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SATURDAY. OCTOBER S, 1907
THE MAUI 1SEAS
A Republican Paper Published i) t!ic I.tCiW
Issued livery aluid..y.
iYaui Rtiljlisliiny; Company,
l:,ropt,U1tors';lii(i t ci t-) 1 i ri t - r e
r,f the Peep!,
Kimui'ii I or ted Ij.,vii.
Mini! Attraction:. "
The columns ofHe Xi:ws admit i-iiniiiinnca!
on one side of paper. Sivoi your nunc uhic
Hunscirriox 11ati. in Aivvt T2.'
iKn'l I 'C! 1 1 1 T !
ii!l I'.- la id
I per Vea
if di 'in
HiiRh VA . Coke,
1. . i r o r n i t:1 "v n 1 1 r r
The visit of Secretary II. I'
Committee sooms destined
f t l;o I 'I'OU! nl inn
of urrat value Id
Mr. Wood has found that the scenic beauty of Maui surpasses
that of any island in the group ami mi icports w th" coinmiitee.
He has made recommendations to the Co;ii!iii!teo '.n il have mot the
approval of the Committee and of the (lovi imr of ihe Territory.
Ons of the recetninendations made by him is lliat prison labor
should be used by the ollicials in buildiue tourist roads wherever
they would do most good. A sang of pris mots a-" now buihlinir a
road to the great crater on Hawaii and it, is recommended t hai the
same labor be used to build tourist roads on this island when they
are through with their work there. This plan will be of groat ad
vantage to the whole Territory as it. is realized that tho plan to
have tourists come several thousand of miles to sen Honolulu is
not calculated to satisfy the desire of lnmy who wish to view the
group and all of interest that it lias to oiLjr and while acknowledg
ing the sights offered in Honolulu are well worth seeing something
besides that must be otTei ed 10 make the trp what the visitors
would select. On Maui and Hawaii are the only places where trio
tropical jungles in their natural state can be found and whore the
tree ferns come up to the expectations of the tourists.
The statements made by such persons as ,1-ui; London and Mrs.
London, Congressman and Mrs. Long worth and .Secretary 11. 1
Wood that the East Maui trip is the grandest they have ever soon
and far Jsurpassed anything in the Territory should excite the
pride of the people in every nook and cot n ,r in '.1m 'i en itory as it
means that if this trip is mule possible by e"iibrliib!e riul.
thousand of people would ee the islands who wi.-n! i not nt.h- rwise
visit any part uf the group. Everything of interest, that can be
shown on any island will attract attention and direct others to fol
low and consequently increase lie n um her of ton ri.-t s t o t he islands.
Governor Frear has grasped the ilea and is already planning to
have prison labor build tourist roads on this island when they are
through with the roads on Hawaii on .which they are now working.
The day is not far distant when a stock company will be formed
to provide means for the accommodation of tourists who may wish
to tour Maui and furnish accommodations at reasonable rales dur
ing the whole time they are here,
May Hold Up The attitude of a number of parties in Wailuku
Public Work, toward persons who have coni ract s of a public
nature is one of the most serious obstacles in (he way of public
For many years the residents of Wailuka have worked inces
santly for the erection of a court house suitable to tho needs of the
community. They have suffered disappointment at the hands of
authorities who allowed tho appropriations to lapse after they had
been secured through strenuous effort on the part of our legis
ators and the citizens of Wailuku. (
At last an appropriation was sect red thai was barely sullicietit
to build such a structure as would be satisfactory to the people of
Wailuku and when the contract is Id it sooms that some of the sub
contractors and even the County aal Uor'ties with to squeeze the
life blood out of the contractor and prevent the erection of the
building that all so much desire.
Tho figure asked for excavating is fifty per cent, higher than
that asked for excavating for cesspools, although much of the ex
cavating for the court house can be cone with the aid of plows and
scrapers while the excavating for cesspools naisi be done entirely
by hand and the earth removed by the use of a backet.
The statement has been made that ihe old rock crusher will bo
rented to the contractor at .f 150. 00 per month provided lie will give
a bond to put the machine in goad repair and return l to its pres
ent place. This is nothing loss than a holdup on the part of the
County and is universally condemned here.
The structure to be erected is for the public. Every reasonable
encouragement und assistance should be given the contractor
instead of a disposition to prevent him from carrying out his
work in a satisfactory manner, flver.y attempt at, a holdup injure-;
the town of Wailuku in particular and the County in gem-ral. Any
one who knows anything of machinery knows that, the old rod;
crusher is not worth $17)0 per mouth and a demand on the pur'., of
the County for this amount is e.xjiorbilant. I'm ate inter- si s w ere
given the crusher free but when it coin.-.-; to v. in k of a public char
acter a holdup is the result.
