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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. APRIL 2, 9J0
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Memorializes Relative to
7 Tho Maui Chamber of Commerce
held its first meeting, since its or
ganization, on Monday evening .it
the Wailuku Town Hull, with H.
hi". Baldwin presiding, and D. II.
The chairman stated that the ob
ject of the meeting was to take such
, steps inHho matter of the quaran
' tine of the Olaudine as the chamber
;felt proper. It was stated that,
-1 while the Claudine- has n contract
for. carrying the mail, she is "com
J polled to deliver and receivo mail at
Hilo. She does not connect with
-any wharf, nor docs slip receive pas
sengers there. She simply throws
her mail bags from the small boats
onto the wharf and the Hilo mail
is thrown into the bouts
None of the ship employees go
ashore and no one from Hilo except
. the federal quarantine officer goes
aboard the Claudine. As the Clau
dine is given a clean bill of health
by the federal quarantine officer.
at Hilo, it seems an unnecessary
hardships to then, subject the boat
and her Maui passengers to further
quarantine regulations oir her ar
rival at Honolulu.
Secretary Case had prepared a
resolution. After its reading, H.
M." Coke" "moved its adoption. The
resolution was seconded by J. N. S.
Mr. Williams then made a state
ment of facts relative 'to the condi
tions now existing. He said jn part,
that wkile the Claudine if given a
clean bill of health, she and her
passengers from Alaui are required
to remain outside the harbor of 1 Ip
nolulu from two to four hours.
Mr. Lufkin suggested an amend
ment relative to wiring from Hilo
the condition at Hilo of tho health
conditions of tlvo boat. Tins was
adopted as a part of the original
C Judge Kcpoikai suggested Hiattho
local federal doctor be required to
make a report after an inspection of
thejjont each trip.
' Two small bills were presented.
,Soino one ' hall a bright idea and
iinovcd to refer tho same to the com
mittec. The motion carried. As
there is no committco of the Cham
.lier in existence, it is pretty hard to
tell-just what was meant.
The secretary was instructed to
forward copies of tho resolution
adopted which "is as follows:
Whereas; Owing to quarantine
regulation enforced against the Isl
and of Hawaii by the federal and
territorial authorities in Honolulu,
it has been found necessary to sub
ject to medical survey all vessels and
passengers from ports in tho said
-Island of Hawaii before- landing in
Whereas; The Stuamor "Claudine'-'
having purposely been re
strained from accepting freight or
passengers from port's in the said
Island of Hawaii for any other port
or ports in this Territory, for the"
purpose of keeping her a "clean"
pat for tho accommodation of ship
pers and passengers from tho Island
of Maui, and, y
Whereas; Noth withstanding the
regulations in force on theClaudine,
this vessel is compelled to await the
.visit of a quarantine officer outside
Honolulu harbor before docking for
tho purposo of landing her freight
and passengers, which works an un
necessary hardship on theClaudine,
her passengers and shippers,
A. A. C.'s of Honolulu and
Wailukus to Cross Bats.
By this morning's Claudine will
arrive at Kahului from Honolulu
tho A. A. C. baseball team, com
posed of Chinese or part Chinese
boys, who are more or less promin
ent in athletics in Honolulu. That
they arc good sports goes without
saying, for during the several years
this club has been in existence never
has any criticism been heard in re
gard to the actions of any of its
members in athletics or otherwise
This afternoon at 4 p. mi. at the
KahuTui Athletic Park they will
meet for the first time a Wailuku
team and on Sunday the same teams
will again cross bats at Wells Park,
The Wailuku team, under the
management of John Garcia lias
been hard at practice- for the past
fortnight and feel confident that
they will defeat the visitors.
The following is their lineup. Joe
Clement, c; Jack Florez, p; W. E.
Bal Jr., lb.; Capt., J. Garcia, 2b;
H. English, .'lb; Sakaino, ss; Frank
Sylva, If; Geo. Cuinmings, cf; W.
