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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1908
THE MAU! NEWS.
ntered at tlie Tost Oifice at Wailuku, M.uii. Hawaii. sis second class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday,
maul Rublisliing: Compnuy. Limited.
iProprletorsl'and I'ubllshera, '
The columns of.tlie Nkws admit criniimiiiicatiiuis on pertiinent topics. Write only
on one side of paper. Sign your name which will he held confidential if desired.
SuBscirxiON- Hatk, in Ahvamk .f'.-'iO per Year, Sl..r0 Six Months
Hugh VI. Coke,
Editor nnrl vianK?r
m ak. n. moi
Roosevelt Deals The "business'' which is hurt by
with Criminal Weath. the movement for honesty is the
kind of business which, in the long run, it pays the country to
Lave hurt. It is the kind of business wliic'i has tended to make
the very name "high linutice" a term of scandal to which all honest
American men of business should join in putting an end. The
special pleaders for business dishonest v, in denouncing the pre
sent administration for enforcing the law against the huge and
corrupt corporations which have df tied the law, also denounce it
for endeavoring to secure sadly' needed labor legislation, such as a
far-reaching law making employers liable for injuries to their em
ployes. It is meet and lit that the apologists for corrupt wealth
should oppose every effort to relieve weak and helpless people
from crushing misfortune brought upon t hem by injury in the
business from which they gain a bare livelihood. The burden
should be distributed. It is hypocritical baseness to speak of a
girl who works in a factory where the dangerous machinery is un
protected as having the ' right'' freely to contract to expose her
self to dangers to life and limb. She has no alternative but, to
suffer want or else to expose herself to such dangers, and when
she loses a hand or is otherwise maimed or disfigured for life, ifr
is a moral wrong that the whole burden of the risk necessarily in
cidental to the business should be placed with crushing weight up
on her weak shoulders, and all who profit by her work escape
scot-free. This is what opponents of a just employers' liability
law advocate; and it is consistent that tkey usually also advocate
immunity for those most dangerous members of the criminal class
the criminals of great wealth. Roosevelt's latest message to
The Vanitv The news papers throughout the United States
of the rich, frequently announce the marriage of some wealthy
young lady to a titled rake of Europe. Columns are devoted to an
account of the affair and an attempt is made to leave the impres
sion that the match is a brilliant one and bids fair to be a happy
union. The announcement is made in a casual way of the anli
marriage settlement of a few hundred thousand dollars on the hus
band and the relatives of the bride try to convince themselves that
the bride has not been virtually sold in a more despicable manner
than were the slaves of the south before the rebellion although
every one knows that is just what lias boon done.
If it were strictly a case of Larg.iin and Mile as is the custom in
some half civilized count ri(s Wo should ihiaginc the bridegroom
would naturally tuv for his brii'c hui ..is is nd ilio ens' ith tin-
titled paupers who have nothing t oil. r t
name, a broken down constitution, adept
A few months elapse and hint-. it wild e.-ic.apii.l.-s tun n I" n ;,c'i
the ears of the public The I - 1 1 . - MifiVu. in si-iii- for a !;me and
then an open rupture is anni'ii..c I and i !i" i:.ur: an called up -n
to sever tiie bonds of a inisj.: n.ot ti nni n
This has been t hi ultimate ims.jU of a givut ina nity o' the
matches of American vountr won en with the titled iiuulmi-n of
. I'l'ido in.t a dishonoiv 1
Led I ivf! it I V am' n mean-
Europe. In spite of this know leii
il h.v povnts allow their
vanity to get the better of their judgement and allow their da"ghl
ers to inarrv tnese worthless li'llows Kiiowinsr lull well that in.-
happiness is almost certain to follow.
The Governor's The plan of the (Joveni r of t lie territory to
trip. visit the various islands and familiarize him
self with the industries and possibilities is a i;ot commendable
While making his trips through the group he has an e:cctilent
opportunity to get'acquainted with the people and gaiii their con
Ho will see the country as it is and study the industries u:.dbe
in a better position to know the possibilities of the different local
The Territory is only beginning its development and m my now
industries are possible while others such as rubber and the pine
apple industry and horticulture are as yet in their infancy.
