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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER l, 190b
J.. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI,
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Public, Conveyenoeh and
Adent to Grant Mauriaoe License
Ofiicc, Circuit Court, 2nd .Circuit
The price of all Patent Medicines
is generally printed on the wrapper
by tlic ftwtory. Wo ucver charge
any more than this price. Hence
you can luy as cheaply from us as
you could in New York.
Try oil" Horliek's Malted Milk,
hospital bize, 3.75 or tho dollar size.
It will make any man, woman or child
stout and strong.
Goods sent anywhere, Phono or
write us. We have about r00 kinds
of Patent Medicines.
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Drs. Weddick and Dinegar.
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
. The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
.Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. II. Cooko Cashier
C. Hustaco Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tennoy, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Athcrton, E. F. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
Few people give enough thought to the earning
capacity of a dollar. When you look at a dollar, do
not think of how much it will buy, but
how mucH it will earn.
-v When you find yourself thinking of your dollars
in this-wny, you are starling on the-only straight
and suro road to wealth, Idle dollars aro of no nioro
use to tho world than idle men. Every dollar you
mako over the cost of actual necessities should bo
immediately placed under the safeguard of a strong
bank and kept busily at work earning otjier dollars
for you. Wo pay four per cent intercut on saving
accounts and figure tho interest i v. ry six months.
AND LAIIAINA NATIONAL BANK.
Grand Jury to Meet on First Day of Term
Trial Jury to Meet the Follow
KIHEI GUN CLUB SHOOT.
Final Contest Tomorrow
Today Ccara Rubber Grove on Kauai
JURYMEN DRAWN FOR THU
The names of those who are to
servo for the October term of tho
Circuit Court of the Second Circuit
wcro drawn iu Judge Kopoikai's
Court on Wednesday of this week.
The following were drawn to
servo as grand jurors: E. II. Pa-
lekiko, A. J. McLcod, Sam Kcku
licwa, A. Aalbcrg, Manuel Torres,
Chas. Makekau, James L. Corn
well, A K. Forsyth, Ed. Wilcox,
John Kaluna, A. II. Landgraft,
oc Wittefoid, Arthur Allen, E. K.
Dovauchello, John Brown Jr. Louis
II. Sylva, A. J. Fernandcs Jr.,
George Knuiii, F. A. Mayfiold,
Moses M. Kekua, E. Kr Coekett,
II. 15. Wollor and R. J. K. Nawa
hine. The trial jurors for the October
term are E. II. Coekett, Charles
Fardcn, George II. Cumniings, J.
W. Searle, W. F. Callow, M. G.
Pascoall, II. P. McCorriston, 12. M.
Keeney, George Dudoit, Y. F.
Tones, A. V. Clark, J. D. Seabliry,
J. P. Shand, James Gunn, E. A.
Peck, J. II, Foss, Issac Wallace,
Cliarles Thompson, Solomon Ful
ler; A. TJorba Jr., W. K. Buchanan,
City S. Goodness, II. C. Ilalvorscn,
J. A. Harris, Wm, Analiu and II.
The next lorni of the court will
lo held in Lahaina but as the ca
lander is light tho term will proba
bly not be a long one.
KMIBI GUN CLUIS.
Tho Kihei Gun Club met at
Camp Three last Sunday and shot
its first half of tho handicap shoot
that its to decide the championship
of the Club for the season.
Twenty - five -clay birds were
sprung and of those the number
broken by tho different contestants
were. Paul J. Bell 21, Mrs. Lam e
Scott 19, James Scott 19, A. J.
Republican Delegates Elected
McLcod 19, W. A. 'Sparks 18, G. C
Iloffgaard .9, Manuel Maura 12,
On Septombcr first tho final
shoot will tak place at Cnmp One
and a number of other contest.
will be had,
Sonic good shooting will be had
and many of the best shots on .the
island will participate.
Republican Precinct Meeting.
Tho Republicans- held their pre
cinct mcctini' for the purpose ol
nominating delegates to tho County,
District and Territorial Conventions
last Friday evening with .tho result
Hint D.II.Cao, E. (I. Hart arid W. T.
Robinson wcro the unanimous choice
for delegates to the Territorial Con
The .choice for delegates to the
County and District Convention will
have to bo decided at the election of
delegates today as there were twen
ty one nominated while the precinct
is entitled to but twelve.
Some of those who have been nom
inated will probably" withdraw from
the contest, and one at least in not
elligiblo to election, as ho is not a
re sklent of the precinct nor does he
vote in this precinct.
Considerable comment has been
caused by the enrollment of persons
icsiding in tha Waiheo precinct
across tho river and as they have
been illegally enrolled they should
not be allo.vcd to vole.
