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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1907
T H E V A US IN (E; W 3
THE MAUI NEWS
A Rcpvi'c :i-"a;i Rtp
PubrVKd i j the inter :&t oi the People.
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Orientals The o:;t bi imI; i.f tie whites a.mi.i.t the Orientals in
in America. Vancuu vi oti the tenth instant is a natural conso
q nonce .f the bill or leo'.hiir u Inch o.xiMs anions ihc lalorinr men
of Ame.:v, a.r.i.s! ti
them of v.'hat ma;, b
iroing ti) Atr.c rii-a "vh
the employer and b
The bitter fee! i n'
tin: Orient an i is lu.t a hint to
ii fa; :u-" sl'niiiil t hey persist in
they are ant wni.tc.l by lira, a very few of
mo-t until: of the other eludes of residents
N jiei t I'd
llilo In the Dry Dock.
Tin1 iit tie t iit Hi!n wliii,'! was ro,
con t ! V piiri'b!i--ei1 for towinjj pur
poses in Kahului harhor ha be( n
placed on the dry deck am) is bcii.tr
The 1 lit; while a small vessel has
been fnund suitable for towing put!
no-es and will lie of much assistance
to tlic Leslie Ruldwin which was be
in y overworked.
the labotino; cla-is of America has been
shown most clearly many times in the past and is moro intense to
day than it vu in the curly 'lays when the Chinese were driven
from many towns on the Pacific Coast and were finally excluded
from the country.
The laboring men have si riven for years to bettor their condition
tind know that if thee are compelli d to compote with Asiatic coolies
nnil tli.iir idwan not iouls of livii)'' ihov mast be il rive II Lack to thi.
old standard of living and actvpt wages so low that th.eir condition
of life would be reduced to a level with the serfs of Russia
Under our constitution all men are guar.inteed equality before
the law but equality docs not mean identity of privilege or right as
has repeatedly ben held by the Supreme Court of the United
States when r.cirroes sought to compel school authorities to allow
their children to attend the saui schools where white children
were hi attendance.
In the Southern States ix-jroos are not permitted to attend the
public schools at: .-mied by white children nor are D'-immcs allowed
to travel on the same cars with while people. As ti. laws of those
states are held to be constitutional a Icyal method be found to
exclude the Orientals from the Mainland of Atnoric and will make
it unnecessary for t tie laboring men and their .s.y input lasers to
resort to harsher means.
Leiive tho '1 he position left vacant by the resignation
Position ViiCJint. of (.leorge Weight- us Humane Officer and
Hack and Sanitary and Fish Inspector is one that might just as
well be left vacant us to 1:11 the position and expect satisfaction.
Almost from the tirst m my seemed to feel th.it. all of the
duties that come under the various titles of the olliee were to be
exclusively performed by the ollicer and were none of the business
d the attention of the Inspector
Tin- at I en t ion of the Public is cahed
In I lie talo at Auction, this morning,
be'jiiiniiitr at 10 o'clnrk at the Depot
at. UiiiliiKu, of a valuable and choice
lection of Furniture.
Following tin 1 'uri'.it uro sal", an
assorlinoi l of Five Hundred pairs of
Shoes, will be sold at the store of S.
Dei kitr, WaiiuUu, Maui.
.1. L. COKE,
Any veliicles for repair in my shop
and not taken out inside of P0 days
after being finished will be sold for
l.i'ior and material used.
Wiiiluku, Maui, T. II., Aug. 2(1, 1!K)7.
Ang. HI, Sept. 7, 14, 21, 2S.
Miss (Jault formerly of llonolu'u
nis l)ecn appointed principal of the
school at d arrived on the Claudiet
ast Saturday. She is'-taying wi'li
Mr. and Mrs. Fan loin fo t lie pi esen I :
but, will p.venlualy move into the
The Misses Hansen and Miss Julia
Uetts left on the Chuidine to resuim
their studies in the High School. Ho
Mr. C. C. Campbell, Postmaster,
left per Clu'idine for a vacation. 11"
will return September 2!Slh.
Mr. J. H. Thomson is back from
an extended trip to his old home in
Scotland. He visited Loudon and
other interesting towns in Enabled.
Mrs. Hells left per Claudine to
visit friends in Honolulu. She will
probably be away for a month.
of the police and frequently ci!
to the fact that the law had been violated without, entering a for
mal complaint or calling the attention of the police to the same.
It is of course impossible fur a:i officer to watch all tish sold and
see that they are in a lit condition to be used as food and at the
same time visit all of the many lit thj laundries scattered throughout
the to.vn and see that- they .ire beiny conducted in a sanitary con
dition and that the many restaurants and barbershops are lining
kept in accordance with the rales and regulations adopted by the
Hoard of Health and at- the same time cui'o.rce the laws, that apply
to the ill treatment of animals.
