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TIIK MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1914 5
Tim following communications
anl n solution are indications nf tlit
nttim le of tin people of tlie County
of .Maui on the. bond issue question :
Wailuku, Maui, April 20, 1914.
To the Cliairman of the Republican
County Committee for ami
within the .County of Maui,
.Sir: At a "special meeting of the
Democratic' County Committee fur
ami within the County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, hehl on the
ism oay oi April, iu, i was in
structed by the said committee to
notify your committee that the said
Democratic County Committee had
appointed II. C. MosMnan, Esq.,
T. IJ. Lyons, Esq., Morris K.
Keohokalolc, Esq., J. II. Raymond,
Esq., and Patrick Cockpit, Esq., as
a committee to meet and confer
with a like committee selected from
your committee, or from among the
members of the Republican party in
said County, upon certain import
ant matters pertaining to the ap
proaching special election to be
held throughout said County, on Sat
; unlay, the 27lh day of June, 11)14,
' on the question of the issuance by
said County of Maui of County
Bonds, in the aggregate sum of
$119,000, for certain public im
provements, and particularly as to
the plans and details of a campaign
to be carried on therefor. I was
also instructed by said Democratic
County Committee to respectfully
request of your committee early ac
tion in this matter, so that, should
your committee appoint such a com
mittee, a meeting might be arranged
between the two committees within
the next ten days, or sooner if
Awaiting an early reply,
I beg to remain,
Yery respectfully yours,
MANUEL C. ROSS,
Secretary, Democratic County
Wailuku, Maui, T. II., April 28,
Manuel C. Ross, Esq.,
Secretary, Democratic County
Sir: 1 am instructed by our
committee to reply to your letter of
April 20lh last, in which you invite
I the Republican County Committee
! to join your committee in making a
I campaign favoring the issuance of
i County Ronds by this County in the
aggregate sum of $119,000, for cer
1 tain public improvements, and I
j am advised to say that the proposed
i bond issue under the laws of the
: Territory is a purely non-partisan
, matter, and for that reason the
precedent established at a former
plebiscite, when both political part
ies refrained from making political
capital of the same will be faithful
ly observed by the Republican
County Committee in this instance,
and that this Committee will not, in
any manner, use its party organiza
tijn to induce voters to line up one
way or the other, whi ther for or
against the issue, but will leave the
question entirely and uncondition
ally to me gooti judgment oi tlie
VUll.irc iitu nun, an ai uuijdiuciu-
tions or party obligations as repub
licans or otherwise.
Yery respectfully yours,
Secretary, Republican County
Wiieijeas, ihe Organic Act con
tains a provision for the issuance of
County Bonds, in pursuance of
which the Legislature of this Terri
tory during the Session of 1913,
passed an Enabling Act, No. 117
Session Laws, empowering the
Board of Supei visors of the counties
of this Territory to take the initi
ative in such cases by issuing a pro-
Ami Viii-:iii-., the Roard of Su
pervisors of tin- County of Maui in
accordance with the said law issued
a proclamation on the.. ..day of
April tor a plebiscite to be. .,1 ,
voted upon by the voters of this
county on the 27th day of June.
A. D. 1911. the said t,l,.,i.!t.. I.,..
ing for the urposc of issuing bonds
in the sum of $119,000, for the
purpose of the following improve
ments within the County of Maui,
1. Improvement of Makawao
Water Works r.O.oOO 00
2. Improvement of Wailuku
Water Works 13.H00 00
3 Construction of Re-inforced
Bridges on the Maui Belt Road in
the IIan: District 22,000 00
4. Construction of Section of
Belt Road from Kihei through Wai-
steads 12,000 00
5. Completion Belt Road from
Kaiue to Kahakuloa....
