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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1905
THE MAUI NEWS
Latest Aspects Of The Chinese
Entered at the Tost 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. cLejvi EN t.
SEPT. 30, 15105
Shortsighted Sani.ary Inspector Weight is thoroughly
Property Owners worked up over the sanitary conditions
of Wailuku and the apparant indifference of property owners
on Market Street in allowing tenants to construct, rimsh ickle
lean-tos on the lots, thus making it. almost, an impossibility to
order tlio removal of outbuilding and their ivc.oii-aructimion sani
tary lines. Property owners will lease new buildings with ample
. vnnl Kimco fn aijitif tommt.s mid in the course of a few months
these yards will bo tilled up with miserably constructed sheds and
shucks, built possibly of second hand material wnich hugs seen bett
er days and is anything but suitable lumber for building living
quarters, as most of these shacks are sub-rented and used for that
purpose or for living cooking and washing quarters combined. thus
reducing the rentof tlie tenent but not increasing the revenue Df the
Dronertv owner, but rather denreeiates his values and increases
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his' insurance. When sanitary renovations are ne sded and necssarv
to the publics health, conditions are found to be sucn that the pro
posed improvements are impossible for lack of space. Property
owners should of their own accord make such restrictions regard
ing the erection of additional buildings as will keep the sanitary
conditions up to a high standard. If on the other hand the proper
ty owner is indifferent the insurance companies can expedite the
needed reform by refusing to insure only when such premises are
in accordance with their rules which insure a fair chance of sanita
tion and a minimum danger from fire! In case of a fire on Market
street there are quarters so erected that the tenents could neither
get out nor the fire brigade in to quelch the conflagration.
Inaugural In time past efforts have been made to change the
Day date of the presidential inaugural day from March
4th to some later date, but while the measure has met wtyh the ap
proval of the Senate twice, the House, through indifference or some
similar reason has blocked the measure. Now "after almost a half
century of talk and agitation, the movement to change the date of
the Presidential inauguration has at length assumed definite form
and is now "making substantial headway," says the New York Tri
bune. Forty-one governors have signified their willingness to
serve on the committee which Commissioner Macfarland has or
ganized to induce Congress to draw up and submit to the States
the constitutional amendment which is necessary to be adopted be
fore the change can be made. A simple statutory enactment is
not sufficient, as to move the date forward from March 4 to April
30 the day desired would involve at first an extension of nearly
eight weeks to the term of the President. The reasons which are
urged for having the inauguration held on April 30 are that the
change would add to the length of the short session of Congress
and enable those who attend the ceremonies to escape the dangers
resulting from exposure to the inclement weather of March which
has, as the Philadelphia Public Ledger declares, produced 'a har
vest of death and disease after every inaugural day in the past.'
l Oahu's Grab Oahu County, thegreedy. has sent its county
All Policy attorney to Kauai to represent it in the man
damus suit brought by Kauai county against tax collectors Holt
and Farley to recover the fifty percentum of the income tax col
lected from the island of Kauai as a county and which through a
tecchnicahty of the wording of act 'J3. Oahu Couu;y claims. The
latter county oan hardly be blamed for, making what should be a
fruitless fight, as it is the-fifty percentum gathered from the in
come taxes on Kauai, Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Hawaii that per
mits it to carry one the extensive plans laid out. It is a case of
robbing "Peter to pay Paul." Let Oahu stand on its own tooting
and conduct its county affairs out of the legitimate monies due it
and see where it comas off. But of course that it not to be expec
im, at least not until it has fought a hard but losing fight. The
old spirit of get all you can (for Oahu) and give as little in return
still survives the habits formed in the days of its youth are hard
Good Prior to election, tho hue and cry was that couuty gov
Times ernment was liable to make times hard. Possibly thi
may bo so in other counties were double pay rolls are the order of
the day, but in Maui County things are just the reverse. Times
were never better than at present; every artizan who so wishes
can find work and at good wages. Carpenters, machinists, and
.il A 3 1 . . .1 . t .
uwier trauesmen mwe tueir nanus lull, and persons wishing the
services oi stnnea moor una it necessary to engage them ahead of
time. For throe days or more a bulletin in front of the News of
fice hasjcalled for four orifive citizen carpenters for months v or
ahead at Kahului. Thoro is not an store building of any preten
tions to size availuble aud as fust as one is vacutil itis snapped up,
According to Bradstreet's the
Chinese boycott of American goods
as trained headway only in two
plaees-at Canton where it has "made
some progress," and at Shanghai
herp it "has assumed a really seri
ous aspect." Other papers, while
noting that the boycott is not being
adopted as extensively as was fear
ed, claim that it has 'stirred up or
brought to light a very threatening
pirit in China. Thus a despatch to
te New York Evening Tost (Ind.)
