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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1909
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THE MAUI NEWS
Maunaohi Seminary will open Monday
M Hunger C. (). Jacobs ot the Koolnu
Rubber Company is in town this week.
Canon Ault and fiimily have returned
from spending a very pleasant vacation
Mrs. J. J. Carey returned home on the
last trip of the Lurline-. She had been
to her old heme in Chicago.
Judge C C. Conradt of I'tikoo Molokai
was in town for a few days this week.
He returned home on the Claudine.
Captain Cjtiinu of the Corps of t". S.
Engineers went to Hilo this week to get
a launch for service in making the pro
per surveys of the Kahului harbor.
A Richley of the Light house service
returned to Honolulu Wednesday. He
has done much toward improving the
light houses on this island and on Ha
waii. Dr. J. J. Carey and Hugh M. Coke
spent last week in Honolulu where they
went to meet relatives on the Lurline.
They returned home by the Claudine
Mrs. H. M. Coke and four children
arrived on the Lurline from San Fran
cisco last week. They had been on a
visit to relatives ou the coast since last
Manuel Richards, chauffeur for the
Auto Livery Co. of Honolulu, is spend
ing his vacation on Maui. He made the
trip to Haleakala crater last week and is
The teams of the Mukawao Raselmll
League are working overtime. W. O.
Scott of Faia brought back with htm the
cup for the winning team which is a
credit to its honor.
W. O. Scott and wife are again at home
in Faia after a most pleasant visit to the
Seattle Exposition. Mr. Scott reports
that James Kirkland sends his aloha to
all of his old Maui friends.
Rev. Father Stephen is expected by
the steamer Claudine this morning. He
will preach the Portuguese sermon at the
feast of Our Lady of Loretto at the Ma
kawao Church tomorrow morning.
The usual services of the Wailuku
Union Church will be held on Sunday,
September 5th; the-Kindergarten Sunday
School in the morning and the preach
ing service at 7:30 in the evening.
Dr. Wm. Osmers has bought the prac
tise of Dr. Dinegar md has begun the
practise of medicine in Wailuku. The
doctor comes well recommended. The
News extends its best wishes to the new
Cane contracts for the cultivation of
areas at Olaa by Spaniards were filed with
the Registrar this week and served as a
reminder that the Spaniards brought
here by the Board of Immigration are
very desirable people. i
Robertson who was formerly the man
ager of the Hygeia Soda and Ice Works
left on the Claudine for Honolulu where
he expects to take a week's vacation and
will then go to Wainaku Hawaii where
he has employment on the plantation
On and after tomorrow the services in
the Church orUhe Good Shepherd will be
held as usual. First and third, matins at
lo a.m., Holy Communion 11 a. in.;
second, fourth and fifth, Holy Commun
ion 7 a. ni., matins and sermon 11 a. in.,
Sunday school 10 a. 111.
Captain Carl Wichard has been ap
pointed master of the tug Leslie Baldwin
of the Kahului Railroad Co. to succeed
Captain Randall. The new captain was
for a long time first officer ou the steamer
Claudine anil comes well recommended.
He began his new duties on Monday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford and child were
passengers to Honolulu this week on the
Claudine. Mrs. Crawford is a sister to
Mrs. J. J. Walsh of Kahului. Mr. Craw
ford is a machinist and was formerly em
ployed in the Fuunene mill. He has had
charge of one of the mills of Hawaii for
Mr. C. D. Lufkiu of Wailuku, Maui,
sells the Inuer Flayer Fiano, now so ex
tensively advertiseil in the magazines.
If you want a piano of anv style or price
it will be to your interest to consult him.
When in the' Fast last Spring Mr. Lulkm
.renewed business relations with piano
manufacturers w ith whom he hail done
business before coming to these islands.
It will be lo your interest to ring up Mr.
Lufkiu it you contemplate purchasing a
piano. The Iuuer Flayer can be seen in
Ya(luku by calling on Mr. Lufkiu.
