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0. B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop.
MRS. C. B. ROBERTSON, Bus,, Mgr.
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. .1. W. Knlnn. Circuit .TikIjm,
I. N. K. Kevin. (Mfik Circuit Court,
Judge V. A. McKuy Dfst. MttglMlrnto.
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Li. M. HuUlwin, ShoiilT,
A. N. Hnvmldan, Dt-puty ShorM
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C. K. Linrtspy, " "
K. Wlttrock, " '
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W. R. Stiftiiry, Cnptnln l'ollce,
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M. Knuhiuihntt, " '
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W. T. Uollnin, Tux Assessor,
.t. N. K. Koolu, Deputy Answwot
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fjjj Wanted, --a nursery. Tlmre are many varieties of Island
fruits, such as .mangoes, avocado panrs, papayas and breadfruit,
ami also foreign senu-tropc fruits, young trees of which would
find a ready .market on Maun It would take but an acre or so to es
tablish such a nursery, and. if such, au enterprise wero handled in
connection with au agency for soma reputable nursery and seed
house on the coast, it would in the lvwU of a live man prove
8 The majority, in the legislature refused, as a political measure,
to pass a loan bill at the regular session, which act was on their
part, as Representa.ltve Dickey well termed it, a crime, and they
now ref uso to pass, an act which will permit congress to pass a
loan bill. Nothing box another, extra, session with its additional
loaves and fishes and poi will, satisfy thera, and that really seems
the only way out of tli-difficulty. -'3y aU means then let another
t-xtra session be called, with the hope that it will be another stone
around the neck of that misguided party when they are thrown in
to the sea of oblivion by a justly indignant people whose interests
they so studiously refuse to consider.
jQS If the Maui Racing" Association will take a valuable lesson
from, the experiences of older like associations on the coast they
will plan, for an agricultural, horticultural and industrial fair to be
held in connection with the July races in, 1902. This would prove
popular and successful from a financial standpoint, and many Ho
nolulu firms would gladly pay for space for exhibits for such
fair. Money could also be raised to give larger purses and thus
attract a better class, of horses. This is, a suggestion well worthy
of consideration and.it would be fitting for Maui to set the Islands
an example in the matter.
Clrcuf t CoorOii "iCelori.
A number of cause hav ewwftjrfrcd
to delay work lit the Circuit Court
this week, and the term, will probably
run over into next week..
On lust Saturday morning,. Fred.
Wood, the Spreckelsville burglar
was sentenced to imprisonment for
lite. The severity of the sentence at
first shocked the community, but as
they came to realize the- impontauee
a,id necessity, of teaching imported
criminals a lesson which they will
remember, public sentiment id gra
dually veering around, and tT only
fear is now that executive clemency
will act in the matter too soon.
In the case of Francisca do Rego
vs. John do Keyjo, divorce, planum
was nonsuited and prayer denied.
In the case of the Territory vs. G. G.
Seong, illict liquor selling at Lahaina,
Attorney Hons for defense, has
raised a novel point. In this case
the grand jury found an indictment
and presented defendent to the June
term of the Circuit Court for trial.
Attorney Hons claims on behalf of
of defendant that this being a misde-
mean or is triable by a district court
which has exclusive original jurisdic
tion in such cases. Judge Kalua
however handed down a decision ad
verse to the contention of Attorney
Judge Edings arrived on Tuesday
morning, and occupied t he bench on
Wednesday. George William Morris
appeared before by his attorney,
George Hons, for mitigation of sen
tence of one month in prison for as
sault and battery, and the sentence
was reduced to. a fine of $10 and
costs. George Morris appeared by
his attorney, J. M. Kanoakua, for
mitigation or sentence of one year s
cemfinement in the Industrial for
Two million Anftprican. workmen
will be represented In a congress of
union labor leaders that la culled to
meet in Chicago in July, to formulate
plans for consolidation of all trades
Unions of the United States into a
single federation, with one federal
head. Coming immediately after
the first skirmish of the unions with
the Morgan billion dollar steel trust,
the call for this meeting is more sig
nificant. Although the unions gain
ed a partial victory ovor the steel
trust at McKeesport, it is apparent
to all that the victory is not decisive,
but another and great battlo must
bo fought. It is to prepare for this
that the labor union leaders have de
cided to form Itheir forces into a
united army. There is peace now.
