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-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1908
Shingle Orated For
Locals anb lpcrsonalo
Benefit of Japanese. PHOTOS
THE MAUI NEWS
The Oiu-fii Lodging houw of Wailuku
hus new Moms, new furniture, clean
lu ils, 5,1 rents per night,
t f. A. 1' Ifcgo, proprietor.
The date ol the Catholic bndics Aid
Society's fancy sale rind dance lias lieeii
changed to Saturday, letobcr 24, at the
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will meet nt the home
of Mrs. Vellesen 011 Tuesday afternoon
( 'el. 2olh, .-it i.t,u t). m.
A large numlier of people spent a
pleasant day Sunday at Iao Valley.
Win. T. Uoliinson, Republican candi
date for Senator, lias been under the
weather for the past few days. He is
now ahli! to he about. Mr. kbinson is
one of tht strongest candidates 011 the
A. linos, the Pioneer Store, has receiv
ed a large consignment of new goods for
the Christmas trade direct from the main
land, and the same will he mi display in
a lew days.
We do developing and printing "f the
highest order, and carry on a very suc
cessful mail or detainment. Send us
vour films. R. W. Perkins, photographer,
Hotel Street near Fort, Honolulu.
On Saturday evening, October 24,
there will lie a sale of fancy articles at
the Wailuku Armory, under the tyuspiccs
of the Catholic I.adies Aid Society.
Mrs K. II. li.iilev returned from Hono
lulu by the Clandine SatunVa, where
.she has been enjoying ft vacation for the
past three mouths.
Miss rittiily Maehado of Honolulu is
spending a vacation in Wailuku as the
guest of Mrs. Ii. II. Haily.
Rev. R. H. Dodge was a passenger to
Honolulu on Wednesday. He return
this morning and the trip was made in
the interests of the Hawaiian Hoard of
Uev. K. W. Thwing of Honolulu was
011 Maui last week, visiting all the
Chinese churches and schools. Mr. Dodge
accompanied him to Kula, where repairs
nro about to be mude on the Keokea
Jidwin Hart left for ttilo Tuesday even
ing ill response to a wireless received by
his father Ii. II. Hart, from K. W. lillcr.
ridwin will be employed as assistant to
Mr. I'.rown on the llilo break water. His
luties will be to weigh rock and taking
measurements He will be in the em
ploy ol the I'nited States Government
and not in the employ of the contractor.
lidwin Hart is one of Wailuku's best and
most deserving young men anil will have
an excellent opportunity to be promoted
and secure perntai.cnt employment in the
service of the I'nited Stales Government
if his services are satisfactory which we
have every reason to believe will be the
Dr. J. J. Carey will go to I.ahaina next
Monday and will practice dentistry there
for two weeks. All those desiring dental
work done should see him.
II. II. Pcuhallow returned from the
coast Tuesday and will assume the
management of the plantation h"Tc. Mrs.
I'etihallow and the children will return
The first game of the series to decide
the championship of the Kahului league
will be played this afternoon at 4 p. m.
between the Paia and Kahului teams at
Kahului Park. A large crowd is expected.
Succeeds Charles K. Farden.
Charles K. Fardeii of Lahaina has
withdrawn from tin1 race as candi
date fur Ueprcsentative anil his
place on the ticket lias been lilleil
by tin- delegates of Lahaina 1 y
chnosing Rivid Ivahaulclio.
Tlie Comity Central Committee
met Wednesday ami cnnlinnc'l the
nomination inailc 1 y the Lahaina
Ilistri.et delegates. )Miil Kalm ttlclio
is the l)eputy County Attorney ami
is well known in the political field
'Knitrhte fiive Snrial
Colonel Meyer, Provincial officer of the ; f
Salvation Army is on Maui and will con- j irv pnfirtn(f UfOlllSrS
biel services at tlie arinv hall on Satur- 1 r S
day and Simdav, October 24th and 2,sth. '
He is accompanied by Captain Lewis ''. monilu l's of Aloha I.odgi
who was statione.il on Man. a number of ; Kuji,.h(s ((f Pvt,',. M, ., S(K.j;,
J " 1 si ssion 111 1 In 1 r east le hall 1 tics: lay
Inspector of seho. Is, II M. Wells is on ( Vini i;i j,,,,,,,,. ,,f ).. A. Chris-
Maui again after a tour of inspeciiou 011 . . . ... , .
, . , . , , tianseli ;md J. (.banners who an
the island ol Molokai.
li :i iii,r M;! 111 pel inaiii ntly .
