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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY 2f, 1906
THE MAUI NEWS
Kntercil at the l'ost Ollice at Wuiluku,
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
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Suitsi KirnoN IIatks, in Advance $2.50 jer Year, $1.50 Six Months
MuKh VI. Coke,
The Counties Win. The suit
County against the Auditor of the Territory for the issuance of a
warrant for the one-half of the delinquent taxes collected for the
semi-annual period ending December 31, 1905. wa9 decided by
Judge De Bolt on the 17th instant,
day to the Supreme Court, and heard the following day, and decid
ed within twenty. four hours from
dered its decision, in favor of the
This case was a record breaker
an appeal and having it disposed
Before the suit was brought
County Beard of Supervisors of
some of the best attorneys in the
held that the counties were entitled
Attorney Jas. L. Coke of Wailuku,
by the County of Maui to assist in
Of the taxes already collected
various Counties, Maui will receive at once $2,742.58, Oahu $J3,
089 95, Hawaii :i,348.54, and Kauai,
will be added to ao further taxes
This is one more victory for the
Government is far more popular
than the Territorial Government,
approval all over the island.
New Form of Adver- Robert K. Bonine has been on Maui
ti.sin the Islands. the past week in the interest of the
Thomas A. Edison people, taking moving pictures ol things of in
terest on the island and incidentally some excellent views.
It is the intention to show these
of the United States, and it is the
Committee that by this moans many people will be attracted to
Mr. Bonine has been all over
pictures of places and things ef
lie is especially delighted with
has prolonged his visit to Hawaii
the original intention.
He had expected to remain on Hawaii but one week, but was de
tained over five weeks taking pictures that will doubtless be ap
preciated wherever shown.
At Kawaihae he secured some excelleut pictures of cowboys rop
ing cattle and pulling them into the
baats and taken out to the steamer
by a derrick. At Humuula he secured some excellent pictures of a
sheep shearing scene that should
Some of Maui's finest scenic
world famed Iao Valley, Haleakala
At Puunene he took some fine
earth, and at Kahului, the H. C. &
store in the Territory, and on the
train coming into the dock laden
ing the same onto the barees for
a panoramic view of the harbor
built and the Claudine and the Californian in the harbor unloading.
Some of the pretties; tropical
where some of the Lahainaluna school students were pounding poi
Another picture secured there
who recently rescued from certain
As these pictures will be used all over the mainland and parti
cularly among a class of people who travel.they should be of great
benefit to the islands, in turning to our shores many who are in
the habit of going to Europe instead of seeing the beauties of our
own grand country first.
LONDON, July 18. Lady Curzon,
wife of the former Viceroy of India,
Mary Victoria Curzon, Lady Cur
zon, was born in Chicago, the daught
er of L. Z Leiter, the noted million
aire. She married the Hon. Geo.
Nathaniel Curzon in January, 1895.
He became Under Secretary of For
eign Affairs and Privy Councillor in
August, 1895, and Viceroy of India
in January, 1899.
ST. PETERSBURG, July 18.-The
Czar has requested the Goremykin
Carbinet to retain their poets. Some
days ago the Cabinet members sub
mitted their resignations und theCzar
was in conference with Conservative
Democrats ot the Doiuna for the for
mation of a new Cabinet. The re
quest that Goremykin's Cabinet re
main indicates inability to reach a
NEW YORK. July 17. An appH
cation will probably be made for a
commission to enquire into the sanity
of Harry K. Thaw.
Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
Editor and Alananar
JULY 21, 1906
of Treasurer Trent of Oahu
and appeal .was taken the same
the time the lower court ren
in the matter of time of taking
of, and Is one that will give uni
opinions were asked for by the
this County and received from
Territory, and the only one that
to the delinquent taxes was
who was afterward employd
the suit against the Territorial
that will be distributed among t he
$222.70, and all of these sums
Counties, and a9 the County
with the citizens of the Territory
the decision meets with popular
pictures in the leading theaters
hope of the Hawaii Promotion
the world, and nas taken many
interest wherever he has gone.
the beauties of the islands, and
and the other islands far beyond
sea where they were tied to the
and then hoisted onto the deck
be popular with the public.
views were taken, including the
and many others.
views of the mill, the largest on
S. Co.'s store, the largest retail
wharf a moving picture of a
with sugar, and the men unload
shipment to the coast, as well as
showing the breakwater being
views he secured were at Lahainn,
was of Kuaiwa, the Lahaina hero,
death by drowning, two Japan
ST. PETERSBURG, July 18.
There has been more extensive de
vastation of country estates by the
peasants and murder of the proprie
tors. WASHINGTON, D. C, July 18.
A peace conference between the re
presentatives of Guatemala, San Sal
vador and Honduras is being held on
board the U. S. cruiser Marblehead
at San Jose, Guatemala.
SOCORRO, Mexico, July 18.-More
earthquake shocks have been experi
enced and many refugees are leaving
DENVER, Colo., July 17. Judge
Harry Nelvln of Oakland, Cal., has
been elected Grand Ruler at the an
nual convention of Elks, In session
here. Melvin has been judge of the
Superior Court for five years. He
has been talked of for Governor of
LONDON, Juiy 17.-The fortune
left by Alfred Beit is estimated at
at one hundred and twenty five mil
lion pounds. The bulk of It has been
left for public benefactions.
The members of the various Repub
lican precinct clubs met last Friday
evening and nominated officers for
the different offices of the clus.
Thes nominated for offiicersln the
sixth precinct were President, C. B.
