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THE MAUL NEWS-
-5ATURDAY, MAY 5, 1906
I HEINZ PICKLES
are famed the world over for their excellence.
There are Sweet Pickles and Sour Pickles but all
are good Pickles when tho name of HBLNZ is
on the bottlo.
Homo without good pickles is not what homo
should bo. HEINZ PICKLES mnko many
a homo happy. Almost might it have been
written, "What is Home without a Pickle?"
HEINZ 5T VARIETIES
of Good Things for the table are an onduring
delight to housekeepers. Some of tho special
ties aro Mince Moat, Baked Beans, Tomato Ket
chup, Tomato Chutney and Mustard Dressing.
Hackfeld & Co
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whisjkies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
ft ' '
. v-Cp This brand denotes quality
u Write us in regards to your
v Leather needs. Send vour
K Hides to us and vou mav feel
certain of fair treatment.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 143.
Corner Market and Main Sts.-
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OP
iELL KNOWN STANDARD BRANDS Or
WINES, WHISKEYS, CORDIALS,
LIQUEURS, RAINIER AND PRIiUO
25c 2 glasses 25c
i SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
SS. KimURA, Proprietor.
Wllfln vnil Wiint vmir fn rrinfrn mvi intl in loaf Hx
JS bring it to the right Bhop.
IS !RURDAI r? I ciCMITUIPU linncn crn-viriPkT,r a.
DAJN. I. CARfeY S
IMlln. St. nanp Market'. . Wailukii. Ainu I
(Continued from pat'C 1)
In tho pursuit of their unlawful
calling no line is drawn by these
people. So long as tho agent feels
reasonably secure in making sales
for his principals he cares not whe
ther it bo to tho well-to-do or the
extremely poor, to the aged or the
little child, to the ptrong or the
weak. As a result tho standard
of morality is lowered, a spirit of
idleness developed, these conditions
in turn having a strong tendency
to increase crime,
Tho present obnoxious condition
of things calls for decisive action,
and I am pleased to gay that the
police , department have made a
good beginning. Within the past
ten days a dozen arrests have been
made of persons charged with hav
ing assisted in maintaining and
conducting a lottery ,or with having
sold or dealt in lottery tickets. It
does not follow from these arrests
that these parties are guilty. That
remains to be proved. However,
the present situution is such as to
call for united and aggrcssivo act
ion from all departments of our
Tho task of successfully combat
ing and stamping out this evil' is
an extremely difficult one. Every
precaution is taken by these people
to cover up their tracks. Years of
experience on tho part of tho lead
ers in and out of Courts have
taught them something of the laws
of evidonce, and they have been
sufficiently' wise to profit by this
The details of the business, are
so thoroughly perfected that, while
a runner may have his pockets full
to overflowing with genuine che fa
tickets, these same tickets, in gen
eral appearance and markings are
bo meaningless Until and unless
explained by thoso who know that
the average citizen might very nat
urally take them to be nothing
more harmful than "plain sheets of
note book paper upon which were
the unintelligent pot-hooks of an
As to thoso who are tho victims
of such institutions there are some
few who will invuriably decline to
testitify against those making sales
to them; many, through' a false
fear of incriminating themselves
refuse to give testimony, or, admit
ting sales, conveniently forget the
facts; while a third class do not
dare to testify against their fel
lows. For the purpose of aiding in
more effectually putting an end to
gambling throughout tho County
of Maui, I earnestly recommend
that your Honorable body create a
special fund toj bo known as the
"Private Detective Fund;'' that the
sum of 100.00 per month for tho
present bo appropriated for this
purpose; that moneys from this
fund be subject to tho order of the
Sheriff, or, if deemed best, to the
Sheriff and County Attorney joint
ly; that the Board provide for and
requiro monthly statements con'
coming the disposal of moneys
from this fund, such statements to
show the amount drawn, to whom,
for what, when and where paid;
with the further provision tha: the
practical results of each such ex
penditure be rcpnred in writing to
tho Board as soon as sufficient
time shall have elapsed to fully
I believe the profits that will be
realized by such expenditures as
may he called for under this re
commendation will fur more than
justify tho monetary Ioph to the
County for there is no one victim
less it bo the liquor trailiie. that
bears so much evil fruit, and engen
ders so much disrespect for law and
order, as the gambling mania.
I). II. OASIS,
April no, 1900.
JHemhei'ti o? the Ktp.
All the mcmbois of the Bar of tlio
County of Maul are respecfully re
quested to meet at, the Wailuku
Court House, on tho 8th day of May,
190G at 4 P. M., for tho purpose of
discussing and considering the ways
and means to obtain the services of a
permanent Stenographer for the
Pmii? nfrta H,!,..,,
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NEAT, REASONABLE AND DURABLE.
