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MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr.
ij Wanted, a diygoods score.-
'.:vs has ever voiced this want,
tislfs for it only bucause the need
borne quietly. If there were a
News would not ask for another,
tising columns of the News from
goods store appears. It is rumored how ever that there are stores
in Wailuku, some of which carry drvgoods, but the News in not in
a position to officially confirm or deny the rumor. One thing is
certain however, and that is that if a srentleman wants a suit of
clothes, a sbi it or even a linen collar, he must send away for it
The ladies also are compelled to
In the line of ladies'' dress goods
their daily lives. Now is the thne
c.une to Wailuku and start an up -
ried stock of ladies' and gentlemen's dress goods and a general line
of like kupplies.
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5$ Public opinion throughout the Islands has crystallized on the
matter of a brief session of the legislatuie, which must be devoted
wholly to a proper adjustment of our finances, to be followed by
immediate adjournment, imd any member who tries to force ex
traneous matters into the legislature will thereby sign his own poli
tical death warrant. The people do not want and will not stand for
auy doing of politics at this juncture, and any member of either
branch of the legislature who tries to rub salt into our wounds by
forcing any political issue, should be marked for slaughter. Now
is the time for the Hawaiians to prove themselves patriots, above
the clamor of party, and God pity the haoles who fail to follow the
example which it is ardently hoped that our brother Hawaiians will
set. In this connection the News solemnly warns both haoles and
Hawaiians against the use of any more than a limited quantity of
J5 Carter is right and Cooper is wrong iu the recent contention
between them. Retrenchment all around is an absolute necessity,
and the people have not forgotten the millions needlessly squan
dered, to the almost bankruptcy of the Territory, by the doctors
several years since, in the fight against the bubonic plague in Hon-
olulu and Kahului. Give us hospitals where needed, provide gov-
eminent physicians for necessary and extreme cases, and exer
cise reasonable sanitary precautions in Honolulu, but cut down ex-
pens'es to reasonable and necessary dimensions. And those doctors
on the Board of Health who have grown too large to heed the wishes
of the government and the people should follow Dr. Cooper's ex
ample, and pass up their resignations. Do you hear that, Dr. Mays?
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j2 ' The citizens of Wailuku are to be congratulated on the results
which have already sprung from their united efforts to advance the
various interests of their district, but the News also now gives
h fair warning that unless more is done, all efforts to date will be
barren of fruit. In other words, now that the work of the Improve
ment Association has begun, every citizen must continue zealously
. in season and out of season to urge constant and repeated iter tion
s of our needs. All having the
should attend next Thursday evening's meeting, and every meet
.uigrcalled thereafter. There is much good in store for Wailuku,but
i it will require constant and patient effort to achieve the full meas
ure of results.. -
jt There is no particular reason why the republicans should not
win out on Maui this fall, even against a combination of democrats
t and home rulers. The combination had its chance last fall, and the
resultof the election was a demonstration of the fact that tha conibin
v ation officers elect were not suitable men, But the arbitrary meth
tT?," adopted by the republican leaders last fall must be abandoned,
. or another home rule victory is
arid will have their say as to who
the republican ticket was slated
i of the convention with properly disastrous results, and a like mis
take must and will be avoided this fall.
33? By the Sonoma, there arrived in Honolulu the complete ma
chinery lor tne pineapple cannery
this factory is a direct f ullfilment
. esied. Ana tins is not tne only
established on Maui. The time
lions of dollars worth of canned
Jive to see it.
It is beginning to be time
should be laid aside or frowned
of our baseball league. There
4.ruw uiub Bjjuib entuuiuges generous rivalry,- dui leaves no room
for babyism ill humor. The leading spirit ef each teuxa should en
courage a feeling of brotherhood
jQ There are a number of citizens of Wailuku who were uuabhv at
the last meeting of the Improvement Association to attend and
sign the roll.- All such are earnestly exhorted to be on hand text
Thursday. night and unite with the association. Wailuku is a grow
ing town, and its grow th 6hould be fostered by every good citizen
"...I- '. -, o , i .
