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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY
Office. BAILEY BLOCK, Main St.
WAiLUH. MAUI, T. H.
? SUBSCRIPTION KATES
Oujyi-ur, (,in advaiK') . $2.TiO
Six tii'Miti.s. " ... 1.50
Tao columns of iio News iuIuiH I'oinmnuiea-ti-iDx
on piTMrrnt tnpk'. Write only on
om side of i ll '!' R'KO Tour unine which
will liv h'M c inllJcatiul i( desired.
j. B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Frop.
MRS. 0. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr.
jy The modifying olTcct of An.ci
ai.d l.ubits ci thought should );rove very prolific in new lines of
literary thought said activity.
mine of beautiful and dignified myths, full of love, music and brave
deeds of heroes, and new ventures
ma should add much that is original and beautiful to the worid's
wealth of literary entertainment. Is there not a young Hawaiian
who can catch and imprison in verse or song, these wierd, ancient
myths, as clear-cut, distinct and
ian laudscupe scenes?
yj Tho Port i) Kican News published a long letter vvh'ch bitterly
comphiius of the cruel treatment alleged to have been received by
Porto liicar.s on th Islands. To
poor, half starved Porto lliccn first arrived, and who can con
sequently compare "with their present well fed, fat und sleek con
dition with the wretched plight in whioh thoy arrived, the sugges
tion of cruel treatment stands out in its true light as a monumen
tal joke. The Porto Ricans who eamo here were not the cane cul
tivating class of Porto Kicy, but rather the starved refugees from
the mountainous eofiae districts. Fortunately Labor Commissioner
Clark is on the Islands, and as his attention has been specially invi
ted to tho communication in question, his report to Washington will
thoroughly vindicate the planters here from an unjust charge of
fH It was not a matter of surprise tint the Supreme Court of tho
Territory have held that there can be no such things as fishing
rights appurtenant to the public and navigable waters of the
United States, surrounding the Hawaiian coasts. The retson for
such, an ancient custom has long passed away, and now any
"American citizen" can fish in the public waters. Whether Jap
anese can lawfully do so, under tne provisions of the organic act,
is questionable, but that question will probably not be raised. The
more important question is whether or not under present condi
tions, the supply of lish for table use will become more plentiful.
It probably will, but wise restrictive laws should be passed to
prevent the destruction of the industry by the use of small meshes.
J5 The Hilo Tribune modestly suggests the name of A. B. Loben
stein as a suitable person for Superintendent of Public Works, in
case of vacancy. But really it is not necessary to roam so far
afield as.llilo, r.o find the right man. If the appointment is to leave
Honolulu, W'. F. Pogue of Maui is far away and one of the very
best men on the Islands to fill that responsible position. Bull
headedly honest, with a thorough conception of the needs of the
Islands, and with an absolute genius for devising and executing
work, V. F. Pogue is logically the one man for the position.
Progressive men are apt to
servatives, and crowned heads are no exception to the rule. When
Emperor William seized the scepter and quietly shelved Bismark
the world stageivd at the news, yet William is today one of the
most powerful and popular rulers of Europe. The young king of
Spain is developing a like originality and tne stilted dons of Spain
ure talking of a straigh jacket for the young man. But the chances
are that the young king will bo the means of advancing Spain far
on the road of modern progress.
a t O
Sjjjj The ruling powers at Honolulu, have been scored for run
ning a close corporation, for nepotism, for maintaining the "family,"
and other like charges, but they at least nave never been charged
with omcial dishonesty, and it is with a sigh of relief that the peo
ple of tho Islands see the management of public funds and public
affairs takon out of the hands of thieves and restored to the custody
of tho "hidebound missionaries," who are at least honest, even if
not over popular with the masses.
it Q 9
jJK The report that lawyer Fitch, was allowed $1250 out of Becky
Panee's estate for attempting to oust guardian Magoon, and that
lawyer Magoou was allcwed 1230 out Becky Panee's estate for
successfully resisting lawyer Fitch's . attempt to oust guardiau
Magoon, is pitiful, if true. If such things be, the legislature should
try to throw such safeguards around the estates of incompetents,
as will, in future, prevent their being looted by legal boxers and
Thero is no question but that
will largely tend to resolve th-2 doubts of the senatorial commission
on many points which naturally tended to puzzle them, while hero.
Among the far reaching good results of the recent republican
victory on Hawaii, its effect on the report and work of the commis
sion will bo most marked, in the direction of increased material
boneiits for tho Island
o o . , . .
2 Twenty polo ponies, and a team of Maui's best polo players
are now in Honolulu, preparing for tho inter island contest for
next Thursday, and here is no doubt but that the Maui will share
in the honors to be awarded to tho victors on that day.
