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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1908
The Republican ami Democratic
conventions on Knuni, county anil
Canneries Not Exempt,
Says Supreme Court.
Honolulu, Oct. -V The Supvenie
Court this morning handed down a
district, were held m Lihuc, on decision in the tax apical cases ot
Saturday, September 2(i, and Mon- seven pineapple companies, render
day, September 2H, respectively. ing its opinion in favor of the At-
The Republicans nominated the I torncy (ieheral, in the contention
following: that the pineapple iorty-aciv tax
Senator Oeo. 11 Fail-child. exemption does not include eveiy-
Representatives C. A. Rice, J. thing in sight.
II. Coney, Geo H. Huddy and W. I The companies concerned are as
J. Sheldon. follows: aluawa Pine Company,
Sheriff -W. H. Rice Jr.
County Attorney S. K. Kaeo.
Treasuier A. II. Rice.
Auditor Geo. E. Bakr.
Hawaiian Pineapple Company, Pearl
City Fruit Company, Honolulu
Packing Company, Haiku Fruit and
Packing Company, Ililo Fruit Coin-
County Clerk J. M. Kaneakua. pany, and the Kauai Fruit and Land
Supervisors Wnimei, Francis Company. The decision is hawed on
Gay; Ko'oa, W. D. McRryde; Li- appeals taken from the various tax
hue, II. D. Wishard; Kawaihau, appeal courts.
J. Onio: Ilanalei, unas. is.. j. ante. 1 ne uuirt sums up the eases as
Deputy Sheriff Waimea. . O. follows:
Crowell; Koloa, Henry Blake;. Li- The above entitled cases, involv-
huo. Wm. Ellis: Kawaihau, S. W. ing the taxation of the property of
Mehoula; Ilanalei, Jas. K. Lota. pineapple companies, were submit
DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ted together, the companies claim
At the Democratic convention ing an exemption of all real and
the following were nominated. personal property with the exeep
Senator J. S. Chandler. tion of forty acres of land each, in
Repiesentatives D. Kanealii, ('hiding in their claim for exemption
E. Mikaclc, J. Haleinanu and pi. their establishments lor canning
Kaialau. pineapples. 1 lie Honolulu Packing
Supervisors Waimea, W. B. Company, Ltd., holds more than
Nauinu; Koloa, none; Lihue, Ka- forty acres of land under lease but
nikamhia; Kawaihau, Kalawaia; has no cannery. 1 he remaining
Ilanalei. Hudson. Oahw corporations have each mon
Sheriff Iokepa I
Auditor Chas. Blake. - or leasehold and their own canneries
Deputy Sheriff Kawaihau, Kai- The Tax Appeal Court of Oahu al-
na Lovell. lowed the total exemption claimed
The balance of the othees went and the tax assessor appealed. Tla
begging, nobody wishing to take up Haiku Fruit and Packing Company,
the tight against the Republican Ltd., holds more than forty acres of
nominees.' The convention, how- land and owns its own cannery. Its-
ever, verv emphatically endorsed claim oi exemption was sustained
the Republican nominees for attor- by the Tax Appeal Court of Maui
ney, clerk and treasurer, being and the tax assessor appealed. Tin
even more demonstrative when Hilo Fruit Company, Ltd., does not
their names were mentioned than maintain a plantation but owns
when its own candidates were an- cannery. The Tax Appeal Court of
SHE KNEW THE PLACE
The elderly matron with the
bundles, who was journeying to a
noint in V isconsin and occupied a
scat near the middle of the car
had fallen asleep. On the seat in
Hawaii sustained the assessment
made by the assessor ami the tax
payer appealed. The Kauai Fruit
and Land Company, Ltd., .owns
less than forty acres of land and a
cannery. The Tax Appeal Court of
Kauai held that S. L. 1!07, Act 77,
(lid not go into elTect until the com-
I . I 1' A 1 . II - i.
front of her sat a little boy. The I' "ve-jear u .n. oi ex-
hrnUonum nnnn,,l the dnor of the ''inptloll granted by I.. L. See. 22o,
enr nnd called out the name of tlie llIul vimWd 11 ful1 'X''Pl'' ''kr
.t.linn !,. train . ...r..ehiii . action, from which decision
The elderly woman roused herself tlu' tilx a"'r WaM-
will, .Wk. The cone
"Where are we. Bobby?" she stl'tl,l iu tht' 'Howintj LiiiguaK
lusion of the Court h
"I don't know, grandma,'' an
swered the little boy.
