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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1906
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For sale by KAHULUI STORE.
Gunst EakJn Cigar Co.
Men Into Asia.
Victoria, (B. C), May 26. Dr.
Aigneaux, who arrived liere tins
morning on the steamer Monteagle
after a tour in Siberia, said that
Russia is making active preparations
in Sibei ia for another war. Whole
regiments of troops ar8 being sent,
while others are being Irinsported
from Russia over the Transsiberian
Tne garrisons are bein strength
ened, particularly those at Harbin
and Pahborovslok,and the defenses of
Vladivostok wei e recently strength
ened by the addition of some heavy
The situation with regard'to China
is also causing some excitement, a
largo force of foreigndrilled Chiuese
having been sent to the northern bor
ders under General Ma, the most
prominent of the Chinese Generals,
who is exceedingly anxious to attack
the Russians s'nee their defeat by
New Yoik, May 2C The con
tracts for building the Pennsylvania
terminal at Thirty-third street and
Seventh avenue, and also for the
Manhattan station of the Cortiandt
6treet tunnels between Manhattan
and Jersey City, have been awarded
to the George A. Fuller Company,
subsidiary to the United States
Realty and Improvement Company.
The Pennsylvania .structure will
costf25,000,000.The Cortlandt street
terminal station will comprise the
twenty-story-buildings occupying the
two blocks fronting on the west side
of Church street from Cortlandt to
Fulton street. Each building will
Latest Move Of Havemeyer
New York, May 27. Wall street
was greatly puzzled Saturday when
it learned that the Great Western
Sugar Company had made a sudden
$10,000,01)0 increuso of capital as it
was when the company was organ
ized in January, 11105. Then it( was
decided by sugar experts that II. O.
Havemeyer had accomplished the
purpose he long had in view in round
ing up his beet sugar properties.
rot a word of I lie company was
heard from that day until Saturday,
when H tiled a certificate with thp
Secretary of State ct Trenton, N. J.,
increasing its capital stock frcm
120,000,000 lo 1:10,000,000, of which
out -half is preferred and the other
half common stock. II. O. Havemeyer
ii president of the company.
Honolulu, T. H.
Stop Work On
New York, Mav 26. One of the
Pennsylvania Railroad's tunnel tubes
has unexpectedly been advanced to a
clear body of water in the East river,
where it was supposed to be far un
der the river bed in rock and mud.
The original survey of the river bot
tom for the tunnel gave no hint of
such a situation. The discovery of
the clear water, which really marks
a gully in the river bottom, was
therefore a great surprise to the en
gineers. The work in two of the four tubes
is stopped, and one tube will have to
be inclosed. How the difliculty will
be met has not been revealed by the
engineers. They are said to be limi
ted to two methods, the construction
of a cofferdam or construction of sec
tions of tunnel above the surface, to
be followed by the lowering of them
into place. A blow out in one tube
of the tunnel at. the foot of East
Thirty fourth, street occurred when
clear water was struck. The blow
out occurred when there was no ferry-boat
in the slip, which wasfortun
ate. It caused a geyser ten feet
high to appear suddenly in the slip.
Washington, May 27. The last
buildings that remained of old News
paper row, on Fourteenth street,
are to be removed to make room for
a new hotel. The hotel will probably
be called the Warwick and a fine
modern structure, fronting on the
north side of Pennsylvania avenue
and the east side of Fourteenth
street and directly opposite the new
Newspaper row was a famous in
stitution eyen before the Civil War.
It consisted of a number of buildings,
most of them old, in which a major
ity cf the Washington correspondents
of out-of town newspapers had their
offices. The largest of these struc
tures was torn down a few years ago
to make room for . the big building
now occupied by the Department of
Commerce and Labor.
"Ha, ha! Ila, ha!" said the subur
banite. "Why this hilarity?" asked the
"The plumber fixed a leak for me
and I got him to 'alee the property
in payment." India-iapolis Mar.
A HUSINESS PROPOSITION.
"I've heard so much about 'inven
tions of the devil,' " said the new
arrival, "I thought I'd like to meet
the er gentleman. Are you he?"
"I am," replied Lucifer.
"Well, say, ca'fi'-LJ be of some ser
I vice to you? I was n patent attorney
up there. Philadelphia Press.
Looking For A
Sir Chontung 'Liang Cheng, the
Chinese Minister from Washington,
came over from' Oakland yesterday
morning, May 22, where he has been
staying at the Touraine with the first
secretary of the Washington Lega
tion, Chow Tszchi, for the purpose of
investigating the different sites which
have been proposed for the rebuilding
of Chinatown. They were accom
panied by Mayor Mott and President
Benjamin Ide Wheeler, of the State
University, and were met on this
side by William F. Herrin, James D.
