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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, J 906
HE, - v ' 'Ju
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J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
EDMUND II. HART
NOTARY PUIIMO. CONYEYENOEII AND
Agent to Giiant Marriage License
OITico, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
From Tuesday Nov. 27 Santa Clans
will take up his headquarters with
ue as he always does when morry old
Christmas is coming. Thorc will be
lovely Holiday-gifts for the crown up
people, ana a profusion of Toys to
gladden the heart of the children.
Prom a great selection of Hawaiian
Curiop. you will bo able to chose some
thing beatiful to send to your absent
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Tel. 166 Makavvao
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. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandlcss,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
Few peoplo give onough thought to the earning
capacity of a dollar. When you look at a dollar, do
not think of how much it will buy, but
HOIA MUCH IX WILL EARN.
When you find yourself thinking of your dollars
in this way, you are starting on the only straight
and suro road to wealth. Idlo dollars aro of no moro
uso to tho world than idle men. Every dollar you
mako over tho cost of actual necessities should bo
immediately placed under tho safeguard of a Btrong
bank and kept busily at work earning other dollars
for you. Wo pay four per cent interest on savings
accounts and figure, tho interest every six months.
AND LAIIAINA NATIONAL BANK.
ARRIVES ON MAUI.
Maui gets one Hundred and thirty eight Portu
guese from Madeira and the
Azores. More to come.
CELEBRATES COMPLETION OF NEW MILL.
Management of Wailuku Sugar Co. Gives Grand Ball in
New Mill Three Chinamen Bound Over
forUsing Dangerous Weapons.
WIIITB LABOR FOB MAUI.
On Tuesday morning the Helene
arrived in port at Kahului with
ono liunureu and unrty eigm
Portuguese who arc just from Me-
dcira on the S. S. Suvcric. They
were tho finest looking lot of la
borers brought to the islands in
nianv years and will doubtless
prove to be a valuable acquisition
to the laboring class of the Tcrri
tory until they learn tho country
nntl become permanent settlers on
our public lands. Tho Portuguese
were a healthy looking lot and
seemed to belong to a good class of
laboring people and were fairly
A great majority of them pre
ferred to go to Puunene, Paia and
Hanmkuapoko where good houses
have been recently built for them
on tracts of tho finest land that
will become theirs as soon as they
finish their term of employment
with the plantations. So well did
all parties seem to be with tho ap
pearanco of the Portuguese that
many expressed the hope that
many more would come to join
these who have just arrived,
Uno incident that caused a
hearty laugh was the attempt of a
young Portugueso girl who has
been in tho country somn three
years to speak to one of tho new
comers in the current pidgin Eng
lish commonly used here. The
new comer was a little slow in get
ting to the train und the young lady
called out "E more bettor you wi
kiwiki." As everybody laughed
she blushed and soon disappeared
DANCE AT THE NEW MILL.
A dance at tho now mill of tho
Wailuku Sugar Company was
given by tho management last Sat
urday nightjo celebrate tho com'
pletion of tho mill. Over ono huiv
dred and fifty persons were present.
The dance was given in the. sugar
room of the new mill and made
the most perfect floor ever used by
the dancers of. Maui. Tho room
1 Ml' il 1 t j 4 (.1
was uriinamiy ngntcu witn ono
hundred and sixty incandescent
lights while international code sig
nal and other flags were used in
great profusion to decorate the
nr.. i kr T-i r i.
iur. ana mrs. u. a. wells re
ceived and stovo to make the even
ing a pleasant one for all. Excel
lent music was furnished by the
Spreckclsville string band. Manv
of the guests took advantage of tho
opportunity and inspected every
department of tho mill.
Refreshments wore in charge -of
F. A. Mayfield, manager of the
At a little after twelve tho guests
departed for their many homes,
having enjoyed a most pleasant
USED LEAD KNUCKLES.
ii is said tnatrad blood exists
between tho Kahului Chinese and
their countrymen of Wailuku and
as a result some was spilled on Mar
ket street last Friday about noon.
u uiiuru vyninaman acted as
a spy for the police and secured
tho evidence necessary for tho con
viction of twenty.soven of .the Ka
hului gamblers. Young Nap then
tried to get Dr. Dinegar to order
the closing of the old skating rink
that is being used as a theater on
tho ground that as diptheria exists
some of his dearly beloved country
men of Wailuku mieht
tho disease. When the Wailuku
Chinese learned what was up they
were furious and many of them
assembled at tho corner of Market
and Main streets to settle theques
uon wun mp. Three of them as
saulted Nap and soon had him
done up. Nap proved to bo a poor
lighter but what ho lacked in fistic
skill ho made up in lung power
and wasn't at all slow in making
use of Ins strong point. Ho was
rescued by a police officer and his
assailants taken to jail where bail
was promptly given and on Mon
day they had their preliminary
hearing before tho District Magis
trate. While Nap was not serious
ly hurt it was shown that his as
sailants had used lead knuckles
and they were bound over to ap
pear before ths grand jury. Nap
secured tho services of attorney J.
