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'S...' VOLUME XII WAILUKU, MAUI, H, T SATURDAY. JANUARY 12, 1907 NUMBERT '
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' M ' fix ARRET STREET
WAILUKU. : . : :' : MAUI.
V!'- EDMUND H
Notary Public, Conveyancer and
.jAo.ent to Grant Mauuiaof. License
Oflicc, Circuit Court, Circuit,
.I - From. Tuesday Nov. 27 Santa Cans
.'will take up his headquarters witli
"uo a's'hc always does when niorry old
Christmas is coming.' There will be
lovely Holiday-gifts for the grown up
.people, an. a prolusion of Toys , to
gladden the heart of the children.
From a great selection of Hawaiian
U Curios you will, bo able to chose some-
-'thing beatjfu! to send to your absent
MAUi DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Pukalani Milk Dairy
:; '! ir you'want- a daily supply of
fresh, jiufe mills,' or fresh milk
OTel: 166 Miikawao
;STle Bank of Hawaii
f ', LIMITED.
'' Incorporated Under the Laws of
tho Ropublic of Hawaii. ,
.. i'i 'UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
. Chas.' M. Cooke President
SjiR&C. Jones';;. .. .,,' Vice-President
- ,.C. H. Cooke .Cashier
f C..;Hustaco'3. f. Assistant Cashier
, , ' DIRECTORS.
E. D. Tennoy,
J. A, McCandlpss,
C. H. 'Athdfton, E.VF. Bishop. "J1
Transact a General Commercial
, .Correspondence Solicited.
Few people givo tuiough thought to the earning
capacity of a dollar. When you look at a dollar, do
not think of how much it will buy, but
; HOVA MUCH IT WILL EARN,
I OP 111 " - '
When you find yourself thinking of. your dollars
in this way, you are starting on the only straight
and sure road to wealth. Idle dollars are of no more
'' Mistf to the world than idle men, Every dolIarj;qn
lh'nike over the- cost of actual necessities should ho
immediately, placed under tfio safoguard of a strong
bank and kept busily at work earning other dollars,
for'you. Wq pay four per cent inteiTt on ?aving3
accounts and figure the interest every -ix month.
AND LAHAINA NATIONAL BANK.
Recommend Changes in Present Election Laws
More Assistance to Pilot of Rahului
Expenditures Pro Rata,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ENTERTAIN
The Annual Entertainment a
Changes Hands Republican Precinct' Club oij
Wailuku Holds Lively Meeting. .
Eight of the eleven members of
tho Executive Committee. of tho
Wn'iluku District lmprovemeiit As
sociation- met in the Co.tirt liouse
Xuosday'at the reqtipst of the As
sociation and cQ'ns,iden;U the siig
;ostion recently made to the'Coun
ty Board of Supervisors., Chairman
R. A. Wadsworth presided;
The suggestion that ihc tax ' on
Automobiles be regulated accord
ing to tho value, of the machines
, ' '
A resolution was ' unanimously
passed requesting the legislature
to amend, the registration .laws
whereby no-resident ghall-bo denied
the right to vole on account' of bo
ng temporarily absent from tile
precinct at the lime of registration.
Tho legislauiiwas!as'kpd to 'prp
ide n boats crew for the tho pilot
at Kahului. As tho matter now
stands the pilot is working for; fifty
dollars per month less than he
was engaged for, the boats' crew is
furnished practically .as, charity to
ic Territory while tho service nets
tho Territory about two thousand
five hundred dollars per annum.
Realizing 'the, 'great injustice
that has regularly been done the'
counties other than .Uahu by the
Territorial oflicials the-( legislature
ns. urged to require a prorato of
expenditures for the different
counties. t ,j.
The committee unanimously op
posed, tho taking over of the -'Jails
situated in the different Counties
together Svith the prisoners therein.
The Conmiittcc unanimously ap-.
proved the plan to inalce Lahaina
luna an agricultural college.
Superintendent Filler' Ynado a
strong plea for an adequate school
building for lvahuhu and. a motion
was unanimously carried urging
the erection. of such a building.
Thorough Success Iao 'Stablcs
It was rttionunonded that a
judicious revision of the salaries of
the county officers, be made.
The restoration of the salaries of
the teachers to conform to the
schedule under which they w.ere.
employed was asked.
It was urinnimously carried that
the District Magistrate's should re
ceive adequate salaries. The plan
to make any change in the manner
of the appointment of the District
Magistrates was unanimously op
.As it wns found that the costs
and fines 6f tho District Courts
about equals tho salanes.of tho
District Magistrates and the! pay
of interpreters, the Committee op-
jiusl-u uiu piun to nave uic costs
and fines turned over to the coun
ties as a county realization. .
THE KNIGHTS ENTERTAIN.
