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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 17, i90b
J. M. VIVAS
ATTOUNEY at law
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI
EDMUND II. HART
Notary Puumo, CoSvkvenokr and
Aqent to Grant Mamuau: License
Office, Circuit Court, 2mm Circuit
Remember :hnso who aYe fur away
but wliom1 you still love, 'with i
Christmas or New-year's Cird. Jt
"costs so lit th', and it will please them
so much. Do not wait till it Is loo
We have a beautil'il collection of
cards from ten to twenty-five cent?.
Come and make .your s"lection before
the prettiest ones aro sold.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Tel. I6 Makavvao
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
0. H. Coqkp . . , , . . . Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D, Tenney, J. A. McCandless,
C'. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business. .
H. JVI. Wells Fails Over High Pali and is Yery
Seriously Injured.LittIe Chance
of His Recovery, .
PUUNENE TENNIS TOURNAMENT.
Kevcrend hathcr byivester Dies In Wailuku. Death of Mrs.
Emma Robertson Wine Manufacture Will
Be a Success on Maui.
time ho lins spent It is declining
' years in tho Mission in Honolulu
and in Wailuku.
Father Sylvester wns 0110 of the
most popular priests in the islands
and was highly respected hv nil
v v .
persons regardless of icligious
DEATH OF MRS. EMMA ROBERT
A SERIOUS ACCIDENT.
Monday evening, the 12th, In
spector of Schools II. M, Wells of
Haiku, met with . .1 most sorious
accident in a Kula gulch on the
Kula side of the Kealahou School.
Mr. Wells who had been during
the day inspecting tho Kealahou
School left the school cottage about
6:30 p. nit to make a call upon S.
R. Dowdle, wlioso home is situated
nearly upon tho side of a
gulch. The pathway leading up
ward from the government road is
dangerous one especially after
dark. Ii is thought that Mr. Wells
in the darkness slipped and fell
and rolled down the precipitous
side of the little valley some 00
or 100 feot to tho bottom.
Here he lay for 20 hours for thc
most of the time unconscious-when
lie was found by Mr. Dowdle who
became anxious when he learned
on the .following (Tuesday) after
noon of Mr. Wells intention of
making him a visit.
Mr. Wells wns taken to the
school cottage of .T. Vincente where
at last accounts he was doing as
ell as could ho expected.
Tuesday evening Dr. McConkoy
isited him and reported a com
pound fracture of ope leg in addi
Hon to many severe onuses and a
bad cut in the head. He has 6inco
been removed to the Paia Hospital.
At 1 p,
Last Saturday, 10 inst., was a
day; of interest in Tennis circles in
Puuntfne. -Eight expert players
from tho Clubs in Honolulu arriv
ed per'Claudine. Tiey were met
at Kahului by the Reception Com--mittee
appointed by tho Puuncne
Athletic Association and escorted
to the Club House, where they had
Few people give enough thought to tho earning
capacity of a dollar. When you look at a dollar, do
not think of how much it will buy, hut
HOW MUCH IT A!l LL EARN.
When you find yourself thinking of your dollars
in this way, you are starting on tho only straight
and sure road to wealth. Idlo dollars aro of no moro
uso to tho world than idle men. Every dollar you
make over tho cost of actual necessities should bo
immediately placed under tho safeguard of a strong
hank and kept busily at work earning other dollars
for you. We pay four per cent interest on savings
accounts and figure the interest ovory six months.
AND LAHAINA NATIONAL BANK.
Word has been received here of
the death of Mrs. Emma Robert
son, the wife of George B. Robert
son tho founder of the Maui News
and its' first editor.
Mrs. Robertson was-well known
in Wailuku where she lived for
number of years and where si
mado many friends.
lor some time sho was th
manager of the Maui Hotel and
few persons-have known a more
energetic person than she was
About a year and half ago she
and her husband moved to Ilono
lulu where thy had bought a home
and some months later her healtl
itors however scored thi mr.st , UUB"" lu 11111 aim mier sue ten tor
points, 62-47, and were awarded L"'ormore where she entered the
the cup. , BHimarium mere, as she grew
Tho .seta played between Messrs, 81 . y WOrBe r" Kol)ertson wont
Derby and Bockua luminal Arcsm ! l-'ivermoro to be with her dur-
D.,.,,. , . ......
Krumhaar and Steveson worn nnr. In8 uie Jnst ,10ura 01 r existence.
