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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1909
Notice to Employers of Labor.
The Territorial Board of Immigration is prepared to receive applica
tions from all those offering employment to European Immigrants.
Applications should be accompanied by statements of the number and
class of people needed, wages and inducements offered, and whether any
homestead agreement will be tendered the immigrant. Address com
munications to William Savidge, Assistant Secretary, Room 403 Stangen
wald Building, Honolulu.
RICHARD IVERS, President.
A. L. 0. ATKINSON, Secretary.
July 3, July 3, July 3rd at the
A. J. Spitzcr, tlio traveling man,
is in Wailuku this week.
It. Irwin of Honolulu registered
at the Maui Hotel this week.
Ernest Moses the photographer is
still doing business on Maui.
W. L. Decoto was in Wailuku
Saturday evening and Sunday.
Billy Green is ngnin in Wailuku
and will interview the merchants.
There'll he a crowd to witness the
sport of kings at Kahului, July 3rd.
Harold llayselden and C. B. Hall
are expected in Wailuku next week.
Don't forget Maui's great day at
Kahului on July 3rd. Your friends
will all W there.
Euradius, hlku and Kula l!oy
are annum (he horses already in
training at Kahului.
Mrs. Cruise of Lahaina spent
Sundav in Wailuku. She was a
guest of the Maui Hotel.
Fire Co. No. 1 will hold a husi
ness meeting at the fire station this
evening, June 12, at 1 o'clock p. m
Victor C. Schoenherg of the La
haina National Bank spent Satur
day evening and Sunday in Wailu
An innovation in the auto line is
the Standard Tire Protector. Thos(
who have tried them speak highly
The Virginian came in Wednes:
day with freight for Maui people
and will take a cargo of sugar for
W. J. Moody returned to Hono
lulu by the Claudine Tuesday. He
has heen employed on the school
building of I'aia.
A stockholders meeting of the
Maui Market and Land Co. will be
held on Saturday June 20th at 4he
First National Bank at 1 p. m.
J. I". Lynch of Honolulu was on
Mam luesday. 11c had just com
pleted a trip through Hamakua
Hawaii and returned to the city by
The regular business meeting of
the Womans Guild of the Church o:
the Good Shepherd will lie held at
the Rectory on Tuesday June 5th
at the usual hour.
The Cantata and Dance given by
the Catholic Indies Aid Society
Saturday at tlio k. P. Hall was a
creat success in every way. The
event netted 1175.00.
Mrs. Mist accompanied by In
daugher Miss Edith Mist rcturne
to Honolulu Tuesday by the Clan
dine. The ladies have been the
guests of Mrs. Dowsctt and of Mrs
J. N. S. Williams.
Insist on purity Heinz 57 Vara
ties" of nood things for the tabl
contain no licnzoate of soda orotlu
artihcial preservatives. liook on
the label. Sld by all first -class
School Insiiector II. M. Wells
paid an official visit to Waihee
uesday. He was met Wednesday
y Superintendent Jiahhitt aim the
two went to Lahainaluna to attend
the closing exercises there.
Captain Bal of Company I in-
orms the news that the information
this office received relative to the
resignation of Doctor Dinegar from
the Hospial Corps was erroneous.
The Doctor has not yet resigned.
President S. E. Wool ley of the
Mormon church for the territory of
Hawaii was in Wailuku Thursday
isiting the Wailuku branch of that
church. He will call on all of the
branches of the church on this
Manager Weinzcimer of the Pio
neer plantation was at the Maui
Hotel one day tins week. He was
accompanied by his son and his
daughter. Mr. C. W. Hudson of
Honolulu accompanied him on hi?
An unusually large numlcr of
advertisements crowded out many
matters of interest in our issue of
last week. Among the matters wt
found necessary to omit for want of
space was the closing day announce
ment of the liahaiualuna school.
The Merchandise Department of
the Kaliului Railroad Company has
made a material reduction in the
price of carl ndc which means a re
duction in the lighting by means of
iVcetylene. This company handles
the Omega Generator that is giving
such general satisfaction.
The oil steamer Washtenaw, Cap
tain Graham, was in Kahului tin
early part of this week. She was
given pratique by Doctor J. II.
'arrell who has recently been ap
pointed to act at all times in the
ithsence of Doctor Weddiek the U.
S. Marine Hospital Surgeon for the
Fred J. Church wishes to state
that he has not liecn offered the
management of any paper by either
Doctor Dinegar or J. M. Vivas nor
has he been talked of for such
position by J. M. Vivas far as he
knows for such position in relation
to any paper they may contemp
... . V.
J. p. units and i fr. Aungst i
Kona Hawaii came over on the
Mauna Ia Monday and took the
steamer Mauna Kea Tuesday even
ing for Hilo. The roads on Il iwaii
are so bad that they find it more
pleasant to make the trip here and
then transfer than to travel over the
roads of Hawaii. 1 hey were guests
of the Maui Hotel.
