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How do you like the M.vrt News
Mr. James Tuthill, of Gregg A' Co.,
leaves Maul for the Coast today, via
Tho District Court at Wailuku 1ms
been running on full lime this week,
principally liipior eases.
The Mauna Loa, Kinau and Clau
dine all touched at Maui ports fro:n
Honolulu on Tuesday night.
Judge McKay has been at Nahiku
tJiU week, doing chores on his little
gugar plantation over there.
Polities' arc still in a fluid state
on Maui, but indications of crystalli
zation are beginning to appear.
, There have been heavy ruins at
iVailuku and on central Maui this
jveck. On Wednesday an electric
Mrs. G. W. Adams, recently from
the. Coast, came on Tuesday's Kinau
to join her husband. Mr. G. W.
Supt. of the Sprcckeit illc H. li. Co.
' POUND At the Skating Pink,
u white silk umbrella. (Jwner may
have sain-; by calling ut the NEWS
office, proving property and paying
for this tid.
The late sijmmer rains have large
ly supplemented the lack of labor for
irrigation on the plantations, and
there is promise, of a big crop of
sugar on Maui, next season.
Waikapu stream, where it crosses
the road frqm Wailuku to Maulaea
Bay was impassable for a while on
Tuesday, and but few hacks went
Out tq meet the Honolulu boats.
Messrs Kicker, Wellor and Tuthill
lia,yo completed the Gregg & Co.
pane-car contract at Iahului, having
Completed and delivered 8P.) cars
to Spreckelsvir.e and Kjhci planta
tions. Tlie Sprckelsville mill finished, grind
ing this year's crop lust nigt, the
total yield for the season being 18,7"0
tons. The mill will probably start
up on ne.t season's crop about the
fjrst qf December.
Mr, Grim wood, of G run wood &
Richardson', Honolulu, accompanied
'Jusjvircjc.ii'.io t Wailuku on
Wednesday's Maui tq spend several
weeks in the interests of the pro
posed power plant in Iao Valley.
During the month of September,
there was a precipitation of 8.17
inches of rain at Nahiku, the heavi
est rainfall on tho islands except at
one noir,t qn Hawaii whero there
Xwas; a. precipitation of 8.(il inches,
A democratic rally and luau were
had at Lahaina on Wednesday' even
ing, Hon. John Richardson presiding.
Pol. V, H. Cornwcll and Ron, F. H.
E(ayse!den were the principal speak
ers. A fair crowd was in atten
dance. , "
' Fo'. two Wednesdays in succession,
v. foreign mail has arrived in Hono
lulu and laid there for nearly a
week before bej.ig forwarded to the
o.thcr Islands. The United States
postal authorities should take- steps
to correct this matter v ithout de
The coud-,biirst on tlie mountains
caused tha largest amount of water
atj Honokawul that has been experi
enced there in tho memory of the
oldt inhabitants. At Lahaina, there
was but little vain, but the weather
has been very opprcbuivB fur the
past fevy days.
Mr,. W.T. Robinson, the deputy
wJloctor of taxes at Wailuku. has
been teRdtrl the appointment as
tax collect, r of Mjiui, to succeed C.
H. D'u key, resigned. Mr. Robinson
Is quite competent to fill the position
and his appointment will meet
w th general approval.
The old shanties, in 'hiding tho
Chlng Hou Restaurant, have this
week been removed from tho site of
the new Maul Drug Store, and work-
on the construction of the new build
jug will be commenced at once. Some
of the-buildings removed woro un
eier.t landmarks, having 6tood for
over forty years.
Last Sunday night, the Japanese
at Pioneer Plantation Mill, Lahaina,
cleaned out the quadruple effect
tinki and replaced all the heads and
man-hole plates. The next mornlug
at five o'clock, Mr. Chas. Serimger
went to inspect tho work with
candle. The gases which had formed
In the tanks during the night ex
ploded, and the sheet of flame which
Vushed out threw Mr. Serimger
Several feet, burning his bauds, face
nd body, so badly that wo will be
told wp foe some days,
The JSRW "SETTLEMENT.