but the workmen will prepare for
war, "When tho great contest be
trins, it will end only when one side is
HJJOlHlf TRMTORS AW'f-njr-" f 1 "
nuiLUkKs. . nil qui vnna
Slopcr 3 Patterson
'nACtiCAt, Architects & BtfiLpERsI
Bids on Stone, Brick and Mason Con8tOntIy Oil Hand
In Bering strait Russia and Ame
rica shake hands, liig Uiomede is
land and Little Diomedo stand side
by sido, the former Russia's outpost,
the other our own. A little strip of
narrow sea lies between the two, and
so clear is the air on a fair day that
it seems as if from one island you
could easily reach across a hand to
tho other. North, across Ivotzebue
sound, is Ponit Hope, a barren sand
spit, extending iar into the Arctic
sea. It is tho home of a trlbo of JLs
kimos, who go to the mission school
and church and learn to sing hymns,
to epcak a little English and to use
The business of killing and packing
horse meat has been revived in Qre-
. and as conditions are more fa-
having been present as a spectator
at a razzle dazzle game, and his I vorable now for success, it is likely
sentence was reduced to. a fine of $3 1 to be continued indefinitely. About
jj The ratification of tho annexation treaty between the United
States and tho Hawaiian Islands made the latter a part of the Uni
ted States, as much as th Louisiana Purchase made the Louisi
ana Territory a part, or as much, as the cession of California b'
Mexico made the Pacific Coast a part, but the matter of Porto Ri
co and the Philippines is quite different, and the U. S. Supreme
Court wisely held that as to thjeso two latter countries, the voice
of the people expressed through their congressmen should finally
decide their status.
SR Is'nt it, curious? Take for instance
ladies, pure in heart, and reared acoording to
800 cayuse ponies have been sent in
from the ranges, and it is probable
that 10,000 will be slaughtered this
year, it is estimated mat mere are
moio than 500,000 cayuse ponias
ranging over the country tributary
Deputy Attorney Genera,! Davis,
whose initial efforts during the. term
I were bent on the suppression of .illi
cit liquor traffic, failed to appear In
court last Monday morning, and it
was deemed prudent to send a wire- to that market, stockmen are very
less message to Honolulu on Tuesday, anxious that these horses should be
for another prosecuting officer, in I driven away to preserve these
response to which Attorney De Bolt ranges for cattle and sheep. Horse
arrived on Thursday morning, and I meat has found favor in Norway and
will remain till the grand jury have I Sweden, and several orders have
adjourned and the criminal business 1 been received from there
of the Court is disposed of,
In the ejectment suit of Duarte I The Imperial opal, which the owner,
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in favor of plaintiff for
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jnuyj.uri.y i-iiau iettu iu cuiigiuentju uouimuuines, ana scuaytneir inai costs. He also named W. O.
xaces as mey watcn a mate ana iemaie m tne act oi dancing a hula Smith as administrator of the estate
at aluau. It is pathetic. to see how they try to look interested and of Ad-iipk N. ICalua.
The Wailuku Sugar Co. vs. Solo
mon Hale, ejectment, occupied the at
tention of the court and a jury all
day Thursday and till noon on yester
day. The case is and old timer, and
was partly tried by Judge Kalua,
who found that on account of certain
evidence wnicn was elicited, no was
disqualified' and he declined to try
not shocked lat a performance whose every gesture is an indecency
fitted only for the purlieus of, a plaisance.
Sjfc It will readily be admitted that it would be impossible for the
editor of this paper to visit all. parts of the Island every week in
search of news, and it is no less true that no county paper could
stand the dram of hired correspondents in every neighborhood.
There are many items of interest to the general public which
snouja oy rignt appear in the paper, but whioh are omitted simply it. The jury remained out about
because no one will' take, the" trouble to ring up tho pauer and re five minutes, and returned with a
port the news. ;"
Sue Imprisonment for life for burglary is a severe sentence, and
one at wnicn many will demun put the circumstances under
which the negro burglar of Spreckelsville was sentenced are such
lawj'cr, intended to present to Queen
Victoria, in honors of Federated
Australia, has been on view in Lon
don. The gem is worth probably
morethau $250,000, and the owner is
now anxious to present it to King
Edward to form part of the royal
regalia. It is about two inches long
and 1J inches in depth, and weighs
250 carats. It was discovered about
six years ago in Western .Queensland
It is one of the largest opals ever
seen, and displays most brilliantly all
the colors of the rainbow.
verdiot for defendant.
Yesterday monflng, the grand
jury presented three indictments,
one against Puu Hakolo, burglary,
one against Ah Foo Tai for burglar
and on atraiiiRt TTirat.sv hrihprv
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" J " """"" uw.i.stJmjr i a ituo uiimu onine insy also investigated the cnarges
islands, ana tne sooner that imported criminals are taught that against William Towles. Kanakaau
they can expect no leniency for their dastardly crimes, the better kai and Nishimura, and recommend-
it will be for the the community at large.
JS! Senator Morgan of Alabama holds that true liberty and re
publican institutions will be strengthened and restored by depriv
ing the ignorant, irresponsible, incapable and unpatriotic element
in the south from, participating in the affairs of the State. That is
doubly true in Hawaii, $nd the, sooner that educational qualifica
tions a,ve required $cr voters here, the better it will be for all of
jy -mere is not a, single live merchant in Wailuku", was the ex-
ciamauonoi a coast arummer wjio recently visited Maui, after
having spent many years among the live business men of the
coast. In this matter he was of course mistaken, but he is to be
forgiven, for he had probably been lpoking for them in the adver
Rising columns oi the News,
j3S The visits of Wil,pp3c and the visit of Beckley to the Coast will
ed the discharge of the prisoners,
which was granted.
