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WAILUKU, MAULH. T., SATURDAY. JULY 31, 1 909
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Somi" tiini! ago Supervisor Lyons
took up tlio mat tor of having a
band organized in Wailuku which
in time will doubtless y ifit other
parts of the inland and give con
certs for tin benefit of the residents
The matter was taken up at the
last meeting of the board but it
was deoided that nothing could be
done toward appropriating funds
for the purpose until a band is or
ganized and in actual existence.
Supervisor W. F. Pogue ad
vanced $100 and sent a check for
that amount to Papellmeistcr
Schrader who drew up a subscrip
tion list which was circulated
among the citizens of Wailuku and
Kahului. The necessary funds
were quickly raised and the in
struments of St. Louis College
1 hoy arrived Saturday and as
signed as follows?: Piccolo, John
Oiarciu; Eb Clarinet, Ant. Garcia;
lib Clarinets. T. Rockford, H.
English, .V. Smith, J. Smith, A.
Oliviera; Solo Bb Cornets, G.
Weight, .1. (iarcia; 1st Bb Cornets,
J; Welch, J. Hart; 2nd Bb Cor
nets, E. Punoliu, D. K. Pokipala;
3rd Bb Cornet, A. Rpbinson; Solo
Eb Alto. I Q. Bapliste; 2nd Eb
AUos. M. R. Pereira, E Lvons:
3nd Eb Altos, W..E'.""Bal Jr., A?
Roger; Bb Tenor, W. F. Kaao;
Baritone, (!. B Schrader; Eb Basses"
C.;P. Rose, M. S. l.eval; Share"
Drum, J. Bal; Bass Drum and
Cymbals.. M P. Loehandro.
The hovs are practicing every
night in the Town Hall. The
tenant in the vaeinity of the hall
have not been served with a notice
of. an advance in their monthly
rental in consequence.
Teachers Pass the Examina
The teachers of the territory
who did not hold certificates or
those who wished to pass a higher
examination and thus secure an
increased salary took the examina
tion the latter part of June.
Tho result of the examination
has just beer, made public.
Those who received certificates
are as follows:
First Class Mrs. II. M. Finehe,
Florcnco Blake, Margaret McCly
mont, Martha Nielsen, Mr. Leon
Malterre, Olive Irene Clark, Marie
Second Class Miss Alice Car
valho, Kato Saddler, Mrs. J. V.
Marciel, Catherine M. Clark, Gussie
Muller, Lot K. Kauwo, Lucy Wil
cox, Hannah Sheldon, Samuel K.
Kawaiaea, 0. W. Hcnn Mary
K. C. Kong, Miss Christine Gertz,
Mrs. J. D. Koki, Frank S. Teixeira,
Margarot Kamakaiwi, Elizabeth C.
Clark, Louisa Noll Meinecke, Mao
E. Paris, J. N. Koinomua, Miss
Daisy Sheldon, W. A Yates, Mrs
Elizabeth Vincent, Mrs. Clara Mo
kumaia, A. K. Cathcort, Mrs.
Third Class Sain J. Maluo,
Virginia Freitas, John' A. Kealoha,
Kualii Bal, Ah Moy Ahin, E. K.
Big Policeman Does Good
Work at Lahaina.
Last Sunday about tour o'clock
three Japanese capsized their little
boat in the channel. Captain
Roberts whose manly form often
adorns the water front seeing the
men Hruggling to reach their boat
at the same time being carried
farther away by a strong current,
jumped in his canoe which is
alwoys ready for saving life, pro
perty, and clearing the channel of
sharks, etc., and in twenty minutes
or so, had the Japanese in his good
boat. One of the men was becom
ing unconscious having too 'much
of the Pacific in his stomach. Cap
tain Roberts poured this water
back into the ocean by holding the
man up by the heels. Being power
ful and an excellent swimmer,' the
heroic captain has performed many
similar deeds during the last few
years. Even when a boy lie was
noted for making big hauls ,f fish
and lassoing sharks. It is said
that he can see a school of fish a
mile from shore and give tho num
ber and name-.
Principal MacDonald of the La
hainaluna is enjoying his holidays
by putting a large addition to his
beautiful cottage. The new part
will be furnished for guests and if
the good MacDonalds continue
their usual hospitality it will be
always full. '
Mr. Rali-toii of the wireless
station who has not been well for
i few months is having a-pleasant
time with his family at Makawao.
