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n.im..n,1 u u-rt ( 'l..rli Ilrmil t Court. WnlluUu
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" J. Kalnma, ' '
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" Kaboobulunals, " 1
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TO JOIN TWO HAW A11S
BY NEW COUNTY ROAD
Mauna Lna and Mauna Kea.
Was a Favorite Scheme ol Kame
hamehi Fitth Distance Would
be Shortened Trip Could be
Mude in a Day.
The movement to create ono coun-
would be a good tldng for the people
of Hawaii to bo broujjWt In closer
touch with each other and ndvU-ed
the building of tho road, probably, be
cause tho trail at that time was used
Construct Road Between by the bird catchers Bid the n.itivf
fisherman in tukintr o the ca h
to the Kim. In the end, --id the
R. A. LYMAN POINTS WAY. road bo null t. the business tiuo
w.iuld bo largely Increased by !
products of the sheep and cattle sta
tlons being brought hero for ship
meat. The road from Humuula to
Waimea w.ts built for the accommo
dation of the owners- of the station
so that the wool crop could bo taken
- ...a. a. I
ty, instead of two, on this island is f om lh(.ri to Kawa-m!in fl. sis,.nt.
JOj. It hlioulu bo n source of deep regret to Maui, if Senator gro-hur in strength. Even tiie peo- That mt,ttn9 dQljble httn(iUn Hn,nf it
H..P Hild win persists in his expressed intention to retire perma- pie of West Hawaii will favor me wei.H (.nt in to Hilo there would only
nentlv from notive Dolitira. Trim, we have some bright and able uW nrovided thev can be assured k ., n,i ..,! u m,,i, shorter.
young men, but none who possess the broad experience and perfect of betir means of transportation L h,.j,,v,, that successive legislatures
tact of Senator Baldwin, in those matters where the right thing to I (hau thev hlye nQW jt j)aa urett,iy
do is clouded by many uncertainties. It has bucouie proverbial blpn ,,,..0 ti,ilt the distauco be
that when crises in Island affairs have confronted us. it is to Sena- mQ KaMiu n bp siort.
tor Baldwin that the legislatute and the Government authorities .
have of ten been indebted for conservative lines of compromise
which have allayed clashes and tended to promote harmony. Like y
-Cincuinatus Senator Baldwin mav lav aside the toea and turn to the land.
plow, but th chances are that he will again be called to public life. K. A. L,yman sr., than wnom no the aV(.rilK rood on this island.
lone in this vclton of the country is jt js saij tnitt a rough plan of this
better posted lias gugiesttd that a ......j ts rt.itllT nrcpared with a view to
SB It is no less good politics than it is good policy for the ler- roild be bui t b(, W(.cu tiie two moun ,nf.st.nlij, it. to the legislature when
ntonal Kepublican Convention to be held at Hilo this year. tuins conUuuinjf the Kaumuna road lhat ,)t,(ly
convenes. The move
A !:.: , n r t 1 i i 1 r 1 -.ill Utl.. iq I
and tapuing the Humuula Sheep Sta- mpn yM tin backing of the Young
snuld bo prevailed upon to approprl
ate money for the road; material for
I construction can be fouuu ut any place
along the i :-e and 1 i'o not believe
t he cost ot construct ion would be
greater, perhaps not so grcit, as
Ambitious Wail uk u has been sighing for that htnor, still Bilo is
better entitled to it for the reason that she "srjoke first." and for
the further reason that Maui in general and Wailuku in particular
are not entirely covered with glory in the eyes of stanch ruiuibu
Cans on account of our last local election, but it is now reasonably
sure that Maui will go solid republican this fail, and if we redeem
-ourselves at the November election, Wailuku will certainly claim in point for much of the product o'
the convention next year. I the island la oldm times the natives
riic Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under tlm Laws ot
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .170,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
V.Macfarlnne..2nd Vic Presicenr
C. II . Cooke Castile i
F. C. Athcrton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse, E. T). Tenney,
A McCandless, C. II. 'Atherton,
E. V. Bishop.
Tiansact n Goners! Commercial
and Savings Business.
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke President
W. T. Robinson Vice President
C. D. Lufkln Cashier
TVirectors R. A. Wadsworth,
D. C. Lindsay.
A Dollar Saved
Is a Dollar Earned.
No matter hor large,
no matter how small,
bring your saving to
this bank. We will
furnish you with a
pass-book in which
every transaction will
limi und continuing on to Kailuu. By Men's Republican Club, that body
this means an enormous area of land favonng the sinule county idea. Ha-
would be opened up for settlement ,va;j Herald,
ami Hilo would become too distribut
OIL ON OUR ROADS.
