We havo imported a lino of shoes
especially made forschool children.
They are" strotig and neat, You
Will have no reason to complain
about the price.
Kindly alpo bear in mind that
wo Have the finest lines of Ladies'
ancl?,Men's shoes from the greatest
shbe'firm in the world.
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Bank of Hawaii
Eight . inmates of Wailulcu Jail sent to Hono
.lulu Eata'lly injured by explosion of
An old "man beaten and robbed for the pitiful sum
of sixtyecnts Experimenting in grape
TAKES CRIMINALS TO PRISON.
George Sea, deputy high Sheriff
arrived in town Wednesday from
Honolulu to take all territorial
prisoners to Honolulu for co-n
fincment in prison.
Heretofore short term prisoners
havo been confined in the territo
rial Jails throughout tho various
counties where both misdemeanor
prisoners and those sentenced for
infamous crimes wero confined m
the same jail and had to associate
This wap contrary to law and
made-it possible for 'misdemeanor
prisoners to boreleasfd on habeas
Corpus proceedings. Whilo the
County will loso much by the
new order no one can justly com
plain as the confinement of persons
for-slight offences with hardened
criminals is repulsive to any fair
minded persons anil contrary to
. Incornorated Under tho Laws of
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tho Republic of Hawaii.
. UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
H. C.;- Joiiqs Vico-P rcsiden t
C. H. Cooke Cashier
" C. Hiistaco . .Assistant Cashier
" A E. D. Tenuoy, J A, McCariilless,
C. H. Atherton, E. F. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
During the last two months the
Waineo Church- in Lahaina ha3
been thoroughly repaired at a
heavy expense. The repairs are
now completed, and on next Satur
day a-lttau is to be given at noon.
vagrants that hang around town.
Ho was struck in tho back of the
head and received a severe cut that
laid his scalp open as ho fell he
turned and was struck in tho face
with a largo stono that laid him
out. His friend turning to protect
him was struck with a largo stono
in tho face and pelted over tho
body and ran away. Tho as
sailants wore Portoricans who then
robbed tho old man of all he had
in one pocket which was but sixty
cents leaving the rest of his money
in anothor pocket where he had it
hidden and tied up in his hand
This is the second time recently
that the old man has been robbed
on the same road.
On tho former occasion when ho
was on his way home two Porto
Ricans offered to assist him home
and on reachinc home found ho had
tor tno evening tne lonowing : been reiioml of tho money ho hnd
One Porto Rican has been ar-
Nansen has been appointed Minister to London-
The President has 'accepted the resignation
of Justice Brower.
TO PROTECT MISSIONARIES IN CHINA.
Missionaries in greater danger in China Railroads
to be prosecuted. President and vice president .
of the Mutual Life Arrested.
collont concert has been prepared.
Admission to each is J50 for
adults .25 for children. Tickets
of $1.00 havo been issued admitt
ing one person to both the concert
1 Instrumental byLahainluna Gleo
2 Full chorus "Hoomaikai man'
by Wainee choir.
3 Full chorus bv Lahainaluna
1 Vocal solo Asthoro by Miss
K. Pihi. Accompanied by Mrs.l
5 Piano solo by "Miss Sarah White.
0 Female chorus Ave Maria.
7 Male quartet Kawaihau.
8 Violin solo (selection)by Count
9 Chorus Lusan by Lihau glee
10 Chorus Hoighol Sailor
11 Chorus by Lahainaluna
12 Drill & Tableau by straw
rested and the sheriff belives he
was ono of the crowd that commit
ted tho robbery.
For some timo it has been notie
cd that these people are hanging
around town and have no visible
means of support. Putting a lot
of them to work on the roads as
vagrants would benefit the county,
.teach them a much needed lessiii
and make our streets less dangerous
POPULAR COUPLE WED.
On February 24th'. Miss Isa
bella Borba of Wailuku was mar
ried to Mr. Antono J. Fcrhandes
of luihului. 'I no ceremony was
performed at the Catholic Church
in Wailuku and many friends
from all over Maui and many
'f.. TT I TVf
T ldi piuouui. iui
Fcrnandes occupies a good position
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1U11 LUU WI1UI1 Willi IUU JVUUUIUI
Sugar 9G deg. 34375 Beets 8s. 3ld.
