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Maui should compete, with Oahu for prizes at the agriciiltunul
i'li -i. f.i-i hrt ha hat nr. TTnnr.liiln wKiiili rmpns on Mnndnv. Tulv 28.
crd,er, to encou,vuge this competition, the Maui New-s. make. the
'ollo,v;iog offer. Every Maui exhibitor who enters ail agricultural
exhibit at, the Honolulu fair will upon application to this office
neceiv.eonp. year's, subscription, to the M,ai:i N,ews free, to be mail
ed eithpx to,tho exhibitor, or to.any other address ha may name.
The News also makes this better offer.. To every Maui exhibitor
who. wins, a first prize at the Honolulu fair., f.or agricultural exhibits,
V.io Isevt.s, will a,w,ard a cash prize of 5.00. This is no, bluff. Save
this editorial and present it, with the other 'necessary- proofi, at
6 ho NewS; office, and, ietj your f roc.subscri ption pr cash rize, as
bjo case, may be.
The. management of, the M,aui t.icuifij- Association havo boon
uniustlv criticized for a eross piece of foul ridiuyr on July 4. That
: rust fair to them.. They had selected three men who deservedly
y.taad high in. th,o business community as judges, and all who want to
be fair and honest in tjho matter, will admit that the regulation of
the conduct of jockeys, and drivers is, solely in the hands of the
jedges, with plenary of power to correct and controj them. Now,
i,f the judges, for any rea,sr.n overlook shortcomings, in the jockeys,
it i,s 1jhey,. and no,t f ha management, who are answerable. In the
case in question, no one accuses the judges of intentional wrong,
but such well meant leniency will have a tendency to, d,riyo away
ptsi,de com petitory and leave the whole mattery in the hands
of the '.'push,"
jjjji Now that Judge Humphrey has resigned; ii"om the bench, he
naturally and logically becomqs the most available candidate on
ylVch the ?v"hole people of the Territory, independent oi political
iines, should unite as delegate to congress, in opposition to Wil
coxism, provided he would consent to accept the role. It would
cost his most bitter opponents an effort to forget tho past, but a
contrast of what Humphrey could effect n, congress for thelslands
in comparison with ne flickering inanition of poor Vilcox is
sufficient to wipe out tha past A united effort would, elect Hurn
phrey.wnpby the way, the planters have no need tofear.and a failure
to take this, step simply means two years more of Vilcox.
S . '.'' '
5 The amnesty proclamation issued on. Jnly 4t by the United
States, is a bold aad wise move, and there is no doubt but that the
Filipinos, eyen Aguinaldo himself, will accept ho proolamavion. in
good faith and proceed to reconstruct their government oi peace
f ul and enlightened lines. There is a lingering suspicion in the
breasts of many that Aguinahio and the Filipinos had their hopes
unduly excited prior to the time that McKinley, in obedience to tho
behests of the American people decided to hold the Philippines in
subjection, and all that the Americans can nqw do is to go back in
history to tho time when Dew:ey was ordered to capture Manila.and
jnake a new start in the Pnilippine matter, '
A Japanese paper published in Yokohama is authority for the
Statement that Japan will shortly cease to issue permits to its subf
jects to leave Japan for the Hawaiian Islands. Thera is some con
solation in the fact that Consul Saito of' Honolulu disclaims any
inform ition on this point, but it must be borne in mind that Japan
would welcome a war with Russia, and the fact that her great ally,
England, has been engaged in a war with the Boers has doubtless
acted as adeterreut. But now England's hands are free, and the
rumor that Japan is refusing permits to its citizens to leave Japan
carries a deeper meaning than that which appears oiv tho surface.
