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THE MAUI NEWS
THE MAUI NEWS
utereil at the Tost Office nt Wailukn, .M ini, ll:iv.tii, as siroinU'lass tn.itUr.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday,
maul RulalisHing: Compnny. Limited.
Proprietors i'nncl rtitllHcr.
The columns of the News admit coiunuimcntimis mi ticrtittiint tojiirt. Write only
on one side of imjicr. Si'ii your name which will lie held confidential il desired.
Sunscirriox Uatks, in Aihwnck .f2."ll per Year, !."() Six Months
IIukH fr . Coke,
i:rlltor nnrl Mnnner
OOTOI'.KI! 17. J!MH
Good A. L. C. Atkinson is friviiifr llio ion)li of Oaliu some
AtlvlCe. good advice in tlio matter of elect in: republican mom
bers to the Senate next mnntli Unit, misrht. well lo applied lioro. He
is quoted in tlio Advertiser as sayinjr:
'As a straight business proposition, it is up to the County of
Oahu to elect the three Republican eaiuti.latos for t lie Senate nnd
the Republican nominees to the Hoard r Supervisors." I waul the
business men of this city to consider the situation, look at the it at
ter in the light of a business proposition, and not only vote for I lie
Republican Senatorial and Supervisorial nominees, but rei. to work
and help them win their elections. I want to see our Represen
tative and County tickets carry, too, but particularly is it neces
sary for the welfare of this Territory uid city that good business
men, in sympathy with the administration, are elected to the places
"Take the situation as it stands. At the present ti-ne. among
the holdover Senators, thereare Palmer Woods. Charley McCarthy
and Makakau, Democrats, and W. O. Smiili Ch irley Chillingwort li.
Coelho and Knudsen. Republicans, thr(-e to four. Wo have Fair
child, election by default, from Kauai, giving us 'at. the present
time five Senators to the three Democrats. There tiro seven more
to be elected this election, two from Hawaii, two from Maui, and
three from this island. Out of the seven it. is absolutely necessary
that the Republicans elect at least, three to have a majority; other
wise Governor Fre&r will be confronted with a hostile Senate.
Think of the way in which a Democratic majority in the. Senate
could embarrass the carrying on the public business! To the bus
iness men of this community the situation would be of an immense
amount of harm, because any clash letween t ho ad minist rative and
executive branches of the government at this time would result
without doubt in a setback to the development of the Islands.
"Can the business men here afford to have this happen? Can
the business men of Oahu afford to take chances on the other is
lands sending the needed three Republican Senators? If they are
wise, they will not run those chances, but will get to work and see
that the three needed come from Oahu. and let the electors of (he
other islands send others if they will to add to the majority.
''It seems to me. in view of the light that is being made here on
our Senatorial ticket, that, the Democrats have hopes or securinii
control of this branch of our Legislature, which would be a calam
ity to the Territory, and something which, from a business stand
point at least, the commercial interes, of Honolulu ouirht to pre
vent. "The same business proposition is presented in the supervisorial
fight. .Here we have, practically, a corporation with an income of
a million dollars a year, and those n th- hoard of control, the
Board of Supervisors, must be known goo I men. When the li
j.ublicans have been able to present the 'names u -nett like Norma n
VVatkins, Dan Logan, Aylett. Kane. Jim "itm and Ahin. the super
visorial ticket should secure the business support. The c ing
two years are going to be fraught ivith importance to Hps oily ami
much will depend upon those in control whether wo an going to
reap all the benefit of what is coining our way or not .
"For myself, I am proud of the supervisorial ticket iv luve,
and I consider that the convention mis done g.-od wmk i brmiri .
out the men it has. and the Republican supervisorial cimUda .
deserve and shoulc. have the support . i tl esoiiii n of the con
munity. I want to work on Hawaii for the county ticket and more
particularly for Kuhio. His election just now is more important
than it has ever been before. This is for ti.e business men. too.
who should remember that, next vear will be a year of tariff revi
sion. That revision will be done by a Republican Senate, there is
no question about that, and how necessary it is for the business
interests of this Territory that we have a Delegate in Congress in
- political sympathy with the revisionists. It is vitally important
that Kuhio be returned, as he undoubtedly will be if those who
should work for him do so and do not take his election for granted
and wake up too late. The campaign is by no means sure."
It is certain that the Republicans of Oahu will do every thing
possible to elect their nominees to work for the interests of their
island and it is of the utmost importance t hat the people of t his
island will do the same.