Mr. II Vincent an expert of Ha
waii is operating in his absence.
The Rev. Leopold Kroll with
his family is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Searl of llonolua The little Krolls
are having the time of their lives
on this big, beautiful ranch and
the Searls know how to make their
guests happy as their kindness
gives them lots of practice.
Monday night and Tuesday were
very winday at Lahaina. A great
deal of the plantation has hern
burnt over lately which caused
dense clouds of dust, and ashes.
Mr. and Mrs. Gannon and son
are occupying the Krolls' residence
during their absence. This is orte
of the finest cottages in Lahaina
and the location is charming.
The Lahainalnna students will
cultivate forty acres of cane next
ynar. The ground is now being
prepared. Manager Woinzhoituer
has given employment to thirty
sovon of the Lahaina school chil
dren during the holidays. Tho
children are very much pleased
witli their work.
Tho Pioneer mill has closed down
with a grinding this year of 27400
tones of sugar.
Jude McKay and Mrs. McKay
have been visiting their friends
Mr. and Mrs. Waldoyer.
Messrs. Roberts and Wilson of
Lahainalnna have visited the Vol
cano. They enjoyed the visit very
Postmaster Waal is having two
weeks holidays visiting his daugh
ter and other relatives of Honolulu.
Keluiowa. Manuel Carvalho, Miss
Lucy Lani, Edward J. Smythe,
Mrs. C. 1). Mackenzie, Mrs. Annie
L. Haughton, Mary N. Cabrinha,
Louisa Hapai, M. G. Baptista,
Elizabeth Macy, Lily Ackerman,
Mrs. Kawena Kaulii Ellen Copp,
Robert Benjamin, Mary K. Goluer,
J. W. K. Wright, Constanco
Allague, Sam Knholo.
Few Changes are Made on
The Board of Education met some
weeks ago and their work has at lat
been made public.
There were hut few changes on
Maui Miss A. J. Gault asked for a
better position in Honolulu which
was granted. She has been the
principal of the Puunene school for
two years and is an able teacher.
Miss Crickard leaves the Wailuku
school where she will be missed to
accept the principalship of the Puu
Miss Hornbcrgor of Amador Cali
fornia was offered the position left
vacant by Miss Crickard but she has
declined to accept and will return
to her home and resume her duties
in the Amador school.
Miss Mary Vandorhurg of San
Jose California will fill the vacancy
left vacant by the resignation of Mr.
Whitney in the Waihee school.
Robert Benjamin goes back to
Nahiku from Kihei to which posi
tion lie was transferred during the
Maui has a very satisfactory teach
ing force. The retention of the
teachers in their positions will be
both satisfactory to the patrons and
to the teachers in most cases. .
Olowalu Willie K. Iloopii.
Lahaina Robert Law, Miss Rob
erts, Miss Lulu Law, Miss Mary
Gohicr, Miss Achoy Aim, Miss Flor
ence Ho, White.
Honokowai Mrs. Rowena K.
Hose Miss Helen Apo.
Honokahau E. .1 Smythe.
Kahakuloa Sam Aki, Jr.
Lanai Alfred Mia.
Lahainaluna --('. A. MacDonald,
Mrs. M. B. MacDonald Samuel Ka
pu, Harlan Roberts, A. L. Pasehall,
Waihee Mrs. Ella L. Austin,
Miss Lucy Lafti, Miss Hattie Maule,
Wailuku C. E. Copcland, Mrs.
Kate L. McKay, Mrs. Cora B. Cope
land, Miss Akiau Ontai, Miss Jennie
Hanseiii Miss Ilornberger.
Waikapu Miss Zelie Rogers.
Kahului Moses Kaithini'ahu.
Puunene Miss Lyda Crickard,
Miss Nancy Daniels Mrs. L. S. Me
sick. Spreckelsville Mrs. Lima Sabey.
Mrs. A. V. Crockett, Miss Marie O.
Makena Sam Kawaiaea.
Ulnpalakua J. P. Cockett.
Kihei O. W. Ilennig, Miss Lucy
Keahua Miss Marie Payne.
