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What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
If you wish Prosperity
Advertise in the News
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T SATURDAY, AUGUST U, J 906
J. M. VIVAS
attorney at law
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
EDMUND II. HART
NOTAUY PUUMC, CONVEYENCEII AND
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Onice, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
We remember in our college days we
used to sing:
There cnine ns a boon and a blessing
The Pickwick, the Owl, and the
Hut those days arc gone, and so is the
fame of 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 Stiib and the Hst
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.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Lavs of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones.." Vice-President
C. H. Cooke.., Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tennoy, J. A, McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Tcansast a Gjno ral Commercial
and Savings Business.
Few people give enough thought to tho earning
capacity of a dollar. AVheir you look at a dollar, do
not think of how much it will buy, but
HOYA7 7WUCH IT WILL EARN.
When you find yourself thinking of your dollars
in this way, yon are starting on tho only straight
and sure road to wealth. Idle dollars are of no more
use to the world than idle men. Every dollar you
make over the cost of actual necessities should bo
immediately placed under the safeguard" of a strong
bank and kept busily at work earning othor dollars
for you. We pay four per cent interest on savings
accounts and figure tho interest every six months.
J. CASS RESIGNS
Head Carpenter Leaves Aftei Serving H. C. &
3. Co. for Many Years-Was Given
Grand Farewell Dinner.
SUPERVISORS ATTEND FO MUCH BUSINESS.
Money Apportioned For Each District Cesspool Excavator
Needed Physician For Molokai Mokulau
Landing is to be Built Soon.
FAIJEVVBLL. DINNGR TO
A. J. Cass, head carponter of the
Hawaiian Commercial fe Sugar
Company resigned his position Inst
week, and left Friday night for the
Coast where lie expects to make
his future home.
Mr. Cass has been one of the
most valuable men in the employ
of the Company and his resigna
tion was very much regretted by
the management of the plantation
and the many employees of the
Ho had been so long in the em
ploy of the Company that he was
regarded as a part of the planta
tion. Ho it was who built the
wood work of the mill, the club
house and the many cottnges that
have made Puunene the most com
fortable plantation in the group.
For many years ho has had
charge of all of the carpentry work
on the plantation, including many
railroad bridges, Humes, water
gates, and buildings of all descrip-
tions-)Ud hiis done nil his work to
the entire satisfaction of hi3 em
ployers. He was a leader in poli
tics and was highly respected by
all who knew him. The employees
of the plantation .presented him
with a handsome alligator skin
dress suit caso as a token of .their
high esteem on tho day of his de
On Friday evening when he was
away bidding his friends good-by a
grand dinner was prepared for him
at the club house in his honor un
der the direction of George May
field, whoso skill in such matters
is acknowledged by all. Each
guest wore a bow of shavings in
the lapel of his coat.
Tables tor seventy-live were set
and tastefully decorated and the
menu was all that an cpicurian
could wish. The dishes, however,
wcro not known by their usual
names but were designated by
terms in carpentry phraseology as
Cocktnil a la Kdgcr
Raw Oysters with the Hark On
Hand Saw Consomme with Sawdust
Galvanized Spikes, Lead Washers and
Fried Mallets a la Cass
Gable Knd of llecf with Curias
Kiln Dried Chicken with White Lead
Jig-Saw Potatoes, Shingle Nails nnd Door
Crown Moulding with Boiled Oil Dressing
Redwood Ice, Assorted Gargoyles
Rustic Door Knobs, North West Cheese
and Plinth Blocks
Turpentine, Orange Shellac, Black Japan
Vfter dinner speeches were made
by Manager F. F. Baldwin, Honor
ablo II. IP. Baldwin, C. Hansen,
George Mayfield, W. Scarby.R. V.
Filler, F. P. Rosccrans, George L.
Kecno', J. B. Thompson, H. M.
Coke and J. N. S. Williams and
each seemed to try lo outdo the
others in their expressions of good
will toward their friend.
Sonic of the young men got up a
musical programmo and had the
same printed and when it was read
it caused no end of fun but of
course some didn't undertake to
carry out their part of the pro
The programmo with tho names
of the performers omitted was as
1 SOLO Acc. on the Gramophone.
"With My Steam Hammer I'll
Knock Him for You" Chopin.
