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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T.f SATURDAY. JULY J 4, 1906
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Public Conveyenoer and
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Oflicc, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
TiATIATNA. ' MAUI
We remember in our college days we
used to sing:
There came as a boon and a blessing
The Pickwick, the Owl, and the
But those days arc gone, and so is the
fame of those pens. Wc have new and
betterpens now, and a new and better
The' 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 nrc the
best in the world.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Drs. Weddick and Dinegar.
PHYSICIANS AND SUHOEONS
The Bank of 4Cai
Incorporated Under 1S fLaws of
tho Republic of t y aii.
CAPITAL '.-r.,... $000,000.00
SURPLUS !, $200,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFIT;. $70,000.00
CUas. M. Cooke President
P. O. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tcnnoy, J. AMcCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. F. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
COUNTY BOARD OF
Begin Second Year of County Government
Henry Reuter Assumes OfficeCon
sumptives Sent to Leahi Home.
WILL NOT PAY TERRITORY'S' BILLS.
County to Bring Suit to Recover Delinquent Taxes Held by
Territory W. P. Haia Appointed Road Super
visor for the District of Kana.
1 ho first meeting of tho county
board during tho second year of
county government was held in
tneir uoaru rooms on tlio 3rd m-
tant but as no quorum was present
an adjournment was taken to July
th, at which time all of tho mem
bers were present, including the
newly appointed incumbent, Henry
A communication was received
from Attorney W. A. Kinney re
lative to pay of witness fees who
ere in attendance before the First
Circuit Court from this island. The
board held that as tho fees were
for attendance before a Territorial
Court the matter was a Territorial
one and the parties should look to
the Territory for'their pay.
Die proposition of the Leahi
Homo for incurables was accepted
and two consumptives sent there
for caro at the expense of the
Tho County Attorney was in
structed to communicate with the
other counties relative to bringing
suit against tho Territory for
recovery of delinquent taxes due
tho county and now held by the
Honorable W. P. Haia was ap
pointed road supervisor in place of
Henry Reuter resigned. Mr. Haia
is tho representative from the Hana
District and as such has been a
The board passed a resolution
raising the bonds of the road sup
ervisor of Lahaina, Wailuku and
Makawao from $1,000 to 2,000,
A communication was received
from Supt. of Public Works Hollo
way agreeing to pay for one half
of tho cost, of laying the cement
sidewalk, in front of tho Territorial
buildings on High Street.
The pay of polico "officer Makni
wi was raiseu irom wt to sou. per
Tho County Engineer was in
structcd to advertise for bids for a
Kellny's Steam Roller. Bids to be
opened at tho next meeting of the
board.This bid will include a stone
crusher of from ten to twenty tons
capacity per hour and is to bo fitt
ed with a twenty-fivo horse power
As a result of tho notice publish
ed in recent issues of tho News a
communication was received from
the Kaeleku Sugar Company asking
for permission to build permanent
crossings over the public roads
which were granted. The disposi
tion on the part of that company
is a most commendable one. Their
letter to tho board is as follows
liana, Maui, June 2Gtb, 190G
Hugh Howell, Esq., County Engineer,
We hereby beg to apply to you for
permission as follows:
1. For permission to construct
and operate a railroad across th
Government road close to tho mill at
that Hana, for tho purpose of haulin
sugar and freight between the mill
and the warchouso at tho beach.
2. To change tho location of the
present railroad crossing on tho old
trail at llonomaelo to a point abou
1000 foot lurcher N. W. on tho same
Few peoplo give onough thought to the earning
capacity of a dollar. When you look at a dollar, do
not think of how much it will buy, but
HOIA mUCH ITT WILL EARN.
When you find yourself thinking of your dollars
in this way, you aro starting on tho only 'straight
and sure road to wealth. Idlo dollars are of no more
use to tho world than idlo men. Every dollar you
mako over the cost of actual necessities should be
immediately placed under tho safeguard of a strong
bank and kept busily at work earning other dollars
for you. Wo pay four per cont interest on savings
accounts and figure the interest evory six months.
