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he Maui Nfews SATukLVAY," n'oveHiber 5, mo
He Wouldn't Repeat.
When Harry Lauder went to Lon
don, for the first time the stage reputa-'
Ion he had made in the provinces had
not made much of an. Impression on
the metropolis. With a shrewd. sense
of the vnue of striking effects, Lauder
decided he would arouse the London
ers to his pecul
iar merits in a
From some bone
yard or other he
procured the most
imen of Tiorseflesb
he could find. On
this he planned to
make hla first'
I TFisWT stnee entrance.
-rVT- Tne old norBe
l!Tn . WB8 tractable
der astride awalt-
. bobbed his achiro iug his turn In
back. v the wings, but
when the little fellow- urged him for
ward for the grand entrance there was
a balk, a buck, and Harry was lnglo
rlously shot to the front of the stage
over the horse's bead, the animal peer
ing after htm with what might be
termed an amused expresslyi. Lou
der slowly and painfully rose to his
feet, while the gallery applauded and
stamped and cried lustily: .
. "Do it Hguiu, 'Arry;do It again!"
Lauder rubbed his aching back, felt
cautiously of bis bones, looked back
' at the horse, and, turning to the audi
ence, he said:
"Like I will!" -
.'. And he didn't, but thereafter his
popularity was assured. Judge.
; The Face of Life. ' i
Ufa 'cried to Youth: "I bear the cryptic
I rant you two desires, but only two
What gifts nava 1 to crown and comfort
,' vrouth answered: "I am blind, and I would
Open, my eyes and let me look on thee."
, 'Twai done. He saw the face or lite and
, , then
Cried brokenly, "Now make me blind
A Supplementary Statement.
An aspiring pugillMt. weui on for a
preliminary bout at oue of the athletic
clubs riot long ugo. As he pulled on
his gloves he beckoned the referee over
and asked him to
'mat e .,. an an- '
"Kid Biuks Ue-'
sires uie to suy."
he shouted, "that
this is bis Urst
appearance in any
The pair of
for a moment,
and then Kid
slipped one over, the
Kid Binks fell so
hard that be fairly splashed. .The ref
eree began to count him out.' but the
Intelligent Mr. Binks looked up nd
whispered .something to him. The
obliging referee turned and addressed
the audience. t ;'Mr, Binks." said he,
'"wishes me to supplement bis state
ment of a moment ago. This Is also
bis last appearance In any ring." Cin
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I III SfllRMt
... What tha Books Cost Him.
When Colonel Robert G'. iBgersoll
. - -was living in Peoria he was called
upon one day by General John A. Lo
gan..' The colonel was upstairs, at the
; , time, and General Logan was ushered
- Into the library, where on a table were
' three volumes of Voltaire's works, an
. edition de luxe representing all that
was best In the bookbinder's art. Gen
eral Logan picked them up one at a
; time, absorbed In bis admiration of
their beauties. While so engaged
, Colonel Ingersoll entered the room.
"Colonel." said the general, holding
one of the volumes In his hands, "this
t is the most maguiflcent volume 1 have
ever seen. I do not want to seem lm
1 pertinent, but would you mind telling
me what these books cost you?" -"Those
books." began the colonel, the
', twinkle in his eye growing brighter at
each word, "cost me the governorship
of Illinois. "
Hia Low Voice.
; The late Justice Brewer was presid
f, lug years ago over a civil case In
't which one of the Important witnesses
, .; was a horse' doctor' named Williams.
The doctor was a small man with a
weak little voice, and the counsel on
both sides, 8 well us the court and
Jury, bad great difficulty In bearing his
testimony. " .
During cross examination the couo
'"' sel for the plaintiff became eiasperat
( ed and began to prod and harry the
, . little man. '
"Dr. Williams." he shouted. "If we
are ever going to 'get anywhere with
this case you must speak up so the
court will hear you. Speak up loud
' and strong, sir!"