2 VOCAL SKLRCTI0N...By the Band
Saw Quartetr-'The Wood Spoiler's
Dream, or How Cass Built a Bridge
of Fancies" Arditi
3 SOLO. ..Acc. inOctaveson the Banjo.
"The Rhubarb and the Prune or
Bring Back My Chipmouk to Me."
4 PIANOFORTU Si;U?CTION...Vitli
Violin Obligato "While Cass the
Skylight Frame was Fitting"... Faure
5 SOLO. ..I'm Saddest When I Singp
Where is My Wood Butcher Nowlt
6 SHLUCTION By the Han
Sextette "We'll Cut No More
Rafters For Thee" Mende
- lir.wTATinv mmt nnv. &a,
Uie Swinette "The BaWi
Swell or We'll Meet in jfffijfjWwet
Bye and Bye" JBWSWrer
S TOPICAL SONG ."Alfc$ppged
But Cass Soloed IJestfRS(jjertlett
9 DU15T in C Minor..ygijyffien the
Hand Ax Chips are'PaltiHjVf. Rossini
io TROMBONI5 SI5LT5CTj.....With
Bag-pipe Acconipai(Jfflr.. . ."The
Song of the RirjjjSjwjsWS.... Wagner
the Lass that
aiucd through merchandise dealers. They are delivered
til maker to user only
hero is as great a difference in the cost of making sewing
ns there is in making watches. A cheap watch will indicate
;h fair accuracy for a short
some of the old patterns of
v, but they always work
ry SINGF.R MACHINH is tested by actual sewing at the factory.
s .ilva s ready for every kind
do it longer than any other
ustruction. A Postal Card to
wa"luYuELL' AGENT FOR MAUI.
WILL RF.CF.IVF, PROMPT ATTENTION.
12 SONG "With Megaphone Accom
paniment "When Cass hears the
Grindstone Turning, He'll know Our
Hearts For Him are Ycarning"..L''szt
13 SACRI5D SOLO "The Carpenter's
Prayer" Dc Koven
14 MONOLOGUE.. ."How Can I Leave
15 GRAND FINALF,..."Hetrthe Anvil
Chorus Ringing" Hayden
Aloha Oe. Hawaii Ponoi.
At about nine o,clock the guests
bid Mr. Cass God speed as the train
took him to Camp Seven where
a hack was in waiting to carry him
to the stenir.cr.
Mr. Cass was an exceptionally
valuablo man and it will be extre
mely difficult to secure a man as
skilled in all the lines of work as
COUNTY SUPERVISORS IN GET.
On Tuesday afternoon of this
week tho County Fathers met in
their board rooms for the purpose
of attending to the business of the
All the members wcie in attend
ance, except Mr. Church, who came
in later, as the train was not in
when the board was called to order.
The matter of the various com
munications were taken up first.
In reply to a communication from
the Secretary's Ollico, C. R. Buck
land wrote that maps showing the
various precincts would bo furnish
ed the board as soon as they were
County Attorney D. II. Case
wrote to the board that ho had in
vestigated tho charges against De
puty Sheriff J. II. Mahoe, of Molo
kai and had found no evidence on
which to base charges, but was of
tho opinion that Mahoe had done
his duty, and had been criticised
Tho paper for the election ballots
has arrived and the same are to be
printed as soon as tho conventions
A letter was received from tho
asylum authorities giving the
names of all persons from the
County of Maui who are now in
the Insane Asylum.
A letter from tho Superintendent
of Public Works to the County
Clerk, in reply to a communication
from the Board asking that a
wharf and approach bo built at
Mokulau, was to the effect that the
same would be taken up with the
Governor at once, and an effort
made to have the work dono.
Dr. St. Suro of Molokai wrote
the Board asking that ho bo ap
pointed sanitary inspector for the
and, which was done. For some
the neonlo on the island have
trying to get a physician to
to on tho island, but so far
6 been unable to do so. The
tion of the Territorial Board of
calth in Gending a physician
there as their agent and the pay
given by tho County will enable
tho people there to secure the ser
vices of a physician in caso of need.
Dr. W. F. McConkey wroto the
Board that thero was an old man
who had beon living near Peahi for
many years, and was in an almost
helpless condition from tho effects
of dropsy, and suggested that ho be
sent to the homo of incurables in
(Coutiuucd on page 6.)
through the Company's own em-
time. Fairly good stitching can be
cheap sewing machines when they
hanl, are noisy and soon wear out.
of stitching and will do better work
because it is of better desigu and
OF RACING AUTOS
Two Chaffeurs Are Killed by Collision of Racing
Automobiles While Going at the Rate
of Fifty Miles an Hour.
