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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, APRIL M, J 90b
What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
EDMUND II. HART
NOTAIIV PuUT.lO, CONVEVENOER AND
Agent to Grant Marriaoe Lioenbe
Ollico, Circuit Court, 2nri Circuit
Tho perhaps nntur.il but rather
unexpected result of our Inst ad
was a tremendous, unprecedented
. rush for thoso shoes from the great
est shoe-factory in thovorld.
Men, women and children stood
in'lino awaiting their turn to be
served. A crush ensued, but for
tunately no lives were lost.
It is no trick at all to sell thoso
shoes. They sell themselves. Come
and. look nt them, and you will see
V. A. VETLESEN. Prop.
Tie Bank' of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
, Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustaco. Assistant Cashier
' E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. F. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
O R S .
IAEDDIGK & DINEGAR
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DR. DINRGAR. DR. WEDDICK.
7:30 tp 8:30 A. M. 8:30 to ro A. M.
2:30 to 4 P. M. 12:30 to 2:30 P. M.
6 to 8 V. M. 6 to 8 1. M.
jNInlulaui Hospital. 9 A. M.
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Thc-rt i'' no lHu-C" so sifc '01 li.tri' ...:iri Joll .r lis
in the strong burglar jiroo; . uh 01 a National Bank.
Our Iiank has the great lulvautujji: of government
protection and direction. Uncle Sam guards and
guides us. You should open an account with us at
once. If out of town, 'write us and learn to bank by
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU,
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
A Substantial Wharf with Warehouse Erected
Teachers of Wailuku District Hold
Well Attended Meeting.
DEATH OF HARRY COPP,
Harry Copp Dies at His Home in Makawao After a Short
Illness Was Formerly Captain of Police Report of
County Attorney to Board of Supervisors.
MCGREGOR'S LANDING COM
PLETED. At exactly twelve 'o'clock noon
Monday of this week the work on
McGregor's Landing was complct
Cotton Brothers & Co. had the
contract and since the work was in
charge of Mr. A. II. Moore, it has
been done rapidly.
The completion of this landing
will be of groat convenience to
thoso who travel to and from Ha
waii by the Kinau and Mauna Loa
and wish to visit Central Maui as
tho Landing will be a great im
provement over tho old Maalaca
Landing that was much exposed to
While no one expects this land
ing to bo so much used, nor tiny
thing like so good as the landing
at Kahului, yet it will bo a great
convenience and much safer than
the one formerly used on that side
of the island.
The length of tho wharf com
plete is two hundred feet, and is
sixteen feet wid8, with a head of
thirty by thirty feet.
The concrete piers are of suffi
cient numbers, sizo and depth to
mako the wharf a permanent
structuro while the cut water
affords double protection..
At tho end of the whnrf sixteen
feet of water may bo found at an'
tiniQ, and on tho wharf is two hun-
dred and forty feet of railroad
track which will make it easy to
bring freight from tho end of tho
wharf to tho warehouse.
There is a substantial warehouse
twenty-four feet by forty feet for the
accommodation of freight, and a
comfortable office and waiting
room for passengers.
Instead of the cutting winds- of
Maalaea, one may wait in comfort
for the steamer.
The second meeting of tho Wai
luku branch of the Maui Teachers'
association was called to order in
the Wailuku school house at 10
o'clock on Friday morning, April
Gth, 190G, with eighteen teachers
After the reading of the minutes
of the preceding meeting the pro
gramme opened with a pianola
Mrs. Oopelar.d read a paper on
"Phonics," demonstrating her meth
ods and the results to bo obtained
by a class ot her pupils who wero
in attendance. The ability of the
youngsters to read and pronounce
new and difficult words at sight
was a revolution to somo of those
As an illustration of hismothods
111 story-tollinE. Mr. Rosecrans
told tho story of "Chicken Little,"
to a class of children. He then
gave a paper on tho general topic
of tho cultivation of correct forms
of speech by tho pupils. The most
effectivo way to procure correct
speech is to have tho pupils read
stories, written in good, idiomatic
English, memorize them, and then
reproduce them with as much
dramatic action as possible.
A pianola solo followed.
