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PUBLISHED EVEgiY SATURDAX
Cf;fici;. BAILLX BLOCK, Xaik St.
WAILIM, VAU, T. H.
Qnpytiur, (in a.yanc' ) $2.50
Si? in, hi 11. " . 1,50
The onluuins of 'Tic Nkws admit cQmiimnii'H-
tlh ou porjiuqnt topli-H. Wrtif only on
3Hllleo! paper. SlO 50lif Da'.UU WllU'll
wni De nu:u ciunueui.mi ij at srni.
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon J. V. Knlun, Clrrnlt Judptt,
T. H I'rnrtk. flcU Tirrult Court.
Jli.lpo V. A. McKity Ulirt. Maglmrat
-; " riiiis. Oopo,
" Kurnulilii. " "
" ICalcikau, ' " "
IosepH, ' 11 11
" I'lltmlUl., " "
" Mulim. " "
" lnl'.oqhalhBla, " '
L. N. Baldwin, Stiorlfl,
V. K. Siitfnry, Deputy SnerlB
8. Kalorna, ! "
C. H. IjiudHcy, " ''
K. Wlllrock, " '
O. Trimble. " "
Q. B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prog.
MRS. C. 5- ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr.
Wit, Kfnu, ". "
K. C. l.tOseV. " "
J. K. Waiumau, " '
W. T. Iiuninson, Tax Assessor,
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor
W. O. Ailieu, " "
G. Duun, " "
J. Dross, " "
W Ml IliHU
2$ Havvahvnv CoFEft Mrsj re Protjectjed!; ThXs i th,$. key
note of a canijwgn which the News, initiates with this editorial.lt
i,s a fighlj as-ninst heavy odds, bu it is a fight which mus and will
win. in ll?e end 'ihe News cannot win the fight alone. FA;ery
coffee planner ou the Islands, nud everyone interested in coffee
culur,e niyst orj:an'ze into un association with the single word
Projection emblazoned on its banner. Tne newspapers of the
Islands are vitally interested in the success o coffee culture,
and the should tate up the fight AT once. Congress alone can
give us protection, and our delegate in congress should lead the
fight there. Petitions should be prepared and sent o him from
every town, plantation and hamlet on the Islands, and his. hands
should be strengthened in every manner possible. JIawaiian
coffee is admittedly a delicious beverage, Maui is peculiarly a-
dapted to the production of a high grade of oofTee, and with just
sufficient protection to encourage the industry, thousands of tons
p.f coffee could be shipped from this Island every year. May that
time soon come.
The war which the Qovorpraent n,o.w proposes towage against
the trusts is not only an extremely interesting proposition in
economics, but it is also an important factor in determining the
industrial future of the United States. The trusts have one strong
weappn in their hands, and that is the approaching crisis. .After
every high tide of prosperity in the United States a period of deep
financial prostration ensues, and for the past three years, oho Unit
ed States have been on a boom. Premonitory symptons of a
reaction are beginning to appear, and it would not require a very
profound foresight to predict that wLhin the next year, a financial
janic may sweep over the United Stages, If this should happen,
the trusts will claim that undue persecution caused the panic, from
which they will possibly emerge, stronger and more grinding than
JJ5 The young gentlemen who compose the rank and file pf our
baseball and polo teams are to learn that athletic sports are for
a better purpose than merely to develop muscle and skill. While
that is important, L.till the mental development is still more im
portant. To be more explicit, the players must learn and practice
self centred, and eliminate all peevishness ' and ill temper from
these games, whether on the winning or losing side, beveral ex
hibitions of almost childish ill temper have been noticed, quite
unworthy of the manly and generous spirit which should mark
these games. Make it a point, boys, to keep to your tempers in
perfect control, and let it be the motto of every team to endeavor
to lead their opponents in manly, generous consideration, as veil
as in points,
J The revival of athletic, aquatic and equine sports ou Maui, is
