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THE MAUI NEWS
'S ATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1906
The Advertiser' on Roods &
The following is frnm tlie Ailver
THERE IS ONLY ONE
Bo suro that your OREMO CIGAR
has the word CREMO perforated in the
wrapper of the cigar. The CREMO has
no band. It has only its perforated mark
and the best flavor and smoking qualities
to distinguish it from any other 5c. Cigar.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
DIRECT FROM THE BRBWBRY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
This brand denotes quality
Write us in regards to your
Leather needs Send your
a Zi.i.i.O Hides tn its and vnu mav
'in certain or rair treatment
Metropolitan Meat Co.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 143.
Ar-ioIesc le Dealer In
Standard Brands of
IMPORTED and DOMESTIC WINES
LIQUEURS, CORDIALS, GTNS, -ETC.
IPABST, A. B, C. LEMPS, RAINIER, and PRIMO
pRLAND TRADE SOLICITED
When you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it to the right shop.
( GENERAL BLACKSMITHING HORSE SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
St. near Market, Wailuku, Maui
tist-r of tin- XO'h of J tunny.
One of Hit v'ls with which al tin
inprovt tut'iit i liibs muni oiinti'iul -
(inltilcal run! and "irt'ct innkiou and
repair. It is u cctDinoii rental k and
has bi-un one for vein s. that under a
well regulated contract system, with
t-.npcclllcntloimas te "eltizen labor'
liy which aboriginal Knights of Rest
aro meant this city could have better
streets for half the money. It fairly
confounds a man from the States ac
customed to see small gangs of
Haitians excavate like steam shovels
and dig ditches at the rate of hnli a
mlln a day, to watch the "mahope"
methods of our own street construct-
irs. This paper has observed a dozen
'citizens" lingering fcr four weeks
over tho spreading of gravel over
1000 feet of &ubuiban road and the
clearing from the gutters of weeds
and lantana. The same number of
actual workers could havo made
better job or it in a weeK and at a
smaller cost per diem. What our
Kaimukl correspondent complained
of the other day and what was said
about the defects in Walktki road im
provement, aro not only true, but the
same sort of Incompetence can be
found all over Oahu wherever roads
are being bunt or repaired. Our
political pets, miscalled laborers,
simply kill time when nobody is in
sight watching them; take long
noonings asleep under the trees;
spend at least a fourth of the remain
ing time in idle chatter and now and
then go through languid motions
with a shovel or a pick. They never
sweat enough to get the fat off. And
to make things worse, the roads they
build go to Dieces or aro badly dam
aged during the first heavy storm
But the more damages the more jobs
and that is all these "citizens" care
for. Good roads aro a detriment to
them so long as they stay good. What
"citizen labor" wants are bad roads
and a chance to dilly-dally over them
at so much per diem getting pay,
in that fashion, for their votes.
Naturally there can be no discipline,
no hard driving of these electors
They hold the whip hand. If Urged
to earn their pay they say they S.ave
already earned it at the polls and dig
ging and shoveling are extra. If dis
charged or threatened they let on that
they will get oven at the next ballot
box. Naturally those in charge of them
earn to lot things drift and the ro
suit is that the tax money and the
loan money go dwindling down to
nothingness and there seems to be
little ahead for the territory and the
counties but debt piled on debt, and
ourselves as well as posterity to make
tho borrowings good.
The Advertiser knows that with a
cold, business-like method of street
and road building and repair an
efficient contract system we should
have better streets and roads and
more of them and could pay the bills
without going beyond our means,
We could have moro parks, more ci
vie improvements of overy kind
We conld make Honolulu what it
nearly is now the most cleanly and
beautiful city in the world's tropics.
That is, wo should havo all this if the
cold, business like methods could con
tinue, as well as begin. But there's
tho rub. The fat and sleepy "citi
zen" of aboriginal strain still has a
majority of the votes and if we do
not tux ourselves half to death to
keop him employed he will elect
himself into the offices and tax us
more than half to death for the
same purpose, Then industrious
people of Hawaii will either havo to
organize into an "Association for
the Support of Native Citizens" and
devote their livefi to the task or look
about for srmo changes in the 'basis
of cltfzen.ship or some marked in
crease, through immigration, in the
number of white voters, as the only
means of getting the civic improve
ments they' pay for and saving some
thing to meet the funded debts al
FALAL ACCIDENT AT KAHULUI
On Friday of last week one of
ttie freight trains of the Kahului
Railroad left Kahului in charge of
Just beyond the pond ono of the
breakmen, Manuel Kawailohi by
name signalled the engineer and
a moment later fell between tho
cars and was run over by three
cars that cut his legs almost off
at the knees.
