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MAUI, H. T.ftSATURDAY. FEBRUARY i2, 1 90S
0 A"M ' 'f
? Till "t,?; -"rw
Brctiafflnf ft Mice
Acnjdw'updi?' a menacing plas'o?
; Aldrmod ritlijkjuichpck'd lufkish
ministration' oferani andnioAriliza-
t i arm igfft tqlnn g $1 h qr&
expedition of 61
icftitEm of GMDOQlilroot)?
dvtfmwfhKtlfoThirJcg uy a decisive
flflroittori oLforce''-. . V
(, jihinS 6f$e cxpcjlim'-und ami2
. lk&efrifricm lnirn&l1v?for IcL'isia-
r'''4tTf1ihfthoiltl,o tlif Douma. Fri-
dfeaf hii.'ccujrfhWl'tPe on na.tional
(dnoiiie .assnmb ods-Sn tfivtuullv
mse ' .asiom
"... Wn!iL''Ha.. i' ;5rA
t .wince .oriony; diiu imnrospivciy ouir
'it'hiJjh'?lUis(ifully informed and,
aslced foB4v 'ttponigrSdit fof '"tlie'
men.' yH'mot tlio pOksiHlbnw
jicnt-OfiaConomy by paying' tJbliax
i l.inf'.to'tliroinitial U)acfcwavdnQ!Js
nianlcliitf Thojcwipirc'ti l'vttg.
also in.tjie bala'tipa'a'ild TLtjpjJj:'
ai'niisf -be itreparu'toTdeienil lt.-Al
' I ltalkanB ' wj.ipli b'i6?u
msattracicd attention U'ere tpjtf
l " " i n . f it..:,
he ftpgrted r.ecall of PrinqejOrtj-o-
oliirKus&ian liiiTibassatlor ;o- Aus
iritgHungnry, seems to be graver,
than'iqflicial statements m"al& i
apfear. Austria and Germany
'elfargo tliaWin'nsia is trying.'lo pli
tajiJ rcvonge'Jor her failure in 'the
M'bv ofiioials of these
Gove'nn.iieW:tf4t siio is helped in
this'," openly, by Franco and -secret-lyy
Great Britain, thoMatker
tlius opposing Gijrjnan int'encc..
that it would bo impossible to' to
lerate the carrying out of thepro;
posed plan for the construction of
railjoas in the Balkans,-.as an
nounced by Baron von Aehrohthal,
the.' Austria-Hungarian Foreign
AJinistcr, as this would mean, ,un-
Ucv the-sguise of qozriincrcial in
terest, a practical Austrian suprem
acy throughout the Balkans. In
ed, jt would mean Austria's
idling Salonika, and Russia re
rkfi this, would bo equivalent to
"Germany at Salonika.
.filB FIRST NATIONAL
FarEaSt bJ-Hirnjng her "attention
Chas. M, Cooke, President. W. T. Robiuscn, Vice President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
A. WadswoiUli, Director
at the close of business, December 31, 1907
Jl.oans anil Discounts 5138,280.45
I 'United States liotuls i6,5oo.qo;
( Premium 011 U. a. lioiuls,
J" Other llonils (quickly convert) 42,850.00
t Cash and Due Ironi Hanks 43,280. 15
, Banking House, l'urniture.etc 7,050.00
ls Due J'rom U. S. Treasury 825:60
JRRITOkY OF HAWAII, i
COUNTY OK MAUI, f
I-, I), II. Case, 2nd yicg-I'rew'denl olthe above named bank, dd solemnly swear
tat the above iitatemcn't i8.true to the beiit of my knowledge and belief.
' ""- D. II. CAJjjj, and Vice-Presiduiit.
guuscnucu ami sworn 10 uciore me
S. Valentine Party' a Dp
Tho'jjValcntine Party giVeiL by
thp.Wmnpn'n Aid Snc.ietv of Onion
CJiifrcTi flt the hom) of Assistant
Manacor and Mia.'JI. B. Penhal-
low latnfe,ck FrUtriAiAi veiling was
onoioftlio inosjb'iltigjitful events
of tho'M'aspn. Sst
ttractyo po1fes'h''iul an'iotnc
presen,t at the dptcrtfinpnt. ttJf
soon as' the guests- arrived-, encli
was preSehtj."tith .a sma
tlie riiunibaiI 'avJi id; ad in
ow.npr tp.tjjcj .vdnons. jyurfps-inj
cessioiPbhtTlii'simctoUHflaiiai of the
, A series 'of surp'rises wtis in store
during the evening,' First came
a shadow farco entitled "The Bas
ket" whiqh' caused considerable
mej'ijjniont. This was followed a
Jittlo ater by an'cxceedingly cleve?