Paia W. C. Crook, Miss C. do
Lima, Mrs. Clara Simpson, Miss
Lila Vogel, Miss Florence Crozier,
Miss Lizzie Kalino.
Hamakuapoko Miss Mary E.
Fleming, Miss Ethel Smith, Miss
Nellie Smith, Manuel Anjo.
Haiku Benji, Brightwell Miss
Keokea David Kapohakiniohewa
Mrs. D. Kapohakiniohewa, Manuel
Kealahyu J. Vincent, Mrs. J.
Vincent, Miss Ellen Copp.
Makawao F. W. Hardy, Miss
Rose Crook, Miss Mae Alana.
Kaupakalua W. I. Wells, A. S.
Medeiros, Marianne Medeiros.
Halehaku Miss Carolyn Scholtz.
Huelo -Miss Mary Miller.
Keanae Abel Ah You.
Ulaino W. A Yeats.
Nahiku Robert Benjamine.
liana Mrs. L. C. Frain, Mrs J.
A. Medeiros, John A. Medeiros,
Haou Joseph do Silva Vierra,
Joseph G. Anjo.
Judge Crockett Dispenses
During the absence of W. A.
McKay who has been away on a
vacation udge W. ,F. Crockett
has held down the District Court
and ha? dispensed justice with im
partiality. Much of the time of
the court has been taken up with
civil cases and in nearly hll them
it was a case of II. T. Mills plain
tiff. Mills runs a collection agency in
Honolulu and since he was dis
barred by the Supreme Court he
has managed to carry on. the piac
tice of the law in spite of the Court
by buying up claims and sueing in
his own name. The court has not
been so lively for many months as
since Mills struck the town and the
tilts between him and Deputy
County Attorney Vincent were fre
quent and heated.
A charge of assault with u
weapon will undoubtedly he pre
ferred against Maeda when Iligu
chi sufficiently recovers to tell the
court how he was slabbed and cut
in the thigh and handsby Maeda.
The cutting took place at Puunene
Sunday night and was about a
Judo Crockett sentenced Jesus
Jlanion to three months imprison
nipnt for assaulting a son of Re
presentative Waiwaiole with a
Ah See Hiu was required to pay
a line of fifty dollars for selling
opium without the consent of the
Five Koreans are in jail await
ing the action of the grand jury.
1'liey are from Kipahulti.
Kuwait v, as sent down from Uln
palakua to sorvo.nnt a line of ifSJt)
and costs for assaulting his wife
Vaudeville Company will
Perform in Wailuku.
Tonight nnd Moinluy, July 31 anil
August 2, respectively, the American
Vaudeville Co. under the management of
II. I toy, will perform in the Ino StUbles
building, oppo-ite tin- Hint National
Hank of Wailuku
A large stage is being built and accom
modations for n large number of people
are being made.
The ISIdid trio will give bicycle exhibi
tions, performing some of the most sensa
tional tricks of the age; the I'onsec trio,
who have just come from South America,
will do an acrobatic and head balancing
perfonuace. There .ire also Knrtino
Chico, a wire walker nr.d Takekawa, a
clever Japanese juggler.
This company has played in Honolulu
to crowded houses and iu Hilo gave three
performances the house being sold out
each night before the performance be
gau. l'roin the rejKirts of the news
papers of both cities it is very evident
that this company is first-class in every
respect. The prices for the performances
are very reasonable. Reserved seats can
be obtained at the show building at 50
cents, and the price of general admission
is 25 cents.
Get your tickets early and avoid the
rush. A large crowd is anticipated.
Kipahulti W. W. Taylor, Mrs.
W. W. Taylor.
Kaupo Mrs. L. A. Marciel, Miss
Kalae R. L. Ogilvie.
Kaunakakai Daid Kaaikuahiwij
Kamalo Mrs. Lucy Dudoit.
Kaluaaha .Mrs. Win. Attaint.
Waialua Abel K. Catheart;
Halawa Matthew Kane.
Waialua Miss Emma Kane.
Pelekuntt Simeon Kaltta.
Kalaupapa J. T. Unea.
STRIKERS DEFY HIGHER
Waipahu Japs Return to
Spain in the Throes of Revolution-Conferees
Sign Tariff Bill.
