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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1'.', 1908
Kuliio is Liked
Honolulu, SfptembiT 11. Land
Cominiysdoner Pratt, who returned
from Washington this morning
after a trip made for tin- purpose
of looking into the United States
land laws, brought back a very
ftrong statement in regard to the
returning of Delegate Kuhio to
Washington, lie says:
"From information that I gather
ed, and it came to nie while in
Washington and was not sought, I
I am firmly of the opinion that the
very best thing that this Territory
can do is to send Kui.io baek to
Congress as delegate from this
Territory. He is very highly
thought of in Washington and can
always get a chance to he heard
and when heard is believed.
"In Washington this means a
great deal. In the first place it is
very hard to get a hearing and
then when this has been obtained,
to be a man well enough knowjto
have your statements on any cer
tain subject believed without ques
tion, is still more important. A
' new man going there would have
to wait for some time before obtain
ing the same standing that Dele
gate Kuhio has.
"I am for Kuhio above any other
man in the Territory, even before
George Carter. Not that I would
say anything against any man
who might be a candidate for the
position, but because I think that
Kuhio is the right man for the
place in every way. He is liked,
believed and trusted.
"I worked very hard all the time
I was in Washington, spending
every bit of time duridg otlice
hours in the land department, go
ing over all their systems and pick
ing up every bit of information
.possible. The only time that I
took to myself during otlice 'hours
was the. afternoon befere I came
away when I made a trip to Mount
Vernon. One Sunday I went out
to Arlington to see the Lee man
sion and National Cemetery and
then took a trolley ride out to
Great Falls, Va.
"When I left the department I
was told that I had made the most
thorough study of the methods of
the land oflice work that had ever
been made by a visitor. I shall
make a report to the Governor and
to the Advisory Land Commission
which he has appointed, and ex
pect that I have learned many
things which will assist toward
the framing of better hind laws for
WHERE THEORY FAILED.
Poor .Patterson went into the
chemist's shop for some plaster for
his head. "I've always tried to
bring up my ch ildren to think , be
fore they speak," he said with a
tigh, "butI am convinced it i3 a
' Surely not, sir," answered the
"Yea, sir," Patterson replied
"I've told my children always to
count ten before they say anything
This morning 1 went out for a walk
with niv eldest boy. e were
walking near some partially built
houses, when Tom called out, 'Oh
" 'Now steady, my boy,' I said
seeing lie was excited; 'count ten
"Did he obey you?"
"Yes worse luck, W did; but be
fore he had got to five the brick he
had seen falling hit me on the
head. Thank you. How much?"
AN OLD STAND-BY. -Little
Willie Say, pa, what's a
Pa A technicality, my son, is
what lawyers quibble over when
the evidence isn't satisfactory.'
ONLY A SHOUT TIM P.
Mrs. Meeker Oh, doctor, my
husband seems to be wandering in
lib mind this morning.
Doctor Don't let that worry you;
be can't go very far Chicago News.
Worker is Dead.
Honolulu, September ".--Mary
Kealnha Kiniokeo, wife of llev. S.
Kimokcn, died at 10 o'clock last
night at her home on School street,
after an illness of a few weeks. She
was wen Known aim was an ai
Mrs. Kimnken was born at I'ua
kea, Kohala, August !, IS52. She
lived in childhood at Wnialua, on
this island, where she was educated
by Uev. O. H. (iuliek, who was
principal of a Hawaiian sehonl at
Haleiwa. On May 2.), 1871, she
was married to the Rev. S. Kimo
keo at Kohala by the late Rev. S. T.
Luhi.tn. Rev. Kiniokeo was then
teaching in Kohala. In' 170, when
Kiniokeo entered the Theological
Scniinay on Punchbowl street, Mrs.
