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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. MAY 7, 1910
mjk 5 - , ' VOLUME XVII
;? ,: frogram Is
ft ' Approved
Racing Association Holds
Another Very enthusiastic meet
ing of the Maui Racing Association
. was held on last Monday evening at
the Maui Hotel, at which a large
nunihor of members were present,
""taking part in the discussions. It
was quite evident that many of the
members are taking considerable in
. Merest in the aiTairs of the associa
tion, where formerly they did not
even attend meetings Of course, the
old standby like Dave Meyer, Dan
. Carey, Judge Kepoikai, Capt. Bal
-and a few others, are always there.
- ' J. J. Walsh and R. A. Wadsworth
prove to be two. very valuable acqui
sitions to the association.
' The program was approved with
a few minor changes, discussion on
tilts named race taking up quite a
little of the. evening.
"The association decided to allow
no liquor privileges for the coining
Fourth of July. The band will be
at Kahului to enliven the occasion,
-' and with baseball in sight in the
' afternoon, sports can hardly wait
for the big day to take its turn.
Mr. O'Rouke of Jlilo has written
.' the association that his horses will
surely be seen on the Kahului track.
It is also expected that Major Mc-
' Lennan'fl horses will Iks there to run
T a. little. , .
Throughout the whole program
the association has shown a tenden
cy -to encourage Hawaiian bred
horses-, although of course, the- big-
- crpst nurse is for a free for all. That
will 1)0 the race of the day.
i" Races for Japanese owlied hows
1 have been encouraged, inasmuch as
the Japanese form a. largo part of
- the natrOnatro of the track. Some
Japanese horses are expected from
Hilo, and a few from Honolulu
These with the MaiH horses in the
hands of tne little brown men will
" make un a nice niiKregation from
; which to pick the runner?.
Judges for the day will probably
t, be. ?. F. Peck of Makawao, James
Kirkiand of Honolulu and George
Weieht of Wailuku, a trio which
caanot be bettered.
Intends to Leave for the
Hugh M. Coke, for nearly five
years editor of the Maui News and
manager of the Maui Publishing
Company resigned last week. The
Iward of directors met Monday of
this week and accepted the resigna
tion. Auditor Charles Wilcox will act
n editor temporarily after the retire
ment of Mr. Coke on the loth of
Mr. Coke and family expect to
leavo shortly for San Francisco where
they will make their future homo.
Mr. nml Mrs. C. R. Copeland met with
au automobile accident 'Sunday, while on
their way from Makawao. The cap on
one of the wheels came off lettini; the
wheel down. Mrs. Copeland was thrown
and suffered intense agony for a short
time. While she is still unable to attend
to her school duties she is not perma
nently injured. Miss Irene Aiken is teui
porarily filling the position as teacher in
the Wailuku public school in the place of
Honolulu Police Have Lively
Mixup With Russians.
Several hundred. Russians gather
ed in the grounds of the capitol this
Several called on the Secretary of
the Territory, E. A. Mott-Smith,
and pretended to exhibit wounds
which they alleged were the result
of being lashed last night when they
attacked the police station in an
abortive attempt to rescue VaseleiT,
their anarchistic leader.
Mott-Smith fearlessly informed
the scum" that the police were
within their rights. The cowards
"had held their children up for their
own protection when the police
charged, after playing the hose on
Mott'Smith gave them no satis
faction. There is talk of the Rus
sians again trying this evening to
rescue from jail their violent leader
Vasilicff or "Vasiline," as he is
affectionately called by the police.
It is well for the Russians to know
that .whereas last evening they were
met only with whips and water, if
they persist they will be shot down
like docs, for the police will not
argue with them. Revolvers will be
used in the next riot.
If they are curs enough to use
their children as shields, their chil
dren arc likely to" bo taken from
them while they themselves are cast
The situation is growing serious.
There is likely to bo a fight between
the Russians Hnd ' the police.. The
police will win. There will bo
dead Russians The problem of how
lor why they came here will be set
tled at the morgue.
