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OUtsWluOl liupt.'l. Klf-'ll JOIM- riHH. utikL
j- williiu hu'.il ' ii.iuii'iitiul li ilvHlred.
t B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop.
MRS. G. B. HOBERTSON, Bus. Mgr.
' Saturday June.
. Father Julien of the Catholic Mission voiced n largo, sizsd
: Irutht when, during the four.se of a brief closing udttress delivered
. d the coniiUfiicfitK'Tit o-temsbs itt St, Anthony's School I lie .. her
i tljy. Ite.StaUjJ. Vr.i 'be (io of n.Pciwv.l fc.J the children alteud'uig
! Ifcdqofc-iL.iii.tbj.1 Ifeit dc-pend on the . M3 ur omguiiicenco. of the
school buiii.i;. l!ut the reverend father stopped on shaky ground
when he anded thai, ns children of his school had boon requested
to attend the i.ca public school up town, when linished. he should
feel at liberty to induce the public .school children lo attend St.
f Anthony. It is to be hoped I hat there will he n generous rivalry
. ' between the I wo schools, as to which will achieve the higher re
sults in the education of mind and character. i5y thi.s criterion
alona parents should be influenced in the selection oi :i school for
their children. T hojelmoi that achieves lh;M! t vn results in the
highest decree is thy best school, and m appeal for support on
...i i i . , . . ...
ouier oi lower grounus s'iotiiu
the best for their children.
; llie political luht -which
, .csovem-ber s election is stdl en velopjud in nibt, owiie' to hick of
' Present; lriowled'ge as to what will be done in th. matter coin-
bination between' the democrats and noire rulers. The plan of cain-
tign,' so far as the republicans are concerned, is already laid out,
i ii Cleiin right oli clear cut issues is promised. If the democrats
put up one ticket and the llome rulers au)tiier it lmvuis mi assured
ticory for the republicans. If the democrats and home rulers
J unite under the riauie of democrats with necessarily now issues, it
I leaves a weak spot in their armor, of which the republicans curl
i take material advantage." If the democrats fail to fuse with the
j-. home rulers, and do not put up t ticket the home rulers have &
J chance to win again on Maui, and may the good Lord deliver us
from such a mischance.
I fK'' While the News can see a curtain f yjture for the rubber, pine
f apples and banana industries on Maui, yet a word of caution is need
: ed for those who desire to embark in these industries. First it
I Will not do to rely on paper figures as to what the actual results will
f be. Nothing but years of patient experiment will prove the . real
; value of such investments. Second, any hope of immediate re
j turns should held in abeyance.and years, if necessary should te de
i voted to careful experiments as to soil, climate, varieties of fruit
planted and conditions surrounding any proposed ne vv . industry,
; There is much danger of failure in new enterprises by undue haste
in attempts to secure quick returns The enterprise which is built
; up from the beginning on careful and 'intelligent experiments is
the only one which has a sound and enduring base:
f5 The Nes has long and almost vidnlv urged the land holders of
Maui to plant more fruit trees, and the Improvemeno Association
should join hands in the fight. This week several baskets of lus
cious peaches and grapes were seen on our streets, and inquiiy
developed the fact that only one or two persons in the whole of Iao
Valley have had enterprise enough to plaut peach trees and grape
Vines. The same is true of oranges, a high grade of which are
m vfauuau ana can ne seen Irom the street in front of the
" News office any day. Yet the whole number of orauge trees in the
whole of Wailuku does not probably exceed'one dozen, even if there
are so many. Let the Improvement Association take up the matter
r and encourage fruit culture in our home yards.
7'. Nothing can be more certain at present, so far as things poli
tical can be regarded as certain, than that Roosevelt' will be the
hext president of the United States, and that the republicans will
have a majority in the next Senate and House. For this reason,
Hawaii is to be congratulated on the personnel of the men who re
presented Hawaii in the Chic igo Convention. New ties have been
knit between congress and the Territory, and while a duty on
foreign coffee may not be obtained, still there is much which will be
had for the asking at the hands of the next congress, to the mate
rial benefit of the Islands.