O O 9
fj It is a question whether or not our present police system
might not be improved upon by the substitution of a sheriff and
deputies uuder the proposed new county bill. It is a matter worth
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. J. W. Kalua, Circuit lu&ge,
ij. R,. Crook. Clerk Circuit Court,
J mini) Y. A. McKay Ulst Magistrate
" Kul'iultilio. " "
" Killelkuu, '
" Josepa, " '
" l'uuiuuu, "
" Muhue " "
" Kjiioohalahnla, "
L. M. Buldwin.ShurifT,
W. E. Saflery, Ecputy Sherld
S. Kilhlii.il " "
C. H. l,lnlsey, " ''
P. Wlttiwk, " '
J. Ferrelra Jr Coptnln Police.
H. Copp, " "
Wm. Kimnu, " "
K.CLuisis. " "
J. K. Walauian, " '
V. T. UoUinson, Taj Assessor,
.T. N.V. Keolu, Deputy Assessor
W. O. Aiken, " "
G.liuuti, " "
J. (ilOSit, "
icuni&ni uii Hawaiian liie, manners
Ancient Hawaiian history is a rich
into that field of poetry and dra
beautiful as some of our Uawai
any one who was hero when the
be regarded as cranks by con
tne result of the recent election
A rontons Highway.
The most remarkable highway built
in the Unite J States early in the
nineteenth century was the bo called
Cumberland road, which was to ex
tend from Cumberland, Md., through
southwestern Pennsylvania, over the
Alleghany mointr.ins to the Ohio at
V.'hcciii'g, W. Ya., find then on to St.
Louis. It wa so well constructed
that it is a fond road today. Henry
Clay was its rrojeclor a.id chief bu
pot ter, and his services in its behalf
are coinmt mora ted by a a monument
near Wheeling. Wo are told by
letters written at that period that
"there were sometimes twenty gayly
painted four horse coaches each way
doily, the cattle und shee.i were
never out cf sii;ht, and canvas cover
ed wagons were drawn by six to
On this arerit road, which event
ually passed into the hands of the
slates through which it ' runs, the
government expended no less a sum
than $7,000,000. Within a mile of it
on either side the country was a
wilderness, but on the highway itself
the traflio was as dense as in the
main street of a large town, Ten
miles an hour was the usual speed
for coaches. From Baltimore to
Wheeling ran lines of freight wagons,
which carried ten tons, drawn by
twelve horses and with wheels ten
feet in diameter. Pearson's Maga
zine. Curloua A?ira lions.
In Norway and Sweden a curious
migration takes place, the irregular
migration of the lemming. There is
r.o telling where this strange animal
will begin its march southward
through Norway and Sweden in
search of food. Tho interval between
one migration aud the next, is seldom
less than seven years or, tis in one
instance, more than seventeen years.
The lemming is a species of rodent
and resembles in some ways our com.
mou water rat. Once started, these
strange creatures press on in a
straight line. There is no checking
their march. If a wall or a house is
in their way, they will try lo climb it
rather than go around it, and if they
come to a stack of corn they will eat
it and then go forward, Tho lem
mings are good swimmers, and so
thpy do r.ot mind rivers and ponds,
although they cannot keep afloat in
The migration comes to a fatal
finish. Taking a direct course to
ward the southwest and southeast,
the animals arrive after awhile at
the seashore. Still they must preps
;n, and the lemming migration ends
for another seven years.
Dentistry at low prices, when
EXPERT DENTISTS do your work.
They are graduates and POST
ience. I heir material is the very BEST that any Dentist can use.
Gold Crown " '
n hue Crown I - Silver Fillings
bridge Work j - Uold Fillings,
rcr iootu j r un set teeth, $o.U0 , ,
All their work FULLY GUARANTEED. No charge for examinations
Lady assistant. "
All instruments thoroughly sterilized before being used each time.
THE EXPERT DENTISTS. 213 Hotel Street Opp. Union,
Tho LARGEST Dentist Olliccs in Honolulu.
JUST A FEW
It is made by MANILLA BROS. ANCHOR BREWING CO.'of
DOBU'S FERRY, NEW YORK, and is brewed- from tho choicest
Hops and Barley Malt. It U Pale, Delightful in flavor and the
fiuest tonic known.
Telephone to US for a dozn. Wd will deliver promptly.
' LOVEJOY & CO.,
CORNER MARKET AND MAIN STREETS, '
WTLUKU, . ;,fACL
Mother ut Prnycr,
Once, savs a writer, I suddenly
opened the door of my mother's room
and saw her on her knees beside her
chair and heard her sneak my name
in prayer. I quickly and- quietly
withdrew with a feefing of awe and
reverence in my heart. Soon'I went
away from home to school, then to
eollege, then mto life's sterner duties.
But, 1 never forgot that one glimpse
of my mother at prayer nor the qne
word my own name which I heard
her utter. Well did I know tliat
what I had seen' that day was but si
glimpse of what was going on every
day in that sacred closet of prayer,
and tho consciousness strengthened
mo a thousai.d times in duty, 'in
danger and in s't niggle. When de'aUi
came at last and sealed .those lips,
the sorest senf-e of loss I felt was the
knowledge that no more would, my
mother be praying for me.
A Tribute to Woman.
Bob Burdettc pays the following
tribute to woman: '.'True, she can
not sharpen a pencil outside of com
mercial circle?, nor tie a package to
look like anything save a r rooked
.section of shoe s; but land of miracles
sec what she cau do with a pin. She
cannot w'ulk many miles around; a
pool table with nothing to drhik, but
she can walk all night with a fretful.
baby. She can ride 500 miles, .with
out going into the smoking .car .to
rest aud get, away from the children.
