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MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. J. V. Kuluit, Circuit lodge, WuIIuku
W. J. Coelho. Clerk Circuit Oourt. Wnlluku
JuilifB W. A. MoKay Ull. MKiHtrtO, Wnlluku
Ch. Oopp, " " Makawno
" Kabiiulcllo " " Luhalna
" Uunuknu, " ' Honunula
' 1 K. Hnnuna, " ' Hnna
' llimnu, " " Klpnhuln
" McCorrlmon " ' Molokal
" Kaboonalnnala, " ' banal
L. M. llaldwln, Sheild, Walluku
W. P.. Sffnr. Dmiuit Shorifl Walluku
KilKnt Murtoa, " " Mukawuo
K. i'. Hiwe, " ' Lahalna
V. Wlttrock. " ' Uanu
H n Hiu-hooji k " " Molok
Lorl Joseph " " Kipahulu
Cantaln Police. Wal'uku
H. Iwii-na, ' " Makawao
Q. K. Keawehaku, " " Lahalna
H. Z. Kaipo. ' ' Hna
J. H. Wilmington, " Kaliupapa
W. T. Koblnaon. Tax Asauaaor. walluku
IJ. N.K. Koola, Deputy Aasensor Watlulju
UoorgeCopp, " " ,.p?'
O. Hum, ' ' Lahalna
M. U. Ur uter, ' ' Haua
6eedlces Apples at th Fair.
Rev. O. P. Emersnti and wife ar
t Ived on Wednesday's Claudine.
B. R. Banninc was a passenger to
Maui by this week's f'laudine. ,
C. Kaiser of Hyman Bi os was amoni;
ths Maul mercbahts this week.
Mrs. D. H. Case will be a visitor to
Honolulu by this afternoon' Claudine.
Dr. J. H. Raymond left for Hono
lulu by Thursdny night's Muuna Lou.
area of l.inds drained by the Sun;ui 1
rivor la ennullv us nrnductive. Mull
Several bushels of needless apples . . , . . , . d tj w, ,
the world will look to for its supply
of bread stuffs.
troin Colorado are on exhibition at the
World's Fair. This improved seed-ii-ss
apple, like the seedless orange,
is the result of the scientific work of
horticulturists. The appln tree is
blossomless and the fruit is free from
worms and hardy enough to endure
the severest frost. The blossomless
feature of the rew tree is one oi its
most striking peculiarities aud will
make it a favorite with fruit growers.
Mr. W. F. Poguo of Kailua was in especially in cold climates. Already
town on Thursday, returning home on needless apple nurseries have been
A New Jersey Judge has ducidcti
that the lite of a boy is worth ut.i
double that of a girl iu a case just
tried before him for damages for
death. It is possible that may be
good New Jersey law, but it is not
humanity. He says a woman may
become a bread winner, a man must.
Mr. T. B. Lyons leaves thia'ter-
noon lor the at. Ijouis uemocrai'r
Cap. W. E. Bal and Lieutenant
S. Keliinoi of Company I. returned on
the Claudine. ,
W.A. Bailet. former Buyar boiler
At Wailuku come over ou ednes
day's Claudine. N ? vn(, V
Mr. P. L. Meyer, manager
Maul Wine A Liquor Co. returned tt
This editorial; which is intended as a leader, appertains most
.particularly to our friends and brethren at Puunene, Puia and up
..country generally, with side reference to Lahainaand all other out.
lying districts. Wo are to have races on the Fourth of July at
Kahului, not only this year, but every year hereafter, and by vir
tu of that fact, our little city by ttie sea should have the right of
r Vfj on the Fourth. By common consene, other districts should
delect other Holidays, such as June 11 and August 12 for held days.
. Racing ebbed low on Maui, but racing matters have fallen into ew Wailuku by Tuesday night's Kiuau
hands, and a few men m Kahului, Wailuku, Lahainatind uu country
kave again successfully claimed the Fourth cf July fur race day.
( Large purses La ye been offered this year, Hilo has given right f
way to Maui ana most of the best horses in Honolulu will be here.
