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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1912.
THE MAUI NEWS
Bowling and Bowlers.
Rcoublican Paper Published in the Interest oi the People
Issued Every Saturday.
Wraul Publishing Company, Limited.
Proprietors and Publisher!
There are liowicra and howlers,
tni 1 lotmium seems to nave n pair
Butered at the Post Office at Wailulcu, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter Hint will take some U'titiiiK. Aliv
two men wiki ciin roll '20 games
each in ft little over three liuurx
and average lt-i pins, an these two
did, recently in tlie matcli with
Kauai, show clearly llmt tliey liavc
mastered tlie rudiment (if tlie game
Maui had many good Ixiwlt rn, l.ut
it is doubtful if any two stand out
strong enough to lie picked to jro
against these two cracks It is easy
enough to pick u five or six man
team who will just alnnit get nwny
with anything on the islands, I nit a
two man team is different
Last Sunday a team from Wai
luku went over t( Putinene and
again arfeated a team from that
burg, but the score wiis very close,
Wuiluku only winning by two pins.
Heretofore Wailuku has generally
r a TnTT y mm ... . i i
iM.iivvn 10, h'i'mvoij oy a noerai margin, and now
.1 Tl t .
me ruunene iniys think tlitv are
fit, and 'have challenged the Wai
luku team to anothei match next
a . . . . . . . . . I ri !! 1.1 t
f everyuociy who could vote did vote, the United Slates would be cunnay morning, aim there is no
$2.50 per year when not in advance
t.N Advance 12.00 per Year, $1.25 Six Months
Chas, C Clark
tid It ot a n ci JVIanager
J governed by considerably less than one-sixth of the population, doubt this will be a hummer.
says tlie Wall Street Journal. It would be governed, moreover, by 1 "-' " aiitiKU alleys are now open
a majority of this fraction, or what is more important, the part of it alKi are splendid shape, and it is
' that choose to exercise the franchise. In other words, it would be almut time sonu thing was done to
governed by about one-fifteenth of the population of the United States, wards getting up a tournament.
When Mr. Roosevelt, or Mr. Bryan, or other leaders talk about "the Teams could 'be organized in Wai
people," they mean one thing, while the Constitution of the United luku, Puunene, Kahului and Paia,
States, when it says, "We, the people of the United States, do ordain" and "" great sport started, as the
means something quite different and greatly broader. It means all the rivalry would be keen
people, as one is inclined to suspect Lincoln did, in his greatest A twenty game tournament will
utterance. be started Monday at the Wailuku
Know ing that this small body of voters would be swayed, and indeed alleys to pick a team which will be
ought to be swayed in order to educate itself, by the winds of passion kl w tlie Wailuku gymnasium
and the fallacies of sentiment, the Constitution of the United States, team, and after this team has been
w hich is to say all the people of the United States, tried to establish picked they will be ready to take on
conditions of peculiar independence for the iudieiarv. It did not inn- all comers
tate the confusion of the British Constitution, which makes the High
tourt ot rarliament a judicial body as well as a legislative one. It
realized that a majority of Congress could make laws; but that its mem
bers, moved, and innocently moved, by prejudice and partisanship
were unfitted to interpret them. The legislators could not possess the
necessary detachment; and their dependence upon the whims of the
voter made their interpretation a peril to all the people of the United
The Constitution, then, recognized that the one thing to avoid was
mob rule. There must always be a man at the wheel, and the ship
must never get out of hand Its position must be ascertained by the
sextant, and not by a vote of the third-class passengers. In his speech
at Columbus, Roosevelt justly praised the Massachusetts method of re
A murmur of something went through
Order. gputlemen," said the pro
feasor. "Mr. Longears Joke la not at
II a bad one, but It would go far bet
ter with what kind of a picture. Mr.
Why, under the rules, said Mr
Lynx, "1 should say that If placed un
der a black and white drawing of a
young man Jumping a lady over the
waves at some seaside resort it would
be more appropriate.''
Very good. Indeed." said the pro
fessor. "Mr. Blinders, have you any
thing to suggest In respect to this pic
"She." said Mr. Blinders 'Would you
marry a girl for her money, cnuiiirr
He '1 don't know. Gladys. How much
have yoa got? "
Excellentr said the professor, nod
ding approvingly at Mr. Blinders.