2? ' Ex Attorneys Humphrey and Davis have been the storm cen
ters of some strenuous local history inHonolulu.andeach has chosen
his particular method of meeting the brunt of the battle. But now
looking at the matter from any point of view, the time seems to"
have arrived when leniency and justice appear synonymous, and a
verdict from our new supreme court restoring both of the gentle
men to the f ulPright to practice as attorney s and counsellors at law
before all Territorial courts would meet with general approval.
& The proposition of a commodious' and sanitary fish ' and veg
etable market in Wailuku, with stalls to rent at reasonably low rates
is being investigated, and the police and health departments stand
ready to do their part in promoting and protecting private enter
prise in this direction; The day for the promiscuous sale of fish
and vegetables on our sidewalks should soon pass away For
twelve or fifteen hundred dollars an ample building could be erect
ed which would pay a fair Interest on the investment;
Six new incorporated enterprises have within the last th-ee
years been inaugurated on Maui, all of which pay good and steady
dividend, better and more reliable even than sugar. It is this
class of minor industries which tend to build up Maui, and her
MAUI BLUE BOOK
flon. J. W. Kulim, rircuit lurtgo, Walluxu
u, .1 r.H.ih,i i 'i. rit i it .. n..n..i...
Juclne W. a.'Mi-Khj hist. Myt. urate, Wnlluku
" Kal-aulfllu " "
" Kunuknii, "
" J. K. Hannna, "
" lMiuiAnt,, M
" MoUorrihton " '
" K&Uoolmlanalu, " '
L. It. Baldwin, SlicHfl,
W. I-:. Military, LUputy Shrnfi
KdKiir Morton, " "
It. i'. H.nw, " '
V. Wliirock. "
). K. lllti'hcoe.k " '
Li-vj Juioph " "
H. lwlctin, ' "
U. K. Knawj-fctOm, ' "
H. '. Kiiipit. "
J. H. Wiliuiiu-,toii, "
V. T. KoitfDMiti, To.i A8u'H'r.
J. ff. K. Kt'olit, Deputy Assun'or
Uoors'.' (Xipp, j'" "
m. a. i:t ut ?r, "
nave weigh'- vipu lhtt.se wii desire
is to be fougnt on'' Maui at next
WORLD'S FAIR NEWS-NOTES.
An olive tree containing 1,000 in
candescent electric lights is a part
an olive oil display in the Agriculture
building e,t the World's Fuir.
Two hundred and seventy fivr
students of Princeton Unh entity will
visit the "World's Fair In a body during
the latter part of May
A Urge number of the famous old
box trees, trimmed to the sbii.ne of
animals, birds and other queer forms,
hold a place in the garden surround
,1ns the British builcllu at the World's
Fair. The tree are valuable, as it
takes from ten to twelve yenrs to
s, A native orchest ra of 1(5 pieces dis
courses sweet. music ..in tlie Visayan
village of the Philippine reservation
at the V'oiidV Fair.. ,A number of
tho players are composers as well aim
have written several compositions.
' " One hundred painting v Indiana
artis'snic hung in the i.ndlana, build-
in: at the Wnrld Fair, j Tqe, paint
ings are ail typical of Hoosier life.- A
character, study of larce dimensions
by T. C. Steele, entitled ''The Com
mittee." cepiitsth. delltieratinn of
three numbers of a country school
hoard, who a-o (?oep hi Uruiuent.
