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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY 2 1 , 1906
Rfil'UliUCANS 11L.HCT CLUB
R A MP
The word CHEMO is perforated in tho
wrapper of every one of our celebrated
GtlEMO & )s CIGARS. They have no
bands. Wo will nol guarantee tho qual
ity of any banded imperforated
This is important
H. Hackfeld & Co
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
Box 504. HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 113.
Cornei Market and Main Sts.
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OP
WELL KNOWN STANDARD RRANDS OF
WINES, WHISKEYS, CORDIALS,
LIQUEURS, RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 GLASSES " 25c
HEADQUARTERS FOR V
SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
S. KimURA, Proprietor.
When you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it to the right shop.
GENERAL BLACKSMITI1ING HORSE SHOEING.
IS Alain St. near Market,
to every smoker.
This brand denotes quality
Write us in regards to your
Leather needs Send your
Hides to us and you may feel
certain of fair treatment
I In vnri mp picMin t ; dicers of
tlie Republican Parly weio elect d
ast Friday evening throughout tin
Jotinty and whilo tliir merest
liown wiim cviilviic. of the fact
fact that the Hi-pu' licaim have
Hrongor hold than ever there wnt-
he most harmonious attitude die
,ilaycd by Republicans everywhere
md the few opponents for olliccp
filtered the lists in tho ino9t friend
Lahaina stands at tho head of
tho list for harmony as she turned
out one hundred and eighty-five
Republicans at the first meeting
and succeeded in nominating an
i.xcciient list ot ollicers wJio were
io satisfactory to all present that
no balloting was necessary and the
secretary cast one ballot for each
person and declared him elected.
In Wailuku, Manager C. B
Wells was elected President; Hon.
5. E. Kaiue, Vice-President; W. F
Jrookctt, Second Vice-President;
A. Garcia, Assistant Secretary
Edmund II. Hart, David Crowell,
and Moses Kauhiinahu, Judges of
Election; and C. D. Lufkin, Treasur
er, without opposition as thosowho
iiad been nominated against them
withdrew before' the election.
For the office of Secretary, James
X. K. Keola and George D. Schrae
ler crosseu sworus in tne arena
which resulted in a score of twenty
ieven to fortysix in favor ot
There were' ten persons noniinat
eu lor tno oincc ot executixe com
mittcmen which resulted in the
election of It. A. Wadsworth, W
E. Bui, W. T. Robinson, S. Kelii
noi and D. II. Davis.
Mr. Wadsworth received a phen-
ominal vote and surprised his most
intimate friends. That ho'Js popu
lar with all classes is admitted by
all but no ono expected him to re
ceive the highest vote. cast.
At Waiheo the Republicans
found themselves in an unpleasant
predicament. Tho meeting of the
13th was advertised to be held in
tho school house but when tho
members of the club went there
they found that there was no meet
ing there and went homo when to
their surprise it was later found
that a meeting had been held in
tho church where a few of the
friends of R. J. K. Nawahinc, the
ousted member of the Central Com
mittee, managed to got control of
tho offices to such an oxtent that
he could dominate the acts of the
tU the meeting of the 20lh Nn-
waliine presided and refused to put
certain questions duly made and
seconded. He refused to nut an-
peals that wero taken and declared
openly that ho had the right to
preside although the intended to
join tho Homo Rule Party and ex
pected to got every member of tho
club to do the same. This last
statement so far as his own future
acts are concerned was the best
thing for tho party that ho has
donelfor a long time for his acts in
the past have been of such a shady
nature that even his own people
must be glad that he is out for
It is safe to say that ho will not
be received by tho Homo Rule
Party with tho open arms that he
A protest has been filed and a
new election will probably be or
dered and it is tho wish of tho Re
publicans of tho precinct to elect
all Republicans that wore formerly
put up and leave out all Homo
Tho officers of the eighth precinct
ciud at lvinei eiiRtcn ioi tno ensung
two years were mo louowing:
President. James Scott: 1st Vice
President, A. T. McLcod; 2nd Vice
President, w. r. Maura; faect-etary,
G. C. Hofgaard; Treasurer, T. L.
Choy; Executive Commltteo, A. F.
Gorner; W. A. Sparks, Kaili; Judges
of Election, A. b uerncr, W. A.
