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SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1908
We have these stoves
in various sizes and at
prices within the reach
of all. They burn exact
ly the same as a gas
stove; no preparation re
quired. Turn on a valve,
light the burner and you
are ready to cook; no
ashes, no dirt, always
clean and neat. Gives
the heat where you want it and when you
want it; no waste of fuel, no hot stoves to
stand over, no waiting for the fire to start.
Bakes beautifully, gives you hot water
while you would be building an ordinary
fire. Meals can be cooked better and quicker
than by any other method except gas and
they are not expensive to run. You only use the fire when
you want it and then turn it out. All expense ceases at once.
Dangler Gasoline Stoves
Received the Grand Prle. Very
Highest Award, and Cold Medal
t World s fair. St Louis.
Simplicity and perfect operation are the
features that contribute to the strength and
durability of Dangler Vapor Stoves.
They are constructed according to the
safety requirements of the National Board of
Fire Underwiters, and are on their list of
AT QDEYM A f Af UFQ
" 35c yd.
Foulard Tissue, 3()c per yd.
Swiss in plaids and checks 40c yd.
Seide Glace, ?3()c yd.
Nagasaki Silk. 35c yd.
Colored Embroideries from 12 2 to
Embroidering needles assorted in
each paper 15c.
Check Wash ribbon and many new
The "Big Store
with little prices
Xocals anb (personals f
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Attend the Moving picture show to-1
night (Friday) at the Armory hall.
FiUpatriek Brothers have a new adver
tistnent in this issue. Their cigars are
becoming more popular every day. Read
their- advertisement in another column
and if you use cigars purchase a box of
them and you will not regret it.
A new acetyline plant was installed
since our last issue in the new billiard
parlor of the Maui Hotel by the Mer
chandise Department of the Kahului
Railroad Company. The plant is the
Omega and is giving the best of satisfac
tion. At the Knights ot Pythias Hall on
April 25th there will be given the most
up to dale tninislrel show ever seen in
Wailuku. A large troup is being trained
by Doctor Raymond who was chosen by
the lodge as the director of the troup and
under his management the members are
worknu: hard to make the event a
thorough success. New and expensive
costums have been purchased paraferna
lia has been secured from Honolulu and
San Francisco ami every indication is
that the event will be a thorough success.
There will be a meeting .of the .Maui
Racing Association on Saturday April
4U1 at which time arrangements will be
made for the coming Fourth of July
Races which will be among the best races
ever pulled off on the Maui track.
Senator A. N. Haysclden and Mrs. K
S. Dickenson of Lahaina were married at
the Episcopal church in Lahaina on Mon
day the 13rd instant. The ceremony was
performed by Rev. W. 11. Weymouth.
Deputy tax uSressors and collectors
George II. Dunn an.' A. Tavares were
in Wailuku Thursday on business con
liected with their offices.
The Queen Lodging house of Wailuku
has new rooms, new furniture, clean
beds, 50 cents per night i
t.f. A. Do Ucgo, Proprietor
Superintendent of public Works Camp
bell will take steps to 'improve the water
supply of Lahaina as lie found it ncidei
by personal inspcetioiV on l'is lute- vi:-it t
the town. :
L. L. Mi-Candles i(; quoted as making
an ofier to give $oih if nim U i'ii others
will each do the s.mu', to put a macada
mized roail aroliud O.iiui.
Superintendent Marston Campbell of
the Department of Public Works will
send a donkey engine to operate the der
rick at Keanae landing on todays steam
er. This is in keeping with his promise
to the people at the .public meeting held
there when the Governor and party visit
The grand jury was again called to in
dict those indicted last week.
"Supervisor S. K. Kuiue is ill at his
J. A. Palmer sent a wireless to Henry
Watcrhonse Trust Co., saying. "Exten
sive eruption volcano Saturday night.
Lava rose fifty feet in pit. Reflection
visible Hilo and Honuauo. "
During last week's flixid the water ran
over, the safety weir of the Niuianu dam
at the rate of S,Soo,ooo gallons an hour,
besides probably as much more through
the two discharged pipes. The dam was
not injured by the Hood.
