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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1910
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, Itawaii, seoond-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday.
Maul Publishing Company, Limited.
Proprlalara and PiiHllaharv
Subsciption Ratbs, is Advance $2.00 per Year, fl.25 Six Months
THE TYPEWRITER WITH CLASS
Chaa( C. Clark ... Bdltorand Managar
SATURDAY. . . . OCTOBER 8, 1910
Republicans In Name Only.
EVERY man whose name is signed to the Republican Precinct Club
Rolls in the different Precincts of this County, swore as solemnly
as though he took the oath in a court of law, that he was a
Republican. He swore that he would abide by and uphold the princi
ples of Republicanism. When the Republican convention choose the
men who they considered most fitted to fill the offices for which they
were candidates, some of the disgruntled ones went alxiut threatening
all sorts of dire happenings. These men are now showing themselves
in their true colors.
Judge Kepoikai, to whom this paper pledged its support had he
secured the nomination in the Convention, announced his candidacy
for County Attorney from the Democratic stump in Wailuku Saturday
Noa Aluli, who was flirting with the ' Republican Convention, in an-
ticination of a nomination fur the
Rule Precinct Roll, and is now a
defeat the very principles which yesterday ho pledged himself to uphold.
Weeping Bill Coelho has refused to abide by the will of the people,
but has claimed a perpetual job in the Territorial Senate as his right.
These men, all of them, bound themselves to abide by the will of the
majority when they declared themselves Republicans. They submitted
themselves to the will of the Republicans of the County. They bound
themselves in honor and common decency to abide by the decision of the
Party, and as a partisan to lend their
-of that decision.
Unhappily, evasion of that pledge is net a crime against law. There
is no provision against such political outcasts devoid of every sense of
partisan decency. Naturally, such men as Kepoikai and Coelho, would
not only accept, but invite endorsement from the Democratic party,
whose slate has not yet been filled. It would simply be another brazen
confession on their part of political prostitution and dirty politics. They
wear a Republican label, when
Republican party refuses to endorse
them, the thia veneer of party loyalty
hands of anyone who will receive them.
The Republican nominees from Kuhio down to County Supervisor were
chosen by the body of the Republican party. No boss dictated their
selection. They were-chosen by th people, and when elected they will
have no taskmaster but the people. The defeated Republican who
accepts the nomination of a party, whose principles he has sworn to op
pose, and the defeated candidate who proposes independent nomination
for the' sole purpose of avenging his own hurts at the expense of the
party, is disloyal to party, country, home and self; and he is not
worthy to be chosen to represent anyone in any capacity, but merits the
scorn of all self respecting men.
It looks as though Link has a pretty tight hold on the purse strings
this time. Wonder tuw many hints he had to let go while on his tour
of Hawaii and Maui? f
"People who live in glass houses should not throw stones." The Ad
vertiser accuses the Maui News of using news matter from its columns
without giving due credit. We do not agree with the Advertiser on this
point, though, if at any time we have everlooked this courtesy, we
apologize. We hope, however, the Advertiser will practice what it
While it was understood that politics was tabu at the reception to
Col. Bullard, the oolonel himself unwittingly drove a nail in the political
coffin of McCandless when he said it was his opinion that the Hawaiian
Islands could he better represented at Washington by a Hawaiian than
by a haole.
The "Bystander," he 4of the caustic pen, and the humorous ken,
should apply for a position as supervising principal, to the ''rural
editors" and see that they do not drop any comas, and insert all adjec
tives in their proper places, in order that their productions shall be
pleasing to the higher educational standards of the morning edition of
Puck which is published in Honolulu.
YOU needn't be rich to be good.
You needn't be great to be kind.
Big things you would do if you could,
But skirk not the 6mall ones you find.
Waste never a chance to be sweet
By dreaming of what you would do
If fortune should fall at your feet.
Be kind with what's given to you.
