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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1904
NUMBER 2
Wtassr CARDS
dTToTJtr
And NoTARYfeoafig
LAHAiNA,
MAUI
M. S. DEPONTB,
AlTORNEY AT.'LAW
PAIA,
MAUI.
5JN0S VINCENT
Attorney at Law
Notary Public and Agent to Grant
Marriage Licenses.
PAIA
MAUI
W. F. CROCKETT
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WAILUKU,
Maui.
0. W. ASHFORD
Attorney & Counsellor
at Law
HONOLULU, HAWAII.
DANIEL H. CASE
Attorney at Law
WAILUKU,
Tel. 392
MAUI.
J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OFFICES OVER
First National BANk
WAILUKU,
MAUI.
A. N. HAYSELDEN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
NOTARY PUBLIC
General Business & Collection Agent
lahaina, - - WAUi
,t 220
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PHYSICIANS
Du. JOHN WEDDICK,
WAILUKU.
Office Hour's:
9 to 10 A. M., 2 to 4 r. M.,
7 to 8 r. si. Hospital 10 a. m.
D,R. ROB'T DINEGAR
Physician & Surgeon
Office Hours at Puunenc Hospital
7:30 to 8:30 A. M. and 5 to 6 P. M.
Otherwiso by appointment only
Puunene
Maui
Dlt. WM. G. ROGERS
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
nnnmc 33-34 ALEXANDER YOUNG
Building, . Honolulu
Phone Mam No. 18.
DENTISTS
A. D. CLARIS, D. D. S. X'. F. FREAR, D. D. S
CLARK & FREAR
. DENTISTS
Molntyro Bide. Fort and King.
TImira. 8 A. M. tO 4 P. M. Honolulu. II. T
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Dentist
Office, SUNNYSIDF. AND PUUNENE
Telephone, Sunnyside
Hours, 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
NOTARY PUBLICS.
H. R. HITCHCOCK
NOTARY PUBLIC
PUKOO. MOLOKAI
HENRY DICKENSON.
Notary Public.
LAHAINA,
MAUI
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Public, Conveyancer and
, Typewriter.
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Office Ciroult Court, 2nd Circuit,
SECRETARY
ENTERTAINED
Judge Kepoikai Gives a Bousing Luau to
Secretary Atkinson and. Visitors
at The Fishery.
TWO DENOUEMENTS
Dclegute T. B. Lyons and W. H.
Cornwell Announce Them
selves Out of Politics.
Judge Kepoikai, host of hosts, was
1 possible more than a host at a luau
givou at the Kahulul fishery Monday
nnon in honor of Secretary of Hawaii
L. C. Atkinson who is on his way
to the big island.
As a general thing a heavy rain
had a tendency to put a damper on a
gathering of this nature, but in this
iustance it only helped to make the
assemblage more buoyant, as two of
Maui's prominent sugar estate man
agers were present, and when tho
long prayed for rain came down in
torrents they took turn about at the
telephone making inquiries if their
several estates were rcceiviuf? their
full quoto of aqueous dividends.
R.T. Guard tho boss of Waiakea,
Hilo, was the recipient of many con
gratulations, us it is a proverbial say
ing that a Hllo-ite being webfooted
and canvas backed is only at home
in a good sousing rainstorm.
While tho storm delayed the luau
for a short time there was not t
moment's drag, good natured re
partee being exchanged during the
interval.
Adjournment from tho fishery to
the groaning feast boards was had
in the midst of the ram but every
one took the slight dampening in the
best of spirit, Hon. H. P. Baldwin
pledging that he would go Manager C.
B. Wells one better on any amount
he might offer tho hostess, her as
sistant, Mrs. English, and corps of
helpers to obtain now holokus to
take the place of those drenched by
the shower.
Host Kepoikai as toastmater,
pledged those present that a fourth
ticket would soon be in tho field for
recognition: the Woman Suffrage
party, of which he would be an ar
dent supporter. Secretary Atkin
son replying paid a deserving trib
ute lo the fourth, party and the in
valuable assistance rendered by
them, at Camp Woods, Kahului, dur
ing the dark days of the plague. Th
toastmastor told of three sisters of
Maui who each boroason, one a rep
ublican, one a democrat, and one
homo ruler.
