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)5 After nil is said and done touching the tourist question, there
is one thing around which the whole proposition revolves, in case
the whole of the Islands are included in tourist excursions, ana
. that is the comfort and convenience of the tourists themselves,
while here, 'the tourist is generally a domestic sort of animal
Avho enjoys creature comforts. When tourists from the east come
to California.they find magnificent hotels, delightful drives und all
(he accessories which put them in a. frame of miud to enjoy what
ihtv hPft. Vi Iimvo nnci'mrli to kp hp pa on Maui, out it must be
confessed that the lack of those
a tourist enjoys and has a risfht
and for that reason many tourists
away dissatisfied und disillusioned 'with the lslunds. lounsts
who have visited us and gone away satisfied and happy are our
best advertisers, and if Maui would reap rich harvests from tour
ists in tho fuiure. we must first sen that jood roads. rood hotels
and good treatment generally are acorded to thtm.
jgjj The right man, either on Maui or elsewhere, must be found
lo'tuke hold of Labainaluna and develop that institution into one
peculiarly fitted to the education of Hawaiian boys for the actual
duties of life on the plane in yhich they are best fitted to expand
,and become useful and helpful men. Tnucan be done, und it is a
, sacred duty which we owe these, boys that it should be done.There
are schools on the Islands in whicti the sons of well-to-do Hawai
ians can secure proper educational advantages, but the bulk of the
"Hawaiians are not able to send their sons to these schools, and
could send their sous to Lahaiualuna or other like school on Maui
where they could be taught the elementary trades, and enough of
Englisn to properly and intelligently fit them for their duties as
future American citizens.
Tho raco war at Evansville, Indiana, carries a deeper signifi
c nice tt.au appears to the casual reader. Such incidents as that
at Evansville were quito natuial in the South, for obvious rea
sons, but were not fully understood outside of Mason & Dixon's
line. Now that the negro has begun to invade the free states, race
prejudices are certain to be developed, and the inception of tne
trouble at Evansville was an occasion rather than the real cause of
an outbreak between the races. White men either at the North or
South will never permit themselves to be dominated either politi
cally or otherwise by the negro, and the affair at Evansville is but
the first of a long series of free state riots, . which will continue
U.utu the great deep is brpKen up,
jSj Maui is to be congratulated on the success of the races on the
Fourth and further to bo congratulated on the certainty of still
more successful races planned for the 12th of August. For sev
eral years past racing on Maui had been afflicted with the dry rot,
but new men have come to the front, and Maui is preparing to
stand abreat of Honolulu and Hilo hereafter, in the matter of good
horses and good races. Already several have expressed their in-
lennon 10 invest, in nyers. ana 11
will be represented on the Hilo and Honolulu track next year.
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ji The question of coffee growing on tho Islands is too vitally
Impoitnnt to- bo neglected any longer. One thing however is cer
tain and that is that it is now up to congress to mako or mar the
industry. If the bounty is the thing, then we should unite to se
cure one, but if a protective tariff is better, then the Islands should
unite wiih Pyrto-Rico and the Philippines and demand that this in
fant industry of our infant territories should be protected and fos
tared. -If the right kind of a tight is made congress will help us.
2 While the.news which arrives this morning fro:u Honolulu
may renew hope, still tho attitude of some alleged republicans in
the lower.house on the conference committee report on the loan
bill seems- to indicate tint tne measure has been killed for this ses
sion. If such a thipg should happens, its consequences would be
both deplorable and far reaching. With the loan bill successfully
passed, the Islands would move forward with steady strides to
ward tho permanent goal or prosperity, but if the home rulers, as
sisted by two or three recreant republicans kill the loan bill.ic will
simply paralyze Hawaii nei.
ifii Tho citizons of Wailuku should claim the right to share in any
discussion and help to shape the final decision in the matter , of
equipping tho Wuiluku Fire Department. We have a splended
water pressure on all our main
hydrants and at least two hose carts with plenty of hose would prove
our best protection. A chemical engine, as proposed, would bo all
rijht in its place, but would be subordinate to plenty of hydrants
2 iuvo years ago, the word tisal wr.s meaningless to the bulk of i
the people of the Islands, yet today the sisal industry bids fair to
ba.ono of the important Island industries-of the future. Tho same
will become truo of tho vunillu boan, und hi their wake other in
dustries not yet even thought of will follow, 1
yj Wuiluku is beginning to learu tho important lesson that it
pays for its citizens to stand together on propositions which affect
tho welfare and interests of tho town aud Island. Immediate--future
eventsof imwor.Uiiceai.o peiliii''.-iinil unitv and svmrmthoiin
'(jonoiMl lull are now uoedd morn
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. J. W. Knlun, Circuit Tuilfru, WuIIuku
j. H. Crook, Clerk Circuit Court. Wuiluku
Judge W. A. McKay Dlst. Magistrate. Wuiluku
' Kiilnllciii, 11
" J. K. Hnnuna, " '
" Pilmuui., . " "
" MuIioh " '
" Katiuohaliihala, " '
L. M. Baldwin, ShorllT,
W. E. Saffwry, Deputy Bherlfl
KUnar Morton, " 11
O. K. Liuilscy, " '
K. Witlrouk, " '
G. Trimble. " '
. H. Cutimitigs Captain Police
H. Iwiena, '
Wm. Keuuu, "
K. C. LLiisi.y. " "
J. K. Watainau, 11
W. T. Kobinson, Tlx Assessor,
J. N. K. Koola, Deputy Assessor
W. O. Attain, " "
O. luuu, " "
M. H. liouler, ' "
l'u i a
coinfortaole surroundings whicn
to ask are largely lacking on Maui,
who nave come to us have gone
aim the negro problem is nnally
is connuenuy oeiievea tnat Maui
streets so that plenty of convenient
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A bl ight day, ft fast track, a Dig
and happy crowd, aud a card full of
interesting events all uuited to make
tho Fourth of July races at Spreckels
Park a genuine success.
