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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1909
What is Best for Maui
is Best for the News
Visitors Entertained Under
Lahaina li:is again become famous
ami it will be a long lime More the
members of the Congressional party
and the residents of Lahaina will
cease praising the efforts of the com
mittees in charge of entertaining
our national visitors and all those
who assisted, for they certainly
showed what united effort can do in
the way of entertaining and pleas
ing. At Olowalu a large gathering of
children with American flags in
their hands and the men and women
of that section cheorcritho Congress
men as they passed by in automo
biles on their way to Lahaina from
When in sight of Lahuina they
crossed under strings of flags and
bunting stretched across the street
and stopped at, the Pioneer Hotel,
where the dust of the road was
After spending about an hour
meeting the people of Lahaina the
Congressmen were led to tallies set
under the great banyan tree in the
court yard and on which was spread
a bountiful dinner. Hawaiian music
was furnished by a quintet club sta
tioned on a stage built high .on the
limbs of the tree. This banyan tree
was planted in 1871 by Hon. V. 0.
Smith, who was a member of the
party accompanying the Congress
men on their tour.
The tree was a pretty sight, decor
ated with myriads of electric lights
and many were the pleasant remarks
made by the Congressmen and their
The people of Lahaina district
were then1 to a person, and each and
everyone felt that it was up to him
or her to make the occasion a pleas
ant one, and that they succeeded
goes without saying.
Rev. Kroll acted as spokesman
and called upon .Mr. llnrnham as
the first speaker.
Mr. Rartholdt spoke of the Amer
icanism of the people and urged
them to continued progress in the
way they were going. He then called
upon Representative Miller of Kan
sas who made a very able" speech on
the developing Americanism of Ha
waii. Reforo calling upon the next
speaker Mr. Uartholdt spoke a few
words of praise for the work and
good qualities of Delegate Kuhio,
who did not make the tour of Maui.
He assured the people that the
I'rinco was well thought of and es
teemed by all the Congressmen and
asked them to send him back to
Washington at the next election.
His words of praise for the Delegate
were loudly applauded and he ended
his remarks saying: "The applause
tells me that the Prince is also well
liked by the people of Lahaina and
it pleases me very much to hear it."
Congressman Houston of Tennes
see was at his best and stirred his
hearers to great enthusiasm with his
delightful presentation qf honored
womanhood and ideas for the up
building of a more solid American
ism. Ho praised the men who have
done the great work of industry. He
thought noY, as each period present
ed its problem, particular attention
should be given the man striving to
bund up an independent home.
Mr. Dawson made an address in
Which he declared Ins belief that
Hawaii is the greatest climatic and
scepic wonder of the world." He
told the people that they must work
for themselves, although Congress
would do-all that was right ami pi'
iter for the upbuilding of the Terri
tory. His repiarks were interpreted
into Hawaiian by Hey, Stephen
For October Terra of Court
The following jury was drawn in
Judge Kingsbury court this week
for the October term of court which
will be held in Wailuku.
Ci HAND JURY. Geo. K. Rich
ardson, Pain Alo, R F. Corbaley,
L. Bennett Kcaki-, Charles Mitkekau
W. S. Nicojl, E. F. Deinert, Charles
Knackstadt, Jerry Ruins, A. M.
Nowell, Frank Silva, Joseph Rorba,
L. von Tetnpsky, M. A. Ferrcira,
A. Aalberg, Joseph Ambrose, John
Chalmers, Antone Freitas Jr., Thos.
Clark, V. A. Vetlesen, W. Searby,
D. T. Fleming, and Moses Waiwai
ole. TRIAI,.TURY. A.T. Cooke, E.
K. Cockett, tins K. Rechert, Geo
S. Markhain Jr., E. A. Watson, F.
A.Alexander, A. G. Dickens, A.
Jackson, Win. Nawai. Geo. K. Aue
kolani, Alex. R. Hose, James G.
Munro, W. S. Mountcastlc, Charles
Mookini. Geo. N. Steele, F. G.Cor
rea, Chas. Thompson, Ned Krueger
Jr., Arthur R. Collin, J. R. Thom
son, J. II. Rrunnell, J. S. Pires, W.
L. Hardy, M. R. I'ereira, Carl Som
merfeld, August Reimann.
The Grand Jury is to convene on
Wednesday, October 20th, at 10 A.
M. and the trial jury is to convene
on the 25th at the same hour.
Representative 1'hilip Pali made
in address that was interpreted by
Senator Ilayselden. A young Ha
waiian girl recited the poetic, story
of Kapiolani defying the Goddess
The party was then asked by the
spokesman to go to the Parish House
where a dance followed until they
arrived on the Manna Kea, which
arrived at about 10 o'clock.
Retween damn's there was a flower
drill by twelve little Hawaiian girls
ind the members of the party were
much pleased with ihe singing and
the drilling of the children. Miss
Mary Goliier sang some Hawaiian
songs which were well received.