He wa3 seen to give the signal
Neat, Reasonable and Durable Lawn and Cemetery Furniture. 4
STEEL SAFES that don't absorb moisture and are absolutely Fireproof.
Of tho latest dosigns in any material known to tho trade, including 'White Bronze and also Ileal
Bronze.' Call on or write to I C A YTPI I C f
ALAKEA ST., Bet. King and Hotel Sts.
F. O. Box 642
STEAMERS TO ARRIVE
Date Name From
Feb. 2, NipponMaru. ..Yokohama
5, America Maru S. F.
7, Aorangi Colonies
9, Alameda S. F.
9, Doric Yokohama
13, Mongolia S. F.
1C, Manchuria Yokohama
1G. Novadan S. F.
20, China S. F.
20, Ventura Colonies
21, Sonoma S. F.
23, Hongkong Maru. Yokohama
27. Nippon Maru S. F.
Mar. 2, Alameda S. F.
2, Korea Yokohama
G, fiorlu S. F
7, Miowera Colonies
G, Nebraskan 8. F.
13, Coptic Yokohama
13, Sierra Colonies
14, Ventura S. F.'
15, Manchuri S. F.
22, Hongkong Maru S. F.
23, Alamedu S. F.
23, Siberia Yokohama
29, Korea S. F.
30, Ncvadan S. F.
31, America Maru. .Yokohama
STEAMERS TO DEPART
Date Name for
Feb. 2, Nippon Maru S. F.
5, America Maru. .Yokohama
7, Aorangi ..Victoria
9, Doric S. F.
13, Mongolia Yokohama
14, Alameda S. F.
16, Manchuria S. F.
19, Nevadan S. F.
20, China Yokohama
20, Ventura S. F,
21, Sonoma Colonics
23, Hongkong Maru, . . ,.S. F.
27, Nippon Maru.. ..Yokohama
Mar. 2, Korea S. F.
G, Doric Yokohama
7, Alameda S. F.
7, Miowera Victoria
11, Nebraskan S. F,
13, Coptic S. F,
13, Sierra S. F.
14, Ventura Colonies
10, Manchuria Yokohama
22, Hongkong Maru. Yokohama
23, Siberia S. F.
28, Alameda S. F.
29, Korea Yokohama
31, America Maru S.' F.
by Enoka one of the employees
of tho Maui Telephone Company
and as the train passed he saw him
lying on the track.
He at once signalled the train
and the young man was tnken to
Malulani Hospital whero overy
effort was made to save his lifo but
owing to the great shock and loss
of blood he died the dame evening.
He was abont twenty-one years
of ago, and a resident of Keanao.
The Kahului Railroad Superintend
ent sent at once for two surgeons and
every effort was made to save his
life and after his death Mr. Filler
took charge of the remuins and
provided for their burial. A co
roners Jury was selected which
was comprised of tho following
members: T. B. Lyons, F. G. Duarte,
Jamea Kawelo, Ned Krugor Jr.,
M. Peresa and A. Borba Sr. all of
Wailuku who rendered a verdict
of accidental death.
Tho accident is one of the few
that has occurred on tiie road but
seems to be purely an accident
that no ono is responsible for. The
young man was well, spoken of by
all who knew him.
New School Houses Fop Mmtlv
On the return of Superinten
dent Babbit from his tour of the island
he was seen by a representlvc of the
News and stated that he had decided
to have new Scaool buiidings put up
For sale, for rent, lost, found, situations or
noip nantcu aavoruscmonia wm do puDiisn
od under this heading at tho follnwtng
rates: 8 conts a lino Ilrst lssuo, II vo cents n
lino second Issue and tbrco cents a lino each
succeeding Issue. Seven words to constitute
a line nine linen a inch Broken linos to
count as full lines.
Jan. 31 6tr. Claudlne Parker,for
Feb. 3 Str. Cleudino Parker, frrm
Services at Island Churches
CnuRcn Of holy Innocents, Laiiaina
Canon A. B. Weymouth, Rector.
Holy Communion, 7:00 A. M. every Sunday.
Sunday School 10:15 A.M. Morning service 11:00
A. M. Evening Prayer, 4:30 P. M. During Ad
vent and Lenten season special weolt day ser
vices. Wainee cntmcii, Lahaina.
Rev. S. Knpu, Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:30 A. M. Morning service
11:00 A. M. Y. P. S. C. E. at 1:00 P. M. Wed
nesday afternoon, Prayer M cetlng at 3:30 P. M.
rbursday afternoon, Women's Meoting, 3:30 P.
