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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1910
THE MALn NEWS
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SATURDAY, . ' . SEPTEMBER 17, 1910
The President tond the Man. .
WHEN tb "old guard' ' Republicannof New -York State thought
tliey hadWnshed Roosevelt, and effectively created a split be
. tween Jm and President Taft, they were playing with fire.
Barnes and Woodruff, and their heelers, simply played one of the old
fashioned trkks of winks and nods that have so often won for them in the
paat, against other ordinary politicians of their own size. But the trick
in this case has reacted upon themselves in a crushing manner. They
never took into consideration the fact that both Roosevelt and Taft are
too big to let a few ward politicians croate a rious breech between them.
The straightforward letter from the Chief Executive himself, efiectmilly
strips the veil of deceit and viciousness from the bosses, and they stand
forth revealed in all their ugliness, and discredited before their cousti
Mr. Roosevelt no longer bearing the weight and responsibility of office
upon his shoulders, has been touring the country, fighting as only he
can fight for the doctrine of honesty and uprightness in high places
This is the same doctrine he has fought for ever since he began his pub
lic life Vi the New York Assembly. To a man less strenuous, and less
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roousi oi win ana cnaracicr, mis ngni wouiu nave proven a loosing one
Not so with Roosevelt. He meets every issue fairly and squarely. No
dodging, no hedging, no subterfuge, but plain straightforward sledge
hammer blows, delivered with all the power of an honest man hi an
honest cause. Roosevelt is preaching and living the doctrine of - true
President Taft is fighting the same fight in his own way, and while
not after the manner of the strenuous Roosevelt, is little less effective.
The New York Sun pictures President Taft as follows:
As the American people see William II. Taft striving manfully .and
wearily in the face of malicious misrepresentations, of howling self
' seekers cloaking their ambitions under specious public pretence,of selfish
factions and of Joab friendsiiips, as the American people see Mr. Taft so
striving and so beleagured, we are mistaken greatly if they do not judge
fairly and honor as he deserves the able, upright, modest, patient, just
man and statesman, whose one fault or misfortune is that he has no
genius for crooked words or work, and no object but to do his duty com
petently, without flourish, swagger or intrigue.
Republicans have always had men of large capacity to lead them, men
to whom the rank and file of the party could look with pride; but where
in history have we had two statesmen with such profound ability for
doing the right thing at the right time as have Roosevelt and Taft. They
are , bot,h credited, even by their enemies, with ability, and scrupulous
honesty of purpose, and we repeat again that the only hope under the
sun the Democrats can have of winning, will bo where Republicans bury
party loyalty under the weight of their own personal avarice.
Even the grafters seem to have infected with the anti-graft Crusade
According to the despatches Mayor McCarthy of San Francisco, who
bears the reputation of making Rues look like a dirty deuce when it
comes to grafting, has read a lecture to his police Commissioners order
ing them to drive out the grafters. Evidently there is pressure being
brought to bear somewhere, as this latest is really ludicruous coming from
McCarthy. " .
Any man as well acquainted with the labor conditions in this Territory
as is Link McCandless who will stand up and say he is against theirami
gration oi labor to develop uie lerruory is not a democrat. They can
smooth it over, hedge and squirm around comers all they like, but still
they must come face to face with the plain truth ; they are Obstructionists
me rromotion uominiiiee coum wen anoru to pay a little more
attention to the other islands once in a while. One would think that
Oahu was the whole show for tourists, when, as a matter of fact;, they
have less to show from a scenic standpoint over there, than can be seen
on any of the other islands.
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The men nominated for office by the Republicans of Oahu, are much
stronger than those nominated for the same offices last year. The only
one who will be really missed is Dan Logan on the Board of Supervisors.
Wonder who will sit on the lid and keep the County's gold from being
wasted when Dan gets off? ,
There Is Nothing Better Than the Best
Take our tip, and try this machine, when
spending money on typewriters.
