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6. B. ROBERTSON, Ed. atiil Prop.
MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON, BuS. Mgr.
58 Robert Wilcox is on Main this
lis another legislature like tHe pitiful affair that disgraced the Isl
ands two vears aco. But thef e are
Intelligent Hawaiians, and it is to
the bulk of the Hawaiian vote in the
who have rallied to the republican
around" whom the intelligent voters
Cupid has set a splendid example, in freeing himself from the
shackles of Wilcoxian despotism and the intelligent young Hawaiian
voters of Ma"ui are ready to follow him. Wilcox will doubtless
tender nominations to prominent
democracy of Maui cannot stultify
and bowing to his individual will.,
ago ca-n be put in practice at the
well for the Islands, if this were
go Hie "Mif lor." which is the
liquor interest in Honolulu, has
.concerning sumptuary laws for the
TfneNEWs frankly urged the establishment of a reasonable number
oE saloon on Maui as the best means
and tne records of the' police courts show that the News was right
The next thing will be to lower the excessive licenses now exacted,
and further regulate the placing of licenses in proper hands and
localities. The liquor men of Honolulu have combined to influence
legislation in the right direction,
planks wifl very likely appear in
rican platforms, pledging a just
JS The methods of farming preraleni among the Portuguese and
Chinese ranchers in Kula is so very primitive that nothing' bu the
natural fertility of the soil enables them fa raise crops of any
lund. For five, ten, maybe fifteen years, they will plant the same
piece of fand in corn or in potatoes, thus cultivating and encourag
ing the increase of pests. Instead of this, there, should be rota
tion of crops, with sufficient intervals of rest. Thus;" if-apiece of
land is planted' to corp. this year, it should be planted to potatoes
next year, and sown to wheat or barley the year following, 1 and
then allowed to rest a year. This method of planting, combined
with thorough and deep cultivation of the soil will .myiitnize fungus
and insect pests, as well as douhle-the present yield of ccops in Kula.
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$g Where every citizen is legally eligible to hold office, the crop
of office seekers is naturally a large one; and that is going to prove
oue ofthe chief obstacles to contend with1 in Island politics.lt is a
natural characteristic for the majority of American citizens to like
to hold office, and the same fever will doubtless burn in the veins
of our newly made Hawaiian American citizens. But the bulk of
voters should remeinbor that it is not by any means those who
long for office that are the most desirable, and experienpe or the
mainland has often proven that oftener than pot,' those who
are reluctant to accent office generally make the mos; honest and
reliable publie servants. Pocket your private ambitionV gentle
men and let us choose the best matieViaJi,
3t While there are unquestionably a number of' democrats on
Maui, still by ( reason of lack of any organization there can hardly
be said to be1 f, democratic party here, This should be corrected
An organization should at once be effected, and an advisory com
mittee appointed to confer with a like committee of the republican
organization for the purpose of combining on good mejr.lrem Maui
for the legislature.' A combined effcrt'-.would carry such ' a ticket
through by a cleakmajority, and giveusfeood legislative material,
while a failure to do this means the humiliation of two years ago in
a more or less aggravated form; v '
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- Although afa'distance from Honolulu, and with but slight
Interest in ohe Honolulu Fair, vet, Maui languidly reached out her
hand and took over one-third of the priz.es offered. With the
quickening impulse; which a local agricultural fair on Maui would
give, a splendid dismay 0f our agricultural and horticultural pro
ducts could be made';, in 19d3.There will be a great race meeting on
Maui next Fourth of July, and in connection with it a two or three
day's agricultural fair can and should be given
3 The Maui Racing Association is to be congratulated'pn having
held a successful race meeting this week'' in the face-, of' the fact
that the Hilo contingent failed us. and of the' further fact that there
are but few racers on Maui. This means Anal' we will " have a bio
race meeting on the Fourth of July, 1903. In the meantime it
m'ght not be a, bad idea for the Association to give local races on
Saturdays, say once every three months, for Maui horses, just to
keep the thing moving.'