She can enjny an evening at home
Without smoking half a .dozen c igars
Phc can endure the distraction ot a
house fall of children all day, while
her misbund s?nds them to bed before
he has seen them an hour. A boy
with a sister is fortunaCe, a follow
a sweetheart is happy, and u man
with a good wife is more blessed than
Iowa has a law for the benefit of
inebriates, which will be, watched
with interest. Persons -who are con
nrmed drunkards are to no sent' to
an inebriate ward of the Stato asy
lum, and the first one convicted; of
of habitual intoxication was sentenc
ed to one year. He will have a chance
to become thorughly sober i that
time, but it is a problem as to what
effect it will have upon him after he
is released. There' will be a disposi
tion probably to neglect the enforce
mcut of the law.-
Thought It Likely.
Mrs. Dozzte And will you love me
when I'm old and unlovely?
Doozle I suppose so. You see,
I'll be old and daffy then myself. San
- "The Expert Dentists"
The NoPaia Specialists
C RO WN & BRIDGE- WORK
visiting Honolulu", have 'tho SKILLED
graduates of very many years' exper
oO cts. no more. Painless
$1.00 and up
Traveling In Jnpan.
A writer describing scenes on Japanese-railways
says when a native
lady enter the car she slips her feet
from Uer tiny shoes; stands upon the
seat and then Hits demurely with her
feet doubled beneatji her. A moment
la-ter she lights a cigarette or her
liltl pipe, which holds just tobacco
enough to produce two good whiffs of
smoke. AH Japanese people sit with
their feet upon the seat of the car
r.nd not as Europeans flo. When the
ticket collector, attired in a blue uni
form, i-nters(the car, he removes
his cci'p aud twice bows politely. He
repeats the bows as lie comes to eucti
passenger to collect the tickets from
Professor Bell had a strenuous
time over his invention of tho tele
phone. He toolt the first working
model of his instrument to .John A
Logan and offered hun ahalf inter
est for $2,500, saying that it would
do'away with the telegraph sind that
there would be1 millions in it. ' Logan
replied: ."'I .dare say your machine
works perfectly, but who would want
to talk tlm.ugh such a thing as that,
anyway? 1 advise vou to save you i
mono) , young man." Bell theit offer
ed o tenth interest to an examiner in
the patent office for $100 in cash. It
was, refused. That tenth interest
w as worth $1,500,000 in fifteen years.
JjOtldon express-- It is a common
practice in Berlin 'for the wife to stay
at home, when tho husband and family
go to the seaside. In t his way the
wife enjoys her own holiday. For
tl'iere is no housekeeping to be done
she foregathers with her friercs
"grass widows" li'.e herself and they
'ake their meals at - restaui ants.
spenu tiiPir aiternoons and evenings
at popular places ot cnlcr'taiutnent
aud thoroughly enjoy themselves.
J. A. HARRIS
Sign Painting, House Paint
ing, Paper Hanging and
' Estimates furnished aud mail
. orders for signs on any part of
Maui promptly executed.
SKATING RINK, Wailuku, Maui,
JAMES H. PAINTER
Scientific Morse Shoeing
Carriages, buggies and
wagons built, repaired
SHOP IN OLD J. H. KING
' BUILDING, NEAR CORNER
MAIN &' MARKET STREETS,
. II. CO.
. Aud Dtainrs n
Terminals at Wailuku,
First Class Restaurant
Meals at AtL Hours
Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes.
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobacco
Canned fruits of all kinds, jellies and
jams for sale.
High St., Wailuku.
Your Brand 0f
Ice Cold Beer
Always On Top
Choice Wine for Bar and Table Uso
Cold Drinks and All Varieties of
Aerated and Mineral Waters
A. K. STENDER . Phoprietou
Wm. WHITE, Prop.
First Class Wines & Liquors
Primo, Seattle & Budwelser
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
Ice Cold Beer
. ' ALWAYS ON HAND
First Class Wines & Liters
Prlmo ond Seattle Beep
Market Sr., (Adjoining old Meat
Opposite WAiiuKU, Depot
Wholesale & Retail Liquor Dealers.
Schlltz Heer that made Milwaukee umous,
Anuouaur Busch & John Wleland Now Hrew.
O. P. S. llourbon, Bye & Sour-mush.
Old Gov't, Old Pepper & Cupo Horu WhisUey,
DuUy'spure malt & Tweed's pure malt Whiskey I
Spruance"Stunley't;fambutiO.F.C.& Kun.favorlt e
Celebrated Johu Dawar & U.C'.L.Scotoh Whiskey
D. C. L. Old Tom, London Dry, Honeysuckle
Pttlm Tree, & Palm Boom Gin.
XolUer & Van Uorgeus wine & the famous Iugiu
nook wines, Q.H.Mumm & Co. ex-dry Champagne
We make a specialty of shipping.
Matt. McCann Proprietor
America & Scotch Whiskey
Beefy Ale and Wine--.
ice Cold Drinks.
pihaina, Maul T. II,