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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER U, 1905
NUMBER 12 rfJ
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J. M. ViVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
.VAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
OffiCO, KAWAAPAE, PUUNENE AND
Kahumji. Telephone 82
Hours. 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Public, Conveyenoer and
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
The Supreme Court has decided that the law
holding owners of buildings responsible for
losses sustained theirin is sound.
MASONS ELECT OFFICERS.
Cornwall, Joseph Cookett, II. Eld
redge, Joaquin Garcia, W. H. King,
J. K. Kuhookele, D. L. Mayors, R.
J. K. Nawahine, Louis H. Silvn,
Carl Waldeyer, Arthur. Allen, E.
K. Cockett, E. F. Diencrt, A. J.
Ferandez, F. A.'Mayfield, William
Nawai, H. B. Woller, A. J. McLeod,
H. Cleveland, F. G. Correa, A. K.
Forsyth, John E. Tavares, Joseph
Wilson, W. A. Engle, John Kaluna,
Samuel T. Kaiapa, James Kauka,
A. H. Landgraf, Peter Emmersley
J. K. Smythe, J. M. Hanuna, J.
K. Naeole, H. C. Ovonden, Manuel
Torres, George Watt, Ed. Wilcox,
.Moses M Kekua.
Lodge Maui A. F. and A.M. Elect officers Judge Kepoikail
elected Right Worshipful Master Jury men
drawn for 1906.
GRINBAUM GOING OUT
BILL TO REDUCE
Southern States to lose part of their represen
tatives if bill becomes law-Uniform mar
riage and divorce law proposed.
C. H. RAMSEY COMMITS SUICIDE.
MRS. A. POOLE
FASHION AR r.E
High Street Opp. Wailuku School constitutionality of the State law
Town gossip had it
that Santa Claus would
not bo with us this year.
This is not so. On the
contrary Santa Claus has
decided to take up his
head quarters with us as
usual. Do not neglect to
visit us. The glorious
Christmas comes only
once a year. Make it a
happy, merry one.
ANTI GAMBLING LAW UPHELD. ma', after 10 years of successful
teaching, obtain a Life Certificate
New York. Nov. 13 . Monev bv passing a l primary brade examr
lnat.i'n n MmiJmmn.. ,v,o ua nation with an average not less
...i :t xt. i , ... .rJthn.li RXX
iccuvuieu ii mo losur or ms wiie a
sues the owner of the building for Holders of Normal School Dip
it. This was decided todav in a Momas issued prior to iwik snail,
decision rendered bv Justic Peck- alter iU ycars 01 successtui tcacn
inc, be entitled to a Life Certifi
Court in a lest case referrinc to the cae'
lioulers ot JNormai Diplomas
nf Ohio nrrninst trnmlilincr issued prior to with an aver
The Judce decided not onlv that ag 01 less ttlan u per cent may, enCouracinE conditions. He was
the law is constitutional, but that after 10 ycars of successful teach- geen a Bulletin reporter this
the owner of the house where gam- in6i obtain a Life Diploma by pass- forenoon in reference to the report
bling is carried on, with his know inS a Grammar Grado ' examina- that Qrinbaum it Co. would quit
ledge, is responsible for losses bus- on with an average ot not less tlie generai merchandwe line at
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incomorated Under the
the "Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooko Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tennoy, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. Y. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
JIONEY ORDER FEES.
Orders payable at Honolulu
for small amounts, current post
office rates, And for amounts
exceeding One Hundred Dollars
20 cents per hundred. Orders
payable at any Mainland Point,
current post office rates or 30
cents por One Hundred Dollars.
tained in the games. This decision
reaches every State in the Union
which has a gambling law
The Ohio case, which has brought
home this responsibility to the
owners of buildings rented by gam
biers, was carried to the" Supreme
Court of the United States by
William Marvin, the owner of a
building in Findlay, O., in which
Frank H. Trout had lost lare
sums of money.
Trout's wife brought suit and
secured judgement, and Marvin's
appeal from this judgement finally
reached the United States Su
Lawyers interviewed tonight ex
pressed the opinion that this de
cision will go far toward restrain
Laws of ine gambling in this country and
that owners of
think twice hereafter before they
than 90 per cent.
JURYMEN FOR IOOO.
The jury commissioners have
selected tho following men to act
as jurymen for the year 190G.
William Anahu, F. W. Beckley,
W. A. Clark, V. F. Callow, Sol.
Fuller, W. F. Jones, H. P. McCor-
Sccrctary Bonaparte decides to dismiss naval cadetts who are's
responsible lor hazing Russian troubles increase
Roosevelt had after rebate evil
M. S. Grinbaum & Co., Ltd.,
will go out of the mercantile busi-f c- on , rn . .