The McUryde plantation has done much to solve the labor con
ditions there and it is probable that many other plantations will
follow their example. Their plan is to supply each family with a
house and lot and a tract of land that may he planted to vegetables
or pineapples and while this land furnishes much of the food of
the family they spend imit of their time as laborers on the plan
tation. While this is of course u private undertaking it furnishes
a successful illustration of what may be done in certain localities
and may be of service to the territorial officials.
On this island the plan to give the worthy laborers lands in fee
after having worked a ceitain n amber of years on the plantations
is proving a success in certain localities and the results of the
labor of these people is a matter of interest to alt who would wish
to &ee citizen labor employed to 1 he exclusion of Asiatics where
the same is possible.
The amount of laud that is required for a family in the pineapple
district is a matter of interest as it. may b.s used later when lands
suitable for the cultivation of pines will be placed on the market.
These and many other matters of interest will demand the at
tention of the Governor and his party while on the island.
R nno u ncc m c it t
q MRS, DUNN begs
to announce the arrival of
Easter hats from Nw
York and Paris. These
will be on view March
6th, 7th and 8th. They
are genuine creations,
representing the finest
thoughts of modistes of
international fame, and
reflect hat style of the
world centers. Ladies of
Maui are cordially invited
to inspect these models
when in Honolulu.
Foit and Beretania
Machines for sale on the
Big Discount for Cash
Machines for Rent
By tho Day, Week or Month.
DELIVERED and CALLED FOR.
Wo have just received a new line
of Automatics and Family Ma
chines and all kinds of Needles
BISHARK STABLES CO.Ud
HEADQUARTERS WAILUKU EXPRESS
an i. SALES STABLES
S. DECKER, Agent.
P. O. Box 25.
Next Door lo Wailuku Cash Store.
- - Wai'uku
kMlkVlJ 60 YEARS'
"iS?: Vyv4 TnanE Marks
rPvVfV Copyrights Ac.
Anvmift Kondlng ft ttetrh and dpflorlntion may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether aD
Invent inn in probnblv patentable. Oonininnioa
ttctnNfitrictlTFoiitldpiitlnl. HANDBOOK on Patent
sent free. (Mt-wt BL'onry fur socunnjr patent.
Patents taken thmmrh Mutm & Co. receive
tprrinl notice, without chnrge. iu tho
A hnndpomelv tllitstrfitrrt weekly. T.nnie.ii. eir
riilaliim nt any pt-'i ill'? .Ii.un .ij. Ternm. f 3 &
renr: fmir tin ml ha, f 1. t'oi by tiV Tif wxienler
braocb oihe;. tfJ5 V 8f- WvihiiK'iuti. I. t.
The BISMARK STABLES
prsposes to run the Leading Livery,
Stable Business pn MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQHS
Excursion Rates to lao and Ha'e
akala with competent guides
NEW RliS- -NEW TEAMS
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monument Works, Ltd
M mi tiJtiK km
We Sell Iron Fence
Whm, Fonrd rereivrd the TTicrbrpt Awnrd.
"iilrt Ud:l. W (irl')V Knir, St. l.oni, 114.
i l in. -oi"miriil fence yu ran l;v. ,
Prii-i- lii.h thiin n r'T"( tab wooi fi'Jice. hV
not n'p'ncc ymir old one now with a neat, t ,
tractive l.tur rLM
Over 1"" tl'-MiiZii 'f lien Kt ttr. Xtf-ffWVr
Iron rion-fr Y:wo. cfui V'Hii
' etc.fhown in our caiuli''.tifii. y
Honolulu T, H.
l)e'.ivcri (l in W'ai'.uku iverv Saturday
mi'l at Taia ami lIani.i':na;'oko on
'Vl.u-sil ays ;,t low-fat (irioc ...
