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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1908
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered Bt the Tost Office at Wnihikti, Maui, Hawaii, as
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
Ainu i Publishing; Cotnpnny, L-hnitod.
(Proprietors i'nnci I'ubllBhurs.
The columns oftlie Nkws ailmit cxmmiiiiiratiiins mi prrtitueiit topics. Writi' oulv
ou one side of paper. Sign your name which will he helil oonliilintial if lUsin-il.
(SUBSCIPTIOS liATF, IN APVAM'K -f'2."i0 per Year. d."0 Six Months
Wo. have nt all times contended tint il would luuVc boon the bet
tor part of wisdom to have allowed him to :o to fdolokai and lino
the Hoard friven its consent at first ho would probably have re
fused then and would have been robbed of the advertising that In
so much soeyht.
Most of those who at first believed ho was sineere in his desin
to treat the lepers now believe that he was sookiuy f ree adviTlisl- j
tuil would use that for his pecuniary benefit at the expense !
those whom ho sticks to deceive aad put from tlcir money
Hugh V . Coke,
licl'tor nnd mannger
KKIi. 1, !(
Improved Steamer A petit ion is circulated and jron-
Servlce Needed. orally signed sikinr the president of
the Inter Island Steam and Navigation Company to inaugurate bet
ter steamer service at Kahului for i he act- mi limitation of t he t ravel
This move would be of yrciii convenience to I lie public who be
lieve they should have steamer service twice a week- each way in
stead of once a wool? as at present.
If the service is inuuuratod il will mean the same service in
Lahaina that it now yets but instead of the t wo steamers goin to
Hawaii from that place one at least will leave Lahaina for Kahului
where the greatest population would prefer to embark for llono.
lulu and Hawaii instead of tak'uiy the steamer at Mediators Land
ing where there is no accommodation for ladies and invalids who
are often compelled to take the steamer on account of the present
While the landing at Mc(! rcgors is an improvement over the old
landing at Maalaea in some respects and in some weather it is so
far awav that the hacks are comnellod to leave town before the
steamer is sighted and in consequence many are required to remain
there In the night without any chance of comfort, and must pay
twice the fare that they formerly had to pay to get to Maalaea and
and while it ia necessary to send the hacks there it is seldom a
paying proposition for the hackinen as the number of hacks is
always greater than the number of passengers: for which reason it
is a losing proposition for t he hack men
It is believed that both the traveling puulic and the stables would
profit by the proposed schedule and that travel would become more
general than it is now.
It would unquestionably be to the advantage of the traveling
oublic and we see no reason whv the coaipany should not "rant
Were Probably The statement of Captain Lursen that the
Mistaken. boat in which he and his men were in ou
their way to the island from the wrecked Eclipse was so near
vessel while three hundred miles oil' shore -thu.1 they must have
been seen by the man at the helm seems almost incredible.
That any sea faring man would bo so devoid of humanity as L
refuse aid to suffering snip wrecked brothers cast adrift on, the
hsh. seas is taardlv possible and vet the captain has trained the
confidence of those wdio have met him and noiie doubt that he be
lieves the captain of the vessel did wilfully refuse to heed the call
for help and left the sulferinir in'ii in agony ana thai three of the
men did die as a result of the failure of the vo.-,ol to render assis
If it is t;ue that the ves-M'l r'l-.bi d past lor the reason that its
ollicers wished to make poit and win the .atrer to reach port be
fore the other boats did th.e left San cY.inciseo hi -fore the others
as some seem to believe was the case the captain r a ho ever was
responsible for this brutal act should be severely nuui.-dieu for
this villianous act.
While the Captain of t he iilfaled Kclipsi? and the men certainly
believe they were purposely refused assistance we are inclined to
think they are mistaken ana that they were not seen as they are
so sure they were.
The Idol r-nllcn
I' L N C i i
CO EMISSION fKK
Fort George not The Erskino M. Phelps, Fort George, Irm-
- the Winner, yard, and Gerard C. Tobey, recently left
San Francisco on a race to the islands and il is understood that
the race should be one from port to port.
On Saturday the Claudine pissed the Erskino M. i 'helps near
Kahului which harbor the Phelps reached Sunday before any of
the other vessels had put into port. On the following day, Monday
the Fort George readied Honolulu and was anchored in the harbor
one day after the Phelps had anchored in the harbor of Kahului.
