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G. 6. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop.
MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr.
?$ rthei'er fs no particular reason why Wniluku should not give u
two or three v'.iy's agricultural and industrial exhibition in connec
tion" with the Fourth of July races in 1903, and many good reasons
why this Fhouli be done, nil of which suggest themselves to the
Jiiost tfisual thinker. The Maui Racing Association should take
tnis miUer in hand, as soon as the August races are over, fi'id the
movement, once inaugurated by them, should meet with hearty
Cooperation by. the citizens o? Wailuku and Maui generally, moio
tsiecLiUy tliose who are interested in agricultural, horticultural
Wild industrial matters. It is qaite sure that the result of the
Honolulu Fair will ba so baneficiul and encouraging that an agricul
tural fair at Honolulu will bo a fixed annual affair. Now is the
timo for Maui to step into the ring, claim a ctote for next year, or
ganize, and begin at once to get Toady for next year's agricultural
f lir on Maui.
j! There is not a more attraiSive
Tevealed in the scenic beauties of
is scarcely a more difficult place
good wagon road to the third crossing, and two good horse trails
much further up. Of late years
above the second crossing, nnd the
wood. The results is that tourists are invariably disgusted with
the trip, and this is becoming known abroad. While it is hard to
fix the blame on any one particularly for this condition of affairs,
till it is a burning shame t hat a good wagon road and good horse
trails are not kept wp into the heart of Iao Valley.
gfc The News received '"Hail Columbia," last weeK, and was
llireatened with loss of patronage besides, for declining to mention
that in defiance of the davil and
iag race for $25 a side was programmed for the following Sunday
TGoming at the Kahului race track. True, the News has encour
aged base ball games at Wells Park on Sunday afternoon, because
that sport is better than the ordinary Sunday afternoon recreation
of the boys. :but "when it comes to
Sunday, the News, in deference to the decent element of the coui
inunit,y,TOpliatioally draws the lme. v :
J In the discussion held at the Farmers'1 Institute' meeting at
Honolulu on Monday evening, the
to what is to be realized from agricultural products, and where are
markets to oe found. Whue it is
general rule under-supplied with
still there is such a thing as over
Chls industry profitable, it should be limited to bananas, cocoanuts
and other commodities which will bear' transportation to the coasc,
where our resl market for the future lies,-
J4 That bit of road recently built some hundreds of feet in length,
i front of . the K. otP Hall on Mill street carries with it a lesson
to be studied by those interested
of putting that road in its present condition was about $1.18 per
sunning foot), which means that the expenditure of only a few thou
sand dollars'will be required to make all the travelled streets in
Wailuku, as-well as the road-to Kahului elegant driveway b, Now is
tfhe time to begin to move in the matter1, if the good work is to be
jfjlj A citizens' committee, somewhat in. the nature of a chamber
of commerce, is one of the crying needs of Wailuku, and the sooner
it is organized the better. There are now quite a number of prom
inent citizens in Wailuku, all of whom sincerely desire the advance
ment and prosperity of our charming little town, but aapirations
for better things cut no ice. In order to accomplish actual results,
a united, unselfish and determined effort is required, and. the afield
ifi now white to the harvest.
8$ On the second page of this issue will be found an article copied
from the Hawaii. He raid, which presents the- old, standard content
tion of the News in a new and pleasing light. The article is not
copied because -it is bright, witty and interesting although it is all
of these, but rather because the point which it makes that united,
action in political matters, is imperative, should be brought home
to everyone who desires- good ggverment for the Islands..
jfli The experience gained by the recent fair'' in" Honolulu, and
that which will b gained by an exhibition of Hawaiian produots at
Osaka, Japan, in 1903 will be of muov ' - in the matter1 of Judi
cious selections and an effectiv- ' 'St. Lou-Pa-World's
F.air Exposition in 1904.lt ' -an,
tages to be derived f r- .