Tlie Wailuku Sugar Company has
deeded and donated to the Hawaiian
Hoard of Missions 1 acres of laud
on Mam street, opposite the end of
Market street, for a Chinese Mis
sion and a new "Settlement", such
as is established in many places in the
States for educational, social and in
The frontage on M.un street will
be Kill feet, and the depth of tho lot
alxmt OIK) feet, following tho extension
of Market street. Fronting on Mai
street, will be the club room of the
Settlement, 20 by HI) feet, and adjoin
ing the club room will be the reading
room, 20 by 30 ft. A nuclcusof n library
now on hand, and this will be added
to, and a number of periodical papers
and magazines will be added. In tho
club room a number of classes
hi domestic, social and inuu.-itri.il
studies will be inaugurated, such
n lauhala work, music, and wliat-
;vcr else that will be interesting
This department will bo in charge
of a lady graduto of tlie School of
Domestic. Scienppg of Boston, who
will be supported bv the Hawaiian
In tho rear of tho pl-ib and read
ing rooms, will bo tlp kiudcrgnrdcn,
$2 by W ft. This s;hnol will be in charge
of a lady graduate of t.ie Armour
Kindcrgarden Training School of
Chicago, with one assistant, probab
ly a Hawaiian girl. Tho Wuiluku
Sugar Com pan v has donated $50
per month for the support of the
kindcrgarden. The size of th? settle
ment building will be 40 by 70 ft. with
veranda in front and a lanal on Mie
side. Mr. Charles Bridges has the
contract for the erection of the build
ing, which will cost about 13000, of
which $200Q have already been raised
Back nf the Settlement building
will bo a Chinese church and school.
The Chinese (if Maui have taken hold
of the work, enthusiastically and
have agreed to raiso tho money.
some $2500, necssary to erect the
church and school. This action on
their part is largely inspired by the
good work already done for them by
Miss Turner, and is a deserved trib
ute to her faithful and fruitful work
as a teacher in the Chinese Mission
School. Ah Mi, thp well known Chinese
merchant of Malcawao has headed
tho subscription list with a donation
of 100. On last Tuesday evening
nf tlin !tvnmiiwmt. Pliinier nf U.r!il-
ulfu held a mooting presided ovpr
by T. Alcana of Huelo. At this meet
ing, steps were taken to raise the
money for the Chinese Church and
School, aud resolutions expressing
their' appreciation of the generous
gift were adopted.
In tho rear oT the lot will be three
residence cottage, one for tho teach
ers, one ior tho Uhinese minister antl
one for tho Chinese teacher. All
nationalities will be cordially invited
to" share in thp Settlement work,
Including tho Club - room, reading
room and kindoi'gurden.
The Settlement will be a decided
acquisition to Wailuku in tlie right
direction, and its influences for good
Tho peoplo of Wailuku should unite
in lending their financial aud moral
support to the Settlement, and
strengthen as much as possible the
hands of the ladies who have under
taken this good work.
Salvation Army Festival.
From October 13 to November 1,
is the Annual Harvest Celebration of
the Salvation Army. Donations of
cash, or any thing that can be con
verted into cash would bo acceptable
during the Harvest Festival and
every one should try to give somo-
thing, for tlie Salvation lads aud
lassies are faithful stewards.
Oct, 1(5, inoo.
The Salvation Army.
Meetings will be conducted as
Wailuku. Sat. eve, Oct, 20, at
Wailuku. Sun. eve. Oct. 21. at
7:30 P. M. '
(Jail meeting at II a. m. & Junior
meeting, a. 3 p. m. every Sabbath.)
Wailuku, Mon. 22, at 2, 15 p. m
Band of Love.