The largest wine cask everiiiatlels
eNhitii'rt n the Agriculture ttuildinv
nl li.o the World's Fuir. It U 171
fei't. in ciiameter and ltd feet leiiji(
and wltt. hold 14,000 gallons. If. is
made entirely'tif oak'Troin 'Mississippi,
Ki iitucky artl Tennpssee. The'luves
of the cask are five inches thick Ex
perienccd coopers were brought heie
from ' Nancy, Frauce, lo construct
Holland's art Exhibit oVcupteK nine
rooms iiiid tWO nnle-'rOoms iii the Art
Talnc'e at the World's Fair. 'Among
the famous painting shown are Is
real's "The Scribe," William Mans,
"Cows in Pasture",Mesdag's "Cloudy
Day at- Sea," Theophile de Dock's
"Autumn Colors," B. J Bloomer's
"Departure of the Fisherman," ard
Breitner's ''Winter Scene in Amster
A startling duel artistic effect is
produced in the manner of labeling
the diffent varieties cf apples in the
Horticulture Building at the World's
Fair.- For example, the words "The
Spy" appear oa the cheeks of the ap
ples of that variety in a dainty yel
low tint. This was produced while
the fruits was on the tree, and before
it began to color the fruit grower
cut from the paper the tetters and
pasted them on the appe. The sun
brought out the coloi' on every- part
.,,.,.,. . , - :,,
of the apple, that was not shaded by
A 1 beautiful Albino deer, accom
panied by an ordinary buck and doe,
a group of bears, nine porcupides end
three badgrsare partof Minnesota's
exhibit in the Palace of Forestry,
Fish and Game. The mother bear
is in a bee tree, while- the younp
bears'are waiting on the ground for
the honey. A cumber of other mount-
id animals owned bv the State
Geological and Natural History So
ciety arc iu this collection.
The great military band, known as
La Bande fie la Garde Republicaine
of Paris and as tne finest bas.d in
Slime 5ableZKahuiui Slailroad Company
ICiahului Railroad Company
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN Ltd. ;-ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Line of Sailing W Between
Sari Francisco and the Hawaiian Islands; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO -
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Importers and Dealers In
NORWEST and IlEDWO()D LUMBER in all sizes-rough and Surfaced SASH DOOI& ahU ftTTKnc
i, Cedar and Redwood, j CEDAR MdULDINGS and INSIDE PWbTiINUMJS
FraDce, i? coming to America to
lOnw At Mm Wiirld'K Fair. It A'lll
t J - -
play io concerts along tho route from
New York to St. Louis.
The World's Fair will be repres
ented bv manv of the ureiitest battels
of tne World's irreulest natio 8 and
- w -- - - - - - r-
visitor will have such a variety of
music as was never in any city
The Jelly Factory.
The baby industry in tliissictlonof fereiit sorts made at the factory it is
the country Is the preserving of reany difficult to say which is the
guaVast pineapple mangoes, papal- mosMrJsirable. Mrs. Arnold super
iis, thimble berries and other tropical jntends the rrtnttufaeture of everv
fruits. Back of the Hilo liaitrdad car thing In the factory j hef reputation
shops the Tropical Fruit and Pack- a n j,.y niaker extends from one end
jng Company has installed a plani nf the Territory to the other and her
that is accredit to the town. . recipes are admitted by all good
,:, Mrs. .Arnold, .from, wbosa recipes housewives' to'b'e the best. Herman
the produc'.,of .the factory J made, K0 ch'u'tney has been' fn demand for
evidently-. beliavea iu . cleajdiness for years; in'on rfulu' andf a's the recipe
there ore .few. private- .kitchens .s is ortjjinat with her she guards it care
erman as me piaceover wrucii sne prer
boilirg the guavas and another ln subsides it is the intention oT the com
which the mangoes are prepared for pany to put upcasesof assorted jellies
the famous chutney. Then there is
an obiui"' copper tank from which the
jars are tilled.
The compauy has such demands up-
When You Scatter Big Money
1VTUM- ' r i !
Mfcfcvf : I
But what are Finish and Faoric without Fit or Style? A Blank Casvtis
without a StroKd of Paiut. STEIN-BLOCH SMART CLOTHES are never
open to such Loopholes for Criticism. They are made Hdnest!yy Honest
Mjraitsmen. rne csty e is wrought nto tnem as tnev pass irom sifiiiea nanas
, , .,, . , , , , . 1 n j . v. j
.,06'a"e-' hands, and they leave the tailor shops chiseled and polished in
Coutinents, and the patterns are those which the knowledge of the great
Spinning Men 'have pronounced the most advanced, and they are always
Signed with this Label:
( . i
M McINERNY, Ltd.