diaguc called '."l'lio CchBus Tak
er" int'hiclr.tho Principal of the
..Higlit School an'd Clip bounty, t-
l l 1 li i T.
lorneviiooic uiQ.icauiim i)iiriB iirs,
C. M. Robert? Qf Waikapu was the
- third cliaractcr.
JVherf the time came" for. refresh
pwijts each guest received a'valen
Imtfiiti'hiB liankih. 1-Manv of these
. 7 . .
yoWdfiiTOlpii'iiitcd and ,yei;y' clever
:;lcsign'. .Ni'edgs 'to say a few
;perppns werij iavoreu:.t wiin. 'vaien-
vWtJU Aftdr- the .a'
b'ul BUF&, hc ",rtl shoc.k
nil lmniinnl nnpiirrhiipp t
an unusual occurrance' tlie ap
plause wasjjoud and a repetition
,of the performance was demhnded.
Tlo committee in diarge of- the
eiitertainnicnt consisted, of 'Mrg.
Cora B. Copeland, Mrs. II. p. Pen-
iallow, and Mrs. R. B. Dodge.
, 'It is the intention of the
.Women's Aid Society' to hhvo a
social evening of .tins sort once
every two or three months. A
gdod time of this sort, is greatly
appreciated by all Wailuku1 peo
Ilowaver, it is' belicVed hero that
jf a conflict breaks out it will not
be between Russia and Austria,
but botween Russia and Turkey,
the latter being accused of favor
ing the Austrian plans under Ger
The Popolo pomano goes so far
as to chroniclo tho rumor that a
Russo-Turkieh war is likely to oc
cur in flie spring.
I urkey lias been making pre
parations, for she now has near tho
frontier 100,000 of her best troops,
officered to a great extent by Ger
mans. BANK 'OF WA1LUKU
D. II. Case. Director
' MAHIIJTIRS i
Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
..Surplus and Profits 20,821.20
Due to Hanks
inis 211(1 nay 01 January, 190a.
GARCIA, Notury 1M
c jud. Circuit '
n-k&'Uie I'ojt y a jtil tlt8uh no -ad-
Saiy)g4jcl:(iib wjirp "olrlfiicarly one
Bunty-ed of Woitkbio word
(ttrk!respecially designcd-for theni.
yTi Uiial jrpriso ,6f. the evening
atVeWnical .roiideri n'tr ,of ''Cl'ood
.jpaaisia. Overseers in
sses-Away-. .-'Foil Charge
u V -
a Chinese Dies at
On Friday the 14th, Kiakona, a
vn11-lrinvn Dliinooi rlinil n( liiu
wopie in renin 01 pneumonia tutor
sr'short illness. Ho was 01 years
of ngcsand has been in Hawaii net
for many years. The funeral took
place a.t Peahi on Saturday and
was conducted by Rev. Air. Santos.
Besides a widow he leaves six
Thomas Kiakona of tlie Ilono
JuhJdundry, Mrs. J. K. Akau of
Honolulu, Miss Rachel a student
of the Normal School, Miss Hebccc:!
a nurse, Charles an engineer at
Putinene and David who lives at
Mrs. Kiakona is a sister of Mrg
Awana of Makawao.
Tuesday evening, tho 18th, a
most successful "literary" was
given at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. Lindsay of Paia. Tho atten
dance was unusually large and the
program most interesting. It was
an evening in honor of St. Valen
tine and hence tlie interior decora
tions consisted of amyriad of red
hearts of all sizes hanging every
where with pleasing effect through-
1ft .. Tl. 1 . r f
'out the different rooms. Each
guest was the recipient of a valen
tine, some in comical strain and
others of a sentimental nature.
An entertainment of which
Father Valentine and tho tender
.feeling were "the principal themes
T- r 11
nov. mv. nirner reau a paper on
the orign oi St. Valentino's Day.
Mr. C. G. White rendered a mono
logue on "Cupid's Victim." Then
there were a scries of tableaux.
