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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
MAUI BLUE BOOK
OmcK, IJA1LEY BLOCK, T-'Ain Sr.
WAILIKI. MALI, T. H.
One your, 0" viil alio")
Six months, ''
n in,i,K ,r 'tu Ni:
ll'ins ou in-t-ini'iii inp'rs. inu
tun' slilcut iiiHi'"'. f iirii ynnr I"""
. will Iw bi!!d-iutlit4Milut il'(4.i.',Mii.i
G. B. ROBERTSON. Ed
MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr
H.in .1. W. Kulii'i. l in-uit .hull.'.'.
I w K Ki-nlii. Clerk ('In-Hit Court.
jiiUKi" W. A. Mi-Kay Xisi. .Muuistruti
" 0lm4 .."n.
" Kitl'uli'llo. "
" U:ii'iUil'l, " ,
' .lusi'pil. "
" IMimiiim. "
" I,ihiHilmluh:tlt. "
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V. itllrtl k, 4
U. Trim! lu,
V. K. SiviTury, ruiiiiiin Piillce,
j M. Kn.iloHil.ti'n.
J r 1.111, is. y.
and F'l Op. K. J. Froary,
W. 1. Ho lnn. -rax amimit,
J N. K. K.nlti, Uupr.ty Asscnir
V. O. Alki'ii,
U. lutiii, "
Tiio following extract from
iirliole w it ton by Kev. S. E. Bishop
ir.ul ul nlioil in tlio March nuniboi
of tho Fi '.ond is well worth preserv
in, not only for its quaint pen
nicUire in nklen times in Laliainu,
lint also as an authentic account of
tho origin of the Lahaina cocoaiuit
Mr. Ki 'tards also, in conjunct ion
u-illi the notable Governor Hoapia
lirst stone Church in the
It was a very sub
M iiUhw no
wuiiuku built th
Island, in 1S.U.
We shall, no doubt, refer aaio to
this topic. Tho late pow-wow on
the interpreter question in the legis
lature assembly imlieutes that the
Hawaiian language will not be
, . . ii r- 1,
snuileil oui yei. 'njiieuii
NOT DRIEO CUKUANT8.
w. h. kino Popular
Corner Main & Market Streets.
'Mother wants a pound of dried
currants," said a little girl who cune
into the learned grocer s store in
'T hain't ot a dried currant in
41,.. Kt.m-c mid there ham t none in
l'lans and estimates furnished.
WAC.ON Ct CARRIAGE REPAIRING
. . " .'-i-i ' v.: 1 tl,;,r if ln- liiirl
Consul Hainan coma nave pxprnuu-u ..... - - -, (
HIT HI ' t 111 HIS -'A MilU.n u.nn
... . ' 1! , . .. :n I . A 11 ,lt...1 li.nli.n .1in.l l.r
s aiitiai '..'..u counniH.umiM on ui .... v, xue t'ljr, iqiua.iut.vi.. mv.B..t..
which I remember attending before "But 1 1-. now what you want, sissy,
thorough masonry had received any and I've got 'em.
. 11...... i i -i i t 1 1,
i ne new jaiicries i j ne learned groeor urouguu nuni
... .1 i . ., i!ui.
were crowoed wun peopie. m- a uox 01 ine iiniv, wm-nv, oi'ji
odiurch through the cocoa-1 jrritty currants used in fruitcake,
The plum puddings, nance pies, buns and
and I the like.
tlio "Why, them's 'em!'' exclaimed the
Of 1 ? 4 I In irirl
i v. v. v v . . ...... - lltrclu 11 111.11,1 m.vi v.. .lllu.ll.,.
anil the ml minis t rat ion found itself nuts to the ground, being used only "Yes; them's 'em," assented the
. 1 T- 1 I . J 1 1. fi.. 1..,,,., I . . ... . -I
lent anu muy ,,,,,. "iuid if the urcciiin maioen
I j AUG E ST(3CK
First Class Material on Hand,
1 in inr.li !ihintrton
inru iv v.ii- ........ ...j .