The members of
Aloha e liode
No.- 3 Knishts of Pvthias-'enter
ttvined theii many friends at Itheir
Castle Hall last Saturday evening
at what was first' intended to be a
New Years live dance but was put
off on account of tho weather hnimr
too bad on that evening.
Through tho courtesy of tho. Ka-
mini Railroad Company freo trains
were given and a large number of
people from up country, Puuncne,
and Kahului took advantage 6f its
service and came by tho train
TIiq hall was tastefully '.decor
ated withinay International tjode
Sigtiaf flags and;"Villiantly light
ed as usual. Committee men i met
guests at tho' door' and escirtcd
.them to. the dressing rooms, .and
showed one ami all'of 'tile invited
guest's "overy attention
v -Dancing was kept tip until a late
hour and tlio floor was in constant
use by a la'rge number of dancers.
Theso who do not danco w-e-re pro
vided for with a long'rdw of tables
whero card playing was kept up
far the eveninc. The" nrotable
stngo was erected where . refresh
ments wero served under- the able
supervision of the manager1 of the
Maui' Hotel... ' .
Many wero the expressions of
appreciation of the efforts of the
Knights and the only criticism
heard during the evening was the
infrequency of tho dances given by
WHAT WAILUKU WANTS.
Tho fifth Precinct Republican
Club of Wailuku hold a mooting in
the Court'llbuso "last Friday and
recommended needed legislation C.
1. Wells presided.
J. L. Coke although not a re
publican was invited to be present
and make suggestions and one
made was a strong plea for a steno
grapher for the Court. Tho lack
of a bttnographer prolongs the
trials at court, adds to the oxponsu
ami no matter hpwi conscientiously
tho clerk tries to do his duty,
makes tho work less accurato tha'n
tho work of'a stenographer. -
1 A resolution was then passed
reaffirming the provisions of the
platform of tho Republicans in
convention and urging the niom
bers of the legislature to work for
the passage of such measures as
the platform declares for. A 'reso
lution declaring for the revision of
the present liquor law was passed.
The members of the club seemed
unanimous in their condemnation
of the plan of the Superintendent
of Public Works to repair the old
tumbledown shell that is called a I
court house. They were united in
declaring for a new uptodatc court
house and will not stand for any
thing short of that. No act of the
Governor durinc his term of oflicc
has so incensed the residents of
Wailuku as his diversoin of the
appropriation for a court house
here to Honolulu for improvement?
A recommendation passed that a
law be enacted givingtho courts
power to fine or imprison violators
of ordinances passed by the Coun
Aid for the National Guards of
Hawaii was recommended.
Ihe recommendations of th
Club were referred to the County
SELLS OUT HIS INTEREST.
Antone do Rego, the well known
stable man of Wailuku has soli
out his interest in the Iao Stables
to the A. do Rego &' Co. and this
firm has taken over tho new
Central Stables, which has lately
beon conducted by Joe do Rego
This combination of stables, in
eluding the Iao Central, Puuncne
and Lahaina stables, is under th
direct management of Joe do Rego
who is quito a business hustler and
should make it a profitable concern
Ho intends to discard ,a large
amount of the old stock of tho, Iao
Stables, which during theupast has
disgraced' this city and in its place
will have new -rigs- and, horses;
which are shortly expected to ' St
Their hacks will bo at the ' land
ing at McGregor's overy steamer
nigni anu also at uic wliarl a.Ka
hului on the arrival of tho.stamor
ii is saiu inai Antone do ego
will go to San Francisco1 to1 work
as a teamster, having boonprdmis
cd a position by -a. reliable firm
SUPREME COURT ROASTED BY
It isn't often that the Judge of a
Circuit Court takes' ..occasion, to
roast tho Supreme Court, however
much he may feel like it.. It is
pretty common thing for the judgo
of the Circuit Court to be overruled
by tho Supreme Court on techni-.
calities, and there is ;V fairly com
mon feeling that in many case
common sense is given the worst
of it in favor of the letter of the
Judge Do Bolt today, in making
a ruling on. the-motion for a new
trial for KatsutaraTakamotOj who
was found guilty or murder and
sentenced to life imprisonmor.t,
takes occasion to make .a few re
marks on tho attitude of- tho Sup
remo Court, hinting that in many
cases it is composed of men who
know little, of tho practical things
of tho world. Judgo Do Bolt
denies tho motion for a new trial
in tho following words;
"One of, the greatest difficulties a
trial court has to contend with in
tho administration of justice and
administering the laws of tho coun
try is the ease with which we aro
overruled by tho Supromo Courts.
Some of tho Supremo Courts nrel
, (Continued on Pag. 6. '
Activity is immense-Brilliant Display Seen in all
Directions Plainly' Visible in Lahaina
125 Miles Distant,
Will Not Visit San Francisco Sicmscn, the Gas-Pipe Thug,
Is Found Guilty of Murder in the 'First Degree
Budget is Presented to Parliament.
