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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. DECEMBER 15, i90b
ATTORNEY AT LAW
EDMUND II. HAItT
Notauv Public, Conveyenoeii and
Agent to Grant Marriaoe License
' ,' Office, Circuit' Court, 2nd CirciM
From Tuesday Nov. 27 Santa Claus
' ' . will take up his hoadquarti-rs with
V ivuo as he always, floes-when merry old
' ' Christmas is coining. There will be
lovely Holiday-gifts for the grown up
. , people, an a profusion of Toys to
' " gladden the heart of the children.
From a great selection of Hawaiian
Curio? you will be able to chose some
thing beatiful to'send to your absent
A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Ifyouvsmt a daily supply of
fresh, puro millf, or fresh milk
Tei. 166 Makavvao
ittiiii ui ua wan
Incorporated! Under the Laws of
. 4 the Republic of Hawaii.
. CAPITAL $600,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke. . . , President
' I; C. Jones , . . .Vice-President
iC. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tennoy, J. A. McCandless,
' C. H. Athbrton, E. F. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
Few people give enough thought to tho oarning
capacity of a dollar. When you look at a dollar, do
not think of how much it will buy, but
HOIA MUCH IT WILL EARN.
"When you find yourself thinking of your dollars
in this way, you are starting on tho only straight
and sure road to wealth. Idle dollars arc of no more
uso to the world than idlo men. Every dollar you
make, over the cost of actual necessities should bo
immediately placed undor tho safeguard of a strong
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 LALTAINA NATIONAL BANK.
Sash ami Door Factory and planing Mill Being
Erected by W. J. Moody-Will Manufac
ture Koa furniture
FARMERS WILL HOLD ANNUAL MEETING.
Farewell Dance Given Miss Mary Chillingworth Tury List
from which Jurymen will
NBW MILL FOR KAHULUl.
Contractor and builder V. J.
Moody is erecting a planing mill,
and sash and door factory, in Ka-
hului. The mill will be one hun
dred feet by one hundred feet and
will bo equipped with ' suitable
machinery for the successful opera
tion of the same. It is the inten-
of Mr. Moody to manufacture hard
wood furniture at the mill. lie
expects to make koa furniture a
specialty. J. A. Harris will have
a paint shop in the building and
will make a specialty of Carriage
painting, trimming and upholster
ing. As all of the machinery 13 now
on tho ground and the buidling is
bqing rapidly built the mill will
soon be ready for business.
; The new enterprise should be a
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success as it is central ly locaiuu
a'nd the men who are at the head
of the same are well and favorably
FARMERS TO MEET.
The Farmers' Institute of Ha
waii, in co-operation with the Ha
waiian Poultry Association's second
annual exhibition at Honolulu,
December 20, 22, 1900, will hold
its first agricultural exhibition, to
which all are invited to send of
their choicest farm, garden and
Mr. J. 15. Higgins, Horticul
turist, Hawaii Experiment Station,
will have charge of Installing tho
exhibits, arid will also be in at
tendance during the exhibition to
answer questions concerning gene
ral horticultural questions. It will
be drawn for the year 1 907
Give Grand Ball.
bo the aim to mako this phase of
the exhibition as instructive as
possible. ' -
The Hawaii Experiment Station
will exjiibit the most approved
fruit packages and methods, of
packing fruit for shipment to the
mainland, based upon recent ex
periments made by tho Horticul
Below is a list of exhibits and
prizes offered by the Farmers' In
stitute. No entry fees will be
EXHIBITS AND PRIZES.
Class 1 Decorative Plants (Pott
ed); Palms,' ferns, calladiums etc.
1st prize for best 'and largest col
lection, $5.00. 2nd prize, Red
ClaES 2 Flowering Plants, (Pott
ed): Orchids, chrysanthemums, etc.
1st prize for best and largest col
lection, $5,00. 2nd prize, Red
Class 3 Cut Flowers: Roses,
carnations, lilies, etc. 1st prize
for best and largest collection,
$5:00. 2nd prize, Red Ribbon. ''
Class 4 Fruits Oranges, lem
ons, limes, pomelos, grapes, man
goes, guavas, star apples, pome
granates, figs, papaias, strawber
ries, tamarinds, avocados, loquats,
pineapples, bananas, grchadillas,
bread-fruit, mangosteens, etc. 1st
prize for best" and largest collection
?5.00. 2nd prize, Red Ribbon.
Class 5 Oranges. 1st prizes for
best 'plate, $1.00. 2nd prize, Red
Class 6 Lemons. 1st prizo for
best plate, $1.00. 2nd prize, Red
Ribbon. ' .
Class 7' .Limes'. " 1st prizo for
best plate, $1.00; 2nd prize, Red
Class 8. Pomelos. 1st prizo for
best plate, $1.00. 2nd prize, Red
Class 9 Grapes. 1st prizo for
best plate, $1.00. 2nd prize, ' Red
Class 10 Figs. 1st prizo for
best plate, $1.00, 2nd brizo. Red
Class 11 Papaias. 1st prizo for
best three fruits, $1,00.. 2nd prizo,
Class 12 Pineapples. ' 1st prize
for best three fruits, $1.00. 2nd
prizo, Red Ribbon.
