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If you wish Prosperity Advertise in the News VOLUME XII WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1906 NUMBER 29 What is Best for Maui is Best for the News PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORN BYS J.' M. VLVAS attorney at law Market Street WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI. NOTARIES PUBLIC. EDMUND II. II ART Notary Public, ConveykKokr and Typewriter Aoent to Grant Marriaoe License Oflico, Circuit Court, 2 mi Circuit HENRY DICKENSON. Notary Puhlic. LAHAINA, MAUI The price of all Patent. Medicines is generally printed on the wrapper by tlie fudnry. We never charge any more than tins price. Hence you can buv as clieaplv from us as you could in New York. Try on- Ilmliek's Malted Milk, hospital size, 3.7f or tlie doller size. It will make any man, woman or child stout, and strong. Goods sent anywhere, Phone or write us. We have about 500 kinds of Patent Medicines. MAUi DRUG STORE V. A. VETLESENProp. Drs. Weddick and Dinegar. physicians and suhgeons Wailuku, Maui. The Bank of Hawaii LIMITED. Incorporated Under the Laws of the Republic of Hawaii. CAPITAL ." SGOQ.000.00 SURPLUS $200,000.00 UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00 OFFICERS. Chas. M. Cooko President P. C. Jones. . ..... . .Vice-President F..V.Macfarlane..2nd,Vico-Presicent C. II. Cooko Cashier C. Hustaco Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS. E. D. Tennoy, J. A. McCandless, C. H. Atherton, E. F. Bishop. Transact a General Commercial and Savings Business. Correspondence Solicited. J. K. KALANIANAOLE RENOMINATED. Republicans Hold Territorial Convention in Wai luku. Platform Favors High Liquor License.-Local School Boards. COUNTY CONVENTION IN K. P. HALL. Large Number oi Delegates in Attendance Nominates all Present County Officers. Their Election Is Generally Predicted. REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CONVENTION. Tlie Republican Territorial Con vention was held in the Knights of Pythias Hall last Saturday, Sept ember the 8th, with A. G. M. Ro bertson in the chair and V. T. Rawlins as secretary. There was one hundred and twenty-eight delegates present in person, and many visitors who came to attest their allegiance to the party that stands for purity, prospsiity and progress. Judge Sanfor B Dole was chosen temporary Chairman and Edmund II Hart temporary Secretary. W.J. Coelho was elected as interpreter. While the Committee on Creden tials were investigating the qualifi cations of the delegates, the mem bers from Pauoa who were origin ally members of the Ellis Quintet Club furnished music to the de light of all. Principal David Kapohakimo hewa of the Kcokca School sang a song that was cheered to the en chore. This was followed by Mat thew Kane, who has a voice that has been appreciated all over Maui. A quartet of Maui boys was then induced to sing and David Kapohakiinohewa, Matthew Kane, Dan. K. Pokipala and George Max well. Maui has certainly has many gifted singers of Hawaiian melodies and the songs of the day were greatly appreciated. The song en titled E O-u Ilaku Makaainana by the Pauoa boys was tin fuvorito on account of the song being in honor of our delegate to Congress. After the report of the Commit tee on Credentials, Attorney D. II. Case was elected permanent Chair man, E. II. Hart permanent Se tretary, W. J. Coelho, ollicial inter preter, R. P. Reuter, Sargont-at-Arms, D. K. Pokipala and M. R. Pereira, Messengers. Few people give enough thought to tho earning capacity of a dollar. When you look at a dollar, do not think of how much it will buy, but HOW MUCH IT WILL EARN. When you find yourself thinking of your dollars in this way, you arc starting on the only straight" and suro road to wealth. Idle dollars are of no moro use to the world than idle men. Every dollar you make over the cost of actual necessities should bo immediately placed under the safeguard of a strong bank and kept busily at work earning other dollars for you. Wo pay four per cent interest on savings accounts and figure the interest every six months. H WAILUKU, MAUI