reports that. "he movement against
Americans is spreading " and that
an ugly rnnror nirainst Americans
personally is being brought into exis
tence, . . . ." while the fit . Loui Globe
TVmocrnt (Rep.) foresees another
Boxer uprising which will Involve
many nations besides, the United
St ates. and savs:
''It is her inning tn be feared now.
however, that the hovctt will ex
tend to other countries. The spiri'
whi -h has been aroused bv the at.
tack on America is showing itself h
a movement against, nil foreigners.
It i an evidence of th new progt-nm
of self assertion bv the Chinese, such
as led, during the Boxer insnrrec
tlnn. to an assault on all foreigners
in the empire." ' ""
Hut whatever may be the actual
s-.ate of affairs, it is generally believ
ed that, if the trouble is allowed to
go on, tho "smoldering race hatred,"
as the New York Evening Post (Ind.
again remarks, "may be fanned into
a flame, and serious consequences
may follow." The latest uct' com
plained of is a scheme to present the
landing of American goods by refus-
ng the use of lighters and persuad
ing coolies not to work on American
ships at the seaport towns. Wong
Kai Kah, the Chinese imperial trade
commissioner, who has been sent here
to negotiate for a new treaty, de
clares in an authorized interview
that the boycott is not sanctioned by
his government, but. is simpH "a pri
vate enterprise" on the part of mer
chants and gentry of the Flowery
Kingdom. President Roosevelt, how
ever, is not so sure on this point.
"It is imputing folly to those
charged with the protection of our
treaty" rights to represent them as
capable of supposing that the right
of Americans in China to import and
sell non-prohibited goods puts upon
the Chinese Government the respon
sibility of providing a market and
finding purchasers for the imported
The treaty right to import and
sell, however, does impose upon the
Chinese Government full responsibil
ity for the continued free access of
American goods to the Chinese mar
ket, whether conditions for sale in
that market are good or bad. It is
the plain duty of the Chinese author
ities, in the case of interfering of tha
landing of American goods, or a
violent incident of the boycott, 'or
by any other process, public or priv
ate, to secure to the American mer
chants their full enjoyments of the
rights defined in Article 15, either
as to the landing of goods or the
sale of them, if purchasers are found
willing to buy. The Literary Digest.
Engineers All Fired.
HONOLULU, Sept. 2G.Guy
Gere, supervising engineer of the
Public. Works Departmant at Hilo,
for the Island of Hawaii; Hugh How
who' holds a similar position on
Maui, an3 C. H. Sweetser, the engl
neer for Kauai, have all been notified
by Assistant Superintendent of Pu
blic Works Howland, that their ser
vice are no longer roqtiired. This
is owing to the cutting out of certain
loan appropriations by Governor
I THE HENRY WATERIIOUSE TRUST CO. Lid i
Carter- As far as is known at. the
Public Woiks Department or tin
Governor's office, there is nothing in
the story that Superintendent Hollo-
way objected to the discharge of
Gere. Nothing has been heard from
Holloway officially. On Maui there
are ten contracts yet to be complet
ed and it is now -estimated th it be
tween two and three months will bo
v quired to !ully complete and huvi
them accepted by the Tl.-pai Inu'til.
Engineer H' w-dl of Maul, whei
asked regarding the above said t'.ia'
he Into lieen notified some week oi
ten days iikihiI the intention to dir.
iniss all road engi"eers, and sinlo
further that no new work would l
taken up in. i ill further notice.
The following are the eO' traccta
now tindt r way and yet to he com
Puiihele to Kihcj
Iao Valley trail I
Woihee towards 'Knhaxuloa
Peahi to Kailua
Extentision Keanae lo Knib a
K:puhulu to Houokohnu
llfcad to summit Halenkul.i
and McGregors L. mding
These contracts are all from the
loan appropriation of 1903.
P. O. Box 346 3
BUYS AND SELLS-REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
m HONOLULU, HAWAII
Is A Good Citizen.
John J. Fernandez although born
in sunny Portugal is however an
American citizen andjbelieyes in per
petuating the principles of Ameri
canism by giving,1 the triplets pre
sented to him on September 17 patri
otic names and ideals to live up to
and admire. t
Mr. Fernaudez has named the trip
lets: Theodore Roosevelt, Geoige
Carter, and Edith Alice Fernandez.
