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If you wish Prosperity Advertise in the News VOLUME XII WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1906 NUMBER 31 What is Best for Maui Is Best for the News PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS J. M. VIVAS ATTORNEY AT LAW Market Street WAILUKU. : : : : . MAUI. NOTARIES PUBLIC. EDMUND H. HART Notary Puijlio, Conveyenoer and Typewriter Agent to Grant Marriage License Oflicc, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit HENRY DICKENSON. NoTAliY Public. LAHAINA, MAUI The price of all Patent Medicines is generally printed on the wrapper by the factory. We never charge any more than this price. Hence you can buy as cheaply from us as you could in New York. Try ou- Horlick's Malted Milk, hospital size, 3.75 or the dollar size. It will make any man, woman or child stout and strong. Goods sent anywhere, Phone or write us. Wo have about GOO kinds of Patent Medicines. MAUI DRUG STORE V. A. VETLESEN, Prop. Dr. Robert H. Dinegar. i 8-10 A. 51. Office Hours j 2 4 p M Hospitall0:15 A. M. emporary oflicc in building formerly occupied by Maples Drug Store pending completion of now office. n lira 1 1 Jllllii Ul Lift mm LIMITED. Incorporated Under the Laws of the Republic of Hawaii. CAPITAL $000,000.00 SURPLUS $200,000.00 UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00 OFFICERS. Chas. M. Cooke President P.' C. Jones Vice-President F.W.Maofarlane..2nd Vicj-Presicent C. H. Cooke Cashier C. Hustace Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS. E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandless, C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop. Transact a General Commercial and Savings Business. Correspondence Solicited. TV Hun r 1110 h Fow 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 HOIA MUCH IX U1LL EARN. When you find yourself thinking of your dollarB in this way, you arc starting on tho only straight and sure road to wealth. Idle dollars are of no more use to tho. world than idlo men. Every dollar you make over the cost of actual necessities should bo immediately placed under tho 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. WAILUKU, MAUI AND LAHAINA NATIONAL BANK. REPUBLICANS ; START CAMPAIGN. Meet Enthusiastic Gatherings at Every Turn. Vivas on the Run.--Kalua Stirs Up a Hornet's Nest. RUBBER A GRAND SUCCESS. Rubber Men Visit Nahiku Plantations. Find Phenominal Growth and Unsurpassed Yield. Koolau Rub ber Company has J 50 Acres Planted. REPUBLICANS START CAM PAIGN. Last Saturday a party of Repub lican County nominees composed of County Attorney D. H. Case, Sheriff Win. E. Saffery, Treasurer L. M.Baldwin, Auditor C. Wilcox and Clerk W. F. Kaae departed for Molokai aboard the steamer Like like sailing from Lahaina. The party landed at Kaunakakai and went stumping up to Ilalawa. At the various places where the campaigners held forth they were heard by largo attendances and all feel certain of Republican success on that Island. Orf Thursday thoy returned to Lahaina and there preached the Republican doctrine to large crowds. Lahaina, it is said, will go Repub lican strong, although the Home Rulers claim it as their stronghold. The district officers of Lahaina, Supervior Henning and Deputy Sheriff Lindsay, are working hard and their efforts have met with suc cess. Much has been her.rd of Eugene Devauchelle's intention to run for Deputy Sheriff of Molokai on the Independent ticket. Eugene sought the nomination at the convention, but being turned down avowed that ho would run independently. 'Tis certain ho will not be elected,though he may spoil the chances of tho Republican candidate there. As to tho independent candidacy of J. M. Vivas for the office of County Attorney much has been said and still more can bo Baid. The Homo Rulers have refused to endorse him, and furthermore it is said on good authority that the Portuguese voters in tho County will not support him. Still he is going to run, and to use tho words of a local politician: ''Ho can run, no one is holding him." In Wailuku district things have been a little quiet, although a large amount of thinking has been done. The Home Rule candidates are working at Waiheo and are not so very successful as of yore. There has been a largo number of con versions to the Republican side in that precinct during tho last year and these threaten to do harm to tho Home Rulers in the coming election. S. E. Kaiue-, candidate for Su pervisor, Chas. Lake, for Deputy Sheriff and M. P. Waiwaiolo for Representative