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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, WO
THE MAUI NEUS
Entered at the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, at .second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday.
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THE TYPEWRITER WITH CLASS
Chaa, C. Clark - - Editor and ffltnagar
SATURDAY. - - . . .- AUGUST 27, 1910
When a Man Goes Broke.
(Saturday Evening Post.)
TOO many men ore discouraged by the fact that money isn't worth
anything to speak of except when nobody has any. In the older
portions of the United States the small capitalist's opportunities
for profitable investment are comparatively restricted. There is not the
same immediate incentive to save up a nest-egg that there was when
virtuous Brutus loaned his modest capital in the province at forty-eight
per cent a year, or when Poor Richard preached his homely doctrine of
thrift and prosperity. Saving "the first thousand dollars" doesn't put
you on the highroad to wealth as it did valious autobiographers who
used their first thousand to buy several sections of choice timber land or
a farm in what is now the heart of the city. In the savings bank it
yields, on an average, only thirty-five dollars a year, which doesn't go
far at present prices.
You cannot get rich merely by saving moley ; but you can get desper
ately poor by not doing it. The thirty-five dollars a year interest doesn't
amount to much ; but the command of opportunity and the insurance
against humiliation and distress that the tllusand dollars gives are worth
a great deal. The man who is broke is at) the mercy of every wind and
the beck of every finger. He has to take what's offered him.
During the Civil War postal clerks employed by the Conferate States at
Richmond resigned because they found it impossible to live on their
salary of njne thousand dollars a year. Perhaps they were excusable,
since it took a pocketful of their money to buy a meal. But it is always
very possible to measure your money against your wants in such a way
that it is impossible to live on your income, whatever its size. A.d it is
almost always possible, by a more judicious measuring, to live on less
than your income. It is as true now as it was in Micawber'B day that
the one system of measurement leads to crouble and the other to content,
irrespective of the amount of the income.
RECENT developments over in Honolulu, where the reputed leader
of the Republican party was charged with handing the party over
to a clique, whether having any foundation of fact or not,' will
prove good ammunition for the Democrats in the coming campaign.
There can be no question, but that there are serious differences in the
Republican Ranks over in the capital, and these differences ore being
kept alive more by the personal bickerings and petty ' fights of .two
Republican Editors, than from any other source. If the Democrats
should win in the fall elections, their victory can be laid only to betrayal
of the Republican (cau8e. They have no other hope on earth than that
which they gain through hope for treason in the Republican camp.
However, if the Republican pAly is to retain the confidence of the
Hawaiian voter it will be in spite of and not because of the folly of the
Republican editors of the type mentioned. Mayhap one section think
they are strong enough to withstand the stabs of the other, but be that
as it may, when they let personal animosities swerve their allegiince to
the party they are traitors to the best interests of the eommuuity.
When You Coma Home at Night.
THERE are lonely hours for the sweet young wife
In the home you have taken her to;
Lonely hours when her thoughts go back
To the home that her girlhood knew;
And she longs for the sound of her mother's voice
And the touch of her gentle hand,
And longs to breathe sweet hopes to her
That a mother can understand.
Manv a time at her household task,
There are troublesome things arise ;
And she wants to ask mother what to do;
And the hot tears fill her eyes
When she thinks how far away she is
From mother's loving care; "
And she longs for her father's hearty laugh,
And it's lonely everywhere.
For when she kisses you good bye,
And you go to your work away,
She turns from the door with a little sigh,
And she thinks of the long, long day.
For the hoars are long that we spend alone,
And she's only a young girl yet;
But the y.oung wife's lonesome tears for home
Are not tears of regret.
So hurry home when the work isdone
Where she is waiting for you ;
And carry some little gift along
Just as you used to do.
And praise her work and her dainty food, ,
And her dress so neat and bright;
Make the happiest hour of all the day
When you come home at night.
The advertiser correspondent in Wailuku, hits the nail on the head,
when he speaks of the '"unsightly fences." Wailuku is beautifully
situated; has some beautiful home, surrounded by beautiful lawns, and
these in turn are surrounded by "unsightly fences."
It reminds one of a walled city in the Far Eaat.
If a few of our progressive citizens would take down the fences it could
be mads the beginning ot a campaign for a more beautiful County Seat.
Such improvements are bound to cpwe in time, and we might as well
begin now as later.
There Is Nothing Better Than the Best
Take our tip. and try this machine, when
spending money on typewriters.
NOTICE TO THE REPUBLICAN
PARTY OF THE TERRITORY
The Repulicau Precinct Clubs
thoroirgbout the Territory are hereby
notified to meet on the evening of Fri
day, the 26th of August, 1910, at 7:30
o'clock, to make nomination for dele
gates to a Territorial Convention and
also to County and District Conventions.
The nomination shall be open from 7:30
to 8 o'clock p. ( m. and shall be riled id
writing with the Chairman of the meet
ing. The persons so nominated shall be
voted for at a primary election to be
held in each precinct on Saturday the
3rd day f September, 1910, between the
hours of and 7 o'clock p. m.
The Territorial Convention will meet
in Honolulu on Monday, the 12th day
of September, 1910, and nominate a can
didate for delegate 1o Congress and elect
a Territorial Central Committee.
The County and District Conventions
will meet in their respective Counties at
a tiure and place to be fixed by the res
pective County Committees, and nomi
nate candidates for the Legislature and
Municipal and County Officers and elect
their respective County Committees.
