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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
Office, BAILEY BLOCK, V.ais St.
WAill'Kl. MAUI, T. H.
Ono yoar, (in advance) 12.50
Six iiHHitlm, " ... '1.50
Thooolumnn ot 'he Nw admit communion
tln on nortlncnt tonic. Write only on
ouoai.ieof ppr. Siun your name which
win oe ne:a c .onaomini u aomroa.
C. B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop.
M3S. G. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr.
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. J. W. Kolun, Circuit Judiw,
J. N. K. Krai a. dork Circuit (Jour.,
Judge W. A. McKay Ulst. Magistrate
i on. ianp,
" Kuhaulcilo. ." "
. " Kalnlkuu, '. "
' JnM'im, " "
" l'ilnmnu, " "
" Million " "
" liahoolialalmla, "
f. M. Haldwln, Sheriff,
A. N. Hayaclden, Deputy ShcriU
8. Kalama, " "
C. K. I.imlxey, " "
P. Wlilmck, " '
O. Trimble, " "
W. E. BaHory, Captain Pollco Wal'uku
H Copp, " " Makawao
M. Kauhoaliaa, " " Lahalna
UlndsT, " " . Hn
F. J. Frcary, " " halmpapa
W. T. Robinson, Tax Assoitsor, walluku
J. N. K. Kcola, Deputy Assessor Walluku
W. O. Aiken, " " .
O. Dunn, " Lahalna
J.Oro.M, " Hann
2 While it is a dubious proposition as to the establishing of a
sugar refinery cn tho Islands, still it is one of the possibilities of
the future that every sugar mill on the Islands will eventually re
fine its own sugar. No method for du'".ig this cheaply and success
fully has yet been discovered, but it is an inviting field for invest
igation and experiment. Nor should it bo left, for outsiders to
make the discovery. At present the planters tax themselves
twentv-fivo cents per ton on tho sucur nroduct'on of the Islands
for the purpose of maintaining an experiment station at Honolulu,
to investigate varieties of cane and cognate subjects. Thev should
go a step further and tax sugar another twenty-live cents per ton,
tho proceeds to bo used to pay the salary of an expert who could
devote his whole time and talent to discovering a method of refin
mg sugar cheaply, at the time and place of its manufacture.
? Too much stress cannot be laid on the importance of totally
eradicating the Belgian hare from the Islands, for they would be
come an ineradicable plague here. In California, in Australia, and
in other level regions, the pest can be handled by means of rabbit
derives at which immense numbers of tho bunnies are corralled
and slain, but such a thing would not work here, for the reason
that there is too little level ground. The bulk of the hares would
live and burrow in the sides of the impassable palis, from which
would be sent forth continually hordes of leporine goths and van
dals to destroy not only young cane, but all other tender vegeta
tion as well.
What if yer licked? It still yer try,
With nil yer dander up,
To black tlio other fellow's eye-'
What if yer licked? If still htyh
Yer mad ambition aims
To jest win out tho game or dlo
What if yer licked? If still yer try
To lend yer friend a hand,
Not yet forget them othera, why
not v .. .'
ho who once admits
Who onco his banner furl,
And hopeless, counsels a retreat.
New Puunene Mill.
Tho pride of Maui and tho wonder
of tho world, the new 500 ton Puu
nene Sugar Mill is rapidly nearing
completion. The structural work is
practically all in place, and the roof-
ing'and siding is rapidly being put on,
Senator H. I Baldwin returned
from Honolulu on Wednesday'sClaud
inc. It is remored that Senator Billy
White 1ms secured a liquor license
Mr. N. Campion of Klhel is at La
haina, under treatment of Dr. Chas.
Davison for a . prained leg.
Harold Hayselden, of Dav'.d Law
rence & Co. cigar dealers, is on
Maui stocking up his customers this
Engineer P. E. Lamar has about
recovered from his lameness caused
by wounding his foot while bathing at
Ira Sloper of Honolulu is at Wal
luku preparing plans for an elegant
residence for one of our prominent
Col. W. H . Cornwell and his daught
er, Miss Kito C.rnwoll, returned
from Honolulu on the Kinau of Tues
day night last.