Class 18 Strawberries,
prize for best plate, $1.00.
prize, Red Ribbon.
Chiss 14 Bananas. 1st
for best threo bunches, $1,00,
prize, Red Ribbon. ,
Class 15 Grasses and Foddor
Plants, 1st prizo for best and
largest collection, .$2.50. 2nd prizo,
Classic Miscellaneous: Honey,
silk, etc. 1st prizo for each sub
class, Bluo Ribbon. 2nd prize Red
For furthorMnformaj;ion concern
ing oxhibits, add. rose: ,
Secrotary Farmer's Institute,
FARpWBLL TO MISS CHILLING
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs
Sam Keliinoi gave a farewell dance
to Miss Mary Chillingworth at
thmr home at Waiknpu.
Miss Chillingworth has been
staying on Maui for a few weeks
as a guest of Mr. and Mrs,. T. B.
Lyons and rolurncd to Honolulu
last Wednesday, having had an
enjoyable time while here.
Tho music was furnished by
quintotto club from Waikapu and
to the sweet strains of its music
tho dancers "tripped tho light
fantastic" up to a late hour. Re
freshments were abundantly served
and the guests all departed after
having enjoyed a delightful time.
Among those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Roberts, Mr. and
T. B. Lyons, Air. and Mrs. Geo. D.
bchrader, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Corn-
well, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Maxwell,
Miss Mary Chillingworth, Miss
Cummings (2), Miss Hart, Mrs.
Harry, Messrs. Ferd Hons, L. H.
Cook, F. Dillon, Chas. Wilcox, W.
F. Crokett, Maurice Keohokalole,
D. Weight and Chas. Braun.
JURORS FOR THE YEAR 1907.
.The jury Commissioners, George
Weight and T. B. Lyons have com
pleted the jury list for the year'
ivut and have filed their list with
the Clerk of the Second Circuit
The names from which juries
will be drawn for the year are as
R. C.Searle Jr.,Kaanapali; E. C.
Bortfeld, Charles K. Farden, J. E.
Gannan, J. W. K. Hose, D. Kua
mu, George K. Richardson, W. II.
Stone, F. Stark, Jacob Taylor, La
haina, Charles Baily, T. Rurlem,
Win. Campsie, T. W. Furguson,
Ned Krugcr, J. W. Whitford,
Waihee; John Brown Jr. A. N.
Cederlof, Joseph Cockett, James L.
Cornwall; Clement Crowell, Sam
Decker, Arthur Douse, Manuel
Dutro, Joaquin Garcia, Ben Guer
rero, W. A. Hardy,y Alonzo Jack
son, W. L. Keelen, E. M. Kcency,
S. Keliinoi, James Kirkland, Geo.
W. Waxwell, F. A. Mayfield, A. B.
Naono, George B. Schrader, Wai-
luku; Arthur Allen, V. L. Boeck,
James Caswell, E. K. Cockett, Leon
II. Cook, II. S. Hagerup, James A.
Hattie, G. B. Henderson, F. Hons,
A. Hussey, E. R. Lindsa', George
W. Mayfield, W. J. Moody, Charles
J. Murasky II. W, Rico, J. D. Sea
bury, Charles R. Shaw, J. B.
Thomson, II. B. Weller, Puunene;
A. Roback, Keanae; Robert Plun
kett. Nahiku; R. II. Anderson, J.
W. Davidson, R. A. Rummond,
Hana; George Cockett, A. Now
baur, J. Vierra, Kipahulu; Antone
Vierra Jr., Kaupo; Joseph Em
mcrsloy, S. E Hubbard, E. Wil
helm, IIuolo; F. A. Alexander, D.
W. Driscoll, D;T. Fleming, J. II.
Foss, Jumes Gunn, S. Hocking, A.
A. Landgraf, Georgo R. Lindsay,
W. S. Nicoll, Win. Olson, W. G.
Scott, II. P. Seglnrn, A. J. Taito,
S. E. Taylor, E. A. Watson, G. W.
Wilbur, E. A. Wilson, Hamakua
poko; A. E. Carter, George Copp,
S. R. Dowdlo, A. K. Forsytho Wm.
Miner, M. A. Tavares, Charles
Thompson, Isaac Wallace, J. Wil
son, Makawao: A. Gurner. Kihoi:
Guy S. Goodness,, Ed. Wilcox, Ulu
palakua; Ed. K. Dovauchellc, W.
F. Jones, II. P. McCorriston, Pu
koo. , ,
David Taylor, KaanapaM: L.
Barkhausoii, George O. Coooor.
Qoo Lij), Georgo Gibb, Eugene
Hanneberg, J. J. Nowcomb, Lalmi
na; Thomas Clark, W. II. Field, J.'
W. L. Marshall, Waihee, D. T..
(Continued on Page 6.)
2500 men are being hurried to Honolulu 1000
Spaniards for Hawaii-De Bolt will
ANOTHER RAILROAD F0R SAN DIEGO.
