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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1906
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Post Office nt Wuiluku, Maui, Hawaii, us stcoiid-class mutter.
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JUNE 10, UMlG
Circuit Court Opens. The June term of the Circuit Court
opened at 10 o'clock on Wedncsdiiy'of this week, and those wlio
have been waiting trial veru brought into court to be present at
the opening of the term that will dispose of the charges against
The most remarkable thing was the absence from Court of all
attorneys except the two for the prosecution. While this was not
due to any neglect on the part of the regular practitioners here, as
all of them are in Honolulu attending the celebrated Douse man
slaughter case, it certainly must have looked strange to those
who are accustomed to see an army of attorneys at the opening of
At the last term of Court not a single civil case was presented
to a jury, but all that were taken up were jury waived cases, and
when the criminal cases were disposed of the jury was excused
for the term. '
This is the highest compliment to our popular judge that could
be paid as .it is seldom that all parties concerned will submit, to the
decisional a, juvge, but prefer to have their cases go to a jury.
J. j&se Kepoikai has won a name for himself that anyone might
yjustly be proud of.
Lahaina Celebrates . The residents of Lahaina did them
selves proud last Sunday by entertaining a large number of people
in a manner that was a credit to that beautiful palm city. The gaso
line schooner Malolo made an excursion to the city bringing many
people from Honolulu to witness the game and partake of the ex
cellent luau that was provided bv the hospitable people of Lahaina.
Hundreds of people from all over the island were present, and all
enjoyed themselves thoroughly and many were the expressions of
appreciation of the manner in which they were entertained.
The following day the ladies rave a y ran J luau for the benefit of
Hale Aloha, the building that was used as the first church and the
first school house in Lahnina. The affair was a grand success and
merited tue ntn niige received.
Luhaiuu lias many attractive itatures and a trip there is always
. A Chance tor ..f While tho papers of Honolulu are full of ac
" Improvement counts of outdoor sports of different kinds
and, we are occasionally eye witness'!- to g ) j1 sport furnished us
by the young men of Kahnlni, L ihaina and Puunene, tho young
men of Wailuku are doing nothing for themselves nor the town.
For years Wailuku had t he best team on the island anil one that
was capable of meeting the best, in the Territory with a good
chance of winning ha.i it been possible for them to be all together
at the required time.
The games played by the different teams of the island accom
plished what a score of moralists could not have done.
They broke up Sunday gambling and other vices that were ram
pant in the town at the time and afforded pleasant, healthful exer
cise for themselves and amusement for tho whole community.
Hut now with plenty of material, good grounds and rival teams
to play against no effort is being made to do anything. Kahulni,
with only a small population has more outside sports in a week
than Wailuku has in six months Her baseball team is a credit to
that enterprising town, and her tennis players are among the best
on the island. Puunene and Paia have a, number of tennis courts
that are frequented daily by enthusiasts of this excellent sport
while Lahaina has three baseball teams to afford amusement to the
residents of the palm city.
Why is it that the young men of Wailuku don't get up a team
and practice for their own amusement ana the betterment of the
The AddreKH c? MtMhop Keatnrick
nt the Meeting nt St. Andrew m
in the Interest of " The Mission
nry Thank Offering'' By the
JVtcii o the Church In Grntitucle
for !U0 j tars of Lnglih Chris
The following is the address of
llishop Ilctftnrick at St. Andrew's
Cathedral Sunday evening nt the
meeting in the interest of "The
Missionary Thank Offering" to be
presented nt the General Conven
tion Richmond by the men of the
church in gratitude for three hun
dred years of English Christianity.
The theme of the address was "The
llel.ition of the Anglican Church
to American Lifeand institutions."
When America was discovered,
English Christianity meant the re
ligion of Jesus Christ as presented
ix England by the Church of Eng
land. When the Rev. Mr. Fletch
er, Chaplain of the Golden Ilii.de
under Drake, landed near San
Francisco in 157(J, he represented
English Chistianity in the one
Church in which, however, the
seeds of separation were already
sown by Continental Calvinists.
How momentous to the future of
the new found Continent was the
result of the Spanish Armada.
Think of what would - have
happened if England had been
crushed. North America already
given by the Pope under his as
sun.ed power to the King of Spain,
would not have been settled by
the churchman in Virginia or the
Puritan in New, England, and
there would have been nothing to
prevent the history of what is now
the United States being similar to
that of Central America, Venezue
la or Cuba.
Do you not think that the hand
of God was in all that took place?
How all these wars' and piratical
enterprises were governed for good
is wonderful tg contemplate. The
power of Spain broken, the English
with the roving spirit of tin ir an
cestors sought their fortunes in the
After vain nnd costly attempts
at settlement, in 1(507 a band of
Churchmen with a Devout Priest,
landed at Jamestown. I have been
at that spot and have stood by the
ruins of tho old Church on the
banks of the James. What thoughts
llaia For Supervisor. It is with universal regret that the
people of Maui have learned that the Governor has turned down
the application of W. P. Haiu for the position as Supervisor from
the liana District and has ignored tho recommendations of the
precinct clubs and tho Connty Central Committee of Maui.
