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SATURDAY, IULY II, 1908
THE MAU3 NEWS
ntcred at the Vo O.lice at W.nisikii. .M.i.ii, II iw.ii;.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
Mfiui I3utti3Min;r Compnny. LimittHl.
I'roprlelors unci I'ubllslit'rs.
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vi -nr ii. u iic w im'ii win i e n- ' ' . .... . ..
nil olio side il 1 ; 1 it. Sign
Sui!Sl'IPT!OS ItATK", 'N Al'VANi I
IIukIi v. OoU.-.
Tills will bi
a Fairy Ciiy.
IL':;ohiiu. ) nly l. Honolulu is
bv .b m-ci-s beir.g t UMn-d into a fairy
cit v. A rurpv "i men me wiring
the 1 1 Vi i ( i -i I street
I : Hi tor nnd fllnn.'lKPr
.1 i'l.Y 11. '"'
A Political The conditions that have lon allowed to develop
muddle. l-a-aUy bid 1" '-p n" s'''''"u r'htiea!
muddle that, lias yd ronl'r, nted tt.o h-.dcrs -d'tbo R..,.M5-.-in irl
rk by ! I.o united !'!'.-: I
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mcnt the Ivi-publican have suef-ed, d in
controll of practically every oihVe in h
County and District.
With the election uf gowd i-loai; an
and court pons as any edit-hils tint e
the states on tho ui:t i n '.an '1 one .vow
ami the univer-al su pport Ih.i
SPf-m all the i-unre so since ail
faith ami elect ed on the same
tlm .-!!-. A f.'W 'hM'St-l;:
coarse have carried ' n a impiviiuii 1,1 vd.
no opportunity i--p.hu- then. ' 1
sure and h-tce frci..i.ntlv added "tvii n.-t
ditior.s existing are utibcaruH.-.
It would seem t!.a'. i? ' M't ' wa
a number of our best t '...- :.- el (ae'i rap.
(..,. u, i.,,.,r,,tL; ..r il-.isri iviiii ;ii'! dill in 'hi
and all whom they d;i ik-1 l'.ie.
As a result pf lies eoiirse on the part of these ieoilei I outity
Attorney!) II. Case has resigned ami a serious condition confronts
u Ti" ;i r-t of his-were all it would not be so bad but
me ai -j . -
n-tu, kiwuv assert that is but a beyinnuu' of tl
uf i,..vo Kooit hi-tuiuhl i-n by t ho camp
HAttl m'- "" t
characLer of many of our best piUamh
sliirhtes-t suspicion of wron
,.,nr,t r.n-Lf-:.-i!s hut one and all
should. have the sui.poit of all.
Thnct, urc rosoonsible fol the fcVi
nro h,,t. few in number but inalte thcr work espec-.ally objection
able by at least claiming to represent.
It is time that this condition be called to a halt and one and all
be brought to a realization that it is in the interest of the entire
Z,V ih.it tv all work for the interests of the community
instead of working for personal spite and the pru.hmir
against which certain individuals hae a grudge.
f the --i y
and inakii-u tn-twoi !- of ". in-round
.ii:d :iho-it sonic of (he la'jn'sl
ii-iiiilini;: . mi w l.i-'li a da.ziiiip
array of ci-.-pt ric li.;lit.-w ill blossom
iluti n;r tfi'i-t work.
Never before has supli il n eialio
rale Si'Iietne of decorations been at-ten-pted
here and when all is
linishcd and the current is turned
on Honolulu will present a h i lt 1 1
ivorth ;;oini: a Imii; way to witness
LLnis have already been strun-r
nloin: Alak a. Hotel. Kin and
art of Fori street. The remains
to he linishcd the waMi iiont frt in
the iron-works to Fort street, pan
of Fort -trtvt. and reihcl street
iiecl u-iriiiony i .e- i-.i hom um ? i.-
T'-rs. v v ould ! ei! h-.it tin- -rounds have still to he
,,l poi.tira! j v.-ivcl and strum; witii lamps. Four
tn d -ts not liunnreil ii,iii!s wih m (.tu in ami
bv their aroim.i tneohl liliniat Ke', a no in-iu-.ve
lei ISiasidt- ll-eei is to liiv two Imn-
Schedule of Games to
be Flayed st Kalialai.
