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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER f, 1906
THE MAUi NEWS
Entered ill the Post Ulliee ul Wailukn, M mi, Hawaii, ns second-rl.tss matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
Waul Publ isliing: Company, Limited.
Proprietors ntid I'ubllshers.
The columns of the Ni:vs admit communications on pertinent topics. Wiileonly
on one side of paper. Sifcn your name which will he held confidential if desired.
SuiisoKirTioN Ratks, in ApvAni-k $2.50 per Year, $1.50 Six Months
Hugh VI. Coke,
12 cl I tor onci VI n n e r
- SKPTKMUKIt J. I'.MHi
MnnHcnto tiner to be Prose
c u ted
A Public Service. The First Nutioiml f ianlc of Wniluliu
the Lahainu National Hank unilor tlu maiiatrcini'iit, of Mr. t
Lufkin are doing1 tin people of Maui a public-sorvio' Ivy issuing a
neat little bank pupor full t)f many gm.-d surrfst ions wl icli it fol
lowed will be the making of many who are now spending their
money foolishly. There are Very few persons who could not save
at least a part of their income, and bv a systematic com r so of, sav
ing could, in the course of n. few years, accumulate a sum sulli
cient to make an investment in real estate, the safest investment
that can bo had.
There are too may of our young people who spend as fast u
they earn and pay no attention to the needs of the future.
Most people are good for thirty years of work. Should each of
us deposit only a small amount per month in a savings bank, that
amount deposited each month would in time make anyone inde
pendent. The trouble with most persons is that little sums .-ire
not regarded as of sufficient value for consideration, and yet, in
most cases, it is this the small amounts t hat go to make up the
difference between the property of the independent and thoe who
are in want.
The Kahului Breakwater. The work on the breakwater at
Kahulut is being pushed to completion with dispatch and promises
to be ao complete a success as was at tirst expected. Mho sii or
structure is now out about, fourteen hundred feet and the material
dredged out from the bottom is being pumped out to form the
body of the embarkment that will prevent the waves from.running
over the low coral reef into the bay. The embarkment is now our,
about thirteen hundred feet and as the sand beach is being built,
out on the eastern side the breakwater will soon be much wider
than originally planned.
The Kahului Railroad Company has laid a track out a consider
able distance beyond the till that has already been made aiu1. is
placing many tons of large rocks per day along ihe western side
of the embarkment to protect it.
This stonewall will be raised far above the highest water and
will make the filling a permanent one and prevent the washing
away of the lighther material. There has been such a marked im
provement in the condition of the waters in the bay proper that it
is noticeable far out from the wnarf where a ground swell ran in
Any one who is at all familiar with the effect of breakwaters and
jetties knows that the one being built at Kahului is destined to
make this harbor the finest in the islands.
His Application. The following application for a position
with the Kahului Railroad Company lias been received from a
Kamehameha graduate and is more of a reflection on t he met hods
of teaching there than on the young man who wrote it.
" August -20th, 15)1)0.
P. "W. Filler, Esq.,
Manager Kahului Railroad Co.,
Maui, T. IJ.
If there is any vacancy in the clerical transaction that you may
wish to fulfill, please acknowledge that I am herewith forward you
this application for same if it should appear.
I am at hand an agent for bath the
and also the Co for over three years under
Wishing to hear your kind and favorable reply, and oblige.
The young man has a right, to believe that he is qualified to till
the position for which lie has applied as he has graduated, and has
his diploma, but the faulty methods at the school r.re responsible
for the composition that is given above.
Our best common schools trains our Hawaiian boys lo compose
better letters than this in the fifth grade, and yet just such work
is often seen from the pens of graduates from schools that are re
puted to be the best in the land. Isn't it about time I hat practical
methods take the place of fruitless theories?
Passengers over the line of the Kahului Railroad Company please
take notice that beginning with September 1st, 1!0(, at (1 A. M. a new
train schedule wi'll take effect. In making certain changes on and ad
ditions to our present schedule, we strive to accomodate the public and
have put on an extra train, which we heleive will be welcomed especial
ly by the people of East Maui.
Extra Passenger Train. Yill leave Wailuku at 4:15 P.
