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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. AUGUST 0, i9J0
What is Best for Maui
is Best for the News
The Rush for Mountain Raymond
Homesteads Climbing Ranch
Applicants Want the Floor of Will be Essayed by the Trail Goes Thru a Big Bond Issue
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naleaKaia traier aim. aim muuuuiiu uuu. kcw trustees in tnarge.
Tint the new homestead law js a ah onori win oc maue 10 organ- a lanu deal involving more than
vnrv .rnnular measure and that tlic nzc a trail ana Mountain uul forty thousand acres and a lond is
landless are ready to avail them- which will seek to reopen two or sue of "$135, (XX) was consummated
selves of its liberal provisions are more of the across-the-Iao-moun- yesterday, when the Raymond
ciuito apparent to judge by the fov- tain-range trails, once commonly Ranch, on the Island of Mnui, was
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rish eagerness with which me useu in omen nines. placed in new nanus, ami riu,uuw
ountrv people are making.applica- One of these trails followed the worth of bonds -held hy the Yater-
tions and sending in petitions for lao stream into the fastness of Ka- house Trust Company were cancel
homesteading on public lands. Ivach pela, where it crossed a precipitous ed. James H. Raymond and his
applicant wants as much of an ridge, now so overgrown with rank wife, Phoebe K. Raymond, executed
eichtv acre farm uirvqd out ot tnc mountain nrusn mat ior nuy years a lirst mortgage to the Hawaiian
,ii.lin ilnmnins as he can lay hands past it has been a lost trail. Its Trust Company, to secure the
on. People in Kanaio want a very location has been forgotten, '1135,000 issue. James H. Raymond,
"ranch homestead'' whatever, that except at one tune parties have J. M. Dowsett and C.I). Lufkni
be and according to their crossed over from Lahaina to Wai- were named as trustees to direct the
ideas 'the proper size of one should luku, or vice vesa by going up Lau- management of the ranch, and the
be 200 iicro3. Hawaiians who have niupoko and down the lao Valley First National Rank of Wailuku was
i.,,ia nf tlmir own barelv have to Wailuku. The trail would bo designated as acent of the hoard of
one over ten acres in area, and it is classed a pleasant myth, but for the trustees
to see under the eighty acre written accounts given hy parties The deed of mortgage included the
limit that almost every one ot them who crossed the mountain hy said original Raymond lumen ot lo.uuu
5 plicible to make an entry on the trail. The most notable account be- acres, 25,000 acres of leased govern-
nublic land under the new law. ing that ot rnncess isaincnaena and rpent lands, two leases lor the ueve
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Tliev known aim aro anxious to inrs. uuuu, wno were carried over lopment oi irrigation water ai ion
; ml f.ilfi' on a slice of the by sure-footed mountaineers on noli and Kamaole. several small
nublic land before the favorable law maneles", whatever such contrap-tracts of land and water franchises,
iu nirn in altered to the detriment oi uons arc, irom vyaiiUKU over me ami an the nvo biock, iceu, nnpie-
tho landless ones, The homestead mountains to Lahaina on the other ments and other personal property
buir is abroad and it's a sluggish side, 1 hat may bo the custom then, connected with the land.
man who has not felt its hito, hut the members of the Trail and The First National Rank of Wai-
Longirig ClfiS&p turned on every Mountain will sidestep train this luku is to have flio direct control ot
t nnn.VilH n lands, anil lest sort oi minion carrying, the ranch, ami an agent wmcn mo
iuhv ui t,w,rirTTi" ' . i ...... I . . ... ...
However, a healtny Uesiro to bank will appoint is to have general
oniulato or excel in mountain climb- supervision of the property. The
.. f nmvnrnmrint land is being ing feats is abroad, and a few men bank is to receive $100 per month
Proposes to Improve Track
at Spreckels' Park.
The Maui Racing Association held
a meeting at the Maui HotoJ, Tues
day evening last, Aug. 2d, and after
the usual preliminaries Treasurer
J. Garcia presented the following
statement of Rwjeciptsand Disburse
ments, for one year to July 28, 1!)I0.