For it's not in the substance you give
Or the size of the gift you bestow;
The poorest and humblest may live
The kindliest lives here below.
Sweet charity's born of the heart
And not of the purse full of gold.
The point is: Do you do your part
. With what has been given you to hold?
Don't say that if riches you had
You'd make many happy today.
Right now you can make people glad
If only you'll see it that way.
Be kind to the ones that you meet.
Be gentle, considerate and true.
Do the most in the home or the street
With what has been given to you.
Legislature, has siened the Home
full fleJged Home Ruler, working to
every endeavor to the enforcement
that label means a job. When the
them, after it has been betrayed by
disappears and they pas into the
It is really a pity that Champion
Lamed Gould not have led tho Amer
ican tennis experts to Australia in
an effort to wrest the championship
of the world from the Australians.
A number of years ago when the
Dogherty brothers invaded America
and went through the American
players without loosing a match,
Larned stood them off successfully.
It really looks foolish to send men
like McLoughlin and Bundy, who
have not been playing together as a
team to Australia expecting them to
win from the Australian team who
have been playing doubles foryearsi
Individually both McLoughlin and
Bundy are Stirling players, but it
does not follow that they would be
even second raters as a team.
Ever since the fiasco at Reno, the
boxing game has been dead all over
the country. It is really a good
thing for the game that it is dead
1 hings were coming too fast just
previous to the slaughter of the white
man's "hope. Boxing, when con
ducted properly, is a clean, healthy,
upuiuug sport, dui ine trouoie is
so many demoralizing influences
are brought to bear on those con
uected with tho sport, that the
whole becomes contaminated. What
the boxing game needs is a few more
clean living boxers, and fewer bum
managers, who hang like leeches to
anyone who shows an aptitude for
the game. . There is a lot of talk at
the present time about matching
this man and that with the present
Champion but there is not a man in
tho game today who would have a
look in with the tar baby.
A man who was seriously injured
with giant powder a few days ago,
is at the plantation hospital.
Aupuni Hayselden came ashore to
see several of his old friends on his
way to Hawaii Tuesday. He has
a mouth's vacation.
By the request of Rev. T. Wad-
man, Y. Yamaka went to Honolulu
to attend services held by the
Japanese Methodist Bishop. I
no Got Square.
It is questionable if there is a
Nothing Better Than
Take our tip, and try this machine, when
spending money on typewriters.
better-' known character connected
with baseball than Napolean Lajoie
of the : Cleveland team. Fans all
over the circuit like to see Lajoie
play. ' He is a big drawing card.
A number . of years ago, while a
member of the Philadelphia Na
tionals, he asked a couple of friends
to see a game in New York. At
the pass gate he was informed that
Andy Freedman had issued an or
der that no player had a riirht to
bring in any friends. Larry argued,
but in vain. The only thing he
could do was to purchase regular
tickets. All this happened in the
days before: the inauguration of
the foul strike rule. Theyery first
time at bat Larry fouled fourteen
balls over the fence. Mr. Freed
man got $1.50 of his money at the
gate, but Larry burned up about
$20 of Mr. Freedman's money in
fouling balls over the fence that
Reception to Col. Ballard.
The officers of Company I acted
as hosts to Col. Bullard when he
was on Maui last week. They
showed the Colonel some of the
beauty spots around Wailuku Sa
turday morning, and then gave a
luau in his honor at noon. The
feast was spread at the home of T.
B. Lyons, and a number of the
leading residents of Wailuku joined
the military in welcoming the
visitor to our island.
In a few well chosen words Mr.
Hugh Howell formally welcomed
the Colonol,' who responded in his
own inimitable style. Col. Bullard
says it is not the business of a sol
dier to talk but if he means that va
good soldier cannot talk, then he
must be a poor soldier, because he
is a wonderfully interesting talker.
