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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1906
THE MAUI NEWS
MuMl-i rr. Coki
L'dltor nnd V nnner
OCTOBER "27, 1!K)0
Compare tlics Wo give below side by suln the names of I h
Ticket. Republican and Home llule candidates for
election to bo held November (I'll, 1900, iu the County of Maui:
Wailuku S. E. Kaiue
Makawao T. M. Church
liana V. P. Uaia
Lahahaina Wm. llonning
Moldkai Thoo. Meyers
DKl'l" TV SIIKlilVl's
Wailuku Chas. Luke
Makawao Edgar Morton
liana F. Wit truck
Lahaina C. i. Lindsay
Molokai J. II. Ma'noo
County Sheriff W. E. SalTery
" Clerk W. F. Kane
" Auditor Chas. Wilcox
Attorney D. II. Case
" TrcasuMf L. M. Mad win
W. J. Coelho
UKVH KS KN TA I'I V I'.S
A. J. domes
M. V. Waiwaiolo
HOME RULE TICKET
W. 11 Corn well
J. Ahulii Sr.
J. K. Hanutiu
J. W. Kalua
1). P. Kapewa
M. K. Keoliokalole
J M. Vivas (Ind.)
T. B. Lyons
U. J. K. Nawahine
J. K. Uihio
1). 11. Kalian lobo
(1. P. Kauiinakaolo
J. E. K.kipi
All who are tictpiaintoJ with the candidates on bo h .sides will be
able to see at a glance that tho Republican list of candidates, both
County and Legislative, average far ahead of tho Home Rule can
didates. There can bo no question about it! Allot the Republi
can Countv officers on tho ticket, excepting Kaiue, Supervisor for
Wailuku, Wm. P. Uaia, Supervisor for liana, and Charles Lake,
Deputy Sheriff for Wailuku, have been County Ollicers the past 15
months and their excellent record speaks for itself. 'Ihey have
been highly complimented by the other Counties of the Territory
for the business like and elllcient way in which they have conduct
ed the affairs of the County.
Vote tho straight Republican ticket for County and the Legisla
ture even if you should not favor all the names on the ticket! Vote
the straighr. Republican ticket and thus have a solid body or Kopu
blicans for the County and the Legislature to look out for tho in
terests of the County of Maui! If you elect a mixed lot of Repub
licans and Home Rulers they will accomplish but little for trie goon
"of the County. Harmony among men allied in business or in Gov
ernment affairs is one of the first requisites, if anything is to be
accomplished and thowork is to go smoothly!
Our County The day of election is drawing near and the peo
0??icers - pio of Maui will soon cast their votes and decide
whom they will choose as their officers for the ensuing two years.
While some of the candidates running on the Republican ticket
are new to the offices they seek we have every reason tc be lieve
they will if elected make good records and accomplish much for
the welfare of the people of Maui. Tho records of the Republicans
in the past have been excellent while our Home Rule friends made
a most dismal failure when they were in powor and so disgraced
the Hawaiian people with their foolish antics that many intelligent
Hawaiians were ashairea of the party and cast their lot with the
Republican party, the party that accomplishes results instead of
"wasting time in iulo vaporings and promises to voters that can
not be fulfilled. ' '
No County in tho group has had so complete an example of what
Republican administration means as has the County of Maui and
who is so ignorant as not to know that from one end i the group
to the other the whole people with one acoord have acknowledged
that Maui has been the most convincing proof of tho excellence of
In Hawaii and O.ihu mixed tickets were elected and what was
Qurrels und dissentions, political conniving at the expeivse of
the taxpayers, and the waste of public funds in settling their petty
differences in the courts.
Maui on the other hand has made great strides in advance. She
has greatly improved her roads and bridges. She has given em
ployment to hundreds of men at good wages and has turned none
away who wore willing to work and will in future have employ
merit for all who may seek employment within' her bounds. Her
officers have been true to their trusts. They have fulfilled every
obligation to the people. They have been kind, considerate and
courteous at all times and have been as obliging as any set of officers
in any County in the states. There is not a single exception to
be made in speaking of the County Officers and every one deserves
not only the vote of every citizen in tho County but it is the duty
of each one of us to work with our fellow citizens to secure thoir
return to their respective offices and then assist them in making
Maui tho best conducted County in tho group.
O r nur iviVTnTici
WAILUKU CASH STORE
are beginning' to be tho fashion and we, who
liave always been reasonable m on charges,
wish to call .your attention to these articles
which are used as examples:
Stp Kerosene Oil at - $2.25 per cse.
Golden Gate Flour t - $1.0 per sack.
Carnation Cream at - - - lOcts. a tin.
Choice Island Butter at - - ttOcts. alb.
Can you beat this?
,lloine Rule Meet.
Chaih's Notify, the Home RaIc
candidate for delegate to Congress
Was in Wailuku this week and held
a meeting on' Market Street to a
fairy good sized nud'.cnce even though
he failed to amuse the old time en
In order to draw a crowd a lunu
was jiiven in the old Iao Saloon build
ing after which the audience lined up
on Market street. Luluka was Not-
ley's campaign boss at the pow wow.