Balance on lmml July 7th,. 1909...,$ 18.60
Total dues received during year... 267.50
Initiation fees received . 245.00
Entrance fees July 4, 1910 845.50
Donations ; 405.00
Stall privileges 75.00
Gate moneys 2150.75
Refreshments, knife privilege and
Secretary's salary for 1909 $ 100.00
Secretary's salaryfor 1910 100.00
Sundry printing during year 37-35
Sundry' ndvertisim; 22.50
Labor on track 248.15
Gate men svoo
urses paid 2125.00
Hand $50 transportation of band
R. R. Merchandise Dep't 174.66
Dinners and music-Maui Hotel... 121.15
Sundry items pipe etc 90.98
Halance Cash 011 Hand July
HONOLULU'S MILK DIRTY
SUGAR BEET FOR LANAI
Gardinal Mery deYal Will Resign Ballinger
Refuses to Be Sacrificed.
a bit ofgo&jWl might bo passed
in tho rushjfemost every known
tract of GovWirnent land is heipg
applied for byWmc, and good or who love adventures in the open air for its services and Messrs. Ray
waste land loolpiii aliko on paper, aro seripusly thinking of a Trail and moud, Dowsett and Lufkin will be
The other ayfal number of pea- Mountain Club to reopen tho ahan- in the capacity of a board of direct-
nlo cot togetUeR'tfOT Mukeua with doned mountain traps netwecn wai- ors.
the idea of asking! that all of the litku and Iahaina, ' The lwnds will bo duo August 1,
public lands infthVdistrict of Ilonu- A. second trail to he reopened will 1930, though the board of trustees
and in tlvivwil&Pwie putHiou all northur" rim of the Jno Gorge to the ten years or on August 1 of any year
the lands in Iionwaiun woro emuH summit, thenoc down tho western between lvzO anil ivsv. liieproiiw
moratcd, includiogia tract of 4500 aulc, to kamum vaUoy, emerging at of the rancli will be distributetl by
known aSXthq ahupuaa ot Mount Ketreat above Uuuuna. I Ins the board of trustees
and locftt&dV on tho Hoor is said to be tno most accessible trail The ranch, according to the pro-
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wimn lcmindeaathat the tract in a piaco wnoro 11 crosses a mg Kept in goou conuniion,, niu aw
,.,- nnnt for honsteiding purposes rock', itself a continuation of the ridge failure to pay taxes or insuvance or
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nf flio nntitioncraremarKeu luai over which inu irau ruua. vjii uiuiui to Keep vno vnmv1 vrvvWW 111 Misv-
tmrr. was inclutlcdlS'ontthe list side the ridgf drops oil a sheer pre- rate condition will give the bond
ao'asiiDt to miss apyjfg, land cinice, accessible plY t hTK It holders a. rigbt tojoieclose,
1 i iw. - xi i. i . i.i i..-.i.i.w. ;i ...if a.. a. xi... . , 4. . ... ,. i.
i j)ft may pp lyjn(j aupljlwmeijinafc is tiiui w iwiiuui nsii iu aji i mo nrvhem mu? mure me-
' w9& and rock under tho weight of a pas.- 4,500, hejvd of fine eatUe on the
l?.qidonts of Kanaio, Wlipjaare sing iraveier H""" uu pnsscu nmuii, ivtuiu iui mhu uviuv
permitted to (al
also applying for homesteadsonjlicpviien a sun uree.u is MiuyiuB, iV Wu nngus. ouus.
f!nvnr.,n.ent tract there, havoibew at BUch times ftpy nio venttuing, on cattle must no,t be
.i!wi tn take un homefeteaWim ita snifloth surfape yill bp bowii off beloy .OPQ,
AiPiUnitn the vallev below, which may Th articles of i
t. in ieriuu uuni t r r
ohuli and KeoKea tract jn jyiu iiiMLjiiny tv vtp m wi'is'tkki ihm- uu whi wk m u.Hiwiuuimiv
Kt ihnv appm to nrefor a homeste.Kl nlng not, 4ii tue suuy ia uaimeu signs irom tno uoaru oi irusiees lie
nmonc the rock ribbed hillsidesMiSown that an adventurous New may nominate his successor. If ho
Kanaio, where giant powtier inns wi jvnguum p.wiu iuhu vm. auuUm uiu uciuiuhh,i.hi0,ih,.i.-
be used in digging holes, xnuy, losi ins ino wiuiu smiu paieu ma muu .uu u.vv"f
.,,., norfectlv willing to lctwthe i tions back, and his grave can still Do member ot Uio, bowl, irbotli hua
golden opportunity of getting;fertile seen in the olU toreign cemeiery at njul ami WHO uio, jiunes narvey
;Mv nnm farms in the Kulafcorn Lahaina. Raymond, Jr., will become a trustco,
hmds no to othei-s, eveiiSLaugh I Tho aplce pf danger add zest provided he ia of age at that time;
I' " p . .' ..p'Jmlai :i L i, i i f 'n,.ii r. if ho is not twontv-ono vears old.
' xflHW I . ' ....... I tln Qiiwi vmir ninTTiliorrf (11 Ihn ni'lPin-
pepessary to pugra e uuu wwu u.. .... .... , Jnl som& to
wnMi n sRoon net can diRont a bag tain CUlb,
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IS WantCCl. MN ., ..:.. 1,..,,1,... nftlm nroliiliif inn forp.
