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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1 90b
NUMBER J 4
What is Best for Maui
is Best for the News
J, M; VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Market Street ..
'"WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
EDMUND II. HART
Notary Public, Conveyenoeii and
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Otlico, Circuit Court, 2nri Circuit
We have talked Shoes so long
now that tho air seems to be preg
nant with tho odor of leather. It.
is incumbent on us to change the
If you have time we wish you
yould come and see thoso White
.Rifled Cottaco Curtain Poles. It
is all the go now.
Our Patent1 Roller Window
Shades are wonderfully good and
And our soft, velvety Rugs will
H look beautiful on the floors of your
MAUI DRUG STORE
'. V. A. VETLESEN. Prop.
"The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
, CAPITAL $000,000.00
, UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
' P. C. Jones Vice-President
; j?.W.Macfarlane..2nd Vicj-Presicent
: ?C. H. Cooko Cashier
C. Hustace. Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCaiulless,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
D R S .
UU E D D I C K fe D I N E G R
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
DR. DINEGAR. DR. WEDDICK.
7:30 to 8:30 A. M. 8:30 to 10 A. M.
2:30 to 4 P. III. 12:30 to 2:30 P. M.
6 to 8 P. M. 6 to 8 P. M.
Molulani Hospital, 9 A. M.
There is no place so safe for hard earned dollars as
in the strong burglar proof vault of a National Bank.
Our Bank has the great advantage 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 t y
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU,
Wailuku, Maul, T. II.
Jhe Dredger Reclamation
After Short Stop
TENNIS TOURNAMENT WILL BE HELD.
Tennis Tournament on New
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lO DC exciting. l cacucrs iviusi irijub iaiuuia
tion. Board Requires Certificates.
DREDGER AT KAMULUI AT
Tim ilrpdirnr TJnplntn.it inn in Ka-
hului has Started work again after
a short stop from work and is
pumping coral rock onto the rock
at the rate of nearly two cubic
yards of coral per minute.
Tho work has prospect of being
carried to completion speedily and
will add materially to the useful
ness of tho harbor when the break
water is finished.
The dredger is an object of much
curiosity to mnny here, and somo
funny stories are told of the doings
of some of the curious. Among them
is a story to tho effect that on the
day the dredger began operations
a number of Japanese were .collect
ed around the end of tho pipe, and
one more curious than the rest put
his head into the pipe to -sec what
would come out of the pipe, when
without warning the pumps started
operations and the rushing watcrb
struck tho Jap and sent him flying
before the onrush, greatly to his
discomfiture which cause his coun
trymen to laugh heartily at his
expense. 'Another Jap was anxious
to ascertain tho depth of the hole
made by tho water as it fell from
the pipe and venturing too near
fell into the water and was carried
around and around and under the
water again and again until he was
rescued by whito people near by.
IN WORKING ORDER
Starts Work at Kahului
Courts at Puunene Promises
Bff...i D - TT
It is not known whether or not
ho ascertained the depth of the
water, but it is certain that he will
not (i gain attempt to venture too
The dredging of the harbor is
being done in a very systematic
manner and in such a methodical
way that the work will have to be
gone over but once.
The Puuneno Athletic Associa
tioh will hold its nnual Lawn
Mixed Doubles Tournament for thd
Puunene Cuds on the Courts at
Puuneno on August 12, 190G.
The tournament will open at 9
A. M. and close at 6 P. M., if not
finished before thnt time.
If tho tournament is net played
through on that day, special ar
rangement will bo made for the
Entries to this tournament are
restricted, (expect as otherwise pro
vided for) to residents on Maui,
members bona , fide Tennis Clubs
having their headquarters on tho
Island of Maui.
Entries will be received by tho
Secretary of tho Puuneno Athletic
Association up to and including
June 12, 1906, and must be in
Special invitations to participate
in this tournament will bo sent to
all tho lady tennis playorson Maui
to whom the restrictions specified
abDve do not apply.
Should the number of - entries
from gentlemen exceed thoso from
Jadies, the Tournament Committee
will make arrangements to insure
that tho competing pairs will each
consist of a lady and gentlemen;
partnors to bo selected by chance.
These arrangements will bo
made public after the entries are
TEACHERS MUST GET BUSY.
