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WAILIKI. MAUL T. II.
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1 B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop.
MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON. BUS. I' ST. i
Saturday, Juno : : : 2.1. j
ft N'comca vn tbe I.-l iml cannot estimate or appreciate t lie
Ci- t b Miolit whwh L:iliain:ilun thus accomplished for Hawaiian boys
durv.iir its long iy.nl useful career. Tlv addresses by tfio alumni
at t he-1 1st annual oommoiiemnontt en, last Thursday threw a string
light, on the past of the instil utioa, and form the strongest argu
at'Sis which could bo ollored for an increased attendance at the
School. At no livne in tliv, history of Hawaii has a good English and
industrial edueajio.n for Hawaiian boys been so urgent as at the
juesent time, and no roasouab'e sacrifice on, the part of Hawaiian
parents vrivild bo too groat which should enable their sons, to take
a f ull course at Luhainaluna. 'Hie Nisws cordially endovscs the
the preseut faculty, and stmng ly uryes an increased attendance.
Pi There is not a sugar plantation on the Islands that could not
and should not establish a small experimental farm, in connection
with the plantation. The cost would be nominal, and with a prac
tical no. "Mi at the head would make rather than loso money by the
experiment, while the few acres devoted to experiment would
scarcely be missed. Suppose for ins,tanc.e that all the plantations
on Maui should cooperate iu the matter of vanilla bean culture,
oath devoting a small portion of land to its cuUw e with one. &up-ovintende-nt
to overlook ull the crops. The. plantations, without
feeling the burden of individual expense, would thus build a flour
ishing and profitable industry on Maui, in which, they would be
joined by many small landholders,
KK Some one has said that God might have erased a more deli
ctus fruit than the strawberry, but that He never did so. Tle
same might be said of a low poaches whioh are being ra.sed and
sold in t.h vicinity of Wailuku, They are simply delicious, and
taste like those raised "down on the farm," when we were a bare
footed boy. Tim cos j of choico poach scions on the coast is nomi
nal, and everyone has room lor at least half a dozen trees in his
door y.ml. A thousand such trees might be planted in tne vicin
ity of Wailuku, and every one might revel in the luxury of soft,
sweet peaches if some one had the energy and foresight to come
here and establish a nursery,
j The Boer war, the volcanic eruptions in the West Indies and
other matters have drawn the attention of the people away from
the Ilusso Japanese trouble, which has in the meantime developed
some very ugly symptoms, which are merely hinted at, but whioh
portend early trouble. England is now free from her colonial troub
les and ready for iresh ones A'ith her new ally in the orient.
Japan mderstands this, and is in the meantime building twenty
five war ships. Russia is ready for the scrap.and is simply waiting
for Japan to suggest a proper casus belli. A very few months
more will probably see something doinjjover there.
ij The American of fifty years ago was generally caricatured as
a dyspetic, narrow chested, hatchet faced eater of hot biscuits,
who was generally too busy to smile. Half a century has wrought
a wonderful change in our physical and social condition, which ex
plains why an American team of polo players recently defeated a
team of Britishers on their own soil, and also why -an American
jockey rode the English Derby winner to victory. Maui boasts us
fine and robust a class of young men as can be found on earth to.
day, and the Atjiletic Association may be developing world beaters.
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j5 The republicans of Maui have taken' the initiative in the 'mat
ter of precinct organization, and are preparing for the fall cam
Supposedly the democrats
their following is of Ihe same high
organization, about all of the respectable element on Maui will be
absorbed in the two parties. Then, as two years ago, Wilcox with
his home-rule broom will come along and sweep together a majority
f.t ignorant voters and capture all the offices. As Bumpanickel
would say, "Ain't dot a shamo."
