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'fice, BAILEY BLOCK, KaiV St.
. WAILIKI. MALI, T. 1L
One year, (in dVnno) . i
i.v montlis, " ....
The colu,mn hi .'he Nsws ndmH l onimitntca
timH on portinrnt topics. Write only on
one aide of. pnpor. SUn your nivme which
ulll be held ciulldeniiiil if deatreJ.
G. B. ROBERTSON, Ed.' and Prop.
:MRS. 0. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr.
$ A Very lively and general interest is being manifested by the
trio snrofiBB of
i i .
lish a bank at Wailuku, and this interest is beginning to take a
practical and substantial form; The people ot Maui should make
it a point of honor to subscribe for
pnseJVill be a purely local one.
Islands in the hands of men of moderate meana to establish two
such banks if necessary, and the absolute need for one such bank
should be sufficient incentive to
Fire share or even two share subscriptions are quite' a welcome
?n thMr ffnv as l.ircor ones, nnd everv T)rorreive- man H Maui
-- b T
should take at least a little stock
Si Hawaiian tradition tells us that
found their war to the Islands.-a
uninterrupted phalanx spread out
Maalaea Bay. This is quite probable, and the destruction oS this
forest should be remedied as far as possible. The Unitedi States
government has taken up the matter of restoring forests in earn
and the territory should follow
moftey at its back must take the
offered for successful forestry work. Even the children at school
should grow up strongly imbued with this idea, sorhat they at least
may repair the mischief which their forbears- have done
The proposition of establishing a sugar refinery on the Is
lands is a pipe dream for some years yet, if at all. Sugar is sent
directly from many of the ports on the Islands to the coast or the
east where there are refineries, with the minimum of handling,
whereas if there were a refinery on the Islands, sugar would have
to be shipped to the refinery, unloaded, refined, and then refthipped
to the coast. Besides, the materials necessary for the refining
'"process would nearly all have to be imported, to say- nothing of
the first cost of erecting a refinery. However if the time should come
when a refinery, should be established, Kahului is the logical spot
for its establishment. " .
SSL The Advertiser isjmaking a strenuous fight with pen and pen.
. cil against calling aniextra session of the legislature for the pur
pose of raising funds to meet the current expenses of the govern
ment. But it is a solemn truth that something has got to be done,
and done right away. If not an extra session, what? The Adver
tiser shouldjeither telVus or stop fighting the only practical method
of raising revenues. It is all bosh about raising the county seat
fight again at,anyextra session. Let's have the extra session
and-be done with it.
JJJjj There is not a more healthful breakfast fruit on the Islands
or on earth than the papaya, yet how many readers of this editor
ial had a generous slice of this delicious golden globe for breakfast
this morning? The papaj a makes a rapid growth, maturing its
' fruit within a year after being planted, and is a prolific bearer
the year round. It take3 but little room, shooting heavenward in
a slender spire, and heeds but little attention. Curious that more
of. them aro not planted in and about our door yards.
i$l Our able and efficient legislature has just appropriated $5,000
000 for the next two years expenses. A mere bagatelle, truly,
but enough to skimp along on till times get better. Now it may be
fairly supposed that having appropriated this amount, they will in
ttra session, pass a loan bill to cover the amount of the appro
priation. Guess w had better let the extra session go and wear
jur last year's shirt waist for another session.
Delegate Wilcox is agitating
islands, and as usual is making
iccomplish in that direction this
J himself seriously in the matter, but will very likely be shrewd
jh to work up an "issue'
next hing, to lead the ignorant
fooled uito tending him to congress.
JSS The proposition of fitting
by ravaging British commerce
one, but this is now the twentieth century, and that charmin,
"method of buccaneering has become obsolete. If Krueger has any
hope of winning out against England, he could tdo nothing which
would so effectua'ly kill all his possible chances as to attempt a
jjf The income tax is all right in theory, but practically it can
never be made to work satisfactorily. The old fashioned plan of
taxing all'property equally, both personal and real, at so many
cents on the hundred dollars is the only practical method, and the
one on which the Islands must depend for revenue.
j3f What has becomeof the Kahului yatch club? Nothing is
more exhilarating than boat racing, either with the oars or sails,
and now that athletic sports are being initiated on Maui, we
- should Jiftv nautical sports as .well, .
MAUI BLUE BOOK
m - j: Knlun, Circuit Judee, Wiillm"""
K. Kcclo. I'lerk iMrouit ixmrt, Wftiluki1
Judge W. A. MKy Dist.MagtHtrotO, "Wntluku
)!. C"PP, .
" Kahftulc lk) ' ."
" KaloitoMi, " ' "'
" Piimnnu, " '
" Mnhoe "- "
." Kuhoohalnf4h. " "
tf. Baldwin, Sherllt,.
