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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1 90b
J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI
EDMUND II. HART
Notary Poulio, Convevenoer and
Aoent to Grant Marriage License
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
Ve remember in our college days we
used to sing:
There came (is a boon and a blessing
The Pickwick, the Owl, and the
But those days are gone, and so is the
fame oi those pens. We have new and
better pens now, and a new and 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 are the
best in the world.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Drs. Weddick and Dinegar.
A Grand Tennis Tournament at Puunene on the wns 110 mens thoroj later
lnnrtlp1 Mini n mnndnrr 1 n 1 1
1 2th of August Will Take Place of
Harvest Home Dance.
nnd 20th day of July respectively
for the following rensons:
1st. That the mcctinc of tho
13th was advertised to bo held in
the school house at 7:00 A. M.,and
that some of us went to said school
house at the staled time, but thero
learned that a meeting had been
held at tho church at which were
present eight persons in all: three
of whom were not duly enrolled,
and three of whom alhough enroll
ed wore avowed Home Rulers. The
majority of the nominees for tho
different odinns nrntinsrvl t.lmf. nvnn.
I I'-"! WMWM v..vu...
The County Executive Committee Grants Protest of Waihce in8 woro not eligible according to
w m iuiia uuu lUglHUWUIlH OI 1110
Kepublican Party. Therefore,
2nd. We, on tho 20th went to
the meeting with the intention of
nominating eligible officers in place
of those not eligible, but in every
case wo wore ruled out of ord( r by
the presiding officer, Robert J. K.
rd. Vc protest against and re
sent the actions of said Nawahinc.
not only as being unparliamentary
and discourteous, but also as com
ing from an avowed Home Ruler:
and further, wo hold that such
uuiiuozmg tactics on tlio part of a
Homo Ruler posing as a Republi
can should bo severely condemned
as being detrimental to the best in
terests of the Party. v
4th. That said Nawahinc as
presiding officer made a ruling that
REPUBLICANS MUST CONTROL
Republicans and Orders New Club Formed-
Umcers ot rrccinct Uubs hlectcd.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Tk Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under tho Laws of
tho Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS . $70, 000. 00
Chas.' M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustacc Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tennoy, J.' A. McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. F. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
At a meeting hold at the "Puu
none Club" last Monday, it was
decided not to givo a Harvest Homo
dance this year, but to concentrate
all resources on tho Tournament
for tho Puuneno Cups, which will
be hold on the now Courts at Puu-
Thero will bo in addition to tho
Tennis Tournament, a Trap Shoot
Music will be in attendance, and
luncheon will bo served in a suita
No efforts will bo spared to make
the day an enjoyable one.
Below arc the names of tho play
ers for the Mixed Doubles Tennis
Tournament, to be held on Admis
sion Day during August. Those
bracketed together aro tho playing
Mrs. D. von Te:np3ky-II. W.
Rico; Mrs. II. A. Baldwin-F. P.
Rosccrans; Miss Eva Smith-A. M
Simpson; Miss Mabel Taylor-Dr
G. S. Aiken: Miss Johnson-A. C.
Betts: Mrs. S. E.. Taylor-W.White
side; Miss McCann-W. Englo; Mrs,
J. Fantom-H. E. Savaixe: Mrs. D.
B. Murdock-G. E. Beckert, Miss
Aiken-J. B. Thomson; jMrs. Nicol
son-S. Baldwin; Mis3 Engle-D. B
Murdock; Mrs. Dale-Wm.Lougher;
Mrs. J. N. S. Williams-V.L. Boeck;
Mrs. W. D. Lowoll-F. Nicholson:
Miss E. Taylor-Theo. Nickelsen:
Miss E. Betts-W. Searby, 'Miss G.
Sabey-Rov. B. V. Bazata; Mrs. W
S. Nicoll-Wm. Walsh; Miss V. Ma-kec-D.
C. Lindsay; Mrs. .Ethel
Smith-J. N. Rl Williams.
The Tournament will bo con
ducted under the Rules and Regu
lations adopted by the National
Lawn Tennis Association for 1905
Tho first prize will bo tho Pun
none Cups (2), one to be held by
each winner for ono year. Tho
second prize has not yet been de
As there are 21 couples to play,
tho Tournament will start prompt
ly at tho timo to be set, and play
ers not on hand when their names
aro called will be allowed a short
timr nilfl flinn if iwf nntinnfinn
will loso by default.
A program giving tho positions
of tho players, and tho hour at
which they play, will be sent to
liBPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE A1EET-
Fow people givo enough thought to tho earning
capacity of a dollar. When you look at a dollar, do
not think of how much it will buy, but
HOU MUCH IT WILL EARN.
