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MRS, G. B. ROBERTSON. Dus.
Wanted. Macadamized streets
fully ripe for the eiti.;-?ns of Wailuku to organize and dike decisive
steps i: the mutter of inacadamk'.ing our principal business streets.
It can be done, "knockers" to the contrary. Ilen-lulu has macad
amized streets, llilo has niacadannzed streets, and the time, has
come wh"ii Wailuku. 1 he third city in sixo on the Isuuids, should
have then.. We have a steam rock crusher. Wo have a steam
road roller. We have prison labor. What more is needed? Money?
We have an available appropriation. Wh t we have not got is an
6rganiz.it ion of the intelligent and progressive, citizens of the
town. Until we nave that, wo will got nothing. When we have that,
macadamised streets will soon follow.
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A loi'g and interesting article in a recent Advertiser. by Itobt.
Horner Vim., of llauaii, strongly argues against the success yd
small farming on the Islands, and it must be confessed that Mr.
Horner, drawing upon l is long experience in this line of industry,
makes a strong ease. Hut the past history of Maui, when wheat
and potatoes were raised in large quantities and shipped to the
Coast, and its more recent history of success with Kula potatoes
and corn, are indisputable proof of the success of small farming on
Maui. 'J he Isews ventures the prediction that small farming and
fruit culture will yet form an industry oa Maui which will rank
second to sugar only.
jJj As an almost necessary sequel to the transfer of the Anglican
Church in Hawaii to the jurisdiction of the Protestant Episcopal
Church of America,the while winged dove of peace will hover over
the altar of St. Andrews. A few kickers may try to foment trouble,
but the current will be too strong for them.and a strong.united and
progressive cluroh be established.
give entire creun lor tnis Dett-erinent to a cnange or nags merely,
and when distance mellows the perspective, the unselfish and dis-
interested work of Bishop Willis will stand out hi grand and im-
nressive testimony, as a factor in
in Eastern Aski within the next
China 13 bubbling with incipient
if n..t r.Hivnlv fnmoiitc-d hv foroi.rn
will ovpiitiuill lnunii WMi- over tlm
and Germany will not miss lha
preseiu. use.., ior lei.uouai ug i
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aiujjr uj niui uiijiuh nuiiauu v - .un.
nnrl l'url :i tuI i t vi' iv :m r in-irl irivinr.ii
the Pacihc coast oi Gnma.
fiij If tho guess be not wrong, plenty of new history will bo made
i'ij 1 v... .1 i t - , , .,
Gelieral 'U the Stur llldiU lvhlr ,s u fiulur -
diplomat, and Hie result will bo th:it ho will bo forced to retire
from tho service to which his doeihs huvo added so much lusti-o.
V I , 'rt 1 :.......,i... .Mi 1.,. r.u r.,,. . , . : : 1 j i . ,
f imv; lif.wjd. iiiAMUi(y will U'j
on -wmcn his rotiroir.ont v.ill bo
iug the miHtujy arm of tho govei-nment to civil authority, i.s the
correct one, ard it should always be a fundamental doctrine of our
government that the United States army should never become a
powerful and irresponsible executor of the will of its commanding
j A go'ncral sentiment, is beginning to bo felt on Maui that it
was a, iri.'stake to have divided into political jiarties at tho last
clccticD, It is universally admitted that our interests are all in
common, and that it is imperative that the result of oar next elec
tion should be to secure the best n.cn attainable for tho legislature.
Whether our next representatives bs haole or Hawaiian makes not
one particle of difference, so long as they are good and intelligent
men. It is the ambitious but incompetent otiice seekers who
should be sat upon, very hard, at our next election.
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Sf The end is noft- practically in sight in Philippine matters.
What the United States lias now done in the Philippines was often
done by Spain during her roguancy. But Spain rested on her
laurels, while tho United States has sent an invading army of school
teachers, and when the Filipinos come to understand, as they soon
will, that we hold the Islands for development rather than taxation
purposes, a long era of peace and prosperity will f olio v, and who
can foresee the full measure of prosperity and progress which will
mark tho future of the Philippines?
j The apparently sudden change of front in the Senate on the
Chinese Exclusion bill is not surprising, when the great number
of hard conditions imposed by its various clauses is considered.
A Chinese Exclusion bill will be passed, but it will probably be a
reenactment of the Geary bill, with but few amendments. One
result of the failure of the bill in the Senate, however, will he to
dig Sen-.tor IVrkin.-,' p. litic.il grave, so far up California poiilic isj
uuiicerneu, wiiicn is 10 no regretted, as IV has done much for
California, in national politics.