Today will wit ness 1 1n-opi ninjc ol
the liasihall season at the new
ej-ouud:'. ;it Kahului, whnh whin
linished will be the ln-t (Zi-oUnds in
Four teams air in the league and
are made up of the best ball tosevs
in the C.nlnly. One game will b
played every Saturday nt I p. in.
As was reported in our last issm
an onl v has been placed for tin
neccssiry lunibev to fence in tin
ground and when it is desi red h
turn the ground J over to an associa
tion liny will be ill a position to
shut out all 'dead heads'.
A large valuable trophy has bei n
s;-li i ted and will I" presiiited to the
winning tea m of tin- season.
The seln -dulc for the season is
follow,-, : -( !
.-. -" Fiie-T Si:t(ti-:-i.
1 F.i'.a v Waijuku.
Kalu.iui v I'uuneii.-.
Iliiim. n- v tVa.
1 Kaliuhn v W.rlukti.
Cliil No I.
BISMARK STABLES CO.Lfd
; be(U:a race issue but
here have beei obj-'ets
iield to do harm to i:ny
ali:'!! of' destruction of the
There has never been the
doiug ou the part of any one of our
have done their duty well and
conditions that now exist
the highest leaders of the
Matters It is lamentable that a man who has always sought
Political, to do every thing possible for the betterment of the
community in which be has lived for so n.any years should suffer
as a result of the wrong doing and iil, advice of ins tnends or
rather those whom he regards as his friends but this is just what
a very large number of the best ctti.eus of Maui believe to be the
position of ilonorable'H. P. 1 Said win at the present time.
' That Mr. Baldwin should exert a very gieat in Hue nee in social.
politicafand financial affairs is natural.
- There are very few people or standing in the community who
believe Mr Baldwin has any other than good motives in political
affairs but there are a great many who are convinced t hat lie listens
too much to those who do not possess the charade be believes
them to. ' i,i
Conditions have reached an acute stage at which an amicable ad-
justment of differences is imperative
died lamps iii-taMeit in reaihr.es-.
;o- tin- t'.eet festivities
S- i if 'J a i i - ea n d i -see u t have
been siiimg along the streets, ami
tnis exclusive ot the Capitol de
corations. Over eight tons of wire
will have been used when the work
Thirty-three men arc on the job
tolay and are working hard to
finish tin- illuminations by Tues
day week. It is probable that a
general test wiil be made nextSt-.n-day.
Sunday is the best day for a tes!
as on that day the engines have
less demand on them than on any
other day of the week.
The demand for extra electricity
is being met by the combination of
the plants of the Alexander Young
Hotel, Catton, Neil f it f'o.; Hono
lulu Iron Works and the Hawaiian
Electric Company in the good
cause, cadi plant hclpinjs out as
much as possible in its own district
Alexander' Young is furnishing
his own electricity for the illumi
nating of the Young. Hawaiian
and Moana hotels.
The gi.neral wiring of the city is
being conducted under the super
vision of A.' Menefoglio, superi
tendent of the Hawaiian Electric
A very effective decoration is be
in'' arranged -at the headuuai tors
of the Rapid Transit Company
Tains ue being taken to nake the
display uriioue iino aj ctiective as
any other illumination in the city
15 ;i-.f.fi Me v 'Vai'illui.
S,:. o!)' Si:-ri: .
22 P.iio v W.i'iuku.
2'l Kahului v '.'uuuene.
. o I'liunen - v I'ai- .
1'2 Knhuhii v U'e.'.lnku.
' I'a'.a. v Kabul ui.
C( it'NTV OF MAI I,
THRRITOUV OF HAWAII
in cMnpbaiuH-,v,ti. uic n.ks nioteti HEADQUARTERS WAILIKI EXPRESS
1-eliriiiiry 7, 1906, by llu- Kepublicau
l'artv u( llu? Territorv of ll.iwnii.