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now and again in order Bgjgl the mettle, the licrvo, the endurance pfon th0 younger
..,i.ornuMt.hnl for makinglenas nieet and tne quai ties u g uiu lUivmanu readies ins majority.
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i.. nnnrsn nf H vear.WItus said niak uk of a good moral an( soipm m case iaukhi or voym leaves,
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1 .I.l....in:AIl.llWIII !.... .. Will II lkl II.
H,p reason W 'W Tr r , ., !.. ' .. ho Men slmU elect wwwap
prefer their little rocK nnum kuic- wortn wn, e w w .u. f j,aav,ll(W, M ll0
anas is becauso pf the abnndanco of member of tjie select cirpjo pf te , occupy tho AfaKee
n0i. nt. the seaside whureiRjvy man Maui branch ot thoTnm H1 iMonn-. homestead on the ninoh and receive
Keola, formerly of the Advertiser,
defunct Alnine Club, recently an
Within a Sliort lUUOBCvur.v iuwi V , . ' . ... i n ,:.. r n ri.i, : i.,.t tr.
' ' i ;.. Jr4l.TST..1.wl ia nil A 11111. WHO lias lllSt DOOUOtl UI) .. " "
of tip pumicuom ,, V' f, midor and mav have held un absorb a newspaper, the Maui News, aui!
of Maui Will oeui "ffil"""- lJ1 ,.: i i ,sti, i, oinnu. boom and boost that island to tU Uwlt.
hoineatcnuew, cxCt.p -- ; . unU1 ,m . c. c. C. has be?n rtaiug tbiugs ia tUeJ
?,,u Tr' A ;1 or other ca.ngaign begins, is tho chief Star, printery, and the fame of his talents
waioium . t,... V..rv unmi r Tv'pn n baviuu been heralded even unto Uie;
S0 t0 ST tSS3 obea ic: Mmii,
minir aunuen ior. uia w , .... 8 i vi.ifril ir i1in;irt li'lir and
he yanous positions of editor,
foreiu.au, printer and reportorial
understood, will teach hu
;z : iwWiraa.fii.rs. laoiuountuina, .uWB...uSUu..-vW
Secretary and Treasurer.
Wailuku, Maui, July 28, 1910.
The report was duly approved.
The following applicants for
membership were admitted: W. P.
Crockett, J. W. Searle, A. Gerner,
II. Kunewa, W. P. Pogue, Chas.
Wilcox and Geo. Freeland.
A protest liled by J. Onishi, own-
or of Telephone Tenyu against the
riding of the judges in the fifth race
was rcail. This was tho race be
tween Young Sam and Telephone
Tenyu, which the judges had ruled
to be no. race, because the iockov
had pulled up Young Sam, when
01mg Sam got badly hurt in the
right front hoof. "After some dis
oussiou over the rulet, the Associa
tion voted to overrule tho judges
and give the 100 purse- to the own
er of Telephone Tenyu.
A motion was made to authorize
tho executive committee to make
alterations of tho track and grand
stand to-meet changed conditidns i
possible. This was seconded and
carried, and the meeting adjourned.
Yerga of Separating.
tit. I'aulMinn., July 115. Local
oflicialrt interested in the convention
of the National Conservation Vai'ty,
which meets in St. Pavd. in, Septem
ber, will l.eiyo ouight for Clncago
vlem thpy will lipid a, conference
with Gilford Pinchot, Presidcut .
N- Palmer aud Sccr,ctai;y 'f lnvnas It
Shipp pf tho cQigvess regarding the
progVftiWV4 WX tho meeting. Some
of tle fmtiux's of tho programme
hnw Iwen objected to as having a too
decided leaning toward tho Pinchot
side of tho Hilllnger controversy
It was predicted today that if no.
agreement is reached at the confer,
enco tomorrow, a splt in tho con
servations to.vct'si may eitsue aw
Kansas City get tho 'confess, while
i new. conservation organirtitlon
more friendly to the Tft adminis
tration uuiy lw formed in Minnesota
, - r"Trrtia,i mv ativeiuuro huo n o u iwi unniK juhb-
T tnd cane yl e;a lu les and ho lost pathway oyer tho takeup t
planted ip. aivfi mMMm between Olowalu and lao, ami manager,
petitions niui nil . '' n nveriim the lost trail oyer the Clark, it U
,.hniP 11HSCO OI lail" IVJV Wii.K Kunt.il I"
Xhough the federal law, as stated by
Dr. Norgaard, jienuits the s;vle of tuber
cular meat providing it passes the rcgu
lutions of the government, the local
slaughter house and meat companies are
not taking advantage of it. Star.