Kiniokeo came here with him. In
ISSO Kiniokeo was ordained a pastor
for Waialua Hawaiian church, when
ind Mrs. Mimokeo remained for
During the pastorate of Kiniokeo
of Kauniakapili Church from 1817
to 1000, Mrs. Kiniokeo was always
ready to assist her husband in his
work. Resides being useful as a
Christian worker, she was a good
musician. She was a member of
the Kaahumanu and Aha'II,iu Ka
lania No. 1 of Kauikeaouli Societies.
At her request, the' funeral services
will be conducted at Kawaiahao
Church by 'the Rev. O. H. (iuliek
anil Rev. Ijoho of Kauniakapili
Church at !5 o'clock next Sunday
afternoon. The members of both
societies will attend in a body and
the interment will be at Kauniaka
pili Church yard.
. AN EXCEPTION.
New Curate We had a good
number after all, Mrs. Muggins.
Mrs. M Yes, yes reverence.
On summer evenings folks general
ly goes out to enjoy themselves;
but it was quite the other way to
night. Punch. . . .
On Frank's fifth birthday his
mother told him solemnly that
henceforward he must be a man.
He must be kind and gentle, and,
above all, must be perfectly truth
ful, etc. A few days later on en
tering the children's playroom she
caught her younger son, Robert in
the act of striking Frank a blow in
"Why do you strike Frank,
Robert?" the mother asked.
"Ue hit me
"Dul you, Frank?"'
"No, I didn't," averted Frank.
"See here, Frank," said she sor
rowfully, ''don't you remember
what I told you now you are five
years old that you must be a
man, and must never tell a lie
tell me did you strike him? Now
remember, the Lord sees and hears
everything you do and say and "
"Does lie know?" interrupted
Frank "whether I struck Hubert
or not, mother?"
"Yes, my son, He knows."
"Well, you just ask the Lord if I
did, will you?"
Two - young merchants, Clint
and John, who occupied adjoining
stores in a small town, were inti
mate friends. When business was
dull they visited, back and forth
Each w.as fond of a joke. One
cold, blustery day, when customers
were few, Clint sat behind the
stove 111 John s store. A young
woman, a stranger, came in and
John interest in the cause.
'"Some are giving as much as a
dollar,'' she. answered, "but we are
grateful for any sum, however
"John,'' said Clinnt, with an air
of authority, "give the young lady
two dollars out of the drawer.
And John, of course, had to
Do not throw away your
old books. Send them to
the Maui Publishing Co.,
Printers and ISook-binders.
Home Rulers of Hawaii
Boycott the Hawaii Herald.
Hi!o. September T. The criti
cisms of Editor Rockland on the
recent proceedings of the Hoard of
Supervisors arc not relished by
that body, and in retaliation for
the smarts inflicted, all advertising
under their control has been taken
away from the Herald..
The newspap?r man takes it in
good part and when asked what he
intended to do aboni it, said,
"What can I do? I have simply
used the right of an American
citizen to criticise public ollicials.
At other times I have commended
their actions. Lately however, the
proceedings of the Hoard have
been the subject of comment throu
ghout the county, and I am guil
ty of iii n ting an opinion that
is held very largely throughout
Hawaii. The meetings in the
"Coffee House" can continue, but
there is no power in the cabal who
act thus arbitrarily to stop me from
indulging in criticism when I deem
MISSED THEIR REDS.
Two hardy De nocratic cam
paigners, Foote and English, were
doing southern California one elec
tion time and got into the wild
country at the baek door of Los
Angeles. One night they reached
a farmhouse where they had ex
pected to find lodgings. The far
mer said he had nothing ' but two
Foot and English pleaded for
beds cots, trundle beds, anything
that looked like a bed. Nothing
doing, and the campaigners slept1
in their chairs.
When the first advance agents
of dawn scudded out of the east
the politicians laboriously aro;e
from their chairs and went out for
fresh air. They met the old far
mer milking the cow.
1 "Do you know, gentlemen," he
said, blandly, and without contri
tion, "you could have had a bed
after all. I was expecting two De
mocratic orators here last night
and saved the beds for them, but
somehow or other they never show
ed up dang em."
