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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1908
THE MAUI NEWS
nteretl at the l'ost OlFn-e nt Wuiluku, Maui, Hawaii, as second -class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday,
maul RufclisHinf; Coin pn ny . Limited.
t'roprlelorm'nnri ( ti 1-I Ishe rm .
The columns of the Ni:vs admit oonimiinieitinns mi vtcrtiinent tnjiias. Write only
on one side of paver. Si.nn your name which will lie lu ld conlidential if desired.
Surwirnox Ratk-s in Apvani;k $2.50 jier Year, 1.50 Six Months
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No Person- If nil of the candidates for ollieo were men of char
nlities. actor the cry lor ''pulieies and no personalities"
would be justified. Personality in a political campaign is one of
the most disagreeable features of politics. It causes strife and
creates wounds that do not heal. Friendship is alienated and much
of the good that the successful candidate could accomplish is made
impossible by the lack of support that would otherwise be accord
ed. Hut is it right for any political party to cry "mi personalities"
when candidates whose pictures should adorn the rogues gallery
are running for ollice?
Wo do not believe iu petty personalit ies hut when any candidate
is known to be dishonest or wholly incompetent or who has violated
his trust as a public olliccr we do not hesitate to say that his char
acter should bo held up to scorn and no such candidate should re
ceive the vote of the party to which he claims to belong nor that
of anj other party.
We must admit that there are some good and capable men run
ning for ollice on the opposition ticket. It is mi fort unate, however,
that tbey are running on what we believe to be the wrong ticket
and aro opposed to good and responsible men on the Republican
It is of the utmost importance to elect a good legislative delega
tion that will work together and unless we vote as a unit for the
Republican nominees wo will not have such a body to represent
us. Should the Democrats win their legislative ticket we will have
a body composed of the two extremes and neither in sympathy
with what the Republicans stand for.
If our laws are to be made by such a bunch as the Democrats
have nominated for the lower house then let us have government
by commission or any old thing. Our Democratic friends would
have done better to have left this part of the ticket blank than to
have put in as candidates the gang they did.
In the choice of the District nominees the Democrats have done
much better in a number of instances but opposed to them are
men of such standing that there is no reason for anyone not choos.
ing the Republican nominees.
The Republican nominees for Supervisors are the best material
that could possibly have been chosen even if the choice hid been
made irrespective of politics and it should be the aim of every good
citizen to see that the Republican Supervisors are all elected.
Our Democratic friends will probably attack ns for nominating
a man like Kalua. The only thing the Republican can do is to
admit the mistake.
The Mali News cannot support .1. W. Kalua's candidacy for the
ollice of County Attorney and does not hesitate to say so. vVe wouk
take the same stand if his opponent .vere any other attorney in the
county tVian the one wh. is now running against bi n. It is a mat
ter of principle and not personality and even if J. M. Vivas, whose
candidacy this paper has opposed in the past, were running against
Kalua we would oppose the candidacy of the latter j'ist the same.
Ladies' Knit Jumpers and Sweaters
Ladies' Fancy Handkerchiefs.
Heatherbloom in all colors.
Silk Cushion Cords in a variety of colors.
You arc cordially inyitcB to conic and inspect our sto-k.
Kahului Team Wins
First Series Saturday.
Last Saturday afternoon at Kahului
Park the Kahului lmsebnll team defeated
the I'aia nine after a hard battle ly a
score of 3 to I .
As was announced, I'jiton and Kcv.
Turner formed the battery for the l'aia
team, nnd Jas. Ilattie and Joe Clement
did the same stunt for the Kahuluis.
Ilattie was iu fine form and pitched a fine
jame, Upton also did jjood work on the
In winning last Saturday's jjame the
Kahuluis take first place in the first series
and will have to play off the tie with the
I'uia team, who won the championship
of the second series.
A series of games, best two in three,
has been arranged to be played between
these two teams to decide the champion
ship of the season at Kahului. The an
nouncement of the first game of this
series will be made later.
A Farewell Parly Given
in Honor of Mrs. Wells.
Last Saturday afternoon the ladies of
Wailuku tendered H farewell party to
Mrs. C. 11. Wells, who, we regret to say,
is leaving the islands to make her home
pu the mainland. The party was held at
the residence of Mrs. 1). II. Case and was
attended by alxmt fifty of the ladies of
this vicinity. The rooms were tastefully
decorated, and presented a charming ap
pearance, l'edro and other card games
furnished amusement during the after
noon. Ivich player kept her score uxn
a souvenir Island ostcard, which she also
inscribed with her autograph. At the
close of the playing these cards were col
lected and presented to Mrs. Wells as
mementos of the occasion. Refreshments
were served during the afternoon, and
after the singing of "Atild Lang Syne"
the party broke up with expressions of
regret at the departure of the guest of
honor, who has so long been identified
with the social life of this community.
Kaliua liana o ka Aoao Re
pubjilikn, o ke Knlana o
M.-i ul, i Aponoin e kn Aha
clele ma Wailuku, Maui,
Sepa tenia ba 215, 1008.
x SCOTCH COLLIES I OR SALE.