Tho Supervisors should take the matter up at tho next i,i .- -lijig
and see that justice is done. They should give the contractor every
reasonable assistance possible.
S. Kin, ur:, wtw coiiij t-it-il t suffer
di-a ppo'iitim-nt f r 'ho third time in
lt a ppi ie.i ! ion for a 1'ipio" !iccn-o on
Tu'M!ay o! t'.is wo, 1; .
Sc'no ni'iht 1 ,- t' '."i lie r t i ; I ' appli
t alien fie it iciii! ii'i'nsi- t'u' wit li
lt i niv 11 in on1!"' 'om:il:e a pplicut ion
r ;l ii hoVsalr licosc. When this
me- up it was found t lie premisi
-ou::lit to he licensed w 'to ton near
the Kiiuii'ici'iili'ii. Ho tlii'ii mane
,i 1 1 ( K i i . ' ion for a i c I, ra l int; anl
ot !.'!; I to l.avo tin- license i 1 1 1 tl far
dtier rooms in tie -.an. o lai'ildine
which wi re farllar awaiv lliis was
denied him for tiio reason that lie
roiai.s scuhl. tot,1 oiiupiod were
iv,' tbr ones close i died in his nnouca
lion and eoasoqnyliti.V coaid not be
iuTnsi'ii n hlmtt a prnjH-r application
ami ailvei lb ciui'i.l.
Ih' ll.cn li;ol a proper iippiicalion
itiii-.lt- out, mid in! vor' i .I'd the saino
nut ;i protest was in . do liv Mis
Turner and others and the same
hacked no n pel s, n hy Ci lit; ',n ,!i,hn
sun of the Siilvali :) Army, Mr. X.ilt
n! the Kaliului S' ore, Ui-v. Turnc of
I'M a and John G. W'n.u. V 1 1 o 1'iohi
'J he ni l.- valid rea-on advimiad
why fhe iicense should not Pe orantcd
was that tlie premises were in front
of the Kindergarten and in plain
sihl of it.
.After the speakers were heard the
''naunissioiii'rs wi-i't into executive
m'ss'idi- mid it. is understood that two
of the three members present favor
ed the or,'iiilin.r ,,f ,,, license hit'
were unaiile ti) u-'l the ailirm.it ive
vote of the third and a-a conse--i
ijeiie-' th ' matter ivein lo' ilefault.
Isiinera Iris ;ii:v;iys cociiu -te'l h s
place i:i -o: oi-oci ly leiHi.icr and i ut
cw ir vo n)ii.js.--.i iiilll f r '',: rea
A o:uie of Dasi ball wi played at
.sijreckel.-ville Sunday ! tueen ti e
Puuncne Field and S,rei lo-lsviiie
Hasi-l'all clubs. The score wais 12 lo
s! in favor of ihe FielU boys.
A leag. e lias been formed of toe
Pannene I. I'J, The Mill and l-'idd
bovs of Piuinenp and the Sprcckels
ville 1'ioys anil w ill play a series of
names beeinniiitr nexi Sinidaj- at
Mrs. C. C. r;irnphcil pn-tiiiiisicr
lit I'utiiii ne wlio has jii' t spent a t" f)
weeks vaca'ioii in llonnjulu returned
.Mrs. Keeney, Mrs Faie and Mrs.
Ij'oeck who have beci ecjoviui; a fjw
days of pleasure at the Head) Douse
Camp 1 returned I their homes last
Paul B.-ll who recently resigned his
pu-itiop at Kiiiei is sick in I'uur.eiie
Pstronizg Honi2 Industry.
Secretary '.Vood of the iiomolion
Conitn',1 tee, w ho ha - recent i v ret urn
ed f r-on a trip thi ,,",.;h Maui, 'cover
llowine with j i r;t i . oi i the beauties
of Ki'ure thii' moot tin ca'i'. e as
we'd as the tourist it evei v lin n on
that pa r tienia r i'-la nd.
At a meet intr of the Promotion
Commit tee held yesterday and at,
tended bv YV. T. toiea-, jas. f,. Mc
f.e ia. J. A. McCic .'less and tl,? Sec
relaiy rceoinmccial ions iiuu'e tiy
Seen I j i y V' od I !'i-;o-'iini; the policy
uuiueura ted by the l.everiunent in
the I'uildino of lln Kih.uea road and
i 1 1 aii to llaleakala from Idicwild
vcre indorsed by (,!,, committee.