The change from coal to oil as fuel on inWcVfint.' and naval
vessels is being most thoroughly investigated,' with reasonably
satisfactory results, and the adoption of oil lo the exclusion of coal
15 only a question of . perfecticg oil burners'.' In "'all stationary
aiachinery on the islands, oil will entirely supersede, C9al, bdth on
account of cheapness ; and because of the equable temperature
which prevaJs in this latitude.
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Visitors from Honolulu report that the'llonolulans are! just
waking up to a realizing sense of what the missed by not contrib
uting exhibits to the Honolulu . Agrici:lkura,l FaUv.'Tbis meaHs
'hat tbtdjaext faif h.ekl.irt Honolulu will be a grand succcssj -and
Maui should now t)egia prepariug lo folio v' suit. "
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon? J. W. Knlnn, Circuit Tudpe, WuIIuhu
L...K. Crook, Clprli Ctrouit Court. Wniluki
Ju.fge W. A. McKay Dint. Magistrate, Wutluki
Chtts. Copy, " " MnUawm
" Kuraulollo. " " L,lmtui
" Klclku, " " Honuuuli
" Jnsopa, " " Hiuil.
" l'llimiuu, " " Klpuhuli
" Mahoe " " Moloki.i
" ' Kahoohalahala, " ' Laniu
L. M. Baldwin, Sheriff, ' Wailuki.
W. E. Satfery, Deputy SheriB Wailuki
S. Kalama, " Makawm
C. R. I.inilscy, " " Latinim
F. Wlttrock, " ' . Ham
O. Trimble, " " Molokat
,T. Fnrrcira Jr Captain Police. Wat'ukt
H. Copp, " " Makawai
Wm. Koanu, " " Lahainu
E. O. T-cdsiy, ' " .m.i.
J. K. Walauiau, " ' Kalaupapu
W. T. Robinson, Tax Assessor, wailuku
J. N. K. Keola. Dooutl Assessor Wailuku
W. O. Aiken, " " . "
o rinnn. " ' Lanaim.
J. Gross. " " ' Hanu
week preparing to try to give
on Maui a iartro number of
them thai we must look to lead
right direction. Tne Hawaiians
organization form the nucleus
of Maui should gather. Prince
democrats on Maui, but the
themselves by following Wilcox
What the News urged two years
coming election, and it would be
self constituted chambton of the
some eminently sound views
proper control of liquor traffic
of chectnng beastly intoxication,
tbe result of which will be that
both the Home Rule and Repub
and wise revision of the liquor
1 he Race Meeting.
Ttfnttuntlietanrlmrr frin fnrt. t.Viftt. Mil-
TCnnzia nf Flilo took his entire string
of horses to the Coast, the Maui
Racing Association succeeded 111 Riv
ing a very creanaoie meeung uu
Aug. 12, a summary of which is giv
Tlio nnlv iinnlprtannt, fpivturfi of the
day was an unfortunate foul, in the
t! A A 1 .ULil Inati
by which Black Bess, the fastest of
t im Int Inwr. tVtA vnno nn nppnnnt of
having fouled Jennie IC. and Maui
iv v. Her jockey claims that sne
hnltod tn llio rnil njit.Vi Vilm in finite
of his efToi ts to hold her in positiou,
whii'h was nn rlnnht true. Iiut there
was only one thhijf for the judges to
ao unacrnie circumstances, accoru
ing 10 me ruies, ana inai was iu uu
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r.ntinirltr rliH irivinrr t.hp rif to Maui
h tira I. ho mnrfl n'limli t.hov linhst
Rose. There were squally times for
a little while, and the fate of the
whole day's races hung in the bal
ance. But wiso counsel prevailed
and no further jar occurred to mar
tlia i n-icnra rir thu rtsw
Kinnnpinllv. th mppt.inff XiO.9, rea-
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sonably successful, and the Associa
tion may confidently look lorwara to
a good meeting on (he Fourth of July,
next year, ,
The following is the detailed official
result of the races.