' CHRISTIAN! A, Mar. 9. Nansen has been appointed minister-
to London. v
WASHINGTON, Mar. 9.-The President has accepted the resignation
of justice li rower of tho Supremo Court.
PEKIN, Mar. 9. Eighteen guns have been forwarded to Sh'untel
Fu for tho protection of tho missionaries.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 9. Tho government has decided to proceed
against Railroads upon a charge of granting rebates to sugar trusts.
SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. 9.Suit has been brought in Federal
Court hero against Otis Elevator Company. upon a charge oE violating
TRONDHJEM, Mar. 9. Twenty-one fishermen killed and thirtyf
nine injured by an avalanche on Lofoden Island.
NEW YORK, Mar. 9. Tho President and vice president of the
Mutual Life Insurance Co. have been arrested for forgery.
ROME Mar. 9. Marchioness Corsini his been killed in an Auto
HONOLULU, Mar. 9. Brown won in tho Spreckels-Brown land
suit. Steamer Olympia with Japanese laborers leaves today for Seattle
by way of Kahului.
WASHINGTON, Mar. G. Pn sidont Roosevelt has sent a special
W. J. MOODY
Contractor and builder
PLANS and ESTIMATES
PHONE NO 'l. KAHULUI, MAUI,
Dn. F. A. ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND SUHOFON
Ollicn and Rcsidenco Wa'luku Hotel.
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message to Congress urcine that further provision' be made for coast
Kauroaa ana a special train was defenses. The President recommends especially tho strengthening of-
run lor ttio accommodation 01 tne tho fortifications at Manila, Pearl Harbor, Guam, Honolulu and tho
muii; iiu5 ui MiOJ,uuiiB wjuym Atlantic and l'acilic entrances to tne l'anama Uanal. U'lie total ap-
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wno wisneci to attend tne wedding. pr0priations asked for amount to fifty millions of dollars.
Alter tne weduinu a recention
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and luau was given at the homo t resuteni nooseveit Deneves tnai me unuca oiaies snouiu sireng
of tho bride which was attended bv thcn its position particularly in tho "ocean of the future." This coun-
soveral hundred people. A special trv ncw 1101US a liao 01 possessions mat gives it ino strongest possioio
Vocal &olo Ancles Serenade Miss nlntfm-m wns nrnniwl for tho nn. strategic position in the l'acilic. A line of forts, however, is only as
L. K. Pihi Piano and Violin ac- casion where dancinir was enioved strong as the weakest of them. If an enemy should break through tho
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companiment by Mrs Aalberc until a late hour. American line across tne iraomo at any ono point, me wnoie woum uo
& Count von Zedwitz. Excellent music was furnished. most seriously imperiled. Military men have long recognized tins-over
nimrns Pnlnmn. Pnn hv- Lilinn tv, j o ,ini,tw f At,, a snico the conclusion of the Spanish war, m fact. Tho President now
Piano duet (Selection) Miss Ilad
ly and Mrs Decoto.
C Chorus O'er
Mix voices. "
5 Violin solo Solection
0 Chorus by Lahainaluna
Borba one of the pioneer merchants calla tho attention of Congress directly to tho matter, paBsing the ro-
the beautiful sea 0f Market Street Wailuku where sponsibility ot the continuance ol the present condition to the legtsia-
she has assisted her father in the vo ')0tly-
by Count conduct of his business for somo PEKING, Mar. 6. General Yuan Shi Kai is fortifying .the ap-
years and in which sho displayed proaches to tho capital with modern artillery, upon tho pretext that
gleo considerable business ability. Mr. secret societies are active and it is necessary to protect the imperial
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I'uiiiunuua is a ivuiuy j-uuiij; intiu lainuy.
In the newspapers, ihc chief topic, is tho Amorican roportsv-qf , a
military expedition to China. 1 x
LONDON, Mar. G. Japan has decided to send Japanese warships
to Chinese waters for tho protection of Japanese interests.