M. Friday aftornoon, CholrRehearsal 3:30 P.M.
Roman Catholic Cnuncii, Laiiaina.
Rev. Father Oliver.
First Mass, week days 6:00. A. M. Sundays and
holidays, 10:00 A. M. Benediction 2:30 p. m.
"Market Streex Wailuku
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full lino of popular brands ot
Meetings at Salvation Army Hall, Market
St., 8 P. M. every Saturday. Sunday Juniors
at.2 P. M. Salvation meeting ut 8 P. M.
St. Anthony's Church, Wailuku
Sunday Service Communion, 0;00 A. M. Child
ren's Mass, 8:30 J. M. Instruction in English.
Second Mass, 10:00 A.M. Sermon in Hawaiian
and Portuguese. After Mass. Benediction. 11:41
A. M., Rosery and Instruction for native's, week
days Mass 6. A. M. Holidays falling during
week: Communion at 6: A. M. Mass at 0-00 A.
FOREIGN PROTESTANT CHURCH.
R. V. Bt zata, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Puhllo Worship at 11:00 A. M.
TiiECiiuncn Op The Good Shepherd
Rev, Canon Ault, Rector.
Holy Communion, 1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th Sunday at 7
A. M. 2nd Sunday at. 11 A. M. Matins & Sermon
at 11 A. M. Children's servlco, 1st Sunday at 2
P. M. Evensong and Sermon at Puunene, 7:30.
Holy Days, Holy Communion at 7 A. M. Dally,
Matins at 7:30.
Kaauuuanu Church, Wailuku
Rev. J. Nua, Pastor.
Sunday school, 9:30 A.M. Morning service II
A. M. V. P. S. C. E. from 7:00 P. M. to 8:00 P.
M. Afternoon service, Wailuku, Sunday School
2:00 P. M. Rovivnl meeting 3:00 P. M. All welcome.
PoiiTuauESE Protestant Mission Paia
M G.Santos, Evangelist. S. School lO.a.'iu
Gospel preaching, 11, a. m., Prayer Meoting
1-30 P.M., S. School at Hamakuapoku at 2 P.m.
UNION CHURCH, WAILUKU.
Rev. Rowland D. Djdge, Pastor. Pre aching
Servlco ns usual at 7 30 P. M
at once at Nahiku, Huelo, Knilua,
Waiheo, ond Kihei. He has decided
to have a new cottage built
on tho Wailuku school grounds.
After these buildings, are put up a
new building of six or eiuht roons
is to be built at Paia but owing to
the great number of children there
it was decided to await tho appro
priation of sufficient funds to put up
a building suitatle to the needs of
the school Tho same was decided
upon for Olowalu altho igh a much
smaller building will &utlice for this
school. Tho superintendent decided
that more land U needt d at Wailuku
Waihee, Hamakuapoko. and Paia
and as there are many pieces of
land scatte-ed over the island that
belong toitlie department that are
now being used by corporations and
private pai lies it is probablo that
an exchange can be made in the in
terests of all.
At Kihei, Kailua, Huelo, nnd Na
hiku now sites are needed.
Mr. Rabbit spoke well of the man
uer in which most of tho teachers of
this island kept their school house?
end grounds and especially the prin
cipal at Kipahulu. He says at this
school the teachers have assigned
small parts of the grounds to indivi
dual pupils who come as early asse
en o'clock to work their plots and the
flowers and vegetables grown there
are tho best he has seeu in the islands,
("At the Sea'& Shore.")
ONE MINUTE WALK FROM BOAT LAN "lis'rt
COOL, AIRY ROOMS,
INVIGORATING SEA AIR
and an EXCELLENT TABLE
Makes Living at this Hotel a Joy
SPECIAL RATES BY THE
WEEK OR MONTH
YcutJiako no mistake when .yen
upr?ve. Sample Room AiTACVri
TrLtyMONE For Use Or Guests
GEORGE FKEELAND, Manager
Celebrated Primo & Seaio
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Nothing but the best of
Well Known Standard Brands
Wines Whiskeys .
RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting People
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
Wailuku Fruit Market
NG LEONG, Proprietor.
TO ' ARRIVE
PER ALL STEAMERS
BELL FLOWER APPLES
ORANGES LEMONS NUTS
CA LIFOItN I A VEG ETA R LES
Collfoi'iilii Fruit During Senson.
Telephone Orders Promptly Filled.'
All parties who are indebted to
mo for thirty days or over aro re
quested to settle A'.l such claims
not paid by tho fifteenth will be placed
in thn hands of a collector.
Dau T. Carey
Feb. 3-10. - vi '