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Iceland, which is not happy except when extremely unhappy,
is reported to be organizing a now Fenian inoveinent, to be devel
oped in the njxt few mouths, and the Vatican is said to ' ave ad
vised tho Irish clergy to stand aloof from the movement. It' is
piouauiy uioeiecmc vibrations
TmZnli f- 01 l",r,,,uuunt t('
'.utn lulDian ana AleLaum in uiuMr iiimpntnru imho,.;,.,.
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for Wailuku. The time is now
It will be a mistake however.to
year. To begin with, tho whole of
insurrection, which is passively,
inthionws. .T:m!m ti1 T?.nssi.-
Cni-fvm i.noti,,n i.r.,1 V.n.rl.,-,,,1
temijtmir omicrtunitv which wi
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auuizeinen:, anu ir.o cuci win pos-
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- ti, Jt-u.-ia iu tjt,-u .uuueii u I iu,
n-wl-i tnti i l'.fr 111101. fl!.m . f
.,. wi,., uiui,j,i,j .-iivcuuvaii jiMi noir, when tiio owner
ifii ior i'dll, bill I 1 11 0 M lUCIpiC
based, the principle oi suburdiiuit -
ot this movement in the political
HARDLY WORTH ;
The U.-isc:''s I'.'ii-cv. cil To
1 T-nce Henry.
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s I') linnet tV
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T!::it ni:: 'l -d I'. 1, t
..id liitrh mi air
( it many a Inrvi.-ii ?l'on
Kiir.trciiitf 1'iKiliii simians wh'-n
No t iul ivui.s wt'.Vi) )i. It-rt.
That li--t which wt'.ikcr unl iuua v 1jw
As U 'twere Mii'limfs own.
And whifh iipi'iils thu hruiht-u who
U'W lloWU tO OtUl HUI.1 SUiNC.
Hu t thi.-i irii .i no Urns , kuui'klf. OUive
Thai ht:,ivy muil'-vl aatui:
lour mis.-ion now i;, uuv vt Luvo
An.! IV in't j ou mui- :'. taiitl.
AH tout's Ai:htUiiii jim'il pnii-.f;
Tlw Vi;r.I; titii tto no wio::'.
Tt u.-t- l.i-own t xpt' ssivc ijIuus',
Just ' j"lly him uIouk."
Kxijrt.'us surprise tollu'l, thiiniorn
Of Kou-u'V.-U you
How nmi'ii I am like Thcottori,
A tilt TiKouurt-' lik(- in'.
I um. iu fiii't. i t his miI.t iiot w
A t'i:il i him; to sii'st t,
Tho Theodore of tin1 Ktist, anil h'
The WillKilm of tw West.
A Mil. :.houM you i:i?t u c'lani"1. lUnl out--
It any hki.v hn-uvs
iOxi 'ily wiiii t li s i:ll out,
Tlnit 3trj:ri:i(.: of .vii-'jroo's.
Tiiat's t ill i u i:ous. My pivsrn; plan
Yen liiiow i;s well as i:
Ho j-ist as Vtiiik'.-c us yoi can:
IT iK'..ts in1. tat sinm.' pff.
'nt out tin kraul, rut cut ilhiu1 w im
Cui out ttu- f-i!a.I .i-Lfi'ht,
Tho San'i rt'Ui.U, thu Turavnit1 in,
The Ivoiiiuvr.s, ami th-1 rem.
Ami if stmif fool soi'iety
"Die "ufht am Kht-m" slioukl suy
Yor "My Country, Ti of Th'-e,,
The tuuu'n "Oud Saf tin King."
To our own kiudri'il in that land
Thfi'i' s not mil i'h yon ui-cd tell.
Just tell tin m that you miw me. and
Thut 1 w us Itokintr well.
Uuuht a Violin.
Saturday night a man entered a
grocery and saloon ou Polk street,
near Washington, and after having
a glass of beer.asked the groceryman
n ne couiu leave ins violin mere a
few minutes, as he had to make a call
and did not wish to lake the mstru-
mcut w,Ul u,m- 1110 Rroceryman was
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uuimmtr anu iue man leu. i lew
minutes later another man entered.
and seeing the violin, took it up and
began to carefully examine it.
Sillu uie n,an' ttiiS a
ni&gninceiit violin and 1 wou.d .iko
vt'''.V nmvh to buy it."
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hi'iotiff-ri 1i :i i.tr.'iii-(if n-tir. ivit 1 ,
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Wt'li reill'td 11 f lli'Ul ' "I pnr't
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returns ask him if he wonts to sell it
1 a"d 1 ivc 'Ll',m for it."
Vi'iu-n tlx- owner returned, . the
;r,c.rM,an as!:c,l him if h, -ulu
j sr!l i!,o violin, i.nd ii,o; at, wlat price,
I unU ii:e owner ropiu.tI I'.at lio -ouki
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; SCll il 101' i U( groCOryr.KUl
! the imaioy utnl tU
lil'U-r Laving another drin!,. 'file
second man did not return, and the
groceryir.sn found that the violin was
dear at f?l. Krits Francisco Call. '
Ec.iul to tlie Occasion.