J. Kaiser, the travelling man for
Hyman Bros, crossed the pali from
Lhhaina yesterday and is selling
central Maui today.
Judge A. N. Kepoikai of the fire
claim commission visited Wailuku
this week and returns to Honolulu
on the Claudino today.
Mr. A- T. R. Jackson, of the Pacif
ic Mutual Life came over on Wednes
day morning's Claudine, and will re
main for the next ten days. I
Father Julian of the Catholic
Church at Lahaina gave a successful
aud very enjoyable entertaiumeut
on last Saturday evening.
Professor Koeble visited Maui this
week to look iuto the lantana blight
ENGINEERS, CONTRACTORS AND
Practical AnctuffcTs & Builders
Sketches end Estlmetea .
Furnished on Short Notice.
Bids on 8tone. 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. Soc.Pac. Coast.
Corner Main & Market Streets.
WAILUKU, MAUI, '
R. A. WADSWORTH
Constantly on Hand
.' Ginger Ale
Celery & Iron
"Delivery wagon will visit
Wailuku Mondays', Wednesdays
and Saturdays; Haiku, Tuesdays
and Fridays; Kihei, Mondays
and Thursdays; Kaiiului, Mon
days and Saturdays; Spreckels-
ville, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
ost Office Adress:
tfllMau! Soda & Ice Works.
Kahului, Maui, T. H.
Plans aud estimates furnished,
WAGON & CARRIAGE REPAIRING
S$ The citizens of Maui should back up Dr. Weddick in his efforts Within a mouth or six weeks at fur- and incidentally to look up the
to secure a sanitary inspectorfor the Island of Maui. True, the thest, Millikeu Bros, will have com- questiou generally on Maui.
climate of Ma'il is much more salubrious than many other of the
Islands, but at the same time there is much work for a sanitary
iuspector who understand his business to look after, principally in
the matter of buildings and food stuffs. The sheriff could look after
Much things, and to a certain extent does so, but it i3 unfair to
imposo such work on any one without pay. The idea is a correct
one however, and
of the Island.
pleted their part of the contract,
which was to erect the building. In
the meantime the machinery is beiug
put in. so that a visitor can now form
a very good idea of what tho mill will
be when finished.
It would bo beyond the limits of ail
should call for support by all the influence ordinary newspaper article to give a
full description of the structure and
machinery, when completed, but an
idea can be formed of its proportions
S1 J 1 i 1. . ? A J P il. . Li - 11
uwu results tiro w oe auucipaieu uom me meeting ui ie
planters held in Honolulu recently. If perfect harmony prevail,
i . j i. i ii i i
it tney scana togetner, n tney aoiae oy pint decision, id means an
impetus to the sugar industry of tho Islands. Some of the Maui
plantations, rendered desperate last year by the dearth of labor Lud ls tliree st0ries in height. Under
Mr. J, P. Silva gave a charming
and largely attended luau last Sat
urday night at his residence in Wai-
luk, to celebrate his 37th birthday.
Mr. Charles b.j lung, teacher ol
music and language at Kamehameha
arrived from Hawaii on tho Mauua
Loa, and is visiting relatives in
)Vaikapu. ' ' ' ' . ,
Mr. and Mrs: F. J. Church, Mrs.
First Class Material on Hand
Cabinet Work a Specialty.
W. H. KING
by remembeiing that over 5,000 tons George L. Bigelow and Mr. Lovell of
of iron have been used in Us con- Honolulu spent Wednesday morning
struction. The building, when finish- In Iao valley, taking the Claudine at
ed, will cover several acres of urouud, noon for Hana. . . .