Jarrett, who has had stirring ex
perience with the Japanese, is wide
awake. lie will order his men to
shoot to kill. The Russians have
defied the community. They are
worse than vagrants. They are des
peradoes. Some are supposed to bo
preparing bombs for explosion in
the police department.
With the exception of a few
groups of men talking, with ani
mated gestures, everything is quiet
over at the Russian camp at Iwilci.
Women, children and their lazy
and indolent husbands are smoking
and drinking 'around the filthy
camp which they call home, and,
judging from words caught here and
there, they intend to make sonio
effort tonight to seo their deliverer
and martyr Vasilieff.
Some of the Russians are working
along Queen street, digging .and
clearing off rocks on the property
just mauka of the Inter-Island
wharves, while a good number of
them are working on the Japanese
steamer Manshu Maru, which is
alongside of the railroad wharf.
Hie inspectors, under tho dircc
tion of tlio city unci county, are
watching very carefully for any
outbreak of trouble, and only deplo
niacy saved tlio ilay tins morning
when several men, who were walk
ing along near the camp were taken
for police ollicers and several of the
hardest looking characters among
tho Russians made au attempt to
corner them, evidently meaning to
cause them trouble.
A representative of The Star ask
ed a few questions of those who
could sneak a little English, and the
answer in every case was "Police
no Kood: wo fix them I Make trou
ble Inst night I Too much sorehead!'
Tho quick and effective work
dono last night in dispersing the
mob does not seem to bo appeciated
very much by tho people who came
in contact with the night sticks in
tho hands of those who did not uso
them any too gently. Star.
Japanese Pineapple Company
The latest business enterprise j
the Makawao section is the .Maui
incapple Company,. Limited, of
Pauwela, in the - country of
Its capital stock is $20,000 divided'
up into 1,000 shares of 20 each.
It was the intention of the. pro
moters to sell shares only to Japan
ese but recently that rule has. been
t present there are about thirty-
five acres ojfpineapplo in the yicinity
of Pauwela cultivated, by Japanese
and it is from these lands as well as
from others that may be planted by
Orientals that tho mill now in pro
cess of construction expects to ob
tain fruit for canning.
At Pauwela the foundations of a
small factory or cannery have al
ready been laid and two laborers'
louses have been completed. The
great difficulty in the way of rapid
construction of the mill is the haul
ing of building materials.
The ollicers of the -company are:
Kuabara, president; F. Dati,
vice-president,; J. Onishi, treas
urer; K. Yokogawa, secretary; and
C. Tanaka, M. Noganii and M. Ni-
shikida, auditors. a
The Fred Baldwin Home, at Pain,
near Maunaolu Seminary, is in pro
cess of, construction.
The census agents for Makawao
are: J. 11. JUaclvcnzio lor tlie ivuia
section, David Morton for Makawao
between Pulehu and Alelele and
Edgar Morton for the other side of
Alelele. Each plantation has spe
The Maui Agricultural Company
arc experimenting with sugar beets.
They have a small field devoted to
their culture makai the Paia depot.
Several Kaniaole people are mak
ing attempts to grow grapes. One
resident not long ago set out four
hundred cuttings imported from
The next Lurlino for the coast
will take several well-known people!
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Murdock
and two children of Paia, aro to
mako a six months' trip to England,
James Lhulsay'of Haiku will visit
his old home in Scotland, and, Miss
Holden, who has been at Haleakala
Ranch for a number of years will
return to her home in California.
Children's Day will again be cele
brated at the Makawao Union
Church either on tho last Sunday in
May or on the first ono in June.
