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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1912.
THE MAUI NEWS
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OCTOBER 12, 1912
II. A. BALDWIN. V
II. B. PENHALLOW.
GEO. P. COOKE. .
P. J. GOODNESS.
CHAS. K. MAKEKAU.
A. F. TAVARES.
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I Good Gasini
DO YOU GRASP IT?
X today's issue of this paper is published the first of a series of arti
cles pertaining to that awful disease, tuberculosis. No other
disease is playinc such havoc with hutnanitv. Yet oeonle no on
their business, and hardly ever Rive the subject a thought.
Leprosy and other diseases, scare people more, and the very thought
of coining in contact with a person afflicted with leprosy, makes most
pcoplt shudder with horror.
Still tuberculosis, which is far more contagious, and which is handed
down from parents to children, is not realized to be the scourge it is.
This absence of fear, regarding consumption, is the result of ignorance.
Ask Superintendent McVeigh, of the Molokai Settlement; ask Dr.
Pratt, head of the Board of Health; ask Dr. Goodhue of Molokai or. in
fact, anyt.:ier man who has been in close touch with lepers, what they
would prefer if condemned to choose a life with lepers or consumptives.
Their answer would be, as it has already been, "Give me the lepers."
Men and women have lived with lepers for years and have never con
tracted the disease. One doctor has even had the pus from a leper's
sore fly up into his eyes. He, too, has often had the pus get into acci
dental cuts on his hands. He has handled hundred of lepers and still
is clean. His opinion is that, he would far rather do that kind of
work than live in close contact with a consumptive, and inhale the same
air as the afflicted one.
And then to think that there are hundreds of families, where one, or
two, of the children are consumptives, all herded up together well
makes one think deeply. However, read Dr. A. N. Sinclair's article,
and hope that his next will come along soon .
Chairman Board Supervisors.
SAM E. KALAMA.
Members Board Supervisors.
R. A. DRUMMOND.
THEODORE T. MEYER.
WM. F. KAAE.
D. II. CASE.
L M. BALDWIN.
1 LL Mam should be thankful that, through the efforts of the
f- Quarantine Committee, the port of Kahului has been kept clean,
and never declared an infected one. Everyone with any intelli
gence knows the harm that would be clone Maui if, through any means
Kahului was blocked from shipping in, or out, to the mainland or
The committee that has handled the situation since the old cholera
scare of some years ago, has done excellent work and, as the chairman
J. N. S. Williams, feels that the body has been acting in a public capa
city, a statement ot the receipts and expenditures is published in this
issue of the Maui Nivs.
It is very satisfactory to note th;rt there is at present a sum of about
five thousand dollars to the credit of the fund. No further wharf tax
is at present needed. But, should the necessity arise, the tax will be
renewed. 1 he plantations and the Kahului Railroad bear the largest
part of the burden but the small 'shippers also do their share. All
should, and do, unite to obtain the blessing of a "clean port." It is
case of getting together for mutual benefit and the general prosperity
of the V alley Island.
Do Not Forget
That We Carry
Remember this when you are ready to RE-TIRE; also
ine iouowing scnoois win ue visueu
by a Government Fhyician for the pur-1 J9J
pose of vaccination,
Puunene October ii,
Kihei " 2j
Spreckelville " 25,
on the dates and ISf
after 9 a.m.
9 II II
in the cjrcuit court of the
SECOND CIRCUIT TERRITORY OF
lh. .Mam Uiamher ot Lomin.'rce is to be congratulated on' the fact
that an effort is to be made to have the next Civic Convention held on
this island. If the matter is arranged, a large party of business men
will visit Maui, and the result should be that the merchant princes will
get to know one another better.
Should the All-Chinese ball team that toured the States, defeat the
best Oa-hu te;ns, the victors should be invited to Maui and
chance against the champion ball team of the island.
It is to be hoped that Governor Frear will not resign
Vindicated. The country needs men of his type.
after he is
The scheme of Promotion Wood to feature Maui more in the future,
deserves the help of all those whose slogan is "Maui No Ka Oi."
At Chambers Iu Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of SUKE-
SABURO YAMASAKI. Lale ef Taia,
Order of Notice 01! Hearing Petition
On Reading and Filing the Petition of
Sukeji Yanmsaki, of Paia, Maul, a son of
said deceased, alleging that Sukesaburo
Yamaeaki, of Paia, Maui, died intestate
at Paia, Maui, on the loth day of May
A. D. 1912 leaving oroperty in the Ter
ritory of Hawaii necessary to beadminis
tered upon, and praying that Letters of
Administration issue to him, said I'eti
It Is Ordered, that Monday, the 11th
diiy of November, A. I). 1912, at 10
o'clock A. M., be and hereby is appoint
ed for hearing said Petition in the Court
Room of this Court at Wailuku, County
of Maui, Territory of Hawuii at which
time and place all persons concerned
may appear and show cause, if any they
have, why said Petition should not be
granted, and that notice of this order
shall be published once a week for three
successive weeks 111 the Maui News
weekly newspaper printed and published
in Wailuku, Maui, the last publication
to be not less tnan fourteen days, previ
ous to the time therein appointed for
Dated Wailuku, Maui.Oct. I, 1912,
Sd. S. B. KINGSBURY
Judge of the Circuit Count of the Sea
Attest: Sd. EDMUND H. -HART
Clerk Circuit Court of the Second Cncuit,
Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Company, Ltd.
With the Claudine and Mauna Kea each bringing Honolulu mail
twice a week, Maui will be well served in that respect.
What about the Kihci boat landing?
Ask. the Harbor Commissioners!
When is a start to be made?
Wo wonder if the long predicted European war, involving all the big
countries, is now within sight.
Lipton is after that cup again.
Cups are right in the line of the
1'ndtT tl.c euro of Miss Clara
Townsend, the Baldwin Kindergar
ten is in a inure prosperous condi
tion than ever Ufore. Over - 80
sel.olais are enrolled and of this
nunilx-r nltoiit '20 are "babies,"
that is, only three years old. A
large proportion of the children are
Japanese, but thu Hawaiian race is
also well represented.
It is hojied that the theatre will
be built on the Hand lot, opposite
till Lip's store.
Judge Quarles was a visitor
Wailuku during the week.
Miss Louise Pratt is much bettov
and she is recovering from her bad
The Paia bazaar and amateur
theatrical performance nt the Or-pl'i-uiii
Theatre, i-hould draw a h
ii h rumored that several new
cottages nro to be erected adjoining
the Maui Hotel in the near future
DR. S. P. RUSSELL
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1TH articles personally selected by Mr. 'Wall and Mr.
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