Enos, rf; A. Robinson and J. Oli
All of the above players have been
seen in action on the. local diamond
witli the exception of Jack Florez,
who will do the twirling for the local
Florez reputation as a pitcher is
well known. He it was who held
down the job on the slab for the J.
A. C.'s lust year and carried them
t victory. Not alone docs he put
curve and speed into his ball but
also uses considerable iicadwork,
which, after all, is tho .main thing
with a tniler. He says he is in trim
and it will certainly bo a pleasure to
see him in ; action on the local
Taken all in all the baseball fans
of central Maui will be given an op
portunity to see as fine games, as
wero ever played here, and judging
from tho evenly matched teams that
are to play, it will not bo surprising
if tlleyexccll all other games played
These games, coming just before
tho regular baseball season which is
about to begin on Maui, will put
enough baseball spirit jnto the local
fans, it is hoped, to prepare for the
contest with the best aggregation of
ball tosscrs over gotten together in
Honolulu, who are duo hero to play
on the Fourth of July.
At tommorrow's game in Wells
Park to Maui County band will bo
present to enliven the occasion.
The general admission price will
be 25 cents and scats in the grand
stand will be charged 25 cents oxtra.
A largo crowd will no doubt bo pre
sent to sec tho first baseball games
of the year.
Therefore bo it resolved; That
this Chambor of Commerce of Maui
docs respectfully request the quaran
tine authorities in Honolulu to relax
the rigidity of the rules as now en
forced against the said steamer Clau
dino, as respects the landing of Maui
passengers and freight at Honolulu
so as to permit tho said steamor to
dock immediately on arrival at
Honolulu, and land' her passengers
Provided that tho federal olfiecr
at tho port of Hilo wires totho
federal quarantine ollicer at Hono
lulu that he has given a clean bill of
health to the vessel.
Many Improvements Are
The great improvement in Wai
luku during the last ton ywirs has
been a constant surprise to all old
kamaainus as they return to our
pleasant community. New side
walks, nc.v houses, new stores, im
provements in tho roads and the
appearance of the whole town
greatly impresses these friends of
Wailuku, and those who knew and
loved this part of Maui years agoJ
For two or three years, some of
tho wide awake townsmen have de
sired a place for evening recreation,
where they could go for some good
hard physical exercise, and perhaps
enjoyed a good game at bowling.
. Many also of' the townspeople
have thought the same physical op
portunity should be given the boys
and girls and have been urging their
It will surprise some and please
all that $1000 is already in hand to
ward a new gymnasium building,
on the vacant lot of the settlement
grounds. ?md the swimming tank
for the gymnasium has also been
promised, which -will he ready as
soon as it is needed. This is a
splendid start, but to make such a
venture a success, it will need all
the sympathy and help that all the
people of the community can.. give;
The gymnasium will be a fully
equipped plant, not merely a few
dumbbells or indinn clubs, but the
paraphanalia that goes with a well
equipped city institution of this
kind, a good swimming pool for in
door aquatic races and various
stunts dear to the heart of every one
who knows what a good gymnasium
swimming pool is.
The tentative plans, call foragood
bowling alley, that will bo accessi
ble for evening" work. It is ex
pected that an instructor will bo so-
cured for evening classes, and that
regular classes for men and boys
will be held in the evening, to which
all the men in town will bo admit
ted. There will be no lines drawn
in an institution such as this gym
nasium. It is expected also that
girls and women will have classes
in the afternoons.
Every overworked ollico man,
everyono who feels the need of ton
ing up his body with good vigorous
exercise, every growing youth will
find m tins gymnasium an indes
pcnsiblo help to his life and work.
Circular letters are being sent out
to ask tho hearty cooperation of
uvuryuuu in una new euiui prise wiui.
will have the heartiest support froiii
all thoso who will receivo benefit
Writer Was Evidently a Very
The following letter was rccontly
received by an employer on the Isl
and of Maui, and is a samplo of the
English commonly w;rittqn in Jhls
Mr Please let me stay
in threo days." '
"I got a very bad sick from Sat.'
