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THE MAUI NEWS
.SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1907
THE MAUI NEWS
nU'tvil at tho l'usl Ollioo nt Wmltiku, M ini, lliwiii, as si-coiiil-il iss tiwitU-r.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
Won 1 Fuklisliinr Company, Limite-d.
Proprietors ntici lnfcllsl-irs.
The columns of tlic N i:vs admit cuiiiinunio:ttion m piTtinutit topics. Write only
on one side of piipi-r. Sign your iiittiK' which will he held confidential it desired.
Supsciition Uatks, in Ai'VAM'K $2 "0 per Year, 1.50 Six Months
Ildltor and vonnn;ir
- Al'lilL 27, 1
Governor Vetoes Electric .A I'ill granting n francliisi? to a
Franchise Kill. number of representative! people
of Wailuku and Central Maui to enable them to esta'.-.'isli tin elec
tric light and power plant for the towns of Wailuku and Kahului,
was recently introduced into the Legislature. The. bill was drawn
in the usual form and as it would be of great benetit lo the towns
in question, and possibly to t lie promoters, the passage of the act
was looked forward to with approval by practically all of the people
of Central Maui.
Those who had tried to get franchises in the past were sceptical
as they well knew the attitude of certain vested interests and felt
that every obstacle would be thrown in the way to prevent the
passage of the bill.
Amongst other things a bill was introduced into the Legislature
called the General Franchise Hill, the terms of which were so drawn
that it would give to the corporations established on the various
Islands and already using electricity for their own private pur
poses, what amounts to exclusive rights to their own particular
This scheme was detected n time and defeated by those who
stood for the rights of the people as opposed to the interest of
corporations. The bill in question, known as Senate Bill No. 04,
was passed by both Houses wit hout a dissenting vote and went to
the Governor for his signature. The Governor vetoed the bill and
we would like to call attention to the reasons given which read as
MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR.
"The day will come when this community will rcgres the issuance
of franchises now in existence. Under tho present method of ob
taining a franchise there is divided responsibility. It is but natural
to think that Congress will safeguard our future and that we need
pay but little attention to those matters here, whereas, when Con
gress is presented with a bill carrying a franchise requiring its
approval, the same having already been passed by the 'lerritorial
Legislature, they of course consider it fully represents all local
demands and may hesitate to interfere.
"Few realize the value of perpetual franchises, such as have
already been obtained. It may be said that Congress is supreme
and can abrogate them, but even Congress is subject to the check
of the Federal Supreme Court, and the question of vested rights
is a strong one. We should see to it that every franchise passed
locally receives the greatest scrutiny and protects in every way
possible the rights of the people.
Prominent persons have repeatedly tried to get franchises in
the past for the purpose of furnishing light and power for the
town of Wailuku, but heretofore havo failed through tho opposition
of those who would have been better advised had they helped the
proposition along. News has been received that both the House
and Senate bave overridden the Governor's veto and this is as
it should be for the towns of Wailuku and Kahului cannot help but
be benefited by the establishment of an enterprise such as is con
templated by the promoters.
Promotion "A pink shirtwaist and a plain white vest
In Excelsis. In a laundry met one day."
That's the way the song goes in ''The Grand Mogul," the newest
musical comedy tickling New York crowds, in which the Governor
of Hawaii is made a sacrifice to the glorious cause of promotion of
a knowledge of these islands. Maud Lillian Herri, on the stage, is
the daughter of the Governor of Hawaii (but she doesn't marry
any Jap in the last act). The play, as described in the New York
Sunday World of March 31, reveals palm trees, hula hula girls and
Uncle bam s pavy to great advantage, the throne in tne piece is
modeled after that once known in the Honolulu palace, although
the character of the Governor of Hawaii is not modeled after Lai
ter. Thus does King George become a martyr to promotion. In
this role he may still live to be a blessing to his country. Referee.
He might if he would only accept his own resignation.,
would like however, to know that it is dated
VIENNA, April 20. The anti-Mai'var movement here is rovintr in
intensity. There are popular disturbances.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 20. The Oceanic steamship Sierra will pro
bably be placed on the Honolulu run.
WASHINGTON, April 22. There is a hitch in the Central Amencan
peace negotiations. The Nicaraguau Government is demanding that Sal
vadar be held responsible for the war.
SAN JUAN, April 22. A drought on the sugar plantations is greatly
Injuring caue. It is estimated that foi ty per cent of the season's crop will
Circuit Court notes.
OOOOOO OOOOOO OS 0&&$
If there is anything you desire that is not earned
O in stock, remember that a word to us is all that is
T . till .1
q necessary, we n to tne rest.
We carry all the staple groceries, as well as the
O fancy. Dry Goods, Gent's Furnishings, Hardware, )
q ii ay and un
We are headquarters for Baseball roods.