Attorney General ltemenway has taken
action for damages against the Wailuku
Sugar Company for alleged encroach
ment on the public highway between
Wailuku and Waikapu. The plantation
has fenced in what is claimed for a public
road and planted it in cane. The test
will be watched with interest.
Last Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs.
Karl Roeudahl entertained, at their home
at Hana, Misses Dowthy Kllebrock and
Pearl Littlejohn of Honolulu, in whose
honor a dance was given. Many guests
were present and a very delightful even
ing was spent. Music was furnished by
a Hawaiian quintet club and during the
evening refreshment were served.
J. A. Oilman of Honolulu came up on
the Claudine Saturday and went ot once
to interviewing the residents of Central
Maui in the interests of the Badger Fire
Kxtinguislisr Company for whom he is
the local agent. He was accompanied
ou the trip by his son Arthur Oilman.
They made the canvas of Maui in their
automobile which thev broifght up from
the city for the purjiose.
Registered tit the Maul Hotel dur
ing the Week.
J. Troup, C. W. Hudson, R. liayless,
Miss M. D. Baker, F.rnest J. Reece, J. A.
Oilman, Fred T. P. Waterhouse, Dr. W.
Osmers, A. C. Dowsett, Professor J. M.
Young, Prof. J. W. Oilmore, J. C. Axtell
of Honolulu; C. O. Jacobs, Naluku; W.
L. Decoto, LahainajC. C. Conradt, Molo
kai; F.d Lyons, S. !".; O. Hofgaard, Ho
iiokaa. RegiHtered (it Ktiptiniwtii.
N. Beatrice Baker, Kdna Mac Lee,
Willie B. Hair, Dorathy B. Hair, Mar
garet A. Hair, lidward B. Hair and Doris
B. F. Ileasland, J. Ross Ferguson, Jeff
Putin, San Francisco; Chas. N. Marqucz,
Honolulu; Ouido Oiacometti, Alex. Rat
tray", Hilo: Richard (juinn, wife and
daughter, I. S. Corps of Kng., C. R.
Willard, Hilo, Harry Rosenberg, Hono
lulu, F B. Sumeck, A. A. Brunne, wife
and 3 children, J. X. Mackiu, Philadel
phia. The Board of License Commissioners
for the County of Maui, will hold a meet
ing at the public room in the Masonic
Temple, at Kahului, on Tuesday, the 2SU1
day of September, 1909, at 2 p. m. to
consider the application of K. Paahao for
a Second-Class License, Saloon, to sell
intoxicating liquors at Hana Maui, in a
building situated 011 the government road
in the village of Hana and makai of the
of the Chin Kee Hotel, under the prev
ious of a,-t 1 iq. Session Laws of 1907.
Sept. 4 1 1 IS 25.
IN THE CIRCUIT COI KT OF -THK
SECOXDCIRCVi r, TERRITORY OF
Notice of Drawing op Crash ami
Trial Ji rors.
Notice is hereby given that the draw
ing of Orand and Trial Jurors to serve
and act as such during the October, 1909
Term of the Circuit Court of the Second
Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, will
take place in the Court Room of the said
Court, at Wailuku, Island and County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, on Tuesday,
the 14th day of September A. D. l99, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day.
S. 11. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Second
Circuit, T. H.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, September 1,
Sept. 4. 11.
Wanted: Young Cockerels in ijuan
Congressmen will Consider
"We conic to Hawaii with n
friendly ;iinl sympathetic feeling for
your 1 ir. We :11c liciv for tlic
liiirposc of educating ourselves and
reaching intelligent conclusions lhat
will nssist us in National legislation
allVeting ymi. Tlieiv is not a meiii
licr of this party 1 1 1:1 1 litis not t;ikeii
mi iictive interest in yotir irollciiis
anil we feel that your interests are
(he interests of the who! lintry."
