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PUBLISHED, EVERY, SATURDAY,
Okkice. BAILKY BLOCK, Xmv St.
WAILUKl. MAUI, T. H,.
One year, I'm advain-") . 53,50
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ti'rtis iu rtlnat tuple. Write ouly cm
one sidv ill pmi-r. Sinu your nn je which
will bu ln'M o nilidontiiil II desired.
0. B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop.
MRS. C. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr.
flnwgino a valley eleven mile3 in circumference, surrounded
ent irely by tv sharp crest! ot ridge9 IpOO.ft. high. In the center of
the v.ajley picture a volcanic cone-rising above the tops of the. sur.
roiindj'js: cones, and you can see IJaleaiaumau volcano on Hawaii.
Then, picture a dense pillar of smok,e rising miles high, from, the
eentsr of the cone,, followed, by a mass ot molten rock welljng up
through the center of the cone,. Slowing down its, sides and spread
ing out into a lake of, tire in tho valley, with occasional explosions
which burl tons, of molten, balls, high in the air.. Imagine this, as a
night scene wUU demonJac glares of, feline breaking out and, dying
down all over the active pat of the vallpy,. and jou can realize
why tourists should run dowry to Haawaii nel from the States,, to
vn joy the wonderful display of Madam, Peles' fireworks,
ijj Were a great philosophies of.pre-electric.age&to.bje agajn, plac
ed on earth and permitted look over the field of modern achjeve
8j,ents, nothing would attract him, so strongly aa a, review, step by
tep, of the deyoloiumen.t of electrical s,cien,ce, and its adaptation, to
the every day uses of, mankind. Nor would his interest grow, less
vcheJi lm reached the,. txo electrical problems whi,ch are bei,ng con
sidered, today, namey wifeless,
Although the former of the two
scientific standpoint still the. latter is of far more practical benefit
to. mankind, and if Ejdison has actually accomplished what he claims
in the matter of a storage ba.tte.ry
lionised all m.otive power,
Inter-Island sports are destined to become a marked feature
of the future, and Wells park will yet become historic ground
whore polo, baseball and football' teams from Hawaii, Oahu and
Kauai will struggle for supremacy But to accomplish this an
inter-island athletic association must be organized along the same
lines as is the Maui Athletic Association. It might be well for the
Maui Association to take up the
season, and by correspondence or
societies on the other islands to
island athletic association, the object of which would be to encour-
5 It is pleasing to note the readiness with which native Hawaiians
adapt themselves to the institutions of free self government. The
older men, who were born and raised under a monarchy vie with
the young men in grasping the
government. The added dignity
au they become conscious of the
integral po'tion of sovereignty is
Maui, and gives promise of a splendid race of American Hawaiians
Of course they have much to learn yet in the matter of choosing
proper, upright and able men to fill all public offices, hut they are
apt scholars, and will soon learn
fg The question of organized labor in the United States is rapidly
coming to the front as one of the
ical and industrial history, of which the winning of the street car
strike in San Fr.incisco may be considered the first chapter. That
was a local matter however, as was the successful street car strike
in Chicago, but the strike of the coal miners in Pennsylvania, and
the teamster. in Chicago and neighboring cities involve interests
of almost national importance. The indications now are that or
ganized labor will compel the recognition of capital and that labor
unions will control the supply and
Small farming forms an element ef strength for the future of
the Islands: and it will come. True, there are not the fat valleys of
of the west to be occupied, but still there are many available
small fa' ms and an American enterprise will yet discover and ex
rjloit them. The News is constantly in receipt of letters of enquiry
from thu Pacific Coast, written by
five tnousand dollars, who desire
in minor industi ios.and .t will not
Degin io arrive nere.
jg" President Roosevelt while
dress a Arlington made ii the
ana purpose ol ttie American army in the Philippines. While dep
recating the rarb:inties committed
uumo mc uiuw umu ijcato tuiu
fl tlrtf nMn (Via lUiniln V. A. A.
cii,oiouiuujci;ui nuujjui. 10
military occupation. This is crue.and it would be a cowardly crim
not to persevere to tne very end
jgj The Maui Athletic Association is proving to be a liberal educa
tion to the young men of Maui.