.... i .i i ... i il, ,. .I...,, ,,! 'I lirvp i 110
still have remained ino greaier u ui walked t
: . - . . ' . ii? 1. it. 111 ! .i,tiii-.c ;
doubt but that at tirst it was the plan to esuiiMisn me l '""Pi"'-- .... n)Vl. nortil of the editice.
an.iii.Wift with A ninaldo as president. Hut yraplnc descnp- the,, younif,
tions of the wonderful" riches of the Philippines tired. the heart L.mu1(.mi ut the nea.n,ess of
. .. . . i- ...i.i ',.K . fiiv tl'm linssossioil i. .i f..,..wl. nii.1 ll-.i. j.1ntfii
or the American peoine nnn " uuih-ij
ii-.ul mviipvsh'm of the Islands,
... . . . ... t-iAn nt ,i.,,ii,.i. fu..lino.i. ooiisHiiuent V v Hainan to the more anc
. ....... . r........ r.,.,.in..ll. id to stultify of Kailua. Tliose Hoa pill trees, in , . i ti.:s uarticu ar lot of
mid Williams nuu evfu ihmu l - .. .
themselves in order to satisfy the chanpe of sentiment which their turn, are v i gea w , inlo slllllsliap(, i,ad used a l.tt e water
liemseives. in tiuei 3 Kdn,inistration is not to decorously walked, the threclhchards or evcn a (oather duster on her feet
had grown up in the Linte l States 1 he ad 1 1 'l boys su,(,lln,y marched abreast in b(,fo.(! sll0 bogan there wouldn't b,
be blamed for the prese nt unsat, slacto, c fronl B, us. There were then no s0 inudl ,M.it i 'em as there is. She
the Philippines, but rather the dear people themsohts, una tuat wll.rIllWlonal.kl8hlTjallui,m) t.xt.ept must lmve bccn i1!ivillg regular
i tlin truth. Mu (id-iloii. 11 noblv irood woman. 1 i.n , iu r.lnmiin nml lioiore
Cabinet Work a Speelnlty.
W. H. KING
The Hawaiian News
Co., L'cl, make a spe
cialty of filling or
ders Sor all the
Contractor & Builder HAWAIIAN NEWS
Wlu;e motherly aid greatly support- sll0 H.,,an to dance 011 this
ml tho rather foenle Mrs, Richards. ,
It is reported that the law against kahunaisin is to 00 lepeiu- Mr. Spalding ana ui: cnapin came slie u,st bathe 'em in several w aters
M-l 51 . .1...- ...ill 1. .,V( I .1 I.. lU'.I.J r. 1 i 4 . l-.trtl I'l'A. 1. . ... .. - " n.. ..1... . r. ,1
1 lllli. LllilL 11... in.."..; . i.i ! ill . ..... ......... ..... I Mf.liirf. Sill! USL'S V'l Ol' l'"l."
bably Rev. Lorrni Andrews liad just just as wcn ,iut, a lot of san-.liiaper
will started the Seminary at Lahainaluna, , j r fru;t t.ake. And tell her that
it nt. tho iiivspnt, session of the legislature
. . 1J If Jit.. t 11
lie done, still no particular harm wouki resun u ui .u '-
, , , in. ..i: il.iliwinns Will
eueaieu. ivanunaism, hub sjinriijU.iii.-Mii mn ... . - - i .... . , i . . ,,
. jj.u...i. I I r .1, T lm.l r.linrrro f.irtv vears I .1 :..-. ,i..!.l ,...,.i1u f. -ll,oi. "
v,..,...w. - ... n . I I, L I .1 11. J -
, .,tii,,in 1a nvicl. In Bllito llf l'Ol-ll'PSsiViJ hlV.S. . beCUUSO
..,iawh.in:.,.K- i.,vrt.,-, ho d.Oiuled into the belief that later. "What's the reason they ain't
'; ,ey 'can dabble in e.xcarnal mysteries. While overt acts of kahu- We heard much of Iloapili-wahine (lriud curranter demanded a dis
.'.Sm may be suppressed by the strong arm of the law, yet beliefs or Kalakua bu 1 do no rcmeei latlvo customer when the
. . - , , , . . , mi , 1 4....,.1,v tlio UI ULle M'lMl iil-i. -J."- "".'".. ,a, .rone. . 1 ouiiuuis UI1V
;. mnot oe icsisuuea uui m u.visu-utB. j.h n... ...
out of existence
; .ily cure for kahunaism.
11 ine present icgisiaiuiu iJivivr,r.-n ......... . j
. ent bill, no better plan could be adopted that to secure the cojy?r
' ivernrnent acts of the different states and tervitorieicqiHred
if jMimoli.imeim jft s0,,i,i lo
. tnartTss t ie morn ihsoivlfi- .if ihnt
x . . 1 : ..i .i., 4 Fwino ii r'nlllll V COVni'll- I .
