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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1 905
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered Rt the Tost Office at Waihiku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
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- JUNK 24, 15)05
High School If Hilo is entitled to a High School surely Wai
ProspeCts luku, the County seat of Maui, is entitled to
one. This is ft matter' which remains with the parents to sny
whether or not Maui shall have a high school grade. Instill
into your children the desire of a higher education than is now
taught on the island and the advanced grade will be established.
Would it not be profitable to have your children enjoy tho same
advantages of higher education right on your own island than be
forced to be separated by sending them to Honolulu. Alatau T.
Atkinson, late Superintendent of Public Instruction said, in a
letter, at the layiug of tho corner stone at the Wailuku school,
May 21 1903:
"Tho Department's aim will be to expand
this building into a high school. It will not
bo a high school at the outset, but it is the
intention to have certain high schools classes
' and certain commercial work. This will
make a beginning. We had to make the same
beginning in Honolulu," where Port school
was the inception of the present high school.
A few high school classes expanded until we
have now special teachers for special studies.
In Hilo the saino plan is being carried out.
A high school class has been started, which
will develop into a genuine high school. At
Lihue wo shall follow similar plans. You
have one advantage. You worked for and
obtained a suitable building, which will be a
lasting pride to you.
"One can look forward to the time when
this building will be insufficient for your
. needs, when wings will have to be added,
when special teachers will have to be engaged
for your special studies, and when you will
vie in scholarship with the High School of
Honolulu. It may not come in my time, but
it will come, of that I feel sure. That during
niv administration the work will bo initiated
is an matter of satisfaction to me. That
Maui men have been instrumental in bring- ,
ing about the possibility of carrying this out
must be a matter of pride to you,, I
A Change That the voters of the islands, at least those in
of Heart Hie County of Maui, have had ti change of poli
tical heart is evidenced by the couuly election just, passed. At the
first county election, held November 3, 1903, the Home Rule
ticket made a clean sweep of the county. The largest majority of
any one candidate at that time was L. It. Crook over W. A. McKay
for auditor, the majority being 223.
Less than two years later 't another county election the tide
has turned and tho Republican party not only mace a clean sweep
of the same offices, but elected seventeen out of nineteen district
oflicers, and would have made good in these two offices, but for
the knifing of ex-republicana who, on account of non-recognition by
the party, deliberately broke away, and with malice aforethought,
assisted by heelers in whose heart there is no such thing as grati .
tude, and endorsed by the Fusion ticket, tried to raise dissension
in the ranks by the republican voters and hoped (blindly) to have
themselves . elected. The largest majority at the election just
passed was that for the ollice of County Auditor. Charles Wilcox's
(Republican) majority over D. Kahaulelio (Fusion) was 430. while
the majority won by the Fusionist s in the two district offices in the
one diarrict was the mere twelve for Supervisor and an infinites!
mal nine for deputy sheriff. In all other districts but the Wailuku
district, which has always been a hotbed of Home Ruleism, the
republican ticket won out easily.
At Sprcckcls Pork.
" The rush to the other islands for sum
mer vacations is setting in now and for
some weelis all outgoing steamers will
be crowded." Star.
Maui has the best climate of any of the islands, the most attractive
natural beauty spots and the best hostelries. Those who are seek
ing a change from the stuffy hot days and nights of Honolulu can
find n no more fit system ouilding locality in which to spend a few
weeks than on Maui. Wrhile other islands may have a more varied
assortment of temperatures; to find 0119 so generally agreeable for
brain aud body fatigue as Maui is not to be had in the group.
-' The voters who scratched the straight ticket and voted a
split ticket know that they are responsible individually and col
lectively for the defeat of the two republican nominees in the Wai
luku precinct. If there is any such thing as sober after thought
and regret, these voters now know what party feality in every
and all instances means.
Man's ingratitude to man was exemplified during the campaign
just closed, by the actions of individuals who in the past have had
the educational ad vantages which wealth can bestow, by getting
out and knifing the benefactor.
For the next week and for the next
two Sundays there will be some good
hard workouts occuring at the track.
The last week prior to the eventful day
is always devoted to giving the horses
the hard work for wind and speed. The
last two Sundays there have been some
very spirited brushes which have been
as excitedly run and as much enthusias
iam shown by those present as though
the race was really for b'ood.
This year's race meet will be the best
that has taken place at Spreckels Park
for some years. The local horses are, or
will be, in fine form and should with
good weather conditions show a speed
that may lower the track records. The
track itself is in swell condition aud with
no heavy weather to undo what has been
done, will be fast.
The Executive Committee of the Maul
Racing Association are exerting them
selves to see that everything will be "up
to the scratch" and races run that will be
worth talking about. The Honolulu
horses will have to get out a"go some" if
they want to take back any purses.
The Kahului Tennis Court was ablaze
with Chinese and Japanese lanterns, flags
of all nations and incadesent lights last
Saturday evening to receive their friends
in the opening of the court. With a full
moon to throw grandeur on the scene,
residents of Wailuku, Puunene, Kihei,
Makawao, Paia and Spreckelsville to the
number of over one hundred enjoyed a
genuine fairyland outing until long to
A spacious tongue and groove, waxed
platform was erected on the court, the
court itself covered with tarpaulins, and
in one corner a grass hut lighted up with
electric lights served as an attractive
booth for refreshments. The Masons of
Maui attended the opening in a body
during the evening. There is some talk
of the Tennis Club giving these informal
A Deserving Charity.
