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THE MAUI NEWS. FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1916.
THE MAUI NEWS
ninr.l kl II, lout i it) ii at Wniliiku, Muni, IIhxvhII, hb i' onil cIubh mutter.
.1 hffullitan liiftr l ullnhrA in tht Intrtrst of the Teople
IwufA I'. fiy 'iiiiiy.
MAUI PUBLISHING COMPANY, IIMITE.D,
Proprlttni and Pulilithcra
Si hs. kit Hun Rati s, $2. Ml ii.m Ykak in Aivancr.
WILL J COOPE.il,
I In 1 1
EDITOR AND MANAGER
; MARCH .V l'Mn.
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Main as will as Hawaii will sutler stinm-dx il tin I nti r I slanil
Conip.uix i .ii in-, mil M, ..m n put (In- Manna Im ,i l.tiK I'M a nine ,i
wnk m hi diilr I lil jnoplc ale piuti sling, hut whither liny will be
a' lr In ,ii i I'lnph -Ii anx lluyg at lt m nt is ill aibl I ul. . 1 1 1 u i l1 1 1 tin- inii)
I', tiu i-i--i M i.ill a i innii in i. miii. .in. I has a iiliul mi in ) t v of in
Ul iilaii I business, I In u- is im Iiil.iiii.il lli.il max I appealed to in such
) I .IM I .III llll ,11 iUIIH lit lll.lt llll Wllk t lilt 11)11 In lift plolitahlc is lint
iiii.is--.iiI.iI.Ii-. p iiii.ini tin- business i. llir company taken as a xxholc,
X ii lK il a ir.isLii.il.U .in 1 1 1 This is a 'i mi i .li- tli. 1 1 lias nunc o he jic
iipli.lhx inmts ,in. piiblu sriiui i I'liiiin-Miiiis. And in ii w of tin1
1 1 1 1 1 r i i i.i 1 1 1 i s ni a iii II i ii i il.'ll.n s ul sin plus, ail iii form nl' astiuk
i'i iilriiil . llu- i iiii p,i 1 1 last wnk, ami tin- l.ut that its shares liar
I'irii held ,ti iMfii lit, in double tin i l.ut' xaluc Im a Ii turn-, it ran
scaicilx 'li ,nl tliat it is tliu .iti iii il with I'.inki iiili' . Tlir Inli-r Island is
in 1'iisiiuss in vt i i' ilu' 'iii. Ih as w ill as tn pax dix idcnds. If tin- mix ice
is nut i ( l; 1 1 1 . tin- public has a xcix alnl nc,ht to demand that il be nudl
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.('('.vNi, .inr.u mi: vi...'c.v com tout.
I hi' I lavs an f una Club, w Im Ii lias nisi hcc,un Us second x rar of i
isU iii i-, should mi an nun h ti tin- Islands as a xxholc aiul great ili'al more
tu Maui in pai tu ulal . I'or in the iuut xx.rtcis imi tin- In- siilf ul this isl
and unc (isliuiii is at its lust. Tin' devotees of light t.uklc fishing form
a larc,e group of niainlaiiil spoi isim n and snu tsw otiu n. and they an- be
ginning in learn ul what Hawaii has tu 1 1 r in wax of thi -ir faxoritcdi
i-r-.ii hi. flu. iv- is im iiusti,in that they xxill. in a fcxx x cat's, form a xcry
considerable colony in tin- Islands, and it Maui is willing tu take a little
trouble this island should be llu- ecnti r ut this colony. Some attractixe
timiislud beach cottages mar l.ahaina. xxltiih these tourists might rent,
xxuuld 1'iut'at'lx 1 ivl m tins dirvi tiuti. aiul at tin- satiix- tinii- l'i- an x'Mil
Knt in isiniiiit. IM" iuiusi- xxx- mill mhho iduix- xx harx x'.s.hut iuasiiuuh
as thi'si- tishi-r-tulk arc nut afraid uf tin- water, thx v an- the uius least
a't tu he kept a xx ax on am'iiut uf puur laudms.