P. O. Box 613 . Honolulu
pn it for the various kind of jellies
cnA IK., rliffixoltn In rrot.l.intr it hiirmlv
I1JL UlllJ. - -rr-,,
0f bottles is bo great that they are
now shipping Fomo varieties in bulk
to De bottled on arrival ot the coast,
A hnrtUiiarilu rialimnna -ioliw is that
A ft UU I l'l-lOUI T W V I IVIV WW I- 'i w
tr4 ttiimhli.hprrv Ana
something else which given it a flavor
whjch puts it on a par, or a little
above, the lovely jelly made from the
guavas. To be used with wild game
.the thimbleberry jelly will oe round
, tni-ant -inlt.f Ct tVlAfllf.
is expected that there will be a large
local demand for these cases. Hawaii
l On a Merchant Tailor for
j common-place t-,iotnes, tor
what are you paying?
FOR STYLE? ,
FOR FINISH? -POSSIBLE.
STATIONS A.M. P.M.
Pas. Kaiuilci--Pounene F & P F & P
M. A. M. P. il.
3.45 Kahului Leave 6.20 1.20
3:57 Puuuene Arrive 6.35 1.35
4.03 Puunene Leave 6.40 1.40
,413 Kahului Arrive 6.55. 1.55
Kahului Leave 8.00 3.05
Puunene Arrive 8.15 3.20
! Puunene Leave 8.20 3.23
kahului Arrive 8.35 3.40
'-'i j. ..c;
EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING
At Spreckels' Park, Kahului,
Monday, JULY 4th, 19041
IQTRaces to commence at 10 o'clock
A. H. sharp.
First: RUNNING RACE.
One mile dash, Maul horses ouly,
SecondTROTTING AND PACING
Mile heats, best two in three; ,2: 1 5
class, purse $350.
Thirds POL.O PONYRACEi
Half mile dash,' for dulyqualified'
i Polo' ponies, owners" up; Owners'
must be members of some Polo As-
soclat'on; five to outer, five to
start,' prii.-, $75 Cup.
Four lb -RUNNING RACE.
Tbren-efif d'tWrf trtile .Uth', free for
all, purse $15il.
Fifth: MULE RACE.
One mile dush, free for all, purse
Sixth. RUNNING RACE. .
Tbree-fourth mile dash, free for all,
Seventh -TROTTING AND PACING
Mile heats, best two in three, free
' for all, purse $400.
, Half mile dash, free for all, Japan
I ' ese riders only, 1st money $25, 2nd
money $12.50, purse $37.50. (Yoko
hama barred.) ,
Ninth: PONY RUNNING RACE.
Half mile dash, free for all, 14 hapds,
and under, purse $60. .
Tenth: RUNNING RACE.
- !t JI L a 1
. uuo uuic uaaii nuc, iw aut yui oj
j $150. '
Eleventh JAPANESE RACE.
- One mile dash, free for 'all,' Japan-'
ese riders only, 1st monsy $25, 2nd
mohey $12.50, purse $37.50. (Yoko
Twelfth :-COWBOY RELAY RACE.. .
One and one-half mile dush, 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, JUDe duth, iyuj. Entrance tee
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 and the National Trot
ting' Association. .
mi uuGia uuu uiivcio 1.U uL'trui ill-
At least three' to enter and two to
start. '. All horses are 'expected "to start '
nnlpcs wtt.hrlrAwh hv 9 KVlnnlr. a i
on Saturday, July 2. "
General admission, 59 cents;
Grand stand, mauka side. $1.00.
makal side, 50 cents.
Quarter Stretch Badges, $2.50.
Bids for the Refreshment Stand
privilege will be received by the-
PerDrder of Executive Committee.'
D. L. MEYER,
secretary .lam racing Association.
Henry Waterhcuse TrustCo
Plantation, Banch & Keal Estate Agtats
Stock & Bond Brokers
Investment, Insurance i & Bonding
Qualified to Aiir'Ait
and in all Fiduciary capacities '