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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1909
THE MAUI NEWS
IF YOU GET
THE MAUI NEWS-
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A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
issued Every Saturday.
Maul Publishing Company, Limited,
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XOVEMHKR 27. 1!K9
The Midget Tlu Klial:i Midget, lias puMislieil a innnlier of
On Homesteads, iintel articles on puMie roailn ami lionie
stoailing. Tlii4 little paper is spicy and to the jxiint.
In a recert issue it said "Hawaii neeils liomesteaders hut can she make
good to them? One word answers transportation!
We are glad to see that some of the island palters are awakening to
the faet that the transportation situation here kills the homestead pro
"Facts are staggering things. Just now a homesteader might whistle
on the wharves of San Francisco, for a lierth to Hawaii. Meanwhile
Japanese steamers come with empty lierths, liecause our coastwise laws
will not let them hring passengers. What is this hut a sulisidy? The
homesteader could not get goods here promptly : these suhsidi.ed steamers
are refusing freight.
"Rut supiosc they drought him and his goods? The writer had a
shipment, the destination of which was crossed olT, on the steamer, ami
another port suhstituted. It was six weeks going from Honolulu to a
point eighteen hours distant.
"Honolulu will not transfer freight for the other islands until letters
have lieen exchanged and the freight prepaid. This means a delay of
two weeks in almost any case. This morilnmd system of handling freight
that survives in Honolulu would make a Mainland dray horse laugh."
Star Chamber In the matter of recommending a seccessor to as-
Again. sociate Justice Wilder whose resignation was dis
cussed in executive circles some six weeks ago Governor Frearadds proof
to the charge that he does not take the puhlie into his confidence.
The personnelle of the Supreme. Court is of the greatest interest to
every attorney in the territory and it is hut natural that the Rar Associa
tion should have heen heard from in the matter. It seems that that associa
tion was totally ignored in the matter and every effort was made to keep
the contemplated resignation from the puhlie until the little inner eirclt
should decide who their choice is to lc and have their lines so well laid
that the appointment i assured hefore the puhlie had heard that there
was to U a change.
The star rhamher methods of Frear alienates respect and confidence in
his administration, sows seeds of discontent in repuhliean ranks and
strengthens the democratic opposition. The governor seems to imagine
that he is at the head of an oligarchy instead of an American territory
The repuhliean party will suffer as a result of his lack of tact. -The
Bulletin says editorially:
"Six weeks ago the designation of Justice Wilder was lieing talked over
in executive circles.
"The R u 1 1 et i n has no special candidate for the post of Associate
Justice, hut it does protest against the method in which this contem
plated resignation has heen handled hy the Governor.
"The Governor was given an opportunity to seak of the Wilder re
signation three days ago, and he evaded it. Then tn the hour of his
departure for Washington he admitted knowledge of it only after having
heen pressed to a point that caused him to show' personal displeasure.
"Justice Wilder promptly told the truth.
"Of course the Governor intends to discuss the man to lie appointed
in Wilder's place while he is in Washington. There is every reason why
he should do so.
"There is also every reason why the people of this Territory should
know of Wilder's resignation and le given ample opportunity to make
up their minds as to their choice for his successor hefore the Governor
confers with national officers.
"Further, the manner in which the matter was handled hy the Execu
tive gives the puhlie many reasons for concluding that the Executive De
partment did not intend to let the jieople in on the proosition until the
lines had U-en laid in Washington,
"This is not the system of administration that promotes eontidence or
Uime UablejKaliuliii Siailroad Co.
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, I'.KMI.
No. i ! No. j
No. 3 No 4 , No. s ; No. 6 i No. 7
A. M. ' A. M. I 1". M. i P. M. A. M. P. M. A.M.
Kahului I.v.; 15 7 50 ' 1 20 i :! 10 ! M
I'liuneiie Ar. (i 25 , X 00 1 :,0 j 3 20 10 (X)
I'uim. n. I,?.; ; :;o ; x 10 1 40 ; :; 25 10 :m
Kahului Ar. fi 40 j X 20 1 50 II 35 10 45
Kahului I.v. ft 50 : 2 00
Wailuku Ar.( 7 02 2 12 1 !
Wailuku I.v. 7 10 j ' 2 20 ;
Kahului Ar. 7 22 j f '. 2 32 j
Kahului I.v. 7 25 ' i 2 40 Z' 9 30
Spreckelsville I.v. 7 37 i 2 52 10 00 I
I'aia Ar. 7 50 J 5. 3 05 10 15 i
I'aia I.v. X 00 E' 3 15 ' 10 45 !
Spreekelsville I.v. X 15 j ' ;yi
Kahului Ar. X 27 j ! 3 42 11 15 1
Kahului , I.v.; X :J0 1 1 3 45 j " ; (Ml
Wailuku Ar. X 45 j , 4 00 i S ! 1 15 !
Wailuku I.v.i ! 00 j ; 4 05 ; j 1 45 !
Kahului Ar.; !t 15 1 , . 4 17 . i j 2 15 j
Kahului I.v. - 4 20 , ' i
Spreekelsville I.v. - 132 -3 !
I'aia Ar.l I . 1 45 . ; !
I'aia Lv.j , I " 4 50 i I
Spreckelsville I.v. ! 5 03 ......
Kahului ArJ ' 5 15 ' '
Kahului Railroad Co,
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San Francisco and Hawaiian Ports;
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than to have It done hy a hlack
emitli, hut in the end it will lie the
Mail your watch to us and we
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Only First Class Work Done
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Saturday afternoon, corner Main
and Market Street at 2 p. m.
Dry Goods, Dress Goods,
Silk, Satins, Organdies,
Muslins, Ladies' Coats,
Lad les V nd er wea r, Jewel ry
of all descriptions, Gentle
men's Clothing, Shell leis.
People invited to come Thursday
and Friday to inspect goods.
Maukki .v. Wailuku
Full line of popular hranis ol
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Celebrated Primo & Sejie
25c 2 Glasses 25c
CONTRACTOR and R I.' I L D E R
Plane and E.-limttes Furnished.
Small Jols and Repair Work hy
Day or Contract.
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Power of Attorney.
During mv absence from the Territory
A. K. Ting and Wong Tim will act for
me with (nil power of attorneys.
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July to January.
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Al.OHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTH
Regular meetings will )e held at the
KnighU of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
M-coinl ami fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting memliers are Cordially in
vited to attend.
W.M. AI I.T. C. C.
JOHN J. WAI.SH. K. OF R. & S.
LODGE MAUI, No. U8A. A. F. t A. M
Stated meetings will he held at
Masuuic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Sutunlay niul't of each month at 7.30
Vihiliiii; brethren ure cordially in
vited to at lend.
C. E. COl'ELAXD H. W. M.
t. f. Secretary.
Come and make your selections
while the line is still complete
we have ever shown.
Articles of Beauty and Artistic Merit
. as well as those of utility.
Cut Glass, Jewelry, Stationery,
Linen, Japanese Goods, etc.
A most complete line of
Toys, Decorations, etc.
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