A clockmakor in Utah has made
clock, which in addition to striking
the hours, halves and quarters, as
well as showing the phases of the
moon, tells what time it is . in every
I city of the world. This line is alway
I directly over that part of the world
where it is noon at that time. Th Gl
are other lines representing the dif-
i fereut hours, and in this way it is
very simple mattter to get the exact
time at any given place.
Salvation Army Meetings.
SATURDAY, JUNE 1.1
Wailuku Open air at 7 p.
Indoor meeting at 7-45 p. m. "
wauunu aioie uiass at y a m,
Jail meeting at 10 a. ni. Junior meet
ing at 3 p. m. Soldiers' meeting at 4
p. m. Open air at 7 p. m. & Indoor
meeting at 7.43 p, m,
Wiluku Japanese school at
Hamakuapoko Junior meeting at
3 p. ra.
Pauuwela Meeting iu Hoomana
A clergyman while catechising his
Sunday school had occasion to ask
the children the meaning of the wor
"epistle." A little girl in tho young
est class was so certain that she
knew that she did not hesitate
minute, but, with the greatest
confidence, answered, "An epistle
the wife of an apostle.' New York
Sketches and Estimates
Furnished on Short Notice.
R. A. WADSWORTH
P. E. LAMAR & CO.
Contractors & Engineers.
We solicit all kinds of construction
work, such as Railroad, Gov't
Roads, Reservoirs, DitGhes,
Wells, Tunnels, etc., etc.
P. E. LAMAR.
Mxm. Tech. Soc.Pau. Coast.
W. H. KING
Corner Main & Market Streets.
Cclory 4 Iron
Delivery wagon will visit
Wailuku Mondays, Wednesdays
and Saturdays; Haiku, Tuesdays
and Fridays; Kihei, Mondays,
and Thursdays; Kahului, Moiir
days and Saturdays; Spreckels:
ville, Wednesdays and Thurs
Post Office Adress:
UMaul Soda & Ige Works,
Kahului, Maui, T. H.
Corpenter & Builder
Plans and estimates furnished.
WAGON & CARRIAGE REPAIRING
. ,.First Class Material on Hand.
Cabinet Work a Specialty.
W. H. KING
Contractor & Builder
(Formerly Head Carpenter at Kibci.)
Has located at Wailuku. Building
Contracts taken in all parts
of the Island, A large force
of skilled assistants always
P. O. Box 63
Tel. No. 893
G. MACFARLANE & Co. , Ltd.
Pure American and
Selected Grand v.
Beer A Wines
Ice Cold Drinks
Opp. Wailuku Depot
WAILUKU. - - MAUI.
Matt. McCann PRoriUETon
America & Scotch Whiskey
Beer, Ale a3 Wine--
Ice Cold Drinks.
Lahaina, Maul T, H,
W C Peacock
R. R. CO.
And Doaiors n
bear healthful fruit, and it is seriously to be regretted that the en- naauo'Church at 7 p. m.
tire home rule legislature could not take a junketing trip to the
United States for six months, after the adjournment of the legis
lature. They would thereby learn much that they ought to know.
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fOt 4-wo nouaays in one weeif.and that during the June term of
court is rather too much. Cannot some way be devised to let both
: holiday come on the same day next year?
tJt The legislature is discussing the propriety of wiping out the
me mimia on me islands, it wouM be more to the point if the
, legislature were wipc4 out,. instead.
Keaanae Salvation meeting at
Nahiku Salvation meeting at 7
Sprecklesville, Cajp 5, in Club
house, at 7 p. m. ,.
FRIDAY, 21. .vw
Salvation meeting in Hana in the
Waihee Meeting at 7. p. in. .
J. H. Bamberry, Capt.
Spain has joined the gold standard
nations. Five of its silver pesetas
are no longer a legal tender lor one
dollar. That ratio was a losing
game for the government and the
Spanish people, and the gold stand-
are will now be enforced throughout
GREEN RIVER WHISKEY
O. V. C. Special
PABST BEER & TONIC
marie BrUnrd & Roger!
French Brandies and
anci i aoie Wines,
All Leading Brands
PHONE 4. HONOLULU
BRIDGE STREET HILO, HAWAt
An unofficial statement from Wash
ington represents that the census of
last year shows a colored population
of 8,500,000 in the United States.
This is a triHe more than 1,000,000 of
an increase during the past tea years.
Smokestacks, 200 feet high, 75 in
circurafereme at the base and 40 at
the top, .are manufactured at St.
Louis, and cost 20,000 each.
Wilder S. S. Co
Terminals at Wailuku,
Paia. . . .
TELETHONS K, 1
Rainier Bottled beer, of Seattl
C. Carpy & o., Uncle Sam ina
Cellars and Distillery. Nana, al
Jesse Moore Whiskey
Cream ureRye whiskey
Long Lils hiskey
Lexington Cltjb Old Bourbon Whiskej
J F Cutter's v hlskev
Moet & Cliandin White Seal Cham
A. G. D1CKINS,