MEMORIALS. Artistic in Design. Durable as Time. SAFES. Tho Best Mado.
J. C. AXTELL & CO,
F. O. Box 642
ALAKEA ST., Bet. King and Hotel Sts.
hirst Moll From The Const Since
The first vessel to reach any part
rt the Hawaiiai Islands, and bring
coast tiles from the Coast since the
disaster was tf? sWhittier which tow
ed the Fullertt irinto Kahului on the
afternoon of tiie 2nd instant, and
brought a copy of the Monterey Daily
Express of thrf 10th of April.
Through tho courtesy of Dr. R. H.
Dincgar, who secured a copy of the
paper, we are enabled to give our
readers the benefit of the first com
plete news from the Coast, and while,
the same is partly known much will
be foiind new and of great interest to
all our local readers.
We quote the following from the
above named paper: '
, "'The shock wis of long duration
and tho buildings creaked and feronn
ed under tho excessive strain of the
twister, and finally all tho business
structures gave way and collapsed
to the ground. Tho re was an awful
roar like tho discharge of thousands
of pieces of artillery, and then out nf
tho noise and confusion came the cries
of,thousands of peoplr who were bur
ied under the buildings. The scene
cannot bo described, it'was simply
The only buildings that, stood th
terrific strain were the. Flood, the
Call, the Chronicle and the Examiner
buildings, but these and St. Ignalius
Church out at tho corner of Van
Ness Avenue were burned. The res
i dent's were panic stricken, and it
tne down town districts, the scenes
wore pkiablc. Women were praying
in the streets, children wore ccying
and the men wore working heroically
to r.ecue the wounded from the col
lapsed buildings. The heat was ter
rilic and although the (irctnon and
the citizens worked with all their
strength, they could not stay the
At Watsonvillo the damage was
heavy. The great sugar factory at
Spieckels is almost a wreck. The
whole front wall, five stories high,
fell out, the concrete floor buckled
up and the machinery is twisted and
jammeu wnuo tno smokestack's are
all out of plum.
At Salinas the hotels are J;i wreck
while the Southern Pacific's oil tauks
collapsed and the freight warehouse
caved in. At Hollister and Gilroy
nearly all tho buildings aro down and
a number of people were killed.
San Jose was one of tho centors of
tho eathquake. Nineteen' persons
were killed and the business portion
of the city is a wreck. The Vendome
Annex, St. Patrick's Church tho
First Presbyterian, Trinity Episco'
pal, and the Unitarian Churches are
ruined. Agncw's Asylum is in ruins
and 300 dead are buried in what ve
mains of the state building. T: W,
Hobson Co's store, the Elks club, the
Mayer Brothers and Hnle Brothers'
stores are down to tho vrouutl. Dr.
oe ijvow and loin u Told are among
the dead. At the Hotel Del Moote
the huge ornamental chimney which
lowers above the building was hurled
io me ground ami crashed into
thcus-irds of pieces and killed E. O.
Kouser who with his wife wi-iv
occupying room 97, which was direct
ly under 'he chimney. Death wa
... ...... I ft. T-
iiiMiiiuiimmis, jrs. lfoil!er wa
seriously injured but was umv at last
They were a young oiq lo from
Ailzbnaon their wedding trip and
had been married out a few days,
The news of the disaster of S,m
Francisco was .nought by Mi: wild
Mrs. (J. E. Maude who made the trip
in their ney automobile. They were
guests at I ho Occidental Hotel and
wl on the earthquake took place
rushed out in their night clothes and
not waling for any thing sprang into
their automobile and got out of the
city as soon as they could go.
On their way down they found the
railroad tracks twisted into knots in
places, and in some places the road
bed had sunk as much as eight feet.
In tho grounds at Dol Monte a
deepcrnck was made several hun
dred feet long. -"-5 .
i'u.ii.utviii:u i unfurls muii
theglow mado by theurningfrity" of
anjancis'co coultibp plainly seen;
Republican County Committee
The various members of tho county
Republican Committee held a meet
ing at the office of A. N. Kepoikai on
Monday of this wcok. The committee
men from the various precincts with
a few exceptions were present.
Tho political pot is beg'ining to boil
and a ro. ublican victory is conceded
in the coming election, Kahaulelio und
his ilk to the contrary notwithstand
Honorable B. P. Baldwin was in
attendance at the meeting for the
first time since his recent illness. He
tnkes a Jlively an interest in jwblic.
affairs and his advice is eargerly
Wells will retnt-n
Manager C. B. Wells and
Wells left WedWsduv for.flonolu
liugnti c jwiss liura
meet Wvv d
Wells who was
when the unm
a stud.Mit At Star ford
rsity was destroyed.