' KAHULUI STORE
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES.
Maui will have a chance to show Honoluluites how up to date she
really is when they run that excursion over here next month. Everyone
should le ready to give them a rousing reception.
The Wailuku Improvement Club should get busy and have a regular
old fashioned house cleaning, before the Honolulu excursionists arrive.
. The Hillside Graves.
H. M. AYRES.
POOR little graves on the hillside,
Hidden away in the sand,
Where the gray paninis cluster
' And the gaunt kiawes stand; ,
Do the bones in your depths rest easy
As under the churchyard sod? ,
Do they stir to the far sea's roaring
Or the bell of the house of God?
By day one sees but dead flowers
And tinsel and trumpery gauds,
Which the love of the ones who are living
For those who have gonealfords;
But by night, when the moonflowers blossom,
And the cane-leaves lisp to the breeze,
And the stars peep over the hill-crest.
Where are prettier graves than these?
FOR DELEGATES, SENATORS AND
A general efeption for Delegate to
Congress and for Senators and Represen
tatives to the Territorial Legislature be
ing required by law o be held on
Tuesday, November 8, 19 10: ,
Attention is called to Sections 31,132
and 69, and paragraphs 8 and 9 of Sec
tion 108, of the Revised Laws, and to
Section 85 of the Organic Act, as amend
ed by Act of June 38, 1906, 'Chapter 358a,
34 Statutes at Large, .550; and more par
ticularly to the following provision of
Section 31 of the Revised Laws, viz:
"NO PERSON SHALL BE PERMIT
TED TO STAND AS A CANDIDATE
FOR ELECTION TO THE LEGISLA
TURE UNLESS HE SHALL RENOMI
NATED AND SO REQUESTED IN
WRITING. SIGNED BY NOT LESS
THAN TWENTY-FIVE DULY QUALI
FIED ELECTORS OF THE DISTRICT
IN "WHICH AN ELECTION IS OR
DERED AND IN WHICH HE IS RE
QUESTED TO BE A CANDIDATE.
SUCH NOMINATION SHALL, EX
CEPT AS HEREINAFTER PROVID
ED, BE DEPOSITED. WITH THE
SECRETARY OF THE- TERRITORY
NOT LESS THAN THIRTY DAYS BE
FORE THE DAY OF A GENKRAL
ELECTION.. EXCEPT ON THE
ISLAND OF OAHU, WHERE SUCH
NOMINATION SHALL BE DEPOSIT
ED NOT LESS THAN TEN DAYS BE
FORE THE DAY OF ANY ELEC
The uame or names of the candidate
or candidates will be printed with the
Hawaiian or English equivalent, if such
there be. M the can lidate shall so re
quest me in writing at the time his
nomination is filed.
EACH NOMINATION MUST BE AC
COMPANIED BY A DEPOSIT OF
Nominations must be deposited with
me before twelve o'clock midnight, on
October 9, 1910, except on the Island of
Oahu, where such nominations must be
deposited with me before twelve o'clock
midnight on October 29, 19 10.
NOMINATION FEES MUST BE
PAID IN CASH OR BY POSTOFFICE
MONEY ORDER MADE PAYABLE
E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Honolulu, T. H., 1910.
Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1.
AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING THE
PASTUREING, GRAZING OR FEED
ING OF ANY ANIMAL OR ANIMALS
UPON ANY PUBLIC SCHOOL LOT,
SQUARE OR PARK WITHIN THE
COUNTY OF MAUI. AND PROVID
ING A PENALTY FOR THE VIOLA
TION THEREOF. .V
NOMINATIONS FOR DELEGATE.
Nominations of Delegate for election
to the House of Representatives of the
United States, 6ji1 Congress, conform
ing ia all respects to requirements of
law,, will be received by me not later
than 12 o'clock midnight of October 9,
E. A. MOTT SM.ITH,
' Secretary of Hawaii.
