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0, B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop.
MRS. G. B. R0BEBTS0N, Bus. Mgr.
Islands politics are assuming an acute pbasn on Mnui, and
within the next few weeks some very interesting history will be
made,, which, will ha,ve adirect hearing on the welfare of the Islands
for swne years to come. Two yeirs ago, the plea of the News for
intelligent fusion was totally disregarded and this year the same
ftlea meets only a half hearted response. The republican parly is
finely organized and self reiiant, the home rulors have closed up
their ranks for the battle, and the democrats are w-vvieriti' nhn,
lessly around without a leader. Now there is no question bulj that
the interests cf the Islands would be jeopardized by the election
bi the home rule ticket. It is no. less true that the Hawaiian s, re
gardless of party affiliations arc a
ment. Consequently if the republicans would win, , they must puo a,
plank in their platfoiin favoring county government. If they
would retain power indefinitely they mufct pass such a bill, to take
effect immediately after the adjournment of. legislature. The bill
should provide that the governor temporarily Appoint ull county
officers, to serve until the next regular election in 1905 after which
all such officers should be elected.
headed, large-hearted and wise
the Islands will remain in their
jj From the first palmy days of
a' tendency toward concentration, at tirst in mercantile and banking
drcles, but latterly in all directions where an aggregation . of
capital can be employed to utilise labor or the natural productions
cf curfVi T'rncfc u 1-1 A fnm Viinotinnc ara omnlnrorl 1 1 h n n 1 a n twl
gather this capital. This is a natural evolution, and a repetition of
history in disguised form. The
frankly rode out and took what
actual producers. From the days
the strong have triumphed over
natural law of human existence,
higher types, as the tide of civilization and progress roll., onward
Ali Now is the time for the republican party on Maui to do poUtios
which will prove themselves worthy of the trust of the people ct
large. A fusion of the republican
is indispensibie to victory this fall, and that result can bo acora
plished by placing an avowed democrat, say Thomas Clark or T.
IJ. Lyons on the republican ticket as candidate for the legislature,
and this should be done without asking the candidate to avow
himself either a republican or a supporter of the republican plat
: form. The republic ins have not forgotten the bitter defeat of t wo
. . . . 1 1 ! - 1 .1 1 , A 1 I . .1
3 cais uyu, umi nie iesMn mvy jearneu wien snouiQ serve 10 guicie
who m now.
-,' William AVhite of Lahaina has been nominated by the home
1 Vule party as senator for Maui. It was not believed that they would
have the nerve to do this, and some of them openly claim that
White forced his nomination in opposition to the wishes of the
home rulers, wl o fear him as much as they despise, him. But
White has been nominated, and the decent element on Maui owe it
as a duty to themselves to defeat him at the polls. A man who
openly avowed two years ngo, after he was eieotod, that he would
be a fool to come home from the legislature with empty pockets,
can bo beaten, must bo beaten and will be beaten.
Now that the races are all over, one cannot look back at the
utfuir dispassionately, without experiencing a certain sense of
congratulations at the success of our July and August races, es
pecially the latter. This practically assures successful races next
Fourth of July, in which case the August races can be elimiunted,
or confined to local talent.- And the suggestion is a very pertinent
one, as to whether or not it would not be a wise move to double the
amount of the purses next year. This would revive the intrpduc
tion of fast stock on Ma'jj. and to insure successful races Maui
raus t have some fast horss-
St It is phenomenally curious that there have been so. few alliga
tor pear, orange and mango trees, set out in the vicinity of Wai
lukn. It only costs a momentary effort, the kicking aside of the
soil with the too of one's boot and dropping a pear, oi ango or
mango sed in the hole. Nature will do the rest, if the very slight
est attention is paid to the young sprouts. If no other way can be
arrival at, thetoacners of our common schools should take hold of
tlio matter, and offer special credits to their pupils who plant these
beods at home and succeed in starting these plants to grow.
a It is no wonder that traveling
merchants of Maui, and of Wailuku specially as back numbers.