A man was once jluvch a largi ci(,u
to take care of by a friend who. was
goiny abroad, but the dog annoyed
him by always sitting is his best; arm
chair. One day a splendid idea struck him.
lie came into the room and f'ounjj the
dog in his usual seat, so he talked up
to the window and called:
Up jumped the clog and rushed to
the window, while the m an went and
sat in his chair. .
A few days later the I'tw walked
into the room while his ma ster was
sitting iu his armchair. Cooing up
to the window, he barked loudly.
The man ot up to see w.hat was
the matter, and the dog rutind and
secured the chair.
A fellow by the Mine of Mooln liyin'
out i:i Michljan gt married. That
was a c!mnt:e of mooa. After a-
ulme his wife presented Lim
was a new ) mnnn
Jle went out mul got drunk U,c j0y.
That ws.- a fall moon. V'hen I he so
here!'! cp he had only iTi eon ft- laff
Thai wa the last quarter. When
he gi't !k iMij Lis motiier-in-laV rnet
liim w ilh a rolling nhi
st a iv
1 then t!:ere
Chi.sc se spades from Hritish horsje
shoes sounds like an ab.surd state.
ineiM , but the fact is that shipioads
ofo'.l horseshoes Iwave London for
China. All this couicx back to Loa
the form of sjjiades, having
been so transformed fy the ingenious
and lu-j saw
1. AH A IN A KCSilOES.
i . vv Siuid.W v.ns npproiii!1cl.v
r.ivl in l!n I'-jIiui eh of '.lie Holy
, . i i nK lit T.ii 1. 'dnii, 1lie services
i- i, t.iindiiclcd liv tlii' KrV. fmioii
v fy:rioith. i Ik finjfiii whs
ri rc!it 'ilui-. and t'Pe fine rei-orr-if
i'n" v.i-.a! So!.,, 'The Holy
." i-v Mrs. L. . A "vi h son (le-
i - Jlii-illl 'licit lull. .ill !'f-H
t ciiil.lrcn wvre liapt.V.e'l imme-
iilli r li e sn-.icr, he'mg llie
urns lo In- admitted into the
cliiu eli miller the administration if
l;W up V'illis.
tin Kev. Mr. Weymouth loft for
Honolulu in the "Mamia Loa" Jilo'a
ny niyht, to attend Hie ceremonies
incident to the transfer of the Pi'o
M'stiint Kpiseopal Cliureh to Amer
ican jiiiis,,ietioii, and was especttd
In return by the same steamer.
Kiimor has it that tin amalgamation
of tlie Liilniina and 1'ioneer Stables
iiil tal:e piaee shorth'. It is under
loed that the lo Ueeos have made
;in offer to Mr. Helming to buy him
out, mid if satisfactory terms can
lie made, the deal will probably le
The 1 ahiiina Ice Co. are busy rn
lurjrinf their lee manufaet ering de
partment as well us their Roila water
plant, but are somewhat hampered
liy a delay in the shipment of the
new machinery ordered some months
airo. The new stock i.-sucd under
Hie recent, articles of incorporation
was considerably over subscribed,
and the subscriptions are coming in
There is no doubt that this enter
prise will prove a ''good thing'' to
Chicken thieves have commited
trequent depredations durinir the
last few weeks, but as '5 Celestial
were arrested and sentenced for this
offence, owners of poultry breathe
The home of Mr. and Mrs-F. Koh
ler of Lahaina was brightened by
the advent of a son on March 20th.
Mrs. Kohler, whose health has been
rather delicate since the event, is
now rpported as improving.
Mrs. W. Y. Homer, who was tak
en suddenly ill ou Friday of last week
with some derangement of the
stomach causing her family and
numerous friend.i some uneasiness for
a day or two is lappily ou the mend
though still conii'ied to her room.
The many friel.ds of Hon. F. II.
Hayselden ware pained to learn of
the accident which befell him in
IVoiiolulu last week, whereby his leg
was broken just abave the ankle.
It seems t Via t Mr. ITayselden, on his
return firm a hu-iness - intTv'-.?
with ITf.n. Ikr.id Dayton iu the early
evening, alighted from a Nuuann
streetcar at the corner of Hotel
street, r.irl was walking toward the
Hawaiian Hotel wlvr he stepred in
to a hole in Hie sidewalk, with ti'.is
disastrous result. A' Litest accounts
he was resting easily, but will need
the aid of crutches fer some time to
Miss Rachel Hayselden left for
Honolulu bv the last , Manna Loa to
join Mr. and Mrs.
are sojourning at
Among the week's
irrivals in La-
haimi are Mr. Paltonof tho iirm of
Jerman and Patton, lealers in old
metals, iron work etc, who is re
gistered at the. Pionea. Hotel. Genial
"Line." MeCandless' of Honolulu
and Mr. Jas. L. Coke tf Wailuku.
