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THE MAUl NEWS-
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THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued -Every Saturday.
Alaul-Publishing: Company, Limited.
Proprietors and Publlahers,
The columns of the News admit communications on pertinent topics. Write only
on one side of paper. Sign your name which will be held confidential if desired.
Subscription Rates, in Advance $2.50 per Year, $1.50 Six Months
Hugh JVt. Cok, - Editor and Manager
SATURDAY. - - - - FEB. 17, 1900
Distilled Water The committee of the Civic Federation
for the Schools. of Honolulu has recently addressed a
letter to the Department of Public Instructiou requesting that
body to provide distilled water for the use of the school children.
The federations motives are unquestionably good but until the
department has sufficient funds to keep the schools open that are
absolutely necessary it seems to us that distilled water is but a
secondary consideration.
Pure drinking water not only for school children but for each
and every one of our citizens is of importance.
Distilled water is not necessarily the most condusivo to good
health.
The system accustoms itself to certain local conditions and
sudden or marked changes in those conditions are the causes of
serious results.
Could it be possible to have distilled water all the time it would
be better than water containing a large percentage of vegetable
matter that much of the water here necessarily has but after the
system becomes accustomed to distilled water and then is supplied
with such water as is often necessarily used the results would in
all probability be moro injurious tnat tlie constant use oi the run
ning water locally and generally used.
It was recently annouced that one of the schools' on Oahu had
been closed for want of funds with which 16 repair it. Nearly
every school in the territory is running short handed for the
want of funds with which to pay the teachers. Every teacher in
the public schools is inadequately paid and to attempt to incorpo
rate visionary scheemos into our school system at tbis time is
sheer folly.
What the school childreq need most is skilful teachers in suf
ficient numbers to meet the requirements. To get those the de
partment of education must have more funds with which to
hold those it now has and employ others where needed..
The Evening Bulletin says "No citizeu and no organizition with
a due sense of the relative proportions of educational demands in
Hawaii will allow anything to draw public attention from the policy
of properly providing for first class teachers. The present status
of the teachers salary appropriations is no less out rageous than
the class of stuff now sent through some of the water pipes of
Honolulu and delivered to the people as water."
We are not judges of the quality of the water of Honolulu but
we do know that the number of teachers is wholly inadequate and
the fund available for necessary repairs and employment of skil!
ed teachers is entirely inadequate.
Let those responsible for his condition know tha; a united people
demand justice at the hands of the next legislature and will elect
those who maybe depended on to accomplish it.
Gambling The grand jury that is going so earnestly into the
violations of anti gambling laws are to be congratulated.
Tbe Chinese are inveterate gamblers and violates of many laws
that are necessary to the maintanace of our social "standards.
Keepers and frequenters of houses whose doors are barricaded
and windows barred with heavy iron rods should be kept under
strict surveilance by the police and made to explain their 'mys
terious doings before the grand jury.
The attention or ine grana jury is called to toe met tnat in
Kahului is a house that has more the appearance "of a county jail
than a boarding house and the doings therein should be investigat
ed. .
" Those who make it their business to study out means by which
they may defy our laws should be taught that they are expected
to engage in some other line of work or crush work for our public
roads.
Governor Atkinson The return of the secretary A. L. (J
at tha helm. . "JAtkinson and the departure of Gover
nor Carter puts the former at" the helm in the executive ship of
state. Acting Governor Atkinsou has occupied the position in the
past in a manner that refected great credit to himself and entirely
satisfactory to the people of the territory. Governor Jack as ha
is familiarly called by his many friends has the gifft of being able
to get at the foundation of things and is in closer touch with the
masses of the people than either of the two executives the terri
tory has had. '.'"''
The position is not an easy one to fill nor do we believe any one
could fill tbe place to the best interests of the community for any
length of time without bringing down a storm but we believe that
hero need be no fear of things running smoothly while the gov-
or is away as long as Mr. Atkinson is in charge.
birthday. Six years ago today the Jfews issued its first
"n. At that" time bubonic plague infested Honolulu
"ii and the prospect of a paper getting advertising or
lything but bright yet not withstanding these facts
rished and the business has grown to such an extent
commodations have been necessary from time to
e have a good circulation two extra pages have
r job ruling and printing facilities are equal to
'tory. We wish at this time to thank ou j many
1 support in the past and assure all that we
r patronage iu the future.
