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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1907
TK2 yVVAUI NEAS
literal at the JVst Ollicc at Wat'.nku, M ini. H.iu lit, us second-clus matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
Maui Rubllstiins Company, Limited.
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SuBFCirnoN Rati:, is Apvanck $2.."0 per Year, !1.."0 Six Month
- I - ditor and Mnnnger
NOV. 2, !)07
Hu(h VI. Coke.
Stringency in the The recent stringency in the money roar-
Money Market- ket that has caused many banks to close
their doors has proven a surprise to many who seemed to feel that
as we have been enjoyed unprecedented prosperity for a number
of years there was no danger of a limineial crisis such us is now
being experienced in many quarters.
Those closely allied with the banking business of the coast and
have been actively engaged in the banking business there know
that to a great extent the crisis was brought on by Amalgamated
Copper. About a year ago that trust began to raise the price of
copper without regard to the output and placed the price so high
that many mines that had lain idle for a number of years were
opened and again operated, new mines were developed that were
untbought oC and in a short time there was a surplus of copper
held in reserve to await still higher prices. Instead of the prices
continuing to rise the copper trust waited until the number of new
mines were developed aud then threw a large amount of ore on the
mai'ket with the expectation that many would become frightened
and dispose of their holdings. In this they were not mistaken
and as a consequence valuable properties were offered for much less
than their actual worth and stock were offered as low as one fourth
of the market value one year ago.
A large number of monied concerns who were in on the deal
withdrew their money from the centers of circulation in order to
force down the market aud cause as much stringency as possible.
In this they were eminently successful aud it is probalo that they
will be enabled to purchase valuable properties at much less than
their actual value.
The manipulation of market s is an. id scheme and while1 dishonest
it affords those with means to reap a rich harvest of tainted money.
Mr. A. R. Gurrey has been busy
this week making new tire maps for
New Fire Maps Tor
Wailuku and Kahuiui.
He has made a careful inspection of many buildings in town aud
those of Kahuiui and his findings will bo of service to the insur
ance people and if heeded may be of greater service to the pro
perty holders of the two towns.
The conditions existing on Market street are any thing but en
couraging and steps should be taken to prevent a conflagration
that is sure to come some day unless conditions change very much
In the tirst pluce there are many buildings placed too near to
gether. These buildings are of wooa and the class of occupants
are the most careless mortals. Fires are daily lighted in old tin
cans placed by the side of buildings which may become ignited at
any time. Opium smokers occupy many of the buildings and may
set fire to the buildings while in a state of stupor induced by the
drug they use. Some of the buildings are so old that few here
can' remember when they were erected and are necessarily but
little better than tinder boxes. A number of new buildings built
on that street are a credit to the town arid it seems a pity 'that
their safety should be endangered by those buildings that are
rookeries and tenanted by a mob of irresponsible Asiatics,
The Appointment ot In the select 'on of Marston Campbell
Marston Campbell us 'head of tho Public Works Depart
ment it is believed b.v those who know the incumbent that the
Covenor made a wise choice.
Mr. Campbell was connected with the Public Works for some
time and gained much knowledge of the affairs of the office that
will be of service to him as its head. His technical knowledge of
'engineering and mechanics will also be of great service to him in
forming opinions as to what may be required in the planning and
construction of various undertakings.
Mr. Campbell is a successful business man and has hell itnpoi
. tant positions with some of tho largest firms of Honolulu and leaves
a more lucrative positiou with the Honolulu Iron Works to become
head of the Department of Public Works.
What is now needed is the appointment of a skillful engineer of
unquestioned integrity who combines technical knowledge with
practical application, to assist the Superintendent in laying our
and carrying on the work of the most difficult branch of tho terri
Guild will Hold Concert uml
1 lie Womuns Guild cf ti.o Church
of ti p Good Shepherd w ill hold a eon
cert and bazaar on U o evening of
November 30th at the Alexander
The musical programme will be
under the direction ot Uev. Win.
AuH and promises to ()' tood.
The ladies of the Guild have ready
a large number of beautiful fancy
articles, also potted palms and vari
ous phi nts for siilv.
Refreshments will bo served lifter
Trie trrab boxes will contain every,
thing to fill the ehildreas hearts with
joy. , x
Train accommodations will bp ad
vert tsed later.
Kaui No ha Oi.
The truth of the above phtase
may he substantiated by giving
Maui's own product a trial.
Kaupakalua Wine in any quan
tity from a bottle up.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.,
w i vn x$ la us.
A FAFJCY DRESSED DOLL, n i'hos high, will be given
l'TKE to the girl under the nge of 12 yer.rs on Maui receiving tho highest
number of votes, nml
A JUVENILE STEEL AUTOMOBILE will also be given
FHKIi to the boy under the age of 12 years on Maui receiving the highest
number of votes.
The Contest begins on November 1 and ends on December 24 at 5 p. m.
Hullols will be counted every week by the judges.
With every CASH PURCHASE of twenty-five cents the buyer is entitled to
ONE VOTE for the most popular boy and girl.
Clerks at the store will not be allowed to vote.
F v$ urn. sfEZh.
THE PIONEER STORE
The Work The resignation of C. II. Ilolloway as Superin
of Ilolloway. tendent of Public Work's closes the oflleial
career, for the present at least of one id' the best public servant
of the territory.
Mr. Ilolloway has been an untiring worker during the whole of
his official career and has the contideiu-.o of all classes except those
who sought to make his tenure of oitico unbearable in the hope
that he would resign that a change might benefit them or me of
Official life is any thing but a pleasant one at best but when tho
usual cares of office are added to by tho barkings of every cur
even stroug men become disgusted and seek another field of labor
uore remunerative and congenial.
In the future when t tie work of Mr. Holloway can bo judged
free from prejudice it will ranked high in t ho estimation of those
competent to judge.
OR a number of Seasons we have jreatly desired to enter our patrons a renlly
choice selection of goods for the Holiday trade. We cot gratulate ourselves
this year on having secured the services of one of the best American buyers
resident in Japan a gentleman of acknowledged taste and discrimination in matters
artistic, and whose ideas of harmony and color agree with the most critical, insuring
proper aud pleasing combinations of shades aud tints in both textiles and art goods.
These goods have arrived and will be placed
- ON SALE NOVEMBER nth.
From our own personal inspection we have no hesitation in stating that he ha:;
procured for us an aggregation of things beautiful, superiorly anything previously
displayed in this District. You will marvel at Hie exceedinj.' cheapness of the dis
play. They are not cheap goods, hut ot giHhfs cheap. We never expected to
show such big values for so little money. '
The little people of the "Land of the Chrysanthemum" are justly famous handi
craftsmen and even though you don't cars to purchase, it will he well worth your
while to see the products of their art. II you feel you cannot afford to give expen
sive presents this Season, all the more reason why you should vkit us. If on the
other hand you want some special gift, something costing more than the ordinary,
ours will be the pleasure to supply you.
Below in a general way we enumerate a part of the shipment we have received.
Porcelain A full and varied selection of delicate hand painted articles in
cluding the famous "Kutani" and "Kaga" Ware, also Blue and White Ware in Tea
Sets, Coffee Cups and Saucers, Bouillioti Cups, Bon Bon Jars, and numerous other
inexpensive articles for household use as well as for ornament.
Needlework. K very stitch guaranteed hand wrought. Ladies' Blouse pat
terns in White Linen, Grass Linen, Linen Lawn, Silk, Silk Crepe and Cotton
Crepe, Dress Patterns, Pillow Tops, Pillow Cases, Collars, Belts, SUk Crepe Scans,
Shawls, Lawn and Linen Handkerchiefs, each piece a marvel of cheapness aud
Table Linen in a good strong grade of pure Linen with beautiful designs
in Drawn Work. Particularly intended for service, but every piece a beauty. This
line includes Table Covers, Center Tray Cloths, Doilies, Carving Cloths etc; only
good washing materials used.
Cloisonne A nice assortment in high grade work. The Craftsmanship dis
played in the manufacture of these goods is par i: ielh iu c. Kach piece is a work of
Leather Goods Silk and Embroidered Card Cases, Hand Bags, Purses and
Belts with Satsuma and Ivory Buckles.
Kimonos A beautiful line of these ready tirade garments" in harmonious
and pleasing shades and tints, in embroidered Silk, Silk Crepe and Cotton.
Larquerware Exceptionally pretty and dainty Panels, Picture Frames,
Card Tables, Desks, Work and Trinket Boxes. Nothing cheap looking, but every
In addition to the above will be shown a large assortment of other articles in
cluding Hand Painted iilk Fans, Porcelain and assorted Beads in strings, Silver
Napkin Rings, Vases, Cups, Perfume Bottles, Photo Frames, Paper Knives, Linen,
Silk, and Lawn Embroidered Sun Shades, Bamboo and Willow fancy Baskets,
Embroidered Screens, Carved Wooden Tables, an assortment of "Nikko" Ware,
Sutsuma articles in Cuff Buttons, Brooches, Hat Pins and Scarf Pins with Hawaiian
Coat of Anns. Toys of all descriptions.
We also call your attention to our American and European Holiday goods, con
sisting of Cut Glass, Sterling and Plated Silver Goods. Gold and Silver Jewelry
that we iuiniiitY, Dennison's Paper goods, Holiday Papeteries and Toys of nil des
criptions, at prices to suit all purses. ,
Do not throw away your
old books. Send them to
the Maui Publishing Co.,
Printers nnd tiock-binders.
CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS,
CLEANED AND DYED.
Special attention paid to Ladies'
We have in exhibition in our show room a choice
selection of nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for the Bathtub,
French Plate Glass Mirrors,
Soap Dishes for the Wall,
Soap and Spoiice Holders,
Towel Bars in various sizes,
Towel Hacks, 2-3 and 4 fold,
Comb and Brush Trays,
Tooth and Brush Holders,
Robe Hooks, etc., etc.
To realize their beauty and usefulness they
must be seen and used. Taken as a whole these
fittings are the most artistic, practical, easily cleaned
and therefore the MOST SANITARY.
Our prices bring them within tho relteh of all.
We invite your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.'S
KAHL I. I
Shooting on the land of tho 11 ale
alcala Hunch Co. is strictly piohibit
ed. L von TEMPSKY,
Nov. 2, 9, 1(5, 23.
MAUI BLUE BOOK
ilntx. A V. Kupoikai, Circuit Judge, Watluttu
Kdmuuri II. Hart. Clerk Circuit Court. Wailuku
J idl?e W. A. Mcliuy Oist. Magistrate, Wailuku
" J. Hccard ' I.abaina
" Ch as. Copp, " " Makawao
' Kuuukau, ' ' ' Ilonuuula
" J. Kaluiua, " 4 Hana
" Piimanu, " " tvipuliulu
" C. (!. Courinlt " ' Mulckai
' Kahoohalutiala, " ' Laoat
W. T. KuliinsuD, Tujc Aisossor Wailuku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy AhiesHor Wailuku
A. K. Tavarus I'aitt
Xu no, ' Laliainu
M. II. Keillor, " " llui.a
Wm. Hi nijiDfc', Supervisor, Cliairuiuu l.uhuii a
S. !:. Kaiue,
T. M. Church,
W. 1. llaia,
U H. Case,
W. V. Crockett ,
L. M. Ilulduiii,
W. V. Kuau,
J 'me liable" -fKahului Slailroad Company
K HULUI PUU N MXE KIHET DIVISION,
Couiily At turkey
l(Uily County Attorjey,
STATIONS A I I STATIONS,
Pas. t i t Pas.
Kahuiui Leave 7. 00 2.0(1 Kahuiui Leave
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 2.12 . Puunene Arrive
Wailuku Leuve 7.20 j i 2.20 Puunene Leave
Kahuiui Arrive 7.32 j : 2.32 Kahuiui Arrive
Kahuiui Leave ! 7. 35 ! !l.40 ' 2.35 5.10 Kahuiui Leave
Sp'villo Arrive 7.17 ' 2.47 5.22 Puunene Arrive
Sp'viile Leave ; 7.50 ! 10.15 2.50 5 25 Puunene Leave
l'aia Arrive j 8 05 j 10.35 3.0J 5. -JO Kahuiui Arrive
Paia Leave 8.13 I 10.50 j 3.13 ! 5.15 Kahuiui Leave
Sp'villH Arrive 8.35 j 3.35 Puunene Arrive
Sp'vilte Lea via. I 8.40 j ! 3.40 j Puunene Leave
Kahuiui Arrive 8.52 j 11.30 3.52 j U.05 Camp 5 Arrive
Kahuku Leuve. j 8.55 i 1.00 3.53 j Kihci Arrive
Wailuku Arrive j 9.10 i 1.15 ' 4.10 j Kihei Leave
Wailuku Leav '. 9.20 ; 1.35 4.15 :
Kahuiui Airive ; !.35 j 1.50 4.30 ' Kihei trains Tuesday
KLciHmIlu Railroad Company
AGE NTS H" O fi
ALEXANDER & RALDWIN, Ltd.j-'ALEXANDKR & UALDWIN, Line of Sailing Vessels Betwee
Sau Francisco and the Hawaiian. Islands; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.;