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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1 908
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Good .Men are Nominated for the Various County
Offices and for the Legislature-Harmony
Prevails in the Party.
, REPUBLICAN NOMINEES.
, S. E. Knliuiin
,W. T. Robinson
J. W. Kawaakoa
M. P. Waiwaiolo
"A. J. Gomes
E. 15. Carley
W. E. SafVcry
Chas. Wilcox (
L. M. Baldwin
W. P. Kane
"J. W. Kalua
Molokai T. T. Meyer
Lahaina- W. Ilennini!
Wailuku -R. A. Wadsworth
Makawao W. F. Poguc
liana W. P. ITnin
Molokai Dibble K.)Ilae
LahainaC. It. Lindsay
Wailuku Clement Crowell
liana Levi Joseph
At ten o'clock Thursday morn
ing the many delegates to t.he
County convention met in the
Armory for the purpose of nomi
nating candidates for ollice.
Republican Candidate f(
visor, Wailuku Dist
Ulie meeting, was called to order
hv Honorable II 1'. UalUwin as
D. C. Lindsay was unanimously
elected permanent chairman and
Charles Wilcox was chosen secre
tary. Each of the ollicers thanked
the convention fer the honor con
ferred upon them.
Mr, Baldwin moved that a com
mittee on credentials bo appointed
and that such committee consist of
live members composed of one
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Clias. M, Cooke, President
I). II. Case, 2nd Vice-President
C. I). I.ufkin, Cashier
CONDBNSBD STATEMENT TO COMPTUOLLBIl
at the close of business, May 14th, 190S
I,oans and Discounts - $127,787.14
United States llouds 16,500.00
Premium on U. S. bonds 450-00
Other Bonds (quickly convert) 51,800.00
Cash and Due from llanksy .. 50,720.71
Banking House, l;urniturete 7,287.32
Due from U. S. Treasury 825.00
TERRITORY OP HAWAII.
COUNTY Ol MAUI,
I, C. D. I.ufkin, Cashier of the above
lmvi sliitpniL'iit is true to the best of my
Subscribed and sworn to beore me
member from each District, The
II. M. Coke 'moved thatS. Kclii
noi be appointed ollieial interpre
ter and as the motion carried lie
was sent for and did the interpret
Republicm Candidate for Deputy
bheritl, Wailuku JJistnct.-
inir to the entile satisfaction of all
of the members present.
The chair appointed T. T. Mey
I T 1 1 k 1T 1
ers, v. n. iinusav. u. n. waus
worth, D. T. Fleming and W. P
IIaiaiisthefomniit.ee on creden
The credentials of the member:
were all louiui to no in oruer ex
cent those from the old fourteenth
ireeinct and the now eleventh pre
In the old preeinet the republi
. i i . . .i . i - p. . 1 1
can clui) nan oieeien ine iuii
numher eallecl for' while the new
Makawao pieeinet had elected
time delegates not caileU tor in
the ollieial call.
The committee recommended
that the two that l.ad received the
A. J. GOMES
Republican Candidato for Repre
sentative. W. T, Robinson, ist Vice-President
R. A. Wadsworth, Director
A. Aalberg, Auditor
Capital Stock 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits..., 22,501.67
Circulation tr. 16,000.00
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
knowledge and belief.
C. D. IAJPK IN, Cashier.
this 24th day of May, 1908.
M. LUKi)) notary euunc sec. juu. circuit
One of the most enjoyable social
functions given by the kniahts of
Pythias to the membersm Mie or
der and to theyainittvs of members
of the order tooVplace at the castle
ill of Aloha Lodge Saturday
Invitations had been sent out to
all of the Knights on the island
md to all of the absent brothers.
The evi niug was spent in pro
gressive pedro after which refresh-
n ents were served. The tables
were then cleared awav and danc-
nig was enjoyed until mionigiu.
,Miss Mary Hoffman was the
nianist for ihe evening. Mie was
ssisted by Mrs F. Sonnnerfeld.
Over fiftv persons wero present
uul all pronounced the social a de
highest vole in each preeinet should
be seated while the oilier member')
be not seated. After much'diseu;
sion on th subject the convention
finally adopted the . econimendaiion
of the t oininittee.
A committee on rules was ap
pointed which consisted of Cieorge
Cooper, Uahinui, Philip Pali, Joe
Freitas.and II., A. Baldwin.