Ho would now call upon the son of
the democrat, Delegate T. B. Lyon
to respond. Mr. Lyons replying
said that his trip to tho convention
had done him a world of good, that U
was an experience never to bo for
gotten, but since his return to Ha
wail nei he had decided to retire
from the political arena for the nex
two years and devote his time to his
other interests. That ho was unde
cided what ho would do at the ond of
tho two years regarding politics.
W. H. Cornwell when called upon
said that be, like his co-worker, Mr
Lyons, would retire from active poll
tics, that he would devote his entiro
time to his business.
-W. F. Crockett, introduced
Maul's eloqueut orator saia th
position of the republicans or' Maul
was similar to that of the old darky
who accompanied by a young boy
went fishing. Tho boat was capsized
and the boy was rescued by the old
man. Tho boy's father, who heard
of tho rescue, wished to congrat
ulate tho old gentleman, who retort
ed, "What for?" "For aaving my boy's
llfe,"roplled the father. "Oh! no, sah,"
said tho old man, "I didn't rescue the
boy for himself but for the bait ho
had." So it was with the Maui Rep
ublicans; they were willing to help
the administration at Honolulu for
the bait they bad.
Manigor Wells said he cast his
first vote for a republican and hud
never voted other than the Republi
can ticket, and ho thought it tho du
ty ot every sensible nau to identify
himself with the Republican party.
Hon. B. P. Baldwin coincided with
Mr. Wells, and bis remarks regard
ing his early training reminded him
of the story of tho man who had
some young puppies to sell. This
man offered them to a boss of. the
Democratic persuasion, guarantee
ing them to bo good democratic
pups, but as they could not agree
unon a suitable price no sale was cf-
cted. A week or ten days later
these same puppies were offered to
the boss of the Republican party as
epublican pups. The democratic
boss who was present called atten
tion to the fact that these self same
pups had been offered to him as good
democratic pups and inquired of the
ownqr how ho accounted for it. The
owner calmly replied thut tho pups
now had their eyes open. Mr. Bald
win trusted that those present who
were not fully convinced that the
Republican party was the party for
Hawaii would get their eyes open
Other toasts were responaed to by
W. T. Robinson, J. M. Vivas, Judge
McKay, for the Judiciary, H. M.
Coke, and J. N. K. Koola, who con
eluded his remarks by requesting
those present to drink to the health
of Governor Carter.
Secretary Atkinson for Governor
Carter said: "Tho day for one man
power had beon done away with,
that in Governor Carter was oxempli
tied a government of the people. Tho
present Govornor is nearer to the
people than any representative of
tho days of tho Monarchy, tho Pro
visional Government or the Repub
lie of Hawaii. But Governor Cartor
will bo with you on Sept. V or 8 when
he will speak for himself."
Tho host remarking that "when
the sugar barons could not longer of.
fer encouragement, nor the Judiciary
deal out justice It was time to pack
up out effects and get out, and it
was a pleasure to introduco Chief
Engineer Parke of the S. S. Hawoi
ian, the man who could paddle us a
way,"
Mr. Parko's reply was to the effect
that ho was glad to bo able to paddle
away "tho next evening as ho had
never been in such a hot bod of Rep
ublicanisra." Leaving those present
to construo his moaning as they
pleased, Mr. Parke later remarked
that the only time ho had missed
voyage was when belaid off to vote
for McKlnley.
