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WA1LUKU, MAUI, H. T.f SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 120b
What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
J. M. VLVAS '
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WATLUKU. : : : : MAUI.
EDMUND II. HART
Notary Puni-io, Conveyenoer and
Aoent to Grant Marriaqe License
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
We remember in our college days we
used to sing:
There came as a boon and a blessing
The Pickwick, the Owl, f'ind the
Waverley Pen. '
But those day's are gone, nnd so is the
fame of those pens. We have new and
better pens now, and a new aud better
They came as a boon and a blessing
The Railroad, the Stub and the Est
These pens are made under the Stars
and Stripes, consequently they arc the
best in the world.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
SURPLUS.' .. $200,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C, Hustacow : Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenncy( J. A, McCandlcss,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savincs Business.
Waiiuku Sidewalk Fund of $4,000 VotedNew
Street To Be Opened in Waiiuku
Other Business Transacted.-
LITTLE SON OF MRS. S. B. HARRY DEAD.
After Suffering for Two Weeks Succumbs to Blood-Poisoning
' Concrete Laying Began Saturday Report of
County Attorney Published in Full.
The June meeting of the County
Board of Supervisors was hold in
the board roims this week; all of
the four members being present
buitublo resolutions expressing
their high appreciation of the ser
vices o,f their late member J. II
Ilalualani wero passed, a copy of
which will bo forwarded to Mrs
A petition was received from the
residents of Pekeu, Molokai, asking
for a road for their convenience
and the engineer was ordered to
Molokai to report on tho matter
and tho road will doubtless be
The clerk was instructed to go to
Honolulu in the matter of the com
ing elections and will acquaint him
self with the manner of keeping the
necessary records of the coming
The salary of the assistant clerk
was raised to $40.00 per month.
J. K. Kahookelo and J. C. Foss
were appointed as assistants to the
County engineer at a- salan- of
$100.00 per month each".
The matter of paying the claims
against tho territory for liabilities
incurred during the time of the
defunct county regime came up for
consideration and was passed over
until the next meeting of the board
when a new member will have been
appointed tho matter and may be
con?uereu by all.
While there is a determination
to make politics out of this matter
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DRS. UU E D D I C IC
& D I N E G f R
7:30 to 8:30 A. M,
2:30 to 4 P. M.
6 to 8 P. M.
Mnlulani Hospital, 9 A. M.
8:30 to 10 A. M.
12:30 to 2:30 P. M.
6 to 8 P. M.
Pere is 110 place so safe for hard earned dollars as 07fy
e strong burglar proof vault of a National Hank CM 1
Hank has the great advantage of government kjSSJfy
ctiou and direction. Uncle Sain guards and
;s us. You should open an account with us at ""XlV
If out of town, write us and learn to bank by 1
FIRST NATIONAL HANK OP WAIU'Kl', cA
DEATH OF EUGENE, LITTLE SON
OF.S. 15. HARRY.
The four yar old son of S. B,
Harry, little Eugene, died at the
Mnlulani Hospital on the Gth inst
as a result of blood poisoning that
was caused by his stepping on 1
nail while playing near the Kin
Two physicians attended him
but owing to his delicate constitu
tion, he was not strong enough to
recover even after Dr. Dinegar Had
reduced the inflamation, and had
succeeded in bringing the wounded
foot back to practically a natural
The Knights of Pythias took
charge of the remains and buried
the little fellow,and did everything
possible to assist Mrs. Harry, who
has just recovered from an atta'ck
mi r . .
ine iuncrai services was con
ducted by Rev. Father Maximin.
The pall bearors wero W. G
Scott, Hugh M. Coke, T. Burlem,
II. Streubeck, J. Garcia and C. H
G. Brown. All of the teachers and
pupils of the Waiiuku School were
present, and many friends from
all over Maui.
' Mrs. Harry has the sympathy of
tho whole community, especially
so, since her husband is absent on
his way to New York.
CONCRETE LAYING BEGAN
The first laying of cement on the
new sidewalks of Waiiuku was done
in front of tho Waiiuku Cash Store,
Saturday morning, June 2nd, in
the presence of a largo number of
the residents of town.