-tne muscles, but they also have
acters of their devotees. The people of Maui should encourag
by every possible means the success of these sports which have
healthy tendency ta develop a sturdy, self-reliant and well balanced
class of young men.
35 Governor Dole pardoned Walter G. Smith, but the more so
rious problem now remains as to who is going to pardon Governer
Dolo for Ms hasty act of executive clemency.
MAUI BLU BOOK
Hon. J. W Knlus, CI'cult.Tudfre, WiiIIuku
I H. Crook. (Merit CVrimU Court. Wniluhu
Judge W. A. MrKJ.UlsV. Magistrate. Wniluku
" Knl-milfllV " "
" Kalrikau. " "
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1'iimami, " "
y Mulmo " "
" Kiihoohalahnla, " 1
L. M. Baldwin, Sheriff,
V. R. Sultory, Deputy Sherlft
S. Kaimna, "
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V. Wlttmek, " '
O. TrtuiMe. " '
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Wm, Kranu. " "
K. C. I.tdsiv. " "
J. K. Wuturiiau, " '
V. T. Rohinson, Tax A-wessor,
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor
W. O. Aiken, "
Q. Dunn, " "
telegraphy and battery storage
is more interesting from a purely
of general utility,, he has revolu
matter at the end of the present
otherwise, to interest athletic
join with us in organizing an inter
Honolulu, Hilo and Wailuku.
idea that men are capable of self
of charater which they develop,
fact that each one of them is an
already becoming noticeable on
leadiug factors of our future polit
price of labor.
people who have from three to
to come to the Islands and embark
be long before this class of people
delivering the Memorial Day ad
occasion to fully define the scope
m individualinstances. he drov
ArtJcuoixi lor me ruipwos tneui
1 - t A 1 . 1 .
oo ooiainea, ratner tnan mere
in the accomplishment of tin
Athletic games not only develop
a marked influence on. the char
SIXTEENTH ANNUAL MEETINGS
July 4th cmd AuH3t 12th, 1002
Races July 4th,
First: FOOT RACE.
One hundred yards dash, amateurs;
first prize $25. 00. second, nriise 10.
Second:-TROTTlNO AND PACING
Best two, in three, for Hawaiian
bred, purse $."0.
Third: PONY HUXNING RACK.
Half mile dash, free for nil, 1 4 hands
and under, purse $."0,
Fourth: RUNNING RACE.
One mile dah, free for all,
Fifth: PONY RUNNING RACE.
Half mile clash, free for all, 14J
hands and under, pwse $.r0.
Sixth. TROTTING ANI PACING
Mile heats; best two in three, life
for all, purse $75. .
Seventh: RUNNING RACE.
Three-fourth mile dash,. Hawaiian
Brer1 purse $75. .
Eighth: MULE RACE.
Half mile dash, free for all, p.urse
Ninth: CORINTHIAN RACE.
One mile dash. Members, to ride,
pi tee $40 med,a,l.
Program subject to change.
EJntvies close June 27th, for July
races, with the secretary, opposite
D. L. MEYER,
Secretarj' Maui Racing Association.
It is now definitely known that an
important change will soon take
place in the affairs of the Huelo Sugar
plantation. Mr. Akana will resign his
position as monger of the plantation,
and Mr. Meyers the temporary man
ager of Hamoa plantation will suc
ceed him. Mr, Akanas' resignation is
much to be regretted for his services
in the plantation have been of inde
finite value, and the plantations
success is certainly indebted to his
efforts. The chief cause of his resig
nation is that his health is fai'ir",
and it is stated that he will return to
Mr. H. Peterson, the former en.
ginecr of Eleele plantation, has ac
cepted a similar position in Huelo
The Pauwela bridge is now com
pleted and the way is open for traffic
between Paia and Huelo.