"Mark Hauna" Cooper offered
toast to Delegate Kuhlo which re
ceived three rousing cheers and a ti
ger. The President of the United
States; tho host and hostess, and
their ablo fisherwoman Mrs. English
with her assistants were lustily
cheered. Tho guests retiring to tha
fishory, considerable more time was
spent in ronewiug former acqualu
tances, and general conversation,
Those presont as guests were Seo
retary AtWnsck and privato see
LOAN MONEY
WILL BE USED
Secretary Atkinson Says All The
Appropriations For Maul and
Molokal will be Expended
ANOTER CADET FOR WEST
POINT
Position will Be Available This
Year For Billable Can
didate. Secretary A. L. C. Atkinson who
was a passenger on the S. S. Hawa
iian en route to Hilo stopped oil and
look in Central Maui. He informed a
News representative thatallthemuney
hich was appropriated for Improv-
g the County of Maui was available
and all of the improvements allotted
by the Department of Public Works
ould bo fully carried out as rapidly
as possible,
These improvements consist of the
New Court House, all and firesta-
tion, extension of and reconstructing
of Wailuku streets, trail from Kipa
hulu to Kahikinui, and up to the sum-
Matann WnilnU,. T.nlmlnn find Mo-
Inlftil iinrl lirirlrrps nnrnss Hnlnwa and
Mallko gulches and between Waika-
pu andMaalaea; armory at Wailuku;
wharf at Kahului and parapet walls
on the mountain between Maalnea aud
Ukumebame.
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Hawaii is to look into the matter of I
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niwwu ullage, juuiuum, h'""
the structure washed out by recent
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ffith a new ana wider puea tressenea
bridge.
The survey for tho road botweon
Halawa and Puuhoku has been com
pleted, and work will be begun as
soon as the plans can bo propared.
Work will begin on tho new Pukop
wharf within a couple of weeks. This
wVinfftv fnnc et. nf llOft font, nf troo.
sell, extending to seven feet of water
at low tide. At present passengers
and f roight havo sometimes to be
carried ashoro by boatmen at low
tide.
The people of Molokal arc jubilant
at tho prospect of tho early com-
pletiouof these much needed improve-
monts.
, . .
Honolulu Aujr. lOClarenco Iv. Lv-
man of Hawaii will graduate from
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second lieutenant in the United States
array. The vacancy from Hawaii will
tJinrpforn hn.vn to ho fillnd .iiifl to tlmt
ond a competitive examination will bo
held here in February for young mon,
the winner to be given tho privilege
of attending tho military academy.
The successful candidate will have
to undergo a phybical oxaralnationat
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uauiu juxviiiiu v iivau iiiuv uuiuiu
being qualified to go East. Tho ap
plicant must be between 17 and 22
years of ago. If between 17 and 18
must be at least 5 feet 3 inches in
height and weigh 100 pounds; if bo-
tween 18 and 19 ho must bo at least
5 feet 3 inches in height, and weigh
105 pounds, and if over 19 he must bo
at least 5 feet 4 inches in height and
weigh 110 pounds. His moral charac-
tor must bo like that of Caesar's wife,
above suspicion.
Mental and physical qualifications
for f ntrance to West Point must
. , ... . . .
stand a critical test.
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tnrr .T. Llovd. Judcre MoKav. R. T.
r, i t i . H7 m t ui
Guord, Dolegato W. T. Robinson,
Dfllflrrata T. B. Lvons. Gcorne
Weight, George O. Cooper, Chief
angmecr x-uriio, u. r. roui,oiv,
Edmund Hart, H. M. Coko, J. M. Vi-
.uiuyv, ii. oruwen,
J.N. K, Keola,acd aNows represen
j v
tativs.
RUSSIAN CREWS
ARE PAROLED
The Russian Cruisers at Shanghai
forced To Lowei Their Flags
Severe Fighting Near Liao
' yang tfuropatkiil
Re-Inforced.
DEATH ol MRS. ALEX. MACKIN
TOSH. FORMER POSTAL CLERK ROSE
on CHARGES of LARCENY
CONTRABAND QUESTION
GOES to HAGUE TRIBUNAL.
(Late Despatches by Wireless.)
San Francisco, Aug. 26. Former
postal clerk Rose who is wanted at
Honolulu for severul charges of lar
ceny will sail Saturday.
