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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1908
Campaign Grafters Charges Birth Frauds
I Xocals mb personals j
after their Harvest. By The Wholesale.
THE MAUI NEWS
The Queen lodging house of Wniluku
has new rooms, new furniture, ctenn
beds, 50 cents per night,
t.f. , A. Do Rego, Proprietor.
Edwin Hart, of Wailuku, will be as
sistant to tTnitoK States Inspector Brown
nt tbe Hitreakwater, weighing the
rock and taking measurements. Hawaii
II. Streubcck returned Friday-night
from the volcano. He was . acfjdmpnnied
by Mr?, and Mi. SiroulxclK They have
had a most enjoyable outing.
A. L. C. Atkinson and Ralph P.
Quarles have announced the forming of a
copartnership for the purpose of doing a
general law business. Mr. Quarles was
formerly Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court of Idaho.
The commanding officer at Fort Shafter
has ordered the postponement' of the
annual inspection of the NafkWial Guard
until February. The Territorial encamp
ment of the First Regiment will take
place at the same time.
Deputy Attorney General A. I). Larn
ach has completed his work and has re
turned to Honolulu.' Mr. Larnach will
leave Honolulu next week to attend court
at Kauai. While here he made many
Rev. T. A. Waltrip, paster of the Ka
hului Union Church will deliver a series
of sermons during the remaining months
of the year on The Christian; The
Christian at Home, The Christian at
School, The Christian in Business, The
Christian in Society, The Christian
in Church. On the 29th of November,
Rev. Henry Y. Judd, the Sunday School
Superintendant of all the Islands, will
give an address The services have been
changed from 11 a. m. to 7:30 p. 111. in
order to accommodate a larger number.
All are cordially invited to these evening
Vote for. R. A. Wadsworth for Super
visor and urge every one of your friends
to do the same.
The Circuit Court adjourned Thursday
until November the fourth. ,
Attorney W. A. Kinney is expected
here next Tuesday evening to join Attor
ney M. F. Prosser. These two attorneys
will represent the Wailuku Sugar Com
pany in its defence in a number of suits
brought by local parties.
E. II. Rogers is very ill at his home ft
Waikapu. He has suffered several severe
hemorrhages of the lungs.
Next Tuesday will be election day and
it is the duty of every citizen to cast his
vote. See that you are among the
number to cast a vote this fall.
Before the evidence was submitted to
the jury it was discovered that one of the
jurors in the Kalua perjury case was
guest of Kalua's after he had been ac
cepted as a juror. Deputy Attorney
General, 'Larnach learned of the fact and
was permitted to re-examine the juror
and he was promptly excused"
A Japanese was awarded damages a
gainst the Maui Auto Company for in
juries sustained from an accident on the
Waikapu road some week ago in which
the defendant was thrown from his
horse and injured. His horse was per
manently injured at the same time.
P. Maurice McMahon is the official
court stcnorgrapher nt this term of the
Second Circuit Court.
A Japanese lost his life in one of the
Waihee tunnels Wednesday as a result of
bad air and another was found in a bad
state but will probably recover. Dr. F.
A. St. Sure performed an'auotopsy Thurs
day evening. It is reported that the
men set off double the amount of powder
allowed and went into the tunnej in one
half of the time limit. A coroners in
quest is being held.
C. E. Copeland has bought the Olds
mobile runabout of Dr. R. II. Dinegar.
Dr. R. H. Dinegar has ordered a new
QDon't forget Clemeut Crowell on elec
tion day. His election is certain if the
Republicans do not overlook his name on
On the ninth instant Hugh M. Ccke,
the Manager of the Maui Publislnng
Company will leave for the coast iith
his family for a ten weeks vacationMr.
Coke has been the editor of the News fur
just three years with this issue and has
not had a day off duty during that time.
