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Hon. J. W. Knlnn, Circuit TudRrt,
L. H. Crook, Clerk Circuit Court.
JudKB W. A. McKay DUt. Magistrate
" Ch. Copp, " "
' Kul-aulello. " "
" Kitleikau, " "
" Josepa, '
" l'tinmuu, " "
' Mtihoe "
" Kiihoohaluhnla, "
L. M. Baldwin, Sherld,
W. E. Saltory, Deputy SberlB
S. Kaluma "
C. It. Liudsey, "
r . Wittrock,
G. Trimble. . "
J. Forreira fr Op tala ?otl-
B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop.
M3S. G. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr.
By' Miirllia A. Chamberlain, In October FRrtwi.
K. C. Led:.
J. K. Walumaw, . I,
W. T. IJohluson, Tax Assessor,
J. N. K. Kednj, Deputy Assessor
W. O Alkn, " "
a.Ounn, " , "
4 Ja uie dinn ot August, lutis-s' mos
noteworthy woman of Hawaii was
called to her reward. Her" modes tj
was as great as her wofrti- and it
seems fitting that some- tttemorifs of
her and the times in which she lived be
prepared by one who kne w her.
Mrs. Kekcla wa the daughter of
humble, faithful,.-church members of
the Waialua, Oahu, Church; under
the pastoral dare of Rev. John S
Emereon. She was born in 1826, and
snfint hi-lili'nnv. oare-freo childhood
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O TA very interesting reminiscent sketch appears on uie secouu atUndillrt, e comm011 sci,ool8 of
pugo of this issue relative to tha scl.col for girls which flourished Wuialuaiu p'. y hours roaming at
In Wniluku tiftv vpars urn. Tlin work of that school bears fruit j wi.L the plains, ll.o mountains and
sent her. before her tenth, to enter
lue Gii -la Bearding School at Wai-
rluku, Maul, or as they called it.
"Ki.la Ilunai Kaikamahine, ma Wai-
lulcu.'' This boarding school was the
forerunner of all the now successful
seminaries f'' Hawaiian girls. The
Until today, ar.d uo more apt argument could come to hand in lavor valleys,, of snorting in the blue
of establishing an industrial hisrtv school for buys and girls in vai- cmc iui as sn;e grew ana naa pass
. . .11. I IV I' ll, i l
htlrn nnw (hnn .n ,1 i.nn.in f t.hn rpsnll . of that old time school, et ner nmui oinnuaj ,ier parens
early memories of which doubtless linger in thb m.inds 'of the older
t r-.f Wniliilrn TVio cntrHnir remark is sometimes beard
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now that, somo of the Hawaiian' boys and girls are being educated
to a degree beyond all rraclical usefulness, but such criticisms
are very short sighted.'! rue, L,atin, lirecKauuuie nigner uiantu.
of learning would be practically useless, but an industrial high
school, modelled on modern and practical lines would oe 01 lasting KChool was started by Rev. J. S.
benefit to our boys and girls. " Green, but very soon passed to the
care and responsibility of Mr. liid ward
Bailey, who managed all the business
fS! The native llawaiians A'ho cai'e to think and reason for them- 0f t-lie instituiion, but the matron and
selves, are confronted by a serious question, especially those 01 teacher of the girls was Mrs, Marin
Ihemvho supp'ortcd Wilcox twp years ago. They are asking Ogden, who lived in a small two-stor;
thonislvpe whv PHnooK'-iiliin r:iis.d tke standard of revolt against house on th premises. Mrs. E.
Wilcox. That alone would have been easily answered, but the Bailey assisted as she was able
qu3suon which follows, as to why Prince Kuhio should have be- mory carries me back as I write
r-- .? . ' . I the early forties, when, as a child,. I
xuy miu ui J. w w uu We..t with mv mother K,r.r. t.o
aa W. anii.inuua iu! uiuuc, u.cj -rl Maui,. Landing fron a', schooner at
they feel that hs is justified in Ins course. Usance many oi iem Lahaina, we passed pleasant' Week
are waiting impatiently lor the armal ot tno rnnce, ana ineze is tt.jtll l)C missi0narvfamiles of Lahal
no reasonable doubt but that when he comes lie will do aoie io lna)urva and 1' ahaiiinlalo .,and took the
show them the wisdom of his course. If be doe$ this, Maui goes usuai way to reach Wailuku. We em-
republicau. 1 barked in a double canoe at midnight,
. m I under the tonderrul, clearj star-lit
.. ... neavens ana were paaaiea, ciose in
TtfZ. 1' J WUJ Alftt UJ 11 IU ValllUI lia( lUC ov-ntiuiv-wv v I' 1 oikm v wu mi, " J, pv auuvvu V
against Cuban, sugar has crystallized into an axiom in the republi- the W, Maui mountains, 10 Maalaea
cm platforms. Ti'e New York platfona, -which is the advance Bay, where we landed ou the wild
rrnnvfi In tl,o rlot!. of r0!n.it.r fivhi-u 'recinroo tv but with- rocKS, surrounoea nun lan.'vwa ra
Thi. mr,na ounositioii . to Crass, and soon were tucked away in
r'1nhnr en v hAto mca if wnll lriiA'r t f( T 1 ,1 n!1 Pfl 11 ViVflfl 1 1 flfi S LiiTtLr I ,1 1
. . ' . . , I nf fct:ilwnrf, Hnwanan men.im.tn thp
onmioh tn fiiimilv iho. wlmlp nf tho United States, to tho utter ae- w
c l'lj l miwcian fitiition m Wiiiiutu. wtiArfi
sirucuon oi rnc ueei ana cane sugar inuusny. OUu, wereome- from- Miss
Hawaiian jilanters have notning to fear from Cuba, unless that Q len hl. sch0ol. Most vividly
Island should be annexed to the United States, and the pride r returns to me the memory of the long
the hidalgo will prevent that for many years yet. adobe thatched buildings, the dor
mitories,, the school and dining-rooms,
and the sight of that supper table to
It seems almost too good to be true that Christmas greetings which we aat down. The company
non i,o enf kff fmm Hawnii nal tn tho malnlnnii'iik 'our next lM the small square taoie oi Mist
mutwin v0r ,Woi rp.vsnrmhU don M. hut what this will come Ogden, in the centre of the room,
J J lUjMnl'.um on Lim Irtno 1 n OB tnKloo
T.;li(n,,f f.ct!n,n iUr fnll mnncnva nf nrt TltftftflR "HU WM ,w" wo
, . , , , , . . ' . - , . of the cir s, which were completely
v",lc,lwm,1"w iu m i.wu ,u,.v ... . . garlanded from end to cud. with.
connecting us with the coast. JNecessaruy it wm stimuwie ousi- . , frft(rpnnt
ness, ana there is no aouot out tnai n wiii aiso sumuiaie munsv i .clocks biossoms 0f many. hus.
iravei, nu noi least ol uu, ii wm uiuv iiio-i.iuiiuo una dcim which they cultivated in their own
forward in the march of time so that the happening- of the day, I little flower-beds. AU the girls stood
and part of tomorrow in some longitudes, will daily be read at by their places until they bad sweetly
the breakfast table. sung together one verse, thelr"Gracs
befcre1, meat." when they seated
themselves oil together, on the low
jbdbkless bcnohi's, and attacked their
joowls of poi And relishes in the usual
way of the laud, with their fingers,
always dipninjj their fingers before
and after rating in bowls of clea'i'
water, which-stood handy to all1,' oi
the table. Naomi was one of ttte
girls amid that crowd, and she
always retained a memory of ' tlat
visit of Mrs. Chamberlain and' (her
little girls," as her husband and chil
dren testify. After the meal the
leis were heaped on the heads and
shoulders of their guests. To this
school-home in June, 1847, came a
young student of Lfthainaluna Sem
inary, Mr. James Hunnewell Kekela,
(who had been a protege of the gen
tleman whose naire he bore);aiKl was
also a native of Waialua. Be had
just graduated, and here,, in the
school-home of Naomi, at Wailuku, a
beautiful wedding ceremony was ob
served. The minister who tied the
nuptial knot was- Kev.. T. Ihvight
Hunt, who was thon the missionary
of the Hawaiian church iu Wailuku.
rftON CHEONG, Pro&
first Class Restaurant
Meals at All Hocfcs
Fresh Bread, Pies and Caikes.'
Cigars, Cigarettes A Tobacco
Canned fruits of all kinds, jollies Bind
jams for sale.
High St., Wailuku,
Wm. WHITE, Prop,
First Class Wines & Liquors
Prlmo, Seattle & BudwefsSr
ENGINEERS, CONTRACTORS AND
Carpenter and Coktiiactor
D!ntd lu ths Kitchen.
Plans and Estimates
Furnished on Shhvt Notice
Oflico and Shop in Giles Building
High St. Wailuku.
"When General Graut stopped at
the Palmer House in Chicago" on his
return from his tour of the world,"
said' a man who was- there at the
time, "the steward was all but
stupefied one noon at seeing the ex
President slide in. at the kitchen door
us though escaping from some one.
"I am sorry to trouble you," he
said, as though asking a great favor
"but may Lhave a little corued beet
"Why, certainly," the steward re
plied;; 'but shan't' I send it out to
you in the dining-room?' '
" 'No," ho answered; I'll eat. it
right here ifyou'U let me sit dowp."
So a'place ori the rough board
table, where the conk had been fiVmg
the meat, was cleared, and, Grant
drew up a stool and set to,, and the
way he got away with that corned
beef and cabbage was. a caution.
When he had finished; he laid down
his knife and fork, with a tunny sfgh
of satisfaction,, put one-baud on the
steward's shoulder And saidi
" You ng-mant I don't suppose you
care for that at all,, but if you had
to eat what lhave for the past few
months.it would taste like a dinner
for the gods.. It tastes hoiaev!"
The ex-President had dined with
everybody from the queen down, but
tbait cabbage and corued beef doubt
lesa reminded Urn of the time when
he was not so well known, but pro
bably far happier when people in
St.. Louis called him 'captain' when
they spoke to hlin an bought the
wood he carted into town to "sell. "
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.
T. B. LYONS, Pkop.
Ice Cold Beer
ALWAYS ON HAND
First Class Wines & Liquors
Prlmo and Seattle Bec'r
St., (Adjoining old Meat
Macfarlano & Co,
Opposite Wailuku, Depot
Wholesale & Retail Liquor Dealers.
J. A. HARRIS
f& The campaign of education which, tho intelligent Hawaiians on
Maui are conducting is already bogiuuing to bear fruit, and as a I
natural result the death knelLoff home rulism is begin in g to toll.
Prejudices are being laid aside, and plain, straight forward ques
tions are boitisf asked, as. to why Prince Kuhio really 'deserted
Wilcox, what Kaluuokalui received for putting a Chinaman's
i.ame 011 the home rule ticket, who prompted Wilcox to favor the
leper bill, and like questions, the true answers to wliichUre leading
influential home rulers to desert the leadership of Wilcox, Kalau-
olsalaui and Oily'' Bill.
The No-Pain Specialists
Drs. Srcuson D-D- 3-
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.
Schlltz Boer that made Milwaukee famous,
yWtaul Anheuaer BuschA John Wieland New Ilrew.
u. f. s. uourbon Rre Si Sour-mash.
Old Gov't, Old Pepper & Cape Horn Whlskeyi
Duny'Bpuro molt & Tweed's pure malt WhiBltey
Colebratod John De'tvor & 0.C.1,. Scotch Whiskey
u. o. L. Old Tom, Si London Dry, Honeysuckle
Pa'.m Tree, Pai!m Boom Gin.
Hennessy's Brandy & Australian Boomerang '
Kohler & Van Bergons wine & the famous Ingia
nook wines, G.H.Mumm & Co. ex-dry Champagne
We make a specialty of shipping!
MODERN HIGH CUSS DENTISTRY AT very low prices
When in Honolulu let US examine your teeth. We will tell you in
vance just what your work will cost, and what, j-ou need to.Uftve done.
Silver Fillings 50 tlsi no more.
Rest Amalgam tl.OO
Gold Fillings, 1.0() and up
Thomas Clark has accepted tire nomination as democratic sen
ator fur Maui. There are those ' vho -are unkind enough to say
tnat he would have accepted a home 'rule nomination for senator
t 1-, ViniTaimf i Vint t l.rwa 'ivVifi h nmv Mr Olavlr hpttpr till
v : :r ; zz, z:: "v:n ; all our work fully guaranteed ad te K repair
KinsasCitv democratic platform, und an unwavering belief in the hv are in the Arlington Block,215 Hotel Street Opp.Uuion, Honolulu, Ili T
policy of free silver, tariff fur revenue-und antiienperiahsm.: which
his determined Mr. Clark to enier, from ltfivato life1, and lead
tlu democratic hosts to victory tbis'fall.
.Vessels propelled by power have! irgely superseded Railing
crafts, and the doom of the litter was predicted. But a new de
velopment of type in the schooner is giving sailing vessels a new
lease of life. ' Immense schooners are now being turned out, with
enormous tonnuge, and propelled by sails from six or seven masts.
sails so immense in size that machinery must be used to raise or
lower theiH.These immense sails cive; the required speed, and their
cheapness as speed pn
to a large e.teut.
jduccrs v. ill insure the i's
18i The movement inaugurated by lhe MercBants' Association in
Honolulu, to induce tourist travel to the Islands is sure to result
in a luge increase in this clus of travel, but its continuance large
ly depends on their treatment and entel'iaiqmenl when they reach
bore. Maui has niuch of interest lot. the tourist, and lies directly
in the lin'ef frael btftwet'n Honolulu ani HUo.r.But'muchAnlust
uo doue here tirot!" An open carriage rood fir up Iao Valley ,T and
' hem and easy transportation to the crater are the first essentials
ABOUT THE FAMOUS
C. F. Cutter Whiskey
It is pure perfect; and tha acme of
whiskey excellence." Combining it with
it makes the finest high balls! '
LOVEJOY & GO.,
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MAPfCET AND MAIN'STREETS,
t' 'CORNER MA
JAMES Hi: PAINTER
Scientific Horse Shoeing
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND
' A7AGONS BUILT, REPAIRED
SHOP IN OLD J, H. KING
BUULDING, NEAR CORNER
MAIN A MARKET STREETS.
R. R: CO.
And Dealers D
Matt.- McCann Pbopbietoh
-i - '-- -Of-. - K ,v
America & Scotch Whiskey
Been .Ale Wine-
, . Ice Cold Drinks.
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Loholnoj Maui T. Hi
M Bartlctt.f ate't
The Best Medical and Tabo
Water iu the World. ' :
Bottled only at the celebrated
Bartlett Springs,' Lake Coun
fy, Cal., without exposure to
the air. '
Thousands of remarkable cures
have been effected by this
water. " ; '
DRINK IT AT HOME
LOVEJOY & CO.
Sole Distributors for the Territory of Hawaii
Corner Market and Main St. .
Tt 11UW1 J, O. Wti.
Terminals at Wailuku,
Paia." . . .
Rainier- Bottled fter, dfSeatSe
C. Harpy & Com 'UncJe Sam Wine''
Cellars and Distillery, Napa, Cal
Jesse M,oore Whiskey
Cream Pure. Rye Whiskey
LOngLlfe Whiskey. . . . I
Lxlngton Club Old Bourbon Whiskey
ii ewef's: Whiskey . . v V.
I Moet & Chandon White Seal .Charc.