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THE MAUI NEWS
A HALL SAFE is the acinoof perfect snfo con
struction. Its lire-proof qualities have been proven
time and again.
THE BURGLAR gives up aijd goes elsewhere
when he sees a IS ALL'S SAFIi OR VAULT
guarding the money ho wants.
Send for Catalogue of HALL'S SAFES-
We have the first output
of the season in pints and
I Maui Wine &
5 SOLE AGENTS
Wo have in exhibition in our show room a choice
selection of nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for the Bathtub,
French Plate Glass Mirrors,
Soap Disties for the Wall,
Soap and Sponuro Holders,
IVyvol Bars in various sizes,
Towel Racks, 2-11 and -1 fold,
Comb and Brush Trays,
' Tooth and Brush Holders,
. Tumbler Holders,
Robe Hooks, etc., etc."
To realize their beauty "and usefulness they
must bo soon and used. Taken as a whole these
fittings are the most artistic, practical, easily- cleaned
and thoroforo the MOST SANITARY.
Our prices bring thorn within the reach of all.
Wo invito your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.'S
Masonic Temple, : : KAHULUI.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 5$ KNIGHTS
Rogular meetings will be held at
the 'Knights of Pythias Hall Wailukn
on Saturday, November 7, 21.
All visiting members are cordially
invited to attend.
J. IJ. NELSON, C. C.
D. II. CASK, K. OP R. & R.
& Co., Ltd.
Liquor Co. 1
1.01)01; MAUI, No, 5)84, A. P.&A. At,
Stated meetings will bo held at
Masnnic Hall. Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting bi otbren are cordially in
vited to at tend.
D. C. LINDSAY. It, U IV.
t. f. ' Secretary.
Republicans Feeling More
Cbeerful Over Prospect.
II I LO, October 28 Within two
weeks of the cloo of the campaign
a better feeling obtain" aiming the
Heptiblicans. While the. condition
is not altogether eaiiataojorv, an
impression prevails that Kuhio at
all events, is safe.
'I lit! weak spots on the Republi
can map are the Konns, Kau and
kohnla. McCandless had with him
a map of t he loeky slopes of Manna
Loa painted in sugar eane green
and subdivided into alluring quart
er sections which has effected a
strong lodgement in tue minds of
the voters in thos-e localities, and
iceordingly Senator Hewitt and
Stephen Desha have been des
patched lo cover them again.
The party is hnndienped. by u
hick of orators While the Demo
crats yesterday sent out 'David
liwaliko, II. Irwin, T. .. I'y an and
W. Wesa on the trail of the Home
Rule campaigners throughout the
island, the republicans have made
no move in tins direction. 1 lice
is a general complaint frbm all
parties of lack of funds
w ith a total registration ot a
shade over o.OOO, with three tickets-
in the field, with some candidates
endorsed bv two parlies, a state of
political confusion worse confound
An interesting .contest is being
waged fur the office of County
Attorney. C. Williams the present
incumbent is the nominee of the
Home Rulers. The Democrats have
named Harry Irwin, and the Re
publicans left the place vacant on
their ticket. Irwin in the course
of a "peech is reported to have re
marked sensational! v "Put 'not
your trust in l'linccs." and it is
said that Hawaiian voters cannot
appreciate the adaptation of a
seriptual quotation for campaign
Link's Promises On Maui
And Denials On Oahu
The evidence multiplier that the
Honorable L. L. .McCandless did
make promises to the backwoods
voters on Hawaii and Maui that
if elected, he would get a law
passed which would permit the na
tives to each obtain 1(50 acres for
$10 or thereabouts. In Honolulu
he is now denying that ho made
We suggest to the Republican
campaign leaders that his denial
be wired up to the districts where
the promises were made and be
given general circulation there, so
that the voters who' accepted, his
word lis gospel can see what the re
vised version of the gospel, accord
ing to Link, sounds like. Dema
gogic talk geuPially trips the talk
er up in the long run, but not
always as quickly as this boom
eranjj has don .
try again Link, bupposo you
otter the voters lull acres apiece
down at your Dukedom at Makua,
or over at the Principality of Wai
kane. That will - sound more like
business. Meanwhile, whatever tho
differanee are, over other nomina
tions, all eitizes who want to see
the recent magnificent work for
Hawaii in . Congress continued,
should work, as well as vote, for
the election of Kuhio Advertiser.
