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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1906
at is Best for Maui 4
J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WAILUKU. ': : : : MAUI.
EDMUND H. iHART
Notary Public, Conveyancer and
vAjiknt to Grant.-Mauriaoe,' License
t. Office, Circuit Court, 2nd' Circuit
HENRY . DICKENSON.
.FromtTuesday Nov.. 27iSanta C'.aus
will take up ihis headquartt-rs with
, uaas he always does when morry old
Christmas Is coming. 'There will be
lovely Holiday-gifts for the'grown up
people, and a profusion of Toys to
4lgladdcn tho heart of the children.
From agr,oat selection of Hawaiian
-Curios you will bo able tochose.some
ithlng beatlfuL to send to your absent,
Htm mm store
V. A.VETLESEN, Prop.
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want. 'a. -dally supply .of
.fresh, pure ,railk,iorfresh milk
butter, apply. .
, :.PUKALANI DAIRY .
incorporated' Under "the Laws
tho Republic-of Hawaii.
CAPITAL. . : GpO;O0O.OO
,-ounrjjuoi .... .,uif,uuu.nuf
UNDIVIDED PROFITS c..7O,00Q.00
'Chas.M. Cobke. .'. President
1. C. Jones'. ...... .Vice-President
C.iH.i'Cooke. .), ,U.. . . .... .Cashier
-.f! iT-fnatnnn '. -AsRistnnt Chshier
E. D. Tenney, J. A.McCandless,
C. , H. Athcr tonj JE; iF. Bishop.
?' xiBsact a GcneraKCommerclal
at?d, Sayings Business.
x Corresponddnco Solicited.
Board "Meets and Makes Estimates for Ensuing
'Year Also Makes Suggestions to
Members of Legislature.
KAIUE WINS M SEVEN MAJORITY.
Cornwell-Kaiue Election Contest Begun 'Tuesday -Morning
Before Supreme Court and in Recount- of Ballots
Kaiuc Gains Two 'Votes.
SUPERVISORS HOLD SPECIAL
Tho County Supervisors' met in
special sps3ion in their Board rooms
last 'Saturday and made their
estimate of tho amounts required
for tho ensuing year for the County
The one large item was that for
road improvement which leaves no
doubt that the good, work dono in
this lino during the past, eighteen
months is to go on with renewed
This is certainly what should be
dono and is the principal reason
why the old members of the Re
publican party were . elected .'with
such large majorities.
The' estimates agreed upon for
the year for various purposes are
Salary Supervisors. ; 'f -3,000
County Clerk . 1,200
" Auditor 1,500,
" Treasurer.'. 1,500
' " Attorney l,800
" Sheriff.. 1,800
Deputy Sheriff Molokai . . .. GOO
" " Lahaina..w 960
' t" Wailuku.... 1,200
" " Makawao..i 060
" " .Hana...... 960
I Pay Roli'Police $25,000,
Incidentals Supervisors. . . . , . 1,500
Bonds County Officers 225
Furniture and Office Supplies 2,500
Streetlights 'Wnll'aku 500
" " Lahaina 500
Salaries Asst. (County Clerks- 2,000
Incidentals " " -250
" Treasurer : - 250
" Auditor..... .v.. 250
" ; County -Attorney 1,000
Salary- Hack and Sanitary
1 Inspectors ,.... 3,000
Incidentals Hack and Sanitary.
Expenses Janitor 300
Few people givo enough thought to the eqrnittg
capacity of-a. dollar. When you look at a dollar, tfo
not think of how much it will buyrbut
HOUU mUCJinlT WILL EARN;
When you find yourself thinking of your dollars
in this way, you are starting ou the only straight
and-euro road toiwealth. Idle dollars aro of no moro
ubo to the world than idld men. Every dollar you
mnko over the cost of actual necessities should bo
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 Bix months.
AND LAHAINA NATIONAL BANK.
Coroner's Inquests GOO
Support Maintenance Prison
.Expenses, Medical Attendance
and Expert' Testimony 400
Expenses Witnesses .:. 500
" of Insane i.... 500
Incidentals Sheriff,. 1,500
Support and Maintenance of
Indigents .- 1,000
Incidentals County . Engineer 1 1.500
Town Clock Walluku GO
Salary Deputy Attorney 1,200
Salary Stenographer. ....... GOO
Salary Engineer.. 7 2,400
Public Improvement 60,000
Agriculture. Tho bill is now being
drafted for tho same.