'$L The Charleston World's Fair and the Buffalo World's Fair
each proved a financial loss to their subscribers,, although very
successful and beneficial institutions in other respects It does
not follow however that the St. Louis Exposition will be a financial
failure. Smaller cities cannot hope, however ambitions they may be
to escaxe paying for the luxury of a World's Fair, but first class
cities should make financial successes of these exhibitions, if the
right men are selected as managers.
jSj ' Brains and energy, rather than money, are needed to develop
' the many latent minor industries on Maui, which are simply wait
ing for the right people to come along and wake them to life.
Hundreds of energetic American families, each with but su'ull
capital, could come here, and by the use of only ordinary foresight
could find chances to make money at dairying, small farming,
i'ruk, pig and poultry raising.
2 Jury duty is often arduous and never pleasant, and the verdicts
of juries are always criticized by the losing side, but much is to be
said in favor of the panel of petit jurors at the present term of
court. Composed largely of Htwaiians, they are an intelligent and
ennsciencious tody of men, and deserve much credit for their
JS5 The combined drain of the bench and the jury on the"spiritual'!l
resoui'ces or Wailuku is exhaustive in its tendency, and the latter
f we fl wisely restricted, in order that the former shouid not run
short of the necessary consolation.
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. J. W. Knlua, Circuit Tudpe,
1... u. ( ri)n. :ieru cnvmnouri
Judtfo W. A. Moly Pit.Miitroto, Wailuku
" Kal 'iiil-lja. " "
" Jik-ini, " "
" l';;m:nii, " "
" Milium " "
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L. M. Kulilnln, Sheriff,
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V. K. SaiTury,
('. if I.imisry,
K r. t.ruscv.
J. K. V. nl imau,
W- T. Kobinson, T.a Assessor,
.i. jy. j. ivonia, uepiuy Assessor
C I 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,
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will soon follow suit, and M
class as that of the republican1
SIXTEENTH ANNUAL MEETINGS
July 4th and August 12th, 1902
Race$ July 4th.
Ono hundred yante dash. fi:aU'Uis
first pri'," ?25.ii).;,iH"ond H-?t? $10.
TO 11 A ESS.
Best two in three
bred, pprse s?r0.
, fur Hawaiian
Third: PONY RUNNING RACE.
H ilhnile dash, free for all, 14 hands
and under, purse ,"(.
Fourth : RUNNING R ACE.
One mile dash, tree for all,
Fifth: PONY RUNNING RACE.
Half mile dash, free for all, 1!
hands and under, purse $50.
Sixth: TROTTING AND PACING
Mile heats; best two in three, free
for all, purse ".
Soven'th : RU NNING RACE.
Thrc-fourth mile clash, Hawaiian
Bred, purse $.73.
Eighth: MULE RACE.
Half mile dasia, free for all, purse
Ninth: CORINTHIAN RACE.
Our mi'o clash, Members to, ride,
prize $40 medal.
Program subject to change
Entrios close June 27ih, for July races, and Aug. 5th for August
rac;s, with the Secretary, opposite Wailulcit Dapot.
D. L. MEYER,
Secretary Maui Racing Association.
Cuban Coin for Reciprocity.
Washington, June 11. The testi
mony given to-day before the Com
mittee on Cuban Relations hy F. B.
Thurber, showing that betweeuSSOOO
and $9000 had been paid out of the
Cuban treasury under the direction
of Governor-General Wood for the
promotion oT ihe effort to secure
reciprocity between the United Sta
tes and Cuba, caused a seusaiion in
the Senate to-day.
Sugar Awaits Turii? Cut.
Havana, June 11. An oflicial
report, just published shows that 721,
00 I ton were manufactured in Cuba
between January 1st aud June 16th
lastyeur. Two hundred and thirty
eight thousand tons were shipped
awav from thn Ulnd !nrl tha i-t-m iin.
deI. is buing ,lel( t0 awnlt the result
the movement to secure reciprocity
witT) the United States.
'"''Arrested for Treason.
LoNiitftfjuuo 11. Colonel Arthur
Lynch, wh'fc(fbught with the Hors
in Soutli Africa and who, iu November
last, was elected to represent Gal
way in the House of Commons, was
arrested this morning on his arrival
at New Havcu from Dieppe, France.
