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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1906
NOTICE TO TRLHPttONE SUBSCRIBERS.
Superinterdrnt E. I?. Carley, of tin
Maul Telephone Co., lias nvid nr
rannempnts to ''pvc tin- OhVit'l (
turns telephoned to liim direct, on
Tuesday pvrnirj? Nov. (ill', jic-t ns
soon as counted. Tlie four offices, Paia.
WailuUu, L ilmina iind liana, will lip
kept oppn till nitfh', 01 ur.lil the ro
turns ftiv nil in i-xerpt tlie precincts
of Molokni an l Lnnai, and in ordei
: to facilitate matters, the supeiintp
dent requests nil subscribers to rinp
up their respective office for the re
turns, instead cf ringing up Pala
Central as h"'r-tn.fore, the person it
charge ol each office, will be on duty
and will be prepared to give the cor
rect returns to anyone ask!njr for
them as each office will he supplied
with a regular nlly sheet, and lie
returns will be u'wf n to each office
as soo:i as they lire recti ved by Mr.
Carley, at his office in Paia.
Mr. Carley a'sks It as a personal
favor that all subscribers will please
riotf up central and ask for the re
turns, and not wait to be rung up so
that no ono will be overlooked, as is
sure to happen if subscribers wait
for central to ring them up. Paia
and Wailuku Centrals will each have
three extra telephones to answer all
inquiring for the returns.
Maui Telephone Co.
E. B. CARLEY, MGR.
Oct. 20-27-Nov. 3.
Notice To Travelers.
Notice is hereby given that on and
after this date the undersigned livery
and hack men will make a uniform
charge of 12.00 per passenger either
to or from McGregors Landing. The
same charge being made for either
day or night passage.
Dated October 24, 190(5.
Rismark Stables, lao Stables, Cen
tral Stables, Maui Stables, Wailuku
Stables, Kido Hack, No. 4, Tanaka
Hack No. 24, Takase Hack No. 35,
Kondo Hack No. 45, Igawa Hack No.
31, Tubeta Hack No. 19, Hashimoto
Hack No. 23, Konishima Hack No.
46, Ishee Hack No. 16, Sakagawa
Hack No. 13, Aiakagowa, 33, Kazika
Hack No 30. 5t.
Had A Pistol
III 3Ch Haild
Bnkerstield. October 18. A little
after 12 pclock last night the Tot.en
saloon Id Kern was held up and robb
ed of about ISO in coin by a bandit,
who entered the door $ith two hand
kerchiefs tied over his face and with
a revolver in each hand. He tired
one shot at the bartender, but miss
earns aim. Two hours later a man
under the influence of liquor, giving
the same of E. T. Lee of Los Angeles
was arrested. Masks, three revoiv
q nun rm TJa
is in jail and U thought to be the
Burglars used dvnamiteon the safe
nf Wanterman & Co.. at TehaehaDi.
last nteht. blowing the door off the
hinees. Thev were unable, however,
to reach the burelar-nroof dcDart-
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ment. and after rifW the store of
iewelrv. cutlerv and money from the
cash drawer, made their escape
There is do clew to the perpetrators.
Building To Begin
First Of Year.
Wnahmolnn TV (1 . Oft. B. The
drawings and specifications for the
construction of the proposed leprosy
experiment station at Moldkai have
just been completed by the Supervis
ing Architect of the Treasury. Bids
will shortly be oallcd for and by Jan
uary 1st it is expected the work of
construction will be well under way.
"The National Leprosy Investi-
gation Station," as the institution, to
be couducted by the Federal autho
rities in Hawaii will be called, is
directly under the supervision of Sur-
geon Geueral Walter Wyman, ot the
Public Health and Marine Hospital
Service, Y.Tashlngton, D. C. The Act
of Congress, approved 41 arch 3, 1905.
provided for the establishment of the
experiment station at Molokai upon
the granting bv the Territorial Gov
ernment of a suitable tract of land
Surgeon General Wyman, Ou the
occasion of his visit to Hawaii in June,
J90&, selected the site desired for the
GunstEakin Cigar Co., Inc.
use of the station and the required
area has been subsequently ceded by
Governor Carter, So that all that is
nccssary to be done is the erection
and equipment of the proposed inves
tigation Staticn. Already Dr. Walter
II. Brinckerhoff, of the Public Health
and Marine Hospital Service is on
the ground with a pharmacist, and
will be in attendance upon the work
of construction, which it is expected
will soon betrin.