II ine present ie.gisi.ii.uiu v - V-7 " , , icanort. She and Mr. Tii.-lmr.
leaned much upon each other. I have
heard that on one occasion the mis
sionary sought to relieve the old
queen by blecdiug, but was unable
to find the vein in the mass of fat
enclosing it. Ou another occasion.
he asked her why she did not plant
cocoanuts upon an unoccupied tract
at the north end of tho town. She
wanted to know of what use they
would ever be to her at her aire.
But where will be the nius of your
grandson. Lot?" (Kamehameha V).
llie o!d lady instantly disnatchad
lier schooner to Puna for a caro of
the nuts, which became the immense
grove now bounding Lahaina oil the
birth, a:ul a wife of Kamehameha, ,....un they are dried pumpkins,"
to whom she bore Kmau, tne nioinr repuea ine grocer. "The reason
.!. 1 C . t J., ...1.;.!. m nKini.Vjnt vir.miPKM of VH'OnJifl to thoin.
s; llllUU OlillUS, lit IU1.U . ..v 1. .
- .n be found as to the limited number of salaried, ,.n, and a like
... -. . i.i.. . - .I...
r a county croverninent, aim the inouest s- auiu iu couuuci
.'ith the excessive police force propeslyv''tnan present,
V .dnet ion in salaried offices, the I slap
L.unicipal government at a uiw-'hid the police is invited to the
-inBiuanxa iorms of vagrancy which permeate Wailuku and Kahului,
to say nothing of other points on the Island where it exists as
well. It will require faithful and careful espionage on the part
v. ... 1Wu, to uuu ine ngnt parties, and a strenuous effort ou
uepan oi tne public prosecutjr to effect convictions, but such
iimenuu care on tne part of the police department would be vorv
1"UU"H UIirui,m tie matter of repressing incipient crimi-
- bU luuuer oi expunging or suppressing records of
what sha be considered as its "proceedings," there is no doubt
but that the legislature has that power. About ten years since,
; lUB assemoiyman trom .Siskiyou, a scathing ro
port condenimncr Assemblvmiin liv,,,.,,' "...
- u -..v. uu.1. lamuiiio wtis ro-
fused to be allowed to be printed in the daily journal of the pro-
0. luei J1UU!J0 OI ine u!llUorn;a legislature. Senator
Kaiue was right, if not wise in the matter.
& The News once more enters a solemn protest againt the vari
ation in tune at the different points on the Island of C ni!"
s neither sense nor excuse to be urped in favor ; t n
diversity of 1 h ,hi,vc , ... .f . '. . f J' 01 "f lho Psent
- towns, and the Planters' Association or some 'X, 1 "1
working body should take hold of the matte; Hh ,f
-.that the majority of the people on Maui will t . Z
t oward unanimity in our time pieces. JU lLo moVe
:mporary financial stringency, the r J , 1 "Il,r to
. . 'epnceofmeatlaWuilukuisnotexcessive a 1 ttn '' 5"
id the possibility of successful cold ltn,. f 8 conlded.
Ivance in check Strwffe llla' bold a ""due
'-gMusansxcnse thnt it. , not ilnl f t ?tnU,ry. time,
-'ditora in the MC vi T " ,,M'h """"Mice to
itary laws JXul T,Z tho
- Ns will undortfke: the , " to see IT'
icer, if appointed, does his duty. SUch an
irLfflC1? hT th'b 1)rS fesluture does,:pi.0yided
it.does.Well.-ati extra soX shouW be tigared on . for tWe i
Si ,W' Wt ttf ,40ne thaD Ca,i ':ly bel La
withm the time allowed by law for the presunt sessin.
We eic.i'ratulate our brother.
Robertson, on having piloted his
paper, the Maui News, through the
storms anu stress of a vear. Ve
kiiow assuredly that he has had some
halcyon days, whou he has had tin
to recover himself from ho waves
have bcuk'ii upon his J5ark, for no
one can r, ad his words without, ihv
feeling of appreciation of good and
true work, and some of this must
lave reached the ears of the editor.
Mr. Robertson has our heartv wishes
for continued success.
We agree with the Maui News
tiiat it would be a mistake to make
U12 study of the Hawaiian hm.'uai'e
a compulsory study in our public
schools, but it certainly might be
introduced as an alternative, and a
voluntary subject. In that case
many would undertake it, for while
it is a living language, and not likely
to die out in this generation, it is
useful to acquire it, and well to pre
serve it in IU .purity. Moreover the
statement that the Hawaiian langu
age is "hybrid in its nomenclature."
is not exactly correct. It has, of
course, imported foreign words to
express things and conditions not
indigenous, but no primitive lamruat'e
can.be .pureiv simpler pr.more ex
pressive than the Hawaiian.