In order to maintain a nfrh standard in racing matters. Kahului
. and the Maui Racing Association need the hearty cooperation
a of the best and r-traightest men from ihe outside. Consequently
, the News strongly urges tha no events be h?ld in the outside di.-
tricts on Julv 4, but that the Kahului rec-is be given right of way.
Let the plo, tennis, base ball and cricket clubs of up country claim
June 11, and those or Laiiaina claim August 12, or vice versa, with returilPj honw oy iust Saturday's
the fourth of July reserved for Kahului, and theu when events are steamer
lixed for either district, the other districts should abstain from
setting events, thus sriynig everyjone a chance to attend setevents
in the other districts, on a regularly claimed aud established day.
started iu several stales and seedless
apple buds are in great demand. Johu
F.'Siiencer," the producer of the seed
less apple, is experimenting with va
Quite a boom has beeu started for
Speaker Cannon for Vice President,
but the starting of such booms is fash
ionable at these lsmes. There are a
dozen aspirants for second place on
the ni-xt Republican national ticket.
Mr. Betters, who is supervising the
building of the tu-w bank, left for Hon
olulu on Thursday to be away two
Mr. Drake of the U. t. reveuue
service, accompanied oy ins wue,
reached Wailuku yesterday, from Lu
l)r Derby, the Honolulu dentist,
who made a professional trip to Maui
Manchuria under proper develop
ment will become the greatest wheat
producing section of the world. Tle
United States Consul at Muchwaug
says thS 62,i0tXqttare miles of terri
tory druined by the Liao and tribut
aries can almost an oe cultivated, pro
ducing, on an average 30 bushels of
wheu. to nu acre. That quarter al
ready exports 2,000,000 pounds ster
ling wortii of looiihtuffs each year, all
being rui-fd along the line of the
Chinese Eastern railroad
After the departure of the Revenue
culler Thetis forDulcb Harbor short
ly after July 1, no other vessel will
take her place, until a cutter is built
especially adapted for service in
Hawaiian waters. Advertiser.
Asst. Surgeon Rossiter, U. S. N,
arrived yesterday on the Alameda
and reported for duty at the Naval
Station. The new oflicer will be the
A large assistant to Dr. Taylor. Advertiser,
When You Scatter Big Money
Wm. Green, of M. Phillips & Co ,
was on Maui during the early part of
the Week, leaving for Honolulu on
H. E. Hendricks of the Monumen
tal Store & Iron Fence Co. Honolulu,
is making a business Canvass of Maui
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Dunn of
Lahaina drove'bver last Saturday to
attend the luau and fair at the Cath-
Attorney James L. Coke left on
Q$ Two leading ideas should be constantly kept in mind by those
whose task it is to shape the future material -prosperity of Muui
The iirtft is that the sugar industry must be puton h basis of cheap
'production, foy the only solid foundation for sugar culfre is the
aoiuty to prouuuo aim mariiet sugar &s,,ciieapry.on tue islands as
t it can be done tuiy where. This may seem Impossible to some, still
it is not only possible but practicable, and it is only a question of
time until it is done. Subsidiary to this, but of canal imnnrtanr-H
tilliii people generally is the successful developments ox' minor in- Thursday for Honolulu, to be fitted
. duties suitable to our conditions. Because land cultivated to with a big pair of Elk horns to wear
death, has produced oonemic potatoes int K.ula-, which blightea in
rebellion against misuse of the lands, in yy.hi.ch they raised, some Mr. Hudson, deputy postmaster at
' think Maui lands worthless. So they are.if shamefully misused and Kahului left for the coast bo th
Starved. But with pineapples, rubber, vanila beau, sisal and Novadan, and has been succeeded hy
other fit products intelligently cultivated, a future is coming to
Maui well calculated to make some of the mossbacks open their
eyes. v '
Mr. Geo. B. Schrader of Wailuku.
On a Merchant Tailor for
Common-place Clothes, for
what are you paying?