The ollicors of the thirteenth pro
clnctclubat Hana elected for tho en
suingtwo years were the following;
President, W. P. Hala; 1st Vice
President, Henry Bush; 2nd Vice
President, S. M. Wailehua; Secre
tary, E. -. Opiopio; Assistant Secre
tary, Kalahi; Treasurer, P. Witt
rock; Judges, S. Aikau, Imi Uilnma'
loa, G. Watt. Executive Committee,
iv. Jvaico, jn. umsteu, lu. 11. Ivaun-
loku, W. P. Hum, Kaili
NEAT, REASONABLE ANP
MEMORIALS. Artistic in Design. Duniblo as Time.
J. C. AXTBLL & CO,
F. O. Box 6-4:2
Supervisor Wm. Henning received
a cablegram from tho Coast via Hi n
olulu stating that his 15 year old son
William, had died from an operation.
The boy was away attending college
at Sau Francisco, and from last ac
counts was doing splendidly.
Mrs. Henning took tho Likclikc
for Honolulu Saturday.
Mr. James L. Coko and Hugh
Howell wore visitors Wednesday.
They left on Mr. Howell's new auto-
magig and when they got to the
half way house, the machine was plac
ed by tho wayside and they continued
their journey in a hack to Wailuku.
Dr. Derby, the dontist, is in town,
and is doing a very lucrative business
here. He will remain ten days.
l)e Nebrnskan left Thursday with
25,01)0 bags of P. M. sugar on board.
She made quite a stay at Kaanapali
The tlorners have sold their beauti
ful homo to tho Pioneer Mill Co., and
will leave for the coast to locale per
inanontly in Centerville, California.
They are pioneers .hero In Lahaina,
and will be greatly missed by our
They are disposing of their furni
ture, etc., at privnto sale.
Miss Simpson, who has been away
on a vacation to Hawaii, returned on
the Mauna Loa, Monday morning,
and will shortly open up her Kinder-
gardon classes back of the Baldwin
Hon. H, P. Baldwin has given La
haina a right of way for a sidewalk
and Road Supervisor Chas. Buchanan
will commence to build tho same im
mediately. This will give Lahaina
(ivo feet more of rordwuy.
The natives made quite a haul of
Akule off L&uniupoko Monday, most
of tho lish were bought by Japs and
taken to. Kihei, Spreckelsvillo and
Sheriff Lindsay left per Likellko
with a prisoner for Honoluh'. Ho
will bo back Tuesday.
Ilinns and La Paloma had a game
of ball Sunday at Kilohana Park.
The game was a hot one from start
to finish. The La Palnmas coming
out victorious 1 to 2. Tho greatest
excitement prevailed at each and
every inning. There will be a match
game Sunday botween the two above
mentioned teams. Tho Iliinas arc on
their metal as this makes two games
n succession that they have lost. j
C. Akana of tho Lahaina Store is
taking a much needed rest and his
position is being filled by William
Espinda for the present.
The Wailuku Bow Wong Society
came over to ijahaina and started a
branch of their lodgo bore in Lahaina.
The' havo quite a number of members
ntter the election of ollicers they had
a luau in tho old Davidson premisos.
VP COUNTRY NOTES.
Last Sunday morning, tho 22nd,
Rev. B. V. Bnzata was installed as
pastor of tho Paia Foreign Church.
Tho insta'lution sorvicea consisted of
reading of tho scripture by Rov. Mr.
Santos, prayer by Rev. John Kallno.
sermon by Rov. John Kaliuo, sermon
by Rov. Doremus Scudder of Hono
lulu, and address to tho church and
the 02 tending the hand of fellowship
to tho new pastor by Rov. R. B.
Dodgo of Wailuku. Tho music was
unusually fine, Mrs. Hair, Mr. Nicoll,
Miss Reba Hanumaikai, Mr. Lindsay,
nnd Mr. Mi rdoek singing in the choir
and Mrs. H. A. Baldwin presiding at
the organ. There was a large con
Saturday evening, the 21st, tho
10th Precinct Republican Club (Paia
and Hnmakuapoko) held a meeting
In tho Hnmakuapoko native church
and clioso tho following officers for
the coming two years: H. A. Bald
win, Prosidont; Hon. S. E. Kalama,
1st Vico-Presldont; Chas. C. Krumb
haar, 2nd Vice-President; Thos. M.
