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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 17, Wb
What is Best for Maui
' Is Best for the News
J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
A ftVi.rmC?mn n mil
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
' W. J. IVIOODY
Coiil rnctor rind toullclor
PLANS and ESTIMATES
PHONE NO 1. KAHUXUI, JIAUl.
COND CIRCUIT COURT
EDMUND II. HAHT
Notary Public, Convkyenoeh and
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Oflice, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
It is all right to let your little
girls and boys 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
Wo have imported a lino of shoes
They are strong and neat. You
will have no reason to complain
about the price.
Kindly also, bear in mind that
we have the finest lines of Ladies'
and Men's shoes from the greatest
shoo firm in the world.
Judge Kepoikai opens March term of Court
D. L Meyer appointed foreman-Jury
waived cases disposed of.
ATTEMPTS TO RECRUIT JAPANESE.
They lived in a shed, nothing to
lay in except straw matting and
botwacn the lot two filthy dirty old
futons. Tho whole space which
the four had to livo in was not
more than five mats. The namo
of these people is Suzuki. I could
go on telling story after story but
WILL RUN AGAIN.
other besides myself have found Judge Alton B. Parker believes Roosevelt de
tno same stato of things over and i n r ! r
on co a i G-oiGUiiuir'-raooagG ui me uajjancoc
over again. What are we doing to
"Very careful investigations
have been mado and it is found
that in these three provinces there
are from 25,000 to 40,000 sick and
aged persons and helpless children,
not one of wliom can support him
railroad bill is assured.
SELLS TORPEDOBOAT PLANS.
japan Suffer for want of food.
mcnt. Acting Governor Atkinson will require district
magistrates to give bonds. - g
AN APPEAL FOR HELP.
Prom time to time we have pub
lished telegraphic dispatches rela
tive to the' famine stricken dis
trict of North East Japan and
now publish the following at the
thin, suffering babes at tho breast,
or whole families might be shown
huddled hopelessly in their un-
warmed homos dependant upon
what more favored people of earth
can send to tbeir district to help
Sugar 90 deg. 851 Beets 8s. 5jd.
BURMINGIIAM, N. Y. Mar. 16. Judge Alton
Steamer Oiympia finds few to sail for California Starving sel b hi lh and h ... unfD,,nu(inm!n rn
jaauuiiv ujjji.ui iui iu a huiwuimj m i iu i '-"'ji.i muBi oo neipeu lor some monins
whether it snows or not and no
matter it tho weather is com or
hot. But how bitter is their lot
in this severe winter.'
Columns might bo filled with
such descriptions of the present
conditions. Surely Hawaii 1 will
help to give relief. Subscriptions
will be received by tho Hawaii
them, until nature shows a more bhmpo and transmitted, as may
request of the editor of tho Hawaii kindly spirit. Sno wcovered grounds be desired by tho donors.
Shinno. whom the able bodied would work C. SHIOZAWA,
Americans generally do not rea- if thoy could and these, together
lize the terrible famino conditions with tho aged, tho cripples, the ATTEMPTS TO RECRUIT JAPS.
which induced President Roosevelt women and the children there
to urge subscriptions for the relief are from twenty-five to forty thou- The steamship Oiympia arrived
of sufferes in the North-East of sand sufferers all have no hopo off Kahului harbor last Faiday
.Tanan. Were this region one ac- but that tho human charitv that evening and attemnted to take a
cessible to, or frequented by, the always is ready to respond to real load of Japanese to California that Magistrates and certain of tho clerks must give bonds
correspondent and artists of the suffering will bo informed of their were supposed to have been indue- Dslegato Kuhio Kalanianaolo thinks the seventy five percent
great newspapers of the land, there diro need. In this .emergency, all ed to go through the efforts of two fund for Hawaii is assured.
an interview has stated that he is convinced that President
TOKlO, Japan Mar. 1G. Tho passage of tho bill to nationalize
the railroads is assured.
ST. PETERSBURG, Mar. 16. A great scandal has followed tho
discovery that the plans of the government topedo boats have been
sold to a foreign government.
PHILADELPHIA, Mar. 16. Harry N. Pillsbury tho chess play
er is seriously ill.
HONOLULU, Mar. 16. Governor Atkinson says all district
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under tho Laws of
tho Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas.-M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones . . Vice-President
C. H. Cooko Cashier
. C. Hustacc Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Athorton, E. F. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
over the civilized world and espe
cially in more fortunate parts of
Japan efforts aro being mado to
secure funds for tho stricken dis
tricts. Honolulu is asked to help.
The spectacle of a single woman,
would bo articles and illustrations
which would shock the world like
tho awful scene3 sent forth from
tho last great famino in India. In
Japan, as there, are women and
children starving and freezing to
death. -There aro thousands and
thousand of families unable to
obtain food to maintain life and
unable to protect their shrinking
bodies from the cruel cold of au
unusually severe winter. There
might bo pictures, as there were
from India, of slowly dying mo
thers giving of tleir last strength to because they are a long
Set those who have the
Japanese agents from Honolulu.
The steamer was about tho is
land for some days but failed to
find any number of men dissatis
fied with their lot and willing to
venture where In bor troubles would
a single child, freezing or starving soon become so acute as to render
to death, if close at hand, would it difficult for them to work and
bo, enough to melt the heart of any- would surely lead to the passage of
one seeing it, enough to stir him such stringent labor laws that not
to the most earnest, oven frantic, only would'the Japanese now liv-
MANILA, March 13. Gonoral Wood declares that in the battle
in the crater of Mount Dajo, near Jolo, the Moros used women and
children to shield their soldiers in tho hand to hand fighting when tho
Americans stormed up the mountain. The women were dressed in
men's clothing, and fought with the utmost desperation.