'Two hearts that beat as ono,'' and
others of like nature.
Among other events the elaborate
program was a vocal solo by Uov.
Mr, Ault and a cornet solo by Mr.
C. D. Lufkin;
Dr. William Osmors of tho
Queen's Hospital is visiting Dr.
Sawyer of Punnene.
Several Japanese have recently
leased of Judge Copp M0 acres of
pineapple land in tho Haiku sec
tion. Tliey will sub-leaso small
areas of land to any of their coun
trymen who may desiro to try
small farming. 1
The second tennis tournament
for tho Sawyer Cups is in progress.
Messrs Turner and Lindsay of Faia
won them the first time.
The Makawao Polo Club will
probably send a team to compete
with Oahu some time next sum
The meeting of the Makawao
Litorary Society was postponed
from the evening of tho 1-lth, to
that of the 18th on account of tho
sudden death of Mr. E. C. Throlfall
Mr. and Mrs. M. P. O'Brien and
son of Milwaukee are guests of Mr.
ind Mrs. W. A. Baldwin of Haiku.
Mrs. O'Brien is Mrs. Baldwin's
A sale of a ton or so of corn
keonly affects tho Kula corn mar
ket. Ten days ago tho market
price rose bo $1.10 and now $1.20
iiiut moro are asked.
All the farniors hold thoir corn
until tho prevailing price has
reached the propor amount.
Tho Wailuku Makawao teachers
will hold a mooting at Wailuku on
Tho weathor in Makaw
10 is again
gotluiK ury. w
The most important acts perform
ed by the County board of Super
viFrfrs at the meeting of last week
were the change made in the gov
eminent of the work on tho public
Tho resignation of County Sup
erintendent of lloads J. II. Wilson
was accepted by an allirmativc
vote of Ilaiii,' Church, Heiining
and MeycMtfCKaiuo voting no")
This woifla have left the executivo
work in tho hands of the coun
ty engineer. Supervisor Church
brought forjh a resolution resciding
the action 6f tho board taken on
January. Jth 11)00 giving the whole
management of the road depart
ment into the hands of that official.
After some discussion this resolu
tion was introduced by Supervisor
Haia and seconded by Meyer and
The amended sections arc as fol
lows: Be it resolved by the Board of
Supervisors of the County of Maui
that Resolution No. 2i22 passed
Jan. 4, 1006 be and the same is
hereby amended by stricking out
Sections 4 and u there of and sub
stituting in lieu thereof the follow
ing Section 4. 'Ho shall when
directed by tho Board prepare
plans, specifications advertisements
for tenders and all other data re
lative to any contract, to bo sub
mitted to the Board for its approval.
Subject only to the orders of the
Board of Supervisors ho shall have
direct charge of all coutract work
either in ponton or through an in
spector appointed by him with tho
approval of the local Supervisor if
in his judgement the nature of tho
work requires-tho services of an in
spector and shall have charge of
such other items of County work
that ho shall be specifically direct
ed to do by the Board of Supervis
ors. 116 shall when requested by the
Supervisors or Road overseers give
advice and instruction on matters
pertaining to public work and as
far as possible shall make a per
sonal inspection of public work in
the County when requested by any
Section 5. At each regular meet
ing of tho Board of Supervisors he
shall present a report of the work
done undor his charge with his
recommendations, estimates, etc,
of work coiutemplated for the com
Tho sections of tho resolution
striken out arc as follows:
Section 4. Subject only to tho
orders of the Board of Supervisors
he (the County Engineer) shall have
direct change of all work connected
and having to do with public roads
and highways, bridges and other
improvements of a public nature
carried on within the County and
in which the County of. Maui may
or shall-have an interest.
He shall at all times direct and
overseer the work of the Road over
seers of tho- sevciiil road districts
throughout tho County, requij-jng
written monthly reiorts from each
of said road overseers and at all
times keep himself accurately in
formed as to tho character extent
and progress of all public work un
der big supcrvUion.
It shall be his duty to instruct
and advise tho several road over
seers as tj tho boat methods and
manner of performing their several
Continued on I'uge 6.
FRANK. HOGGS DIES
Was in His Office Two Hours Befofe His Death
Link McCandless a Member of Demo
cratic Executive Committee.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 9G de'g. test I5.G7. Beets 9s. 9d.
