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TI1E MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1912.
epublican Candidates for Legislators. I f&'lSjKiKjS!
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Tost Office at Wailuku,
Republican Paper Published in the Interest ol the People
Issued Every S.aturday.
Maul Publishing Company. Limited.
Proprietors and Publishers
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V. L. Steven.on - - Editor snd JVIsnagsr
SATURDAY. - OCTOBER 19, 1912
VERY time a Government by Comniissisn "scare" is worked
ktip, some people become excited, and declare that would be the
end of all things. Even the
the "lfbrrible" possibility. lie declared that, within fifteen years from
now, the Japanese voters will control the political situation in these
islands He declared also, that the only way to counteract the Japan
ese vote is to bring Americans into the country and settle them on the
land. There is a deal of truth in all that, but what some people want
to know ishow will Government by Commission be such a bad thing
for the islands.
There are many level headed men who consider that Government by
Commission would be a good thing
expensive local government would be
phere would be cleared a lot and, Kuhio's bugbear of the future Japan
ese voters, would be eliminated.
, UK Delegate to Congress put up a good talk in Wailuku that is
las regards the party be represents in Congress.Kuhio is earnest
enough in that respect, but he still harps on the "wrong doing"
of the Administration. Even after
"charges" against Governor Frear
statements as, Frear never put a
..i.r a i t-: 1 i
--ismuru anu rviuuey, nave oeen snown cieany mat their trumped up
charges are not true. Ashford has as good as retracted, but Kuhio still
Kuhio, as the representative of the
work in the past. He is, once again,
Republican Party, and he should receive the vote of evety Republican
However, when, in his campaign,
he is making a great mistake. His
quiet on the subject, and to confine
of Protection, as represented by the
AWAII is to be congratulated
hop, as superintendent of Public Works. Bishop is a first class
Civil Engineer and he has had
of work. There were other good men mentioned for the position and
no doubi, any one of them would have filled the billet with credit
Still, in Bishop, the department has
Duke Kahanamoku was a welcome
unassuming youth, who, a trifle over
anyone except a few Waikiki Beach
fame has not changed him at all.
What about the Kihei wharf?
gotten the matter?
'Bill" Rawlins is as proud of "Duke" as if the lad were his own son
Notes From Capital City.
(Continued from Page I.)
Foil Shehifk: Jarrett 146, Par
ker, Capt. Robert 55. Total bal
lots cast 209.
A glance at the list will open the
eyes of Mr. Roosevelt to the fact
that by the Territory of Hawaii
remaining a territory he in losing
support that as a State he would ga
ther votes like a rolling snow bull.
The greatest nurpri.se was in the
vote polled for Kuhio. The rjeople
who thought MeCandleBS should lie
fallow for a couple of years simply
say "I told you so" ami are getting
a lot of enjoyment out of it. Of
course this method of getting the
pulse of the people does not go for
much; any or nil of these straw
voters may vote the other way when
the time comes. On the other hand
it will give an idea to weak candi
dates where they must buck up.
The subject of "undated resigna
tions" is returned to us through a
plank in the platform of the Socia
list party of Hawaii. The three
candidates who have allowed their
tinmen to ho put tin for the slaughter
have signed their resignations, or
are ready to do so, in the event of
election, to be placed in the hands
of the secretary of the Local. And
this is very fine, but the voters can
not overlook the fact that the re
signations have alxut as much
Maui. Hawaii, as second-class matter
Delegate, last week, played upon
for Hawaii. Much petty graft and
wiped out. The political attuos
having been shown how false the
are, Kuhio still repeats such absurd
homesteader on the land." He,
Hawaiian islands, has done good
the selected candidate of the
he keeps up the fight against Frear
friends should advise him to keep
himself to pointing out the blessing
on the appointment of H. K. Bis
much experience in different lines
a head to be proud of.
visitor to Maui. He is the same
a year ago, was unknown
visitors. Duke is level headed and
Have the Harbor Commissioners for
value as counterfeit money. When
members of the Socialist party are
elected to office they are represent
atives of the people, not the socialist
party, and the undated resignation
would bo of little value. For in
stance Byron O. Clark, drawing the
salary of Delegate to Congress from
this territory, would be quick to
give up the job and emoluments
because his party thought he had
proven unfit for the place. It would
n't lie a case of loving the Socialists
less, but loving the coin more. Clark
is no exception to the rule which
has made men araricious. Most
socialists are believers in the tenents
of equality until they are asked to
divide their own apple.
Next to the political excitement
in Honolulu comes the excitement
over the games of base ball on the
mainland. Large crowds gather
where ever the scores are placed,
and read them as the merits of the
various batteries are discussed. At
so great a distance the interest is
The sale of the McCully tract to
the Guardian Trust Company yes
terday recalls the boom days of 1900,
when in n U lieve I that any renl-
estate investment meant thousands
of dollars to them. At least three
prosperous nu n of that day went
practically broke on deals of this
character, and two almost lost their
reputations as fairly good business
H. A. BALDWIN.
H. B. PENHALLOW,
GEO. P. COOKE.
P. J. GOODNESS.
CHAS. K. MAKEKAU.
A. F. TAVARES.
Chairman Board Supervisor's.
SAM E. KALAMA.
Members Board Supervisors.
R. A. DRUMMOND.
THEODORE T. MEYER.
WM. F. KAAE.
D. H. CASE.
L. M. BALDWIN.
men. 1 he land sold is among the
best in the town that is available
for building, purposes, but much of
this will have to be reclaimed befor.'
any buildings, unless they be elect
ed on stilts, could be put up
There is a belief that in time all of
the land will be made ready by a
reclamation process that will fit it
for homes just as the beach lots of
Percy Pond are being filled, tin
til it is put in shape it is possibl
the owners, the Guardian Trust
Company, will erect shacks in order
to get out of the investment what it
can. As agents for certain property
on King street, in the vicinity cf
the Kawaiahao Church, the com
pany has kept pace with the late t
8urounding8; income from the sale,
or lease, ol llie walls seems to te
the main source of revenue in spile
of the war against bill boards an 1
signs on walls of buildings.
