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TlIF. MAUI XFAVS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1913.
Kethi-iluii Railroad Go's
THE MAUI NEWS
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SATU U DAY
Editor and Manager
OCTOBER 11. 1013
A COMMON SCNSC ANSWER.
AINK Republicans ami Progressives liave given a common
sense answer to the Tariff question. There answer is: "Let
all opponents of Free-Trade and near Free-Trade get together
and vote to l'roteet American industries and agriculture from the com
mon enemy, the Democrats."
The Progressives and Republicans of Maine, by their victory,- have
shown the way to the rest of the country. Their is a decided majority
in this country in favor of Protection, sanity and prosperity. But if
that majority is divided into two camps, the Democrats will secure a
pluralitv over the divided party.
Republicans and Progressives should get together all over the country,
no matter how much obstinate leaders of either party may try to keep
them in separate organizations for the sake of allowing those same lead
ers to enjoy the fruits of disunion.
Let Protectionists, of whatever name, unite. Now then Maui Pro
gressives! A PRECARIOUS EXPERIMENT.
CLOTHING may be made cheaper by importation, just as much
cheaper as the difference between labor and mill building and
maintenance in the United States and foreign lands; but in order
to secure this concession the laborers in one of the largest of American
industries would either be thrown out of employment or would be com
pelled to accept a reduction in wages. This is the only conclusion that
can be taken from the Tariff board's report. Free wool will put an end
to sheep raising in the United States and increase the cost of mutton.
Material reductions in the Tariff on the finished product would affect
the multitudes of persons engaged in manufacture. It is a most pre
carious experiment in which the Democrats are engaging.
BY the death of the Rev. A. B. Weymouth the people of these isi
ands and the world at large loses a good man. The deceased gen
tleman was well known on Maui, and lived a very useful life here.
He was admired by everyone who came in contact with him, and every
one who met him always remarked afterwards that he was a good man
in every sense of the word. Mr. Weymouth was fond of writing and years
ago, wasactively engaged in newspaper work. lie kept up his connecttion
with the press right up to within a few hours of his death at Lahaina.
The Maui Nkws received a note from him on Tuesday last, and it was
to the effect that the writer regretted that he was too ill to send in his
weekly notes from Lahaina. That act proved that Mr. Weymouth
thought of his duty right up till the last, and it is to be hoped that we
that remain will also do the same when our time conies. R. I. P.
(Continued from pave I)
ond but, in the second half of the
third, the Stars did things in style
and scored five men. Carreira, J.
Garcia, W. Bal, Cummings and
Kaaiai were the men who flashed
across the plate. The Kahuluis
made two in the fourth through
the agency of Swan and Kahaawi
nui. That left the score at 6 to 3,
in favor of the Stars.
There was nothing doing in the
fifth for either side but, in the
sixth, the Kahuluis added one run
when Long got home safe. The
"lucky" seventh was no good to
either side, but the Kahuluis scored
two in the first half of the eighth
and lied the score. Wow! There
was some yelling then.
The Stars were not scared, how
ever, and they, in their half of the
eighth made the three runs that
gave them the game. The Kahu-
lui scoring in the eighth was done
by Carroll and Swan, while that of
the Stars was done by English,
Cockett and Bento. It was an ex
citing go and the fans are looking
forward to the game tomorrow.
The following are the lineups and
the scores by innings:
We are in favor of American wages for Americans. The Republican
party is in favor of American wages for all workers in America. There
is no getting around that; the Republican party is jn favor of a Tariff
for Protection. The Republican party is in favor of a Tariff that does
two things at the same time; raises revenues for the government, and
affords Protection to Americans. The Democratic party is in favor of
a Tariff for "revenue only." The Republican party is right on the
Under the Democratic Tariff bill it is proposed to give Canadians the
benefit of American markets without asking them for anything in re
turn. Wheat from the Canadian Northwest will be brought into direct
competition with wheat of the American farmer, but when the Amer
ican farmer goes North with his corn and other products he will find a
toll-gate in his path. Reciprocity is one thing. Democratic Tariff for
revenue only, in the language of Abe Potash, "That is something else
Already the "hard times" are becoming felt on the mainland, and
the closing of the woolen mills at Utica, last week, is only the begin
ning of what the Democratic fool administration will do for the whole
United States. It is a puzzle to most people how any sensible man,
living in the United States or any other country large enough to pro
duce all it needs within its own borders, can be a Freetrader.
It would seem as if the best course to pursue would be to have a gen
eral airing of County affairs. There is too much insinuating going on
and things are always thought to be worse than they really are. Let
those who know, come out in the light and speak plainly on the sub
jects that are of vital interest to the community. Half veiled sneers
and hints do nothing but disgust people.
Score by innings.
1 2 3 4 5 G 7 S 9
Kahului 1 0020102 0 G
Stars 10500003 x 0
(Continued from Page l.)
The county's attorney's depart
ment has taken up the matter and
the coroner's inquest may bring
forth facts that will warrant the
arrest of the mother on a charge of
it least manslaughter. The medical
evidence will, so say the police,' be
to the effect that the blood clots in
the brain were suflicient to cause
death. The stomach trouble, on
the other hand, is also considered
sullicicnt cause for the child passing
away. The whole matter will be
threshed out and the mother will,
it is said, be subjected to a gruelling
examination at the hands of the
OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER
OF THE CURRENCY.
The extraordinary interest taken in the World's series of baseball
games shows how closely in touch all red-blooded men are, after all.
Rank and money is forgotten when it conies clown to brass tacks and
every real man feels the blood coursing through his veins when some
exciting sporting event is underway anywhere on this old earth.
The heroic manner in which the acting captain and crew of the dis
masted schooner Robert Searles sailed under jury tig for over two thou
sand miles, is but another instance of what the hard men of the sea
can do when put to it. It was a marvelous feat and the whole crew
deserves uijfetinted praise for the admirable work.
If expenses are to be cut down in the county it is to be hoped that a
policy of cutting the pay of small salaried men will not be adopted.
Better that one man in each department be fired than to reduce five or
six men ten per cent.
WASHINGTON, I). C, .September
Whkreas, by satisfactory evi
dence presented to the undersigned,
it has been made to appear that
"The First National Bank of Paia"
in the Town of Paia, in the County
of Maui, and Territory of Hawaii,
has complied with all the provi
sions of the Statutes of the United
States, required to be complied
with before an association shall be
authorized to commence the busi
ness of Hanking;
Now Thkkki'okk , I, Thomas
P. Kane, Acting Comptroller of
the Currency, do hereby certify
that The First National Bank of
Paia" in the Town of Paia, in the
County of Maui, and Territory of
Hawaii, is authorized to dJinmence
the business of Banking as provid
ed in Section Fifty -one hundred
and sixty-nine of the Revised
Statutes of the United States.
Ix Testimony Viii:ki:oi-, wit
ness my hand and Seal of Office,
this Twenty-sixth day of Septem
(Signed) T. P. KANE,
Acting Comptroller of the Cur
Oct. 11, 18, 25, Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22,
29, Dec. 6, 13.
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