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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, .908
What Ss Best for Maui
. Is Bftst for the News
KIJHIO WILL HEAD
; REPUBLICAN TICKET
HON. -JONAH K.
Nominated Republican Candidate for
Nominated .by Republican as
Honolulu, September 15. With
out opposition and with the cheers
of the delegates assembled at the
Republican Territorial convention,
at the Orpheum yesterday, . Jonah
K. Kalanianaole was for the fourth
time nominated to head the party
ticket as their candidate for Dele
gate to Congress. The nomination
was made by A. lA C. Atkinson and
seconded by Senator John C. Lane,
both, of whom extolled the good
work of the Delegate in Congress.
For chairman of - the Central
Executive committee, -A. L. C. At
kinson was elected. A. 1). Castro
went in as' committee secretary, J.
P. Cooke as treasurer and Judge
Archie Mahaulu, vice cluiirman.
Equally good men were named from
the various districts on the com
mittee, while the Central Commit
tee members, as named, ensure an
aggressive, clean campaign . '
The convention yesterday was
harmonious throughout.- The plat
form adopted was a clear and fail
exposition of the stand the party
tikes and there is nothing equivo
cating or ambiguous in the declar
ations of principles. Jn its imini
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THE FIRST NATIONAL
Chns. M. Cooke, President
I). II, Case, 2nd Vice-President
C. 1J Iufkiu, Cashier
CONDHNSBD STATEMENT TO COMPTIiOLl.HR
at the close of business, May 14th, 190S
Loans and Discounts $127,787.14
United States Ilonds 16,500.00
Premium on U. S. bonds 450,00
OtherBouds (quickly convert) 51,800.00
Cash and Due from Hanks...... 50,720.71
Hanking House, lfuruiture1etc 7,287.32
Due from U. S. Treasury 825.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII. I ss
countv 01' maui, ( v
I, C. D. I.uikin, Cashier of the above
above statement is true to tne uesi 01 my
Delegate to Congress by acclamation
Kalua Praises Work of H. C.
The County Supervisors met in
monthly session Wednesday with
all of the members present. The
minutes of, the previous meeting
were read and approved. The
minutes of the special meeting of
the board that was called for the
purpose of issuing a proclamation
for the election of Territorial,
Coun'v and District officers was
read and approved
A communication was received
from the Lea hi Home m winch it
was announced that Harry Miller
a,n inmate from Pealii, Mani, had
become insane and had been sent
to the asylum for the insane.
Colonel J. W. Jones wrote that
Colt's automatic machine gun had
been selected for the County of
Maui for use here.
Attorney J. L. Coke wrote the
board that he represented Peruvia
Goodness in his chum against the
County for services as hack Inspec
tor and would, request that a date
certain be set for the hearing of the
Ex-County Attorney D. H. Case
wrote the board that he had had
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BANK OF WAILUKU
V. T, Robinson, ist Vice-President
R. A. Wadsworth, Director
A. Aulberg, Auditor
Surplus anil Profits .
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
kiiuwki: . "' .
COKE, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit
Will Convene in the New
On Tuesday September 1.5th tl'el
Circuit Court presided over by
Judge A. N. Kepoikai was conven
ed for the purpose of, petting, fixed
dav's on which the Juries are to
meet for the purpose of hearing
such mailer.- as may come before
The Court set September 2t a
tin dav on which the Grand jury
is to meet and September 24th a-
the day on wHcb the trial jury
will report for duty.
Those drawn for 1 lie juries an-
(J RAN D J UKORS.
Antone L. Reoard. J. W. Whit-
ford, E. Hons, Dan T. Carey. E. R.
Lindsay, S. T. Kaiapa. E. II.
Cockett, Wm. Kaahanui, Clias.
Akana, Joseph Veicira, Pi. C
Searle Jr.. James F. ban torn, J. E.
Gannon, Antone Comaclio, Hans
Amundsen, W. L. Decoto, C. M.
Iioberts 1). H. Davis, H. Router,
Antone do Rego, Manuel Ambrose,
Joaquim Garcia, A. Fernandez Jr.,
, P. Downey, Antone Burba Jr ,
Joseph Cockett, Louis H. Suva,
W. Olsen, J. W. K. Hose, Sam K.
Kekuewa, S. K Lou, A. J. Fernan-
lez, Frank Medeiios, J. M . Foteirn,
Geo. II. Cumniings, Joseph Enimes-
ley, John M. Medeiios, J. W.
Wrcnn, Henry Nahaolelua, J. W.
Searle, Wm. Kauwenaole, M. S.
Jardim, Ed Wilcox, Manuel Cor
dozo. J. S. Medeiros, PatHck
Cockett, F. A. Maytield, John
Eberly, James A. Ilattie.