Phelan and A. Ruef of the Chinatown
committee. The party took two au
tomobiles and were accompanied by
Police Lieutenant JI, J. Wright.
The Minister, who was educated in
this country at Phillips Andover
Academy and Amherst College, is a
genial diplomat, and he expresses
himself as well pleased-with what has
been done for his countrymen since
He did not speak definitely on the
subject of the change of the location
of the Chinese colony here. He evi
dently realizes that it is a complicat
ed matter, involving vested interest?
that will have to be treated cautious
ly. He said: "Wherever the Chinese
residents rebuild I am in favor of the
new village being tree from the
squalor which characterized the form
er locality, and I hope that every
thing will be done with the grace and
beauty that would be followed if it
were being built in China. At the
same time tne sanitarv conditions
should be perfect.
"There are forty Chinese mer
chants who owned property in the old
Chinatown and who would be able to
rebuild there. Of Course this would
be to no purpose if the Chinese peo
pie who were their customers should
be compelled to locate elsewhere."
Before the party started on the
tour of inspection the Minister visited
the Mayor at his oflice in the Cen
tury Club building. The Mayor indi
cated that the situation near Tele
graph Hill might be the one finally
decided upon. S. F. Chroicle.
ttepresentative John Sharp Wil
Hums tells of the difficulties encoun
tered by a darky preacher in Missi
sippi in endeavoring to "snatch a
brand from the burning" in the shape
of one Mose Baker, who steadfastly
refused to attend devine service.
The preacher's arguments were
met by a discouraging silence on the
part of Mose. Finally the latter con
descended to speak to the extent of
asking a question. "Wot are we' all
tor?" he growled morosely.
"We is heah tohelpodders, Moses,'
responded the old clergyman, a kind
ly smile illuminating his dusky fea
"Ef dat's so," added Moses, with a
mahct usly triumphant grin, "wot i;
de odders heah for?" Harper's
Lack Of Stamps On
Letters An Annoyance.
Berlin, May 26. Wholesale charg
es of "criminal carelessness" are be
ing preferred against business
houses and private correspondents
in the United States by Germans, as
well as Americans, resident in Ger
many who receive heavy transatlan
tic mails. It is declared ..that fully
25 per cent of the American mail
arriving in Germany bfars insuffi
cient postage, entailing expensive
penalties at this end.
Letters have come from American
consulates in this country and from
German business men asking that
widespread public attention be called
in the United States to "a practice
which is inconsistent with the Ameri
can reputation for efficiency."
The annoyance has become so great
that German firms are now in the
habit of asking American consulates
to reimburse them:
The German postal people take
delight in weighing incoming foreign
mail because the penalties exacted
provide a handsome source of revenue.'
Louisvi'.lo (Ky.), May 27. Scores
of corner pumps, with . the handles
removed, and signs derisively an
nouncing "Closed; it's sinful to drink
on Sunday," brought home to early
rising householders in many sections
of the city the fact that Louisville to
day was for the first time in many
years dry as" Tophet. As the day
wore on it was seen that the State
and city authorities were in dead
earnest about putting on the lid.
The streets and cars were filled with
aimless Sabbath loungers drifting
from one point to anothpr vainly sefck
ing the amusements and conveniences
to which they had been accustomed.
The absent-minded once were easi
ly discernible by the growth of beard
which t'.iey had expected to have re
moved, not thinking to find the bai-
ber shops closed.
Every place in LouisVille and Jeffer
son couniy where intoxicants are sold
was, with one exception, closed tight.
The exception was a park conduct
ed by a Hebrew, who observed Sat
urday as the Sabbath. He was ar
rested and will be tried, but was al
lowed to continue selling throughout
the day, (doing a roaring business as
the news spread.
Four other places where liquor is
sold had been designated ly the Re
tail Dealers' Association to test the
law. The proprietors were not only
arrested, but the places were kept
closed v thereafter. Besides the
saloons, all barber shops, bowling
alleys, billiard halls, theaters, gro
eery stores and, in fact, everything
except hotels, drug stores and rail
road and street car lines, were clos
ed. Two free "sacred concerts" at
the largest amusement parks in
Jefferson county were not molested,
but one of the employes were per
mitted to work.
The ball park was crowded with
spectators when the game between
Louisville and Toledo was called, but
after halt an inning bad been played
the police arrested Presidents Tebeau
and Grillo and all players and em
ployes. Although bond was promptly
given, the park was ordered closed
and resumption of play was not per
The validity of the statutes and or
dinances under -which the arrests
were made will be thoroughly tested
in (lio courts, but the authorities de
clare that in the meantime all places
coming under the provision of the
laws will be kept tightly closed.
