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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1908
THE mUI NEWS
ntereil Ht the Tost Office at Wailuku, M ini, Hawaii, ns sccomldnss mutter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday.
Waul Rubltshine: Coitipnny. Limited.
1 1 II M ll Clotte,
i:dltor .Tirt Mnnnuer
DEC KM I'.KK 11. I'.MN
Our Christmas Willi this issno Uu customs id ii. aire have
Issue. cotnpollod us to lu-w, hlasl, cl itr. swout and toil
for a suititblo son ti merit. Wo found it not. Our toil and sweating liavc
been vain. So wo simply havo to wish you all ttio same sloreoly cd
old Merry Christmas. To the family man sitting under his own
fig tree and vine with wife and children there can he no happier,
better place for you on Christmas than to ho right where you are
trying to bo a child again anion;? .your own bairns! To the lover of
good cheer, remember Him who was born in the man-re" and suf
fered on the cross for you and mo. lor a little while, ere yon go
forth to the place of "feasting and the house of pleasure. To the
cynical bachelor and man of the world, sitting alone musing over
pipe and book our sympathies are with you, and that's our Merry
Christmas for you and your pipe and your musings and vour fret
tings! For us, the glad suushine is our portion, the balmy airs around
us, the broad ocean before us, that highway of the bold vikings of
old, the glow and warmth of this sunny clime we feel in our blood,
and we willingly and readily share this with you. kind reader and
good paying subscriber, for our Merry Christmas, this season of
good cheer, and of peace on earth and good will towards all men!
Beef Prices and It appears there is h movement on foot to
Meat Eating. raise the price of beef. The graziers and but
chers make a virtue of the drouth and consequent scarcity of good
beef and want more pay for their old, beef, a fact we know the
consumer will not accept in a kindly spirit.
Much has been written and said about the consumption of meat
on these Islands being greater on the average than what is good
for the health, and the purse too, for that matter, and a little
homily on the eating of the meat should suit us all meat eaters.
We refer to the doctrines of Fletcher or the proper chewing of
our daily food. Fletcherism means this: if you usually chew your
food five times before you swallow it, then chew it, meat, vegeta
bles, bread, soup, anything, seven times five before swallowing.
To chew, chew, chew is the panacea for meat hunger. Try it and
your food hunger will be appeased with a less quantity, of meat
especially, and you'll gain in health, strength, vigor and clearness
of the head. Try it and your meat bill will grow less, your purse
will be heaving, your boardier house keeper happy and your
healh will improve. Try it now while the evil days of high beef
are about to swoop down upon us!
C H R I
on Christmas Week.
Makawao I'tiion Clnirch, Rev.
lv It. Turner. pastor, Suiidnv
morning Dcectnlcr 'JO, musical ser
vice with special niti"ical nun. hern
No service Cltiistnias day.
Wailuku I'liiim Church. Ilev. II.
It. Dodpe, pastor, Christmas ser
vice Sunday, Dec. 2t. 7 :!) o'clock
p. m., special Christmas music, ami
ihc public, arc cordially invited.
St. Anthony' Catholic Church,
Midnight Mass. At 10 o'clock a.
m. High Mass.
Kuau Church, Midnight Mass.
Puuneno Church, High Mass 10
o'clock n. in.
Church ofvtlic Good Shepherd,
Rev. Cannon Ault, Holy Commu
nion and sermon with special
music at 11 o'clock a. in. Christ
mas 11a v
Residence of J. II.
H!ahoe Catches Fire.
Sunday morning, December 13,
a lire broke out in the home of J.
11. M ahoc, I'ukoo, Molokai. It
seemed the fire had been smoulder
ing and burning slowly all night,
and, Mrs. Anahau, daughter of
Mahoe, was wakened between 4
and 5 o'clock in the morning by
the exploding of twft common gun
cartridges which were in the kit
chen. A high wind was then1 blowing
but luckily the fire was confined to
the inside of the kitchen, which
was completely1 gutted and ruined
The entire household was wakened
and a bucket brigade formed which
succeeded in putting out the fire,
before it had time to spread to the
dwelling iart of the house.
