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G. B. ROBERTSON. Ed.' and Prop.
C. B. R03ERTS0N, Bus. Mgr.
j Tho moaning of the Fourth of July us a national holiday is uf
rourse obscure iu the minds of those who could not, if asked, tell
why Americans delight to honor that day, and there are many
Huwiliati 'Americans in this class. Hot the true meauing of the
Fourth of July, as woll as the true id eaninjr of Americanism will
linally malic itself felt. There is a general desire among Hawaiiaus
to sea the Islands doveloped ulong traditional American lines. Now
the k:'.y note of Americanism is the right of self government, joined
with tha abillity for self government. The conscious knowledge in
any man's mind that he is the equal of all other men so far as his
political rights and duties are concerned, is a source of strength
and growth. As arms are strengthened by the burdens they bear,
so men are developed by ihe responsibility of self government,
and whan time comes that the votas of tha masses control Hawaii
nei, the Fourth of July and Americanism will be well understood.
3t Soma week's since, the News in its locul column jestingly allu
ded to Peacock & Co.'s Japanese wholesale liquor store on Markei
Stroet. At that time it was generally believed that Pencock & Co.
wer behind the new enterprise, as its entire stock was furnished
by Peacock & Co. The News has learned authoritatively however
that us a matter of fact Peacock & Co. have nothiug to do with tho
new tinn.and did not even kuow that a'license was to be granted to
Japanese, but merely sold m open market to tho Japanese. The!
object of this editorial is to cor.ect the impression that Peacock &
Cc. are backlog the Japanese firm, and to right any wrong which
the News may hav unsvittingly done to Peacock & Co.
' Father Julien claims that the News did not fairly report him
it is editorial of last week. He states that all he meant to say was
that if pupils who are in attendance :.t St Anthony's School are re
quested to attend the puulic school, he will feel at liberty at use his
influence to keep them at St Anthony's but that he never meant to
go outside and request the pupils of the public school generally to
attend St. Anthony's. The News is sorry to have misconstrued his
meaning. It is a delicate subject to discuss anyway, and the only
point which the News v isned to make was that the work done at
each school should be its chief recommendation to parencs and pupils
$j Tiie fearful nature of modern engines of war, both by sea and
IrHid, is Receiving an apt demonstration at the hands of the Japan
esfsand Russians, both of whom are proving themselves desperate
lighters. Hereafter, no war can last very long between any two
great i owers, owing to the fearful loss of life, and the tremendous
Expense of supply 'nidderu means of war. But one step further
need be taken to render war unendurably destructive and that is
the successful use of air ships or dirigible balloons, which can
carry huge masses of dynamite and drop them on the snips, army
or city to Ve destroyed. And that final step is said to be not far off.
U No one will claim that country teachers throughout the Islands
.are overpaid, and the recent cut in their salaries is an almost un
.supportable hardship. It is to be hoped that conditions will soon
be improved so that the teachers may again receive at least their
'former salaries. This must be done,' even if it becomes necessary
to increase the tax rate, otherwise many of our best country teach
ers well be compelled to leave the schoolroom and seek more lucra
tive employment, in to order live. The News, admitting a present
stringency.has keptquiet.out it is absolutely necessary to restore
teachers' salaries as soon as it can possibly be done.
$ Ring the curfew. Nothing is more demoralizing to young boys
than to have them roaming around the streets of Wailuku at night ,
Every night noisy, groups of them may be seen on every prominent
street corner. It is in tha first place the duty of parents to keop
their boys off the streets at night. Where they fail to do
Sheriff Baldwin would do a wise and good thing to instruct the po
lice to keep the boys off the streets after eight o'clock. Ring the
curfew bell at eighi o'clock, and then every boy who is found on the
street witbqrjt gqod causa should be rounded up by the police.