The Democrats can not be expected to work in harmony witti the
Republican members and as they are there for the purpose of
carrying out their measures and invariably do every thintr possi
ble to discredit the work of the Republicans it will tie an evil (lay
for the people of Maui if they send any others than those in sym
pathy with the administration.
Let it be the work of every one who has the welfare of the com
munity at heart to see that Robinson and Kalama are elected as
the peoples choice for the office of Senator at this election.
PLATFORM oi the Rcpuh
licun Pfirty County of
Miiui, Adopted ot VVnilu
lai, Miiui, on the '25th
d;iy of September, 1008.
The i;.-)uhlican Party of the
County of Maui in convention as
S'lnUoil, hereby rcallii'ins al
legiance to the principles and tradi
tions of the Republican Party of the
We commend the work of our
legislators in the past , and pledge
our candidates for legislative honors
to work for a just division of the
available funds of the Territory fur
We point with pride to the able
mid cHicient administration of our
('utility ami li-trict affairs by the
Republican olliccrs. Weli'TlcVe the
alTairs of this County have been
more ably administered, 1 1 1 1 have
tin a Hairs of any County of the
Territory, where ollicers of other
political parties have bun in con
trol. We heartily endorse the platform
adopted by tin; Territorial Conven
tion in Honolulu, Island id' Oahu,
on the 1 ft 1 i day of September l'.ios,
and pledge our Legislator to sup
port the measures there in n com
We espi cially emphasize our en
dorsement of the following planks
in the Republican Territorial Plat
form: That which denounces the pro
position that this Territory should
be governed by a commission.
That plank which advocates
changes in our land laws, whereby
"bona tide" hoincsteadi rs may ac
quire homes under more favorable
conditions; may more readily ac
quire lioim s, and speculators shall
be prevented from acquiring more
That which declares in favor of a
decided advance in t he methods of
dealing with leprosy, with a view to
hastening eradication of this dis
ease, and ameliorating the hard
ships of patients, their relatives and
Those planks that advocate a
pension for (Juecn Liliuokalani, in
creased pay of our Legislators, that
the sea fisheries should be open and
free to all pi oic, and strongly ad
vocates improvi incut of our public
We l.i lii Vi t hi llililtia is
useful orgaie.atlo!,. and
iibeial support for t ; Hone.
We In lii vi iii i. ia!. i all aid
possible to dm rsiti. i! ,i(-'rii ni; lire
and holt icjlll life, and iilii!,:i our
Li gislalors ,. w: rk l.i tl stah-
lvv.- J ... i -i . t
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Ladies' Knit Jumpers and Sweaters.
Ladies' Fancy Handkerchiefs.
Heatherbloom in all colors.
Silk Cushion Cords in a variety of colors.
You arc cordially invited to come and inspect our stock.
r..-liiiien; I .i
si.-.tioii in Koi ., -i
of t In si ii,.. d in i
We In lii ve the lond'tinns exist
ing in the Kula District, during the
past year, arc such as to iniper
tively demand assistance, and we
pledge our Legislators to work for
an appropriation for the purpose of
supplying water to the residents of
Wc strongly advocate the enact
ment of a County bonding law,
whereby our belt -roads may be built
with the proceeds of the sale of
ImhhIs, and wc also advocate that
our other roads may lie extended
and improved with local available
Wc lielicvethat as Deputy Sheriffs
are under the control of the ShcrilV,
who is their superior olliecr, they
should be in harmony with the
Sherill'. Wc therefore advocate that
the Deputy Sheriffs be apjioitited by
the Sheriff, by and with the con
sent of the Hoard of Supervisors, and
not elected as at present, provided,
however that the Deputy Sheriff of
each District shall have been a n
sii lent for at least one year in the
District for which he is appointed
before such apjM iii it incut shall he
Wc advocate a change in the sys
tem of paying oil' day laborers in the
employ of the County, so that they
shall receive their wages twice each
month, instead of once, as at pre
sent. We strongly advocate more sys
tematic ell'oits for protecting our
forests, and that appropriations he
VVe would like to iuivc you Come find
visit us. Just walk int look around at
our aispiay oi soou tilings to eat, asK
questions, etc. everybody is made to
feeS at home at our store. You're not
asked nor expected to buy unless you
see something you want.
A. E N
THE PEON S E Iv & 7 0 l li
made for n fori sting portions of our
forest lands that have been denuded.
We pledge our candidates, if elect
ed, to ailmiiiisb r tin ir various of
fices as economically as possible,
consistent with the ri ( 1 1 i r mints of
the same, in order to make available
for road building and repairs, the
greatest amount of funds possible.