Colonel Lyush, who was accompanied
by his wife, was brought to London
and was afterward taken to the Bow
street Police Station.
A Political Row.
New Youk June 8. The Herald's
Washington special says: A' sensa
tional severance of the cordial rela
tions existing between President
Roosevelt and Senator Ilanua is the
possible result of charges filed against
Federal officeholders in Cleveland,
Ohio, by Representative Burton of
that district. The President is de
termined to investigate. Senator
Hunnu is strongly opposed, to such u
course;. Friends of both say u serious
break is threatened.
Cliicugo Strikers Win.
CuiCAiio, June 5. T'ie teamsters'
strike was settled at 4:15 this Wed
nesday rooming. The men gain recog
nition of Hie union. Tho scale agreed
upon averages 2 ceuts less than the
men demanded. All picket will be
withdrawn at once and the men will
return to work this morning.
Tho men secured the concessions hi
regard Vo hours of labor that were
Races Aug. 12th
First TROTTING AND PACING
Mile br-als, best three in five, fresj
for all, purse; $100.
Second: RUNNING RACE.
One mile dash, H iwaiian bred,
I urse $10'.
Third: RUNNING RACE.
Thr,'ij-fourth mile dish, free for j
all, purse f-100.
Fourth:.-TROTTING AND PACING
Mile heats, best two in three,
Hawaiian bred, purse $250.
Fif 1 h : RUN N I N G R A C E.
One mile dash, free for all; purse
Sixth: POLQ PON.Y RACE.
Half mile dash. Ponies that have
played in inter-polo matches. Own
er? to ride. Maui Polo Cup $150.
All races to be rjn or trotted un
der the rule." of t he California Jockey
Club and the National Trotting Afso
eiaUon. All riders and drivers to. appear in
At least four to enter, and three to
All horses are expect to start un
less withdrawn by !) o'clock a. m. on
the day previous to the race.
General admission, 50 cents.
Grand stand, mauka side, $1.00,
makai side, 50 cents.
Quarter Stretch Badges, $2.5.0.
Bids for the Refreshment Sud
privilege will be received by the
Senate Passes Philippine Bill.
Washinhtox, Juno 3. Shortly
after 5 o'clock this afternoon the
the Senate passed the Lodge Philip
pine government bill by a vote of 48
to 30. Three Republicau Hoar of
Massachusetts, Mason of Illincis and
Wellington of Mjiry!and.voted against
tho measure, and one ' Democrat,
McLaufin of South Carolina' voted
for it. All amendments offered by the
minority were rejected.
: Isthmian Canal.
Washin !Ton, June 4. The ques
tion of whether Nicaragua or Panama
will prevail as the route for the pro
posed canal is coming rapidly to the
front, and will be decided in a few
days, from the present outlook. Sen
ator Hanna and his lieutenants in the
Senate are active in behalf of Panama.
Honors for Kitchener,
London, June 4. It was announced
this morning that Lord Kitchener
had been created a Viscount by King
Edward. Lord Kitchener alsx has
been promoted to be a General.
Compromise Cuban Bill.
Washington, June 3. -Senator Die
trich of Nebraska, who stands with
the beet sugar interests in opposition
to the reduction of the dut on Cuban
sugars, as proposed by tho Republi
can members of the Senate Committe
on Cuban Relations, to-day intro
duced a bill on the subject, which he
thinks will be accepted as a compro
mise measure. It provides that the
differential ou refined sugor ilia 11 be
added to the duty on raw sugar, and
then gives Cuba 25 per cent reduction
from this increased duty.
Fist Fight in Fren:h Chamber of
Pahm, June 3. In tho Chamber
of Deputies to-day M. Delarchante,
a reactionary Deputy from the Coles
du Noul, exclaimed": '"Yes, you
Republicans are S A-indlers and trai
tors, und, in a way, foreigners."