I Simnr ilft ilrtrrrnna Tool 'A KfiOK
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u,B3 uuu wv u. ux - Wailuku, Maui, Dec. 15.-C. II. Ramsey committedl
find rinvntn undivided attention t 7 t. i . T- KM
i w.wiiv mo vrfii kjj ouuuLlliy III1IIOC11 LIU UU 1 1 ft
. . . i til 1trn tttxti mr.r r . - ,'3
on the island ot Aiaui. the om ivivoniunjiM, uec. xo representative lionnett has introduced
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Hana plantation reincorporated by a bill in congress to reduce congressional representation in the south-
Grinbaum, as the Kaeleku Sugar em states on account of tho disfranchisement of ncgros upon whose'
Company. voting numbers representation is partly based.
M. S. Grinbaum, president, re- Senator Carter of Montana introduced a measure to secure uni
turned from Maui in tho Olaudine formity in divorce and marriage laws.
this morning, from an inspection Republicans of the house have agreed in caucus to favor tho ad-
of tho plantation, reporting most mission of Oklahoma and Indian Territory as one state. And ArizoM
.ir .ji .jtm
na anu iuexico as anotner.
ST. PETERSBURG. Dec. 15 The government is sending troop's!
into the Baltic Provinces especially Sivonia. Tho efforts of tho. re2
actionaries to' defeat the work so far proved futile.
the end of this year. waoiiiinuiuis, uec. id secretary Bonaparte has decided
"We are point? out of the mer- dismiss several midshipmen from tho naval Academy m an effort-tol
cantile business." said Mr. Grin- eliminato hazing.
baum, "and, of course, will confine BURNE SWITZERLAND, Dec. 15 - Vice
our attention to tho plantation. ederai council arror has been elected president,
President of Ulioi
Tho plantation is at present in WARSAW, Dec. 13.--The servants have declared a general strike'
nston, utto Meyer, wiinam Ayers, tho crong aro oin to bo
L. Barkhausen, E. C. Bortfold, W. and-we are well satisfied
K. Buchanan E. H. Cockett, W.
L. Decto, George Dudoit, David
just The infantry and cavalry are patrolling tho streets constantly.
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. 13 Tho Minister of the Interior has
ordered tho arrest of hundreds of agitators in the agrarian districts
WASHINGTON, Dec. 13 The Attorney General has notifiednll!
TT. flj-i.. T!i..!.i J i j j I i . .
But unueu ouues vibuici iviiorneys io taico steps lmmeuiateiy to eniorces
increased! ..w. .jvy..w ..u.. iuuii.i ui .(.uua auu I
with the other discriminations on tho part of common carriers.
outlook. NEW xORK, Dec. 13 At tho insurance investigation yesterday
"I have been in businoss in this Thomas llyan, tho new president of tho Equitable by testi-
splondid condition. I
returned from there. liana haB
averaged 3,000 tons of sugar a
year, but, since we have not plant
ed that much, we will not harvest
anv such crop next season
Eldredge.Charles Farden.Goo Lip, city for 47 yearS) continued Mr. fied that E. II. Ilarriman threatened to damage the Equitable by poj
trio, uioos, 1111am lvauwenaoie, Grinbaum, discussing his firms' litical means unless ho would sell out his controlling intorest in
wiinam ivaiuainni, v. jj. .morion, dropping merchandise, "and this company.
J. J. JNewcombe, A. 11. uana, Ji. u. ,iainoaa om,nimitv 1ms hpfn
i . ! TT.
j- 1 - i uiroutrii u hi uul iiiim v uiiauo. uu- i i: t r.i.. C"...:i 1 1 1 r -
i...:,.i: A. Bnrhn, .Tr . Georuo TT. Cinnniinffs. i .i ,w . umwuiwuhih.iu.i.ui, ""uu 111111 wwiimny wnorouyj
UTT . Yrx t n' ' pi. r":, Pt nwmu"M linvuyB . . these countries, especially Germany, secure' important trade advan-
ter oeiore uiey -'v-1"0"u Vive after every period oi nam . ,.
LISBON, Dec. 13 10 is announced that Portugal has (' concluded!
lease them for gambling purposes.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS LODGE
MAUI A. F. & A. At.
Tho election of officers of Lodge
Maui A. F. & -A. M. was hold in the Wells,
K. P. Hall last Saturday evening
and resulted in tho. following mem
bers being elected for tho ensuing
Election of officers Lodge Maui
A. F. A A. M.
A. N. Kepoikai R. W. M.
D. II. Case S. W,
George Weight J. W.
F. P. Rosecrans Secy
D. C. Lindsay Treas.
Win, Ault Chap
C. E. Copoland S. D.
T. M. Church J. D
D. F. Nicholson S. S
A. J. Cass J. S
rick Cockett, M. L. Decker, A. G.
Dickins, D. H.Davis, Antono Faus-
tino, H. C. Halverson,S. B. Harry,
G. A. Hansen, J. A. Harris, E, M.
Keeney, .Samuel Keliinoi, C. D.
Lufkin, W.. S. Mountcastle, J. Iy.
Osmer, H. B. Pcnhallow, C. B.
R. A. Wadsworth, R. P.
Wilbur, O. Amundsen F. F. Bald
win, V. L. Boeck, James Caswell,
Albert Cass, F. W. Furguson, G.