The Fort George now claims to be the winner of the wager on
the ground that she was off Kahului on Friday evening ahead of
It 16 authoratively stated in Kahului that she was at no time in
sight of Kahului on Friday or Saturday and it is further claimed
that even if she had been that tlnit would not entitle her to the
wager for the reason that Kahului was not her objective port but
that Honolulu was aud that as she was a day late in reaching her
port she has no right to claim the wager .
It might be further pointed out that there w ts a fair wind Friday,
Saturday and Sunday off the islands and that even if the Fort
George was near here Friday as is claimed by Um Captain of the
Fort George she could have made Honolulu ahead of the Phelps
but which she did not
The Erskine M. Phelps was clearly the winner of .he race aud
should receive the wager.
HONOLULU, January 28-The
"Committee of Ten" will hold a nias--tnectiujr
nt Aala- Park on Saturday
niytit at M'Veii-1 hirt v, to inform tin-
ptihiic of the work that has hci n
one by the committee relative to the
Wullaeli matter, ami to announce
that the commit tee has been disband
, a-. Wallach Inn po-iiiveh' r fos'-c i
to accept a eliuiiee to l "St lus power-
The following letter was sect yes ¬
terday afternoon by the chairman of
the eoniaiit tee:
"lloiiolu'u, T. IL. Jan. 27th. IMS
"A t 4:1)5 c'clocK p. m.
"Mr. Li. K. P'mkl.am, President,
Hoard of Health, Honolulu, T If.
"I)eir Sir: 1 have t. e honor to
aeliiioivl dye tin' receipt of your roni
munica lions of the 22nd aid 2."!h ii.
stant, and a so the receipt of ' hp cer
tified ci py of tlv "Agreement' a-
drawn un hv the Attorney General
In reply 1 bee to state that X hac
been unable to produce Mr. J, L f
all ich at yr.ur ollice this aflcriaioi,
at or before 4 o'clock for the reason
that he has absolutely declined to
siipi said Agreement in its present
form. Yours very truly,
"J NO. C. LANK,
"Chairman, Commit tee of Ten."
The following is another letter
showing a final effort to have the
"Territorial Hoard of Health, Hawaii
"Honolulu, Hawaii, Jan. 25, 1!H!S
"John C. Lane, Ksq., Chairman,
Committee of Ten, Honolulu, T. H.
"Dear Sir: I received a call from
Charles K. Notlev and Joseph Fern
who inquired if J. Lor Wallach would
be allo.ved a telephone to wHoli I re
plied certainly, or all other reason
able conveniences lie may desire
"They further inquired if a tmai d
would be at hand all the time and my
reply was 'there would and that such
wasMhe case at present, a lie
station was never left Phoi-t o'kceo
er for a momet't. '
"Later I met Mr. C.i'iiiiipvnrtii m
Merch int si r. t t, aial up ai his ma!
iug tin? same inquiry I replied to tl
same effect. Y irs v ry tridv
"L K P.NKHA..-'.
"Presi ien-., Hoard of II a'eii
John Luue, Lliuiriiliu of il.e (loin
mittee ol Ten, when usUed this at'1' i
noon for a statement regarding ".-
Ijeh's refuihiiJ to iM ycr-L nln- Il -conditions
set Ii rti- by the Huaii! !
Health, replicil in the fo.lo.vin s '.a'
"Walhudi's relations .villi the Com
mittee of Ten ai e finished. We will
report to the public at a meeting on
Saturday night to that effect. As
tor as 1 am concerned personally, I
am through with Wallach. Relative
to Wtdlach's refusing to sign the
agreement yesterday, I understand
that Ins reason for so refusing was
that his legal ad . iser, Leon Straus,
and his friends Dr. aud Mrs. Atelier
ley, told him that if lie did sign and if
any one died us a result of his treat
ment lie held liable for ma!:s!aughr.
A ppiica I ions havin; he ui tiled will
the uirFrsigtied, by The Henn
Waterl:one Trul Company Ltd..
Trii-,' ee for Phoebe K Raymond am
.1. If. Raymond, for the building o'
fenres betwot n the Applicant? lands
situat" at Kamao'e, Ivula, Disttiil
ofMal i.vao. Island of Maui and the
lands described in CI rant, No. 52."
situate al .-ii nl Katnnile (K -porlri! to
belong to t,c 1 1 i -s of one ei hi) iini'
the ii'.ds d' setibed in Grant. No. -lb!!
situate a', s.iid Kainaole (Repot t'i
to hi long to i la1 heirs of one Wallaci )
Therefore rotiee is hereby g'ven to
all parlies interested thai on Salur
day the 15ih, day of February A. D
1!I'.(S :U :i o'clock P. M. the under
si'ind will be on said lauds to vie"
the same and hear said Application
and met t all r.arties int.io sled or
their agents as by law provided.