We do lieri-tiv call the Repulilicnn rrc-
rinct Clubi of the County of Maui, to
iiu-et on Friilny, the loth day ot July, A.
I). iqo-S, nl the liour of 7:30 1'. M., to
nominate oDicers of the resju ctive clubs
for the t iisuiiii; two years. The election
of the said officer to be held on Friday,
the 17th day of July, A. 1). 100S, lit the
liour of 7:30 1. M.
11. p. hai-dwin,
County F.xeculive Committee, County
U VICKY, HOARD
a nii SAf.KS NTARfdCS
The BlSMARrC STABLES
or iioses In p Uii the hi: MlINd lilVKUV
Stahi.k liesiNKss on MAtll
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
Kaliea Helu 1.
KAI.ANA O MAUI,
TKRITORI O HAWAII
1 kutike iii nie na rula lioo,onoioiio u
ka Aoao Repubalika i nponoia ma ka la
7 February, lg6.
Ke knhea nei miikou i naMahele Koho
Italota a p:ui o ka Aoao Repulialika o ke
Kalana o Muni e hui ma ka Poalinta, ka
la to o Inlai, M. H. ioo-S, inn kBhora7:,o
o ke ahiahi, no ku wae aici i man lima
ii tii no na Kalapn o na Malu-h: Koho, no
na iiiakalnki elu i e lnki 11:111 ana. Ma kn
P0.1 mm. la 17 o Inlai, ma ka hora 7:30 o
ke ahiahi e kohoi.i na luua nui 1 'vae ui.
II. P. PAI.mVIN,
I.iKiaho.un ilu o ke Kniir.U- Hooko Ka-
laau, Kalana o Maui.
" 2'i I'minnie v W ailuku.
The Winners ot the tirst series are
to play the winners of the series,
best two out of three.
(Continued from Pare 1.)
win, F.d. I'eek. ai,d I. C. Lindsay.
"Whites" 1). T. Fleming (cap-
in), F. V. llaldwin. 1! A. Hahl-
STATEMENT OF D. M.CASE.
At the earnest solicitation of the Board
of Supervisors, tho request of a consider
able number of my wannest personal
friends whose ideas concerning 1 ubbc
affairs accord with my own, and in the
hope that the leaders, more especially the
recognized leader, of the Republican
forces of Maui, may be induced to stand
for Democracy in its broadest sense, and
for clean men and clean politics, and fair
play, I have consented to defer the date
of my resignation to August 15, iy"s.
1). II.' CASK.
Ii. Liinnii,'-' . Saturday .Inly 11th
liiO.S, ami eo', tinning until further
notice, tl,-- Kahului Railroad ( '.1. will
Wsite i ll Sale.ro:. s round tr.p excur
sion t'a ki ts Iroiii all points 011 lla
lire to Kahulni and return.
C01 d only on dcte of is-ui . '
KAlU'l.ri RAILROAD I'O.
.Inly 7th. l'-'l.
DP. I'. A. ST.'SURIi
PHYSICIAN AM) SU:C!,!N.
OFFICE; FIRST .NATIONAL DANK BUILDING
Tii .. M. to t y.
1 p. toS ij. m.
7 I'. M. to S 1'. M.
Volunteer Fire Company
Elects New Officers.
Duu Conway, the popular travelling
man for T. II. Davies & Co., is on Maui
-,111, iin jiiipii 11 T'r2JzrZT ""-""" ..
Hl'DAPKST. July 0. Six per.-or.S Were huri.ed to death and
several injured in a lire hen- today.
LINCOLN. Neb., .Inly tl. Tad's banner, that has bi'en dying on
property owned by Bryan, has i-emov. d.
' XE'.V YORK, July ti.-Tl.e'wcai!.. r is . -.it-r. T'm-ie have b en
no heat u-estrations.