The Colonel was especially pleased
with our roads, but it was lucky he
was not taken to Pah, else he
might not have been so enthusiastic
about the roads. The subject near
est his heart, however, is the Boy
Scouts, and he has left a trail of
boy scouts all over the islands.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT TERRITORY OF
In Probate At Chambers, No. 1621.
In the matter of the Estate of KAIMI
OLA NAKOOKOO GRAY, deceased.
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Accounts, Determining Trust
and Distributing the Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of James A. Thompson,
Administrator of the Estate of Kairaiola
Nakookoo Gray, Deceased, wherein peti
tioner asks to be allowed $48.00 and
charged with $ 523.23, and asks that the
same be examined and approved, and
that a final order' be made of Distribution
of the remaining property to the persons
thereto entitled and discharging peti
tioner and sureties from all further
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 14U1
day of November, A. D. 1910, at 10
o'clock A. M. before the Judge presiding
at Chambers of said Court at his Court
Room in Wailuku, Island and County of
Maui, bej and the same hereby is ap
pointed the time and plaee for hearing
said Petition and Accounts, and that all
persons interested may the and there
appear and show cause, if any they have,
why the same should not be granted,
and may present evidence as to who are
entitled to the said property. And that
notice of this Order, be published in the
MAUI News, a weekly newspaper orint
ed and published in said Wailuku, for
three successive weeks, the last publics
tion to be not less than two weeks
previous to the time therein appointed
tor said bearing.
' Dated the 5th day of October, ioi.
(Sgu.) S. B. KINGSBURY.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
second Circnit. 1
(Sgn.) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Oct. 8, 15, 82, 29. '
CARD OP THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. William Walsh desire to
express their heartfelt gratitude to the
many friends whose offers of sympathy
and assistance served to lighten their
burden of sorrow following the death of
their beloved son.
Tho Maui News gives you
just as much foreign news as
any of the Honolulu papers.
It is your own paper, and you
get everything of interest, on
Notice to Candidate for Election
to County Offices.
Notice is hereby given that, whereas it
is required bylaw that candidates lor
election to Connty offices for and within,
the County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
shall deposit their nominations with the ,
County Clark not lest than twenty day
before the day of election, tt shall be
necessary that such nominations be filed
in this office not later than ia:oo o'clock
midnight of Tuesday, October 18, 1910.
Within the County of Maui the follow
ing county officers are to be elected:
Supervisor for the District of Wailuku, '
Supervisor for the District of Makawao, ' '
Supervisor for the District of Lahaina, ,
Supervisor for the District of H.n.
Supervisor for the District of Molokai,
County Clerk, ,.
County Treasurer. '
Nominations for each county officer
must be accompanied by a deposit of
$25.00 and be signed by not less than
twenty-five duly qualified electors of the
County of Maui. .'
NOMINATION FEES MUST BE
PAID IN CASH OR BY POST OFFICE '
MONEY ORDER MADE PAYABLE TO
THE COUNTY CLERK.
Should any candidate desire that his
name be printed on a ballot In the Ha
waiian as well as in the English lan
guage, he must make a special request in
writing to that effect at the time of filing
W. F. KAAE.
County Clerk, County of Maui.
Oct. 1,8, 15.
Notice to H omevtcadera.
Petition for the ooeninz of th r..,.
ment lands must be made on blanks is-
sued bv the Cammiulnn.'. V.I r..t.i:
Lands, copies of which tnav t nK.:nuj
in person cr will be mailed on request, at
u otnee 01 tne Sub-Agents or at the of
fice of the Commissioner of Public lands
Honolulu. , 1,
Dated t Honolulu, August 10, 1910.
Commissioner of Puhli r
Aug. ao, to Oct. 8.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 8 KNIGHTS
Refirular tnttiticr ain l.u
$to 'P?thia8 Hall, Wailuku, oa the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
vited to attend. ''0rU,a"y W"
L. M. BALDWIN, C. C
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OFR. & S.
Cr, ran Rags W a nth 0- The News will
pay one cent a pound for clean rags of