The committee tn platform con
sisted of II. P. Baldwin, W Helm
ing, II. M. Coke, J. D. McVeigh,
W. P. II ATA
Republican Candidate for Supei
' visor, liana District.
Charles K. Farden and Loyi Joseph
and Edgar Morton.
The propoced phuform had been
written un bv II P. Baldwin and
H. M. Coke after listeningto many
from a number of re-
The platfo in adnpieil is as fol
The Republican Patty of th-
County of M.iui in convention as
sembled, hereby rcaihrms its al
legiance to the principles and tra
ditions of the Republican Party of
We commend tlto work of our
Legisla'tors in the past, and pledge
our candidates for legislative
honors to work for a just division
of the available funds of the Terri
tory for public improvements.
Wo point with pride to the able
and eflicient administration of our
County and District affairs by the
Republican odicers. Wo believe
the affairs of this County have
beon more ably administered, than
have the affairs of any County of
the Territory, whsre ofl'tccrs of
other political parties have been in
We heartily endorse the plat
form adopted by the Territorial
Convention in Honolulu, Island of
Oaliu, on the 14th day of Scptem
(Contiuued ou Page 6.)
Association of Maui Meets
The Association of Maui, Molo
kai and Lanai met at the Kaluaaha
Chuich, Molokai on the seventeenth
of September, -Rev. Issac D. laea is
pastor of this church and at Kauna
kakai. Abundant preparation had
been made to entertain the kirge
number of pastors and delegates
that attended. It 'was estimated
that seven hundred people wero pre
sent at the Sunday services, which
were the center of interest of all the
meetings of the work. The Sunday
School convention occupied the
morning and was unusual because
of t-he large representations from
Ilalawa, Wailau, Pelekunu and
Kaunakakai. The majority of these
who came from these distances
walked. Their songs and reeita
tions showed that they had been
preparing for the event tor many
weeks previous. Rev. Henry P
Judd, the newly elected superinten
dent of the Territorial Sunday
School delivered a strong address
upon Sunday School work. The
collection given tor the repairs
of the Kaluaaha church amounted
to over $125.00. The excellent con
cert of Saturday evening brjught
S153.00 for the same purpose, and
on Sunday Rev. 1. IV laea an
nouueed the gift of 50.00 from
Judge E. P. Aikue. There has also
been given by the S. N. Castle Es
tate the sum of S100.00. The total
gifts to date for the Church are over
8100.00, to that very soon the Ion
neglected Kaluaaha Church will be
Another gift to the Church In
side? the money was a beautifully
bound Bible and a hymn ooolc tor
the pulpit given by Judge h. 1
Aikue and faniily.
The Association meetings lasted
until Tuesday night September
22nd, and were characterized by
being harmonious and of an excel
It lit spirit. The early morning
nraver tncetums and the addresses
by visiting pastors contributed
much to the occasion. Rev. Moses
Kakuina, and Rev. E. S. Timoteo
hadgrcat iniluence over all the de
leuates. while Rev. E. B. Turner of
the Foreign Church of Makawao
and Rev. Henry P. Judd delivered
stirring addresses upon Spiritual
The annual printed hnancial re
nort of IU v. R. B. Dodger Agent of
the Hawaiian Board and Treasurer
of the Association of churches and
of the Maui Aid Association showed
over SRJ.aOO.00 raised during the
past year for salaries and for the re
pairs and building of chinches.
large per ceilt of this sum was col
lected by the Hawaiian people for
their own work. The Japanese of
Wailuku also raised over 1150.00
for their Christian Church. Nearly
2,000.00 was paid Out in salaries
It is needless to say that the friend
of all benevelent work on Maui,
Hon. II. P. Baldwin, has generously
assisted many of the needly churches
during the year, and the names of
many Honolulu friends appear in
the report. But the large preportion
of the money has been raised among
the people themselves, who have
generously given of what they had
to the benefit of the church. -
An impressive part of the exer
ciser of t'li- last day was the decora
tion of Father Ilitchock's grave by
the ikletaLs and Sunday School
children. .Short speeches wero made
eoipiueniorating the pioneer work
that lie did on Molokai.
Hearst Continues to Make
Cholera is Spreading in Manila and-Sailors
not Allowed Shore Leave.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar !)G (leg. test o97 Beets 9s 'Jd.
HONOLULU, September 25. Papers have been tiled in the ac
tion against the llaleakala Ranch Co.
iuv prohibiting corporations contributing funds for olectipn purposes.