He espesially desires to make the trip to
the coast at this time to visit his aged
Rev. W. B. Olsen, Secretary of the
Board of the Hawaiian Evangelical Asso
ciatiou, made a hurried trip to Lahaina
this week, arriving with Rev. and Mrs
Burnham, who are to be the new workers
uf the Board on the Lahaina side of Maui
Revs. Theodore A. Waltrip and R. B.
Dodge also went to Lahaina to welcome
the new workers.
Judge Ralph P. Quarles is attending
court in this circuit this week. He has
recently formed a partnership with A. L.
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will meet at the home
of Mrs. J. N. S. . Williams, Knhulni,
on Saturday afternoon November 7, 1908.
Joseph Welsh bus done an excellent
job in putting the lawn in 'Mint of the
new court' house in shape md is now hav
ing the same set to grass.
Captain W. E. Bal has partly recovered
from a severe attack of pneumonia and is
able to be atxiut again but not yet able to
attend to his duties with the water works
Road overseer Sommerfeld is doing an
excellent piece of work on Vnevard
Street. The macadamizing is completed
to High Street.
We are Maui agents for the Regal Shoe
Co. of Honolulu. We have a fine line of
samples of Mens Shoes and orders will
be taken for same. Come in and let us
show you "the Shoe that Proves." Prices
A. ENOS, The Pioneer Store.
The Board of Rcgistratian will sit on
the day of election at tlie Courthouse in
The names of the inspectors of election
are published this week under the "By
INSPECTORS OF ELECTION FOR
THE THIRD REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICT. TERRITORY OF
Honolulu, (VtoU-r -2o. Thceain- Honolulu, October 24: An or-
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naimi lira Her is m f1inr 111 line srani.eil conspiracy ny wnicn local
work with a vengeance. On very Chinese who wore born in China
hand is heard the plaint of the and have been in this country for
stricken candidate. As the days go -ome time have been attempting to
by the importunities f the grafter obtain certificates of Hawaiian
increase in frequency and virility, birth, is about to develop. On
ind the result is that 'already not 11 Monday a warrant will op sworn
few candidates who are suffering out for the arrest of one onp
their jxilitical novitiate are heartily Moon Tong, charging him with per
sorry that they were honored at the jury. There are eleven other cases
convention. It is impossible to ac- in which fraud is suspected, and it
curately number the campaign graft- is stated that Chinese have offered
ters but there must be two or three as high as $2"0 apiece to get wit
hundred oneratniir in this fair citv nesses who were willing to swear
at present. Up to the time of the falsely in regard to their birth and
conventions the majority of them residence here
were earning 11 frugal but honest
living on the wharves. As soon,
however, as the nominations were
made, they quit their jobs and vu
tered into the lucrative trade, of
The unhappy lot of the candidate
As the result of this is believed
that a bui has been formed which
has made 11 business of furnished
witnesses and that a most profit-
table business tuts been going on
with perjury ni its cheif asset. In
many of the cases the same wit-
Ve do an all-round I'hotagraphie I'usiness. We'll take 1 he
best picture you ever had taken,
Develop ei n d Print
some of your own, or send you Island Views.
Our work is always first-class. We give prompt attention to
all mail orders, and readily give advice if you an- having trouble
with your pictures.
Tt. W. PERKINS
Studio on Hotel Street near Fort. Honolulu.
f On Sunday evening. Nov. lit. ut seven
thirty o'clock, Rev. R. II. Dodge will
. give a review of tlie three years work on
Maui, since he came here, and will speak
oLthe work of the mission during this
1st Precinct: Polling place, Kahalepa-
laoa store house: Insjiectors, Charles Gay,
chairman, John Kinney and Kini Na-
2nd Precinct: Polling place, Honolua
landing: Inspectors: R. C. Searle, Jr.,
chairman, David Taylor and Moses Na-
3rd rrecinct: Polling place, Lahaina
court house: Inspectors: H. McCubbin,
chairman, D. K, Kahaulelio and Sam
4th Precinct: Polling place, Olowalu
school house: Inspectors: William Hoopii,
chairman, P. -I). Palena and David
5th Precinct: Polling place, Wailuku
court house Inspectors: George B.