Ah Lull, tho Chinese store-keeper
of Waiakoa, has prospered so well
that ho has recently built a new
store immediately adjoining the
Tho Kahului R. R. Co. have now
thrco largo motor-trucks engaged in
hauling Kula 'watcrpipe, tho third
motor having recently arrived on
Tho are of corn land planted
this year in vicinity of Makawao
village is larger than over. Com is
doing finely and watermelons as
well though the farmers fear tho ad
vent of tho melon-fiy this month
Weather in Makawao has been
stormy during Monday, Tuesday
Mr. H. H. Weller, the special agent of
the Union Oil Company, left Wednesday
for San I'rancisco for u well earned vaca
tion. While away Mr. Weller will pro
ceed to New York where he will purchase
a new Hue of furniture for the furniture
department of the Kahului store.
Aged Teacher Visits Lahaina3
Sister Albertina of Honolulu was
th)c guest of Mr. and -Mrs. Kroll for
two days last week. She visited the
public school on 25)th and left for
home last Saturday. The good sister
looks to bo about fifty, though she
was principal of the Cross school
forty-six years ago. She found sev
eral pupils in tho Lahaina school
whose grandmothers she had taught
rand she (old one large girl who was
I .V.. ! . l i .. . 1 . . .1 1
uinig as suusuuio miring ino uay
that her great-grandmother had been
- The committee appointed by the
Evangelical Association of Maui to
examine and ordain Mr. Job Ma
nage as pastor of the church at
Honokohau which ho had been call
ed met at the Campbell Park Par
sonage on Friday afternoon for tho
The committee was as follows:
Revt C. G. Rurnhain, Chairman;
Revs. D. K. White. L. 15. Kaume
Heiwa, Samuel Kapu and R. 1).'
On the following Sunday the ur
ination and installation took place
Rev. Mr. White preached the ser
mon., Rev.-MrBurnham made the
ordaining prayer and gave the charge
to the people, and Rev. Mr. Kau
nichoiwa gave tho charge 'to the
jwistor and the right hand of fellow
The cost of the materials of .the
now church of Latter Day Saints was
$1218. There were no expenses for
labpr, as tho saints did all the work
without pecuniary compensation.
A fine bell has been purchased
through tho agency of Montgomery,
Ward it Co., of Chicago, The bell
weighs 400s pounds.
Contractor Moody has commenc
ed work on.a convenient office build
ing for tho Pioneer Plantation. It
will bo. built of concrete, and the
dimensions aro 50x50 feet. The
structure will contain the manager's
room, tho book-keeper's room, tho
teller's room and a room for other
business purposes. Mr. Moody is
uso building an up-to-date carpen
ter shop, '10xl0S feet in the planta
tion lumber yard. The machines for
sawing, planing, etc., will be of the
latest design, and will be run by
Tho many friends of Mrs. G. H.
Dunn of Lahaina will be pleased to
learn that slio is rapidly recovering
from the effects of her recent serious
Her sister, Mrs. W. H. "Crozier of
Kohala paid her a visit, arriving by
the Manna Kea on Saturday, and
returned to her homo by tho follow
ing trip. Her two little sons ac
Miss Carrio Dunn of Hilo is also
at present visiting her.
Have Quit Work Through
Certain agents of the Hawai
census have quit their work through
intimidation by persons of whom
they have been asking questions, or
other causes nnd it may become
necessary for Director Clark to
bring their cases before tho Fedora
grand jury for prosecution. If
their quitting interferes with tho
census in Hawaii, they are likely
to bo indicted,
England's Ruler Dies after
ii.: worlds Most Popular Crowned Read- x
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWK.i
rfugar 9(i de;'. test 4.325 Beets 14s 9d.
HONOLULU, May G. At 2:30 o'clock this. afternoon the wireless
announced tho dea of King Edward
that no crowned rulei & held in higher rcgnrd by! theAmerican peo
pie than the late king. - "
HONOLULU, May G. Tho wife
for Washington lias been threatened
cause the delegate did not go through.
lhe Russian camp was broken
possession of the old stockyard.
!".. 1.,. ... . :.i:..i i... ii
the tax office.
jvi ur.c ivub uui iiiuiuieu uy mo granu jur.y r,
Doyle will be allowed to resign and leave for the coast.