(Perhaps Link McCandless meant
lo offer the Maui voters 1150 acres
on tho crater of Haleakala on
which to raise h II.) lid.
J. A. dos Reis
Harness and Shoemaker
Has moved his shop from the
Queen's Lodging House to the
Aluli Hlock on Market Street.
All kinds of repair work done vvjth
promptness and satisfaction.
Should Receive Support Of
On next Tuesday the people of
the United States will choose a new
President to execute the laws of the
nation and administer its affairs.
It is almost certain that their
choice will be William IL Taft the
Republican nominee. r
Mr, Taft's opponent is a brilliant
orator and a man of untiring ener
gy. He has a clean record and his
honesty is unquestioned, but there
is on reason for changing the policies
of the present administration for the
untried policies of Mr. Rryan, who
is the leader of a party that has
made such signal failures in the past.
The American people are a keen
thinking people. They are not
swayed to any great extent by bril
liant oratory nor are they likely to
trade horses in the middle Jof the
stream for fear of getting wet.
With Mr Taft as chief executive
and a hold over Republican major1
ity in the-Senate a Democrat could
not accomplish anything in Con-
trrcss. it is thereiore tne course oi
wisdonfto elect a Republican fipm
this Territory to represent the peo
ple' there. Mr. McCandless may he
ever so gifod a man, hut his services
are an unknown quantity while
Kalaiuanaole lias a record lo Ins
credit that isMimoualled hy that of
any Delegate from any Territory in
Coming down to the local ticket
we do not hesitate to sty that every
Republican should support and vote
for Kahuna and Robinson.
Senator Knlania has served the
people well in the House and in the
Senate. He understands the work
required, and has been of invaluable
service to the public. His honesty
is uiuiucPtioned and his record is
such that it commends itself to eve
ry one who is not swayed by preju
dice or party partisanship.
W. T. Robinson is too well known
to require any introduction. There
is not a better man running for
office on any ticket this year than
W. T. Robinson, and if he and Ka
huna are elected to the Senate Maui
may rest assured that her interests
will he well looked after and the
people will have two Senators from
this County whose interests are the
Of the Representative ticket three
of the Republican nominees have
served tho people in the Lowe?
iJouse, and tne record ol each as a
representative is good, ihese men
are A. J. Comes, J. Nakaleka, and
M. P. Wniwaiolc.
There are two candidates' for the
office of Representative who have
never before been candidates for of'
fiec. These men are E.,15. Carley
and J. W. Kawaakoa. Mr. Kawaa
koa is a consistant Republican who
ha worked for years for the Repub
lican party, and for the past two
years has been the President of the
Republican Precinct Club of Kaupo
Ho is a tanner and is highly res
pected and should be elected. Mr
Carley has been a resident of the
islands for many years and has
been the manager of the Maui Tele
phono Company tor s.t, great many
years and the success of the Com
pany has been due in a great meas
lire to his energy and anility.
Every Republican nominee shouh
(be voted for. ,
W. P. Haiti of liana has made
an excellent record its Supervisor
and should be returned. His work
has made him inanyfri(;nds among
those who are in a position to ob
serve the same. His record is a
credit .to his District and an honor
to his race.
Without tin exception W. I
Pogue has been as able a business
man as the board has cVcr had and
he has worked constantly for what
he bejioved to he right without re
gard to what the political eon
scquonccs might be. It was Mr.
