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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1903
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered nt the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, ns secoml-clnss niatUT.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday,
maul Publishing: Company. Limited.
The columns of the Xkws admit communications on pcrtiiiu-tit topics. Write-
on one side of paoer. Sien ve.ur name which will he held conlnUntial if ilesircil,
SunscirTin.s Uatks, in Ahvan.k fi.oi) pe-r Year, l..r.() Six Month
llu(h Wl. Coke,
Editor nnrt MntiflKer
OCTOHKU 24. litOH
Tho Polilioil The political outlook for the Uopublinan I'urty is
Outlook. bright and tho result would doubtless bo a clean
sweep with the exception of one or two if it were not for knifing by
a few who are actuated bv motives that have no pUco in a politi
cal campaign and will ultimately prove to be a booincian: to these
who are doing the knifing.
Neither likes nor dislikes should enter into a political campaign
It is tho duty of everyone to work for the straight ticket except
in those cases where a candidate falls too far below the required
lfn mnn i n. Uonubliean it is up to him to support every Kepub
lican on the ticket whoso record is clean and whose fitness for the
ntv,na lir snpks is unquestioned.
If every Republican will look at the matter in this light we will
win, If many vote only for their friends and those whom they
Lnniiir likn on Mm opposition ticket it means that in a short
time there will be no Republican party and it will take a struggle
frr v..nva to retrain what we have lost.
Thnsn who are pursuing this course will bo tho first to feel the
effect and regret it. It will then, however, be too late and they
-iii BnfTor the eonsociuonces of their errors.
fit. t.ncrot.hpr nnd forsret vour Petty personalities and work for
ttnQ hmJ. A vr,n for it. Tho time may come all too soon when
you will want to run for ollice or be particularly interested in the
election of some candidate and then you can come oeiore inu pun
with clean bauds and a clean record und urgo your cause.
a Wn feel it is a dutv a tand the Fame it is a pleasure to com
- . . - . . . .
Sln. mend the different candidates of the various political
parties" in the County of Maui for the clean and manly way in which
the campaign is being conducted tins yeai.
Tl,;a in Ririkintr contrast to the mud slinging tactics that were in
dulged in some years ago when it was the custom to berate the op
position candidates and attack their personal character and paint as
black and foul every motive ol tne opposition.
Tlia rvimniiicrn is one of measures and but little personalities.
f il,n i,n.rt.ieB are Irvine to convince the people that their prill
ciples are for the best interests of the people and that their candidates
are the ones to carry out those measures to me ue-si. i. ,..,-.. ...
The Democrats have nothing bu. promises to make and no past re-
cord either for or against tliem. inc imiuu u... .
. ., n.L i..:,.i.,4iih ii..it tln.v nro h.in v to he reeoned with
laiiure in me uim . , ....
while the Republicans are proud of their record aad are willing to
tight out the battle on tins line. ..... .
There is less ill feeling this year than m political campaigns in the
country for years and it is a desiraiue state
May the campaign during the closing days be as honorably conduct
ed as it has been up to tne present.
PLATFORM of tho Repub
lican Pnrty County oi
Maul, Adopted sit Wilu
ku, Maui, on the iifth
day of September, 11)08.
Notice is lierehy iven that at the next
regular session of the Board of Super
visors of the County of, Maui at i;3o P.
M., November 1 2th, 1908, there will
come up fur consideration and action in
the matter of closing and abandoning the
old Kuau-Maliko road and the Kamole
Court House road, both in the Makawao
District, County of Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, and at the same hour nnd (late
will come up for consideration and action
oil the matter of closing and abandoning
the old Ukumehame relocation and the
Kaanapali-Honokohau relocation in the
Lahaina District, County of Maui, Terri
tory of Hawaii.
AH of those interested are invited to be
present at said meeting when they will be
given an opportunity to be heard, whe
' ther for or against said matter.
Duted at Wailuku, Maui, T. II., this
33rd day of October, A. D. 190S.
V. F. KAAI-,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
Molokai is Again
on Wireless List.
