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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 910
What is Best for Maui
is Best for the News
Large Yote Polled, Result Indicates
The Republican prima rirsthrmigh
out'the County passed nlf quietly.
In Wnlhttcu, where there 'was a.
strenuous fight between the Cast! and
Kepoikai factions for delegates, the
ivsiilt. Hpnnis to show n victory for'
n,i9f. Nnlnw is the- result in the
COUNTV AND DISTRICT OCLCQTES.
1st Precinct, Luiiai Chas. Gay
2ml Precinct. Honolua R. C
3rd Precinct, Lahniim- Geo. H.
Dunn. C. R. Lindsey, Chart. Make-
kau," Phillip Pali, E. Waiaholo L.
Weinzheimer, 0. K- harden. .
4th Precinct, Olowalu D. Kua
fith Precinct. Wailuku--Jos. Am-
broso.Chas. Bailey, Jos. Cockett, W
F. Crockett, Geo.' H. Cummings,
Afivnuol Enoa. W. Enos. P. Good
ness, H. Howell, V. Kahalewailua,
Sol. Kekipi, Chas. Lake, Geo. V
Maxwell, .las. Moik'eha, 11. B. Pen
hallow." Geo. Ithoads, W. T. Robin-
son, P. Sommerfeld, Chas. "Wilcox
Gth Precinct, Waihce A. Gross,
S.Kaaihue, A, S. Kaholokai, D
Kaiwa, H. Kaiihaahaa.
7th Precinct, Ptiunene F. F
ttnlilwin. H. P. Baldwin, Jos
Freitas.M. PT Gomes, W. B. Har
ilfiv. Wm. Knahanui. Thos. Kea-
kua, Wm. Keauu, Dan.Quill, Wm,
Searby, J.B. Thompson, .John Vas
conccllos,. J. J. Walsh.
8th Precinct, Kihei -Wm. Feuer
-9th Precinct, Honuaula .1. I
Cockett, Guy S. Goodness.
40th Precinct, Kula Edgar Mor
ton, Luke Chan.
Kahuna, Joe Mor
Furlado, Sam E,
ris, Wm. Miner.
, : 12th Poecinct, llamakuapoko
H. A. Baldwin,-13. 0. Born, E.. A
Peck, D. C. Lindsay, W. G. Scott
Joe Souza. Joe Feteirra, John Me
deiros, James Kauka, Joe Mitchell
lit P. Robinson. P. N. Kahoktv
oluna, Heulu, Harry Kaleo
13th Precinct, Huelo J. Kaha
kauila, Horace Kekumu.
15th Precinct, Nahiku J. C.
Austin D. K. Kahookele. . . 'J
. lGth Precinct.'Hana W.P. Haia,
Geo. 0. Cooper, Sol, Aikau, John
Koko, John Wilcox, Ioba Kaui,
17th Precinct, Kipahulu, J. K,
Kapoi, J. B. Kamai, Levi Papalimu.
4 18 Precinct, Kaupo Chas.Smith,
K... Kamai, W. B Scott Hai. "
19th Precinct, Halawa Joel' Na
kaleka, J. Kamanao. .
20th Precinct, Pukoo T. T.
Meyers, H. R. Ilitcheock, Wnn
"Anahu, Kamai Kualopi.
21st Precinct, Kaunakakai Geo.
Cooke, J. N. Uahinui. (
TCRRITOHIAL DtLEQATES .
1 st Precinct, Lanai ; David Kaena
1kalani. 2nd Precinct, Honolua;,, J.
W.. Searle. 3rd "Precinct, Lahahia;
Wm. Heiming, Wm. Kaluakini.'4th
Precinct; Olowalu; P. Kanealoha.
5th Precinct, Wailuku; W. E. Bal,
E. IL Hart, S. Keliinoi. Gth Pre
cinct, Waihee; J. W. Kanui. 7th
Precinct, Puuneno; E. H. Deinert,
James Fantom, John Makahio. 8th
Precinct, Kihei; J. A. McLeod. flth
Precinct, Honuaula; Ed. Wilcox,
10th Precinct, Kula; Antone Fer
, nandez. 11th Precinct, Makawao;
A. F. Tavarea. 12th Precinct, Ha
makuapoko; E. B. Carley, John
Kaluna, A. J. Gomes. 13th Pre
cinct, Huelo; Joe Puu. 14th Pre
cinct, Keanae; J). W. Napihaa.
