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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 9, 1907
.re is no experiment involved, in
.olto Gate flour-
It has stood suproine above all others
through 4years of
" ' 'hover been equaled ih
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t. 1 cm to- a4rmtc
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R. A. Waaswbjrth.'Dlrector
AT CLOSR OF BUSINRSS, nEC.3iiV 1906
. "! Ioans, Discounts, Overdrafts.... 29,446.64
Vv ' Casnlnd Exchanges , 6,340.56
U. Bonds '. 6,250.00
Omip Bonds (Quickly cou- -
verlible)... - ii,'66i.'33
Premium on U. S. Bonds 220.00
Furniture and Fixtures 'ijii
1 Fiw;P8r Cent. Fund 312.56
'. Ill ' "5 54.773-6
TERAITORV OF HAWAII,
' COUNTY OF MAUI
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The only exclusively sanitary cleanser madp, absolutely free
acid or grit, Do not ruin jourBath 'Tub with scouring soa
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convenient packages of halfrpound
Kahului Railroad Co's
K. i Our rBry; Poods Dopartpnt pontainst a oHoidol (i
'.selection oJJatisto, Cainbrie, Whito Press Goods,
k. Ficurod Prints. Orcandios,
..tJndorv.oar, Tpilot Artiqlos.
ming sheets and pillow cases lor batcholors to mak
ing wedding drossos.t . '
j Our Grocory Dopartmoiit contains an excellent
lino of Grocorics, both staple and fancy.
Rnlifinfin and Gordon
Shoos, Hardware Etc., Etc.
constant use and hus-
qllnlity. ' '
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& Liquor Go.
Catuqr . Wm. Henning, Vice-Pre.
Y- - Dccfitb, Director 1
T-.T A nTT.TTTTf Q
Capital btockji 25.000.B0
Undivided Profits... 2.54
'Due to Banks.. .T.?... . "si4'4o
Circulation.". .' 6,250.60
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mis 4m imy 01 January, 1907;
IAS. N. K. KKULA,
Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit
r ,1 J !1 if Ll- ' e 1J
P "0 RCEL A. Put up in
each. Sold by
Satin ancl S'ilksrriisliii's, x
Ladies aml-Chudron s
Shirts. Hats and GaDS. I
One Plank Is Rotten.
"No business In Ortd's' world Isr.oil.
ducted id so unbusinesslike a manner
as that of the waterworks business
of the Territory of Hawaii, especially
that Dart of it un Nuuanu Vnllov."
declared Repi-esontativo.Johri Hugh
es in the course of his remarks last
nigKt at the meeting of the Repub
jican'Ceritrai Conimltteo on the ques'
Hon of turninD the waterworks sys
tems over to the respective .counties.
"We ara told tonight: that the Oahu
system is run at iv loss of $(5000 a,
month. What 1 want U) know is,
wlSo did tho figuring for us"? I have
been assured by au ox-representative
that the waterworks aro making
money and I' think- that there" has
been some flirnflatnming."
Tho question of wa'tfirworksi.and
Lthat of a direct primary; fawTore
.mu uu nuujtULS UlUSlrUUUUlUU III lie
meeting last night, .which was. at
tcnded'by many of theleadin Re
publicans of the city, khaiVmait A.
u. iij, uooerlson presiding; Drafted
bills covoring other plouks.of the
party platform were, presented and
accepted, but these went through
wunout, uiscussiou. The draft pri
mary law was not adontntl. thn r.mni
mitlee deeming it best to make the
matter pubhc .before taking, action
tho matter boing of direct interest to
every voter In tho Territory. In the
matter .of the waterworks the leiris-
latrve committee , had not prepared
any arait. aoanuoninu the whole
thine as soon as tho figures showinu
tHb monthly cldficit and tho figuring
showing, a bigger deficit still in thq'
TAX COMMISSION PROPOSED.'
Tllfi first hill nrlnntnfl wno tl.nf
creating -a 6ommission to enquire in-'
to the present .unsatisfactory and
unfair taxation system." The bill
provides for tho appointment of a
commission of three experienced and
competent men by the Governor to'
investigate and examine and'rooort
riot.later than July 1, 1908. . Each
commissioner shall receive $250 for
his work, the whole expense of the
uivuouijuuuii m u nut inure man
AN EMASCULATED .MEASURE.!!
' L . . . . ,
ine'aciii wmcn is uiienacu to tuitill
the party-pledge recardinir the turn
ou over of' the control of trip Knlinnlc
to tho. individual counties was,, also
hurricdly;accejHc d. "'It provjdes for,
the creation in each countv of a Com:
mittee of Education, without powers
and without lin.v tnnnf nenn nrliIcr,,.tr
body for the Department of Educa'
OAHU'S LOSS AND KAUAI'S
, The division of the amounts collect
ed in income taxes between the coun
ties and'the.Territory is to be settled
by an amendment of the present act.
whereby the income of the county of
Oahu Mil bo reduced some $50,000' a
year and that of the other counties,
particularly Kauai, will be c'orres
pondingly increased. This is don'6 by
providing' that the incomo taxes of
corporations shall be considered as'
collected within the. county where
.. . v . . , . -V . -
ineir principal ousinessjs carried on.
