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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1908
Xocals anb personals
The Queen Lodging house of Wuilnkti
has now rooms, new furniture, clean
beds, 50 cents per night,
t.f. A. Do Rego, Proprietor.
The date of the Catholic Ladies Ail
Society's fancy sale and dance has been
changed to Saturday, October 24, at the
Professor and Mrs. John K. Sinclair'
the father and mother of Mrs. R. I!.
; Dodge arrived Inst week from the Cfmst
.1 the "Korea." They have been visit
iitg Rev. and Mrs. Dorctmis Scudder in
Honolulu and arrive on Maui this morn
ing 011 the "Claudine" where they will
make their home with Mr. and Mrs.
Dodge for a few months.
the Women's Aid Society of the Union
Church will meet with Mrs. A. M.
Nowell, on Tuesday, October 27th. at
three o'clock. '
On Sundv Evening November 1st,
Rev. R. B. Dodge will have completed
three years of service at the Wailnku
Union Church. At this time he will give
a brief review of the last three years of
the work of Union Church and also of
the missionary work in which he has
been emraued. Rveryone is invited to
this service, which will be held at the
annual hour, half past seven, Sunday
Dr. J. II. Raymond came down from
the Ulupnlakua ranch Thusday.
The Hoard of Supervisors held a meet
ing Wednesday and approved of the
official ballots for the election cf County
and district officers.
Tickets are now on sale for the dance
at the Armory on Saturday eveniug,
October 24, by members of the Catholic
Ladies Aid Society.
Mr. Edward II. Hailey and two of his
grand sons, Joseph Wilson nnd Gybrge
t Rhoades left for California Friday on a
viuil In rnlfitivns
By special iuvitation Colonel Niles of
San Francirco will preach at the regular
Sunday evening service tomorrow at 7:30
1'. M. at Wailnku Union Church.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Maui ministers was held last Tuesday at
the Makawao Foreign Church. Rev.
Theodore Wal'.rip led tlvp devotional ser
vice, which was followed by a sermon by
Rev. R. B. Dodge up.-n Matt. 6:25. Rev.
K. G. Beckwilh, D. I). was preseiitTat the
session ami preached upon the text "All
things are yours." The last hour of the
meeting was devoted to a discussion of
some of the problems in Church and Sun
day School work, ami accounts from the
-..1:. 1 m- v.... . t.-1. ; .....1 f.ni
Mr. J. Fukuda and Rev. O. Tanaka of
their work were given. Mrs. A. Kekua
of Spreckelsville reported good progress
in Sunday School work there, and Rev.
M. G. Santos told of his work among the
Portuguese and Spanish.
The ladies of the Makawao Foreign
Church furnished lunch for the visitors.
Remember that there will be a dance
. at the Armory given by the Catholic
Ladies Aid Society on Saturday evening,
October 24. An admission of 25 cents
will be charged.
A very one sided game cf base ball was
played at Kahului park last Saturday
evening between the Faia team and the
It was a decidedly off day for the I'aia
team and they lost out to the tuneof nine
to one. This is the first of the best two
in three games that are to be played be
tween the two team sand the game today
will be watchejl with much interest for
if the Kahuluis win again today they will
have the cup and the gam es for the sea
son will be at an end.
During Wednesday evening the water
was entirely shut off from Kahului and
as a result a boiler was burned out in one
of the locomotives. Kahului pays over
two thousand dollars per year for water
and deserves a better supply which can
not be had unless a larger main is put in.
"Hull's Safes are absolutely fire-proof.
Their fire-resisting properties have been
satisfactorily demonstrated time and
again. Write for illustrated catalogue to
II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.; Honolulu. '
The Circuit Court is in session this week
and many persons are in town attending
' Deputy Attorney-General Alexander li,
Laruach is representing the Attorney
General's department at this Term of
L. von Tempsky weW to Honolulu by
the Claudine Wednesday.
Francisco and have written her to join
them in the city.
It. M. Gittle returned to Honolulu ny
M. Thomson left for Kauai Wednesday
where he has been employed on the
plantation there. He has been visiting
his brother J. B. Thomson, the assistant
manager of the H. C. S. Co.
Judge W. J. Robinson is sitting as
presiding judge in the cases in which
Judge Kepoikai is disqualified in the
CircuitJCourt this week.
The Honolulu Cricket team is expected
on Maui next Tuesday. They will play
on the grounds in Kahului.
t On Saturday eveutni'. October 24.
there will be a sale of fancy' articles at
the Wailnku Armory, under the auspices
of the Catholic Ladies Aid Society
Miss Gertriule Mix a mi left tor NJm
Francisco Wednesday. She has beeiYnnie
of the teachers in the public school for
several years here and has many friends
011 Maui. Her father and mother and the
other uiembersof her family reside in San
Con.inued from l'age 1.
Aiming llio things tliiit In- hits
lout' is tin- .securing n 11 appropria
t it in of a sullicicnt fund In widen
the entrance to tin1 hiirlinr of Hono
lulu. He lias secured an immense
appropriation for tlie improvement
of Pearl liarlior. lie lias secured
appropriations for the fortification
of Oahu anil will make of it the
(tihralti r of the I'acilie.
The golden stream has not stopped.
lie has secured SWl.OlK) for the
expenses of the legislature an appro
priation ftn agricultural college
and for lighthouses throughout llic
He said that Hawaii .would be
ungrateful if it failetl t return
Kuhio to Congress after all he had
done for the Territory. "We are
to have the greatest lighthouse 111
the Pacific' at Maknpuu point,
through the efforts of Kuhio.
''The Organic Act provides for
the appointment of public boards
by the (iovernor and the people
are given no voice in the matter
Kuhio got Congress to change, tha
act by which you peopleclect your
Supervisors anil County OllieerB
bv which vou have a voice in the
"Rut all of these thing? is dust
benea'h my feet when compared
with what he accomplished in get
ting the rcdcral (lovcrnn cut to
take ui the scientific study of
leprosy and secured' the nppropria
tiou of 1100.000 for that purpose
There is nut a single family that
has resided in (he Icrntorj a gen
eration that has not soni.i relative
or souk -.friend over in the Lcpi
Settlement. It i" a black cloud
tha has hung over our fair littlt
islands for a great many years ant
has been felt by us nil.
'Rut now through the scientific
study of disease the announcement
is made that if the disease is taken
in its earliest stages it can he cured
Don't vou now see a silver lining
to that black cl .ml? 1 believe
will be bm a shut time until that
cloud entirely disappears anil we
will bb free from the effects of that
dread disease. For this alone we
should feel proud of the record o
Kuhio in Congress.
"Our chief opponent is Link
McCandless who first came into
notoriety a number of years ago
by introducing a bill ' for a fran
chise for himself, and later for
himself by using the name of
Lucas. I have been on his trail
and I am still on it. When I first
left Honolulu to follow McCandless
I did not know just what he had
been doing but soon found that he
was promising great things and
the people believed they would each
get one hundred and sixty acres of
land if he was elected. The longer
McCandless has been out the big
ger his love for the people has be
come. It may now be compared to
a balloon, for it is simply ' filled
"The Republican Tarty platform
stands for the enactment of changes
in our land laws by which we can
amend our land laws anil govern
our own affairs here, while the
Democrats want Congress to take
away our rights and make laws for
us for the government of our lands.
The Republican I'arty has coiifi
deuce in itself and in the people.
It is the party that goes ahead. It
never goes backward. Our land
and water systems are so intricate
that Congress would not care to
bother with our needs
"Congress made laws for Okla
honia and you all know what was
the result there. At the tiring of a
gun people went rnshintr to their
lands and such a loss of life and
lawlessness resulted. If they opt n
our hinds here that way I will get
Kiikland's autr.mohih- and bent
oil all out.
"You have heard that after the
carpet baggers promised the color
ed people forty acres of land anil a
mule and I suppose McCandless
will promise you Hit) acres of land
ind a Komi jackass."
Mr. Atkinson then turned to
page ,542 of the N'venleenih Ha
waiian Reports in which is a deci
sion by the Supreme Court against
Armstrong and McCandless in
which both of the men are scored
for trying to gt't the best of a Ha
waiian woman in a land ileal thnt
would have given her a piece of
land of the value of $100 for her
own that was valued at $11100
The woman's attorneys charact
erized the acts of the plaintiffs
(Armstrong and McCandless) as
sharp and unscrupulous practices
Mr. Atkinson said: "As long as
we nave a governient in J la wan we
will have, positive proof that Mc
Candless tried, to cheat a poor Jla
waiian woman out of her home.'"
From a record taken from the
ollice of the Registrar of Convey
ances he showed that McCandless
had bought over three hundred
Hawaiian kuleauas while? it took
six typewritten pages to give the
names anil numbers of the mort
gages held by him.
He said: "Let uTe advise you
that if McCandless comes around
here again, get a hammer ami long
spikes anil nail down your kuleanas
for if you don't Link will gel them."
Kuhio then addressed the people
in English ami later in his mother
tongue. He spoke of the work he
had done and how he had accom
plished it. He spoke at length of
his work in his native tongue which
was not interpreted.
