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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916.
THE MAUI NEVAS
Entered at the Tost Office at Wailuku, Maul, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Friday.
MAUI PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED,
Proprietors and Publishers
Subscription Rates, $2.50 ter Year in Advance.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO'S
WILL J. COOPER,
EDITOR AND MANAGER
JULY 7, 191(.
WHY THE IAO VALLEY ROAD IS NOT REBUILT
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Honolulu visitors and others who would fain see the beauties of
lao Valley from the cushions of a luxurious touring car, will keep on
faining for a long time if they wait for the County of Maui to rebuild the
washed-out valley road. At least, this is the attitude of the county sup
ervisors at the present time. County Engineer Cox states that to build
a bridge across the stream below Kapaniwai and to gouge out a drive
way iii the vertical basalt cliff on the north side of the valley, will cost
some $70,000; while to do away with the bridge and keep the road en
tirely on thlp south side will cost something like $30,000. And the coun
ty hasn't the money, nor apparently the inclination, to spend it if it had,
o'n a bit of road that has almost nothing but scenery to warrant it.
Most of the county officials take the attitude that it will be up
to the next legislature to help out in this project. This, by the way, is
along the lines of the "territorial roads" plan advocated by the Civic
Convention two years ago ; a plan which will probably have to be
adopted in some form or other, sooner or later if the best interests of
ti, Tinnc na 3 tr.nrUt rpsnrt are to Unconsidered. Iao Valley is a
rase in ttoint. and the Halcakala road is another. It will be a long
time before Maui County will be warranted in assuming the burden r
cither of these projects, though the Territory needs them badly ngl
i ..! ....-;L.t nriiwltlnn must mmp to considered
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a territorial matter from start to finish, and not merely territorial from
an advertising standpoint, anu local wnen u (.units iu .n.nnS u.- n,
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ASSURANCE OF MAUI'S FUTURE
The completion of Kahului harbor is now assured. The con
j-.- m;tw r,f rv.tio-rp has nassed the $250,000 for the wes
nlv a mattrr of routine now till the
I'resident will sign the rivers and harbors bill of which it is an item
and tenders for the actual construction be called for. When this work n
,j.,t Mi; ,..:n liavp a harhor that will be absolutely safe foi
MJllll'll l.Vl inawi . ... ....... . ... ,
tlirr And it wi 1 have space tor
wharves that it is certain in time to come will be utilized, lnetu
. r u :: :.. 1,,,,,,t ,,r in rlevelnnments on Oahu : and Maui
lure oi iidniiii is i""" "i - i
with a perfect harbor, will be in line to take advantage of the trade that
:.. Vrvt ttiQt tti nresent need for the breakwater is not
urgent, because in fact, present shipping facilities are entirely inad
i,... ,u; ;n,mmi.nt Kaliulii'i harhor will be in a iosition
equaie. iui wuu mis mii'iw. - - , -. ,
to develop as occasion demands and business will be stimulated instead
of retarded ,as has been the case in me pasi.
The present board of commissioners of public instruction has made
rv fa r rerord thus tar. but it IS gelling on utduiduui
i. tl A n-.-Hler of SUM tCl'
moment to cause a quarrel in the board is of importance enough for the
nublic to know. Besides, the public school system touches the people
'. ,-..t i i.. on, rtlipr rlpnartment of the covernment
lust a nine muic ciustij ui ' . ., , " . .. . .
: : ,;u, ti,f.ir riTht and dutv not Drivilejre to know intimate
tillU 11 13 ItlldmiJ n.v.. j
ly the details of what is heing done in it.
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Despite the fact that there was no restriction on the sale of liquor
throughout the day, on the rourti. oi ju.v, uk.c uut v
iir.M.fi... . u'i,.,i; fr HrnnVrnness. If there was dnnking going on
wauunu ui 1-t.inuiui .w. v.-
therta was certainly little evidence of it among the big crowd that at-
Id seem that licople are
lenaea tne rates uui ins " " , (;i.iv
setting more sensible than they used to be, and do not need to be forcibly
restrained from making loots oi uienihcivca .a -
t- ,r nurplv a nersonal matter as to how the Rev. George
in. o v,!o ncripnrp with his bible on military mat
L,auirnton, oi nuo, siiuciico ma -"..ov...." - - -
Ters, but i is a matter of public gratification that he takes his new y ac
. ' . ... i .i. ...:,:f it r If all our naturalized citi
ouirea ciuzensnip m mc ? - - - - - , ,
ins took the same proFr stand there wouldn't bt any question of hy
phenated Americans to vex us ai uic i....
It is proper for the territory to build a road into the crater of Kil-
auea and a boulevard up Tantalus, but when it comes io u m,
?oad up Iao Valley or up Haleakala for the benefit of the tourist it is
lelv in to Maui County. At least this would sem to be the mference.
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th Kauai chamber of commerce are
taking exactly the right course to make ti .rest o the t-" oy behee
there really is some deep, aarK mystery
apioint the Browns to the vvaimea s,tnuui juu3.
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mmnPr' iurv at Hana fixes resixinsibility on the engineer
train inmned the trestle last week, causing the death of six.
.. . ' ' ti, prHi.-t will nrobab v cause no
tSince the .engineer is one ui mc oi-v mv ,
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The cb'ar stub that set the Postoffice awning afire must have been
imported stock. No Hawaiian toDacco m uiai. wv.w .
Won't Hamakua tobacco burn at all?
Letters To The Editor
Editor Maul News:
Your viewpoint on the position of
the teacher ia Interesting because it
emphasizes how little slKniflcance Is
Kiven to the Importance of the teacher
by the average person, -a fact to be de
plored. I can see no comparison, myself, be
tween the "bookkeeper, clerk" etc.
and the teacher; but granting your
contention that one Is as vital as the
other, and require no different consid
eration, let me remind you that such a
worker, as mentioned, is protected by
the choice afforded him of competing
employers. This same protection
county government would give the
You must like a man to get the best
out of him.
There has been, so far as I have
heard no question of efficiency in the
case of Mr. and Mrs. Brown nor of
th manv who have been harshly
i.,nit with hu th rlpnartment. It
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nrnnlri Tint tlft 11 n TPS HOnil DIB IO iDjnM
ihat the Normal School is where the
sovcre nrunine should take place.
It seems like poor judgement to
send forth as a teacher any wnose
ability is not conclusive ana uiereanei
anhmii him tn a. checker-board exist
ence or hang a sword over his head.
Once accepted in the service every en
couragement should be given mm.
Sympathy with any criticism would
work wonders. The most earnest eff
orts of the department to progress the
schools will avail little without the
goodwill of the teachers and this can
not be obtained by harsh methods.
At present each teacher feels that
the department has a particular
grudge against him and a keen desire
for his scalp.
Unless the board tempers Its zeal
by a little knowledge of human nature
I can see no hope of the cloud lifting
and when the storm breaks the County
will have to come to the rescue.
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