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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1913.
THE MAUI NEWS
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Honolulu. October II, 1913.
D. L. CONKUNG,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Oct. 18, 25, Nov. 1. 8, 15, 22.
V. L. Stevenson
NOVEMBER 8, 1913
THE TRUST HAS PUT ONE OVER.
NOW that the Tariff bill has become a law Democratic senators are
beginning to suspect that the Sugar Trust has "put one over on
them," to use a slang phrase, but one that seems to fit the situ
ation. As long as there was a question about the removal of the duty
on sugar the cry was kept up that the sugar tariff helped the trust.
Now that free sugar is a certainty reports are beginning to crop out that
it will be worth from $25,000,000 to $50,000,000 a year to the refining
interests by driving out American grown sugar, -the competition of
which has kept prices down and limited the profits of the trust- The
fact is beginning to leak out that the refiners themselves were behind
the claim that the trust profited by the maintenance of sugar duties,
while under the new Tariff the trust and its fellow refiners will get
their raw sugar cheaper and will get rid of the home competition that
has cut largely into their profits in recent years. In the final stages of
debate in the Senate several Democratic senators, including Walsh, of
Montana, and Newlands, of Nevada, declared that free sugar would be
of benefit chiefly to the trust, but, like their colleagues, they were
bound by the caucus edict in favor of free sugar to vote for this pro
vision. The consolation the Democratic senators have is to point out
that for years the Sugar Trust fooled the Republicans with its differen
tial duty so that they are not the only ones to be taken in.
THE NEXT CONVENTION,
THE decision come to at the meeting of the Maui Chamber of
Commerce last week, regarding the appointment of a permanent
committee of seven, to take hold of the work of arranging for the
financing of the next civic convention, which is to be held on Maui,
was a good one. Such a committee can get busy as soon as named,
and can handle the big proposition as it should be handled. It is a
big proposition to take care of three hundred or more delegates, es
pecially when it is remembered that Maui has but limited hotel accom
modations. However, there are several ways in which the visitors can
be housed while here, without taxing the private homes too much.
The tent city scheme seems to appeal to most people, as the delegates
would then be kept together and within a reasonable distance of the
place where the important business end of the convention will be held.
These conventions are not junketing trips, and a lot of hard work has
to be done by the delegates. Papers have to be prepared and read to
the crowd. Discussion of the papers and other matters always take up
a long time, so the idea that nothing but "eats" and amusements wor
ry the delegates, may be abandoned at once. The committee that will
handle the convention can not be appointed too soon, and it is to be
hoped that the best men possible to obtain be induced to serve.
It seems as if at last Mexico is going to be treated as a small child
who has been naughty, should be. A good Spanking and a lecture
that will not be forgotten for many years is about to be delivered un
less some unforseen change comes about. Huerta, the murderer,
should get his" anyhow, and then things will be better down in
greaser land. The United States has just about stood for all she can,
and perhaps a trifle more than she should have. However, the begin
ning of the end is in sight, and it is to be hoped that the whole affair
will be carried through to a decent end.
An old pioneer said: When you see a lot of bushes moving slowly
toward your camp you may make certain that an Indian is behind each
bush." When the bonded warehouses dump their millions of Free
Trade foreign goods on the American market you may make certain
.that each package has foreign wages behind it.
The followingagcntstogrant marriage
licenses for the follwing judicial districts
in the Territory 'of Hawaii have been
appointed this day:
COUNTY OF MAUI.
Jas. N. K. Keola Wailuku
Geo. H. Dunn Lahaina
W. P. Haia Hana
Edgar Morton Makawao
R. II. Hitchcock Molokai
COUNTY OF KALAWAO.
J. D. McVeigh Kalaupapa.
Honolulu, October 13 1913.
D. L. CONKLING,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Oct. 18, 25, Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of the Estate of SUKE
SABURO YAMASAKI, late of l'aia,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS:
The undersigned having been appoint
ed Administrator of the Estate of Suke
saburo Yamasaki, deceased, late of Paia,
Maui, T. H. hereby gives notice to all
creditors of the said deceased to present
their claims, duly authenticated and
with proper vouchers, if any exist, even
if the claim is secured by mortgage upoji
real estate, to him either at his residence
or place of business at Paia, Maui, T. H.
within six months from the date of the
first publication hereof, or within six
months from the day they fall due, or if
not so presented they shall be forever
barred, and payment thereof shall not
Dated at Paia, Maui, Oct. 11, I913.
F. P. ROSECRANS,
Administrator of the Estate of Sukesa
buro Yamasaki, Deceased.
E. R. BEVINS,
Attorney for Administrator.
Oct. ii, j8, 25, Nov. 1, 8.
OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER
OF THE CURRENCY.
They are all kept busy now explaining that we must not expect to
live more cheaply simply because the tariff "barons" have been stopped
from "despoiling" the people. The importing "barons" are now go
ing to do the robbing and the common people will get it in the neck
just the same.
Maui should be represented in Honolulu during the Carnival week
and at least a Princess should be sent down for the Floral Parade. If
some decorated autos and floats can be sent, it will be all the better for
Sulzer, a proven crook, has been elected by the people of New York.
Something must be wrong when things of that sort can happen in these
civilized days. Tammany is bad enough but Sulzer is just as rotten.
Chairman Underwood says this is the lowest Tariff in seventy-five
years. If anybody tells you the United States can drop to it and not
''injure or destroy any legitimate industry," don't you believe him.
WASHINGTON, D. C, September
Whereas, 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 Banking;
Now Therefore,.!, 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 commence
the business of Banking as provid
ed in Section Fifty-one hundred
and sixty-nine of the Revised
Statutes of the United States.
In Testimony Whereof, 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, 13, 25, Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22,
29, Dec. 6, 13.
The Democratic newspapers are beginning to tell what must not be
expected from the new Tariff bill. But will at least one of them tell
what it believes may be expected?
The Democrats in Congress have spent six months trying to destroy
the Tariff system. Now they will try an experiment with the currency
The Free-Trader says he will soon get what he has been after for
fifty years. Yes, and he will soon get for fifty years what he doesn't
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