Taft ean train down without
Muldoon' assistance. Bryan will
give, him (he run of his life.
The Independence party it pre
pared fo next November. It is
carrying its Graves along with it.
-Chicago Evening Post. ,
There is a disposition among the
Democrats to m;ard the new
Hearst party as u sort of yellow
peril. Philadelphia Press.
Nothing significant, of course, in
the presence of just thirteen letters
in the name of John Worth Kern.
' A Tmnr MiRKi
Anyone snndlr.it a .ketrh and description mi!
quickly ascertain our niunion (rue whether an
Invention 18 probably patentable. Coimuuiilra.
tioiuntrictlycoui:itentll. HANDBOOK on Paieuu
uut free. Oldest Hireney for m-runliK patent..
Patents takeH through atunn A Co. receive
tprriul nMc, without charue, lu the ,
A handsomely II' tint rated irm'kl. l.artmt cir
culation of any lu'iuniin- I'.un ul. 'I'erma, M a
year! f our moll' CHI. (L rlol-l by all newmlealert.
Branca otlice. itSt V 8'.. Walnmtti.n. 1. I.
MAUI NO KA 01,
The truth of the above (statement
may be substantiated by givi
Maui's own product a trial.
in any quantity from a bottle up
Maui Wine & Liouor Co
i Sole Agents.
SECOND CIltCUIT, I
TORY OF HAWAII.
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Sarai K. Aluli late of Wailuku
Notice is heri-liy given that tic
undersigned was on the 1st day of
June, ltJ(, liy order ot the Honor
able A. N. Kepoikai. Judge of the
Circuit Court of the Second Cir
cuit, duly appointed Administra
tor of the Estate of Sarai K Aluli,
late of Wailuku Maui, deceased.
All persons bavins: claims against
said Estate or said deceased are
hereby notified to present thesiftne.
duly authenticated with the pro
per vouchers if any exist, even if
secured by mortgage on real estate,
to the undersigned at Hilo, Hawaii,
care of County Attorney's Office ,
within six (il) months from the
date of this notice said date being
the date of the first publication
thereof, otherwise all such claims
not so presented will be forever
.Inly 10, 1SI0S.
N. W. ALULI,
Administrator, Estate of Sarai
Aug. 2J, Sept. o, 12, H, 2(1.
ADVISOItY LAIN D LAW COM
MISSION. Any ami all persons interested in the
suliject of legislation affecting the Public
Lands of the Territory of Hawaii, are in
vited and requested to forward sugges
tions to the chairman of Advisory Land
Law Commission, 209 Judd liuilding, Ho
nolulu. A full. and free discussion is re
commended, ami the Commission is
especially desirous of obtaining the senti
ment of the public at the earliest possible
date, as the rejiort of the Commission is
due November 1st, 190S.
A. LEWIS JR.,
Chairman Advisory Land Law Com
uission. To Whom It iMay Concern.
My wife, Mahu ICauiakaliukilani, hav
ing left my bed and board, I will not be
resjxmsible for any debts contracted
without tnv written order.
K. N. KAMAKAIHKILANI,
Wailuku, Maui, August 22, 190S.
Aug. 22, 29. Sept. 5, 12.
DR. F. A.ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN A IND SURGEON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
10 A. M. to 12 M.
1 P. M . to 3 P. M .
7 P.M. to 8 P.M.
DR. J. J. CAREY
Otlice over First National Hank
Wailuku, Maui, T. 11.
LIGIITFOOT & QUARLUS
ATTORNKVH AT LAW
IIONOI.l'I.C, T. II., AND
Waii.i-ku, Maui, T. II.
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
ami at I'aia and Ilumakiiapoko on
Wednesdays at lowest iinees.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER. EGGS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC
'i'ek-)lne Orders to '
A. H. Landgraf
l'KDl'KlKToR KA LUA FARM.
Telephone No. 359.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Guni'tintce Flrst-Cla Work ot
Wauons call fur work ami make
Sl'LCIAL RATES FI R FAMILIES.
