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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER '-", J 903
Kahia Praises Work of H. C.
Moss m an.
(Continue! from last issue.)
Mr. Pogue 'jovc(l tliat t lie clerk
bo instructed 'm tirjic tlio Governor
to have, rami built for homcstead
The matter of rinsing tlie old
road from Kaluanui t tin; ceme
tery mid the one nt N'.aliko mid
opening the new one wus put
Attorney Ja lies L. Coke appenr
ed before the board in behalf of
Peruvia Goodness and after some
discussion the board's action in the
matter was deferred until the next
Mr. Meyer moved to approve the
appointment of 1). H.'KahauIelio's
appointment as Deputy Cctinty
Attorney.' This motion was second
ed by Mr. Haia and carried.
Mr. Meyer ir oved to approve the
appointment of Harry 0. Mossman
as clerk of tire County Attorney
and as assistant prosecutor This
motion was seconded by Mr. Haia
Mr. Pogue moved the approval
of the appointment of the various
Deputy Sheriffs as prosecutors in
criminal cases. This motion was
seconded by Mr. Meyer and
Mr. Pogue moved the adoption
of a resolution instructing the clerk
to purchase a safe, and chairs for
the County Attorney's olliee. The
motion was seconded by Mr." Haia
In the mutter of the reeoinnien
da'tion of the County Attorney that
the pay of Harry C. Mobsman be
increased there was no action taken.
In the matter of the collection of
taxes in Kihei an opinion was
sought of the County Attorney as
to which district the same belong
ed, lie asked that the matter be
referred to the Governor. His re
port was read and withdrawn. Six
more street lamps were allowed for
Mr. Meyer, requested permission
to sell some dump carts at cost
and pome harness at whatever
figure he could obtain for them.
The permission was granted.
Mr. Pogue moved that the Coun
ty Clerk be sent to Honolulu to
interview the Governor of the Ter
ritory in re the overlapping of the
Kihei precin.-t with that at Puu
nene and have the matter straight
ened out. The motion was second
ed by Mr. Kaiue and carried.
County Clerk W.'F. Kaae went
to Honolulu and presented the
matter to the Governor who noted
the error in the proclamation and
will issue a supplementary pro
clamation requiring the votes in
Kihei proper to be registered in the
Makawao District and the votes
counted there while those on the
plantation will vote at Puunene as
they reside in the Wailuku District
while those who vote at Kihei and
beyond toward Kalepolepo reside
in the Makawao district and are
compelled by law to vote in that
The County Engineer asked per
mission to make blue prints. The
matter will be taken up at the next
Mr. Pogue moved that four mules
and carts of Jnhaina and the same
number from Wailuku be placed
at the servive of Company L. for
their transportation to and from
Wailuku. The motion was second
ed by Mr. Haia and carried.
The matter of the petition of a
number of. residents of Makawao
for the reinstatement of two police
ollicers was referred to Mr. Pogue.
The ordinance re clnuffeurs was
For Developing tlie
Trade of (he Pacific.
The l.'S Angi lis TiliKS has lh
following int'Tcst'iif r-'tmv of trade
development in the Pacific Ocean :
Nilncy Mory ol .ew Orleans i-
here gathering statistics on the
shipping at San Pedro. Andlhcre-
ny nangs a iaie oi niicresi io i,os
Angeles. Mr. Story stated yester
day that plans for a :"0, 00'), 000
"New Orleans is 1o lie head
quarters tor this Mississippi alley
ind Orient Steamship Company : !
for thv reason that. .i l'i" sentinel
Harding the tin -at Kmiiin- Valley, ;
w 1 licit st vi t' hes from 1 he A lieijh;ti lie
to the Itoekies :in, from Canada to
the Gulf. New Orleans stands guard
, the mouth of the Fat In r of
Waters. She is the logical point
for the distribution of the product-'
f the Mississippi ValliV to the
Latin-Americas, and to the Orient,
is wen as staniling as a point oi ( n-
ocean steamship line connecting ry ior me products oi me paiusn-
Xcw Orleans, Iis Angeles, the America and Asia; f u. Ik hind
Orient and the Sodth American New Orleans is an iiym-nse region
ports, have been carefully brought which is watered by HO.OOM miles of
nit by a group of America's leading navigable streams, all (lowing into
. 1 . , .1- 1 l I . 1 At-'
capitalists, having n their Head me .Mississippi.