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ticularlv snectacular and nvnifincr 0,10 uieu n Uio sanitarium on the
brought forth' much enthusiastic Bixtoonth of otober,
Leading Politicians of San Francisco are In
dicted for Extorting Money. Out on
Fifty Thousand Dollars Bail
breakfast, then proceeded to the
Courts (or a little practice.
At 10 a. m. the struggle for su
premacy between Honolulu and
The games were intensely inter
esting, both skill and science being
displayed on both sides. The vis-
applauso from tho Grandstand,
which was occupied by a largo
number of spectators who came
from Kula, Hamakuapoko, Maka-
wao, Lahaina, Wailuku and Ilono
in. lunch was served to
everyone present on the grass and
after a short interval, the contest
for the Cup haVing heon olosed,
games were arranged and played,
during the remainder of the after
tho weathor was perfect, the
Her death is deeply regretted by
her many friends of Maui.
Tho Kaupakalua Wine & Liquor
Lompauy have manufactured al
ready over eight thousand gallons
of wine, and as this is their first
year of business they will no doubt
greatly increase their output as
time goes on.
This week Roy H. Chamberlain
arrived on Maui for tho purpose of
Courts in condition, and the ex- nrranSnB with the Company for
hibition of good playing was a U.1C Purclmsc in California of spi
treat to Mani rASifln.,iB !, "ts, duty free, for fortifying the
an interests in the tramn output of the wine manufactured
Tliia una n ;:.! nero
....urn. 11111,1111 4 mil utimuiu
A bond was signed in the sum of
Ono Thousand Dollars by the Pres
ident of company, J. M. Vivas, for
the faithful observance of tho re
quirements of the Federal Govern
Later on one of the Deputy Col-
revenuo will be
stationed on Maui, and sec that all
of tho rules of the Government are
The new industry promises to be
a success and will open the door to
that in the nast were almost vnlun.
iiaii ot the
of its kind as no contest between
the Islands had ever been drawn
off before. The originator of the
idea is to be congratulated on the
success of his scheme which was
greatly assisted by the hearty sup
port of the manager of tho Puif- ,
tii-....S- lectors of Federal
uuiiu 1 iiwuiuiuii, lur. r, iv. isalU'
The Cup is to be competed for
annually and the next contest will
tako placo in Honolulu, when it is
In hi hnnn'l it will fd.n tn Af..:
t , : r " : ' . "y profitable horticulture on
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the evening with a
served in the Social
Club House, which was attractive
ly decorated with flags.
At 9 p. m. the tables were clear
ed from tho room and dancing
commenced until 11:30 p. in. when
the train left which conveyed tho
Honolulu players to Kahului to
board the Stmr. Likcliko for home.
Masonic Temple Dedicated.
DEATH Oh FATHER SYLVESTER
The now temple erected by Lodge
Maul No. 984 A. F. & A. M. at Ka
hului was dedicated last Saturday
evening in the presence of a larye
number of Masons
J. D. Tucker of Honolulu acted as
Grand Master and Judge A. N. Ko
poiKai prosiucu over uie lodge as
Right Worshipful Grand Master.
B'uhop Restarick delivered, tho nil.
Koverend l'ather Sylvester Hu- dress of the evening, his .subject be-
bert Stoppers, died at tho Catholic "The Nature and Object of
Misairm in Wnii.,1-,, iu .. Masonry." After the dedication
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ihn 19Hl incl.ml
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i. n uuili ill VMirilllOUl, mon ,vn, cnrvo,1 ,,n,1nn l.n CJ...
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g.um, wee. .nsi, vo w, aim came to vision of F. A. Mayfield, tho manager
uiu jHiimuH in iou aim was sta- of tho Maul Hotel.
UUIieu UII ivauai Ulllll ItS U. In J. N. 0. W Inms iv.is t.lm tnct
that year ho was sent to Ahuimanu master and speeches wore made by
ana Jator appointed chaplain of J. D. Tucker A. N. Kepoikai, E. C.
St. Louis College where he labored Brown, H. P. Baldwin, Dr. Derby,
until 1892 when owing to failing "rank, E. Thompson, and John Kid
health he came to Wnilnkn uIim-a we'
he remained until IROfi. n...1 u-.,J Lode Maul is rapidly growing and
i.,. 11 , , -n . , aireauy nas about sixty
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uiiiEuiii .urn iiLxuiiipauieu mm 10 ;sanl
w,.,-. w ,a ruiv,rlI ll0 was eeni Tho new homo of tho r.nd.m
to Kauai, but againas compelled monument to tho energy and enthus-
10 KV0 UP 1113 .WOrk. Since Which I asm of ts mpmhorc
SERIOUS TRAGEDYJN SAN FRANCISCO.
