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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1906
The word CREMO is perforated in tho
wrapper of ovory one of our celebrated
OtlEMO 5$ CIGARS. They have no
bands. Wo will not guarantee tho qual
ity of any banded imperforated
This is important to every smoker.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Cream'Plire Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
IfivQ Hides to us and you may feel
THv certain of fair treatment.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
. CORNER sWLbON
Corner Market and Main Sts. Wailuku, Maui
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OP
WELL KNOWN STANDARD RRANDS OF
WINES, WHISKEYS. CORDIALS,
LIQUEURS, RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 GLASSES 25c
SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
;,S. KIMURA, Proprietor.
When you want
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING HORSE SHOEING
H Main St. near Market,
& Liquor Co.
brand denotes quality
tis in regards tn vntir
HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 143. . .
your carriage repaired to last e
it to tho right shop.
Wailuku, Mau I
Continued from page i.)
'Mate control of tho several counties,
we believe that the laws should be
amended so that tho incomes tax of
corporations shall bo payable in
the county within which tho pro
perty of the corporation is situat
ed. Wo stand for the equality of
labor and capital, and wc uphold
tho Teraitorial executive in tho
strict enforcement of tho statute
requiring that all labor on public
works shall be pel formed by citi
zens of the United States, or those
eligible to become such.
We favor tho -rapid opening of
the public lands, and believe in
the disposal thereof to bona fide
settlers on the most favorable
We advocate that adequate ap
propriation bo made for the prompt
surveying and plotting of all lands
available for settlement. We will
urge through our delegate the
amendment by Congress of section
73 of the Organic Act, so as to give
to our Legislature the right to
amend the land laws.
The wide interest aroused for the
advancement of the public schools
shows that the people are alive to
the necessity for tho protection and
development of this great factor. of
our American progress.
We pledge our legislative repre
sentatives to the adoption of an ap
propriation that will secure for the
teachers of this Territory tho re
muneration which their training
and experience justifies under the
present rules and regulations of the
department of public instruction.
We favor the appointment of a
local board of education in each
county, which such board shall
have full char-o...Gl ine public
schools i" their respective counties,
under and subject to. such general
rules and regulations as may be
prescribed by the department ot
Wo favor tho extention of man
ual training in the public schools.
Hawaii lias reached the point in its
educational progress which war
rants tho establishment of a college
of agriculture and mechanical arts
on the same lines as the institutions
found in every state and territory
of the mainland under the Morril
Act, and later endorsed by the
United States Congress who obtain
1 J 1 P 1 1 1 T . .
eu uus ieucrai endowment, it is
necessary for the Territory to take
the initiative. Wo believe this can
bo best brought about by the Betting
aside of income producing public
lands, the returns from which shall
be permanently devoted to the
maintenance of such college.
And we pledge our candidates to
tho support of and executivo and
legislative policy which shall bring
About the desired results.
The promiscuous granting of li
censes for the salo of spirituous
liquors under tho present statute
whereby irresponsible pcrsonB are
enabled to sell an inferior quality
of intoxicants without discrimina
tion to the injury of the public at
large necessitates the careful revi
sion of the liquor law. We favor
tho enactment of a high license
law, with provision for the inspec
tion of liquors and such other pro
vifions as will properly safeguard
tho tratlic and prevent its abuse.
Wo favor tho enactn cut by Con
gress of the Refund Hill, by tho
terms of which 75 of tho customs
receipts collected in this Territory
shall bo expended here.
Wo favor tho enactment of a gen
eral primary law for this Territory,
under which tho nomination of
candidates for the legislature and
elective oflices shall bo made di
rectly by tho voters.
We favor liberal appropriation
for tho maintenance of our unfor
tunate fellow citizen? who are se
gregated at Kalaupapa and Kala
wao, and advocato tho continuanci
of federal assistance ir. the attempt
to find a cute for their malady.
Wo advocato a suitable emergen
cy appropriation to bo at tho dis
posal of the Board of Health for
the purposo of guarding against
Wo advocato further improve
ment of our harbors wharfage, and
landing facilities throughout tho
Territory. The erection of needed
public buildingB and other necessa
ry public works.
Wo favor a Territorial appropri
ation for the purpose of assisting
in the maintenance of tho work of
tho Hawaiian Promotion Commit
Wo desire legislative, investiga
tion into tho matter of private
wharves and landings, with a view
to the regulation of charges at the
same, and to consider the feasibil
ity of the acquisition thereof by
We endorse the measure intro
duced by our delegate in Congress
asking the appropriation of the
sum of $250,000 for former Queen
Liliuokalaui, and in the meantime
favor the continuance by the legis
lature of the present appropriation.