Wireless communication with tin
island of Molokai will soon be re-
established. The ranchers of-tin
island have agreed to come to the
assistance of the company and have
pledged SI (H) per month to insure
the company against loss. Steps
arc now being taken to arrange for
the opening of the station at Kania-
lo ami, sometime between Novem
ber l and l", ttu operator will be
installed and messages sent ami re
The station at Kamalo was in
stalled in l'.M):') and was operated
for about two years, business was
not found sufficient to justify the
company in maintaining the station
without assistance from 'the mer
chants, however, and, as that was
not forthcoming, the ojicrator was
taken away and Molokai was strick
en from the map as far as wireless
communication was concerned. Tin
resumption is particularly important
as it gives the JSoard of Health
prompt communication with tin
Manager lialch says that he wa
unable to say on just what date th
service would be resinned, but that,
as soon as the necessary arrange
ments could be made, tbe station
would be placed in working ordei
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.
The Republican Party of tin
County of Maui in convention as-
vnihled, hereby lvallirnis its al
legiance to the principles ami tradi
tions of the Republican Tarty of tin
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 for
We point with pride to the able
und ellicient administration of our
County and District a Hairs by the
Republican o lliccrs. We believe the
affairs of this County have been
more ably administered, than have
the affairs of any County of the
Territory, where officers of other
political parties have been in control.
We heartily endorse the platform
adopted by the Territorial Conven
tion in Honolulu, Island of Oaliu,
on the l-llli day of September l'.IOS,
and pledge our Legislators to sup
port the measures therein recom
We especially emphasize our en
dorsement of the following planks
in the Republican Territorial Plat
That which denounces the pro
position that this Territory should
lte governed by a commission.
That plank which advocate
changes in our land laws, whereby
"bona fide" homesteaders may ac
ini re homes under more favorablt
conditions; may more readily ac
quire homes, and speculators shall
be prevented from acquiring more
That which declares in favor of ;i
decided advance in the 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 Queen Liliuokalani, in
creased pay of our legislators, that
the sea fisheries should be open and
free to all people, and strongly ad
vocates improvement of our public
We believe the militia is a most
useful organization, and pledgi
liln-ral support for the same.
We believe in rendering all aid
lxissible to diversified agriculture
and horticulture, and pledge out
Legislators to work for the estal
lishnient of a Sub-Experiment
4ation in Kula, for the assistance
of those engaged in these lines of in
We believe the conditions exist
ing in the Kula District, during the
past year, are such as to imper-
tively demand assistance, ami we
pledge our legislators to work for
an appropriation for the purixise of
supplying water to the residents of
We strongly advocate the enact
nicnt of a County bonding law,
wherebv our U-lt-roads may be built
with the proceeds of the sale of
xinds, and we also advocate that
our other roads may U- extended
and improved with local available
We believe that as Deputy Sheriffs
are under the control of the Sheriff,
who is their superior officer, they
should be in harmony with the
Sheriff. We therefore advocate that
the Deputy Sheriffs he appointed by
the Sheriff, by and with the con
sent of the Hoard of Supervisors, and
not eleeteil as at present, provided,
however that the Deputy Sheriff of
each District shall have liccn a n
sidciit for at least one year in tin
District for which he is appointed
before such apixiiutinent shall Ik
We advocate a change in the sys
teni of paying iY day lal Mirers in tin
employ of the County, so that they
shall receive their wages twice cad
month, instead if once, as at pre
We strongly advocate more sys
tematic effort' for protecting our
forests, and that appropriations be
c Contest I
0 votes of each contestant will he posted and a record of sane kept
Now is your cluincc to vote for the Most Popular Girl ;intl Roy g
A. E N O S,
THE PIONEER STORE
1 1 ii. jiii niT-n 11 ' .iiiiiij n .11 1 11 1 mn m
made for reforesting portions of our
forest lands that have been denuded.
We pledge our candidates, if elect
ed, to administer their various of
fices as economically as possible,
consistent with the requirements of
the same, in order to make available
for road building and repairs, the
greatest amount of funds pissihle.
We believe the extension of our road
system, and the upkeep of the same,
one 'of the most important problems
for the good of the County, as the
ntire community is benefited by
letter roads, while our laborers are
thereby assured steady employment
it a good wage.
Beginning cn Saturday, October 24,
Closing on Thursday, December 24,
at 7:80 P. M.
8 We will hold a Voting Contest for 8
the Most Popular Boy and Girl
Under 15 years of age
CONDITIONS OF THE CONTEST With -v.-rv CASH PURCi'iASK e.f 2.-, e-ents the
Q buyer is given a tii'ket e nlilliiig him to one vote for a dirl or l?oy under 1" ye-ars eif age.
