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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. SFPTEMBER 8, )90e
J. M. VLVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
EDMUND II. HART
Notary Punuo, Conveyenceh and
Acient to Grant Marriaoe License
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
Tlie price of all Patent Medicines
is generally printed on the wrapper
by the factory. Wo never charge
any more than this price. Hence
you can buy as cheaply from us as
you could in New York.
Try our Uorlick's Malted Milk,
hospital size, 3.75 or the dollar size.
It will make any man, woman or child
stoui and strong.
Goods sent anywhere, Phone or
write us. Wo have about COO kinds
of Patent Medicines.
-MAUI DRUG STORE
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. H. Cooko Cashier
C. Hustacc, Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandlcss,
C. H. Atherton, E. Y. 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
MOXAJ MUCH IT WILL EARN.
When you find yourself thinking of your dollars
in this way, you aro starting on the only straight
and sure road to wealth. Idlo dollars aro of no more,
uso to the world than idlo 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 other dollars
for you. Wo pay four per cent interest on savings
accounts and figure the interest every six months.
AND LAHAINA NATIONAL BANK.
Transact Business in Short Order and Ad
journ. Republicans Elect Delegates. Un
usually large Vote Cast in Wailuku.
LAHAINA ENDORSES CANDIDATES.
Lahaina Leads off in Recommending the Nomination of all
of the Present County
MEETING Oh THE SUPERV1S
The County Supervisors held an
unusually short session this week.
The routine business was quickly
transacted and the bills approved
On Tuesday a resolution directing
the clerk to coininunicalo with the
Superintendent of Public Works
and ascertain whether the landing
at Makena is a private landing or
a Territorial one.
The Governor wrote asking for
statistics for use in making out his
annual report to the Secretary of
the Interior. The matter will be
taken up by '10 County Clerk and
the Auditor and the desired statis
tics furnished. The salaries of the
police in Ilina were raised from
Twenty-five dollars per month to
The'matter of laying a concrete
sidewalk on Vineyard Street was
referred to the County Engineer
with the request that he furnish the
Boaid with an estimate of the cost
of grading, filling and completing
the same and he was further re
quested to have a report on the
matter as so,n as possible.
In accordance with a request
from the Kaeleku Sugar Company
an ordinance was passed authoriz
ing the crossing of a railroad track
across the government road near
An ordinance was passed regulat
ing the use of fire arms for hunting
On Wednesday evening the
Board adjourned. A special meet
ing will bo called some day next
week to consider the Iao Valley
REPUBLICAN PRIMARY ELF.C
'TIONS HELD IN WAILUKU.
Saturday afternoon the elec
tion of delegates to the Republican
Territorial and District Conven
tions took place all over the Terri
tory, in accordance with the rules
of the Republican Party.
Officers. Philip Pali is
In Wailuku tho election passed
off very quietly and a little after
eight o'clock tho returns were an
nounced to a number of citizens
who waited at the .Courthouse to
hear the result of the balloting.
There was a little delay in start
ing tho voting for th6 reason that
one of the Judges of Election, M.
Kauhimahu, was absent in Ilono-
Ulu. This necessitated tho meet
ing of tho Executive Committee,
and another judge was appointed
and tho balloting proceeded with
Edmund Hart, D. Crowell and M.
R. Pereira as Judges of Election.
Messrs. L. M. Baldwin, I.--Kala-kaua
and II. M. Coke, whose names
were on the ticket sent in their
withdrawals, which wore read to
thoso present before the casting of
A protest was filed against several
persons who lived in another pre
cinct and therefore not entitled to
vote in the AVailuku Precinct.
There wero 157 votes cast, and
of these onlyono was spoiled, which
goes to show that tho voters now
understand the marking of their
The result of the balloting was
as follows: W. E. Bal, 115; R. A.
SINGER SEWING MACHINES
Cannot be obtained through merchandise dealers. They are delivered
directly from maker 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 wntches. A cheap wntch will indicate,
time with fair accuracy for n 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 bard, are noisy and soon wear out.
Every SINOKR MACHINE is tested by actual sewing at the factory,
It is always ready for every kind of stitching and will do better work
ninl do it longer titan any other because it is of better design and
construction. A l'oslnt Curd to
R WV "luELL' AGENT FOR MAUI.
RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.,
Wadsworth, 120; Kamaka Kailio
nu, 125; A. N. Kcpoikai, 123; D.
II. Davis, 120; S. Keliinoi, 112;
Chas. Bailey, 109; A. Borba Jr.,
108; P. Sommerfeld, 95; J. Plores,
91; W. Mahu, 90; W. S. Mount
castle, 80; Geo. Maxwell, 77; J.
Welch, 70; O. D. Lufkin, 09; J.
Moikeha, 02; J. N. K. Kcolrt, 00;
A. B. Naone, 59.
named twelve wero
PRECINCT ENDORSES CANDI
DATES. Tho Republican Party hold a
mass meeting at Republic Hall
Lahaina this evening.
The sense of the meeting was to
instruct tho delegates to tho Terri
torial and County Convention to
be held at Wailuku on tho 8th and
Resolutions wero endorsed with
out a dissenting voice followed by
3 cheers and a tiger.
Resolved: That the Republican
Precinct Clubs of the 2nd -and 3rd,
Prccincts,'3rd i Representative Dis
trict, do hereby place in nomination
the name of the Honorable J. K.
Kalanianaolc, as our Dolegato ot
Resolved: That the Delegates
to the Territorial Convention aro
hereby instructed to cast their solid
vote for tho Honorable J. K. Kala
nianaolc as Delegate to Congress
for the Territory of Hawaii.
Resolved: That these j precincts
do hereby express .their apprecia
tion of all the good work which
has been done for our Territory by
the Ilonorablo J. K. Kalanianaolc
as our Delegate to Congress.
