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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
Office, HAILEY BLOCK,-Mais St.
WAlLtKl, MALI, T. H.
One year, (in axlvanc") $2.50
S; iiimiilis. " . 1.50
Tlie columns of 'be News uilir.it corr.municu
tl iLa ou w rt llit-ut- lopliM. Write only on
oiM'SiiH'Ol nii-.-r. Hiku .votir ninr.u which
will bo la-iu c ulitlont iiil it il- n:i-tAl.
G. B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop,
MRS. C. B. ROSEnTSOH, Bus. Mgr,
jQ To nr.o rai. cd in tlio United States, where each Utile town
supports its mvn brass band, thera is a natural feolirrg of prej
udice against tha idea o? a hand sujrportcil at tbo government
'expense, h'jtl such prejudices are dissipated by an analysis of the
results achieved by the visit of Bor der's-band to Maui Music is
fne of the prominent factors of modem civilization,- anil the music
of the band is a liberal education in the line of better and higher
life to the overworked and undor amused people of Maui. Now
Jliat we have had a taste of bund- music, the people of Maui will
expect' and must have the band oftener. 1 o begin with, four days
it too short a time, and we nvs.. hve Klrem for a week at a trine.
Again, we must have them at least twice a year, which would only
be one-twenty tilth of the year, and Maui pays more? than civs''
twenty tilth of the band tax.
The state mcM (ft the director
world is-about to be deluged wilR' an oVer production of gold,
which will wreck the world's credit, will provoke derisive smiles
in many quarters, but it is none the less true that an enormous
amount of gold is now being added to the world's eal'th'. Alaska,
South Africa and- improved methods of mining in the United
States are wddiitfg their quotas and such a thing as a glut in the
gold market may come true, just as there was an over production
f silver,- of diamonds later, and
However the only result of an alleged over production of gold will
be to increase the price of commodities generally, and to do away
tti? h- the demonetization of silver.
f5 Ijtifld' Commissforier Boyd is doiAg some good work for the Is
iiviid's in Washington, in the matter of reforesting the Islands. He
has secured a quanfify of seeds of the cork 6ak, with which experi
Aients will be made in various parts of the Islands. It takes at
least) twenty years for these trees to reach maturity, but they will
flourish and remain isxroductive for a century.- By the way,- ii
would not be a bad idea for Mr. Boyd iSo stop in California and
secure some seeds of the great redwood trees. There is every
reason to believe that the redwood would flourish here, and a for
est of them, once started would stand for the next thousand years
as a monument to tlie foresight olf their planters.-
j5 The arrival of the oil-fuel steamer "Enterprise" at Hilo-, nine
days from San Francisco, and the action of the Hilo Shipping Co.
m organizing a lecal coastwise line of vessels is one long step in
the new order of maratime affairs on the Islands. The action of
the American Shipping Co. in establishing a line of vessels be
tween Honolulu and Maui is another. In the end tie hand of the
Inter-Island stsara ship companies will be forced, and their only
means of holding trade between Honolulu aild other island ports
Trill be to put on lines of swift, commodious ifcland steamers, and
to lower passenger and freight rales.
j5 It is not to be expected of the sugar' planters that triey will
haV either the time or the inclination to develop minor industries,
rtut it dosiiot follow by any means that miliar1 industries are to
He lCW in abeyance for thaX reason, The Wabiawa colony ar.d
. Jared;Siiiith are evidence' that something new' has come to the
Islands. Tnat minor industries are profitable under proper
doriditions His" again aittl'again been'deuVoiislrated on the Islands,
and a gradual movement is beginning te- start' Up again in that
dlrvctfow.. Tne right people wiU't'aic'e hold', 'arid1 the' tiling will be
done,-even on Maui.
jfe President &66i& velt will' undoubtedly appoint TJelegate Iiobert
Wilcox as governdr 6t Hawaii. He will 'm mediately afterwards
dApoiht Hon. Samuel Iraiker as governor. Then he will appoint
Hon.-H. P. Baldwin and Philip Peek of Hilb, and as Commodore'
George Beckley of tha Kiuau states that'betfas Hilo and Miui solid,
dou'Ale.TS tlte coriimdddre' w ill be appointed governor, arid after him
anyone else who w'aiits the" governorship will be appointed, but
none of these appointments will'tJd ifia'de until lidbseVelt removes
I)c-4e and Roosevelt is not going to remove Dole.
j!S Wifeless telegraphy is doming rather as" a slow development
tfhan as an'inv-entioti of immediate and successful use. But it is
evident that tne system of wireless m'dis''aies';will eventually s'uper
dedlrthe use of vires entirely. Electricity contains an' unlimited
Variety of uses, and' as man's needs call for new uses',- man's in
genuity will develop these uses. WhatisT kno-wn' of' the uses of
Electricity at the present day is merely ar small fragment' of the
itrger truths that ara hiddeii'in the future, and meu living today
viU;yet liv-e to'seo wireless telegraphy spanning the globe.