A number of full-blooded Scotch Collie
puppies are for sale, They are of,an ex
ceptionally fine line of colli. -s.
Enquire of IJ. T. FLEMING.
LIGHTFOOT & QUARLBS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
JIonom'M', T. II., ami
Waii.i Kt;, Maii, T. II.
Ke hooi.i nci ku Aoao ilepubali
kn o ke Knlana o Maui i kamanno
e knkoo aku a e kupna ninhope o
na kunuihnna a me nn manno ala
kai o ka Aoao Kcpubalika o kn La
hui. Ke apono nei makou i kn liana a
ko kakou poe Kim Knnnwai o nn
knn i hala, a ke honpaa nei i na
molio Kau Knnnwai npau e linna
aku ma ke ami e inahele kaulikein
i na lona o ke Aupuni Teritori no
nn hnnn hou e pomnikni ni ka le
Ke hanlico nei mnkou i ka hoike
aku i kn holomua maoli a me ka
niiikauknu o na hiwelawe ana n na
I. una Kalana Ilrpubnlika i nn lia
na o kein Kalnna .1 me nn .npnna.
Ke manaoio nci mnkou na hookcle
ia na hnnn o keia Knlana ma ke
alio mnknuknu a holomua maoli
no i oi at' i ko na Kalnnn okon aku
iloko o keia Teritori, nn Knlana
hoi o noho 11, mm ia nei e nn Luna
Kalana o nn aoao Knlaininn e aku.
Ke knkoo nei mnkou i ke Ka-hun-haua
i nponoin e ka Aha Klele
o ke Teritori mn Honolulu, Moku
puni o Onhn, inn ka In 14 o Sepa
temaba, 1U0S, 11 ke hoopaa nei i ka
mnkou mnu moho Kau Knnnwai e
haawi i ko lakou kakoo ana i na
kumuhana i honponoin maloko o
ua kaliua hana aln. ,
Ke hoapono loa nei makou i ke
ia niau kumuhana maloko o ke
Knhu iliana o kn Aoao iepubalika
0 ke Teritori:
Ke kumuhana e kue loa ana i ka
mn 11110 e lioihoi in ka hooponopono
ana Pkein Teritori malalo o ke ano
Keia kumuhana e koi ana e h no
lo i in na Kanawai Ainu mn ke ano
e hiki ni i kn poe mukemnke 11. noli
1 11a heme hookuonoouo ke loan na
aina home liilii malalo o na hoo
ponopono oluolu unit, a e akenkoa
ana hoi i kn lilo nui o na Aina Au
puni i ka poe hoopuknpuka aina.
Keia kumuhana koi ana e hoo
mnliuahua aku i ka holomua o na
lawelawc ana no ke kinai ana i ka
inii'i lepern, a e hoomnina 1a'i n -hoi
keia h.iawina kauiunha e kau
nei niahi'ia o Kn poe mn'i,ko lakou
ohann a me ua niaknniaka.
Keia man kinniihanii e koi ana
c hoomauin kn uku-hooinau no ka
Moiwiiliiue Liliuokalnni; a e hoo
nialiualiua i ka uku o nn I loa o ka
Alia Kaukami wn 1 o ke lemon; a e
lioonoa ana i na kai htwnin iio ka
pouiaikai o ka !eliulihn; i k.ikoo
ikaika ami i n i n n i . t n 1 1 1 aim
e uili holl aku al ka iua:ihil nil
A I :i 1 1 11 i Aoj uni '
Ke inaiiaoio nei makou ,e men
maikai ka oiliana koii a ke hoopaa
nei i mi molio a keia Aha Klele e
knkoo ia oihana me na haawina
Ke manaoio nei makou u mea
pono e haawiia na koku no ka hoo
hoihoi ana i na liana hou a hooulu
waiwai iwaena o ka poe mahiai a
me kanu hua-ni, a ke, hoopaa nei
111a keia i na moho no ka Aha Kau
Kaiutwai a kakou e hooikaika e
kukuluia i Kaliua Oihana (Experi
ment Station) mn Kula, no ka
hoolaha ana-' aku i na ike liana o
ke ano hou i- holopono ai ia mail
oihana iwaena o ka poe e lawelawe
nei ia man liana hooukf waiwai
iloko u ka aina.
Ke manaoio nei makou ua lilo
keia pilikia nui i ikuia ma knApa
na o Kula iloko o ka makahiki i
hala i men e koi ikaika niai ana e
kokua aku, a noluila ke hoopaa
nei makou i 111 moho Kau Kana
wai a kakou e hooikaika e hook a a
wale i haawina dala no ka lioola-
wu ana i wai no na kamaaina oia
Ke kakoo ikaika nei makou e
lianaia i kanawai bona no na Ka
lana i loaa'i ke ilnla no ka hana
ana i ua ala-loa (belt road) a puni
keia Kalana, a ku koi pu nei ma
kou e hauaiit na alanui i koe aku a
maikai me na loaa man o ke Ka
lana. Ke manaoio nei makou, . oiai aia
na IIopt'-Lunamakai malalo uku o
ka Lunamakai Nui, he mea pono e
ku'ike ka lakou niau alakai ana
8 An Invitation
a For You!