It is supposed the fire was start
ed by embers dropping on the floor
from the kitchen stove.
Mnul Tenchern' Association.
The minimi meeting ol the Maui
Teachers' Association was lu-M in the
Wailuku Villon Schi ol yesterday.
Many ia)ers on interesting ediicnlional
suliieets were reaii mid lir. u- ed. Villi
Mr. W. W. Taylor. rim'i; a! .f ihiKi
piihulu ;chool, was elected 1'icsident. 1'".
W. Hardy of M.ik nvm. Vice-President
nnd Mary He Lima i f 1'aia, Secretary for
the eiisuini" year.
I). II. Kahaulelio, Itei.tily County At
torney, returned Imiii .Molokai Wednes
day. We are indeliled to him (or our Mo
J. C. FITZGERALD
M. . C. V. 8. L.
Residence: Kurlem House
To Br ing Claim for Dnmagcn.
I.ntc developments show that Mr. P..
C. Peters, the Honolulu attorney who was
in Wniluku last week e.une up to look
into the death of Arthur Alien, who writ
killed til the l'mmeiie railway acci
dent. It is rumored Win. Allen of Ho
nolulu, the young man's father, sent Mr.
Peters up here to look over the rntini'
with the view of lirinj-ing a da.uaye suit
against ttie Hawaiian l.Vni'ii reial and
Sugar Company if the I icls would war
rant such a course.
Various sums ranging from four to six
figures tire mentioned as the. amount
claimed for damages, but Mr. Peters
with the assistance of Geo. Sea have kepi
their secret to themselves.,. The attorneys
for the corporation are watching the
The relatives of the Japanese killed in
the accident are reported to have settled
their claims satisfactorily. The Japanese
were chary of lawyers and solicitous offi
cials and prefcred to settle without their
The Green Flyer
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Positively the -only fhv.t
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Also first-class auto repairing work
ndtire vulcanizing done.
Our prices arc right and
Our work is guaranteed.
Uime Uable JCahului SUmlroad Company
WAILU KU-PA1A DIVISION
, KAHULUI- -PUUNENE DIVISION.
A M ' I Has V VI f Wedusd'v
STATION'S 7; ' Pas. 'ass
Pas 1'it Pah. omv
Kahului Leave 7.00 2.00 . P M.
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 2.12
Wailuku Leave 7.20 2.20 4.15
KahuluT Arrive 7.35 2.35 4 30
Kauului Leave 7.40 ' 9.40 2.40 ,4.35 I 5 10
Sp'vilh- Arrive 7.52 .1.55 2.52 L47 ! 5 22
Sp'ville Leave 7.55 10.15 2.55 4 50 j ft. 25
Paul Arrive 8.10 10.35 3.10 5.00 " j 5.40
Pal a Leave 8.20 10.50 3.20 5.P5 j ,5.45
Sp'ville Arrive 8.35 3.35 . j
Sp'ville Leave 8.40 ' 3.40- j
Kahului Arrive 8.52 11.30 3.52 j ,5.30 u.05
Kahul.n Leave 8.55 1.00 3.55
Wailuku Arrive 0.10 1.30 4.10 j
Wailuku Leave 0.20 2.00 4.15 j
Kahului At rive 0 35 - 2.30 4.30 I
A. M. j 1. M.
Leave 6.20 1.20
Arrive 6.35 1.35
Leave 6.40 1.40
Arrive 6.55 ..55
Leave 8.10 S 10
Arrive 8.25 3.25
Leave 8.30 3.3'
Arrive 8.45 13.45
Kahului Reulroad Company
AGE NTS F"OR
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Ltd.;- ALEXANDER A BALDWIN, Line, of Sailing Vessels Hetwrer
San Fraiu-isco and the Hawaiian Islands: AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.:
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G O O D S
By the str. Arizonian we have just received a
large assortment of new goods very appropriate
for the holidays and also a complete line of toys
that will make the juvenile mind happy and con
tented at this season.
Come to our store and look over the display.
There are many things you will want to send to
your friends or perhaps need them for yourself.
'Bring the children along and have-them see the
many pretty playthings. It will be a treat to them.