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C. L CLEMENT, Bus. Mgr.
ISat-irday October t
MAUI JBLUE: BOOK.
Hon. A , W. Kepotknl, Cir.;utt Judirt), Wmiluxu;
KilmnnO 11. Hurt. Clerk Circuit Court. Wlluku
4Udg W. A. McKty Dint. Mgltrt, WllUu
(!. R Lindsay,
Ksnttotalknal, " .'
L. M. Baldwin, Sheriff,
Edgiw Moijil '"-XT
r. I'.yiose, t :.
T. Wlttrook, " '
H. R. HHchooOB, "
Levi Joseph "
, Captain Polios.
a. K. KeawehaUu, " "
H. Z. Kaipo, " "
J. H. Wilmington, '
W. T. Robinson, Tax Assessor,
J. N. K. Keola, Depot y Alienor.
aeorite Copp, " "
M. H. Reutar, . , " ...
3 The metropolitan newspapers on the Islands as well as on the
mainland are having a vast deal of fun at the expense of little
country panersy'and if oiio u tlu latter happens to "local" the fact
that little Maudio Begoixl dined several of her schoolmates, and
afterwards entertained them with buns, lemonade and parlor ten
ids, the item is liable to be found without comment at the end of a
"'short" column of some ponderous daily. Newspaper matter is
yreai, or small only in perspective, and the country editor who
holds up the glass to tho passing show in his own little world is as
truly prrforminsr woll his mission as is the twelve pages daily with
its routine of trivial telegraphic news, murders, suicides and
crimes ull up and down the scale. The people know what they want
as well-in small isolated communities as in the mad rush and.wb.irl
f metropolitan lfe and it is tho wise editor, in either walk of
life, who truly divines what the people like best to read in the
.pipers for which they subscribe and par. Consequently, as in
'timurd above. M indie really did give the. function mentioned, and
ahe Nkws u not the paper to suppress the facts in the case.
Whi'ii last Sat -M-day's Ne.vs suggested a war as imminent be-.
tvenn Gr.( it Untitin an 1 liussia. it was without knowledge of the
ijsonli Si 1 inuid mil Ti it. tho trend of affair heretofore fully justi-4-.
tii fiiitorial prediction, and the murder of. the inoffensivo
lislierm m vill bo difficult to .satisfactory explain, although several
)'lausih solutions will be offe -td. The truth is that Russia has
$j.'rie!i 1 a li.irri'il ' mid hu liliating surprise in her war with
-. ij'.iii. ami i-.irt oul, eil'aco its icollection by engaging in troublo
1 smvvIi.-iv in easo Japan wins., it. While it may bo that tho sink-
vag of the British fishing sm-io was, an unfortunate blunder, still
another like blunder in .wliioU the battle ship Maine was sunk
caused Sp un tf J.s.j lieji iJeet,:C!uba, Porto Rica and the Philip.
ipines, and, similar vo sits iuo mjra than likely to follow the action
'f the Baltic ttoe. L. : - . ' '
A The wireless message given to the public by-the News las
Saturday morning, relative to the removal of High Sherill Brown
-and Deputy Chillingworth, was not entirely, unexpected on Maul
Wnile it is admitted that both of the men were extremely efficient
-officers in the regular line oi 1 teir duties, still among the inner
circles here, stories were in circulation and charges made which.
'whether true or not, foretold disisler. It is easy to make charges
tiiid often hard to prove them, beoause even in those cases where
'there Is collusion ii is hard work to secure a "squeal" from either
of the guilty parties. Governor Carter, as "Sir Geraint" hall
sacred duty to perform, which is best -told in -Tennyson's epic.'
Our Colored Brother.'
Q It is admitted thatanimmenseamountof rum, wine, brandy and'
whiskey is consumed on the Islands, every drop of whichTis im
ported here, thus causing a constant draiponour money in circula
tion. This being true, it is simply childish folly as well as
ruinous policy to refuse these articles to be manufactured. There
is no doubt but that immense wine vineyards would be planted on
Maui, if the manfacture of wine were allowed. Materials and by
prodncts for the manufacture of rum, brandy and whiskey are!
neglei-ted because manfacture is forbidden. We should either for.
bid the importation of these goods, or follow the example of all
other civilized countries and allow their manufacture hare,
j8( ' A letter recent,!, written for publication in the Advertiser by
a good bahUer.but a t)or farmer, was this weeE shown to the.NEws
man.' This letter deprecates tho bringing of men here from the
-Ciast to engage iii farming, and throws a few fits oyer, the pests
and other difficulties' in the way of small farming. The News
heartily agrees with' tho writer that it would not be wise to induce
a large fanning immigration from the Coast, but differs broadly as'
; to tho inabiliiynf many resideut.s here to takeforty-acres- each of
-s iitabl'j fanuimij laijd an.l jnako a good living even though freights
.are h..g.u. Let the government oiler its good farming land for salo
and nun now stand rmJy to s i,ceesfully cultivate it.
