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SATURDAY, MARCH ), 1903
THE MAUI NEWS
THE MAU! NEWS
ntcreil at the 1'ost Office nt Wailuku. Mav.i. Iliu.'it, :
;i s si.com
d class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
AAmu! Rutolisliing; Company. Limited.
llroprletors 'nnd I n e lis li r s .
The columns of.tlie Ni.ws admit communications j.crtimcnl mpies. Write on'v
on one side ol lper. SiKn your name vwliioli will ! l-ld omiidctial if d, siml.
SunscirtioN Katks. is Ai'vani'K -V.-.0 per Yi'M r. M.r.0 Six Month,
Hugh V . C; oke,
lidilor tinci Mannger
MAR. 21. H'tlS
To Correct Tlo announcement that the .lapam ,-e t'.overn
n evil. raeiit will enforee a . -haniro i:i the nam. or of
bathing of her people was roceiv.-.l with approval by every one
who believes in u higher standard of inoral.ty than is apparently
practiced by the cooley class of J ip m s, w.k v.-i-b; m l.li.i lorn-
t0'he rule to be enforced is to huvo nil bath house m ule with two
separate and distinct apartments and Kiidorii.u-iivnrostaiicwf allow
persons of opposite sex to bathe (outlier.
Tho Japanese are i.robably more particular about bathm- than
any race of people in the terrtory and much crtdit would be
due them for this were it not for the fact mat it is their custom
for all classes and both sexes to baihe at the same lime together
in ther bath houses.
It seems now that it is the intention of U.e -Japanese government
to force her subjects to conform to the reMoirements and customs
of other races in this respect and remove a serious objection to
the Japancso as a race.
It is certainly the part of wisdo n for the Japanese government
to require her subjects to gain the respect and maintain it of tho
citizens of any country where ever her subjects may reside.
A Welcome The drought that has existed for many months
Rain. has at last btjen bl'oli0" b' il Sl,od st(!!l(J' ram or
tioo Snow. At no time during tho past twenty years has
there been such a shortage of rainfall as during tho present wmt.
er. The fall has been less than one third of that of the lease rain
fall of any similar period during the past twenty years
The suffering has not been great except in such localities as Ku
la. Waiahuli, and Kamaole. In these localities, however the reser
voirs and tanks have been entirely emptied and the res-dents or
those localities have been compelled to carry the necessary water
for their animals and for domestic purposes on pack animals over
a distance of many miles. A number of animals have recently
died for want of water to drink and many others suffered greatly.
It is believed the present rainfall will'make the binds suitable for
cultivation and relieve the distress in those localities and benefit
the entire island.
mQt ,wv npriod makes it evident that larger reservoirs
i 1,1 un vniH in tl.nso localities and tho matter of impounding
the waters there is being advocated by a number of the residents
?l n nouncc m c n 1
q MRS. DUNN begs
to announce the arrival ol
Easter hatr, from New
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 ot
Maui are cordially invited
to inspect these 'models
when in Honolulu.
SINGER jBISMARK STABLES CO.Ud
cr iv i v j: ri 1 rmwcc ! wailukp, maui
JLM 111U :i AUUIllkO.
.Machines for sale on the
Rig Discount for Ca$li
frlachines for Rent
By tho Day, W.-ek er Mouth.
DEI IYKKFD and CALLED FOIL
J V' have jtlHt reci ived a new line
I of Automatics and Family Ma
i chines and all kinds of Needles
! a nd Supplies.
1 S. DECKER, AgenL
liliADQU ARTLRS WA1LLKU EXrRliSS
am. SALES STAHLES
The BISMARK STABLES
pr poscs in run the Leaihnu Li VEH v
Stmh.k BUSINESS UN MAUI
I p. O. li x L-.-j.
! Main Street,
Yi( lli(HlC 224.
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
Excursion Kates to lao and 1 1 r
akala willi competent nriiulcs
NEW RIGS- -NEW TEAMS
Next Door to Wailuku Cash Store.
' Trade Marks
f-iA- i-. ' ' . rifA Designs
a nnnAt.iri a .lint, h fltirl 'Innrrtntlon mnT
i on'riir iwwriain or o.lnt.n free wliethor an
, nnii"ii ujiriAH'ltr'Hi'ili1"' ciiiniuiiica.
I il.,n.sir,!.iymi.illcril.il. HANDBOOK "n I'.it . nt
i El'llt trc.. Chlrl liUftll ' f' r l.:iimiil! IMltOill .l.
! l'Mti"ii i.'ison liiroinrii Jlinm Sl Co. rec;!ve
I iil ilV.ict, wllhoia flmru-O. Ill tile
I Scientific fimim.
! A hllldMni"1v f V " ' -v tt- v. T vw" r-r
! rnbu ion -t:v 'j . 7 ; - J1
ilawaiian Iron Fence and
ilionrmcnt Works, Ltd
, t t
i We Sell iron Umn
'ill.' nurnT T"iinHiM1ii i.-iM--
lint r-1 :l V 'MF "I t "!? I1UW 'tl Jiii'.a(ii-
Over H-l fl- frim -f Inn 1 "l v.P?ri,7 J ir
I etc., shown in fill" c;.lni- :ii c.
Honolulu T. H.
Folt and lieretania
LOnCHMAUl, No. OS I, A. F.G-A. M.
Our County Since tho institution of County (Imernment ni
Affairs. the Territory I ho t'onnly .f Maui has boon under
republican administration and tho. wisdom of the electorate in
nVmnsino- those whom they did has h -en demonstrated in many
At no time in the past has the Ten itorial jrovernmont done so
much for the County as has been done by the County Ollicials.