Flat 5,000 00
G. Construction of Women's
Ward and Cottages at Kula Farm
and Sanitarium 10,000 00
Total $119,000 00
Axu Wiikkkas, there is no pro
vision in said law for defraying the
necessary expenses incidental to the
conducting of a campaign of educa
tion, (which this committee deems
necessary owing to the fact that this
is the first attempt at taking ad
vantage of the said law) the burden
of expense must rest upon the citi
Asn Wiiekkas, this committee
realizing that an organization only
can assume such a burden as is
necessary to properly present the
subject to the citizen voters in such
form as to insure its fullest Toinpre
bension and appreciation by the
said voters, and being actuated only
by a sense of patriotism, and devoid
of any political ambition whatso
ever; this committee in the spirit of
its sacred duty to the body politic
and in support cf the Republican
Legislature and the Republican
Board of Supervisors of this county
who are alone responsible for the
said law, volunteered to co-operate
with the Republican County Com
mittee and together work to the end
that the said law might be without
prejudice to either party, properly
presented to the said voters of the
And Whkukas, the said County
Committee of the Republican Party
declined to act with this committee
for divers reasons, therefore;
Bk It Resolved, that this o m
mittee do hereby constitute itself a
committee of promotion, to act
without political bias or prejudice;
to invite all citizens irrespective of
creed or political attiliation to act
with it in conducting a campaign of
education in re the said plebiscite;
to ascertain the correctness of the
published statement of Senator II.
A. Baldwin that four of the items
of the said plebiscite were not need
ed, but were inserted therein by the
Board of Supervisors as a political
sop to catch votes; to pledge our
sincere and hearty support to the
said Board of Supervisors and ap
plaud them for their courage and
devotion to their sworn duty to
enact such legislation as will insure
the people of much needed improve
ments and promote prosperity in
Am Be It Fuutiieh Resolved,
that this committee believes that
political organizations if actuattd
by a desire to serve all of the people
i instead of some of the people at all
times, can be honest and can be of
great public hum-lit if the leaders so
A large crowd is anticipated at
the baseball game Sunday to witness
the opening of the senior league.
Mrs. A. E. Brune arrived from
Honolulu this morning, alter an
absence of three months in the city.
Dr. Ian MaeLaren, graduate of
St. John's College of Medicine in
London is spending a few days in
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Swimming seems to be quite in
order these warm days, and many
people seem to be taking advantage
of the occasion.
Rev. Father Justin, of Wailuku,
returned on Tuesday from liana
where ho has been visiting Rev.
Father Charles of llamoa.
At the Fancy Dress Ball last Sat
urday evening, Johnns Sabey look
ed cute as an actress from Oskaloosa.
A. J. Fernandez as a Turk won a
lot of praise.
Mr. Geo. II. Cummings has re
signed from the position of mana
ger of tho All-Maui baseball team
and W. S. Chillingworth was "selec
ted as his successor.
Will J. Cooper has been appoint
ed editor and manager of the Maui
News succeeding Y. L. Stevenson,
who has resigned to take up re
portorial work in Honolulu.
Company "I" First Infantry, N.
G. II., Capt. Kaae, turned out in
numbers to a practice drill Sunday
last. The soldier boys say the Mex
ican muddle had nothing to do
The Baseball card for Sunday
afternoon, May 3rd, is as follows:
1:30 p. m., Junior Ijaguc teams
Gymnasium vs. Chinese. 3:30 p.
m., Senior League Puunene vs.
George Cummings has been un
animously elected Coach for the
Wailuku team. He has been meas
ured up for a brand new suit, and
will be seen on the firing line
shouting his head off.
Kaumntm Wine is a product cf the
"liig Island," and is absolutely pure. J.
G. Serrao is the wine expert of Hilo and
his winery is famous all over the group.
Kauiuana Wine may be obtained from
all dealers, or direct from the winery.
All of the property of the late S.
Yamasake were sold at auction last
Saturday afternoon, at Paia. The
auctioneer, W. O. Aiken, proved
quite proficient at his business, and
the Estate is quite ahead on account
M. G. Pascboal has just given out
the report that he has Sunday's
game in his pocket. A careful
search through his clothes failed to
disclose this fact, so that therefore
his bunch will have to play nine full
The idea has occurred that Tao
Yalley would bo the logical spot to
entertain the Civic Convention this
Fall. What better location could
be selected than the natural panora
ma which presents itself in this
Dr. W. R. Boote, a familiar fig
ure in Wailuku for the past fifteen
years, left for Louisiana last Mon
day night, at the urgent request of
his mother, who cabled him to the
effect. This is Dr. Boote's first trip
away since his arrival from the
There will be a Fair at St.
