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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1906
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Tost Office at Wailiiku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
Maui Publishing Company, Limited.
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SKPTEMBEIl 15, 1()0G
The Territorial Tlie Territorial Convention which was held
Convention. in VVailuku lust Saturday was composed of
the largest political gathering of representative men that has as
sembled in the Territory for many years. Nearly all of the men
who were elected to the convention attended in person, and even
from fur off Kauai the attendance was good. The convention was
a success from every point of view, and the platform was one to
be proud of, and instead of dealing in glittering generalities as
most political platforms do it was to the point and laid out a
course that is well defined and one that we can all follow ana be
proud of the platform on which we stand.
The platform makes it clear that the Republican Party is not
content to remain as it is, but is leading the government to a more
Americanized form of government and is opposed to the cent rali.od
form of government under which we are nnv living, and under
which the people of the Islands have lived all their lives.
The party is to be congratulated on the tirm stand taken by the
Maui delegation in its opposition to the Lane-Farrington combina
tion in their endeavors to get the party to endorse a successor to
the present governor of the Territory on their presentation that
the business men of Honolulu were in favor of Henry R Cooper.
The Maui delegation were not in favor of opposing Governor Car
ter, nor of going on record as endorsing any one as it felt tnat this
is an inopportune time to do so, and that the delegates were elec
ted for the purpose of forming a platform and nominating a Dele
gate to Congress, but that they would be exceeding their authority
in going so far as to recommend a successor to the present gov.
ernor over one year before the expiration of his term. The mem
bers here felt too that was a proper matter for the clubs to take
up when the term of the present governor expired.
In the choice of a delegate it has been conceded that Kalaniana
ole is the logical candidate for the olhca ana ue was nominated as
a matter of course.
Our Republican Taken ns a whole the nominees of theCoun-
Nominees. ty and District Oflicer9 who have been noni
inated on the Republican ticket are far above the average that are
usually nominated at a convention and should be elected. -While
it is true that some of those may bo criticised, there are few
inueea wno are aoove criticism wnetner iney are out ior oiiice or
not. The Republican Party is to be congratulated on its nominating
so many meu who are wholly above reproach, and if a few see in
some of the candidates flaws that they do not approve of let them
remembor that we are all human and none are perfect. And if this
is not sufficient then let them compare our nominees with those
who are opposing them on the Home Rule ticket. This should
settle the matter without going further. It is utterly impossible
for us to nominate a whole ticket that is entirely satisfactory to all
as we cannot all see alike. It is also utterly impossible for us to
nominate all of the good men we have, for if that were possible
the party would indeed be so few in numbers that we wouW. be too
weak for a campaign.
a numoer oi men ran ior district ounces wno were defeated in
the caucas who would undoubtedly have made good officers had
they been nominated and been elected, but as the majority chose the
men they did it is up to all grood republicans to elect them.
County government is u success so far and will continue to be
so provided we have competent men at the head of affairs, but
would soon become worse than a failure should incompetent and
irresponsible men get control of affairs.
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Linen. Tablets of all sizes and grades.
A full lino of Dry Goods, Percales, Muslins,
Lawns, Batiste, Cambric, White Dress Goods.
The. best in the Grocery line.
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Maui Hotel Gueit.
Sept. 1, Geo. H. Dunn, Lahaiua; J.
Alunro, Kaunakakri; W. L. Decoto,
Labaina; F. Hons, Kahului; James
Scott, Kihei; R. A. Wadsworth, Wai
kku; Win. Henning, Laliaina.
Sept. 2, Dr. Stone, Aire. Stone,
Sept. 3. W. O. Aiken, VV. C.Crook
Sept. 4, T. AI. Church, Pu.it.; Geo
Heber Joi.es onolulu.
Sept. 5, D. II. Maconaei.ie, Bono
Sept 7, G. II. I una, Laliainn; J
H. Ziegler, W. E. Shaw, R. II.
Chamberlain, E. R. llendiv, M. R.
Temple. W. H. Crawford, Cha. H.
Baker, C. II. Clark, Win. C. Cum-
mings, Richard P. Reuter, William
Savage, las. L. Holt, Win. T. Raw.
l'ms, E. W. Quinn, S S. Pax ion, C.
J. Russcl, Win. Williamson, llono
Sept. 8. Geo. W. R. King. Mrs. G.
W. R. King, Harry II. Tomlins, W.
W, Carly, M. A. Silva, 0 E. Haynes,
Honolulu; F. Wittrock, Harm; J.
Vincent, Paia: M. F. Davies, Alanila,
Sept. 9, R. C. Seai le, Honnlua; C.
Gay, Mrs. C. Gay, Aliss Amilia Gay,
Lanai; Wm. Helming, Airs. Win
Henning, Lihaina; Eng. P. McCann.
Sept. 10, A. N. Hayselden, C. R
Lindsay, D. K. Kahaulclio, Samuel
Kapu, Kalimkini, A. Makekar,
Man .el Pestaio, Win. Kaahanui,
Alfred Mia, J. Manilla. K. Wa
oholo, C. K. Fa" Ion, Lihama; Jo
Freitas SprcckeK villc; 1! P.
Ha dwin, W. Seib.v,J. h. Thonion,
Puunene; W. O. Aiken Puumolei;
D. C. Lindsay, H. A. Baldwin, Paia;
II. 1J. Welle.r, Kal.ului.
Sept. 11, J. J. Sullivan, San
Cisco; M. Vieira, C. Corrca,
Sainl. Lvle, Honolulu.
Stcnm Lfiiinclpy For Jll.-iui.
Becoming disgusted with the very
unsanitary condition of the Chink laun
dries oi Maui a number of progres
sive citizens met in the office of 1.
H. Case Wednesday and perfected a
temporary organization for the pur
pose of establishing a Steam Laundry
on the island of Alaui.