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HALT.. IK. II. J J X.l TtOX.ll. '. IKK.
lliliakala xxill he a part uf the threat natiunal park xenl. if the
hill nuxx 1'i fuie eui'.t;ress U eumes a laxx . It seeiiis unlx a matter uf
ii'iie until Kilauea and Mauna l.ua xxill be funned into siull a park, and
taat I la eaka.a is nuw innuded in the same i ill shuuld he a matter ul
eunvalulatuMi. '1 he lluiise eumnutiec xxhuh nuxx lia? the lall under
adxisiinent. seents trieud'.x, 1'iit wants tu he sure that there is no pti
xaleniier m the xxuud pile t'efure it reports. Il would seem tu l'c en-
lire l proper and limelx tor the Maui chamber ot commerce to do xxhat
it m ix toixaids svtilmy such doubts, fur if our mountain becomes a na
tional paik. it will probably follow that most of our present problem.
conccrnm;; loads and f ails and rest hoiisis xxill be permanently solved
8 W St
lhe Honolulu chamber of commerce is aiiam oundiiii; the nuest
ion, '"what can be done for the soldier", and is asking the soldiers
themselxes to answer. Most of the replies indicate that the men
would like to be treated like men, by civilians. Hoxv they can expect
this when the army system is such that they can't ct recognition from
tlieirown otticcis, except with quaht nations, is difficult to see. I'or
instance, the maid or matron xxho xxould make friends of soldiers, has
her choice of olliecrs or enlisted men but she can't mis the txxo social
ly.no matter bow democratic her feelings. Of course, the system i
decidedly un-American, and vx i!l continue to le one of the bijcst stum
I'liii blocks to making the army juipular in the country. xxliich may
nut be an unmixed blessing.
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It Maui is tu iiave a cunty fa.r next tab it must be a pcL-'s
lair, else it cannot be a success. R-.it j.oi'tc'iH.K must take the lead, and
the clumber uf commerce has most properly si.eii fit to call a nKetl't.
I or t.i'ic 'i ruw afternoon in order that tic I'U'po.si'.iun max be d'.scuex!
The iaeetin;j is not just a a 1 1 c r i i ' g of lb.- nicm-'crs -eer.'oil. w h
is interested ar.d can do so, is expected to be present The chamber
dues not propoe to ''run" the tair- nor should anv o:e -jruup or oi.m
of a'l Mai
I'lrmitted to do so. W hat is needed is the heanv coivrati
and then success is a foregone conclusion.
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We do not recommend our board i'f supervisors to look to llu'.'1
iulu fur suggestions as to hoxv to handle county finances. 1'rum thi
distance il appears that the C'abu board has wallowed in a tunc of e.x
. . . i . i i i i . , . . , .
uaxa"aiicv unui ii nas I'ecome so mvoivco mat. exiricat'on 's iiop.-ies.s
xviihout aid. It i therefore how liny tor the Territory to pul! it out of
t.X" tinancial slou-jli t'iroii''li an extra scs.sio;i ut V.'x Iciislaluic. It isii t
a pleasant pio.spcct, and it certainly reflects no credit I'poii the me:t"p
lis oi tlie Territorv.
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I'rivate I.ahiuoks vas drunk, lie attempted to enter a disreputable
In aise in ILoiiojiilu. Private Henderson, on jjuard dutv, placed him un
tier arrest. L.abrooks ran, and Henderson shot him in the neck. He
will probably d'e. Henderson was probably obeying orders, and the man
who is.sued the orders will probably not be brought to task - he was en
lurc'my a system of discipline. Some svsteus of discipline hu'l luima')
Ii le as v erv cheap.
H H H tS K
According to all reports Maui s princess in the floral parade in 11"
jiolulu, 'a.st week, w a one of the mu.-t admired leatuies of ihe br' i a '
cant. Mi.s.s L'.ileu Copp, mounted on Angus Mcl'hee's magni i icent pacer
lcnei"vo. with her coi'ps of attendants), .'resented a most striking sj.ii.ia
cle. It costs, some little trouble and cXcnse to be thus lepiesented mil l
wan' s sjreat carnival, but there are tew who feel that the labor and mon
ey are not well spent.
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A die-s rehearsal oi the (Juccn Rsther cantata is to be held tins ev -eii'iig
at the Community House. The pc r l ormaiicc, which is "lie i t ic
ini.'.a aml.'itiou.s e er tmderiakeii bv amateur talent on Maui xsill tuke
place on Satnrdav. March 11. Ui rector Harry Washburn Raldwm a
the meml'eis oi the C'horal Club deserve much credit tor what they arc
accmplishing towards promoting music in the comuiuniiv.
The Special meeting of the Maui Clumber of Commerce winch is
to be h,;ld in the Di.strieiCourt-rooin, W'ailuku, on Saturday. March 1
xxill convene at 1. 30 1'. M. and not 2 I'. M as heretofore announced.
Remember: 1. 30 1'. M.
Not (inly members, but ALL, citi.eiis interested in the proposition
of holding a County Fair on Maui during th" coming summer or fall
are earnestly requested to attend and express their views.
L 11. Case
Secretary , Maui Chamber of Commerce.
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