Robbers Attempt Holdup. Four Fatalities and One Serious
ly Hurt. Band is Coming Home. Is Now In
Nevada. John Rockefeller Indicted.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar, 3.81G15. Beets, 8s. 9d. 93d
RAN FRANCISCO, November 1G. Abe Reuf and Mayor Schmitz
have been indicted for exorting money from French Restaurants. Thoy'
surrendered and were released on bail in the sum of $50,000 each. .
SAN FRANCISUO, November 15. Two men are dead, two aro
fatally injured, and ono is seriously injured as a result of an at-,
tempted holdup of a saloon by two masked men at Sixth and Brannon
streets. Ex-policemen O'Conhell refused to hold up his hands as order
ed by the robber and opened fire and killed ono of tho robbers. In
the duel that followed O'Connell was killed and the others that
wore killed or injured were by-standers. One of the robbers escaped,
IIILO, November 15. Manager C. C. Kennedy leaves tomorrow
on the Kinnu on his way to Louisiana to study cano loaders.
HONOLULU, November 15. Tho return passage of the Hawaiian"'
Band will be paid. Col. Jones demands the payment of the $2,000
NEW YORK, November 14. The JCineo arrived here today, 202
days from Kahului with all well on board. As she was long overdue
little hope of her arrival was entertained.
FINDLEY. O., November 14. John D. Rockefeller ha3 been in
dicted for a violation of the Anti-Trust law.
SAN FRANCISCO, November 14. Tho Federal Government is
investigating frauds connected with tho distribution of the relief funds
in this city.
TACOMA, Wash, November 14. Disastrous floods havo occurred
in the Payallup Vallej'.
COLON, Panama, November 14. President Roosevelt arrived here
PARIS, November 14. The Countess Castellano has been grant
ed a divorce. Sho was given the custody of tho children.
ST. PETERSBURG, November 13.-The Constitutional party, in a
conference of leaders, has decided not to renomi.iate, for tho coining elec
tions, any members of tho last parliament.
PUNTA ARENAS, Noveinbor 13. Tho French ship Duchesse do .
Berry has foundered on tho rocks at Torra del Fucgo.
SAN FRANCISCO, November 13. Secrotary Motcajf has finished his
inquiry into tho exclusion of Japanese cluldi en trom 'tho Pacific Heights
school and leaves for Washington today. Ho will make no statement.
NEW YORK, November 13! Sixteen hundred engineers and firemen
on the Erie railroad nave voted to uo on a striko if their demands aro not
WASHINGTON, November 13. Tho Insular Bureau has invitod bids
on $2,000,000 worth of Manila bonds.
WASHINGTON, November 13. Moxican revolutionists, now iu tho
American side of tho border, have been ordered deported. , -
GIBRALTAR, November 13. The British and French fleets will en
gage in a demonstration in Moorish waters.
PITTSBURG. November 13. The city is terrorized by crime, and a
vlgilanco coinmitteo has been appointed.
MITAU, Nov. 13 A punitive expedition in tho Croutzborg district
killed 90 peasants and revolutionists.
MOSCOW, Russia, Nov. 13. The man who throw the bomb at. Major
Rheinbot yesterday was a membor of a family of well known revolutionists.
PARIS, France, Nov. 13. The Socialists have decided to support the
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 13. A wall on Mark'ot and Twelfth
streets fell today, injuring two workmen fatally.
ASTORIA, Oregon, Nov. 13. The British ship Galena is ashoro on
Clatsop Beajjjj. All on board saved.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 13. Mayor Schmitz. who loft for a
vacation trip to Europe just beforo the election, is returning.
CAUACAS, Venezuela, Nov. 13. It is belioved that President Castro
is dying. Tho robel Montilla is again in arms against tho Government.
BAKERSFIELD, Cal., November 12. -General Shafter is dying.
ST. PETERSBURG, November 12. Tho soldiors have been forbidden
to participate in politics.
TOPE K A, Kas., November 12. Tho Republicans have elected the
Governor by 2000 majority.
ROME, November 12. No fears aro entertained at tho Vatican of a
upture with Spain.
BRUSSELS, November 12. King Leopold is sufTering from lumbago.
vwi.t-muYiN, JMovemoer uoor raiders aro intimldatln" tho.
farmers, . ;