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THE MAUI NEWS
The Smoke of a Cremo Cigar Chases Care Away. Light One and
Taste the Sweetness of Content.
Continued from page l.
With Superintendent W. II. Bab
bitt the meeting was constituted
by Mis. J. M. Dowsctt, S. M. Ka-
nnkanui, J. J. Carden and W.
Williamson, Commissioners. T.hc
first item of business was the read
ing and filling of Mr. Babbitt's
letter to Uev. A. Mackintosh, dated
Dec. 13, 1907. It informed Mr.
Mackintosh that the Board had
unanimously decided that his pro
posed extension of absence, as
principal of the Royal school, be
construed as a resignation and as
such was accepted by the board.
In conclusion the letter said:
"The department is not unmind
ful of the splendid work you have
done in years past for the cause of
education in this Territory, but
feels that ihe ininortance of the
Royal school demands as principal
one who will give his undivided
attention to the work of the school,
and this you are admittedly uiv
able to do. The department there
fore accepts your resignation as of
November 10, 1907."
A letter from iUrs. Austin was
I Jfj 1 rend, asking for the reinstatement
m u i , ii iu iiiin-i., .'"i
She did not wish to be understood
he had done what he could in putt
r inn himself richt again, and Mrs
Austin thought the loss of his ser
vices would be serious.
Mr. Babbitt said that, since last
meeting, he had talked with a man
from Lahaina who had formerly
had much to do with Brown. This
man did not think a great deal of
him. Mr. Babbitt had come to
change his mind about Brown.
Mr. Carden and Mrs. Dowsett,
ing that a Cornell man had been mg to the Attorney Lrenerai s hutiu ,
obtained to take the position i that the.board authorize hhn to r.sk
the Normal School which Mr Pope 1,10 raw . 10 81 1 as,l,u ",B 'a , V "
, , . , oueslion as a loresi resei vh. -ivut i -
nun given up to uecuiuu uuan ui
r-i .i e t . ..1. 1 AT,. I
tne uonege oi agriculture unu mi
at. n .i.i .!n i .. I. : ,...K....:r.r.i.-.,,
iur. raoonii in ma siiumiasiuii,
mentioned that he had written to
Miss Van Deerling, asking whether
At All C&ar Stores.
Lnluiinn Doctor Goes
Aiiininr the nassenuers vho will
she would rather give up her public sai for tlio Coast on the Alometla
school than her church school work tomorrow Is Dr. James Malony, of
on Muni. Lahaina, who is leaving the islands
Mis. Dowsctt expressed astonish- for good, after a stay here of about
ment that Miss van ueening .'
Of this tune Dr. Ma
i.i i. ..:...., !,,. lonv ha spent the lust, three years
, , . ' at Lalnuna, where lie was the doctor
church work. L .... . ' , , . . n.
,r .T,.l!li 1!.l ..... lnHnln.iil I lOr LIIU 1 lulu t'l mill, ui.u .... i.n
MV. IIBUIH Um UUL l...ui.m fa ,
.1 J -f -1 ...w I
tne nature oi mo uujuu.. represPn,aUvfi of tno Marine Hospi
asked for an explanation. , , Service and of the Territorial
Mrs. Dowsett explained in effect j30a.(1 of Health for that section
that the board was the party under just before he left Lahaina Dr. Ma
obligation in the matter, as it had lony was niven a-farewell dinner by
asked Miss Van Deerling to take the managers and officers or the
the position in addition to the plantations and w'shed 'all the good
church work for which Bishop Res- fortune possible.
i..,wi unr Tim linmrl before going n uaimina
lilllUK Ulllll" iii. ..
having made a number of excep
tions to the rule against teachers
onL'acinir in other employment, it
Parker Ranch proceedings above ro
In explanation of the amount allow-
ed bv afliant for taking or deposl
Hons, afliant says that defendant
will have to take depositions it) Bos
ton, New York, Porto Rico and San
Francisco in order to secute a full
and proper presentation of the de
The foregoing estimate of costs
dnos not include the question of at
torney's fees o commissions, but re
fers exclusively to the costs of court
proper, witness fees,, depositions
and transcript of evidence.