the best evidence that we are a healthy, live and progressive
people, and Maui has any future which her own sons have the am
bition and energy to carve for her. Just here comes the danger,
however. These sports should not be allowed to degenenate into
gambling and pionoy-rnaking schemes to fleece the public, The
Maui Athletic Association has the matter iu its hands of setting
a high and unselfish standard of sport, and the best people , of
Maui should cneounigeall legitimate sports. If money grabbers
come to the front, they should be frowned down, and sport on
Maui should become a synonym for fairness, There lies our safety
o o o
jg To everyone who has the best interests of the territory at
heart, oar next election for members of the legislature is a ques
tion of serious moment. Wo simply cannot afford1 to repeat the
disastrous experiment of two years ago, and none are more ready
to admit this than the intelligent Home Rules leaders themselves
If the leading politicians of the different parties on the Islands
cannot effect a combination that will guarantee us a wise and ettici
ent legislature, then the people of the Islands shoujd take, the
matter iu hand, turn down the self-seekers, and select proper men
"'Sbas often been done in the States, and may have - to be done
5 Now that the Fire Claims Commission have completed their
labors, the next question which arises is how shall these claims
be paid. There is still sdine hqpe that the United States may pay
these claims as a simple act f justice, but the hope is a dim one
It would be too large a cjaim to liquidate at once, and the wise
coursefor the next leg.sture would bo to issue twenty or forty
years bonds at a low rate of interest. By this means, these claims
could be paid at once, and the burden would scarcely be felt.
jfc Indications point to some rapid and effective legislation by
congress during the few remaining weeks of its existence. Three
leading bills, Cuban reciprocity, the canal bill and government for
the Philippines will be pushed to an issue, and the republicans
who have the majority in congress, will have to assume the re
sponsibility for whatever measures are passed. As these ques
tions have been thoroughly discussed, reasonably wise action may
be expected in their final decision.
j5 The action of congress in the matter of apportioning senator
for the Hawaiian legislature cannot fail to appeal to native Hawalv
ans as an eminently proper and just course. This of itself will do
more than anything else could have done to teach Hawaitaha to
love and prize self government,
On June 1st, 1992, CORPUS CHRIST! DAY
The KAHULUI RAILROAD will run Passenger grains
Paia -Wailuku Route
Carventeb and Contractor
Plans and ".Estimates
Furnished on Short Nqtce,
Office and Shop in Giles Building
Hian St. Wailvkp.
Stations 1 L2 $ 4 5
Im. a. im. 1'VmT'p, m. p.m.
Leave Kuliului 7.00
Arrive AVailuku, 7.1$
;Leave " f". 1 5 10.00 1.00 a0( 5.15
Arrive Ksihului 7.27 10.12 1.12 3.15 5.30
Leave " 7.30 10,15 1.15 3.30
Arrivo Sprpckelsville 7.42 10.27 1.27 3.45
Leave " 7.45 10.30 1.30 3.55
Arrive Paia 7.57 10.42 1.42 4.10 :
Leave " 8.15 10.50 1.50 4.30
Arrive Spreckelsville 8.33 11.02 2.02 4.42
Leave " 8.40 11.07 2.07 4.45
Arrive Koliului ' 0.00 11.20 2.20 4.55
Leave " 9.05 11.25 2.25 5.00
Arrive Wniluku 9.30 11.37 2.37 5.12
jTo Kihei To Wailukt. To KiheijTo Kahului
1 2 3 4
A. M. A. M. P. M.
Arrive C::mp 3, Kihei 7.30 ....."i?0
Leave " 7.35 5.10 ' 5.10
Leave " 7.50 4.45
Arrive Camp (i 8.10
Leave ' ' 8.15 4.20
Arrive Camp 5 8.25
Leave " 8.40 4.05
Arrive Puuneno Statioi; 8.45
Leave " " ..33tt 3-50
Leave Well 5 8.55 3.40
Arrive Kahului 9.00 ' 5.45
Leave " 7.00 9.05 3.30
Arrive Wailuku 9.30
Leave " j J?J.J I
P. E. LAMAR & CO.
Contractors & Engineers.
We solicit all kinds of construction
work, such as Railroad, Gov't
lload.9, Reservoirs, Ditches,
Wells, Tunnels, etc., etc.