(jn closed one Week for allowing a
, whom tho Washington authorities
celebrating his freedom as other Uus-
llONOLULU, Aug. 5. Attorney C. W Ashford has been retain
ed to light for McComber in the law suit .over Col. Norris' rancli.
Oflicials of the American- Hawaiian Steamship Company in New
York have cabled Prear to grnt the wharf license privilege asked for
lUtfon the scote of its beir.V a public necessity.
rLanai beets are said to be ich 111 sugar, and a company has been
formed to go ahead with tho beet sugar industry at Lanai on a large
The Pantheon Saloon has b
fight on the premises.
Vasilief, the Russian agitate
decided to bo not an anarchist, ill
Old 110 wi i t 1
Trout accuses Land Commit lioner Marston Campbell with trying
to dissuade homesteaders from taking up public lands and of operating'
against opening plantation landEifor them. Trent has found a few'
knot holes in the new land laws.
Automatic telephone will be in operation within threo weeks.
SAN SEBASTIN, Spain,, Aug. 5. Insurrection has broken out
in three of the northern provinces. It is the result of dissatisfaction
with tho premier.
ROME, Aug. 5. There is a rumor to to the effect that Cardinal
Mery de Val has expressed the wish to resign his position as tho Vati
can's Secretary of State after the controversy with the Spanish Gov
ernment is settled.
NEW Y'ORK, A.ug. 5. E. Simmons, Presidont of the 4th Nation
al Bank, died last night.
ST. PAUL, Aug. 5. Ballinger still insists in saying that there.is
no plan to settle Republican factional differences by haying him re
sign and furthermore he will not resign.
SANTA ROSA, Cal., Aug. 5. The torso of Mrs. Kendall haBbeen
found. . It is now certain that three momhers of tho family were mur
dered. The missing Japanese servant suspected of the crime has been
traced to Oakland.
MUSKOGEE, Okla., Aug. 5. Tho name of Vice-President Sher
man has been dragged through the mire in connection with the Indian
and frauds here. '
HONOLULU, Aug. 4. Adolph Kroll, son of a clergyman at St.
Andrews Cathedral died from lockjaw, following being run over by an
auto driven by a Japanese employed by Harriet Castle Coleman. No
blame is attached to the chaiieur.
The Governor will not sign tho lease for wharf privilege until
after ho hears from the people of Hilo.
Indications are that llustace will get the Republican nomination
Norgaard, the Territorial veterinarian, declares Honolulu milk to
he very dirty, and suggests that affected cows be subjected to tho Pas
Douthitt will not be a candidate for city and county attorney.
Company II., of the 20th Infantry has just returned from around
the Island hike. The men underwent a genuine endurance test, and
were fed for thirty-six hours on emergency rations only, which was
quite a test.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 4. A plot whereby hundreds of Chinese
would he admitted into the country has been unearthed by the arrest
of a Chinese attache of the Pederal Court. There aro others bolieved
to havo a hand in the game. Investigations will follow.
HONOLULU, Aug. li. Ureekons through disclosures made by a
Korean unearthed a white slavo case while recently on Maui. A
Russian, a Japanese together with a Russian girl are arrested.
John Patterson of Hamakuapoko is held under a $1,500 bail.
The report of Chas. (Jlapp's death is premature, although, he is
not expected to recover from illness.
Private MoBuggin of the Fifth Cavalry was killed in a ball game.
The sohooner James Ralph is ashore at Point San Pedro. Schooner
and oargo a total loss.
HONOLULU, Aug 3. The suit brought by Mrs. D. Herblay
against the Estate of Col. Norris is for the recovery of money loaned.
She never sued Col. Norris for breach of promise Years back Col.
Norris secured funds from her, and then disappeared. Afterwards when
she located him she brought a suit and got judgment. L. A. Thurston
was hor attorney in tho case.
Chas, Clapp, who for several years was in the employ of tho In-tor-fsland
S. N. Company, died at Falmouth, Mass., a few days after
his marriage to a lady there,
W. Chas. Achi declares that Matheaon of tho Advertiser tried to
get his aid to securo tho nomination and election of Joe Cohen to the
senate. When ho failed Matheson started tho . story about running
Wiee. Andrews and Cohen havo statements in this morning's paper.
Tht Honolulu Iron Works Co. got a big contaact for erecting an
other sugar mill at Formosa.
Mclnerny will not start work on his new big King Street block till
after tho Federal building has been commenced.
Richardson was fined $30.00 for beating up three people in an auto.
Lucas Bros, secured the contract for erecting an $80,000 building
at the Pantheon block, corner of Hotel and Fort Streets.
Tjio supervisors will try to stop.Magoon from putting up a build
ing on King and Kapiolani Streots.
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