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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T.f SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 190&
J. M. VLVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
EDMUND II. HAltT
Notary Puiimc, Conveyknokiv and
Aoent to Grant Mauriaoe License
Onicc, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
The price of all Patent Medicines
is generally printed on the wrapper
by the factory. We never charge
any more than this price. Hence
you can buy as cheaply from us as
you could in Now York.
Try our HorlicU's Malted Milk,
hospital size, 3.75 or the dollar size.
It will make any man, woman or child
stout, and strong.
Goods sent anywhere, Phono or
writo ns. We have about 500 kinds
of Patent Medicines.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Dr. Robert H. Dinegar.
rs3 2 1
8-10 A. M.
"4 TJ AT
Hospital 10:15 A. M.
Temporary office in building
formerly occupied by Maples Drug
Store pending completion of new
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke.! President
P. C. Jones i . .Vice-President
C. H. Cboko Cashier
C. Hustaco Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenncy, J. A, McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
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Few pcoplo 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 -HOVA7
MUCH IX WILL EARN.
When you find yourself thinking of your dollars
in this way, you arc starting on the 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 shoulcl be
immediately placed under the safeguard of a strong
bank and kept busily at work earning other dollars
for you. We pay four per cent interest on savings
accounts and figure the interest every six months,
AND LAHAINA NATIONAL BANK.
Department of Education Sustains Hawaii School
Principal-Insubordination to be Dealt
With Severely Hereafter.
MANY WHITE LABORERS ARE COMING.
Steamer Suveric On Her Way to these Islands with One
Thousand Three Hundred and Twenty-Five
White Laborers for the Plantations.
MUTINY IS SUPPRESSKD.
Honolulu, Oct. 10 The Board
of Education held its regular meet
ing yesterday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock in the office of Superinten
dent Babbit, who presided. Others
in attendance were Cominifsioncrs
Mrs. .1. M. Dowsott, (J. L. Wight,
David Ai and W. It. Farrington.
Leave of absence for two months
was granted Principal Taggard, of
the Kalihi-waena school. Mr. Tag
gard's health is bad and ho will
visit Kona to recuperate. ' In his
absence Mrs. Taggard will be ad
vanced to the acting-Principalship.
The principalship of the Laupa
hoehoe school-was not filled, as Mr.
Swain, who recently resigned that
position, may be induced to return
to the school again.
Inspector King advised the board
that he had closed the Kamaoa
school on account of lack of atten
dance, only eight scholars being
Mr. Irish, School Agent for Kau,
has .csigncd and his place is to bo
filled by Mr, Eaton, who was en
dorsed by Inspector King.
The Superintendent announced
that Miss Allie Felker, the able
principal of Kaahumnnu school,
Honolulu, had succumbed to ner
vous prostration and for a week
past has been confined in the hos
pital. A Jong leavo of absenco was
asked for Miss Felker. The Board
granted the leave of absence, and
Mrs. Crcighton, one of the teachers
at Kaahumanu, will bo the acting
Announcement was made that
Rev. Mr. Mackintosh had recuper
ated from his recent illness to such
Dr, John Weddick.
Wailuku, : : : Maui.
8 to 10 A. M.
2 to 4 P. M.
7 to 8 P. M.
an extent that ho might be able to
teach in tho near future.
Work has been started on the
Kalihi-waena school building. .
Tho charges preferred against
Teacher Plunkeet, of the Nahiku,
Maui, school, were discussed. These
.involved drunkenness and immo
ral conduct. . The inspector of the
district reported to the board that
he had investigated the drunken
ness charges and found them to be
true. lie had therefore suspended
Plunkctt on October 8, his pay also
stopping at that time. .The Board
of Education sustained tho Inspec
tors action. If Mr. Plunkctt desires
to make an explanation to the
board he will be privileged to do
so, although it is likely .that he
will be dismissed from the service.
Mrs. Mesick of the Kapaa,
Kauai, school wrote the board con-
corning the water supplied the
school, stating that it had its source
in rather doubtful surroundings,
where cattle drank of it. Tho water
then ran through taro patches be
foro reaching the school. At times
there was no water. She asked for
a water tank, which will bo fur
nished her. She asked permission
to open a night Echool and was
granted the privilege.