Every time the tire and vim of the
ora or from the Ililoniau shores were
about to iro out, Luluka would pat
him on the back, pouring in awntoot
tablet, and I he speaker would emit
fiery eruptions of lyva and brim
stone ajjairsl the Republicans, the
75 per cr-i.t. Refunding Hill, and
the million dollar fire claims which
the Republicans got for the Territory.
Charlie, .lay by Luluka, he is a bird.
"Hirds of a feather flock together.'
Some of the interested spectators
asked Notlcy to inform the people as
to the shortage) in the Hilo Custom
house some years ago when he was
there. This was not to Notleys Ul"
ing and he proceeded to roast ihe
Republicans whom he" knew to b
oppo :inn him hut made no ehafL'cs
worth not icing and yielded the Ho c
to the local Tom Law ,on of W.iiUaou.
lit bellowed like a mad hull against
Hon. II. P. Haldwin, County Jfingi
neer Hugh Howell, and the lour
Republican members of the Hoard
of Supervisors, whom he could not
bulldcz. R. W. Howell, the sewing
machine man, ran the machine for
Billy, and if ever there was machine
polities on Maui it was run for
the first time the other night bv
a real live machine man, who had
used too much machine oil on himsell,
instead of applying it on h'u eanditate.
Like Luluka, the machine man
supplied the fuel every time the
"Tom Lawson"of V.'aikapu was aboui
to fall down from mere exhaustion,
for he knew und felt that he was using
his weak ammunition against the
solid phalanx of Republican forces
which were as impregnable as Gibraltar.
Mr. end Mrs. J. N. S. Williams
returned to Puunene last Saturday
per Claudine after an enjoya'-le va
Mr. Williams travelled through the
Stales visiting Cinclnat ti, Dos tor,
Washington and New. York return
ing to Honolulu from San Francisco
on the Alameda.
Mr. Hen Williams has recovered
from his indisposition nndh out again
from the Hospital.
Mrs. Moloney and her litllo son of
Lahaina are visiting Mr. an 3 Mr?.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mavfield left
last week for the States to be absent
Dr. Sawyer returned from a visit
to Honolulu per Kinau.
He mre and be there at the Garden
Party given at Mrs. J. II. Raymon l's
Do it now. Make up your mind
to vote the straight Republican
Portuguese Club Meets.
Tuesday evening the Portuguese
Republican Club of Wailuku met in
ihe rooms of the Republican County
Committee and discussed various
matters of importance.
The attendance was the largest the
Club ever had, there being about
forty members present. The Club
i lumi nously passed a motion pledg
ing itself to vote thestiaight Repub
lican tick lit at the cot.nng elections.
The members were addressed on
the pr'neiph's of 'tepublicnniMii and
the benefits to be derived from that
party by the Hon. H. P. Baldwim
who was very enthusiastically re
ceived Mr. Baldwin's words were
taken much to heart by his listeners.
A gland mass meeting will be held
on Market stt-et tonight under the
auspices of the club and the public of
Wailuku, irrespective oi race or
yarty, is requested to be present to
listen to the speukers.
The coming event of the Season
was fittingly celebrated by a very
successful and thoroughly enj yable
Dance at Puunenn Mill Oct. 20th.
The sugar room was artistically
decorated with flags, bunting and
evergreens converting it into a verit
ablo bower of beauty.
Tho floor was planed and waxed
and in perfect condition. Very satis
factory music was dispensed by an
orchestra cf Plantation t dent.
Mr. J. U. Thomson acted as floor
manager and dispensed his dut'es as
sucn iu hit usual very competent and
Free trains were provided for the
convenience of the guests who came
from Waiiuku, Kahului, Sprcckrls
ville, Paia and Makawao.
At 11 p. m. supper was served,
and dancing was continued until the
wue small hours of the morn,
A special meeting of the Puunene
Athletic Assn. was hold last week to
consider a proposition of players
coming hrre from the English TenrW
Club of Hour lulu to contest their
strength wit h the local players. Their
c' alli'iige was accepted and a trophy
will be put up or the winucr.
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Don't be a pelican and swallow
all Cornwcll tells j-ou.
Dance At Puunene.
A very delightful dance was given
in the sugar room of the mill tv tl e
boys iu token of some future cent
which we h ' e will cot b. very far
I) spile the heavv rs.ins people
came from Paia Wailuku and wny
stations' to attend it. The dance
started at 8 P. M. and the cojples
tripped the "Lir.ht fantastic" until
the wee hours of the morning.
The hall was beautifully decorated
with (lags and bunting numerous
Japanese paper flowers hui.g amid
the fl igs. At the back of the musi
cians stand hung two large American
and Hawaiian (lags while the end of
the hall was a large American flag.
The excellent music was furnished
t.y a club of musicians under the
leadership of Mr. Harry Daniels.