"It is not a junket; it is an edu
catioiial visit'designed to give the
Congressmen who aiv.tiuinhered in
the tarty an intelligent Hen of your
local com litions. Yuu occupy an
important geographical anil strategic
positiun in the (levelopmcnt of the
I'acilic, ami it is cs-eiitial that we
have a proper iimlcrstaiuling of the
prohlems that now confront the
people of Hawaii in connect ion with
the work of national legislation."
This was the statement ma'le this!
morning Ly Hon. Charles F. Scott,
who 1 11 1I1 Is the important place of
chairman of the Committee on
Agriculture of the House of IJepre
sentatives, in the course of an inter
view on the ideas of the Con
gressional delegation on Hawaii.
"1 am particularly intcreted in
the work of your local experiment
station," said Congressman Scott,
"and I hope to lie ahlc to give it
considerahle of my attention while
here. It is ordered that our appro
priations in the future he material
ly reduced and I am anxious to sec
that the ellicieiicy of the local
station is not crippled. I consider
that it has done a valuable work in
the past in connection with the ex
perimenting along the lines of
diversified agricultural products.
This 1 consider essential for the
future well 1 icing of the Territory."
Congressman Scott said that it
was an open question whether the
prosperity of the Territory could he
maintained at its present high
standard hy the suhstitutioii id'
.small farmers for the sugar indus
try, and he said it was a ditlicult
question to determine and one that
uld lie intelligently determined
only through the work conducted
Ly the agricultural experiment .sta
tions and market conditions.
"I was here for a dav four years'
ago with the Taft party," said Con
gressman Scott, "and I must admit
that 1 left Hawaii with a feeling of
depression. 1 say depression he
cause I felt then that the prosperity
of the country rested solely on the
sugar industry. Hut conditions
have changed since them. Your
pineapple industry has as-tuned le
spectaUc proportions and thetnhac
co and ruhlicr all have prospered
materially and it now looks as
though the country could U- de
veloped along the "traditional
American lines." "
"Ahsolutc dependence 1 1 j m 1 1 one
industry is not a healthy condition
for any country . W ith the develop
ment of the Philippines, I'orlo h'ico
and Cuha the sugar market of the
future is hound to he more or
of an uncertain quantity, and I
think that the In-1 thing for Hawaii!
is the fact that the encouragement
of diversified iiidu-tr rubber, to -
hacco and pineapple- - has now as -
stired a proportion that makes them
figure prominently in the Terri
c of Hawaii Professors
Hoetor John V. (iilinoie and
1'rofessor .lohn M. Yotmu of the
College of I law aii arrived on the
Claudine Wednesday from Hilo
and each delivered a lecture at the
Wailuku Town Hall on that even
ing and ngain Thiirsdav ovening.
On Thursday evening Professor
Young spoke on Sanitation and
Modern sanitary science allinus
that every case of typhoid is caused
hy infection, and we all know that
ni infectious disease is more dread
ed by the general public than
typhoid. Although not po danger
ous as some other diseases, yet he
cause of its insidious character, its
prolonged run of fever and prostra
tion, its epidemic tendency and its;
too frequently fatal ending, typhoid
lias come to occupy a prominent
place in p.ipular thought, of the
diseases that harass mankind.
The tight against typhoid must
he made largely hy men of two
professions physicians and en
gineers. l!y the close co-operation
of these two professions, typhoid
may he placed in the class of in
frequent diseases. J he doctor is
not accustomed to think of men in
masses, he naturally thinks of men
as individuals. I lie sanitary en
gineer with his genius for statistics
and mathematics, studies com
munities at large, and is apt to
lose sight of the details of particu
lar cases. Thus the two profes
sions of engineering and medicine
admirably supplement each other.
The engineer is hy training, the
best fitted to control the condi
tions, and measures which are in
strumeiital in warding off the dis
ease, to deal with questions of
water supply, sewage disposal, and
tho other sanitary arts; while the
physician is best fitted to attack
the disease ill the household.
