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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1907
THE MAUI NEWS-
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered Bt the Tost Office nt Wailuku, M ini, Hawaii, ns second class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Ijsucd Every Saturday.
Maui Publishing Compnny. Limited.
Proprietors i'ond PiUjIlshers,
The columns of the Ki:vs admit communications' on pertiinent topics. Write only
on one side of paper. Sign your name which will he held confidential if desired.
SursscirTioN Ratios, in Advance $2.l) jut Ye'ar, $1.50 Six Months
- Iidltor nnd VlnnaKer
: - NOV. 0. )07
Hugh W. Coke,
To Improve the Much lias beep done in recent years
Streets of Wailuku. to improve the appearance of Wailuku
by widening and straightening the streets of the town hut there
yet remains much to do in this direction before the town is up the
standard of what it should be.
In its present condition it is almost impossible to rent a desir
able residence in town. Fractically there are but three streets in
Wailuku on which one would care to live. A great improvement
could be made that we believe would to the financial interest of the
property holders and at the same time add much to the beauty of
Wailuku and that is the widening and straightening of Viueyard
This street should be one of the choicest locations in town and
would be if the street was widened, macadamized and a good
cement sidewalk laid.
The fact that the street runs pa railed with the stream and npar
enough it to be away from the objectionable oders from Jap quart
ers adds much to its desirability. It gets the L nefit of the fresh
breezes that blow daily and its drainage is perfect, while the lay of
the land is ideal and the quality of the soil is of the best and yet
while it possesses all these natural advantages the street, its self
is more in the nature of a sheep t rail than a public street and
ranges in width from fourteen feet to probably forty feet..
There is ample room on either side of the street for those who
have realestate there for all purposes a'nd it would seem that tliey
would be only too glad to have the street widened as it would add
much to the value of the property in case the street was put in
Some of the property holders there have signified their willing
ness to give free of charge all the land that might be desired for
the purpose of widening the street while others are not willing to
give any thing nor even help pay for the construction of a side
Until such time as all of the property holders'there are willing
to allow the improvement of their property we believe it would be
mere folly to attempt to build a sidewalk on such parts of the
street that are already too narrow for traffic.
Guild will Hold Concert nnd
The Wonians Guild f the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold aeon"
cert and bazaar on 11 o evening of
November 30th at the Alexander
Tim musical programme: will hp
under I he direction of Tie v. Wm.
Ault and promises to he good.
The ladies of the Guild Jiavo ready
it large number of beautiful fancy
articles, also potted palms and vari
ous plants for sile.
Kefreshments will lie served alter
t he Concert.
The grab boxes will contain every
thin", to fill the children') hearts with
Train accommodations will be ad-
vc rtised later.
A Convenient The announcement that the Court has decided
Law. that the owners of land are responsible to the
tenants for damage done during the recent race riot at Vancouver
will be received with joy by those who wish to keep America free
from Asiatic influence, and at the same time treat them fairly.
To require the land lords to make good to the tenants will leave the
Asiatic no cause for complaint but it will make the landlords very
sny about leasing their lands to members ol the Mongolian race
where a strong race prejudice exists,
in order to be sate iroin loss in case or rtols land loras must in
future require higher nental from this class of tenants than from
any other race and as a consequence it will be found unprofitable
for them to go into competition with tho whites where they must
pay so much more for rent than persons of other classes.
The Japanese are probably tho most patriotic class of people on
earth and leave their own country strictly for gain and never with
the intention of making permanent homes in a foreign country
This of itself makes them an undesirable clas of people. Their
method of living makes it impossible for white people to compete
with them not because they are more skillful but because a white
man has been educated up to a higher standard of living than'the
Asiatics and demands a remuneration for his services that will
allow him to live better than the Asiatic and while he is a far more
skilled workman and can and does turn out more work and of a
better quality than the Asiatic the greater demand for remunera
tion for his services often over balances his skill and-makes his
work more costly than that of the Asiatic.
That the two races can not live in peace in America is unques
tioned and the sooner it is made unprofitable for the Asiatic to live
there the better for both races.
Our Canadian brothers seem to have gone us one better in solv
ing the problem of Asiatic exclusion. A method that wo would do
well to follow.
Claims to Cure Paralysis but
Makes a Failure.
Honolulu, October 2G. Dr." J. Lor
Wallach has another cure for a
disease that has baffled the medical
profession for many years. This chi p
is one for paralysis. John Richards,
who has been suffering from thi
disease for over two years is bein
treated at present by wuuaeh, am
has been for some time, ttichardscn
says: ''I have been suffering with
this terrible thing for over two years
now, and have been treated by the
doctors in the Territory without any
result. Wallach was recommended
to my wife by some of her Hawaiian
friends, who claimed that Wallach
could cure me. He has been treating
me for over two months without any
results, and I am satisfied that lie
has done me no good.
, "He has talked over his alleged
cures for leprosy with me, and al
though I have never seen any of his
patients, I think possibly he may have
caused a temporary outward cure,
but I do not think that he h is actually
cured anyone. lie is anxious to be
come superintendent at Molokai. and
if he was not able to be that, he wou'd
like to become president of the Board
of Health, so that he could give the
lepers the benefit of his drugs. I my
self have very little confidence in tin
man, think ttiat his movements are
entirely of a political nature. He is
a man who claims he can cure any
thing, although I am confide. t that
he has done me no good."
Colonel John Richardson was
stricken with paralysis at his home
in Lahaina Maui over two years ago
and is well known here. His state
ment may be of interest to those who
believe in Wallach.
