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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1906
The word OREMO is porforntod in the
wrapper of ovory one of our cnlobrated
OtlEMO 5 CIGARS. They havo no
bands. We will not guarantee the qual
ity of any banded imperforated
This is important to every smoker.
Maui Wine &
SOLB AGENTS :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Corner Market and Main Sts. Wailuku, Maui
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OF
WEE.L KNOWN STANDARD RRANDS Ol1
WINES, WHISKEYS. CORDIALS,
LIQUEURS, RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 glasses 25c
SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
S. KimURA, Proprietor.
When you want your carriage repaired to Inst
bring it to tho right shop.
GENERAL BLACKSM1TI1ING HORSE SHOEING.
Alain St. near Market,
brand denotes quality.
in regards to your
1 t 1
needs. oena your
us and you may feel
HONOLULU, T. H.
(Continued from page I.)
friend, tho "Advertiser" saiil ho
was. "The business men linve ask
ed mo to run again and if elected
will again work for the passing of
the refund bill, which means a lot
of money to this Territory."
Ho then addressed tho audience
in Hawaiian, and asked his fellow
llawaiinns not to draw the race
inc. He pointed out tho danger
of having a Homo Itulo party,
which calls itself the party of the
llawaiians. Ho said in Washing
ton this party was known as the
anti haole party and if tho llawa
iians continued to work against tho
haolcs, they will bo tho losers. The
haolcs have the upper hand in all
affairs of Hawaii and arc working
for the good of all. "Abandon the
Homo Rule party and join either
of tho two great parties," thespcak
or said. ''If you do not like tho
ways of tho Democrats, join with
us, the Republicans, and if you do
not like our party, join the Demo
cratF, but never the Homo Rulers.
The harm to llawaiians may not
come in a year or two, but in the
future, if the anti-haolo spirit con
tinues, the same haolcs that have
done a lot for the llawaiians will
turn against them."
Ho then asked his listeners if
they had any questions to ask him.
A Hawaiian present said that they
had no questions to ask, but that
they had the assurance of his vic
tory at the polls.
The delegate then asked all to
vote a straight Republican ticket
for tho Legislature, for if they did,
llawaiians would bo seen in a better
light in Washington.
As to .local County officers ho
said to vote for good men. Those
who have served the County in the
past year nresuch and should all be
Judge Kepoikai.thcn said that ho
had been chosen as the last speaker,
but as it was getting late ho thanked
the people for attending in such a
large number. The meeting then
closed with a song by local singers.
Kmiikcnoull'g Crew Quits
PUAKO, Hawaii, October 1.
The island schooner Kauikeaouli was
dismasted twenty-five miles south of
Kahoolawe Island on September 27.
The crew left tho vessel in a boat
and landed at Kawaihae, Hawaii,
The Kauikeaouli, at the time of tho
pilikin, went adrift in a noitheasl
Allen & Robinson, owners of the
vessel, received the following wiro
HONOKAA, October 1. The
schooner Kauikeaouli was dismasted
on Thursday, at 3 o'clock p. in,,
thirty, five miles to leeward of Ka
The crew abandoned the schonnoi
at 5 p. in. same day. They arrived
at Kawaihae In a boat yesterday,
The crew a,-e -leaving by the Like
Ihe Kauikeaouli was leaking badly
ONCE TURNED TURTLE.
The schooner Kauikeaouli has had
an eventful histoiy. She once sailed
from Honolulu on May 11, 188(5, ;i
ualast for Kohala, Hawaii. Whei
off Molokai the following day the
captain, a Hawaiian, who was at the
wheel, saw a whilwind ahead. In
less than two minutes it struck the
schooner turning hor completely over
the masts and sails going under wat
er. The captain and crew managed
to chmb on to the bligo of tho vessel.
The formi-r with great presence o
mind si ackened tho mainsail and was
laklug ou'. his knife to cut the sails
when then schooner righted herself.
I was none too soon for she. was ra
pidly filling with water. Hie boat,
with oars, water casks, and barrels
of poi, was washed away, and wasee..
a few moments later and tho captain
ordered somo of tho crew to go aud
fetch it. Seeing a number of sharks
hovering around they refused. How
ever, the captain, who was a lino
swimmer and nut alraid of sharks,
jumped into the sea and was soon
alojigs-ide the boat and towed it to
the schooner. The voyage was re
sumed and the tchooner reached her
destination, loaded with sugar and
returned to this port.