, ... The small sized veterinary tried, but
it was evidently no use.- Whether
. '- from embarrassment or Inability the
sound would not come.
"Well, your houor"-. began the
counsel Indignantly, when Judge Brew
er stopped bl to with a gesture. Lean-
K , lug over the bench be suld In bis
; kindly tone:
' - -Mr. Attorney, you must be patient
with the, doctor. He cunuot help it.
''' ''Tears spent In the "sick room have
apparently made speaking low a sec
ond nature with Mm." Green Bag.
WOMEN OF FAME
IN VARIOUS LINES
Mrs. Joan Cuneo, Queen of the
Motorcar Miss Brigham Is an
Expert at Making Furniture
From Packing Boxes A Fam
ily of Girl Swimmers.
MRS. JOAN NEWTON CTJNEO
of New Tork is the foremost
woman to achieve success
; by running a motorcar. She
has driven fifty miles in fifty-two min
utes on a circular track, she has raced
three days In succession ago4nst n
group of the fastest drivers, beating
most of them, and she has covered as
much as 200 miles In one day in an en
durance contest lasting two weeks.
"To my tuind naturally," Mrs. Cuneo
recently said, "motoring is one of the
most desirable If not the most desira
ble ' of sports for women. ', But they
must go at It In the right way. Too
many wish to start as drivers with a
bijrh power car. The thing to do la to
begin with a small car."
L Furniture From Paeklng Boxaa.
Furnishing the flat Is an expensive
pro)osition unless one: is a genius at
contriving like Miss Brigham. She
makes artistic tables, chairs and desks
' MISS BlllQHAM.
out of packing boxes and stains tliem
to match the wails of the. different
rooms in which they are placed,
Hiss Brigham . has written a book
on tb3, subject and bas proved that the
common packing box is the ground
work for all sorts of beautiful and ar
A Family of Swimmers.
The Due sisters of Bav ' Ridee.
Rrooklvn. distinguish themselves ev
ery summer by their fancy and long
distance Bwimmlng. Vera Due, the
sixteen-year-old member of the family,
rnrcr.tiv won the victory In a six mile
race over Beatrice Due, aged eight
een, and Ethel Due, thirteen. The six
miles were accomplished In one hour
and twenty minutes. The girls are
experts at all the fancy tuves, mciua-
Inc the front dive, salmon, soldier,
dolphin and swan dives.
There is a Bix-year-old sister, little
Marie Due, who recently gave an ex
hibition of how children may learn w
float by the use of water wings.
To Make " Tenby Cream." '
' Put into a sauceuan a Dint of milk.
half a pound of loaf sugar, the grated
riniis of three lemons and one ounce of
gelatin previously soaked In a little
water. Dissolve all these ingredients
over the fire, then let the mixture cool
for a short time and stir In the yolks
of three eggs which are not beaten
and plure it on the fire to curdle. Aft
erward strain and when cool add the
Juice of the three lemons and the
whites ef the three eggs beaten to a
stiff froth. Stir all quickly together
and pour into a wet mold. When
turned out the effect of this sweet is
very pretty. The bottom half will be
of the consistency and color of a lem
on jelly, and the top half will be a
white spongy cream.
She "Mothers" the Bad Boys.
What Judge Lindsey bus been to the
small boy of Denver Mrs. Elizabeth
Jones-Buird is. to the children ef Des
Moines. She is a sort of universal
mother to all the young people of the
eommui'ky and bas a skeptical fond
ness for a "bad" boy. Whenever any
of them' are In trouble they go to see
lfnx r aaa.
