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MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. J. W. Kalua, Circuit ludRe, VVuIIuku
L. R. Crook. Ck-rk Circuit Court. Wniluku
Jddge W. A. McKay lust. MaKimrate, Wailuku'
" Clius. Coop, ' " Mukawuo.
" Kuhaiiliilin. " I.allHlIlu
" Kaluikau, " Honuaulo'
" Joskiiu, " 1 Hna
" l'linuinu, " " Klpalnilu
'.' M ikhoH " " Milokui
v H'tlioohalabala, " ' ' Lunul
L. H?,. Iljiiilwln, Shortll, Wniluku
W. E. PnRcry, Deputy ShorM Wniluku
S. Kuliima " " Maknwiio
C. K. Linusey, " '' Lalmlna
V. Wiltroi-k. " ' Han
U. Trimble, " ' . Molokal
J. F.-rrolni Jr CaDtaln Police Wnt'uku
H. Cojpp. " . Mokiijwao
Win. Koanu, " " LaUalna
E. O. l.i 1h..v. " " "ana
J. K. Wulumau, " ' Kalanpapa
V. T. Kobluson, Tax Assessor, walluku
J. N. K. Koola, Deputy Assessor Walluku
w. o. aiu.iu. " ' I'aia
(J. Kuun, " " Lainilna
I. Oruxs, " Hana
IJ Th. News oxtonds hearty contjratulat'nvns to the people of the
Island, mul more particularly to the homo rulexa, over the result
of last, Tuesday's election. Nothing better Xor the people or for
the welfare of the home ruler themselves cou.14 have happened.
Although ostensibly fought under party names, it Mras a tight be
tween progressive intelligence on one .ideand prejudiced ignorauce
on tii i other, and thanks to the Hawaiians themselves, the right
has won. A home rule victory at this time would have proved lit
tle short of a eastastrophe, but that danger is happily averted, and
there is no doubt but that the Islands are now fairly launched on
a long career of progressive jxilitical prosperity.
jQ Now that the smoke of t .ho political battle has cleared, and
men can again think and reiistui calmly, the matter of th,e defal
cations in Honolulu should be thoroughly sifted, and every proven
rascal, whether haole or Hawaiian, should be severely de.ilt with.
A needed object lesson is presented, and the opportunity should
be improved for the benefit of our future office holders. Nor should
the good work end in Honolulu. Now is a good tim to mane a
clean sweep of all incompetent and dishonest office holders through
out the Islands with a fearless hand wherever such are tound, so
that we can start off with a high, ideal established for the guidance
of our future public servant's, ' '
$2 The people of the Islands, and the Hawaiians especially, should
understand that it is not the form of government or the political
party which dominates lh.it brings prosperity or adversity to the
Islands, borne form of government is necessary, but the real
prosperity of the Islands depends on the industry, . thrift and in
telligence of their inhabitants. A ba'd form of government or un
trustworthy officials may do much harm, but the government can
not make good times except in a relative degree. Now, that the
governmental policy of the Islaiuls is settled., let us take off our
coats and go to work, if we want good times,
jj The Islands have seen the last of Wilcoxism, a,nd the home
rule party will again resolve itself into the general mass of voters.
Two years for mature reflection and mature deliberation will follow,
and the mass of Hawaiians wilf learn much. Above all, the repub
licans, into whose hands the power has been so fully, freely and
generously entrusted, will be carefully watched, and their actions
carefully weighed. If that power is used to a wise and noble pur
pose, the republicans will long dominate the Islands. If ' not,
they will oe confronted by a solid and formidable party, two years
'. " .
2 Accretions of capital on the one hand and labor troubles on
the other are having a marked effect on mainland politics this fall,
and to this may be added internal disseutions in the republican
ranks, as noticeably instanced in California. The result of these
combined causes has been to materially strengthen the hans of
the democrats, who will doubtless capture a good share of the
spoils. But notwithstanding ull this, the United States is strongly
republican in sentiment ut the present lime, and will control the
5 The Independent insists, in its last issues received just prior
to Iho election that the vote on Tuesday would settle the question
of whether or not the people desired a continuance of the Dole
oligarchy. If that be true, the Independent should bow to the
popular will, as expressed by the popular vote, and gracefully tie
cepi the oligarchy. The Dole oligarchy cut no figure ia the fight.
Tho Hawiiians simply wunted to get rid of Wilcox.
5s The political air of tho Islands is now clear, and the financial
outloolr. for the future is quite promising. Before six mpnths has
passed Hawaii should be well advanced on tne road toward a bril
liant future. With a soil unsurpassed in richness, with the mildest
and;most equable climate on earth, and with close cable connections
to all parts of the world, our future is bright with promises of tho
good times coming.
f2$ There will be no more difficult question to settle by the legis-
idiure man mat 01 esiaonsning a moaei rree scnooi system on a
satisfactory basis, and there will certainly not be a question of
more listing ital importance. The education of our youth is the
corner stone of the future of Hawaii, and none but the most wise
and liberal liws should be enacted for that purpose.
jj The reign o" Robert and Theresa i pau. The career of Oily
Bill is an end. Kalauokalani, father and son, have had their fangs
drawn. Home Uul'sin as a political power, is dead forever. New
" issues will arise to divide the voters, and may right and intelli
gence always win iu the future, as it has at the present election.
J" The promptness with which Great Britain called Kussia's
bluff in the Dardanelles, will probably prevent a conflic; for the
present, but the danger is yearly grtwing more imminent, as
Ilussia's increasing strength along her southern terminals grows
more daring, and the end is not far off.
PRINCE KUHIO KALANIANAOLE LEADS HIS
PARTY TO VICTORY ON MAUI
Tlie following are the complete returns for the fifteen prcincts of the Third Representative District, com
prising tin! Inlands of Maui, Molokal and Lansl. By an examination of the returns, it wjll be seen hat the
majority for Ivuhioon Maui was increased sometyhat by returns from Moloknl and Lanai,.
DBLBGATE TO 58th CONGRESS.
THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICTISLANDS OP MAUI, ETC.
Pre Pre Pr Pre Pre Pre Pre Pre Pre Pi e Pre 'Pre Pre Pre Pre Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ! P? 13 14 15 ;
Jonah Kuhio Kulanianaole 126 70 79 20 9 151 8i 19 42 13ii 23; 29 112 49 2:i 9li!
Wilcox, li V 99 79 1111 fill 12 272 V, 18 41 1 40; 12 1 20 7 44 42' 911
SECOND SENATORIAL DISTRICT ISLAND? OF MAUI. ETC.
Pre Pre Pre Pre Pre Pre Pre Pr Pro Pre Pre Pro Pre P-e Pre Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15
Clark, Thomas....- 37 51 13 17 0 78 5 1 40 16 7 21 23 0 8 317
Diokev, C. H 114 53 44 13 6 120 78 21 28 134 22 22 97 55 17 824
Kamakele, J 4 2 3 3 0 2 5 7 7 2 2 4 1 5 53
White, Wm .... 74 34 120 4l 8 193 7 i'l 3 7j 0 2 55 30 37
THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT ISLANDS OP MAUI. ETC.
Aukai, D. H
Ueckley, F. W
Forsyth, Adam K
Haia, W. P
Hiliio, J. K 1
Kalama, Samuel E. ..... .
Kauimakiole, G. P
Kawa'hoa, Solomon K. . . ,
Kookoo, C. L
MaKekau, Chas. K
von Tempsky, Louis. . . ... ,
Wailehua. Geo. P
Pre Pre Pre Pre Pie Pre Pre Pre Pre Pru jPre Pre Pre !Pre Pre
1 2 3 4 5 G 7 8 . 9 10 J 11 12 13 j 14 15 i
8 5 2305339 94 2 4: 1 8
97 " 77 103 45 11 255 14 15 31 30 (i r 25 84 49 41
28 36 11 12 0 37 5 2 44 11 H 21 11 0 (i
111 50 4() Ifi 6 129 73 16 25 119 21 27 12 49 17
96 50 109 55 10 238 13 15 15 15 2 2 60 50 37
107 57 52 14 6 139 83 15 55 140 23 32 lOi 46 19
22 10 3 15 0 26 3 4 8 8 1 0 24 3 10
93 37 92 14 9 224 14 4 11 24 2 2 63 45 40
117 69 59 19 8 177 79 17 36 133 21 33 105 52 24
88 38 92 40 8 252 8 17 28 23 5 16 70 48 41
87 29 120 43 11 198 10 10 22 25 5 20 7il 47 35
114 74 36 12 8 122 73 15 23 118 19 19 94 47 13
18 71 11 10 0 32 3 4 18 11 7 14 It: i 3
115 48 85 37 10 141 76 15 28 116 20 25 9(1 46 16
36 46 20 7 0 49 5 ' 2 15 12 10 32 1? 2 7
110 40 46 13 6 131 76 16 40 165 18 12 91 47 19
58 31 72 29 9 213 4 6 9 9 1 2 31 44 29
A Plant 1,000 Years Old.
In the town ot Hi'.dcrshoim, Ger
many, is probibly the most unique
plant in the world. It is a rosebush
1,000 years old and sprouts from its
branches have realized fabuious sums.
Some years ago a rich Englishman
offered $250 000 for the emire tree,
but the sum was indignantly refused.
This wonderful plaut clings amid
thickly grown moss apauist the side
of the famous old Church, of St.
Michael.lt is' claimed that it has
bloomed perennially since the days of
King Alfred, and this statement has
never been disputeii, for Its record
has been as carefull Kept as the
pedigree of tho bluest blooded family
of the kingdom. It is supposed to
have been discovered by some mys
terious means through the medium
of King Louis of Hildershcim as far
bade as 1032.
- Mrs. C. was horrified to discover
that her little seven-year-old daugh
ter was acquiring the habit of allud
ing very freely to the devil, and at
last she told her determinedly that a
repetition of the obnoxious word
would bring severe punishment.
The child Knew that her mother
was in earnest, so she set a seal ou
her lips. At last she seemed to have
forgotten it, but one Sunday Mrs. C,
who had been too ill to go to church,
asked her if she could tell what the
minister had preached about in his
"Oh, yes'm," she answered. "He
preached about our Lord going up in
to the mountaiu and beiug tempted
by by by tho gentleman who keeps
She didn't intend to run any risks
of beiug punished.
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Always On Tap
Choice Winn for Bar and Table Use
Cold Drinks and All Varieties of
Aerated and Mineral Waters
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L Kaliului Maui
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Sign Painting, House Paint
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Estimates furnished and mail
orders for signs on any part of
Maui promptly executed.
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Scientific Horse Shoeing
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND
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CORNER MARKET AND MAIN STREETS,
R. R. CO.
Aw) Dealers n
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Terminals at Walluku,
First Class Restaurant
J'kals at Ar.L Hours
Fresh Bread, Pics and Cakes.
Cigars. Cigarettes & Tobacco
Canned fruits of all kinds, jellies and
jams for tale.
High St., Walluku,
Wm. WHITE, Prop.
First Class Wines & Liquors
Primo, Seattle & Budweiser
Ice Cold Beer
ALWAYS ON HANDr
First Class Wines & Liquors
Primo and Seattle Reei
Market St., (Adjoining old Meat
arlane & Co, -
Opposite Wailuku, Depot
Wholesale S Retail Liquor Dealers,
Schlltz Boer that mode MUwaulieo famous,
Anheuser Busch & John WloUnd New Brew.
O. P. S. Bourbon, Rye & Sour-maali.
Old Gov't, OH Pepper & Capo Horn Whiskey, -Duffy's
pure malt & Tweed's pure malt Whiskey -Sprunnoe-Stonley'afamousO.F'.C.&Ken.favorite
Celebrated John Oewar it D.C.L.Sootch Whiskey
D. C. V. Old Tom, & London Dry, Honeysuckle
Palm Tree, & Palm Boom Gin.
Honnessy 's Brandy $ Australian Boomerang
Kohler & Van Bergeu wine & the famous Ingie
nook wines, G.H.Mumm & Co. ex-dry Champagne
We pake a specialty of shipping.
Matt. McCann PuopRinToa
America & Scotch Whiskey
Beer, Ale and Wine--Ice
Cold Drinks, 't
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