Mr. Wells skiires us tjrfi.t an ac
count of the destruction of Vhe uni
versity will be written by Miss Laura
Wells on her return and will bo given
us for the benefit of our readers it:
the next issue of the Ni'ws.
MAUI RACING ASSOCIATION
A very enthusiastic meeting of the
Maui Racing Association was held
at Mr. W. T. Robinson's office on
April 21. Six citizens present were
elected as members of the associa-
tion.The following officers were elec
ted for theonBuing year: Hon. A
N. Kepoikai, President, J. Kirkland
Vice-President, D. L. Meyer, Secre
tary, G. Schrrfder, Treasurer, and
tho following executive committee,
W T. Robinson, D. .II. Davis and
D. T. Carey. Work was begun im
mediately repairing fences and
tra6ks, and a successful meeting is
assured. It being the only general
public holiday on Maui, it is hop
eu mat tno association will receive
the full support of the public,
Wailuku, Maui, May 3rd, 190G.
Editor Maui News:
In view of the fact that
you have recently published a greater
portion of the proceedings in the case
of An tone Borba vs J. H. Raymond,
I would request you to kindly publish
tho bill of sale of the horse in ques
tion, which was sent to me by Borba
before the suit was brought, without
any comment on my part:
BILL OP SALE. '
Wailuku,, Maui, Feb. 24th, 190b.
Know all men that fcr
and in congi lerution of the sum of
$75.00 (Soventv live Dollars) to mo hi
"hand paid by Mr. Antone Borba of
Wailuku, Maui; the recei.it. whereof
is hereby acknowledged.
I have Uik day sold and delivered
unto the said Antone Burba thai err
ta'ui one large brown hurse branded :
and one-buggy wMt four wheel, and
which said horse and buggy are inw
in my po-ssess-on at Wailuku,-Maui. .
(Sjn.) All HOY.
Witness, (Sig.) filling Toug
W.hich hill nf salo is still in my pos
session unlit same shall be called for.
I am j.ir,
J. M. VIVAS.
A drouth ? wet gond.s.
A most unsatisfactory stato of af
fairs confronts the liquors men of tho
islands as a result of the fire In San
Some time ogo it was noticed that
the various traveling liquor men of
Honolulu wore recalled and all ex
cept regular customors could not buy
certain brands of goods at the; form
In order.to gj Guilts (fostomorsfttie
benefit of' thonowaBt pricealpossibla
first tried to buy from Honolulu firms
and failing in this it arranged for'tho
immediate sailing to the coast of one
of its representatives Mr. D. H.
Davis where he hopes to establish
new bases of supplies. On reaching
Honolulu 1ih found the steamer had
sailed a day ahead of timo and had to'
return but will saif again next week
for the coast.
It is reported in Honolulu that
wines and certain liquors will advance
one hnndivd per cent and that -a
cable fron a reliable firm to one of
the leading firms ol Honolulu has been
received to that effect.
Bo tnat as it may it is certain that
advances on tjie coast will be made
of strictly Califo-nia goods.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monument Works, Ltd.
IRON FENCE CHEAPER THAN WOOD
We Sell Iron Fence
WIioko Fence tpcpItci! tho UlEheit Award,
"ioi Jieiiai," worm o Fair, at. l,ouu,
the mait oconomlcnl fenco Ton caa I
Rrice lefts than n rexpoctnblo wood fence. 1
not replace your old ono now with a neat
tractive ihuh venuei.
"1iNT A MFETIWE."
Over UK) deslirnii of Irnn Ppnnn.
Iron t'loirer Vne, Nrtteca,
etc., shown In our catalogues.
Honolulu, T. H,
NO SERIOUS LOSS.
The following cable was received
April 20th by C. J. Falk, local
-Cashier for Tho Pacific Mutual Life
Insurance of California: "Com
pany position splendid, no serioua
This is to correct tho orroneous
version in the Advertiser of May 1,"
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and at l'aia and Hatuaktinpoko oh
Wednesdays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, EGOS,
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC.
Telephone Orders to
A. H. Landgraf,
Puopr KTOR KAILUA FARM.
Telephone No, 359.
Mauket Shuh Wailuku
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full lino of popular brands ot
Celebrated Prirao & Se
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Patronize Ineal men
Don't send to Honolulu
when yi.ii ean insuro at home.
F. I. UOSUCRANS, -Local
A'i nt New York Life.
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk