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; While in the past there has perhaps been in Honolulu soma in
tutiou. to "knock" the proposition of wending tourists to Maui
; Hawaii, still that day is rabidly passing, and due credit should
iccordod to the efforts of many of thoso in Honolulu, who are i n -sted
in tourist travel, for their efforts to induce visitors to in
ile Maui and Hawaii in tneir itineracy. But so long as Hilo has
, I ntel, and Maui has no mountain house at the crater, and no road
avaumu iv Lisa uoiruio in uui uuuai
and Hawaii do their part in making ready to receive tourists and
then will bo time enough to upbraid Honolulu for not sending them
JQj The mission of E. M. Boyd, Secretary of the Hawaiian Pro
"motion Committee, to the Coast is one fraught w;th big possibili
ties. The result was of his trip nviy result in transferring the
"bulk of the work of his Committee into tne heart of the euamy's
country with a mere ministerial branch left in tne Young Building
office. The work of the Committee has so far been good in its.
way, but the time has now come to assume a mora aggressive t
titude in the matter. It is now time for Mahomet to go to the
mountain if we wish to reap the fruits that we have sown in the
matter of tourist travel.
Thn pendulum of hard times in Honolulu has swung to its limit
--and is now quivering with vibrations toward the good time coming.
But it is ;t new time, with new men and new ideas for the kamaai
nas. Those who try to hold on to the old methods and ideals will
lielp to compose the wreckage. The neat, cheap restaurant is sup
planting1 cumbersome hotels. Small business houses that aresatis
Hed with more business and smaller profits are cutting into the
different lines of the big agency stores, and Honolulu is fastbecom
nag a natty, up to date little American city.
fJi As tin; News recently suggested, there was not a singha ap
propriation for Maui which was adequate for the purpose intend
'ed, and some of them were skimped down to two-thirds or one
hitlf nf tiio sum really needed. As an illustration, plans for a
'modest jul uiid fire department building combined were prepared,
und yet the lowest bid was some thousands above the amount ap
propriated. Rather than add the amount needed, an effort will be
ruade to pure down a $12,000 ouiiding to an $3,000 appropriation
.md shuck up something for Maui.
If there is one place in our body politic where the party
machine should not prove all-powerful, it is in the school depart
ment , because if one thing more than another will tend to demor
alize our schools, that thing would be to subject the tenure of our
ood teachers to the whims of party tactics and the shafts of pri
vate "pull." In this matter every community should firmly re
solve to stand together for good teachers, regardless of politics
or private prejudice. Maui and Hawaii have each recently had a
" ;i good object lesson on this subject.
The political fight is now pratically won for the republicans
. a all the islands except Maui, and Maui will win out too, unless in-
rrnal kicking oversets the pail of milk. It is conceded that Del
egate Kuhio has a walkover on Maui this year, and if the Maui
district Convention lays aside personal feelings and puts up some
of our strong men. Maui may safely be counted as on a republican
district this fall, even in the face of a coalition of the democrats
gild home rulers under the leadership of either Iaukea or Notley.
X3l Wifjj the desperate attack now being made on Port Arthur
and the successful land campaign being made by the Japanese,
- Jlussia is soon to be compelled tq acknowledge that the little brown
: pen have defeated her avaricious ambitions in the Far East, just
:. as Great Britain has checked her in ttie South, This will not final
: y terminate the s.trugs'le between, the S,Iay and his neighbors how
ever, because in $he future, as in the pa,st; history will from time
fo time show a blqody chapter of Russia's wars for expansion.
ft A Etroner sentiment is eraiainsr ground anions' thn Hh
i n'foughout all the Jslands to turn
' faulters, no matter what their natural abilities are, and the man
; whose suffix is "aihue," id a dead
' Jay in the fact that he was known
l pip.al weakness lies in the fact that
r Cole:tC;r of (fee Port at Hilo.