Mr. rhn T. T.ufkin nt tha First
the roof will be room for three sen- NatIonal Bank of Wailuku came over
arated mills of a capacity of over 150 Qn Wednesday.B ciaudiue, returning
tons each per day. Only one nn tQ Honoluluou Thuraday mght's
will be put in at first, and this will M T
m ... . , , . , . , . , .... oe reaay ior usts uy iuouidh ui mm- ,
S An attempt is being made with some probability of success u It wiU be the first of rebr,iary Mr. Jas. T. Taylor who is interes-
to introduce free Japanese labor in unlimited quantities as labor- however before the mill will be start- ted in the contraction of the central
ers on the sugar plantations of the Islands. Suppose this should e(j As soou as stai ted, the old mill Maui plantation railroads, paid a
bo done, and that the Japanese should conclude to takeout citizen- at Spreckelsville will be moved to visit to Maui this week, returnin'g
ship papers. It would be only a question of tixe till the Japan- the new mill building, thus giving a to Honolulu on last night's Kinau.
ese, W-tn tneir uoraes oi islands born male children would create capacity oi over aw tons per aay, Arthur Jones, repre . anting the
for which their cane was suffering, did a great deal to disorganize
labor on the Island, but it is believed that there will not be a
rocurreuce of this foolish policy,
Contractor & Builder
(Formerly Head Carpenter at KiUo, )
"a Japanese United States territory of the Islands.
Delicto as grapes are raised on Oahu, and just as good ones
could be raised here, if the attempt were made.' Maui orange are
globes of citric gold and these two fruits should be produced in
marketable quantities all over the Island. The best way to-initiate
this industry would be to organize a Maui. Horticultural Socie
ty whose aim it would be to a encourage fruit culture. Who will
take the lead in the matter?
Q Now is the time to establish a local fire insurance company in
Honolulu to carry the risks on the Islands. Of course it could do
business on the mainland, but it could carry the! bulk of the insur
ance on the Islands, els it doubtless would, on fl.ee junt of its back
ers being Island men, and thds the heavy rates now levied by for
eign companies' could be held down to a leasonable figure.
The Advertiser and the Republican are at it again; hammer
and tongsn over the proposition of abandoning sugar cultdre on the
Islands, the Republican stupidly favoring the proposition. Sugar
culture will Hot be abandoned on the Islands for miny, years, and
'when cane sugar goes;, beet sugar will probably take its place, 30
that there is uo need to wori'y yet awhile.
and when needed another mill will be
put in which will give a total capaci
ty of 500 tons per day.
Tho economy of the new mill will
be apparent in many ways. In the
first place, cane can be cut and
ground as soon as ready, thus saving
a considerable percentage of loss
which occurs on many plantations at
present, by not being able to handle
the cane as soon as ready to grind.
Then the economy of handling the out
put of three mills with one set of re
ducing machinery will mean a caving
of several dollars on each ton of sug
The construction of tho entire mill
is under the personal supervision of
Mr. J. N. S. Williams of the Honolulu
Iron Works, a man in every 6ense of
tho word competent, 'and few men
have had the opportunity of erecting
a nobler monument than that of the
Puunene Mill, a buikliug which will
keep his memory green for the full
lifo of its usefulness, which will ruu
far on toward the beginning of the
There are several new and note-
jy , A second of a serious of villainous articles is being published worthy features developed in the con
throughout the States reflecting severely on the moral status of struction of the .new mill; One is
the Islands.-' These articles will be read by daillions of. people who that the water to be used a the mill,
never have been and never will be Visitors to the.Islarida. and who whlch wou,d be sufficient i" quantity
famous shoe house of Mclnerny,
Honolulu, passed through Wailuku
on Wednesday on his way to Hana.
He returns on the to Honolulu today.
Nat Black, the Spreckelsville post
master says that he still has a few
shares of oil stock for sale at ten!
cents a share. It w 11 be twenty
cents on and after the first of Sep
Mr. R. A. Wadsworth of the Maui
Soda and Ice Works, accompanied
bv his wife and family, left for Ha
waii on Tuesday night's Kinauj to
spend ten days on the big Island, rc
turning a week from today,
Matt. McCann la building a fine
residence on his hotel priemises at La
haina, and will also build a large
dining room in connection. In other
words, Matt is probably building the
loiig looked for hotel ill Lahaina.
