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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, J 906
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J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI,
EDMUND II. IIAIIT
NoTAHY I'UIIMO, CoNVKYENCEIl AND
AOENT TO GllANT MABIUAOE LICENSE
Onicc, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
The price of nil Patent Medicines
is generally printed on tlio wrapper
by tlic factory. We noyer charge
nuy more limn this price. Henne
you can luy as cheaply from us n
you could in Now York.
Try' mi" Horllek's Malted Milk,
hospital size, 3.7 or tho dolli'r size
It will make any man, woman or cli'.IU
stout anil strong. '
Goods sent anywhere, Phono or
write us. Wo have about 500 kinds
lof Patent Medicines.
MAUi DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Dr. Robert H. Dinegar.
8-10 A. M.
Hospital 10:15 A. M.
Temporary ollico in building
formerly occupied by Maples Drug
Store pending completion of new
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the 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. Uustaco Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tennoy, J. A.- McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. F. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
HELD IN WAILUKU
Voters Gather in Large Numbers to Listen to
Delegate Kalanianaole and Other
ANOTHER BIfi MEETING IN PAIL
Despite the Heavy Rains Thursday a Big Crowd Attends
Meeting in Paia Mill. Board of Supervisors Hold
Regular Monthly Meeting This Week.
REPUBLICAN RALLY IN WAI
LUKU. WudncEilav niht at tho old
Wailuku School House a big crowd
of voters gathered from nil parts of
Wailuku District, and listened to
discourses by several Republican
speakers. It must bo truly said
that u large number of tlioso pre
sent came to see and listen to the
Delegate Knlnninnaolc, but all
listened with interest to the speak
ers preceding him.
A corner of the veranda of the
old School House was decorated
with American and Hawaiian flag?,
and hero sat tho various speakers.
At intervals during. tho evening,
between the addresses, a native
quintct.c from I'uunenc and an
other from" Waiknpu rendered
Long before the set hour the peo
plo'began to gather, singly und in
bunches. A crowd of voters came
from .Vniknpu in a big plantation
wagon, while from Paia and Puu
nene a freo train wns run and a
big crowd arrived just in time for
Judgo A. N. Kcpoikai opened the
meeting as chairman of the even
ing. The Judgo talked ot tno pre
sence of tho Delegate and in a few
words introduced tho first speaker,
Deputy County Attorney W. F.
With well chosen words tho
speaker compared the Republican,
and the Homo Rule parties, lie
said that tho Homo Rule party was
formed by a few selfish, men, while
tho Republican party wa3 that of
commerce, capital and brains. Ho
Dr. John Weddick. .
Wailuku, : : : Maul.
8 to 10 A. M.
Ollico IlmrnW 2 to 1 P. M.
7 to a P. M.
Fow people give enough thought to tho earning
enpacity of a dollar. When you look at a dollar, do
not think of how much it will buy, but
MOYA7 MUCH IT WILL EARN.
When you find yourself thinking of your dollnrs
in this way, you aro starting on tho only straight
and suro road to wealth. Idle dollars aro of no more
use to tho world than idlo men. Every dollar you
mako ovor the cost of actual necessities should bo
immediately placed under tho safeguard of a strong
bank and kept busily at work earning other dollars
for you. Wo pay four per cent interest on savings
nccounts and figure tho interest every six months.
AND LAIIAINA NATIONAL BANK.
asked his listeners to vote a straight
The next speaker, Chas. Wilcox,
tho popular County Auditor, in
iiawaiinn tallied ol tlic progress
the county of Maui had made,
while the other counties have had
to settle disputes in court.. He was
D. II. Case, the County Attorney,
made a good impression on his au
dience. He talked of the good
work the Delegate had done in
Washington and asked all to vote
for him. As to the County officers,
ne said, tnoso now in ollico are
again seeking re-election and should
The chairman, Judge Kcpoikai,
then asked any of the County can
didates present that wished to
speak to come, which request was
anBWC red by Treasurer L. M. Bnld
win, who thanked the voters for
electing him Inst election and again
promising to bo fair to all and to
do his utmost for the County if
Mr.. C. B. Wells, president of the
Precinct Club of Wailuku, was then
introduced as the next speaker. In
a few words Mr. Wells talked of
the good work of the Party. In
closing he introduced the next
Speaker, Delcgnto Kalanianaole.