I. Spilzer is an Maui this week In the : , . , ,. . ,
l i dr.' Was tin' lll.-l". ii h 'at 11 I'm ot tin
interest 01 Kii ncnsuiie.
Frank Brown was registered at the
Ma.ii Hotel this week.
J. C. Axtel. the marble and toinbstoiie
d.-aV-r of Honolulu was in Waduku this
Mrs. J. II. Raymond and i,n Ilarvy
returned b t 'lt.palaku.i tins Av. ek after
spending a number of moKihs 111 San
l'raaeiseo. They were accompanied by
Mitu V.oii t M akec.
Mr. and .Vir. I', li. .Vurd.K-k avd 1 -hiid-ren
relarne I .ia;.i .11 Tue-.iay.
Tlie limiiy 1 Whitney, Captain Jor
gensen, sa.led tor lino Tuesday where
she wai load lies for the coast. She
brought down a load of lumber from the
SOUIIIl IO MIIIUUU. ,
i-vi'liill.,'. 1!. freshlii'-nts vi re servnl
anil an ii j '.vallr 1 vi ning was'luul.
1). A. Christiansi 11 1. I'l the fi.llow
ili; il;IV for llollolllhl while .1.
Chalmers left last
t f.d- Port. 1
fee h Rrdy.l:
( ioi ,i :i i-i ! 1 1 1 1 1-.' ; 1 i- ills fi
ai.sl "(hi rs who sim ii- 1 ho
Remember that thtre will be
at the Armory grven by the Catholic .1M'iim Mow
1 .111 lu-s .Mil siocietv on aaiuruav evening.
October 24. An admission of 25 cents
Viill be charged.
The Kahului Railroad Company is lay
in; tracks nnd building sheds or n new
luiber yard near the mVcKandise de
paituient where its entire sliick of -luin-bJ
and shingles will be carried in future.
Y'he Trench ship La Aunec is now out
oil.' hundred and sixty nine day from
Port Hartford for Kahului
r tot, n. Is
Ilalrakala will l foiiinl at the sum-
linit after ninithir week, tin- rest
dance h"ust' ',M' snilllliltt 1'1'Mgs
j. 'niisually high winds prevailed Wed
nesday ;md in consequence great clouds
of dust made travel huj thing but
D. A. Christiansen and family have
moved to Honolulu w here they will make
their future home. Mr. Christiansen is
a plantation man ' of recognized ability
and has been on the plantations here for
K. J. Walker of Honolulu was a return
ing passenger to Honolulu this week.
Lorrin Smith, a son of W'.jO. Smith
returned to Maui Tuesday Villi Hoifti
lulu. Jai.ies Kirkland was a returning pas
senger from Honolulu T uesday evening.
Jiill Aila was in Wailuku this week
looking ufter his political fences.
H. M. Gittle is oil Maui this week.
J. II. Wilson has completed Lis eon
tracts and relnrnei to Molokai.
Tickets are now on sale for the dance
ill the Armory on Saturday evening,
October 24, by members of the Catholic
Ladies Aid Society.
uly, a water supply
hi-iiif; assured through the htiililing
of a ci tni nt cistern ami a tin ilai'i'
with full hring in place. Those who
have I'lamhiTi'il up to the hriiik of
the House of the Sun ami waiti-il in
tin' fresh air there for tin- sunrise
will appreciate what the huiMing of
this house nii'iins.
V. ). Aikiii, of Makawao, who
is lining much to help the tourist
traile mi Maui, is responsihle for
this work. Com-erniiiK it lie writes:
"I am pleased to report that the
shelter on the suiuinit of llalenkala
is in ariy loinpleteil, in fact couM
he used now if necessary. l!y the
end of this month it wiH lie entirely
tillished. This ineludes house, stahle
ami eistern. It is my intention to
put in the hous' an air-tight heat
ing stove and do away with the (ire
place entirely. It is never iissihlr
to get sllllii ient wood to keep the
fireplace K"i"r!i st nl it is possihle to
get enough Wood to keep the stovi
"The roof and other parts of tin
accessories to the house and stahle
are huilt entirely of iron, so I feel
coiiliileut that it is going to he then
to stay. I hone mow to get around
soon to the matter of advertising for
tourists, for we will soon feel that
we are in shape for them."