1 Leavo of absence for a short
period was granted Mrs. William
K. Anahu, of the KaluaahaMolo
Miss Bertha Ben Taylor, princi
pal of the Waiohinu, Kau, school
wrote from Virginia askiug that
her leave of absenco be extended
for a few days longer than origin
ally granted. Sho expects to leave
San Francisco on November 3 for
Honolulu and will take the Mauna
Loa for Kau the day of .arrival
In the enso of the Japanese girl
at Waikainaulu, Hawaii, wherein
the parents desired to have her
transferred to another public school
so that after hours alio could attend
a Japanese school at Hakalau, the
board decided that the young lady
could havo her release from her
present school. Tho Superinten
dent staled that under similar cir
cumstances releases of a like char
acter are granted in Ilonolnlu fre
quently. Somo objection from Ha
waii has been made to the desired
Tho mention of this Japanese
school caused Mr. Farrington to
ask whethor all the private schools
in tho Territory had conformed to'
SINGER SEWING MACHINES
Cnunot be obtained through merchandise dealers. They are delivered
directly from maker to user ony through the Company's own em
ployees. There is as great a difference in the cost of making sewing
machines as there is in making watches. A cheap watch will indicate
time with fair accuracy for a short time, l'airy 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 and soon wear out.
livery SINGKR MACIIINH is tested by actual sewing at the factory.
It is uways readly for every kind of stitching and will do belter work
and do it longer than any other because it is of better design and
construction. A Postal Card to
"luuELL' AGENT FOR MAUI.
WILIv RECKIVIl PROMPT ATT11NTI0N. .
the law; that is, had they made
application to the Department of
Public Instruction to open such
schools, ns laid down by tho law.
Superintendent Babbitt said he
knew of none that had. lis read
that portion of the law relating to
There wns some question as to
whether or not these schools be
notified that they violated the law.
Just what final action will bo taken
has not been decided, although in
future proposed privatoschools will
bo required to observe tho letter of
A question of the relations bet
ween Miss Bond, principal of Ma
kapala, Hawaii, school, and Mrs.
McKcnzic, a teacher, was discussed.
It was shown by letters that Miss
Bond, a Smith College graduate,
desired Mrs. McKcnzio to instruct
the girls in the art oi weaving. The
request was not complied with by
Mrs. McKenzie and the matter was
taken up with tho dcpaitment head
quarters. The board yesterday su
stained Miss Bond's position in tho
premises. It was stated that here
wns an opportunity to set an ex
ample of obedience to the authority
of principals, to be shown, notalone
in tho Makapala school but for the
benefit of all schools in the Terri
tory. The board members were all
agreed that any show of insubordi
nation among.teachers toward prin
cipals must be dealt with efficient
ly, otherwise tho influence of prin
cipals would cease.
WHITE LARORBRS COMING.
''The news that the Suveric has
siartcd with a load of immigrants
was good news," said a member of
the Board of Immigration. "Wo
consider that Stackablo has done
excellent work. He had many dif
ficulties to contend with, having
to compete with several other
countries which offered tempting
inducements to immigrants but
now wo hope a permanent connec
tion has been established.
'It is very desirable that Stack
able should be able to spend some
more timo in tho labor fields. For
this reason he has applied to tho
Washington authorities for an ex
tension of his leave of absence, but
no answer to this request has as
yet been received.
"If the extension should bo
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further arrangements in Madeira,
and then leave tho matter in charge
of Frazer, his assistant. It is my
idea that Stackablo should also go
to Italy, so that we might get lab
orers from that country also. On
tho whole, 1 think he should malco
a thorough investigation of all tho
European countries in Avhich thero
arc Jpeoplo desirous to emigrate,
while he is away, so that mo would
have full information on the sub
ject. "The only thing that I am afraid
of is that tho long trip will tend to
discourage the immigrants. A two
months' trip around tho Horn, un
der conditions under which these
Portuguese havo to travel, is bound
to creato somo hardships. It is
liable to make them feel sorry that
Leader of Tarmmany Accauses Independence
League of having Demanded Bribe Money
Barnes is Supreme Chancellor.
BURTON BEGINS TERM OF IMPRISONMENT.
Senator Burton Begins Term in Prison Today.
Another Storm Visits Coast of Florida. Fires
Destroy Much Valuable Property.
(SPECIAL. TO TIIH
Sugar 90 deg. 4. Beets 9s. 4.Jd.