The Department of Education is
sending out to teachers a circular
letter setting forth the plan for tho
forthcoming examinations for cer
tificates of thoso who have been
teaching without. It is to be tho
policy of tho department to have
all teachers qualified, arid the Sup
erintendent already has tho names
SINGER SEWING MACHINES
Cannot be obtained through merchandise dealers. They are delivered
directly from maker to user only through the Company's own em
ployees. There is as great' a difference in the cost of making sewing
machines ns there is in making watches, A cheap watch will indicate
time with fair accuracy for a short time. Fairly good stitching can be
done on some of the old patterns of cheap sewing machines when they
are new, but they always work hard, are noisy and soon wear out.
Every SINGER MACHINE is tested by actual sewing at the factory.
It is always ready for every kind of stitching and will do better work
and do it longer than any other because it is of better design and
construction. A Postal Card to
W. HOWELL, .
WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
1 Washington, May isii.
?! Refunding Bill passed
$ the Senate today.
This cablegram means more
to tho people of the Territory
than anything received hero
since annexation. Since, that
time we have paid taxes
t while we have unconsciously
$ paid on an average of $1,260.- $
$ 000 por year to tho Federal ft
Governmcnt.and it is approx- !t
imately seventy-five per cent ij
of this amount or anywhere t
L .from .$900,000 to $1,000,000 (J
of Federal revenues that we
will now get for the benefit of
our schools, roads, harbors,
and other- badly needed im
provements. This will give
such an impetus to progress 2
that nothing in the past has &
equalled, and insures the $
t :i.i sJ.
the group, and will mako pos- A
1. . f 1 1 !
Dime iuu yjuj mum ui JIU uuilU .
; ed debt without seriously
crippling the work planned
j for the benefit of the Territory. 1$
oi lzz wno, lor one reason or an
other, aro now teaching without
certificates. Some of these are the
holders of certificates that have ex
pired, but many have no certifi
cates at all. In many schools, yin
deed, it has not heretofore been
possible to get certificated teachers,
Tho circular letter follows:
Tho teacher's examinations for
primary and grammar grade certi
ficates will be held on July 11th
and 12th, 1906, at Honolulu, Hilo,
Wailuku, Lihuo and Konawaena
Papers will be prepared for both
primary and grammar grades.
Primary grade examinations are
open to persons seventeen years of
age who possess any one of the
following qualifications: (a) One
year of professional training, (b)
One year of successful teaching.(c)
A high school diploma or its equl
Grammar grade examinations
are open to thoso holding first-class
primary certificates or equivalents,
credited by tho department.
Subjects for primary grade ex
animations are: (a) Subject matter
of the course of study except an
nual training and calisthenics, (b)
School management, (c) Methods
of teaching the subjects of tho pub
lic school course.
Examination in arithmetic will
Examinations in physiology,
hygiene and naturo study will con
tain four questions on nature study
which will include ability to give
life history of insects: Mud wasp.
paper wasp, honey bee, mosquito,
dragon-lly, silkworm, Zoology-
Frog, lizard, owl, plover, mynah
bird, spider, mullet, hen, duck,
dovo, goat, horse, cow, sheep, dog,
cat. Plants Lantana, melon, cab
(Contiuued on page 6.)
AGENT FOR MAUI.
FOR THE TERRITORY
Free Alcohol House Bill
Ordered to Protect Negro Murderer
Mob Attacks the Jail,
NEW PASTOR FOR CENTRAL UNION CHURCH
The Treasury Department Sends a Special Agent to Investi
gate Sake San' Franciscans Oppose Japanese
Labor in Clearing up Burnt District.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 96 deg. 3.42 Beets 7s. lOJd.
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 25. The Senate Committee has add
ed items to tho Houso appropriation bill providing 8150,000.00 for the
construction of a lighthouse tender for the Territory of Hawaii.
WASHINGTON, D. C. May 25. The Sonate has passed tho '
House, Free Alcohol 13111. It was Senator Foraker who rushed tho
bill through the Ssnate.