At no time has there boon so many residents of the County in
theemployoftheTerritoryaslherehavehM.il in the employ of
At no time in the history of the Ttrritoiy has there boon bettor
police protection than durinpr the time of County Covcrnment,
At no time in the history of tho Temior.v has there boon so much
improvement in our public road as there has boon under County
government and yet there are a aumb.'i- of disgruntled politicians
who would have tho electorate D-nevo it, at, every im is
the dogs and that their services are required to save tho country
A study of the names of those who ute apparently ut the head of
the Democratic party and a knowledge of ihoir i. cords leaves hut
one conclusion possible and that i-, that tlh.r- will be soro disap
pointment among the followers of those folio .vs should they become
successful in the coming campaign.
At tbe last election a fusion Demoeiaiie Ih.tue i.-gri-rat!.n got
controll (,f the oilices of the County of Hawaii. The result was the
squandering of the public funds witji but little pewpiibie lesnlts
. and when ttieyat last awoke to the s'.ate of affairs tb.'.v w-i r im
pelled to lay off a large number of men and save from ih- urient
available, funds in order to pay up- their indebtedness while t. early
ell of the employees of the county except those who weie oc.-'.py-ing
remunerative positions had to seek employme.it in oilier direc
tions. a Ei.lrnf the rcDort, of the auditor of tho County of Hawaii for
"v - i r. :
the year ending December :;ist. may no oi inieresi,. u
Cnth HUH flVBfll l-llft ,'')A-
Stateil ineeiiiii.' wiil hci hold at
Masmie ll.iii, K diidui. on 'ho first
Sa?i:tvav of cac-l,ie t! ..' 7. 'W
Yisiljii; hiotlircii are i-,ivV.i:iv ia
vileil to .ittoud.
D. C. L1NLSA Y K U V.
t. f. S .ri elary.
Al.OIIA LOUC.n NO- 'i KMuiITS
lie'iwre ! in W.ii'uku i verv Saturday
a::.l at l'aia nn.1 ll.iina'..:i H'.ko on
W-iliK'fl.iys al 1 west price.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER. EfiGS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS,' CORN. ETC
Ti-leplione (Irilers to
A . H . L a n d g r a f
rROl'Rli'TJit KA L'-'A FARM.
T'.leplionc- N'o. 35a.
North Hilo, "
North Kohala, Overdraft
South Kohala Credit Lialante
North Kona, Overdraft.
South Kona, " ...t--
Kau Lava Flow Credit 15ul
-t ,:, I.' S
IJi't'iilar meetint.'s will tie I if b I at
the J.'iiiL'lits of lVttnas llali Wailuku
on Saturday, March IS.
Mt visita.c niciiHK i's are corniaii.v
invitetl to a'tend.
J. H. NETiSON. C C.
T. II. CASK, K. OK It. & S.
EDMUND II. HAKT
NOT.MIV I'flll.lC, CoNVEVASOFtl AS
A I i K .1 T 'J II G H A N T M A It K I A 1 K I A O E S S F S
Ofliee, Ci-ceit Court, 2nd Circuit.
Dil. P. A.ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGi;ON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
10 A. M. to 12 M.
1 P. M . to 3 P. M .
7 1'. M. to 8 P.M.
Total . : .f:;s,f27MO sj,;u,,;iu
That mistakes have been tr ade is admitted but no such wild ex
travagauce has been thought of by the men who are at the bead of
our County Government. Our county affairs are in safe conservative
hands. Let us stand by those who have proven themselves worthy
of our confidence and re-nomiuato them and elect them.
We have in exhibition in ottr show room a choice
selection of nickel plated DATHKOOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dashes for the Bathtub,
French Plate Glass Mirrors.
Soap Dishes for the Wall,
Sponge Holders, ,
Sponge Cups, '
Soap and Kpouyo Holders,
Towel Huts in various sizes,
Towel Hacks, 2-:t and 1 fold,
Comb and Hrush Trays,
Tonth and Brush Holders,
j Hob') Hooks, etc., etc.
To realize their ne.uity ami usefulness they
must !'e seen and uso'l. 'Taken . s it whole these
iHtines tiro too most artistic, tn act ical. oasilY cleaned
ami tl.eroforo tl)'- MOST SANITARY. jj
Our prices hi ino them wit'iin the ivaoh of all, R
We invite your kind inspccliyn. U
I KAUULUS ' RAILROAD COS i
lk'llrinecr is the only Hcllriiurer in the
Country. Sired by IieHriiifjer, tl:ini Aus
tralian Maid. At tile IliMiiark Stables.
lU II I III. PS
. . - - - - m w
I Masonic Teinpie,
Sfime JableZKaliului fR iilroad Company
WAILU KU - PA1 A DIVISION
K A ITU LU I-PUUNENE-K1HE DIVISION.
Leave i 7.35
The Star Planing filil!
PRAM KS, MOULDIXtiS,
Also carries a line of
CASKETS AND COFFINS.
VV. J. Pifloodv, : Prop.
Hello 172 P. O. li.-x 75
Sp'viUi' Arrive j 8 :!.")
Sp'ville Leave 8.40
Kaliului A ri i vi! ; 8.52
Kahul.ii Leave 8..rij
Wailaku Arrive j 11.10
Wailuku Leave !l.20
Kaliului A 1 1 ive !t.;j.
8.15 i 10.50
! Puunene Arrive
I Kaliului Arrive
! Puui'.ene Arrie
Kaliului ' Leave
Camp 5 Arrive
l.- ! 4.15
1.5') T 4.L10
Kiliei trains Tin sday only and carry freight only.
ICtiiTLslLii Reiiirooci Company
fKG tt NTS 'FOR
ALEXANDER & EALDW1N, Ltd.;- ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Line of Sailing Vessels I!et
San. Franoi.ico and the Hawaiian Islands: AMERICAei-HA WAH AN STEAMSHIP CO.;