We oppose and denounce all
trusts, monopoly and combination
of capital as they tend to control
supplies, increase prices, lower
wages and check the opportunities
Wo favor tho appointment of a
commission for the purposo of con
sidering the subject of taxation,
and to report at the following ses
sion of the legislature, recommend
ing ways and means for the revi
sion and improvement of the tax
system of this Territory.
Wo ask the support of all voters'
who desire and believe in an hon
est, eflicient andeconomical adinin
ietration of affairs for the candi
dates of tho Republican Party, who
stand pledged to the foregoing plot
form. When tho chairman announced
that nominations for a delegate to
f digress were in ordor Rev. Desha
of Ililo arose and- addresscd tho
convention in his native Hawaiian
tongue, speaking eloquently of tho
work accomplished by the Dele
gate during the years ho has been
in Washington, and of his firncss
for the leadership of tho party. lie
spoke for forty-five minutes and
his wittv remarks brought forth
many rounds of applause.
Hon. II. P. Baldwin moved that
all who were in favor of Kahmi-
anaole arise. This was seconded
by Lovcl of Kauai. The-motion
was carried unanimously, and as
they did so they gave three cheers
and a tiger for the choice of tho
Republican Party of the Territory,
Jonah Kuhio Kaliinianaole.
With one accord the convention
sang Hawaii Ponoi.
Kalanianaolc thanked the con
vention for tho honor of again be
ing their standard b;arer, but said
the most important duty the peo
pie of tho Territory had to perform
was to nominato good clean men
for .the Legislature and Senate, as
they are in "a position to do tho
greatest or the most harm, as they
follow their natural inclinations,
Ho received enthusiastic applause.
On nominations of tho various
districts tho following were ap
pointed as mombers of tho Terri
torial Central Committee:
First District. J5. G. McCann,
S. L. Desha, James Mattoon, J.
Second District. J. K. Nahale,
II. L. Ilolstein, II. II. Ronton.
Third District. W. T. Robinfon,
G, II. Dunn, J. K. Nahelo, II. R.
Meyer, J. P. Cockett, John Kalino.
Fourth District. 15. 11. Hendry,
Win. Savage, W. T. Rawlins, W.
It. Farrington, Sam Mundon, C. G.
Balcntine, A. G. M. Robertson.
Fifth District A. S. Mahaulu,
E. J Crawford, John C. Lano.
Sixth District. George Makakoa,
A Knudscn, J. Opfergelt.
At tho closo of tho convention
tho Executivo Committee met and
elected A. G. M. Roqortson, Chair
man; John C. Lane, Vice-President;
Wm. Savage, Secretary; W.
It. Farrington, Treasurer.
Tho members of tho convention
waited outside until tho Executive
Committee had adjourned and then
all went up town to tho Armory
where a luau was in waiting for
all of tho delegates.
The luau was a decided success,
and after it was over tho members
attended a church fair given by
the Catholic Ladies Aid Society.
Iloro a jolly good timo was en
joyed to the great financial advan
tage of tho ladies.
Some of tho boys took some of
the torches of the ladies and form
ing an immense procession march
ed through tho town cheering
everything and everybody.
The most bewildered police olli
cer st en in Wailuku for many a
day was Manuel Scqueira, who
happening to come within their,
march Was surrounded and march
ed to one of the booths, and mada
to buy some of tho paper tlowors
for sale. Tho boys then gave hint
three cheers and a tiger and allow
ed him' to depart.
At a Into hour most of the dele
gates took the Kinau and returned
to their homes well satisfied with
tho result of their labors and thd
COUNTY REPUBLICAN CONVEN
TION. The Republicans lirld tlioir convent
tion in the Knights of Pythias build
ing Inst Monday and nominated
County and district oflieors for the
coming campaign. Before the voting
of lhi convention Uio different dele
gallons went into caucus and practi
cally agreed on their choice for the
nominees for the conventio .
Up to the time of this caucus it
was not definitely known who tho
nominees for several of tho district
offices would be. The Molokai dele
gnt ion soon agreed on their choice
and Flnna did the same while Wai
luku District not only made its choice
for tho district olllcers but 'on the
nomination of W. J. Coellio by .1. B
Thompson, assistant manager of the
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
Company, decided .oh .him as iheii
choice for I lit office of senator.
Hon. IJ. P. Baldwin wis elected
temporary chaiitnan and S. Keliinoi
M. II. Reiner, W. Henning. J,
Freitas, J. K. Nakaleka, and D. C,
Lindsay were appelated a committee
on c- cdcntials.
Senator A. N. Hayselden, R. A
Wadsworth, W. P. Ilaia, T. M
Church. T. T. Meyers, J. D. McVeigh
and II. P. Baldwin were appointed a
committee on rules and ordor of bus
- On the perfecting of the temporary
organization Judge A. N. Kepoikai
was unanimously elected as chairman
of tlio convention. A. N. Hayselden,
vice chairman; S. Keliinoi Secretary,
anil W. Homing, Treasurer.