AND LAHAINA NATIONAL BANK. Chairman D. II. Case, in a few well chosen words thanked the members of the convention for the honor they had conferred in elect ing him as their chairman and welcomed the visiting members to Maui. The chair then appointed John T. Moir, J. Kaanoinui, W. J. Grecnwell, W. T. Robinson, W. O. Aiken, K. W. Farrington, A. G. M. Robertson, John C. Lane, Arthur Rico and E. Lovel as a Commit tee on Platform. Before the connnitteo went into session, a luiuh was spread on tho lahai ot tho hall building for all who were present. To Honorable II. P. Baldwin and the ladies of Central Maui is due the credit for the excellent luncheon that was provided. The afternoon was spent in a social way until the report of the Platform Committee. The platform was unanimoushr recom mended by the committee and on reading the same it was moved by Hon. II. P. Baldwin that the same bo accepted as a whole. This mo tion was at once seconded by Rev. Desha and was adopted by the convention without a dissenting vote. Platform adopted by the Repub lican Territorial Convention, Sat urday, September 8th, 1900. Convention reconvened at 4:15 P. M. Mr. Robertson presented Report and following platform: Tho Republican Party of the Territory of Hawaii in convention assembled hereby reaflirms its alle giance to the principles and tradi tions of the Republican party of the nation and to its policies out lined in tho national platform. Wo heartily endorse tho earnest and vigorous administration of the offices of the chief execu live by Pre sident Roosevelt. Wo heartily endorse the success ful administration of tho public affairs of this Territory commend ing particularly the honest, able and business liko management of the finances of the Territory, which has brought our expenditure with in our income and has been the means of extending and improving needed public works, and we com mend ourselves the policy of encou raging immigration. Wc again pledge our support to Dolegate Kalanianaolo in all his endeavors to receive federal aid for this Territory, and we congra- HON. W. J. COELHO. Republican Nominee for Senator. tulale him on tho success he has already achieved in this respert. Tho Republican Party claims credit for having given to the peo ple of this Territory through the enactment of the County Act, a larger share of popular self-government than they havo ever hereto fore enjoyed, and wo ask the sup port and assistance of the people in extending improving, and per fecting such government upon lines that may have been suggested by the experience of the particular working of the law. We congratulate tho several counties on the successful adminis tration of their local affairs under said act. Wo believe that the waterworks system throughout the Territory should bo brought under the imme (Contimied on Page 6.) HON. PHILIP PALI. Republican Nominee for Representa tive from Lahaina. HON. W. P. IIAIA. Republican Nominee for Supervisor from liana. SINGER SEWING MACHINES Cannot be obtained through merchandise dealers. They are delivered directly from maker to user only through the Company's own em ployees. There is as great n difference in the cost of making sewing machines ns there is in making watches. A cheap watch will indicate time with fair accuracy for n short time. 1'airly good stitching can be done on some of the old patterns of cheap sewing machines when they are new, but they always work hard, are noisy and soon wear out. Every SINGER MACHINE is tested by actual sewing at the factory. It is always ready for every kind of stitching and will do better work and do it longer than any other because it is of better design and construction. A Postal Card to R- wVa" ELL' AGENT FOR MAUI. WILL RECEIVE TROMPT ATTENTION. AMERICAN SAILORS PROTECT PRESIDENT. American Sailors Guard Residence of Presi dent PaIma.Two American Sugar Planta tions of Santa Clara Cuba Destroyed. LIEUTENANT GENERAL CORBIN RETIRES. Serious Fires in Cudahy's Packing Houses cause much Dam age. Polish Patriot is Condemned to Hang. rPrice of Sugar is Soaring Upward. (SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.) Sugar 