NEW YORK, October 19. Charles F. Murphy, tho leader of-Tam- 1
many, sumir.onetl before the grand jury to testify to his charge that'
tho Indenpcndcncc League demanded money as the prico of withdraw
al of state candidates.
NEW O It LEANS, October 19. The Knights of Pythias in session
here elected C. A. Barnes of Illinois as Supreme Chancellor.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla October 19 There is another storm on tho
Florida coast and Miami is flooded.
PORTSMOUTH, October 19 A sea trial of the Drednaught was -successful.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 19-A fire in the freight sheds here has
caused the loss of $200,000.
TORANTO, October 19 A firo in tho exposition building has '
caused a loss of $250,000.
TOPEKA KANSAS, October 19--IIis appeal to tho Supremo '
Court of the United States having been denied Joseph R. Burton, late
U. S. Senator, convicted of taking bribes, will be committed to prison
SAN FRANCISCO, October 18.
handlers, freight is embargoed here.
ed in the yards.
PORTLAND, Ore, October 18. Shipping here is a standstill ow
ing to tho freight-handler's strike. - "
ST. PETERSBURG, October 18. Dispatches from Tokio say that
the Japanese are fostering an anti-English movement in India.
BIZERTA, October 18. Fourteen salvage outfits havo so far fail- ';
ed to locate the sunken submarine boat Lutin. It is believed the crow
LOS ANGELES, Octobsr lS.-Tho Non-Partisan central committee
claims that there has been a false registration in this city of 4450;
CELINA, O., October 18.-Fivo persons have been killed and 100'
injured by a gasoline explosion in a local store.
WASHINGTON, October 18. Secretary Taft has arrived hero
and resumed his duties.
TOMS RIVER, N. J., October
ODESSA, dctobe'r 18. Three
PHILADELPHIA, October 18.
uioouy anu enueu in a tlraw.
MANILA, October 18. Two'
Thoy did no damage.
they ever left home, in which event
thoy inay send back discouraging
reports to their friends. Tho way
to overcome this will be to bring
tho additional immigrants we want
hero by regular steamers. Wo
should arrange it so that the Por
tugiu so will bo taken in loads of
from 50 to 150 in each steamer via
Tohuantepcc, so that thoy would
arrive hero in a steady stream.--Bulletin.
Reception to iVUhh Turner tiiul
On Tuesday evening, Oct. 1G, Mrs.
F. M. Simpson and Miss Akiau On
Tai invited the townspeople to tho
Aloxander House to welcoino back
to Wailuku Miss Charlotte L. Turner,
and to meet Miss Nora Towner, the
head settlement worker and Miss
Clara L. Strong, tho KhiderBartner.
Judge and Mrs. W. A. McKay,
Mrs. Dr. J. II. Raymond and Mr.
Win. T. Robinson helped roceivo tho
uuests, who weru many in number.
In fact, it was an easier task to count
who were absent than w.iowore pre
sent, for it seemed as if every one
was there. A few were kept away
by previous importantMencagements
or by sickness."
Owing to the strike of freight-'
There are 3500 loaded cars stall!
18. Brouwcr is found not guilty.
terrorists havo been killed whilo'c
The McGovern-Corbett fight was
earthquakes have occurred hero.
After a general handshaking and
hearty words of welcome, an interest- "
ing program was given to tho de-..
light of every one present.
The crowd was too full of fun to
"stay put" all tho eveniug,- so tho
intermission was used for doing tho
old college stunt of pairing off and '
walking around tho room, at short
intevals, however changing partners
by snatching some one from tho on
Another pat t of the evenings fun
was spinning the plato though tho
originator of tho gamo didn't -'Show'
up to make tho first spin. Ho was
caught later however, for his solo
which was enjoyed by all.
Light refrojlimopts were served dur
in the evening . '
The Event o? the Season.
Next Saturday the 27th a Ganden
Party will bo held at residence of
Mrs. .J. H. Raymond by the Woman's
Gudd of Wailuku. The Kahului Rail
road Co. havo kindly Consented to
run free trains from and to Paia)
Sprecklesville Puuneno and Kahului.'
Tickets at 25 cents each will bo on
sale at all points. Childrcns Tickots
will bo 10 cents. Thero will bo
booths for Fancy work, Candy re
freshments etc. etc,