James Holt must stand trial for the embezzlement. of funds from
Schlommer baa won another demurrer.
Woolley addressed a representative gathering of IlawailaiiB at the
Knights of Pythias hall last night.
SAN JUAN DEL SUR, May G.
was destroyed by an earthquake yesterday. It is reported that SCO-
icrsons were killed and the balance
WASHINGTON, May C Tho
not cease their opposition to tho president's railway bill.
the sundry civil service bill will
the prosecution of the American bugar Refining Co; It appropriat
150,000 for this purpose.
CHICAGO, May 6. Mrs. John
been declared insane.
PITTSBURG. May G. Striking
strike breakers yesterday. 400 armed men attacked the workersi
CHRI3TIANIA, May G. Roosevelt in an address before thcjjobel
prize committee" said it would bo a
honestly bent on place would form a
peace among themselves but to prevent by force if necessary Jtsj
i 1 i ii - 3
uukuii uy uuiuih.
LONDON, May G; Alarm is felt
dug. He has been ill for some time.
of France in a feeble condition.
HONOLULU, May 5. Prohibition loaders hold their first.
ing yesterday. There will be a public gathering toniglUv ...
The Russian Embassy at Washington has turned .downVtlupiuv.)!.
of the Russian eminigrants at .Honolulu.. 1 r ak
Breckon has begun the arrest of
in immoral practices.
Vasolieff and his companions aro held for trial. '
The catholic cathedral will bo rebuilt by the bishop. , VI
LONDON, May 5. Commander Peary was acclaimed, tho o'
person who had reached the pole, and
by the Royal Geographical Society.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 5. The
cido on a referee but could not agree.
CHICAGO May 5. -Former
out) oi mo senators purciiaseu ineir
rnn .1.. . l. l .1.
in the Lorrinier case.
BUFFALO, May. 5. A daughtor
WASHINGTON, May 5. Ono
in pensions, is the sum authorized
HONOLULU, May 4.-
seven minutes by the jury.
Breckons may deport Russian
Marston Campbell has gone to
of tho Kamoa lots
Another prisoner escaped from
Grace is still at largo.
PHILADELPHIA, May 4
church havo'begun a national protest
SAN FRANCISCO, May 4. Tex
installment of 30,000 for the fight.
ST. LOUIS, May 4. Tho stato's
confession from a member of tho legislature who received lOOO'to vote
NEW LONDON, May 4. The
after the ship had collided with' another vessel. 'J
CINCINNATTI, May 4. Taft
feted hero last night.
NEW YORK, May 4. Tho directors of tho Southern Pacific wil
sell $100,000,000 worln of oil londs and divide tho proceeds among.il
WASHINGTON, May 4. The records of the supreme court . otl
wimriui oi vjoiumniu nave uuen uxeu
had shirked his duty in tho Oregon
IS NO MORI
Prolonged Illness-Was iT
of England. ' It is , safe to say
of tho' Russian dclogate who left
by violence by another Russiaa be-!
last night and tho , Russians took
i ; . i
A portion of the city of Cattegu'
are fleeing from the city
senate insurgents declare they will
contain an item to provide
Donald Black an authoress
minors mado an attack oiiVtt
master stroko if the ureat .pmvers
league of peace not solelj' to.
for the physical cotiditionofftt.
He is returning fromytho'sol,'
. - i;'-''
Russian women wiro4are7e'ngaged(
was presented with a gold niCdiu
big fighters met yesterday. t
1 hey will tneot again on. M
Senator Mason said yesterday
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places aim nc was not sur
of Harrimanwill wodfer
in' tho pensionilh
from' tho ltflicoqkT
Waiohiuu to iie'pres'ei
the gang in Manoa yes't
Local members of. tlio
against tho Jeffries-Johimnificht.
Rickard has deposited thacond
attorney has secured a, complete
crew of . thq.Lcgonior was rescuecl
and tlio German ambassador won?
so as not' ui snow inav liamiiK