S.lWVsiie,s Deputy Shod!)?
kBm.-. ;; '
K. Lmds. ey, (
w; S'. stuTery, uapiain rnira,
V. T. Rofinson, Tax Assessor,
J N. K: KWrta, Deputy Assessor.
W. O. AiUon,. "
Q. Dunn, '
J. Gross, "
the -present attempt to estab-
all the stock, so that the enter-
ithere is-money enough on the
call forth . liberal subscriptions
tj x- - lJ
in the new banki
'before the haole an rcie- oipi
vast forest of large - trees- in an
from Wailuku all. the- way
suit. A forestry bureau: with
initiative, and bounties, should be
the question of statehood for the
large promises as to what he will
winter. Of course he does not
which will serve him as well as the
credulous natives whom he
out privateers to assist the Boers
on the seas is no doubt a brilliant
A musical phrase tomes over
sea. v. ,
Wela Kallao! Jv
It is full of cheer as a phrase can be,
Wcla Ka Hao!
It comes from the fair Hawaiian
Where 'tis served in the best Ka
With a dash, of joy and a cheery
Wela Ka Haol
Its meaning?' Speaking it and you
Wela Ka Haol
It comes from a heart full of hap
piness Wela Ka Haot
The way, is clear and the skies are
And the thought is "Good! It is
done all right,!"
Op as some folks savs. "It 19 out
Wela K Hao!;
Hiiro be free- from, distress and
Wela Ka Hao!;
If a brave man marries, a. maiden
Wela Ka Hao!
If a chorus" renders, a. beautiful
If a good man helps another along,
pr if things come tight tba.t, were
once all wrong,
Wela Ka Hao!
Washington's steward was. a. man
named Fraunces, who liked good liv
ing and with whom Washington con
tinually quarreled about the market
ing. One time he bought a shad in
February, and as Washington saw it
coming into the dining room he was
charmed and asked what lish it was.
"It is a shad," replied the steward;
" a very fine shad. It was the only
one m the market, and I bought it
"But what did you pay for it?
said Washington sternly.
"It is a very fine shad," continued
the steward, "and it is cooked to
"But I want to know the price
the price I" .
'It cost $3," stammered out
"Take it away," said Washington
as he raised ms nanus: "lane u
away. It shall never be said that
set such an example of luxury and ex
And with that he drove the stew
ard out of the room, and the shad
was eaten in the servants' kitchen.
She was newly arrived from the
old country, and she went to the
store for syrup.
"Give me a pound oi treacle," she
said to the grocer.
"Treacler repeated .the grocer,
"You mean molasses."
"We dott't sell it by the pound
but by the measure."
"Oh, then give me a yard! Pitts
He (about to ask for a kiss) !
have an important question to ask
She (playfully) I know what it is
ueorge. xou want me to be your
wife. Well, take me.
He (rather taken aback) This
somewhat sudden, ins't it.
She (tenderly) I don't know
George, whether it is sudden for you
or not, but I have waited for it for
three years. London Standard.
One of . Judge Howland s stories
had to do with the old Maine farmer
who had been married four times
Shortly after the death of his fourth
wife a neighbor stopped him and
"Mornin, Cyrus. How s the wife
"Waal, to ten ye the truth, re
plied Cyrus, "I'm kinder out of wives
just now. Detroit Free Press.
She-I tell you the moral superior
ity of woman is recognized in the
language itself. There isn't any
feminefor "rascals," is there?
He Of course not, but that's be
cause She That's because there aro no
feminine rascals! Chicago Tribune.
"Do you think I am capable of act
ing a part?" asked the stagestruck
"I do," replied the busy manager.
"and the farther apart we are when
you act the better it will suit me."-
Tfhe followii g is a list of the Fed
eral taxes repealed July 1st;
Bank checks, 2 cents.
Bill of lading for export, 10 cents.
Bond of obligation by guarantee
company, of one cent on each dollar.
Certificates of damage, 25 cents.
Certificates of deposit, 2 cents.
Certificates not otherwise speci
fied, 10 cents.
Charter party, t3 to flO.
Chewing gum, 4 cents each $1,
Commercial brokers, 120.
Drafts, sight, 2 cents.
Express receipts, 1 cent.
Insurance Life 8 cents on pach
$100; marine, inland, fire, i cent on
each dollar; casualty, fidelity and
guarantee, J cent on each (I.
Lease, 25 cents to $1.
Manifest for custom-house entry,
$1 to $5.
Mortgate of conveyance in trust,
20 cents for each 11,500.
Order tor payment of money on
ight or on demand.
.Perfumery and cosmetics, J pent
for oach 5 cents. I
Po wer of attorney to vote, lOppnts,
Power of attorney to sell, 25. prints.
Pro.u.issory notes, 2 cents for each
ProDftotary medioines, 1 cent for
each 5 cents.
Protest, 25 cents.