Can you improve on that Mr. Dubb
"I think so. yes. sir." said Dubblelgh.
"I'd put tt this way: She This Is very
sudden. Mr. Wiggles; I hardly know
what to say." Tommy-'Don't yon r
Move It. Mr. Wiggles. I heard bet tei
ma she'd laud yoa today or never.' "
The professor removed his glasses.
"Tommy. sir?" he frowned "Ann
who. pray. Is Tommy?"
Iter little broth lr," said Dnbh
Ua bum'" ald tht professor. In
speetlng th picture closely. "lhHi
sounds meritorious tint I hardly
when Tom inv itinn-s In "
"Tie's bii'flMii behind the divan, pm
fessor." expiiiinpd I mtihleljrri
At this point the iros suwnlnlnK tb
professor in tin cbiir guv way. tine
be toppled weakly tu Uie tluor. anil i)
the time the attendants bad restored
him to bis equilibrium the bell bad
sounded, and tlie students rusnod mad
ly from the room. Harper's Weekly.
Nssded For Happiness.
The Bible says It is not good
for man to live alone, which
might seem to Indicate tbat It is
necessary to have somebody to
quarrel with In order to be bap-
New fork Times.
Two Good Hawaiian Banks
Two of the best-known banking
institutions of the Hawaiian Islands
outside of the larger .banks of Ho
nolulu are the First National Bank
of Wailuku and the Lahaina Nation
al Bank, located on the Island of
Maui, in the centers from which
the banks are named.
The First National Bank of Wai
luku reports under date of Decem-
lu.r 3(1 liw nt OSS
. . 1 T 1 . I . I Ifc'J V Humid Vi ,U ( 1 1 J 1 1
muuu J " i legislature on cnarges. ine navigat- (i(uiuitj ,lf cot.o 001 ti... ,..,,.wi
stock is -$35,000 and the surplus
and undivided profits 837,380.
Tim ..nnnol cintn.n.nt t tlw, T
, . i a. i ic annual owu-cuicii b ui lug jju
But Roosevelt s proposal to review Constitutional decisions through Lninil vn.ifinni ,w
nil n-irAril fhnt 1 .1 . . ..11 a ' 1 ! 1 1 . l I
. l" "al iracuon wmcn ne is pieasea to 8llm dllte slunvs t()tllls ,lf 8,r,oi
nig orlicer can be discharged m the proper time and place. The same
safeguards against an unjust judge are provided by the power to im
peach, and this is sufficient recall.
call "the people" is another matter. This is mob rule. It failed in
and deposits of 8114,354. These are
Atlio,,u foiled U ,,... i ; i . . . .
.fc.us.iia, iohvu in ivuiiit, iuucu cvciywiicre it nas ever Deen triea. oe- I n . i
.' ' . uicu, uc flourishing institutions serving very
" J"" ..i.FHM..uii lu a uemassue- important business interests of the
,1C mr IS ,,e!"1.er ,ew nor Progressive, uur Constitution is specially iH,ml8t c M Cooke ig pre8i.knt
devised to avoid it, because all experience shows that it is, in practice, and c D. Lufkill caH,lierof in.
ine aosouue negation ot tree government. .-. n t i i
. , ... ' stitutious. . C. bchoenljerg is as
' ' w ue pwpie wno compose 8irta, casllier of the Lamina
u; u is an unreasoning mob, even it it is entirely made up of college National Bank. -Coast Bank
proiessors, ministers ot religion or members of Congress. The appeal
of a Supreme Court decision to a mob of newspaper editors is a possi
bihty too appalling to contemplate.
We shall preserve those inalienable rights and that equal opportunity
upon which we pride ourselves just so long as this country is not gov
erned by what Roosevelt arbitrarily calls "the people."
CLASS IN HUMOR.