A. N. Ilaysekled, quoidam Deputy
Sheriff of Wniluku and jow a bloated
Taro-Baron, is a frequa.t visitor iu
Lahaina these days. I
The weather has bei fair during
the week, and the strl'ts arc re
suming a normal conditili but there
is a smell of storm in tlul dr ye', and
an old fashioned Kona ml still sur
prise us. I
The April number el
Young People," is a m
number, and contains mu
ing reading matter.
Among the contents is a interest
ing letter from Mrs. Cora t'ownsend,
former editor of the "YounL People,"
containing a description ofl ?hild life
in the Philippines. Professor Looney
of Lahaina contributes a readable
sketch of Moonlight ascent rf Mount
Etna, rnd wonderful sunrise effects
on trie summit of the valcano.' Mr.
C. D. Baldwin continues Ihis well
wi iiten series of articles oi like Geo
graphy of Hawaii. Tlicnf are re
sides a number of shor,, orighal
articles of interest to young poop .,
as well as some excellent s 'L-etti
sThe management of tho ("HawaiiV
Yiijung People" is to becomjv,limented
on t he continued improvement of the
ENGINEERS, CONTRACTORS AND"
Cakpfntkii xn CoNrn.ACTon
Plans and Estimates
Furnished on Short Notice
Office and Shoj. in Giles Building
P. E. LAMAR &
Contractors & Engineers,
Wo solicit all kinds of construction
work, such as Railroad, Gov't
Roads, Reservoirs, Hitches,
Wells, Tunnels, etc., etc.
P. E LAMAR,
AIe.h. Tech Soc.1ac. Coast
lAifii ivit-iu, moui
J. A. HARRIS
Sign Painting, House Paint
ing, Paper Hanging and
Carriage Fainting a Specialty.
Send your carriages and bug
gies to my shop for repainting.
SKATING RINK, Wailuku, Maui.
JAMES H. PAINTER
Scientific Horse Shoeing
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND
WAGONS BUILT, REPAIRED
SHOP IN OLD J. II. KING
BUILDING, NEAR CORNER
MAIN & MARKET STREETS.
W AILUKU, MA U I.
Contractor & Buiider
(Formerly Head Carpenter nt Klliei.)
Has located at Wailuku. Building
Contracts taken in all parts
olthe Island. A large force
of skilled assistants always
P. O. Box 63
Tel. No. 293
And Dealers n
9 tj W
Terminals at Wailuku,
Wm. WHITE, Trior.
First Class Wfe&Iiqu&rs
Primo, Seattle fi Sudwslser
T. D. LYOtf S, Puop.
Ice Cold Beer .
ALWAYS ON HAND
First Class Wines S Liquors
Pi'lmn nv.il (Seattle Been
Mahklt St., (Adjoining old Meat
Opposite Wailuku, Dctot
VIiolesale Reiail Liquor Tealcrs
SL'hlllz nncr that mado Milwaukee famous,
Aulioiiscr Hunch & John Wicland New Ilrew.
O. P. S. Bourbon, Ryo & Sour-mash.
Old Oov't, Old Pepper & Capo Horn Whiskey,
Duffy's pure mnlr& Tweed's pure malt Whiskey
SpruanccStauley'8fiimouNO.F.C.& Ken. favorite
Celebrated John Djwnr & D.C.L.Scotoh AVhiskey
D. C. L. Old Tom, & London Dry, Honeysuckle
Palm Tree, & Palm Hoom Gin.
Henncssy's Ilrandy & Australian Boomerang
Kohler & Van llergens wlno & the famous Iuglo
nook wines, U.H.Mumm & Co. cx-dry Champagne
We make a specialty of shipping.
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Matt. McCaxn PnorniETon
America & Scotch Whiskey "
Boer, AIgand Vine -Ice
Lahaina, Maui T. H,
The Best Medical and Table
Water in the World.
Bottled only at the celebrated
Bartlett Springs, Lake Coun
ty, Cal., without exposure to
Thousands of remarkable cures
have been effected by this
DKINK IT AT HOME
LOVEdOY & CO.
Sole Distributors for tha Territory of Hawaii
Corner Market and Main St.
Rainier Bottled Eec-r, of Seattle
C. Harpy & Co., Uncle San Wine
Cellars and Distillery, Napa, Cal
Jesse Moore Whiskey
Cream Pure Rye Whiskey
Long Life Whiskey
Lexington Ciub Old Bourbon Whiskey
J F Cutter's Whiskev
Moet & Chandon White j$eal Cham.
ha e r ani
Macfarlanc & Co.
A. G. DICKINS;