A recess was then taken until 1:30,
On the reconvening of the conven
tion W. J. Coellio was tho only nom
luce of the convention as senator and
as the: e were no other uominat'ons
ho was nominated by acclamation.
Mr. Ccelho was elected to ti e h-uso
two years ago and has the reputation
of being an incessant worker. In fie
Wailuku District -Improvement As
sociation ho h lped to accomplish
much good for tho improvement of
the town. Coellio is a natural born
politician, and a sure winner at tho
polls next November.
J. K. Nakaleka was unanimously
nominated for theofDco of represent
ative from Molokai and should receive
the support of every voter who has
the welfare of the County at heart.
Philip Pali, the watch dig of tho
house is so well known and has done
his work so well" that little need tie
said of him except that h.s has been
in the house for long time and has
proven himself one of tho best men
the house has ever had. M. P. Wai
wuiole, John Kaluna, J, Kanainu
Kapoi and Antono Gomes should re
ceive the heartiest support of all and
should and will all be elected. Th so
men arc so superior to those put up
by the Home Rulers that thoro is no
comparison between them. Lot every
one vote for them to a man and elect
County Office Pi.
The county officers elested at the
last election were all renominated for
tho same offices they now hold, and
will all bo elected. These men with
out a singlo exceptiou sVould bo re
turned to their respective offices as
a rewt rd for tho able manner in
which they havo conducted the affairs
of their oflices. It is a sound political
custom of the States that any officer
who administers his olllco success
fully shall be returned to his office for
at least a second torm, as a reward
for nis services, and as an incentive
to others to do the same. This policy
will doubtless be followed here, mid is
a policy that all should follow.
Thoso renominated are:
Sheriff, W. E. SafTery; Treosurer,
L. M. Baldwin; Auditor, Charles Wll
cox; Attorney, D. 1. Case; Clerk,
W. F. Kuuo. ,
District officers, Molokai, Super"
visor, T. T. Meyer; Deputy Sheriff J.
Liihalna. Supervisor, Wm. Hen
nhig; Deputy Sheriff, C. R. Lindsay.
Wailuku. Supervisor, S. E. Kaiue;
Deputy Sheriff, Charles Lake.
Makawao. Su ervisor, Thos. M.
Church; Deputy Sheriff, E. Morton.
Hnna. Supervisor, W. P. tip la;
Deputy Sheriff, F. Witlrock. ?
After tho nominations, the Terri
torial platform was read and ap
proved as a whole, and a voto of
.thanks to the Knights of Pythias
was unanimously extended for the
free Use of tho hall.
The chair appointed the following
as members of the county central
committee: Charles Gay, R. C.
Scarlo, Wm. Henning, J. W. L.
Mnrshall, R. A. Wadsworth, H. P.
Baldwin, D. W. Napihnii, Moses M.
Kekua, D. H. Kaualoku, S. If. Pupu
hi, E. R. Keeke, W. F. Pogue, II. A.
Baldwin, David Morton, W. A.
Sparks, Guy Goodness, S. K. Kikn
liunii, Ed. K. Devnuchoil", W. S.
Paupu, J. D. McVeigh.
T. M. Courch then moved that in
case ol a vaerncy the executive com
mittee be and is hereby authorized
to fill such vacancy. Carried.
The central committee then elected
an Executive Committee consisting
of II. P. Baldwin, President; Win.
Henniiig, Vice President; R. A.
Wadsworth, Secretary; and II. P.
These members with D. 11. Kaua
loku, H. A. Baldwin, J. r. McVeigh,
and R. C. Searlo constit to the exe
cutivo committee of thu County.
One brjwn leather Suit Case, be
tween Mnalnea Landing and Wailu
ku. Saturday September 8th 190G.
Finder pleaso leave at the News
olficr. and receive reward. 2t.
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fresh, pure mill-, or fresh milk
Tel. IG6 Makawao
BISMARK STABLES CO.Ud
and SALES STABLES
The BISMARK STABLES
opposes to run the Leadino Liveuy
Staule Business on MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
Excursion Rates to lao and Ha'o
akala with competent guides
NEW RIGS- -NEW TEAMS
Patronize local men t
Don't, send to Hoi cli.Iu
when yon can insure at home.
F. I. KOSECRANS,
Local Agent New York Lif
ICE CREAM PARLOR
SUCCESSOR TO CHONG CHUNG
FRESH SODA WATER
CANDY, TOBACCO, CIGARS,
FRESH CAKES TO ORDER,
Market Street, Wailuku.
H. OKAMURA, Propritor.
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and at Paia and Hamaknapoko on
Wednesdays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, ECCS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC.
Telephone Orders to
A. H. Landgraf,
I'kopkiutok KAII.UA farm.
Telephone No. 359.