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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, i910
What is Best for Maui
is Best for the News
MA II I
Only is Pure
Dr. Ma:kall Strongly Advociles In
troduction of New Progress.
"Absolutely the only pure milk
sold imywhcro in the world is tlmt
sterilized by the electric process,"
said City. Physician MackallTif Honoi
lulu recently. "I have been study
ing the process closely and have
seen it in operation' in .New York,
and I know what I aip talking about.
I Understand that the Dairymen's
Association is ilguringon installing
this process. If it does, it Vill be one
of the best things for the city that
"Milk,'1 said Doctor Mackall, "is'
next to bread, the principal food
product of the world. It is usually
consumed in an uncooked state,
which makes it all the more danger-ous-if
it is impure. Dirt is liablo to
get'into it from the clothing of the
employes of the dairies, . from hog
pens, horse barns, or swill barrels.
I really consider that all. dairy em
ployes should be obliged to wear
white 'clothing, as this would be
washed when it became soiled, while
colored clothes may be worn for
months with all their accumulation
of irerms. Another source 01 im
purity in Milk is the dirty hands o;
"Many epidemics of the zymotic
diseases are caused primarily by the
' use of impure milk diseases such
as tVDhofd fever, scarlet fever and
diptherin. These usually originate
from the water supply or through
sickness among those working' on
the dairies. Also, diseases of the
udder, such as tuberculosis, are fre
quently transmitted m milk.
"Some bacteria from acids and
- gases; among them is the lactic
acid bacteria, which causes souring
of the milk by breaking ,up the mill
sugar into lactic acid. lhee can
be killed by a low temperature, aB
they do not have spores. They are
usually introduced into the milk by
dust and pieces of hair. Diarrhea
and vomiting are caused by the acids
formed as a result of fermentation
"A heavy mortality results from
the' use of impuro milk and every
thing that could be done to diminish
the sale of milk that is not pure
- tends to increase the healthfulness
of the community."
Dr. Mackall explains that pas
teurization only partially purifies
milk. It destroys part of the bac
teria, but not all of them. Stcriliza
tion, oii the other hand, destroys
all the bacteria. It is much harder,
however, to destroy the spores than
it is the bacteria, long and continued
heating usually l)einf? required. It
may take three or four days to stcr
ilize milk by heat, and this is man
Pasteurized milk requires great
care in handling, and the bacteria
grow faster after the milk has once
been pasteurized. Pasteurized milk
is usually unpleasant to the taste
and difficult, if not impossible, to
"The Goucher electric process of
sterilizing milk," says Doctor Mac
kall, insures absolute Bterility. The
component parts of the milk are
maintained, its digestive powers in
creased, and its flavor improved
The process consists in passing the
milk first through sterilized cotton
batting to remove foreign-impurities
and then exposing it to an electn
current of high potentiality. The
product is absolutely f reo of bacteria
spores and all other organisms
The cream is heavier, and the di
gestivo properties and taste are nn
V pro veu.
v lne process is ono rcquuing
I very expensive machinery, but
'the Dairymen's Association, or any
A other dairy, introduces the process
in will mean mat every dairy on
lOahu will lmvo to take steps to hav
jits nunc sterilized by tno same pro
(cess. Electromilk' is sold in New
(York,' where it is fast driving every
thing else off the 'market. I hope
I we shall get the process here, for it
willf greatly improve the 'health of
Cattle Raiser Makes Long Trip From
iVll the way fiom Hawaii to Los
ngclcs for a saddle! Not many
people would make the journey for
no other purpose. The one who
would and did arrived yesterday
morning, and left yesterdaye veiling
on the Owl for San Francisco, to
ail us soon as possible for his home
in Maui. t
L. Von Tempsky, one of the big
gest cattle raisers in the islands,
whose ranoh is atllaleakala, is the
man a bluff, hearty individual, in
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an rmgnsn tourists suitanu cap.
No white collar decorated the
neck or set off the deeply-burned
face of the traveler. A soft collar
of "cream color and pink stripe,
bordered by the edges of a heavily
tiedmaroon four-in-hand, seemed
just the thing for him.