O 0 6
ku, investigating the pineapple in
I Ae u
w? The News snokA rifht. finf. in nmotinrr enmn iccimo I
-"- a-jc, 111 , . t,,,. , ... m
.regard what was claimed to be a trade between Carl Smith of Hilo L T Baiu",n auu
-H'kKa .AmintetMflA. K .-Kl-U - A Li l. . u- Atexanuer wr HuKe.a u
r: u, UJ nu,ullJuuBBSU1uwab to oe given in W Saturday's Claudine fur Honolulu.
nvhf nrVA Trr H r I r f sv HU; M mi I "
.vuuuSO iU1 uC.-Balw au uio vuicagu tonveniion. IMS PUtS tbe HIV. nd,liin rnmlnir. hv Wlna
uiaoi ittiuei uiuuny, uut to u certain extent trutnlully. Uf course day'Claudine
an uuva trauo was not mooteu. out sti II ban ts warn oortu n o
scratched, .Rather an ill smelling fruit sprane from this plant Attorney General Feters and G. D
Firsf. Hawaii ir,t 1ffc In Inaflo-V.t ,li(. j o... Bell, stenographer, who were in at
sons received the appointment as judge. The News stncerel v hopes nde ?T t ll
uu iian.ii "a iwui eiu iium us soreness.ana as sincerely hopes night's Mauua Loa.
4 Via f Do ..crte. 1 0 A ff I. . U n 1 ... 1. . . I & '
luai l nisuua li ucu iui bug oi uiiuB wnicu a pair oi political scis
sors cut out for him, but nevertheless feels extremely doubtful on
Dr. J. H. Raymond, C D. Lufkinof
the Wailuku Bantc and Attorney Gen
eral Peters spent Wednesday at Hal- without 'a Stroke of Paint. STEIN-BLOCEI SMART CLOTHES are neve
But-whatare Finish and i abric without Fit or Style? A Blank Canvas
open to such Loopholes for Criticism. They are made Honestly by Honest
Crattsmen. The Style is wrought into them as they pass Irom skilled hands
to skilled hands, and they leave the tailor shops chiseled and polished in
every hue. In Fabric and Quality they show tho Best Weaves of Two
Continents, and tho patterns are those which the knowledge of the great
Spinning Men have pronounced the most advanced, and they are always
Signed wth this Labej:
Miss BabD of Waiiuku, and Miss
Holden aud Mrs. W. L. Decotaof La
haina leave for Hawaii next Tuesday
to SDend ton days at the Volcano
House and other interesting spots on
As a new industiy for Maui, the proposed rubber plantations the big lslaM
seem to nave a very briglit and promising future. It is no undue
exaggeration to say that at least 25,000 acres on east Maui are
available for rubber culture and with rubber at$l 50 a pound, it is
sure that much of these lands will be utilized. One acre of good
rubber land, with trees five years old is good for 250 pounds of
' rubber, and t ten years old the same acre is good for 500 pounds of
rubber per year. The rubber tree lives a long time and yearly in
creases -its production, and the immense and increasing demand
for rubber will always tax all available lands, and the price will re-
mam Vi i o. Vi Tf vnkha tulfuviA .
-"o " wuuio jiuion a suueoss on east jviaui as is
lureauy practically proven, mere is a wonderful future for that
Assuming that China belongs to the Chinese, and that Japan
oeiongs to tne Japanese, the talk about the "yellow peril" lacks a
true foundation and none save those who hope '6rie dav to sea China
dismembered take much stnHr in it Mm-st. f t. ut t
.will become dangerous, if victorious in the present strufrcle. wall
founded. Japan is progressive and will douotless'soon rank amr,
Tue most enlightened nations of earth. Hut Jaoau will alwavo h
A second rate power, and unable, even with China's aid, to dictate
to any oi tne leading powers who have superior navies. .Taoan nn
11 i . ... :
tuano uwiBBii reupectea, out never reared.
8 The political situation on Maui ls4still a
.;r. milk is beginning to taste, and it has a
-uvor of combination between the democrats and home rulers The
matter will be definitely settled at the home rule convention in
Honolulu in July, ahd all the
a-'- '"""v i Diciueui uil ivittui
ia or tne combination. The position of the r.1d.
servative homerulers on Maui is a waiting one ia which the lead-
wi tne party seenyo share, still it would lake but little to pre
wpuate a uinasime or home rulers into the ranker tV, Aa,r.r..,,i'
! w Mt.iuvVAUViV
Mo McINERNY, Ltd.