The Kau kcaouli is owned by Allen
& Robinson o! this city, Sho is 110
tons gross tonnage. Her length is
80 feet, breadth 25 fcot, depth of hold
8.5 feet and sho carried a crew of six
HawallaiiB. (The little vessel was
built at Ludlow, California, In 1871)
and most of her career has been
passed in Hawaiian wnters.
The schooner left here about a week
ago with a cargo ol fertilizer for Ha
waii. Ad vnrtiscr.
Robinson Nnnieil Ah Trenmircr of
liepubllcnns by Proxy.
Notice was given at 1 1 1 . meeting
of the Republican Territorial Commit
tee held last evening nt hoadquart-
s, of the amendment to the rules
of the parlyjthat. will overcome tho
groat diffigultylhat has existed be
tween tho Fourth audi Fifth District
regarding representation in the
Tho amendment olTered by Com
mitteeman Ballentyne nfjlhe Fourth
Disttict allows for a balancing of the
committee by equal numbers. It
reads as follows:
Amend Section 1, Article 1, by add
ing: "Provided, Tl at in tho County of
Oahn the Committee shall consist of
an equal .number of members frni
tho Fourth and Fifth Districts, the
basis being one 'for each- prec.net
from each district and as many oth
crs as are necessary to make the
District having tho lesser number of
precincts equal to that having the
greater number, the excess over the
number of precincts, in each distilet
to be .'lected by tho other members
from that District."
The other principal business of tho
nveling was the election of a Trons
urer. Tho position was finally pre
sented to V. T. Robinson of Wailuku,
it being understood that Mr. Robin
son's proxy, Frank Kruger, will do
the work connected with tho position.
A formal request was made of the
Rapid Transit Company to place the
notices calling all citizens to register
on the street cars. This was not in
a partizan sense as the party mana
gers want all persons to register and
tho vote will bo sought afterward.
The registration matter is becoming
a very serious one as very little time
remains and it is possible that all the
voters will not be put en tho list for
no other reason than the impossibility
of registering the number eligible In
the time remaining. Bulletin.
Lewis and Low Senntors of
Hilo, Hc waii, Sept. 28.-Tho re
suit of tho Republican nominating
convention committee meeting held
yesterday is as follows:
Senators J. D. Lewis, E.P. Low.
Representatives First District;
J. H. K. Kaiwi, G. F. AITonso, Chas.
Alau, J. W. Manuola.
Sheriff J. K. Nuhnlo.
Treasurer Sam Knuhanc.
Attorney W. S. Wise.
Clerk Sam Pua.
No nomination was made for Audi
the intention being to support
Chas. Maguire, the Democratic can
Supervisors J. D. Supo, S. L. Do
sha, J. T. Moir, A. Fernandez, G. II,
Pulaa, J. A. Maguire.
No norrination was made from Kau
the district being satisfied with O T.
Shiuman, the Democratic nominee.
Sheridan Was Benched
To avoid the capsizing of the trans
port Sheridan, which had worked
herself off tho rocks at Barber's Point
early yesterday morning, and was bo
ing towed to Honolulu by the U. S.
S. Iroquois, tho vessol was beached
n the sandy shore just opposite the
Ewa mill. Hero she lay all day yes
terday, listed considei ab'y to port,
but in no danger of further damage,
while about her, preparing to pull
her off again, were the U. S. A . T
Buford, U. S. S. Iroouois, U. S. R.
C. Manning and tho steamer Iwalani,
At live o'clock yesterday after
noon a line had been passed from tho
Manning, the heavy hedge anchor of
the beached transport had been laid
and other preparatlors well undor
way for tho pull which will take placn
th's morning. The general opi lion of
those on tho scene was that there
would be no difficulty in rolloslliig tho
Sheridan this morning and recom
ir.enciug the towing to tho harbor and
if this opinion be well founded the
transport will bn tied up at the dock
beforo noon today.
The Sheridan got olf the coral knob,
which has held her fast sinco August
30, unassisted at high tide yestorday
morniug, sliding Into deep water
through the power of her winches on
the hedge anchors. Tho Buford and
Manning, had lines on her t)Ut these
were not used. It was a few minutes
before 3 o'clock when she floated.
As soon as possible sho .vas taken
in tow of tho Iroquois, which had re
turned some hours beforo from Mid
way aud gonn without coining into
the harbor directly to Barber's Point.
