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Tin: mati nkws, Saturday, march 29, 1913.
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sage of tlit: bill took l athi r ii serious be all.nve.l In iv.-iun ;it once, fur a
form and n. dispatch from Manager j leave of snuv lias been granted
Watt tif Olaa amused the ire of I him by cable, so that lie nuy pro-
that Scott's oj)inion is worth inure
than thai of Kliot who inert ly pass
ed through. It is not hard to find
happy fa mil i here where the hus
hainl is white and the wife Hawai
ian or half-white. It all depends
upon which one brings up the ehil
dnn. If the white man lias hcen
well reared by parents with an eye
to economy, and that idea is in-
billed mlo llie scion, Ins children
will nave llie sami.' virtues. hole
families in Honolulu rt lleet credit
on their patents, and the children
to the third generation show the
same good qualities. Kliot must
have noticed only the slag from the
11 it'll in;.' 1 nit in Hawaii during the
few minutes lie stopped in the isl
ands. "o have gut id stuff hero and
the fact was mailt! known to him by
1" " ' who k new.
WA ISO STRONG.
I wrote you last week of tht
chances Watson had for the gnv-j
ernorship. His appointment, from
the information 1 received, depends!
upon the result of a physical exam
ination. Since that letter, 1 have
talked with the physician who
made the examination, on a cable
rc(Uest, and lie declared the young
attorney safe, sane and sound in
wind and limb. Looks good for
Watson, and I learn from those
who know him that he is more than
anxious to get the place. Ho is a
possibility. lint then so is Frear
and if a democrat is to get -it, 1 be
lieve I will pin my belief to the
Just now it looks as though there
will lie a clash on senate bill num
ber 78 which provides for a com
mission to investigate the financial
affairs of 'Hawaii county. I have
talked to several members of the
delegation in the lower house, who
nay they want the investigation and
they want it so fine tooth combed
that no one can escape who should
not, but they do not believe the
cost should fall entirely upon the
county, basing their opinion upon
the fact that in the banana claims
Oahu is not to lie asked to provide
the means to pay the piper. There
is something in that. One mem
ber said that as long as the super
visors in Hilo were willing to foot
the bills it might lie a good thing to
let them go ahead and he twenty
thousand dollars shy on road work
that is needed.
On Tuesday opposition to the pas-
Ueprcseiitativo Irwin. Considering
the matter in an unprejudiced man
ner, it tloes seem rather hard that
men who know practically nothing
of conditions, men who willingly
vote away territorial funds for the
payment of the expenses of some
one of the counties, should balk at
having the territory pay this parti
cular expense. There is some ob
jection in the house to the amount
of money to be appropriated; per
sons w ho know what such commis
sions mean say the amount is too
large and that the money will be
eaten up in salaries. Since writing
this the bill has passed.
The gubernatorial matter too't a
now turn on Tuesday and rumors
that Watson had been appointed
were flying about town up to noon.
Another was to the e fleet that hav
ing seen Waller near at hand, Wil
son had expressed a wish to flavc
the other candidates pass in review.
Of course this will not be complied
with except by Link, who booked
tit the Mat. son tillice in the forenoon
and sailed lor llie coasi on me
The recent rain was a good thing
for the plantations on the lee side
of this island. At Waialua the re
suit was most satisfactory, for there
was a heavier downfall than at any
time within two years, the rain
gauge showing more than an inch
and a half. The benefit was imme
diate and there ia nothing to hope
for in the future to follow it, as the
fall was on the lower levels which
means that the inauka ditches did
not get much water.
OFFICII DOtS INOT PAY.
Ill a conversation with a promin
ent ollieial of the government yes
terday I learned that in the event
of the reappointment of Governor
Frear his occupancy of the execu
tive chamber would not continue
after September 1. And it will he
the same of Mott-Smith, who has
given the same number of years
six to the service of the govern
ment. The people who are after
ofliee seldom think of the sacrifices
they must make once the glamor is
wiped off by a few months service.
Any one who knows Frear and
Mott-Smith is aware they have
worked for less pay than their pro
fessions would have brought them
in the period, and they have sacri
ficed li nance for the honor and
glory of public olliee. IJoth men, I
fancy, have discovered their mis
take, lireokons, it seems, is not to
senile the grail cases m Hilo. And
this brings to mind the folly of ap
pointing nu n o olliee in the depart
ment of the attorney general who
are ii' ! competent to perform the
duties. I hear that much of the
fight against the commission bill in
the house is based upon the fact
that an outsider has to he employed
st a lug lit! to do the work for
which the taxpayers are paying
'Contimieil ironi I'age I)
There was some
that indicated a
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thing in tin; air
Tlie meeting started out easily
enough but, after a while, the storm
broke and then the argument kept
things iit boiling point for a while.
