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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1 9 10
he is a wry poor and lazy worker,
W. B. Lytner is in Wailuku.
J. S. Spitzer, the uruuiuief is on Maui
this week. " .
, passenger to Hono
Wailuku a flying
Mrs. Texeira was i
lulu this week.
D. H. Davi9 paid
Mrs. N. Onisteil of Hana went to Ho
nolulu this week.
Miss Deas of Hana was a passenger to
Honolulu this week.
Miss Richards took the Claudine to
Mrs. E. Krnger went to Honolulu by
the Claudine Wednesday.
H. M. Coke of Wailuku wants your in
surance and auction business.
C B. Dixon was a passenger to Hono
lulu by the Claudine of Wednesday.
C. W. Hall and wife came up on the
Manna Kea Tuesday and returned Wed
nesday. W. J. Coelho came up Saturday from
his home in Honolulu and returned Wednesday,
Mrs. M. Sequeira of Kahului' went to
Honolulu Wednesday to seek medical at
The Kabul ui Railroad Company is lay
ing a new switch to the round house in
' H. E. Hendrick, the Hawaiian Iron
Fence and Monument Works man, is on
Maui this week.
Mrs. Baggs left Monday by the Lurline
for the coast where she will make her
heme for a time.
The Manna Kea brought forty-two
sacks of mail for McGregors landing
Mrs. Rodriguese, formally of Honolulu
ha9 opened dressmaking parlors in the
Tatn Yau Block, Makawao. Patronage
The Woman's Guild of the church of
the Good Shepherd will hold a business
meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 22nd, at the
Rectory, Wailuku. .
Much of the material for the new
wharf at Kahului has been received and
work will begin shortly.
The Lurline left Monday evening with
much freight and a nnmberof passengers
for Honolulu and the coast.
A younger brother of Manager John
J. Walsh and Wm. Walsh arrived by the
Lurline and is visiting his brothers here.
Otto Burmester of Oakland California
has taken a position in the freight de
partment of the Kahului Railroad Com
pany. Mrs. F. Crawford aud two children re
turned' to Honolulu Wednesday. She
has been visiting her sister Mrs. John J.
Walsh of Kahului.
G. W. Carr is on Maui this week and
on Thursday began the weighing of the
mail carried daily over the Kahului Rail
road thi9 will be kept up for a period of
three months and the average daily
weight will be used as a basis for pay-
ami when lie is a little sick lie lays
the whole day in lied, and I have to
do all the work and this means
labor when it is neessary to get so
many people, lie never lilts a
finger and all this work is done by
Lloyd also works little. Most
went for carrying the man lor the "et 0f the time they are enjoying them-
OUT yeHfS, , lui.ttxiia T 1tj1 nvm trtir tu ! Ill ua
to knoek aliout the Cafe Chantons
returned by the Claudine Wednesday to , . ... , , - ,
J J l.tn.l tltiu n'l mill o Hrrrn (ivniinu tn
their home in Waialua Oahu. They , . . .
have been on Maui a month and were business and most Important
supposed to be c n a vacation but both of the whole business is suffering,
these good people have been most active ''Most of the tillli is Ix'ing lost
Notice is hen by given that the B.iardJ
f Equalization will meet at the Tax
Office, Honolulu, beginning March 14th
and daily thereafter between the hours
f 9:00 A. M. and 4 1 M., to and inclu
sive of the 19th of March.
D. h. CONKLING,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, February
in religious work while on this island
and have endeared thetnselvss to all who
have met them,
The annual meeting of the Maui Aid
Association will be held at the Baldwin
National Bank on Thursday,' February
24th at 10 a. m. for the hearing of the
and we can come to no agreement
with laborers.. All this is interfer
ing with my work greatly and I
want to get through this business so
as not to be detained.
Generally I do all the work, but
reports of the Secretary and Treasurer of I do not mind as long as no one ill
the Association for the past year, the terferes, but when it conies to pre
election of officers and for the transaction ,;,.; v.,i;ul, T ,i
of any other business that may properly , ,1, ,
come before the Association. do without the boss and stenogra-
.... , ' pher. I have nothing against him
Rev. Henry P. Judd and wife are ex- , , , . , 1
pected this coming week on the Mauna for twi llpmg mc as long as he
Kea for a few days visit on Maui. Mr. does not interfere with me. At the
Judd comes to attend the annual meeting end of this business, and even now,
of the Maui Aid Association of which he ie sports on what he and only he
There was a time when I
Perelstrous Says "Jack Is
Carl F. Rose, our popular deputy coun
ty clerk has been assisting with the work
f the Wailuku Post office during the ab
sence of James Hart. '
W. A. Anderson the manager of the
Nahiku Rubber Company went to Hone
lulu Wednesday. He was accompanied
by Mrs, Anderson and the children.
