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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1906
am fumed tho world ovor for their oxcollcnco.
There uro Sweot Pickles aiid Sour Pickles but nil
are good Piclclos when tho name of HB1NZ is
on the bottle.
Homo without good pickles is not what homo
should bo. HEINZ PICKLBS make many
a homo happy. Almost might it havo boon
written, "What is Homo without a Picklo?'v
HEINZ 5T VARIETIES
of Good Things for tho tablo are an enduring
delight to housekeepers. Some of tho special
ties aro Mince Meat, Baked Beans, Tomato Kot-'
chup, Tomato Ohutnoy and Mustard Dressing.
Hackfeld & Co
Saturday aftornoon, the 14th, tile
tho first polo game of theNO.isnn was
played on tho field of the Miuii Citib
at Pain, The grounds wore In line
condition tho grass havinir been re
cently moved and the grandstand
which had boon overturned bv the
kona wind placed right side up. Ten
of tho members present took part in
the prac led game, soino playing on-
ly one period and others continuously
through tho game. Tho following
was tho line-up. L. von Tcrhpsky
(captain), C. S. Dole, G. V. Wilbur,
E. Peck, and G. S. Aiken against C.
0. Krumbhaar (eantain), I) F.
Fleming, B. V. Bazata. I). 0. Lind
say, and Clark. As was to bo ex
pecteu thoro was little expert play
ing but "lots or fun. luo score
stood finally 4 goals to 3 in favor of
Von Tcmpsky's men. At a "meeting
of the Club held Ihi uiuht before at
F. A. Alexander's, Paia, tho follow
ing4 officers were elected .for tho $2,000,000, smaller harbors and
landings for island shipping, $400,-
000; Federal buildings, $1,100,000;
light-houses,$430,000; total $5,1 1 8,-
To the above should bo added
$975,000 for fortifications and at
least $1,500,000 for the beginning
of a repair station and naval base
IScat, Reasonable and Durable. Lawn and Cemolery Funituro
STEBL SAFES that don't absorb moisture and are absolutely Firepro jt
Of the latest dosigns in any material known to the trade, including vhito Bronzo and also Uo
J. C. AXTELL & CO
Bronze. Call on or write to
ALAKEA ST., Bet. King nnd Hotel Sts.
F. O. EJOTC 6-42
year: F. F. Baldwin, president;
A. Alexander, vice-president, D,
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
RAINIER BEER . '
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter v
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku. '
Knights of Pytlilus Annlvcrsnry
The anniversary of the dedication o
Mid Knights of Pythias Hall was com
memorateu on the 17th lnst bv a
social fathering of tho Knights and -'vt Pearl Harbor, appropriations for
their families and a few lndy friends both of which objects will be avail
of the members. Cards and dancing able from this under tho provisions
was enjoyed for some hours and a of the bill.
very pleasant evening was spent. First in inmortunee amontr these
Light refreshments wore sorved. . , ., , . . , .
Tiirougu tne courtesy oi me ivanuiui gcj100ig
I if niiinaii n crtnmni ira m tvna I'uii I
" "I"-" . ... ,-, T ,. , .
i'ui lining yu.iiH Jiuw.in hub im
posed upon her citizens a heavier
Continued from page i. per capita tlix for gci100l8 than any
inheritance tax.licenscs.occupation State in the Union
tax, stamp tax, and every known Since annexation that Territory
form of taxation. Of this sum ap- has expended over $2,250,000 for
proximately $850,000 has been the maintenance of schools and for
spent for tho care and maintenance the erection of school buildings.
of lepers. Their local tax per cap- The educational problem in Ila-
lta has during the past five years wtlii is of greater magnitude than
increased 50 per cont.
Even these means could only
meet. the current expenses, and in
order to build schools and necessary
public works an indebtedness of
$3,874,000 has bcon incurred1.
that of any other Territory. Sov
cnty per cent of tho children en
rolled in the schools are of other
than Caucasian parentage. In qrder
to make Hawaii a thoroughly
(Ymorican Territory, schools must
, 1 ' V. This brand denotes quality
? Write us in regards to your
' 1 , i? ' Leather needs Send your
' Hides to us and you may feel
r-T" r rprf-airi nf fair treatment.
certain of fair treatment.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Tolopliono Main 143.