Dated al Wailuku, January 21t!i,
C. D LUFK'IN,
HUGH M. CORK,
J. K. KAI'TOOKKLK,
Keiu-e Commis-ioners i.i and for tl e
Dlstiict el Maka ivs o, Conn t y o: Maui.
Ter ri tory ol t la 'ait.
Jan. 25, Peli. 1. 8, 1:"-.
BISHARK STABLES CO. lid
and SAfd-'.S STAHLKS
The BISMARK STABLES
pi iposes In run the LCADINO LlVi:KY
Staui.i: lb st ess- on MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQN3
Ivxcursiir.i Rates to lao and Hah
akala with competent gli des
ilavaiian Iron Ferce and
Monument Works, Ltd
(v.. . - - . ..i j.:..i "ibl
1 i I ' i T 1 I ' 1 ' i' : ' . ' i -Tll I'PI'I" IIW
4 P i : a vWv 1-'r-:Yr,ili!i!i!iiU'-if't
i We SeI! Is on Fence
Machines for sale on trie
Big Discount. for Cash
P, Ma chines for Rent
Tiy the Day, Wsck or Month.
DI:L1VL!:i:I) and CALLED FOR.
W'i have just received a new line
of Automatics and Family Ma
chine? and all kinds of Needles
S. DECKER, Agent.
1 O. Hox 25. . Telephone 221.
Main Street, - - - Wailuku
Next Door to Wailuku Cash Store.
The Passing The female rocU fakir lias at hist been brniig-lit
of WaJlacll. to bay by the action of the Hoard of Health 1:1
permitting him to go to Mololai and t reat ten Jepars whom be might
select and bring to the Kalihi Receiving Station.
The agreement wn made out and was ready for his signature
and the committee) of ten wore notified to bring the self sty led Doc
tor to the ollico of the Hoard to sign the agreoineat llo dodged
at every thing but when the Hoard signified its willingness togrant
these concessions he finally refused to sign any agreement on the
ground that if uny of the le;ers died as a result of his treat ment
he would be prosecuted for manslaughter. A beautiful contention
for a man who claims to cure aud not to Ui'l.
ANTON E 1)0 HKbO, 1'ltol'.
DUAYl.NG and KX PRKSSI NG
Contracts taken f r Hauling.
Telephone No. -12S.
Queen Lodo'mo House,
MAUI BLUE BOOK
T K It 1 1 1 Tl l U I A I, O K Fl ( ' I A L S
linn. A V. Kt'paiUal, Oirciiii liutgu, ruilulu
K llulinii li.lbll't. larrli I'irL-uit Court. V;lilili.u
Ja ii!e W. A. Mi K.iv Dim .ib.-'isii-uli!, W alliiku
" J. Hri'unl ' l.uhallitt
' Chus. Colip, " " Makuwiiu
' ICiiuiiluiu, " Huiiuuuia
J. Kunoxni, " lli.u
I'ui'.iiiuu, " i ipalaita
" C. ('. I'l'Ulanl " ' Mi.luK.U
' ICiili'Xilialuiiiila, ' " ' Lainii
W. T. IColiiusiiu, 'I'hx Assessor Wuiluliil
J X. I. K.'oln, lit iml) Assessor WuiluKu
A. K. Tavuiv ;'ali
lU'ju, ' ' Luliiiiiiu
M. 11. Kcuur, " lluua
Wm. lli'imin. SupiM-Us.jr, Cliairai:iu
S. K. Kuiur, "
T. M. I'limvli,
Ur. 1. Iluiu,
1'. T. Meyers,
I). II. Ciisr,
i.. m. imiiiM in,
i -uuiity A t iDi-Li-y
bi'piitj I'mutly Alluru'-y
A udil o
Full line oT oopu!a .- hi a
A'il :; K1KS. GINS
Celebrated Primo & Se?tie
25C 2 Glasses 25c
';r-S"! .tl-lnl. WtThl'fi F'tii". l?L. I.oiiii,, iin.
'I iMi.jf tiniiiirnl fern i Toil rrTl ll'V.
I'rii c ti -k f tiflii a r ikt t:illc u nml 1 -m r. V')if
Ti.t I"i'l:iri' tuiif cut ' no mw v-'ilh J.U"nt,Qt-
trn-'tiw tOS KVN'"'!