First: RUNNING RACE.
Three-eighths mile dash' fveo for
all, Mollie Cohuers barred, purse
Black Bess 4
Maui Rose 1
Jennie E. 2
' Black Bess,, time 30 sec, but set
back for fouling.'
Second:' TROTTING AND PACING
; Mile heats, best two in three, free
: for all, purse $250.
Grand Pa 3 Distanced
Faro Bank 2 1
Mckinley 1 Distanced
McKmley won 1st heat in 2;37 1-5,
Faro Bank won 2nd heat in 2:32 1-5.
rThii d: -RUNNING RACE.
Three-fourth mile dash, freo for
all, Mollie Conners burred, purse
Wort by Airarino in 1:21 1-5.
Fourth-SPECIA L TKOTTING AND
PACING TO HARNESS.
Mile heats;' best two in three,
L Named horses, purse $200...
Columbia Maid Distanced
' Won by Sambo in 2:34 2-5.
Fifth : JAPANESE- RUNNING
Ono mile clash
Horses" owned and
ridden by Japanese. Purse $75,
.first money $50, second money $25.
Won by Yokohama in 2:04.
Sixth: RUNNING RACE. .
One mile dash, Hawaiian'- bred,
Nellie C. 2 .' ,
Wou by Amarino in 2:02 2-5.
Seventh: POLO PONY RACE.
Half ' .mile dash. Ponies that have
playfed hi inter-polo matches. Own
ers to ride. Maui Polo Cup $50.
Virgin 2 1
Green 3 . .
Won by Jubilee in 1:02 2-5.
Eighth :-TROTTlNG AND ' PAC
ING TO HARNESS. -Mile
heats, best tvvo in three, 2:40
class, purse $150. '
Grand Pa 2 1 1
Columbia Maid- Distanced
Dusty RoadV; 1 2 2
,Dusty Roads-won 1st heat in 2:51-
3-5 . , Grand Pa won 2nd' and 3rd in
2:4fT,l-.'5 and:51 4-5.
Ninth ;-SPSCIAL RU NNING PVACE
Three-fourth mile : dash;' named
horses, purse $100.
Jennie E. 2
Maui Rose 3 . .
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Whits Crojm 1 1.
sest Atnals?arn SI. OX)
Brunei' won in 1:23.
Tenth: RUNNING RACE.
One mile dash, free for all; pifrsc
Mol'io Conners 1
Jennie E. 2
Won by Mollie Conners In 1:54.
Beiug advised that the cenvenience
of the voters of the Third Election
District requires a modification of
the boundaries of some of the Pre
cincts thereof, I, Sanford B. Doh j
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii,
by virtue of the authority in me vest
ed by law, hereby set apart and es
tablish' the following precincts and
polling places in the said Third Dis
trict: First Precinct. That portion of
Molokai consisting of Kalawao and
Kalaupapa. Polling place, Kalau
Second. Precinct. The remainder
of the IsUnd of Molokai. Polling
place, Pukoo Court-house.
Third Precinct. That portion of
West Maui lying between the lands
of V aikanu atd Honokawai. Pol
ling place, Circuit Court-houso at
Fourth Prtscisct. That portion
of West Maui lying between the lands
of Hanakaoo and Waihee, kuown as
Kaanapali. Polling place, Horioka-
Fifth Prticinct. The Island of
Lanai. Polling place, Kahalepalaoa
Sixth Precinct. That portion of
the District of Wailuku. lying wett
and north-west of aline running from
the mouth of the Wailuku strean
southerly along the sand hills to
Maalaea Bay and including the Isl
and of Kahoolawe. Polling place,
Seventh pRiicitfT. That nortion
of the District df: Wailuku bounded
by the Sixth Precinct, the lands of
and" Ramakuapoko, and the sea
Polling place, blacksmith shop on
1'uunene road; ,
Eighth ISie'ciCi'. All that tor.
tion of Kula, Jon East Maui, lying
west of aline running from Honuaula
to the north boundary of Pulehunui
!.ou tlie. lines, .of the two hills, Puu (
Kali and Puu o Koha-. Polling place
Hospital' building at Kihei.