. trading both - '
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. 3. W. KiiluH, Circuit ludft, WbMiikii
L,. R. Crook, Clerk Circuit Court. Wnllnku
Judge W. A. McKay Utnt. MnRhttrato, Wntluku
' Chus. Coou, " ' Makawao
" Kalimlollo. " " l.alm1i:a
' " Kuloiknu, " " Honimultt
" Josopu, " " liana
" 'tiuiiiL, " " Klpahulu
" Malum " " Woloki.l
" Kuhophalahala, " ' Lanai
L. M. Huldwlu, Sheriff, Wailuku
W. E. SuiTory, Deputy ShorlS Wailuko
3. Kalnnm " " Maknwno
C. H. Uncisey, " " Lahaina
V. Wittrock, " ' Hnnn
O. Trimble, " MoloUal
T. Forrelra Jr Captain Police. Wal'uku
H. Copp, " " Makawao
WrV Keanu, " " Lahiiltia
U. V.. btilKev, " "
J. H. Walamnu, " ' Kalaupapa
W. T. Robinson, Tax Aswessbr, wailuku
,T. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor. Wailuku
W O Alkon " ' PalB
Q. Dunn. " " Lahaina
J. 3ross, " Hana
spot . on the Islands than is
upper Lio- Valley and yet there
to reach. Formerly there was a
the road has become impassable
trails are overgrown with brush
the sheriff of Maui, a match trot
trotting match horse races on
important question was asked as
true that the Islands are as a
fruits and vegetables at present,
production, and in order to make
in good roads on Maul. The cost
THE HILO VIEW
Of the Political Situation.
Editor J. T. Stacker, the able
writer of the Hawaii HeralJ sum
marizes the political situation so for
c b'y, in hi3 Weekly budget of chat
"Around the CofTee Shops," that the
News reproduces the entire article.
"I understand that the people On
Oahu, irrespective of party affilia
tions will work for Cupid'j) election
to Congress," said the Cheerful Liar.
"He will get the nomination in the
Democratic convention and the new
tlawaiiau party will endorse him.
Among the Republicans there is a
desire to break away from establish
ed customs of the party and endorse
Cupid rather than nominate a man of
their' principles and take chances 'on
Wilooic slipping in." ,
"I notice that the Independent de
nounces him as a leader," said the
Early Riser," and expressed a wish
to have him 'go way back and sit
"I don't know just what Bob will
do if he loses his jub," said the Kick
er. "He husu't much mom-v, ac
cording to his own statement, and jt
vill be u struggle for him to keep
body und soul together if the natives
turn him down."
"He ought, to use safety pit-.s,"said
the Eearlv Riser. "He will never be
without a living anyhow. I've known
of him for a good many years' and I
have never heard of the lime he could
iiiot give a bang-up luau if he wanted
t to. If everything else fails he will
probably return to his profession; 1
hear he is a capable civil engineer."
"That reminds me of a story, "said
the Cheerful Liar, "about Mr. Jun
kins of Olaa. When he comes to
Hilo he usually stops with Domosthe
nes. .Well it happened that a few
weeks ago he was a- guest tt that
hostelery at a time when Judge Gear
was there. It happens, also, that
both of these gentlemen sing in their
sleep and when their musical effoi ts
take the form of a duet there's not
i much sleep for any one else. On the
night I refer to they had rooms on
opposite sides of the hall and their
'snoring Was iu harmony as to potes
but off in time-beats. Johnson, tli bar
keeper, stood It for a time and. final
ly went over to Cleuietit and asked
him what he would &o if he wanted
to go to sleep ia a place where two
men snored like &ear and Junkins
Clem said he wasn't quite certain
but thought he would use an ax.
Johnson ia a peaceful man so be de
cided to trace up the sound aud ask
the snorer to play in better time. It
happened that he knocked on Jun
kins' door and when he was admitted
tohe room he asked Junkins in the
most polite manner to break away
from his snoring and give, other peo
ple a chance.
"How do you know I snore?" ask-
"Because I tie&rd yoiij" responded
. Junkins looked at him' fof a second
and then said: "Young fellow, take
my advice and don't believe every
thing you hear, "and then turned over
aud went to sleep, "That's what I
say to you about Wilcox don't be
lieve everything you hear."
, "There js one thing certain," said
the Meddler. "'JUVilcoic is defeated
in November ho will forever after be
a dead one in politics. At least that
is the opiuion of a good many people.
