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MAUI ; NEWS,
If you wish Prosperity ;,
Advertise in the News
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, MAY 19, 190b
What is Best for Maui '
Is Best for the News
J. M. VLVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI
EDMUND II. HART
Notaut Public, Conyeyenoer and
Aoent to Grant Marrioe License
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
We hav6 talked Shoes so long
now that the air seems to be preg
nant with the odor of leather. It
is incumbent on us to change the
If you have time we wisli you
would come and see those White
lliiled Cottago Curtain Poles. It
is all the go now.
Our Patent Roller Window
Shades are wonderfully good and
And our soft, velvety Rues will
look beautiful on tile floors of your
MAUI DRUG St ORE
' V. A. vi'j ii.irjar.il, nop.
The 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. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. 'Atherton, E. F. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
D R. S
AI E D D I C K
7:30 to :.v A. M.
2;v to 4 1'. M.
6 to S 1 M.
Multilimi,IIos)ital.9 A M
Tlu re is no place so safe for hard earned d ill rs as
in the strong burglar proof vault of a National Hank
Our Hank has the great advantage of government
protection and direction. Uncle Sam guards mid
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 WAIIA7KU,
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
H. C, & S. CO.
New Mill Turns Out Two
Tons of Raw Sugar in One Week
Improvement Association Meets.
WAILUKU'S CONCRETE SIDEWALKS'.
Work Begins on the Construction of the Concrete Sidewalks.
of Town. Rubber has Bright Prospects Officers
- Inspect Koolau Rubber Co's Plantation.
A UECOllD BREAKER.,.
Last week the Hawaiian Com
mercial & Sugar Company's mill
atTiuinene ground - over fourtcon
thousand tons o'f cane and manu
factured two thousand one hundred
tons of raw sugar. This was done
in six days time, and is the record
breaker of the world, and far in
excess of anything thought possible
a few years ago. It is an average
of three hundred and fifty tons per
Within.' the corner stone of the
new Wailuku school House is a
copy of a newspaper presented by
the Honorable H. P. Baldwin,
lich gives an account of one of
the meetings of the Hawaiian Su
gar Planters Association when lie
,vas a young man and in attend
ance for the first time. The report
in thin paper shows that at that
time the output of sugar for the en
tiro Island of Maui was fivo hundred
tons per annum, and he is said to
have prophesied then that the daj'
would come when the output of
sugar for this island would in time
reach two thousand tons per year,
at which optimistic statcmont all
the sugar planters laughed. And
now within a ljfc time one of his
plantations alone manufactures
in one week's time over the
amount that he thought it possible
for the whole island to produce
in one year.
EE G A. R
.S 311 to 10 A. M.
u. 30 to 2 -,o 1' M
n to SI' M.
Thousand One Hundred
WAILUKU IMPROVEMENT ASSO
Tho Wailuku District Improve
ment Association held its monthly
meeting in the Wailuku Court
House on tho evening of the 10th
The minutes were read and ap
proved. The Vineyard Street Im
provement Committeo was granted
further time, and are to have a re
port of something accomplished at
tho next meeting. Tho tree plant
ing committee, consisting of W7 J.
Coelho, made a report of much in
terest. Trees havo been secured,
ptrmission to plant the same along
the roads has been granted, and
many patriotic citizens, jncluding
R. W. Filler, R. A. Wadsworth, J.
,L. Osmcr, W. S Mountcastle, Bro.
I' rank, Judge A. N. Ivepoikai. W.
T. Robinson. J. L. Coke, C. Crow
ell, D. II. Case.'J. JsT. K. Keola, J. IC.
Kahookclo and others have offered
to plant and care for trees along
sections of the roads.
Especially has Kahului. taken"
an interest in tho matter and nuichl
good will be-accomplished.
The report of the committea was
received, and on motion of Mr. D.
II. Case, a vote of thanks was ex
tended to Mr. Coelho. Tho motion
was carried unanimousl'.
The matter of carina for the
trees'was discussed and Mr. Case
offered to take up a subscription'to
pay for the care of the trees until
the matter could bo taken up by
the Board of Supervisors of Maui
County, as it was believed these
could be cared for out of road
Mr. Copeliiml, chairman of the
anti-mosquito committee, reported
that a consignment of top minnow?
would reach" Mnui next. Sa tinlay.