Telegraph messages, 1 cent.
Telephone .messages, 1 cpnt.
United Sto.tes money orders,
cents for each $100.
Warehouse receipts, 25 cents.
He that cannot obey cannot com
Happy's the w ooing that's not long
As charms are nonsense, nonsense
is a charm.
A good man isi seldom uneasy,
ill one never easy. ;
II you would be reveng d or your
enemy, govern yourself.
A wicked hero will turn his back
to an innocent coward.
Do good to thy friend to keep him
to thy enemy to gain him.
An innocent plowman is more
worthy than a vicious prince.
Teach your child to hold his tongue
he'll learn fast enough to speak
Bucephalus, the horse of Alexa
der, hath as lasting fame as his
There have been as great souls un
known to faino as any of the most
Don't value a man for the quality
he is of, but for the quality he pos
There's nothing more heroic than
the ability to say no to yourself oc
He that u rich need not livt, spar
ingly, and ho that can live sparingly
need not be rich.
Grief for a dead wife and a troub
lesome guest continue to the thresh
old, and there are at rest.
From a review in Science of De
Mortillet's great work on prehistoric
times the following is condensed
Twelve chapters are devoted to the
question of tertiary man. It is con
eluded that while man did not exist
duriug this period, precursors
man more intelligent than any of the
living anthropoids did exist.
Pithecanthropus erectus is consid
ered as the immediate precursor of
man. The Calaveras skull is reject
ed. The paleolithic period is consid
ered as corresponding to the early
quarternary, and 220,000 years is
assigned as the length of this period.
Add to this number 10,000 years for
the protohistoric and neolithic per
iods and 6,000 years more for the
historic period, and we have 238,000
years, which is, according to the
authors, a moderate estimate of
An editor has been inspired, after
looking over his list of delinquent
subscribers, to compose the following:
How dear to our heart is the old
silver dollar, when some kiud sub
scriber presents it to view; tho liberty
head without necktie or collar, and all
the strange things which to us seem so
new; the wide-spreading eaglo, the
arrows below it, the stars and the
word with the strange things they
tell; tho coin of our fathers, wo're
glad that we've known it, for some
time or other 'twill come in right
well; the spread-eagle dollar, the
Btar-spangled dollar, the eld silver
j dollar we all love so w
ENGINEERS, CONTRACTORS AND
Practical Architects & Bcildehs
Sketches and EfstUnates
Furnished on Short Notice.
Bld on Stone Brick and Mason
P. E. LAMAR & CO.
Contractors & Engineers.
We solicit all kinds of construction
work, such as Railroad, Gov't
Roads, Reservoirs, Ditches,
Wells, Tunnels, etc., etc.
P. E. LAMAR,
Mem. Tech. Sctc.PAc. Coast.
Corner Main & Market Streets. .
Carpenter & Builder
Plans and estimates furnished.
WAGON & CARRIAGE REPAIRING
First Class Material on Hand
Cabinet Wotk a Specialty.
W. H. KING
Contractor & Builder
(Formerly Head Carpenter at Kibc.)
Has located at Wailuku. Building
Contracts takon in all parts
of the Island, A large force
of skilled assistants always
P. O. Box 63
Tel. No. 203
R. R. CO.
And Dealers n
$ LUMBER $
Wilder S. S. Co
Terminals at Wailuku,
Paia. . , .
R. A, WADSWORTH
Constantly on Hand
Celery & Iron
Delivery wagon .will visit
Wailuku Mondays, Wednesdays
and Saturdays; Haiku, Tuesdays
and Fridays; JCihei, Mondays
and Thursdays; Kahului, Mon
days and Saturdays; Sprockels-
ville, Wednesdays and Thurs
Post Office Adreas;
ftllMaui Soda & Ice Works.
- Kahului, Maui, T. H.
G. MACFARLANE & Co., Ltd.
Pure American and
Beer & Wines
Ice Cold Drinks
Opp, Wailuku Depot
WAILUKU. - - MAUI.
Matt; McCann Proprietor
America & Scotch Whiskey
Beer, Ale Wine-
Ice Cold Drinks.
Lahaina, Maui TYH.
W C Peacock
GREEN RIVER WHISKER
O. V. C. Special s
PABST BEER & TONIC
FREEBOOTER GIN .
AAarle Brlzard & Roger
French Brandies and
and Table wines.
All Leading Brands .
PHONE 4. HONOLUH
BRIDGE STREET HILO, HAWAI
Rainier Bottled beer, of Seattl
C. Carpy & o., Uncle Sam Ins
Cellars and Distillery, Napa, al
Jesse Moore Whiskey
Cream ure Rye Whiskey
Long Life Whiskey
Lexington Club Old Bourbon Whiske:
J F Cutter's Whiskey
Moet & Chandon White Seal Cham
A. G. DICK1NS,