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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER , 1912.
THE MAUI NEVAS
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Entered at the Post Office at Wailuku. Maui. Hawaii, as second-class matter
f Republican Paper Published in the Interest ot the People
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SATURDAY. - - NOVEMBER 2, 1912
VOTE FOR PROTECTION.
'HEN next the Maui Nkws is issued, the good story ot a
Republican victory, it is hoped, will be printed in these col
iinis. Anv other storv would be a National Calamity, and
would spell ruin for the most progressive and up-to-date country in the
Protection made the United States the richest country on earth, and
the Republican Party's doctrine is Protection against the Wor Id, and
Freetrade within the borders of the States themselves.
The Democrats are Freetraders, and if, by any misfortune, they win
on Tuesday next, there will be four years of disaster to look forward to.
Disaster for the United" States, but profit for the manufacturers of
Europe and England. The low paid working men of the European
Continent will, through the factories they woik in, swamp the United
States with goods so cheap that the home industries of the same sort
will be forced out of business, and the American citizens will be on the
unemployed list. That is what Freetrade will do for the United States.
It is hard to conceive how any sensible man can vote the Democratic
ticket, which advocates and means . FREETRADE. Voters! Go to
the polls next Tuesday and cast your vote for Republican candidates
who are sworn to uphold the doctrines of Protection.
If "Bill" Langton decides to stay away from Hawaii altogether, the
islands will lose a good newspaper man, and the "boys" will miss a
good, true friend. "The Paradise of the Pacific" will continue, of
course, but it won't seem the same without "Bill.''
Roosevelt, as a strong, manly, much to be admired American, showed
the mettle he is made of when he treated a serious wound as a trifle.
It is a pity that he is not the selected candidate of the Republican Party.
What show would Wilson have then?
In a way, one feels sorry for "Link" McCandless. He is doomed to
defeat, of course, and Kuhio will snow him under. Still, there is
something cheery about the Democratic leader and many people say it
is a pity he is not a Republican.
Wailntn'a Civic Center would be improved a lot by pulling down the
old fences from the corner of Main street, along High street to the
Court House block. That is an ugly strip that spoils the look of the
The volcanic outbreak in the Tongan Islands probably has some con
,;tt, ti, oartlinimlres fp1t in this erouo. We don't mind the
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"shakes" as long as they have the outbreaks south of the Equator
The Anti-Tuberculosis campaign is going strong, and hope should
enter the hearts of many poor souls. The main thing is to take con
sumption well in time, and thus have a fair chance of recovery.
v t Fnrrincrton is a man who will be of great assistance as a School
Commissioner. He has always fought for school appropriations and
has always had the welfare of the children in view.
Th school nuestion is working up quite a controversy, and the only
result can be good. People are taking more interest in school matters
Is there any chance of work being started on the Kihei boat landing?
Perhaps, after the election is disposed of.
W. W. Harris must have thought he had a chance to succeed Mars-
ton Campbell. Good Lord!
What about sending Victor Clark to Turkey for some plantation
It is to be hoped that there will be no scratching of tickets on Maui.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY FOR DELINQUENT
, C. A. 3979, and
TV. UNKNOWN OWNER of R. P. 2986, L
To all to whom it may concern:
I, GEO. H. DUNN, Deputy Assessor and Collector of Taxes for the
District of Molokai, Secoud Taxation Division, Territory of Hawaii,
hereby give notice that I will, in pursuance of the provisions of section
1266A of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, upon Wednesday, the 27th day
of November, 1912, at 12 o'clock noon of said day, in front of the
Court House at Pukoo, Molokai, aforesaid, sell all the right, title, and
interest, of the said UNKNOWN OWNER, in and to the land described
in Royal Patent 2986, Land Commission Award 3979, situated in Kaa-
1- e ofrtroeniH nnri rnntnininir. 25lA acres, at Dllblic atlC-
JllUld J lUUtWJVU. n.w. , o. .
tion to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy the hen for taxes thereon
together with interest, penalties, aim costs, as iouows:
Taxes assessed upon said property as of January 1st.
Year Tax Penalty Interest Costs Total
1910 2.00 .20 .45 .50 $3.15
1911 2.00 .20 .25 .50 2.95
1912 2.30 ... .05 ... 2.35
. i .net. r( tViia ca1
logeiuci vrnu "- ; ... i -i j
att DTTTjcr'M tiainnar onv interest in the above described property
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are hereby warned that unless the foregoing taxes with all interest,
,ta iiue an rhare-es are naid before. the time herein
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specified for the sale thereof, the property herein advertised for sale
will be sold as advertised.
. Dated at Lahaina, Maui, this 30th day of October, 1912.
OIvO. H. DUN N
Onllector of Taxes. District of Molokai, Second
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Taxation Division, Territory of Hawaii.
Nov. 2. 9, 16, 23, 1912.
to him drop their ballots. Every
one knows Charlie is in earnest,
knows he is a business man of ex
perience, and knows he is one who
has not been burdened with the re
ports of trustees called to look after
his business which is charged against
The thinking people do not con
sider Sam's candidacy seriously.
They do not believe he can win over
Fern and they believe I lust ace will
weaken him still more. But in
spite of non-belief Parker is growing
stronger in some sections of the
county and .loe Fern is losing
strength. Should the latter lose
out in the final count it will be an
unexpected blow him. lie feels
sure neither the opposing candidates
can beat him.
The party lenders do not know-
how to figure on Kaimuki. The
silence in that quarter is appalling
and the committee is at its wits end
for means to get the voters in line.