Last week, a Porto Riean while
working on a flume tressel dropped
down on the ground a distance of 20 ft.
It is presumed that he is not serious-
A bridge is now in the course of con
struction in Ivauua gulch. A k'ood
substantial bridge will bo erected.
for several bridges have been built
here and each time were washed
away by freshets.
Mrs. Akana, after two months' stay
with her daughter, Mrs. Tavareshas
returned to her homo in Huelo. She
is now enjoying a visit of her daughter
Mrs. Omsted of Huna.
Mr. W.O.Aiken and Mr.D. Fleming
rode over on horse-buck last week to
Huelo for pleasure and partly for bus
iness, and Mr. M. Anjo, of Paia, also
came to see the verdure of Huelo and
to spend anight with his friends. They
all enjoyed their outmg immensly,
and have decided to take another
such airing in the near future.
The large boat of Mr. Awana which
was used for convejiug rice from
Keanae to Maliko has been wrecked
off the coast of Huelo by a strong gule.
There were three persons on board,
and they escaped auinjured.
A Mothers' Meeting was held at
the Hamakuapoko Kiudergarden.
Friday afternoon, May 23, where Miss
Steele U-Jhe Priucipal with Mrs.
Mitchel and Miss Holakaa as her as-
Races Au. 12th.
First TROTTING AND PACING
Mile hetvls, best three in five,, freej
for nil, piwsp $40.
Second: RUNNING RACE.
One mile dasli, Hawaiian bnd,
TJiird :-RUNNIN'G P,ACE.
Th roe -fourth inie d-vli, freo for
11, purse $100.
Mite heats, best two in three,
IIawaiat), bred, purse $2T(.
Fifth: RUNNING RACE.
One mile dash, free for all; purse
Sixth: POLO POXY RACE.
Half mile dask Ponies that have
played in Intetvtmlo matches. Own
ers to ride. Maui Polo Cupr $150.
All races to be run, oj trotted un
der the rules of t.ho California Jockey
Cub and the National Trotting Asso
ciation. A riders' and drivers to, appear in
At least four to enter and hree to
Ah horses are expect to start un
less withdrawn try J o clock: a. m. on
the day previous to the race.
General admission, 50 cents.
Grand stau.d, mauka side, $1.00,
makai side, 50 cents.
Quarter Stretch Badges, $2.50.
Bids for the Refreshment Stand
privilege will bo received by the
races, and Aug. 5th for August
Twenty-seven mothers responded
to the invitation. Sixty children enter-,
taincd, their fond mothers with
several oi tneir Kmdernarclen sonss
and games in a very creditable man
ner. - Marching and skipping by the
mothers was the next feature and
entered into with much spirit. Light
refreshmeuts(kindly furnished by Mrs
J. J, Hair) were seived.
If interest and sttentlon are the
touchstones then the already estab
lished feeling of the unity and har
monv between the kjudergarten and
home has been strengthened.
Katnchomeha .1 Day was appropri
a tely observed in Lahaina with a base
ball gome at Kilohana Park in the
afternoon and fa couoert at Wainee
Church in the evening, both of the
events proving successful.
In tho baseball game, which com
menced at 2, p. m., tho Noraing
Stars beat tho Lahaina team by
score of 18 to 12,
The game was a very interesting
one, and made'quito a good showing
for the Lahaina team, considering
the short time they have been organ
ized. With a little more experience
and practice they would probably
make it very hot for the Waiiuku
The concert at Wainee Church
which commenced shortly after p,
m. had drawn quite a large and
fashionable audience, who shoved
their appreciation of the excellen
program rendered ty treouent ap
p lause. Lack of space forbids enu
meratinjf all the events on the pro
gram, but special mention should be
made of the chorus, "Tell me pretty
Maiden," froin'Tlorodora," the song
"f. or all Eternity, pleasingly ren
dered by Mrs. L. M. Vetlesen who in
response to an encore gave the
charming little air "Mignon," and
Mr. K. J. Zedwitz's artistic hand
ling of his violin in such classical
pieces as Gounod's "Ave Maria,'
From a financial point the concert
which was gotten up for the benefit
of the coming Sabbath School con
vention in July next proved an equal
ly pleasing success, net receipts be
injf aoout $120. i
Too mueti praise cannot bo given
Miss Howena Hicbardsou, who work
ed indefatigably to make the affair
a "go," and to whom the credit for
ita success la mainly duo.
