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MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr.
j2( In the interest) of the lurge number of boys and girls growing
Into manhood an womanhood in aud uround Wailuk", an indus
trial high school should be established here. The foundation- of
American greatness is established on the base of education of the
masses, and it is a gross injustice
them on the world unfitted to cope with-the few whose parents
are able to send them away to school. Much is expected of Hawai
and (f the llawaiians in the fuluie.
the grave responsibititv of a good
is to educate them. Tho diil'urencc in milliners, appearance und
character, between thv boys and
sent away and educated,- and those
grown up in isuoiince is the uwt
made for a high school in Wailuku.
SIX Honolulu' is-a length' waking
trading tourist travel to the Islands. With the completion of the
cable, the objection' to being out
be removed, and if the movement
sands of tourists f rom the wintry regions of the United States will
come to consider it the proper thing to spend twoor three of the
winter months-on the islands,-and when the conditions arc pro
perly understood here, as many will come down here to escape the
eouressive summer heat on the mainland. As for the methods-of
attracting- tourist travel,, they are too numerous and obviong- for
discussion.- The principal? thing is to appoint a committee of live
ni-en in Honolulu1, and f urnish them with the sinews of war and a
free hand,-and' the-tide of- tourist) travel will' soon- begin to roll this
jQ$- The' proposition ot establishing a system of electric' lights for
Wail ilk u and Kahuk.i'is being investigated' by a company of local
Chinese, with' the Oceanic Gas Co.of Honolulu back of them. One
fourth of the stock has been conditionally subscribed by local
Chinese capital; and nearly 300'lights;- principally Chinese in Wai-
luku and Kahului, have been secured. The proposition is to oper
ate the dynamo with water power
is the weak point in the scheme.
establish electric lights in Wailuku, the Maui Soda & Ice Works
Co.,which holds'a franchise for that purpose.will take up the prop
osltion and push it to a successful conclusion,-
fS The coming1 agricultural fair
month should' not be lost sight of
of the pleasure of visiting Honolulu at a time when marly visitors
from all tho other Islands will be there, the opportunity to see
what the new people are doing in the way of developing- small
farming on Oahu' will be well worth looking into and copying
There is no reason why Wailukil not hive a three days' agricul
tural and industrial fair including
1903 and if the Honolulu fair should
begin at once to' get ready for a'
The selection of the Panama CarialVdute by trie Senate' ap
pears to outsiders as a diplomatic inoVe on the part of -"the great
trains-continental roads, to defeat danal legislation. The fact that
there is" some question as to a clear1
b'ut if President RooseVelt will apply himself to the solution1 of the
problem with the samesseal which
reciprocity matter.'he will find the great mass of tile American
people at his'back, and- the outcome will be as great' a victory, as
Koosevelt could hope to achieve.
585 There'seeins to be a strong under current of feeling on the
Clatter of passing a county government) bill at the next session of
the legislature, and this will doubtless be the star bill of the ses
sion. J t is to be sincerely hoped that if such a measure does pass,
a proper bill will be prepared beforehand, ; otherwise Gov1. Dole
should stand' ready with a' vetd.'
jQl The racing'event of yesterday and the races of Aug 12' mark
the first of a series of successf hi race meetings on Maui. Next
year.however the two races should b6 merged into one, to be held on
July 4, 1903. Maui has never surrendered her right to July 4 as a
lavmi unj , nuu uoau jx?ai mam
matter of a racing' date.'
j0 The effect of the league games of base ball' on the Voung-'men
of the league is already becoming noticeable. It has made them
idore manly and self reliant, and the genuine respect which they
have individually, won is the best stimulus the could' receive to
urge them to success in other walks of life.'
f Wilcox is back,' and is an avowed candidate for re-election as
delegate to Congress, J The interests of Hawaii in Congr'- ' o too
grave and pressing to 'be entrusted to 6uchamanasW and
jt'is up.tq the Hawaiiens ' themselves 'to send' a' stronger' man to
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. J. W. Kiilua, Circuit TudRe, WkHuku
L. R. Crook, Clerk Circuit Court. Wailuku
JuUbo W. A. McKay IMBt. Magistrate, Wailuku
" KuhitulullO. " "
' Kululkuu, " "
" Jovpn, " '
" PHumuu, " "
Muhoo " "
" HuboonirtohnlH,-" '
L: M. Baldwin, Sheriff,
W. E. Surfury, Deputy Shcrta
S. Kulum, " "
i!. K. Lincisfy, " '
t Wiurock, " '
G. Tilinulo. " "
: - Captain Police.
