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Q. B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop.
MRS. C. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr.
Hon. 3. W. Kulua, Circuit Judge,
n 1. I M..t.L I 'Iw.tlif ( Yltirt.
Judge V. A. McKay UlHt. Magmir, """
" Kalelkuu, "
J. It. Hnnuna, "
" IMImanu, "
" Mitboe " '
" Kahoohalohalo, "
L. M. lluldwln, Sheriff,
W. E. Buttery, Djputy Sherilt
Kilitur Morion, " "
C. H. L.tmisey, "
cj. H. Cummlngs CaptaiD Police.
E. C. Lrilsej;, '
J. It. Waliunan,
V. T. Uoblnson, Tsi Assessor,
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor.
W. O. Allien, "
G. Punn, "
M. H. Beuter,
14 TJnnw.Mt is now on his western tour, and it requires one who
has been raised in the states, and has mayhip seen a president at
in v,; lifptimp. to understand the peculiar phase or jO
!tmnt vchirh his advent will bring to the mass of people
in the laree and small towns through which he is programmed to.
-va t l o mverenee '-which doth hedge about
will be excited by his presence, but the people feel that
.i'.Z M.nt him. nnd thev will rejoice to see an embodimen
of their handiwork. No man will cringe to shslte hands with him
because that mans own son may one day hold his seat. Urnntr
peoplo will bring their babies to the nearest railroad station, i
order that thev may catch a fleeting glimpse of the president, I
v.ioc c,Q r,f iha nrfitt.v babies, and there is sure to be a crop
of his little namesakes along the whole route of his t ravels.
f; r. tMt.ir.n. trrouns will be found, to greet a quiet,
who will cord a lv appear at tne rear car u,,
Maxims lor the Mnrrtd.
Since you nre married yon mny ns
well make the best of it. So make
some maxims and try to live up to
them. Never cense to be lovers. IT
, . i.
you cease, some one eise ui.i.y im.
Never both be cross at ttio same
time. Wait your turn.
You were gentleman and lntly be-
, , i ..if..
ore yiu were nusuanu unu nw.
The Senate and House have both
got right down to work and are rap
idly clenning up the cues.
Now that the county bill has gone
to the conference committee, snort
arid sharp work may be expected.
President Roosevelt has reached
Yellowstone Park in his western
tour, and will "rough It" for a couple Don't forget thut.
of weeks in tlie snow. ' Keep vourself at your best.
TCven f5.000 for the construction of a compliment u. uii..
the Iao Valley road will do much to
give tourists access to the most
beautiful bit of scenery in the Ter
It begins to look now as if the
troubles betwen the Turks and the
rebel provinces will come very near
plunging the Powers into war among
Keen your ideal high. ou may
miss it. but it is better to niis a bih
one than to hit a low one.
Permnncnt mutual respect is ne
cessary for a permanent mutual love.
The tight cord is the easiest to
Monev is not essential to hapoi-
uess, but happy people usually have
Settling fl K'H.
Vl.on Andrew Jack Mm lived
Salishurv, N. Che i.i.oe attended I
court at Rnckfortl, then thn comity
it ot Surrv, and left wit.'iour. p.ij-
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his bill, which uns duly f"1
up iiga'mM. him on the hotel regain,
which weiiis to have been the hot.l
ledjrer at that time, and so stood for
many years. When thr news of the
victory of the 8th of January, 11 "v
wa- received in this t lion remote
section the old landlord turned back
vho leaves of the register, took the
pen and wrote under the arrow t
ncr-i'mat Andrew Jackson. ".Settled in
full bv the battle of New Orleans.
enough. So save money.
By all means, segregate the leper WBV pf saving is to do without things
settlement into a separate countv, A. Canon Dcvlo
because their vote shouid not' be a
fantor in controlling the elections iu
Latest reports from Honolulu are
to the effect that the Honolulu horse
men are unanimously in favor of
Maui's claims to the Fourth of July
as race dav. ,
Gov. Dole has vetoed the beer li
cense bill, rnucn to tne uifgusi, ui
Representative Henry Vida,
hake hands with those who naj uiri.ativ applied for a license un- saj() to Napoleon "The ba tie is lost,"
cloud of receding
dcr the new bill.