CHIEF RUSSIAN STRIKERS IN CUSTODY.
Goldficld Agrees to Put Up Purse for Fight Between Joe Gans
and Battling Nelson Milwaukee Bank Cashier
Apprehended Carpenters Strike.
(SPECIAL. TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 9G dcg. 3.875 Beets 9s. ljd.
NEW YORK, August 10. Two chaffeurs were killed and two in
jured in this city yesterday by collision of their racing cars with
wagons while being driven at the rate of 50 miles an hour.
CRONSTADT, August 10. Tho chief members of tho striking
unions arc now in custody.
GOLDFIELD, August 10. An agreement has been reached to
givo Joe Gans ten thousand dollars and Battling Nelson eleven thou
sand dollars for a fight to the finish. Both pugilists have signed to
day. CHICAGO, August 10. The cashier of the Milwaukee Avenuo
State Bank, who has been missing sinco the failure of the bank, is now
TORONTO, August 10. There are 1000 carpenters in this city on
SAN QUENTIN, August 9 Wm. Trebble Cox was hanged hero
today for the murder of his wife in Grass Valley.
ST. PETERSBURG, August 9. The ministry is planning tho
election of a tractable parliament.
The cabinet has recommended to the Czar a credit of 27,000,000
roubles to relievo public distress.
WARSAW, August 9. The peasants have murdered four socialists
who were trying to incite them against the landlords.
WARSAW, August 9. Tho government has ordered that tho peo
ple must pay tho losses in the communities whero terrorist robberies
WASHINGTON, August 9. The government has expressed regret
for tho killing of Japanese poachers on the Aleutian islands, although
holding that it was justifiable.
STRASBOURG, August 9. Two disguised. French spies have been
FORT WORTH, Tex., August 9.--The loss hero by flood will total
ROME, August 9. Cardinal Rampolla is ill.
SEBASTOPOL, Russia, August 7. Twenty thousand people liri vo al
ready left tho city and tho exodus still continues. At tho fortress and on
the warships double staffs of officers are kept on watch with revolvers in
their hands as a mutiny is feared.
ST. PETERSBURG, August G. It is now believed that the strike is
The hopes of the revolutionists are now centered in the anti-govorn-raent
movement at Moscow.
MOSCOW, August G. Thegovernment troops are occupying all of
the railway stations about this city. Many arrests are being made.
BRANTROCK, Mass., August 7. Roy Knabenshuo has made the most
successful balloon trip in the history of this country, arriving here from
New York and traveling 200 miles.
CHICAGp, August 7. The failure of tho Milwaukeo Avenuo Stato
Bank, which closed its doors owing to a shortago roported to.be $1,000,000,
has caused tho death of two depositors, one of whom committed suicide,
the other dying from heart failure. Three of the bank officials are missing.
NEW YORK, August 7.- Yesterday was the hottest day of tho year
here. Twenty deaths occurred and thero were scores of prostrations from
tho heat. At tho government weather bureau tho thermometer registered
92 degrees and in tho streets tho mercury rose to 102 degrees. I
NEW YORK, Augusr7. District Attorney Jo.rome announces that
he will personally conduct the prosecution of Harry K, Thaw.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 7.-Major William B. Schofleld, Paymaster,
U. S. A., who has been on sick leave owing to ill health, committed suicide
here by shooting himself.
SALISBURY, N. C, August 7. A mob of three thousand porsons
lvnched throe negroes, who had been charged with the murder of five per
sons, tho members of one family.
CARTAGENA, Spain, August C The Italian steamship Sirio, from
Genoa for Buenos Ayres, struck a reef off Cape Palos and sank immediate
Out of six hundred emigrants three hundred, Including a prior of tl o
Benedictine order and the Archbishop of San Pedro, perished.
There was a terrible panic on board tho sinking steamship. Tho pco
pie fought with knives for possession of the boats.
Many were killed and wounded. Tho captain committed suicide.
ST. PETERSBURG, August U. -Tho newspaper Novo Vrcrnya pro
pliesies a war between Japan and tho United States with victory to tho
Jupaneso. Japan, it is predicted, will sHze tho Philippines end ;ilawaii and
YELIZA VETPOL, August G. Tho race war between tho Tartars
and Armenians at Shusha in Caucasia has recommenced with greater fury