Schraeder, chairman, W. R. Boote and
Henry Kailieha. .
6th Precinct: Polliifg place, Waihee
school house: Inspectors: A. Gross, chair
man, Jos. M. Witford and H. K. Kanaka-okai.
7th Precinct: Polling place, Puunene
school house: Inspectors: Dan Quill,
chairman, William Walsh and J. A-Hattie.
8th Precinct: Polling place, Kihei
school bouse: Inspectors: A. Gerner,
chairman, Kahi Kenolio and M. J. Moura.
9th Precinct: Polling place, Honuaula
court house:' Inspectors: Guy S. Good
ness, chairman, P. W. Simeona; Jr., and
George K. Kunakau.
10th Precinct: Polling place, Kealahou
school house: Inspectors: David Morton,
chairman, E. H. Kekapai and Geo. Copp.
1 1th Precinct; Polling place, Makawae
school house; Inspectors; Sam R. Dow
die, chairman, Alfred Fcrtadoand Henry
1 2th Precinct; Polling place, Hama
kuapoko school house; Inspectors; W. S.
Nocholl, chairman, P. N. Kahukuoluna
aRid B. Hookoana.
13th Precinct; Polling place, Huelo
school house; Inspectors; Joseph Einms
ley, chairman, Lei Taua and William
14th Precinct; Polling pluce, Keuuae
school house; Inspectors; Horace Keku
mu, chairman, Abel Ah You and D. W.
15th Precinct; Polling pluce, Nuhiku
school house; Inspectors; C. J. Austin,
chairman, Henry Reuter and D. K. Kn
16th Precinct; Polling ilace, liana
court house; Inspectors; George O.
Cooper, chairman, Jos. K. Keaonui and
f. M. Koko.
17th Precinct; Pulling place, Kipahulu
court house; Inspectors; S. K. Pupuhi,
chairman, E. K. Kamai and P. M. Ma
18th Precinct; Polling place, Kaupo
school house; Inspectors; J. P. Iuaina,
chairman, Antone V. Marciel, Jr., and
J. W. Naehu.
19th Precinct; Polling place, Halawa
school house; Inspectors; Rev. J. Kaalo-
uahi, chairman, Sol. K. Kaalihikaua and
R. W. Kamakahi.
2uth Precinct; Polling place, Pukoo
court house; Instwctors; J. II. Mahoe
chairman, M. K. Kalilikane and S. K
2ist Precinct; Polling place, Kauua
kakai school house; Inspectors; O. S
Mevcr, chairman, J. K. Nakeleawe and
N. b. Pahupu.
22nd Precinct; Polling place, Kalau
papa store; Inspectors Emil van Lil,
chairman, S. K, Maialohu and A. J. Kau
is truthfully reflected in the wail of nesses appeared, which led to sus-
one unfortunate who happens to lie pieion, which became certainty
running for the Senate. Said lie to when the case of Wong Moon Tong
a newspaperman the other day : came up.
Hhe grafters give nie no rest and In this case Tong swore that he
I am getting to be sorry that I ever I had no other name, that he had
consented to run for ofliee. As soon been born here, had made one trip
is I get tu work a man calls to see to China, which was in 1900, and
me and wants a trifling contribution had returned the next year. It
for his church. He is Followed in was learned that he came here
speedy succession by a couple of when 15 year old in 1896 and that
fellows who want to collect " hack he went back to China in January,
fare which they allege they spent in 1902, returning in November of the
getting a particular admirer of mine same year. He went under a dit
to go to the place of registration, ferent name, and his identity was
An hour later five new citizens in- only found by means of the identi
terrupt my already backward dutits lieation photographs. When going
with a request for $10 to defray the to China in 1902 he stated to the
expenses of a luau which they were immigration authorities that he
instrumental in arranging on my hud come here in lJS'.Ki and rwore
behalf the night previous, and to to it, but before Secretary Mott-
which I, by the way, was not even Smith he swore that he was born
invited. The next batch of intruders in the Alii block in 1SSI and had
want me to finance another luau lived there till 1900.
winch, they say will surely result 111 it nesses can be produced to
my election. swear that he was in China during
When I go to lunch 1 am nn- his younger days and that he never
portuncd to supply meal tickets to lived in the Ahi block at all His
a dozen workers of whom I had sworn statement made to the ini-
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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.