No hard feelings aro expected to
be caused by this, as all must ac
knowledge the justice of tho conten
tion of tho people hero, and no mat
ter how much this plan might ad
vance the interests of ambitious
politicians it cannot bo to tho inter
ests of tho party hero to nllow its
precinct politics to be dominated by
The following persons wcro nom
inated: Chas. Bailey, W. E. Brl, L.
M. Baldwin, A. Borba, Jr., H. M.
Coke, D. II. Davis, J. C. Flores,
Kamaka Kailianu, I. Kalakaua, S.
Kcliinoi, J. N. K. Kcola, A. N. Kc
poikai, C. D. Lufkin, Wm. Malm,
G. W. Maxwell, J. Mnlkeha, W. S.
Moiuueast'.e, A. B. Naone, F. Som
nicfe'd, R. A. Wadsworth and Jos.
That Grove of Rubber.
A report upon tho urove of Ceara
rubborircos in tho Lihtie, Kauai, for
est plantation nrcnared bv Charles
S. Judd, special forest agent, lias
just been received by Ralph S. IIos
mer, (superintendent or Forestry.
nn. i . . . . .i
niu luuuwiiig u.Niracis con lain ail
the essential facts in tho report:
SINGER SEWING MACHINES
Cannot be obtained through merchandise dealers. They are delivered
directly from mnker to user only through the Company's own em
ployees. There is ns great a difference in the cost of making sewing
machines ns there is in making watches. A cheap watch will iudicatu
time with fair accuracy for a short time, l'nirly good stitching can be
done on some of the old patterns of cheap sewing machines when they
are new, but they always work hard, are noisy ami soon wear out.
livery SINGUK MACIIINIt 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 btter design and
construction. A lWal Card to
B' Ww a"1",1" AGENT FOR MAUI.
W'lhh RI?GKiyi TROMl'T ATTENTION.
"The trcs in question arn the
Ceara rubber (Manihot glaziovii) and
tiro found in a small grovo having an
area of -13-100 of an acre, in the bot
lorn of tho southern gulch of the big
forest, of the Lihuo plantation, at ui
elevation of about 233 feet above sea
"The site is well-protected, the
gulch being about' 70 feet deep ar.d
having oije side covered with planted
koa, the other with Ironwood, and
tho gulch bottom below and above
with ironwood. The soil is a loam in
diced to be somewhat plastic, fresh
and deep. A sma'l stream runs
through the gulch at one side of the
grove, keeping the soil constantly
moist j in fact the ground is actually
boggy in places.
"Formerly the gro-'nd was cover
ed by a planted grove of siris trees,
but these were cut down before the
rubber was 'planted.
"Tho rubber trees wore presum
ably planted in 1890 and arc now sis
year old. 'They seem to have receiv
ed no care and until lately were al
most, lost sight of. The trees were
set out in rows at twelve feet apart
on the average, with about twelve
feet .between rows. In the grove,
which is irregular in shapo following
the windings of the gulch, there are
twenty rows running across and on
tho average six rows running length
"There aro 10-1 living trees with
an average diameter at breast height
(4 J feci about the ground) of six and
one-half inches, and a corresponding
average bright of 51! feet. Diameters
range from two to eleven inches and
heights from 2S to 02 feet.
"Tho trees have the general shapo
of umbrellas but not quite so spread
ing. The crowns of tho different
trees spread out and crowd, cacli to
gether, thus forming a bomplote
canopy. J. no trees arc inclined to
branclNat from four to ten feet above
the ground into three to eight bran
dies, which extend almost .vertically
upward, .giving tho tree, an ap
pearance somewhat resembling a
pitchfork. However, many of tlo
trees have clear boles Which extend
to a good height abovo tho ground.
The trunks aro very round. The
outer bark is extreinoly thin, of a
brownish yellow color and somewhat
shiny, 'the inner bark is very green.
A milky juice flows readily from in
cisions in tho cortex. The trees are
now in blossom, .and also possess
some fruit. Eight small rrbber trees
from six inches to two fcot in height
were observed to be coming up in
tho densest part of the grove. The
trees seem free from attacks of any
NO CHANGES AT TUB MANCHU
The latest report from tho Man
churia, as given out at the office of
Ilackfold it Co., are that there has
been absolutely no cliango in the
situation, despite the reports and
rumors in circulating "yesterday
that water had been finding its
way into the lire room ami that
there had boon a perceptible shift
ing of tho vossol shoroward.
All tho reports received from tho
vessel woro favorablo ones, inas
much as no change is favorablo
under tho circumstances. All tho
available heavy anchors, scvon in
all, have boen put out to hold tho
(Contimitd on page 6.)