Mr. C. D. Lufkin of Wailuku, Maui
sells the Inner flayer l'laiio, now so ex
tensively advertised in the magazines.
If you want a piano of any style or price
it will be to your interest to consult him.
When in the East last Spring Mr. Lufkin
renewed business relations with piano
manufacturers with whom he had done
business before coming to these islands.
It will lie to your interest to ring up Mr.
I.ufkin if you contemplate purchasing a
piano. The Inner Player can be seen in
Wailuku by cslliug ou Mr. Lufkiu.
Or Any Other Party Provided
He is Paid.
The Evening Bulletin of June 3rd
has the following remarkable story
relative to J. M. Vivas and that
J. M. Vivas, a well known at
torney of Maui, was approached by
representative of the Japanese
high-wage association and offered
lim $10,XX) to go to Portugal and
oppose the emigration of the Portu
guese to Hawaii. The offer was
rather tempting, but it was not in
Vivas, who arrived by the Clau-
line this morning, when seen, stated
that lie came down here on business
other than the high-wage proposi
tion. He said, however, that a re
presentative of the high-wage asso-
iation, a Honolulu Japanese, came
to him and asked him to represent
the high-wage people, by going over
to Portugal to prevent, if possible,
the emigration of the Portuguese
lal Hirers to Hawaii.
Mr. Vivas, when confronted with
tins large proposition, was some
what astonished to hear the Jap
anese make such a suggestion. Rath
er than waste time on the proposi
tion. Mr. Vivas asked him to de-
nosit the money in a bank, licfore
he would consider the proposition
The Japanese, who speaks a little
English, was accompanied by an
other Japanese gentleman. He ask
ed Vivas whether tin; offer was ac
ceptable, to which he received allir-
mative reply, provided, however,
$3000 were paid in advance and tin
balance deposited in the bank.
I lie Japanese asked him again
whether he was acquainted w ith Xe
goto of the high-wage association
Mr, Vivas told him that he did not
know the gentleman.
Of course, I would work for tin
Japanese or any other party, provid
ed they paid me for my services,"
said Vivas today. I will not con
sider the proposition of the Jap
anese unless I am paid in advance
for the work. If the planters were
willing to secure my services m as
sisting Mr. CampUll, I will cheer
fully do so, with the understanding
that they pay me for my services.'
"Are you willing to go to Portu
gal on Ixhalf of the Japanese and
prevent the emigration of the Portu
guese laborers to Hawaii?" asket
"Certainly, I am willing to do so
if I am paid for the work." sak
According to Mr. ivas, it is ap
parent that the Japanese on Maui
especially those of Spreckelsville
will go on strike as soon as they re
ceive word to do so. The high-wage
people on Maui are keeping their
eyes opened and are watching every
moment of the planters on Oahu.
Since the strike broke tint on this
island, the Japanese on the other
islands, it is said, have U en keep
ing in close touch with the leaders
of the strikers here. They send let
ters here for which they receive an
swers from the leaders of the high-
It is expected that during the stay
of Mr. Vivas in Honolulu he will lie
approached by the officers of the
high-wage association with a view
of renewing the offer, which was
made while on Maui. Mr. Vivas is
now stopping at the Hawaiian hotel
and will probably return to Maui
some time next week.
Evening Bulletin June 4lh
Attorney Vivas resents the insin
uation that he would take fees from
loth sides in a case.
'I consider it an imputation
against the honesty and honor of
the whole Portuguese colony, and
more especially against the Portu
guese lawyers now practicing in this
Territory. The lawyers of my na
tionality in this country compare as
well with, if not better than any
other race. As to the statement
that I was the first to demur with
II. P. Baldwin, there is no truth in
it whatsoever. I suggested to Mr.
Baldwin that I should go go to Por
tugal and get .r00 families, but Mr.
Baldwin said it would be too expen-
Mr. Vivas said that the Bulletin
iccount of the MO.IMK) offer was
orrect and that the morning paper
was all wrong."
In Re the Estate of Al'GPSTINE
ENOS, late of Wailuku, Deceased.
All persons indebted to the Estate of
Augustine Enos, late of Wailuku, deceas
ed, are requested to make -prompt pay
ments to C. D. Ll'KKIN, ESQ., at the
First National Bank of Wailuku; and also
notice is hereby given that all claims
against said Estate should be presented
at said place.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, June 12th
J. V. MAC I EL,
Executor under the will of A. Enos
late of Wailuku, deceased.