Hana News is Again Lively
(Continued from page l.)
October 8 in ballast. She took 8
days to make the run from Auwini,
Kauai, to liana.
She will take about 18,000 bags
of Hana sugar for the Coast and
will most likely be towed to sea by
the Chi'idiue this coming Saturday,
Mr. L. Y. Aiona, the popular
liana Hotel man and store keeper,
is in Honolulu under treatment
with Dr. Straub. -Ho is expected
back this week.
Mr. Gibson leaves for Honolulu
by this Claudine.
Mrs. Kahooluhi a well-known
lady of the District, died on the
14th inst. She had been in the
best of health up to a few
before her death. She leaves sever
al children to mourn her loss Mrs
Dart, of Pauilo, Hawaii, and three
sous who reside in Honolulu anu
Hana Heart failure was the cause
Mr. Carr, the Postal Inspector,
was a Hana visitor this week and
this will probably be his last trip as
he will leave Bhortly for the coast to
take up a branch of the same work
m Los Angeles. He also leaves by
the Claudine today for Honolulu.
Traveling Inspector Gibson, of
the Board of Education, came to
Hana this week on a tour of inspec
tion. This is his first visit in 13
years, and to him it was quite a
pleasant change. He made the
schools of the District all in one
day where, formerly, he had to take
a week to make the rounds. Thanks
to the automobile and good roads!
About 25 Hana road ' men and
trJi"i3l.Et'tiril?d.-lUr tiiu lasdciati,m of Churchea-
IF YOU WANT
Do Not Forget
That We Carry
Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Company, Ltd.
Claudine to Hana- They had been
employed by Hugh Howell over on
the Lahaina Pali road and, on ac
count of being short of money to
continue the work, the gang was
laid off. They will be back on the
job after election.
Mr. Goldstein, the Pioneer drum
mer is around again with his sam
ple trunks, catering to his trade.
Mr. Goldstein beside being the
pioneer at the business, is the best
posted politician on Maui and, if
any of the local boys want inside
dope, as to their chances of winning
in the coming fight they should
ask Goldstein. If he says "lose"
you Jose, anu
if ' win" you win,
Clias. Kibling, Purser of the
Claudine is seriously ill at Honolulu.
The Claudine came out under Pur
ser E. W. Thompson acting and
"Shanks" Fitsimmons as freight
Mr. F. Wittrock. the Deputy
Sheriff of Hana, leaves by Claudine
today in charge of four Filipino
prisoners for W ailuku, also to at
tend the Jury term of the Second
The past week has been a rainy
one and every body is rejoicing that
the long drawn out drought has
meeting of Central Maui
ministers was held Thursday at the
Wailuku Union Church. There
1 n 1 I A
n . wiMl
i v." iv J i uinii m vw v
a devotional service that was inspir
ing. Kev. K. U.Dodge gave the nrst
of a series of lectures upon Intro
duction to the New Testament."
Itev. C. G. Burnham continued the
work he has been carrying on for
several months in the study of ser
mon outline. The ladies of the
Women's Aid Society of the Church
provided a delicious luncheon at
t!'cT. vn Hall, which the ladies of
the Kaahumanu Church served to
lle BUestd- DirectlJr afterwards
J1"8 11 Sw"TrL" .L1
all details of the Church work be-
tween meetings of the Maui Asso-
when you are ready to
Lorrin K. Smith
We meet all steamers.
Furniture, Piano Moving, and
Auto Truck Quick Delivery 24G4-Phone 2464.
Hawaiian Express Co.
Nuuanu and Queen Sts
(Continued from Page i)
of it by punishing those who have
been discovered; and if we keep
doing this much, term after term,
our county will be so clean that good
men and women will not have to
blush with shame, while the rake
and adulters blush, fear and suffer
"Be just and fear not."
The criminal has only the right
to be legally convicted and then
Our able County Attorney will,
as his duty requires, aid you in the
discharge of your duties in this ser
vice. No-one can advise you as to
whom you should indict further
than to say as I have here indicated
"indict those you believe guilty."
You will have two deputy sheriffs
to act as bailiffs and attend upon
you( execute your orders and arrange
for your convpnience.
You will on retiring to the G rand -Jury-rooin
elect one of your number
to act as your Secretary keep the
minutes and make a record in writ
ing of your doings.
The Court appoints MR. Wn,-
1,1AM WALSH as your foreman,
RE - TIRE; also
The Board of Registration of
Voters for the County of Maui will'
sit Saturday, October 26, 1912be
tween the hours of 1 o'clock ain 4
o'clock p. m. to hear appeals or
other matters, for the registraticVi
E noho ana ka Papa Kakauinor
o na Poe Koho Balota no ke Kalai "
o Maui Poaono, Okatoba 26, 191
mawaena o na hora 1 ame 4 p. t
no ka hoolohe ana i na hoohalahal
no ke kupono e koho balota i keiu
Kau o 1912.
chairman in your sessions for de
liberation and determination.
You will as to all things have the
etynest assistance and hearty co
operation of our ellieient Count4
Sheriff and of the deputies und .4
him. You are at liberty to tciL.
special reports to the Court at any
time you may desire and may t
the Court for any advise or furl..
instruction if you wish to do so.
At the close of your work as a Grand
Jury, you will make a final report
of your doings.
You can now retire to the Gran
Jury rooin for Ti(TeT10fUlh.