According to pre-t . r.t alviec- i'. t i.i rd d i vision of tin- A: Ian tie iicr-t,
consisting of the batth shi, I.oai-i.. i.a. Vi--iuia. Ohio and M i.--ourL
under the command of Ibar-.. In.ii a! W. II. l-im.-rN . wi.l are-leu-oil'
Maalaea Ray. pi'esumabiy about noon of the loth in-h as the v- uiain
ing vessels of ths ileet arc due to auive at Ilono-ui-.i at 1 p m.
Louisiana, llagship, Caj t. K. Nile-, iiginia, (':.,. A. Sharp.
Ohio, Capt. V. V.'. Hart left Mi.;.-'uri. Capt. C. A. M.niam. Kacii
vesiit-l will have about twenty-l .-e .-liiccrs ami 7U nun.
HONOLl'LU, July S. Captain Ci.rter's ca-e is hi lore the Federal
Li rand Jury.
(iovernor Frear has completed the draft of a new land agreement
making it harder fur spiculatois and ca-ier for settlers.
The citv is being decorated with hm tin-.'. h-i lieht- andlla.--.
Tie W.ii'uku N'olunteer Fire Coin
paiy1- met in their i'cv station Mon
day i venin'.r and eU'etcd (leu. W.
.M:ixvcll ts Srivt-iv of the Com
pany in p-ace of .loscph Nunes, w in
is re-w ii Honolulu, lie- nominees
weiv: 0. W. M.ixw. !1, A. II. Sllva
and F. II. Hart.
For Deli-gate ('has. O'Sullivan
was elected. The nominees were A
do Rego, L. H. Silva, (Tu-.s. O'Sul
There was a fai r attendant e . After
tin- election the matter of the where
abouts oi tin;, jlag was taken up
Foreman l'.r; tin stated that a tlag
had been pyi sen ted hut that it colli
let be found on the Fourth of July
and its whereabout could not 1
'lla- company neently erected a
llagpi.'.e ;,nd expicted to have their
l!..g to hc . i d when occasion re
i;:i'l'. d, but up t- the present time
n-i -!e , unit it is Chit f Coelho,
ha cv. i 'had a look at the Hag':
A lire alarm wa tuvnctl in and
tin boys given a 'run n the Maui
Until when it was announced that
ill'-al.iiiu wa-j one for ilrill ami the
lux - e:nt Was ordered back to the
L. K Smith, and Iv 1 T-.li-
DR. J. J. CAREY
Office over First National Harlk
Waihiku, Maui, T. H.
LIGHTFOOT & QUARLES
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OF KICKS AT
HONOI.PT.U, T. II., AN O
Waii.pku, Mapi, T. H.
,eiii-sii-.i Kalis to lao anil lla'e
aTi'a with compcteiit eii'ihs
ME A RIU3- -NEW TFAMS
Mdciiir.es tor saie en the
INSTALLMENT PLAN -
Big Discount for Cash
Machines for Rent
Hy the Day, Wiek or Month.
DELIVERED and CALLED FOR.
We have just received a new lino
of Automatics and Family Ma- J
chines jnd all kinds of Needles
the Haiku pineapple cannery is
now in toil action. I'.yerv tiay
art-loads of smooth cayenne pines
from the plantations of Henry
Alexander, S. lb D.nvdle, W. I.
Wells, l'ukalani Pineapple A Dairy
L'o , W. O. Aiken and others can be
ecu on the road to the factory
where 10S mil 1-hand.s are working
continually as busy as bees.
On Sat urda v J one 27th, 2:5.000
two-pound tins were put up at the
factory. In the storeroom a thou
sand cases are ready for shipment
to London, England, where a mar
ket has been obtained.
The pineapple, company has re
cently added storehouses 100 feet
gijuare, and so rushed that pine
apples not contriteted for ear. not
be received at the tactory.
The Kaupakaltia winery has also
increased . it storage capacity in
tanks and buildings 100 per cent.
anil will begin work in a week or
two as the grape crop is nearly
ripe. A tower lor the still is com
pleted and Manager Cole, states
that he will use all the pineapples
that can be obtained.