I get that sick if I look out all red
out sometime yellow and catch cold-.
if I cat my foold. 1 cat stay a little
why all throw out my head is like
CO pound and today I get little pade
thus 1 go work or not Vodday.
I am your working man
Pronounced the Best on Maui
-in Years f
The Waihee Convention whicl
closed last week was pronounced, by
the many visjtors from out of tovli
to be the best in years on Maui.
There was an umisually large at
tendance which kept steadily up in
number to the lust day of the con
ference, and all went home feeling
well repaid (or the time spent.
lion. It. J. K. Nawahine had
charge of.tho duty of providing for
the large" assembly, and he did his
work in a splendid way, so that 'all
the guests were well cared for. '
liev. Dr. It. J. liurdcttc said ike
Sunday School convention of Sun
day was one of the best things ho had
over seen in his life. He said he
would not have missed it for a great
deal. He was especially, delighted
with the excellent work in music.
Revs. 0. H. Gulick, the Superin
tendent of, Hawaiian work, W. 11
Oleson, the Secretary of the Hawai
ian Hoard, II. P. Judd,tho Super
intendent of Sunday School work,
M. K. Nakuina, Territorial Presi
dent of the Society of Christian En
deavor, F. S. Scudder, T. A. Wal-
trip, E. li. Turner, M. G. Santos
C. G. Ihirnhum were all present and
took part' in the proceedings.
fill. lit 1. 1 . 1 ' r.y
ine mmuKU union ujiurcli was
filled last Sunday evening with the
usual large Easter audience. The
decorations were very effective, and
were arranged by the ladies of the
Church. The music was unusually
fine, and was under the direction of
Mrs. W. II. Field. A portion of
the Hallelujah Chorus of Handel's
arranged by Caleb Simpser was
splendidly rendered. Tho beautiful
quartette selection by J. S Gilbert,
"Come, Weary Soul" was appre
ciatively sung by Misses Crickard
and Scholtz and Messrs. King and
Rivers. Mr. Chas. E. King sang
On Sunday morning Easter cards
were distributed to the members of
the Sunday School. Tho day beforo
the crowd of little people enjoyed an
egg hunt, games and a good time at
the homo of Rev. Mr. Dodge.
Came to Hawaii ThirtyOne
Attorney A. G. Correa of Wailuku
received n wireless Thursday that
his father M. G. Correa is seriously
Ul at his liQin'e'in" Hilo and nottcx
pected to live.
Mr. Correa is ono of tho -pioneers
of the territory. .Ho came to Hawaii
from Springfield Illinois in 1879and
in 18S3 moved to Hilo where hohas
Mr. Correa has suffered for many
years with inflammatory rhumutism
and recently has suffered, from
dropsy. 'No hope of his recovery is
Attorney A. G. Correa expects to
leavfc'today for his fathers ledsido.
Since writing tho above a wireless
wasJIreceivcd announcing the death
at -1 o'clock a. in., on April 1st', of
Mr. M. G. Correa. '
ARE OUT ON STRIKE
Holt Indictment Holds Good-Tobacco Factory Hands
May Strike-Wealthy Packers are Indicted
Frears Land Policy Attacked.
IIOiNOLULU, April l.-The planters have made concessions to the
Lussians. 1 ho particulars are not made public at this time. The
concessions have been explained to Lightfoot and he and his clienH
The Governor will nu t the Russians n;,, ,!,. ',,,,..
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congregate in the grounds o'f the executive building every day. "
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UM,"uo "1U "onig a siunt at tiie l'ark Thcator.
Woolley will return on the Wilhelaiina and fight for prohibition.
lj- Lake 13 said to bo an asnirant for flu. nfii f rv,.,i4. a
Abraham Keike was killed last night by .an auto in Kalihi. .
llie supremo court-decided vesti'nlnv tlmf w liWi .-.h..' .
