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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1905
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in 'the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday,
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C L. CLEMENT,
I : cl 1 1 o r nd Manager
JULY 22, 1905
Bureau ).' Secretary Tuft m his rospon -o t tho toast
Island Affairs "Tho President of tho United States" at the
banquet given in honor of Miss Roo.s-wdt and himself, in speaking
of Hawaii's present opportunity to make hoisou ho.ird, offered this
There is one change that might profitably be made in the
handling of island affairs in Vashington. 'All such affairs
might be united in one bureau, to look after the business
of the Hawaiian Islands, the Philippines, Alaska and Porto
Rico. Without such a bureau the affairs of the islands can
scarcely receive the attention d ue thera. It would be a
good thing to throw all the work of this nature into a bureau
of island affairs, to which all information regarding the is
lands might bo referred and from which Congress might
receivo such information."
Secretary Taft is practical in all he noes and shows that he has
good business acumen as well as diplomacy. Even Congressmen,
aside from those who have made a personal investigation of island
affairs, know comparatively littlo of what is wanted or needed, or
if they do know have the faculty of appearing not to know. With
a bureau such as suggested by Secretary Taft no Congressman
would have any reasonable excuse for not being fully posted on af
r fairs pertaining to the Hawaiian Islands. '
American Mango chutnoy as made and used in the East Iu
Chutney dies is one of the most delicious of condiments and
is as much a part of the'moal as other foods, and no meal i ; com
plete without it. Mangoes grow in profusion on the lslan Is und
while perhaps they are not as largo or as succulent or rich flavor
ed as the eastern variety, are of sufficient commercial v due to
w irraiit more than a passing word. Hawaiian made chrtnev is
something which, until the last few' weeks, has not been k own on
the loc.tl market. Quite few housewives have been in t .e habit
of maKing chutney for their own consumption, but to ..he large
majority mangoes have, when ripe buen relegated to thr saucepan
or the small boy. A colonial housewife living in IIoiiol1 lu has just
demonstrated that chutney made from Hawaiian grov n mangoes
can be made as toothsome a condiment as its predecessor from the
antipodes or India. Samples of the Hawaiian Chutney sent to Syd
ney found immediate favor and secured a very satisfactory iuiiiu
tory order. Thus is another avenue opened to bring the tropical
fruitsof the islands to a revenue bearing basis, and the News hopes
ere long to learn that some energetic and progressive housewife of
Maui, desirous of earning "pin money" has followed the laudable
example of her sister from tho colonies.
Homes For Every iudustry, be it great or small, will benefit by
Citizens ti'einllux of American citizens into l ho islands, and
the action of Secretary Atkinson in bring the matter to a focus at
this time is a commendable one. We are constantly asking Con
gress to enact legislation which will benefit Hawaii financially. We
lose no opportunity to impress upon visiting federal officials from
all departments what they in their department, caw do to further
the interests of the islands. We have been told ihat it is the policy
of the President to leave us severely alone and that we musi work
out our own salvation. One very material way to do this is to
show tL ' ers at Washington that we are sincere in wishing to
populate the available lands with good law abiding American citi
zens-American agriculturalists. . Offer to the farmers of the main
land, lands which from the virginity of the soil are far ahead of the
old worn out ground of tho central, middle and eastern states, and
the time is not many years off who.. Hawaii, from its population
will be eligible to further favors from the federal government and
the hue and cry of heavy taxation will be a thing of the past.
While there are numerous private Ten
nis Courts on Maui where friends and
even districts enjoy the pleasure of this
healthful out door exercise, it remains for
the Puunene Athletic Association to in
augurate an open tennis tournameut in
which all the tennis players of the island
August 12th, while being Admission
Day, is also Field Day for the Athletic
Association, and it is on this day that the
first open competitive tournament will be
held at Sunnyside Tennis Court.
