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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, APRIL J, 1905
B MEDAL AWARDED
Dearborn Methods of locating Boiler Waters and Dearborn Vegetable Feed
Water Treatment at the World's Fair, St. Louis.
This award was made from results obtained in keeping a battery of 3,000 horse-power water-tube boilers absolutely
free from scale and corrosion during the six months' run of the World's Fair Power Plant.
Are YOU vising DEARB011N VEGETABLE FEED-WATER TREAT
MENT in your boilers? If not send gallon sample of water for analysis.
Write for Booklet "M" on Reed-Water Treatment.
DEARBORN DRUG AND CHEMICAL WORKS
WM. II. EDGAR, President. ROBT. F. CARR, Vict-Pres, and Gen. Mr. VM. B. McVICKBR, 2d VIco Pres. nd Cast. Mgr. CliAS. M. EDDY, See. and Treas.
NEW YORK, 120 Liberty Street.
Philadelphia, The Bourse.
Detroit, Majestic Building.
Denver, Boston Building.
Boston, Oliver Building.
WALL l KU,
The EViost Popufo? H;t3i o a
the Island. .
I.Ali-.K, CO ,, AIRY ROOMS AND
MAKE THIS HOTEL THE
SPECIAL RATES TO
Conveyanco or Horacs for llithci Maleakala or
the Picturesque Iao Valley
MKS. M. CAKXKGIK,
MAUI 80DA AND ICE WORKS, LIMITED.
Fresh Frozen Oysters.
Telephone Orders Receive
Atlanta, Prudential Building.
Salt Lake City, Dooly Block.
Pittsburg, House Building.
St. Louis, Security Building.
LEADING RUSOUT FOli
PARTIES BY THE
CLEAR, COLD, CRYSTAL 1 SFL1S,IER
. u Ginger Ale, Chocolate Cream,
DcliA'cved at Your Door. Plain Soda and Root Beer,
License Laws as Introduced.
The new liquor bill which was in
troduced in the House of Representa
tives is a measure which will be de
serving of careful study. It consists
of fifty nine sections and suggests
several radical changes in the exist
ing laws. The bill was introduced
in the House of Representatives by
Representative Holstein but it is an
administration bill and as such it will
undoubtedly be considered.
After notice, the rules were sus
pended and the bill was read a first
time by title.
Among the more important mat
ters dealt with is the definition of the
"Sunday" is defined as being the
time betweeu 12 o'clock Saturday
night to C o'clock the succeeding
The manufacture ot intoxicating
liquors other than wine for a term
of 10 years, will require a license of
$1000 per anium.
For the manufacture of wine from
grapes a license of $5 a year will be
For selling of liquors in quantities
of not less than five gallons in bulk
will be $500 and the same fee will be
charged on retail licenses.
For selling liquor ic sealed original
packages of less than five gallons
(shop license) an annual license of
$100 will be imposed.
Then the new bill takes up the
matter of licenses, seals, applications
for licenses and such matters.
A special provision is made to pro
hibit the issuance of licenses of the
fifth class, that for selling liquor in
sealed original packages, within the
1 District of Kona, Oahu.
2 Within a circle having its cen
ter on the U. S. Poslofliee, Hilo, and
a radius of three miles.
3 Within a circle having its cen
The 16 years experience of our Manager enables us to
producp superior goods. We use absolutely pure extracts.
San Francisco. 115 Davis Street.
Buffalo, Kllicott Square Building.
Kansas City, New York Life Building.
Los Angeles, 307 X. Los Angeles Street.
ter on the U. S. l'ostollict' ai Wai
luku, Maui, and havinnf a radius of
4 Within a circle having us cen
ter on the U. S. J'ostoffiee at La
haina, Island of Maui, and having a
radius of four miles.