A number of Republican Deputies
retorted hotlv, wher-upon M. Delai
chante added, excitedly; "And your
President of the Republic is a thief!"
A scrimmage, during which fisti
cuffs were exchanged, ensued, half a
dozen Deputies, including the Marquis
do Diou, M. Milievoyeand M. Meslicr,
takicg part la the figbtl&g. '
ENGINEERS, CONTRACTORS AN
Carpenter and Contractor
Plans and Estimates
Furnished on Short Notice
Office aud Shop in Giles Building
High St. . Wailuku.
P. E. LAMAR & CO.
Contractors & Engineers.
We solicit all kinds of construction
work, such as Railroad, Gov't
Roads,- Reservoirs, Ditches,
Wells, Tunnels, etc., etc.
P. E LAMAR,
Mem. Tech Soc.Pac. Coas"v.
J. A. HARRIS
Sign Painting, House Paint
ing, Paper Hanging and
Estimates furnished and mail '
orders for signs on any part of
Maul promptly executed.
SKATING RINK, Wailuku, Maui.
JAMES H. PAINTER
Scientific Horse Shoejng
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND
WAGONS BUILT, REPAIRED
SHOP IN OLD J. H. KING
BUILDING, NEAR CORNER
MAIN & MARKET STREETS.
Contractor & Builder
(Formerly Huad Carpenter at Klhe..)
Has located at Wailuku. Building
Contracts taken in all parts
of the Island. A large force
of skilled assistants always
P. O. Box 63 Tel. No, 203
R. R. CO.
And Dealer n
Wilder S. S. Co.
Terminals at Wailuku,
Paia. . . .
Wm. WHITE, Prop.
., Complete Stock
First Class Wines & Liquors
Primo, Seattle & Budweiser
T B. LYONS, Prop.
Ice Cold Beer
ALWAYS, f)N HAND
First Clas Wines & Liquors
Primo and Seattle Beer
Market St., (Adjoining old Meat
Macfarlanc & Co,
OrrosiTE WA-ppp, Depot
Wholesale & Retajl Liquor Dealers
Schlltz Beer lhat piao MUvnukeo fnmnui,
Anheuner Biiaeh & John Wielsnd New Brew.
O. P. S. Bourbon, Rye fi Sour-mush.
Old Gov!t,"Qld Pe'piw& Cape Horn WhlNlcoy,
Duffy's pure maltit Tweed's pure malt Whiskey
SpruanccSlnnloy's lamouHO.F.C.& Kcn.fnrorito
Celebrated John Dewar & D.C.L.Sootch Whiskey
p. C. L. Old Tom, Si London Dry, Honeysuckle
rja'.m Tree, & Pnln Boom Qln.
Honnesny'8 Brandy & Australian Boomerang
Kohler & Von Bergena wine & tho famous Ingle
nook wines, Q.H.Mumm & Co. ex-dry Champagne
"We make a specialty of shipping.
Matt. McCann Pboprietoh
America & Scotch Whiskey
Beer, Ale Wine-
Ice Cold Drinks.
Lahaina, Maui T. H,
Famous Bartlctt Water
The Best Medical and Table
Water in the World.
Bottled only at the celobrated
Bartlett Springs, Lake Cqun
ty, Cal,, without exposure to
Thousands of remarkable ppres
have been effected by this
DRINK IT AT HOME
LOVE JOY & CO,
Sole Distributors for th Territory of Hawaii
Corner Market and Wain St.
Wailuku, ' ! '' ' 'Maui
Rainier Eottled Beer, pf Seattle
C. Harpy & Co., Uncle Sam Win?
Cellar? and Distillery, Napa, Cal
Jesse Moore Whiskey
Cream Pure Rye Whiskey i
Long Life Whiskey
Lexington Club Old Bourbon Whiskey
J F Cutter's Whiskey '
Moet & Chandori White. Seal Cham.
pagnes - i
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