Ninth Precinct. The remaindei
of Kula and that portion of Harra
kuapoko lying south-west of the' Ma
also Gulch and mauka of the road
running from Kaluinui to the Maka
wao jail and a line in extension there,
of.' Polling place, Makawao ' Court
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, Tenth Precinct. The remaindei
of Hamakuapoko and that portion of
Hamakualoa lying west of the Kaha
lehaltu stream. Polling place, Hama
Eleventh Precinct. That por
tion of East Maui lying between Ha
lehaku and Opuolajstreamg. Polling
place. Huelo school-house.
Twelfth Precinct. That portion
of East Maui lying between Opuolf
and Kapaula streams. Polling place
1 Thirteenth Precinct. All that
portion of East Maui lying between
tl frr. 111: tV . . w. .
inn iwentn jrrecinci T)na Jvipahulu
Polling place, Hana Court-house.
Fourteenth Precinct. Kipahulu
audK'aupo. Polling place, Kipahulu
Fifteenth Precinct. That por
tion of ISast Maui lving between tin
fourteenth Precinct and the Eighth
and Ninth Precincts, inclndinglvp.hi
kinui and Honuaula. . Polling place,
... Given Under my hart.dafrd'th'e seal
ef the Territory of Hawaii; this 11th
day of August, A. D. 1M2.
4 (Seal.) SANFORD B. DOLE
The No-Pain ' Specialists
Iver Fillinsrs 56 cts.'no'more.
$1.01) aud.up. . -
T QNliV kOO
ENGINEERS, CONTRACTORS AND
Carpenter anIj Contractor
Plans and Estimates
Furnished on Short Notice
Office and Shop in Giles Building
High St. Wailvku.
P. E. LAMAR & CO.
Contractors & Engineers.
We solicit all kinds ot construction
work, such as Railroad, Gov't
Roads, Reservoirs',' Ditches,
Wells, Tunnels', etc j etc.
, P. E LAMAR,
ATem. Tech Soc.Pac. Coast
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 KINK, Wailuku, Maui.
JAMES H. PAINTER
Scientific Horse Shoeing
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND
WAGONS BUILT, REPAIRED
SHOP IN OLD J. H. KING
1 ' .
BUILDING, NEAR CORNER
MAIN & MARKET STREETS,
Contractor & Builder
(Formerlj Bead Carpenter at Klhei.)
HaslocatecT at Wailuku. Building
Contfacts taken in all parts
" of th Island. A large force
of skilled assistants always
P. O, Box 63 Teh No. 293
R. R. GO.
And Dealers a
Terminals at Wailuku,
. Siireckelsville and
Pa4a. . . .
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First Class Wines & Liquors
. Prlmo, Seattle & Eudweiser
Ice Cold Beer
ALWAYS ON HAND '
First Class Wines & Liquor-
Prlmo and Seattle Beer
Market St., Adjoining old Meat
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Whdesate & Retail Liquof Dealers,
Schilti fiec'f thai made 'Milwaukee famous,
Anheuser Busch & John Wieland New Brew.
O. P. S. Bourbon, Eye & Sour-mush.
Old Gov't, Old Pepper & Cape Horn Whisker,
Duffy's pure malt & Tweed's pure malt Whisker,
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Celebrated JDhnDewar & D.C. L.Scot oh Whiskey
D. C. L. Old Tom, & London Dry, Boneysuokle
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Heunessy's Brandy Si Australian Boomerang
Kohler & Van Bergens'ano & tho famoin Ingle
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ice Cold Drinks. .
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the air. .. . 1
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drink It at iioE
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Sole Distributors for till Territory of Hawaii '
Corner Market and Main St.' "
Wailuku, t . . Maui
, agents" f!6r
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