(SPUCIAL TO THK MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar, 3.50. Beets, 8s. 9d.
HILO, January 10. The summit crater. of Mauna Loahas broken
out. Activity is immense. Fire can' be seen brilliantly in all directions
Lava' is flowing towards 'South" Kona. Volcano House says there
was apparently two outbreak, one on Kona side aboV'e Kapapala.'.Over
o0 slight earthquuke shocks since midnight. t
TO KIO, January 11. Orders have been issued in Pnmmn,wiin.,
officers of Japanesc.traning squadron, which will shortly visit Honolu
lu and the Coast, to avoid visiting San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, January ll.-Siemsen the gas-pipo thug, was
yesterday found guilty of murder in 1st deg.
TOKIO, January 11. -The budget was presented to Parliament. '
Wednesday, It provides expenditures to the sum of 55 million yen '
for the-army and -10,000,000 for tho navy. .
, SAN FRANCISCO, Ja.ii-a.-j 8,-Ma'yor -Sclimitz has- appealed to the
Supreme Court for an order prohibiting his trial for alleged connection
with grafting and maladriiinistratiQii of office. ' .
WASHINGTON, Jauuarv 8. Tho Sum-Pmn rv-mrt i,n0 ....!J .L.
Isthmus, ' "'
or the government to nav tlin.fiflv million .iiinc .v.-
v, , " ' uu,l"'. iuu btocKnoiu-
ui ine. o.rmer Frencn fanama
WASHINGTON, January g.-Th'd Supreme Court has decided to he.r
an Hawaiian cases consecutively, beginning on March 18
A request that such b done was made some weeks ago by tiiV 'Hawa
not antlcipaTea"1'0"' Uh.URh IatC U dato as has bcGn docided 'iipon was
-SJ FRANCISCO, January S.-The articles have been .signed for a
hght between- Joe Cans and Britt, to take place at Tonopahj 'Nevada, on
5 A PF,r '25,000.has been hung up. ,.. "
. WASHINGTON,, January 8. The Amorlnan noi no..,. ....
officially confirmed ,tho. reports pf the renewal of tho' boycott on 'American
goods. ,.The Chinese. officials are opposing..!! boycott movement.-
-PARIS,- Lncej' January 7. Tho Pope will refuse France parlimpa
tion in Peter's Pdifoe. - . '
inS!S?KriC,LS-S -'C-H"; fanU-ari5 7Vie 0p4 was thought to
be in a ilying condition, is improying. , , ;
, J3ANGKOK, Siam, January 7.-' Fire in-tho flhinn. niu-- .a.i -..-.i
1 , "
damage to the amoun.t. of three
CHEYENNE, Wyo' Ja.Vuarv 7: -
ed Governor of Wvominv. -
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, January.
A . . - .
moncan Location d ed todav-
WASHINGTON, D. C, January
Cavalry will succeed BHfiaatep'QoIleraSfttiI'l?Ah'lrt hA ULl.,
sembled 10 tind' organised . C 0 ifewis lucted' lisldof tho
Senate and Bearu'sleo.'SpoakWf.riliossembli' '"' " ' ' W '
Tho sessions are tbmfiqVarlI J Id .itfodmoiHj'afi pendhW tbo 'com
pfetion of repairs to' the Capffel budding. ' ' ' r,,k " ' " W?
WASHINGTON, I). C, January 7.
as chairman of tl,e Rppublipan National
by Jlarry. New. , :,
, There has been much opposition Hp tho appointment of: 'Cortelvou as
Secretary of tho Treasury, mnthe gr,o'u.id. that as ohalrmani-otho .'ReDub
Jipau committee he wastt.o man whp.had charge of the-, collection of -cam
paten funds from Wall Street finan.dis. .An eHort has.been -made to da
leai ms conurmaupn, wnenTsIiaw retlrq?.
TOKIO, Japanuary 7. -It is expected' that tho deftart.- VH,n,..
ing squadron' for Hawaii will bo postponed for one w'eok. ' w 'r'''
SAN FRANCISCO, January 7.-J, Radley killed' his two sist'e'rs-ln
and then committed suicide. Family. Uubles caused , thfripfe crime.
PORTLAND, Ore., January 7. A. Martin killell..lils'Irf.'i'L!lil
wounded his wife, and then committed
MELBOURNE, January 7.Franco'has'ceded to'Grcat!B'rlVain' iiVn
and of Tautui tn exchange for colices'sionsln Burtlidn--'
ssiuw 1UKK January 7R H.
HUSTON. Texas. JiininiriM7 Tim
Railroad is ended. . 'f.V,
v, - .i. . , n v, ISGQ, January 7.-Cold woathor with si
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low prevails in . XM
hills are stiow-