Pogue who first started the matter
of having a survey of the line for a
water supply for the dry section of
Kula. It was he who made an in
vestigation and found that the Wai
lukn District was not getting her
just share of the available funds for
In every respect Mr. Pogue'swork
has been such that it is the duty of
the people to vote for him and en
courage the continuance of the class
of work that Mr. Pogue has done.
It. A. Witdsworth is a candidate
for office lor the first time since he
adopted Hawaii as his home some
twenty-two years ago. I IV has made
success of his business and every
thing with which he is or lias been
connected. No one doubts his abili
ty or his fitness for the office.-
The Wailuku district is badly in
need of a man of Mr. Wadsworths
class for its supervisor and there
should be the most strenuous effort
made to elect him.
William Hcnningof Lahaina has
served Ins district as Supervisor
since the inauguration of county
government and has worktd con-
tantly for the same. . lie has ac
complished much and should I
lected to succeed himself."
T. T. Meyer of Molokai is one of
the popular members of the board
ind has been a member of the board
since its organization. The people.
of Molokai have no cause to desire
W. E. Saffery has conducted his
office in a manner that calls for sup
port. His office is a difficult one to
(ill. There is not a more unpopular
office in the county than that of
heriff. No matter who is sheriff
there will be criticisms of the officii
in charge but it must be remenibi r-j
ed that such an officer is absolutely
luccssary and that there has never
been any serious trouble that has
not been prompty stopped by the
police nor has any mistakes been
made that have involved a damage
nit . All forms of lawlessness have
been kept under control and it
would be the art of folly to -elect an
untried candidate .ivho is not
familiar with the work of the office.
Even the opposition acknowledges
the fitness of the present' incum
bents of the office of Treasurer,
Clerk and Auditor. One -vote for
ach of the Republican nominees
for each of the camfinates will elect
them but let everyone endorse theni
by giving theni a vote.
There is hardly the remotest
possibility that Crowell, Morton,
Lindsay or Levi Joseph will be de
feated. These men are ceitain
winners and should be eleceteil.
Dibble K. Ilae has a-good fighting
chance for election and it is hoped
that he will be. ,'
The republican party has carried
out its pledges. It i:j the. party of
progress and prosperity and even if
you persoiially feel friendly toward
persons on the opposition,- some of
whom are able men and good citi
zens it must be remembered that a
vote for a friend against a man
who has 'conducted his office pro
perly and aganst whom no serious
charge can' be made is a vote for
the destruction of that party thai
is doing So much for the uplifting
of the community and that party
which is responsible for county gov
eminent and the voice of the peo
ple in local affairs.
The undersigned hereby gives notice
that lie will not be responsible for ajiy
debts contracted without his written or
der. I?.' II, IIAJLEV.
Dec. Jan, I'cl.
J have given a General Power of Attor
ney to C, 1). Lufkiti who will attend to
my business during my nbscne.
R. II. HAILP.V.
Dec. Jan. Feb.
DR. J. J. CAREY
Office over First National Hank
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
L1GIITFOOT & QUARLES
ATTORNHYS AT LAW
Honolulu, t. II., and
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
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Every mother loves to see,
her baby fat and plump.
Put a little TAJ tO FLOUR
in the milk, and you will
be delightfully surprised at
25 cents per tin at the
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A VETLESEN, Prop.
Market Stiu.. Wailuku
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full line of popular brands ol
Celebrated Primo & Senile
25c 2 Glasses 25c
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gent fret. Oldest ncency for necunnff patents.
Patents taken through Munn Co. receive
special nntlcct without charge, in tho
A handsomely UhiMintPfl r,r oMr. I,nr"Mt clr.
dilation of any wlumtuc ' niJ. Tci is,
yeur: innr men nu, m, cut- ymi nun rcHiira,
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DR. GEO. S. AIKEN
Office at residence.
Uaiiului, Maui, T. II.
Office Hours: 9 a. in. to , 111.
DR. F. A. ST- SURB '
PHYSICIAN AND SUROliON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING)
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niuy'hu puhi-taiitintcd by jiving
Maui's nvtt product a trial.
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