.James W. Porch, who already has a "The distance from New Orleans
national reputation as the directing to the Atlantic terminus of (be
factor in the Lukens Iron Works of canal is only 1S0II miles, but Los
Pennsylvania. Angeles and Pacific ports will be
Mr. Story is a large handler of brought nearer the great vajley by
California wines, with New Orleans many thousands of miles. The r
as a base; is a .member of the Citv suit is that railroad passenger and
Park Commission, New Orleans; freight rate s are sure to bo lowered
also of the Board of Prisons and when water rates are brought into
Asylun s. He is withal, it relative competition with the present exhor-
of the great French engineer, M. bitant railroad tariffs. Yet the rail-
De I'sseps; and it semis inspired roads will benefit, proportionately.
therefore that Mr. .Story should, in Cheap rates will bring to the Pacific
the fullness of time, take a vital Coast hundreds of thousands of
practical interest,' as a member of a sturdy industrious immim'an'ls, who
huge steamship company, in the will develop Soul hern California re-
Panama Canal. II" is a guest at sources in mine, field and forest:
the Fremont IJwtel. and low rates will enable Los
The early completion of the Pa- Angeles to reach all competitive
narna Canal has aroused the people marke ts. There will, withal, be
of the South, notablv citizens of business enough for the railroads as
New Orleans. We have, one ami I wi 11 as the steam.-hip lines.
all, begun to appreciate the com- Another important thought, in
mandifiu; importance of the canal, this connection, is that we have
Do not throw awiy you r
old books. Send them to
the Maui Publishing Co.,
Printers and Hook-binders.
ami are endeavoring to formulate reached a period in our national his-
ways and means of creating endur- tory when America must look to
ing interest in the grand interna- foreign markets for her sale of sur-
tional gateway on the isthmus. In plus products The strife among
this forward movement, Southern nations for commercial supremacy
CalifornVi must heartily join. is soon to sift from the Atlantic to
"The present plan is to establish the Pacific as soon, in fact, as the
trade relations between New Or. nuptials of the two great oceans is a
leans, Los Angt les, the Orient, and 'fait accompli.'
the Latin-American ports. "To maintain and hold a prep.ni-
"Through the t il'orts of Jaiiu s W. derating in flfienee among maritime
Porch a movement is under way, nations, we need a stronger mer-
and -already indorsed by leading chant-fleet on the Pacific. We
boards of trade and commerce in should ever bear in mind the
the Mississippi Valley. Mr. Porch, maxim: ' Whoso ver commands the
and associates, have launched the sea, commands the trade; and who
Mississippi Valley and Orient soever commands the trade cotn
Steamship Company, with an auth- mands tlje riches of the world itself . '
orized capital of SoOO, 000,000. The history of all nations, from
The line is to operate steamers Phoenicia to l.ritain, proves the
through the inter-oceanic canal to correctness of this saying.
all Pacific Coast ports, as well as to "When the time comes for the
Spanish America. enactment of fostering national
"The project meets with the en- legislation, party lines will be swept
con raging approval of such men as away and you will find members of
President Roosevelt and William II. Congress lined up ready to stimulate
Taft, far-seeing men, who discern the shipbuilding industry Proper
in tlie plan an effort to rehabilitate legislation will restore the maritime
the American merchant marine. power of our country ; and especial
"The United States is building ly happy will that day be for
today, nt a cost of ibnoO.'oOO.OOO to Southern California.
So00, 000,000, an isthmian canal, "The Mississippi Valley and
and yet if this dossal work of peace Orient Steamship Company connect -and
progress were turned over to- ing Los Angeles and New Orleans
morrow to the commerce of the through the great canal (when coin
world, there would not be a single plcted,) with all the islands and
American flag to go through, the continents' of the Pacific ports of the
canal! United States and Latin-Americas,
"As a nation, we are exiiending is the beginning of an effort destih
$.r)00,000,CHK) in the construction of ed to make.Uncl'iVSain thcdoininaut
this inter-oceanic waterway, as a power on lln- racitic uei an ; which
matter of fact, are annihilating dis- means that the blessings of peace
tance for England, France, tier- and civilization will continue to
many, Japan, nnd other maritime flourish, as they always have, wher-
nations. ever floats oir glorious American
"Is there an American who docs emblem of freedom and lilerty.''
not experience a feeling of keen
humiliation when he understands
these facts amj ponders them well?
