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3 The fight is now on. Tho people of Maui named the repub
lican t'eket, and Bob Wilcox has
up to the voters of Maui o decide
tive9. It is rather a staggerer to
crats of Maui supporting Wilcox,
hut nerhiiDs that is the onlv wav
4 r - v v
could obtain its "widow's thirds"
ator Blackburn of Kentucky perhaps meant well when he induced
Wilcox and Caypless to rub the word "republican"oE of the end of
their political name, and tack on the word "democrat;"' at least he
meant well for the democracy, but if he could have known the dish
of crow that he was cooking for his
would have hesiUted before asking
frf Now that the representatives
tically all uamed, it is naturally to
of them desire the support of the
Consequently a hint may help them. It is without avail for them
tacomo to the News man bearing
denarios, for they will be met with
want the frank, generous, hearty support of the News, they must
. first convince us that if elected they will do all in their power to
establish an industrial high school
boysand girls of poor parents in
By that means they may elicit flowery bouquets of persuasive
rhetoric in the News columns, well calculated, to melt
the heart and sway tho judgment
i . . .
The tendency of all republics
croachmentr when they become
States now stands in the gateway of the same road, and inevitable
destinv seems to be pushing it forward along the new road. There
is where our danger lies. President Roosevelt is trying to throt
tie with one hand the trusts, and uphold with the other the preemi
hence of the United States over Cuba, tje Philippines and the
warring North and South American republics. The United States
is much better equipped in brains,
pose to travel safely forward than were the ancient republics but
the alarm is being sounded, and by one of those silent revolutions
which occasionally. sweep over our country,-the -democrats, may
soon be called into pefwer, to stem the tide of centralization of the
money power. ,
jg It is a tremendous, strain on Latin races to preserve a repub
lican- form of government, and most of the South American repub
lies are simply such in name only, being in fact pure and simple
dictatorships. Consequently it is no matter of surprise that a half
a dozen southern republics should
This will continue in each republic
-sufficient ability to assume the
during his regnancy; during which, at intervals a so-called election
is held at which he is chosen president. No permanent peace cau
be expected inHayti, Colombia,
, mind seizes power with an iron
sword and of diplomacy.
S! The News views with some -
union on the Island of Maui, of its
of selecting and electing the best
Tho News oners no criticism at
. the republican party, but the News does condemn the rigid atti
luaeoi ine rep uoncan party leaders, wnicn lias excluded many
. good democrats from a fight
- pieauea ana arguea continuously ior tnis, and will now paooeed
: serenely on its appointed way, with subscriptions f 2. 50 pec year.
joo wors respecnuuy solicited.
fljj There is no question but what there is a rebellion fomentin
j m tne nome rule party against
and against William AVhite for the
, William White are the orains.of
: would unquestionably turndown-
he were not afraid of White. The
dependent of party ties, should
effectually, it they would fatthf
Hawaiians themselves, and the country at large.
fig To young Hawaiian who
Kule party, the News would like
to support Kobert Wilcox, a hapa
fed one good thing for the llawaiians during his -whote l!fe. oi
Prince Cupid, a full Hawaiian- who
The right answer
j2 The communication from Prof. W. Elmo Keavis "relative to his
prize tomatoes, published this week, is of prime importance1 toT. all
who desire to raise this variety of tomatoes." Others who won
.piiaes for vegetables should foHow-Mh. Reavis' example, and tell
all about it, throvgh the columns cf the News, .
MAUI BLUE. BOOK
Hon! J. W. Kiiluft, Circuit TimIk, Wailunu
t. U HrrwiU Merk Clmult tourt. Wtttluhu
Judge W. A. McKay Out. Magistrate, Wailuku
" Kal-aulelio. " "
" Kulnikau, " "
" Josepa, " "
" riinianu, " "
" Manoe " "
11 Kauoobalahala, " '
L. M. Baldwin, Sheriff,
W. E. Baftery, Deputy Sherift
8. Kulmr.a " "
O. R. Linasey, " '
F. Wlurock, " '
J. Ferretra Jr Captain Police.
H. Ooip, " "
Wm. Kcanu, " " ,
E. C. Luilst y. " "
J. K. Walatnaii, " '
W. T. Robinson, Tai Assessor,
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor
W. O. Aiken, " "
G. Dunn, " "
J. Gross, " "
named the fusion ticket; and it is
who shall be their represent
think of the intelligent demo
with Prince Cupid in the field,
the democracy on the Islands
of political preferment. Sen
political friends down here, he
tiiem to swallow the nauseating
on the different tickets arc prac
bo presumed that they will alt
News in the coming campaign,
gifts of i'rankincenso, myrrh and
the glassy eye. .But if .they
in Wailuku. so as to give the
our vicinity a chance .in life
of a hide-bound f usionist or
is toward centralization and en
rich, and powerful. The United
patriotism and purity of. pur
be engaged in civil war at once
until some one man develops
mastery. Then peace reigns
Venezuela or Brazil until a master
hand and holds it by virtue of the
alarm th failure of a complete
best elements, for the purpose
men available for the legislature
present of the men selected by
against home rulism. -The New:
-1 m i . . .
Wilcox tor leadership of tho party
Maui senatorship. Wilcox and
the home rule party, and Wilcox
White to- strengthen himself;
intelligent element on Maui, in
turn both of these gentlemen down
illlyserve the best interests of the
aro, in sympathy with tho Hohi
to ask this question. Is it bet ter
- baole who has never accomplish
carl do some good for his people
should be easy. :
The HiLL OP LIFE.
By James Fryor Looney,A.M Pbj D.