j5 It took England a century to teach the other nations that the
real greatness of any country in modern times is xvritten in the
commissions of its war admirals, the last object lesson being a war
vessel of 14,000 tons with a tested maximum speed of 23 knots per
hour. This vessel, well named the "Leviathan" is unquestionably
the mightiest marine engine of warfare ever launched, and shows
that notwithstanding tho rivalry of the other nations in the build
ing of war fleets, Great Britain will, for many years yet, outrank
jQ5 None, more than the Hawaiians, should be willing to admit the
civilizing and elevating influences borne on the wings of Christ's
teachings, which were brought to them by the early missionaries,
and which remains with them as
standing their supposed grievances against the descendants of the
missionaries. The large attendance at the Lahuina Sunaay School
Convention is the best augury
fBj The secretary and executive
Association are to be congratulated on the successful result of the
Fourth of July races, which was
and continuous efforts. With these men at the head of affairs, and
witn ine Dig purses onerea ior .Aug. izt a great racing meet is
assured, which will attract many visitors from all parts of Maui,
as well as from all the other Islands.
y The feeliner of orofound svmDathvltor Kin Edward VII leads
mm t a
to a singular line of reflections. It
of monarchies, that a great ruler
daughter of equal kingly success
der, Caesar, Charlemagne, Petei"
shine out alone, while tha fates of
MAUI Bim BOOK
Hon. J. W. Knlnii. Circuit JiidRti,. WhIIiiku
1,. I. Crook, t "n rK Ciiruit Court. Wiiil'iMl
Judge V. A. McKoy.Lurt. Mwunratei k ulluUu
Il !.R. t OlLi.
" Killt'tUuu, "
", JoM-pn, ". ".
' l'hnuimi, "
' Million " "
" K.ilioohulnhnln, ". '
L. M. Hulilwin, Sheriff,
XV. F.. SulTwy, Deputy Sherlfl
S. Kul:mui, " "
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K. WlttfoBk, " '
O. TriiuMe, " '
XX m. Kpanu, " "
K. 0. t,i:clsty. " "
.U K. Wultiiuii'i, " '
W. T. Iloliinson, Tax Assessor,
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor
xv. . Allien,
a great luminous star, notwith
of tha oqntiuuod elevation of
committee of the Maul Racing
largely owing to their persistent
a - o
has ben very rare, in the history
has been..succeeded by a son or
or merit. The names of Alexan
the Great, Napoleon and Victoria
"Unser Fritz" and . Edward VII
"The Lptly Or the Tier.'
Oncp, rw'rrriug to "XI. c Lmly nf
tho Tigor?" Frank I. Srcx-k t.oa nuiJ-.
''I cannot unswer the question, for
I have no earthly iilca myself. 1
really have never heeu able to decide
whether the lady or the tici"
ciiine out of that door. Yet I 'must
defend myself. People f" years
have upbraided me for leaving it a
mystery. Some use'3 to xviile me
that I had no right impose v.jion
the gooti nature of t iis public in that
manner. However,, when 1 started
;ai, to xvrite the story 1 seally intended
to ruthhit, hut it would never let it
self bo finished. Iiould not decide.
and to this day I have, 1 a?3uro you,
no moi"3 idea than any one x-'lse."
Enlightening the Minister.
"Wc are $ji''-? t have i for din
ner," s;iid llot-.by to the iT)hut',H
'Indeed," huighed the clergyman,
amused sit the lit I In boy's artlcsncsa.
'"And xv'nat kind oi pie, Bobby."
"it's a i.exv kind. Ma xvas tulkhig
this morning about pa bl inking you
to dinner so often, and pa s.iid he
d.dn'.t ea;e xvhat hn thought, mid
ma sat I jlie'd make him eat humble
pis before the day xvas oxir, ami I
suppose xvd re. going to Inxve it ior
A Month Without a FuJl Moon.
The month of February, l(m, was
the most remarkable month in the
wprld's history. January had txvo full
moons, and so had Marsh, but Febru
ary had none, This had not occured
since the creation of the world, and,
according to some astronomers the
same Miing may not occur again for a
period of 2,500,000,0(10 years.