Resolved: That a copy of these
resolutions ho forwarded to the
Ilonorablo J. K. Kalanianaolc,
and to tho Republican Territorial
and our District Committee.
Philip Pali wa selected by aclama
tion to run again for Representa
tive, Win, Henning for Supcrvis-
J. N. GILLETTE
Receives the Nomination orv the First Ballot
from the Republican
Irrigation Congress Closes Session. Hotel Burns in
Needles. Conditions more Quiet
(SPECIAL TO THE
Sugar 9G deg. 4. Beets 9s. Gd.
SANTA CRUZ, Sept. G.--IIon.
on the first ballot for Governor of
Judges Henshaw, Lorrigan and
the Supreme Court Justices.
BOISSE, Sept. 7. Tho Irrigation Congress has closed,
mento lias been chosen as the next meeting place.
COLUMBUS GROVE. O.. Sent.
i 111 . T 1
two cniKiren nere yesteruay, uecapuaung uiem wun a uuicncr Knug$
One child was three years old and
THE NEEDLES, Arizona, Sept. 0. Tho depot antl hotel atMhl
nlaco burned toclav. Two norsons
TIAVAMA ffnnf ft Pnofpn'a
Cuba. The condition is reported quiet. ;i
WASHINGTON, September 4. Tho State Department deniostlia'tf)
there is any movement to intervene in Cuba. J
RUDA GUGOWSKS, Russia, September 4. -In a battle between Cos-
sacks and workmen, during a funeral, six persons were killed and twenty
SEATTLE, September 4. The U. S; cruiser Boston went ashoro on?
Oreas Island in a fog. She was successfully pulled off anil is uninjured. ;
BOISE, Idaho, September 4 Vice Pci'sidwit Fairbanks delivered anY
address to the irrigr Men congress in sesMon herb. ' ' .
SAN FRANCISCO, September 4. It is probable that an attempt!
bo made today to resume the street car service.
OYSTER BAY, L. I., SepUmber 3. President Roosovelt reviewed
forty warships here today. The naval parado was a most imposing specl-J
acle. ' "'
BELLINGHAM, September 3. The steamer Alki, with, a cargo of."
dynamite, is ashore at Kanaka Bay.
or and Bob. Lindsay for Deputy
Sheriff. These thrco gentlemen
aro tho people's choice as thcro were
no nanus proposed to opposed
them and they therefore received
the unanimous support of all pre
sent. After a speech from our three
local candidates the chair got down
to actual business. A motion was
made and seconded that tho
Republican Precinct Club of the
Jlril. Precinct pledge themselves
to support at the Convention in
Wailuku the following officers of
the Republican party now holding
office: County Attorney, D. II. Case;
Sheriff, W. E. Saffery; Treasurer,
L. M. Baldwin; Auditor, Chas.
Wilcox; Clerk, W. P. Kaac. In
other words this precinct Btands as
a solid vote for the present County
ticket as it stands.
Tho second precinct was present
with its delegates but could not
pledge themselves to support the
county ticket as their club had
held a previous meeting and had
left it to thoir own delegates to use
their own descretion when it came
to tho present County officers.
Tho meeting adjourned amid
great applaii3c and general good
It shows that our County officers
both general and local must bo
hot favorites with the masses to
rcceivo unanimous support. Wo
must admit that our local officers,
Win. Ilcnning as Supervisor and
Bob Lindsay as Sheriff, have served
the County to the best of their in
tegrity and ability during their
term of ollico and it goes without
saying that thoy will both go in on
tho homo stretch in a walk on Nov.
tti. 1UUG. I trlcts. vW
J. N. Gillette waB nominated todavg
California in tho Republican State!
Floss have been nominated?Sforw
7. An insane woman kiUefrSKerl
.. . .1 C?.
the other one year.
trnnna bnvn nrrivnil nf Rnnfinrrr fin
Home Rule Convention.
The delegates to tho Home Rule
County and District Convention mil
in Lahaina on Thursday morning
11 o'clock, with Chas. Notloy presid
ing. They immediately got down to busi
ness and appointed Morris Kcohoka
lole as Secretary by a unanimous
vote. A Committee on Credentials
was then appointed 'anda recess
taken to p. m.-to give this com
mittee time to act.
At 1:30 p. m. the convention was
called to order and after tho report
of the Commiitec on Credentials pro
ceeded to nominate their candidates;
"Billy" White was nominated, for
Senator, receiving 43 votes, while
C. L. Kookoo, the other candidate,
received only 29.
For Representatives tho following,
were nominated: R. J. K. NawahU
ne, S. Kuulo, Wailuku; J. K. Hihio.i
Lahaina; D. H. Kahaulello, Molokaij
G. P. Kauimakaolo, Hana; J. E;
Kekipi, Makawao. t
For County Supervisors: W. H;
Cornwell, Wailuku; G. Kauhi, Laha;
loa; E. Wilcox, Makawao; J. Ahulii
Jr., Hana; J. W. Uahlnui, Molokal;
For County Auditor 'Morris IC
For County Treasuror Thos. B.
County Sheriff J. W. Kalua. 3j
Tho nominations for County Attpjj
noy and County Clerk were leitjto
tho Executive Committee.
For Deputy Sheriffs: Thos. Clarkj
Wailuku; D. Kuarau, Lahaina; Pota
Nakl. Mo.okal; J. A. uanuna. nanar
Adam Forsvtho. Makawao.
ml I .!... lnn!--1
er hi the lino of Homo Rule converij
tlons, as far as time Is concerned. .It
took tho delegates just 4 J hours .Jtqn
get through all thoir work and tendas
to show that they aro improving.'. p
lan hna nlrcndv started'
in Lahaina and other country d9