The ninltnr nf .....
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An attack on the land policy
action by John Greig of Hawaii.
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Campbell to open lands in Kau.
INDIANAPOLIS. Anril 1.
proportions than was expected. 300,000 men went out on strike yes
terday. 1 his is the greatest number of men that over struck together.
LOUISVILLE, April 1.-3,000 men in local tobacco factories' de
mand higher pay.
TRENTON, April l.r-Armour, Swift and Morris, who have.been
instrumental in raising prices, have beon indicted. i
MANILA, April 1. Habeas Corpus proceedings have been' begun
in the case of the Japanese spies. Tho writ is returnable tomorrowJ
HONOLULU, March .U-IIalley's comet will be visible herein '
April 8th. . '.
The Russian immigrants tnay
no conclusion at' the conference." "
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iiou simui denies that Liehtfoot iu1vil' u, r?.,:.;:, . f
work and congregate in Honolulu.
the 6teamer Sierra will arrive early tomorrow!
Elaborate preparations are beinn mndn for H
Unneso prince, who will arrivo in
IN. Mrrch 31. Roosevelt
poror ilhani for three clays. Ho
ascertain what the Japanese spies captured in Manila were really do
ing, and determine the punishment duo them.
PITTSBURG. Maich Bl.-Tl.o
, . ... "-"v.i, ui niiiiuia in j-uverai stales
today will be one of the greatest demonstrations that has ever ' been
ivuu uy uiuuninous coal miners .
HONOLULU, March SO.-Lord Kitchener did not como this way
Two crnnks, Sister Mary and Brother R
steamer lUarama and were not allowed to remain in Honolulu. V
rereistrous says the diluculty
SAN FRANCISCO, March 30.
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of dynamiting the Gallagher home,
ALEXANDRIA, Egypt, March
SXlVA, Marcn 30. Eighteen
hero. Tho Fiii bunaha cron in rnim.il
CINCINNATI, March 30.
miners in Pennsylvania and Illinois
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pay is increased.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 30.
sold to the Alaska SS. Co. ,.
HONOLULU, March 30. Suner
opposition to the bitulithic pavement
xiiuiu .0 .i uuuut uere inai strong talk is heard in Kobe against
Hawaii, It was thero the Russians cot their firs infnr.nnt; i
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The Russians here had another
ing at any conclusions.
Harvey says he wiR not oppose Kuhio". ' vlfn?v ' S
Tho Marama, witli Lord Kitchener aboard:nrrivfil inn I n 1 n 1 11 c f
night to onter jort.
The now telephone work will begin noxt wcCek. Tim Rinrrh
SAN FRANCISCO. March 30. -
reinc court that oral bets do not constituto.gambling.
niiBiiiAiuutt, fliarcn 3U
Leavonworth and members of tho
WASHINGTON, March 30. A
yesterday contemplates an investigation into tho conviction of three
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uuaisra nun uiKing arms into Mexico for revolutionists Tho
introducer claims tho United States isr allowing itself to bo used as a
tool in tho politics of that government.
MANILA, March 30. Tho snv
cation8 is said to ho the son of a Ja
cited oyer the spy being Here.
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of Governor Frear is found in an
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go to wo'k. Tho planters reached f
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will lm Dm nmnni ,.t n...
ill be royally ontortained
31-OfiieiaIs (if llin Wni- Finn..!. ,,.,! ...Ml
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with the immigrants is a put up job. .
Inabel MrU.. ...n. ..;.':.;.., i -
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has beon granted a new trial. , .'.
30. Roosevelt-n ml f,.m?N.
people wore kille.l in 'i,rri,.n
will sti-ikn in,nn,m.',iiM. n.: .
on Port Btrnnt i i.i..
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Justice Brewer will bo buried in
U. S. Sunremn nnnrt u-ill
nrrnstnil for ol.-oi.i,i.,., n. f:n
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