London, Aug. 2(5. Premier Bat
four says that two cruu-ers from tre
Cape of Good Hope squadron will lo
cate and notify the Russian cruiser
Smolensk not to interfere with neu
trals
uuwyang, Aug. i.-oovrrB ugui
ing is reported at Toranshu, near
Laiya"k'
Shanghai. Auy. 26. The Russian
Cruisers Askold and Grozovol huve
lowered their flans and their crews
have been Daroled
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iai win oe maintained, ur. urace s
Tnn.1nn A.. oS.Tf iR pnnrt.Pri
her0 that Russia will submit the con
tPf.h.ml nnmst,m tn TT!,fi m.
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St. Petersburg, Aug. 25. It is re
ported that General KuropatUiu is
one tho eve of an important move
mont. His armv has been reinforced
by 35000 men.
Dresden, Aug. 24. Mrs. Alexand,
K Mackintosh, wife of Canon Mac
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stroke of apoplexy,
Shanghai, China, August 23. Tho
American Consul has beeu asked to
protect the foreign cargoes near tho
Russlan orH,WP A6kold
Linoyang, Aug. 23. The Japanese
losses at Port Arthur are 28,000.
There is continual skirmishing in
Kuropatkin's front. Tho thirty thou-
it i i , i t.
L divided bctwe(m Newchwang
jjjjjj HaicllCDfJ
Vladivostok, Aug. 23. Thocruis-.
Ors KOSSia anU UromODOl Will SOOU De
repaired
Qiofoo, Aug. 22. Thirty thousand
reinforcements havo been landed at
p0rt Arthur.
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The Russian cruiser Smolensk stop
ped and examined tho papors of tho
British steamer Comedian off Cape
Colony.
St. Petersburg, August 22. Tho
Japanese squadron bombarded Ivor-
sakovosk, on the Islaud of Saghalieu.
The Uovernment nouses were des-
troyed.
San Francisco, Cal.. Aumist 22.
Mrs. Botkin was today sentenced to
Ufo imprisonment on the charge of
murder.
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Consuls at bhanghai held a confer-
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enco today regarding tho enforce-
rnunt of Chinese neutralitv nt this
P" ino maner was nnauy reior
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'ed to the respective Governments.
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Shanghai, August 23. Tho United
. . fm f. Tnnn-
ho!.t nA .ho Askold.
Buenos Ayres, Aug'ust 22. The
paraHUavau (revolutionists havo
- ,-outcd tho Government lorces and
I . 1 i i . t i x
established a provisional government
vSBinrt Itaun- Mreral beEK
lHatl yet his aciltfcrxjrjiy
feSfnd pltiiwaj oodtm lSar ,
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Glasses and Speetacles,
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Should mean, first of all, preservation,
for tho eye.
They should not be so strong as to.
usurp, but simply reinforco tfto fuuo
tions of that organ.
It is our province to tell you ust
what your eyes need, to fit glasses
that afford ease, comfort, safety and
preservation.
FACTORY ON THE PREMISES. ,
A. N, SANFORD,
Graduate Opttctan
Boston Building, Honolulu.
Over May & Co. v
LEE HOP
Contractor & Builder
DEALDR 1$
FURNITURE
Household Sutphes
HARDWARE
Paints, Oils & Glas
Market Stro'et,
Wailuku.
T. MURAKAMI
Market St. Wailuku
DYER AND CLEANER
Cleaning. Dyeing and Repairing
Satisfaction guaranteed. Givo mo
a call. Prices reasonable.
RUSSIAN
POWDER GOING
UP IN SMOKE
The American Cartridges wecarry
make no smoke. If you like to see
tho smoke you can havo it. Wo havo
both kiuds.
Also Single and Double Baj
relcd Shot Guns, Automatic
and Bull Dog Revolvers. .
MAUI DRUG STORE
Y. A, YETLESEN, Proprietor
WAILUKU FRUIT MARKET
Fresh California Fruits
and Vegetables Every
Wednesday,
NG LEONG.
Market Street Wailuku
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a dally supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk,
butters, apply
PUKALANI DAIRY
Tel. IQ6 ' Makawaa
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