9G deg. 4.09375. Beets 9a. lOjd. loss of $100,000. " MOSCOW, Sept. 14. Mazury, the leader of the Polish ( terrorists, has been condemned to hang. MILWAUKEE, Sept. 14 Fire in the Cudahy packing .houses caused the loss of $400,000. HAVANA, Sept. 14. Ono hundred and twenty American sailors landed here yesterday and camped in front of the residence of Presi dent Palma in order to protect him in case of an uprising. Later they were ordered to depart leaving only a guardjfor the legation. Two American plantations havo been destroyed in Santa Clara. NORFORK, Sept. 14. The cruisers Tacoma, Newark and( Cleve land have been ordered to report here by midnight and load with coal and provisions and ammunition for a trip to Cuba. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 14. The cruiser Minneapolis. is; loading coal, ammunition and stores and will sail for Cuba Sunday. WASHINGTON, Sept. 14. Lieut-General Corbin, Chief of tho General Staff of the Army, retires today. SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 14. Fire at Tiburon today caused a' loss of $100,000. HAVANA, Septomber, 11; Shots with tho insurgents aro being exchanged in the suburbs of this city. President Palma has suspended the constitutional guarantees of personal liberty and rovoked his offers of amnesty, which is equivalent to a proclamation of martial law. WARSAW, September 11. A bomb was exploded at the entrance of the spinning works yesterday whereupon troops fired on tho, bystanders, killing and wounding forty. ODESSA, September 11. A court-martial has sentenced a- Jewish girl terrorist to hang. RIGA, September 11. Several revolutionists have boen tried at drum head court-martial and executed. SIEDLCE, September 11. Massacres havo been resumed and the city Is under bombardment. SAN FRANCISCO, September 11. Ono hundred and fifty strike breakers, marching from the car barns to the ferry yestorday to tako their departure, fired several volleys at tho crowds that were throwing bricks at them. Seven persons were injured, none seriously. Thoro were twenty arrests. PORTLAND, Me., September 11. The Republicans havo olectod Cobb Governor and four Congressmen, including Lltlefield, by greatly do creased pluralities. TOKIO, September 11. Baron Hayashi has resigned as ambassador to Great Britain, jt is hoped lie may reconsider. MANILA, September 11.---General James F. Smith, who is to succeed G jvernor General Ide, arrived yesterday. SANTA CRUZ, Cal., September 11. There was a monster colebratloa here yesterday of Admission Day, KALAMAZOO, Micb., September 11. Ton people are at the point of death here from eating dried beef. MANILA, September 11. Lieut. R. E. Troadway of tho scouts has been killed by tho Pela janes. LIMA, Peru, September 11. Secretary Root has arrived here. MANILA, Sept. 10. Dominador Gomez, at a political rally, declared that England, France and Germany would recognize a Philippine republic. SIEDLCE, Poland, Sept. 10. Tho, terrorists having killed soveral soldiers and polico here, the infuriated soldiers started a massacre. Hun dreds have been killed and wounded and robbed. Tho streets aro devas tated. Troops now surround the city and, refuse access thereto. NEW YORK, Sept. 10. Tho Cuban Junta has issued a statement urging a cessation of tho revolution and an arbitration of ,the legality ot President Palmas' election. SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 10. The whaler Alexander has been, lost in tho Arctic. Her crew is safo. BAKU, Transcaucasia, .Sept. 10, An attempt has been madp to as sassinate British Consul Urquhart. He sustained five bullet wounds, nono of them serious. SHANGHAI, Sopt. 10. Twelve Boxers havo been killed and forty.two captured at Tsountsien. Unoaslness is felt In the Yangtso valley. CHICAGO, Sept. 10. C. K. Wooster, vice president of tho People's Gas Co., has committed suicide by cutting his throat. SIMLA, Aunjab, India, Sopt. 10. Tne natives aro being incited to combine and drive out the British. ROME, Sept. 10. Tho Pope has received tho Jesuit General ,Wernz. TIFLIS, Caucasus. Sept. 0. The insurrection Is gathering force.