Now comes pepper. Everybody on Maul knows that pepp'cy is
Indigenous to our soil, but so far its commercial possibilities have
-' been neglected. Good pepper is
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puunu, uuu uicio ta niwajra a Jjuul UJlilKet 101' 11. 1 HQ pepper
plant, once set out, lives indefinitely with but a small amount of
moisture. Fifteen hundred healthy plants will grow per acre, and
will yeild at least two pounds of
tion.or other labor save harvesting the crop. This opens up a new
industry ror Maul,
12? Roo-ievelt and Fairbanks,
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Americanism, and as it is sure beyond leasonable doubt that thev
will be elected, the republicans
on thtir cuoica ol a presidential
The conviction of Kumulae and Johnson followed by a sent ence
of one year on the reef ia a move In the right direction. Tiiero has
been too much grafting indulged in by parasites of the legislature,
stud if 4L? whip should swing again, it is easy to guess whcfr.o hack
M AUI BLUE BOOK.
Hon. J. Y f. Kutu, Circuit ludfto, Wullmtk
W. J. Ooe I ho. Clerk Ctroult Court. Wnlluku
Judge W. A. MoKay Dint. Mugmr.to, Wulluku
i.ni is. uipp, Mak.w.u
" Kl t-uluilo " " Lttkmiia
" Ku uku, ' HodukuIb
" J. It.H.oun-, " linn
" Pii tn-ni ' ' Ktp.huln
" Mc OorrlKlon " " Molok.i
" Ki booblnl, Lan.l
L. M. B Wwln, 8hrllT, Wailuku
W. If. S KTnrj, Dputj Sberift Wniluku
F.dtfnr M ortoa, " " Mukivw
R. i .30 to, " L-liluu
V. Willi vck, " H.Dt.
H. K. Hi leheoc.k " Molnkal
Lot I Jos iph " " Kljpvttulu
O-ptaln I"oHoe Wai'uku
H. IwIpo tt, ' " Mitkuwao
. K. K weliku, " L.tiaina
H. a. Ka i,n. " ' Mum,
J. H. Wi lmington, Kalup.ps.
W.T. Rtlosou,T Assessor, wailuku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Aimaaor Wailuku
Goor Sopp, g" " pl
. luni i, Labalna
KL II. F outer, H.u
worth from ten to eighteen cents
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pepper per year, without cultii a
the nominees of ihe republicans
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mguesi pnase or in-ogressi ve
are to be complimented in advance
WORLD'S FAIR NBWS-NOTE8.
A now kind of wnll i-ntt'h winch t un
be washed Mthbul Injuring the-color-inx,
Is bt'ing produced in a live rxhi
it in tlic Germun st'ction of Hit
Pulce of Literal Arts at the World's
A colored map of the American con
tinent, drawn by Willium Dlueuw t
Amsterdam in 1643 is a feature of Si
Louis University's exhibit in the
Juluee of Education ut the World's
Fair. The border of the nmp i
ornamented with colored drawings
of American Iudiuns, which ore ex
A photoiuh made with npiteeur
ire containing radium, through the
pnque shutter of a photoplate hold,
r is the interestiiitt result of un ex-
penment made at the Utah tat
Uuildlug at the World's Fair, by S.
I. Whiiaker, Direclorneneral of tin-
Tho German section of the Palace
if Liberal Arts at the World's Fair
is hung with large banners of pule
blu? bunting, each decorated with it
Urgneairle. rontvspntir.tr the nsitlimnl
mblem of tho country. The banf eo
may be seen Irom all parts of ihe
building and enable visitors to find the
section easily from a.iV of the en
The Palace of Damascus, an edifice
so old that its builder, its occupants.
tnd its history are lost In the obseur
ity of the past, is being rc erected at
the World's Fair. The structure
which Was brought ir. sections from
Syria, will stand on the north terrace
1Q front of the Administration hullil.
ing, symetrically with ltaiys pavilion.
The largest talking machine in the
world is on exhibition in the Palace of
Liberal Arts at the World's Fair.
It is an exact duplicate of the
Graphaphone which was Sjld to the
Shah of Persia and is constructed to
operate with several cylinders at the
same time, so that different parts of
a son? or other musical selection may
be. produced simultaneously witt
much greater volume and harmony
than with the ordinary graphaphone.