HONOLULU, February 21. Frank Hoocs, manager of tho Hawa
iian Star, died of heart failure yesterday after a few hours' illness. Ho
was in his ollice until two hours before his death. jjk
Charlie Wilder is slated for Tax Assessor.
tink McCandless is a member of the Democratic Executivo Com
mittee. Lopez, the escaped convict, was pred at in Waialua but not hit.
Preparations are complete for tho big floral parade tomorrow. '
PINOLE, Calif., February 21.
killed in an explosion in a powder
WASHINGTON, February 21. Takahira was formally received
at the White House yesterday. The speeches showed a strong under
current desire to maintain peace.
PHILADELPHIA, February 21. One thousand persons marched
behind a red Hag to the City Hall yesterday. During a riot which fol
lowed twenty men were hurt.
VICTORIA, February 21. The Japanese who are detained here -are
being released on habeas corpus.
SAN FRANCISCO, February 21. - Tlie engineers on steam echoon-.
crs struck at midnight. '
ST. PETERSBURG, February 21.-Geneial Stoesscl, the hero, ofi
Port Arthur, has been sentenced to death, with a recommendation that
it be reduced to ten years imprisonment.
, CALLAO, February 21. Tho battleship licet has armed and,vill
remain ten days. Admiral Evans is ill and Admiral Thomas is in
WASHINGTON, February 21. Senator Asbury C. Latimer ,of
South Carolina, is dead. Howas. a Democrat and was born July $1,
1851, near Lowndesvilie, Abbeville' County, S. C. His term of service
will expire March 3, 1909.
CHICAGO, 'February 21. Harrimnn won out against Fish in tho
Illinois Central Railway case.
HONOLULU, February 20. L. A. Thurston, who has just return
ed from tho Coast, says that Roosevelt is a popular idol and may be
forced to take a third term. '"
Tho new Chinese Consul for Honolulu is cx"pccled with Wu -Ting
Fang on Satutday. The Chinese will receive him. 't
Robert Shingle has asked proposals from twenty-two different
companies for steamship service with tho Coast.
The Board of Supervisors will compell tho people to curb if pos
sible. WASHINGTON, February 20. The Bouse Committee on Mili
tary Affairs cut the appropriation to H;50,000,000, specifying that $10,
000,000 shall bo spent fortifying Hawaii and the Philippines.
Lorrin Andrews' petition for the impeachment of Judgo WilHoy, of
Shanghai was presented in Congress by Evans.
. OTTAWA, February 20. Tho Cabinet will consider tho recom
mendation of the Minister of Justice relative to tho Natal Act. Ho
would disallow it.
CALLAO, February 20. Tho American battleship fleet is exnect-
ed today. A half holiday has bee;i
VICTORIA, February 20. Tho Japanese immigrant steamer Tasu
Mam has been denied a landing today to test tho immigration act
HONOLULU, February 19. There is a possibility of abolishing
the Garbage Department.
Iho steamer Hilonian arrived at 2 p. 111. Wirelefs messages wero
received from bore' at 7 a. 111.
Henry Hapai, George Smithies and Eben Low havo declinedtho
TOKIO, February 19. Embassador O'Brien has received a reply
to the Amorican Mcmorandain regarding immigration. It is bolioycd
that Japan will refuse to allow any laborors to depart for American
NEW WESTMINSTER, February, 19 Two Japanese woro
arrestod and sentenced to ono year imprisonment and $500 fine for
violating the Natal Act.
SAN FRANCISCO. February 19.- Tho Sato Shinbun, a Japancso
Newspaper, has been attached for debt.
CINCINNATI'!, February 19. Tho Ohio river has risen to tho
SAN FRANCISCO, February 19. Tho U. S. S. Nebraskan and
eight crui3ers aro expected from San Diego.
HONOLULU, February lg.-Thewifo of tho prime hoad of local
thcosophists is suing for a divorce.
Jako Grosiinan, onco of Olaa, Hawaii, was murdered by tho cook
of tho Crockor Estate in-San Franoisco. Tho murdorer was captured.
The writ in tho Fttnakoshi case has been dismissed.
CHICAGO, February 19. P fierce blizzard is raging through
ciauy uuuwis navo
Four whites and 24 Chinese
declared. Tho festivities will bo