The motion is that security in the
amount of $15,000 be required.
lony was in Kona and Kahuku fcr
three vears prev ous tothat limo
was surgeon of the O. & O. steamer
Contic. Ho is now on Ins way to
ought not to enforce it strictly in a s K.mid whl,rp ,lt. wU, ta.'p
. t it i i.i.; 1 '
BISMARK STABLES CO.Ud
and SALES STABLES
The BISMARK STABLES
prrpos'es to run the Leading Liveky
Staiii.e Business on MAUI
is that oui-compelitors tell you that they will sell
coods as eooil as ours. We nee'd nothing better.
they don't tell you that they have Belmont Whis
key in bulk or Kaupakulua Wine in bulk, bo wo
We also carry lots of good things for the Holidays,
ciml. nK T'nnnli Rrniulv. Anricnt Brandy, Cherries m
firpnin di Mniithe. Cooking Sherry and Brandy, all ZS
kinds of table Wines.
We arc also Agents for Seattle and Primo Beers.
Your Holiday dinner Wont bo complete without
something to help digest it. We have all kinds of
Cocktails already mixed. Ring us up and we will tell
you more about the good things we have.
Maui Wine & Li
Chas. M. Cooke, Pres.
R. A. WutlswortU, Director
C. 1). I.ufUin, Caihicr
Win. Henninj', Viec-I'rcs
SECOND ANNUAL STATEMENT
at the close of business December 30, 1907
I.oans, Discounts, Overdrafts..? S4.355-92
Cash and Due from Hanks....
United States Iionds,.
Freuiimu on U. S. Homls..,
Furniture mid Fixtures
Five Percent Fund
Surplus mid l'rofits
Due to Hanks
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, )
COUNTY OF MAUI C B3
I, Win. Henliing, Vice-President of the above named hank, do solemnly swear money
that the above statement is true W u,e o..y VVice-Preident
who had opposed Brown's rein
statement, said they were of the
same mind as before.
Mr. Williamson, for whom the
decision had been postponed to
give him time to inform himself,
said the department, -could not look
lightly on the teacher's conduct.
3 He moved that Brown be dropped
from the roll. Seconded by Mr.
ES; Carden, the motion carried.
Mr. Williamson reported on his
investigation of the ' Lahaina
troubles. lie found that Miss
Iladley had been so long a teacher
there she did not tolerate inter
ference. The money she had got
for products of the grounds had
been devoted to buying bats and
balls, etc.. for the boys. rJ he
charges of appropriating money
were unfounded. Miss Iladley
offered to hand the money .over
to him. Mr. Williamson reconi-
25,000.00 , , . Inntt.,..s for ti,
? 1 .... . . , .
33-32 nresent be lelt as tliey were, uut
6,250.00 , n,mvlnn;iv n(T.VPl MiaR
4i.92i.4i "' ui-!"..".".;
750.00 iiauly snouUl bo transterreii to an
other school and a new school
$ 74.373'9' agent should be appointed.
Mr. Babbitt did not believe Miss
lladlcv intended to keep the
lie aureed with Mr. Wil-
case where the board had obtained
a teacher's services as a favor. Be
ing presented to state her objection
more explicitly, Mrs. Dowsett ,aid
she objected to asking Miss Van
Deerling to resign her church work
unless Inspector Wnlls said it in
terfered with her regular school
Mr. Babbitt 111 leplyinformed Mrs.
Dowsett that Miss Van D''rlinj f or
ally applied for tl.e position in
ritting, and there biiuu a vacancy
was employed merely for the rest of
the term. IV would be out of the
question to have her continue leach
iny a niyht school while holding a
position in a publico day school Mr.
Babbitt further wanted to know
up private practice. Advertiser.
Figures Costs at Thousands.
where exceptions 10 thrlrule hud been land includni" next Monday would not
midP 1 UlllL'U&UIIUIUf Llllllt
Mrs. Dowsett stated that Mrs. e n H" ' Withirtrton on
Marshall was paid fordoing the work belialf .r certain or the deremtanis
who are not miiue panics oy uie
S,,bs.,i W .won, ,0 tator. "'SK'gi. J,l. Clrcmt.
Will it not pay yon to look into our lino lino of
GARLANDS and ot a stovo that will give
you absolute satisfaction. Wo have thorn in
all sizes, selling as low as ? 10.00 and all along
up to $70.00." Whon you want soinothing good
in tho stovo, lot us qupto you.