Oiling of stagnant pools' was
dwelt on and the third matter of
cleaning up tho community was
then taken up. Mr. Geo. Weight,
sanitary inspector, reported on the
work done by his department.
A resolution was moved by
Judge McKay that tho secretary
write to the principals of the va
rious schools asking -their assist
ance and cooperation, and also
that of the teachers and pupils, in
trying to minimize the mosquito
pests in the district.
NEW CONCIiETE SIDEWALKS.
Work on the new concrete side
walks of town has begun. Contrac
tor T. 15. Lyons has a force of n en
at work near Kihei getting out
stone for the work and dirt is being
hauled to make tho proper filling
to raise the grade for tho walks,
the old planks aro being torn up
SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO.
R'WvwvLL' AGENT FOR MAUI.
Sewing Machines Sold on Installment Plan
and the cement work will bo begun
next week. While the fire in San
Francisco has caused a scarcity of
cement and will necessarily cause
a delay in the construction of the
work the residents of town will bo
benefited to such an oxtonUthat
uciiivjuiii ir' wuivnecessariiyjsiouoWi
JLhegcauscs 'thatarcwin'na wav
charge'ablo to't'tie contractor.
l,t' "Even though the old side walks
were laid with the planks length
wise and therefore caused many
fall and many slivers to run into
the feet of the children rfnd caused
at least one broken ankle they
served a goqd purpose in their time
and were better, at least, in wot
weather than no walks. None wil
regret to see them give place to
When this work is completed
and the new walk built down to
the depot the next improvement
that should be agitated is the lay-
mg.of a concrete walk on High
Street out to tho new school house
after which should follow the crec
tion of a new Court House on the
site of the old tumble down build
ings that are now makeshifts for a
Court House and temporary jail.
Mr. W. O. Smith was seen this
week by a representative of tho
Nkws and caressed himself in the
strongest terms in favor of the erec
tion of a suitable Court House and
was surprised to find the old build
ing in such a dilapidated condi
He said that while he favors the
strictest economy in the adminis
tration of tho Territorial financia
affairs he believes' tho mteiest of
the community would be served by
the building of a new Court House
here and was surprised that the
administration had not included in
its plans the, erection of such
building to'u't'of the funds available
at this time.
1RUBBER HAS BRIGHT PROS
PECTS. Messrs II. A. Wadsworth and W.
L. Decoto of the Koolau Rubber
Company have returned from :
personal inspection of the com
pany's plantation at Nahiku and
are highly pleased with the out
look of rubber on their planta
tion and the others in that
vicinity. Mr. Wadsworth says the
trees that wore planted "from seed
last June are now as high as fifteen
feet and aro thriving bevond belief,
The company has twenty live
.lores planted or ten thousand trees
all of which are doing well. J'rac
tically all of the lands aro cleared
and ready for planting and as soon
as the seed and plants arrive, which
will he soon, the work will go rapid
lhe lands were practically all
covered with a heavy growth of
trees and brush and it has cost
but six dollars per acre to clear tlu
land while tho digging of tho holes
for tho planting has" cost but one
cent per holo. This is due priii
cipally to tho fact that Jhe soil is
loose and free from stones and as
it is free from grass it is an easy
All of the buildings necessary
aro already built and tho expense
of tho up keep qf the plantation
will bo light from now on.
It is confidently expected that
too growing. 01 rubber will be ono
of the most successful industries
on tho island and will make pos
sible the utilization of many acres
of land that aro now useless.
NO LIMIT ON
pHeight of BuildingsV-ih San. Francisco on
111 ill' iiii'I'iiii rr 1 ifniT rr r r i i nin. Tm w
Illf.V milftlW I A H r
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Mrs. Botkin, Convicted of Poisoning an Enemy by Sending
Her Poisoned Candy, Must Pay the Penalty
of Her Crime in Prison.
- OAKLAND, Cat., May 15. Tho Reconstruction Committeo of San.
Frarcisco has reported favorable to placing no limit on the holght of build
ings located on tho wido streets of tho city. The decision is tho result of
an inspection of the skykcrapers of tho city, and is indicative of the small
amount of damage'douo these buildings during the earthquake.
OAKLAND, Cal., May 15. The earthquake of the 18th of April and
shocks following have not injured tho oil wells of the State.