So far as Piinoe Cupid-. U concerned
he seems to be the corijing raa. I
haye knowu him for some years and
have always found him unassuinlng
He does, not seek the nomination for
delegate to Congress but if the peo
ple insist upon sending him he wilj.go
and will -make a better record than,
Wilcox did. He is not a haole hater
in the sense that Wilcox is for, he has
traveled all over the world and
wherever he has visited has found the
Anglo-Saxon occuoying a reserved
seat. I! he goes to Congress it. wilVl
be to help the people of-Hawaii Vol
save themselves from further ' ridi
"It's going to 'be' a tieice bt,"
said the Cheerful IMr, "for 'ilcox
will strain every point to get elected.
It will not be a great while until he
visits Hawaii- and' tells the people'
what he has done and what he will do
for them, but I'll bet a cookie he does
tell thm of his failures since he
elected. I took a great deal of
in readin j what CayjHess had
his speech in belialf of Wll
onderd if his expressions
's heart. Caypless is'an
it.- iJtLA II.. :i-
a .if his expivEsio-i are t'ven space
m the newdpa there are inU'lll
gent peot)U' to c. n, infill, on bi.s re
marks It Ui,i do .'or him to o to
Kahipiina, where out oi c white man
resides, a ml hand out such hot air
but it. will not, do for Honolulu."
"Maybe Caypless is looking into
the future when he may want votes
for himself," reina'-ked the Kicker.
"Will ir that is thi case he had
better go over to the ranks of the
reformer,?," said the Cheerful Liar,
"He cannot stick to tne methods and
principles Wilcox and expect voles
from the Other side. It seems to rnc
that the tide in the uffairs of Wilcox,
so far us politics goes, is on the ebb,
and anyone who wants to be with the
push had better swim out. It was a
surprise to me when Wilcox was
electe'l lat time and I hope, for the
country's good, that he will not ro
peat his success of two years ago It
will surprise me very much if Cayp
less does no leav hha to flouiider
about with Kalauokalani and if he
does I can see his finish."
"I notice that the Central Commit
tee has deciJed that the Olaa Pre
cmct CJub fchali not be recognized
until such times as the Governor is
sues a proclamation establishing a
precinct there," said the Early Ris
er. "Woul ln't that jar you? if I am
not mistaken Mr. McStocker arrftcg
ed that matter months ago."
"The decision of the Central Com
mittee doesn't amount to' shucks,,'
sai the Cheerful Liar. "The'chib is
formed and in good working order,
When au election proclamation is is
sued Olaa Precinct will be ' establish
ed and thn boys up there will be in
readiness to go ahead. They have
not wasted their time iu organizing
their club,, organization was lacking
in the Republican forces last year
and I guess Olaa don't propose to be
! shortsighted in the campaign about
i to begin.
"If the members of that club are
not more active than those of the
Hilo club the existence of the organ
ization will not cut much ice," said
jthe Medler. "Why,, there is ft little
doing here that I am told thav there
is some talk of nominating only
Hawauans for delegates to the con
Ivention. As I remember it every
member promised to put his heart
Laud soul into the work."
; "Then there's apt to be a breach
of promise suit if they do not keep
their word," said the Cheerful Liar,
"Promises in political matters do
not count' said the Early Riser. "A
club of any sort here does not have a
permanent existence. Somehow or
other the members get tired."1
"But Co. D keeps up pretty well,"
said the Ivicker. "I think the boys
mako a creditable showing whenever
they appear. Their c&mp at the
island on Suttday was' a great
AN ANCIENT FABLE
With a Modern Application.
A Lion used to prowl about a field
in which Four Oxen used to dwell.
f.Many a time he tried to attack them;
out whenever he cama near thev
turned their tails to one another, so
that whichever way he approached
them he was met by the horns of one
of them. At last, however, they fell
a-quarrelliug among themselves, and
each went off to pasture alone in a
separate corner of the field. Then
the Lion attacked them one bv one.
and soon made an end of all four.
Salvation Army Meetings.