on tho Republican ticket are very popular and strong at Waiheo, and expect a large sup port from there. This is tho home precinct of R. J. K. Nawahine, candidate for Representative and of Thos. Clark, candidate for Depu ty Sheriff on the Home Rule ticket and they seem to feel somewhat blue as to their chances. Another party of Republican candidates composed of W. J. Coe llio for Senator, Joel Nakaleka, Philip Pali, M. P. Waiwaiole, John Kaluna, A. J. Gomes and Levi Joseph for Representatives are stumping East Maui and in a cou ple of weeks' expect to tackle Molo kai and West Maui. Thoy have been very successful and their meetings are attended by largo crowds. Tho whole County will again bo worked, it is expected, when Dele gate Kuhio arriyes. The Board of Registration will sit in Wailuku on Monday from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. and on Tuesday will sit from 1:30 p. m. to 3 p. m. at Waikapu from whence it will again hold daily sessions from 9 to 3 p. m. until the 9th of October when the registration of voters will close. Tho board has spent the past week between Hana and Hai ku. Tho registration does not show up as well as that of last year. Tho Young Men's Republican Club held a meeting Tuesday even ing and discussed sevoral matters relating to the present campaign. Tho Portuguese Republican Club will hold a meeting Sunday morn ing in Robinson's Hall, Market street. They will discuss the pos sibility of holdjng campaign meet ings in tho various precincts whero there are a number of Portuguese voters, and will also discuss tho necessity of urging tho Portuguese voters to rogistor. 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 a difference in the cost of making sewing machines ns there is in making watches. A cheap watch will indicate time with fair accuracy for a short time. Fairly 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. Rvcry SINGKR MACHINK 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' a"'11' AGENT FOR MAUI. WIM, URCRIVI5 riiOMPT ATTENTION. a? i Special to MAUI NBWS. HONOLULU. Sept. 28. The P. M. S. S. Mongolia and tho U. S. transport Buford j have just arrived from Mid way Island. J. W. Kalua, tho Homo Rule candidato for Sheriff, has been fol lowing the Board of Registration for tho purpose of challenging Portuguese voters, but so far has met with no success whatever. He now claims that he followed the Board for no other purpose than that of meeting personally cadi and every voter. Nevertheless the Portuguese Club of Wailuku will do all possible to assist the Portu guese voters to register and defeat Kalua. VISIT RUBBER PLANTATION. On Tuesday of this week Senator Haysclden, C. L. Scrimger, Attor ney J. L. Coke, and R. A. Wads worth, returned from Nahiku where they went last week on a tour of inspection of their rubber plantation there. Tho gentlemen are most cnthu siatic over the wonderful results shown by rubber in tho few years that the plantation there havobeen in operation, and point with pride to the rapid crowth of the trees there and the health' condition of the same. Rubber is-destined to be onclof tho leading products of tho island and as the land suitable for tho profitable growth of rubber is of little value for any other crop, it will in no wise interfere witli tho agricultural industries now in ex istence. Some of the varieties of trees there are showing a greater growth than in their nativo soils and are producing rubber of such quality and qauntity that all of tho parties interested are most sanguine as to the ultimate success of tho enter prise. Cnptnin Filler at The Helm. During tho absence of Captain Randall, master of the tug Leslie Baldwin of Kahulut, Captain R. W. Fi'ler, hotter known as the Superin tendent of the Kahului Railroad, is at the helm and handles the Tug with the skill and confidence of an old salt. At the present time the harbor is full of buoys that have been put in during the dredging operations that have been in progress for some months and as several vessels are in tho harbor and tho dredging is by no means completed it requires con siderable skill to keep the tug and vessels in tow from fouling in the lines that mark the operations of the dredger and yet this is what tho new Captain does without a hitch. Large barges piled high with freight are landed with perfect ease without a mishap and put in place with perfect precision. TERRIFIC STORM IS RAGING IN FLORIDA. Worst felt for Centuries and has caused much Damage to Property. Reports of loss of Life are