Inspector Wells read from tho
preface of a manual on tho teach
ing of phonics by means of diacrit
ical marks. This reading provoked
a discussion on tho gonoral topic of
phonics, in Avhich Mrs. Austin, Mr.
Rosecrans, Mr. Copeland and oth
ers took part.
Mr. "Spoils then discussed tho
subject of fstory telling. Ho thought
the best method was that which
Ute individual teacnor could use
best. Mrs. Austin explained her
method. Mrs. Hofgaard thought
(hut for the eako of securing ex
pression emphatic words ought to
be marked by tho toaohor.
Mrs. Austin read a selection from
Mr. H.IW. Mabio s work on the
importance of reading, Sho nlso
toid of some of tho interesting
things she saw in Massachusetts
and Maine during her recent visit
DEATH OF HARRY COPP.
The death of Harry Copp of Ma
kawao, which occurred last Friday
evening at nine o'clock, removes
from our midst ono of Maui's most
respected and brightest young men.
Mr. Copp wns twenty-seven
years old last November, lie was tho
picture of perfect health and a man
of unusual sizo and perfect physic
al formation and of prepossessing
For some years he had been con
nected with tho police department,
and recently resigned as Captain
of Police in Wailuku.
He was a son of District Magis
trate Copp of Makawao, and was
bqm on the estate whero ho was
hurried on Sunday.
Ho was suffering from pneumo
nia, but had been ill for a few days
and no fear was entertained until
the evening of his death.
Tho funeral was largely attend
ed by friends from all over Maui
who deeply regret his untimely
REPORT OF COUNTY ATTORNEY
Month' of March, 190G.
The report of County Attorney
was submitted in person and was
To the Honorablo Board of Super
visors, within and for tho
County of Maui:
This report, in so far as concerns
personal knowledgo of affairs, per
taining to the work of my Depart
ment for tho past month, only
covers the week ending March 31st,
I returned from the Coast on the
"Alameda," arriving in Honolulu
at noon on Friday, March 23, tak
ing the afternoon local steamer.
"Claudine," for Maui, arriving here
Saturday morning of the 24th.
By arrangements mado with the
Attorney General's Department
previous to my departure for the
East, the Criminal work coming on
for consideration and attention
during the March 190G term of our
Circuit Court was carried forward
by Deputy Attornoy-General Flem
ing, assisted . by Deputy County
Attorney, Mr. Crockett.
Tho disposition of tho term work
has met with my hearty approval
and I have extended to the Attor
ney General's Department not only
m)' personal but my official thanks
for tho speedy, efficient and satis
factory manner in which the work
I may hero'add that thcro will,
in no event, bo any extra expense
incurred by the County by reason
of my absence.
Upon my return I found the
Deputy County Attorney confined
to his bed, in the care of a physi'
cian, suffering from a severe attack
of remittant fever, similar to Den
gue, I believe, to which troublo has
been added an ulcerated tooth, and
completely unfitting Mr. Crockett
I take pleasuro in praising tho
conscientious and careuu manner
in which I find Mr. Crockett has
carried on tho duties of this De
partment during uiy absenco.Much
01 nis timo during tno month was
devoted to tho preparation of cases
coming before the Circuit Court,tho
examination of witnesses, reducing
their statements to writing, assi3t
ing in tho drawing of instructions
to he requested of tho Court by tho
Government, assisting in tho trial
of cases, etc. In addition to thoso
matters, the class and amount of
business that arisos in tho District
Courts had to receive its attention.
It has, horetoforo, been tho policy
of this Department to doal much
more lightly with offonders be
tween tho ages of fifteon and twen
ty than tho offonses or crimes, if
committed by oldor persons,, would
warrant. In many such instances
sentences havo been suspended; in
others, light fines imposed rathor
than imprisonment; tho theory
(Continued on page 2.)
Employees of Hill and Harriman Clash at Portland,
Oregon-Town Destroyed by Tornado
and Eight Persons Killed.
CITY OF NAPLES
Ashes Falling, Roads Blockaded and Houses Collapsing "
La Paloma Sails To-day for San Francisco
New York's Insurance Law Amended.
Sugar 9G deg. 3.4745 Beets 8s. Gd.