To Waiiuku this marks a hew
epoch in her history, and will
mean much for all clases of people
10 reside hero, as well as those
who may visit tho town.
Already a number of property
holdeVs have petitioned tho County
board for like improvement on
various paj ts of tho most populous
stieets, and beyond question the
laying of concrete walks will be ex
tended greatly to tho advantage of
Tho streets have been straighten
ed considerably to tho advantage
of the same, and the willingness of
the property holders to concede'
this advantage shows tho proper
The iioonli- hero arc indebted to
liiiL'i V. N. KcpoiLii fr hi- m ti
m-ih 111 tin.- diit't.liiui be h.i
i(icl 111- ti'iicc 'tack iit hi!- own
xpense and loss of Valuable land.
REPORT OF COUNTY ATTORNEY
For the Month of May, 1900
To the Honorable Board of Super
'visors within and' for the
County of Maui.
. Crimes and Misdemeanors Dur
ing Month of' May. If the number
and character of criminal cased
brought before our local tribunals
during the past month is indica
tivo of the moral tone of our com-
munitjvan investigation will dis
close a decided improvement for
tho month of May. No crime of
an atrocious nature has brought to
light, and comparatively few mis
demeanors were committed outside
of such as constantly demand the
attention of our Courts.
Even the vicious element who
seek to earn their livelihood by
fostering the gambling habit are
apparently either resting from their
labors, or doing business so quietly
that the authorities aro unable to
detect them. A month or more
ago conditions had reached such a
pass that evil practice was carried
on as openly as was tho pursuit of
lawful callings. Its suppression
clearly indicates that the officers
of tho law whose duty it is to pre
vent such practices are carrying
forward a more strenuous policy
along these lines.
Concerning Petition for Removal
of County Official. Since tho last
meeting of the Board I have been
requested to prepare charges against
one of the County officials for mal
feasance and maladministration in
office, and petition for his removal.
As no facts whatever were presented
1 1. 1 -1 vtl
iu uiu upuii which iu uaau cnurgty
r ... a....'
J. was unable to comply With'the
request, referring the matter back
to the Sheriff with my reasons for
not taking action. I have had no
communication relative to saice
"Territory vs. Douse." Expenses
of Witnesses in Criminal Cases,
During the month I had occasion
to make a trip to Honolulu. The
case of Territory of Hawais vs
Douse, Manslaughter, in which a
change of vonue was taken from
the Second Circuit to the First
Circuit, has been set for trial Mon
day, Juno 4th.
The Attorney-General's Depart
ment will assume charge of this
case, assisted by private counsel
tnus enaonng mo to remain in
Maui, devote my time to local
lairs, attend tne meetings 01 your
Honorablo body during the present
session, and prepare for and take
charge of the criminal work of tho
foro tho Circuit Court of tho Second
Circuit, June Term.
In the matter of expenses of wit
nesses in criminal cases tried in
tho Circuit Court:
No satisfactory adjustment of
this unpleasant status has been
arrived at. The Department of tho
1 11 r. 1 iMi r ii.
iiuuruuy-uuuurai is mill 01
(Coutiuued on page 6.)
Town of Goesel Destroyed and Eight People
Drowned. Brltt and McGoyern
Held for Trial.
MANCHURIAN RAILWAY LIMITED CONCERN?
Ownership of Stock Limited to Orientals. Six People
Were Killed and Much Property
Damaged by Tornado.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 96 deg. 3.45 Beets 8s.
.GOESEL, June 8. This town was destroyed today by a
cane, Eight neonle were drowned.
NEW YORK, June 8. Hritt and McGovern are held for trial for
TOKIO, Juno 7. The new Manohurian Railwav will be a stock
concern. Ownership of shares will be limited to Japanese and Chinese
ST. PAUL, June 7. Six persons were killed, many injured and
much property damaged by a tornado which swept Minnesota and
Wisconsin last night.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 7.-The Oceanic S. S. Co. has en-en its
employees a months notice of its intention to abrogate their wage agreement.