Ilcaha Koa Kulana -
, Va tilti Aii keia '!ninati'iaihutf ofl
ke kokoke aim' inai o ka la koh'o
balota, nolaila poho knkon e hoo
tnaoopo i ke kohukohu o ke kii
lana inoa Repubnlika ;;me koha
atio. Kia tia nioho i true pono if
e ka" Akaelele ke koi mai nel i ka
halota o na ' Repubalika,1 a he kci
kifpouo ia, a ina able on niakejiiriko
liaawi aku i ka balota", no kou ma.-'
tlao e koho i kekahi moho mawahu
aku o lakoti, e ninau iho oe i kou
luuaiuanao, he hana potio atiei ia?
Pololei anei ka hookohukohu ana
i ka inoa Repubalika ina aole ou
makeinake e koho i Tea balota Re
pubalika? , ,
Ua aoia kakou ma na Home me
tia halekula, iloko o na lnakiui a
innia o ua aha katiawai he tnea he-
va ka hoike wahahoe. Ina ptla
ua pono anei ka wahahee iloko o
na hana kalaiaina? O ka hewa he
hewa ia ma na wahi opau, ' a he,
kite ka pololei i ka hewa. O ke
kanaka xno hooko pololei oia i
kaua olelo, o ke kanaka hewa he
lauwili kona njau aoao.
Manilla aku nei ua lawe ae o J.
Kahookele ma he olelo hooholo
imua o ke Kalabu Repubalika o
Wailuku e koi ana e kapaeia na
Repubalika hoopunipuni'mai loko
aku o ke kalabu, a no ka lawa ole
o ua kunm e nookanua at i ka
hana ua waihoia ka olelo hooholo
ma ka papa, aka, ina u'uku ka ba
lota loaa i na moho. Repubalika a
haule hope ,ke kulana ame kona
heluna elele wae moho ma keia
kau koho balota, e lilo aha ia i
kumu koi aku i ke kalabu e hapai
liou ae i keia kumuhana a hooko
aku i ka manao o ua olelo hooholo
ala. " ' i s ;
Nolaila, e ala e na Repubalika a
hoike i ka oiaio ma ke koho polo-
let ana l ka balota Repubalika, . i
ole ai e waia ka inoa, nokamea.
ina aole kakou e koho pololei i ka
l ka paa balota Repubalika e kapa
ia ana; kakou he Repubalika , hoo
punipuni. . ' ' '
Ua maopopo no he nui na heluna
balota Repubalika ma Wailuku. nei
a ma na niahele koho e ae no apau,
aka ina hpokekee ana kekali poe
alaila e haule hope ana keia kulana
kiekie l loaa i ke Kalabu Repuba
lika o Wailuku ma ke kau koho i
hala a hooemfia kona heluna
elele wae moho o keia mua aku
a lilo liou na ko waho Repubalika'
e tula mai o Wailuku,. O ka mea
t makemakeia o ka pn liou ae o ke
kulana aole o ka hoi hope.
Eia no keia ninau iloko o ka
lima o na tihane ola he 250 a oi
aku i lawe i ka olelo hoohiki Re
pubalika uia ke kakauinoa ana
iloko o ka buke inoa o ke Kalabu
Repubalika o Wailuku a o ke Akua
ke ike i ka poe o oukou e kulike
ana ka liana me ka olelo, a ma ka
oukou e hana ai e ikeia ai ka polo
lei o ko bukou" .Repubalika . aha
ame ka wahahee' ana pahalniua o
ke kalabu ame Iehova ke Akua.
Nolaila, e kapae na manao pili
kanaka apau, a e koho' pololei i ka
balota Repubalika. -
Ua Wahahee a Kuelo.
Ua haawi hele aku o . W. J.