Ram Bux British Loafer.
A Hindoo baker's assistant in Bom
bay, on setfinH..un-in 'business for him
self, bethought him of entering for
the English community as well as fo
the native one "With this end in
view he had tho following notification
painted over his doorway: "Ram Bux
solicits respectful patronage. He
is a first clas British loafer.
How to Wake Glue.
To produce liquid glue which xvill
keep for years break pieces of glue
and place hi u bottle with some whis
ky. Cork tightly and set aside for a
few days. Tins should be ready for
use without the application of heat
except in very cold weather, when
the bottle should be placed in hot
water for a fexv minutes before using
In connection with the
JULY 28-28, 1802.
Half Rate Trip From Maui and
Ball, Base Ball, Horse
Races and many other attract
ions, supplementary to the
Honolulu Merchants' Fair
ou the Drill Shed Grounds. ,
COMMISSION OF AGRICULTURE
Territory of Hawaii.
Competitive Exhibition of Fruits,
Vegetables i.'.id Plants for Money
Prizes and Diplomas.
Monday and Tuesday, July 2Sth and
'Jth, lfJOJV in the Prill Shed
Exhibits are invited in the various
divisions named in the following
SCHEDULE OF PRIZES.
Txvelve specimens, two
rears. &ix specimens,
Four specimens, two
Twelve Bpecimeris, two
; lie Mi.tn-itl" "s,
tnur f pt'tirui'is,
Fuji- specimens, two,
Oranges. TxyIve specimens, two,
Limes. Twelve specimens, two
Lemons. Twelve specimens, tvo
Six ijecimeris, two
Six bunches, two prizes.
Twelve specimens, two
One quart, two
Pohus. One quart, txvo prizes.
Mountain Apples. Twelve speci
mens, txvo prizes.
lJanana.!. liest bunch, two prizes.
Bananas., Best bunch, Hawaiian
cooking, txvo prizes.
Bananas. Best hand, txvo prizes.
Cocoauuts. Four specimens, two
Bed exhibit of fruits. Two prizes.
Ui vision 'x
Irish; ten specimens,
Sweet.; ten specimens
Yams. Six epechueus. two prizes
Cabbage. Thm; heads, txvo prizes.'
Cauliflower. Three heads, two
Three rools txvo prize3.
Corn. Twelve 'ears, two
String; tvo pounds, two
Shell; two pounds, two
Six specimens, twp prizes.
Tomatoes.. Six specimens two
Carrots. Six specimens, two
Lettuce. P'our heads, two prizes.
Turnips. Six specimeiitf,two prizes
Radishes. Two bunches,two prizes
Onions. Six specimaus, two prizes,
Chili Peppers. One pound, two
Dry-laud Taro. Six, specimens, two
Wet-land Taro. Six specimens,
Pumpkins. Four specimens,
Squash. Four specimens,
Best exhibit of vegetables.
Coffee, Best exhibit, two prizes.
Paddy. Txvo pounds, two prizes.
Rice. Two pounds, two prizes.
sugar-cane, Jten sticks, two
, Division 4
Hay. One bundle, txvo prizes.
Soryhum" One bundle, two prizes.
Guinea Grass. One bundle two
Buffalo Grass. One bundle, two
Alfalfa. One buudle, two prizes.
Clover. One buudle, txvo prizes.
Panicum G rass. One bundle, two
Potted Palms. Best collection,
I wo prizes.
Hawaiian Palm, Loula lelo, best
one, two prizes.
Best collection of ferns (12) at least
C distinct varieties.
Cut floxvers. Best collection, two
Roses. Best collection, two prizes.
Carnations. Best collection, two
Asters: Best collection two prizes
Orchids, Best , collection, twp
' v . Divlsisn 7
Ilima Leis. Best three, two prizes.