This will bo made a test case.
No booze nor buncomb will be
Tiie steamship Lurlino arrived this morning.
Sister Marianne of the settlement is seriously ill.
Murder and arson were attempted at the residence of Louis'Miran-
da last night. Two men are in the
NEW YORK, September 24.
being the agent of Archbold of the Standard Oil Company aiid pro
duces letters written to McLaren by
CHICAGO, September 25. Bryan states that Haskell will be here
Sunday to reply to the Hearst charges.
GUTHRIE, September 25. Haskell assails Hearst but says noth
ing of the charge? against himself.
WASHINGTON, September 25.
bribe bv the Manufactures Association
WASHINGTON, S.ptetnbot 25.
given shore lilieity while in Manila
ed too dangerous..
PEKING, September 25. We
Men Yew who is now on his way to
HONOLULU, September 21
as follows: Fern. Mavor, Jarrett, Sheriff, Clias. Rose, Deputy Sheriff,
Ge3. Lowe, Cleric, R. II. Trent, Treasurer, Eddings, County Attorney,
Anderson. Auditor, Harvey, Moore and Watson, Sejiatorp, Girdle, Bob
Pahau, Kahaniunokn, Hall, Keaka, Rathburn, Like, Kamahu, Kea.we
poole. Hanapi, Apua and Kuakahi, Representatives.
HONOLULU, Sep ember 24.
land and $150 for fencei, and the Waiakea Mill Co. gets -150 .011 the
Captain Matson is on the steamer
purpo-e of anialganiating the
the C'oast ami around :he Horn service. He will arrive next Wednes
WASHINGTON, September 24. Roosevelt has answered Bryan's
lettei and accuses Haskell with favoring the Standard Oil Co. in Ohio
and Oklahoma and with the defrauding of their lands, and with de- -
ba-ing the Slate University of Oklahoma.
NEW YOliK September 24.-7-The lemoval of Haskell as Treasurer
if the Demoeraiic Committee i- contemplated.
GU ITIKIIO, Sej tember 21. Haskell refuses to talk.
HALT!. MO RE, Seplemler 24. In a speech last night Kern at
tacked Sheldon, Treasurer of the Republican Committee, charging him
with being connected witli the trusts. He also assailed Bonaparte with ,
having interests in the steel trust.
EUREKA, September 24. Forest fires destroyed two towns in
SAN FRANCISCO, September 24. Frank Murasky lias been
nominated for the Supreme Bench by Hie Democrats.
HONOLULU, September 24. The transport Crook is overdue.
1 1 i- rumored that Notley jaused Kuhio to attack Hustace in the
FORT WRANGLE, September 2t. The master of the ship Star
of Bengal accuses the captains of the tugs Kyak and Hattie Gage of
cowardice. . t
RENO, September 2o. Maxime Elliot is being sued for a divorce.
MARYSVILLE, September 23. Pugilist Maynard is dead.
NEWPORT. September 23. The cruiser Yankee is ashore on
SAN FRANCISCO, September 23. Judge Melwin has been ap
pointed to the Suprome Bench.
ST. PETERSBURG, Septembor 23.There wero 185 deatlis from
cholera today and 430 cases.
HONOLULU, September 23. The Democrats in caucus name
Fern for Mayor.
The Governors report is finished and has been sent to Washington.
The few families in the immediate
vicinity of the Kaluaaha Church and
those at Pukoo did their utmost for
the comfort and pleasure of the de
legates by the loan of teams, dray
wagons and horses and by personal
ly entertaining the visitors. The
Hawaiians from every part of Molo-
kai also generously
money and provisions.
Ltd. for violation of the Federal
used by the republicans in this
hospital as a result.
Hearst accuses Senator McLaren of
Gompers says he was offered a
to withdraw from the Labor
Sailors of the tleet will not be
as the cholera epidemic is consider-.
Ting Fang will be succeeded by
The Democratic nominations are
Andrews got a verdict of $100 for
Hilonian, it is believed, for the
Inter-Island S. N. Co. with his line for,
On September 17th a committee,
consisting of Revs. M. G. Santos,
George M. Kauaulalena, J. K. Ka
hoopii and R. B. Dodge installed
Rev. J. Paeli Kalohelani as pastor
of Pelekunu. This connnitteo to
gether with a largo party of Pele
kunu people then climbed tho pali
4000 feet high to tho Pukoo side of
tho Island in order to attend tho
meetings of the Association,