U. 'S. Army Transport Sheridan Stranded on
Barber's Point Tug Fearless
to Render Assistance.
CUBAN REBELS SELECT PRESIDENT.
Pctro Monte Has Been Proclaimed President By The
Insurgents Situation Seems Serious.
(SPUCIAL TO TIIU MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 90 dcg. 4. Beets 9s. -IJd.
SANTIAGO, DE CUBA, August 31. Pctro Monte has been pro
claimed President of Cuba by the insurgents.
HAVANA, August 01. An army of five thousand rebels is report
ed nc"ar Cienfuegos.
Three hundred insurgents were killed in an engagement within
o0 miles of Havana.
Iicports from the province of Santa Clara say that the insurrection
The rebels arc seizing horses and cattle and terrorizing the people.
TOKIO, August 81. Foreign minister Ilayashi has been tempo
rarily relieved of the cares of his office owing to ill health. Paionji
has been appointed in his place.
HONOLULU, August 31. The U. S. A. Transport Sheridan went
on the reef at Barber's Point at -1 a. m. today at low tide. She is ap
parently fast. The tug Fearless left immediately to assist her.
HAVANA, Cuba, Augus 28. In a battlo at Cienfuegos tho govern
ment troops defeated the insurgents, killing seventeen.
TOMBOFF, Russia, August 23. The revolutionists havo killed ' a
policeman, two gendarmes and a conductor.
RIGA, Russia, August 28. Thrco revolutionists wero executed here
yesterday and many peasants were
ST. PETERSBURG, August 28.-4,500,000 acres of tho appanage of
the crown have been transferred to a bsnk for distribution among the pea
sants. PEKING, August 28. Tho organization of a parliament for the Chin
eso Empireis being discussed. The Dowager Empress has appointed coir,
niittecs to proparo a digest of the reports of tho commissions.
VALPARAISO, August 28. There has beou another heavy earth
quake shock hero. No damage was
SAN FRANCISCO, August 28.
havo been invited to return to work
considered and themselves treated without prejudice for striking.
TOKIO, August 28. Dalny was declared an opon port on Saturday. '
ST. PETERSBURG, August 27.-A irl has assassinated General
Mill, who had boen active in suppressing riots in Moscow, by shoothig him.
General Min's wife seized the girl and hold her until the police arrivod.
HAVANA, August 27. The Government is considering tho making of
an offer of amnesty, good for thirty days, to revolutionists surrendering
within that time. The situation is more serious than over.
SANTA CLARA, August,27.
President Palma and the Vice President.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 27.
of this city havo gone out on a strike.
Tbo tie-up is complete. Indications
SAN FRANCISCO, August 27.
remains unchanged. There is a rumor
intends to placo the company in tho
the lines under Government protection.
The lines on Geary and California streets are still in operation.
Wren succeeds Burnett as general manager.
HAVANA, August 27. The Government offers to pardon all of tho
insurgents except the captured commanders. Thcso aro to bo pardoned
also if they havo surrendered their commands and arms.
WARSAW, August 27.-Genoral Von Liarliaski, actiug Military Gov
ernor of Warsaw, was today shot and killed instantly. Tho assassin escaped.
CHICAGO, August 27. Tho Federal Grand Juries roport thct they
havo found-ten indictments against tho Standard Oil Company for tho giv
ing of robates. In tho teu indictments there aro 0428 counts.
Redwood City, Cal., August 24. Geo. C. Jones, tho Hawaiian charged
with the murdor of a woman at tho Linden Hotel, at South San Francisco,
has beou found guilty.
TIFLIS, Aug. Tho peasants havo burned tho mauslon of Prince
Palavandoff. The Princess perished in tho flames.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Aug. 25,-A bomb was thrown today in.
to tho rccoption-room of Premier Stolypin. Fifty persons were killed and
wounded. Tho Promior'son and daughter wcro among tho Injured.
HAVANA, Cuba, Aug. 25. Tho insurgout havo occupied sevoral vil
lages. They were dofeated in an ongagomont at Hio Blanco, leaving four
dead and a dozen wouuded ou tho field.
OYSTER BAY, L. L, Aug. 25. President Roosevelt has issued a pro.
clamation appealing to the couutry to aid the earthquake sufferers of Chili,
ASHORE ON OAHU
Tho striking street car operators
on a promise that their demand will bo
Grave differences havo arisen botween
Tho darmen of tho United Railroads
aro that the striko will bo bitterly
Tho situation in tho street car striko
about the effect that the company
hands of a federal receiver and to run
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