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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1908
THE MAUI NEWS
nterert nt the Tost Office nt Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, ns second -class matur.
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Observes Third Anniversary
IIurH VI . Coke,
tJclltor and vinnaRer
NOVKMHKII 7. H08
Tim I nrnl Tlift ploetioil is HOW II thill"1 of tllC past nil(l
Election. smoke from t lio tiold of buttle lns cliirotl away.
Tho result of the election is a deckled republicin victory mid
would have been a clean sweep with tho exception, of the County
Attorney arid one representative if it bad not been for tho d raw
ing of the color line by a few leaders who claim to r e republicans
and who have had every support in the past from the party and
are still getting their bread and butter from that party.
While every one has a right to cast his vote according to the
dictates of his own conscience no one need expect to hold the
confidence of the better element who voluntarily avows himself as
a supporter of a candidate against whom naught can be said, and
repeatedly slates that he will support and vote for such a candi
date and then sneaks around and works unceasingly for the defeat
of tho candidate whom tie has voluntarily pledged himself to sup
There is not tho slightest reason for accusing any race here of
drawing the color line but a few leaders whose schemes were
known some years ago have stooped to this level and have .-no-ceeded
in defeating William llenning ana li. A. Wads worth, two
of the best men who were running for ollice at this election and
men who would have made the best possible servants of the poo
We believe that Mr. T. B. Lyons will make a good supervisor
nnrl wish him evo.rv success in his new ollice. As to Lahaina we
are satisfied that the people there will soon see tho serious mis
take they have made and will wish they had a llenning back in
the office to which he has been defeated.
MONDAY, November 16, 1908
The PAIA STORE will dis
play an unusually fine
line of Holiday Goods.
Japanese Goods direct from Japan.
An exceptionally nice line of .liipunese hand em
broidery in tahlo covers, dollies, handkerchiefs
blouse and full lenjith dress patterns, kimonos
A large assortment of hand painted chinaware, in
tea sets, chocolate sets, cups and saucers, Voces
llaole goods from New York,' Chicago and the
Dainty, attractive and useful Christmas gifts.
Monday, November 16, 1908
Kauai eives Kuhio 475 votes ami MeCandleps .", 17, Not ley 177
tor and all repreHentativer are elected. All County and dis
lican oilicers are elected beyond a doubl except the Auditor
in depends on the vote of Niihau returns. The republican
ohably be elected.
;i returns Jlolstein, Makekau, Kmiilio and Kawe
na, Mississippi and Oklahoma will average 2 3 ,000
iryland and Colorado are doubtful.
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On last Sunday evening. Union
Church celebrated the thud anni
versary of the reopenint: of I lie ser-
ices, which was lumiu in Novem
ber, l'.MVi. The church was luettily
lecorated for the occasion by Mrs.
1). II. Case.
brief review of the work of
Union Church during the last three
lis was given by Mr. Pinlie. He
puke iii opening concerning 1. 1 1
i t ii
ileasant social relations ami o-
ightful spiti of hospitality that
in rae'.crize the Wniluku people
mil the coroialll V nenveeii ine va-
inns ehurches in town. He then
fcrrcd to the mproveineiits made
i i .i . i .
in the einiicli in uie last imee
irs, many of which had been
icisonallv mperiiitt mled by Mrs.
B. Wells. He thanked the peo
ple for all they had done to mnue
the three years successful, anil
spoke particularly concerning he
fforts of the mis eec of the Church,
tin! work of the Women s Aid So
ciety and the various department))
of Church activity. After speaking
of the generous assistance that
Mrs. II. P. Baldwin had been to
the Church in giving the use of
the William nnd Mary Alexander
Parsonage, Mr. Dodge said he felt
sure from the hearty cooperation
he had met with in the past three
years that the members of the
Church and Congregation of the
Union Church would be interested
in the tact thai in the nisi ten
months he had travelled on Church
work, mostly on horsehack, the tlis
tanee oi 2.3")4 miles; that on Maui
and Molokai there were located
thirty-nine churches, thirty-seven
of which had been under his cart1,
or more than oiif-third the total
number of churches of the Hawai
ian Board located on the entire
group. During the last three years
there have been nine new church
buildings erected and eleven
churches repaired, all but two of
which he has personally superin
tended or planned, and that he
had directed tin- v ork in the re
pairing of two parsonages and in
the erection of all hut one of riie
seven new nuroiiages mat nau
been built, The total number of
new buildings is twenty-nine, or
nearly ten a year.
I luring the first year the receipts
of the Maui Aid Association, which
largely relieves tho Hawaiian Board
of the financial responsibility of
Maui Churches, were ?2,) Hi. 12;
the second year Ul,:i77.!; the
third year 13,1322.27. Of this
large total of over 827,000.00 Hon.
II. P. Baldwin has lioen the largest
single giver, generously assisting
the churches in their repairs ami
new buildings, but particularly help
ing the Hawaiian in the payment
of their pastors. Without Mr.