Typhoid is essentially a modern
discovery. It was not known at
the timi! Victoria was born in 1S1W;
was generally unrecognized, even
by progressive physicians, when
she ascended the throne 1S:$7, and
it was not until alter lS.K) that it
become widely known in the
Cnited States even to doctors.
The typhoid bacillus was discov
ered by JCberth in 1 JSNO, and soon
afterward as isolated and studied
in pure culture by Koch, and other
The typhoid bacillus is a minute
vegetable cell, cylindrical in shape
with rounded ends, one to four
microtis long (.001 to .IX) I m. m.),
or say 1().()(KI to 2",00l) to the inch,
and perhaps a thi'd as thick as it
is long; with no characteristic in
terior structure, no indication of
"The future of these i.-lands rests
w holly on t heir agricultural resnur-
I ces, added ( oiigres-man Scott,
"and I think that problem U iuie of
the most import. mt that can lie
brought to the attention of the
members of this party. We don't
want our vi-n to he considered :is ;i
s- junket. We ali- hel'c I'of sel'ioll-
work; to ascertain the true interest
of Hawaii from the view x i 1 1 1 of
j the interest of the majority. W
(want to unit your hu-ine men and
1 hear t heir view : we want to vi-it
your important indu-trii- all with
the object ot a -cell. 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ig what Is
bc-l for the people f Hawaii."
sp ires, but covered on the outside
with numerous long, undulating
llagella which give the cell powers
of lively motion in liquid media.
The gems multiply by transverse
breaking or fission, each cell be
coming two, and each two four,
and so on. Under the microscope,
cells may he often seen in the act
of dividing, some appearing as two
cells attached. Occasionally chains
of divided cells may be seen, look
ing like links of microscopic snus
ages. but moving with a serpentine
motion. So minute that half a
million would scarcely cover the
head of a pin, they have enormous
vital power, and they increase so
rapidly in favorable artificial cul
ture media that in two or three
days a hundred may become a
billion, and form colonies, or
masses, visible to the naked eye. It
is more by the study of these muss
cultures and by the effect which
their giowth produces on the cul
ture media than by the study of
the individual cells, Unit the germs
are identified. Without entering
into the details of bacteriological
technique, suffice it to say that the
combined study, of morphology
study of farm physiology, and cul
tural characteristics, the tpyhoid
bacillus can be recognized in the
laboratory, isolated in pure culture,
and submitted to various tests ns
to virulence and longevity in
The typhoid bacillus enters the
body through the mouth and passes
through the stomach to the intest
ines. It is doubtful whether the
germ can enter the body in any
other way than through the mouth,
ilthoiigh some pathologists have
claimed that in rare cases it enters
through the lungs. . Having arrived
in the intestines, the bacilli find
conditions more favorable for de
velopment. They force their way
through the infeebled membranes,
uid sweep through them to the
other parts of the body, multiplying
most rapidly in the spleen, and the
lands of the intestines. They also
accumulate in the liver, the gall
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bladder, the kidneys and the blad
der; they have Ikcii found in the
lungs, the saliva, the marrow of the
Ikhh s, and what is of great i 111 tx r
tance, in the blood.
As typhoid is verylargely a disease
of the intestines, the bacilli ought
naturally to be found in the dis
charge from the bowels and bacterio
logical studies show that they are
so found, being especially abundant
in the earlier stages of the disease
and decreasing toward convalescence,
(ienerally speaking, it may he said
that it is chiefly in the urine and
bowel discharges that the typhoid
bacilli leave the lioily of t he patient,
but in some cases they may leave by
way of the nose and mouth or by
even the perspiration.
(To be continued.)
HOUSE AND SIGN
CAUKIAGE AND AUTO
Power of Attorney.
During my absence from the Territory,
A. K. Ting and Wong Tim will act for
me with full power of attorneys.
. AH SKK.
July to January.
Fresh Roasted Peanuts
always on hand
Orders taken for
Fruits, Nuts and Cigars.
Ice Cold Drinks