Father Powell S. 5. J. E.
Coming to Wailuku.
Father Powell of the Society of
St John the Evangelist ordinarily
known as the Cowlev fathers will
be in Wniluku next week and will
preach a course of Sermons on Sat
urday, Sunday and Monday the
20th. 27th. and 28th, in the Church
of the Good Shepherd.
The Society of St. John th
Evangelist was founded at Cowley
England, and was established in
the United States in 1872. Th
Mission Church 'of St. John the
Evamielist Boston. Mass is -the
centre of the Society's work in this1
.Country. Among external works
the Fathers give themselves es
pecially to the preaching of mis
sions, llioy are an, witnoiu ex
contion. excellent preachers. We
all oiiL'ht to recognize Father
Powell for it is said that his face
was the one taken for the Christ in
the celebrated picture of "Christ
among the Doctors." He pxpects
to bo in the Island about a month
Wailuku is fortunate in rt'c living
. , - 1 11 '. . 1
a visit ironi such an excellent aim
at Kuan Church.
On the first Sunday of October
will take place at the Kuan Catho
lic Church the celebration of the
festival of "Our Lady of the Ros
ary." This feast has been for
several years past celebrated with
pomp and committees havo been
UjJJJUllllW.1 III JlUjiinu lllto jv n
feast and judging from the efforts
being made by tho members of the
committee a grand celebration will
Delegates Who Will Choose
The primaries are a thing of. the
past at least for the next two years
and whatever rivalries existed are
now over and all good Republicans
wiil net together and work for the
nomination of good men and for
The County Convention will be
held in Wailuku on September 21'
The dolegato 10 the convention
are as follows:
Liihaina Win Henniiig. A. N.
Hayselden, C-. B. Cockett, C. Make-
kau, C. U. Lindsay. C. K. Fardeii,
P. Pali. Wm Kahuikihi. S. Kapu.
D 11. Kabaulelio, D. K. Kahnule-
ilnnnkobati :D. Taylor, Jr., J.
Waib' Wm. Kukona, D. Lobe,
H Kaanaana. D. Kaiwn
Wailuku W. E. Bal, C Wilcox.
C. Bailey E. II. Hart, It. A. Wads
worth. A. Botha. Jr., Kamaka Ka
ilianu, G. II. Uuininings, P. Good
ness, H. M. Coke, Wm. Mabu, M.
D ut 10.
Puunene II P. Baldwin, A.
Aheakalani, A. J. Fernandez, M.
P. Gomes, W.'B. Hardy, Thomas
Kekua, W. Kaahanui, 1. Makahio,
W. L. Maples, Dan. Quill, J. Vas-
it t .- .-1 11TM1' . . IT t
concellos, .1. i. . Williams, a. u.
Lindsay, W Searby,' W. A. Sparks,
Kihei F. S. MePherson, S. Ana-
Makawao-New Precinct L. von
Tempsky, W..O. Aiken, A. F. Ta-
Kula E. Morton, E. Forsythe,
G. Coiip, Luke Oban..
Ulupalakua G. S. Goodness,"
Kaupo A. V. Maciel Jr., F. Ilai.
Kipahulu Levi Joseph, S. Pu
puhi, S. Kami,' J. Kamai.
liana G 0. Cooper, W. P.
Ilain, S. Kaualoku, J. M. Koko.
Naliiku Solomon Kapepa.
Keanae H. Kekuinu, J K. Na-
Huelo J. Ilonokaupu.
Htmiiikuupoko A. J. Gomes, II.
A. Baldwin, W. G. Scott. J. Medei
ios S. E. Kala 11a, M. G. Anjo, J
Kauka, J. Kaliuo, J. Souza, 11, P.
Robinson, D. T. Fleming, D. C.
Lindsay, M.S. Deponte, J. Kaluna,
S. T. Kaiana. E. B. Carley. P. N.
Kahokuoluna, F. McConkey.
Hijlawa Z. Kuinanao, S. K. Ke
Pukou T. T. MeyL-r, J. K. Kau
pu, D. K, line.
Kaunakakai J. N. Uahinui, H
Arrangements are being made to
run special trains from all points
of the K. R. R. Co. to the Paia ter
minus and many people will take
advantage of tins means of trans
nortation if' the train service is
Tho following ollicers have been
chosen to take charge of the feast
M S. Deponte, Persiduit; Candido
Cupeling, Vice-President; M. G
Anjo, Secretary; Joe Dolim, Assk
taut Secretary, J. M. Medeiios
Treasurer. Committee 011 Arrange
ments: J. 'F. Abreu. Manuel
Nunes, and J. M. Feiteira. Decora
tion Committee: J ulio Castro, John
do Souza, J. F. Rodrhpios, Josepl
Souza, John M. Ambrose.