11. Cnlip, "
Wm. kt'ttuu, " "
K. C. l..rclsi y. " "
J. K. Wuhinm'l, " '
W. T. Hooluson, Tax Assessor,
J. X. K. lCeolu, Deputy Assessor
W. O. Aiken, " "
a.Hunti, " "
J. Grosv " "
to our boys and girls to .turn
aud-tlte only way to lit them for
and wise American citizenship
irls of Wiiiluku who have been
who have remained here and
piihotic appeal which could be
up to the importance' of at
off f rom the rest of the world will
be properly followed up,- thou
secured inlao Valley,' and this
When the right time comes to
at RimdlUiV oh thd" last of this
by the people of Maui'. Outside
ramng on the Fourth of July,
prove a success, Maui should
fair to-be held in' Wailuku- a- year
title will of itself delav matters.
marked his cdurselri the Cuban
duuuiu I Icliill Ills t Own, in IIIC
A t-lcver answer in court was lliat
given to Cliief Justice Coieiidgc years
ao, when ho was defending a lady
who had become a Sister of Mercy
and was txpelled from t lie convent
for refusing to obey the rules.
Slie had broulit an action for
expulsion and libel. In the court e of
the trial Coleridge assumed that
breaches of discipline are trivial,
contemptible nnd should never be
"What has Misa Sawin done?" , he
asked Mrs. Kennedy, a mistress of
"Weil." said the lady, "she has;
for example,- eate'i strawberries."
"Eaten strawberries? What harm
is there in that?"
"It was forbidden,- sir," said Mrs.
"But. Mrs. Kennedy, what trouble
was likely to come from eating straw
J-Ye!l, sir," said Mrs. Kennedy,
"you might as well ask what troui
was iiueiy 10 come iroin eating tin
apple, and yet we know what trouble
did come from it.".
That closed the discussion.
Where the Color Line Ends.
There may be mulaltocs, quadroons
and oetoroousj but the eighth blooded
negro is the last possibility in that
progression. No- one has ever seen
as far as we can leorn, ahumaa being
of one-sixteenth negro blood.- No
pure blooded Caucasian and octoroon
have been known to have issue,
Many years ago, just after the close
of the civil war, when Bishop New
man was advocating the amalgama
tion idea iu Mew Orleans, one of the
tmost famous physician and ethnol
ogists of that city offered a reward
of $1,000 to any person who would
bring to his knowledge a human be
iug of one-bixteeath negro blood. No
ono ever claimed the reward. That
particular product no man has ever
yet found on earth. From the octo
rcon tne reversion to type is the on
ly avail-able direction. Atlanta Con
Ambrose Bicrcc as a Pig.
Ambrose Bierce, while out in San
Francisco recently, vifeited . the new
house of an old friend a gentleman
of Ii isb extraction. The hostess evi
dently took great pride in tho house,
ine iurnisiuna. or wnicu were new
and beautiful and gave every evi
dence of tasto and refinement. Mr.
Bierce, who has an eye for beautiful,
gave unstinted praise to everything
"But," he said, "I am sorry to see
that your house, beautiful as it is,
lucks ono ornament which no Irish
house should be without."
"What is that?" she asked, unsus
"A pig," replied Mr.' Bierce,- with
a satisfied chuckle.
The hostess' eyes sparkled.
"It did," she said, indignantly,
but you have supplied' the want."
New York Times.
A man will go down to the gates
of death without a murmur; but 'let
him crack hia thumb with the ham
mer and he tills the air with lamen
tations" that would bring tho blush of
shame to the beak of a profane par
rot four blocks away. Lowell' Rees
in S. F. Bulletin.
COMMISSION OI AGRICULTURE
Territory of Hawaii.'
Competitive Exhibition of Fruits,
egetables and Plants for Money
Prizes' and Diplomas.
JUonday and Tuesday, -July 28 th ' and
29 th, 1002, in the Drill Shed,
Exhibits are invited In the various
divisions named in the following'
SCHEDULE OH PRIZES.'
i 1 1 ;n .
Twelve specimens, two
rGor Pears. Six specimens,
two prizes. .
Pineapples.'; Fpuf specimens,' two
- .- t ' k it ll . I
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f iwelve specimens, two
VYuiei'meloiKi. Four s-ecinn-n?f
Muskmulons. Four specimens,
Breadfruit. Foar specimens, two
Oranges, Twelvt- sj eeiroens, two
Twelve sptcimens, two
Twelve si ecimens, two
Six si. ec:n:eus, two
Six bundles, two prizes.
iwelve si ecimens, two
Twelve specimens, two
One quart, two
1'ohas. One quart, two prizes.
Mountain Apples. Twelve speci
mens, two prizvs;
Bananas. Best bunch, two prizes.
Bananas. Best bunch, Hawaiian
cooking, two prizes.
Bananas. Best hand, two prizes.
Cocoauuls. Four specimens, two
Best exhibit of fivits. Tio prizes.
L i iion it
Sv.eel; tea specimens
Yams. Six specimens, two prizes
Cabbage. Three Leads, two prizes.
Cauliflower. Three heads, two
Three roots, two prizes.
Coin. Twelve ears, two
String; two pounds, two
Shell; two' pounds, two
Six spceimen8, two prizes.-
Six specimens two
Six specimens, two
Lettuce.- Four heads, two prizes.
Turnips. Six specimens, two priaea
Radishes.' Two bunches,two prize
Onions. Six specimaus,two prizes.
Chili Peppers. One pound,- two
Dry-laud Tare. Six specimens twd
vei-iana 'iaro. Six specimens,
Pumpkins. Four specimens,
Squash. Four specimens,
Best exhibit of vegetables.