After the battlo Wood claims that many of tho Moros feigned death
and killed members of the hospital corps who wore succoring tho
ROCHESTER, N. Y., March 13. Susan B. Anthony is dead.
Susan Brownell Athony was born at Adams, Massachusetts, on
7.30 to 8.30 A. M. ) Malulani
2.30 to 4.00 P. M. Hospital
U to 8 P. M. ) 9 A. M.
8.30 to 10 A, M. 6 to 8 P. M.
efforts to give relief. In this case ing in America be affected but those February 15, 1820." She taught school from the timo sho was fifteen
there are thousands so suffering, who livo hero or wish to come here until she was thirty years old, and in 1852 organized tho first stato
nnd they aro not a bit the less.real to labor would bo under tho same women's temperance society. Sho was active in tho anti-slavery
way off. restrictions. agitation, but since tho war has devoted herself entirely to tho women's
imagina- 1 he failure of tho Oiympia will suffrage movement, of which sho became tho most distinguished ad-
tion picture the terrible scenes in prove a source of satisfaction to all vocate. Her activity in this cause has been for many years uncoas-
thoso luckless homes in Japan, and those m America who have the ing and her writings most voluminous. Sho was never married.
they will be sure to respond to the intrests of tho laboring men of ATHENS, March 13.-Gcrakaris, tho slayer of Premier Delyan-j
appeal for help. America at heart as well as those . . , RfinteneGd to death.
As showing the conditions that who wish to see the islands prosper
exist the following extracts are and realizo that laoor other man Costagcrakaris, which is the full namo of tho man who killed tho
quoted from tho Japanes press: white are necessary hero in the Greek Premier, was a gambler of Athens. who became incensed because
Du. F.A.ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office and Residence Wailuku Hotel.
own Post-office, stating on wl at coudHi-ms and terms
fjf you wish It left, and immediately upon rtceipt of it, flYl
livL ceitificate of dejosit or pass book wi'lbe mailed to j 41 j
Accounts may be started with any amount from ' iCjS
Enough has been Baid" of tho
distressing cases of starvation, they
are many but 1 will give one or
two in the village we aro giving
relief in a family of seven living
in a shed no window, all laying
in straw on the bare earth. Tho
aged father a cripple, tho mother
blind, a son farm laborer with wifo
and three voting children. Hus
band unable to work in tho land
because of deep snow. Another
THE CIRCUIT COURT
Promptly at 10 o'clock on tho 14
th inst the Circuit. Court of the
Second Circuit began its session
with Circuit Judge A. N. Kepoikai
presiding. For good and sufficient
reasons tio granu jury men a
family also seven in number, living Alberg ar.d Wm. Nawai were ox-
in a hole dug out of tho hill side, cuscd from duty. David U Meyer,
about 7Xb feet, four and half in
height, a little lean to roof or
kitchen 8XG feet. Tho whole
family huddle together in this
hole. Needless to say tho poor
mother and children look like sick
patients; tho eldest boy of 12 is ill
with consiynption, tho man'? name
is Sakuma Kishiroku. Further up
the hill most piteous cases aro
overvwhere. It is a wonder how
people live under sucli circum
stances. In nearlv all case one
finds a child hanging on to tho
it-other's bn ast, tho poor mother,
still full of Finiles, giving hor very
life to feed her child. Another
caso, an old mother aged 73 with
grandchildren; tho mother had
died two days before I arrived in
tho village. She loft hor aged
tho police had put a stop to his nofarious business. Ho shot tho Pre-
mier, a man well-beloved by the people, on tho 29th of May, last year.
GUERNEVILLE, California, March 13. This town has been
practically destroyed by fire.
Guernovillo is a liltlo town of possibly fifteen hundred people on
the lino of tho North Pacific Coast railway. Of lato years it has be-,
come somewhat popular as a summer resort for San Francisco people.
LOS ANGELES, California, March 13. A great rainstorm has
visited Southern California and Arizona, doing much damago and
practically demoralizing railroad traffic. At Globe, Arizona, tho jail
was undermined by the flood waters and collapsed, necessitating the
removal of the prisoners.
VICTORIA, B. C, March 13. A lot of wreckage has been washed
was appointed foreman of the jury Qn Grahnin Iihind markcd "Steamer Zapora." The vessel
and after tho usual charge to the
iurv touching upon thoir duties
and needs of the comic unity they
retired to a room in tho new Jail.
in tho fisheries, and carried a crew of thirty men.
PARIS, March 13. Soventcbn rescuers working in tho coal mines ;
at Lens have perished.
HONGKONG. March 12. Captain Ward with forty pieces of
They wore waited on and assisted nrtiHery has been ordered to Peking to guard tho British Legation.
in their labors by Deputy Attorney
General Wm S. Fleming.
Tho most of tho offenders seem
to ho Por'.o Ricans and there are a
member of Koreans who will havo
to answer for their misdeads.
Jardim wlip is charged with rapo
has fori! ted ono thousand Dollars
bail and a bench warrant was is
sued for him.
Tno case of tho Territory of
Hawaii vs. Ko Zeo"called for some
PEKING, March 12 Tho illness of the Emperor is not serious.
TANGIER, March 12. Owing to tho failure of tho wheat end
barley crops, famine is threatened.
BUENOS AYRES, March 12. President Quintana is dead.
PARIS, March 12. Tho deaths from tho Lens colliery disaster
aro now stated at eleven hundred. Tho military is holding tho mour
ners in check.
Yesterday's dispatches had tho death roll 1219, or 119 larger than
tho foregoing. It U ono of tho worst colliery disasters on record, and
tho wholesalo grief at tho scene must bo appalling.
Van Buren. of New York, has been convicted of adultery and senten?
mother with a son ago 18 perhaps caustio comments from the bench ced to threo months imprisonment.
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