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THE MAUI NEWS
'S ATURD AY, MAY 26, 1906
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ennnot inalto fish of one and fowl of
the other, when It comes to the enle
business. You can bl.W.c Governor
Carter for sturllnjr tlmt business
Mr. Sullivan said bo had the Fame
opinion of the matter as Mr. Dee.
He favored hlfjli license restrii'tod to
P. F. Ryan said ho favored the
thousand dollar license. "I was op
posed to tills cafe business in connec
tion with tbe saloon business, but I
wus losing my trade under tho pre
sent law and I had t)opcn up one to
"When I came to thif country
there were few saloons and they were
all conducted by citizens of the coun
try and tliey could not be better run
that thev were.
"In regard to these $1000 licenses,
I am heartily in favor of tlieni, nro
vidiny they are restricted in cit.zuns,
but if they are to be' issued to- every
Tom, Dick and Harry.'Iam not. We
are not making any money now.
Some of us will have to get out of the
business and turn it over to the
Mr. fcjpoiiccr said that Mr. Ryan
had expressed his sentimer ts exact
Mr. Ryan arose once more to add
that in the case of licenses being
made one thousand dollars, if the is
suancc of the licenses was not re
stricted by law to citizens, the Asia
tics will get in anyhow. As many ns
a dozen Asiatics jvill form a hui and
,start a business. Even if it was a
$2000 licenso they. would form a hui
and start. . '
Ir. Thompson said his views were
similar to those already presented
He preferred high license with the
exemption of Asiatics.
Major Cnmara said his views were
on the lines already suggested. "In
regai d to the cafe business," he said;
"I was the pioneer in the proposition
under the new law for the reason that
the Union Grill had been granted a
license. The Grill had neon selling
liquor for years anyhow. So, th law
allowing us to sell liquor with meals,
I went to work and fitted up a place
atcoiifiderabln expense, probably as
good ns the Grill ilsell. I don't think
the law should bo changed in this
respect. I don't want to loose anv
more money, but I am in favoof high
license. Raise the license back to
$1000 as it was before.
"As for business, why, the com
munity wants more now that prices
aro down, ttfan beh.re. A man war.ts
an etignog for fifteen cents that costs
thirty cents to make."
Fred Kiley believed in the thousand
dollar license. "As to the cafo fea
ture," he said "I went into that to
savo myself on account of the .compe
tition wo'ro having."
Hurry Juen favored high license.
"It makes no differe'nee whether I
remain in the business or not," said
he, "I am also in favor of a law to be
passed by the next legislature it pot-
siblo to tho effect thrt nono but citi
zens may obtain "licenses, I believe
that tho liqLor men who are. inter
ested in this matter should make the
effort to pledge candidates for the
next legislature to revise the law in
accordance with the views of the re
tail men. This small license fee has
simply prostituted the business.
"I will show you what it has done:
It has been the means of opening up
saloons where liquors tire adulterat
ed, and it has caused others to hire
cappers to bring in trade, and has
caused the introduction in saloons of
wdiat was formerly not allowed mu
sic. In fact, the business is demor
alized. "There is no doubt that the high
license put it in thu hands of abetter
element. There are people in the
business now who h ivo no more re
gard for decency in their places tlnn
a yellow dog.
"Now as to prices: A Chinaman
about opposite my place has a saloon
He has no sign out. You might stand
within fifty feet of the place and not
know about fie place, He has a
license, though, and he sells a glass of
wine for five cents, a ijood deal larger
glass than we could possibly sell
for ten cents. He has no uddi
tlonal rent to pay because he has a
store there already and by the same
reasoning he has no more lights to
pay for, and he lias no fancy help to
pay wages to. It is impossible for
white men to compete with theso
Mr: Deo at this tlmo aroso to say
that he know that licenses obtained
by applicants were resold to other
ciple to whom possibly the Treasur
er would not issue a license. He
thought this a matter to be investi
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Mr. Wolturs moved that a commit,
tee bo appointed to revise the old law
and amend It in a suitable manner
for presentation to tho legislature.
Ho stiid that the earlier this work
wus taken up the better. He said he
fully believed that If the liquor men
had bsen in the field earlier at the
last session of the legislature,' their
bill might have gone through.
Some jocular remarks were made
concerning Pastor Edwards of llii-
Christian church, who had, in a re
cent address at Kawaiahuo church,
said the saloonkeepers were as bad
as thieves, robbers and gamblers.
Mr. Dee said that Mi-. Edwards
claimed to be from Missouri. "Well,"
said the doughty Larry, "if I had the
money I would make him show me
that lie was from Missouri and can
pel him to contradict what lie said, i
think that Pastor Edwards used the
strongest language of any man of his
cloth I have ever heard, and I have
listened to many fiery prohibitionists.
J hold that the liquor business is as
honorable as the dreg business."
Col. McCarthy will appoint, the spe
cial committee in a few davs. Ad
vertiser. Ait Announcement Luncheon.