PORTLAND, Ore. April 13. A clash between railroad builders
working for Hill and thoso working for Harriman at Klakamas oc
BERTRAM, April 13. The town of Briggs has been destroyed by
a tornado. Eight persons were killed and thirty injured. '
CHICAGO, April 13. --Dowio is preparing to take legal steps for
the recovery of his property.
ALBANY, April 13. Tho Legislature has passed a bill amending
NAPLES, April 13. AbIics are still falling, and clouds are being
sent forth from Mt. Vesuvius. Houses arc collapsing and tho roads aro
closed. Tho King has gone among tho people to encourage sufferers.
The international relief fund is growing.
HAVANA, April 13. Green and Graynor recently extradited
from Canada wero today convicted of conspiracy and embezzlement in
connection with Government contracts.
HONOLULU, April 14. La Paloma sails for tho Coast today.
Macfarlano in command.
WASHINGTON, April 10. Commander Tanner of tho Grand
Army has ordered that the graves of tho Confederate dead bo decorated.
NAPLES, April 10. The eruption of Vesuvius shows signs of sub
sidence, but 150,000 people have been forced to take flight from their
homes by the threat of destruction from the volcano.
Five hundred persons are reported dead, of whom two hundred
perished in the collapso of tho church of San Guiseppe.
. SAN FrvANCISCO, April 10. The engagement is announced of
Mrs. Emma Spreckcls Watson, to John W. Ferris, of San Francisco, a
WASHINGTON, 4pril 10. James S. Sherman has been elected
Chairman of the Republican Congressional Campaign Committee.
Mr. Sherman represents the twenty-seventh Now York district,
composed of Herkimer and Oneida counties, and has served in every
term of Congress since the Fiftieth. He is Chairman of tho Committee
on Indian Affairs, and a member of tho Industrial Arts and Exposi
tions and of the Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committees.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., April 10.
faithful to him.
reached Naples. Two earthquakes occurred yesterday, driving the po
pulation in t( rror into tho streets.
n i i. l l
uoscoirecuso naa oeen destroyed.
Torre Annunziata. a city of 30,000 population, has beon'aban-'"
San Sehastino is threatened.
Boscotrecase and San Sehastino would appear to be small towns
or villages, as they do not appear in a standard atlas. As Naples has
a population of about half a million, tho scene tho panic from tho
terror of cathquake, added to that of fear of a fiery deluge, has created
in its streets must bo something dreadful in itself. Tho abandonment
of Torro Annunziata by its thirty thousand souls must bo attended by
a fearful amount of privation and misery. Even if tho worst of na
ture's convulsions were alreadj' past in the region of the great volcano,
it must bo a long ti.no before tho catalogue of disastrous consequences
will be fully unrolled.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 9. A riot occurred on Market street
yasterdr-y, following a Socialist meeting for denouncing tho arrest of
Moyer anil Haywood. Seventeen arrests wero made. Three policemen
Moyer is tho prosidont, and Haywood tho secretary-treasurer of
tho Western Federation of Miners. This body comprises tho miners for
tho precious metals and has nothing to do with tho federation of coal
miners. About two months ago Moyer and Haywood wore arrested in
Colorado for complicity in tho murder of former Governor Steunenborg
of Idaho, on the strength of tho confession of Harry Orchard, tho actual
murderer, implicating tho executive officers of the organization above
montioned in tho crime. Tho president and secretary wero whisked out
of Colorado in a special train to defeat any attempt at a rescue, with
out bting givon an opportunity of seoing an attorney, and lodged in
jail at Hoiso City, Idaho. It is this mannor of their surrender to tho
Idaho authorities which has incensed tho Socialists and, probably.beon
a protoxt for tho San Fraucisco indignation nieoting.
CHICAGO, April 9. Six thousand Zionists yestorday denounced
Dowie as a spendthrift and n liar, and elected Voliva as his successor.
Dowio will arrive tomorrow from Jamaica. Tho Dowieites in
London havo confirmed his deposition.
Dowio seoms to tako a lot of deposing. Tho six thousand
Zionists yestorday did what five thousand of them wero roportcd t
lmyo ilono a week previous,
-Dowio has denounced his wifo as un-