"My business isn't any of your
business, lie remarueu, witn a
twinkle in his blue eye, which rest
ed beneath a heavy gray fringe of
" I came over to get a saddle,"
le continued, in answer to a ques
tion. You see, our horses have
roach-backs you call them sway
backs over here and, the ordinary
American saddle fits them at both
ends, just like putting a pole from
mo bank to another of. a ditch."
Surprise was expressed that he
came all the way to 1ah Angeles
just for a saddle.
"No, I came to get several saddles
of the same kind, if you must know.
Feel better no"w? Iv'e'been doing
business with one firm in this City
for a good many years, and so here
I am, and, by the way, here 1 go.
Got to catch the Owl in half an hour.
The traveler's father was a soldier
of fortune, Count von Tempsky of
Portland, who, after the downfall of
his own country, fought under many
HaKs and was finally killed in an
engagement with the Maoris.
It vas in that country that the
son was born, ins motner was an
Englisli woman of- gentle blood.
The son, inheriting the spirit of his
father, has wandered over the face
of the earth for many years.
In his journeys ho arrived in Ha
waii and nnaliy landed on iuaui.
Here he acquired one of the largest
single land areas of the land and
proceeded to raise cattle. ' He has
been raising cattle for years, and,
as ;a result, is rcputeu to no very
wealthy. Los Anuklks Times.
lao More Beautiful
Than New Zealand.
"These Islands contain the most
declared Sydney ilobcn on Ins re
turn from a highly successlul six
weeks' concert tour of Hawaii and
Maui, says the Advertiser.
"I have always placed Milford
Sound in New Zealand first in ex
quisite scenery, but last week when
I gazed from the tableland in lao
Valley on that superb range of
mountains piercing the clouds
densely clothed in every glory of
green, with long waterfalls pouring
down, and with a swollen torrent
rushing along at my feet witl
deafening roar, I changed my mind
and henceforward the lao Valley
will stand in my mind for the most
perfect beauty. One can not
imagine anything moro beautiful
And yet people told me that on the
other side of Maui there was still
Waiuku Ljj,ht Company
D..!IJ III 1J!4I..
UUIIU I IUIII lUIMHIIiUCIjr.
Formally months Ihc resident's
of this section of Malii have been
kept on the qui vivo over announced
mproveinents in the lighting ar
rangements, which never material
ized, until now, if ono is heard talk
ing about electricity he is locked at
When the Wailuku Electric Com
pany first received their charter it
was intended to install a large plant
suitable for light and wower. It
was thought ,at that time that Ka-
ului would have a large wharf
where the American Hawaiian
freight steamers would receive their
freight from elevators operated by
electricity. When that scheme fell
through, however, it Was found
necessary to readjust the plans to
suit new conditions. No sooner
had the new plans been perfected
when it was learned that the Kahu
lui railroad had made arrangements
for securing electric power from the
pumping plant ol tliell. U. ot o.
Co.'s molasses tank. This change
placed the electric company in the
same position as they had been before
This time however, the company
think they Jiavo got down to an ab
solutely sure working bases, and are
going ahead on a lighting plant
only. It-is intended to install a 1000
iglit plant, and things have pro
gressed so far along this line, that
it is expected actual work on the
plant will be begun in a short time.
The Kahului railroad will wire and
nstall lights in Kahului, working
under the charter of the Wailuku
Electric Co., -after which the whole
system will be taken ocr by the
latter. It is the intention of the com
pany to push things along rapidly
from now on, so that the people of
Wailuku and Kahului, may reason
ably expect electricity both in their
homes and on the street within six
List of Jurors for
the October 1911 Term.
The, following names have- been
drawn to serve on the Grand and
Trial jury for the October term.
Drawn August 22, 1910; Return
able October 19, 1910.
Grand Jurors:. D. T. Carey, W.
F. Cole, George Copp, W. L.
Decoto, T. P. Downey, A. J. Fer-
nandes, J. P. Foster, A. I). Fur-
tado, J. Garcia, Thos. Hussey, Geo.
K. Kunukau". A. H. Landgraf, E
R. Lindsay, H. McCubbin, D. Moo
kini, Allen Newton, Ernest Paul,
George Rhoades, W. Robb, Geo. B.
Schrader, It. C. Scarlo, Jr., A. II.
Silva, R. A. Wadsworth.
Trial Jurors: Sam Alo, E. C.