I J, ThQ Bourbcmism. of some of
- musing to outsiders than disastrous to themselves. As long as
' they stand pat fop 50 per cent profit and upward, just so long will
occur what recently happened in Honolulu, when out of 400 bags
; of mail arriving from the coast, at least 200 bags were tilled with
nail order goods of all kinds.
g No one should have allowed
! the Territorial Convention at Hilo,
' attend and assist in the work of
from Maui should make it a point
. Llilo, and it is to be hoped that Oahu aud Kauai will do as well,
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A . V. Krpnllml, Circuit ludgo, Wlluu
Kilmnnri H. Hurt. (Jlerk Circuit Court. Walluku
Judge W. A. McKay Ulst. MiMtlmraie, Walluku
" Chii. Copp, ' " Mukitwtto
" Knh'iulcllo " " Lahnlna
" KunukRU, " ' Honmiula
" J. Kaluma, " ' tlaaa
" J-llniuul " mpanuin
" McC'orrlKton " ' Molokm
" KahoohalttDAla, " ' Lnnal
L. M. Ualdwln, Sheriff, Walluku
V. E. PfttTery, Deputy Shcrin Walluku
KdRar Morton " " Makawao
K. i Hose. " ' Lahalou
F. Wlttrock, ' Hid
H. K. Httchoock, " ' Molokul
Levi Joseph " " Klpahulu
Captain Police Wal'uku
H. Iwlnna, " " Makawao
U. K. Keawctaaku, " " lahalna
H. ?.. Kaipo. " ' nana
J. H. Wilmington, ' ' Kalaupapa
W. T. Koblnson, Ttx Ansusaor, walluku
J. N. K. Knola, Deputy Asaemor Walluku
Uuooje Copp, " " Pl
G. liunn, ' 11 Lahaina
M. II. Keutor, " H.ua
bam uuoumauiiicn, a- i a icu itcmu i i
down grafters and known dej
one, Much of Wilcox strength
to be honest, and Nat ley's prin
he was known to have been
the Honolulu retail men is no less
his name to be used as delegate to
who is not willing to personally
the convention. Every delegate
of honor to answer to roll call at
Another Day of Sport Established
By The Puunene Athletic
CLEAN 6CORT THE SLOGAN
Will invte Talent from the Isl
ands to Participate for
Lust Friday Aug. 12 ai given up to
r'k-ltl Sports ut Kahului nU .vunlivld
under the auspices III tne Puuiifiitr
As curly us eight o'clock people
I I ruin ull pans of .Maui oegui lo as
...mhi .A lull nV.l.M.lr flllllf
thousand people .md congregated to
wutcb the contests of speed uuU mus
Tim tirsl event catctiiug lue tfrruo
e pi with tne pit; us u prize was
won by Joe iVlerJeiros.
The g reused poie proved to tie tun
thoroughly g reused for even tbe uile
c do its of the contestants so tin
pu-se was liividfd, eucitoue i cct-iviug
uu equal porton.
Tne I'uj ot War contest prored to
oe u very interesting event and va
uiiiilly w.iii by the Puuneuo team in
lb iriuutes. Jfuuuene xol u slight
udvuniuge iu the sturi, wuich was
never regained by the Kabuluis. The
fair admireres in the ruud stuuu
lustily cheered their favorite teams
and were us quick to see any slight
udvautage as the teams the mselves.
Three rousing cheers und u tiger leu
oy Manager H. P. Baldwin were
given the winners.
Jackson, Vasconcelles and Medeiros
pulled down the three prizes for the
Jackson and Meyers, Joe Medeiros
and Vasconcelles, Kahuwela und
Smith, were the winning contestants
for the three iegged race and were
awarded the prizes iu the order
The base ball game which should
have been hotly contested, prove to
be one sided, the Puunenes failing to
score in the nine innings while the
Stars piled up twenty two runs. It
was an understood agreement a
mongst the Star players to shut out
the Puunenes if possible, whioh they
did, although iu one inning the Punne
ne had an opportunity to break the
string of goose eggs, but were not
equal to tbe emergency.