L. BLANCH ARD, Mnnrigei.
J. A. dos liels
Harness and Shoemaker
Has moved his" shop fniin the
Oiieeu'r) Loduinsi Utilise to the
Air li l!lo k mi Market Street
Ail knil.- i f repair work done with
'promptness and satisfactioii,
IN THE CIRCUIT COC1
llns been, but is nuw
lTj to the pri'swiil !i:tii
bio to obtain oik' 01'
world ;it tiny j'bu'c on
t lie famous
can bo put chased from
cv LHH'OK CO. or from
Try it tuid jvt renewed
MAKE YOUR OWN GAS.
The Sunlight "OMEGA" Acetelyn
Generators II AVI:, NO EQUAL
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f H r -1X7.' ' i &
We are the A
nts f..i-tin' ")M
KIXTURKS of all kimls.
COMl'LETK i'MNTS properly inst.i
Let us talk l-t3AS M At'l 1 1 N K" to you mid we can convince you
that you reipiire an outlit to make your home complete.
KAIIULUI RAILROAD COVS
MERCIiANDISLi DEIARTMBNT Sole Agents
Hawaiian Iron Fence andUisinarf Stables Co.,
niuuuiiiwiii a ui n) i-iu
' i i ' ! ! 1 1
Wliosn Frnre n-f .vod (ho TTH;ln-st
Award, "(iold Kffdal," World's
1-air, ht. Louis, l.i":
Tlte most erini.!:ii-',:d fine1 yon can
buy. 'rice Im'mi n "I'speetable wood
folicc. Why not replit " your old one
now, with ai. il. :i'. ; "Aw lKOS Ft.M'E,
'i.4T a i.'-.-rri'iK."
Over 100 .luniKr- oi it--.: lMifi.', Iron Flow.r ,
VlUfi, Kettet'it. on--, :l.l.'! in our cittiloucB.
Low I'rsi fi ti v.l Mriri.i Vuu,
Ci;.i. 4N I 11. 1. 1'S.
ICE CREAM PARLOK
Ortlets i.ikfti for 1CK CKKA.V,
KUUITS. NUTS, C If! A lis.
Ice Oi.id Drink- Ahv.iv on Il. iitl
Mat Im-i St. : W ;ii'i.l. t.. ? ;n:
To Mothers of Babies!
Kwry mother loves to si e
her baby fat and plum).
Put a little TAP.O Vl.ol i:
in the milk, and you will
be delightfully surprised at
'!" cents pt r tin at the
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A VKTLKSKN, Pn-i..
CONTRACTOR a-id P. L I I. P Kit j
Plans ai il Kt imatc Pin i:l.eU.
Small Jolis ami lii'jiair Win U l y !.iv
or t'ot t ract .
WAiliMit', Mai:i, T. II.
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'.s bi'i'ii iii
tin; MAl'I lloTKL.
stienuth mid viooi.
rmuamrvsKVi: Trtit; tit; :
;lj-,d will eht-erf u 1 ly
in : "m Its.
LIVERY, EOARD and
At Uncle Ui
Meet all Isliiiul Stoaniers
r.tuiioii Kales to lnu inn! Il.tleitkala
with coiK i'U iit liuli-s.
DHUMWERS" LIGHT WAGQNS
NEW r.iCS- --NEW TEAMS
COKE & DAVIS
WAILLKU, MALI, T. II.
'i j 1 1 . . . -. to hold regular auc
tion -ales in W'.jjhikii and sell any
thing of Value ,-nt I'll-teil to us.
Value you .
a l it I v. ill '
one w ho ii
will lie 1 1 1. 1 '
. ( I ,Ve US ;
a'llv have Soiiiethklig of
o not in i d- Send it to us
en. lea vi if ti i sell ti i st line
N jii.-i what you do not
einents ,,f date of sales
ft'. 'in t iii..- to time. "
M.w. M. '- .lu... , Waii.I'kw
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