Out of the appropriation of $100,000
for the establishment of the station
165,000 will be expended in tha con
struct iou or buildings and do,000 in
the equipment of the station
Provision has been made in the
plans for hospital buildings, a patho
logical and microscopic laboratory,
mortuary, crematory, pharmacy,
quarters for superintendent, medical
officers, nurses and other attendants
maintained by the. Federal Govern
ment. The most modern scientific
equipment will be provided by the
Bureau and every facility placed at
tlie tlis',osa' )r Brinckerhrtff, m
cnarire, 10 eimuiu nun ' u cunuucii a
through investigation- into the sub
While accommodations have been
provided for a larger number of pa
tients, under the Act of Congress, a
number not to exceed 40 patients only
can be received for treatment at the
institution. No difficulty is anticipat
ed in securing from persons already
at the settlement t' e required allot
ment of patients in whom the pro,
ress of the disease, and the effective
ness of the treatment, can be clotely
waicnea ana recoru. ivuvanceu nos
a i 1 3 A3 J 1
Pi,al methoda mark the adminis
. . ' 1 1
iranon Ol lue siuuon
proposed site or the leprosan
ls along me wovernmeni, rouu,
i ii n .i
adjoining the Baldwin Home at Kala
wao, lying between the roadway and
"e sea. mis sue was especiai.y se
lected by reason of its isolation from
thickly populated portion of the
settlement and at the same time ac
cessible to the landing at Waikolu,
which has been taken over by the
Federal Government. There are a
number c f houses situated in the pro
posed site belonging to the Territory
or private parties, which it will be
necessary to remove, and the adjust
ment of these claims has been left
largel, to Dr. Brinckerhoff, who teon
the scene and better able to judge as
to damages, if any.
The United States will utilise none
of the houses now on the reservation,
as the plans contemplate the erection
of the hospital and other buildings
out of new material. The s'ation will
consist of three compounds, fenced
in by a three and half foot stone wall,
The first and second compounds,
which will be used for the hospital
and administrat'on buildings, will ad
join each other, and the third tract,
which is somewhat removed f torn the
main buildings is to be" reserved for
the residence of the station superm
tendent and other medical officers.
The hcsp'Ual building will be a long,
narrow building 400 feet in leugth,
facing the sea, surrounded by an
enclosure 480 feet by 590 feet. The
object of having a long, narrow build
ing Is to secure perfect vowtil tion
and to make the rooms as light and
THE 0VL IS THE LEADING AND MOST
- 5 CIGAR THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE
cheery as possible. Wide verandas
run alcng either side permitting free
exercise of patients and the enjoy
ment of fresh air and sun. The ver
andas and all exposed doors and win
dows will be screened against mosqui
toes. The strolls' winds, which are
much greater at Kalawao than else
where in the settlement, are expect
ed to assist in keeping the mosquito
pest in check. The hospital contains
12 wards of four beds each, and sii
rooms having sing'.e beds. It will be
provided with a surgical pavilion and
pharmacy, dreasing room, dining hall
and a detached kitchen. In connec
tion with the hospital there will be
installed four bath tubs, steam bath
and one shower, for the use of pati
ents. The offices of the superintendent
and medical staff will be in the ad
joining enclosure. This will be a two
story sti ucture, in which the prac
tical work of the station will be con
ducted. The laboratory is 55 feet by
85 feet in size and contains microscope
ic room, dark room, media room, in
cubatrr department and scientific
workshop. Here also will be the ii
brary and offices. This building will
be of the bungalow pattern, with a
wide vciandaall about. The entrance
to the hospital grounds will be
through the enclosure surrounding
the administration building. In order
to maintain privacy and prevent in
trusion by trespassers the grounds
will bo surrounded by a stone fence,
and only one gateway used both as
an entrance and exit.