Clause Sprcckels will build a railroad between Yuma Ari
zona and San Diego Roosevelt will revoke order for Sim
plified spelling in public Documents.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar, 3.82325. Beets, 9s. lOJd. '
SAN DIEGO, December 14. Claus SJireckels has announced his
intention to build a railroad connecting this placo with Yiima Arizona.
WASHINGTON, December 14. The, President will revoke his
order to use reformed spelling in official documents.
HONOLULU, Decomber 14.-Tho Bonrd nf Tmmim-nfiinn ...ill
ordor, 1000 Spaniards.
Two regiments of U. S. troops
They will consist of about 2500 men.
Judge DoBolt nominated for reappointment.
WASHINGTON, December 13. A denial has been "given out here
that the government has hnnn nnM'fiprl mnnrAinr, Uo t i.
.v6i..uuig U1U JllJOUllUU Ul lWO
Japanese regiments of infantry among tho Honolulu Japanese
LOS ANGELES, December 13. -John Ena died hero yesterday.
PITTSBURG, December 13. Tho petition nf A
a divorce from his wife has been denied.
OMAHA. Nebraska. DflrnmW
Coal Exchange has been convicted
WASHINGTON, D. 0., Decomber 12. In tho Senate today Sona
tor Raynor attacked the Japanese contentions of the President.
WASHINGTON, D. C, December 12.-Tho following men have
been nominated for ambassadors. Horace White for Prance; Lloyd C.
Griscom for Italy, John W. Riddle for Russia and Irving B. Dudloy
Leslie Combs has been nominated for Minister to Peru.
NEW YORK, December 11. Bellamy Storer reiterates bis position
in a reply to President Roosevelt's letter regarding the recall of St'oVer as
Ambassador to Austria, in which the President denies aiiy unfairness in
the matter, Storer now makes public morn nf t.Vi
President regarding his recall.
BERLIN, December 11. The Reichstag has ratified the treaty sign
ed by tho representatives of the Powers at the Algeciras conference.
This treaty defined the French sphoro of influence in Morocco, giving
that nation the riht of nolicinc thn nnnnhrv. An muni i
claimed in Moroqco by the Kaiser and
uiujju. inecouieronce at Aigeciras was concluded labt April .with a
victory for the French diplomats over tho Gorman representatives.
ALGIERS, December 11. Bohanzen, tho ex-King of Dahomoy, is
This dusky monarch was deposed from l.is throno at the French occu
pation of his country.. In 1888 he was exiled to the Island of Martinique,
threo wives, two daughters and a son accompanying him into exile. Re
cently ho wns allowed to return to French Africa to end his days.
SAN FRANnTRPfl Ttniumluii. 11 wv r.m.u t.! nr t . .
, w.mj. ii, mo ui uuu suii ruil UVL, WlUCn
was driven ashore on Alcatraz Island in yostorday's ftalo.'has been pulled
off. The vessel Is not soriouslv damaged.
Tho Palgrave is'a ship of 3078 tons register and was bound in for' San
Francisco from Hamburg.
WASHINGTON, December 11. Secretary of tho Treasury, Shaw' will
relievo tho Strinucnov iu the NnwVnrlr mnnnvmnrl-nt hi. ,lrIt!.,'
million dollars of government funds in
WASHINGTON, December 10. Secretary Motcalf has ot setit to
the Senate tho results of the investigation of tho school situation In regard
to tho Japanese children. He says that it is in tho hands of the President.
WASEIINGTON, December 10. Congressman Kahn introduced a bill
today asking for an appropriation of $3,000,000 with whlnh fn h..n,i
pedo boats for Pacific waters.
SAN FRANCISCO. December 10.
east the ship Palgrave went ashore
Numerous buildings In this city
tho wind, walls being prostrated.
One person was killed and many injured by falling masonry.
The damage Is estimated at $300,000.
CHRISTIANIA. December 10. Thn Nnhel nrl onr.otV its'tn nnn
has been awarded to President Roosevelt for his important services in
onnging 10 an ena mo war between
Every year a substantial mouev
- - j '
whoso efforts aro believed to have'Bono
The money will bo used to establish
PARIS. Dnnmnhnr in Thn rnl!t., !,.t i. i i . .
r . v .T V, " ."sfii v'a'vi,uo "i-coine aianmng. xno
ii . i . w fiuuvi ,uiwuuiiuuu oi nuuiic wor
ship under the common law. , ;; 1
WASHINGTON. T)oi.pmhni. in
letter to tho Cabinet, denying tho cbargo of duplicity brpught against him
by Bellamy Storer, tho late Ambassador to Austria. He also donies that
ho authorized Storer to request tho Pope to make Archbishop Ireland a
aro to ' bo hurried fn ttnnnii
j. a vutuvu w MlillUiyCll Ui II1U
of a violation of the anti-trust law.
tho matter threatened the peace of
tho New York banks.
. Vw.w.w mv wn vuu auubii
today on Alcatraz Tslaiid.
and manv ruined wnlU s'nfTnrmi tnm
Japan and Russia.
r v vmu 1UUIV 1UUUI
tho most for tho peacobf the worW.
a permanent indiistrtnl n'nnoa
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