SHENANDOAH, May 15. Fivo miners wore torn to pieces today and
twelve badly burned in an explosion at the Shenandoah City colliery.
OAKLAND, Cal., May 15. Mrs. Botkin, the convicted poisoner, 'was
today taken to San Quentin prison to serve sentence.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, May 15.-A striko is in niwress at the
Zenical coal mines, which resulted in
work-men were killed and five wounded.
ST. PETERSBURG, May 15.-Two hundred thousand worklmr men
observed May Day, and work was generally suspended.
I hero was a riot at Volgoda, and
The Cabinet has decided, to grant
of the popular demand.
WARSAW 1UnV 1fl A nJinn
.. .. , ...t, jiiu vitamin uuu unu jjuiiuuiuuu were Kiueu
and several wounded here by the explosion of a bomb. A riot followed the
explosion, nnd four rioters were killed and nineteen wounded.
LONDON, May 15. The London and Lancashire Insurance Company
has increased its capitalization $2,500,000. The1 losses of tho company in
California will foot up $6,000,000.
WASHINGTON, May 15. President Roosevelt has issued a long state
ment denying that ho has changed his position on the railway rate bill.
GREYTOWN, Natal, May 15. Serious lighting is renorted in 'Zulu-
CHICAGO, May, 15. -The attempts of tho Zionists to sottle their
difficulties among themselves have been
carried into the courts!
STOCKHOLM. May 15. The first
a bill providing for a scheme of universal suffrage
OAKLAND, Cal., May 14. -The
The damage to tho San Francisco
mated at half a million dollars.'
The S. S. Mariposa, which has arrived from Tahiti, reports that there
was no shock of earthquake felt at that
earthquake visited San Francisco and
LOS ANGELES, May 14. A new
fornia will probably be demanded as
cates in the San Francisco (ire.
.MlNNKAl'OLlS, May 11. Bishop Dalit ha ordered the Lutheran
missionaries ia'Chluu to leave the dangerous district's. : A rising is feared
in Uoiian- "
NEW YORK, May II. -The funeral strike has -been adjusted. The
drivers have won shorter hours and
NEW YORK, May 14. The insurance losses from the 'San Francisco
disaster have been estimated at $113,441,595.
SCRANTON, Pa., May 14. Work
SEBASTOPOL, May 14-The
TOKIO, May 14. United States Ambassador Luke Wright has arrived.
NAPLES, May 14. The eruption of Vesuvius at prosont Is not serious.
TIFLIS, May 14.- The police have discovered 250 bombs here.
OAKLAND, May 12. When tho new saloon licenses are Issued in San
Francisco, the license fee will be increase:!.
The number of employees of tho
to be reduced for tho purpose of economy.
Tho vault at the post office was opened today. It was found' that the
stationery had suffered much loss.
'I he btock Exchange will soon reopen.
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 12. Tho Turkish Govermrent has decided
to accept the terms of Great Britain, made known in the recent ultimatum,
in the matter of the alleged encroachment of Turkey 111 the Sinai Peninsula.
WASHINGTON. D. C. May 12.
ties that the Santo Domingo revolutionists aro usm Porto Rico as a basa
from which to conduct their operations
WASHINGTON, D. 0., May 12.
type of canal to direct tho Panama
tho Isthmus, may bo broken bv the
who may decide against tho lock typo
Dr. Prear, tho dentist, will bo in Paia at Pieper's Hotel next
Wednesday, May 28rd, for a few days only. )
III III h rv lira
, A V Vill V vmii A Jill
a conflict with the gendarmes. Three
many aro reported wounded.
a measure of amnostv which is short
n.tt..:.. 1! 1 .11. J
abaudoned, and the trouble will be
Chamber of Parliament has adopted
Relief Fund for San Francisco has
waterfront state properties is esti
island on Apnl 18, when the severe
other parts of California:
registration of the Chinese of Call.
many of tho Chinese lost their certifi
recognition of the union.
has been generally resumed In the
battleship "John Slakoust has been
city and county of San Francisco are
It has been learned bv the authori
against tho Domingan government.
Tho deadlock in the Scnato over, the
Canal Commission to construct across
vote of Senator Carmack of Tennessee
and in favor of a sea level canal.