W. O. Smith is quoted as saying his
nomination for Republican National Com
mitteeman at the Manoa precinct meet
ing was a surprise to him.
S. M. Kanakanui of the Survey De
partment has gone to Keanae to resurvey
EwaandOahu both advanced a fraction
on the Stock Exchange this week, and
Waialua made a jump of $2.50.
Harry T. Mills, proprietor of Mills'
past due agency, was this week refused
restoration to citizenship by Governor
Frear, after a careful investigation of the
matter. The Governor stated that he
had given his reasons for his action to
Mr. Mills in the letter of refusal he had
written, but declined to make them
Mills was disbarred some time ago as a
member of the Hawaiian bar. Since that
time he has been living in Honolulu and
making a business of collecting bad
debts, which has naturally not added to
his popularity with a good many persons.
Recently Mills applied to the Governor
f ir the restitution tf his citizenship, sub
mitting some letters in his support.
Tin. work of macadamzing the road that
crosses Iao Valley at the foot of Market
street is being done by the road authori
Of Great Interest to Pros
When Dr. Raymond was asked
regarding the proposed land ex-
lange with the Government for
lands at I'lupalakua, he 111 tdo the
ollowing statement :
"Governor Frear lias thus far
shown himself to he a man of sound
husiness sense ami in the manage
ment of the affairs of his ollice ho
appears to lie intensely praetieal.
"He is the first Governor of the
Territory who has ever at anytime
lieen on the lands of Kanaio and
Kahikinui. lie is the lirst Governor
who has thoroughly looked over tin'
land of I'lupalakua and the adjacent
Government lands in that ncighhor-
hood, areas of waste lands that run
into the thousands of acres.
"Thus it can he easily seen that
he is pursuing the same careful
methods in ascertaining the assets
of the Government as pertains to
puhlic lands, as a shrewd husiness
man would naturally do in the ac
quirement of a mercantile husiness
in that he insists ujxiu taking an
inventory of the stock of goods ofYcr-
ed him hy the seller of the same
and hy so doing he asei rtains delin
Hely tin; exact status of the husiness
knowing the same, he is prepared to
Tin! Governor, on his tour of
inspection, has learned the truth
and he now knows that the Imiiki
tide agricultural lands of this Terri
tory, save those lands that are now
in use hy the sugar plantations, are
hy far more limited in area than any
previous executive ollicer lias np-1
peaivd to know or would admit, if
they did know, and hy far less than
the great majority of the jx ople ever
had any idea of.
''Kxact knowledge of conditions
is a most important factor in mak
ing a proper classification of puhlie
lands for future use ami a most vital
necessity in the formulating of a
sound land policy.
"Al)Ve all tilings the Governor
has learned for himself that kinds
hitherto lauded hy the : ,). .
press and supposed hy th' mijorj -.
of citizens to he agricultural 1 o-'
are, in fact, waste lands am' o, y
portion of which can he inc.! .
nd class pastoral lands.
"With an exact kno'v'.V. (.t
land conditions it heeomes com pa r-
itivcly easy for tin- Governor and
individuals to arrive at an under
standing ami where the individual
land owner has in n.i.st t very ins
tance thoroughly understood the
conditions as they existed, and do
now exist, the troiihle has heeii in
the past that the ollieials have hem
ignorant, hence meeting on a com
mon ground has hecn almost impos
sihle in these land exchange cases.
The prohibition to he suhmitted
to the Government hv the Kaymonil
Ranch is to" turn over to the Gov
ernment a large tract of agricultural
land that was formerly used for the
cultivation of sugar cane hy the late
Captain Makee at I'lupalakua, the
Vei'V heart of the once famous Makee
plantation, in exchange for ci rtain
tracts of pastor;, 1 and waste lands
now in ue hy the I'aymond l!aneh.