Battelle, E. O. Born, Jos. Cockett,
Arthur W. Collins, Geo. Cooper,
John Eberly, Jas. T. Fantom,
Antonc Garcia, Geo. Gibb, W. B
Hardy, Chas. Knackstadt, Jas. It
Love, D. C. Lindsay, C. D. Lufkin,
Liwai Mahiai, John Makahio, Ot.to
S.Meyer, Paia Naki, P. F. Peck,
A. L. Recard, II. W. Rice, II. F
Robinson, II. E. Savage, W.Tilton.
Get Rid of Mosquitoes.
Benson Smith & Co. of Honolulu
are advertising a mosquito elimina
tor in another column of the news
This remedy lias been used sucess-
lully m Honolulu, and it prove a
blessing m those communities in
fested with the pest. -
Impressive Services Held in the Union
Church and at the Grave.
Judge E. II. Rogers, late District
Magistrate of Lahaina, was born in
Wailuku, August 7, 1878. He was
educated in the Wailuku public
school and in the Hilo Boarding
School for boys.
In 1897 he entered the Wailuku
police force under Sheriff L. M. Bald
win and, through faithfulness to
his duties, waspromoted to be the
Sheriff's Clerk, an office ho retained
under Sheriff Saffery until commis
sioned district magistrate for Laha
ina in April, 11)00.
Being a consumptive -his friends
hoped a change of residence to La
haina would benefit his health,
which did improve for a year: but
shortly after moving into the new
residence he had built for himself
last July, a recurrence of his old
troubles came on resulting in several
severe- hemorrhages until' the jit-
teniung pnysician declared bis case
to be hopeless. The cud came
Wednesday, August 31, 1010, and
his body was brought over to Wai
Bevcrcnds R. B. Dodge and L. B
Kaumeheiwa conducted the funeral
service at the Wailuku Union
Church, at which the deceased was
a member, and at the Wailuku
Cemetery where the interment took
place in the family burial plot.
The funeral was a very largeone,
the procession being headed by the
police, under Deputy Sheriff Clem
Crowell, followed by the firemen
under Jos. F. Welch, Chief Engineer,
E. II. Rogers married Ellen
Brown, cousin of Mrs. W. T. Robin
son ill 1005, and leaves his widow
and his two sisters, Miss Zelie
Rogers and Mrs F. Sommerfeld to
mourn for him.
Exchange of Land at liana.
The principal .matter discussed by
tlw advisory land board at its meet
ing last Monday, w.is an exchange
of land between the Territory and
the Kaeleku Sugar Company. The
purpose of the exchange was to sup
ply the town of Hana with public
land for a parks school grounds and
stable grounds. About wi acres
are involved in the transaction, tho
plantation obtaining by it land be
tween Kawaipapa and Mokeleliua
Mr. Campbell explained that the
motion for exchange came from the
county board of supervisors, rather
than the plantation, which, he un
derstood7"ls not over anxious to see
the deal go through.
Against this exchange an object
ion was idled with the board, and
signed by Marion Cabral and fifteen
others, asking that the Kawalpapa
lands 1)0 opened to homesteading
Kuhio Will Comer
To Maui Soon.
The Nkws is in a position to stato
authoritatively that Delegate Kuhio
will come to Maui, and will address
tho voters of this county.
While in Honolulu recently,
representative of the Nkws saw Ku
hio, and talked with him, and the
Prince said if the people wanted
him ho would come, probably on his
return from Hawaii. The Prince
has aweak throat at present, thus
making it necessary that he speak
very little until the actual work of
tho Campaign commence It is now
up to tho County Republican Com
mittce to issui an official invitation
and arrange for Kuhio's reception
when he comes to Maui.
f I'liCIAl TO "Villi
Sugar 4.425 Beets 18s 3j4d.
Korean Attempts Murder.
HONOLULU, Sept. 2. Lee
Korean convention, here, attempted to kill Toy Young Joe, another
Korean, for supplying to the N,iipu Jiji information against Koreans! '
Die victim is expected to die. The
SAN FUA'NCISCO. Aug. 31.
for over 10,000 of thoir countrymen,
HONOLULU, Aug. 31. Local
sovereignty of Japan, V
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Aug. 81.
primaries here yesterday.