''Didn't the brakeman say some
thing just now?" y
"No. He just stuck his head in
side the door and sneezed."
"Help me with these thing?,
Bobby," she exclaimed, hurriedly.
'This is Oshkosh. It s where we
get off." Yourth's Companion.
"You'll have to be careful when
taking- your soup in New York
now, uncle," said the girl.
"Why so, Sis?"
"Because they're taking steps to
suppress all unnecessary noises."
Our conclusion is that the stat
ute exempts from taxation all per
sonal property and all real property
other than land, solely and actually
used in the cultivation and produc
tion of pineapples, and all lajid up
to forty acres so used by any one
person, linn or conxiration, but
does not exempt establishments for
the canning of pineapples, whether
owned by the planter or by an in
The syllabus reads:
"Taxation; exemption under stat
ute. S. L. 11)07, Act 77, exempting
all property, real and personal, used
in the cultivation and production of
pineapples does not exempt est id
lish'nients for canning pineapples.
A proviso that such exemption
J. L. Dumas is
Letters have recently been re
eived by friends of .1. L. Dumas,
at one time assistant principal of
the Honolulu High School and ne
of the first teachers of the Normal
school, telling of his great pros
perity in a new field of labor.
Mr. Dumas is what would be
ailed in Hawaii a small farmer.
Soon after leaving here he took up
fifty acre-i of land In Columbia
County, Washington. He started
in apple orchard. He has been
at it for at least ten years and last
year his income amounted to forty
thousand dollars. For the next
crop he expects to get a return of
forty thousand boxes of apples,
from which a larger return than
forty thousand dollars may be an
ticipated In his letters he re
marks that he has done better than
he could have possibly done by
years of school teaching.
A measure of his success bus
been gained from ideas obtained in
Hawaii, as he is one of the pio
neers in producing fruit in irrigat
Oh, tell not of dreams of the roses
so swe '
When June scatters sunshine like
gold at your feet ; '
Don't whisper the stories of lasting
To be won where the cannon all
If life's but a dream, as philoso
Let me dream of a field where the
home team at play
Awakens the skies to an echoing
With three men on bases and no
Here's bliss undefiled,
crowd, running wild.
Invites to rejoicing man,
Here s hope for the lutiin
And founded on glorious deeds of
The thrill that goes surging through
out the great throng
Makes each pulse heat a measure
both rapid 4iud strong;
Ti a moment that's fraught with
With three men on bases and no
Let the poet weave tales that arc
beauteous and strange;
Let the painter so skillful .through
Let musicians create the soft mysti
That calls us 'mid sweetest illusions
And yet, though the fancy of
genius be fair,
There's nothing that it can bring
forth to compare,
When you're looking for something
worth dreaming about,
With three men on bases and no
Kahua Harm o ka Aoao Re
pubalika, o ke Kalana o
Maul, I Aponoia e ka Aha
elele ma VVailuku, Maui,
Sepatemaba 25, 15)08.
Ke hooia nei k;. Aoao Kcpllhali
ka o ke Kalana o Maui i ka manao
e kakoo aku a e kupaa mahope o
na knmuhana a me na manao ala
kai o ka Aoao Rcpr.balika o ka La
hui. Ke a pono nei makou i ka liana a
ko kakou poe Kau Kanawai o na
kau i hala, a ke hoopaa nei i na
umbo Kau Kanawai apau e liana
aku ma ke auo e mahele kaulikeia
i na loaa o ke Aupuni Teritori no
na hana hou e pomaikai ai ka le
hulehu. Ke haaheo nei mak:ui i ka hoike
aku i ka holomua m;ioli a me ka
makatikau o na lawelawe ana a na
Luna Kalana Repubalika i na ha
na o keia Kalana a me na Apana
Ke manaoio nei makou ua hookele-
i na hana o keia Kalana ma keJ
urn makatiKau . a holomua maon
no i oi ae i ko na Kalana okoa aku
iloko o keia Teritori, na Kalana
hoi o noho mana ia nei e na Luna
Kalana o na aoao Kalaiaina e aku.
Ke kakoo nei makou i ke Ka-
hua-hana i aponoia e ka Aha Elele
o ke Teritori ma Honolulu, Moku-
puni o Oahu. ma ka la 11 o Sepa
temaba, 190S, a ke hoopaa nei i ka
makou man moho Kau Kanawai e
haawi i ko lakou kakoo ana i na
kuniuhana i hoaponoia maloko o
ua kahuahana ala.