Shooting on the land of ll.e Halo
jkala Ranch Co. is strictly piohibit
L von TEMPSKY,
Nov. 2, 9, 10, 23. -
Andrews vs Andrews.
A libel for divorce, was filed vester
day b Lorriu A. Andrews, formerly
sherilT of Hawaii, against his wife,
Alice Newell Andrews, on the charge
The libel sots forth that .the in. r
riage took place at. Haiku, Maui, on
May 21, 1888, ft v. T L. Gulick per
forming the ceremony. In June, 1000,
Mrs. Andrews went toCaljforMa a::d
is now resident- at 2135 Telegraph
avenue, Berkeley. The statement is
made in the document field that she
has absolutely refused to return to
live with the libellant and he there
fore asks for a divorce. The papers
will go forward to California for ser
vice There is one child, Alice Lor
raine Andrews, a young lady who ht's
many friends in Hilo. Hilo Tribune.
DIDN'T NEED CYCLOPEDIAS.
The canvasser for a cyclopedia
came to t'.e home of a colonel, whose
record he had carefully studied be
fore his visit. The colore! was es
pecially proud of some of his sons, s.o
the canvasser began with:
"Those are very line boys of yours,
"They are," replied the colonel.
"I reckon ;you are ready l buy
anything those boys want?"
"I air. so," said the father of the
"Well, then, let me sell you this
cyclopedia There's nothing will do
your sons so much good."
But the colonel looked at him
aghast. "Why, them lads of mine
don't need any cyclopedia. They ride
A regular Mr. Malaprop recently
came home Irom his first visit to Eu
rope He grew enthusiastic about
"It was fiue," h? declared, "to go
into I hem churches over there and
see the old tombs cigarrophagusse9,
they call 'em. And then the Sixteen
chapel is great, and as for the Vac
cination, where the pope lives, well!"
But his stock of compliments give
out. when lie got to the subject of
"I always refused them pennies,"
lie said, "because, you see, I didn't
want to set a bad prestige!"
SHE WAS WILLING.
"Yes," says the husband, "I have
consented to accept the nomination,'
"I am so glad the party is begin
ning to recognize your merit," beams
"Now my dear," the husband con
tinues, "you know that political af
fairs are not love feasts, by any
means. You must expect to see me
vilified and attacked iu a scandalous
manner. No doubt the opposition
will try to dig up. sensational rumors
about me, and all that sort of thing,
but you must not "
"Well," she interrupts, 'Tain real
ly glad of it. You have always been
strangely silent about whether or not
you ever were engage! to anyone be
fore you met me."
Maui No Ka Oi.
Tho truth of the above phrase
may be Kubstanti.iled by giving
Maui's own product a trial.
Kuupakalua Wine in any quan
tity from a bottle up.
Maui Wins & Liquor Co.,
A BEAUTIFUL BROWN TEDDY BEAR wiiMuj given
FKHK to tho girl under the age of 12 years on Maui receiving the highest
'number of votes, and
A JUVENILE STEEL AUTOMOBILE 111 also bt given
YWVA-: to the boy under (he 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.
Ballots will be counted every week by tho 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.
BET ftJ f
fen -ES TfeP
W 3 THE PEOftEER STORE
IN Til F. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In Probate - A t Chambers.
In the matter of the Estate of
Henry Clare Ovemlen. late of liana
Order of Notice of Hearing t'eti
tion for Allowance of Final Accounts.
Distribution ar.d Discharge.
On Reading and Filing the Peti
tion and Accounts of Mina E. Oven
den, Administratrix of the Estate of
Henry C. Owrnden late of Hana,
Maui, deceased, wl erem she ask to
lie allowed f 1000.72 and charges her
self with $181.") 94, and asks that the
same may be examined ar.d approv
ed, and that a final order may bp
made of distribution of the property
remaining iu her hands to the per
sons thereto entitled, and discha:'g
mg her and her sureties frc.m all fur '
ther re possibility as such Adminis
It is Olden d, that Monday, the
25th day of November A. D. 1007, at
ten o'clock A. M , before the Judge
of said Court at the Court Room of
said Court at Wailuku Island of Maui
be and the same hereby is appointed
as the time and place for hearing
said Petition and Accounts, and that
all persons interested may Ihrn and
there appear and show cause, if any
they have, why tho same should not
be granted, and may present evi
dence as to who are entitled to the
said property. Also '.hat notice of
this Order shall be published once a
week in the "Maui News" a weekly
newspaper, printed and pub'ished in
Wailuku, Maui, for three successive
weeks, the last publication to be not
less thau ten davs pievious to the
time therein appointed for said hear
Dated at Wailuku, this 14th day of
(Sd.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge, Circuit Court, Second Circuit
(Seal) Edmund II. Hast.
Oct. 19, 2G. Nov. 2, 9.
Do not throw away your
old books. Send them to
the Maui Publishing Co.,
Printers and Book-binders!
CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS,
CLEANED AND DYED.
Special attention paid to Ladies'
MARKET ST. Wailuku.
YVc have in exhibition in our show room a choice
selection of nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for the Tkitlitub,
French Plate Glass Mirrors.
Soap Dishes for the Wall,
Soap and Sponge Holders,
Towel Bars in various sises,
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 .is a whole these
fittings are the most artistic, practical, easily cleaned
and therefore tho MOST SANITARY.
Our prices bring them within the reach of all.
Wo invito your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.'S
MER CHAN D I 8 E DEPT.
AiuGLonic lernpie, : s KAH L I.
Sfime Sfable jfCahului Slailroad Company
WAILUKU PA1A DIVISION
A i rive
P M. !
Kiliei trains Tuesday only and carry freight only.
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