L. Loko and tho defendants sent to
Lahaifta for attorney A. N. Haysel-
den who put up a good defenco for
It is probablo that Nap will not
concorn himself so much in future
about tho health of his country
men in Wailuku but will take bet
ter caro of his own.
EXPENSES OF CANDIDATES.
Tho candidates for county and
District ollices have filed their elec
tion cxponeo lists with tho county
clerk. A fow did not include thoir
nominating fee of twenty-five doj
lars. George Kauhi says his ex
penscs over the feo amounted to
ono dollar and fifty cents.
Of tho entire list J. M. Vivas
leads tho list for putting up the
most mondy. The amounts filed
aro as follows;
W. Honnmg .$ G8.G5
George kauhi 2G50
John Uahinui 87.00
S. E. Kaiuo 10G.25
W. H. Cornwcll 60.50
T. M. Church 80.00
Ed. Wilcox 31.00
W. P. Haia '. .55.00
N. Omsted 57.00
J. Ahulii 25.00
Paia JNaki $ 50 00
J. II. Mahoe 45.00
C. It. Lindsay 50.00
u. Kuamu 30.00
Chas. Lake 54.00
Thomas Clark 32.00
Edgar Morton '.. 35.00
Adam K. Forsytho 32.00
l'. Wittrock G'45
J. H. Hanuna 19.10
J. Kaleo 47.20
W. E. Saffery $104.75
J. W. Knlun 78.50
Charles Wilcox 03.50
Maurice keohokalole 38.40
D. II. Case rf $ 72.00
J. M. Vivas i30.00
L. M. Baldwin... 78.10
W. F. Kaao ? 87.00
Daniel K. Kapewa 9.45
The last regular monthly mcpting
of the County board of Supervisors
for tho biennal was held in.the period
Board rooms this week.
Ihe members wero all present ex
cept W. H. Cornwell who was absent
in Honolulu but ho arrived in time to
be present on tho last day.
J. no meeting was called to order at
10:15 A. M. by Chairman Henning
A petition from tho members of tho
Lnhaina Republican precinct Club
was read in wblch a number of re
commendations for the betterment of
the district were rocommencled and
In which a, resolution was passed by
tho club heartily endorsing tho ad
ministration of County affairs by the
County Attorney D. II. Case wrote
tho board of tho necessity of appoint
ing an examiner of porsons desiring a
license to operate an Automobile.
A petition from the residents of
Kahului, asking for the improvement
of the road there was read and
action deferred until the next meet,
ing of the board as tho necessarv
machinery and equipment for the
proper building of macadam roads
will bo jn operation by that time.
At the afternoon session the clerk
was instructed to notify each of the
oad supervisors that not moro than
the following amounts shall bo ex
pended on the roads during tho
Hana $ 150.00
The clerk was instructed to write
the sheriff to report to the Board
what steps ho had taken to enforce
ordinance No. C.
Tho clork was further Instructed
to write the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works as to whether he had an
excavator that could bo sold tho
Iho petition of tho kaoleku Sugar
Company for a crossing right of way
across tho public road was deferred
until the next meeting of tho board.
Tho Civil engineer was instructed
to build a concrete area way aud
drain between tho basement of tho
new County building and tho earth
George Weight was again appoint.
ed as Sanitary Inspector.
There will bo a special session on
tho 15th instant of tho board to mako
up the estimate of expenditures for
tho noxt year. i
Board of Supervisors Instructs County Attorney
to Bring Action Against Territory
for Road Money
BROWN WINS IN PRELIMINARY COUNT.
Supreme Court Count Gives
May Win on a Technicality President's Message Docs
Not Change Situation in San Francisco.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar, 3.84325. Beets, 8s. ld. ,
HILO, December 6.-Tho Board of SimervisnrB nf TTnwnn Cnnnfv
have instructed tho County Attorney to bring action, if possiblo,
against the Territory to enforce-the navmnnf. tn fhn f!niinf.v nf cimia
appropriated by tho Legislature for roads on Hawaii and which were
held up by tho administration.