After word had been received that
the boats waited to take the party
on board the Mauna Kea Hon. Ellis
of Oregon made the farewell address
for the party. He thanked the La
haina people for the good time given
them. He said he had travelled
through nearly all the states, had
pioneered twice, but had never met
children who showed more respect
to their elders than the children of
Hawaii. Such children make the
When all the Congressmen and
their wives were on lioard elalmrato
fireworks blazed out a glorious fare
well for Maui and the sight from the
steamer was such as will remain
with our visitors to 'their last day.
Messrs. Weinzheimer, Ilayselden,
Decoto, Kruse, Schocnberg, Gan
non, Aalberg, Waal, Frceland and
others are deserving of the highest
praise for their untiring efforts as
are also the ladies who helped mako
tlu- affair the grand success that it
As chairman of the general recep
tion and entertainment committee
for Lahaina Mr. Weinzheimer left
nothing undone to please ami satisfy
everyone. Refore the party left Wai
luku he and Mr. Gibb were already
hustling to have it started promptly
on time, at the same time keeping
his assistants on the other side post
ed as to vhat was going on,
Lahaina mime an impression on
the Congressmen and should Ikjcou
gratulated for "capping the climax,"
as ono of the distinguished visitors
Will Surpass Anything on
The new hospital of the Maui
Agricultural Company situated
makai of the Paia Union Church
and nearly at the crossroads runn
ing to Paia, and Jlaniakuapolto
villages is making a conspicuous
showing, being already boarded in
and shingled as to it wide-spreading,
roofs. Its length is MS) ft. and
width. 40 ft.; these dimensions be
ing exclusive of an 8 foot verandah
which surrounds the entire build
up. Then there are six large wings,
three on a side, which render the
story and a half structure still
more commodious. When com
pleted it will be the second institu
tion of its kind, in the Territory
both as to size and equipment. Its
interior is to be finished in white
enamel and its operating room
which is to have a glass table and
other modem accessories is to be
united with white ti'es.
The wide-stretch of verandah is
to bo walled in and rendered mos'
quito-proof with brass wire netting.
From the centre of the roof a
clocktower is to be erected, the. lop
of which reaching about 50 ft. from
The laborers on the two planta
tions have subscribed $000 with
.which to purchase a large striking
Wires for electric lights have
already been installed.
W. Foster is acting as architect
while Dr. W. F. McConkey who
originally plaiyied the hospital is
giving person a I attention to the
construction of it.
It is worthy of note that' the
main road leading from Pain to
Makawao is recently assuming
more and more importance as a
thoroughfare with the construction
of the vwo-storv concrete govern
ment school, the hospital, the com
paratively new Paia store, the new
depot, not to mantion three
churches. Maunaolu Seminary, the
Japanese school, the Mill, and a
number of tine residences. Then
the Fred Baldwin Homo will be
erected on the same road.manka of
the polo grounds, f '
An interesting trip, b'y automo
bile or carriage for strangers 'is up
this road to Makawao, around Ko
komo add return through the pine
apples plantations of Haiku.
Kula which had v.ery little of
the heavy July rains is suffering
Three Congressmen and their
wives were guided up Haleakala
by W. O. Aiken Sunday night, the
The- Haiku Fruit and Packing
Co. has nearly finished its canning
of pineapples for the season.
Its pack is about 80,000 cases,
50 per cont. more than last year.
Further improvements will be
made to' the factory this winter.
Misse3 Irene Ralcom and Gladys
Vanderhoof are new teachers at
Maunaolu Seminary. Miss Bal
com who has charge of the music
is from southern California.
Paia school also has two new
teactiers, Miss Florence Crozier
and Miss Yogel, both recent
graduates of the Honolulu Normal
Miss Raker is the new teacher in
charge of the private school at
Weather: Showery in Makawao.
Receive a Warm Welcome
Eleven of the Congressional
party to visit Maui landed at liana
where most elaborate preparations
had been made by the hospitable
citizens of east Maui. That there
was not more of the party to land
and partake of the hospitality of the
place was a sore disappointment to
The breakfast prepared was the
best that could be had and meant
much expense and a great deal of
labor for the ladies of the place.
Those of the party who did make
the trip overland were delighted
with the trip and say that the
scenery along the entire loute wa3
by far the grandest ever seen by
They were under the guidance
of W. F. Pogue who landed them
at the winery of the Kaupakalua
Wino and Liquor Co. at five o'clock
where to their amazement they
found Congressman Reeder of
Kansas. Mr. Reeder conies from
a dry state and is a prohibitionist
himself and in consequence of
which he was asked many ques
tions as to what he was doing in a
The members of the party were
entertained at the homes of many
of the leading citizens of Wailuku.
J'liunene, Paia anil otner places on
On Sunday afternoon a number
of the guests were accompanied in
automobilts to the vineyard ootin
try and thence through the pine
On Monday morning a number
of the congressional party were
shown around Kahului harbor and
the plans for the proposed improve
ment of the harbor were thorough
ly gone into.