"The cry throughout the nation
for the last half century has Ih'cii to
.. .1... ..: ......
.... Honolulu, September Cotton
marine to her pristine glory. ' .
ii . ,. . i . irrowihir on an extensive scale ami
1 his achievement may oe ac-
complishcd only by fostering legis- ' "-n who have the necessary
lation friendly to shipbuilding. As capital, and abundant experience in
a nation we pay annually the pro- practical agriculture, is to be under-
digioiis sum of ?:.00,000,000 to taken.
,-in-v inci-ieim liroihicts to foreimi Mure than five hundred acres will
markets. Let us cease paying vast be planted w thin a short time. Tin
tribute, and instead, offer it to cultivation is to be undertaken both
i . . ...
American sliip owners, sailors and on this island and on Kauai, an
others vitallv interested in our ureal u!av and Robinson on the latter
all-world trade. The money would inland are going to turn ,-onu-develop
our shipbuilding industry their sugar lands into cotton.
enormously, ,by giving employment The cotton to he grown is not tlie
to thousands of skilled workmen; ordinarweottoii of the South, but
and would likewise create a larger Sea Island cotton, a cotton with a
demand for Ann rican steel and iron long staple, which commands a
a cotton which experiment
pi ' ived will givw i 11 In r .
"Experiments have Keen eann"l
on at difTui-elit pi. e. s .in 1 m-dir
. Iltr, rent conditions.'- s:1;d h- W !
cox . dir. dor of the 1 1 i waii K i i
meiit Station, "sulli' i i.t t" 'Fnion
strate the suitability of soil, cbtnate
and conditions In re for cotton.
Within a -hurt time considerable
areas of cotton will be pl.-fntul. A
number of land owners in the n gion
regiijn of the Peninsula on this is
land will undertake the cultivation
of cotton, and on Kauai, (lay A'
Robinson will put in considerable
areas, even turniim some of their
cane lands into ci it ton land -
"Cotton raising is a matter of
selecting seed to meet cond it ions and
produce the best cotton those con
ditions a re ca pa ble of. At the cx
P"riineiit station we have experi
mental plots which, though not
large, are large enough to give vi ry
"This cultivation of cotton is a
recognition of the necessity of diver
sifying the industries of the island.-,
and an effort to do it . Rut it has
other value, too. It is beginning to
be leconni.eil that even the sugar
lands of thesv islands cannot be con
tinuously popped with cane with
out being affected by it. There must
be alternations of crop, otherwise
the matter of keeping theui up by
fertilizers becomes t"o expensive.
Cotton is likely to prove a good crop
to alternate with. 'For one thing,
it is a short 'crop. Von plant it and
within four months you get a crop,
and von can plow up jmir lands
again. In this way it may prove a
suitable crop for the homesteader
and small fanner.
"Not only is the cotton itself a
valuable product, but the cottonseed
is a valuable product. Cottonseed
oil has a high value, and cottonseed
. ... i . iii
ini'ii is one ol l ie most va uao e
stock foods that can be found. In
ih'se islands where the varidy tf
foods for stock is. 'so limited till:
source of supply ought to be espec
' to the Ti
Sic to oStiiiii
worl.l ;it hps'
1 lit is lliiu mi tni of t lie llCilp.
cut tini" it h,is In en iniiosSj
otu' id' tic hixil i ios of the
1. l'tlt HOW
can So purchased from Ihc MAUI WINK
A; Ligt-OU CO. or Irom the MAl'l HOTEL.
Trv it anil -ret renewed streniztl) and viiror.
MAKE YOUR OWN GAS.
The Sunlight "OMEGA" Acetelyn
Gencratops II A VP, IN O EQUAL
he for eve
Cotton to be Planted in
' Large Area This Year.
and other articles needed in the con
struction of ships.
, i:i . i
price nearly iwuv as nign a- i m
oidinarv cotton of the States brings -
IN TH K CIUCUIT COURT OF
SFCON1) ClitCUIT, TKRIM-
TOUY OF HAWAII.
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate i
Sarai K. Aluli late of Wailuku
Notice is hereiiy given that th
undersigned was on the 1st dav of
June, 1908, bv order of the Honor
able A. N. Kepoikai, Judge of th
Circuit Court of the Second Cir
cuit, duly appointed Administra
tor of the Estate of Sarai k Aluli
late (if Wailuku Maui, deceased.
