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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1914.
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THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, at second-class matter
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday.
Waul Publishing: Company. Limited.
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Subscription Rates, in Advance f 2.00 per Year, $1,25 Six Months
$2.50 por year when not in advance
V, L, Stevenson - - Bdltorand Vlanagar
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1914
CIVILIAN RIFLE CORPS.
THE news that civilians will be able to go in for rifle shooting and
use the range of the National Guards, is good to hear. The form
ation of civilian rifle companies will, naturally, follow, and com
petitions that will keep up the interest in shooting at the butts will
soon be started. The N. G. H. Company "I," in Wailuku, will have
a fine new range before long, if all goes well. The old range was
dangerous and it is thought that by constructing new butts in
Kalua Valley, interest will be revived in target1 shooting and that
civilians will also go in for the sport. Civilians can get rifles at factory
cost and ammunition is also furnished at cost price. There is no doubt
that many who do not care to join the N. G. H. will join the rifle club
In other countries the civilian rifle corps are a big feature and the an
nual big shoots draw competitors from all parts. The clubs are a good
idea, and nearly every able-bodied man learns how to handle a rifle
That, in itself, is a splendid thing, and counts for much when the un
fortunate time comes for men to defend their homes and families.
THE PEOPLE WILL ATTEND TO IT.
WHILE we all know there is ' uncertainty regarding the
future" in business lines and commercial affairs, there is one
thing, however, that there is no uncertainty about, and that
is that the people will promptly attend to that "uncertainty" at the
next election. So buckle on your armor, boys. Throw away all petty
differences and minor misunderstandings, rally 'round the flag and let
every lover of the great and good things brought about by real states
men of the past select from the common people another man of the Lin
coln school and triumphantly place him at the head of the nation.
Moravian falls (N. C.) Yellow Jacket.
The selection of E. C. Peters as head of the Oahu Baseball League is
a good one. Mr. Peters will stand for no nonsense and, in future,
there will be clean, decent baseball. In the past there has been a lack
of backbone on the part of the management of the league, and the con
sequence has been that "rough house" stunts have been pulled off from
time to time.
The three Maui men who achieved such excellent results in the
examination lately held by the Inspector-Instructor of the N. G. H
are to be complimented on their showing.
Maui money will flow in Honolulu during the next week or so. It
is to be hoped that some of the tourists who are attracted to Honolulu
will find time to pay Maui a visit.
riff is to put control of prices o
eign trusts which we cannot con-
force eggs out of cold storage
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a slogan iu Honolulu by the time
ill right, all right,
ut of their jobs
on Free-Trade guff
1 a chance,"
st wait awhile,
ps and the mills
bear it, boys,
ab that bill
Why Not Build
House, Store, Barn,
Shed or Fence, etc.
Send us a list of the
Lumber and we will tell
you how much it will
cost delivered to the site.
Kahului Railroad Co's
Tel. No. 1062. Kahului, Maui, T. H.