Louisiana Announces Cure for
i:EW ORLEANS, May 22.In a
lengthy report submitted to Uover
nor Blanchard by the board of con
trol of the Louisiana Leper Home
announcement is made for the first
time that a definite cure has been
obtained in three cases of leprosy,
The cures are mentioned in the re
ports of Dr. Hopkins, visiting physi
cian, Dr. Isador Dyer, consulting
leperologist. These patients have
been discharged. It is ntated in the
report that the disease continues to
spread iu thin Slate and that the
cases show evidence of a recent out
break, and that there are certain
centers of infection yet to be investl
In some case's the disease has been
carried to non-infected points by pa
tients who escaped from the home.
The Legislature is asked to locate all
of the point9 of infection. The mem
be is of the board suggest that au ap
peal be made to the Federal Govern
meut to establish a national hospital
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8 Maui Racing
TWENTIETH ANNUAL MEETING
gJULY 4 -
q Race 1.
O Knee 2.
Japanese 30 dayB prior
One-half MileDash. Free for all. (Running Race) 50 00 O
Trotting and racing to Harness, best 2 in 3. S
Free for all horses that never started in a race 75 00 z
One-half Mile Dash.
O Race 5.
ridden 'by Japanese
One-half Mile Dash. Tolo Pony Race -for O
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in at 150 lbs .' Cup 50 00 O
Three-fourths Mile Dash. Running Race.
Free for all GO 00 SI
Trotting and Pacing to Harness. 1 Mile Dash
for all Hawaiian breds that never won a race 50 00 t
Q Race 7.
O Race 8.
2 Race 9.
One-half Mile Dash.
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Q Race 9a. Cowboy Relay Race. Mile Dash. Horses,
Q Saddles and Bridfes to be change every Mile. 25.00 Q
O Race 10. One Mile Dash. Running Race. Hawaiian bred. 75 00 CJ
Race 11. One Mile Dash. Running Race. Free for all.. 75.00
Q Race 12. One-half Mile Dash.
O Race 13. One-half Mile Dash.
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2 ridden by Portuguese only. Weight 125 lbs. . 40 00 gl
Q Race 15. One-half Mile Dash. Horses owned and ridden
0 by Lunas. Weight no less than 140 lbs 40.00
O Race 16. Cowboy Tug-of-War. Free for all. ; 10 00 ()
T All entries will close with
fi 30, 190G, at 5 P. M. except Cowboy race and Cowboy tug-of-war 5
31 race both of which will be post entries.
Q All withdrawals to be made
O July 2nd, at 5 P. M.
O AH rnnna a rA flirpa pnlpr
O in accordance with the usual rules. All entrance fees to accom- O
O pany the entries, bids for all privileges must be accompanied C J
o with cash or certified check.
O STTRTTTPT TO fMTATVJfitt O
Something To Be
We have just engaged a first
class Carriage trimmer from Ho
nolulu and are now prepared to
execute all work in this line, in a
workmanlike manner, at reason
Also carriage, house and sign
painting done at short notice.
Phone Iop our prices at any time
Shop on Church St. -' - Wailuku.
BISMARK STABLES CO. Ltd
and SALES STABLES
The BISMARK STABLES
proposes to run the Leading Livery
Stable Business on MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
Excursion Jates to Iao and Ha'e
akala with competent guides
NEW RIGS- -NEW TEAMS
Dash. Horses owned by
fo closing of entries. .$10 00 ?
Horses to be owned and
- 50 00
Hawaiian bred 50 00 O
Race. To be drivep by
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Mule Race 25 00 Q
Ponies 14.2 hands or under 33 00 O
the Secretary on Saturday, June 2C
with the Secretary on or before
find (wn t r ctnff n rwl a-ill a t-nn O
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Cut to any length desired Prompt
Contractor & Builder.
Paints, Oils & Glass
Market Street, - - - Wailuku.
Telephone 4. - - - P. O. Box 17.
Anyone .endlnv a .k.trb rod desertDtion m.
qntt'ltly ascertain our opinion fre whether au
Invention t. probably patentable. Cunituuntc
tlona.trlcllTOonllilentlal. HANDBOOK ou Patent!
tent free. Olilent uwemir fur aec'tirlng uatenta.
Patenta taken IhroUKb Munu A Co. receive
tpt rial notice, without charye. Uithe
A handsomely I II n at nit ml weekly. I.nnreat rtr
culttiUifrnf any ecieiilltlo Jourual. lVrm, fa
yHr; four muiilhit, $L tiuki by all newsdealers.
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