Fop Best ResultsJAdvertise in the
statement of receipts from sales of
wood and keawo beans furnished
by Miss Iladley was presented by
A letter from Mr. Waal was also
read, in which ho disclaimed any
"suite work." Ho repeated the
charges nuainst Miss Iladley, said
ho was only talking "business' ajid
asked that his name be kept out of
Mr. Carden concurred with
Messrs. Williamson and Babbitt
Mrs. Gannon resigned her posi
turn as teacher.
Ross Hall ended tho investigation
of charges against him by resigning
his place in Kapaa school.
Joseph Dolim resign tho princi
palship of KiheL school for a better
Inspector Wells, writing from
Maui, mentioned applications for
the places being vacated by Mrs
Gannon and Mr. Dolim. Ho spoko
strongly against one applicant on
the ground of reputation.
Mr. Babbitt submitted a list of
proposed assignments for the new
term opening next Monday, but
final action could not bo taken in
all cases on account of delay in the
steamer Alameda's arrival. Ho
had received a cablegram nnnounc
The motion of certain of the dc
fendants hi the Loivrie case to re.
quire the plutnti'lT to ivo security
for costs, was set by Judge Robinson
yesterday for Monday morning next
at 9 o'clock The setlinyof the time
for hearing the motion was hot ac
complished without considerable ar
gument and cross liring. It was ac
companied by a motion for further
time in which to demur, answer or
otherwise ph-ad. A G. M. Robert
son for the plaintiff opposed the
L'rantinir of any further time but
Judge Robinson thought that until
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
Hxeursion Rates to Tao and Ha'e
akala with competent guides
Machines for sale on the
amended complaint, for judgment for
costs on their behalf ot 40,000 was
also set. for the same hour. The
amount of tin1 costs is based on 11
Ilawai an statute which t'ives the
winnitiL' bide in an nssiniiivit. suit a
certain percentage of the amount
sued for as attorney fets. This
motion raises the question of whether
this is an assumpsit suit or not.
The motion to require the plaintiff
to give security for costs is based on
the following allidavit'bv W. A. Kin
of the Kilohana Art. .League. A
teacher on Kauai was allowed to run
There was a lot, 01 conversation
between Mr. Babbitt and Mrs. Dow-
sett as '.o what constituted outside
work within tho meaning of the rule.
Heing asked to bring her objection
into langib'e frcm in a motion. Mrs.
Dowsctt moved that, the board ro
tract the permits heretofore given to
teachers to do outside work.
There was no seconder. Mr. Wil
'iamson had withdrawn and Messrs
Kanal.-anui and Carden declined to
t!1lc. ..art in the discussion because W. A. Kinney Doing tirst duly
.1 ! nrnni.nnfll.nolmim SWOTO dOCOSeS UIKl SllVS llial 110 tins
J .! 1 u. r .1 A r ,1.1..
stances ' uisuuru unmr im: lhuii- in nil.-
On the recommendation of Mr. 'territory f..r about twHity live years
Habbitt. it was moved by Mr. Wil- and nas gatueu suineienr. prncnea.
liomson, seconded by Mr. Carden and nowieoge 1.1 me iiu.n.i ca iu
,. i.i i.nf i,,nntiiniif.chniilinvvpfl mane a ioitc.im oi wnai me eobispi
the use of the Kalaheo school on court, win pn.neny amounwio m me
Kauai, after school hours, three or above entitled cause if tb same is
Fahh limnc r nirtlltlt until !t Tll'fiinf tni tried unon its mortis iu ibis court
church building is erected. uPon tne compiami now on me acre
, . 4 ... I S nn.l i.-. nllinnt'f. in1nmr.nl n twl
T..nnon(ni llnrf nVIIHllinrl WIT.I1 I III, IIIU 111 I. Ill U II V "3 ItlULltlVll. IIV,
1II3ILIUI ""D v.t.....w.., ...... ... p . .,,
. ., .i nn ntnn tlin nnctc li ollAcTinn vvtl lint.
maps and diagrams, uie proposeu v..v. M.