Ke hoapono loa nei makou i ke
ia man kuniuhana maloko o ke
Kahmhana o ka Aoao Repubalika
o ke Teritori:
Ke knmuhana e kue lort ana i ka
manao e hoihoi ia ka hooponopono
ana i keia Teritori malalo okenno
Keia knmuhana e koiana e hoo-
loli ia na Kanawai Aina ma ke ano
e hiki ai i ka poe makemake iv.aoli
na home liookuonoono ke loaa na
aina home liilii malalo o na hoo
ponopono oluolu ana. a e akeakoa
ana hoi i ka lilo nui o na Aina Au
puni i ka poe hoopukapuka aina.
Keia kumuhana e koiana e hoo
maliiiiihiia aku i ka holomua o na
lawelawe ana no ke kinai ana i ka
ma'i lepera, a e hoomama ja'i n
hoi keia haawina kaumahu. e kau
nei maluna o ka poe ma'i.ko lakou
ohana a me na makamaka.
Keia man kumuhana e koi ana
e hoomauia ka uku-hoomau no ka
Moiwahine Liliuokalani ; a e hoo-
mahuahua i ka uku o na Iloa o ka
Aha Kaukanawai o ke Teritori; a e
hoonoa ana i na kai lawaia no ka
pomaikai o ka lehulehu; a e kakoo
ikaika ana i no hooponopono ana
aui on the Bum
I Ins boon, but is now on to of tho liou.
Up to lo present time it lists boon impossi
ble to obtain one id' the luxuries of the
world sit any place on the Island, but now
can bo purchased from the MAUI WINE
LIQUOR CO. or from tho MAUI HOTEL.
Try it and fzot renewed strength and vipor.
MAKE YOUR OWN GAS.
The Sunlight "OMEGA" Acetelyn
Generators HAVE NO EQUAL
We are the Agents for the "OMEGA" and will cheerfully give
(fENERATORS from 10 Its. to :)00 Its.
FIXTURES of all kinds.
COMPLETE PL NTS properly installed.
Let us talk "GAS MACHINE" to you and wo can convince you
that you require an outlit to make your home complete.
KAHULU1 RAILROAD CO'S
A SAILORS' CHRISTENING.
"The late Rishop Potter once in
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shall not apply to land m excess of . , , . . . n i.
forty acres does not limit the exemp
tion of personal property.
"Constitutional law; repeal of ex-
Baseball is a chronic complaint
of Senator Crane. When he was mption-A general exemption from
Governor of Massachusetts he took taxation for a definite period is re
his entire staff for a drive and sur- pealable by subsequent legislation."
prised them by having the rigs
pul! up at an open neld ami an- TIRESOME
pouncing uuu mere was to oe a ..jn't it torrible the way people
haseuau game. i wo nines were talk about the weather?"
chosen and the game began. Pretty "Tiresome? It's positively danger-
Urrn unmplindv eainfi alone the ous. I he minute vou make a re
."What teams are they?" he as
cd of one of the drivers.
ciate at a christening in a small fish
ing village oil the Massachusetts
coast,' says a wilier m me current
issue of Harper's Weekly. The
proud father, a young fisherman
iwkwardly holding his lirst-ixirn
daughter, was visibly embarrassed
under the scrutiny ot the many eyes
in the congregation, and his nervous
ness was not decreased by the sud
len wailing of the infant as they
stood at the font.
When the time for the baptism
of the balic arrived the Bishop
noticed that the father was holding
mark about the weather it gives (1 :t. f:lt iiHi..
k the other fellow a chance to say .,.,1 toward the font.
'Yes, but it' 1 be a cold day for , , . . r, , , .
the one or the other next Novem- 1 urn her th s way, he wh.s-
"Whv. that man pitching is the per.' Then, first thing you know, pemt nut the tamer was too him on
Governor of Massachusetts," the you re mixed up m a tierce politi- ccrted to hear or understand
driver replied.- "The or.c catching
is tho - Lieutenant-Governor: the
first ba.8wnr.- An a Congressman;
the seef Imseman is "the Judge
"Say!" interrupted the passer
by. "Perhaps yU would like to
know who lam. I'm Napol on
Bonaparte!" Boston Herald.
Turn her feet around,' the Bis
hop whispered again; but still then
WOES OK THE CULTURED. Was no response. The situation wa
- . ....