O WAILUKU CASH STORE.
Jnaipiin. Garcia was appointed ad
minis! rator of the estate of IJelhio
de Avriro, late of l'aia, Maui, de
ceased. J. L. Coke for petitioner.
Final Accounts of Jos F. Welch,
Kxeeutor of the Will of Iokama Ke
kua, late of Wailuku, deceased, was
heard, and sa'd accounts having been
1 uly examined and passed upon by
the Clerk, as Master, and found cor
rect, said executor was discharged,
and his bond cancelled.
Circuit Court Clerk Hart, acting
as commissioner of tho Court in the
hind suit of Kaae v. Richardson etal,
lecompanied by attorneys Coke and
Case, visited Lahaina for the purpose
of lukiuu the deposition of Patrick
Siiaw. oiv of the witnesses for Plain?
tilT, who is quite ill. The hearing of
this case will be hud at Lahaina,
A decree of absolute divorce was
irn nled Make Kui ikawa from Kuri
kawa Santaro upon the grounds of
utter and wilful desertion. D. If.
Case for Libellant.
At the direction of the Court, the
Jury Commissioners have handed iu a
list of names of persons to make up
the full number of Grand and Trial
Jurors for 1!I07, iu place of those
legally disqualified to act as such,
the names to be added being: Grand:
W. K. liuehunan W. A. Engle, J. K.
Kanookele, C. D. Lufkin, A. G.
Dickins, Patrick Cockett, Win.
Walsh, J. W. Wrenn, E. C. Threfall,
John Chalmers, D. 13. Murdoek, E.
A. Reck; Trial: E. II. Cockett, D. A.
Christianson, C. M. Roberts, John
KVrrcira, Frank Medeirns. Danh 1
Quill, J. K. Smythe, Sr.,C. C. Kruin
baar, A. 1). Furtado.
GREAT VOTING CONTEST
FOR HIE SOLE PURPOSE OF LEARNING
"WHO'S WHO" ON MAUI
Will Hot u en With u Bride.
George It. Henderson, the manager
of the Hygeia Soda & Ice Works, left
for flilo Tuesday where he was to
have been married on the 24th in
stant. He and Mrs. Henderson will
go at once to the Volcano where they
will spend their honeymoon. After
which they will return to Kahului
where a residence has been fitted up
.All Kamehamena fcehool boys on
Maui, Preparatory or Manual, wheth
or graduates or not, are hereby re
quested to communicate by phone or
mail with S. Keliinoi Wailuku, Maui.
Services at Island Churches
OlIL'HCll Otf HOI.Y 1KNOCKNTH, LAHAINA
Canon A. II. Wuymouih, Rector.
Holy Communion, ?:tXJ A. M. every Sunday
SuLduy School lll:ir A.M. Morning service 1 1 :(tu
A.M. livening Proyor, 4:.'l P. M. During Ail
veut uud Leulcn season Kpoclal week day services.
KAAIIUMANU Clll'HI'H, Waii.dkd
Kev. J. Nun, Pastor.
Sunday seUoul, M:3U A. M. Morning service 11
A. M. Y. P .S. C K. front 7:UU P. M. to Mill I1
M. Afternoon service, Wailuku, Sunday School
i:UU P. M. Hevival moutiui 3:tiu P. M. All welcome..
POItl XCDKSR pKOTKSTANT MISSION PAIA
M. ti.Sautos, Evangelist. S. School lit. a . m.
Gospel preaching, II, a. iu.. Prayer Meeting
7-.m t'.M., s. bcuooi at JlamaUuutHiku at '! P.m.
OOOOOO OCSOOO OOOOOO
Wainee cittmcii, Lahaina
Rev. S. Kupu, Pator.
huuilay school, :SJ A. M. Morning service
U:UU A. M. V. P. B.C. K. at 1:1m 1:. M. Wed
nesday afternoon, Prayer Meeting ut 3::i P. M.
Thursday teruoon, Women's Meeting, 3:30 1'.
M. Friday atlernoou, Cholrliehearsul 3:3u P. M
Human Catholic Ciiukch, Lahaina.
Kev. i'uther Oliver.
First Mass, week days (WW. A. M. Sundays and
holidays, IU:IIJ A. M. Ileuedictioii g :i0 p, ui
Meetings at Salvation Army Hall, M.irUcl
St., 8 P. M. every Saturday. Suuday Junior
at i P. M. Sab atiou uiceuug at St p. .u.
St. Anthony's Ciii ik h, Waili ku
Se day Service. Communion, ; KJ A. M.l blltl
reu's lass, S:3 A. M. Instruction ic Kngllsh.