Coelho i kekahi apana pepa i kapa
ia H'He ManaO Uwalo i na' Nfaka
aiuana o na Honoapiilani," e helu
na pa ana i kekahi mau' mea i hana-
ia ana i : olelo iho ai nana t kana
ma na Kau Ahaolelo o 1907 ame
Ua olelo' ae oia nana pouoi i6 i
haku a hookomo iloko o ka Aha
olelo o 1907 he iwakalua kumakahi
bila a he kanaha bila i ka 1909. -
O ka hapanui o na Bila ana i
hookomo ai iloko o ka Hale Kau
Kanawai ana e olelo nei nana ponoi
no i haku, he mau Bila Kanawai
no ia i hakuia a aponoia e na Re
pubahka o Maui ame Honolulu, :
ua haawiia e ke Koraite Hooko o
ka Aoao Repubalika 1 na hoa o ka
Ahaolelo e hookomo aku. :
He wahahee a he apuka na olelo
a Coelho e olelo ana oia ka mea
nana i haku ua mau Bila ala, noka
mea, i loaa aku iaia mai na lima
aku o ke Komite Hooko no ka
hookomo aku iloko o ka Ahaolelo
O keia mau Bila apau iliooholoia
e ka Ahaolelo ua hooholo ' nitia ia
no e ka Aoao Repubalika.
O ka oiaio maoli na ka Aoao
Repubalika i Hooholo iho e hoo
komo aku i keia' mau bila i oleloia
a ua koiia aku o Coelho hookomo
aku i kekahi o lakou, a na na hoa
Ahaolelo Repubalika i kakoo aku
a hooholo i ua mau Bila ala a lilo
lakou i kanawai, aole ua ko Kudo
mana koho hookahi wale' iho no i
oolilo ia lakou i kanawai.
iUats, Rugs, Bedroom Sets,
Bureauo, Ghaiis, tc. etc.
sMalii Dry Goods & Grocery Co., Ltd.
LET US LOAN YOU A
B OI L E R t U BE C LE ANER
' f or a tkorbugh'trial In ene boiler.
If we can't prove tluit 'you do have scale in spite of what you
may lie doing to combat it, and if wc can't prove that the DEAN i
removes scale more thoroughly, with greater ea?e, in less time," at
a smaller cost than any other devictt ou the market, you may lx -it
up and return it at our expense.
Wrtbiyiu lron Works Co. '
Uime Uable 3(ahului Slailroad Co.
The following schedule will
j , ,
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD.;
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD..: Line of Sailing Vessels between
San Francis' and Hawaiian Pirts;
AMJ21UCAN-UAWAIIAN STEAJdSUIP CO.
I. . , ....
A r ' r f 4
go into effoct July 1st, 1909.
a . tr
: - ; t;V.:- '
ou Kequire :
The new wharf recently built by tfce
Kahului Railroad Company for the ac
commodation of the Inter-Islaud traffic
will be ftut nU regular commission on
November 1st' 1910.
Steamship freight" for Lahaina and
Honolulu will be received at. the wharf
at Kahului until 2 o'olock P. M. on
Tuesdays. Freight for Nahiku, Keanae,
Huiii and Ililo will be received at the
wharf up to 4 o'clock Friday evenings,
and fur l'ukoo, Kaunakakai and Hono
lulu umil 2 o'clock P. M. on Saturdays.
Deliveries of Inward freight toconsign
ees will be made as soon as practicable
after the suuie has been assorted.
Passenger trains will be leaving the
wharf to all points immediately after the
lauding of passengers, aad mail from the
"CLAl'DINE" on Saturday ' mornings.
Wharfage charges ou General Merchan
dise 30 cts. per ton. Minimum charge
for single pieces 10 cts.
Livery hacks, and automobiles will not
be allowed on the wharf, bat must be
lined up on, the public road near the
LODGE MAUI, No. 884, A. P. fr A. M
Slated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday nijjht of each month at 7.30
. Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS R. W. M.
Carriage and Automobile
Corner Market and Muin St.. Wailuku
ct 9. .
ALOHA LODGE NO. S KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Kniehttof Pvthias Hall. WailnVn
second and fourth Saturdays of each,
All visiting members are cordially In
vited to attend. ,
- L. M. liAi.nwiv r r
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OFR.&K
CI.RA.N Racs Waxteu ffie
pay one cent a bound lor yl"