Jh'e payment of" this income tax by
the head offices of the plantations ir,
Honolulu will, therefore,, should .the
bill become law. bo credited to "the
counties in which the plantations are
LIQUOR LaVNOT READY.
C. G; Ballentyne, who reported
for' the legislatjve committee, -ex
plained that the' liquor bil draft was
not yet ready,- being now in ' the
bands of, the typewriter. This would
be ready for consideration next
week.. ' He then presented the draft
of the primar.y law, which had bfcen
prepared by Chairman Robertson,
modeled (after the Wisconsin law.
DIRECT PRIMARY LAY?.
This proposed bill was explained
by Mr. Robur'tsorPus one to place tho
nouiinalion of candidates for the va
rious elective offices In tho hands' of
tho voters directly .and ta.do away
with the nominating conventions. As
outlined in the .submitted draft It
was open to amendment,
The draft bill contains tlie follow.
ing points: j. '
All candidates for nomination for
an electivo office to be placed. In no
mination through the primary. .
Primary elections to be heldat re
gular polling places in each preclnot
on the second Saturday ol Septem
ber preceding the general elections
in November, thirty days' notice to
be given the "comity clerks of tho
offices for which candidates are to be
nbminated, and the samo noUco of
tke jjlaceswjipro tins voting: will bo,
held i eaek precinct. '
i All candidates lor nomination to
be ubminated at the primary by no
mination papers, to be signed . as' fol
lows: For Delegate to Con gf ess,1 by
twenty-five electors; for 'either
branch of the Legislature, by .fifteen
electors, and for county offices, by
ton clectbrsj tho one so nominated to
accept in writing..
Electors to sign only. ,the npiuhla
tlon papers of'inen of their own poli
Non pai'tlsan candidates tO'be no
minated in tho same manner.
The names of those so nomlnatdd
to be printed on tho official ballot of
their own party, all tho balloW to be
of tho same color. Each voter to bo
given one ballot of each of the parties
roproscnjeO) oniy ono oi wuicn -ne
must mark', tho.bla'nU; ballots to" "bo
retdrned to the judoof.olection and
The law applying to iferleiial elec
tion, to apply as far as practicable to
tho "primary olectio". ' fJ-H
No candidate, to appeaKT)n"1mQro
than .one ticnet, anu lii.castpL
nation by two nnrtles lmal (
the. ticket on which b&ftflc&ahis
hamo to appear. t NJIw
, ..Only qualified Selectors to bo 'allow
ed to voto at the Drimarj'.
SECRECY OF THE BALLOT.
One of the changes proposed by
chairman Robertson in the bill of,
which the above is a brief outline is
to have each elector declare his party
allegiance and bo given only thntbal
Iqt. This would give" the County
Clerk a list of the members of ,eaoh
party, desirable thing in the opinion
o Mr. Robertson.' ' ,x
The Suggestion brought Judge
Archie Mahaulu to his fec,t. . Such a
filing, .ho declared, would destroy
4he secrecy of tho ballot. What was
to becomo of the men who wanted to
vote a split, ticket. ' A voter' would
surrender his indqpendonco under,
isuch a law, which, had it been in
effect, would have elected Brown as
Sheriff, and then where would Iaukea
have come in?
Tho judge was greatly .excited and
it took the combined .eloquence pf
Farrington, Ballentyne and W. O".
Smith to head him. off. The matter
.was finally iald over forf a week, dur
ing .which time it , Is expected that
.tlje public would be 'heard from in
WATERWORKS PLANK-A MIS-
A - TAKE.
. In -the .opinion of Mr. ;Ballentyno
.the platform committee at Wailuku
erred in placing the plank.regr rding
the. transferring of the waterworks
system to the county. A,t tlie pre
"stint time the Oahu systom was. con
ducted at. a oss of $6000 month and
an additional $4000 a month would be
needeu to carry on the necessary,
construction and upkeep of .the sys
tern, in view of the loss or revenue
to tie county in the .matter of income
tax he thought that the county was
not prepared to accept the burden,
especially as the people how receiv
ed all the benefits they could receive,-
oven If thoy d"l own the system. In
placing tho plank in the. party plat
form and' pledging the. party candi
dates to carry it out, he thought that'
.the convention did not know the ex-
adt state of affairs.
Mr. Farrington said that the plank
.1 I -J-.a f j 1 ' 1 .
nuu ueun pui in 10 ir.aKe a test of the
? i m ... . 1
pqwproi ice xerriiory to mm over
tbi tho counties property, tho title of
which was now vested in the Federal
government. He thought the sooner
itho test was made the better.
' HUGHES IN HONOR BOUND.
. Representative John Hughes said
that the fact that the waterworks
were now run at a loss was the
,stongest argument why they should
be turned over to tho county. He
thought that, better management
would show better results. He had
studied the question and 'tliought
.that tho transfer' would be ior the
benefit of all concerned.