Trihuni". The Home Rule eon
volition was held in the Moklllai
kamt church, and the proceedings
worn in eon!eipienee lamely limied
with religion a mixture of polities
and piety that seemed to accord
well vith the ftims" nnd niethnds of
At the outset prayer was oftered,
and then Deputy Sheriff Koomoa
asked the delegates to ''consider
the nature of ti e huilding in which
they were assembled and to eon
duet themselves accordingly "
L?st this might not prove sulli
eient to restrain the exuhcnint
spirits of the politicians, a further
appeal was made to them lv David
Kalauokahiui, who reminded them
that a newspaper representative
wn s present . lie added: " There
was an earthquake on Sunday that
shook the County of Hawaii, and I
have no douht it was the work of
Madame l'ele, and probably that
1? a good sign. l.ons'iler your
superviors and other county
otlieers and conduct yourselves as
Thus, having before their eyes
the fear of (lod, of the newspapers,
and of Madame Pele, and with the
gentlemanly reputation of the
supervisors in their keeping, the
assembled delegates got to work
with so much earnestness and har
mony that the whole business oc
cupied only two hours.
Candidates Kaniho and linker.
Attorney Charles Williams, ,11. d
Treasurer Lalakea made short,
business like speeches, from which
religion was religiously excluded;
but the pious note was si ruck by
Supervisor Todd, who in the course
of his "short story" said: God is
with us todav. and lie will help us.
I'ray and :ir.k for II i help. Vote
the Home Utile ticket."
Henry Kawehiwehi was not iptite
o positive about the Divine pre
sence and help, but he "ihought''
they were () K. He began by
saying: "I give Aloha, .vhi'h is
greater than everyl hl'ug else. I
thank (iod and you for nominat
ing me as a candidate for IJepre-
si ntative I think lie is with us
today. If fleeted, 1 will Vote for
ail " All. I he closed with the fol
lowing pointed remarks: "Here
is our treasurer; he has done noth
ing wrong He lia spent -toOO to
bring vou le'le. Vote lh" straight
Supeivi.-or Kalaiivaa, who had
MVen the 1. pen piayi-t. at n-ilMon
nt of li).- --ri-ecli jiud l.i'.U' -l miiui-
I v o new., . Here i- an extract
from !r,s a I. lies.-: ' - I t I'l Vim,
Wink;' ll.it yon said. 'Where i.
the iimiii'i '!' '1 said, 'Leave that to
me; I know how to get the money.'
My unite and I gut the fund Now
we receive 7(300 ami have money
on hand, lots of it :.0,0(.M. There
is mo trouble; I am jroing to llilo
on the Mnumi Ken to ask that the
3(3,000 be distributed, and 1 have
110 doubt we will get if 1000 each
or North and South Kona, respec
Again David Kiilauokulani in
troduced pious talk, in a speech of
some length, but only to the extent
of saying: '"(ind .has been with
us. No delegate's feeling has been
hurt." Uathcr a doubtful compli
ment; for it seemed to imply that
somebody wanted to hurt some
body else, but was held back.
With 11 linnl adjuration to "vote
the straight ticket," and the sing
ing of ''Hawaii I'onoi," the pro
ceedings were brought to a har
monious conclusion. What the
precise outcome may be of this in
congruous mixture of money, poli
tics and piety remains to be seen
IIILO, Hawaii, October 10. It
was a happy bnneh "f boys that
rolled into llilo on Tuesday afier-
111 urn with young ( ieorge Hockley at
the wheel of his own machine. Frank
lialdwin had been dropped before 1
they got here, but Willie Until and
Hob Shingle were all smiles. I
Tin y h id bei n all round the Is-
land of Hawaii, with a run into
I'niia as far as the roads went aml,
many side trips to visit friends. Four!
hundred miles, Iloth called it, and
no complaint about roads except in
H.iinakua and the other side of 1
Waimea. The best run in the Ter
ritory for tourists, tin y all proclaim- j
eil, a mi I sinli vanities of scenery, I 5
somi thing m w at 1 very turn of the
We do an all-muiid I'hotagr.i
best picture you ever had taken,
d 1 it- I'.H-iiii"
Develop and Print
some of your own. or semi vnii Island Views.
Our work is always lirst-elass. N'i
all mail orders, and readily give advice
with your pictures.
;ivi prompt attention to
you are having trouble
. AY. y E R K I 1NT 8
Stiulioon Hotel St root ne;ir Fori. Honolulu.
I'oad. The machine was stopped at
eieli town and habitation to be
watered, and it was in just as good
condition when it arrived here, alter
six days of hard work, a when it
left on the previous Wednesday.
Strange stories Wile telephoned
ahead of trie machine and its party,
from different parts of the island.
One was of a member of the party,
called linb, who used to take a lady
out for a moonlight night ride it
every stopping point, without telling
his partners. Another was thai he
tried to make people believe he was
(iovernor Fivar, who will be here
tomorrow, but that did not catch on.