The Iroquois was making slow pro
gress, having succeeded in bringing
the crippled tn.inport somo five miles
nearer the harbor, when shortly after
8 o'clock she was headed for the shore
and beached on tho sandy bottom
about t hreo miles west of the entrance
to Pearl Harbor. The vessel had
been lightened to ouch an extent to
float hor that sho was found to bo
topheavy and thoso on board were
fearful that in her heavy rolling sho
would turn turtle.
On her decks are placed tho heavy
boilers used to supply powor to tho
pumps and the mass of wrecking gear
taken down to her, while her hull has
been emptied of everything movable.
Tlim it was that she rolled heavily in
the swells, making it necessary that
the dangerous expedient of beaching
her be resorted to. She grounded
easily on the sand bottom, nose on to
shore, altHiuuh during the at lei noon
her stern swung around towards tho
east. Forward she was drawing nine
teen feel six Inches, aud nineteen feet
aft. As she lay yesterday afternoon
there was deep water below her stern
and she was aground for only a short
distance under her bows.
The Sheridiu presented an ex ti e
nu'ly woe begone appearance as sho
lav listed at her new berth. Her
decks have tho appearance of a ma
chine shop, seven boilers being setup
on them, their smokestacks lashed to
the rigging and vomiting clouds of
black smoke which at times settled
on tho sea around and blotted the
transport from sight. Eorythin
obouther is grimy with coaldust and
soot, hor sides are dirty and battered
from tho pounding against them of
the water barge aud tho boats. The
members of her crew are wornout
looking men, hnggnrd and begrimed,
for their work has been grinding and
nerve racking during the past four
The steamer Niiliau, which has been
assisting in tho work of laying out
anchors and passing linos for the
past week, came in yesterday after
noon, bringing back the stevedores
who havo bi'en working on tho Me
laucthon in jettisoning the Sheridan's
coal. The stevedores were thankful
to be oil the Sheridan, tho rolling of
which piior to her b' aching had
thoioughly alarmed thrni. Adver
Exhibits for Exposition.
The following letter has been re
ceived in this office and is self ex
planatory. Thoso who arc interested
and can supply any of. tho desired
articles should communicate with the
special agent in charge.
The Maui News,
Under tho direction of tho Chief of
Insular Stations, I have been direct-
ad to prepare material representing
Hawaiian industries for tho Expos!
lion at Jamestown. This Station sent
quite an exhibit to St. Louis, and the
material shown there was again ex
hibited at Portland, and is now "loan
ed to tli6 Yale Commercial Museum
at New Haven, Connecticut, subject
to recall for furthor exhibition pur
poses. The larger part of the oxhl
bit now at Yalo University consists
of tropical fruits.
Would you bo willing to contribute
any other products such as pine
apples, sugar, sisal, vanilla, tobacco,
coffee, rubber, rice, spices, .silk and
etc. for exhibition at the Jamestown
Centennial in connection with the
Station exhibit? If so kindly state
what; the amount; and wl en it can
My understanding is that tho total
cost of transportation and installa
tion of tho exhibit will be paid by tho
U. S. Government.
JARED G. SMITH,
Special Agent in Charge,
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Tel. IQ6 Makawao
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monument Works, Ltd
Rtd t chbi: H if IAN W00
I .t.. i i
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IVIIm limn n rtrrf tflhlo wood frtlCe 111"
not rrrinr vniir old ono now with a neat, at (
Ovrr 1"0 ilwlKrn of Iran Krnco,
Iron B-'loircr Viimc. MrlfecA
rtv... t-!iotn la our catatoguro.
Honolulu, T. M
Nothing but the best of
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting People
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
Full lino of popular brands ot
Celebrated Primo & Se'ae
25c 2 Glasses 25c
BISMARK STABLES CO.Ud
livery, board ,
The BISMARK STABLES
op poses to run the Lkauino L'iveiiy
Stable Business oit MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
Excursion Rates to Tao and Ha'e
akala with competent guides
NEW RIGS--NEW TEAMS
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and nt l'aia and Iliininkunpoko on
Wednesdays at fowebt prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, ECCS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC.
Telephone Orders to
A. H. Landgr. af,
Pkoi'KIKTok KAIIvUA FARM.
Telephone No. 359.
Something To Be
We have just engaged a first
cass Carriage trimmer from IIo
nouu and arc now prepared to
execute a work in this line, in n
workmanike manner, nt-reason-abe
rates. ' 1
Aso carriage, house and sign
painting done nt short notice."
Phone for our prices nt any tlir.e
Shop on Church St.