. m y,
1 4- 3
As election djy approaiirs, tlie d ity of every Voter becomes
n re apparent. At one tim., the News urged a coalition of the
intelligent v. ae on M.iui. Tuis aayice was rejected, and disaster
ifollowel. The N.ljws n ..v as earnestly and unselfishly, without
regird to party iolitii;s. udviius every one to vote the republican
ticlut siraig.it, because if the territory goes home rule this year,
or ever ugain. we will have a repetition of the disgraceful muddle
from svhicu the republican party is just. now extricating us. Vote
straight republican. ,.;
ft The lease on f.,ur thousand acres of fine, tillable land ia. the
.Malcawao District expires on January I, 1905, and if- the govern
ment favors I'.isiering minor industries, an excellent opportunity
will be o.fr iv I to locale one hundred families on tracts of forty
;acres eau. T.ii.s siemi too gol :t chanca to lose, and petitions are
bein circulated, beside appeals being made personally toGovernor
Carter, to throw this land open to settlers.. The News waits with
a sui.ie, to see what is going to be done about it.
Tlie time I rst when the only
cart'iT in lift otx-n to a netrro were
to pick cotton, make up berths in a
Pullman car, or wait rn a table. T'e
tufly of the ii"jf !( population of the
United StaU'f rwently published by
the Census Bureau ilisclosfs some
facts that ahow very clearly that
thi colored race 1 steadily develop
ing a comulete focliil induitrial tyn-
tern of its own. There is hardly any
branch of Industry in which negroes
are unrepresented, and that state
ment includes the women as well as
A lartfe city could be formed with
out a single white man ia it, and yet
lack fir i.o trade or profession.
There are 21,208 netfm teachers and
collet" professrirs In the United
States, and 13,5:10 clergymen. The
negroes could ti nance a railroad
ihrought their eighty-two bankers
and brokers. lav it out with their
120 civil engineers and surveyors,'
condemn the right-of-way with their
728 lawyers, make the mils with
their 12,327 iron and steel workers.
build tho mad with their 545,980
laborers, construct its telejruph
system with th-ir 18.) electricians
and their 52!) linemen, and operate
it with their 'QuJ'i" railway employ
Colored people comphdn that they
have to sit in the gallery in wliUe
theatres, but their 2043 actors and
showmeu mmht irive them lhetrt a
of their own in which they could oc
cupy th.j bo.es in solitary uraudeur.
Thev have iifty-two inchitects, de
signers and draftsmen, 2W artist
and teachers ofart, li34 pliy-steuuis
, fli.t .i m 4.......
nnfl lirge.iii-. ii ueiMi.ii, -iv J....,-,
ti;ilii. 0121 hium. ians mid li'iK-le-rs
of r:uhiv. ed t.Jut-4.v-ii. vtttrr
anil ocleu title l"teii.s. Tlie'colomiJ
'laby can be Sutrndueeil to ine world
oy i-egri physicians and nurses, in-
htru Vd iu every accon iilishment Ity
uero tuacli.-rs, supplied witli every
requisite of life by negro merchants,
housed by negro builders, and burled
by a negro nudertaker.
Thrre are negro Uwkeepc is and
accuuutants,' clerks and copyists,
commercial travelers, ..merchants,
salesmen, stenographers and tele
graph operators. Negioes are In
every mann.d trade carpenters,
masons, painters, paperhangers,
plasterers, plumbers, eteam-fitter?,
chemical , woi kers. marble cutteiy,
glass-workers, tlshsrmen, bakers,
butches, confectioners, millers, shoe
makers,, tanners, watchmakers, gold
and slivet smiths, bookbinders, en
gravers, printers, jailors, engineer?,
photographers, glovemakers every
t,h!n . that statisticians think it
worth while to count. And th curl
dt s thing is that in whatever line a
negro man is at work there also U a
nsgro woman. Th-only occupation
which the colored woman have al
lowed their men folk to monopolize
are those of the. architect, the banker
and broker, th.i te'.egra ph ' a il tele
phone lineman,-the boilermaker, trie
t,runkmaker and the patternmaker.