Both the Senate
utter a few kindly, forceful words, s
rl them disanoear behind a
UULl ICtlVii i,vi v i
smoke from the engine, but leaving an impression that will nevei
Stt Pnh.n. nnd Kurjihea are two noted examples in poiut. Ii is an
i.,K.t,i..mWt.iiiHnHavaiianstt) aspire to legislative honors.
nd no one desires to withhold the honor from those of them who
,.,.,,n,ti,tf nf it. The home rule legislature two years ago
n f Pnlnns nnd Kuniheas. and it is an honest and
w fn,,10lo iinrs were absolutely the odIv benericiaries
legislation. Now, there are home rule legislators as well as republi-
cans and democrats, wno kib ungi i, liquor business on Maui in a manner
trusted 1n the lecislature, and home rulers, republicans and em- , him foul the
ocrats alike should mark all Pulaas and Kupiheas, no matter what judiciarVi Salt water i3 a 8afer com
their politics may be, for slaughter. ine nawauans u ii, modity for old sea-dogs,
them&elves to turn down all sucn winaoags,, auu u..., not be ft bad i(Jea for
pable men to the legislature, hereafter
The Charge nt Marenfio.
As an instance of magnificent
blundering, sung by poets and treas
ured in story, no record is ever like
ly to come up to that of the Light
brigade in the Crimean war. Hut.
perhaps most remarkable was Kct
lerman's charge at Marengo. From
daybreak till lale afternoon the
who a nat.rifins had the best ot it. Dcsaix
Wrien nn editor nia!;cs a mistake
in his paper all the world sees it and
palls him a liar. When a nmate cit-
iz"n makes' a mistake nobody knows
it except a few friends, nnd thev
come around and ask the editor to
Loon it, out, fif tne rarer. When the
private cith.cn dies the editor is ask
od to write cp 'tis r(d qualities ana
lenvn out the bad. When the editor
dies the private citizen will u
"Now that old liar will get Lis .
WON CIIEONG, Prop.
Pirst Class Restaurant
Meals at All Hours
Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobacco
Canned fruits of all kinds, jellies and
jims for rale.
High St., Wailuku.
J, F. CUNNINGHAM & CO.
34 & 36 Steuart St. S. F., Cal
Dealers in all Kinds of Pro
visions and Fancy Groceries
C. T. GREBN,
and the House
:! i i .'. r
are acquiring ine vicious uuui ui
snarling at eachother, which is both
unparliamentary and undignified.
Stop it, gentlemen.
Pulaa and Kupihea are two shin
ing examples ot the class of men
whom the people of the Islands
should elect to stay at home and
pound poi hersafter.
Admiral Green is handling the
117 Battery St. San Francisco, Cal.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN LIQUORS.
ton members of the Maui Racing
Association to chip iu $50 apiece and
send to the coast for a fast un. just
to wake up the Houolulu horsemen.
Private Squires of the U. S. Ar-
s have heretofore Hhcry at Honolulu, who visitea Maui
some time bitice with a travelling
minstrel troupe, was severely cut in
the face and necK by a fellow soldier
The Boast of an Expert.
"This, ladies and gentlemen, is
the celebrated tricK mule, Dot," said
said the clown as the animal was led
into the ring. "After many years of
Vi Almost continuously since its inception, the News, had steadily
advocated diversified industries on the Islands, and it is with a
sense of gratification that it regards the later ettorts oi tne isiana
wress generally in this direction. All of our egg
been carried in one basket, and any serious blow to our sugar in
dustry would necessarily be paralyzing in its effects. There is no
n.ipstion but that new lines of industries can and will be created
on the Islands, and no matter what the future history of sugar
may be, it is vitally important that every other avenue of wealth
should thoroughly be explored, and as many new paying industries
should be inaugurated, as the uossibilities will admin
SRI Th House deserves commendation for exempting from taxes
for a few ears new lines of crops which are attempted on tne Is- en-ort I am able to say I. can make
Than, should ha everv encouragement possioie ouereu hi mm uuuhjwh.. ..u
AUAV4 v " ' -' ' .
those who embur'u in the culture of coffee, sisal, hemp, pineapples,
in brief in ull new industries, because while sugar is and will remain
our principal industry, the share owners and the laborers are
t he Tjriiicirjal recipients of the benehts derived irom sugar cuiuuie
With the successful introduction of other industries however, will
come a new class of people, new sources of wealth and a prosperity
which will be general, to supplement the present restricted lines of
industry on the Islands.