The Lahaina Store
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
never dreamed the existence pre
vious to the "touch" in question.
The afternoon is punctuated by
photographers, job printers, soap
box spielers, kahunas, the halt,
deaf, blind and others, who all
migration authorities that lie was
born in China can be produced
and a strong case seems to have
been made out against him.
The prosecution of Wong Moon
Tong on a perjury charge will be
does the Doctor prescribe PRIMO UEER to restore the vital
ity of the patient, instead of Malt Tonic? '
Because it is more easily assimulated bv a weak digestive
system; often it the only form of nourishment that the pa
tient can retain.
Some people class beer as a spirituous liquor. l'RIMO
BEER contains only 2J of alcohol.
It is the Malt Barley and Hops that are a food and tonic
for sick and well.
PRIMO BEER FOR HEALTH
claim to lie able to render nie the only the first development, for the
particular service which is bound to aim of Secretary Mott-Sniish is to
ensure my election, and who-nll 111- place in jail every one of the wit'
vanaiuy wanisomeimngon account, nesses who committed penury in
1 in 111 polities Ucause I had an their testimony before him. If
idea, which was evidently foolish, this can be done High Sheriff
that I owed it to the county to 11c- Henry will more than double his
eept the nomination. Today I stand Chinese colony in Oahu prison. It
confronted with two alternatives: U understood that Wonir Moon
If I yield' to the voice of 'the cam- Tong is hiding, though there is a
paign charmer, even if I score a sue- secret suspicion that he may have
cess at the polls. I shall place my- left for Magdalena Hay on the
self in a financial hole from which
I shall find it difficult to extract
myself. On the other hand, if I
pass the interecders for financial re
muneration, one and all up, I shall
worry so alout my probable defeat
that I shall eventually L'o crazv. Twenty Five Dollars reward and no
"T ,.. 1-11 V..11 mu. Ilmr ,1 questions asked. Cold Howard Watch,
that is that should I lie elected I
$25.00 rewiird and no question
shall introduce a bill making cam
paign grafting under whatever guise
a penal oilence.
with Pol) chain attached made ol Hawa
iian Coins, return to Maui Hotel.
During the absence Jrom the Territory
of Hugh M. Coke, the manager of the
Maui Publishing Company all amounts
due the said combany are paable to C,
D. Lufkin Treasurer of the Maui Publish.
Notice is hereby given that at the next ing Company, who is authorized to re
ceipt for all moneys paid at the First
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is located for high-class quality cigars ami tobaccp. Our firm has
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Some of the liest known cigars we carry are:
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regular session of the Board of Super
visors of the County of Maui at i;y P,
M., November mh, I908, there will
come up for consideration and action in
the matter of closing and abandoning the
ohl Kuau-Maliko road and the Kamole
Court House road, both in the Makawao
District, County of Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, and at the same hour ami date
will come up for consideration and action
on the matter of closing Hint abandoning
the old I'kumehame relocation and the
Napili-HonokoltHU relocation and Kaa
nanali relocation in the Lahaina District
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
At this meeting the uiatter of opening
new roads for eacli of the said roads to be
closed in each distict will come up for
consideration anil action.
All of those interested are invited to be
present at said meeting wheu they will be
tfiveu an opportunity to be heard, whe
ther for or against said matter.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, T. H., this
3rd day of October, A. D. 190S.
W. F. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
The Lahaina National Bank
Chas. M. Cooke, Pres.
W. L. Decoto, 2nd Vice-Pres.
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
Wm. Henning, Vice-I'res.
R. A. Wadsworth, Director
A. Aal!erg, Auditor)
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