The qualifications for licenses run
"No license shall be issued to any
person less than twenty-one years of
age; nor to a person whose license
has been revoked; nor to a person
who has been convicted of violating
any of the provisions of this Act, or
against whom a civil judgement has
Conditions regarding forfeitures,
revocation, refunds and transfers are
reproduced at length, as are the
provisions for enforcement of regula
tions. No license shall be issued under
this Act, to a person conducting a
house of ill-fame, or a gambling place
of any kind, or a house or place re
puted to be either; nor to a person
who has twice been found guilty of
drunkenness m any court or by auy
Distrist Magistrate in this Territory;
nor to any person who fails to furnish
a bond satisfactory to the Treasurer
of the Territory, as hereinafter pro
vided; nor to any person who, in the
opinion of the Treasurer or Gov eruor,
is for any reason other than those
above specified, unfit to receive such
The form of licences having been
dealt with bonds are fixed at $1000
for third and fourth class licenses,
$250 for fifth class licenses.
Illicit sale is dealt with rigidly to
protect licensees and adulteration
of intoxicants if proven carries with
it a penalty of not less than $600 fine
and a revocation of license.
Penalties for tampering with sam
ples and misrepresenting age are
CHICAGO, 27-34 Rfolto Building.
Cincinnati, Union Trust Building. '
St. Paul. 1237 Lincoln Avenue.
HONOLULU, 42 Emma Street,
Edward C. Brown. Manager.
Then follows t his Huiim':
"Any person ivtn purch isrs ii.toxi
eating, liquor from uny unlicensed
person, or from a licensee enninry
to tho conditions of his license or the
provisions of the Act, shall on con
viction thereof be fined nt more than
One Thousard Dollars $1,000)"
Penalties for different infringe
ments of law are provided and the
old law regarding the interdiction of
habitual drunkards is reim posed.
An "habitual drunkard" is one who
has been found guilty twice of being
intoxicated and the law provides:
"It shall bo the duty of every Juge
and DistrictMagistrate before whom
a person is found guilty of being in
toxicated, to immediately notify the
Treasurer of the Territory in writing
of the names and residences of the
persons so found guilty, and it shall
thereupon be the duty of said Treas
urer to likewise notify all licensees."
Wonders of Wireless
Some of the latest wonders of
"wireless" are described by Eugene
R. Lyle, Jr., in the February
World's Work. He says: An in
ventor is in tho field with a wireless
telephone. Another with a sub
marine wireless telephone. A
Frenchman declares that he has a
telautograph which by wireless re
produces handwriting. Airships
will of course wish to communicate
with one another.
Indeed, the most astounding pros
pect of all is that suggested by
Nikola Tesla-for Tesla proposes the
use of wireless in transmitting
energy. A central plant, according
to Tesla's plan would generate power
and send it out to customers via the
An ocean liner would need no
boilers, no engines, no dynamo, no
coal. Steam, heat, light, would all
come to it from the land. A lone
ranriiiinm i.i Arizona might set up
a ; K-lwt-receiver and le.iru the
latot in-ws. A'iHiwis nf Mich little
receivers mihi oc Ojinratisl from a
siuici central blaliou. E.en the
mantel clock in a country home
might tick in unison with every other
clock in the- world, all responding to
the same wireless imule.
Evidently Standard Oil is sadly
deficient when it comes to quieting
troubled waters. -The Detroit Free
Men may lose their usefulness after
forty, but Mrs. Chadwick did not
find them so. -The Baltimore Ameri
can. The infant heir to the Russian
throne has the grippe. Probably
caught what his papa lost. -The New
The Denver Republican declares
that Colorado must have more
people. Evidently that or less
votes.-The Philadelphia Press.
The charge of cowardice against
General Stoessel is disproved by the
fact that he has returned to Russia.
-The Washington Post.
Russian students say that it is
impossible to study under such con
ditions. It seems that the time has
came to recite.-The Detroit Free
If Professor Osier really thinks a
man is no good after he is sixty, he
might try to beat Uncle Russell
Sage on a stock deal.-TheNew York
Says President Hardley of Yale:
"The country wants more President
Roosevelts." Yes, but one at a
time, doctor; one at a time. -The
It may pay those Kansans to read
up on how the Standard Oil Com
pany was driven out of Pesnsylvania
about a quarter of a century ago.
The Washington Post.