POT.TOSS. WATERMELONS, BUTTCn. lGCS
PO'JLITIY. SMCKI.IfiO PIGS. CO.-N, ETC
Tuk'pliiini; Orders lo
Fk . M. Landgraf
I'boi'RIKTvjr K. I.UA HARM.
I'.-Vi 'lone No. 35'.
Music ami fun are -rood
The Victor heats the doe-tor.
Our easy-payment plan
poon settles all the fees; but Bcllriiiger is the only Bullringer in the
the medicine keeps on com-
mir. And its mighty p'eas
ant to take. Write us.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
Young Lady Dies
Miss Minette Eckait a daughter
of Max Ei'kart died at her home
in Wailuku on Sunday morn in u'
after an illness of six weeks with
She has never heen very slioiii;
and her condition was considered
critical from the first.
Doctor Dinegar attended her and
was in regular and frequent atten
dance and had Doctor St. Sure as
sist him hut all efforts seemed of
Miss Kekart leaves man' friends
to mourn her untimely death.
Do not throw away your
old books. Send them to
the Maui Publishing Co.,
Printers and Book-binders.
Country. Sired by Bellriuger, dam Aus
tralian Maid. At the Bismark Stables.
fcffagiitRscaafflflngiiaMa1 w iwvt m m j i w i mum
Seeing is Believing.
Wo 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,
, Sponge Holders,
So;ip nuk Sponro Holders,
Towel liars in various size's,
Towel Racks, 2-3 and 4 fold.
Comb and Hrush Trays,
Tooth and Brush lh-lders,
( Kob.j Hooks, etc.. el.-.
q To realize thr.r h".iuty aiu! lu-oiulaess t hoy
ja must le sn-i! ar.'l tis tl. Taken .:s a wliole these
t iittiii",s are the most artislie, practical, easily (leaned
I and therefore th- MOST SAN.ITAUV.
Our prices lriti' them within tho reach of all. .
We invite your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RAJLROAB CG.'S
Masonic Temple, : : KAIIULLI.
Sfime JablC""3fCahului Sliilroad Company
WAILUKU PA1A DIVISION
STATIONS A' M' M Pas. STATIONS M"
Pas. Fit. Pas. . Pas. j only Pa
i - - -
Kahului Leave 7.00 2.00 Kahului Leave ti.20 ! 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 2.12 lunene Arrive 0.35 . 1.35
Wailuku Leave 7.20 2.20 Puunene Leave (U0 l.id
Kahului Arrive 7. 82 2 32 I Kuhului Arrive G.55 '
Kahului Leave 7.35 !).40 2.35 5.10 Kahului Leave S.10 ! 9.15 bill
Sp'ville Arrive 7.17 ,).55 2.47 5.22 Puunene Arrive 8.25 10 00 3.25
Sp'viDe Leave 7.50 10.15 2.50 5 25 Puuuene Leave 8.30 10.30 8.3i-
Paia Arrive 8.05 10.35 3.05 5.40 Kahului Arrive 8.45 10.45 3.45
Paia Leave . 8.15 10.50 3.15 5 45 Kahului Leave ' 9.45
Sp'vdle Arrive 8.35 ! j 3.35 j Puuuene Arrive i 10 00
Sp'ville Leave 8.40 i 3.40 Puuuene Leave !
Kahului Arrive 8.52 11.30 3.52 0.05 Camp 5 Arrive 10.30
KuIiuIji Leave 8.55 1.00 3.55 Iviliei Arrive 11.15
Wailuku Arrive 9.10 1.15 4.10 Kiliei Leave 11.30
Wailuku Leave 9.20 1.35 4.15 2 .
Kahului Airive 9.35' 1.50 4.30 , Kiliei trains Tuesday only and carry freight onlv.
Kahului Railroad Company
Ai.iKAAiMJr..u tx UALUttw, litu.;--aliIi.a.ai.mjjiu iV jsAUUvi:, iuie of Sa;lin, Vessels I'etweer
.San Piauciseo and fie Ilawaiiau Islands; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAm'sUIP CO.;