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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1908
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered at the Tost Office nt Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as secortd-class matter.
A Republican Paper; Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
Moui Publishing: Company. Limited.
The columns of.the News admit communications on pertiment topics. Write only
on one side of paper. Sign your name which will le held confidential if desired.
HuBsciruoN Kate?, is Advance 12.50 per Year, $1.50 Pis Months
Hugh V. Coke.
Editor and manager
APRIL 18. 11108
Cofer's In the matter of the Appointment of Doctor
Appointment. L. Cofer as President of the Board of Health
the Evening Bulletin, in its issue of the loth instant has the follow
ing editorial that expresses our views on the subject so exactly
that -we give the same in full and endorse the utterances therein
"The appointment of Dr. L. E. Cofer as the executive head of the
Board of Health undoubtedly marks the first step toward the Fed
eral control of sanitary conditions in the Territory of Hawaii.
"This is the significance of the appointment.
"There is no abler man in this Territory, and mighty few in the
United States. Dr. Cofer's administration of the quarantine service
of this port has been of a character to inspire the confidence of all
people who understand the difficulties and the importance of his
office. His constructive work at the United States Quarantine
Station has proved his ability to do a great deal with limited funds.
"Those who believe that the sanitary administration of the Is
lands should be under the direction of the Federal Government
and eventually carried on at its expense, will be pleased with the
Governor's action. Those who view with alarm the Federal en
croachment of authority will be displeased. ;
"So far as the Bulletin is concerned, Federal administration ac
companied by the acceptance of Federal naucial responsibility
will do Hawaii a world of good.
"So far as the Republican party is concerned, the move made by
the Governor violates the spirit of its early declarations madedur
ing the time when ex-Governor Carter was in the ranks of the
political leaders, and therefore the party is put in the position of
either changing front or straddling.
"Mr. Pinkham will withdraw from bis position with a record for
work well done that has not been duplicated by any predecessor,
and his successors will have great difficulty in equaling it. He has
been more widely and vigorously endorsed than any man who has
ever been proposed for an office in this Territory He has the out
spoken respect of the respectable and honest element of the com
"Governor Frear will undoubtedly state, if asked, that he has no
sympathy with the malicious campaign that has been made against
Mr. Pinkham. He cannot escape the fact, however, that his action
has eiven moral support to that campaign. The issue has been so
clear-cut that it could not be otherwise, and he has not raised his
voice to protest or offered an objection to such methods.
"That is the practical result, and it will not be changed though
it is argued and hammered on with as much excitement, as Ion
and as bitterly as the preliminary Pinkham furore.
"There is no doubt that Dr. Cofer will have the hearty support
of the business men of the Territory, and Cofer is, after all, the
man who has the principal cause for personal worry, since he
occupies a dual position and is striking out on a new program for
dealing with old problems that have been a constant source of fric
"The Bulletin wishes Dr. Cofer well. May he duplicate in the
Territorial service the magnificent results gained in this Federal
Colored Under the heading of "Another Colored Egg" the
Eggs. Evening Bulletin of Honolulu takes us to task for
publishing a wireless message to the effect that the medical society
had "virtually" endorsed Pinkham.
The wireless message was published by us exacaly as it was
given us and as we believe was sent from Honolulu.
The News is not in the coloring line and wo a Id not color any at
tacks on ex-president Pinkham even if wew re.
The News is as strong a supporter of the administration of Mr
rinkham as the Bulletin ever was and would suggest that that
paper get at least a part of its Maui messages correct before it
enters the field as a critic.
On the 13th instant the Bulletin published the following:
(Special to The Bulletin)
Wailuku, Maui, April 10. The members of the Knights cif l'ythias,
Aloha Lodge No. 3, are hard at work these evenings rehearsing for their
minstrel show to come off on Saturday evening, April 25th. Dr. J. If.
Raymond is understood to be the interlocutor, while Messrs. C. Crowell,
Dr. W. U. Maples and two others will be eiid-meu. It is claimed that
this coming show will eclipse anything heretofore done by local men in
this direction. Reserved seats are already in demaud.
As a matter of fact the first intimation that any member of Aloha
Lodge had that either C Crowell or W. It. Maples had been nieu
tioned in connection with the minstrel show to bo given by the
Kpights was when the information was read in the Bulletin.
Knight of Pythias
The lnciiilicrs of the Knights' of
Pythias Aloha 1nlge are putting
forth every effort to give the puMic
1 high class minstrel show on Siitur-
lay April 25th.
The stage has been enlarged,
Acetylene foot lights have leen put
in plaee ami new paraphernalia com
plete' have lieen bought for the
New and costly costumes have
been obtained, new songs gotten ami
rehersals have lnrn on hand almost
nightly for some weeks.
In addition to the In st local talent
Honolulu has been drawn on ami
the best that that city has will be
it feature of the evening.
This show will be the swcllest
minstrel show of the season given
inywhere in the Territory.
Churches will Hold
, Easter Services.
Easter services will be held in all
the Evangelical Churches in Central
Maui on Sunday. At the- Chinese
Church Sunday morning then' will
be a special memorial service to the
Evangelist Ah Lin in ' connection
with the master sermon by Rev. 15.
B. Dodge. Communion Service will
follow the sermon.
At the Kaahumanu Church Rev.
E. S. Timoteo of Honolulu will
preach anil the Church will be de
corated specially for Easter. Rev.