Mrs. Wigs Your daughter seems fast becoming critical, w hen
to be suffering from the heat. ancient mariner in the back ot tlu
Mrs. Dins No: she's just home church came to the rescue. Putting
' " 1
from college and she's prostrated his weather-beaten hand to hi
by the family grammar. Ex- mouth he roared across the room
change. 'Head her up to the wind, Jack.' '
nui hou aku ai ka maikai o na
Ke manaoio nei makou he men
maikai ka oihana koa a ke hoopaa
nei i na moho a keia Aha Elele e
ikoo la oihana me na haawina
Ke manaoio nei makou he mea
pono e haawna na koku no Ka hoo-
hoihoi ana i na hana hou a hooulu
waiwai iwaena o ka poe mahiai a
me kanu hua-ai, a ke hoopaa nei
ma keia i na moho iio ka Aha Kau
Kanawai a kakou e hooikaika e
kukuluia i Kahua Oihana (Experi
ment Station) ma Kula, no ka
hoolaha ana aku i na ike hana o
ano hou t holopono ai ia man
oihana iwaena o ka poe e lawelawe
nei ia man hana hooulu waiwai
iloko o ka aina.
Ke manaoio nei makou ua lilo
keia pilikia nui i ikeia ma kaApa
na o Kula iloko o ka makahiki
hala i mea e koi ikaika mai ana e
kokua aku, a nolaila ke hoopaa
nei makou i na moho Kau Kana
wai a kakou e hooikaika e hookaa-
wale i haawina dala no ka hoola
wa ana i wai no na kamaaina oia
pa n a.
Ke kakoo ikaika nei makou e
haiaia i kanawai bona no ua Ka
lana i loaa'i ke dala no ka hana
una i na ala-loa (belt road) a puni
keia Kalana a ke koi pu nei ma
kou e hanaia na alanui i koe aku a
maikai me na loaa mail o ke Ka
lana. Ke manaoio mi makou, oiai aia
na Hope-Luuamakai malalo aku o
me ka mea i makeipake ia e ka
Lunnmakai Nui, nolaila ke kakoo
nei makou i ka manao na ka Lu
namakai Nui ponoi tno e hookohu
kona man Hopc-Lunamakai, me
ka ae a apono ana a ka" I'apu Lu
nakiai, aole hoi na ka lehulehu e
koho elike meia i keia manawa.
Aka nae hoi, o ka Hupe-Makainui
0 keia a me keia Apana i kupa oia
1 noho iloko o ua Apana ala no ka
manawa i emi oh- malalo o hooka
hi makahiki mamua aku o kona
hookohuia ana no ia kulana oihana.
Ke kakoo nei makou l ka manao
e hoololi i na hooponopono ana o
keia wa i hiki ai ke loaa ka uku
hana o na limahana o ke Kalana i
elua manawa iloko o ka mahina
aole hoi i hooka hi manawa e uku
ai iloko o ka mahina el'ke meia i
Ke k n ikaika nei makou e boo
nee mna ia ua hana hoomalu i na
ululaau, a e hookaawaleia i haawi
na dala kupono no ka hoomalu t
me hooulu ana i ululaau ma na wa
hi ululaau kahiko i oncanca i ken
Ke hoopaa nei makou i na moho
a kakou, ina e kohoia, e lawelawe
i r.a oihana ma ke ano hooemi lilo
i kupono me ka hana oia man ku
lana oihana, i hiki ai ke koe nui
ke dala no na hana alanui. Ke
manaoio nei makou o ka hooloihi
aku i na alanui a me ka malama i
kona maikai, oia kckahi o na ku
muhana koikoi loa no ka pomai
kai 1 Ke Kalana, uiai aia Ka po
maikai o ka lehulehu a maikai na
alanui, a o kckahi nohoi pela iho-
la e loaa ai i na limahana he hana
man me ka ukuhana kupono.
Bismark Stables Co.,
LIVERY, BOARP and
Automobiles for Hire
At Hack RnteH
Meet all Island Steamers
Excursion Rates to Iao and Hak-ak a
with coiniK tent guides.
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
COKE Zr DAVIS
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H.
We propose to hold regular
tion sales in Wailuku and sell
thing of value entrusted to us.
. Vou probably have something of
value you do not need. Send it to us
and will we endeavor to sell to some
one who needs just what you do not
Announcements of date of sales
will be made from time to time,
(iive us a call.
Little drops of water,
Two or live or four,
Hold ten million microbes
And perhaps some more
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
If some lllell Were comix-lied
pay as they go they would stay.
Do not throw away your
old books. Send thorn to
Mauket S'.tt Waii.cko
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