From' the expressions of the
members of the Rivers and Harbors
committee heard after the meeting
it is safe to say that the appropri
ation that will be asked for will
receive their support and the har
bor will be improved along lines
that will be of great benefit to the
large intereMs on Maui and at the
iune time entirely satisfactory to
Autos were provided for taking
the party to lao Valley where the
Needle and other places ,of interest
At Kapaniwai an excellent
luncheon had been prepared under
the direction of the committee who
were ably assisted by the ladies of
Wailuku and Kahului. There was
ample food for every one and overy
ono was made welcome.
At the court house addresses were
made by Judge Kingsbury, Judge
Kepoikai, W. J. Coolho, Hon. J. C.
Lane of Honolulu, and Hon. II. P.
Raldwin. These addresses wero
followed by addresses by Congress
men, Rartholdt, Prince and Pad
gett. All of the addresses were listened
to with much interest but tho
pathetic appeal of Coelho for more
shackels caused the broadest smile.
At about four o'clock the party
was whisked away to Lahaina
where they were ghen the most
By some mistake on September
l.'Hh, when school opened, there
wero no desks in tho new Paia
school so the old very old ied
wood desks from the old school
building had to be used.
RIGHTS OF LABOR
Scores the Administration of our Criminal Laws
Harriman's Estate is Valued at One
Hundred Million Dollars.
(81'ECIAL TO THE MAUI NEW8.1
Sugar !)(' deg. test 4.21 Reels lis. Od.
HONOLULU, September 17. Hawaiian Agricultural Co. will pay
2r hereafter instead of 1. Onomea will pay 4$, instead of 2J.
There were few sales. Ewa sold at a fraction over 30 and the same for
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
It is probable that the cruiser Colorado will not take part in the
coining speed test.
Prince Cupid's reception last night was a tremendous affair. ' t
Guard got the verdict in tho Rhinehart case. The jury was out
CHICAGO, September 17. Presidont Taft in the course of an ad
dress delivered here last night defended the right of labor to organize
in ,i lawful manner and in a scathing manner arraigned the adminis
tration of criminal laws in America which he said were a disgrace to
NEW YORK, September 17. One hundred million dollars is the
estimate placed upon the Ilarriman estate. The will is the briefest on
record. Everything is left to his widow.
CITY OF MEXICO, September 17. The S)9th anniversary of
Mexican independence was celebrated today.
ROCHESTER, September 17. Governor Johnson 'is better.
HONOLULU, September Id.- The Polo Club ball last night was
a brilliant social event.
The Chamber of Commerce entertained the Congressmen'at dinner
at the Young Hotel last night.
Wireless communication may be enterfered with when the cruisers
go to Maui for maneuvers.
Representative Woodyard favors the suspension of the coastwise
HONOLULU, September 1C Maui won the polo game, beating
the Oahu team 14 to 3-.
There are 10,00p sailors and soldiers in Honolulu today.
VICTORIA, September 10. Five hundred thousand Russian
soldiers are being massed in Siberia
ALBANY, September 16. President Taft has written letters ex
honerating Ballinger and yielding to the latter's request for the dis
missal of Davis, chief of the land ollice, for unjustly impeaching the
integrity of his superiors.
ROCHESTER, September 1(5. Governor Johnson is critically ill,
the result of an operation.
RUCIIAREST, September lb Spencer Eddy sent his resignation
to the State Department.
MERGENTIIEIM, September lb The airship Gross II yesterday
participated successfully in extensive military maneuvers. The Em
peror manifested great pleasure.
CITY OF MEXICO, September Hi. President Diaz celebrated his
7!)th birthday, receiving the congratulations from Governors of foreign
SAN FRANCISCO, September
out the State.
SAN JOSE. Soptember 15. Hwlley's comet has been sighted from
tho Lick Obsorvatory.
DINGWALL, September 15. Prince Miguel of Rracanza has
married Mary "Stowart of New York.
PORTLAND. Ore.. September
ing Co. burned down with a loss of
NEW ORLEANS, September
left for St. Louis to meet Taft on his
HONOLULU, September 15.
on Kalakaua avenue by a Portuguese.
1 he first squadron of tho Pacific fleet will leave for Hilo on Wed:
nesday. Some of the officers will go to the volcano.
Tsukamoto has challenged Kaoo to race.
CHICAGO, September 15. James J. Hill speaking to the conven
tion of bankers warned them that the United States must cease the
exportation of food sniffs' and unless the agricultural population in
creases tho question of home supply will supercede that of developing
WASHINGTON, September 15. Naval Constructor Bitter and
five enlisted men have been ordered court martialed as a result of the
capsizing of tho tugboat Nezin Scott last August drowing four persons.
CITY OF MEXICO, September 15 Ambassador Thompson lias
secured the control of the Pan-American railway.
ROCHESTER, September 15. Govomor Johnson is in the hospi
tal for an operation for hernia.
ROME, September 15. It is reported that Vesuvius is active.
NEW YORK, September 15. Lovett has been elected chairmau
of tho executive committee of the Southern Pacific Railroad.
according Jo Russian passengers
lb Forest fires are raging through-.
15. The mill of the Portland Plnnr.
15. Four tornedo bout dnstmvr
Delegate Kuhio's iewelrv was found