Tho yacht La Paloma departed todav for San Pedro, from which
port the trans-Pacific yacht race is to start on Juno 11.
LONDON, June 7. May Hatton won evcrv tennis came that was
INDIANAPOLIS. June 7. Tho Democratic State Cnn ventinn
today endorsed William Jennings Bryan.
NEW YORK, June 7.-Three short earthnuake shocks were telt
here on June 5 and 0.
MADRID, Spain, June 7. The cabinet has resigned.
NEW YORK, June 7.--It is renorted that the rebels in Guatema.
la have been successful.
CHRISTIANIA. June 7.-
set for June 27.
-The coronation of King Hakon has been
SINGER SEWING MACHINES
Cannot be obtained through merchandise dealers. They n're delivered
directly from uinker 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 iu 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 machiues'Srheu 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 auy other because it is of better design and
construction. A Postal Card to
Wwa"luuELL' AGENT FOR MAUI.
WIIJ, RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 5. There aro 42,000 refugees still in camp in
San Francisco, and 10,244 in Alameda.
11 CARSON CITY, Nevada, June 5. United States District Judge Haw
ley has resigned.
-The indications are that Chamberlain
PORTLAND, Oregon, June 5.
will be re-elected Governor.
MADRID, Juno 4. Manuel Morales, tho leading- bomb throwing sus.
pect with relation to tho assault upon tho royal wedding procession, killed
a guard who was attempting his arrest in a country town.
The suspected assassin then committed suicide by shooting. His body
was identified as that of the occupant of tho houso from which the bomb
LONDON, June 4.- It is expected that Parliament will enact rigorous
laws against anarchists.
PROVIDENCE, R. I., June 4. Eleven have been killed and twenty
hurt by tie overturning of an electric car in this city.
VIENNA, Juno 4. Sixty thousand mechanics in the building trades
have been locked out on account of a dispute about wages.,
ST. PETERSBURG, June 4.- Baron Fnsch has boon appointed Pre
sident of the Council,
LODZ, June 4.- Sanguinary encounters between Polish Nationalists
and Socialists are daily occurring.
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 4. Senator Joseph R. Burton of Kansas
has resigned his Jat. Senator Burton was convicted in the United States
Court of accepting bribes. He a'ppealed to the Supremo Court and lost his
appeal. Recently the Senate passed a resolution calling for an investiga
tion of the proper action to be taken in his case, as Burton persisted in re
taining his seat notwithstanding his conviction.
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 4. President Roosovolt's message to
Congress today dealing witb tho Beef Trust, urges laws guaranteeing
stringent meat inspection at the slaughter pens and canning factories.
HAMILTON, Bermuda, Juno 4. The yacht Gauntlet arrivod hero to
day, thereby winning tho ocean race from New York for tho Lipton cup.
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 4. Senator Arthur Pue Gorman, of
Maryland, and Democratic leader of the Unltod States Senate, died! today
of heart trouble
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., June 4. -Annie F. Stanford, a niece of tho
late Senator Stanford, has sued tho executors of.tho estate of tho lato Jaqo
L. Stanford for the sum of $108,000.
This amount is alleged to bo tho sum accruing to Asa P. Stanford. Sho
also sues for the restitution of half a million dollars worth of stock alleged
to have been fraudulently withhold by Mrs. Stanford.
STEUBENVILLE, O., June 4. A conflict took place bore today be
tween Btriking coal miners aud guards. Many shots were exchanged and
four men were wounded.
EL PASO, Texas, June 2. A bloody battlo between Mexicans and
Americans ha3 resulted from a strlko In progress In W. 0. Greene's mine
at Cananea, Mexico, as a result of which forty Mexicans have been killed.
Tho Americans aro now on the defenslvo, and the town Is burning.
American and Mexican troops are en route to the sceno of the trouble,
and iu the meantime the fighting is continuing.
SACRAMENTO, California, Juno 2. The Legialanure of California, on
the call of Governor Pardee, will meet in extra session today.