John T. Moir will not contest the election. Hn sn.vRt.lmt thnrn in
no evidence of fraud and does not
IIONOLULU.Decombor G.-The Supreme Court has finished the pre
iminary Count and gives Brown ono maioritv. Inukoa mnvw in out. on
SAN FRANCISCO. December
were arraigned today. Tho cases wero continued until Monday.
Tho President's message to Congress has not changed tho situation
in San Francisco in regard to tho segregation of Japanese school child
LYNN. Mass.. December fi. An
a fire, in tho Harney shoo factory
damages amounting to $450,000.
PORTSMOUTH, December 4.
other and moro powerful vessel of the
PORTLAND, Oregon. December
the State of Washington, died here
GcorCO E. Cole was born in Nntv
He came west in 1853 and took a prominent part in politics in Oregon and
Washington. In 1859-GOh
Territory, being named as Governor
uiu unit.- ui ma ueuui ne was prominently luenutied in mining and manufacturing.
SANQUENTIN, December 4.
Angeles mining millionaire, who shot his wifo in a fit of jealous insauitj
threo years ago, was released from tho penitentiary yesterday.
FORT DE FRANCE. Martinioue. Decpmhnr 4.A
experienced here yesterday, lastinjor
EL PASO. Texas. December 4.
ed the lino here from Mexico. They
uy promises nnu wero uiireateu wnue
TEHERAN. December 4. Alimlrza. tho Crown PrWn Jms cnmpil
the regency of Persia during the illness
CHICAGO, December 4.Zion
MEXICO CITY, December
can publicist, is dead.
BALTIMORE. December 4.
articles for a contest hero on January
PANAMA, December 4. J. G.
on the canal construction work, has
WASHINGTON. December 3.
but little work beforo tho holidays. Tho President's mcssago will bo do
llvered on Tuesday.
TOKIO, December 3; Newchwang has been transferred to China.
Newchwnnp is a sonnnrt nliv nt. ilio hnrwl nf tlin nm'tlmnof o nr u,
Gulf of Llaotung and about 100 miles southwesterly from Mukden.
CRONSTADT, December 3. Six hundred and eighty thieo sailors who
engaged in tho mutiny last summer have been sentenced to Imprisonment
and servtco in tho disciplinary battalions.
MANZANILLO. Mexico. December 3. The Jjinan
whlch was overdue with 1300 labor immigrants, has arrived here.
ROME, December 3. Tho condition of Cardinal LaDnoni ts morn
NAPLES, December 3. Tho tomb of
This Is a notablo archeolooical find.
centuries since tho illustrious Roman
CORNWELL ASKS frOR RE
COUNT. W. II. Cornwell, tho dofcatcd
candidate for Suporvisor for tho
Wailuku District, has filed his
letition for a recount of all of tho
precincts of tho district.
Whilocit is understood that the
Boardo'f Inspectors of tho Puuncno
irccinct counted a part of each bal-
ot that contained moro names
voted forthan there wero officers
to be elected which is contrary to
Brown One Majority Iaukea
want to contest on technicalities.
G. Mnvnr Rnh tn.t.x nnrl Alin Runf
nxnlnninn nf n hmlnr fnllnwnil l.v
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iniured manv norsons and caused
Yesterdav the koel was laid for am
4. G eoriro Cnlp. PY.Vrnvnrnnr nf
o- 1 r -
Vni-lr et.titn nn Tlonnmhoi. 05 IQOft
of the Territory'three years later. At
Colonel Griffith J. Orifflth. th r.n
a minute and a half. No damage
claim that they wero lured into-Moxico
of his father, the Shah.
City is to be abandoned bv the Do-
4.-General Meiia. the well known Mnxi.
Corbett and MnGnvnrn tmvo standi
Sullivan, the assistant chief'
Cnnm - oss Is nvnnnt.ml in nnnnmnltoli
Cicoro ha9 been discovored.
It is ahmit nlnni PPn mill n Tinlf
orator was slain.
tho law it is claimed, that tho bal
lots so rejected will mako no ma
terial difference in the result of
Judging from tho strictness of
tho counting of tho ballots by tho
Supremo Court in tho Brown con
test it is believed that tho count
will as a whole go in favor of Kaiuo
in tho present contest rather than
against lum. Tho matter will
howovor, be definitely determined
by the Supremo (Jourt within a
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