unconfirmed. INTERVENTION EXPECTED IN CUBA. President Roosevelt is Hopeful. rlect. Raiders in Mexico Imprison Town Officials. Adolf Weber Hanged. (SPECIAL TO Tllli MAUI NEWS.) Sugar 9G deg. 4. Beets 9s. 7d. PENSACOLA, Fla., Sept. 28 Tho worst storm, in centuries is raging hero. The loss to nronertv has alreadv reached thrpo million dollars. Tho waterfront is strewn nioarouneontirmcd. The wharves have been deatroycd,and tho lighting and telegraph systems are prostrated. The streets are full of debris. HAVANA, Sept. 28. Intervention is expected today. Prepara tions are complete for the landing of marines. OYSTER BAY, Sept. 28. President Boosevclt is still hopeful of Cuban situation and is preparing to make a forty-eight hour visit to Admiral Evans' fleet off the Massachusetts coast. WASHINGTON, Sept. 28. Morgan Shuster has been appointed a member of the Philippine Commission. ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 27. General Stoesscl, who was Russian commander of Port Arthur, has resigned from the army. SAN JUAN. Porto Rico, Sept 27. Several earthquake shocks have caused much alarm but no damage. JIMINEZ, Mex., Sept. 27. Raiders hava imprisoned tho town officials and aro in possession of the place. Several persons are re ported killed in tho raid. FOLSOM, Cal., Sept. 27. Adolf Weber was hanged today for tho murder of his mother in November, 1901. Weber also killed his father, sister and brother and burned the houso with bodies in it. He was only tried for the murder of his mother. ATLANTA, September 25. Tho race war continues. Negroes fired a volley from ambush last night, killing one policeman and wounding three, one fatally. Three more aro missing. The police returned tho fire but tho negroes escaped. It is believed a number of them wore killed. A roll road operator was killed last night in the outskirts of this city and in a near by town a negro was lynched. CANTON, China, September 25. Otving to the new tax on nativo passenger boats which tho owners refuse to pay, traflic is disorganized and a strike is threatened. Tho outlook is disquieting, HANANA, September 25. Tho draft of tho peace plan will be sub mitted today. Victory is certain for the Liborals. KRZEPICE, Poland, September 25. A firo horo has destroyed 144 houses and 158 farm buildings. SHANGHAI, September 24. The U. S. gunboat Helena haB arrived here uninjured. ALBANY, September 24. Govornor Higgins bus announced that ho is not a candidate for rcnomination on tho Republican ticket. HAVANA, September 24. The government has moderated its de mands and has tacitly decided to concede practically everything demanded by the Liberals and rebel party. NEW YORK, September, 24. Paul O. Stensland, who was appro hended in Tangier somo weeks ago, arrived horo today in charge of officers. Ho will bo taken Vo C icago to stand trial on tho charge of embezzling funds from the Milwaukee Avanue Stato Bank. NEW PRAGUE, Minn , September 24. -In a collision today on tho Minneapolis and St. Louis roalroad, four persons were killed and many injured. SAN FRANCISCO, Soptembor 24. Chief Justice Beatty of. tho Supreme Court, Rev. Father Yorke and E. J. Honey have been selected to arbitrate the street car strike. HAVANA, September 23. Disappointment is expressed at tho like lihood of peaec without intervention. The business element distrusts tho ability of the Cubans to govern themsolves and wishes annexation. ST. PETERSBURG. SeDtembor 24: Thn .Tnn.ancn tt.t.. Saghalien contrary to the Treaty of ATLANTA. Ga Soptembor 24. lured in the race riot. Troons of nrtillnrv y " wwvvi AllU OtIIUUIl O have been closed and tho troublo is abating. CONSTANTINOPLE, September bo cancer of tho kidnoys. WASHINGTON. Snnlnmhnr 91 . 1 1 -- with the rebels. HAVANA. Sontembnr 23. Inrllnnttrmo ban difficulty will bo reached without ......... ... w.u (iiwiuL-utj i.uu uiuurujg now elections. Jniteeu hundred American marines have landed. LONDON. September 23. American ' as certain. ATLANTA. Santnmhnr 93 A i -i UDOn White women is rnnnrlnfl Killed and tho mob is boyond control. ST. PETERSBURG. So - ww. in Connection With thn nt. tomtit, mmn leador of the conspiracy Is a Jewess. Will visit Admiral Evan's with wreckage, but reports of loss of Portsmouth. Ten have been killml 24. Tho Sultan's maladv is said to A Imttln to Immt.,n . , - wwv...u .0 uiiiiiiuuuu 111 OUII AJUIUIUSZO b intervention, on tho basis of retaining wtWMVt0i LLU UCU b mv iunun iim u aimuui ui uaauullS Troops have been called out. .... . nun v ui i vols uuvu uuuu mauo Hi.. llf r t o. X,.