The new arrivals, who are perfect
ly formed aro growing rapidly, have
been the object of much curiosity and
even today the callers are numerous
and each one has brought som little
present in the way of clothing or
something to add to the little trios
With these triplets Mr. Fernandez
is the proud possessor of a family of
The " OWL" Is the leading and meet oi 1 1 r
5c ciar throughout the entire country. .
OWL stamped on every cigar
f GUNST-EAKIN CIGAR CO.
Distributors" Honolulu, T. H.
'As the United States didn't bind itself
to be sanitary under the terms of the
Piatt amendment, Cuba can not, of
course, take possession of us and clean
up New Orleans. The Newark News.
Danced On Broken Rock.
CHICAGO, Sept. 8. Rasing, in
which the victims were attacked and
dragged to a vacant lot In the dark
and were made to dance barefooted
on broken rocks, was applied to "imi
tate" the younger pupils at Lake
View High School, North Ashland
avenue and Irving Park boulevard.
As a result terror reigns among the
freshmen, and parents have threat
ened to withdraw their children from
school unless hazing is abolished,
and several pupils, among' them
Richard Dunne, son of Mayor Dunne,
stand in fear of explosion.
Principal B. F.Buck has started
an inquisition to determine the pro
per punishment for the leaders of
the hazing crew. Meantime word
has been sent out to both parents
and pupils Jo help "save the school
from scandal. Buck is preparing
a report to Superintendent Cdbley.
Buck encountered stubborn secre
cy ai soon as he began questioning.
To help prevent the spread of talk
concerning the hazing he conducted
his investigation behind the locked
door of his office.
Secretary Bonaparte will not al
low bill collectors in the navy depart
ment during working hours. Some
of the clerks doubtless would consider
the privilege of working the full
twenty four hours equal to a vacation;
The Chicago News.
Russia is naturally incensed at the
the lavish entertainment of Secre
tary Taft in Japan, as she feels that
she will have to foot the bills with
out the pleasure of participating in
the festivities;-The Washington Post.
A preliminary meeting of the
Trustees of the Union Church of Wai
luku was held this last week and an
other meeting will be held next
week at which time final arrange
ments will be concluded for the re
opening of the church bv the Rev,
Rowland Dodge two or three weeks
TAKES HIS SEVENTH WIFE.
RICHMOND, (Va.) Sept. 12. A
license was procured to-day by Ja
cob Kinney of Henrico county to
ustj ins Beveniu wiie. iie is nine
ty years old and has forty-four
children, as well as numerous grand
children, lie is to marry Ann
(Ireen, a widow, who is sixty years
.1 ir: ; . -n . .
oiu. jxinney is sun active.
Jewelry Jewelry Jewelry
Mr. JAMES D. DOUGHERTY
H. F. Wichman & Co., Ltd.
Of Honolulu '
will be on Maui for the next (wo
weeks with a full line of Watch
es, Diamonds, Souvenir Jewelry
'. ' etc. Silverware and Christmas ar
ticles. . .
A NEW ink has been discovered that
will prevent the juggling of1 figures on
post-office money orders. .A barrel of it
should be forwarded promptly to the crop
statistics bureau of the Department of
Agriculture. The Washington Tost.
If it be really true that the Czar desires
to abdicate, likewise to retire from sight,
he might arrange with the Zemstvo Con
gress to be shifted to Vice-President.
Having taken note of hojr things are
going in Russia, it is not surprising that
Norway should have displayed no great
er haste in securing a ruler. The Dtttoit
Free Press. s
INDIAN SAG WA
INDIAN WORM KILLER
INDIAN COUGH CURE
Are now on sale at
MAPLES DRUG STORES
Main and Market St. Wailuku, T. If.
Ice cold Soda Water al
ways on hand. Drugs
Chemicals and toilet
articles are Waiting for
Tobacco and Clears
We fit Eyeglasses and Spec
tacles and tit them Right Just
Right. We fit glasses to old
eyes to give better vision and to
preserve eyesight. ' We fit glass
es to young eyes for the removal
of eye-strain and attendant evils.
Frames Right, Lenses Right,
Treatment Right, Prices Right.
BOSTON BUILDING. HONOLULU
Over May & Co.
HONOLULU, H. T
This name on a Package
oi Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores han die