You can hire si negro civil engineeress
dr an eleeti-icieune. There are 104
cjoiorcd.clerg.i. wimien, 2bi black ac-
tress tsv.nd ij-n Afro-American le
male laiyvois, . ue .negro women
works as, a nmfer,. anoiher as a
pMumb'rtt and fni;i v-five of them are
llliekoHil.ths, i.on und steel workers
iuxt mat. vwisirfv .Three a ve wholesale
ini8rji) i;e.tai nierehantji.. Others are
jnlrnauRts, liiera-y persons, artist.
u'icsiciiiiis, govurnuieiit omcials and
practilio ierof aa infinite variety of
.okilled.and unskilled trxdes.
In mauy respeels th colored popu
latiou bear a marked reseinlilance
t'n n l'jiirppeuii peasant, y. Takev for
iiistiiueo, the extensive employment
of- v. mien, iu agricolo, re. 'Nearly
ti.)0,"0ll negro woi i ad girls 'al-
inusi us lOiliiy ik Ml.- milliner 111 eh
.Other occiipa'io'is.foiiiuiiieil --are en
gaged in farming, liver-hulf a mil
lion of thoin are empl .ytd as farfu
laborers, outtiuuiiieriiig the white
wom.-n three to one.
Adovp are sliown twodefeotsof the
eye which call for glasses. These two
conditions combine to priduce other
defects and many symptoms.
Were it not for nerve and muscle
forces of the eye, every man might se
lect Ids own glasses; but with these
ever In evldei.ee, the man who at
tempt to (It hU own eyesor the eyes
i-f others, should have an intimate
knowledge of this delicate organ.
Our knowledge of the anatomical
ey, and many years' pructical ex
perience in the lilting of passes, i.
at your service.
A. N. SANFORD,
Ik.klcr. r.ulltiini;, llonolul.
Over May A Co.
i n n u i
I icorixM-ated Owler th. fkws of
the RimOlk' of Hawaii.
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V. C. Jones Vice-Presidein
C. If. Cooke Cashier
C. Ilustace.. Assistant Cashier
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Millions of McCall's Patterns
Sold Annually, without Complaint.
These Patterns are The Most Perfect, The . Moit
Practical, The'Most Stylish and The Most Economical -of
any produced in any country, and the directions on '
each envebpsj shoin how to make the garhient up,
are printed so plainly that the most inexperienced need
not fear a failure, ii the directions are followed.
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Maui is in tearsf while Oahu. Hawaii and Kauai are feastins
o i e0 . srninont pie. Wo have s -u our appropriatiou for Kahului
u:id L iliainu harbors and an 'ppr )riatioa for a courthousoat VTai-( negro can "noiut with pridu" l.en
lultu vanish iu thin uir. wh.le MeGreeror Landing-, the Iao rond. ho is accused of p-eferring tlie mid-
your inclination to spend money
cut down uncessary expenditures
-ijiid deposit your surplus iu a saving
1 count in this bank. 4 per rent
i(iter'-8t on savings accounts as
little as one dwilur opens one here.
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! : WAILIKU.
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In .Wliiteaud Fancy, from r'teip grades to lliies! in Rile,
Pluin and Twisted Straws
In si7.es from 2x'J to HxH fei-t. Nothing found which wll!
ji'W equal service for same money. Red.-, Browns. Greens
and Bhif s. '-'''':
Plain straw Is' the cheaper grade, and T.vUud the better.
In size from 2x4 to J2xl2 feoV' -Ulue and White, also Solid
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K A HUE, US STORE
pjfeTri i TUTORS
jime ddhleKdhului ffiailrdayi Compdiif,
N -groes oper.ile ab jt. oneei-. ht
of all the farm 4 iii, the Unit"'l Stales,
which l rather more than ll.eir
prnp.irtion of i'ih pouhiti"ii. Uut,
of c )orse, th -ir sl.ae ''f the ncrea'.'e
and viilue of the l,nel is m ioh sma'l
er only 4.6 oer ee'it i' tin- former
and 2 7 iier-ee it. 'f tie 'lii tier. In
South Carofi u," Misissiipi and
Louisiana more than h .If of'ull ti e
farms are workivl by negroes. '" "'
These are figures to whii-h the
street improvements in Waiiuku, the jail and fire department
buildings are tied up in J itinif.ely. Maui has ,traited patiently ut.
tli.putieaci loi,casel ta.be ikvirlu. i A
Drght chicken anil the surreptitiou.-.
watermelon to the joys of labor.
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