P. Qo Box 613 Honolulu
Sfime Hable Statu hi i Slailroad Company
laui kii Association
EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING
4t Spreckefs' Park, Kahului,
Monday, JULY 4th, 1904.
?Races to commence at 10 o'clock
a. m. sharp.
First: RUNNING RACE.
One mile dash, Maui horses only,
Second :T ROTTING AND PACING
TO HARNESS. ,
Mile heats, best two in three; 2:15
class, purse $350.
Third :-JAPANESE RACE.
Half mile dash, free for all, Japan
ese riders only, 1st money $25, 2nd , :
money $12.50, purse $37.50. (yoko- '
Fourth: RUNNING RACE.
Three-eighths mile dash, free for
all, purse $150.
Fifth: MULE RACE.
One mile dash, free for all, purse
Sixth: RUNNING RACE.
Three-fourth mile dash, free for all,
Seventh :-TROTTING AND PACING
-Mile heats, best two in three, free
for all, purse $400.
Eighth: PObO PONY RACE.
Half mile dash, Polo players to ride,
five to enter, five to start, 'prize,
Ninth: PONY RUNNING RACE.
Half mile dash, free for all, 14 bands
and under, purse $G0.
Tenth: RUNNING RACE.
One mile dash, tree for all, pursa
Eleventh: JAPANESE RACE.
One mile dash, free for all, Japan
ese riders only, 1st money $25, 2nd
money $12.50, purse $37.50. (Yoko
Twelf th:-COWBOY RELAY RACE.
One and one-hulf mile dash, horses,
saddles and bridles to be changed
every half mile, purse $50.
All entries are to be maJe with the
Secretary before 12 o'clock on Thurs
day, JuBe 30th, 1904. Entrance ice
to be 10. per cent of the purse unless
All Races are to be run or trotted
under the rules of the California
Jockey Club aud the National Trot
All riders and drivers to appear iu
At least three to enter and two to
All horses am expected, to start
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clock a. m.
on Saturday, July 2.
General adirlssion, 50 cents.
Grand stand, mauka side, $1.00,
inakni side, 50 cents.
Quarter Stretch Badges, $2.50.
Bids for the Refreshment Stand
privilege will be received by the.
Per Order of Executive CommUtee.
D. L. MEYER,
Secretary Maui Racing Association.
STATIONS A. M. P M. STATIONS A.M. P.M.
Wailuku Paia Pas.. Pas. Freight Fueiqiit Fueiqht Pas. Pas. Kahului--Puunene F & P F & p
A. M. A. M. A. M. A. H. V. M. P. M. P. M. A. M. p. M.
Kahului Leave 7.00 8.42 i, 1 45 2.00 3.45 Kahului Leave 6.20 1.20
Wailuku Arrjve 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 G.40 1.40
Kahului Arrive 7.32 9.17 12.40 2.32 4.15 Kahului Arrive 6.55 1.5S
Kahului Leave 7.35 9.40 2.35 Kahului Leave 8.00 3.05
Sp'ville Arrive 7.47 9.55 2.47 Puunene Arrive 8.15 3.20
Sp'ville Leave 7.50 10,10 2.50 Puunene Leave 8.20 3.25
Paia Arrive 8.03 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 3.3H
Henry Waterhouse Trust
Plantation, Banch & 8- aj Estate Agents
Stock & tour! Brokers
green cocoanut, but
strong and pungent
Kahului Railroad Company
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Ltd.;-ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Line of Sailing ! Vessels Between
San Francisco and the Hawaiian Islands; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.;
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO. '
Importers and Dealers In
NORWEST and REDWOOD LUMBEll iu all sizes rough, and surfaced. SASH. DOORS and BLINDS.
ia Cedar and Redwood. CEDAR MOULDINGS and INSIDE FINISHING LUMBKR, also a futl line of
'CORRUGATED IRON, GALVANIZED IROX, ZINC, GALVANISED IRON .PIPE, COAL TAR,
CEMENT, OTLS and PAINTS FENCE WIRE and STAPLER: NA1J 5, PlTtH, OAKUM, Eir. Tac .
QUALIFIED xo Act as
AND IS A'U FlBUCIARV CAPACITIES.
Corner Fort & Merchants Sts.
P. O. Box 346, HONOLULU