A l.-n-tfe bazaar will bo had and
alnaiiv many useful and fancy
art icier- ,lm'e beau donated.
U. C. nrle wa
part of lust week.
in town the Utter
Hearst Makes Serious Charges Against Foraker.--
Ruef s- Attorneys are Under Arrest
Gear is a Bankrupt.
ISPUCIAL TO TUB MAUI MBWS.l
S.u-ai 90 deg test oVJO Beets Js iid.
HONOLULU, September 18. No news concerning Breckons or
Kepoikai have been received.
Political matters are more complex.
Dowsett may be dark horse for mayor.
Harry Von Holt is considered good ljiaterial for treasurer
Joe Cohen may be nomiinited for representative. Everything is
in the air until the caucus tonight.
A V. Gear filed a petition in
13.),02( His assets are 1 17,-iOo.
. COLUM BUS, September IS.
if letters from Arch bold of the Standard Oil Company to Senator
Fornker which indicate bribery. Foraker declined to discuss the matter
with reporters afterward
SAN FRANCISCO, September
bonds for attempted biibery.
A second indictment has been
has been released under if 10,000 bonds. ,
WASHINGTON, September 18.
Seliidge fell with a damaged aeroplane yesterday. Sollidge died frofn
ST. I'ETEBSBURG, September
uid 1G5 deaths wore reporteil yesterday.
MANILA, September 18. There
ported yesterday. Tho Yankton and
BOSTON, September IS. Lamed defeated. Parke in the inter
national tennis match.
DOUBL1N, September IS. Tiitehie
HONOLULU, September 17.
of Commerce, Commissioner Loomis
Admiral Sperry warmly thanked the people through Chairman
Carte' in a letter accompanied by a
Overcrowded schools here present a diilicult problem.
Kotinsky fears the invasion of a new breed of ants from Central
America that now infest Oakland,
groceries particularly to watch importations.
ROCHESTER, September 17.
nominated for governor on the Democratic ticket yesterday.
Bryan made seventeen speeches
SYDNEY, September 17. The
in December. The winner takes MO.OOO the loser takes 1!20,000.
THE HAGUE, September 17. The powers will be invited to send
lolegates to a peace conference to be held in 1909.
ST. PETERSBURG, September 17 An official bulletin roportH
2-10 cases of cholera and 70 deaths.
HONOLULU, September 10.
in the treatment of leprosy by the
Honolulu is to be a big naval depot anil lead all others.
The Buhler Lumley theatrical company left on the Alameda;
SAN FRANCISCO, September hi Justice Thomas B. McFarland
of the Supreme Court of this state
LE.MANS, September 1(5 Wilbur Wright has established' a Euro
pean Aeroplane record of thirty minutes Might.
PARIS, September 10. 1(1,000
have invaded the Ouodai country
MANILA, September 10.
were thirty-one cases yesterday and
HONOLULU, September 10.
concerning the Breckons and Kepoikai cases.
Atkinson is hard at work to put
Ed, Thomas, an old kaniaaina,
Preparing for the New
Crop of Cane,
Hardly had tho great rollers of
the mill at Puunene on the planta
tion of the Hawaiian Commercial
and Sugar Company ceased turn
ing before preparations for repair
and a general overhauling and
added improvements were begun.
A new machine shop has been
established and better eijuijiped for
making repairs than the old one.
Hero'a largo force of men were
found this week under the super
vision of W. Searby tho Superin
tendent of tho mill. Experienced
foiemen and many skilled me
chanics were found turning down
A AND MANILA
bankruptcy. His liabilities are
W. R. Heal t yesterday read copies
18 Reut's two attorneys are under
returned against Murphy and he
Orvalle Wright and Lieutenant
18. More than JiOO cases of cholera
were 20 new cases of cholera rt-
Relief have arrived here.
has defeated Wright at tennis.
In an address before the Chamber
strongly adviid deversified agri
signed photo received yesterday.
California. He warm importers of
Lieutenant Governor Chanler was
Burns Yankton light takes place
The Board of Health shows success
use of eucalyptus.
troops from the Congo Free Stale
routing the people and killing 1000.
Cholera" is increasing here. There
Nothing further has been heard
tho party in line trim.
great rollers, repairing brokon or
worn parts or making new ones for
some improvement over tho old
Every year tho mill is given a
thorough overhauling and put in
first class condition for the con
stantly increasing output of sugar.
Tho output for tho season just
closed was over fifty thousand tons,
tho largest tonnage of any planta
tion in the islands. This record
will bo broken by this- plantation
and a higher record established.
The animal convention of the Hvungelical
Association is now beuj; held in Kahia
aha church on Molokai. The convention
will last about one week. There were
many delegates from Maui.