Mr. E. Palmer of Lihue Roard
of Hilo would leave here in the morn- Board has been experimenting with
i c -I. a .1... 1. nfr Tr I .i i .... A Kl v hmru1c
Sugar at four cents is the corner-stone of prosperity for the k -u .. u. orue
?7i...- -nH t.V,Hvnf BnanUIMvn hn..rr,Bha ,mRd awav. a lua reaching there by ingot lime. In of 0,1 were applied to the government
steady upward growth now awaits us. It may and should come this way the king was assured of r0lld n the Kapaa Flats between the
slowly, but it will come. 'But solidity in the sugar market is not fresh fi.sh every day in ri.he year when four and live miles post, on July 18th
all we need. Hand in hand with our big industry we should re- the weather would permit the hsher- aiu 19th, and thu dust was removed
double our efforts to develop minor industries, Schemes should meU u, K0 outside. It is suggested from a piece of road where dust was
be devised whereoy lines of passenger steamers should be run totlml lhi!j hame lraii be followed as three inches deep and then an appli-
FACING THE SEA
ONE MINUTC WALK FROM BOAT LANDING
H E ADQU ATERS FOR THE
COOL AiRY ROOMS
SPECIAL RATES BY THE
WEEK OR MONTH
You make no mistake wher you put
up her;?. Sample Room Attached.
Telephone For Use Of Guests
GEORGE F REEL AND, Manager
Hollister Drug Co.
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY off theArticle. .
All first class stores, handle.,
the Islands with materially lower rates, and then renewed energy
snould be devoted to reviving tourist travel. All this is needed
for our full development.
-The Invitation from the Secretary of the Interior through
Acting Governor Atkinson for statements of appropriations con
sidered must necessary for the Islands has met a ready response,
there is an abundance of good water cation of oil was given a stretch 127
along the line at frequent iutervals. feet long and 12 feet wide. Then the
The costof the enterprisa would be Just removed was evenly distributed
considerable but It would be fully 0ver the oiled piece of road, .then
made up by the increased value of 0ne more G-at of oil was applied. The
the lauds. It would mean that Ha oil was put on cold and was readily
waii could offer inducements to set absorbed by the dusty piece of road,
Mani, Hawaii und Oahu have formulated resolutions and petitions tiers to come here from the mainland a well as by a small piece of hard
for about everything in sight, but Kuhio is perhaps right In sug
gesting that our prayers be limited to four or five leading objects.
such as the returning of money spent by the Territory for Fed
eral Government -work, the deepening of Honolulu Harbor, a break
water for Hilo, cure for leprosy and attention to our labor needs.
and take up land. A portion of the road. The hard road to which the oil
land Is adapted to the cultivation of was applied is very little cut up by
cereals and fruits of ull Kinds' and travel, and no dus-t has yet appeared
there are xpots that are suitable for 0.i it, it being as sfnooth and hard as
! cattlemen who may desiro to locate asphalt. This proves that it is not
here and take up the government necessary to put heated oil on the
iEi Maui received an object lesson last week and another this week 1 land that will be thrown open by the road in Qrder that it may be absorbed
on the proposition of raising wheat hay for the market ia tha Ma- construction of the road. Mr. Ly- Stlli, Mr. Palmer believes the best
kawao District. Hay from the coast costs f rom $30 to $40 ti ton, I man .in speaking of the project, said: I manner of application would be to
.consequently fresh', sweet hay raised ou Maui commands a good
-price. Mr. E. H. Bailey of Makawao, taking advantage of this fact
is raising a first class article of wheat hay and shipping it to the
, Wailuku market where it finds ready sale. Other farmers in the
-Makawao aud Kula districts should take advantage of Mr. Bailey's
example, and thus keep much money at home which is now sent to
. the coast for no better hay than can be produced on Maui.
33 No town passing through the tail end of a boom' feels particu
larly proud of itself, and also much leserables a moulting "poul
try' San Francisco, Seattle, and Los Angeles each passed through
like experience, but are each flourishing today. Honolulu and
Hilo are in the doldrums of an exploded boom, and yet for each a
i) righf; future is ahead although some will go down in the struggle,
jbefore the new and solid growth begins. The brave nnd strong'
men of Honolulu and Hilo will survive and live to see their towns
' shortly begin a building up process.