AND LAUAINA NATIONAL BANK.
In case permit is granted to do the
above, wo will agree to make tho
crossings on a lovel with the road,
put plank guards along the! rails and
do tho work in genoral to tho satis
faction of yourself or deputy. As wo
aro now negotiating for a right of
way close to tho beach, which we do
not care to close until hearing from
you, we should tako it as a great
favor if you would let us know Dor
Yours very truly,
KAELEKU SUGAR Co., Lt'd.,
A communication from tho Pioneer
Mill Company to the- same effect
was received and liko permission
granted. Thoir letter asks for per
mission to use permanently rights
of way that have been in use by
tho company for many years.
Tho lettor shows in what friendly
attitude tho comnanv holds the
County Board and is evidenco of
tho fact that tho Company wishes
to work in harmony with the board
in all matters for the public good.
Lnhaina, Maui, July 2nd, l!)0(i
To tho Board of Supervisors,
County of Maui, Wailuku,' Maui.
Tho Pioneer Mill Co , Lt'd., makes
application that you grant to it
permanent right of way for its rail
roau tracit along, over and across
such streets and roads in tho District
of Lahaina as it may, at the present
time, be making use of. I may say
that the Company docs not ask for
any privileges that it has not been
enjoying for a good many years back
and it is only a continuance of these
privileges along tho highways and
streets in the district named that the
Company now prays your Honorabl
body to givo it. A tracing submitted
with tills letter will show what Coun
ty roads aud highways tho Company
desires to continue to use.
Should tho County Board take
favorable aotion upon this petition
the Pioneer Mill Co., Lt'd. agrees to
at all times hereafter to conform
all regulations and rules covering the
establishment of street lines, cross
ings, grades, etc., and to keep tho
various crossings over their track
that maybe, on public property
such condition, as the County author
nties may deem for the best inter
ests of all concerned.
PIONEER MILL Co., Lt'd.,
The Chairman of tho hoard and
the clerk were instructed to en
dorse tho petition of tho residents
of Kaupo for the building of the
Mokulau Landing and approaches
by thTcrritory. This work should
nave Deen none some time ago as
the work was authorized by the
last legislature and the money has
been available for some time.
.mo comity iiingincer was in
structed to make proper surveys
and estimates of tho proposed road
from Kihei to Makena.
Tho Engineer was further in
structcd to furnish plans for the
further development of the Iao
Valley road and present tho samo
as soon as possiblo to the board
The offer of the Maui Dry Goods
and Grocery Company, J. N. K
iveoia anu ratncK uocicott to pay
one naif of the co3t of tho amount
expended for tho laying of a now
sidewalk in front of their property
on Mam Street from the corner of
Market to tho new depot was taken
up and the bids for the work order
ed advertised for. This will bo
another improvement that the
whole town will much appreciate
as a walk to the now depot will bo
niado quite easy.
I ho bids for the laying of the
new cemont sidewalk along the
niakai side of High Street wero
opened and of the two bidders, T
71 T .1 1 i
u. ljyona was uie lower by over
four hundred dollars and was
awarded the contract. .
Tho county engineer was autho
rized to advertise for bids for a two
thousand gallon steel oil tank.
The County Sheriff was instruct
ed to require his officers to enforce
the dog tax law at all times.
Tho clerk was instructed to write
tho Superintendent of the Insano
Asylum as to tho number of in
mates now in the asylum from the
County of Maui.
Un Saturday evening tho Board
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 ou some of the old patterns of cheap sewing machines when they
are new, but they always work hard, are noisy ami 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
R. W. HOWELL, . APPMT nnn rj.ii..
wailuku. ' AGENT FOR MAUI.
WIIJ, RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
BY HIS SISTER.
Acquitted on a Charge of Murder is Shot and
Killed the same Week by his
DREYFUS AT LAST GEFS JUSTICE.