The worst of all though was the
way this same linb treated the Japa
nese. Hob i-i said to be running for
an olliee down in Honolulu and
never to have made a political
speech. So he tried his powers of
oratory and tested his lungs on every
gang of Japanese lalmrcrs that he
nu t. The machine was always stop
pi d nnd l!oh jumped on the seat of
the auto, working olf something like
this, as nearly as it could be made
out over the phone.
"Ksteeniiil voters and fellow citi
zens. It is with regret that you
have nominated me for Governor by
Commission and I despise the honor
that prompted such sentiments. You
may call upon me, gentlemen, for
nnyt bin;; you want (lianzai, Sake)
in the halls of justice or of our an
cestors. A,.:ain I say, I ii do ymi
Hy tins time the-Japanese were
making for the cane lields and, to
ward the end of the trip, they lied
at the approach of the big white
auto, shouting "Ilaole he pupulc,
man big head, no hair. ?
Best quality for the money
That'j! what you can depend on when you deal with
us. Our departments are always well stocked with
the best and freshest of goods. We mean just what
we say. Call at our store and be convinced that you
can save time and money by dealing with us.
Tin: La.iia.in a Store
Dry (loods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
W H V
does the Doctor prescribe l'KIMO lift KII to restore the vital
ity of the patient, instead of Malt Tonic?
Ili'cause it is more easily assimulated by a weak digestive
system; often it is tbe only form of nourishment that the pa
tient can retain.
Some peop'e class liecr as a spirituous liipior. l'WIMO
HKKU contains only 2( of alc hoi.
It is the Malt Bai ley and Hop? that are a food and tonic
for sick and well.
PRIMO BEER FOIi HEALTH
I O OW N r.hh Oh WO I OR
have establish! d a reputation wherever one of our stores
for hi;vh clas-! quality cigars and tobacco. Our firm has
e known as t he
The aluaiti hi o! owners oi Motor Cars
within tee county of M ini is particularly j
called to 1 '.ii 11 nice N j. 7 of the County ;
of .Mum ea'.it.eil: "An Ordinance relating I
to tlie k gisir.itioii, leeiitilieatiim. I
and Operation of .Motor Cars, and the
Kxamittalion and Qualification of C'lian
fleiirs;" and more particularly to Section
Ii of said Ordinance, worded as follows:
"Section 12. t'pon approaching a
person standing or travelling upon h
public highway, or upon approaching
any horse or horses or other draft animal
or animals whatsoever, whether being
led, ridden, or driven, or when approach
ing a raad crossing, a sharp curve, a steep
descent, or when turning 11 street corner,
or when traversing any stiel: road cross
ing, sharp "curve, or steep descent, the
chauffeur operating H motor car shall give
reasonable and timely warning of the
ipproach of such car by the blowing of a
whisile, the ringing of a bell, or other
equally effective alarm, when within not
less than loo nor more than 200 feet from
such person, animal or point, the chau
ffeur using every rcasonanle precaution
within his power to insure; the safety of
persons, animals and property."
This Ordinance shall lie strictly en
forced W. Ii. SAt'I'liKY,
Sheriff, County of Maui.
HOUSG OF STAPLES
a.ei we haVi bun yi r.V car: lib t keep th: quality of all oltr goods up
lii i!i;:t high standard.
Some of the best knowii ci(,:',rs we carry are:
Robert Burns, Little Bobbies,
Van Dyck, General Arthur,
The Lahaina National Bank
A nuntlK-r tit' ycum with Di. U. It. Dincufir
Work has begun on the printing of the
County election ballots by the Maui Pub
lishiug Company and the same will be
ready for delivery by the first of the
SCOTCH COLLIES I OH SALL.
A number of full blooded Scotch Collie
puppies lire for s de, They are of an ex
ceptionally fine line ol collies.
Kuipiire of I). T. I-I.liMING.
Oct 3 10,
Automobiles lie paired
LIGHTTOO T Cr QUARLliS
ATTOKNIiVS AT LAW
oi l 'ICHS AT
lloNoi.ei.r, T. II., ami
W.uu'ku, Mali, T. II.
Chas. M. Cooke, Pres.
W. I,. Oeeoto, 2nd Vice-l'res.
C. 1. I.ufkin, Cashier
Win. Ilenning, Vice-l'res.
R. A. Wadsworth, I i rector
A. Aallierg, Auditon
Accounts of Individuals, Corporations and
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Porcin li.cli!ine Issued on All Pnrts of the World.
(iEMIIiAL INSliANCIi AGENCY.
Safety Deposit Hoxcs for Rent at Reasonable Rates.