A merchant who is trying to do
snap enough to get up a goo;!, live, attractive ad. in the local paper,
may safely be set down as a Silurian. This is a fact and the adver-
! 1 XT .11 . .a
iiMug coiums or. wie .ews icii
words, the lacic of enterprise and push, of our local merchants.
f It seems, after all, that Wailuku is not to have a decent school
house in a respectable location, this year. The depleted condition
of finances is entirely responsible for this condition of affairs, as
the authorities in Honolulu have pledged themselves to remedy
. this as soon as funds are available. In the meantime the question
of a suitable site shouW be settled. "
IvlAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. .1. W. Kulun, Circuit ludsre, W.nlUioa
I,. U. Crnnk. t'liTii Circuit Court. WnlluUu
Joilite W. A. MoKay Dlst. Miicisirato. Wulluka
' I'lms. Unup, " " Mukuw.io
" KKlmilelio. " " Utiiuiiin
' Wlkau, " " Houuimlii
" Jmepit, " " Hiiiih
" lM'iunou, " " Ktouhulu
" Million " " Mi.lokui
" Kuhoobalnhnla, " ' l.uinvi
L. M. lluldwin, SherMI, WulluUu
V. E. SulTery, Dsput Shortn Wftilnuu
S. Kalamit " " M:iliiiwo
O. K. I.lniisry, " " L;ihii1iia
K. Wittrock, ' Hiiuii
O. Trimble. " H MoloUiii
T. Ferrr-lro Jr Cavtuln PWtea WkI'uI.u
H. Copp, " " Mukuwmi
Wu. Krnnn, " " Livh;iiiin
. t:. t.cdm y, "
J. K.Walumau, " ' Kntoiipapu
W. T. Robinson, Tax Assessor, wHu;u
J. N. K. Keela, Depnty Assessor WaMuUH
U.Dunn, " " Lahntuii
J. Gross. ' " H;na
unit in favor of county govern
If the republicans are long
enough to do all thi,s, the future of
hands indefinitely. t not, W'Ucox.
tli3 Rothsohilds, oapital has had
German and Norman barons
they wanted and needed, from the
of stone clubs to the present,
the weak, and it seems to be a
which merely expresses itself iu
and democratic forces on Maui
men generally condemn the
business in a town and has not
more strongly tnan any mere
Blmlie-H-'HPH Vs. H.-xton.
AfU'i- a linr sojinini in tin1 c'.ii'i'r
Iwh hid! h"-(lattf t'Hvrs of oblivion,
tin- Sluiktvpvare-Bacon contrnv-v.j
is oik c niorv in the center of tlie
s1ii.;c, with the limelight dining
upon it and u tiugr chorus of nri;u
iricii'ative cruiiUs in the double row
behind it. S;nn' of the latest, theories
promulgated are as follos:
That Brtoon and Shakespeare
were one and the sarm man.
2 That Uncoil wrote the Shake
speare plays while in pmoti, serving
a sentense of one year for profunely
cursing ami swearing on the public
3 That the nainm Bacon was merely
Shakespeare's non di? plume, assumed
because the bard was a ham kctor.
4 That Shnkespeare, l)ei asham
ed of his plays, blamed Bacon,.
6 That Shakespeare uive.nt.ed the
Baconian theory in order to mislead
6 That the real author of the plays
was. Bacon's father in-law, a saloon
keeper, named (Jeorjje V. Fergjson,
7 Thet Shakespeare sold out his
play writing business to Bacon after
writing half of tha plays.
8 That Shakespeare and Bacon
l That they we re rot,
10 That maybe they wete,
11 That noboby knows whether
they were or not.
12 That nobody cares. rrBaltitnore
Liking Thumbs to Bind a
Goths and Iberians completed au
agreement by licking and joining
their thumbs, as Scotsmen once did
and Moors still do, and rustic lovers
once betrothed themselves by licking
their respective master fingers and
then pressing them together as thev
vowed to remain faithful to each other
forever and a day. Even now an
Ulster man signifies his assent to a
proposition with, "We may lick
thooms upo' that!" if he does not suit
the action to the word like the lieu
tenant who in 1642, on being challen
ged to mortal combat by his own
sergeant, accepted the duel by lick
ing his thumb, saving, "There is my
parole for it." Chambers' 'Journal.