Notice to lai-tien wls-hin- to view and Supplies.
the entrance of the Amencon
J let into Honolulu, July IBtli,
The S. S. "Claudine," sailing from
!C;ihuhii on the eveuiilL' of lulv 15th will
issue round trip tickets to Honolulu and Msifl StfS6t,
return for one fare (fb.oo) good only for
that trip and vessel
Those wishing to avail themselves of
. S. DECKER, Agent.
P. O Box 25. Telephone 224.
- - Wailuku
this opportunity will please leave their A I Ai-I A C A I "fM
.,..,. ,.t On. Uinlrrviil Pli-not Kuliulili " La VF I 1 r Ll VVll
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
Notice o Power of Attorney.
Notice is hereby given that, during my
absence from the Territory of Hawaii, C.
I). I.ufkin of Wailuku Maui will act as
mv Attorney in tact.
Dated this 13th, day of may A. D.tjoS
tf. W. T. ROBINSON.
1R. GEO. S. AIKEN
Office at residence.
ICaiipi.ui, Maui, T. II.
Office Hours: 9 a. ui. to 4 p in.
Mauket ri-.iiA Wailuku
ANTONE BORBA, Prop,
Full line of popular brar.ds nt
CORDIALS. RRAN DIES-
WHISKIES, GINS .
Celebrated Pritno & Se?tae
Doll led lli-er
25c 2 Glasses 25c
N-.itliint; but the be.st,of
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PR1MO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting People
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
J. A. dos Reis
Harness and Shoemaker
II UG II M. COKE.
Not. kv Pfiu.ie.
lias moved his shop from the
Queen's Lodging House to. the
Alrdi Block on Market Street.
All kinds of repair work done with
promptness and satisfaction.
Uime JablcZKaliiilui 5lilroad Company
KAHULUI PUUNENE DIVISION.
Job Printing at tlu
Maui Publishing Co.
A M 1 I'as ' P M ' lUednsil'y a p
STATIONS i . ; I Pas. Pass STATIONS
Pas j lit j Pas. j nn)v Pas. Pas
Kahului Leave 7.00 I 2.00 P. M. Kahului Leave 6.20 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 j 2.12 Puuuene Arrive 6.35 1.35
Wailuku Leave 7.20 2.20 j 4.15 Puuuene Leave 6.40 1.40
Kahului .Arrive 7.:J.5 j j 235 4.30 Kahului Arrive 6.55 1.55
Kahului Leave j 7.40 j 0.40 j 2.40 ' '4.33 5.10 Kaliului Leave 8.10 3.10
Sp'viile Arm j 7.."2 ! J.55 ! 2.52 4.47 5 22 Puuuene Arrive 8.25 3.25
Sp'vi'.'e Leave ! 7.53 ,! 10.15 2.53 4 50 5.25 Puunene Leave 8.30 3.30
Puia Arrive S 10 1 10.35 : 3.10 5.00 5.40 Kahului Arr'nve 8.45 3.45
Paia Leave j .20 1 lo.2n j 3.20 5C5 5 45 Kahului Leave 9.45
Sp'vilie Arrive 1 R.33 ! 3.35 ' Puunene Arrive 10.00
Sp'viile Leave Sill 3.40 ; Puuuene Leave 10.30
Kahului Arrive. 8 52 J 11.30 3.52 - 5 30 ti ()." Kahului Arrive 10.45
Kahuhir Leave I 8.55 1.(10 1 3.55 '
Wailuku Arrive 0.10 l.:i;i ! Lib
Wailuku Leave j 0.20 i 2.00 i 1.15 ' , . .
Kahului A 1 rive ' 0 35 : 2.30 ' 4.30 ;
1 1 , 1
Kahului Railroad Company
ALKXANDKR & I5ALDW1N, Ltd.;- ALKXANDLR ei RALDWLN, Line of Sailing' Vessels Det.weet
San FraneLseo and tie Hawaiian Islands; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.;