The Wailuku Auto Company wants
your business. We have good cars and
ANTONE DO REGO,
Mrs. James Kirkland returned to her
home in Honolulu Wednesday after
spending a very pleasant visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Wm. Walsh of Puunene,
M, R. Peretra of the Maui Publishing
Company left Monday for a month's
vacation. He goes direct to San Fran
cisco, where he will spend most of his
T. S. Choy of the Kihei store has re
signed his position as assistant postmaster
at Kihei and his position with the store at
that place. Mr. Choy has been employ
ee at Kihei since I899.
The old Hvgeia building has been
moved to a site near the customs build
iwg in Kahului and is being filled up for
use by the Kahului Railroad Company
by whom the building is now owned.
The Trustees of the Kaahumanuchurch
have held several sessions this past week
making plans for the repainting and itn
proving the church. Revs. Kaumeheiwa
and Dodge are the committee in charge
Attorney Lorrin Andrews has opened
offices in the Judd Building for the prac
tice of law. Mr. Andrews is one, of the
most successful attorneys in Honolulu
and will doubtless build up a large prac
The directors of the Kaahumanu church
have let a contract to A. B. Naone to re
naint the church building. The contract
price is $288. Carpentry work amounting
to about f6oo will be done by other
On February 27th Rev. C. N. Pond. D.
I) a graduate of Oberlin College, and a
learned man in Biblical literature, who
is spending a few months ou the Islands,
will preach at the Wailuku Union Church.
The public are cordially invited to hear
is a cuarier memoer, aim win aiso noiu (hnnit
aivaftcil aui.ie i, Gritim r I I ll t clnirf.infi I
while he is here. He and Mrs. Judd w'al,t(?d to s(',ul 11 fablnun to the
leave on- March 1st for the Napoopoo boanl of immigration alxillt SUCH
Association meetings on Hawaii. While poor helpers, and I refused to work
on Maui they will be guests at the Par- any more. Jack understands now
wnage- t.lint. it. is letter nut. to interfere will
As I have always said in private
life he is a very pleasant man, but
in business, impossible. lie has a
very long tongue and sometimes
has spoiled business.
1 am sending you newspapers
and correspondence and would ask
you to save tnem as l nave no
others. From them you will un
derstand, what difficulties we are
encountering in carrying out this
The Advertiser of the 14th says: business. You will note what we
Immigration affairs are not going have to wrestle with, but fortunate-
smoothly. As a matter of fact, there My the masses are on our side."
are so many bumps that probably The article published in the liar
something will break very shortly, bin papers, forwarded by the Rus
It is announced that tlie territorial sian- consul at Yokohama, is as fol
auditor has decided not to draw any lows:
more cheeks against the special con- To the Editor, Harbin News:
servation and immigration fund un- I have the honor to respectfully ask
til some of the tangles are straight- you not to refuse to publish in your
ened out. For one thing, the de- paper the following request received
tailed accounts of the recent Portu- by me from twenty-four Russian
guese immigration work are not in, subjects who emigrated to the Ha
although the immigrants have been waiian Islands this year.
in the Territory for some months. Manager Russian Imperial Con
In Manchuria there has been an sul: We have the honor to request
open fall out between Mr. Perel- your highness to look into our criti-
strous and A. L. C. Atkinson, which cal condition and to help us as it is
grew so serious at one time that the known to you that we were taken
former threatened to cable to Ilono- through Yokohama by Mr. Perel
ulu and announce that he was done strous and Mr. Atkinson
with the labor recruiting business 1 hey have cheated us in every
unless he was given better help. word. When they gathered us in
That has been temporarily patched the city of Harbin, they explained
un. to us that they were taking us at
1 - -
Cheated at every turn," is what the expense of the American govern
the Russians on the Island of Ha- ment so as to populate the Islands
waii reported to their consul at with white people who did not have
Yokohama, urging him to take the means to procure their own pro
what steps he could to keep other perty. There would be work for
Russians from coming to Hawaii to which the men would receive 45 and
help share in the laliors of the cane- the women 35 rubles per month and
fields. quarters, firewood, lights, water
Copies of the Harbin News, which hospital, schools and a half-acre of
contain the complaint of the Hawaii land. At the expiration of three
Russians and the reply of Mr. years the house would come into
Perelstrous, have been received our possession but if anyone desirei
here, the translations showing: that to leave he would receive for the
a hard fight faced Perelstrous before same house 300 rubles.
he was able to erather together for "They explained to us that we
transportation to the Islands as would work ten hours from break
many as are on the way, somewhere fast to dinner. At the same time
in the neighborhood of two thou- they said food was very cheap and
sand. even advised us not to take shoes as
In addition to the difficulties with nothing was expensive to buy.