15th Precinct, Nahiku; II. H. Ka
uihou. lGth Precinct, liana;. feT).
K'akani. 17th Precinct; J. K. Kffi
poi. 18 Kiiupo; A. Vierra, ,"Jr?
19th Precinct; Halawa; JohnPili.
20th Precinct, Pukoo; Geo.' Kekipi".
21st Precinct, Kaunakakai; NMS.
Little Louis Manuel Swept Through
Reservoir Pipe and Drowned.
Monday morning last, the water-in I
the reservoir near the sand hills below
Waikapu was very low, and a number
of children wenttljero to gather shell
fish, commonly called fresh water
clams, which, were very plentiful in
the nearly empty reservoir. On
seeing many of his playmates going,
ittle Iiuis Manuel, ithc eight-year-
son of Kilohi Manuel of Waikapu,.
asked his mother for permission- to
go along with them. 'The mother
refused and told her son to keep
away from the reservoir as it was a
dangerous place. Nevertheless, while
the mother was busy with her house
work, Utile Iiuia Manuel- ran away
to join his playmates on what proved
to be his lust day with his boy
At the reservoir the, children weivt
to gathering .shell-fish and played
with one altdther as children will
Wtiile running about in the shallow
water about the underground outlet
Louis Manuel -Ml in and was swept
into the big outlet pipe. Some of his
playmate's caught hold of him and
tried tlieir best to pull him out, but
tho suction caused by water running
through the pipe was too strong.
He sliorjed from their grasp and
His playmates gave the alarm and
plowmen working m the nearby
canefields hurried to the scene too
late to be of any assistance to the
drowning boy. The gate of the out
let pipe was but partly open and the
body of the boy .caught there. The
men' had to work and turn the lever
for almost an hour before the Ixnly
got clear and washed out into the
ditch below the reservoir. When
picked up the Ixiy .had fastened his
tecthtinto his right, arm so tightly
that the flesh had to 1)0 cut . away
befori- the body, cbuld he prepared
for burial. -
Doputy Sheriff -Clement Crowell
.ftnd police Captain Chas. Lake went
11' - ' r- 1 M.Li. !...! It
Church of the Good Shepherd, Wailuku,
Building a Temple.
New Organization That Will Add
Greatly to Local Gaiety.
With a congregation of about 125
the-corner-stone of the new Church
of the Good Shephurd, the founda
tions of wliich are complete, was
laid by Canon Wm. Ault on
Wednesday, September 7th at 10
The 'day proved auspicious and at
the stated hour the members and
friends of the Church began to ar
rive and till was -in readiness on the
stroke of the clock.
The Rev. Dr. Weymouth of La
haina and Carton 'Ault were the,
only vislYuig clergymen, others be
ing kept away by school duties or
The procession formed in the Old
Church, and proceeded to the place
where the stone was to be laid
reading the 132 Psalm. Arriving
at the spot the Hymn Christ is
Made?, tho Sure foundation" was
sling, after which the service pro
ceeded to the Lessom which was
read by the Rev. Dr. Weymouth.
The list of deposits in the stone was
read and a short address was de
livered by the Rector of the Parish.
He stated that the native stone and
copper box was presented to the
Church by th Hawaiian Commer
cial and. Sugar Co., through Mr
F-. Baldwin and Mr. Searby, and
expressed the thanks of the congre
gation for this very worthy dona
tion. After the address Canon Ault
laid the corner-stone which bears
the simple inscription "Church of
the Good Shepherd 1910, in the
Name of tho Father, and of ihe
Son, and of the Holy Ghost."