The people here feel that as llaia has mado a good Representative
and has been true to tho people at a sacrifice to himself, he should
be given the preference when au appointment is to be made in his
If tho position of tho Governor is correct, why should he not to
consistent and have such men as Oscar Cox of Oahu, and Pulaa
and Fernandez of Hawaii removed from office, and not single out
one of the best men wo have, and refuse to appoint him for rea
sons that do not hold good in the cases just mentioned.
While it is true that those men were not appointed by the Gov
ernor, it is true that as the chief executive of the Territory he
should see that the laws are enforced, and if the men whoso names
have been mentioned are holding positions illegally, it is his
duty to have them removed from office, or'lf they are legally hold
ing them, then appoint the one that the people hero wish
LAUGH AND GROW FAT!
The WAILUKU MINSTRELS will make you laugh
away all your troubles. They are a whirlwind of fun.
Come and see them nt the
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HALL
SATURDAY liVKNING, JUNH t8, !(( .
New SonsJ New Jokes! Everything New !
A I) MISSJON: 50 and 7f Cents. CIIILDIcLN: 5 Cents.
that scene aroused of the struggle
which led to the possibility of its
settlement by men of Anglo-Saxon
So the Church of England was
founded in America. It enme with
its English llihle, its Book of Com
mon Prnver and its traditions, its
Apostolic order nnd ils freedom
Then in the North, came in 1G20,
the Puritans. They said, as they
left England, (sent by the help of
an English ttishop), that all tiny
had of religion they had sucked
from the breasts of their dear
Mother, tho Church of England. It
was strange how soon they seemed
to think with some men of a cer
tain savage tribe that to show their
independence they must -thrash
their Mother. But they had too
that great gift of lm English
Church, the English Bible: Their
laws, their. liberties came from the
Church for it was the Arehbi.-hop
of Canterbury who had led the
Harons of England to wrest from
King John the Magna Chnrta, the
first words of which were the
Church of England. is and shall he
free. It was in the Church of Eng
land, in the Visions of Piers PlougJi
man, in the defiauce of Rome by
Cirostete, Bishop of Lincoln nnd
many others as years went on un
til Wicliff nnd later Dean Colct
and other brave men who had in
their veins the blood of free Anglo
Saxons cried out against corruption
But we can not dwell on the
stirring events of the settlement of
the Colonies nor how men North
and South, who all enme under
Charter not only to occupy the
land, but to preach t he Gospel to
the Indians, soon were meeting the
savages with swords instead of ser
mons and bullets instead of Bibles
until the Indians troubled them no
(To be Continued.)
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ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full line of popular brands ol
Etc. Etc. x
Celebrated Primo & Seafte
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Jimc Sfablc ZKciliului Slailroad Company
IH-livL-rcrt in Wuiluku every Saturday
nnd nt 1'aia and Ilamaktiapoko on
Wednesdays nt lowest prices.
POTATOES. WATERMELONS, BUTTER, EGGS,
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC.
Telephone Orders to
A. H . L-andgraf,
I'koi'KIKTok KAILUA FARM.
Telephone No. 359.
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FRESH SODA WATER,
CANDY, TOBACCO, CIGARS,
FRESH CAKES TO ORDER,
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II. OKAMURA, Propritor.
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PLANS and ESTIMATES
l'UONE NO. 1. . KAHULUI, MAUI
STATIONS A.M. P M. STATIONS A.M. P.M.
Wailuku Paia Pas. Pas. Fueiuiit Feeioht Fbeioiit Pas. Pas. Kauitlui-PuuneneF & P F & p
A. M. A. SI. A. M. A. SI. I'. M. P. M. P. SI. A. SI. P. SI.
Kahului Leave 7.00 8.42 1 45 2.00 3.45 Kahului Leave C.20 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 .54 12.00 2.12 3.57 Puuuene Arrjve 0.35 1.35
Wailuku Leave 7.20 11.05 1 12.25 2.20 4.03 Puunene Leave 0.40 1.40
Kahului Arrive 7.32 9.17 12.40 2.32 4.15 Kahului Arrive 0.55 1.55
Kahului Leave 7.35 9.40 2.35 Kahului Leavo 8.00 3.05
Sp'ville Arrive 7.47 9.55 2.47 Puunene Arrive 8.15 3.20
Sp'vilk; 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 8.21 11.10 3.2t
Sp'ville Leave 8.27 11.20 ' 3.28
Kahului Arrive 8.37 11.35 3.3S
Kahului Railroad Company
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Nolhinjr but the best of
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting People
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
Wailuku Fruit Market
NG LEONG, Proprietor.
PER ALL STEAMERS
BELL FLOWER APPLES
ORANGES LEMONS NUTS
CA LI FOli N I A VEG ET A BLES
California Fruit During Season.
Telephone Orders Promptly Filled.