. Base ball, cricket and polo have become
firmly established, but as these sports are
for the sterner sex, the introducing of
tennis will be welcomed by one and all,
as it is a game in which the gentler sex
are eligible, in fact it is because they be
come equally proficient that the enthu
si am and the interest in the game is kept
The Athletic Association will put up a
pair of handsome cups to be competed
for, and under their auspice9 tennis should
become as much a fixture as any of the
other out door sports. . ,
Following are the couples who will take
part in the mixed doubles, and the com
mittee rules under which those entering
will compete for the Puunene Cups:
1. Dr. G. S. Aiken Miss 1. Aiken
2. G. B. Henderson E. C. Campbell
W. W. Wescoatt Miss B. Dickey
S. R. Dowdle Mrs. D. v. Tempsky
C.C. Krumbhaar Rev. B. V. Bazato
Mr. Rosecrahs Mrs. H. A." Baldwin
W. Lougher Miss Ethel Smith
8. Mr. Whiteside Frank Nicholson
9. D. C. Lindsay W. E. Smith
10. Stone Douglas Mrs. Murdock
11. Theo. Nicholson Miss Eva Smith
12. J. N. S. Williams Miss Sheffield
13. Rev. W. Ault Sam Baldwin
14. H. B. Weller Miss F. Engle
15. C. W. Baldwin Miss E. Taylor
16. J. P. Cooke Mrs. Nicoll
17. J. B. Thompson Sam Taylor
18. D. B. Murdock Mrs. Sam Taylor
COMMITTEE RULES FOR TENNIS
TOURNAMENT, FOR THE
To be held at "Sunnvsidk." August
1 2th, 1905, under the auspices of the
"Puunene Athletic Association.
Games will be mixed doubles and
men's double, according to the number
Partuers for this Tournament, and po
sition on the lists of players, will be cho
sen by lot at the "Harvest Home Dance,"
nt Puunene, July 15th, 1905, and no
changes shall be made after the partners
are selected, excepting by the unanimous
vote of the Tenuis Committee..
Game will be called at 9 A. M. Aug.
I2th,' 05, weather permitting. Players
not arriving in time to play when called
011, will lose their turn, going to the bot
tom of the list, and the next pair in order
will be called.
Those who enter for the Tournament,
and do not appear to play, will not only
lose their chances in the Tournament, but
will deprive their partners of an opportu
nity to play.
Games will be played under recognized
rules adopted by the leading Tenuis Clubs
in the United States of America.
Post Office A matter in which the public is interested
Improvements and which should come up before the Im
provement Association is that of now letter boxes for the Wailuku
post office. The present home made ungainly contrivances have
long ago served their time and should be relegated to scrap heap.
Luhaina post office has just recently installed three sizes of up to
date regulation made lock boxes. Those boxes rent for seventy
five cents, one dollar and one dollar and a half per quarter. Surely
there is not a renter of one of the present boxes who would not be
willing to dig up a third more per month and have a modern lock
box. Then again the impression of visitors is surely worth some
thing. Such matters are noticed and commented upon. Let them
be impressed with Wailuku's desire to be as modern as circum
stances will permit.
Our Annual Acting Governor Atkinson has been advised
Report from the Department of the Interior that a very
full report on Hawaii will be expected by the department. While
these j ear books have not tho world wide circulation that the
newspapers and magazines enjoy they most generally find their
way to the desk of the business man, manufacturer and financier,
Thus is a golden opportunity given the Governor to place before
the monied class of the continental United States the many ad
vantages Hawaii offers to men seeking investment,. The topics to
be handled aro varied enough to cover every avenue of invest
ment, and with a ouccient, yet comprehensive statement of the
conditions as they really exist, results are bound to follow. , ''
Office of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, T. H., July 5th, 1905.
At a meeting of the Board of Health,
held June 30th, 1905, the following re
solution was regularly adopted and made
a part of the rules and regulations of the
Board of Health of the Territory of Ha
Resolved: That in any district where
a death has occurred, or a patient is found
to be suffering from any malignant, con
tagious or infectious disease,, the Board
of Health, or its agents, shall have the
right to summarily proceed to said dis
trict and cause all buildings, within a ra
dius of not more than one mile from the
place said death occured, or said patient
was found, which they shall judge to be
infected, or in an insanitary condition,
and a menace to the public health, to be
thoroughly disinfected by fumigation or
other means, and all persons residing or
working in any such buildings, and all
personal property therein, to be thorough
ly disinfected, to the satisfaction of the
Board of Health, or its Agents, before
either persons or property shall be re
moved therefrom; and, that thereafter all
such insanitary buildings and property
shall be vacated immediately, and no per
son shall be allowed to live or work
therein, or to store any goods therein, un
til the same shall have been placed in
L. E. PINKHAM,
President, Board of Health.