Joseph's Church, Makawao, to
morrow. The - anniversary of the
dedication of the church will then
be celebrated. The Fair will open
at 10:30 a. m. and will continue!
all day. The Paia band will be in
The business of the Maui Vulcan
izing Ci., Ltd., has not been taken
over by John Cabral and Amos C.
Mozetti as stated in the Weekly
Times of April 30, 1914. The old
reliable Maui Vulcanizing Co., Ltd.
wants all your automobiles and vul
The tip has been given out from
the sheriff's ollice that Clem Cro
well will be at the baseball grounds
Sunday afternoon, and will arrest
any one trying to steal bases. Ik
will also have his eye on any
sneaky catches made by Maxwell,
the star centerfielder of the Wailuku
."some three months ago quite a
fow young men in Wailuku go! to
gether, and decided to start a new
moving picture show house. The
building was to le put up on the
Goodness property on Market
Street. S far, the old buildings
have been torn down, but the lum
ber lias not even been cleared off,
Matsubara, the Wailuku tinsmith,
while speeding along Market street,
on a borrowed motorcycle Saturday
last, ran into Furukawa's horse and
huguy at the turn up Main street.
So great was the force of the im
pact that one of the handle bars
pierced his side and lung, from
which injury be died the day after-
Maui members of the Ad Club
have received an invitation to attend
the Schofield Fair early in May.
The invitation is gotten up in the
usual neat form which characterizes
Jim Levcnson, Chairman of the
Excursion committee- This man
Levcnson is surely some live wire.
Maui would like a few men of that
An effort is being made to per
suade Mr. Harold Rice to retain bis
position as head of the Maui base
ball league, but with no success as
yet. Mr. Rice thinks a -ball player
should hold down the job, while
some of the boys think they need a
business man of Mr. Rice's caliber
at the head to keep things going in
Mr. Al Castle has written to II.
W. liiee proposing to have the Cal
ifornia team play a series of games
on Maui. The Maui Athletic As
sociation has accepted the offer. It
is planned to have the Californians
play on the Maui diamond first be
fore playing in Honolulu. The vis
itors are expected on Maui the end
of this month.
Mr. F. C. Correa, the ivell known
Kula ranchman, who has been suf
fering for sometime with failing
eyesight and of being out of sorts gene
rally went to Honolulu recently and
laid up at the Queen's Hospital for
treatment. It was found that he
was suffering from pneumonia, gall
stones in the bladder and appendi
citis. He will remain in the hos
pital for medical treatment which
will include one or more surgical
The Claudine wharf was rather
crowded last Sunday afternoon, the
occasion being tlie departure of
quite a few people per S. S. Manoa.
Among those who left weicC. 1.
Lufkin, who goes to the Mainland
for a bix weeks trip. John E. Gar
cia, who goes to attend the Forester
Convention in San Francisco, also
the Springs for the benefit of bis
health; Mrs. J. E. Gannon and
two children; Dr. C. R. Cravalho,
who goes to complete his course in
Dental Surgery, at San Francisco;
J. F. Jordan, a San Francisco trav
eling salesman, and II. B. Penlial-
low and W. A. Baldwin, the latter
two making hurried trip to Hono
From Bad to Worbe.
Ileniumnduaw'ti face wore a worried
"I'm in trouble," he satd. "I don't
seem to be able to get up early lu the
"Why don't you got yourself a nice
little alarm clock'" tho head book
"I did. but I didn't hear the thing
when It went off."
"Then why don't you get a big one?''
"I did that, too, mill It made me lose
too much time."
"Mado you lose time'"
"Yes. It rang so loudly that It
awakened the man in the next room,
and he beat me to the washroom."
Why Do They Do Thii?
Miss Prim (who Is forty-one) Yes, 1
was thirty only last week. Think of
it! Tho caller (aged thirty-seven, with
a charming Insincerity) Ilea r me! 1
couldn't have guessed you were more
than four years my senior. 1 will be
twenty-live next month. Cleveland
Life's Fitful Fever.