He was well received by all ex
cept a very few who mul prohahlt
leen thinking too much.
Vote the Straight
S. 10. Kalama
W. T. Robinson
.1. W. Ka waakoa
M. I'. W'aiwaiole
A. .1. (ionics
E. 15. Carley
W. K. Salary
L. M. Raldwin
W. F. Kaae
.1. W. Kalua
Molokai T. T. Meyer
Lahaina W. Helming
' Wailnku- R. A. Wadsworth
Makawao W. F. rogue
liana W. 1 Haia
Molokai Dibble K. Ilae
Lahaina C R. Lindsay
Wailnku ('lenient Crowi 11
Makawao Edgar Morton
liana Ix-vi Joseph
The undersigned hereby gives notice
that he will not lie responsible for any
lebts contracted without his written or
v Iv. II. HAILF.Y.
Dec. Jan. Feb.
I have given a General Power of Attor
ney to C. I). Lufkiu who will intend to
my business during my absence.
K. II. 1UILF.Y.
Dec. Jan. Feb.
(Continued on page 5.) I
tle(endenee by Admiral Tholna--,aiid
later of its recognition by the Row
ers, would still be ill cxi.-t lice today
if it were not for the Democrat,
New lands, lb' urged Uni thtin to
vote for him ami the ills nnd errors
of the past would be righted if lie
were accorded a seat in Congress,
but he did not explain to thelll how
he intends to carry out this realiz
ation of his dreams amidst an over
whelming majority of Republicans
ill both Houses.
liefore he concluded his remarks
he cautioned his hearers not to waste
their earnings in saloons when they
get their fi.oO a day on public
works, The audience was very
orderly a large number of Ha waiian
ladies being bresent to greet the
speaker. Mr. Not ley was cheered as
he bade them g 1-night. The au
dience was decidedly Home Rule.
On Saturday, Sam Kaloa, R. !.
K. Nawahine and three of the Moss
man family harangued the Market
street crowd and tried to refute the
statements of Not ley ami incidental
ly advance the interests of the local
Home Rule-Democrat ic aggregation.
It is hclived that the wily Link
doubts the loyalty of the local can
didates and some color is lent to
this by the rat i that the Home Rul
ers endorsed the local candidates
who call themselves Democrats and
it would seem to ! a ca.se of ingra
titude for those who are Democrats
to go on the stump with the Home
Rulers and denounce their leader
after they Lad been endorsed by
the Home Rule party.
Sam Kaloa is r Hrted to be in
the employ f Link to follow Not ley
and repair the fences of the unterri
lietl where ever Not ley has broken
down the same.
Ill a recent issue t.f the Advertiser
appeared llic following news item:
"The Democrats believe that Dr.
J. H. Raymond, Democratic candi
date for the Legislature from Maui,
with lien Lyon, the manager of the
c.impaigu 011 that Island, are in a
plot, perhaps with ollnrs, to throw
Link .McCandless down. A number
of things have coine to light that
looked suspicious, but one of tin'
most striking was an incident oc
curring in Honolulu. The Molokai
Settlelin lit is a part of Raymond's
district, and that he should want to
go there t make a camgaign speech
or two was natural. However, he
diil not apply for a permit to go to
the Settlement either directly or
through the local Democratic mana
gers, "lint day licit ire ycstcrlay
Charles K. Not ley, the Home Rule
candidate for Congress, applied at
the Hoard of Health ollice for a nr
mit for a party which included
himself, Dr. Raymond, Hen Lyon
and one or two others. From this
it Would seem that the Democratic
candidate for the legislature in
tends to go to the Settlement ill
company with the Home Ruie can
didate for Delegate to Congress, and
probably speak from the same plat
form with him. This is considered
wholly inconsistent with loyalty to
the Democratic nominee for Con
gress, McCandless. Two years ago
Maui threw MeClanahan down."
Doctor Raymond stated over the
phone that he hail mailt1 no arrange
ments to go to the settlement and
that whatever arrangement. that
had been made by the leaders of the
party were made without his know
ledge. He pointed to the fact that the
Home Rule party had endorsed the
Democats as well as the Home Rul
ers aim that in spue 01 tins tie nan
simken at greater length in Home
Rule strong holds for McCandless
than he had for himself.
As the Home Rulers are support
ing the Democratic mcmliers or
rather some of them on the ticket, it
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With the advice of the Repub
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the Democrats and the apeal to
prejudice oil the part of the Home
Rulers the jM-ople at large have
enough to keep them guessing fo
the rest of the period lietwecU I10W
and election day.
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