Wells; Vice, S. E. Kalue; 2cd Vice
II. M. Coke; who withdrew and W.
P. Crockett, Secretary; George
Schraeder and J. N. K. Keola, As
sisl ant Secretary; A. Garcia, Trea
surer C. D. Lufl in and L. M. Bald
win who withdrew; Judges of elec
tion; VV. A. McKay, David Crowell,
Rnv. Dodge, Edmund H. Hart, Kau
hlmahii, and E. O. Born; Executive
Committee, S. Keliinol, George
Weight, W. E. Bui, Knmalta, W. T
Robinson, J. K. Knhonkele, Solomon
Kawaihou, D. II. Davis, W. E. Saff
J. N. K. Keola desired to be on the
executive committee and some of his
friends very much desired to have
him there but the club refused to
allow his withdrawal from the post
tion to which ho was nominated and
the ticket as nominated stands the
choice of the members.
Tennis Tournament Drawing.
The drawing of the partners for
the Tennis Tournament that Is to
take place nn I ho 12lh of Angust was
held last Monday
Twenty one ladles and twenty-one
gentlemen will participate.
1 he game promises .to be a most
exciting one and will doubtless be
witnessed by a large number of
The order of playing and the names
of the partners and other particulars
will be given next week as the com
mittees have not as jet finished their
work of arranging the same.
A Japanese gardener at Kaanapa
11 committed suicide last Friday night
by taking poison and then by cutting
open his abdomen.
He had been in Lahaina during the
day and had Imbibed too heavily and
on reaching his home became so
quarrelsome that his wife ran away
and on her return found hint in bed
He had drunk poison that' Ee had
prepared to put on some young
growing plants that were infested
with Insects. Deputy Sheriff Lind
say investigated the mutter and it
was decided that he came to his
death by committing suicide.
Honors Local Men.
The February number of the Nau
tilus, a monthly magazine published
in Boston and devoted to the inter
ests of Conchologists, cont'alns a des
cription of new specimens of Ache
litellidae from th3 Hawaiian- Islands
by D. D.Baldwin of Haiku.
In this article four new land shells
are named and described. One is
known as the' Pa'tulma flemingi,
named for its discoverer, Mr. D. T,
Fleming, who found the shell on East
Maui at Nahiku. One is the Partu
lina lemmom named in honor of Mr.
N. E. Lemon, who discovered it and
one the Partulina Kaaeana, named
for its discoverer, our County Clerk,
Mr. W. F. Kaae.
The last named shell was discover
ed by Mr. Kaae on a lonely peak ot
West Maui in company with Perdi
cella omata, a species long since sup
posed to have become extinct.
Jap Doctors may Mandamus.
The question of the rights of Japa
nese physicians to be examined in
their own laBguugt, as applicants
for licenses to practice, may be tak
en into the courts. Dr. K. Majlraa
and Dr. N. Tsutsumi threaten man
damus proceedings to compel the
Board ot Medical Examiners to ex
amine them through an interpreter.
The members of the Board, it is
stated, will resign if ordered to con
cede the demands of the Japanese, and
no other physicians will consent to
succeed them. This is the view ex
pressed by Dr. A. N. Sinclair,- who
with Drs. Wood and Watertiouae,
constitute the board. The doctors
claim that it is impossible to conduct
a satisfactory examination through a
Japanese intei preter, technical Ja
panese medical terms and Japanese
standards being very different from
Card of Thanks.
Mr. Anton Borba and family wish
to express through these columns, not
being able to do so personally, their
heartfelt thanks to all friends who so
willingly assisted them durUg their
To our friends and patrons:
We are going to retire from the
business known as the Wailuku Cash
Store on August 1st, 1906, and at
this time wish to thank our friends
aud wellwishers for their past pat
All accounts due, and about to be
come due, should be paid to E. O.
Born, Manager, Wailuk u Cash Store.
Realizing that my connectton with
the different political parlies of this
County has been prejudicial to my
Interest! in my professional career,
therefore I make it knows that hence
forth I drop all connection or affilia
tion with any political party in this
County, claiming my undeniable right
of an independent citizen who will
always strive for the welfare of the
community at large.
JOHN M. VIVAS
Wailuku, MauL July 18th, 19.06.
Wm. H. Field has filed an applica
tion for a fifth class liquor license at
Iao Valley, Wailuku, Maui. Any per
tests against the issuance of this
license should be filed in this office by
Monday, July 23, 1906.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oahu,
July 10, 1906.
Plantations to Save Money.
The Hawaiian Commercial Com
pany, the Maul Agricultural Com
pany and the Kihei plantations have
made a new contract with the Union
Oil Company of California for fuel oil.
Under the terms of the contract
they will secure from June 8, fuel oil
at one dollar per barrel delivered on
Maul instead of $1.40 per barrel,
which has been the price 'heretofore.
The new arrangement will mean a
saving to the plantations mentioned
or between $40,000 and $50,000 per
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notice the people of this vicinity are getting the good habit of
coming to ua for a money order when 'they want to send
money away. They used to go to the po3tohice but now they
know the Bank Money Order ia the best. It is the cheapest
and quickest way to send money. If the Bank Order ia lort
you can immediately get a new one without coet or trouble.
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ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Kaupakalua Wine &
Liquor Company, Lt'd., held at Ma
kawao, Maui, on the 7th day nf July,
A. D, 1906, the following namd per
son were duly elected as officers of
said Company, to hold office for one
Board of Directors.
J. M. Vivas President
A. S. Medeiros Secretary
A. F. Tavares Treasurer
J. R. de Souza, A. R. de Souza and
J. V. Marciol.
Dated at Makawao, Maui, this 7th
of July, A. D. 1906.
A. S. MEDEIROS,
Secretary Kaupakulua Wine &
Liquor Co., Lt'd.
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