Tho total per capita tax of every bo provided for children of all
man, woman, and cluld m the ler- nationalities. The Territory has
ritory is now over .$22 per annum, already borrowed large sums for
1 ho cost of living m tho Hawai- school buildings, but the limit of
ian Islands is very high, owing to safe borrowing has boen. reached,
the fact that all the necessities of Lack 0E funds has already nccessi
life, including almost the entire tated a reduction of 20 per cent in
food supplies, arc nnportcd;tlio cost all teachers' salaries, and in those
of government in Hawaii is neces- isolated islands where, the cost of
sarily high, both because of the living is necessarily high this rc-
high cost of living and consequent- auction is keenly felt.
ly higher salaries, and because of The nation expects a higher
tho machinery of government nec- standard and a moro general dis-
cssary on each separate island, ana tribution of education in Hawaii
tho high cost of inter-island com- than in Porto Rico, yot wo aro put-
municntion. Road construction and ting into the Federal Treasury tho
maintenance is expensive for the very un(s from Hawaii that in
above reasons, and further because port0 Rico aro given to that island
of tho mountainous character of for its educational and general ex
the islands and tho numerous deep penses.
gulches to be crossed. A fiscal policy that is sound for
During tho five years sinco an- Porto Rico 'should bo sound also
noxation Hawaii has paid intd the for IlaAvaii. The mere fact that a
Federal treasury $0,323,402.32, or greater breadth of political rights
an average of over 1,250,000 per has boon given Hawaii does not re-
year, huj co?t oi nawan to us lor novo ner linanciai strain, JNordoes
collection of revenues and for Fed- it seem just that a country which
oral salaries i about $150,000.;Tlic voluntarily gave over its own sov-
total of all Federal salaries, ex- crcignty to enter the Union should
ponses, and appropriations for this be made to labor under harder
samo period, except defenses which financial conditions than ono ac-
It was not the purpose either of
Congress or the American peoplo
to annex Hawaii in order to help
out tho Federal Treasury.
What we desired then and now
is the benefit of a military and
naval base in tho mid-Pacific,
which all recognize as indispen-
ablc for the protection of our en
tire western coast.
With and beyond that wo need
the building up of a stronger
American citizenship in tho island
populating and to that end a part of
these funds are needed for school
buildings, roads to develop unsettled
Jands, and harbors and landings to
facihtato inter-island communication.
Any balance remaining will always
bo needed for Federal public works
within tho islands.
Tho $4,100,000 of net revenues al
ready collected from Hawaii have
come largely without the knowledge
of Congress and almost wholly un.
known to the American peoplo.
It is both unsound as a national
policy and also unworthy of tho dig
nity of a great nation that an insular
territory which voluntarily gavo its
own sovereignty to us should be com
pelled to seud revenues needed to
dovelop its separate and detached
life merely to form a dribblet in our
Your committee, in deference to
conservative opinion, has reduced
the lorm of this fund from twenty
years to live years, although there
aro stronn reasons why it should be
With that amendment we recom
mend that tho bill as reported do
Maiiket Siiui.i Waimjko
ANTONE B0RBA, Prop.
Full lino of popular brands ot
Celebrated Prinio & Seie
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Corner Market and Main Sts. Wailuku, Maui are for national protection, have miim! by conquest
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NOTHING BUT THE BEST OP
WELL KNOWN STANDARD RRANDS OP
WINES, WHISKEYS, CORDIALS,
LIQUEURS, RAINIER AND PR1MO
25c 2 glasses 25c
SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
boon about suu.uuu, or an aver- Financially . tho business man
age of 9440,000 per year. -and tho average citizen of Hawaii
It will thus bo seen that, aftor is under greater pressure today
deducting all paynionts and appro- than he was in the years preceding
priations that have been Iniado for annexation. That fact does not
the nee and benefit of Hawaii, we lesson their loyalty to this country;
have unconsciously drawn a net but it is high reason why Cowgress
sum of $4,100,000 from that lorn- should permit tliat dotached com
tory, or a not balance of slightly nninity to build up the Territory
S. KIMURA, Proprietor.
When you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it to tho right shop.
over $800,000 per vcar, which has
been withdraw!, from the islands'
circulation and shipped in rold
coin to tha subtioasurv in San
Ignoring, for a moment, the
wishes of Hawaii and acting only
nom a national stanupoint, your
committee believo that for a tinio,
at least, tliree-fouiths cf these rev
along" sound lines out of their ovn
A community in jvhich tho citi
zens aro overtaxed and with limit'
cd school facilities can never be
come a thoroughly American ter
This bill does not sot nf-ide this
fund for the Hawaiian treasury,
nor is it available for currant ox
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING HORSE SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
Main St. near Market,
onucs should bo tot aside to meet ponses, as in Porto Rico. It can bo
the need for public works in thoso expended only for public works of
ulands and to assist in building up a permanent nature, and Congress
a substantial American territory in is to bo in absolute control of its
tho mid-Pacific. distribution.
Among tho immediate needs for Tho 25 per cont resorved wil
Hawaii are: School buildings, moro than moot Fcdoral salaries
$788,000; roads to open new lands and other costs of the Territory to
to soH.loment. 8350,000; asylum tho Government so that Hawaii
Wailuku, Maul glfc-i thoVaanc, $50,000: harbor im- will not be a charge upon tho
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enn&ts at Honolulu and Hup, Treasury.
Patronize local men
Don't send Uj lloi.ra. u,
when you can insure at linme.
F. P. UOSECRANS,
Local Agi nt New York Life.
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresli milk
Tel. 166 Makawao
April 18,-Str. O oucino Parker, ior
. r.c u u.