A beautiful banner of silk and go'.d
exquisitely embroidered will be pre
sented to the City of St.. Louis on
Italian Day, by the Italian Commis
sion to the World's Fair. The banner
in six feet square. Both hides are
embroidered alike, the design re
presenting Columbia and Italy clasp
ing hands beneath the beautifully
worked coat-of arms of the Italian
Government. The gift is suit! to have
cost $1200. The dale of its present
ation, October 12, is the anniversary
of the discovery of America by Colum
Incubators for artifically batching
eggs and bringing young chicks into
life are common, but baby Incubators
for aiding the frail and imperfectly
formed infant to live ami develop is
something new. A baby incubator
fully equipped and nurturing rew
born iufants, is one of the attractions
at the World's Fair. Visitors are
shown the babies in the incubator and
instructed in the methods adopted to
bring these frail specimens of human
ity into health life.
Sfime fjable3(aliului Slailroad Company
... STATIONS A. M. P M. STATIONS A.M. P.M.
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Wailcuc Paia Pas. Pas. FasraiiT Fiieioht Fheioht Pas. Pas. Kaiiulci-Pdvkkke F & P F & P
A.M. A.M. - A. IS. ' A. W. P. M. V. M. P. M. A. M. P. M.
Kahului Leave 7.00 8.42 l 45 2.00 3.45 Kahului Leave 6.20 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 8.54 12.00 2.12 &57 Puunene Arrive 6.35 1.35
I Wailuku Leave 7.20 9.05 12.25 2.20 4.03 Puunene Leavo 6.40 1.40
Kahului Arrive 7.32 0.17 12.40 2 32 4.15 Kahului Arrive 6.55 1.55
Kahului Leave '7.35 9.40 2.35 Kahului Leavo 8.00 3.05
Sp'ville Arrive 7.47 9.55 2.47 Puunene Arrive 8.15 3.20
Sp'ville Leave 7.50 I 10.10 2.50 Puunene Leave 8.20 3.25
Paia Arrive 8.02 I 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 i
Sp'ville Leave 8.27 11.20 3.28
Kahului Arrive 8.37 1L35 3.3H
Kahtalui. Rallroaci Company
ALEXAMTEU & BALDWIN, Ltb.j ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Liuo of Sailing Vessels Between
San Francisco and the Hawaiian Islauds; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.;--
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Importer and Dealers In
NORWEST and REDWOOD LUMBER in all sizes rough and surfaced. SASH. DOORS and BT.TVns
in Cedar and Redwood. CEDAR
CORRUGATED IRO-X, GALVANIZED IRON, ZINC, GALVANIZED IRON PIPE, COAL TAR .
CKMfcWT. OILS ft HXMTH IfKNClfi WIUJC STAPLIOii HAILS, V1TCH. OAUUM, Ejo. '
Beavcrrt In Monttinu.
tbkjhfiiVri- In hot shy where hf ts
not hunted .tnd i.rquires c onfidence in.
a friendly watcher S'-oncr than any
other animal I know. St rangers or
unusual clothes on a person to whom
they have beeoirn accustomed alarm
them, th'Uigli, l;ke dogs, tl.ey can ap
parently Identify an ncqiiahiMiicc by
The beaver's sense of uncll is very,
acute, for he is abh to sci-n! a man
200 yards away, and his t-yesight is
also most keen, but he seems to be dull
of hearing when at 'vork, and I have
often walked to within a f-w foot of
one'while he cutting wood. How
ever, their method of warning each
other of danger is by slapping or
"smothering" the water wiih the
long, flat tail which is NoriinrucK'ris
tic a feature of th animal and which
not nnl.i- he! ps him in swim r.iii'. but is
used lor carrying mu;!. If a large
anjmnl aopuars at a pUiv where
beavers want to work or feed the
latter wlil often "smother" Ihe water
continually, one after mint lier joining
in. till tut intruder is scared away.
I have had a thorough weding at
night while watching pond through
the splashing made by this tricU.