Forty Thousand Jews Flee from Russia to New York for
Safety Russian Cabinet Resigns. Ambassador
Wright received by the Emperor.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 9G dog. 3.71875 Beets 8s. 4d.
SEATTLE, July 1-1. Young Mitchell who was acquitted hero on
Tuesday on a charge of murdering Cheflickl of Holy Rollers, was shot
and killed by his sister Esther, last night.
CEDAR RAPIDS, July 13.- Seven children wore playing, on the
bank of tho Cedar River today, ono of tho children fell in a faint into
the water. In an attempt to rescue their companion, six of tho child
ren were drowned.
PARIS, July 13. Dreyfus will be restored to the army with , tho
rank of Lieutenant Colonel.
TOKIO, July 13. Luko Wright, tho American Ambassador, has
been received by tho Emperor.
EL PASO, J" uly 13. Seven persons were killed in Chihuahua to
day by a cloudburst.
WARSAW, July 12. Forty thousand Jews have fled ior NowrYork
within the last three days as thoy feared a revolutionary outbreak,
ST. PETERSBURG, July 12. Tho cabinet has tendered its rrs,V.
nation to the Emperor.' He has as yet taken no action in tho matter.
SEBASTOPOL, June 12. Admiral Choichnin. who was shot.
sailors hero on Wednesday, is dnnd -
NIJNI NOVGOROD, July 10. Four hundred and fortv-si nmwnnt.
have been indicted for participation in agrarian disordors.
TAMBOV, July 10. Tho cavalry regiments have mutinied and barri
caded themselves in ihoir barracks.
LONDON, July 10. Diplomatic relations have bflnn rpsnmhii )inf?nnn
Great Britain and Servia.
MANILA, July 10. Twenty-ono now cases and ton do.ithq fmm
lera wore roportod yesterday. One of tho dead was an American.
SAN JUAN, Porto Rico, July 'l0. The cruiser Charleston, with
tary Root on board, has arrived horo.
HAMBURG, July 10. Becauso of the emigrant rate war. tho en nf
passage to Now York has been reduced to $2.50.
WASHINGTON, July 10,-Tho Civil Service Commission have ronnm.
mended tho inclusion of tho employes of tho intornal revonun dnnnrtmf
in tho classified service. " '
PARIS, July 10. -President Falliores eavo a brilliaut dinner last nl.,hr.
at the Elyseo to tho Longworths. The officials of tho government,' and the '
members of the diplomatic corps attended.
SALONICA, July 10. The Turkish trooDS annihilated ihrnn nT-
rian bands, killing ninoty-two. Tho Turks lost twontv.
OLONGAPO, .July 10. The drydock Dowoy has arrived horo.
ST. PETERSBURG, July 9.-Numerous political demonstratfnnltL
terday wero dispersed by tho Cossack troops. "
ORANIENBAUM. July 9. -Tho Emperor Nicholas and Emnrns, in
spectod the hospitals horc today.
TIFLIS, July 9. Fearing uprisings, tho trovornment hus nnmm.,t,i
tho death sentences of 27 mutiueers to torms of short imprisonment. '
ST. PETERSBURG, July 9. Serious Agrarian disordors aro reported
Soveuteon have beon killed in a conflict between Cossacks and nA.IMis
" f WMUMl t)
WASHINGTON, July 9.-Tho transport Thomas has boon floated.
LONDON, July 9. Tho British steamers Lanidnv nn,l Pid,- ...
collided in the English Ohannol. Tho Fishren sank but her crow .
WASHINGTON, July 9. Tho floating drydock Dewey is exnecto,! t
arrive at Manila on July 12.
TRONDHJEM, Norway, July 9. Emneror Wlllmm nf r,
arrived for the coronation ceremonies and has been cordially creeled bv
lung uaakou. -
CHATTANOOGA, Tonn., July B.-Four tralnmnn hav hiii :
a railway collision.
DURBAN, July 9.-The Natal troops ha vol killed 747 Zulu rebels, '
. WAWONA.'Cql., July 9. -A lono hiohwavm l,nC i,i n., vw.