N. 699 4.
REPORT OF THE COINDITION OF
the First National Bank of Wai
luku, at Wailuku, Mnul, In the
Ter. of Hawaii, at the close of
business, January, 29, 1900. .
RESOURCES . DOLLARS
Loans and Discounts 114, 020 87
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 2, 958 82
U. S. Bonds to secure
circulation 10, 500 00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds 800 00
Monds, securities, etc. 47, 013 91
Bunking In. use, furniture,
ana fixtures 7 C;iO 00
Due from State Bunks
and Hankers - 20 711
Hue from approved reserve
u Kent s 23, 747 04
Checks and other cash
items 2!)1 CO
Fractional gaper currency,
nickels, and cents - 5 41
Specie 38, 081 15
Redemption fund with
U. S. Treasurer (5 per
cent of circulation) 825 00
Total 257,
LIABILITIES DOL
Captial stock paid In 33
Surplus fund 8
Undivided profits, less
expenses and taxes
paid. 2
National Bank notes out
standing. 16
Due to Stale Banks
and Bankers
Dividends unpaid
Indi idual deposits subject
to check 158,
Demand certificates of
deposit " 15,
Time certificates of
deposit. 20,
Cashier's checks outstanding
527 C9
LARS
000 00
750 00
: 012 77
500 00
794 83
72 00
224 85
720 11
427 53
25. 00
Total 257, 527 09
Ter., of Hawaii, Island of Maul, ss:
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to
tbe best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN,
Cashier.
CORRECT Attest;
L. BARKHAOSEN )
R. A. WADSWORTH Directors
CH.AS. M. COOKE )'-
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 16th day of Feb. A. D. 1906.
HUGH M.'COKE.
Seal) ' Notary Public,
Second Judicial Circuit
LA11 AIINA LINES.
There was a very pleasent celebra
tion of Abraham Lincoln's birth day
at the Lahaina School ou Monday
morning, under ,the dii ection of Prin
cipal Henry Dickenson. The pro
gramme wus as follows:
Song: "The Red, White and Blue.'
Quotations from Lincoln: 2nd De
partment. Readirg: "Liitle Blossom
and President Liucoln," Mori Yau
gahari. Exercise: Ten Dates from
the Life of Lincoln. Song: "Battle
Hymn of the Republic." 3rd and 4U
Department. Recitation: "Liucolu."
2nd Department. Reading: Lincoln's
Gettysburg address. Thomas G.
Cockett. Flag Salute. Song: "Ame
rica." A number of fruit trees hive been
planted oil l' Dav ison's fM at o or) I
North la'u.. .Street.
Mrs. JohiVW. E. Si'itrle went river
to Wail'vkirWRh hur mother last
week, and N'tm ned after a short
visit. I
Last Siintiy was n .Tapnnese na
tion!) I foBi.iyl, and there was a dis
play of sun ttas. A b vse ball game
was played ! J,ho afternoon. ".;)
. At Iho relence of Mrs. Simpson,)
a few days ao, the ladies organiztvl
a Reading C!jh, with these officers!
Presidant. Mrs. John E. Garnion!;
secretaryMjj. Sarah Deco to; Com
mittee to4 arrange a programme!
Mrs. SfSo'uind Mis3 lladley. Meet
ings will tie htt-.l fortnightly.
I
m HENRY WATT
Preparations are being made for
a c mcert fit Wainee Church. 1
The Iroqii'
and the MaWM
; tnvrived on Sunday!
Ivg oh Monday.
Receives New Diamond.
Johnny Kenjis the happiest man
n town and'iio me could be so cruel
as to wish him Ui'e loss of that happi
ness.