Carnation Leis, Best three, two
Plumana Leis. Best three, two
The necessary accomodation for
exhibits will be provided by tho Com
uiissioner of Agriculture and Forest
ry, who requests notice be sent him
in writing of intention to exhibit, to
P, O. Box 532, Honolulu.
Tho exnibit opens Monday, July 28,
at 10: 30 a. m., and exhibits must be
iu place cue hour before the opening,
or they will not bo entitled to com.
pete for prizes.
The steamship companies, in order
to give the people of the Islands an
opportunity to view the exhibition,
have reduced the steamer rates one
half, and agree to carry all exhibits
free of charge. For further informa
Commissioner of Agriculture and
Fores tf j.
ENGINEERS, CONTRA CTO ft S AND
Carpenter and Contractor
'Plans and Estimates
Furnished on Short Notice
Office and Shop in Giles Building
High St. Wailuku.
P. E, LAMAR & CO.
Contractors & Engineers.
TV'e solicit all kinds of construction
work, such as Railroad, Gov't
i Roads, Reservoirs, Ditches,
Wells, Tunnels, etc., etc.
P. E LAMAR,
Me si. Tech Soc.Pac. Coast.
' Managek -
Sign Painting, House Paint
ing, Puper 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
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND
WAGONS BUILT, REPAIRED
SHOP IN OLD . J. H. KING
BUILDING, NEAR CORNER
MAIN & MARKET STREETS.
WAILUKU, - MAUI.
Contractor & Builder
(Formerly Head Carpenter at Kibe..)
Has located at Wailuku. Building
Contracts takon in all parts
of the Island. A large force
of skilled assistants always
P. O. Box 63 Tel. No. 293
R. R. CO.
And Dealers n
Wilder S. S. Co.
Terminals at Wailuku,
Paia. '. . .
Mti 9, '. ?hi
Wm. WHITE, Prop.
First Class Wines & Liquors.
Prlmo, Seattle & Budwelser
T. B. LYONS, Pnop.
Ice Cold Beer
ALWAYS ON HAND
First Class Wines & Liquors
Prlmo nnd Seattle Beep
Market St., (Adjoining old Meat
Macfarlanc t Co.
Opposite Wailuktj, Depot
Wholesale & Retail Liquor Dealers.
AGENTS F"OR v
Schlitz Beer t)iat made Mllwnukce fampu,':
Anheuser Busch & John Wieland New Brew.
O. P. S. Bourbon, Rye Si Sour-mash.
Old Gov't, Old Peppor & Qape Horn Whiskey, ,
Duffy's pure malt & Tweed's pure malt Whiskey
Colobratod John Dewar & D.C.L. Scotch Whiskey
D. C. L. Old Tom, & London Dry, Boueysuckln
Palm Tree, & Palm Bppm. Gin.
Henncssy 's Brandy & Australian Boomerao 8
Kohler & Van Bergen wine & the famous Ingie
nook wines, G.H.Mumm & Co. ox-dry Champagne
vve mane a specialty of shipping.
Matt. McCamn pnoPRip toe
America & Scotch Whiskey.
Beer, Ale and" Wine
Ice Cold Drinks.
Lahoina, Maui T, H.
Famous Barilctt Water
The Best Medical and Table
Water in the World.
Bottled only at the celebrated.
Bartlett Springs, Lake Coun
ty, Cal., without exposure ta
Thousands of remarkable cures.,
, have been effected by this:
DRJNK IT AT HOME
LOVE JOY & CO. k
Sole Distributors for the Territory of Hawaii
Corner Market and Main St.
Wailuku, ' -MauJ
Rainier Bottled Beer, of Seattle
C. Harpy & Co., Uncle Sam Wine '
Cellars and Distillery, Napa, Cal
Jesse Moore Whiskey
Cream Pure Rye Whiskey
Lone: Life Whlskev
Lexington Club Old Bourbon Whiskey
J F Cutter's Whiskey . ,
Moet & Chandon White Seal Chara-"