the officials and the press, Perel- We listened to them and now
strous has been having trouble, ac- is shown that here in the store it is
cording to his letters, with Jack At- twice as expensive and it is all rotten
kinson, special agent of the board The flour is fit only for horses and
of immigration, and with Jim is not good. For one bag a little
Lloyd. Perelstrous intimates very over eighty pounds, they take from
broadly that both Atkinson and us $2.00. Lights are at our expense
Lloyd are more of a hindrance to "Here we have learned that they
him than a help. He writes, in have taken us not by the govern
part: ment but by the trust and have
At the present time we have scattered a few on the different
gathered alwut 800 people, but up plantations. We work like mules
to this time we have had trouble from six in the morning until four
with the government and press, in the afternoon and have to walk
This should have been attended to seven miles to work. The men re
loni? nm. but Jack and Llovd travel- eeivc 22 rubles and the women 13
o j I
ed in Japan and Korea which cost which she uses on herself.
a colossal amount of money about "At the gathering in Harbin,
llGOO. Jack traveled in very light they explained to us that there was
clothes and as to be expected he no need of an agreement but that
sot a cold and is sick. At his best we were taken on honest American
Notice is hereby gircn that at the re
gular meeting of the Board of Super
visors of the County of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, held at Wailuku on the 10th
day of February 1910 the following pro
posed ordinances were introduced and
passed first reading:
An Ordinance creating the office cf
Sanitary Inspector" in the several dis
tricts of the County; defining the powers,
prescribing the duties, determining the
responsibilities of, and providing certain
penalties concerning the same; and re
pealing resolution numbered 75, relating
to Sanitary Inspectors,
An -Ordinance creating the office of
Food Inspector" in the several districts
of the County; defining the powers, pres
cribing the duties, determining the re-
ponsibilities of, and providing certain
penalties concerning the same; and re
pealing resolution numbered 76, relating
to Fish and Food Inspectors,
And an Ordinance regulating the sale
of meats, fish, poultry, game, vegetables,
produce, fruits, provisions and milk.
Notice is likewise given that further
consideration will be had, and action
taken concerning said proposed ordi
nances by the Board of Supervisors at
its next stated meeting, to be held in
Wailuku, ou March is, 1910, at 10:00 a.
m.. or as soon thereafter during said
session as the same can be heard.
Wm. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
Dated at Wailuku, County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, this 16th day of
February, A. D. 1910.
Feb. 19, 26.
The opening of bids for the laying of
the galvanized iron pipe for the Kula
pipe line has again been postponed until
12 m. of Monday, February 28, 1910.
Superintendent of Public Works
Department of Public Works, Feb. 5
Card of Thanks.
The family of Edmund H. Hart take
this means of thanking their many friends
for the floral offerings and expressious of
sympathy during the time of their recent
Fresh Roasted Peanuts
always on hand
Orders taken for
Fruits, Nuts and Cigars.
Ice Cold Drinks
Market Street, -:- -:- Wailuku.
BULLETIN NO. I
HONOLULU REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Six room hui-galow in Makiki, electrie lights, gas,
sewer, small lot, new. Price $2750.
Six room house, 5 minutes walk from Puuahou,
Anapuni street, modern, burn, servant's quarters.
Six room, Yi story, modern bungalow, near '
Pawaa .Junction, 10 minutes walk from Puliation,
modern, ham-, servants quarters. Priee $3200.
Six room house, Makiki street. Priee $4500.
College Hill Lots fruin $B 10 up to $1500.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Honolulu Ironworks Co.
ATLAS STEAM ENGINES
STANDARD GAS ENGINES
word. Every -one of us sold our
tiorses and carriages for a cheap
price and now it is up to us to even
lose that amount in living.
Tlicy charge us what ttiey please
in the store and there is 110 one here
for us to turn to, therefore, we
would ask that your highness does
not overlook our request but ttiat
you help us in this critical condition
and would ask also that you inform
the consul in the city of Dalny and
especially in Harbin about the con
ditions of ttie families they allowed
to go to a foreign land.
"It is evident to us that wc have
been cheated because they (Mr.
Perelstrous and Mr. Atkinson)
brought us here in the night and
have not been here again but have
disappeared and from that time we
have not seen them.'
This is signed by twenty-seven
people and the original is kept in
the Russian Imperial Consulate,
The reply to this article, written
by Mr. Perelstous, is published in a
subsequent , number of the same
paper, the writer contradicting flatly
some of the statements. He states
that those who sold horses and
carriages, went to Hawaii unde
false pretenses, if there were any
as they could not have intended to
go to work as laborers, for wluel
purpose their fares to Hawaii wen
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