It is reported that lie received a
diamond by'tl lst mail of untold
value, from.' a "Send who was under
great obligati to him for past
favors and now as the friend has
fallen heir,: to. live' million pounds
sterling or twpiW-Bve million dollars
though the dcatl.qf.jm uncle in Aus
tralia he has, girf proof of his gra
titude by sendipJ his friend a present
in token of his ' friendship. No one
on Maui has Bo1 Winy pieces of valu
able jewelry and) hit ore he has just
received is probably the most appre
ciated of all.'''
RepubUcitis 'United.
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TWMiyy. February 9.
Republican partly rules, as amend
ed after several jnbiiths of careful
consideration, .wjj bej finally passed
tomorrDw eveninj- at a1 meeting of
the Territorial Central 'Committee of
the Republican pa
on Fort street.
Today it is deolii
ment has ceased,
Fifth District m
ty at headquaters
red that all argu
nd that! Fourh and
i will,'!? tomorrow
ccme together, wfih agreeing not to
disagree and the -Jicw rules will be
come law with all ilepufelicacs.
A meeting was.vi hnTiqbeen held
last Saturday .cveiingfejttbe,. pur
pose above note3. bi.yThere, were, so
many attractions, w.rh a boxing con
test, the automobile 4nsation, at the
Orpheum, a luau, mot?, dances and
lodge meetings, that iiViuorum could
not be secured.
'Perhaps the most important of the
rules to go into effect is that which
provides that anybody, serving a a
delegate to a convention or as a
committeeman, who shall oppose a
regularly nominated candidate, 6hall
forfeit his right as such delegate or
committeeman This rule is xiot'for
the purpose of barring members of
any club or civic federation, apply
ing particularly to convention dele
gates and members of tomrciUees.
Representation in tt'ie icouvention
is to be on the basis o the Seutaor.
ial vote, one delegalu for every
twelve votes or fraction of "seven or
more.
There will be two (il:ot boxes,
BUYS AND SELLS REA1
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AN
SECURES INVESMENTS
A List of High Grade Set
CORRESPOND)
HONOLULU, HAWAII
Why
Worry about that
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when you can et s
the very chociest
line of canned goods,
at the
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DR. JOHN GODDARD in charge.
one Territorial delegates and one for
County and District delegates.
The County Committee is to have
general supervision of the . party
work within its own County.
In Counties of more than one
representative district there will, be
subcommittees in each district. Iu
Oahu, for example, the County Com
mittee will be made up of the Fourth
and Fifth Districts' representation
and these district sub-committees
and have direct charge ot affairs
in such districts.
Proxies can be given to men in th
same precinct or withb the same
district.
The County and District Conven
t'on will nominate for tha Senate,
the House of representatives, and
County officers. The severallis
delegations will vote seperdely
Representatives, as before,
Wal County officers.
Most of the amended ru
already been passed. Tho
have not received final actioi
passed tomorrow and then t
will be adopted as a whole
nd'
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STATIONS A. M. j P M. STATIONS , A. M. P. M.
Wailuku Paia Pas Pas. Freight Fbeiqht Freight Pas! Pas. Kauului-Puunene F & P F & P
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A.M. A.M. A. M. A.M. P.M., P.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Kahului Leave 7.00 8.42 ' 1 45 l 2.00 3.45 Kahului Leave 6.20 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 8.54 12.00 2.12 3.57 Puunene Arrive 6.35 1.35
Wailuku Leave 7.20 9.05 12.25 I 2.20 4.03 Puunene Leave 6.40 1.40
Kahului Arrive 7.32 9.17 12.40 1 2 32 4.15 Kahului Arrive 6.55 1.55
Kahului Leave 7.35 9.40 2.35 Kahului Leave 8.00 3.05
Sp'ville Arrive 7.47 9.55 2.47 Puunene An h e 8.15 3.20
Sp'ville Leave 7.50 10.10 2.50 Puauene Leae 8.20 3.25
Paia Arrive 8.02 10.25 3.07 Kahului Arrive 8.35 3.40
Paia Leave 8.12 10.55 . 3.2
Sp'ville Arrive 8.24 11.10 34
Sp'ville Leave 8.27 " 11.20 3'os
Kahului Arrive 8.37 11.35 j 3.3s
KLeihului Railroad Company
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scientific use of lense
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that fact ever occur to you?
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MiRADUATE OPTICIAN
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