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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 15. 1911
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PA says that youngsters nowadays
Ain't oothin' like they me to be.
They have nich wild, rambunctioiM wits I
They think of nothin' but to rain
A racket all the time," says he.
An' 'en he tell, ui how they done
When him an' Uncle Joe was Doya
An' ay they had more simple fun
An' didn't madden every one
By makia such an awful
HE nyt that Independence day
Hat growed to be a dretful bora,
With all it, lilly whoop-hooray.
An' vow, that if he had hi, way
The' wouldn't be no Fourth no mora.
To hear him talk you'd think that ho
An' Uncle Joe, when they wa boys
About the size o Rob an me,
Wat jett a careful at could be
To never make bit
BUT Uncle Joe wai here Uu' night
When Rob an' me had gone to bed.
An' him an' pa they talked a fight,
Thinkin' that we was tleepin' tight.
But Rob an' me heard all they amid.
They talked about the happy time
When they was youngsters, tree from care,
An' use' to run an' romp an' climb
An' git their clo'ei all over grime
An' yell when gran'ma combed their hait
THEY talked an' laughed about the night
X Before the Fourth, one year, when they
Had give the town an awful fright
By yellin' "Fire I" with all their might
An' set folks runnin' every way.
So now what I can't tee at all
Is how k come, when they wa boys.
They use' to run an' climb an' fall
An' romp an stomp an' yell an' bawl
An' never make a bit o' noise. -
A LIBERTY SENTIMENT BY THE LATE JOHN HAY,
QO all in vain will timorous ones essay
To set the metes and bounds of Liberty,
For Freedom is its own eternal law. .
For ever in thine eyes, O Liberty,
Shines that high light whereby the world is saved.
And, though thou slay us, we will 'trust in thee I
Snobbish Than Men
By Mrs. KATE UPSON CLARK. Author
r OMEN ARE INFINITELY MORE SNOBBISH THAN MEN.
A bank clerk can sit down by the president of the
vctA united states ana noooav araws invidious conipariBuuu.
TCiit. it tAkes GEtfTXDfE COURAGE for a woman in a
turned frock to sit by the side of another woman in a new $300
Women never will join the democracy until they CHANGE their
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Taft Against Recall.
NEW YOUK, July 12 President Taft says he will veto the
Arizona constitution if the recall of the judiciary clause is voted upon
SAN JUAN. Porto Rico, July 12. Zelaya is here, reported to be
fomenting a revolution in Nicaragua.
ATLANTIC CITY, July 12. John P. Sullivan of New Orleans
has been elected Grand Exalted Huler of the Elks.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 12. Passengers off the Santa Rosa sny
the officers were too slow in taking th?m from the wreck.
WASHINGTON, July 12. Traffic Manager Parker of the American
Refining Company declared to the committee yesterday, that the sugar
trust enjoyed no special privileges.
Champ Clark Talks.
ATLANTIC CITY, Julv 11. Addressing the Christian Enden-
vorers here, Champ Clark said that the hoodlum who goes to the polls
and votes is a better citizen than the fine haired man who stays a:
NEW YORK, July 11. The terriflic beat continues here. Eleven
deaths occurred in the last 24 hours, and over 200 prostrations.
THE DALLES, Ore., July 11. An accident occurred on the
Oregon Trunk Line, due to the heat spreading the rails.
AUBURN, N. Y July 11. Justice Hooker, of the State Supreme
Court, diopped dead at the railway station today.
WASHINGTON, July 11. Gen. Backus has been nominated to
succeed North as Commissioner of Immigration at San Francisco.
PARIS, July 11. Some 25,000' building workmen are on strike
for the abolition of pitce work and higher waees.
Fire In Chicgo.
CHICAGO. July 10. A fire in the barns and stables in the pack
ing house district caused a loss of over half a million dollars. About
263 horses were burned.
WASHINGTON, July 10 Today nearly 40,000 rural mail Car
riers will receive an increase in pay.
LOS ANGELES, July 10. The McNamnras will be arraigned to
day and asked to plead to the charge of murder, if the demurrers are
Guard Called Out.
HAVANA, July 8. The palace guard was called out last night to
guard the palace. Presumably this was done in view of the near ap
proach of the elections.
DUBLIN, July 8. The King and queen were given an enthu
siastic reception on arriving here. They go from here to Carnarvon
ATLANTIC CITY, July 8 President Taft addressed the Chris
tian Endeavorers last night. He said he would sign the arbitration
treaty, if mooted questions were submitted to an impartial tribunal.
Santa Rosa Ashore.
POINT ARGUELLO, Cal., July 8 The Steamer Santa Rosa is
on the rocks at this place. Tuns are removing passengers. The
second mate and three of the crew were drowned early in the evening.
The steamer left San Francisco Thursday for Los Angeles. Efforts
to get her off have been abandoned for the present.
WASHINGTON, July 8. Congress will investigate the third de
gree alleged to have been used in the arrest of the McNamaras.
LOS ANGELES, July 8. A plea of no jurisdiction in the Mc
Namara case, has been overruled.
CITY OF MEXICO, July 8. The street car employees have been
given a 60 per cent increase, and the strike is called off.
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The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1911.
HONOLULU .July 12. The ninth Circuit Court has overruled the
exceptions of Carl On Tai, and he must serve four months in jail, and
pay a fine of $500.
The Kapaa land agreement has not yet been settled.
The mother of attorney general Lindsay died at Lihue yesterday
HONOLULU, July 11. Many places of business were closed on
account of the funeral of H. P. Baldwin. There was no session of the
The mayor lias vetoed the bill regulating the building of i-id en a Iks,
because it throws more power into the hands of the supervisors.
The Supreme Court has handed down a decision in the case of
James Cornwell, et al, who sued the Wailuku Sugar Co., for the re
covery of land at Waikapu, in favor of the defendant company.
HONOLULU, July 10. At a meeting held in the Opera House
yesterday, a resolution was adopted endorsing the proposed arbitration
treaty between the United States and England, and urging upon the
United States Senate to ratify the treaty.
George Rugtmann died here last night.
The quarantine launch with a number of California fraternity
girls on board, ran on a submerged pile yesterday and sank. No one
George Fairchild says that Kuhio's kick was started during the
last sessiou of the Legislature, and the politicians have kept it going in
spite of efforts of the conservation members. F;ear has been kept
advised of Kuhio's attempt to block the bond issue.
Baseball results Saturday were: St. Louis 8, Stars 3, Keio 4, All
This train from Puunene connects with trains leaving Kahului for Wailuku at
3:45 P. M.
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Lurline calls at Honolulu, Kahului and Port
Honolulan calls at Honolulu, Kaanapali,
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No. 2, 1911
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Enterprise to Hilo direct. '
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