See i'( t ;i r v Wood reiMi-t- 'lie hotel
accooinnioilat mns Ihi'ouijhout Ihe I -hmil
t" be fiiiilv eood ami rccmn
mends it "rest hou-e" at, Keitnca.
wiiiidi he thinks would be hie'nly ap
preciat"d by ionri-ts icakintr 'he
trip over th" route. J'ne Secret. try
Wits insl ructed f o eo'nmu ni.'.ii t e with
the Wailuku Improvement Assocut
tion and sui'gest that Ihe m.i'ler be
GAUD OK THANK'S
Manuel Martins wishes to nublietv
express las appreciation of the ser
vices rendered by .1. F: .ie-eu, John
S -ti.a and inanv others for their eon
triiiu1 iocs to 1 he fu'l to assi-t bin'
:ied his family rebuilt their home th.it
was recently destroyed by (ill1.
Rubber Stock for Sale
- Or THE
Ru'obcr Co., Ltd.
A limited nuaib-'r of shares of t!i"
nbo'-,; c miiianv a' e for sale at. pa1-,
tv'id per share), if applied for to tic
mider-iyned iinni 'di i tel v.
The purchase:- wi!' have nption
of e:.'h"r pa-yins.' fash for II, e shyics
or --U per ci'iit. cash ami 5 per cent
in monthly installments, without in
The nlticers ai d din clivs of the
coin pa ny a re the iodmi m.' teiui'lliui:
Win. Williamson. I'tesiJent; Ilueh
H .ovell, Vice-Pr' si lent ; Geo. f!.
Cooke, Treasurer; K. A. Alexander,
Secretary; C. D. Lufkin, Director.
. .1. M. VIVAS,
Wailuku, S.'.it. 2' , llt'ls.
WilVley vs. AnilrewH.
The Sh,ii!!,liii i p,i pers contain news
oT another scrap I el wof n U, S. His
trill .Jcd.ro Wiiiley and f.oi rin Am
ib iws, who w as fnriiiei ly Atlornrv
( octal hen . The .I.idoe is cl-.iraillg
A niireWS wi 111 t.iiproi't'ss'i'imi! condur t
a!leeed lo have oecn eommiited in
connntioa with 'he sieirtai' of the
order w lri li , urn i I'ed
a 'mit to bail me- Pi ice.
And n ,. A ic'i rows has
a client of
(il d an a ii-
swtir m vt mi. ii nt .. no ; other thing's,
contends tlcit a Wdlley is himself
the aceiis'ine party, lie is disqualified
lo 1 1 y the case.
notice oi-1 rowEi; of
TO I INKY.
Notice i hereby uiveit that, during
my absence from the Territory ef
Hawaii, V) !I . Case of Wailuk u. Maui,
will act :is mf attorney in fact.
I, f. CHAUKKS 1). LUFKIM
Kaujiaka'ua Wine, Miiui's own
uodud is pronounced by special
ists tin. ;in -st and most wholesome
liiiirki t. It wil
c for it at the
pay you to
Vias & Liq-ior Co.,
To Whom itAV-ij' Concern.
AnioMe Do Io l'o i.- no longer coi
nected With tin1 l.c, Puu.iei e, Ea
haina or Pioneer Slabl. s. Ai! bnsi
ni's- n, us1 be trai:-ac' 'd with Ihe
udei sicto -i, mana.c -r of ihe above
jor: d - iiKoo,
-I ables, or his
Visit the On the eleventh instant an opportunity will be
Rubber Lands, offered to resident-! of (Jahu and Maui to visit
the rubber lands of Nahiku that should be taken nd vantage of by
all who can spare the time
All of those who have visited the plantations ih.'ie are ci:!1.: ine
lastic ovc' the prospects and with trees of eight and ten years of
age on tho ground that have been producing 1 u'oi.er of a .superior
quality and in abundance it would seem that. ihe industry in Nahiku
s one of the most promising in the TerritoryJ
While it is true that the number of trees planted out suine eight
or ten years ago are few in number the results that each on.- shu.vs
is as encouraging as is possible. The same may be s n.l of : in.;-.;
on Kauai that were nlunted out the same tin:1. Hut v. iih lie s -
trees growing on the plantations where nm ah ".!-. n' ti,,.t: sa.iiU of I
young trees are doing apparently as well il is inmost c. riiaa ihat
the industry will prove successful.
The round trip from Kahului will cost but six dollars which will
paj the entire expense of the trip. As the stetn.er will h ave
Kahului about midnignt on Friday and return Sunday morning it
will take up but one working day.
The H iard i f Eieen.-e Commission
ci s for the Conn! y of Maui wili lioM
a u ei tho- ;' t llu- puahe rooi.i in li e
Ma -ou'e. Ti in n'e, Kiihului, on Tues
..av lie a'h of November Pal" at 2
P. M. t ' een-idcr the application i f
Pel er .b'sciih for a Saloon la cnse lo
oil intcxil -a t'lie; ' i. j 0 I l-s i'.l l'(-)(t-(llU.
K't.'a, )i ire-' ,.f Malor.vao hi a t e.v
bnildint; in frnt of the resilience i.f
Ad. nil Forsyth at said I'drkunu
ll.ah'r 'he piv.vi-.inns , of Act 111',
s-l ,c, E ta s or plnT.
A!' protests objections aeamst
Ihe i-suar,ee of ;t lici use under said
application sliiitilit ii" 11 led i ! Il the
S-'Met'iry ol the Hoard not later
lie til the time si t for said hoaiini,'.
( )etol)tr Kt, P107.
1). C. EIXDSAV,
Sccrelaiy, Hoard of LicciiM' Coin
missioiiers. October a, V, VJ,
Will it not pity yuu to look into our line lino of
(J AH LANDS ami y v : stovo fhnl will give
you iihsoliile! satisfaction. Wo have them in
nil sizes, soiling us low ns $1(1.0(1 ninl nil iilon-,'
it) to $70.00. When you want soiiu'lliiii,ur gootl
in tiio s'.ovo, l.'t us ipioii1 yon.
E.O.HALL &80N, Ltd,
CEOTHIN'G, 11 ATS AND CAPS,
CLEANED AND DYED.
Special attention paid to Ladie's
M A KK E f ST.
The Star Planing Mi!!
.M ANri'ACTL'IlKIl -i Ol
FE AMES, MOULDINGS,
ERACKETS, TUEXIN' iS.
Also carri'-s a line of
CASKETS AND COFFINS.
W. J. bloody, : Prop.
Hello 472 I'. "0. P.ox To
tl Vc- W w -f 6 h Uv WtihV V lis fc-;.v M
...... ' .
Vt c h.wc in cAhil-ition iti our sliow room a choice
y. soh-iMion of pit !ol j.lattul BAT!1300.M ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for l ho ISathtub,
H .Shower Heads,
l-'n:nc!i Plate Ghiss Mirmrs.
j S;r:p DisiK'S for the V;ol.
n Sponge Holders,
jj Sponge Cups,
Soap and Spoure ihiklers,
J Towel Hats in various size.
Ja Tow.'l Haelis ' :) and -1 fold.
' ("ninb and 1'nisl; Trays,
Tootli and I'jaish Holders,
j Tumbler Didders,
1 ti.th Seals,
j Robe Hoolcs. etc.. etc.
g To realize their lieauty ami usefulness they
jjj must. l,e .seen and used. Taken as a whole these
fittmrd ate the most attistie, praetieal, easily cleaned
and therefore Ihe MOST SAN1TAK V.
Our prices brine; them within the reach of all.
j We invl'e your kind inspection.
I KAHULUi RAILROAD CO.'S
I Mysonic Teuiplc, : : KAIiL I.
Fop Beet Reu5ts Advertise in the
June SjableZK?:iiiilui 51-ulrocid Company
WAlLUKU-l'Al Dl VISIOX KAHUL'Jl- PL' L'N'EXE-EI ! ! El DIVISK)..
STATIONS ); M' Tl
Pas 1 Fit ; P.s. 1 1'as. only
Kiihului Leave I 7. (to , ! 11a ' lvh.ila; Liavc j C.2. ' '
Wailuku Arrive 7.1J ' ' I. 12 , Pin.neue Arrive I CX ! 1 35
Wailuku Leave j 7.2!) . 2 2 , Pmaiea." Leave tl.-J'i ! Ill'
K'ahului Arrive 7. "2 J 2:12 ' ' Knhuhii 'Arrive ! (l.'a j 1.55
K'idmlui Leave 7.11a ; !. M : 2 11.' 5 10 ! !C -tbnlni Leavn I Mill ! 45 HI"
So'vilic Arrive : 7.-17 1 -t.55 2 17 5 ti I Pu in "e- rrive 8 25 pi (HI j S.25
Sp'vil'e Lcae ! 7 5(1 1 lu.15 2 50 5 25 I I'mucne Leave S.Jn Pl.lill :i 30
I'.iia Arrive ! lift 10.r.5 M Ua 5. M i Kal ului Arrive 8.45 10.45 H 45
Paia Leave - S ! 5 10.5(1 li 15 5 45 K'ahului Leave j 11.45
Sp'vdle Arrive K .",5 1! 115 Piiunene Arrive j 10.011
Sp'ville Leave H. 10 i Pann. nc iaVf j
Kulndiii Arrive b.52 . 11. Ml j H.52 .!. , Camp 5 Arrive Pl.ltO j
Kahuhil Leave , S.55 LOU :'..55 j JCihci Ariivo 1 j 11.15 j
Wailal.u Arrive ; SI. 10 1.15 4.10 1 Kihci Leave ll.HO 1
Waili.l.u Leave il 20 Li;5 115 I - - 1
Kahului Airive , !l.:'5 1.50 j 4. Ml j K'ihei trains Tuesday ot-' and carry freigltt only.
ICcilnnl t-ii Fveulroicl Company
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