It is all bosh about the territory not having power under tho
organic act to frame a county bill which would authorize the people'
of each county to elect their own Boards of Supervisors, and the
only appointing power reserved to the governor relates solely to
territorial boards. But for all that the opinion is growing steadily
that for some years at least it would be wiser to allow the governor
. to appoint our our Boards of Supervisors, which certainly would be
an improvement on the home rule aggregatiou which collared Maul!
at the last election,
What has become of the 600,000 men which Russia was ra
ported to have mobilized recently for use in Manchuria? If Russia
should succeed in placing any such fores east of Lake Baikal, and
should bring her entire available Baltic .fleet, recruited by Cron
stadt vessels to Manchurian waters, Japan would find new difficul
ties to encounter. Russia has apparently displayed much apathy
so far, but the war will end only with the announcement that Rus
sia has ceased to reinforce of her land and aafal force9 in the far
JQ A correspondent of the News pertinently ask4 why the Is
lands' should not have established at least a free pol br sugar stall j
at the St. Louis- iairi on the lines cf the free coffee service
rendered in connecton with the Brazilian coffee display. To an
swer this question would be to admit thd shameful omissioa of
Hawaii to mnke any display whitever at the St. Louis Fair,
which was a golden chance lost to the Islands.
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"It is a good many years siuce II apply the oil when the road Is hard
httce'beenover the trails and wagon and packed from rain, and allow no
roid along the route of the proposed traffic on the oiled road for throe or
new road. 1 know the plan is feasi- four days.' Applying the oil to dusty
ble a.id that ttie 'distance would be so r0ad is more expensive because it
ln'eipn.d that it would be ;a mere takes' a great deal more oil to lay the
nothing to take the trip from Hilo t and make It pack. As fast as
W.wiu. There are places along more oil can be gotten it w,oe ap.
, ... . ut,. i,i 'plied to our roads, and it Is hoped the
the line where water could be caught r"cu " i
..vi. int wt tanks Acting Govenoi will lend his ears to
, our earnest petitions, as we are worse
so thai mere no.u,uwv.M" ff . d8t thai. any other com
that score. At present there are mijnjty D t,n0 island- Warden Island
stretches of wagon roada for part of
the distance, so that new roads would
not have to be built all of the way.
"There are two routes," said Mr.
Lyman "one by the way of Piihonua
and the other by the way ol Kau-
mana, but I think the latter Is the
best for the other would pass through
a koa forest and the amount of mudl
them ia anmethln? alarming. Of I
course there would be something in
selling the koa by way of compensa
tion. The route by the way of Kau-
mana is almost straight as far as
Kalaieha, aod from that point there
is a wagon road to Walmea. A short I
distance beyond begins what is
known as Umi's trail which runs on
nearly to the Judd road, which goes
from this side of the Ahua Umi Heiau
to Holualoa, The Judd road is a bad
grade and it would rest with the sur
veyors whether It would be followed
or an entirely new road built. There
are stretches along the a-a where a
very comfortable trail has been built
aodover-wbich Mr. Shipman has, I
thank, driven his cattle.
'Kamehameha Fifth wanted a road
built over this course and It would
hi ive been done had it not been for one
of .his mtiiWlers. lie Knew that it1
SMOKE THE NEW
5 CENT CIGAR
"The Coming Smoke for Gentlemen."
time JablQ"3Cahului Slailroad Company
STATIONS A. M. P M. STATIONS . A. M, P. M.
Wailuku Paia Pas. Pas. Freight Fbhoht Freight Pas. Pas. Kahithji--PppnekEF & P F & P
A. M. A. M. A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M. P. M. A. M P. SI.'
Kahulul Leove 7.00 8.43 1 45 2.00 3.45 Kahulul Leave 6.20 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 8.54 12.00 2.12 3.57 Puunene Arrive 6.35 L35
Wailuku Leave 7.20 9.05 12.25 2-30 4.03 Puunene Leave 6.4 1.40
Kahulul Arrive 7.32 9.17 12.40 282 4.15 Kahulul Arrive 6.55j 1.55'
Kahulul Leave 7.35 9.40 ' 2.33 Kahulul Leave 8.00 3.05
Sp'ville Arrive 7.47 9.55 2.47 Puunene Arrive 8.15 36'
Sp'ville Leave 7.50 10.10 2.50 Puunene Leave 8.20 3.25
Paia Arrive 8.02 10.25 3.07 Kahulul Arrive 8.35 3.40
Pala Leave 8.12 10.55 3.12
Sp'villft Arrive 8-24 11.10 3.24
Sp'ville Leave 8.37 U-20 3.28
Kahului Arrive 8.37 11.35 3.38
Kahulul Reiilroetd Company
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