We believe the extension of olir road
system, and the upkeep of the same,
one of the most important problems
for t he good of t he Colllily, as the
entire community is beni lited by
hi tter roads, while mir labonrs are
thereby as.-und steady cmployini nt
at a good wagi .
PY Ali i HOHiTY.
Sc.ikil 'IVni'.crs will In- rccciviil liv ttc
lloaril of Siij.i rv.Miis ot the Count v o!
M.iui iii to j o'eiei k 1'. AI. on Wilics
ilayOci. 21, li,.'-.s. aiMl then e;ciuil, lm
tin.' construction oi 1 erlico. Sups, In
tirior Kiitiiigs etc., etc . oi the Wail lit; u
Plans mill :.ii'i'oic:itioif-cull lie o!tiiin
eil ot tin- iiiitlcrsii4i:e-l at his. oiiiei. in
Wailukn on anil alter WciIih'mI.iv Orl.
I.J, 190.', 1 1 1 niaUoii; a i'U -li ot ji.oo,
which K'iosit will ii rtluuiliil uxni
Telulcrs inn .1 i.c 111. etc the blanks
(ar'.iisheil (or iIh ".ii'."M.-. and aecoin
panicil In a ccilii.nl cliei'k in ii.e Mini of
.yioo. mailc payable to the orecr of
W'lhaii. 1 1 en ni 1 . Chair a 1 1:1 of the Hi nnl
t Supervisors, anil enclose 111 llu- cuvc
lopc ftirnisheit with s.cu f. .nns.
i tic Hnar l icscrves llic riht to reject
any ami all huls
' lty onler of the lloaril of Supervisors of
the County of Maui, T. II.
(sigue.l) lirGII HOWHLI..
2t. County linineer.
mi. J. J. CAREY
Office over first National IJank
Wailukn, Muni, T. U.
. A?)so!ute!y Snic.
CALL SfN f 'H D SEE THEM.
til-' r ' r i - ' Pi
i 1 i
Dangler Gasoline Stoves
i Received the Grand Prize. Very
1 Highest Award, and Gold Medal
at World's talr. St. Louis. v.
Simplicity anil perfect operation are the .
features that contribute to the strength and
durability of Dangler Vapor Stoves. s 1 ?
. They are constructed according to the
safety requirements of the National Board of
Fire Underwiters, and are on their list ot
Cf 1 11 be nought on our new installment system oi
dime dablc-"-Ualuilui Sliilroad Company
VV A I L U K U 1 ' A 1 A DIVISIO X
k a HULui puu x :;x n nivisi on .
STATIONS , is- l M pAs. 1'uss STATIONS 'V M 1 AK
I ah .Fri 1 Pas. I , ny Ati. ias
Kahuiui Leave 7. (Ml j U. IMI ' p. m. Kaliului Leave 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 j 2.12 i j Puuiiene Arrive ;: 1.3.j
Wailukn Leave 7.2U j 2.2(1 ; 7 ( 1. . Puunene Leave j (i.-KI 1.40
Kaliului Arrive 7.H.V 2..-i5 ; ; I :io Kuhiiliii Arrive (1.55
Kahuiui Leave ; 7.40 !. o 2. Hi i.Xt '. 5 lo j KUilui Leave K.lll old
Sp'ville Arrive j 7.52 ...ri5 2.52 1. 17 ; 5 22 Puunene Arrive 8.25 iUVi
Sp'ville Leave j 7.55 10.15 j 2 55 1 50 5.25 Puunere Leave 1 8.3U :i. : it '
Paia Arrive ! H.lll 10,'::5 3.10 j 5.00 , 5 40 Kahuh'i Arrive j H.45 I?.
Paia Leave j 8 20 10.50 j 3.20 . 5.C5 ! 5 15 Kahuiui Leave il. 15
Sp'villc Arrive 1 8.:!5 j I H.35 j Pmniene Arrive 10.110
Sp'villo Leave j 8.40 3.40 j Puiiiienc Leave 10.30
Kaliului Arrive 8.52 11.30 3.52 , 5 30 : en;, Kahuiui Arrive 10.45
Kahukn Leave 8.55 1.00 3.55 I 1 '
Wuilulcu Arrive !. 10 1.30 4.10 j '
Wailuku Leave !i 20 2.00 4.15 ; , ...
Kaliului A 1 rive !t.35 2.30 4.30 i I
Kahuiui Railroad Company
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