AprM.?.-Str. CI u3ino Parker, frrm
STEAMERS TO ARRIVE
Date Name From
April 3, Sonoma Colonies
4, Sierra S F.
4, Moana Colonics
7, Coptic S. F.
7, Miowera Vancouvor
7, Mongolia. . . .'. .". . Yokohama
13, Alameda.. S. F.
14, China ..Yokohama
14, Siberia S. F.
20. Nebriskan S. F.
21, America Maru S. F.
21, Ventura Colonies
24, Nippon Maru..
May 1, lloric
5, Manchuria . . .
11. Nevada n . .
17, Nippon Maru .
. . Yokohama
....... S. F.
. . Yokohama
... : s v.
Services at Island Churches
Oiiuitcii Op Holy Innocdnts, Lahaina
Canou A. B. Woymouth. Iteotor.
Holy Communion, 7:00 A. M. ovorv Stimlnr.
Sunday School 10:15 A.M. Morning service ll:tO
a. hi. livening Prayer, 4:30 P. M. During Ad
vent and Louten season special weolc day sor-
WAINRE ClIUUOll, LAHAINA.
Hov. S. Kapu, Pastor.
Sunday school, 0:30 A. M. Morning scrvlro
11:00 A. M. Y. P. S. C. E. nt 1:00 P. M. Wed
nesday afternoon, Prayer Meeting at 3:30 P.M.
Thursday ternoon, Womon's Meeting, 3:30 P.
M. Friday aftornoon, ChoirJtelienrsal 3:30 P.M.
Roman Catholic Onmtcn, Lahaina.
First Mass, weolt days 0:00. A. M. Sundays and
holidays, 10:00 A. M. Dencdictlon 2:30 p. m.
Mcottngs nt SalvnUon Army Hall, Market
St., 8 P. M. ovory Saturday. Sunday Juniors .
at 2 P. M. Salvation mooting at 8 P. M.
welcome, , .
FOMEIGN PIIOTKSTANT CHURCH. ' -MAKAWAO.
R.V. IH.zata, Pastor.
Sunday.School at 10:00 A. M.
Puulio Worship at 11:00 A. M.
Kaaiiumanu Ciiuitcn, Wailuku v
Rev. J. Nua, Pastor.
Sunday school, 0:30 A.M. Morning service !!
A. M? Y. P. S. C. JS. from 7:00 P. M. to 8:00 p.
Vi i Fi0nrTl,o. Wailuku, Sunday School
.'.(O P. M. Revival meeting 30 p. M. All wcl.
PoltTUOURsn pltOTKSTANT MISSION P lVi
M O. Santos. Mvangcllst. S School I0.a.m
Gospel I preaching, II a ,., pri(vor MeotlngN.
7-.U P.M., S. School at IlamakunpoUu at a I'm. x
every Sunday. --.m.
STEAMKKS TO DEPART
Date Name rnu
April 1, Nevada n S. F.
3, Sonoma . , S. F
4, Sierra Colonics
1 4, Moana. Vunco'uvoi'
. 7, CoptJc Yokohama
7, Miowera Cobnles
7i Mongolia S. F.
14, Chhm S. F.
14, Siberia Yokohama
18, Alameda S. F.
21, America Maru. . Yokohama
22, Nobraskau !.. S. F.
24, Ventura S. F.
21, Nippon Maru S. F.
25, Sonoma Colonies
May 1, Doric R. F.
1, Malieno Vancouver
' 2, Mongolia ..Yokohama
UNION CHURCH, WAILUKU.
Row Rowland II. Dodgo, Pastor. Preaching
Sorvlco as ufiual ut7:nij'. M.
tIikOiuihoii Of Tub Goon SiiKi-iiKitn
Rnv, Canon Ault. Rector.
Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd, 4th, nth Sunday at 7
A. M. and Sunday nt II A. M. Matins & Sonnou
at II A. M. Children's serviuo. 1st sucdoy nt 8
I. M. Krensong and Sermon at Puuueuu, 7:30,
Holy Days, Holy Communion a 7 A. M. Daily,
Mat lus at 7:30.
Sr. Anthony's Ciiuiicii, Wailuku
Si' day Sorvlco. Communion, 0;00 A. M.'Chlld
rcn'a lass, 8:30 A. M. Instruction ic'lOngllsh.
Second Muss, 10:110 A. M. Sermon in Hawaiian
ami Portuguoso. Aftor Mass. Bencdiotiou. 11:4!
A. M., Rosary and Instruction for natives, week
days Ma.s 0. A. M. Holidays falling during
weok; Communion at 6: A. M. Mass at 9 00 A.
Fur salo, for rent, lost, found, situations or
help wauled advertisements will ba publish
ed under this heading at tho folHwiug
rates: 8 conts a lino lirsV lssuo, tlvo cents n
lino so"ond lssuo and throo conts a Hue each
succcodlug lssuo. Seven words to constitute
a Hue nine lines a Inch Urokeu lines to
count as full lines. v