centralization at Ainakea and Pence- fal1 'ar snort of &UuU; alllant com
keo. Two five-room schoolhouses putiug that the tajdng of depositions
n.m.1,1 rnninnocovpi-nl .wn mom huild herein will cost about SlOUi); that
iiigS None of the children would witnesses lees win cost aiwuior iuuu;
ha"ve to travel more than an eighth witnesses having to come in largo
of a mile farther than before, and no numbers from the wlund of Maui;
lir.vn mni-n llinn n mtln fin ri n that tho other remaining costs, of
i,n tr, ,,n in rimnli snhnnl. A fnriti nf court will not bo under $500: and
petition was submitted, for testing that besides the foregoing a trans
ti,., mihii- nnininn nf thn spfitlnns cripr of the stenographer's notes of
lllec'ted bv tho proposal. evidence will cost about 4-1500.
All present seemed to think the Affiant further states that "the
M-nnnallinn n irnnrl mm. piaillllll IS a HOU-resUieilt OI tllC
I'1 .'.'....'.. .- r-i . -
rnncipal U. A. fliacuonaid 01 ua- Territory and nas ueen tor a numDer
hainaluna, in reporting two ceses of of years; at:d that affiant has no in
diphtheria which had delayed vaca formation or knowledge or any pro
tion there, stated the need of a hos pert owned by plaintiff in this Terri
pital with three or four rooms, a tory
and a dispensary at the institution. Affiant further states that in his
Mr. Babbitt, who on Inspector opinion If said cause is tried upon its
King's report had assented to the merits the number of witnesses that
reouested change of vacalion time, I will have to he called by defendants
recommended that the hospital bo I will not fall far short of ono hundred,
Big Discount for Cash
Machines for Rent
By the Day, Week or Month.
DELIVERED and CALLED FOR.
We have just received a new line
of Automatics and Family Ma
chines and all kinds of Needles
S. DECKER, Agent. .
P. O Box 25. Telephone 224.
Main Street, - - Walluku
Next Door to Walluku Cash Store.
Fine Job Printing at the
Maui Publishing Co.
built It could bo do o out of La
There was no objection.
Mr. Babbitt read papers submitted
by Mr. Ilosmer, Superintendent of
Forestry, which had been drawn up
to givo effect to a proposition for
giving the upper lands of Lahaina
luna into the control of the Board of
Agriculture and Forestry as part of
tho West Maul forest reserve,' He
had obtained an opinion from the
Attorney General, which advised a
different mode of procedure. Mr.
Babbitt favored the scheme in gen.
eral as helping to conserve Lahaina
luna's water rosources, and his re
commendation was adopted, accord-
AN TONE DO UEdO, PROP.
DRAYI1SG and EXPRESSING
' Contracts taken fcr Hauling.
Telephone No. 428.
Queen Lodging House, Main Street
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monument Works, Ltd
imi CHEAPER THAN WQOl
k JL k i
and that the trial thereof will con
bumc about sixty days; affiant in this
connection citing further the- trial of
the proceedings had hi this court for
the removal of the guardian of Anuie
T. K. Parker, involving as it did the
question of tho proper management
"of the Parker ranch, took nearly
sixty days, and then only one side of
tho controversy was presented, to
wit, that for tho compla'nant, and in
a (li ant's opinion the Issues presented
in the above entitled cause as to tho
dismlsal of plaintiff as manager of
the plantation of the Hawaiian Com
mercial & Sutar Company, involve
move complex Issues and will tako a
longer time to present than the
I We Sell Iron Fence
in.n.n r.npa rnffrlv.l ihn ITlGrllMt Award.
"Molil Modal," World's Fair, Ut.Louli, Wil.
Prire 1mi than a retctable wood fence. Wlir
not rvLUHfo )nur old ono now wuuu neat, &c
Irnrtlin I HO! J VBHOR.
ijwr -v i,iti;nni.."
Over liUileHlen. of Iron IVuce.
Iron l'loircr Viino. Mrtfpo..
i elc.,.hown tu our cutaluguri.
tVft CAM. AND
Honolulu. T, H,
Makkey STUr. , Wailuku
ANTONE B0RBA, Prop.
Full lino of popular brands ot
Celebrated Primo & Seattle
25c 2 Glasses 25c
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