Tho following 8tanzu9 are frspHCt-
fully Inscribed to the Board of Edu
cation and the Teachers of the Ter
ritory; and, If one- person Ehuuld br
led to a noble deed or even to speak
kind word by means of them, tin
author will reel i&at ne is amply re
paid for their composite in.
"Our good deeds are no' forgot."
"Kind words shall never die."
Pleasant words are as as honey
comb,sweet to the soul. --Prov., 16-24
Let's spebk kind words now, gentle
While through this world we go,
Vor from the hert good deed por
L;ke flowers to btauty grow;
In every deed, in every word,
The language of 1 he heart is heard 1
The frngrauce of a noble deed
Will linger in each heart,
Like sweetness haunts the ripened
When leaves and flowers depart;
And thus we we on life's highway,
Each perfect deed there comes to
Yes, speak kind words to everyone,
Perhaps we may not know
The good by us that may be done
While un life's hill we uK ' '
And when we reach "life's higher
There many friends wc thus Khali
gain I ' ' .
And if we make good deeds our choice,
While marching on this way,.
Just beyond we'll hear a voice, -
To cheer us on each dreary day;
If love, so pure, desert us not,
And kindness true be not forgot.
And now, kind fi iends.both me and
While struggling up the hill of life,
Many hearts both tried and true
Will stand beside us in the strife;
If kindness be our earthly lot,
Our deeds will not be soon forgot.
Their pleasant words will make us
To bear the burden of ach day,
While willing hands will help- along
Weak ones who falter in the way;
If early friendships be begot,
And wonted fava-s not forgot.
Remember that our lives will bo
The better for the good will do,
And let our wavside comrades see
That helping one will strengthen
And guided thup, we'll envy not,
Fod good deeds caunot be forgot.
Let's not refuse to lend a hand,
Aud thus vre'll help a friend along,
And when in sickness by him stand,
Let's 8"ng a holy, Christian song!.'
Kind words bridge a many dreary
Ad cannot be by such forgot.
TColp those who gve in times of need
A friendly hand, a loving word,
And thus repay each noble deed,
By which tho heart and life were
For bright and lovely is the spot,
Where kindness true i¬ forgot.
Good deeds are"bread.oa. water cast''
Forgotten though, by us may ba,
But they are all repaid at last,
In God's, own way to you and ne;
For not on earth, iu Heaven not,
Can. deeds of slndness be forgotl
LetVkeep in mTnd, now, noble friends,
; The tenor of this little rhyme,
Who does a kindness only lends
The favor for a little time;
And yet on earth there is no spot
: Where noble deeds can be forgot.
Let's not ueglecj to sow the seed
Of kindness in the minds of youth,
Be sure we'll find, in time of need, '
This all-iiaportant, solemn truth,
Whate'er may be their future lot,
Good deeds will not be there' for.
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Aiid when they too shall reach the
Of Lubor and of Love,
Each deed will there impress them
blessing from abovel
In every clime, in every spot,
Are deeds of kindness not forgot.
And when this fleeting life shall endj
Our bodies in the dust ; ; v .
Our spirits shall with Christ ascend,
And mingle with the Justl
If while on earth, good deed
Our sreet rewaid, a home iri
The Turk and Lite Insurance.
. One man was complaining that ho
had insured twenty years before in a
mutual benefitcompany which prom
ised all sorts of things, and now the
time was up he received legs than he
would have done if ho had invested his
money elsewhere. A wise Turk who
was sitting close by saia ft reminded
him of a camel belonging to a friend
of his. It was a most intelligent brute,
and the owner was convinced that if
he found a really good teacher it could
be taught to talk. Presently a Hodga
appeared who said he was of the same
opinion and would teach it, but it
would take a loug time, probably
thirty years The owner was delight
ed and agreed to pay the Hodga a
fixed sum per annum and a big bonus
when the animal talked, the Hodga
promising to pay a heavy fine if it did
not. A friend afterward went to the
Hodga and gaid:' "What on earth
induced you to make that agreement?
You know you can never teach the
camel- to talk.'; "Oh,"' said- the
Hodga-, "I know that, but duriDg
the thirty years either 1 BhtU die or
the owner will' or the camel. Any
now, l am a.i right, as I nave my
fixed income." New York Com
A Woman's Kis
The1 story of Iugeborg Vindiing and
Poul Vendelbo Lovenorn Is well
known m Dentnark. Pout Vendelbo,
a poor student, went one day on the
ramparts around Copenhagen and
walked' with two rich noblerhen who,
like himself, had matriculated at tho
They happened; to nolice a singular
ly beautiful womah'sittingat the win
dow of one of the adjacent houses.
One of the noblemen then said half
mockingly to' Vendelbo, "Now, if you
could get a kiss from that lady, Poul,
we would defray the expenses of that
tour abroad which you are so anxious
Vendelbo took him at his word
went up to the beautiful lady and
told her how 'uis whole future depchd
:ed possibly on her. She then' drew
him toward the window and ' m the
"View of tho noblemen gave him the
kiss be craved. He then went abroad
and, returning at last as Adjutant
General Lovenorn, paid the fair lady
a visit. She was Ingeborg' Voiding
and she had made-a ciover man
fortune by a kiss.
Not Lelt Out.
An English paper tell a story of
some children's theatricals. A party
of children were giving a little drama
of their own, in which courtships and
weddings 'played a leading part in the
plot. While tho play was ih progress
One of the grownups went behind the
scenes and found a ' very Email girl
silting in the corner
"Why are yon left out?" he asked.
"Aren't you playing too?" "
"Oh, I's not left out," came the
reply. - '.
"I's the baby waiting to be born
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