Major an'd Mrs. Harris, will coti-
duct the following meetings on Maui.
during this and next week':
Sat, Evening. Welcome meeting
la bal-ntion Army Hall,. Wailuku.
S .. Mbrniug.-Salva.tioo Meeting
4 ' .
U pun. Evening. Salvation Meeting
fia Native Church. Wa.ili,lM,'-
Mon. Evening. Solfl!e'ri''MeetinT
iu.Army Hall, Wailuku.
Tues. Evening. Salvation Meet.
lng in Katy-e ChurcHamaTfuapoko.
Wed. Evening. Salvation Meeting
in Town Ha; 1, Paia.
Thur. EveiiTng. Salvati
ill Army Hall, Waihee.
Fri. Evening. Salvation'1 M fi A finer
in Kindergarten Building' Lahaina.
In the matter of
Aby&inia is far ahead of EuropeThe
house with all its contents belong to
tle wife, and if the husband offghds
he she kurps'tkn'ohtl until' he is fully
ENGINEERS, CONTRACTORS AND
CAHI'tNTKtt AND CONTRACTOR
Plans and Estimates
Furnished on Short Notice
' Office and Shop in Giles Building
High St. Wailuku.
P. E. LAMAR & CO.
Contractors & Bngineers.
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. Coast,
J. A. HARRIS
Sign Painting, House Paint
ing, Paper t Hanging and
Estimates furnished and mail
orders for signs on any part of
Maui promptly executed.
SKATING RINK, Wailuku, Maui,
JAMES H. PAINTER
Scientific Horse Shoeing
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES AND
WAGONS BUILT, REPAIRED
SHOP IN OLD J. H. KING
BUILDING, NEAR CORNER
MAIN & MARKET STREETS.
Contractor & Builder
(formerly Bead Carpenter at KlhCi.)
Has'located at Wailuku. Building
I Contracts taken in all parts
of the Island. A large force
, of skilled assistants always
P. O. Box 63 Tel. No. 263
And Dealer n
Wilder S. S.' Co.
Terminals at Wailuku
Paia. . . .
W.M. WHITE, Pbop.
First Class Wines & Liquors
Prlmo, Seattle & Budweiser
LAHAINA; - MAUI
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
ice Cold Beer
ALWAYS ON HAND
First Class Wines & Liquors
Prlmo and Seattle Beer
Market St., (Adjoining old Meat-
Macfarlane $ Co,
Opposite WAiurKfr; Depot
Wholesale & Retail Liquor Dealers,
Sohlltz Deor that made Milwaukee famous,
Anheuser Buscta & John Wlelaild New Brew.
O. P. S. Bourbon, Rye & Sour-mash.
Old Gov't, Old Pepper & Cape Horn Whiskey,
Duffy's pure malt & Tweed 'h pure malt Whiskey
Celebrated John Dewar & lXC.L,.Scotcn Whiskey
D. (J. L. Old Tom, & London. Dry, Honeysuckle
Palm Tree, & Palm Boom ifln.
Hen nessy 's 'Brandy & Australian Boomerang
Kohler & Van Bcrgens wine & the famous Ingle
nook wines, Q.H.Mumm & Co. ez-dry Champagne
Ww make a specialty of shipping.
Matt. McCann Phopeietob
America & Scotch Whiskey
Beer, Ale Wine--Ice
Lohaino, Maui T. H;
Famous Bartlett Water
The Best Medical and Table
Water in the World.
Bottled only at the celebrated
Bartlett Springs, Lake Coun
ty, Cal., without exposure to
Thousands of remarkable cures
have been effected by this
DRINK IT AT HOME
LOVEJOY & CO.
Sole Distributors for the Territory of Hawaii'
Corner Market and Main St.
Wailuku,' . Maul
Rainier Bottled Beer, of Seattle
C. Harpy & Co., Uncle Sarh Wine t
cellar and Distillery, Napa, Cal
Jesse Moore Whiskey
Cream Pure Rye Whiskey .
Long Life Whlskej
Lexlngtori Club Old BourBbn Whiskey
J F Cutter Whiskex . ,
Moet a unanaon wmte seal Cham.
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