BLOOMFIELD Ind., May 25. -Tho Governor has ordered tho
Militia to be in readiness to protect a negro murderer from lynching
by a mob. The mob is now besieging the jail. '
PALO ALTO May 25.. Rev. Walter Sylvester has resigned aa ;
pastor of the Albany Presbyterian church. He sails on tho Manchuria
for Honolulu to assume the pastorate of tho Central Union Church.
SAN FRANCISCO, May25.-Special counsel Levetto.of tho Treasury
Department is going to Honolulu to investigate the whole subject of ;
sake, in view of the pending appeal to the United States District Ap- .
pellate Court. " i
OAKLAND. Mav 25. Tho nronosal to brine 1000 Jananese to
San Francisco to work in the burned
strongly opposed. 1
ST. PETERSBURG, May 23. Count Solsky has boon rolieved of tho
presidency of the council of the.empire atjhis own request, ou account of V
CHRISTIANIA, Norway, May 23.
dramatist, is dead.
LAFAYETTE, Indiana, May 23.
day, one porsou was killed and sixty
iJ lllkUmiXLtJ, IllU3nit iUUJ w
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oy tiro. Tne loss is about a million dollars. v
OAKLAND, May 23. The banks in San Francisco generally resumed
business today. There was no excitement attending tho reopening of the
various financial institutions.
LOS ANGELKS, May 23. The trans-Pacific yacht raco from tho
Pacific Coast to' tho. Hawaiian Islands, may possibly start from San Pedro,
California, instead of San Francisco.
DES MOINES, Iowa, May 23. Tho Presbyterian General Assembly
in session here, is moving toward effecting a union with the Cumberland
branch of the Presbytorian Church.
Senate amendments to the railroad
KULIOZ, Poland, May 22. Count
by a bomb thrown by Jewish revolutionists.
PITTSBURG, Pa., May 22. Three hundred minors have been rescued
from a burning mine near here.
GIBRALTAR, May 22. Tho British ships Felucca and Consuelo have,
captured tho pirates of the Anghiari coast.
TOTCIO. Mav 22. Baron Komura
ST. PETERSBURG. Russia. Mav
court has condemned to death General
Arthur to the Japanese, and Admiral
it . T"! ' . 1 l a L i .1 T
OAKLAND, Cal., May 21. Tho Reconstruction Committee of San
Francisco has adopted the Burnham plan, to be followed out In rebuilding
the city. The plans were laid out by Architect Burnhara somo years ago
and provide for a model city.
ST. PETESBURG, May 21. A bomb has been thrown into tho parlia
mentary camp by the announcement that the Czar will not receive, per-,
sooally, a deputation bringing tho reply of Parliament to the Czar's open
ing address. Parliament will probably refuse to give the reply to tho1
Ministry at court.
MELBOURNE, Australia, May 21. Senator Dawson has declined the
hospitality of the Japanese Admiral, explaining his conduct by saying that
tho Japanese are spying out the land. This view is shared by many.
PARIS. May 21. In the second ballot for Deputies tho Government
has gained twenty-five seats. Among those elected is Labori and among
thoso defeated are Deroulede and Marckand. .,,
11 11 illll. lllilV j 1 kltl I II 1 1 I illlllii
of Cuba. The liberals in congress
sail with six hundred marines for ban
CHICAGO. Mav 21. Voliva. the
leruay inai ne nau reaucea me expenses ot &ion ssuuuu.
tAMU.tMmorai tin., oi n..t
luniiuikjuu, 1'iuv iii tutor, wuutuu lu uutiuuuuuu mill mu
at mop, japan, nas been floated.
piuruwuu UUSi biUlUU,
SALONICA. May 21. Tho Turks
district clearing lands, is being
Henry Isben, 'the great poet and
In an electric car collision horo to.-.
riii,:n - i . v.Hnn .. i . . 1 . . . .1
MIUJ UUO UCUil UlUiUSb UU3 vl JJ CU
rato bill, and asked for a conference.
Kollar has been seriously wounded"
will ho annolntod Ambassador tn M
21. It is rumorod that a military
Stoessol, who surrendered Port';
Nobogatoff, who surrendered his
Mil Ut'HIl 1 illll 111 -JL I I'll 1L4 r IrfMlllMIl
were absent from tho ceremonies.
Domingo to check filibustering.
sueces5i)r of Dowio. announced os-
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have massacred twelveBulffariadil