Coins ol Early Days,
, The early Biblical references to
pieces of silver do not in the original
convey the idea of coins, but of weights
shekels. The, Mosaic "oblation to
God" was a half shekel., and the
shekel is explained by Josephus as
equal to four Athenian drachmae of a
value of about 55J cents iu American
money. The first. Jewish coinaye
unaer auinomy was, it is ueiievea,
struck by Simon the M&ecabcc, about
the year U0 B. C. It consisted of
shekels and half shekels, t his coin
age had its value signified upon it,
"Shekel Israel," in Samaritan char
acters. A Very Old Rule.
The oldest mathemathic book in the
world is believed to be the "Papyrus
Khind" in the British museum, pro
fessed to have been wi itten by Ahmcs
a scribe of King Ra a-us, about, the
period between 2000 and 1700 B. C.
This "Papyrus Rhind" was trans
lated by Eisenlohr of Leipsic, and it
was fornd to contain a rule for
making a square equal in area to a
given circle. It was not put forth
as an original discovery, but. as the
trancript of a treatise 500 years
older still, which sends us back to,
approximately, 2500 B. C. when
Egyptian mathematicians solved, or
thought they had solved, the problem
of squaring the circle.
We will guarantepXhat we clsl do
nnQH Pout IVd ,o nat, i.n .In... .
i. i..-. ion uc uuu5 nYjyuijg us we are uuauuatc utsnsis,
and have had a Great'Vany ye ,,x-..-iei '.Mhe practice of Dentistry.
All our material is tlm very besf made ft known to the Dental Profession.
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Gold Crown 1 Silver Fillincs fin rts nn more.
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Bridge W oi k f . T)est Amal"
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ALL GUARANTEED A LIFE TIME;
fs'o LntUi'ilc Allowed.
'A tiaiioiuil m h ii ! ii spector In lie
i.uii1 whs oik e i :ii! inihg a class in
.eogvuphy. ii'iii, having reason to
i i i ' (. t an aiN'A i i t'i n quest ion re
.:n i ' i '.r lony i' ,ii ie, proceeded to tisk
ior ii (I. tiuiiio'i of latitude, There
w;is i sl'ylii pmi-e and a young lad
iiiswcrrtl '' ''Ii-:im-, sir, we have no
liitiinrlc in Ireland. The Government
vo',' I ull.'W 'us r.HV." '
Being advised that the cenvenleuce
of the voters of the Third Election
District requires a modification of
t he boundaries of some of the Pre-
cinvts thereof, I, Sauford B. Dole,
Governor of the Territory of Hawuii,
ov virtue of the authority in me vest
ed by law, hereby set apart and es.
tablish the following precincts and
polling places in the &aid Third Dis
trict; . First Pbecinct. That portion ol
Molokai consisting of Kalawao and
Kahtupapa, Polling place, Kalau
Second Precinct. The remaiuder
of the Island of Molokai. Polling
place, Pukoo Court-house.
Tiiiro Precinct. -That portion of
West Maui lying between the lands
of Waikapu and Houokawai. Pol
ling pUice, Circuit Court-house at
ForRTn Precinct. That portion
of West Maui lying between the lands
of Hanakaoo and Waihee, known as
Kaanapali, Polling place, Honoka
Fiftu Prkcinct. The Island of
Lanai. Polling place, Kahalepalaoa
SfXTii Precinct. That portion pf
the District of Wailuku lying west
and north-west of aline running from
the mouth of the Wailuku stream
southerly along the sand hills to
Maalaea Bay and iricjudhig the Isl
and of Kahoolawe. Polling place,
Seyentn Precint. That portion
of the pistrlct of Wailuku bounded
by the Sixth Precinct, the lands, of
and Hatnakuapoko, and the sea.