The gavel used at' this ceremony
is a relic, and it is made of teak
and oak and copper taken from the
hulk of tho first vessel ever wrecked
in tho Columbia River the Syl-
. . . i
CHICAGO, Sept. 9. Theodore Roosevelt has refused to be the '
guest of bono at a banquet to be held herf, and to which Senator
Lorrinier, the man who acknowledged to have bought his seat in the
United States Senate, had benn invited. Tbe invitation was withdrawn
In his address, Roosevelt violently roasted the corruption in Illinois
the scene '-"and 'satisfied- thorn-
via de Grasse" at Astoria, Oregon,
in the early years of the last cen
tury. The gavel was used by the
present Rectorof theGood Shepherd,
ju?t- before -he left Oregon' last year,
in laying tho corner-stone oi an
lothcr Church, and so by connection
with France is a fitting symbol of
(that early Church in Gaul (now
'France) which furnished saints and
(martyrs of the early agefe who
jtraccd their authority .to ihe beloved.
idisciplc St. John who was the mv
mediate follower of ' the Good
Shepherd. Himself 1
Thus the warp and woof of reli
gious as well as secular commerchi
interests binds the worhl and tho
ages in one.
Wo were glajl to notice that
number of tho local ministers wi
present. Among tlie members was
one who informed us that she was
present when the Rev. Geo. B
Whipple began the Church work
here in tho GO's, and was among
tho first baptized in the old Church
Thus is- begun a new epoch of this
work in our midst. Tho past record
of the Church is in tho hearts and
lives of many far away m remote
corners of the earth, and of many
in our community. Tho future re
mains to be told.
Tho old wooden building in whic
niany sad as well as 'happy ex
periences have taken place, will be
used for parish work and schoo'
purposes. It has served its day
The new building is to bo more
durablo and is of reinforced concrete
Last week a few tennis enthu
siasts met and organized a Club to
be known as the ''Wailuku Tennis
Club." Tuesday evening the mem
bers of the club met at the home of
C. I). Lufkin, And adopted a con
stitution and by-laws, and trans
acted other routine business. A
tennis court has been secured
tuid men have been working on it
for the past week putting it in
shape. It js hoped to have tho
court in condition for play in about
two weeki The new tennis club
ill be quite an acquisition to the
social life of Wailuku, and it is
anticipated by the organizers to
develop some good contests in, the
It was voted at the meeting
'uesday evening that the initiation
fee should be 81.50 for both gentle
men and ladies. The dues for gentle
men shall' be four dollars per year,
payable six months in advance
jadies are to pay no dues, the ini
tiation fee admitting them to full
In order that a lively interest
may be taken in the development
of the new club, some of our public
spirited citizens might come for
ward and donate trophies for the
members to strive for, thereby
developing some of the material
here in Wailuku. 'After a few con
tests of this sort we might be able
to make ' a creditable showing with
some of the older clubs in an inter-
In order that the ladies may be
induced to Jake a deeper interest in
the game the Nkws wilt donate a
cup to be played for, undor rulesjaid
down by tho club. The only stipu-
ations being that it shall be won in
handicap tournament, and that
to own the cup,outright it must be
won three times by the same lady
The voflicers of tho club are C. E
Meyers, President; Alfred Martin
sen, Jr., Vive-president; 1. A
Lufkin, Secretary and Treasurer
The annual meeting of the club wil
be held the first Monday in Decern
ber, and all those joining bctore
that time will bo considered charter
Mr. p. K. Lucas and family arrived ou
the Claudine from Hilo, ou their way to
Honolulu. Mr. Lucas intends to return to
Wailuku iu about two months, for a stay
of two weeks.
MILWAUKEE, Sept. 8. Seidol the Socialist mayor of this city
has declined to . attend a reception to Roosevelt, saying he'did not
represent the people.
CONCORD, N. II., Sept. 7. The insurgents won tlieir first victory "
lere yesterday, and nominated Barnas for Governor.
MILWAUKEE, Sept. 7. ;La Follette was worsted in the prima-
ies here yesterday. Cook, a rormer member of Congress, defeated
NEW HANEN, Conn., Sept. 9. Professor Simeon Edwin Bald
win, of xalo (Jollego has been nominated for Governor of Connecticut.
SACRAMENTO, Sept. 7. The California Legislature will auth
orize a bond issuo for the Panama Exposition. An attempt was made,.,,,
n Republican Convention .to amend the rules in order to make the
endorsement of Taft stronger. A protest against this was followed by-'&
wild cheers. The insurgents seem to-be in complete control. S
SACRAMENTO, Sept. 9. All tbe Exposition bills have been
passed by the Legislature in session here.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 9. A three days' celebration of the six-
tieth anniversary of the admi6Bion of California into the Union began
yesterday. ' it
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 8. It is believed a Tong war has been 7
started here. In the Chinese, theatre last night, a spectator was shot !
and killed. The murderer escaped. f
ST. PAUL, Sept. 9. The Conservation Congress platform declares
in favor of United States control of .reservations. T
Relief fer, the Dupes.