M. and arrive at Paia at 5:40 P. M. after a stop of 40 minutes at Ka
hului. This train will leave Paia at 5:45 P. M. and return to Kahu
lui. While this train is not scheduled to'stop at Sjireekclsville it will
however do so if specially requested by Passengers in transit. The
stop over at Kahului will not alone permit Passengers from Wailuk
to Paia to do additional business at Kahului, tint will also accomodate
those who wish to see friends off on the steamer Claudine, giving them
an opportunity to return to Paia and Spreckelsville after departure of
Accomodation I rain, iiereaner tne ircignt tram leaving
Kahului for Paia and Spreckelsville at 51:40 A. M., will offer Passenger
This train will arrive at Paia at 10:;i5 A. M. and leave from there
at 10:50 A. M. and arrive at Wailuku at 12 noon.
Passengers from Wailuku to Paia, and from Paia to .Yailuku and
way stati.ms will find the running time of this train cry convenient,
in case they do not wish to n vail themselves of the early Passenger
trains leaving Wailuku and Paia respectively.
Kihei Train. Every Tuesday a freight train will leave from
Kahului for Kihei, departing from Kahului at 5): 15 A. M., leaving Ki
hei on the return run at 11:30 A. M.
This train is scheduled to carry freight only, but on proper induce
ment Passenger accomodations will he provided.
KAHULUI RAILROAD COMPANY,
R. W. Fu.i.iit,
2 y Superintendent. I
St. Fcler.-lnirg, July 30 The pub
lie prosecutor has started proceed
ings against the members of the low
er house of Pailiament who signed
I lie Vitiorg maiiifrsio, which, in full
' Koliliers and Sailors; The Gov
ernment has, by imperial command
dissolved Parliament, and troops
have lieen assembled from all sides lo
oppress I lie people by armed force.
The people's representative fwere
elected from amonir your fathers and
brothers in order to lav liefoic the
Emperor -the needs ol the people and
to nblain land ar.d liber' y. I Jut. the
Emperor would tint list"ll to the
elected of the people. Ilo barkened
lo tiis former councillors, the Grand
Dukes, Ministers, Generals and the
wealthiest, of Ihe landowners, who
did not want to five up their lands,
Mil ir propel ties, their emoluments
(ainouniint; In many thousands of
roubles), and their ii responsible pow
"Russ'ii is now divided into two
parts. On out" side is the nst ma
jority, aU the peasants and oppress
ed. Ihe best educated and Ihe most
enlightened i ili.ei.s, the soldiers who
see the most, clearly, ih" hcstollicMs
and a;l 1 he- in;) i li s in 'he jails, in
cludintr many I hoiiainU of soldiers
and sailors. On the oilier side is a
collection of oppressors such as
Tt epolT. 1'obedonostsetT und the Man
chnriaii licuctnls who ran away from
the Japanese, but who tired upon the
people at Moscow and Odessa, and
Tohita the petty uove' iiinent ollie'ids,
the police's pies and the whole Black
Hundred, and these rely on your
strength to beat iiowr. the whole
"Will you si. out the people, shed
the blood of the people an 1 transfix
the peip'e's breasts with bayonets?
Remember that you are the children
of peasants, that, you are ti.e children
of Ihe Russian people and that at tin
same lime in the villages where you
were born your own brothers who
are remaining at home are bUo de
mandlng laud and liberty, and that
ihe government is sending other
troops to shoot and beat them. Why
will you defend the government r
"Do you yourselves live sj well?
Are not you yourselves in a state of
servitude? You are in a worse state
of bondage then all the others. You
are given slavish employment as olli
cers' servants, you are tormented in
discipline baUallions, for every free
word you are sent to hard labor or
shot. We, three representatives of
the people, wish to promulgate the
laws providing for a reduction of the
term of military service to two years,
the abolition of soldiers' employment
as servan's, for the payment of a
monthly wage to soldiers and the
effective prevention of all insults to
the rank and file bv those placed over
"We wished to improve tlie lot of
the soldiers, but the great aim before
us was to improve the lot of the
whole working; population. To pre
vent all this the government hasten
ed to disolve Parliament.
"Sailors and seamen, we, the legal
ly elected representai ives of the
peasants and workingmeu, declare
to you that without Parliament the
government is illegal. Orders which
it may new issue have no legal force.