' "I was elected' on that' platform
and pledged my word of honor to
carry out every plank in it to the
best of my. ability. I feel myself in
hornor bound to do it." -
This precipitated another discus
sion, tho words of Hughes as quoted
at the beginning of this 'article, in
troduciug the highMift pump and a
discussion of the virtues of if reservoir
systems Eventually tho matter was
laid over to bo threshed out to a con-
l a . ...
.ciusiou at some miuro moeting.--.
Shcotlng over thotHouolua Rannli
lands without tho permission of tho
undersigned is strictly forbidden.
Honolua Jan. 21st 1907.
Ilatcnifiuninu Seems tn be Filling
E. D., Buld win, formerly land agent
for. this district of Hnvall, fame lu
on tlie Ljk'eillco'ou Sunday front' Hilo
and was greeted by old friends yes
terday. 'He has" left Ililn permanent
ly anil will engage in justness here.
Mr, ' Baldwin has been mentioned
liitely in couiirotioii with the activity
of Kilauea: He has witnessed all of
the outbreaks that have occurred
there in many years ahd is an ack
nowledged uuijiorlty upon sueh.phoiio
mena. "There. is more activity in Kilnuea
today Xhaii- I have .seen there in
years," he remarked yesterday. "It
seelnato me.tlia'C the pU.in'ist fill at
tho i ate the lava is flowing into it.
If the floor was on a level with the
big. crater1 the. display would be
nearer the spectators and would, 1
am sure, be the grandest thdy have
overjsecn. That condition will soon
be reached. . .
"It Is astonishing, that even while
there is yet day. tlie active fire, can
bo seen at the distance it is now from
the'surfacc. ". " . . j.
"Local people are, generally .slow
to "go to the orator ..b'ut this lime
seems "to be an excerption for there
are parties going Op frdm'Hilo nearly
every day. They report conditions
on l.heir. return and I have not heard
any that are not highly .complimen
tary to Pele. The last time I., went
up tho fountains, thore weV'e two of
them, were doing good work. It
seems to me that thej activity will
last a long lime and when the lava
reaches the top of Hafemaumau tht;
sight will be next in grandeui to. the
flow on the other side ol tlie island.
There is no mistake .about this one
ahd I trustvit will continue for a long
time." Advertiser Feb. 5.
Jupnn Must Fight Riisnia Again.
'Japan feels that she will some day
hayc to whip Russia 'again," ' said
Captain E. V. Lynam or tho U. S.
transport Thomas last week. He
'was discussing the rurnorsof war be
tween the United States and Japan
and, ainco jt is 'his con-iction that.
Japan and tf. United States will not
fight over the present San Francisco
difficulty, the suggestion cdmes thai
the cause, of Japan's great, war pre
parations is this' feeling that "Russia
will not forget the b.eatiug she re
ceived in the Orient and that she will
strike for her old prestige when pre
pared. For this reason Japan is
exorting every effort to be ready if
possible, to ropeat her victory.
"The talk of Vlapan declaring war
on the United S"tates because of this
San Francisco trouble,!' said Captain
ljynam "is utterly absurd, to mj
mind. Japan is not yet prepare: for
war and, even if she were, she' has
sense enough to know that she could
never win out against tho United
estates; America has resources
enough to fight Japan, or any other
nation, for fifty years, if necessary,
''Japan might take the Philippines,
but she could ncvei hold them. She
might even take the Hawaiian Is
lands, but she could not hold them
for any appreciable time. If slic
could land an array in the States she
could never get it out' again.
"If Japan ever engaged in war
withythe United States, America
would' administer a beating from
which Japan would uover recover and
the Japanese know it." Star.
Notice is hereby given that Mr, Q,
C. Conradt has this day been appoint'
ed Deputy Tax. Assessor and collector
for the Island of Molokpl.
Dated this 11th day of January A.
W. T. ROBINSON,
Assessor Second Division.
Jan. 2-Feb.-2-9. -
Notice of Stockholders Meeting
Maul Publishing Co. Ltd.
Tho annual mc'oting of the MAUj
PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMIT-
ED, will be.held at tho offices of D.
II. Case, Wailuku, County of Maui,
n Wednesday, February 13th, 1907,
a't7:30PV'M. ' . ,
Election of officers, annual jreport
of manager, and such othor business
as may need attention and considera
Dated Jan 19th 1907.
tfi- D. II . CASE,
, V Secretary,
. -Juta. 26, Feb. 2-9.
At the annual, meeting of stock
holders of tho MAUI WINE &
LIQUOR CO. LTD., held Jan. 23rd
1U0T, the following officers and dlrec
tots were olecteirto serve for the
ensuing j ear:
W. T. Robinson, .
f President and Director.
U. A. Wadsworth,
Vice-president and Director.
Secretary, Treasurer and Director.
EI. St.reubcck, Director.
D. 1'. Nicholson, "
G. II. Schr'ader,
Secretary Maui Wine & Liquor Cc.
Ltd. . '
Jan, 20. Feb. 2.
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