C. D. Lufkiu was elected president,
R. A. Watlsworth Vice President,
D. II. Case, Secretary, J. Garcia,
Treasurer, and H. B. Pcnhallow. J.
L. Coke, and II Streubeck Directors
with full power to select a site and
purchase or lease the same, purchase
machinery and secure a charter.
It is the intention ol the incoi por-
ators to have stock scatt ered all over
the island and limit each one's boil
ings to fifteen shares of the par value
of ten dollars per sha,-e.
'There will be no promoters fees of
any nature end those who are going
into thi! undertaking are doiiig so as
much for the advancement of the
community's interests as they are for
the dividends they expect to re
The new company will be capitaliz
ed for five thousand dollars and any
or.e desiring stock may secure it by
applying for the same to the First
Nation? I Bank of Wailuku.
The site for the new laundry has
not been chosen yet but will be some
where along the route of the Kahului
A steam laundry should pay welj
and bo a great convenience to the
people of Maui. An application went
down yesterday for a charter.
ctiing the ship to a great extent,. He
tn ist optimistic in regard to the
floating of ! he liner and the fact that
there has been no heavy wind or set
in i lies it seem possible that she may
be floated successfully. The Iroquois
will probably 1 ave for the Manchuria
t miorrow morning.
In speaking of the conditions at the
Manchuria Capt. Metralf said:
"We will place the anchor brought
this morning by the Korea, tomor
row, which will complete the work in
this lim and then we wil hae some
thing to do in running cables, testing
the steamer's pumps, and preparing
everything for the pull. I expect to
have all this completed by Wednes
day night and on Thursday wh wil
commence to pull, though it might
possibly fie delayed till F.-iday,
"The Manchuria will be taken out
jinrlicaliv 'he same way that sh
came in and will have to be moved
about 400 feel belore she will be in
deep enough water to Moat. 1 should
say lhal she hail iiu vimI in at h ast
(iOO feet since going ashore. We fei 1
that we are sure to pull her -fT and
wil! bring her aroui.d to this harhor,
where repairs will be made. No. 1
do not, think that she will have to tie
towed to S in Francisco. From what
we can ascerl ain, her engines, lliniii.'h
they "ill need extensive rei.airs, ran
be placed in a li' condition ti inu'e
I he trip.
"I r.eli. ve that, her bottom U puue-li'i-ed
but this is in one of her ballast
tanks and will not, hie invcniriico ns
to any great extent, except in re
gird to the fact that we mav not be
able to pump the water out of that
"If we fliat the Manchuria and
there is any of the material that we
have that will be a service to the
local officials in the salving of the
Sheridan, I shall be glad to sell it to
ti.em and will give all the assistance
in this or anv other way which I can.
I should judge that it would be al
least fourteen days before there could
be any attempt made to pull her off
and, of course, before that they must
ascertain the extent of the injuries
to her bottom."- Bulletin.
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MAKB REMITTANCES with Hank Money Orders. Wo
notice the people of this vicinity are getting the good habit of
coming to ua for a money order when they want to send
money away. They used to go to the postollice but now they
'know the Bank Money Order is the best It is the cheapest
and quickest way t send money. If the Bank Order is lost
you can immediately get a new one without cost or trouble
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Cord of Thank.
Mr. and Alrs.Wm.Vi.n Seggern wlh
to thank those who serl (Liwers and
assisted (luring the sad bereavement
caused by the death of their little
daughter on Tuesday of tins we tk.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monument Works, Ltd
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The cement sidewalk on High
street has been completed from the
corner of tlie Alaui Publishing C i's.
ollice to the court house grounds.
Korea has Geor to Help Save
The Korea, arriving this morning
from San Francisco, brought, down
more material to be used in the at
tempt to save the Manchuria and
the Sheridan. Superintendent Don
nely, of the transport service, was a
passenger on the Pacific Mail liner
and will take full charge of the work
of placing the anchor with, which it
is expected to pull the Shciidan off.
A full supply of heavy hawsers and
large anchors to bo used in this work
was on board and the preparations
for a strong effort to save the finest
of the transport fleet on the Pacific
will be made as soon as the necessary
anchors can be placed in position.
The Korea also brought down an
other five-ton anchor for use on the
Alanchuria and the preparations for
the pull on the big vessel are now
nearly completed. She has been very
lucky in th-T fact that there has been
no heavy weather since the first two!
days and is standing up splendidly
under tlie strain which she has ex
perienced. The revenueculter Manning, Capt.
Joynes, left this afternoon all o'clock
for the Alanchuria, whee the will
place lines on board and it is expect
ed that Thursday at high tide all will
be ready foi an attempt to pull, the
Restorer, Manning and Iroquois be
ing assisted by the htrain whk-li the
steam w inches will exert on the heavy
kedge anchors that Capt. Aletcaif
has laid. Practically all the freight
in the Alanchuria has been brought
in on the Alelanchinn and the Pion i r
and as soon as Capt. Aletcaif has all
his work finished he will have the
water pumped out and the remaining
coal thrown over the side, thus light-
The Kahului Railroad Co,
hereby gives notice that
special trains will be run
every Saturday from Ka
hului to Paia, Wailuku and
Puunene immediately after
the landing of the passen
ers from the S. S. Claudine.
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Iron I Inwrr Vihim, NHIei,
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Full line of popular brands ot
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7.35 9.40 2.35 5.10
7.47 9.55 2.47 5 22
7.50 10.15 2.50 5 25
8 05 10.35 3.05 5.40
8.15 10.50 3.15 5.45
8.52 11.30 3.52 (i 05
8.55 11.45 3.55
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8.30 10.30 3.30
8.45 10.45 3.45
Kihei trains Tuesday only and carry freight only.
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