12. To complete the bolt road of
Maui by issuanco of Bonds by the
13. Mbro School-Houses forMaui,
and pay of teachers bo raised.
14. Pay of Elective County
Officers to bo raised.
15. Automobile taxes to bo re
gulated according to their cost.
16. Re-organization of Police.
17. To chango Election Law re
specting Registration. The Regis
tration Board to begin in July and
continue all through August for
two months. That the Registra
tion Board consist of one Registrar
General for each Coiinty, to sit to
gether with tho District Magistrate
and Tax Colleetor, or Deputy
Shoriff of each Judicial District;
the idea being that tho Registrar
General, would move from ono
Judicial District to another and
hold meetings with tho other two
officials mentioned for tho purposo
of Registorin'g voters.
18. Suggestions are wanted as
to proposed location of Lighthouses
and necessary improvements on
Public Landings to bo submitted to
tho Delegate to Congress, at well
as to tho local Legislature.
19. Tho pay of Bomo of the
Territorial Departments to bo regu
lated, according to the amount of
work performed by them.
While many of these changes
might bo made with profit to the
Shining ones with, drooping eyes,
At the gates of Paradise,
Waiting lor the world of joy
That shall sin and death destroy:
Quench your tapers, burning dim,
For the tender Christmas hymn
Rises faintly thro' the hush, ' 1
Heralding the morning's blush. , ,
See the delicate white light
Silvering the edge of night 1
Spread your pinions half unfurled I
Angels twain that watch and pray
For the dawn of Christmas Day :
Lift your eyes and look abroad,
Lol the glory of the Lord I'
X Celia Thaxter.
A matter of more than passing
interest to the people of Maui was
tHe suggestions made that the fol
lowing .recommendations bo made
by the Board to the members of
the legislature that they change
tho county laws and include in its
operations the following changes:
l: Tho County-to acquiro Wat
2. Pound Masters to be made
3. Counties to establish and
collect all license fees.
4. All costs and fines of Dis
trict Courts to bo turned over to
5. All DistrictMagistratea to be
appointed and paid by the County.
6. Office of Dofmty Sheriffs ap
pointed instead of'olected.
7. Tho power of inflicting
punishment Idr violation of Or
dinances by fines or imprisonment.
- 8. To change the date of the
Regular Meeting of tho Board of
Supervisors to the first.Wednesday
after the 5th of each month.
9. To secure a copy of a bill
n0w being drafted for tho turning
over of' (ho schools to tho County.
10. The Jail and Prisoners to bo
turned over to tho County.
11. Lahainaluna Seminary bo
made a College for the purposo of
Counties some of the changes
would cortainly lessen its revenue
as well as that of tho territory and
tho matter should be carefully con
sidered before making the changes
KAIUE WINS RECOUNT.
The Cornwell-Kaiue election con
test for the office of supervisor of
the Wailuku district was begun
before the Supreme Court Tuesday
morning. As the result of the pre
liminary canvass of the ballots re
jected by tho inspectors in two of
the precincts, the respondent secur
1 . ml
eu a net gam oi two votes over
W. H. Cornwell, who instituted
the contest against S. E. Kaiuo,
arrived by tho steamer Mauna Loa
from Maui. There arrived on tho
same boat various inspectors of
election who had been subpoenaed
as witnesses. Among tho Maui
people to come was W. F. Kaae,
the County Clerk of Maui, who
brought with him the bags con
taining the ballots of various
precincts which wcr& supposed
to- do considered during tho course
of tho contest. Cornwell was re
presented by E. M. Wats,on, and
Kaiue, who also arrivod from
Maui, was represented by A. Lewis,
Jr., and L. T. Warren.
ino procedure lonoweu was
identical with that in tho recent
(Continued on Page 6.)
In a Speech in the Senate the President is
Called Down for Dismissing Colored
Soldiers of 25th Infantry.
CRATER OF VESUVIUS FALLS IN.