"It is hclicvcd hy me and tlnc
ssociatcil with me that, dc-pite
-trong advice to the contrary, the
-aid exchange will not only open up
to sonic nay laniuies iioiiusieau.
ii!on which more than a living can
In' made hy the homesteaders hut
that a step will he taken - towards
Americanizing our Islands ami in
fine produce results that will more
than repay us for the apparent sacri
fice at this time.
"These lauds have produced large
crops of cane. They have produced
everything in the way of agricultural
and horticultural produce that can
he found anywhere in the world.
Corn, jxitatoes, apples, tohaeco,
pineapples and other crops have hecn
seccessfully grown there.
"The climate is ideal. The roads
are good and the wharf within an
hour's drive amj with great rows of
matured eucalyptus trees growing
there hy the roads they add toward
making the place an ideal one for
homesteaders. There is a sulllcient
rainfall for pineapples and for all
"We are cognizant of the fact that
the area of agricultural land is very
Imiili'il ami that these lands are
now in demand hy asiatics who have
made application time after time to
n ut them, also that they will neces
sarily inen ae in value as the avail
aide lands of the Territory are taken
up and enhanced hy the natural
progress that will Ik- made in tin'
country in the future.
We want to do all we can to aid
the Government in securing settler.-
for the country and our policy of
confining ourselves strictly to tin
caitie iiusmess is hv no means
prompted hy selfish husiness prin
ciples. I feel sure that in the end
we would make more money hy
holding our agricultural lands and
w rhaps grahhing more, L lit 1 hi
lieve it is the duty of every person
hi re to get in and work for nion
M ople and hy so doing insure jht-
maneiit prosjicrity. Every sing
acre will he given up for agricultural
purposes if the land can he used a
such. It t a husiness pvojxisitioii
to do it."
Doctor W. II. Deas of liana returned
home Saturday by the Claudine. Ilecame
back to Wailuku Wednesday on the same
boat and is in attendance at Court this
week as a witness in the Ryosnki murder
Do not throw uway your
old hooks. . Send them to
the Mmii Puhlishing Co.,
Printers tind HooU-bindcrs.
Sealed tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to 10 A. M., Friday,
April 10th, 190S, and then opened by the
Board of Supervisors of the County of
Maui, for the construction of the follow
ing roads in the County of Maui, T. H.
1st. Relocation of Haiku-Kokotno road
from Belt road up to Upper Ilaiku-Pau-wela
road, District of Makawao.
2nd. Relocation of the Paia-Makawao
road from Kaluanui to the Cemetery,
3rd. Relocation of Belt road from East
Bank of Maliko Gulch to Main road to
ward I'auwela, District of Makawao.
4th. Relocation of the Paia-Makawao
road from the foot of Kainole Hill op
posite old Crove Ranch House to Maka
wao Court House, District of Makawao.
5th. Relocation of the Belt road from
Kuan to Maliko, District of Makawao.
6th. Relocation of Belt road across
Maliko Gulch, Makawao District.
7th. Relocation oi the Wailuku-Lahai-na
road from the bridge near Mile post
number 13 to Mile post number 14, Dis
trict of Lahaina.
The various plans and specifications
for the above roads can be obtained of
the undersigned at his office at Wailuku,
Maui, T. H. on and after Saturday,
March 2S, 1908. A deposit of Five Dol
lars will be required for each set of plans
and siecificatious which will be refunded
ed when the same are returned.
All tenders must be made ou the pro
per blank forms which will be furnished
intending bidders upon application.
The Board reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
Per .order of tlie Board of Supervisors
of the County of Maui.
March 2i-28 April 4.
The Superintendent of Public Works
has appointed Captain Edwin II. Parker
as pilot of Kahului harboi in place of
Captain Donald F. Nicholson, resigned.
Captain Nicholson some time ago sus-
tained a severe injury to one of his eyes,
1 w hile in the performance of his'duties.
He is now in the Queen's Hospital, and,
as some months Hre required for a course
of treatment, it becomes necessary . to
give up the ollice of pilot which needs
constant attendance. Captain Parker is
well known in the Inter-Island service,
his latest command having been the
Claudine. The Kahului pilot receive