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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1905
THE .MAUI .NEWS
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO. Ltd
Entered at the Post .Office t Wailuku,. Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
Have been -Completed
iBUYS AND SELLS- REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS 5
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES 2
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application .3
A Republican, Paper, Published, invlhc Interest of .the. People.
Issued Every Saturday.
AAaul Publishing; Company, Limited.
Proprietors and Publlaharsi
The columns of the News admit communications on pertinent topics. Write only
on one side of paper. Sign your name which will be held confidential if desired. "
Subscription Rates, in Advance, 12.50 ; per .Year,, $1.60 Six '.Months
On Thursday and Friday Dec, 21st and 22nd we will have
.,, ;,our special opening days.
We hove Chartered Trains from
The Kahului R. R. Co. and will run them
free1 for the benefit of our Customers as follows
HONOLULU, HAWAII P. O. Box 346 j
Hugh A. Cok, ... Bdltor and Manager
SATURDAY. - ... DEC. 16, 1905
, What. they, want It hag been, brought to j the . (Mention , of
lor Christmas. the Maui News that there are a .number
of worthy but poor little boys and girls in our midst who, unless
the News and its good readers see to it, will not. receive any call
from dear old Santa Claus this year.'
Through the efforts of several Interested friends these little ones
have been prevailed upon to record their own, wants Jn their own
simple language,, care in every instance being j taken ,that they
should not surmise why they were a9ked to do so. j
The News wants its readers to join with it in conclusively prov
, ing to each of these children that there reallyjs a Santa , Claus, .so
far seeing, and so generous that, small has; they. are. he has them
on his list, and knows exactly .what each of them longs for. Care,
fully read over these childish sayings, ' consider the abundance
with which you are blessed, and stop to think of how much real
happiness a trifling outlay of .money or. time, or possibly both, will
( bring to some little, tot. ,The News undertakes to see. that all pack
j ages, reacn tneir .respective .destinations, nn cases iwnere . our
readers have no choice as to where gifts shall go, we will endeavor
to place them where the greatest good will follow.
No. 1. Dear Santa Ulaus: I want a candy. 'I like a little toys
- I like a little whistle. " .
No 2 Dear Santa Claus: Drum send. Send gun.
Dear Santa Claus: I like a prettey big doll. I. like a . sleep-
Dear Santa Claus: I like one doll.
' ' ' ' I am glad to see you; Carrage and a doll:
I want some pretty doll.
I. am. glad o see you. . I. .like, one dolly
and one carrage and one ball.
No 8 Dear Santa Claus: I. want a doll. for. myself. I, want.a, ribbon
No 9 Dear Santa Claus: I like. you to bring .me gun.
" ,10 ." " ." . I want a doll and, some, ribbon.
" 11 " " " Please give me a gun and some . shot
" 12 ' Please send drum. " " ''
" 13 " " please give me a drum.
" 14 " I am glad to write you a little note. I
want football and some candy.
' Some thirty odd children, most of whom are too young . to , ex
press themselves in writing, have told of their longings which are
largely for dolls, tops, balls game, and clothing. ;.Qne little .young
ster, wants, .'All sleep ana wake up doll.1 . .There, are falso several
cases where children are sadly in need of ' clothing. Information
l concerning any of these will gladly- be given by the 'News upon
inquiry, and we will guarantee to place any gifts,. that reach r.this
omce. 1 j
1 Hawaiian County If those who feel they have a grievance
-Affaire against any of the county, officials will
take the trouble to read the Hilo papers they will find conditions
' here so much better than they are - on Hawaii that ' the mistakes
here pale into insignificance. '
, In Hilo, recently , the county, attorney; refused. to .make-up tle
budget for the consideration of the board. and .denied , the : boards
, right to compell him. to do so. ,,He further refused to luruish . the
board with any report of the work done in his office. ' '
The county attorney, rented a post. office box vand ,had , his bill
1 1 . . . .a" J- . . r
reiuruea to. nim oy ine. ooara as iney naa not autuonzea tne same.
Sheriff Keolanui expressed his ignorance of the boards right . to
can upon mm lor a mommy report or tne work done in nis depart
The road supervisor of South Kona does not feel it 1 his duty 6
furnish the board .with a map of the roads in his.district and sug
gest in a communication to the . board . that 'all . such information
may be had. at tne omce oi ttie superintendent of. fuplirv Works. !
Such hagglings are detrimental to the ( public good and should
meet a rebuke at the election .next fall. , Any official .who ,qujbb)es
over petty technicalities to the detriment of the public should re
ceive nothiug but scorn from his fellow men. ' ' ''
Our own county officials have made mistakes. "They will mak
more in the future but they have never stooped to the level of
, shirking their duty as they saw it nor. have they-assumed authority
that did not belong to them. '
The election of, a straight, republican ticket should be the aim of
all classes on Hawaii or there, will be, no end toerlfficultjes. ' '
'Prefers Senator McCaudless has announced his prefer
Monarcky ence of monarchy to a one man rule but fails to
state wheroLn lies the difference.
Many will agree that the senator. was right in his efforts i to .get
the entire appropriation spent in public, improvements authorizgd
by the last legislature but when it.Qomes 3 to his , preference .of j a
monarchical form of government to tho one under Jvblch vwe .live
' he will find himself very much, alone.
The Improvement The .Wailuku District Improvement
Association Association hed a very hire meeting n
. the Court House of this week.
A good attendance was on hand and several matters of i interest
were taken up and disposed of .
The people of central and East Maul particularly wast McGregors
Landing und a road to it. .The old wharf at.MaaJaea tBay , js dan
It is hoped the work will soon, be done. 1
The court house and the partly completed Jail are badly needed
and the association put itself on record as being heartily in - favor
of their competition as soon as possible.