Attest: C. CHARLOCK,
Secretary, Board of Ilcalta.
I hereby sanction and approve the fore
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Acting Governor of Hawaii.
July 22, 29, August 5.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. II. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandless,
C. II. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
Misfortune is liable to ovei
take you in monry matters
Thtn it is that a good sized
"nest egg" in the savings bank
comes "powerful handy". Over
and over again have we seen
comforting relief come to those
who had accumulated a fund
. in this bunk. If you havn't
started an account, now is
the time to do it.
The riste of keeping securi
ties about. your premises are
many and trreat. These risks
can be wholly avoided by the
use of our safe deposit vaults.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
2 1 .
I THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd 1
Installed An Acetylene Plant.
S. B. Harry, has just finished wiring
the A. Enos store and home for a complete
Acetylene gas plant, each light of which
is equel to fifty candle power.
The building was lighted for the first
time on Monday evening and the effect,
in comparison, was anything but favora
ble to the dim yellow rays as thrown" out
by kerosene oil lamps. -v
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WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
SECURES INVESMENTS ,
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
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Will Vacation In Olympic Moun
Manager James Scott of Kihei and fa
mily will leave on the iSth of August for
a two months' vacation hunting in the
Olympic mountains of Washington Ter
These mountains not only afford a de
lightful change of scenery and climate,
but are also famous for the game with
which they abound, and as Mrs. Scott is
a huntswoman of big game, it is her in
tention to return with a pair of antlers as
a trophy of her skill with a thirty-three
Manager Scott, not to be out done by
Mrs. Scott, proposes to raise a disturbance
among the bear family, and adorn his is
land home with one or more bear skin
Fusionlsts Hold Convention.
A county convention of the Democra
tic-Home Rulers was held in Wailuku on
The primary object of the convention
was to decide whether the party on Maui
should in the future be known as Demo
crats or Home Rulers or a combination of
On a ballot the Home Rulers won out
A district committee on organization
composed of J. E. Kipiki, G. W. K. Ka
uimakaole and D. Kuamu was formed,
also a traveling committee consisting of
C. L. Kookoo and J. H. Hihio, and
finance committee of the .following:
Huna, G. P. Kauimukaole; Makawao, E
H. Kekapai; Wailuku, W. II. Ceruwell;
Lahaina;D. Kuamu; and Molokai, J. N
It was the intention to also have I
County Executive Committee, but as the
rules of the Home Rule Party do not
provide for a committee of this nature,
the appointments were held up, until
next month when a territorial conven
tion will be called in Honolulu and i
clause inserted permitting of the forming
of County Executive Committees.
Webster defines "confiiieiiee" as
a "feeling of securily". On the
other hand, an ret of deception
practiced upon someone, lo Ids
annoyance or injury i poind inn s
called a "confidence jjaiw'".
There are confidence fames in
all lines of business.
In matters of vital importance,
such as the examination of tl-.e
eyes tnd the purchase of glasses,
it is a comfort to know that you
are placing your busii.ess where
you can also place your confidence.
A. N. SAINFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING. HONOLULU
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GUNST- EAKIN CIGAR CO.
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Sfime Stable jfCahului Siailroad Company
STATIONS A. M. P. M. STATIONS A.M. P.M.
Wailuku Paia Pas. Pab. Freight Freight Freight Pas. Pas. Kauului-Puunene F & P F & P
A.M. A.M.- A. M. A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Kahulul Leave 7.00 8.42 1 45 2.00 3.45 Kahului 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 2.20 4.03 Puunene Leave 6.40 1.40
Kahului Arrive 7.32 9.17 12.40 2.32 4.15 Kahului Arrive 6.55 L55
Kahului Leave 7.35 9.40 2.35 Kahului Leave 8.00 3.05
Sp'ville Arrive 7.4? 9.55 2.47 Puunene Arrive 8.15 3.20
Sp'ville Leave 7.50 10.10 2.50 Puunene Leave 8.20 3.25
Paia . Arrive 8.02 10.25 3.07 Kahului Arrive 8.35 3.40
Paia Leave 8.12 10.55 3.12
Sp'ville .Arrive 8.24 11.10 3.24
Sp'ville Leave 8.27 11.20 3.28
Kahului Arrive 8.37 11.35 3.38
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