This meeting is for children only)
Hamakuapoko, Tues. 23, at 7,30 p. m
Pauwela, Wed. 24,
Lahaina, " "
(in Wainee Church)
Kahulul, Thura. 2.", at 7,30 P. M.
Kilioi, Fi ll 2ti, at 3. P. M.
MS. H. BAMJJERRY
THE MAUI NEWS
For Delegate to Congress
Hon. SAMUEL PARKER.
For Senators, Second Senatorial
H. P. BALDWIN
A. N. KEPOIKAI
W. II. CORNWELL
For Hcprosontiitivos, Third Re
C. II. DICKEY
J. TIAPAT NUI
F. II. HAYSELDEN
D. II. KAHAULELIO
From serene heights, far above
the dut and turmoil of party politics,
the NEWSj has calmh- looked over
array of names submitted to the
oters at the coming election, and
the above is about the cream of the
The first dut y of tho citizens of
II iwnii at the coming election is to
select those best fitted to advance
the interests of the Islands, and for
that reason Hon. Samuel Pm-knr
hould undoubtedly be sent to Con
It is practically admitted that YYil-
ox would not bo able to accomplish
very much for us in Conm-ess.
wooden man would accomplish
juite as much us he. It is probable
that the next congress will be repub
lican, and that McKinloy will bo
elected. In that case no one would
for a moment arsruo that Hon Dnv.
id Kawananakoa would have tlm im'
fluenco or be ablo to accomplish a's
much in congress as Mr. Parkor. (
It may be urgod that in case the
democrats have a majority in Con
gress it would be better to send Mr.
Kawananakoa, That is doubtful for
iu that case, the prince if elected,
would probably be called upon to ac
complish tho impossible and would
waste the time which should be used
m promoting the interests of the -Islands,
in visionary political schemes.
This is a plain, practical, business
view of the congressional situation,
and, politics aside, probably, not one
man in ten wotihTquestion its sound
Precisely the same motive has sug
gested the selection of the above leg
islative ticket. If H. P. Tfoldwin
were a poop man today, but were en
dowed with the sterling mialitiis of
head and hoart which bo possesses,
and cquippod with practical experi.
enoe in public affairs as ho is, there is
no doubt but tl at he would lead the
whole ticket. True, he i possessed
ot millions, but he has proved a wise
and generous steward, and it is ad
mittedly true, as his past actions
have proved, that there is not a
man so poor or mean, on Maui who
may not tr-.:st Mr. Baldwin to repre
sent him in tho legislature.
Juage A. N. Kepoikai Ls a man of
fine nutural abilities, cultured, and
possesses a ripe experience in legis
New laws aro to be made, suitable
to our new conditions. By birth and
education. Judge Kepoikai is pecu
liarly fitted to grasp our' social stat
us in its entirety' aud his knowledge
of law and of men will render his ser
vices Invaluable to us In the next
Col. W. H. Cornwcll Is an old res
ident of tho Islands, who has been in
timately acquainted with their inner
history, through close contact with
the powers that be aud have been,
for many years past.
n accomplished parliamentarian
a skilled legislator and thoroughly
imbued with the new conditions and
needs of Hawaii nei, his udvico and
assistance In the next legislature
should go far to launch tlie Territory
successfully on its new era of Amer
It is with a fueling of regret that
tho name of Mr. T. B. Lyons is lelt
off our senatorial roll, for there I.
is not a more popular or deserving
young man on the Island of Maui
than Mr. Lyons. Had he been on the
representative instead of the senato
rial list, ho would have received the
support of this paper, but so much
is at stake in the legislative work
ahead, that the senators should be
ttrni of much experUni'oiu legislative
Mr. Lyons is a ris'ng young man
and in the years to' coine, we" hi' lie
io nave ine minor oi supporting t.iri j
ior any onice wnicii ni.-t e:;p.':-:c:i
yet to bo gained, may en!itl bi n.