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fj Judge Kalua claims to be a
riencad, but he has yet one lesson to learn, and that ts to avoid one
mm power. Such an idea is radically opposed to toe genius of self
govorniiicn;, and wiicuioue man
of the.entire people, his finish s
MAUI BLUE BOOK
tHon. J. W. Kulun, Circuit Judge,
W. J. Cnnllio. (;lerk circuit (Jourt.
Juilfcte W. A. McKay Hint. Magistrate
i huH. coup,
' KuHiulelio " "
" KuuuUtiii, 41 '
" J K. Hiiliutltt, " '
" I'iilimuL, " "
" Maliftt " ''
" Kiibootaalttlinlo, " '
L. M. Huldwln, Sherllt,
W. E. Siinnry, Djputjr BhcnB
Kilk'ar Morion, " "
C. K. I.lnilwy, " '
V. WiiiioiK. " '
H. It. Hllrliroc.k " "
Levi JokciiU " "
H. Iwiima, "
Wm. Keanu, "
H. V.. K;ipo. " "
J. H. Wilmington, " '
W. T. Hob(D9on, T x Assessor,
J. N. Iv. Keola, Deputy Assessor
leorKC CoiH, J" "
Q.Dunn, " "
M. H. Heutor, " ' " '
This is the first time
for obvious reasons,
is becoming too strenuous to be
drveootls store in Wailuku. the
but one can examine the adver
beginning to end.and not one dry
stsnd away for most of their needs
and the thousand little needs of
for some live dr.vffoods man to
to - date drygoods store, with ava
interests of the district at heart
bound to follow. The people must
the candidates shall be. Last fall
and forced through against the will
in Haiku. The installation of
of what this paper has long proph
pineapple factory which will be
will come when Maui will sell mil
pines annuuUy, and some of us will
when all spirit of childish acrimony
down between the different teams
has been too much of it in the past
between all the players.
politician f twenty years' expe
undertakes to dominate the wills
not far off.
The following are the ground rules
adopted b' the Baseball League for
1 This baseball
league shall be
Baseball leu gup.
known as the Maui
2 The league shall be under the
Auspices of the Maui Athletic Ass'n.
3 It shall consist of the following
team, viz: Wailuku, Morning Stars,
4 The games shall be guided by
Spauldintr's 1903 Baseball rules, and
the rules of the Maui Athletic As
socbtion, until the 1504 Rules arrive
5 All teams appearing on the
grounds to play a scheduled game,
shall appear in "uniform... INo person
will be . allowed to participate in a
gams unless he wear the complete
uniform of his team. Neither titfree
meDt of Captains nor any perior ar
rangement shall invalidate this rule
6 No team shall be allowed to eu
ter a player who has played a sehed
uled game of the Season of 1904 as a
member of another team, unless such
shall hvo disbanded or such member
shall have been discharged from some
team, of this league.
7 This Rules Committee shall ' re
main in office until the season is com
pleted. The shall have jurisdiction
over any violation of these rules and
through them will come the notifi
cation of the Maui Athletic Associa
tion hereinafter spoken of.
If any team is in receipt of financial
aid for transportation, etc. the com
mittee shall have power to remove
this aid, if in their. opinion, a series of
games is put up which does not justi-
.The team or
teams may however remain in the
eague, under their own expense.
8 Auy team disbanding shall gite
written notice of such disbandment to
the above committee, who will noufy
G ames shall be called at 2.30 P
M. Said time taken
bv the Catholic
10 Any team failing to play on the
call of time by the Official Umpire
shall forfeit the game to their op
11 No' game shall be called by the
Umpire unless the grounds are in
12. The Association shall provide at
least four Regulation Spaulding or
Spaulding or Reach Championships
Baseballs for each scheduled game
The used bulls to go tj the winning
13 There shall be one official urn
pire and official scorer at each game
14 The Associa li in shall see tbat'.he
grounds reserved for playing are
clear of all persons other than officials
15 Nono.buta Captain ofa tcum or
bis legalized Deputy shall be allowed
to address the Umpire, in relation to
any decicion of that orncial, under
penalty of tl.00 tine for the first of-
STATIONS A. M. P M. .. STATIONS A. M. P. M.
Wailuku Paia Pas. Pas. Freight Freight Freight Pas. Pas. Kahului -Puunene F & P f & P
A.M. A.M. A. M. A.'M. P.M. ' P.M. P.M. A.M. P.' M.