An even five feet was the mark
reached by Joe Pa in the high jump.
Eight were entered for this event but
as the marker kept rising they drop
ped out one by one, until only Joe Pa,
Frank Silva and Dan Pokipala were
left. If there were any favorites the
honor were nossibly between Silva
Edtfar Morton of Makawao carried
off the honors by throwing the 16 lb.
shot thirty five feet, three inche,
William Morris was a closed second,
bis distance bring thirty three feet,
The high jump did not tax the
agility of P4, as an all around athlete,
as he fairly flew away from the other
six starters in the 150 yards dash and
crossed the line Tor drst place in 18
second. Morris finished second and
Charley Kerr third.
Thn days sport came to an end with
niestling by Japanese.
A more perfect day for field sports
could not have been asked for, and it
was intimated that the weather clerk
had been approached. If next years
events are of the same high standard
of excellence, tbe Puunene Athletic
Association can feel themselves justly
proud as the originators of clean out
The various officials of the day are
to be congratulated on the manner in
which they performed their duties is
there was not a bitch in the entire
program, and good natured rivalry
wi giMnted ikreugUout,
Elixir of Life l Found.
New York, Julv 24, A n.Mo to tl c
Journal from Lfnuhin savs: Profess"-
E.J. Kibblpwhite who In M.
external appearmH-eevi r indu-nUmi
Ot IlilVilljJ solved lit i ;l.l. purl of the
problem which vexed Twice de Li oil.
has evolveu n.Uipmy th;,t 'lm-hil
acetic acid inuy be rcL'itrde.l us a
specific U(j ii iiisi old mi-. In ilist-ussini.'
his theory he snv-s:
"It- has been noticed lli.it aninii.ls
remarkable for tlieir lomevil v have a
facility for reneiviiu: at intervals thcr
skin or sln-11 or 'ther poi tinn- of I Ii. ir
fi-nine in wni.-h ttu wnste of the tuwly
becomes Hccnuur. i t"'l After it cer
tain ue the liU-iMii bi'K n pimrenil y
fails in its fuiictt n of rpmovinij the
dead waste oi jmiiK' matter token into
the body. The-" Mdhwinnces uccn
mulate in m h q -ih m i . i.-s; il:at they
cannot tie disn.isi- : of. u. nl' o? diiiury
uttemits to rem ve itn-ni lnil.
"Six'ern yeurs ;ix-o. ;iiT a .md
deal of j,r- vioui- inquiry, 1 look Ui ttie
Use of glacial uceli :. '; ' a . a lut.ai..-
Of disSC'l Villi the tief.fl WilMeout. of the
Skill. I fnUnd il .iel.-ii illU;;jrn'lv. I
used ihree pin l- ( Jcid to one .ii
w at'-r, anil .topli -d t'nc ift-ia Tn lion
after a hot. ;, ! h r retii'iii nt
nielli. I rub-n-il mv rmilii vi 'rou-!!
ilh acid f !' ten ini.nii.e and luen ain
into lied dit'iip. I found in my msi
and iu that oi oilier ti.:.ii th is trial
men l cured iiii,'. uno o.niis'ne'l all
ache- and p:du- f fi i m
Honolulu, Ant'. 16. --The stenniei
Flelene will sail on the Ci imline's
usual run to M.mi ports tiii- after
iKMin at 5 o'clock. Toe ('l.mdine broke
off one of tier p'0iel:- lilades on
her lust trip lo Maui and will b
laid up this week in o iler that u new
ilade can l)iS put in tie place ot
the one which has lo.t .Slie is ex
prcted to be ready to ui hack on le r
old run at the u.-ual 'nne next week.
The S. Likelikr tn.ide a special
trip to Katitilui tnis week. She
brought 75 tons of cul iiikI took the
polo ponies 1 1 Honolulu.
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