Tho Prince was well received
and as ho stood up to address the
crowd, tho music started up a. live
ly tune. Ho first spoke in English,
telling of his work in Washington,
and tho manner in which it wns
dono. "It is not with fine speech
making that I havo obtained ap
propriations for this Territory,"
thoprinco said, "but by simply
making friends with such lenders
in Congress, as Mr. Hepburn. Tho
various mcnsurespassed for Ha
waii wore onactcd through my go
ing to these men, my friends, and
nsking them to give mo their assis
tance. They havo never refused
to aid me, I don't know whether
because I am a young man and n
foreigner among them or because
of my being a prince. My position
there is a peculiar ono. Why, I
have heard it remarked that it was
the first timo that n real live Prince
was a dolcgato to Congress. And
so it is, I lmvo been able to mako
more friends than the delegates of
all tho other Territories."
He said further that ho w.as not
anxious for the job, although his
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THE MEETING AT PAIA.
Notwithstanding the heavy down
pour ot rnm wlncli leu all over
Central Maui tho Republican
meeting held in the largo sugar
room of the Paia Mill Thursday
night was attend by about two
hundred voters. A platform was
erected at one end of tho room and
draptcd with American flag bunt
ing. In the back ground were dis
played two large Ainericnn and
lion. II. P. Baldwin presided
nnd introduced Win. 1. Kaac, our
County Clerk, ns ths first spenker
of the eveninc His address in
Hawaiian and English was well
Just as ho finished speaking
Delegate Kalanianaole, accompain
cd by Judgo Kcpoikai, Sam Kala
ma and Sam Keliinoi, entered the
room having just arrived from
Peahi and Huelo whore they had
lnrgcly attended meetings.
The next spenker introduced wns
Sheriff Win. Snffery. In closing
his remarks in Ilawniinn, the
spenker said. "A new baby wns
born on the first of July, 1905, and
placed in our cave (referring to the
present County officers). We hnve
learned its ways and habits. Aro
you going to take that child away
from those who havo learned to
care for it? You certainly will
Mr. Crockett wns then called up
on nnd spoke tor five minutes, his
words being interpreted into Ha
waiian by Chas. Wilcox. Tho De
legate then addressed the audience,
speaking of his work in Washing
ton and advising tho Hawaiians
to work in harmony with all other
Yesterday afternoon the Dele
gate started to Lnhnina where n
large meeting wns to hnve been
held last night. All through tho
Island the delegate has been well
received and assured of his victory
at the coming election.
Tho County Board of Supervisors
held their monthly meeting this
week in their board rooms. All of
the members were present on Tues
day except supervisor Meyer who
was unnblo to get over from Molo
kai until Wednesday morning.
Among the communications was
an application from W. T. Robin
son for tho privilego of crossing
the streets with underground pipes
for an acetelinc gas plant.
A communication from tho Ho
nolulu Iron Works to the effect
that tho ten ton steam roller for
ronds wns in Kahului. This is
the roller that wns recently pur
chased for $3550.
A Porto Rican of Puunene suf
fering with tuberculosis was order
ed sont to the Home for Incurables.
Another old man of Lahaina suf
fering with an incurable diseaso
will probably be sent down as soon
as an application can bo made out
and the same approved by tho
A communication from tho Sunt.
of Public Works relative to the
(Continued on Page 2.)
SINGER SEWING MACHINES
Cannot he obtained through merchandise dcaers. They nrc deivered
dirccty from maker to user ony through the Company's own cm
poyces. There is ns great n.difference in the cost of making sewing
machines ns there is in making watches. A cheap watcli wi indicate
time with fair accuracy for a short time. 1'airy good stitching can be
done on some of the od Uterus of cheap sewing machines when they
are new, but they always work hard, nre noisy and soon wear out.
Every S1NOI5R MACHINE is tested by actua sewing nt the factory.
It is awnys ready for every kind of stitching and wi do belter work
and do it onger than nny other because it is of better design and
construction. A Postal Card to
R. W. HOWELL,
WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
AGENT FOR MAUI,
Choose Moran as Candidate for Governor and
Endorse William Jennings Bryan- and
William Randolph Hearst.