Light refreshments were served at
MiK'h credit and thai ks must be
given the boys of Puunvne for the
enjoyable evening they provided foi
MAKB RCMITTANCDS with Bank Money Orders. We
notice the people of this vicinity arc getting the good habit of
coining to u for a money order when they want to send
money a way. They used to go to the postoflice but now they
know the Bunk Money Order is the bc't It is the cheapest
and quickest way 1 1 send money. If the Bank Older is lost
von can immediately not a new one without cost or trouble
Approves McGregors Landing.
Superintendent of Public Works, C.
S. Holloway arrived on Maui, Tues
day evening ami made a trip to Mc
Gregors landing the following day to
inspect the approach to the landing
that has just been completed there
by contractor A. do Rsgo. The work
was found to be completed in a first
class manner and was officially ap
proved. As the steamers can anchor
near the new wharf, passengers and
the mail reach town sooner tnan thev
formerly did when comhg by way of
Superintendent Holloway spent
some time in town and left for Laha
ina Thursday afternoon.
The work on the approach has
just been completed and the new
wharf was opened to the public tra
flic on tho 22ud instant, while the
old landing at Maalaea was abandon
ed on that date.
The Lahaina National Bank
f IN D
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF WAILUKU, MAUI.
Ole Amundsen was in tnr-n this week
from Puunene. He is suffering with
rhumat ism and may go to the const
for 'a short slny in the hope of regain
ing his health.
II. A. Baldwin and M'-s. Baldwin
and son spent a pleasant day up Iao
on Monday. Thev were accompanied
by W. S. Bliss and children.
Mr. S. S. Paxson is registered at
the Maui IP-lel.
C. E. Haynes has just returned
from San Francisco where he iwent
the first of September.
M. Keclen has i oturne l from Kauai
were he secured a contract, forlav'ing
a pipe line for the Kekaha-Sugar
Company. The contract is i:n exten
sive affair nnd will require many rm-n
f r months 1o complete tne work.
He v ill employ Maui men to do the
work and will leave here shortly
The Young mens Republican Club
Supervisor Cornwcll announced i i
a public speech in Wailuku Wednes
day evening said that ho had been in
office now for fifteen months and
had not ye', laid an egg but had made
a nest. The voters would like to know'
whether this "moa waihine" his
feathered that nest or is he waiting
for the assistance of Uahinui and
A case of diptheria is reported to
be in Lahaina.
A luau was given at McGregors
landing on the 22nd instant to cele
brete the coinplet ion of the approach.
A Japanese child a Waikapu was
drowned iu a small ditch Monday.
The child was h?ss than two years of
age and evidently fell .nto the water
that had been dammed up for do
mestic purposes. When found it was
oo late to resuscitate the child
although every effort was made to do
The Masons will occupy their new
temple for the first time on the eighth
of November. They will celebrate
the event with becoming ceremonies.
A twenty five ton steam plow- was
received by the Wailuku Plantation
Emmc Naone, a daughter of A. B.
Naone, uied last Saturday from
She has been unwell for p long
time but was well enough to attend
school a few days before her death,
George Weight is improving rapid
ly a t his home.
Puiwa died at his home Sunday
He was buried the folbwing day.
The board of Inspectors of the Wai -luku
District have hung up for the
inspection of the public three copies
of the lists of registered "voteri of
the precinct. One is at the Court
House, one is at the Tost Office and
one is at the County Supervisors
Jime Efable-3Cahului Railroad Company
STATIONS M" Pi,s- V M- ,
Pas. Fit. Pas.
Kahului Leave 7.00 2.00
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 2.12
Wailuku Leave 7.20 2.20
Kahului Arrive 7.32 2-32
Kahului Leave 7.35 9.40 2.35 5.10
Sp'villo Arrive 7.47 J.55 2.47 5.22
Sp'ville Leave 7.50 10.15 2.50 5 25
Paia Arrive 8.05 10.35 3.05 5.40
Paia Leave 8.15 10.50 3.15 - 5.45
Sp'ville Arrive 8.35 3.35
Sp'ville Leave 8.40 3.40
Kahului Arrive 8.52 . 11.30 3.52 G.05
Kahului Leave 8.55 11.45 3.55
Wailuku Arrive 9.10 12.00 4.10
Wailuku Leave 9.20 12.20 4.15
Kahului Airive 9.35 12.35 4.30
Kihci trains Tuesday only and carry freight only.
Kahului Railroad Company
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Ltd. ; ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Line of Sailing Vessels Betweer
San Francisco and the Hawaiian Islands; AMERICAN-HAWAII AN STEAMSHIP CO
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Importers nnd Dealers In
NOR WEST and REDWOOD LUMBER in all sizes rough and surfaced. SASH. DOORS and BI INE
in Cedar nnd Redwood. CEDR A ULDING S cr.d INSIDE FINISHING LUMBER, also a full line
CORRUGATED IRON, (5 ALVA NZ ED IRON, ZINC, GALVANIZED IRON PIPE COAL TAR
CLIENT, OILS juid PAINTS, FENCE WIRE and STAPLES: NAILS PITCH, OAKUM, Etc! Etc.