The number of delegates to which each
precinct will be entitled in said conven
tions is as follows:
Hoolaha I ka Poo Rcpuballka.
K kauohaia nei na Ahahui Repuba
lika o kela a me keia mahele koho e ha
tawai ma ke ahiahi Poalima, ka la 26 o
Augate, 1910, ma ka horn 7:30, no ka
waiho ana ae i mau inoa no na elele i ka
Ahahui Teritori me ka Ahahui Apana.
R malama ia ana he koho balota malttha
0 ua mau inoa la ma kela a me keia ma
hele koho ma ka Poaono, Sepatemaba la
3, 1910, mawaena o na hora 2 me 7 o
E halawai ana ka Ahahui Teritoii ma
Honolulu ma ka Poakahi, la 12 o Sepate
maba, 1910, no ka wac ana i moho Elele
1 ka Ahaolelo ma Wakinek'ona a no ke
koho ana i Komite Kuwaena no ke
E halawai ana na Ahahui Apana ma
kela a me keia Apana ma ka wahi. ame
ka manawa e hooholoia ana e kela a me
keia Komite Hooko Apana a e wae i na
mobo no ka Ahaolelo a me na oihana
Eia malalo iho ka heluna o na elele o
kela a aae keia mahele koho:
' COUNTY OB MAUI.
'. KALANA O MALT.
Third Representative District.
Apana Koho Ekolu.
Terr. Co. and Dist.
1 st Precinct...... 1 ' 1
2nd Precinct 1 x
3rd Precinct 2 7
4th Precinct I 1
5th Precinct 3 19
6th Precinct I 5 '
7th Precinct 3 13
8th Precinct I 1 '
9th Precinct ' 1 2
loth Precinct . 1 3
lith Precinct I 4
ith Precinct 3 14
10th Precinct t 3
14th Precinct ' 1 .2
15th Precinct 1 a
16th Precinct. I 7
17th Precinct , I 3
18th Precinct...... I 2
19th rrecinct...... 1 "3
2oth Precinct. I " 4 ' '
21st. Precinct I. 2
22nd Precinct.. . 3 12
i ' Total.: 31 mo
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Chairman Territorial Central Committee,
Honolulu, Jul 31, 1910.
Aug. 13, 20, -27.
Sealed tenders will be received by the
Board of Supervisors oi the County of
Maui up to 4:30 P. M Thursday, Sept.
8th, 1910, for delivery of 8500 feet of 3 inch
galvanized pipe at Paia R. R. Station.
No tender will be considered by the
Board unless made out on the blank
forms and enclosed in the envelopes,
sealed, furnished by' the undersigned,
nor unless accompanied by a certified
check in an amount equal to 5 of the
amount of tender.
By order of the Board of Supervisors
of the County of Maui.
County Engineer. ,
Wailuku, Maui, T, H. August 24, 1910.
Aug. 27. ......
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
At Chambers In Divorce.
- S. NAGAISHI, Libellant, vs. TAKIE
NAGAISHI, Libelee, Libel for Divorce.
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII:
TO TAKIE NAGAISHI,
GREETING: Notice is hereby given,
that there is pending in the Circuit
Court of the Second Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii, a Libel for Divorce front the
bonds of matrimony wherein S. NAGAI
SHI, is Libellant, aad TAKIE NAGAI
SHI, is Libellee, being numbered 246 in
the Divorce Division of said Court, and
that' said. Ljbel Will be heard by the
Honorable SELDEN B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of said Court, in his Court room,
in Wailuku, County of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, on Moadify, the 7th day of
November, A. D. 19:0, at the hour of ten
o'clock in the foreuoon of said day, or as
soon thereafter as counsel can be heard.
WITNESS my hand and the Seal of
the Circuit Court of the Second Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, this 25th day of
August, A. D. 1910.
(Seal.) (Sgn.) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of the 2nd Circuit Court, T. H.
Aug. 27, Sept 3, 10, 17, 24 aud Oct. 1,
Uime Uable3Cahului Slatroad Co.
The following schedule will go into effect July let, 1909.
Pass. Pass. Pass. Pass. & Frt. Freight Freight
Kahului Rallroad Co.
AGENTS FOR ,
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD.;
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD., Line of. Sailing Vessels betweeo
San Francisco arid Hawaiian Porto;
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO. '
W. C. Peacock & Co.
HONOLULU AND H1LO
Wc Guarantee the Purity
of Our Good..
aloha Lodge no. 8 knights
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, oa the "
second and fourth Saturdays of each ,?:
All visiting members are cordially in- '
vited to attend. :.
L. M. BALDWIN, C. C.
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OF R. & S.
RING UP MARUONO
When you want to ride in
the best automobile on Maui.
Careful driving and reason
able rates. No longer con
nected with Wailuku ' Auto
. , Co. ... .......
LODGE MAC I, No.884,A.F.&A Mi
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, oa tb first
Saturday night of each month at 7,30
Visiting brethren are cordially iu. ,
vited to attend
J. N. S. WILLIAMS R. W. M.
t. f. Secretary.
For fresh Mutton send your orders to
the Maui Meat Market. We carry this
meat at all times. Send in your orders
at least twelve hours ahead lu order to
give us time to vet the meat out &
MAUI MEAT MARKET