Church, Seorotary; P. N. Kahokuo
luna, Asslstt nt Secretary; Enos Vin
cent, Treasurer; John Kallno, E. M.
Feltera, and F. A. Alexander, Judges
of Election; D. C. Lindsay, Dr. W.
F. McConkey, Hon. J. Kallno, Enos
Vincent, and Nelson Kalua, Execu
Saturday afternoon, t.io 21st, the
9th Precinct Ropubliccn Club (Kula
and Mukawao) held a meeting at the
Kokawao Post Office nnd elected tho
following officors for the onsuing two
yenrs: F. W. Hardy, President;
.Bory Manoanoa, 1st, Vice-President;
Isaac Wallace, 2nd Vico-Prosident;
A. F. T.vvaros, Secretary; J. P.
Cockett, Assistant Secretary; Edgar
Morton, Treasurer; D. K. Kaploho,
J. Vincent, and A. N. Fernandez,
Judges of Elpction; and D. Morton,
A. E. Carter, A. N. Fornundez, H.
K.Naniho, and Isaac Wallace, Exe
The Roll of the "Six Hit" Com
piinics. The following is tho list of "sixbit"
or "We'ching" firo insurance com
panies as compiled by Insurance Com
missioner of California Wolf. The
New York Journal says of them and
"Consider what has been dono in
San Francisco. A great calamity
overcame that city. Firo swept it
from end to end. The people who for
years had been paying premiums to
insurranco companies in anticipation
of just such an evont find now that
their money has largely been wasted.
Upon tho strickon city descended
an army of "adiustors" sent there.
to save as much money for the in
surance companies and pay as little
to the policy holders as possible. -As
a result the property holder who
gots 7 per cent of his claim thinks
himself lucky some companies are
trying to evade liability altogether.
On tho othor hand, some corpora
Hons are paying their losses dollar
for dollar for doMar. But the vast
majority belong to what Mr. Wolf,
Insurance Commissioner of California
calls "six-bit class" namely, those
who arc offering 75 cents on the
dollar. Among these the Commis
sioner enumerates the following com
North German of Now York
Security of Baltimore ' t
Insurance Company of North Ame
Alliance of Philadelphia
Aachon and Munich
Spring Garden ,
Glove and Rutgers
American of Philadelphia
Svea of Sweden
Law Union and Crown
Union Assurnnco of London
Victoria of Now York
National of Hartford
German of Peoria
Tradors of Chicago
Anierlca.i of Newark
Firo Association of Philadelphia
Franklin of Philadelphia ,
n n cl
SAFES. Tho Best Made
ALAKEA ST:, Bot. King nnd Hotel Sts.
Homo Firo and Murine
Pacific Undc nvriters
Western of Toronto
Phenix of Brooklyn
Union of Pennsylvania
Security of New Haven
Camden Buffalo German
American of Boston
New York of New York
Nassau of Brookly ' ,,
Scottish Union and Union' ';
Western Underwriters '
German of Freeport
Atlantic Blrminglnm ' ''
Austin of Texas
There are other companies-thon
these which ba e their demand for a
compromise in individual cases upon
the claim that tho earthquake and
not the fire caused the loss. Of them
wo shall have moro to say later.
Continued from page i.)
Therefore wo pray that this our
petition bo favorably received, and
that a call be issued for tho pur
pose oF nominating and electing
officers of the Republican Club of
our precinct, said meeting to be
presided over by a porson duly em
powered by your Committee.
And, whereas tho said Executive
Committee voted to grant the pray
er of said petitioners.
It is hereby ordered by tho said
Excctitivo Committee that a call
be issued for a meeting of tho 18th
Precinct club to bo held at tl.o
Waiheo School House, at 7:30 P.
M., August tho 3rd, 1906 for the
purpose of nominating and elect
ing Precinct Club officers. Messrs.
M. P. Waiwaiolo and S. E. Kaiue
arc hereby empowered to act as
Chairman and Secretary respective
ly of said meeting until the per
manent chairman and secretary
respectively arc elected.
By order of the County Execu-1
tive Committee, County of Mn'ui..
H. P. BALDWIN,, i
, S. Keminoi,
W. J. MOODY
Contractor nnd bulldor
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