It is said that Bartlett is particularly
weak there, probably because of his
work in the defeat of Bcrndt, ami
it is on that that the committee feel
he may not win out in the precinct.
Elsewhere he will do the Abou Ben
Adam stunt and lead all the rest.
In Kaimtiki the residents are keep
ing mum. The meeting last night
was well attended but lacked the
hearty enthusiasm expected; the
silences yvas felt.
W. W. HARUIS' STUNT-
A most surprising tiling happened
on Monday at the "Soap Box" re
ception at noon. Charlie Ifustace
had been harranguing the crowd and
denouning the Advertiser anil all that
is in it. Then came the insuffer
able Barron who spicld for a few
minutes, finally introducing Willie
Harris, one-time member of the
Legislature sent there by Republican
votes. Harris began at the begin
ning, as the saying goes, and de
nounced the Republican party
generally but, more particularly,
the Senatorial candidates whom, lie
declared acre simply representatives
of the "control'' and were not the
republican party. A lot more of
the rot followed to the surprise and
indignation of the republicans, who
have been friends of Harris for
years. A remark was made that
he had probably lost his latest job
or would by the first of the month.
It transpires, that he did lose his
position a few days ago. The man's
career has been varied. For years
he was a bright and shining light
in the staff of young men yvho yveie
Hiding in the upbulding of the house
of Lewes and Cook. After a long
term of service he was dropped out
of the place, and was taken up .by
J. B. Castle and sent to llilo to
manage the business of the Hawaii
an Mahogany Co. A short period
settled him out of that place, and
he was doinu little or nothing for a
time until he was taken intoCatton,
He got out of there for some
reason and it appears Fre.ir refused
to appoint hini Superintendent of
Public Works. So his disease is a
grouch. He received a good deal
of applause for his remarks on the
box on Monday, but it is a question
if he won a single vote for the de
mocratic senators. No man witl
self rcsnect will take the opinion of
one who has been false to his party
when it comes to voting. It is a
sacred holding of the man with the
franchisi! and he will exercise it as
his nrine'inles dictate. His mind is
made up and all of the spell binding
from now until .November o, wi.ll
not charge him. The republicans
say they hope Harris may form an
alliance with the democrats.
That was a mysterious ulTair on
the Chiyo Maru on her arrival on
Monday, when young JIaniauku
killed himself with carbolic acid
which he swallowed just as the doc
tor reached the end of the line
where the young man stood waiting
for lii in. It is said he went to
Japan six months ago for treatment
for a diseueo of the skin. What it
wnp is not made known at this
writing, but he returned from the
Orient yvithout showinc improve-
nient, and was in the second cabin
l utid only had the clothing on his
i WHEN IT IS TIME TO
DO NOT FORGET THAT WEJ5ARRY
U THE FAMOUS
COME IN AND LOOK AT OUR STOCK
Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Company, Ltd.
Real Laces and Lace
issance pieces, Mex
ican drawn work.
Silk and Crepe Ki
Veils, Silk Shawls
and Scarfs, Tapes
tries and Couch
Covers, Art Leather
Pilloyvs and Mats,
Mosaic and Oriental
Jewelries, etc., etc.
Salvo's Lace Store i
Hotel St., Honolulu, next new
back. No luggage and no money.
It is said he has an income of fifty
dollars a week from his late father's
estate. The incentive for his taking
oil is only guessed at.
It is said the eraziers have deter
mined to put into execution a plan
for running a cold storage steamer
letweon is ;ind nort9 and Honolulu.
for the purpose of bringing beef
carcasses here. It yvill mean a ire
mendoiis savmir to the meat com-
nanies. and nossiblv to the con
suniers, better meats, for there yvill
be no banging of cattle against tne
sides of the steamers, no driving
them twenty miles or more and
then a dash into the sea before they
are hauled to the decks of the
steamers. Of course the new deal
niuv not o.nnifi for a time. May not
come until tlm r-mnVipva pet into the
habit of storing up fodder for the
davs when ther is none, and it
mav not coirift until the biE mea
project on Lanai materializes. In
the meantime meat eaters must
elucato themselves to eat more
vegetables and ltsa beef.
. ... . i.
TO THE PUBLIC
OF WAILUKU AND KAHULUI!
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.,
October 31st, 1912.
Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year are not far
As many homes as possible should be wired for
electric lighting, cooking, laundry and other work in
time for them to enjoy and give forth the good cheer
of the Holiday season.
Gifts that yvill let electricity turn the tide of house
hold habit away from the use of old-fashioned, tinie-and-inoney-wasting
devices for your weariness, dis
comfort and inconvenience, toyvards use of up-to-date,
time-and-inoiiey-saving devices for comfort, cleanli
ness and convenience, yvill then be in order.
Let electricity work for you and yours. It yvill take
the place of more than one servant. It will enable
your servant to do more and better work, daily, than
he can do now. It does away yvilh the need of any
servant, at all, in small households, leaving the yvife
fresh and happy at the end of the day. ,
Kvery dollar that you invest in having your house
lighting, ironing, cooking, washing, and sewing done
by electricity, yvill buy you also the time, health
and strength for earning over two dollars that you are
not noyv earning.
Have your house Lighted first. What is good for
you and yours, is good business for us. We frankly
want a big Holiday consumption of current. In order
to get it, we are advertising by poster an offer that no
one (if not already yy ired) can afford to let pass. We
expect to make up the initial loss of money on the 500
lights put out at $2.50 each, in the long run by the
sale of additional current.
Read our poster and then lose no time before you
apply to us to have some of those 500 lights beloyv cost.
Your obedient public servant,
ISLAND ELECTRIC CO., L'D.