Baldwin's liberality, it would lie
impossible to carry on the extensive
Church work on Maui.
The work of the Board's Agent
among the various races and in the
monthly ministers' meeting, in
which lie has been greatly aided by
Uev. E. B. Turner of Pain, Rev. T.
A. Walt rip of Kahului, and by Dr.
I Seek with, when the later was nble
to be present, was explained.
The work of Miss Charlotte L.
Turner among the Chinese and Jap
anese, and the earnest work that is
licing done at the Wailuku and L;
haina Settlements ami Kindergar
tens was spiken of in the highest
terms. All this is work little un
derstood by Jiiany people and there
fore not fully appreciated. There
is no more unselfish done in the
Islamls than in these centers of
helpfulness for the boys and girls,
During the past year Mr. Dodg
has been supplying the Kaaliumanu
Church, Wailuku and the Waikapu
Church on Sundays and helping in
the two Sunday Schools, together
with a young people's meeting just
Beginning en Saturday, October 24,
' Closing on Thursday, December 24,
at 7:80 P. M.
We will hold a Voting Contest for
the Most Popular Boy and Girl
. Under 15 years of age
CONDITIONS OF -.THE CONTEST With . very CASH IMJIICIIASK of 2.1 cents the
buyer is given a ticket entitling him to one vote fur a (iirl or II iv under J 5 years of age.
PRIZES OP CONTEST The (iirl receiving th- highest number of votes at the closing
of the contest will receive a IHiAUTI5:UL SLIiliPINO DOLL now on exhibition.
The Bov receivimi the hiidiet number of votes at the Iosimi' of the contest, will receiv" an
AN EASTMAN'S NO. 2 POL DING HiiOVVNIli CAMERA.
Voles will be counted every Thursday evening at 7:"0 IV M. and the names and number of
votes of each eonl"st a nt will be posted and a record of siine- kept.
Now is your chance to vote for the Most Popular Girl uml I5oy
T 11 E PIONEER STORE
si i viee at Union
In l'i ire t lie i vi niiis.
The coining of Key. Collins
Burnham to the Lahaina side of
Maui as the Board's agent will be a
great help in the work. Mr. Burn
ham will take the churches from
Olowalu to Honokohau.
LINDSAY: At I'am, M ini, Oclohir 291I1
lyoS, to U10 wife of George K. I.itiilsay,
LANJUMA QUINTET CLUH
Carl !. Rose, Mgr.
lieady to play for Dances, political
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Gup.inleh r-ii'Ht-CloHH VVm-U if
Wagons call for work and mak
SPECIAL RATES FIR FAMILIES.
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Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and ut l'aia and H.unakunpoko on
W'-dnesdays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, ECCS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PICS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
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Telephone No. 359.
Dangler Gasoline Stoves
Absolutely Saie. .
JIN A.IND SEE THEM.
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Dangler Gasoline Stoves
Received tae ti-rd Frlze. Very
Highest ftn.ird. .;"(! ;ld IMcuVI
bt Wuriij'S f: .. Louis.
Simplicity Liui ne:veLt operation are the '
features that cont: W.uu lo the ttrength and
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They are i-i:..::i.:.t. J i tco'ditig to the
safely requiieiT:... t v!.. Ki.iui:' ! Hoard of
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Cu bo bought on our new installment ystcm tdf
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WAILUKU 1'AIA DIVISION
KAHULUI- -I'UUNKNE DIVISION.
STATIONS I"' Pas. lfV STATIONS M"
Pas Vrl Vas. (lnlv Pah. Pas
Kahului Leave 7.0(1 2.00 P. M. Kahului Leave ti.20 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 2.12 ' Puuncne Arrive fi.35 l.-tt
Wailuku Leave 7.20 2.20 4.15 Piumene Leave (i.40 1.40
Kahului Arrive 7.35 2.35 4.30 , Kahului Arrive (i.55 i.f5
Kahului Leave, 7.40 9.40 2.40 4.35 5.10 Kahului Leave S.10 3 10
Sp'ville Arrive 7.52 .1.55 2.52 4.47 5.22 Puunene Arrive 8.25 3.25
Sp'vi'.le Leave 7.55 10.15 2.55 4 50 5.5 Puunene Leave tf.30 3.30
Paia Arrive 8.10 10.35 3.10 5.00 5.40 Kahului Arrive 8.45 '3.45
Paia Leave 8.20 10.50 3 20 5.C5 5.45 Kahului Leave 0.45
Sp'ville Arrive 8.35 3.35 " l'TTunene Arrive 10.0(1
Sp'ville Leave 8.40 3.40 I I Puunene Leave 10.30
Kahului Arrive 8.52 11.30 3.52 j 5.30 ! i;.or, Kahului Arrive 10.45
Kahului Leave 8.55 1.00 3.55 j '
Wailuku Arrive 0.10 1.30 4. 10 j (
Wailuku Leave 0.20 2.00 1.15 !' ,
Kahului Arrive 1) 35 2.30 4.30 I
ICahului Reiilroad Company
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