B. Henderson, C, C. Krumbaar,
James Kirkland, T. A. Lloyd,
William Olsen, A. P. Prescott, M.
G. Pascoal, J. D. Seabury J. B.
Shand, William Walsh, J.N. S.
Williams, A. Guerner, A. D. Fur-
tado, Noa Kamakau, Lot C. Kea
loha, Charles Thompson, M. A.
Tavares L. Von Tempsky, Issac
Wallace, JI. A. Baldwin, Charles
Copp Jr., J. II. Evans J. II. Foss,
. M. Feiteira, James Gunn, S.
times. Now what we need more
than anything olso is a consuming
"The merchandise business here
needs a. consuming population.
There is not suffipient of such a
population to warrant our continu
ing in the merchandise lino.
"I am heartily in favor of any
move that the Territory can make
to induce thousands of white im
migrants to make Hawaii their
home. We need all wo can get
NEW YORK, Dec. 13-The will of the lato Mrs. Francis Burton
Harrison was .hied for probate yesterda'. lho estate is valued at-ai
WASHINGTON, Dr c. 13 The Democrats were victorious in
Boston olection for mayor and city officials held yesterday
WA&iiiiMuiuiN, uec. lis vice resident ivairuanks today pro.-jj
sented to tho consideration of the Senate a petition from ex-QucenJ
Liliuokalani of Hawaii asking for if 10,000,000. as reimbursement
losses as a result oi ner dethronement. J no petition is accompaniec
by an autograph letter requesting early and favorablo consideration.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 12 The Senate, committee on appropria-
Wo should all stand togother the tions has agreed to report tho, emergency canal bill carrying $11,000;-
newspapers and all, to encourage UUU. ?
immigration. WASHINGTON, Dec. 12- General Luko E. Wright, Governor
-wny, iook anno present con- General of tho Philipmes, was in conference today with Sccr6taryofl
War Taft regarding affairs of tho islands. , -'
. WASHINGTON, Dec. 12 Midshipman Moriwether.
tried for causing tho death of a fellow student at Annapolis iii' a;
fight, has been sentenced to one year's confinement to tho, limits of .flioj
naval Academy and a public reprimand.
Hocking, D. C. Lindsay, Manuel
II. B. Woller I. G. Nunes. W. S. Nicols E. A. Peck.
MaxEckart T. p. F. Peck, E. II. Pioper, II. P.
Tho installation of officers will Robinson, W. G. Scott, William
bo made on St. Johns day which Tilton. Alexander Tripp. A. K.
dition of the real estate market
There is but one reason for its
quietness wo have not the popula
tion to tho things moving.
"Until wo got a good consum-
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mg population iiawan win al
ways be having intervals of hard
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Dec. 12 A Turko-Purian commis
sion has been appointed to arranco tho frontier dispute. "
8:30 A. M. to 5 P.
iB tho 27th inst.
8:30 to 1 P. M. and 7:00 to 8 P. M.
r!u!rKmiiM .f fn n i i - 1 1 stlnaitirrl -v t t- itr y-N t- t fx - - ml . . . . . . -
uiiuuuuui , iu, U1U nun wi,Hi6 jNiuw iuiuv, uec. vi 1110 investigation ot the lifo insurance
out stock. No new slock is being companies has brought out the fact that tho Prudontial Lifo Insurance
ordered, borne is boing sold at pnmnv nf -liir.l, TTnitnrl f..tna Sn,mnv n.,j,. ;., n. i i
im,.,, aUCtlOll. The linn Will pronaoiy mM SO finn fn t in Rnnnhl nnn Mmiwlm f,,,la
W, F. Pogue,F.Roeback,A.Gross, vCflto tho large auartors now oc- ' ......
J. J. Hiton, William Schultzo, Guy . . n .A' BUUllAltl!,bl, uec. l it is roportod that Elizabethgrad,.
l""" ...w. .Vv.wv, I icussia. is burned and a mob lskillinc and plundorinnr.
, u i 0-
LONDON, Dec. 11. Tho Liboral Govornment is announced
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. II.
The following new rules have E. K. Devauchelle, Joel Na-
been adopted by tho department kaleka, J. H. Wilson, A. Aal-
of education and make clear tho berg. Georco Kauhi, D. Kuamu,
necessary steps to acquire higher David Kapaku, Samuel Kekuewa,
grado certificates. Moses Keohokalole, Charles Ma-
Holders of a Normal Certificate kikau, E. II. Palekiko Hans Am-
with an average of less than 85 undscn, John Brown Jr., James L.
Following are tho officers of
Grinbaum & Co. M. S. Grinbaum,
president; E. J. Benjamin, vico
president, A. Gartenberg, treasurer
H. S. Danford, secretary; and G.
Ramsay, auditor. Evening Bulle-I
Right Honorable Sir Honry Oampbell-Bannerman, Promieri
First Ldrd of tho Treasury.
Right Honorablo Herbert Henry Asquith, Chancellor otthe
Right Honorable Herbert Jolin Gladstone, Secretary ol tat:cj
Homo Affairs. ,
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