& Although the much needed repairs on the wharf at Maalaea
15 iy have been begun, possibly because it is cheaper to repair the
Llaalaea Bay wharf then to build a' new wharf and road at Mc
Gregor's Landing, still it is a mistake to, spend more money on the
MnalHfin. wharf. Of course the Superintendent of Public Works is
practically the dictator, and what ho says goes, still McGregor GoW Crown "1
Landing is the natural and proper site for a permanent wharf and Bl.ia5, $5.
landing place for steamers in all kinds of weather. 1 his is admit- per Tooth J
ted by all, and it is to be hoped that alter tins, no moro money win
be wasted, patching up the wharf at Maalaea.
S The lecislature has now reached a critical stage in its work,
and the true test of legislative ability and integrity is now to be
applied to the individual members. The people of the Islands are
eagerly watching every man, and the work accomplished between
now and the closing day of the legislature will be the test by which
the members are to stand or fall, so far as their future political
careers are concerned. Those who waive personal feelings and
work together for the best will be remembered and rewarded in
thefuture.andtho.se who obstruct will be labeled for political
o o o
Speaker Beckley of the House uttered a sentiment unworthy
of his better self when ho spoke disparagingly of the preponder
an,- of tha sni-iir industrv on the Islands. None should admit
more readily than he, the vast forward movouient which an im
niense sugar industry has brought to us. While encouraging small
industries in all possiblo lines, and hoping for a bright financial
future iu that direction is proper, still it is less of folly than of
malice, for a man of Beckley's intelligence to contemn the sugar
J While on merit, Wuiluku, has nothing to fear on the .question
of 'the countv seat, yet the light in the legislature will bear watch
ing. It was openly stated last week, that money had been used
in the interests of Labaina. While the News does not believe this,
n,Vli,,a. "hut it is only 4 oclocK.
There is time to gain another one.
A little later Kellerman with 400
mounted sabers-carefully hidden by a
vineyard till the fateful moment ar-rived-dashed
out upon the flank of the
Hungarian inhintrv. The onset was
irresistible. Two thousand impel ial
soldiers surrendered with their gen
eral, aod the French, inspired to a
tinnl pfTm-t. wrested a brilliant vicv-
torv unique, even in Napoleon's ca
reer, from their opponents.
Why He Preferred Monarchy.
During the King of Sweden's so
journ in Wisuaaen lour peniieman
were sitting in the smoking room
-Viannccinir various fnrms of frovern,
meut. One of them, says the London Everett Classico Everett Ginghams
Express, was particularly eloquent Mercerised Silk Zephyr
on republican institutions. Seeing an
old centleman at another table, who Macrame Lace.
smilinplv stroked his .white beard
Old Judge Whiskey .McBrazor S. M.
C. T. GREEN,
Groceries DryGocds Clothing
Dry Goods x
la part as. follows:
Your Brand 0f
Ice Cold Beer
and appeared much interested, the
republican turned politely to him.
My arguments, sir, do notseem to
convince vou. You are no doubt in
tavor of royal rulers?"
"You are quite right, sir?"
"May 1 ask," the republican went
on,"whetheryou would object to give
us your reasons?
"Certainly not," the old gentle-
mau replied. "My reasons are very
tfood. Tbe first and foremost is that
I am tbe King of Sweden."
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It is rapidly gaining the favor
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Terminals at Wailuku,
CORNER MARKET AND MAIN STREETS,
Opposite Wailuk Depot
Wholesale & Retail Liquor Dealers,
Schlitz Beer that made Milwaukee famous,
Aaheuser Uusch & John Wlelaod New Brew.
O. P. 8. Bourbon, Kje & Suur-mash.
Old Gov't, Old Pepper & Cape Born Whiskey,
Duffy'H pure malt & Tweed's pure malt Whiskey
Spruance-Slanley's fumousO.F.C.& Ken.f avorit
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Kohler & Van Borgens wine & the famous Ingle
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Wo make a specialty of shipping.
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America & Scotch Whiskey ,
Beer, Ale Wine--Ice
jet the fight will bear watching.
Labaina, Maul T. H