Mr. Thomas Clark IhhIsh a can-lid-ate
for senator, However, he inform
ed the NEWS man thiit his ambit inn
is to gain the independence of the Is
lands. Upon being questioned fur
ther, he declined to state whotlier
he would rmtoro tlie queen hi
establish a new republic when he
made the Islands an independent
sovereignty, consequently we ivluc.
tantly left Thoimu off our list.
For representatives, the. ulxivc
list tells its ewn tory. John Rlohard
son and George Hons are lawyers,
and their services will be needed on the
judiciary committee. Mr Richardson
is a man of laro oxperiencc and
broad culture, and, understanding as
lie does that a new order of things
has coine to stay, lie will be helpful
i.j the. next legislature. Mr. Hons
one of the brightest men on the 1 -lund.
and by nature and education N
peculiarly fitted to do good work for
Maui and fo'r the territory. He is or e
of those men. in fact, whose dvfe it
would le a positive calamity to the
C. H. Dickey sho -ld by all
be sent to the legislature, as
doubtedly will. One of the most " se
rious questions for ,the next legisla
ture to decide will be flic -in a tier of
taxation, and Mr. Dickey is an ex
pert whose. services will bo needed
hi that direction.
J. Hapai Nuj is nn able, honest ntvl
capable man, whose work in the
egislature will be needed.
It is said that he way uppt'oaohed by
the republicans, but pi'iforwd ti
run on the democratic ticket. Tliv
(inly moral which Is to bo drawn from
this is that he Is a man in whom all
parties can trust, and that is lite
kind of nion wo want. Hon. F. I I.
Rayselden, who will probably be t -
looted, will be a valuable man in tho
legislature. He is closely in touch
with the inner life of the Islands, and
by experience und education will
be ablo. to do good work In tho next
Conscious of the rectitude of our
intentions, wo submit the above iist
to the. consideration of the voters of
Maui, honestly believing that in the
hands of such .men, the intero.-ts of
the Territory will be best subserved
.ue uepuuucnns i.oki a gran.
, i-, ... ...
rally at Lahaina on Saturday the
3th. inat. As night dvw near the
candidates began to arrive from all
over east Maui. Matt M Cann had
worked hard for two days getting
tlie grounds und platform road--.
Tho Speakers' stand and Luau
grounds Avero decorated with
American and Hawaiian flags. Tliu
front of tho Speakers' stand was
trimmed with . buat'mjf and ever
greens. Tlie meeting was a credit
to tho old capital as all the wealth
and intelligence of the District were
present. Tlie Speakers were D. H.
Kahaulolio, George Hons, Philip Pali
K. Nakila, Henry Long H. i.
Baldwin. Hon A. N. Kopiikai. and
Lawyov Davis. Hon D. Kahaulel'o
was chairman. The meeting -bowed
beyond a doubt that Lahninn will
give a Republican majority at the
Democrats preparing to shed tears
over the bier of the Hawaiian sugar
industry, if tho Philippines are jield
becomes a funny farce comedy In
view 'of 'the fact that ono'of the
Democratic foundation principles is
free trade' with all foreign cquntries.
As regards sugar, tliu Democratic
plan is to allow the sugars not 'only
of the l'hilipplnes and t iua to go
on the American market free of
duty but they would also Include
the sugars of Germany, Austria and
every other nation producing Peel
sugar or cano sugar throughout the
world. This Is the Democratic dm
trine and has been for tlie last forty
years. This party proposes to wipe
out the protection given American
Industry and American lalxirers un
der tho laws passod by t'-e Ropubll
can party. Bulletin.'
Wilcox made a speech at the ral
ifieation meeting of the Independent
on Wednesday evening thfit certainly
did his cause anything but good it
was a silly npcoch, most cgotislle und
disgusted even many of hl follower!.
A man who will male a Mpeeeh like
that in not fit to send to Washington.
He would bring diiseredlt to Hawaii.