We call on you
"Firstly, to cease to obey tlie die
gal government, find to actively op
pose it i:i conjunction with us and
the whole 'f t,ie poor population
You have taken an oath to defend
the fatherland. Stand tx side us for
land and liberty.
"Secondly, any man who shoots at
the people is a criminal, a traitor nrd
the enemy of the people.
"We inform all such, in the names
of then' fathers and brothers, that
Ihey will not be aliowed to return to
tlcir homes, and that over their
names will hang Ihe eterra! curse of
New Steamers for Union Oil
The Union Oil Company, whose big
Steamer Lansing, Captain Ilarninau,
was in Ihe port last week for the
first time, is makiiiir preparations to
extend its opei at ions to a great ex
tent. Tho Lansing is only the tirst
of three new boats which will operate
on the Pacific in connection with the
company's Atlantic fl.et. The two
new boats, which are just being coin
pleted and will leave for their trip
anund the Horn in a few weeks are
tlie Santa Rita and the Santa Maria.
The Landing is at present the
largest of the oil 'hips i.mv on the
Pacific, being of 45011 Ions register,
and car-yiiig 4.",llll() barrels of oil.
Iter reign as the queen of the Pacific
oil fleet will not last for long, how ever,
as the Mstson Navigation Company
wiil have the Porte r here in a short
time carrying 50. (Mil) barrels of fuel.
The l'( t ier will only be on top for a
short lime though, as the Santa Rita
and the Santa Maria are ofliOOO tons
register each and will carry in the
neighbor of 75, 000 barrels of n'l.
Tlie two new stenmers, which are
being completed at present were
orig nallv intended for trade on Ihe
great lakes and were to be named
the Mincwaska and the Minelonka,
hut shoi llv after their construction
was commenced it was decided that
they were needed for the Pacific
trade and as it was not too late, it be
plans were changed completely. They
were I uill Willi double bulkheads, in
two pieces and are i.ow being taken
to (Quebec, where Ihey wiil bo to
gether and prepared for their long
trip around Cape Horn. .
Mo'h ihep ships are of usually fine
construction, as, being built for the
ake trade, where all manner of dilli
cun.ies in navigation are found, in
chiding storms which are more seven-
than any on this Coast, they are
extremely strong and canalile if
stai (ling very heavy stiains. It is
not, probable that Horn lulu will see
very much of these beats as. while
they wiil make trips here now and
again, ihey are intended, with the
Lansitur, lor the Panama trade. Ti:e
Union Oil Company is just complet
ing a pipe line across the Isthmus of
Panama which will aid it materirlly
in its business with the East. The
big oil ships will load at Port Har
ford, or Monterey ana go direct to
Panama, where they will li along
side of a wharf and Ihe oil will be
pumped directly from their holds to
the tanks of die steamers of the At,
lantic fleet, lying at the docks in
In this way the oii fields of Calilo:
nia will be brought into direct coin
petition with those of the East, and
South and should benefit by it ti a
great extent. Capt. Arthur Conncr.i
will bring the Santa Maria around
from the Atlantic while Capt. Lav
erg c will have the command of the
Santa Rita. Doth these oflieers are
well known in this city, as they have
been here manv twines in years past.
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notice the people of this vicinity arc getting the good habit of
coming to us for a money order when they want to send
money away. They used to go to the postoMico hut now they
know the Rank Money Order is the best, It is the cheapest
and eptiekest way ti send money. If the Rank Order is lost
you can immediately get a new one without cost or trouble
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POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC.
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Patron;." local men
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Local Agent New York Lif. "
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STATIONS M- ! F, t' M-
Pas. J only Pas.
Kahului Leave 0.20 I 1.20
Puunene Arrive G.35 I 1.35
Puunene Leave (i.40 J 1.40
Kahului Arrive (i.55 1.55
Kahului Leave 8.10 0.15 3.10
Puunene Arrive 8.25 10.00 ' 3.25
Puunene Leave 8.30 10.30 3.30
Kahului Arrive 8.45 " 10.45 3.45
Kahului Leave 0.45
Puunene Arrive 10.00
Puunene Leave '
Camp 5 A rrive i 10.30
Killed Arrive 11.15
Kihei Leave 11.30
Kihei train's Tuesday only and carry freight only.
Kahului Roll rood Company
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