A large contingent of Honolulu
visitors arrived on the special run of
the Cluudine and the local attendance
fuom all parts of Maul filled the
grandstand, quarter stretch and
lined the fence for a long distance on
both sidtfs of the grandstand.
M. L. Decker, W. L. Decolo and
George Mayfield occupied the Judges'
stand and were prompt fair and hon
est, in their work. W. H. Cornwell,
Jr. officiated as clerk of the course
very efficiently, and P. Cockett per
formed well ihe arduous duties of
clerk of the paddocks. D. H. Davh
and D. Quill were starters, and Ceo.
B. Sehrndcr looked after tho wee
ing scales, while John Kicharson and
J. Garcia held tho stop watches.
Although the races started with
reasonable promptness, ret the
length of the program aud some tar
cly woik in getting the horsos to the
pott prolonged tho dav's sport til,
after four o'clock. However the
crowd were out for the day, and as
there was plenty to eat and driuk,
o impatience was manifested. The
Association officials aud. the public
generally are to be complimented on
the perfect order and decorum winch
prevailed all day, no disorder or dis
turbance of any kind having occur
red. The Honolulu puople as well as
the local contingent havo nothing
but praise for the courtesy and con
sideration with which they were met
and received at tho hands of the peo
ple of Wailuku.
The subjoined tabulation gives a
fair index of what occuwed on the
track. In the most of the races it
was a guess as to the winucr,and some
of the events, notably the last one
was as close and exciting a finish as
could have been seeu on any track.
The class of Maui horses was much
superior to that of last year, and if
the same wide-uwake, honest man
agement which now marks the haud
ling of racing affairs on Maui con
t'tnues to prevail, there is no doubt
but that thero will soon be owned od
Maui horses which will run races at
Hilo and Honolulu in the future. This
year, the Honolulu horses captured
the best prizes, but the day is not far
off when Maui horses will hold tLeir
own with the best that Honolulu or
Hilo can bring hei e. McKinley has
much improved in forri since last
August, and uuder the skillful train
ing and driving of Y. T. Robiuson,
handily captured the 2 in 3 for Maui
horses, winning the first heat in
2:3'2 2-5, although stop watches in
the handti of private parties indi
cated 2:32 flat as the time.
Some doubts had been felt as to
the success of the races, oiving to
the fact' that Hilo had captured some
of Honolulu's fastest horses for that
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day, but the success of the day at
Wailuku was byond the most san
guine hopes. In this connection the
Association owe especial thanks 10
W. T. Robinson for his aid in tho
matter of working up good races, lie
having gone to Honolulu and spent
ten days in perfecting plans for se
curing horses, besides hanging a spe
cial rnce purse of $150 himsell. Tho
Japanese manifested much interest,
and contributed largely to the sport
as well as the financial success of the
As announced elsewhere in this is
sue big purses have beeu hung for
races on August 12, and several of
the Honolulu horses which took part
in the races on tho Fourth will re
main over for tho Twelfth of August.
First: TROTTING AND PACING
Mile heats, best two in three, free
for all $250, with $50 added if win
ner beats 2:25; purse $300.
(Cyclone and Waldo J. barred.)
Billy Lemps 1 1
Jim JofTrics ' 2 2
Won by Billy Lemps in 2:47 1-5
Second: TROTTING AND PACING
Mile heals, best two in three, for
Maui horses; purse $200.
u rand Pa 3 ,
Kit Carsou 2 2
McKinley 1 1
Won by McKinley in 2:32 2-5 and
3:34 2 5.
Third: -RUNNING RACE.
Half mile and' repeat, Hawaiian
bred; purse $100.
Jennie E. 11
Starlight 2 2
KalihiBoy 3 3
Won by Jennie E. in 55 3-5 and 55.
Fourth: JAPANESE RACE.
Half miie dash, free for nil, Japan
ese riders only, $40 and $10; purse
Sok ayo 1
Won by Sokayo in 5G 2-5.
Fifth: TROTTING AND PACING
Mile heats, best two in three, 2:30
class; purse $200.
Billy Lemps .1 1
Denny Healy 2 2
Pualani ' . 3 3
Won by Billy Lemps in 2:36 and
Sixtb:-COVBOY RELAY RACE
One and one-half mile dash, horses,
saddles and bridles to be changed
every half mile, $75 to first, $25 to
second; purse $100.
Thompson 1 1
Won by Thompson in 4:45.
14 hands or under, half mile dash,
catch weights, $50 and $25; purse
Morning Star 2 v
Kalihi Boy 3
Won by Sokayo iu 5G. '
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Mile heats, best two in Hirer, for
Hawaiian bred; Bismark Stubles
Won by McKinley m 2:38
Ninth : J A P A NESE RACE.
One mile dash, free for all, Japan
ese riders only, $50 and $25; purse
Alto Stacy 2 ,
Won by Yokohama In 1 :59-
Tenth: RUNNING RACE.
Three-fourth mile dash, free for
11; pur.se $100.
Jennie E. 1
V.'on by Jennie E. in 1:15.
Eighth-:TROTTING AND PACING
Mile heats, best two in three; for
named horsns; purse $200.
(Winner of the free for all ex
Kit Cursim 12 2
Denny Henley 3 11
Jim Jeffries 2 3 3
Kit Carson won 1st heat in 2:31.
Denny Healy won 2nd and 3rd heat:-
n 2:32 and 2:37.
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