Train will leave Walluku at - 7 , p. f m. t return
, lng(obput 0;30,ond Puunene, at, 7:30 j
p. m. returning about, 10. t
Trains will ' leave 'Paja at 7 p. m. Spreckels-
vllle 7:15 p. m, returning about
'Music, wjll be Jfum'$bed
! by the Glee Club.
iThe Kahuluitora isj the largest on the Hawaii
i an Jslands. . Covering , nearly double the 1 floor
.jpace occupied , by any, retail store in 'Honolulu
Our. stock is. complete; here you may make pur
chases of everything required at one 1 time without
rdelaysf. any, kind.
-,In dry.goodsiwe.carry everything, required; the
grocery; stock, compares favorably with the largest
iThe .only complete, furniture-store, on . Maui. , A
. j new line of Bhoes f,direct from New : York. Hard--ware
of every discription.
f Feed Stuffs
The undersigned has taken
over the stock, store, and fixtures i
of the firm of Hoffman & Weight of Wailuku.
All accounts due them
s, should be paid to E. O.-BORN,
Manager Wailuku Cash. Store?
;ye are pleased
, to advise our many friends and .customers
that we have disposed of the business
heretofore known .as . the ..firm of
Hoffman & Weight to the Vlluku Cash Store.
That any and all accounts owed us are to bo paid to
B. O. Born, manager Wailuku Cash Store.
, We ask a continuance
of your valued patronage on their behalf. -
tf. HOFFMAN & HEIGHT.
H. F. XyiCHiVlAN & CO., Ltd.
all our, work, and
the. .materials we
use. in :I manufact
ure, are. the best
that can . be ob
Snlentific and fir
Accurate Optical jf
. If you are troubled witn your eyes wi ite to us in. mediately and we
..will give, you the benefit of our scientific knowledge uud experience.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO. Ltd. Manu'-ctu",nHtlB4 0puci..
1042-1050 Fort St., HONOLULU.
DR. JOHN GODDARD In charge.
- Fresh Cigars ,and Tobacco; mixed Candy ,and Glace
l fruits Delicious Cracker confections and a new Crac
ker Jack ' '' ' " -" "s" ' : '
b'NAriifft - vniir
Fresh Ice 'House 'Goods' ctye;Nebrkan.
M. ., Xhe Emporium of theiPacific;
We will pay $1.50 per
hundred for clean quart
If you. have over one
ii hundred we will call
ManisWine & Liquor Co.
A Smith and. Wesson iHamraerless
38Cal. revolver Between Kahului
and Kabeka. . Return to, Sheriff's
Office and receive $5.00 reward.
Sfime &able$ahultii Jftftifraqd Cotnpqny
, STATIONS . ; A ..M. -.P.j-M. STATIONS A.M. P.M.
Wailuku Paia Pas, -Pab.i Fbxiqht Fjijioht Fbiioht Pas.' Pas. Kahului-Puuninb F & P F & P
'A A. If.' A. If. A. M. A.M.' P.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Kahului Leave .7.00 :8.42 ' l 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 1.35
j Wailuku .Leave .7.20 ,9.05 12.25 - 2.20 4.03 Puunene Leave 6.40 1.40
Kahului Arrive 72 ,9,17 12.40 2.32. 4.15 Kahului Arrive 6,55 1.55
, Kahului Leave 7.35 :.9.40 t 2.35 Kahului Leave 8.00 3.05
Sp'yille .Arrive .7.47, .9.55 2,47 1 .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 v10.25 3.07 Kahului Arrive. 8.35 3.40
Paia Leave 8.12 ,10.65 , 3.12 j
, Sp'villfl .Arrive 8.24 11.10 3.24
Sp'ville Leave ;8.27 ,11.20 ' 3.28 j
Kahului Arrive 8.37 11.35 3.38
' AGENTS POR " ' ' '
ALEXANDER BALDWIN, Ltd. ; ALEXANDER St . BALDWIN, Line of Sailing Vessels Betwecr
San Francisco and the Hawaiian Jslands; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.;
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
,tT?Pf""tff r . and Deolert In
t NOR WEST and REDWOOD LUMBER in. all. sizes rough and surfaced. SASH. DOORS and BLINE.S
, in, Cedar, andRedwood. CEDAR, MOULDINGS and INSIDE FINISHING LUMBER, also a full line ol
V ' ,Pilcln'iE ,VaterIl
CORRUGATED IRON, GALYANZED IRON, ZING, GALVANIZED IRON PIPE, COAL TAR,
CEMENT, OILS and PAINTS, FENCE WIRE and STAPLES: NAILS PITCH, OAKUM, Etc. Etc.
is not a question of years, but a ques
tion of vitality and the, preservation
of all faculties.
Whether young or, old for age is '
no criterion for the wearing of glass
esIf you choose to go year after
year wasting nerve force and strain
ng your eyes through some defect
you must expect early decay, a 'na
tural decrease of vitality and conse
quent shortening of life.
Just think it over.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING. HONOLULU
Over May & Co.
Wailuku Repair iShc
ARTHUR DOUSE. PROP.
- General Repair Work on
, Sewing Machines, Type
writers, Locks, Guns,
Revolvers, etc. ...
Dan Carry's i Blacksmith Shop
A great variety of hand
somely decorated pyrogra
phied boxes, waste baskets,
necktie racks, sewing tables
and numerous other useful
present. .Daintily .tinted
Satin and linen pieces.
Prices from t.25 to $25.00,
Residence Opposite Dr.