engineers, contractors and
Carpenter and Contractor
Plans and Estimates
Furnished on Short Notice
Offico and Shop in Giles Building ,
High Et. Wailuku.
P, E. LAMAR SCO.
Contractors & Engineers.
We solicit all kinds of construction
work, such as Railroad, Gov't
Roads, Reservoirs, Ditches,
Wells, Tupnels, etc., etc.
P. K IjAMAR,
Mkm. Tson Soc.Pac. Coast.
Wniluku, : TWaiil
J. A. HARRIS
Sign Painting, House Pain
Ing, Paper Hanging and.
. Estimates furnished and mail
orders for signs qn any part of
Maui promptly executed.
SKATING RINK, Wailuku, Maui,
JAMES H. PAINTER
Scientific Horse Shoeing
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND
WAGONS BUILT, REPAIRED
SHOP IN OLD J. H. KING
BUILDING, NEAR CORNER
MAIN & MARKET STREETS.
Contractor & Builder
(Formerly Bead Carpenter at Kite,.)
Ha,s located at WUuku. Building
Contracts taken in all purts
of tho Island,, A large force
oS skilled, assistants always
P, O, Ro eft Tel. No, 293
R. R. CO.
And Dealnia a
J LUMBER J
Wilder S. S. Co
Terminals at Wailuku,
Paia. . . .
Wm. WHITE, Prop.
First Class Wines & Liquors
Primo, Seattle S Budweiser
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
Ice Cold Beer,
ALWAYS ON HAND
FjrsJ Class Wines & Liquors,
Primo and Seattle Beet
MAjr.fj St., (Adjoining old Meat
Opposite Wailuku, Depot
Wholesale & Retail Liquor Dealers
Schlltz Boer that made Mllwaukco famous,
Anhouser Uusch & John Wieland Now Brew.
O. P. 8. Bourbon, Rye & Sour-mash.
Old Gov't, Old Pepper & Cnpo Horn Whiskey,
Duffy's pure malt & Twood's nnr malt. Whuimo
SprunnocSlanloy's fumounO.F.O.& Kcn-favorlte.
Ktuuuruiea jonn uewar & u.L'.t,.sco ten Whiskey
D. C. L. Old Tom, & London Dry, noneysuckln
Palm Tree, & Palm Boom Glu.
Hennessy'B Brandy & Australian Boomerang
Koliler & Van BerirniiR winn ft. thn r.nM,a inn:
nook vinos, G.H.Mumm & Co. ex-dry Champagne
We make a special ty of shipping.
Matt. McCann Phoprietob
America & Scotch Whiskey.
Beer, Ale Wine-
Ice Cold Drinks.
Lahaina, Maui T. H,
Famous Bartlett Water
The Best Medical and Table
Water lu tho World.
Bottled only at the celebrated
Bartlett Springs, Lake Coun
ty, Cal,, without exposure to,
Thousands of remarkable cures
have been effected by this
DRINK IT AT HOME,
LOVEtJOY & CO
Sole Distributors for the Territory of Hawaii
Corner Market and Main St.
Wailuku, . Maui
Rainier Bottled Beer, of Seattle
C. Karpy & Co., Uncle Sam Wine
Cellars and Distillery, Napa, Ca)
Jesse Moore Whiskey
Cream Pure Pye Whiskey
Long Life Whiskey
Lexington Club Old Bourbon Whiskey
Walnutlne v. v .-
J F Cutter's Whiskey
Moet 4 Chandon White Seal .Cham
pagnes A. G. DICJUNS,