I saw my first bearers in th? Mus
gnl shell river t Montana. At first
When You Scatter Big Money
But what are Finish and r abric without Fit or Style? - A Blank Canvas
without a Stroke of Paint. STEIN-BLOCH SMART CLOTHES are never
open to such Loopholes for Criticism. They are made Honestly by Honest
Crattsmen. The Style is wrought into
to skilled hands, and they leave the
every line. In Fabric and Quality ihey show the Best Weaves of Two
Continents, and the patterns are thoso which the knowledge of the great
Spinning Men have pronounced the racjt advanced, and they are always
Signed vOith this Label:
Me McINERNY, Ltd.
P. O. Box 613 Honolulu
MOULDINGS and INSIDE FINISHING LUMBER, also a full line of
they dived whenever they became S
awnreof my presence, but after r.bout
three niiiiiili lln-y paid no attention
when tiiis scented mw, rtnd In six
months they would swim around or cut
bushes within a few feet of me. in
fact, they repeatedly stoie my fishing
poles rut from green williows ui-til I
learned to use dry ones. Country
Life In Americu.
The error of . i minute, the sorrow
of a lifetime.
After having tasted bitterness one
heroines a man.
it is more ditlictilt to keep a fort
une than to make one.
The life of an old m il, is !i!;e a light
ed candle In a draft.
Ii is easier to Hn J a thousand re
cruits than one general.
The capital and tiie fireside have
each their own attractions.
Before we can sympathize with oth
ers we must have suffered ourselves.
Do not be slaves to your children.
They will have their happiness later.
The wise man shnpes h'n.iself ac
cording to circumstances, as water
takes the shape of the vesel into
which it is poured.
On a Merchant Tailor for
Common-place Clothes, for
what afe you paying?
them ai they pass Irom skilled hands
tailor shops chiseled and polished in
Maui Hating Association
EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING
. At Spreckek' Park, Kahului,
Monday, JULY 4th, 1904.
SfRaces to commence at 10 o'clock
A. u. sharp.
First: RUNNING RACE.
One mile dash, Maui horses only,'
Second: TROTTING AND PACING
Mile heats, best, two in three; 2:15
class, purse 1350.
Third: POuO PONY RAG IS.
Half mile dash, for disqualified
Polo ponies, owners up. Owners.
must be members of .sum.'? Polo As-
sociat'on; five to enter, five to
start, prize, $75 Cup.
Fourth: RUNNING RACE.
Three-eighths mile dayh, free for
all, purse $150.
One mile dash, free for all, purse
Sixth: RUNNING RACE.
Three-fourth mile dash, free for all,
Seventh:-TROTTING AND PACING
Mila heats, best two in three, free
for all, purse $400.
Eighth: JAPANESE RACE.
Half mile dash, free for all, Japan
ese riders only, 1st money $25, 2nd
money $12.50, purse $37.50. (Yoko
Ninth: PONY RUNNING RACE.
Half mile dash, free for all, 14 hands
and uuder, purse $60.
Tenth: RUNNING RACE.
One mile dash, tree for all, pursa
Eleventh: JAPANESE RACE.
One mile dash, free for all, Japan
ese riders only, 1st monay $25, 2nd
money $12.50, purse $37.50. (Yoko
T weif th:-COWBOY RELAY RACE.
One and one-half mile dash, horses,. '
saddles and bridles to be changed;
every half mile, purse $50.
All entries are. to be made with the
Secretary oefore 12 o'clock on Thurs
day, Judc 30th, 1904. Entrance ice
to be 10 per cent of the purse unless
All Races are to bo run or trotted
under the rules of the California
Jockey Club and the National Trot
All riders and drivers to appear in
At least three to enter and two to
All horses are expected to start
unless witnurawn oy o ciocu a. ji.
oil Saturday, July 2.
General admission, 50 cents.
Grand stand, roauka side, $1.00,
inakui side, ,50 cents.
Quarter Stretch Badges, $2.50.
Bids for the Refreshment Stand
privilege will be received by the
Per Order of Executive Committee.
D. L. MEYER,
Secretary Maui Racing Association.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co
Plantation, Bancb & Real Estate Ageats
Stock & Bond Brokers
Investment, Insurance & Bonding
Qualified to Act a '
ANDIS AU, FlDPCIART CAPACITIES
Corner Fort& Merchants Sts.
P. O. Iter 8t6, UOKOLVLV