THE HAGUE, Sept. 8. The International Arbitration Commis-.S
sion has decided five of the eleven points in the Newfoundland dispute
in favor of the United States. The balance in favor of Great Britain.
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 8. The Ballinger investigation committed
nas decided against him. Ihe Chairman ruled that when the vote
waB taken there vas not a quorum present, and decided the action of
the cotnmittee void. The committee will meet again Friday. '
tT a ou rTin'AM i i o n. . . t ry j
uiiomv.iiu, oujji. o, inn ijuiunmtjni oi vommerce ana ,a
Labor will send a representative to Hawaii, to investigate the Russian $
SAN FKANCISCO, Sept. 7 Lieut. Bullard has sailed for Hono
It having been learned from a
number of sources that Dan--Twee-
die, who visited these islands last
spring, had taken u number of sup
posed subscriptions for the San
Francisco Weekly American, and
that these same subcribers were
receiving the PetalumaPbultryman,
the Editor of tho News took the
matter up with the management of
the American, and laid the details
before them. In answer to our let
ter we received a communication
stating that the American had not
received any of the money or sub
scriptions from Tweedie, and that
he had been discharged from their
employ. They also stated that if
those people in the islands who have
been imposed upon by Tweedie will
send in their receipts, they will be
glad to forward the paper, without
any further payment of money. If
there are any of our readers who
have such receipts, and will forward
them to us, we will seo to it that
they receiVe tho paper for which they
lulu, to establish a camp for the instruction of National Guard officers.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 7.. Army estimates as approved by Presi-li
dent Taft have been reduced about one million dollars.
NEW YORK, Sept 9. The belief is general among foreigners
residing in ivorea, that tne united states will be forced into a war!
with Japan within the next five years.
PARIS, Sept. 9. Chauver reached an altitude of 8795 feet durin'gl
his flight here yesterday. ,
BINGHAMTON, Sept. 8. Congressman Weymouth was killedjil ;
in an auto accident here yesterday. " f
NEW YORK, Sept 9. Freddie Gebhard, the noted turfman, diedfe ,
here yesterday. , 1 f
OLD POINT COMFORT, Va., Sept. 9. An explosion of- fuel oil
occurred on the battleship South Dakota here, vesterday. Three sailors'!
were killed, and seven' others seriously injured. '
LONDON, Sept. 7. Moissant whoterossed the English channel?
recently, has completed a flight from Pana to London.
D. H. Case and Mrs. Case are spending
the week in Honolulu. Mr. Case is
making a business trip.
Honolulu News Items.
HONOLULU, SepJ. 7. It developes that A. V. Gear, has been
supplying money to Thayer for exploiting the Briar lauds in thej
Philippines. Gear may be called before the Grand Jury to explain
what he has done with the money belonging to the Sumner estate, as'
it is thought he has been usjnc this money in connection with Thayer,;'
Atkinson is opposed to any movement looking to discontinuance
HONOLULU, Sept. 8. The jury lias returned a verdict of death.
from a blow by an iron bar in the hands of McDulhe, in the case of thoj
crazed Chinaman who died yesterday. When the police found the
rnan he had a number of his countrymen in a collar, and war
threatening them with death.
Thirty Hindoos are huddled in tho immigration sheds awaiting)
deportation. They could not pass inspection.
Koreans here are supplying money to their countrymen at home.
A report comes from Kauai that a store on that island has been
robbed of $100 worth of woolens.
The Immigration question will be un issue in the coming elections
on this island.
It is again reported that the American-Hawaiian line will run
steflmers.direct from San Pedro to Honolulu.
HONOLULU, Sept. 9. At a .meeting of the Land Commission
yesterday Trent accused Cumpbell of circulating the report.tliat he had
been playing politics in connection with the Public Lands.
, The Fifth Distri:t goes against Lane for mayor.
K James Boyd will be a candidutolor chairman of the County Con,.
vention agaiuav uieu&uiio; , , .. , -... .. j jr'