We would like to have you come and
visit us. Just walk in, look around at
our display of ood things to eat, ask
questions, etc. Everybody is made to
feel at home at our store. You're not
asked nor expected to buy unless you
see something you want.
A. E IN O S,
THE P ION E E R 8 TO R E
me kn men i inakemake in e kn
Lunnmakai Nui, nohiila ke knkoo
nei mnkou i ka manno nn ka Lu
namakai Nui ponoi no e hookohu
kona man llojie-Lunamnkai. me
ka ae a ajiono mm n kn l'apu Lu
nakiai, nole hoi na ka leliulehu e
koho elike mein i keia lmiuawa
Aka tine hoi, o ka Ijepe-Makainui
0 keia a me keia Apana i kupa oia
1 noho iloko o ua Ajiana a la no ka
manawa i enn ole malalo o hooka
hi makahiki mamun aku o kona
hookohuia ana no ia kulmin oi
Ke kakoo nei makou 1 ki) nianao
e hoololi i na lioopmiopono ana o
keia wn i hiki ai ke loan kn uku
hana o na limnliaim o ke Kalana i
e.lua nianawa iloko o kn n.aliiua,
nole hoi i hooknhi maunwa e uku
ai iloko o kn maliin.i elike mein i
Ke k i ikaika nei mnkou e l.o -nee
uiun ia na hnnn hnomnlu i nn
ululaau, a e liookau waleia i hanwi
11:1 (lain kupono no kn hoomnlu a
me hooulu ana i nlul.-iau ma na wn
hi ululaau Uahiko i oneam n i keia
111a nan a .
Ke Imopaa nei makou i mi moho
a kakou, ina e kolmia, e nwelnwe
i r.a oihana inn, ke anuhooemi lilo
i kupono niJ' ka haii.t oia man kn
lana oijilllla, lliiii ai i e koe nui
k ilnla no na liana alanui Ke
mnmioio nei mnkou o ka hooloihi
ain i nn aiiiuui a me kn malauia i
kona maikai, oia keknlii o nn ku
mulmiin koikoi loa no kn pomai
kai i ke Kalana, oiai .aia ka po
mnikni o kn leliulehu a maikai na
alanui, a o kekahi nohoi ela ilio
la e loaa ai i na limahana he hana
mau me ka ukuhana kupono.
DR. J. J. CAREY
Ollice over First National Hank
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
Dangler Gasoline Stoves
CALL I IN A NO SEE THEVV.
Dangler Gasoline Stoves
Received the Grand Prize. Verv
Highest Award, and Cold Medal
at World fair. St Louis. v
Simplicity and perfect operation are the
features thai contribute to the strength and
durability oi Dangler Vapor Stoves. 1
They are constructed according to the
safety requirements oi the National Board of
, Fire Dnderwiteri, and axe oo their lis! of. '
permitted tovei.j'' - " '
Cn bo bought on our new inwUillinont system 0?
Sfime Sfable3Caliului Slmlroad Company
VVAILUKU-PA1A DIVISION y KAIIULUI-l'UUXKNK DIVISION.
A Al l'as I M U'ednsd'v ,
STATIONS A-h l!S" 1 PAk. pikss STATIONS '
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Kahului Leave 7.(1(1 2.00 p. M. Kahului Leave 6.20 1.2(1
Wailuku Arrive 7!12 2.12 Fuunene Arrive tf.35 1.35
Wailuku Leave 7.20 2.20 4.15 I'uunene Leave (i.40 1.40
Kahului Arrive 7.35 2.35 4.30 Kahului Arrive 0.55 1.55
Kahului Leave 7.40 11.40 2.40 4.35 5. 10 Kahului Leave H.10 :.10
Sp'ville Arrive 7.52 J.55 2.52 4.47 5.22 Fuunene Arrive H.25 3.25
Sp'viile Leave 7.55 10.15 2.55 4 50 5.25 Puunene Leave 8.30 3.HI'
I'aia Arrive 8.10 10.35 3.10 5.00 5.10 Kahului Arrive S.45 '3.45
Faia Leave 8.20 10.50 3.20 5.05 5.45 Kahului Leave 0.45
Sp'v.lle Arrive 8.35 3.35 Puunene Arrive 111. (10
Sp'ville Leave 8.40 3.40 Puunene Leave 10.30
Kahului Arrive 8.52 11.30 3.52 5.30 .:, Kahului Arrive 10 45
Kahului Leave 8.55 1.00 3.55
Wailuku Arrive !U0 1.30 4.10
Wailuku Leave 9.20 2.00 4.15 ,
Kahului Arrive 0.35 2.30 4.30
Kahului Railroad Company
ALEXANDER & UALDWIN, Lm;- ALEXANDER & UALDWIN, Line of Slin VWels Hetweer
San Fraucisco and the Hawaiian Islands; AMERICAN-!! AWAI1AN STEAMSHIP CO.;