TRANSPORT THOMAS DAMAGED BY FIRE.
Nineteen Bodies Recovered from Pocahantas Colliery,
lision Between Passenger Train and Military
Special cause Five Deaths.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 9(5 deg. 4. Beets 9s. -ljd.
BOSTON, Oct. 5. The Democrats hero have nominated Moran
for Governor and have endorsed Bryan and Hearst.
MANILA, Oct. 5. Tho transport Thomas was a little damaged by
tire. She will sail nearly on schedule time.
RICHMOND, Oct. 5. Nineteen bodies have been recovered from
tho Poeabantas colliery. It is believed that there are 40 people dead.
WARSAW, Oct. 5. The Paymaster has been robbed of $3,000 by
TIPLIS, Oct. 5. An officer hns been killed and several wounded
HONGKONG, Oct. 4. The steamship Charterhouse foundered
north of Hainan Head on September 13. Sixty cabin passengers
perished. A raft with 35 members of the crew was picked up by a
passenger vessel after drifting for 42 hours.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 4. Robbers entered tho Japanese bank
yesterday. They killed tho cashier and fatally wounded tho clerk.
Tho robbers then escaped with .i!5,000 in coin, leaving no traces.
HARRISBURG, Oct. 4. President Roosevelt today dedicated tho
new state capitol in the presence of an immense crowd.
TEHEREN, Oct. 4. The Shah of Persia is ill.
COPENHAGEN, Oct. 4. The King and Queen of Norway arrived
here on a visit to Denmark.
HAVANA, October 2. The Moderates have issued a manifesto strong
ly inferring that the American Commission was to blame for the interven
tion. They denied for themselves all responsibility for the results of tho
Following the manifesto an anti-Amoricau demonstration was made by
150 students. The demonstration was not taken seriously.
Tho revolutionists will commence tho surrender of their arms today.
NEWPORT NEWS, October 2. The battleship Toxas has sailed for
VANCOUVER BARRACKS, October 2. -Thirty-four cars with
troops, the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Field Artillery corps, havo left
here, bound for Cuba.
HAVANA, October l.-A force of 750 marines was landed from tho
United States fleet here today. There was no demonstration over tho
President Palma, the former head of tho Cuban government, will leavo
Secretary of War Taft delivered an address, to the university students
today. He was given an ovation.
Seven casos of yellow fever have been reported by tho medical author
PHILADELPHIA, October 1. Tho government has taken threo
steamers of tho United Fruit Company, for use as transports to convey
troops to Cuba.
WASHINGTON, D. C, October l.-The British stoamor Marion has
been secured as a transport by tho War Department.
PARIS, October 2. Lieutenant Lalim, U. S. A., Is tho winner in the
balloon race for the Bennott Cup.TLo winning balloon crossed the English
CAVITE, October 2. Tho battleship Ohio has sailed for Now York.
KERSON, Russia, October 2. Twenty-three peasants were flogged
to death here jesterday by Cossacks and one hundred and thirty-five others
SHANGHAI, October 2. Tho leaders in tho police strike here havo
been arrested and the strike has ended.
NEW YORK. October 1. Governor Magoon of the Pauama Canal
Zono arrived hero today. He expressed himself as not being in favor of
the employment of Chluese laborers on the Isthmus.
WASHINGTON, D. C, October 1. President Roosevelt arrived to.
day from Oyster Bay.
MOBILE, Alabama, October 1. A heavy rainfall has sot in increas
ing the distress of tho people here.
WASHINGTON, October 1. The troops ordered to Cuba by Prosl-
dent Roosevelt will reach there by Saturday. Another mobilization of 5000
Trouble is not anticipated, however, and this millta rv mnnsurn la nrn.
cautionary and by way of preparations for indefinite occupatiqn of Cuba.
NEW YORK. October 1. Tho transnort Sumner will Knli f
Cuba with 900 troops. The cruisers Philadelphia and Brooklyn also sail
today with 450 marines.
PARIS. October 1. Sixteen balloons renresentln It snvnn nniinthino
havo sailed from tho Tullleries. watched bv a million snpf-tntnra In iUn
James Gordon Bennett cup race.
MOBILE, Ala., October 1. Ono hundred and tivmit v.fivn Uvea ivnrn
lost hero in the hurricane,