Polling place, blacksmith shop on
Eighth: Precinct. AH that por
tion of Kula, on East Maui, lying
west of a line running from Honuaula
to the north boundary of Pulehunui
ou the line of the two hills, Puu o
Kali and Puu o Koha. Polling place,
Hospital building at Kihci,
. Ninth Preci.'CT. The remainder
of Kula and that portion of Hatna
kuapoko lying southwest of the Ma
liko Gulch and mauka of the road
running from Kalunui to the Maka
wao jail and a line In extension thereof.-
Polling place, Makawao Court
Tenth Precinct. The remainder
of Hatnakuapoko and that portion of
Hamakualoa lying west of the Kaha-
lehaku stream. Polling place, Hatna
Eleventh Precinct. That por
tion of East Maui lying between Ha
lehaku and Opuola streams. Polling
place, Huelo school-house.
Twelfth Precinct. That portion
of East Maui lying between Opuola
and Kapaula streams. Polling place,
Thirteenth Precinct. All that
port ioir of East Maui lying between
the Twelfth Precinct and Kipahulu.
Polling place, Hana Court-house.
Focrteknth Precinct. Kipahulu
and Kaupo. Polling place, Kinhulu
Fifteenth Precinct." That por
tion of East Maui lying between tlyj
Fourteenth Precinct and the P'igh'th
and Ninth Precincts, inelidthg Kahi
kinui and'Honuaula..- Polling place,
Gien under my hand and the seal
of the Territory of Hawaii, this 11th
day of Auguet, A. D. 1902.
'(Seal.) 7 SANFORDB. DOLE
The NoPain Specialists
"The Expert Deiitists"
ALLEN I n n
( FERGUSON j u,u d'
vour DEXTAL WORK as well and as
J , . . .. . r,
- at,i sum
P - - - -
OF, TEETH ONLY SS.OO
ENGINEERS, CONTRACTORS 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.
We solicit all kinds of construction
work, such as Railroad, Gov't
Roads, Reservoirs, Ditches, "
WTells, Tunnels, etc., etc.
. P. E 'LAMAR,
-Mem. Tech Sop, Pp. Coast.
J. A. HARRIS
Sign Painting, House Paint
ing, Paper Hanging and
Interior Decorating. !
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
WAGQNS BUILT, REPAIRED
SHOP IN OLD J, H, KING
BUILDING, FEAR CORNER
MAIN & MARKET STREETS.
Contractor & Builder
(fprmerly Soj4 Carpenter at Kthpi.)
Has looated at Wailuku. Building
Contracts taken 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. . . .
Wm. WHITE, Pnor.
First Class Wines S Liquors,
Prlmo, Seattle & Budweiser
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
Ice Cold Beer
ALWAYS ON HAND
First Class Wines & Liquors
Prima and Seattle Beer
Maiiket St.. (Adioiuinff old Met
WAILUKU , MAUI.
Opposite Wailuku, Depot
Wholesale & Rgtajl Liquor Dealers,
SohUtj Be.cr thaf made Mllwaultoe famous,
Anhousor Buscb & John Wiolind Now n
O. P. g. Bourbon, Rye Sour-mush.
uiu uun, urn i-epper s, uope qorn Whiskey,
Duffy's pure malt A Tweed's pure malt Whiskey
Celqbrated John Uowar & D.C.L.Sootch Whiskey
u. k,. f.. qia Tom, London Dry, Honeysuokln
Palm Tree. & Palm Boom Oln.
Hennessy's' Brandy 4 Australian Boomerang
Homer s van Uergons wlue & the famous Ingie
nook wines, q.H.Mumm & Co. ex-dry Champagne
vye male a specialty of shipping.
Matt. McCann Phoi'eietob
America 5f Scotch "Vhisjcpy
Beer, AIqato Wine
Ice Cold Drinks,
Lohajna, Maui T, H,
Famous Bartlett Water
The Best Medical and Table .
Water in the World. .
BottlecJ only 'atthe celebrated
. Bartlett .Springs, Lake Coun-
ty, Cal without exposure to '
the air. .
Thousands of remarkable cures
' have been .effected by this
DRINK IT AT HOME
LOVE JOY & 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, Cal
Jesse Moore Whiskey
Cream Pure Rye Vhiskey
Long Life Whiskey
Lexington Club Old Bourbon Whiskey
J F Cutter's Whiskey 1
Moet 4 Chandon White Seal Cham,
pagnes ' ,