The prin. ipal reasons we hold for
the preservation and use of the native
tongue, apart from its archaeoloiieal
value, are first, that it enables the
teacher of Hawaiian children to
'sound the- depths ' of his"' teaching,
and brings him into tho closest con
tact with his pupils. The best of
teaching is liable to prove only a
veneer, if the teacher and pupil can
not thoroughly understand each
other; and secondly, the labor of
learning; tliis living tongue ' enablus
the. teacher .to ympathue with Uls
pupil.-i in their endeavors to master
th3 foreign lauguage he is hnpartin"
they ain't dried currants is that
they weren't, currants before they
were dried. Good reason enough,
"Yes," said the customer, less
disputative than he was. "But what
does everybody call them dried cur
rants for then?'
"Cause they don't know any bet
ter," said the learned grocer. "They
will go right on coming in here and
asking for dried currants just the
sanio after I tell 'em why they ain't
dried currants as they did before."
"What should they ask for, then?"
inquired the customer.
"If any mau hould come inhere
and ask for dried coriuths," replied
the learned grocer, "ho would not
necessarily be a gentlenan, but I'd
bet on him being a scholar. Dried
corinths is what .j-ou should ask for
wnen you want this little sugar
coated, gritty raisin, for it's a raLsiu
pure and simple.
How's that?" the customer want
ed to know.
"Because it was a grape before
it was dried, said the grocer, "and
if raisins ain't grapes what are they?"
But you said these were dried
corinths," persisted the customer
"What's a corinth, anyhow?"
A corinth is tho smallest grape
that grows," replied the learned
grower, "audit lost its name years
and years ago because it was rradu
ally corrupted into 'currant,' which
became also the name of tho acidul
ated little berry of our garden, which
you might dry from now until Gabriel
sounds his horn without gettin" it
nearer tho condition of a raisin thau
a pea is.
"This little grape grows all over
the islands of the Gracian archipelago
and was firt exported from Corinth,
and that s what gave it its proper
name. The bunches don't grow
much bigger thau a stem of red our-
rants, and they are so full o' sugar
tnat when they are picked and dried
in tho suu they actually scorn to
melt and run together like gumdrops
and it takes a lot of care and work
to separate them again.
"After they are separated is the
time when the Grecian maiden gets
her work iu on 'em, for it is- one of
Ler pleasant' duties to juirip ou a
heap of the sticky stuff with tier bare
feet until she has oompTess'e.d enough
ofthelilUe raWns to squeeze three
boxes of them intoon'e. No' hydraulic
pump co.dd do it better. If it could,
wo wouldn't have the sand and grit
the maiden's feet mingle with the
fruit, and without that no dried
corinths are genuine. '
"Still, I shall expect folks to come
iu here ihjht along and ask for dried
curraiits,i; just the same," sdfd the
learned grocer as ho weut to'ult.
ou a 'new customer. New York
(Formerly Hon.1 Carpenter tit tfluev)
H:is Inc.! Lted at Wailuku. Buildin
Contracts taken in nil parts
of the Island. A lafge force
of skilled assistants ulway
Address P. O. Box G84. HouoluluV
And Dealers in
: Wailuku f
luACr'ARLANE & Co., Ltd.
Pure American and
Ice Cold Drinks
Opp. Wailuku Depot
WAILUKU. " - MAUI.
Wilder S. S. Co.
Terminals at Wailuku,
Paia. . . .
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Constantly on Hand
Root Beer ,
Celery & Iron
Delivery wagon will visit
Wailuku, Mondays, Wednesdays
and Saturdays; Haiku, Tuesdays
and' Fridays: Kihoi
and Thursdays; Kahului, Mon
days and Saturdays; Spreckels
villo, Wednesdays and Thurs
days. TJ.q fl.. A .1
Maul Soda & Ice VVoiks
Kallului; Mutlii .H.
Matt. McCasx Pkoprietob
America & Scotch Whiskey
Beer, Ale a Wine
ice Cold Drinks.
Lahaina, Maui T. H,
W C Pcacoc
GREEN RIVER WHISKE V
O. V. G. Special
PABST BEER & IONIC
marie. Brlzard & Fto(rc
RrpnirH Hrandles and
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