"Terrible times these. The books
aren't fit to read, and the plays aren't
fit to see."
"Yes, and, as usual, my wife hasn't
a thing fit to wear." Louisville Courier-Journal.
Fair Worshiper What is that sad,
sad air you're playing, professor? The
Professor" I"at Iss lleethoven's '-Farewell
to the Piano." I see dose install
ment people coining mit der van. Puck.
Frequently the Way.
"It seems to me that he made a very
"Yes, und did you notice he made
very little uol.se about it?" Chicago
If you would learn the value of mon
ey go and try to borrow some, for be
that goes a-borniwiiig goes a-sorrow-lug.
lien jam! u Franklin.
Telegraph News of the Week
HONOLULU, Apr. 29. Palmer Woods has been named by the
Department of Justice to succeed the late Marshal Hendry.
Barron is out of the running for the post mastership, and a man
from South Carolina is probably to be appointed.
'Ihe Japanese Merchants Association will try and put an end to
the Tatiimoehi evil in these islands.
T. H. Petrie declares that Honolulu will not be affected by the
Church Bill, as the measure does not apply to the Honolulu Consoli-'
dated Oil Company.
Carter and Hohdy have been re-appointed to the Board of Health.
Captain Campbell, of the Inter-Island Co., succeeds Fred Smith, who
CITY OF MEXICO, Apr. "J!). Archives of tlie British Embassy
will today be turned over to the Brazilian Minister by Sir Lionel Car
den. Hishops in Mexico have issued instructions to all clergymen to
preach against invasion of Mexico by American forces.
DENVEB, Apr. 28. Colorado citizens have volunteered to resist
strikers. There is much fisihtinu
three wounded yesteiday.
ECCLES, Apr. 28. Deadly
An explo.-ion of coal dust formed
WASHINGTON, Apr. 28.
martial law, has been established
Chicago and City of Mexico lawyer, has been named Governor. Gen
eral I urn-ton is in command of the tioons. Several refugee trains are
reported as ready to leave the City of Mexico.
GALVESTON, Apr. 28. Smallpox has been discovered here
among the refugees. A 1 is reported
LOS AN'OELES, Apr. 28 Freddie Welsh was given the decision
over Leach Cross last night.
VERA CRl'Z, Apr. 28. The Consul is investigating a report that
six Ameiicans have been executed at Vesamalespan. .
HONOLULU, Ai.r. 28. Marshal Hendry left an estate valued at
if-Ki.OOO. 'The bulk of the inonev
The Attorney General recommends that the charges against Mc
Cain be dropped.
Judge ('ooper denies that Captain Pultz threatened to put liim in
irons aboard the Lnka. Young Cooper, however, says that the voyage
to the Souib Seas was not without rows.
WASHINGTON, "Apr. 27. Diplomats think that the propos-d
mediation of the South American Republics in the Mexican matter
will do no good. Huerta announces that be accepts Wilson's
Foreigners in Mexico City are now not being molested and
arrangement have been made for them to leave. 'The rebels and fed
erals are lighting in Tnnipico. At Laredo ten are dead and twenty
wounded, as result of clash on the border.
'The bearing on the Canal Toll Bill closed yesterday.
DENVER, Apr. 27.--'Three towns are attacked by strikers with
machine guns. Louisville U in flames and two men were killed when"
guards and strikers met. "
WASHINGTON, Apr. 27.-- President Wilson applies to Rocke
feller to put an end to the strike in Colorado. 'The war department
has been requested to send troops to Trinidad.
General Funslon will command the marines at Vera Cruz. The
marines have been detached from the Navy.
VE11A CRUZ, Apr. 27. Huerta has taken control of the Tehu-
an tepee railroad.
TOKIO, Apr. 27. Japan has decided to exhibit at the Panama
Fair next year.
WASHINGTON, Apr. 26. The Ambassador from Brazil and the
Ministers of Argentina and Chili yesterday offered to serve as medi
ators in the difficulty between the United States and Mexico. Huerta
accepts the proposition. A mob has been storming the American Con
su'ate at Mazatlan.
TOHREON, Apr. 20. Villa requests the United States to hold
Vera Cruz until be can advance on the Cit- of Mexico.
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