T. B. LYONS,
Administrator with the will annexed
of the estate of A. Enos, late of Wailuku,
D. C. LL'EKIN,
Administrator with the will annexed
of the estate of A. Enos, late of Wailuku,
As provided for in Chapter 45, nf the
Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1905,
In accordance with Section 1 of Chapt
er XXVI of the laws of 18S6:
All persons holding water privileges or
those paying water rates are hereby noti
fied that the water rates for the term end
ing December 31, 1909, will be due and
payable at the office of the County
Treasurer on the first day of July 19119.
All such rates remaining unpaid for 15
days after they are due will lie subject to
an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates remain
unpaid August 15, 1909, (30 days after be.
coining delinquent), are liable to suspen
sion without further notice.
Rates are payable at the office of the
County Treasurer in Wailuku.
W. E. BAL,
Supl. Wailuku & Kahului Water Wks
Wailuku, June 9th 1909.
Juue 12, 19, 24.
The Town Hall is now ready and open
to the general public.
Dated June 19th 1909.
W. F. KAAE.
County Clerk County of Maui.
June 12, 19.
Htock-holdePH Meeting of the
Wailuku Market and Land Com
Notice is hereby given that a meeting
of the Stockholders of the Wailuku Mar
ket and Laud Company Ltd., a corpora
tion, will be held on Saturday the 26th,
day of June A. D. 1909, at I o'clock p. m.
at the Wailuku, National Bank at Wai
luku, Maui; Turposes of the meeting.
Election of officers, adoption of By
laws and any other business that may
come up for the consideration of said
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, June 12th, 1909.
J AS. R. LOVE,
Secretary of the Wailuku Market &
Land Company Ltd.
June 12, 19, 26.
Fire Company No. 1 will hold a
business meeting at the Fire Station
today, June 12, at 4 o'clock p. in.,
to arrange for the coming Fire De
partment elections, to Ik- held the
first Monday in July, 190!). and to
liscuss any matters that may he
Full attendance desired.
Ass't. Foreman, Fire Co. No. 1.
TO OUR PATRONS
We arepletsed to announce
the handling of our Reming
ton New Model (Visible)
Bookcases and Piling
Cabinets, Universal Ad
ding Machines and
Typewriter supplies by
the KAHULUI RAILROAD
C O M I' A X Y'S MERCH AN
The prices will he the same
on Maui as in Honolulu and
all inquiries regarding any of
the above named items will be
fully attended to by them.
Office Supply Co. Ltd.
Honolulu, June 8th, 1900.
Tire Vulcanizing. Auto Repairing
Our prices are right and
our work is guaranteed.
The Green Flyer
The most I'opular Car
on the Island.
Call up Lindsey's Oarage, Kahului
DR. J. J. CAREY
Ollice, S c h r a d e r Rloi k
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
(Continued from pnge 1.)
services. An increase of $10.00 a
month is certainly due him.
1 am asking for 140.00 a month
for my Stenographer which, while
a small raise, will be some recogni
tion of the good work which he has
I have to request that after re
moval of the Clerk from his pre
sent office, and that after re
arrangement of the offices in the
jail building, the Hoard will not
overlook the fact that my depart
ment requires a private room
aside from the general office now
occupied. In the present condi
tion it is sometimes necessary to
lock our door in order to prevent
interruption while important mat
ters are tinder consideration, This
condition should not be, and I re-
pect fully request that the- Board
make a provision for a private
office for the County Attorney.
I have recently visited Honolu
lu, and desire to make a verbal re
port to your Honorable Hoard in
executive session of the result of
niv work while there.
I AS. L. COKE,
County Attorney of Maui.
June 9. 1909.
o the Honorable Board of Super
visors of the County of Maui,
l'he expenses in conducting the
County Attorney's Office for the
six mouths beginning July 1st this
year as estimated by me is as fol
Salary Deputy County At
torney $100.00 per nionih$G00 00
Salary Clerk County At
torney $00.00 per month 3(50 00
Salary Stenographer Coun
ty Attorney $40.00 per
month....! 240 00
ncidentals. Traveling and
Hotel Expenses, County
Attorney, Deputy County
Attorney and Stenogra
pher 500 00
Office furniture. Hooks,
Stationery Ac 150 00
You will not- thai I am asking
for a small increase in pay of my
office force; and when considera
tion of this subject comes before
your Honorable Hoard, I would re-
iiuest that I might be present in
order to express my reasons for
this request. An increase in
travelling and hotel expenses will
be necessary on account of the in
creased work placed upon my de
partment by the refusal of the Attorney-General's
assist us. This will mean that
cases pending before the Supreme
Court .arising from this Count?
will require my presence in Hono
lulu. I am also advised by the
Attorney General that my depart
ment will be expected to share a
large part of the responsibilities in
the trial of the very important
water litigation concerning govern
ment water-rights at Wailuku and
Yours very resjiectfully,
JAS. L. COKE.
County Attorney of Maui.