His indecencies of speech" should bo
cabled by his friends,! fjU'wuii Pom
ocrat. - - .-
Fn'p Deleinte to Congress
Hon. SAMUEL PARKER.
Ho! 3irn top., 3: io:v.l Sjnatopiol
H. P. BALDWIN,
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
MAINEKI II. RE L" TEH,
Fop ReprcHentntlves, Third Re
J. K. NAKILA
C. II. DICKEY
D. II. KAHAULELIO
f'uft Delegate to Congress
II. in. DAVID KAWANANAKOA,
Foe iSenntorn, Gccond Seivitorlol
W. IT. CORNWELL,
T. B. LYONS
For Represontotivcs, Third Rc
V. H. HAYSELDEN
D, P. ELDREDGE
J.. HAPAI NCI
Ri:h-i;ucax Pakty Nomine
Quor.g Fung & Co, will close their
store, on October 1st., 1000. All
bills ngains- tne store must be sent
in at once as tho manager leaves
for China. October 10th. All persons
indebted to the Quong Fung Store
must call and settle at once, or their
accounts will he placed in the hands
of a collector.
. AH YOU,
, ' Manager,
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS,
On September 1st, the followin
regulations if. regard to freight
handled bv . the Juiluilui Railroad
Company, will go into effect.
1. No freight will bo received at
any of the depots unless 'accompanied
py a Shipping receipt, stamped as
the law directs. Blanks may be ob
tained of uny of the Station Agents.
2. No freight will be received un
less delivered at' dep-.t 30 minutes
before departure of trains.
3. Freight for shipment per S S.
Claudine" to Honolulu or wuy ports
must bcdcllvorecj 'at Kahulul before
noon of day of sailing, and freight fur
East Maul ports must bo-delivered
at Kuhulul bi fore U a. in. of sailing
day;-,. . . . ''.'
Kahulul Railroad Company.
" R, W. FILLER.
. ' Manager.
Kahulul, Maul. August 23rd V00.
Kula Corn Land.
A. .tract of linn corn land in Kula,
consisting of : 104 . itoros. now
ownod by L. Vim Tumsky imd
Low Tat Sun.
A vory low prire will bo aslcod
to avoid expense yi Court parti
tion and sale. Inquire of
DAVIS & GEAR.
Attorneys at Law.
Judd Building, Honolulu, H. T
....... , Your 'business in the
Wi H. KING
Corner Main & Markit Streets
Plans and estimates furni.shrd.
WAGON & CARRIAGE RF.PAIR1.N Q
First' Class. Material on Ha ni.
Cabinet Work a Specialty,
W. H. Kmc
Plumbers & Fice-Fitters
Materia! furbished lot
Conncct'on with City
lAatlLilM Maul, M. I,
G. MACFARLANE & Co., Ltd,
Pure American and
Seer & Wines
Ice Cold Drinks
Opp. .Wailulni Depot
WAILUKU, - - MAUI,
Matt. McC.vvn Pini'iiiKToii
American & Scotch Whiskey,
Beer, Ale and wine
1 Ice Cold Drinks. :
Lahaina, Maui U. I,
C Pcocock S Co:
GREEN RIVER WHISKEY
O. V. C. Special
PABST BtLR & TONIC
Yrarie Qrlnre1 & Roger
Prench Brandies and
and Toole i l ri e-s .
All -eadiri.$ Brands ,
PHONE 4 if HONOLULU
BRIDGE STREET HILO, HAWAII
Rainier Bottled Beer, of Seattle
C. Carpy 4 o., Uncle vSam Win?.
Cellars and Distillery, Nipa, Cal
Jesse Mocre Whiskey
Cream Pure Rye Whiskey
Long Life Whiskey
Lexington Club Old Bourbon Wh isko.
Walnu.tlne" . ,
J F Cutter's Whiskey
Moet 4 C'nandon White Seal Chara,
. pagnes .' ,
Kinder a Bsach