CHICAGO, Aug. 81. President
system, declared at the investigation yesterday that tourist traffic
would dimmish as a result of recont
OSSAWAMATIE, Aug. 31.
yesterday, jt being the 54th anniversary of the successful defense of
this place by John Brown the abdMonist and his followers, aguinst a i
crushing force of Missourians.
PITTSBURG, Sept. 2. A number of striking miners were arrest
ed yesterday, and charged with conspiracy. .
NEW YORK, Sept. 2. Mrs.
picion for smuggling $100,000 worth of jewelry has been acquitted.
She aB hold however, for smuggling
WASHINGTON, Sept. 2. The
according to the recont census is nearly fivo millions.
Roosevelt Against Corruption
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 2. Col.
about 18,000 people. In his speech
thing, pertaining to corruption. ,
corrupt wealth, and email politics.
Workingman's Compensation Act.
T)IT i?DT r ni 4 oi
till lnvimr nf tn nnriior'ctmm nf (1m
- -"J (J watw uniu j vllv
READVILLE, Mass., Aug. 31.
here yesterday by three lengths.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 31.
weight boxer, and b rankle Hums
be no decision by-the referee.
10KIQ, Sept. 1. Tho Pacific
quarantine at Yokohama, with a
SARATOGA, Sept. 1. Novelty won the futurity stakes here!
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 1. Joseph Leddy, once auent of the Sea-1
man s Union in. Honolulu, has killed a sailor on the water front here?
sAlN FRANCISCO, Sept. 1.
day on tho b. b. WilheJmnia, for
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 1.
Burns here last night in their boxing cor.test.
BELMONT, Sept. 1. Austin
here yesterday for the golf championship.
NEW YORK, Sept. 1. Augustine Heinze, the Montana Copper?
King was married yesterday to a
CONSTANTINOPLE, Sept. 1.
diplomatic .relations of Turkey and
CLEVELAND, Sept. 2. Glenn
miles over wator yesterday, from
is another world's record.
CARSON CI li,. Sept. 2.
mile of Glen Brook, Cake Tahoe.
ATLANTA, Sept. 2. Hoke Smith, who has been nominated by
the Democrats for Governor of Georgia, has also received the endorse
ment of that State for President.
Honolulu News Items.
HONOLULU, Aug, 31. The
Honolulu in October. f
The Young Hotel Compa'ny is planning many improvements in
the hotels under its control.
Tho Canadian Australian Company, which is operating steamers,
between Australia, Hawaii and Vancouver has gone back to its ohl
schedule of prices.
HONOLULU, Sept. 1. Kuhio has expressed the opinion that .the
liquor men are altogether too much in evidence in tho present cain;
paign. The Prince will leave for Hawaii on Saturday, in a yacht.
Victor Clark has arrived from the coast and will be Bcieqtific in
vestigator at tho Land and Immigration departments, which it is un
derstood are to be combined.
Ed Paris has been elected president of the Commercial Club. 1
The eatate of the late Alexander Young has been appraised for
over a minion uoiiars.
Work has been commenced on a powerful battery of searchlights
which is to be installed on Diamond Head. , .
. . Tho Hawaiian Rillo Team secured sixth place in the regimental
team contest at Camp Perry, Ohio. 1
Song of Kauai, a delegate to the
wouldbe murderer did not resist
Eighty Koreans, claiming to speak
will refuse to swear allegiance to
Koreans refuse to recognize the.
The Prohibitionists won in the
Kitley of the Santa Fe railroad' '
interference with the rates. '
great celebration took place here
Adriance who has been under sus
some small articles.
population of New York City, -
Roosevelt spoke here yesterday, to !
he declared himself atrainst everv-f
He said he would wage war against
o - j .
Roosevelt also endorsed the Federal
t i i i-i
nant V AT P A K.. M .
I1C1I J., 111., J. i , UUliUlIJg, t-
Bob Douglass won the derbv
Owen Moran the English light
will fight here toniglit. There will
Mail steamship Manchuria is. inl
suspected case of plugue 011 board!
Many school teachers sailed yester
their Hawaiian homes.
Owen Moran defeated Frankiel
White defeated Vincent Whitney!
Miss Henderson an actress. .
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A rupture has occurred in the
Curtis Hew a distance of 12(1 '
Cedar Point to Euclid Beach. Thisl
Forest fires are within one-quarter
Cruiser South Dakota will come to