(SI'UCIAL TO Tim MAUI ISUWS.)
Sugar !Ki deg. test :i.!)85 Beets 10s. 7d.
HONOLULU, July ;)0. Waipahu men defy Higher Wage Asso
ciation and return to work under contractors.
Waialua declared an increased dividend to three-fourths and will
declare an additional dividend when the crop is olT. The plantation
is in (ino shape.
Judge Woodruff waB sworn in yesterday.
Moanalua, an eccentric character, fell from a street car yesterday
and was taken to the hospita.1 in an unconscious condition.
MADRID, July SO. The army is hard pressed at Melilla.
General Marina asks for 75,000 reinforcements."
Complete mobilization of the army bap been'ordered. The reser
vists have been called out.
All classes have been summoned to the colors. It is announced
that the revolutionists have been defeated at Barcelona with heavy
loss. The situation here is somewhat improving
WASHINGTON, July 510. The conferees have signed the tariff
hill. It will go to the House today and to the Senate Monday. A
communication from Taft finally brought about an agreement.
SEATTLE, July 30. The exhibition officials cabled Bleriat
and the Wrights offering a 25,000 prize for an aeroplane race here.
PARIS, July !$(). Bleriat will accept the Seattle offer if the
Wrights will challenge him.
NEW YORK, July 550. Eighty war ships, the largest interna
tional war fleet ever assembled, participated in the Hudson-Fulton cele
bration. HAVANA, July .'50. The Cuban cabinet has resigned.
LONDON, July I50. Madame Nordica was today married to
George A. Young, a wealthy New York bunker.
HONOLULU, July 2!). The evidence of the ollicial interpreter
Denning was to the effect that the Japanese government opposes the
The Board of Immigration will
50 families from Russia.
The bail money for the Japanese is running low.
Inquiry is being made for Lord Basal Brooke or "Harold Morgan
an Irish nobleman who disappeared from the couM In May.
'fhe new lepros-y law wil be enforced to the letter.
HONOLULU, -I til v 2S -The Hawaiian Star today published an
interview with attorney llarrii-on who says that Redhnuse and Kinney,
editor of the Hilo Tribune, tried to have him put in the insane asylum.
Judge Woodruff and wife arrived today on the steamer Mongolia.
Messrs. Loighton and Mcndcnhall, irrigation experts, are here to
report on conditions.
Waialua plantation increased its dividend in -pile of the strike.
MADRID, .Ittlv 2!l. Spain is seething iii revolt, 'fhe government
has nnlered all its governors to crush nil revolts at any cost and with
out pity. Artillery is to be ued to deinnli.-h harrieade-i. 1
BARCELONA. July 2J. Many women and children have been
killed in revolt Artillery have been ordered her'.
Many reservists have crossed the Irontier 10 avoid service in
MELILLA, Julv '29 After hard lighting the t.iliesmen have been
NEW YORK, July '2!!.-Harry Pulliain the treasurer of
National League attempted suicide hv s.hooting. He dest roved
sight of both eyes and will probably die.
WASHINGTON, July 20. The wind last night was not favorable
to cross country Might by Orville Wright and thrKexperiment was post
poned. MADRID, July 28. King Alfonso has proclaimed martial law
and suspended constitional guarantees throughout 5pain.
WHITE PLAINS, July 28. Tlmw personally testified in his case
today to the satisfaction of his friends.
WASHINGTON, July 28. Orville Wright yill undertake a steer
ing test tonight for the government.
NEW YORK, July 28. Jeffries has posted a $1000 forfeit to fight.
HONOLULU, July 2S- The evidence in the trial yesterday brings
into light a desire to make a Japanese colony of Hawaii and showed
up the attitude of the Jiji.
Waikiki tells who struck the blow that killed Woatherille of the
Pleiades, He blames Cuinntings-.
Yokogawa the editor of the Maui Shinbun of Wailuku is again
The investigation of the Rainbow accident shows carelessness as
DOVER, Inly '2S. The motor of Lathams inotorplane stopped
when the craft was two miles off shore yesterday ami the air ship
plunged into the channel water in sight of thousands. Latham's nose
was broken but he sustained no serious damage. He was rescued from
drowning by the prompt action of the officers of torpedo boats.
Work Under Contractors-
expense of bringing out