That the visit of a young. American lady to the coronation
c'erembnles of King Edward VII would give rise to awkward poli
Hcal c6mplications merely excites the smiles of old fashioned and
ttcV timcf'A.'merican citizens; but such'is undoubtedly true so far as
Miss Alice Roosevelt is' concerned. The king and' the kaiser were
planning to play her as a pMvn in their' p6litical love making to
wards the United States.' sft'Mlss Alice will have to stay home and
i;indJ-e baby .
m-- Judging from the tenor of recent telegraphic reports, ll'fe
liber wa? cannot last mucH longer, unless Grea'Britain is ' in the
meantime drawn into a war with Russia. French Canada became
British possesston only at th'e end'of four hard, fought wars, and
?oh'Bnll;s ten'acitin f'ghtih'g fcf fbreTM t&'rritory' is too wTl
proven 'by. past exjerlefaf. Mkifd'ehVtfpdbi'tH iiUi'
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. J. W. Knlu, C'.rmilt Jutlgo, Wallt.nu
L. R. I'rnnk. (M?rk Circuit (Jour. Wiiilului
Ju.'.yu W A. A!VKuy Dim. MiiKistTttW. Wntliiku
- i ann. v:o-.ipt
M Kul-'iulclio. "
" Ki.lt-lkaii, M
" .1im-iii, ' "
" PlllimUU, " '
" Mwhoe ' "
" K;ilioohulihhalu, ' "
L. M. Baltl-it;Sbefflt,
V. E. RalTnry, Deputy Slicrtfl
H. Kulnnui, " "
( K. I.iihikcv, " '
V. Wittrock, " '
O. Trimble, " '
w hi Ink
1 1 Conn.
Win. Keunu, 11 '
K. i ". Lniiii v. "
J. K. u i ui nn , '
W. T. Holilnson, Tax Assessor,
.1. N. K. Kenln, Iftputy Asses-sor
V. O. Alkuu,
of the mint nfc Denver tha t-he
of copper still more recently
What b Your Birlli V.onth?
If h pill is horn in January slit- ii'.l
ben prudent housewife, vi'ii niei
aneholy, hut y. i.l-ti'm pt I.
If in Febiuni . ii lii.iiuinc :r rl tifli -tionate
wife ,11 d lender mother.
If in March, a h ivolous chut tertiox,
srmowhat jjivrll 1o qunrrt linj.'.
If in April. iiieniiMi-ti'r.t. nut intclli
ficnt but likely to lie jruoil It k ii i jj.
If in May, handsome Dial likclv 1
If in June, impetuous, will marry
earl and be frivolous.
If in Jul v, passably handsome, but
with a sulky temper.
If in August, amiable and practic
able, likely to marry rich.
Tf in September, discreet, affable
and mueh liked.
If in October, pretty- oml coquettish
and likely to be unha'ppy.
If in November,: liberal, kind, of a
If in December, ftell proportioned,
fond of novelty an-d extravagant.
Kansas City Timfe".
One cf the-cam puifjn stories that
floated through the cloak room re
cently, related to Senator Fairbanks
of Indiana and Governor Shaw of
Iowa. According to the story these
two Republican orators were stump
After a successful meeting,- the'
Kentucky colonel who had the twO
Republican statesmen in c-hargd,- in
vited them into the hotel bar room
for some refreshments.
"VThat'll you have?" he asked Sen
"A little cold 'appolinaris," wafc the
''And yon?" said the host to Govern
"I think I will have a glass of butter-milk."
lAie barkeeper turned to the Ken
tuckian, "What shall I give you,- col
onel?" he asked.
The Kentucky gentleman heaved a
long sigh. "Under the circumstan
ces," he said, "I think yo can give
me a piece of pie' Washington
, Traits oi THtfee Cities.
A Chicagoao liiany frankly tell you
that you are losing valuable time if
you live elsewhere than in his city.