When you find yourself thinking of your dollars
in this way, you aro starting on the only straight
anu sure road to wealth. Idle dollars are of no more
uso to tho world than idlo men. Every dollar voui?
should beT '
The Republican Executive Com
mittce of tho County met in its only those who were present at the
uunusuay auernoon, former meeting would bo allowed
anu alter tlio reading of tho nun- to h.ihs on Mm minnfoa nf . fm
utcs took up the protest from the er meoting which again is contrary
-",u.,u, ,iiu juivo to all intelligible rules of proceed
uunuimuuu mo mecunir tnero as nm
boinc a Homo Rule meeting in- fitli Tlmtnff
stead of a Republican, and asked hnon ol oil rt mi rr
that a new club bo organized under and duly seconded that the newly
...w uuluu,uuu OI UUJ ivepuon- elected president be escorted to the
,,uUU(Cm11TOe, chair ThQ presiding 0flicer, Na-
x.iubu was reau anu uio hvahino refused to . entertain the
prayer unanimously granted and motion. TTa wont Rn fnr na Dtof
M. P. Waiwaiolo and S. E. Kaiuo that although ho had decided to
..wU wuwwuu iu urgamzo a join the Homo Rule Party ho still
club there. had the powcr to pregido nt Ulig
xiiu iiLiioii oi tno central Uom- meoting and the President just
mittee will do much to strengthen elected does not preside until tho
the party there, as it frees the club next meeting, not before. Ho
from tho domination of R. Jl K. further stated that this attempt to
un.muiu wuo nas exerted the most I bulldoze tho chair would result in
harmful influence to tho party his winning over to the Home Rule
there. . .
m, .1, .. i.arty those who have already sign
Tho protest and petition wasLi i. n.ui: n nT b
igned bytlurty-twoRopubhcansof sio led from this ruling of t10
the precinct and is as follows. Clmir. hnt hn rnfllHPfl tn n t .
Whereas tho followinc petition 1 4 u. i ur...
signed by 32 members of the 18th hnd appeal wna likowise , C(
Precinct Clnh IRonnhlinor. pn..,.i ..... '
, """"" "jj wo decided to leave tho meeting,
was presented to and considered .i.m ....
, r, . , nuiwi tve uiu. UUU YU JIUIU UUU OI
by County Executive Committee of our 0WI1. oua5do whern wn llBnMnfl
t in Wnnnhimnn Tok(i. nl ii 2 I '
n 7 r "a "luei" to petition your body to order an
mir hold on Uir OAMi inof .. . .....
.. " 7 other meeting, to be hold in our
,., i. J y. AJU0, precinct for the purpose of nomina
io me uounty Jiixecutivo Com- ,, i: - rr.
imuco oi uio uopuoiican Partv. n, o,m wui:...4i..
n , , ,r , ' Ku UM wuu. 11 u UU11UYU UlUt IIIU
Truu,lU1' icrruory oi ia- actiona of Slid presiding oflicer at
IT 111, f JJu.. . Ill a . , , ,
..' .Vns. ,r . uio aioresaiu meeting, his domm-
'riwiuKu.uuui. nr ,.T ,i. .!., i,..- .,
r. ..rM.i - iw.6 uuu J.-tlllJ-l.iH;-lTiIUlU-tUlllU
ib' . Inttltndo tmifls in wonlron Mm ro,
jWe,.the undersitrned residents .- i i.. , , .
" -------- iu uu uiruuuy wuaKeneu precinct,
and lega voters of tho 18th Pre-Lnd wo believo it to be to J,ie
wuut wi mu uiorusaiu uoiint.v nm :i i i . .....
rr -H ,, . , , J imurema oi mo farty that uio
uierritorv, and boinc dnlv nnrnllrxl
r ii I 1 i r i . i A. . . ...
ao jiiuiuuurH oi uio nopuoiican Par- mauo to leei that it is not tho in
ty of tho aboyo precinct, do hereby tent'on truo Kopublicans to have
enter n nrntost nnincf M,oC,....n.i our cum dominated by avowed
p "Xli Home Rulers, either directly or in
..vuuhuui i luuinut oiuo meotings directly.
mako over tho cost of actual necessities
immediately placed under tho safeguanj of a strong
bank and kept busily at work earhingtother dollars
for you. We pay four per cent interest on savings
accounts and figure tho interest every six months.
AND LAIIAINA NAUiAL HANK.
icld in said precinct on the 13th
(Continued on Page 6.)
SINGER SEWING MACHINES
Cannot be obtained tlirough 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
..-.. owuju u, U1L. oi(i patterns oi ciieap sewing machines when they
nre new. but they always work hard, are noisy and soon wear out.
Kvery SINGlJR MACHIN1J is tested by actual sewing at the factory.
It is always ready for every kind of stitching and will do better work
nnd do it longer than any other because it is of better design and
construction. A Postal Card to
TO A HAIVci w
vvAiLUKu. rtULini run MAUI.