Second Mas.-., 10:IAI A. M. Scrmou in lluttuiiau
uud Portuguese. After Mass. benediction. 11:41
A. M., Koscry and instruction for natives week
days Mass 6. A. M. Holidays falling xluriug
wee'; Communion at b: A. M. Muss at UUOA.
UNION' CIU'KCH, WAILUKU.
Kev. Kuwland 11. Dodge, Pastor. Preachiua
Service as u-.ual tT30 P. M
Tut i.'iii'uc'u or rim lioun SiiKriiKitu
Kev. Cation Ault, Keclor.
Holy Couimutiion, 1st, 3rd, 4th. !ih Sunday at 7
A. M. '..'ltd Suutlay ul 11 A. M. Matins & Scrmou
at 11 A. M. Children's service, 1st siiLdny at i
P. M. Kvcusou' and Sermon ul Puuucue, ?::lo.
llolv lijjs, Holy Communion ul 7 A M. Daily
Matins a t 7 ::).
1 ( 1 1
1st Prize A Handsome Uedroom Set, valued at $100.00
2nd " A Complete Set of Dishes 50.00.
15 yards Hest Silk (eolor to suit) '20.00
" A handsome (Sold Handled Umbrella (with Monogram of winner) 15.00
" One bair Best .Japanese lliee
" One Hammoek 50
" 1 Fine Straw Hat for (ientlemon or I pair Shoos for Lady.. 4.00
Total Value of Prizes S200.00
If you don't do it now, you're a nur. This is tho last week
for casli votes which closes April 30th. Then yen havo a final
week to May Sth at 5 p. ni. to gather in any votes that may bo
limiting, around, but if you don't get busy now you won't bo in it.
T. 1!. Lyons 713fi
T. IJurlem 5'JSS
P. fi. Meyer 3."78
W. H. Roiiers 3:!4:i
He.'. G. Tanaka 31 (!H
W. !.. Ikil 22 IB
M. Vieira 1711(1
'!. M. Coke 720
W. I,. Mobsman (illo
Total . 31,014
MAU! DRY GOODS & GF'OCliRY CO.
WAILUKU CASH STORE,
M. D. G. & G. Co's SHOli STORE.
The Progress Stores.
Empty Paint Pots suitable for
Flower Pots for sale by J. A.
fl A PJilS, the Painter, Kahului.
The Kahului Hlaeksmith S':op is
now open and ready for business. A
competent man is in charge. Horse
shoeing a specially.
D. T. CAREY.
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk,or fresh milk
Tel. IOG MaKavvao
Fine Job Printing at ttia
Maui Publishing Co.
We sell California and Hawaiian
Fruits and Vegetables. General Mer
chandise and Fancy Dress Goods.
Hats and Shoes. Give us a call.
WAI KEE COMPANY,
AH LEONG, Manager.
N.-xtdoorto Maui Meat Market
you thought you could get better goods, better service, better prices by changing
grocers, would you get a divorce ? From the other grocer
give us a trial order, we would be "Dc-Iighted to convince you that wc
arc headquarters for "best things" at a saving in price "worth while".
Our Groceries present a clear,
fresh, appetizing appearance. If
you want things at reasonable
cost come to us and let us sat-
To Arrive per Str. Claudine:
California and Eastern Oysters in tins,
Oranges and Apples,
Swiss, California Cream, Edam, Pine
apple, Limlmrfrer, McClaren's, Roque
fort, German Breakfast, Sierra, Uric
Primo Rose Hams and Bacon,
Coverlet wurst, Holland Herring,
Mackerel, German Dill Pickles, etc.
The Pioneer Store
Sfime Sfable3Caliului Slailroad Company
STATIONS A- M- I?8' I; M' Pas.
Pas. Fit. Pas.
Kahului Leave 7.1)0 ! 2.00
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 2.12
Wailuku Leave 7.20 ' 2.20 i
Kuhului Arrive 7.32 2.32
Kahului Leave 7.35 !i. JO 2.35 5.10
Sp'villc Arrive 7.47 .1.55 2.47 5.22
Sp'ville Leave 7.50 10.15 2.50 5.25
Paia Arrive 8.05 10.35 3.o: 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 U.05
Kahului Leave 8.55 11.45 3.55
Wailuku Arrive It. 10 12.00 4.10
Wailuku Leave 0.20 12.20 4.15
Kahului Airive 11.33 12.35 4.30
A. M. Frl.
Leave U.20 2o
Arrive G.35 1,35
Leave (i.40 1,40
Arrive H.55 1,55
Leave 8.10 !I.J5 3.10
Airive 8.25 10.00 3.25
Leave 8.30 10.30 3.30
Arrive 8.43 10.45 3.45
Arrive I 10.30
Kihei trains Tuesday only and carry freight only.
Kahului Railroad Comoanv
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