His mental attitude is the resalt of
too much Chicago. A New Yorker
publicly proclaims it that when you
get a few miles outside of New York
eit? you really cedw't'o live and are
sirHJy camping out. That Is the re
sult of too much New York. A Bost-
onian says nothing, and you under
stand his meaning perfectly. You
realize that lie' is not saying whole
volumes to you, and you are power
less to dispute a word of it. You
have a feoliug that he is pitying you
because vou do not know that Boston
is all theYe is. Nixon TV'aterman in
M v imDi-e&sibri-had been that Vallev
iForge was a wild glen high amiong
the mountains, where winter frosts
and snow held unrelaxing sway for
many knitf, dark mouths every year;
But eally its situation is neither lof
ty rior remote, and the rigors of the
coki are not nearly what they would
be in our more nortilipi-iv status.
'Comparatively little' snow fulls and
often thero is dot & week's sleighing
the winter through'.'
Tho valley 3 only twenty-three
miles from Philadelphia, witli which
it has direct communication by a rail
road that shirts along the Sc'huykil'
river. Clifton Johnson in" Woman's
Any fool can find fault;nost'fools do.
We can always set why others
should set a good example.
It is easier to buy the" good opinion
of the world than to merit it.
Appreciation is not always shown
iaamauneeki which it is appreciated.
Empty barrels make the most
noise, 'after them como those who
have emptied them.
Every man has lu him the capacity
for running some business usually
ome other nr.Twf s business. '
Every nianwho shows ' tput he
thii.l-S as highly of himself as wo do
of ourselves we set.tlowu as conceited.
L." do V. ' MattL'ewiuaii; ' hi " Smart
i.U ulic I niihcs lixclnsion Bl'.l.
V. AMiiM.K-N. April 7. At 5
; i. ' : II i-- im' 1 1 1 i.i .on,- after clay of
v rai:i:i:i'; "MT ; rtit ndinetifs, the
i i. - e h sii l. i i I vast parsed by
::. : 'oi.se by n viva tiee vote. As
, i. -hi i be l iii i u't tieally re-enacts
.'-ii '!. xislifcg t xi liision laws and
'lii-.irnori'te iih 1 ) in the existing
i i .i.v i ): iii.n ;( ii.-. It i xtends these
. xi-liiM, -it la us t. ti e l'hilippines and
the otl r p:i i-m s. ns f the United
.Si .1 1 1 s in. it jui'b'ui.s l b. in se labor in
oe r roloiiinl t,i ( .s.-i ssirii coming into
ti.!- i'i iiiitt i .
i;ojst velt Oil ior Charlsion.
iJASVii.i.E (Va ), April 7. Pre.-i-
dei.l Roosevelt slartcd frotn 'WoSh-
iiigton this ait-eri-.ooa on his Way to'
CLui Uston mid reticl ed this ciy late
Ibis evening. His journey through
Virginia bus bei n marked by ex
lu tne iMOiality tied enthusiasm and
be Uiis snown the keenest interest in
the historic country through which
LojjnoN, April". A dispatch from
Lord Kitchener, dated Pretoria,
Aiys Ctilinnandatit Kiitsinger, who
wivs capt'ired by General French at
Hanover Road, Cape Colony, Decem
ber 17th last, and who has been tried
by court-martial on the charge of hav
ing committed four marders, in addi
tion to the train-wrecking and cruel
ty to prisoneis, had been acquitted,
and is being well treated as an ordin
ary prisoner of war.
Ore Almost Pure Gold.
Virginia C?ty (Mont.), April 7.-
One of the richest gold strikes in the
State has been made in the Kearsarge
mine at Summit. The vein over
a foot hi Width. It is rcp6rted to be
almost pure gold. The property is
'owned' by Charles Miflard,' son of
United States Senator Millard of
England H'd'pes lor Peace.'
New YoukjX April 7. A 6able to
the Tribune ffofn Lbiid'oii s'ays; Bal
four's guarded reply in the House of
Commons this evening to Morley's
demand for information on the sub
ject of South African peace hegotia
tiousy raised the hopes of a good
many people. The Stock Exchange,
which for the last week Has" been dull
and depressed owing to the lack of
definite news, became quite cheerful!.
New You;?, April 7. A cable to
the Tribune from The Hague says':
iuere is little faith among the Boer
sympathizers here that peace is im
minent in South Africa. The creduli
ty of She burghers' in South Africa is
matched by the assumption of their
agents here that deliverance is com
ing from England's foreign complica
tion! Boer advocates are assert
ing that England is fatally embar
rassed by her alliance with Japan",
and will certainly bo drawn into a
'war of tremendous magnitude in .the
Par East, Boer syrhpathi'&rs con
sequently are j'uSitying the indefi
nite continuance of the guerrilla war
fare, and forecasting the ultimate
triumph of the caue of independence
when'troops cannot bo spared from
l,the .'.'arger theater of warlike opera
Salvation Army Meetings.