P. E LAMAR,
Mem. Tech Soc.Pac. Coast.
Wm. WHIT.p, Prop.
First Class Wines & Liquors
Prlmo, Seattle & Budwelser
J. A. HARRIS
Carriage Painting a Specialty.
Send your carriages and bug
gies t3 my shop for repainting,
SKATING- RINK, Wailuku, Maul,
JAMES H. PAINTER
Scientific Horse Shoeing
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND
WAGONS BUILT, REPAIRED
SHOP IN OLD J. H. KING
BUILDING, NEAR CORNER
MAIN & MARKET STREETS.
A. M. P. M.
Special Round Trip Tickets at Reduced
Sfstes will fee Sold at Stations a? follows;
1st Class 2nd Class
Paia to Wailuku & return 75 cents 1 50 cents
Spreckelsville " 50 cents 35 cents
Kahului " " 25 cents . 20 cents
Camp 3 & Kihei " " 83 cents ; (15 cents
Camp 6 & 5 " CO cents 45 cents
Puunene " " . 50 cents ... 85"ceiit,
Wailuku to Kahului and return 25 ceuts
' " Sgreckelsville " 50 cents
" " " Paia and return 75 cents
Kahului to Spreckelsville and return 25 cents
" Paia . 50 cents
" Wailuku " 1 . 25 cents
Spreckelsville to Paia and return 25 cents
" Kahului 25 cents
' Wailuku " 50 cents
' 35 cents
Children under 5 years will be carried free of charge.
Children from 5-13 years will bo carried for i fare.
'Ticttet offices, at regular Stations will be open 30 minutes before -depart
ure of trains. Passengers must purchase tickets before boarding trains
otherwise Conductors will collect regular Cash fares. Single tickets at
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
Ri FILLER- Mander
Sign Painting, House Paint
ing, Paper Hanging and
Contractor & Builder
(Formerly Head Carpenter at Klhe,.)
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. S93
R. R. CO.
And Dealers a
Wilder S. S. Co
Terminals at Wailuku,
Paia. . . .
T. 13. LYONS, Prop.
Ice Cold Beer
ALWAYS (IN HAND
irst Class Wines & Liquors.
Prlmo and Seattle Beer
Market St., (Adjoining old Meat
Macfarlanc 4 Co.
Opposite Waii-tjktj, Detot
Wholesale S Retail Liquor Dealers
Schlltz Beer Ihnt made Milwaukee fomour,
Anheuser Liu sell & John Vv'leland Now Brow.
O. P. S. Bourbon, Rye & Sour-mash.
Old Gov't, Old Pepper & Cape Horn Whiskey,
Dufly'spure malt & Tweed's puro malt Whlski-y
Spruancc-Sianley's fumousO.F.C.A Ken.favorltp
Celebrated JohnDew:ir& D.C.L.Scotch Whiskey
D. C. L. Old Tom, & London Dry, Honeysuckle
Pa'.m Tree, & Pnlm Boom Gin.
Hennery's Brandy & Australian Boomeran g
Kohler & Van Burgona wiuo & the fiimous'lngie
nook wines, G.H.Mumin St Co. ei-dry Champagne
Wo make a specialty of shipping.
Matt. McCann Proprietor
America & Scotch Whiskey
Beer, Ale a Wine--
Ice Cold Drinks.
Lahqina, MaiI T il,
- Famous Barilett Water
The Best Medical and Table
..Water in the World,
Bottled only at the celebrated
Bartlett Springs, Lake Coun
ty, Col., wjthout exposure to
Thousands of remarkable cures
have beau effected by this
DRINK IT AT HOME
LOVEJOY & CO,
Sole Distributors for the Territory of Hawaii
Corner Market and Main St.
Rainier Bottled Beer, of Seattle
C. Harpy & Co., Uncle Sam Wine
' Cellars and Distillery, Napa, Ca)
Jesse Moore Whiskey
Cream Pure Rye Whiskey
Long Life Whiskey r
Lexington Club Old Bourbon Whiskey
J F Cutter's Whiskey
Moet 4 Chandon White Seal Cham
A. Gi DICKINS,