Mr. Timoteo will also preach in the
afternoon at the Waikapu Church
at three o'clock. In the evening he
will conduct a special Easter service
at the Kalitilui Union Church for
the Hawaiian Congregation. This
service will he held at half past
The Easter service in English at
the Kahului Church will he hold
Sunday afternoon at half past three
o elocK. rpccuu music lias Oeen
prepared for the occasion, and lilies
from Honolulu and from Maui have
HELENA MONTANA, April 15. The dam at Ha user Lake broke
last night. The towns of Craig and Great Falls are threatened and the
residents are feeling.
NEW YORK, April 15. At a late hour hist night the indications
were that the delegation would go to Chicago uninstructed.
DOVER, April 15. The Delaware delegates are instructed to vote
for Judge Gray.
DURANGO COL, April 15. An explosion in the Royal mine
wrecked the works and killed three miner?.
PASSO ROBLES, April 15. Admiral Evans is better.
IIILO, April 14. Haili church was discovered on tire this after
noon. By hard work the fire was suppressed.
The fiftieth anniversary of the building celebration has been
arranged for June.
Electro Coal Oil
. Here to Stay.
Until quite recently one company
manufactured the majority if not all of
the illuminating oil used in this territory
With the advent of the Inion Oil Co. in
the field with crude oil used for fuel pur
poses came a change. Their refineries at
Oleum and Bakersfield, California which
are in the center of the oil producing
districts of that state, are up to date with
all modern appliances. Their new Elec
tro oil stands the high test required by
our local government for illuminating oil
and is meeting with great favor.
Mr. II. B. Weller (.Oily Sam) is the
representative of the manufacturers and
is looking out to see that the consumers
of this oil are well satisfied. Complaints
are promptly investigated and adjusted
The result of this buying that all of the
leading stores here are handling the oil
and as they only sell what their custom
ers demand it shows the growing popu
larity of this commodity.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Gunruntee& First-Class Work of
Wagons call for work and make
SPECIAL RATES FOR FAMILIES
S. DECKER, Manager.
RJ1. Rflclrcemy, Ltd.
SATURDAY, April 25, 1908,
and thereafter for one week
MR. A. I. SILVA
Representing the above named
firm, will have on display in Wai-
luku, a complete line of samples
of the various lines which this
well-known firm carries, which
The world-famous, ready to wear, STEIN
Business Suits, Outing Suits, Dress and Tuxedo
The well-known JOHN B. STETSON soft
and stiff hats in great variety.
Straw Hats of all shapes and grades, spring
and summe 1908.
Manhattan Negligee Shirts, the leading lino in
. the United States.
Reiser's celebrated Barathea Neckwear, four-in-hands,
bows, tics, etc.
Karl, and Wilson's Collars and Culls.
Panama Hats, Ladies' and Men's.
Cravenette Coats and Linen Dusters.
In fact everything that can pos
sibly be found in a well appoint
ed Furnishing Store, and which
would require too much space
to enumerate here. It will pay
you to inspect his line.
ter Mr. SHva will display this line In
Lahaina on April 22, 23 and 24.
Lahaina citizens please take notice.
Have you tried the -
If Not, Why Not?
CORNKR MOTEL nr..! FORT STS
frur snle by
KAHULUI STORE, KAHULUI.
IAIA STORE, IA1A.
EDMUND H. 1 1 ART
Noiw'ir Puni.ic, Conv kyan cer an
A dent to G n a nt Marriage Licenses
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit.
HUGH M. COKE.
BISMARK STABLES CO.lfd
HEADQUARTERS WAILLKU EXPRESS
and SALES ST AISLES
The BISMARK STABLES
proposes to run the Lkadino Livery
Stable Business on MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
Excursion Rates to Iao and Ha'e,
akala with competent guides
NEW RIGS- -NEW TEAMS
N NEW MANAGEMENT
Machines for sale on the
Big Discount for Cash
Machines for Kent
By the Dny, Wiek or Month.
DELIVERED and CALLED FOR.
We have just received a new line
of Automatics and Family Mn
chines and all kinds of Needles
S. DECKER, Agent.
P. O. Box 25. Telephone 224.
Main Street, - - - Wailuku
Next Door to Wailuku Cash Store. '
Sfime SfableCaliului Siailroad Company
KAH ULUI---PUUNENE K1HE DIVISION.
KIIIEI PLANTATION CO., LTD.
MOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
All persons holding certificates
of stock in the Kihei Plantation
Company, Ltd. in names other
than their own and who may wish
to dispose of said stock are urgent
ly requested to have same trans
ferred in order to avoid delay if
payment is made on July 1st, 1908.
No stock can be purchased except
from stockholders of record on that
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer, Kihei Plantation Co. Ltd.
Honolulu, .March 2Gth, 11)08.
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7.12 2.12 Puunene Arrive 6.33 1.35
7.20 2.20 Puunene Leave 6.4(1 1.40
7.32 2.32 Kahului Arrive 6.55 'V 1.55
7.35 9.40 2.35 5.10 Kahului Leave 8.10 " tt.45 S-10
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8.40 1 3.40 ' Puunene Leave
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9.10 1.15 4.10 Kihei Leave ' 7-il.30
9.20 1.35 4.15 . :
9.35 1.50 4.30 Kihei trains Tuesday only and.fny freight only.
Kahului Reiilroeici Com penny
AGENTS ROR '.
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San Frapcisco and the Hawaiian Islands; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.;