7 Male quartet Maid of Honolulu, nonular wherever known and has
8 Vocal duct He Lei no Kaiulani the full confidence of his employers.
Mifscs Pihi. Their many friends join in wishing
9 Drama The Old Oakon Bucket, them, a happy married life.
10 Female chorus Hawaii Aloha.
11 Chorus I. ahaina lco club. experiment ING in grapes. It is apparent that China proposes to bo ready, whatever turns.
12 Full chorus Hip, hip, Huro! r ,,cf' ,I Oni- at,, n n tim,ii The power that tries to March to rekmg next will lind that the thing
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Wainee choir, (u) Aloha oe (b) came mi from tho United States 1S not eo ensy now as it once was, and when tho capital of China is
Hawaii Fonoi. Experiment Station on Oahu to reached it will not fall so readily as before. All tho news that conies
plant out ior experimental pur- rfrom tlio Far East is ominous.
U,tJt II M Jain i . ui w wi m in tJ
Tor "lie cot v.nini i V'i..t..n I s i t
II, we J a' Jartirui.r . tuntioii to jJ.MiW.i. S()
1. Vou can mail your ck-i.os.it to us Jrom our
own rost-ofTice, sthtittR on wlmt comliti 'iis and tt r-jis
you wish It left, ami immediately upon receipt of it,
ce rtificnte of derosit or rare l'fok will bo mailed to
"Atcounls may Le started with any Atuouut from
one dollar up. '
A i't'tbrican working on the lao
Valley road aciiidontally sqt off a
twenty-five pound open can of bhuk
prwdcr on Tuesday morning and
received k vcre burns which will
itcei fFarilv caue death.
Hih ili-sh was si-artd from h
fu. t to the lop. of his huttd on the
f i mil of his body. As no ono was
prifent at the timo it is not known
jiift how tho j'.ccident occurred, lit'
w;ib Imsttiuil into a hack and
taken lo the Malulani Hospital
where he received tho- medical as
sistance of Dr.
poses a largo number of grapes on
tho property of tho Kaupakalua
Lieutenant Gcncrnl Sir William Forbes Gatacre was ono of tho
Wino and Liquor Coinpanys' estate British generals who' came through tho. Boer war with credit' to his
military reputation. 11c was born in 1843, and saw service in Bur
inah, India, tho Soudan an,d South Africa. Ho first met with serious
iovorses in fighting tho Boors, but eventually retrieved these and was
mado commander of the Third pivision of tho South African field force.
lie brought with him about
twontv-fivo hundred cuttings of
ovorone Hundred varieties and
planted them on the grounds select
ed hv ilr. J. E. llicjiins who was
hero recently from the station for
the purpopo of making tho solec
tion of proper lands for them
A DASTARDLY ROBBERY.
Last Saturday night an
man by tho name of Johnny Smith
This torriblo tragedy may be easily understood, as to manner of
its happening, by peoplo who are acquainted with coasts that are ice
bound in winter, which are also aro indonted with bays or bights with
Mr. Bradford is an onthusiatic openings to tlio sea broador than their widest internal uunenson. A
horticulturist and is a linn believer strong wind or a sea curront may scparato the ice covering tho in
ill tho future of crape growing duntation from tho shore, at short warning. RiuiRinir tlio whnU nrn tn
for the island. . Liifi inin Mm r..,i ; o.. tao:i.i. t.nn
(4 liiiK itildiml Ttililinr fiiltitrnl J ""j
too and has planted man v trees on """ nnianuers wore out iisning inrougn noies cut in - tlio ice, a
tho Btation grounds and thinks common practice m many lands. Or they may havo gone ouVto help
that in timo rubber will supplant "ring to saoro tlio crews ol Korm-battored fishing vessels of tho fleets
sugar in importance in tho islands, reported missing after dreadful gales in tho nothern seas within tho
As rubbor requires ono class of soil nRt fu- .In v Wlmt nwr -tlm v worn rlnintr nn ntvfnl fna irtiifl nnnnnr
to havo overtaken these eight hundred of tho fisher folk of Finland.
and climate and sugar another all
old must wish the ipdustry as complete
a success as ho holeives it will
whileonhiswav homo accompanied u!U;nately ,n"ain He completed gone to Sebastian, where they will
wniitonniswaj nomujiLcompauiLu ,is labors at JCaupakalua this weok ?j0 fi, v i ,n;.
by a' Portugese blac& smith was and returned 4o Honolulu from to arrange tho royal wedding.
assaulted by, fcvino many Kahului per tho steamer Claudino.
MADRID, Mar. 5. King Alfonso and tho Queen Dowager havo
meet Kim? Edward- and Princess
LONDON, Mar. 6. Goneral Gatacro is dead.
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