Waikabu.' Junior meeting at 2 n.m
Wailuku.' 6penAirat7 p. m. onfl
Indoor meeting at 7:30 p. m.
Wailukti.' Knee drill at 10 a. m Jail
meeting at 10:30 a.m. Junior meet-
iijg at 3 p. m. Open air" at 7 p. m.
Indoor meeting at 7:30."
p'uuneue. Junior meeting at 'J a. m.
Open air at Jr:30"a.m. Tndoor wneet-
Spreckelsville. ' Junior meeting at 11
KahuluL' Junior meeting ai 1 p. m
Wailuk-Ui Sol'diers meeting' at 7:30
I , ( TUESDAY.
Hamakuapoko. Junior meeting at 3
p. in. Open air at 7 p. ni. Indoor
meeting at 7.30 p. m.
P'auwc-la.'" Junior meeting at 2 p, m.
Open air ai 7 p. in.' Indoor meet
ing at 7:30 p.m.
Kihel. Junf6r"ne'eting r. S'p'.'rri.
Wailuku. Open air at 7.' at. ' Indoor
i meeting a 7:30 p. m.'
Waihee.' Junior meet:i':gat'2 p' n
j Open Air at 7 p.tn. Incldorweet'
fin's at'7:3('p'. 'ufV
ENGINEERS, CONTRACTORS AND
Carpenter and Contractor
Plans and Estimates
Furnished on Short Notice
Office and Shop in Giles Building
High St. Waileku.
Contractors & Engineers.
We solicit all kinds of construction
work, such as Railroad, Gov't
Ron'ds, Reservoirs, Ditches,
Wells, Tunnels, etc., etc.
P. E LAMAR,
Mem. Tech Sdc.Pac. Coast.
J. A. HARRIS
Sign Fainting; House Paint
!ng, Paper Hanging and
Carriage' Painting 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 6LD J. H. KING
BUILDING, NEAR CORNER
MAIN & MARKET STREETS.
WAILUKU, - - MAUI.
Contractor & Builder
(Formerly Bead Carpenter at Kibe..)
Has located at Wailuku. Building
Contracts taken in all parts
of the Island A large force
of skilled assistants always
P. O. Box 03
Tel. No. 293
R. ft. CO.
And Dealers a
Wilder S.- S. Co.
Terminals at 'Wal.fuku
j Spreckelsville and
Paia. . . .
V - " - "J I
Wm. WHITE, Paor'.
Completes Stoc I
First Class Wines & Liquors
Primo, Seattle & Budwelser
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
Ice Cold Beer
ALWAYS ON HAND
First Class Wines & Liquors
Prlmo1 a' nd Seattle Beer
Market S, (Adjoining old M6'at
Macfarlanc I Co.
OrrosiTE WAiLtiktr, Dei-ot
Wholesale & Retail Liquor Dealers''
Schlitz Beer tbat mndo Milwaukee famous,
Anlieuaer Busoh St John Wluland Now Brew.
O. P. 8. Bourbon, Rye & Sour-maub.
Old C'ov't, Old Pepper & Capo Horn Whiskey,'
Duffy 's pure malt & Tweed's pure malt Whiskey
Celebrated John Dewar to D.C.L. Scotch Whkey'
D. C. L'. pid Tom, Si London Dry, Honeysuckle
Pa'.m Tree, & Palm Boom Otn.
Henuossy's Brandy Australian Boomerang
Kohler & Van Bergens wine & the famous Ingle
nook Wines, Q.H.Mumm & Co. ex-dry Champague
We niake a specialty of shipping.
Matt. McCann Proprieto!!
America & Scotch Whiske:y
Beer, Ale a5 Wine-
Ice Cold Drinks.
Lahaina, Maui T.' H(
Famous Bartfelt Uti
The Best Medical and Table
Water In the World.
Bottled, c-nly at the celebrated
Bartlett Springs, Lake Coun
ty,' Cal.,' without exposure to
Thousapds of remarkable cures
have been effected by this
DltlNK IT AT ilOME'
LOVEJOY & CO.
Sole Distributors for tlie Territory of Hawaii
Coruer Market and Main' St.
Wailuku) ' Maui
"Rainier Bottled Beer,' of Seattle
C. Harpy & Co., Uncle Sam Wine ,
Cellars and Distillery,' Napa, Cai
Jesse Moore Whiskey
Cream Pure Rye Whiskey
Long Life Whiskey ,
Lexington Club Old ETcrurbori Whlskev
"J F Cuttr.'8.Whl8key.. ,
Moet 4 Chandon White Seal
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