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M-ICt" '! ll 'M l'i 11'"', 7-fy J.J
ii in mil' t :itni 'iu- s. ,:-'
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V S Sv'x's5. EXPERIENCE
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Anroite nenrtlnR n fkitrh And donortntton miiT
quickly ancfrtuhi our opinion free whether nv
(iirontinti ta prohnhly pniontahle. Commnniri.
tlitnntricdyroiitltleiitlnl. HANDBOOK on Pat cuts
sent ii g. (HitoHt nuonov for awurnig pawntR.
l'at "nt tuiten thrminh 1unn A Co. sccelve
tpTi'if notice, wi hut chnrge, in the
,. tup, T-i a
Lranch OStii-v, i ;.. V Wahiuiuii, 1). C.
IllatinU ol Jl 'V ; -.'M-KlLi'' 1'
ye-tr: four m ntiv.i, .Si
Music and fun are jood
The Victor beats the doc
tor. Our easy-payment plan
soon settles all the fees; but
the medicine keeps on coin
in jr. And it's mighty p'eas
a nt to take. Write us.
ISERGSTROM tlUSIC CO.,
Seeing is Believing,
Wo have in exhibition in our show room a choice
selection of nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dislios for the Bathtub.
French Plate Glass Mirrors.
Soap Dishes for the Wall,
Sua) and Siiniisre Holdeis,
' TnUai li es ill ViP'ioUS siKO",
'l'owol Racks. -:! and 1 fold,
Co ii!. iitid l'rusii Trays,
'i'o-.ih aud lirush Holders,
linii" l!,i(d;s. etc., etc.
must lie seen and used.
s a whole these
fittings are the most tirtistie, jiractieal, easily cleaned
and therefore the MOST SANITARY.
Our prices brin;4 them within the reach of all.
We invite your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RABLROAD CQ.'S
Masonic Temple, : : KAHULUI.
dime UableJialiulni 5l ilraad Company
W A I LU K U -1' A 1 A DIVISION
! v A i 1 ( ; L I l - I' U U N N I : - K 1 1 1 E DIVISION.
STATIONS f M- ! V' ' " I NATIONS j M i'V'- PM
Has ; Fit ; Pas. Pas only Pas
' i "
Kaliului Leave 7.00 '.tin j Kahuiui Leave (i.2D 1.2!l
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 j 2.12 Puuueuc Arrive ;.:;,"
Wailuku Heave 7. 2D 2.20 j Hia.i v;,.- Leave C. ID 1.4,1
Kahului Arrive 7.:!2 ! ', i 32 Kahului At rive ti.5., ' .',;
Kahului Leave. 7.:!.") j !.-l0 2.:i. .'1 111 1 Kahuhii Leave ! S.pl 'I J", I :,.lu
Sp'ville Arrive 7.17 , ..;.") 2 17 5.22 1'uuin ne At rive I S.25 10 (HI :t.2."i
Sp'vii'e Leave 7 50 10.15 2 50 5 25 Pucueue Leave S.iiu li).;tl) ;.;.
Haia Arrive 8 05 lil.X'i .".0j 5.40 Kahului Arrive j 8.45 1(1.45 :t.45
l'aia Leave . 8 15 111.5(1 3 15 5 15 Kahului Leave j !) 45 X
Sp'vdle Arrive 8 ,'!5 '.i.Xt l'uuneiie Arrive ! 10 (10
Si'vil!e Leave , 8.40 ! Ii. ID , j Puuueue Leave !
Kahului Arrive 8.52 ll.:'.D .'f.52 , 11.05 . Camp 5 Arrive lO.oO
Kaliuhu Leave S.55 1.00 S.55 I Kilui Arrive ' 11.15
Wailuku Arrive 1 11.10 1.15 i 4.M j Kiliei Leave j 11.30
Wailuku- Leave !) 20 1.35 j 4.15 , - . I ... '
Kahului A 1 rive it 35 : 1.50 ; 4.30 : Kiliei train, Tuesday only in'td cany frtdlit only.
ICoHuIli! FRailroeicl Company
ALHXA.NDKU & HALDWIN, Lru. ;- A LLXAN.UKH & HALDWIN, Line of Sailing Vessels Hetwte
S..11 Fruiic'sco ai.d the Hawaiian Islands; AM LL'ICAN-HA WA11 AN STKAMSllJl CO. ;