Miss Kate Scrimger, 6ister of C.
L. Scrimger cf Lahiiir,f,( left for Ho
nolulu on the Mauna Loa to be mar
ried to Mr. McGlirvlu, engineer of the
Worthingtoh Pump Co. They will
be marneu in a lew an ys ana take a
weddiug trip to the coast.
Has located at Wailuku. Building
Contracts taken in all parts
of the Island. A large force
of skilled assistants alway
P. Ot Box 63 Tel. No. 296
G. MACFARLANE & Co., Ltd.
Pure American and
Selected Grand v.
Beer & Wines
Ice Cold Drinks
Opp. Wailuku Depot
WAILUKU. - - MAUI,
' Matt. McCann PaorniEToa
America & Scotch Whiskey -
Beer, Ale a Wine--
Ice Cold Drinks.
Lahalna, Maui T. H.
R. R. GO.
And Dealers n
will of course be more or. less prejudiced Against the Islands on
account of wliat thej $ead.
to irrigate 900 acres of cane, will be
pumped back from the,'. mill, .when
used, and conveyed by pipea to the
The entire area cf the floor will be
of cement except th sugnr.j-pora on
the first floor, whlchvillbebf boards,
Attorney Noa W. Aluli ha. opened
an office at 32 Campbell Block, Hono-;
lulu for the practice bf his profession
Mi. , Aluli is A very bright compet
ent young man, and will doubtless
handle a large othouht of Maui busi
ness at the metropolis.
Mr. D. ,C. . Llhdsay, the manager
gyg Crude oil for street sprinkling has been tried, on the Islands
successfully, It is claimed, and now the .experiment is to be tried
mm V4i..rl.ili. .lr-ia . Iriim an tha, fYa. enr n Lrlmrvnrill I r T aairava . ..- I . ..... . . .
u. j.j.vUv.i--u. . nu.u--. v..c-v vuv -i.u-...(-6 vw-w tor reason met Evgav pueu on a of fala i'intitation returned to Waut
inonths, and if so Wailuku Should tot bo long iu following the Jead cement floor has .a , tendency to on theXlaudihe on Wednesday morn
of Honolulu ; ia the use bt crude oil for some of our main streets. I "sweat." The sugap room extends in g. Ite.spWt several. -verj pleas
vg .a the whole length of ope side p the ant months in Scotland, abd there
'jw , .;.' ' i mill, with sliding doors at .short in- met Mr. PilcoU of f lamakuapoko just
(S The young then who ar engaged m fostering & movement for tervalSi opniue 6a to a covered before starting on his return. Mr.
,.-tthletlc sports on Maui should not .be discouraged because a few raUroad track, so that sugar can be Lindsay will bo cordially welcomed
members ffteccarglejss in paying thel? dues, and attend in$wbusi ;ljgadedpn iM.car without bteinff ex bote jfdftoj.. v1-&0JMilv. both.
Hess mektitlgfi. tiwf with It, boys, for It is deserving enterprise, posed to tho rdln. J socially and in his business relatiohs.
Wilder S. S. Co
Terminals at Wailuku,
Paia. . . ,
Bottled at Bartlett's Spring,
tiake County, California,
lieit known specific for liver
and kidney trouble.
SOLE AGENTS for thi tiawaiian Islands
Rainier Bottled beer,'o(Seattl .
0. Carpy & Co. Unce Sam Ine 1
Cellars and Is Dyilery.'Napa, al
Jesse oore Whiskey j
Cream ure Rye Whiskey
Long life, Whiskey.,.' ' - ..
Lexington Club Old Bourbon Whiskes
J F Cutter's Whiskey
Moet & Chandon White Seal Cham
pagnesk.. . ,.
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