Coffee.- Best exhibit, two prizes.
Paddy.- Two pounds, two prizes.'
Rice. Two pounds, two prizes.
sugar-cane. Ten sticks, two
Hay. One bundle, two prizes.
Sorghum1 One bundletwo prizes,
uumea urass. Une bundle two
uuiiaio brass. Uue bundle, two
AL'alfa. Ono bundle, two prizes.
Clover.' One bundle, two prizes
Pamcum Grass. One bundle, two
Potted Palms. Best collection,
Hawaiian Palm. Loula lelo, best
one, two prizes.
Best collection of ferns (12) at least
b distinct varieties.
cut nowers. liest collection, two
Roses. Best collection, two prizes.
carnations. Best collection, two
Asters Best collection two prizes
Orchids. Best' collection, two
Ilima Leis. Best three, two prizes,
carnation L.eis.- Best three, two
Plumaria Leis.' Best three, two
J.ue necessary accomodation for
exhibits will be provided by the Com
missioner of Agriculture an'j' Forest
ry, who requests notice be sent him
in writing of intention to exhibit, to
e. O, Box 532, Honolulu.
The exhibit opens Monday, July 28,
at 10: 30 a. m'", and exhibits'must be
in place one hour before the opening,
or they' will'not'be entitled to com
pete for prizes. J .
lue steamship comnanlea, in order
to give the people of the'lslands an
opportunity to view( the, exhibition,
have reduced, the bt'eamer ra,te.s one
half, andgreo to .carry all exhibits
free of ch.or.gQ. For farther informa
tion, address . , . )
f of Agriculture and
ENGINEERS, CONTRACTORS AND
Carpenteu and Couth actoii
Plans and Estimates
Furnished on Short Notice
Office aud Shop in Giles Building
High St. Wailuku.
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 LAM ATI,
Mtii. Tjscii Soc.I'ac. Coa St.
Man ag Bit
lAatlt-E-tii. Won I
J. A. HARRIS
Sign Painting, House Paint
ing, Paper Hanging and
Estimates furnished and mail
orders for signs on any part of
Maui promptly executed.
SKATING- RINK, Wailuku, Maui.
JAMES H, PAINTER
Scientific Horse Shoeing
t " -
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND
WAGONS BUILT, REPAIRED
SHOP IN OLD J. H. KING
BUILDING, NEAR CORNER
MAIN & MARKET STREETS,
Contractor & guilder
(Formerly Heofl Carpenter at Klhei.)
Has located at Wailuku. Building
Contract taken in all parts
of the Island. A Targe force
of skilled' assistants always
P. O. Box 63
Tel. No. 893
. ' "' ' -' i
Ana Dealers n .
a ' ' r?s
; -U tMy Ml .K li,
TcaijAal.a fc iWailuku;
Wm. WHITE, Prop.
First Cfass. Wines & Liquors
Prlmo, Seattle's Budweiser
T. B.. LYONS, Pkop.
Ice Cold Beer
ALWAYS ON HAND
First Class Wines & Liters
Prlmo and Seattle Beer .
Market St., (Adjoining old Meat
lane & &
Opposite .WAftuM, Depot"
Wholesale & Retail tiaor Dealers'
t AGENTS FOR
. Sc'hllti Beer that made M'ijVaultee famous,
Anheuser Busch ft J6fia Wielabd New Ilrew.
O. t. 8. Bourbon, Eye & Sour-mash.
Old Gov't, Old Pepper & Cape Horn Whiskey,
Duffy's pure malt ft Tweed's pure malt Whiskey
8pruancfitonlHv'iifiitnmin srK- .........
, - v. .v.wnTm,i.vunia
Celebrated John Dewar ft D.C.L.SooWh Whisker
D. C. T. flirt Tftw. J. T . . 1'
, - " , If "ry. Honeysuckle
Palm Tree, ft Pidm Bbom Gin.
Honnessys.BraaJy ft Australian Bodmera'Dd
Kohler ft ynn Bergen wine ft the famous Ingle
nook wines, G.H.Mumm A Co. eidry Champagrie
We make a specialty ot shipping.
UfATT. McCANN PHOPRIETOft
America & Scotch Whiskey
Beer,- Ak' Wine-
Lahaina, Maui T. H;
: talis Weft Water
The liest Medical and Table
Water in the World.'
Bottled only at the celebrated'
Bartlett SpringsLake Coun
ty, Cal., without exposure to
Thousands of remarkable cure
have been effected by this
DKfNK ri AT HOME'
LOVE JOY & CO.
Sole Distributors for trie Territory of' Hawaii
, corner Market and Main St. ,
IWailuku, . Mau,'
I ', . ..v- i Vt.1-,. j( i,
Rainier Rntttcd Rppp nf Cofti
C. Harpy,$ Co.,)i4nfie JSaffi Wine .
i.i Cellajia and D auiiarv. Nana rar
LexJneloiClub Old Bourbon WhieW .
MoejChadon White Seal Charj- :
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