A delightful luncheon wjis given by
Mrs. W. O. Aiken on the lilth hist.,
at Puuomalei, "Makuftn.i. Covers
were laid for ten and a most, enj iy
able time was had by tliOMi present
'The table, which wa& set cm the
lunai,- overlooking 'the magnificent
view 10 the ocean, was beautifully
decort led with flowers and ferns and
was resplendent with cut glass and
silver, while at each plate was a
water color painting of the young
lady who was to occupy the purlieu
lar place. All decorations were heart
shaped. A full course luncheon was
served , and those present " felt as
though they we're attending some
social function ift.JNewpprt 0l" Ascoty.
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so perieci were me appointments
add the service.
During the luncheon, Mrs:' Aiken,
in a few well chocn words, announc
ed tho engagement of Miss Eva'
Smith of Hainakuapoko, to E. O.
Borne, late of San Francisco, and
now manager of one of Wuiluku's
Miss Smith received the best wishes
of those attending, and tho only re
gret expressed was that Mr. Borno
could not have been present, (owing
to the affair being strictly for ladles)
to receive the congratulations for
having won so popular a Maui belle.
After luncheon", the guests adjourn
ed to tho drawing room whero coffeo
was served, and tho afternoon was
spent in playing Hoarts.
Those invited to bo present were:
Mrs. V. O. Aiken, Mrs. Frederick
W. Hardy, the Misses Nellie, Eva
and Ethel Smith, Miss Olivo Stoole,
Mury Fleming. Irene Crqnk and
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
A very pleasant informal party
was given at the Puunene Club House
on Saturday evening last. About
seventy were present from Puuueue,
Spreckelsvillo nudlvnhului A trein
was run from Kuhuhii for tho accom
modation of iho people there. Tho
evening was spent in dancing and
cards aud altogether It was an en
joyablo evening, Light refreshments
were served fat eleven. This is tl o
first affair of this kind that lias been
given at Puuneno for some time and
wo hope there will bo many more.
The ci edit of getting up tho party is
Iirgelyduo to the kindness of Mr,
nmiMrs. Geo. Mnyfie'd.
A large Held of ripe can6 belonging
to the H. C. & S. Co. near tho Pala
division -took fire on Tuesday after
noon and burned over r,bout eighty
acres before It could bp got under
Miss Geisendorfer of San Francisco
has accepted a position as trained
nurse at the Puuneno Hospital.
Tito new tenuis courts at Puuneno
are in splendid condition now and
will be used for tho annual tourni I
incut this year. Tho tournament
promises to bo a lively oue this year
as there are many more players on
Tho Pam Soc'al Chili held their
regular mpnthly dance at tho usua
place last Saturday evening,
A jolly good lime was enjoyed by
Outside of the Club members, there
were tresent quite a few guests from
Wailuku aud Kahulul.
The committee is to be compliment
ed upon having such unusual good
refreshments for the occasion.
(Continued from page I.)
bage. Tree Cocoanut, papaya,
algaroba, bamboo, orange, lemon.
Also ability to write on some
ono subject of agricultural interest
in the Hawaiian Islands.
Examination in history will in
elude prominent events and dates
only, in vVmorican and Hawaiian
Subjects for grammar grade ex
aminations are: (a) Subject matter
of the course of study except
nmnuul training and calisthenics,
(b) tieoinclry, four books. Algebra
to quadratics, (e) General history
(d) School management and met
hods of teaching.
Hours of examination will be, 8
a. m. to 12 m., 1 p, in. to 5 p. m.
Penmanship will be marked on
the composition paper.
Heading will be from some ma
gazine, includingfive oral ques
tions on the subject matter read.
Spelling will bo from a list of
.words .to bo read, by the examiner
with tho words explained if not
understood. After tho words have
been wri '.ten, will ho read over once
for any corrections' which tho
teacher may desire to make.
There will be nine papers, each
having 100 credits.
Time 8 a. in. to 12 m.-Subjects
Arithmetic, 12 questions (10 to bo
answered); 10 credits on each ques
tion. Drawing, 5 questions, 10
credits on each question. Music,
5 questions, 10 credits on each
Time i p. m. to 5. p. m.Subject
Geography, 10 questions, 10 cred
its on each question. Composition,
50 credits on each question. Dic
tation, 25 credits on each question.
Writing, 25 cn dits on each ques
tion. SECOND DAY.
Time 8 a. m. to 12 m. Subjects
Grammar, 10 questions, 10 cre
dits on each question. Reading,
50 credits on each question. Spell
ing, 50 credits, on each question.
Physiology, 10 questions, 10 cred
its on each question. Hygiene, 10
questions, 10 credits on each ques
tion. Nature study, 10 questions,
10 credits on-each question.
Time -1 p. m. to 5 p. m. Sub
jects Methods of teaching, 10
questions, 10 credits on each ques
tion. History, American and Ha
waiian. 10 questions, 10 credits on
It is tho plan of the department,
as far as possible, to replace teach
ers holding no certificates with
those holding certificates. It is
therefore incumbent on each teach
er who has no certificate to procure
one in order to hold a position.
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