Surgeon General Wyman wished it
understood that the wall is In soman
ner intended as a barricade or to
convery the Idea of lirprisonmcnt.
For the better administration of the
establishment, the stone wall and one
means of entrance was detei mined
upon. The grounds will be made as
attractive as possible to the patients
and to those who will be required to
attend to their want9. The color
scheme of the buildings throughout
the station will be green and red.
The shingle roofs will be painted a
rich green and the walls of tho build
ings will be of hhingles painted red.
Somewhat removed from the main
buildings, will be located the resi
dence of the director and pharma
cists composing the medical staff.
These two dwellings will be within an
enclosure 150 feet wide by 400 feet
long. They will face each other up
on a court, and while simple iu de
sign, will be roomy and comfortable.
fheso two buildings are one story
structures. Besides the buildings
enumerated above, there are quar
ters for nurses, stables, laundry,
lavatory, gas house, morgue, and
It is proposed to supply the station
with acetyline gas manufactured on
the placp. The water supply will be
obtained from a spring located in
Waikolu valley, which has been re
served for the use of the leprosarium,
and will be piped to the station. It
will be necessary to build a catch bas
in and erect a pipe line around the
cliff. An area of 150 feet around the
spring has been reserved, in order to
protect the purity of the water, which
it is estimated is capable of yielding
a million gallons of water daily.
Distributors for Territory of Hawaii.
Tho landing at Waikolu at the ex
treme east point of the Molokai set
tlement has been dedicated to the
United Stales and a sufficient sum
will be expended to construct a sate
and suitable landing. The right of
way to the landing will also be own
ed and -maintained by the Federal
Surgeon General Wyman is enth-
siastic over the establishment of tlie
National Leprosy Investigation Sta
tion at Molokai and is giving his per
sonal attention to many matters
affecting the installation of the
station. The details, however, of
equipment, the employment of assis
taiits and the management will b
under the supervision of Directoi
Walter H. Brinckerhoff, in whom tht
Bureau reposes the utmost con
fidence. His visit to the Islands a
year and a half r go has aroused in
him the greatest admiration of the
country and the people. He states
that the station will co-operate with
President L. E. Pinkham and the
Territorial Board of Health, ' for
whose w.rk in the care of the lepers
in the settlement, be has only the
highest praise. General Wyman was
largely instrumental in securing the
passage of the bi'l providing for a
leprosarium in Hawaii and believes
that valuable information to th e sci
entific and sanitary world can be
obtained from the scientific research
and investigathn which the United
States Government will carry on
In A Lighter Yein.
A safe bet is the one you were
going to make and didn't. Philadel
Another motto for the packers:
Omnia possumus omnes (We all can
A Dry Dock. "What is a dry
dock?" a lady asked of Mark Twain
'A thirsty physician," replied the
A Hypocrite. Teacher Johny,
what is a hypocrite? A boy wot
comes t' school wid a smile on his
"Lid you run across anybody in
that automobile tour?" "We ran
em down nrst and then ran across
em." Baltimore American.
"Senator, a political job is pretty
hard to work; isn't it?" "Not very,'
replied Senator Badger, "but gett
ing it is. Milwaukee Sentinel.
Relative Necessities. "Is it neces
sary to enclose stcmps?" asked the
poet. "More necessary, even, than
to enclose poetry," responded the
The Happy Man. Pessimist You
haven't had all that you wanted
life, have you? Optimist No; but
haven't had all that I didn't want,
Gonerous Uncle I will make you a
mouthly allowance, but, understand
me I will pay no debtsl Nephew
All right, uncle. Neither will I.
Tommy Pa, what is the Isthmus
of Panama? " Pa The Isthmus
Panama, Tommy, is a narrow strip
of land connecting Central America
with the United States.'.Treasury. -Life.
Where It Would Do Most Good.
Tailor Well, my little man, will you
have the shoulders padded? Bertie
Naw, If you're going to put any
paddin' in the suit put it in the pants.