The suggestion made by the super
visors that the Chamber of Com
merce endorse a resolution that
875,000 bi! expended on a reservoir
at Olinda started things going.
There are many who do not believe
that such a sum of money is needed
for a reservoir. There were, on the
other hand, many who took the
stand that if the Chamber did not
endorse the rer-olution, the failure
to do so, would amount to a vote of
no confidence in the supervisors.
The fihl revolved around that
point for some time and while the
speakers on one side declared that
there was no intention of expressing
a waul of confidence in the board
of supervisor.-, tin re were others on
the other side, who declared that
if the r solution was not endorsed
there would be a want of confidence
Dr. Raymond got going on the
proposition of a reservoir at Olinda,
mil he ci rtainly made a good talk.
He brought out arguments that car
ried weight and his appeal for the
Kulii district wasa good one in many
ways, However, he united oil ironi
the main question and became in-
olved in an argument regarding
roails ot the oeit road system anu
other places When requested to
confine himself to the subject in
hand-viz the lkiila Pipe line Ray
mond gut excited and declared that
he was exercising bis rights, and
thai if the president thought not,
he would he ready to step right out
of the building and end his connec
tion with the Chamber. Later on
Raymond did resign and the resig
nation was accepted at once.
Things were red-hot for a while,
and F. Pogue, who tried to cool
down the excited doctor came in for
some talk from Raymond. In talk
ing aiiout the reservoir, rogue had
declared himself in favor of the
scheme, but he said with the pro
spect of hard times ahead on account
of the danger of a change in the
sugar tarilT, he thought that the
County of Maui should not borrow
aiiy more money at present.
Raymond then started to talk
about the building of roads into
the necks of the woods, where they
lead to nothing and stop nowhere."
It was then that the president call
ed him to order.
There were other men on their
feet regarding the matter, and the
views ot Jl. . luce, who declared
that the whole proposition was a
business one, and that it should be
looked on from that standpoint,
met the approval of many. Rice
moved that a sum of 625,000 be
expended on a nservoir at Olinda,
and that a sum of 10,000 be ap
propriated for ' the repairing and
Covering of the pipeline. J. N. S.
Williams seconded that motion, and
then J I ugh Howell moved an amend
ment to the effect that 8 10,000 be
asked for a reservoir and 810,000
for the r pairing of the pipe line.
Howell declared that $25,000 was
much too small to be of any use,
and that to vote for that amount
would be thi! same as killing the
whole project. It was put to the
vote and Howell's amendment won
out bv one Vote.
Editor "Maui News,"
It is proposed by several people
that the Maui Racing Association
inaugurate a system of bringing
into Maui each year as many green
Hawaiian bred horses as possible.
To this end, we suggest the follow
ing plan for this year as a starter.
Get 25 members of the Associa
tion to subscribe $10 each, making
a sum of 8250, this $250 to be sent
to the Parker Ranch or the Horner
Ranch on Hawaii with the request
that t"" " qs manv ptp"
horses right off the range as the
amount will pay for, none of these
horses to be over three years of age.
Upon their arrival on Maui, the
Association will number each on
the hoof and each subscriber will
draw a number, these to be placed
in different receptacles and a draw
ing made. We rigure that the first
year we should get at least five
griffin", or green horses for the $250.
Consequently, there would be five
subscribers drawing horses. After
the drawing is done each horse will
be auctioned separately to the
highest bidder among the subscrib
ers. Half the selling price will go
into the general fund, and the
other half going to the member
who drew the horse. The total
amount received into the general
fund will then be equally divided
among the whole 25 subscribers,
less 10, which will be held and
go into the treasury of the Maui
It is estimated that this plan will
cost each of the 25, the small sum
of not over 83 or 84, while five of
the subscribers will have made a
profit owing to their having drawn
a horse and only those willing and
anxious to own a horse will be out
any amount of money.
In addition, the first race on the
program should be what is general
ly called a subscription griffin race
and no horse other than the five
received in the manner indicated
above will be allowed to race or
enter. This is the plan suggested
for this year.
These horses, of course, will be
received on Maui absolutely un
tried and unbroken and will not be
allowed on the track with other
than local jockies, that is, profes
sional jockies from the Coast will
barred from the race.
We suggest that next year, at
least 50 members be interested in
this to the extent of $20 apiece
making 81000 tor which sum we
could probably get 25 unbroken,
two or three year old horses from
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