It should be an easy matter for the police to enforce the laws and
regulations that coverall of t-h;- du'.ies performed by Mr. Weight
There are many policemen and the number of crimes committed
here are but few and far between. There would be no shifting of
responsibility. If the laws were not enforced the blame would lie
strictly with the police department. 11' they were satisfactorily
enforced that department would he credited with the same.
By Sell'isll A few ile; -ublic-in papers, which appear as
interests Only, "decoy ducks" for Free-Trade Democratic
ideas, assume that there is a de.uand from the people for .-Tariff
revision." J ust when, wncre or how the aforesaid people have
spoken on the subject is not stated that point is dodged outright,
leaving the assertion to stand as an impudent, assumption. If the
distinguished editors of these papers would get a little neirer the
people and get the idea out of their heads that ''what we want the
people want'' it would be better. The fact is that there is no
general demand for Tariff tinkering. There is only a special de
mand from mterested parties who would run the country in the
ground if only their special lines could be exploited by Free-Trade.
The farmer don't want the tariff meddled with, neither does the
workingman, the manufacturer, the trades or in short any other of
the grout producing interests of the country. The very few
schedules that need revision can be attended to in due time, but
the hurry is not great. It is only the Free-Trade Democrats and
the purely selfish interests in the Republican party that are U'lk ,
ing all this howl for revision.
The Hepublicau party must go into the next Presidential cam
paign with one general object in view. That object is the Protec
tion of the farming, the laboring and the business interests of the
country at largo. Without that it would and should bu defeated.
Representative Samuel W. McCall,
of Massachusetts, is a constitutional
insurgent. He revolts every dav
asainst something. He behoves the
minority is always right, ar.d so he is
always in opposition.
A short lime ago he tool; his usua
daily trip o!T the Republican organ
i.atiou reservation. Hi had an
amendment to a pending bill and
pressed it to a vote.
After the vote, a friend discovered
McCall in the cloakroom walking up
and down and pawing the air.
"What's the matter, McCall?" he
'Matter?' shouted McCall. 'Enough
and more is the matter! 1 am getting
too blamed popular: seventeen people
voted with me on that amendment!"
In Lighter Vein.
The fire bell recently bought for
use of the Wailuku, Kahului depart
luetit leis been put in place and is
ready to be ued in case an alarm is
A number of mules have recently
been bought by t hp County for use on
the roads. Two of them were bought
by Supervisor Kaiue for 1 his district
from T. T. Meyers of Molokai. They
are good young mules.
The firemen were out, on dril
The Hoaid of License Commission
ers for the County of Maui will hole
a meeting at the public room in the
Masonic Temple, Kahului. on Monday
the 1st, of October 1!(U7 at 2 P. M .,
to consider the supplication of S. Ki
inura, for a Wholesale License to m'II
intoxicating humors at Wailuku in
the two rooms of t! e building now
occupied as a law ornce ova. a.
Kepoikai a said Wailuku, under the
provisions of Act 1111, Session Laws
All protests or objections again-.!
the issuance of a license under said
application shoul.t be filed with the
Secretary of the Hoard not later
than the time set for said hearing.
September 0th, 1907.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Hoard of License Com
missioners. September 7.-14, 21, 28.
Hotel Proprietor I see you have
given our finest suite of rooms to a
man culled li kins. Are you sure he
can pay the prire?
Manager Yes; he's immensely
11 itel Proprietor-- How do you
Ready for Business
If you are it kotlaker or an artist we oanieslly solicit
a 1 rial order in art materials or photographic supplies
ami in developing- and printing".
If you want a kodak or camera we can supply you
wilh the lalest models at the very lowest market prices.
All our goods are new, we are new, and all our cus
tomers are new. Will you be one of the new ones.
awaii Photo & Art Co.
L. R CROOK, Prop. HONOLULU, T. H.
Ao!e inalama a hookipa i kuu v-a-hine
mare ia K auhui Nakihei ITapiio
ho, o hoopii ia ma ke Kanawai, nolo
hoaie ma kuu inoa, aole nue uka, ua
haalele uiai oia i;,u.
N AKU1K1 K APHOHO,
Sept. 7, 11, 21.
hi wife i
lb' i-. ohl and ugly and
young ai d
I pretty. Uova 1
1 1. Tie' .1 i pane
Y a m-iiiivi-r tumble.
snced v settlement of th
PORTLAND, Or-.. Sept.-mb. r 1 '
Vancouver affair was plane.". 1 t., b-.-p
NEW YORK, Septemb.-r 11.- Tl
situation. Tic directors ,( th- W?
TOMK. 'Russia. September 1 1.--i'o'bb' is nia h
from the mail train heie.
TRO.MSOA, Norway. September 11. -The W'eii
trip has been postponed an'.il next year
PHILADELPHIA, September Kt Ho
lms decided tha' the 2 cts. faie law p i-.-ed b
(lovi i nii.e) t expects a
here that the
eoiiiissioio r Isiiii.
no eh:i mre in I he telegraphic
l.'nion rpeiove the strike
b' rs nia le a .f -'itl uOO haul
mrt of -Common Ph-as
he Lc-ei.-laturi. is uncon-
I'EKTNG, Si-pt-mb. r In. L,
uUibassadur to the I'mUd States.
City Chap --Teat's a wonc'erful
mineral spring. It his iron in it, 1
Farmer Wnybaek -Indeed it has.
Why, ole Sol Perkins's mare drank
outer I ha I there spring, and, by Jove,
she hahi't been shod since! Her
shoes just grow out raU'liera! from
Snoggs --My daughter is going to
marry young Scruggs.
H'ggs Why, 1 thought you hated
Snoggs I do. This is a scheme of
mine to have my wife hi come his
ir.'-thcr In law.
Deduction Alice -1 rather like
tbut young Ti.onipson. He has such
a good 1 1 fin mouth and chin
HaZ"! Goodness! Has he. been kisKi
h:g you. too?
Miehtllave Keen Worse. - - Lvdia
I am just as vexed as I can be wilh
Tom. he kissed me tight before all
Mary Well in't that heller than
ifl.c had kissed u I the giils before
C"urte"u-;. Il.'t' (sighing) Oh, I
iik t such a lovely, polite man today.
Him On the street. I must have
been curryiug mv umbrella carelessly
for he bumped his eye right into it.
And J said "Pardon me," and Ik? said,
"D ui't mention it I have another
Wifely Wit.-Mr. J.wbaek-The
biggest idiois al.uiy.i seem to marry
the prettiest women.
Mrs. Jjwb.ick Now you're trying
to flatter me.
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Prw.ic, Convkyanceh ami
AoKNTToG HA NT MA1UUAUK LICENSES
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit.
growing small chili peppers,
and who desire to sell them at
a good price in any quantity,
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
Seeing is Believing.
We have in exhibition in our show room a choice
selection of nickel plated UATIIR0OJ1 ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes fur the llathtub,
Shower Heads, ' .
French Piute Glass Mirrors,
Soup Dishes for the Wall,
Soap and Sponjro Holders,
Towel Bars in various sizes,
Towel Racks, 2-3 and 4 fold.
Comb and Brush Trays.
Tooth and Brush Holders,
Robe Hooks, etc., etc.
To -realise their beauty and usefulness they
must be seen and used. Taken as a whole these
liftings are the most artistic, practical, easily cleaned
and therefore the MOST SANITARY.
Our prices bring; them within the reach of ail.
We invite your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO,'S
Masonic Temple, : : KA U L f.
Fop Best Results Advertise in the
ffime Sfable ZKaliului Simlroad Company
W A I LU K U - PA I A Dl V I SI OX
KA I! U L U r- P U UN EXE-K 111 El 1)1 VISION.
STATIONS A- M- i 'I?' ! l', M i Pas. I STATIONS A' M ! tV-
Pas tit Pas. j Pas. j only pAS.
Kahului Leave 7.0(1 1 2. On j Kahului Leave (!.:( '
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 ! 2.P2 Puur.eu" Arrive !.:15 ' l.;;;,
Wailuku Leave i 7.2t i ' 2.20 Puunene Leave ti. pi pj
Kahului Arrive j 7.o2 j 1 2.152 Kahului Arrive (!.55 ,,-,
Kahului Leave 7.:!.") f'. l'l 2.:a 5.1(1 Iwiliului Leave S.lll i, r,
Sp'ville Arrive j 7.-17 j ."a 2.47 a 22 Puunene Arrive S.2a PI.IKI :-l. '.
Sp'viile Leave 7.50 ; Id. 15 2.&0 5 25 Puu:i:re Leave S.itU 1(1. Mil lijo
Paia Arrive ' 8.05 i 10. Ti 1 :t.0. 5 10 Kahului Arrive 8.15 , 10.45 ;.-,
Paia l eave S.15 ! l'.;.,.ll 15.15 5 15 Kahului Leave : ) 45
Sp'ville Arrive ' 8.155 1 '.X Puunene Arrive , lo.lio
Sp'ville Leave 8. -Ill j i5. 40 Puunene Leave
Kahului Arrive 8.52 j ll.i'O j :5.52 j (i.U5 , Camp 5 Arrive l(.:i()
Kahuljt Leave 8.55 1.00 j 3.55 ; Kiln i Arrive 11.15
Wailu.;u Arrive j it. 10 ! 1.15 j 4.10 I Kihei Leave 1 ;;o
Wailuku Leave ! 11.20 i 1..-55 j 4.15 . - ...'
Kahului Airive j !l.;55 j 1.50 j 4. 'M i Kihei trains Tuesday only and carry freight only.
KLeihului IReiHroQc! Company
ALEXANDER &. RALDWIN, Lri).;--ALi:XANDKR & BALDWIN, Line of Sailing Vessels lielweer
San Francisco and the Hawaiian Islands; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSH1P CO