Mr. Y. Igarashi, Superintendent of the
Ho-IIi. Orphan Asylum of Gifu, Japan,
with a branch at Tokyo, arrived on
Wednesday, after thoroughly going over
Oahu and Hawaii.
The Nohi Orphan Asylum is one of the
most notable and widely known charities
of the Japanese Empire. Eleven years
ago the great earthquake at Gifu and
Nagoya together with the disastrous fire
which followed it left a large number of
orphans with no one to care for them.
The war with Russia has not only de
prived these waifs of many who formerly
contributed to their support, but has made
many more orphans. The pitiable con
dition of these waifs so moved Mr. Igar
ashi's heart that he determined to open
his home to them. Little by little out
side friends became interested in what
this christian believer was doing and the
undertaking grew until now the asylum
is known throughout Japan and has
drawn to its support A large nuuiber
of the foremost christians in the country.
Stress of war however has cut off much
of the inco-jie of late and Mr. Igarashi
has been forced to seek help abroad.
He comes to Maui backed by subscrip
tions from all nationalites of the islands,
aud the leading merchants and mission
aries regardless of denominational con
nection, aud is vouched for by Rev. O.
H. Gulick, Rev. Doreuius Scudder and
Rev. J. W. Wadman.
Illmat Have Walk Over.
Let the blame for the defeat of the republican district officers
rest where it belongs. The returns speak " louder than words."
There should be some " reading out of party" doings at the
first meeting of the County Republican Committee.
The political 6un of some of the ex-party men has 6et forever.
Lahuina, Sunday June 18. The League
game played betwwen the Iliinas and
the Venus, resulted in favor of the
Score by innings.
12 3 4
Ihtnas a 8 s 2
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THK SECOND CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OP HA WAII.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of
Manoel Pereira Pico, late of Kaupa
kulua, Maui, deceased.
Order for Notice of Hearing Petition
for Probate of Will.
A document purporting to be the
Last Will and Testament of Manoel
Pereira Pico, deceased, having on
the 13th day of June, A. D. 1905,
been presented to said Probate
Court, and a Petition for the Pro
bate thereof, and for the Issuance of
Letters Testamentary to Joan a P,
Pico, hav'ng been filed by Joana P.
It is hereby ordered that Monday,
the 24th dav of July, A. D. 1905, at
10 o'clock A M. of said day, at the
Court room of said Court, at Wailuku,
Island of Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
be and the same hereby is appointed
the time and place for proving said
Will and hearing said application.
It is further ordered, that notice
thereof be given, by publication, once
a week for three successive weeks, in
the" Maui News," a newspaper pub
lished in Wailuku, Island of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, the last publica
tion to be not less than ten days pre
vious to the time therein appointed
Dated at Wailuku, this 13th day
of June, 1905.
Uy the Court :
(Seal) EDMUND II. HART,
June 17, 24, July 1, 8.
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where it is not only not pleased to be
robbed, but almost indignant about it.
The Detroit Free Press.
If there were a free press in Warsaw it
would certainly contain some amazed
comments on this week's news from
Chicago. The Providence Journal.
Virginia Republicans says that they
are going to elect a governor this fall.
This must mean that they are going to
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On June 25th, 1905 CORPUS CHRISTI DAY, the Kahului Railroad will run Passenger trains as follows:
Stations 1 2 3 4 5 To Kihei To Wailuku Tc Kihei To Kahalui
A.M. A.M. P.M. .P.M. P.M. 12 3 4
Leave Kahului 7.00 A.M. A.M. P.M.
Arrive Wailuku 7.12 Arrive Camp 3, Kihei 7.30 7.30
Leave " 7.15 10.00 1.00 3.00 5,15 Leave " 7.35 5.10 5 10
Arrive Kahului 7.27 10.12 1.12 3.15 5.30 Arrive Kihei '7 45
Leave " 7.30 10.15 1.15 3.30 Leave " 7.50 4.45
Arrive Spreckelsville 7.42 10.27 1.27 3.45 Arrive Camp 6 8,10
Leave " 7.45. 10.30 1.30 3.55 Leave " 8.15 4 20
Arrive Paia 7.57 10.42 1.42 4.10 Arrive Camp 5 8.25
Leave " 8.15 10.50 1.50 4.30 Leave " 840 4.05
Arrive Spreckelsville 8.33 11.02 2.02 4.42 Arrive Puunene Station 8.45
Leave " 8.40 11.07 2.07 4.45 Leave " 8.50 3.50
Arrive Kahului 9.00 H.20 2.20 - 4.55 Leave Well 5 8.55 3.40
Leave , 9.05 11.25 2.25 5.00 Arrive Kahului 9,00 545
Arrive Wailuku 9.30 11.37 2.37 5.12 Leave " 7:00 9.05 3.30
Arrive Wailuku 9.30
Leave " 3.00
Special Round Trip Tickets at Reduced Rates will be Sold at all Stations
Children under 5 years will be carried free of charge. Children from 515 will be carried fare.
Ticket offices at regular Stations will be open 30 minnte9 before departure of trains. Passengers must purchase tickets before boarding trains,
otherwise Conductors will collect regular Cash fares. Single tickets at ordinary rates.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
R. A7. FILLER, manager.