PSilZESOF CONTEST I'he (iirl l.ceiviiiL' tb- highest number of vole-s at tbe-edosing
of the- eonti-st will r.-eeive a HliAUTIFUL SLIPPING DOLL now on exhibition.
The I'.ov ree-e-iviuti the highest iiniiiher ot vol -s at the cIosipl' of the contest will rceciv an Jf
AN EASTMAN'S NO. 2 FOLDING BtfOWNIli CAMliRA.
V(tes will lie- eeunle-d every Thursday ( veninu; at 7 ;:'() IV M. and the- names and number of U
Hilo To Ask For
llilo has i)e e-ideel ti ask for a in w
nnrt house, and with that einl in
view made a n quest on Marston
Campbell, Suiie rintenilent of I'uhlie-
Works, while he- was in that city
with 'the (iovernor's party, that the
nils for bids for lvpairs and addi
tions to the' old building be. with
drawn, in order that a.iMtitioii may
H niatlei to the licgislature foran en
tirely new building.
Thc'eild e-eiurt house at Udo is sad
ly ill ne-e'd ef repairs anl adelitions,
nnd the weak that will have" to !
done on it will cost consielerable.
It is estimateil that the' additions
would cost -in the' ne-ighlxuhood of
82SOO, while' the re pairs teithe build
ing wemlel amount to alnnit $12, (XX)
Thi'U, he-sides this, there wottlel have
to be a large' sum expended for hew
fixings, furniture, etc.
For this reason,' the call for bieb
for this work will be withdrawn,
and the legislature will be: askeel to
appropriate enough nione y to build
ntiredy new structure.
Dangler Gasoline Stoves
' Mosi!y Haiullcd.
CALL IIN tND SEE THlvM.
Dangler Gasoline Stoves
Highest Award, and Gold Medal
at World's Fair. St Louis.
Simplicity and perfect operation are the
features that contribute to the strength and
durability of Dangler Vapor Stoves. "
They are constructed according to the
safety reeiuirementa of the National Board of '. 1
Fire Underwiters, and are ou their list of .
C;in bo bought on our new installment system of
EASY PAYMENTS j
Sfime Uable"UCcihului Siiilroad Company
A. M. t'as. P M. VVeel..Ml'.v TlTlm, A.M. P.M.
STATIONS pAS K,-t pA8, i STATIONS 1as
Kabului Leave 7.00 2.0(1 ! P. M. Kahului Leave (i.20 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 2.12 I'uunene Arrive ti.X) l.'Xt
Wailuku Leave 7.20 2.20 ; 4.b" I'uuiiene Leave ti.40 1. 0
Kahului Arrive 7.M5 2 35 j ( :id Kalmlui Arrive (1.55 i..r)5
Kahului Leave 7.40 !.40 2.40 4.:Ci 5.10 Knliului Leave 8.10 S 10
Sp'ville Arrive 7.52 '..55 2.52 4.17 5 22 I'uuiiene Arrive 8.25 A.l't
Sb'viile Leave r 7.55 10.15 2.55 150 . 5.25 I'uuiiene Le-axe ( 8.30 3.3o
l'uia Arrive- ! 8 10 10.35 3.10 j 5.00 I 5.10 Kahului Arrive 8.45 3 45
Puia Leave 8.20 10.5(1 3.20 I 5. ('5 J 5 45 Kahului Leave !f.45
Sp'ville Arrive 8.35 3.35 j Puunene Arrive 10.00
Sp'ville Leave 8.40 3.40 i , j Puunene Leave 10.30
Kahului 'Arrive 8.52 11.30 3.52 ' 5.30 ! li.ti.t Kahului Arrive 10.45
Kahului Leave 8.55 1.00 3.55 ;
Wuiluiiu Arrive !.10 1.30 4.10 j
Wailuku Leave !-20 2.00 4.15 j j -
Kahului A i rive !.35 2.30 4.30 I
Kahului Railroad Company
ALKXAN DICK & I1ALDWIN, Lrit. ; A LKXAN DKU .V MALDWIN. Line of Sailinj.' Vessels lleiwi
San Fraiu-'sco and the Hawaiian Islands; AMEIilCAN-IU WAllAN STEAMSHIl' CO.;