Ail persons having claims agains
said Est all.- or said deceased are
hereby notified to pr -cnt the same
duly authenticated with the pro
. - . e
per vouchers il any exisi , even u
secured liv mortgage on reai mini'
to the undersi'jnf'd nt Ililo. Hawaii
4 , . .l . 1 .if.
care o! Couaiv .Miorney s ouir
within six ((i) montiis fiom tl
date of this notice said date being
tlw date of the first publication
thereof, othei wisi
not so iii
July 10, F.MK
N. W. AIA'I.I
Ail!iiiiii(rator. Kstate of Sarai
Aug. -2t, Sept. 5, p, lit, 2(i.
IV'tiwri-il in Wailuku every Saturday
ami at l'aia ami llamakuapoko on
W".lm.-sila s at luwest iru:cs
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, ECGS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PiCS. CORN, ETC
Telephone 1 mlcr to
A . 1 1 . Landgraf
rkoiKli-toK K. I.l'A l'ARM.
T-.'U'.honi' No. 359.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Guai-iintceo rirst-Cluni VV'ock of
, - . i ior work and make
;i -mpt deliveries.
HI'- TI:H CH I A MILII S.
- ,V3 c f' f , f.
W e are the Agents forthe "OMFtJA" and will cheerfully give
(iHNFKATOUS from 10 Its. to UOOlts.
FIXTUPvES ,if all kinds.
COM I'LETE PL NTS properly installed.
Let us talk ''GAS MACHINE" to you and wo can convince yon
that you reiiiire an outfit to make your home complete.
KA1IULUI RAILROAD CO'S
IWLiliCHANDlrt Pi D E P A 1ST M 15 N T
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monument Works, Ltd
Honolulu T. II.
IRON:" ' ; wood
l. V I -. Il: a
AVliosp FriK-e rcn ivoi! tlio Highest i
Awanl, ';II loUtll," Worlii'3
1-air, St. Louis, I'K'-l
Tliem.ist oio no ' :: fence ym can
lniv. l'ri'v Us. liai a r- sni -ui1jU' wood
fence. V.'liv -:ila. e v.'-.ir old one ,
now, with a !;.. aii:ai- ivc i:nM-Kt'K,
"I.AMT A. X.t.'li'i JIVSl':.'
Over 100 K'.:-;'--.. i .1 ;v...'c, Kluwer ,
l.UW I'1-U'l-.t lill Sl!lllltH lull,
CAM .M -ai'l-. I S.
!!. OK AMUR A
ich c!u:a,m parlor
i U- 1 1 for ICE CKKAM,
PS. NL'TS, CKiARS.
: Wai'a ki.. Man
Bismark Stables Co.,
LIVERY, BOARD and
Automobiles for Hire
At Muck liatcH
Meet all Island Steamers
Excursion Rates to I.io and Mateakal
with competent n'mh's.
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
new r:cc--hew rr.AMs
7 Vi v
To Mothers of Babies!
10'l r.V Hint her lnVeS tn ee
' her b:iby f; t .uid iilun.p.
Put a little TAT.O I'l.Ol i:
in the milk, iind yt will
be di linbtt'ully ,-urpri.--ed ;it
the re.-ult .
cenl- H'r Ull ill 1 lie
MAUI DRUG STORE
v. a. vi:tli:s!-:n, i-rcp.
contijactoii .u.i! r. 1; 1 1. 1 v. i;
I'liUis iind Hntiiir.ite l'"iii ni-l.i'd.
SuiiU! Johs ami K.'p.l.r Win ., ny Day
nt- C 11. 1 1 .let .
Waiixku, Mali, T. II.
COKE Cr DAVIS
WAILLKL'. MALI. T. II.
We nuinse to hold regular auc
tion sales in Wailuku and sell any
thing of value (intrusted to us.
You probably have something of
value you do not need. Send it tolls
and will wet ndiiivnrto sell to some
one who needs ju.-t what you do not
Aniiollllei llli litS of date (if SillcS
will Im m. elc from time to time.
(live u ii c.ill.
M..i.ui Mtt.i Waii.uk u
ANTON E BORBA, Prop.
r:il line of popuhvc Uranils ol
Wilb- KIKS, (ilNS
Celebrated Primo & Sesttie
2.ic Glasses 25c