Sept. 17, 24. Oct. I.
Be it Ordained by the Board of Super
visors within, and for the County of
Section 1. It shall hereafter be -unlawful
for any person to pasture, graze
or feed any horfce, mule, ass, swine, goat,
sheep or other animal of which he is the
owner, or in whose possession and con
trol the same may be, upon' any public
school lot, square or park within the
County of Maui.
Section 2. Any person who shall vio
late any of the provisions of Section 1 of
this Ordinance shall, upon conviction
thereof, be fined in a sup not less than
f5 nor more than Ji 5, together with costs
of Court; and, in the event of default of
payment of such fine and costs shall be
imprisoned until the satire shall have
been discharged fey operation the
general laws applicable to such cases.
Section 3. This ordinance shall take
effect from and after its publication once
a .week for the period of two consecutive
weeks in a newspaper of general circula
tion published in the County . of Maui,
and the posting of a true copy thereof
upon a bulletin board in front of or near
the rooms occupied by the Board of
I hereby certify that the foregoing Or
dinance upon consideration had and vote
taken, was passed by the Board of Super
visors of Maui County on the 8th day of
September, 1910, at their regular month
ly meeting held in Wailuku, Maui.
. (Sgn.) Wm. FRED KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
Sept.jJ, 24, Oct. 1.
Resolution No. I3T3.
Jime Jable-JCahului Slailroad Co.
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1909.
Presented by George Kaui, Supervisor.
Be It Resolved by the Board of Super
visors of the County of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, that the Rules and Regula
tions of the Wailuku-Kahului Water
Works as read before the Board of Super
visors in and for the County of Maui, on
the 9th day of September, 1910, b and
the same are hereby adopted and ap
proved by this Board to take effect on the
1st day of October, 19 10.
Provided, however, that all subscribers
of the 'Wailuku-Kahului Water Works
whose meters have not been installed
prior to October 1st, 1910, shall pay the
same water rate as has been heretofore
assessed against them from time to time
until these meters shall have been in
stalled. All resolutions, rules and regulations
appertaining to the Wailuku-Kahului
Water Works in conflict with this reso
lution are hereby repealed.
Seconded by Theo. T. Meyer, Supervisor.
(Signed) Wm. Fred. KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Sepervisors for
the County of Maui.
Sept. 14. 24, Oct 1.
CLASS Pass. Pass.
STATIONS - No. 1 No. 2
' A. M. A. M.
Kahului Lv. 6 15 7 50
Puunene Ar. 6 25 8 00
Puunerie Lv. 6 30 8 10
Kahului Ar. 6 40 8 20
Kahului Lv. 6 50
Wailuku Ar. 7 02
Wailuku L,v. 7 10
Kahului Ar. 7 22 f 0
Kaliului . Lv. 7 25
Spreekelsville Lv. 7 37 3
Paia , Ar. 7 50 g.
Paia Lv. 8 00 5'
Spreekelsville Lv. 8 15
Kahului . Ar. 8 27 -
Kahului " Lv. 8 30 &
Wailuku Ar. 8 45 S-
Wailuku Lv. 9 00 .
Kahului Ar. 9 15 L
Kahului Lv c
Spreekelsville Lv H
Paia Ar c.
Paia Lv s
Kahului 1 Ar
Kahului Railroad Co.
v AGENTS FOR
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD.;
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD., Line of Sailing Vessels between
San Francisco and Hawaiian Ports;
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.
W. ,C. Peacock &Co
HONOLULU AND H1LO
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of Our Good.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
RING UP MARUONO
When you want to ride in
, the best automobile on Maui.
Careful driving and reason
able rates. No longer con
, " .neeted with Wailuku Auto
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall."WailukB, on 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.
LODGE MAUI, jSo. 984, A. F. & A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend. .
J. N. S. WILLIAMS R W M
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 in order to
give us time to vet the meat out f .m
MAUI MEAT MARKET,