Kahului, Leave 7.00' 8.42 45 2.00 3.45 Kahului Leave 6.20 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 8.54 ' 12.00 2.12 3.57 Puunene Arrive 6.35 1.35
Wailuku Leave 7.20 9.05 12.25 2.20 4.03 Puunene Leave 6.40 1 40
.Kahului Arrive 7.32 9.17 ' 12.40 2.32. 4.15 Kahului Arrive 6,55 i 55
Kahului Leave 7.35 9.40 2.35 Kahului Leave 8.ti0 3.05
Sp'ville Arrive 7.47 9.55 2.47, Puuuene Arrive. 8.15 3.20
Sp'ville Leave 7.50 10.10 2.50 Puunene Leave 8.20 3.25
Paia Arrive 8.02 10.25 3.07 Kahului Arrive 8.35 3.40
Paia Leave 8-.12 10.55 3.12
Sp'ville Arrive 8.24 11.10 3.24 '
Sp'ville Leave 8.27 11.20 3.28
Kahului Arrive 8.37 11.35 3.38
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Sau Francisco and- the Hawaiian Islands'; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.;
. . WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO. '.
Importers -and Dealers In N
KORWEST and REDWOOD' LUMBEtt in all sizes rough and surfaced -SASH. 'DOORS and RLiTV'
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s CORRUGATED IRON, GALVANIZED IRON, Wo, GALVANIZED IROtf'PlPE, COAL-TAR
CEMENT. OILS and PAINTS', FENCE WIRE and STAPLES! NAILS, PITCH, OAKUM, Etc. Fto'
fens, and suspension from the game
for the second.
IB The Umpire is empowered to
levy any fine up to $2.50, except as
provided in rule 15, for any flagrant
iolatioii of these rules or the Spaulii-
Upon levying of any fine, he shnl'
notify this Rules Commit tee who shall
deduct this amount from the offend
ing team's percentage, if any, or
they have a percentage coming to
them. The fir.e is to go to the Ass'n.
17 The oflieial umpire. shall have
complete control during the progress
of any scheduled game.
18 The Association shall receive
50 percentage of the net proceeds;
the winning team, 35 percentage and
the losing team 15 pevcrntage of the
net proceed of each game,
Ten Percent of the amountsdue the
teams shall be held by the Association
as a forfeit. If a team completes the
schedule, they shall receive this for
feit; if they fuil, the 10 percentage is
forfeited to the Association.
19 Each team entering the league
shall submit a list of players with their
signatures attached. Sama to be
filed with the Rules Commil tee. List
limit to 16 players.
20 Any game not played by reason
of ruin or. previous arrangment with
the Captains of said teams and the
Association, through its Rules Com
mittee, may be played at the first
open date, or continued to the end of
the Season. ' . , ? t. . - ',
GSB. S. SCII RADER, Chairman
D. L. MYER, t
JAMES KIRKf AND. -
The following is the program of
games to be played this season:
April 3 M. Stars vs Makawao
lO(Kah .luiJ) vs Wailuku
17 Wailuku vs Morning Stars
24 Kahului vs Makawao
May 1 h. Stars vs Kahului
8 Wailuku) vs Makawao
15 M. Stars' vs Makawao
22 Kahului vs Wailuku
29 M.' Stars, vs Wailuku
June oTvahUtui vs Makawab
12 M. Stars vs Kahului
19 WailuFu vs Makawao
26 U. Star
July 3 Kahului
vs Morning Stars
vs- Makawao ' k
Aug. 7M. Starsv8 Makawao
14 Wailuku vs Kahului
21 Wailuku vs Morning Stars
28 Kahului vs Makawao
Sept. 4 M. Stark vs Kahului
11 Wailuku vs Makawao
18 M. Stars vs Makawao
25 Kahului vs Wailuku
Oct. 2 Wailuku vs Morning Stars
9 Kahului vs Makawao
16 M. Stars vs Kahului
23 Wailuku vs Makawao
ine list or players ana tneir posi
tions of the four teams composing the
league are as follows:
D. L. Meyer, Manager; T. Kruq,
ger, c, Capt. ; N. Krueger, p. K,
Smith, lb.; J. Garcia, 2b ; V. Crowell,
3b.; A. Garcia, ss.; W. Bailey, If., G,
B. Schrader, cf. ; J. . Rose, rf. ; subs.
E. Meyor, P. Correa.
L. R. Crook, rf., Manager & Copt.;
A. Furtado, c; W. Searle, p., Wm.
Cooper, lb.; Jas. Kauka, 2b.; A. J.
Gomes, 3b.; C. Shaw, es. ; Ilaletnano,
cf. ; J. Frritas, rf. jmiiis., F. Kaninau,
Maiion, 1. Llovd, Kealoha, S. Kllewa.
R. W. Filler. MunngvrjT. A. Lloyd,
ss., apiain; J. flieuciros, c ; a. jacif
sni), p.; W. Walsh, lb.; W. Horner,
2b.; G. H. Cunimings, 3b.; J. Kahii,
f. ;C. Uailey, cf. ;W. Morris, t f.jsubs.,
W. W. Wescott, J. Prophet, A. Fer
G. 13. Ttobertson, Manager; Clem.
Crowell, c, Captain; D. Espinda, p.;
W. II. Corn well, lb.; Joe. Ross, 2li.;
Huakini Enos, 3b.; Palap;ila, ss.; J.
King, If.; D. K. Pokipala, cl.; P. Es
pinda, rf ; sub., G. W. Maxwell, C.
Daly, S. Keliinoi,-W. Enos, K. Enos,
A $20,000,000 'dunk Pile.
Within the !ext thirty days the
United Stales will own 'he Panama
canal property, which includes a $20,
000,000 junk pile.
Heaped along the line of the canal
at Coluu, at Em pe ratio and at other
points are qiantilics of machinery
and supplies for the construction of
the canal which cost, millions of dol
lars, but ure practically valueless.
They were bought by the old Pana
ma Canal Company, but belore a largo
proportion of them were used if had
come to an untimely end, and the sup
plies were left to the fate of time.
When the Isthmian Canal Commis
sion visited the isihmus two years
ago, it found these supplies so vast in
quantity that it could only occasion
ally examine them. It has been es
timated although there are but few,
if any, who know exactly how much
was spent in this way that they
might have cost $20,000,000. Al
thoug all of this material is less than
25 years old, it is relatively so an
tiquated in design that the commission
recommended that the United States
pay no attention to its existence in
making an offer for the purchase of
the canal property.
The supplies piled up on the isthmus
range from articles of crockery to
locomotives, Excavators, dredgers,
cars and hospitals. There are 2;431
buildings of various sorts, including
those which wero intended and used
as office?, quarters for the thousands
of laborers, storehouses, hospitals and
machine shops. The value of the
hospital alone is nearly one million
dollars. There are the structures
and doubtless the United States will
make allowance for them. Many of
i he other buildings from disusev are
showing signs of decay. In the
machine shops are steam hammers
and great turning lathes for making
repairs to the large pieces of maehi
nery usea in excavation. There are
scores of locomotives which, the mem
bers of the commission. were told had
never been used, and their appear
ance bore out the statement.
There has been an impression; that
thcold Panama Canal Com'paiiy wast
od large sums of money in the. pur
chase of useless machinery. Re a
Admiral Walker, Preside.it of the
United States Commission when
asked about this at the hearing on
the canal before the Senate conamit
tee, declared it to be his Impression
that it was not so much useless ma
chinery which had been purchased, as
a surplus of useful machinery; Doubt
less the failure of the canal company
had something to do with the nonuse
of the supplies, but it is said by those
acquainted with the work upon the
cannl that it would have been im
possible to utilize at one time all the
machinery taken to the isthmus. In
this item ot machinery millions of
dollars, which were drawn from the
savings of the people of France, have
been sunk, never to be recovered.
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Stock & Bund Brokers
nvestmeat, Insurance & Bonding;
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P. O. Box 34G, HONOLULU.
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Ladies' Oxford Ties
Ludiet' House Slippera .
Babies' Button , '
Men's Patent Leather -Men's
Vici Calf Bals
Men's Congress Calf
Men's White Canvas.
Men's Car Slippers
Boys' Calf Bals
at San Francisco
Y. A. VETLESEN, Proprietor
Boots . Shoes
Kerosene Oil . . CasoIIia
Gold Watches, Silver Watches
Groceries Dry Coeds Clothing
In part as follows:
Everett Classico' Everett Gimrhama
Mercerised Silk Zephyr
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Scotch Zephy r
Embroidered Swiss Dots
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