Eruption Causes Crater to Cave In and Ashes fall in Naples
Reduation of $4,000,000 Reported in Deficit of '
(8PECIAL TO T1IU MAUI NEW8.1
Sugar, 3.82. BeotB, 8s. Jd.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. Senator Forakcr of Ohio in a speech, in
tli'o Seriate yesterday criticized President Roosovelt for'tho dismissal -from
tho service of colored soldiers of 25th Infantry. " ,
NAPLES, Dec. 21. Portion of tho crater of Vesuvius has fallen in
and ashes from tho eruption fell hero for twenty minutes. Tho inhab
itants aro greatly alarmed.
LONDON, Dec. 21. It is believed hero that tho Right Honorable
James Bryco will be appointed British ambassador to tho United
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. Congressman' Madden renorted a re
duction of four million dollars in the deficit of tho Post-office Depart
ment for tho past year.
HONOLULU, Dec. 21 A. F. Judd returned yesterday from tho
Philippines bringing with him a shall party of Filipino test laborers.
NEW YORK, December 18. Viscount Aoki, the Japanese Ambassa
dor, is a' speech delivered here yesterday, pronounced tho present sit
uation as a dream of tho pessimists. Ho declared that all talk of a war
between the United States and Japan over tho present differences is
LONDON, December 18. A bill has been Introduced Into parliament
empowering an Anglo-French company to tunnol-undor tho English channel
from Dover, England, to Sangatte, France. The estimated cost of tho
work will be eighty millions.
MINNEAPOLIS, December 18. Tho fuel famine has been broken,' tho
railroads having bogun to rush through their coal trains as soon as tho
Interstate Commerce Commission began Its investigation into the blockade.
MOSCOW, December 18. Fifty revolutionists belonging to an organ
ization which advocated an armed resistance' to the government have been
LONDON, December 18. The Houso of Commons has approved of the
granting of constitutions for tho Transvaal and the Orango Free State.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 17. Dunno has denied tho motion to
strike the indictment of Ruef and Schmltz from tho files.
PARIS, Doeombor 17. Cardinal Richard voluntarily vacated tho
Episcopal palaces this morning. Tboro was a public demonstration in
sympathy with his action.
WASHINGTON, December 17. Straus, Motcalf, Bonaparte and
Moody assumed office this morning. Oscar S. Straus Is Secretary of Com
merce and Labor; Victor H. Motcalf, Secretary of Navy; Charles J. Bon
aparte, Attorney Geuoral. Wm. Heury Moody, the retiring , Attorney
Gcnoral, becomes a Justice of the United States Supremo Court.
WASHINGTON, D. C, December 17. The President's special mes
sage to Congress treating of tho Panama Canal, tho public lands aud tho
personnel of the Array was given to Congress today.
PORTLAND, Ore., Decembor 17. Ono hundred and -fifty arrests
have been made for rioting in connection with tho street carmen's strikoj
Thoro is a desultory ear service maintained by day but nono whatever at
WASHINGTON, December 17. General Murray, In his annual report,
says that tho Coast and field artillery is badly deficient in both personnel
and material. Tho artillery is not in fit conditiou for practice, much loss
for war. Preparation for efficient service will be a matter of years.
ROME, Decembor 17. An antl-Vatican demonstration was held in tho
vicinity of tho French Embassy. The entire garrison was employed to
disperse the mob. Troops surround tho Vatican.
CONSTANTINOPLE, December 17.-Vice Admiral Ahmed Pasha
was injured in a mutinous outbreak of marines.
BERLIN, Decembor 17. King Haakon aud Queen Maud of Denmark
havo doparted for Copenhagen. '
NEW YORK, December 17. Patrick has petitioned tho Governor to
commute his sentence of doath to hfo Imprisonment.
SAN FRANCISCO, Decembor 10. It id stated that tho government
will resort to injunotlou proceedings against tho San Francisco Board of
Education to prevent them from carrying Into forco the segregation of tho
Japanese pupils in the public schools.
NEW YORK, December 16. The balances In tho bauks at the closing
hour yesterday were $1,G99,050 less that the legal reserve.
PORTLAND, Oregon, December 10. -Tho streot car system hero is
tied up through a striko among tho platform men, resulting from the re
fusal of tho management to graut an increnso iu wages. There havo becu
riots among tho strikers and their sympathizers.'