WILL RECEIVK PROMPT ATTPNTTom
Russian Revolutionary Organization in London
bmuggnng Arms-Train Stopped and
Hobbed by Revolutionists,
PRINCE HDRAT KILLED BY AUTOMOBILE
Wdham Jennings Byran Holds Private Audience with King
Edward of England Big Fire in Leeds Causes
Damage Amounting to $75,000.
(SPECIAL TO THO MAUI NEWS.) '
Sugar 9G deg. 3.75 Beets 8s. Gd.
LONDON, July 27.-A Russian revolutionist organization, here, is
engaged m smuggling-arnis into Itussia.
WARSAW, July 27 -Revolutionists have stopped a train near
this city and robhed it of 7500 roubles.
MOSCOW, July 27.-Ten revolutionists last night raided the prin
cipal jewelry store in this city.
CONSTANTINOPLE, July 27.-Ambassador Lishman has pre
sentcd his credentials.
NUICII, July 27. Princo Murat was killed here yesterday by tho
LONDON, J uly 27.-William Jennings Bryan had a private au
dience to-day with King Edward.
JEFFERSON City, July 27.-Governor Folley formally . welcom
ed tho delegates to. tho Republican Convention.
John Kennish and J. P. Neville have been nominated for Supremo
. I?S,Lnd0n' July 27,A fire kero ca."sed damaBO amounting
to 75,000 dollars. The Great Northern Hotel was partially burned.
ST. PETERSBURG. Julv 24.Thn Pnrlinmonf. l,o
i. , .. . . -"".uujissuiiu u luuuiiesio
appealing for a cessatl0n of taxat.on, the abolishing of compulsory military
service and the non-payment of future foreign loans.
MOUNT UNION, Pa.. July 24. Through thn .vnu.
house hero liTe men havo been killed.
RIO DE JANEIRO, July 24,-Tho Pan-American Conference has been '
PARIS, July 24.-Thoro has been a panicky doclino in Russian .securi-
PRAMINGHAM, Mass., July 24.Eight persons' have boon killed -through
tho collapse of a building.
SPOKANE, Wash., July 24.-A Great Northern train plunged over a
sixty-foot embankment, eleven peoplo being killed in tho wreck.
SOUTHAMPTON, July 24. Tho British S. S. Roman collided with
and sank tho Swedish S. S. Talis. Tho passengers and crew wore rescued.
WARSAW, July 24.-Artillerymen attacked their officers' -club, .flrinc
volleys. Iu an exchanpo of shnt.o fwn nf v,o i.m.'-.
cl - -" wiu uiii;uia vuru KHieU.
TOKIO, July 23. General Kodama is dead.
ST. PETERSBURG, July 23.-Goremykln has been relieved, as Pre.
mier and Stolypin has been appointed.
Tho city is an armed camp. Troops haro boon marched into thenar
liamont building, and now hold possession of it.
Thero have been hundreds of arrests of agitators in the streets. Tho
u.CmUOi5U1i-urimmoni a re leaving tho city for Finland, whore thoy will
meet at Helsingfors and determine what course of action to tako with re
ference to tho ukaso of dissolution.
All foreigners are leaving the city, and tho members of tho diplomatic
corps have held a conference to consider tho advisability of askinc their
several governments to send warships to Cronstadt.
The government has issued a manlfnf.tr rlpp.lnrinfT l.n if i...i i
the Parliamentary principle. (
MANITOWOC, Wis., July 23.-Lightning struck thp grandstand dur
ing a baseball game hero yesterday. Five of tho spectators ot tho game
wero killed and a score injured.
MANILA, July 23. Lieutenant Worswick, with twelve privates of the
constabulary civil scouts, havo been killed in a battle with Pulajanea.
NEW YORK, July 23.- Russell Sago died last night.
CHARLOTTE, N. C, July 23. A passenger and a freight train collid
ed on the Seaboard Line last night. Twonty-firo persons woro killed and
SALONIC, July 23. Tho Groeks havo murdored eight Bulgarians.
ST. PETERSBURG, July 23. Tho attempt on tho part of tho. Em
poror to coerco the Douma has been tho result of uniting the opposition
Tho Emperor is now being urged to' dissolve tho council.
Rioting continues in many cities throughout tho Empire.
VIBORG, July 23.-Tho Governor has boon ordorod to disperse 'tho
members of Parliament who adopted tho revolutionary manifesto after the
Martial law has been proclaimed. Sixty thousand troops are undor
arms and 1000 an ests havo been made, " '
WUERZBERG, July 23.-Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Longworth wero
thrown from an automobile hero today. Tho accident was not serious.
LONDON, July 23.-The Russian representatives havo withdrawn from
tho interparliamentary conference.
LONDON, July, 23. -Tho remains of Lady Curzon woro intorred today
In tho Kedleston church yard.
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