Take Lesions and Show
HE attendants carried the profes
sor of humor tenderly Into the
laboratory and after propping
him up so that even In case of a re-
Ti,e rt.r.t-f f tv.a r.v.:n f .... u i t o . x .. . 5 i laoBe be could not by any possibility
r. . . " oi oupervisors io iook uuo . floor ,eft t noaL Tne
Tn ch.sq n 'n-nn.t ...1.4 , 1... . 1. . . 1 . - 1 11
. v v.u..u .j.iB.o mauc uy me ninui rttws rcgaruing sanitary ana
food inspectors, is very gratifying indeed. They found everything just
lovely. Of course they did. While the board was in sessiou last week,
tlie toocl inspector was very active along Market street; something un
heard of heretofore. However, we hope the gooiTwork will keep up,
and if a prod once in a while will do it, we shall be glad to repeat the
dose, when occasion requires it.
A special meeting of the Maui Chamber of Commerce has been called
for next week when the matter of "drafting a suitable answer to the re
cent communication of the Harbor Commission will be taken up. The
citizens are terribly in earnest over this matter of a landing at Kihei,
and a large attendance of members is hoped for. There will no doubt
be interesting developments.
The commissions for the police and the Chamber of Commerce com
mittee, who were appointed to look after the fruit fly campaign, have
arrived, and a vigorous campaign against the introduction of the pest
here is to be looked for. 1
(By P. G. Cox.)
ALONK! What emptiness that word implies!
Alone with truth, with virtue or with lies.
Alone, 110 matter what the crowd surrounds us;
We are alone w hen our pet hobby dies.
I had a hobby. I rode it to his death,
Though for its life my own I would have given;
And while I played that hobby I was happy,
In that one scheme I saw my hope of heaven.
hour sounded, and tbe students troop
ed in, some of tbem bumming sucb
merry dirges as tbe Cbopln "Marcbe
Funebre" as adapted by Hinckley de
Sniggles for use by college student
enamored of ragtime.
"Gentlemen," said the professor
fslntlv as tbe class seated Itself, "we
are today to consider pictorial humor
you will find upon tbe blackboard
picture, drawn In tbe best manner of
Mr. Charles Howard Montgomery, rep
resenting a young woman In a bobble
skirt leaning against an onyi mantel
piece, while on a tiger skin rug at ber
feet a young man in riding breeches
Is discovered. Through the opeu win
dow we notice an ocean steamer on
Its way out to sea. while back ot tbe
young lady on tbe mantel a copy oi
'Omar Khayyam is seen leaning
tea Inst an ormolu clock To tbe left
is tbe eastern exposure of a divan
Tbe problem before tbe class is to Qud
uttiiig Joke for the picture. Mr
Slabsidea, but would you suggest?"
"She," said Mr. Slabsides-" 'Did you
see Cbollie off this morning. Henry?
He 'No; I saw him off last night' She
'Why,-1 thought be sailed this morn
ing.' He 'So be did. But be was off
last night.' "
The professor suppressed groan,
and then he spoke.
"Mr. Longears, If this picture were
submitted to you for a Jest, what would
you suggest?" be said
"Well.' tiesiiated Mr Longears, look
lng anxiously around to see if tbe ex
Its were clear. "I'd bav tbe girl auk.
'Have you a Rubaiyat. Mr. Skllling
ton? To which tbe young man was
to reply, 'No. Miss Winkle ton. I prefer
derby.' " .
Notice of Annual Meeting.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Lahaina Ice Co., Ltd., will be
held at the office of tile l'ioneer Mill Co.,
Ltd., on Saturday, April 13th, at 7:15
J. E. GANNON,
Photo by American Press Association.
CALBRAITH P. RODGERS, FIRST TRANSCONTINENTAL FLIER
world's records for length of tight have been beaten by OsJ-
bralth P. Redgers Is bis traascsBtUenUl aeroplane journey ot
t.141 miles, accomplished within tfty days. He reached Pasa
dena, the goal of bis attempt, with his engine nearly worn Mt
by tbe long, bard usage It had received since he left New York n Beyt
17. Rodgers started as a competitor for tbe 60,000 prize sffered by
William Randolph Hearst for tbe first ocean to ocean flight and
plucklly continued his Journey, although the time limit govern lag Ua
award of the prise expired when he was less than halfway across tike
continent - He Is not a pocket edition aviator, standing six feet four.
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