What, Indeed! Sarah Gamp (an.
louncing the happy event) Please,
sir it's a little girl. Absent-minded
Father (looking up from his writing)
Eh? Oh- ah ask her what she
wants, will you?
'But," protested Mrs. Newliwed,
"I don't see why you ask 25 ceuts a
half peck for your beans. The other
man only wanted 15 cents." " Yes'm,"
replied the huckster; "but these here
beans o' tqine is all hand-picked."
"Herel you, sir," cried the irate
old gentleman, "Uian t x tell you
never to enter this house again?"
"No, sir," replied his daughter's
persistent suitor. "You said not to
'cross your threshold, so 1 climbed
in the window." Philadelphit Press.
"Young Jolhem always says the
right thing, doesu t he He never
seems at a loss for the proper reply
"Well, I saw him nonplussed onco
"How was that?" "Miss Keeno
asked him if he thought she looked as
old as see was." Cleveland Leader,
Definition. May Girls, what do
the papers mean when they talk of
the seat of war? Ella I don't know
any mor6 than I do what a standing
army is fori Belle Why, how igno
rant you are, dears. The seat of
war is for the standing army to sit
down on when it gets tired.
Her Father But, Sir, you are not
the sort of man I should like for
soon in law. Young Man Oh, that's
alright. You are not the sert of
I should like for a farther-in-law
but I'am not going to make your
daughter miserable for life by refus
ing to mar her on that account.
Chicago Daily News.
I Buppose," said the old-time
friend, "that your folks no longer feel
that anxiety about social matters
that they once experienced." "Yes,
they do," answered Mr. Cumrox
" mother an the girls are now as
busy keepin other women out of so
ciety as they once were gettin in
themselves. " Washington Star.
"Buck" Kilgore, of Texas, who
once kicked open the door or the
House of Representatives when
Speaker Reed had all doors locked to
prevent the miuority from leaving
the floor and thus escape a vote, was
note.! for his indiffereuce to forms aud
rules. Speaker Reed, annoyed by
members bringing lighted cigars up
on the floor of the Jlouse just before
opening time, had signs couspicuounly
poted as follow:
"No smoking on the floor of the
One day just before convening the
House his eagle eye detected Kilgore
nonchalantly puffing away at a fat
cik'ar. Calling a page, he told him
to give his compliments to the gentle
man from Texas and ask him if he
had not seen the signs. After a while
the page returned an seated himself
without reporting to the speaker,
aud sir. Keea was irritated to see
the gentleman from Texas contiuue
ins smoke. With a frown tie sum
moned the page find asked:
"Did you tell tl.e gentleman from
fex is what 1 ai.l?"
'1 did,'' replied tlie p:iL'
"What .lid he sav?" n-ked li.-ed.
"Wi :l rr," Miuninei ed Ihe paj.",
lie siliil to eive his c in I illinen l,s to
1 hi miii (i ll ymi lie did not believe in
W. J. MOODY
Conlrnctor ond fcnllfir
PLANS iiivt KSTIM ATI' S
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Delivered in W.iiluku every Saturday
and at Paia and HaniaknaiKiko on
Wednesdays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, EGGS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN. ETC.
Telephone Orders to
A. H. Landeraf
Proprietor KAILL'A FARM.
Telephone No. 359.
Something To Be
We have just engaged a first
cass Carriage trimmer from Ho
nolulu and are now prepared to
execute a work in this line, in all
workmanlike manner, at reason
Aso carriage, house and sign
painting done at short notice.
Phone for our prices at any time
Shop on Church St. -
BISMARK STABLES CO. ltd
and SALES STABLES
The BISMARK STABLES
opposes to run the Leading. Livery
Stable Business on MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
Excursion Rates to lao and Ha'e-
akala with competent guides
NEW RIGS NEW TEAMS
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monument Works, Ltd
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tlwr lint d'ti ic of Iron tYncn,
etc., hUuwu iu our tutultKU-.
imiijl mum Low Price
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Nothing but the best of
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting People
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