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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 5 January 1901

. , . .. f.- . . . ... 1 1F. I 1 J ' 5 ,4 "VOLUME II WAILUKU,. MAUI, T H., SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 190J NUMBER 21 PROFESSINOAL CARDS K. KAHOOKELB SURVEYOR Foreign IIews i wa i Tin K 2- X 'Hi ATTORNEYS HONS-& COKE AlTOUNUYS AT Law AGENTS- Thd Thd Cjormnuln tire Instance To. urcenwtch Firo Insumuue Oo VATLUKU:-- ,'A". N. KEPOIKAI . Attorney at Lav WAILUKU, MAtti I ,'trHN RICHARDSON Attorney at Law bAHAINA, MAUI ; "ANTONIO TAVARES ATTORNEY AT tA"V VMAKAWAO, . . ' MAUI H'J, M. KANEICUA Attorney and Counsellor at Laav. fifflcol Occidental Hotel, .corner of Kink and - . Alaltea snoots. HONOLULU. . . T. II. OH AS. CREIGHTON ' , Attorney at Law W.'.-v" HONOLULU, T. II ATKINSON & JUlI . . A. U ATKINSON", ALSBHX V. JUUif, jn. 1 Attorneys at Law oor. Merchant HONOLULU, T. II DAVIS & GEAR Attorneys Counsellors at Law ;L Practlco In all the Territory ol Hbw.i11 and urls nf tlio the Fudcral Court i. ROOMS HO'2, 202, 203 tliiiltl Building HONOLULU, - ' T. II PHYSICIANS 'JOHN WEDDIOK, M. D...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 5 January 1901

&utf Ulcvws FU3LWJIEl EVERY SATURDAY !: . ;. U.MI.l.Y lil.OOh". ainSt. i"i;.--;':::ivriON uatt'.s . !, ( ' ! l M 1 v ti i ; 1 ' ) . . . 5H i 'loll "I 'iiiii'i,' G. B. POSEHTSOW, EJ. and lm KII3. G. B. ROBERTSON, Bus, Mgr. Siturdiy, JANUARY 5, t-'; Tt is t ruo that labor is bottor paid on the ranches of Calif or ni;! than in tho cane tiolils of ILnvaii, but, agricultural labor in Cali fornia is ' not stonily. For throo or four months in the winter there is a rush of plowing ami planting. Then comes a cessation of ihroo or four months, followed by a rush of harvesting, af'.er vii- li work ceases again till the next planfng season. The result is that the transient tiehl labor of California is done by men who i-po-'d half their time in the fields and tho other half in the saloons. Coiisequontly there is not, a Japanese or Chinaman, who is willing ! v; irk, win) doos not make and save more money during the coir-.'.e of the year in Hawaii that a white California field laborer can make...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 5 January 1901

LOCALS v Tf. Armitage leaves today for Kauai on a professional visit. Mr. and Mrs. Yv'. J. Lowric of Rprcckelsvillo, ushered in the new year with .1 charming; dance, quite largely attended. Schrader's New Hotel is erecting an annex 011 their hand some grounds, to accomodate the increase of travel attracted to this popular hotel. The California, miners who took the contract to put in a stor.c and con crete breakwater at Iao bridge, are rapidly turning out a ne;t and sub stantial job. Lieutenant G cor Re Cummin;,', who has been spending the. Christmas holidays in Honolulu, drifted ashore at Kahului, dn Thursday morning, a total but smiling wrec k. Judge McKay has received his commission as first District Mag istrate of AVailuku. The judge is' honest, capable and popular, and commences his new term with the good wishes of ell. There have recently been quite a number of violations of the law for bidding the use of giant powder in fishing, two Hawaiians havihg each lost a right hand in t...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 5 January 1901

eft? ns?. .v' ft, s e ft BOWSER'S LATEST. THE OLD M.AN BRANCHES OUT AS A 85'. - HUMANITARIAN. EstnbHslirs u Home l'or Friendlcsn Dohm and I Suriirlncil, it Wot Ex actly Orntlfletl, 1y tlie IIchuHh of till Scheme j tCopyricht, 1M0. by C. B. Lowls. "J Tlio Bowsers had Just finished dinner jwhen the basement hell rang, and a Juluute later a discussion was hoard between the cook and n small boy who had a dog ut his heels. Mr. Uow&er hurried down stairs and was absent .for a quarter of nu hour. When ho re turned, Mrs. llow.ser looked at him In a 'way that called for an explanation, and he explained: "It was a boy with a dog. I have shut the do? up in the shed." "But what do we want of n dog?" ,Bho queried. "Nothing, my dear. Have you ever noticed how many homeless dogsthero arc iu the streetV" .. "No; I never did." .' "I didn't suppose you had, knowing how rrlllsh and cold hearted you are; "but I have. At this very mlnuto thcro are probably 1,000 friendless, homeless dogs wandering a...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 12 January 1901

MAU I NEWS. if kVOLUIVLE'II WAILUKU, MAUI, T H., SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1901 NUMBER 22 A PROFESSINOAL CARDS ATTORNEYS pEORGE HONS Attorney at Law . AGENT Tho Oormanln Ilfo Insui;ancoCo. Tho Greenwich Flvo Insurance Cq IwailUku, MAUI l. N. KBPOIKAI Attorney at Law "P,VAILUKU, ir - ; MAUI $QHN RICHARDSON IB Attohxey at Lav .m - V,AHAINA. . . MAUI lANTONJQ TAVARES BfAKAWAO, MAUI fjrM. KANEKUA Attorney and Counsellor at Law. lOfflco: Ocoldcntal Hotel, corner of King nnd x i - Amitcii streets. HONOLULU, T. H. CHAS. CREIGHTON Attorney at Law HONOLULU, m. H. PATKINSON & JUDD A. tATKINSON, AI.UEIIT F. JUDD, JR. ', Attorneys at Law Ofllco over Bishop & Co' lmnlt, cor. Merchant tn' ii hit Kniilmuimu Streets. nr)MOL,UL.fJ. - - T. II. &t ' 1 ITIAVTR X'. OTCAR BtXttorneys !i CouNBEr,r.oii8 at Law Triinttpn In nil tho urtsof the Territory cj II wall and tho Fodoral Courts. SjipOiMG -'502, 202, 203 dude! Bulldlnft HONOLULU, - - T. H. PHYSICIANS RfSlIN WEDDICK, M. D. Physician $ Surgeon ...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 12 January 1901

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Offk f, BAILEY 15LOCK, Xaix Sr. WA1LUKU. MALI, T. It. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oae year, (in dYivnce) $2.50 Six month.-, " .... 1.50 The column of Nhws iidmit comnmulcii ti'mn on 'porwriont tonics. Write otilv- or oup si.lc of paper. Siirn your nmno wWeh win belwui c'lonilentinl ttumlmt. G, B.. ROBERTSON, Ed, and Prop MRS. C. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr. Saturday, JANUARY 12, The introduction of negro labor on the Island offers a possi ble solution of the labor troublos. But good' judgmont must be used in the matter. They should only be brought in limited num bers at first, and every plantation which uses them should also se cure the services of a white man from the south who knows ant. understands negroes, and leavo their management largely in his hands.. They are not to be handled as are Chineso aad Japanese, and any manager who is not familiar with them will not be able to get the best results from them. It must be remembered that they are American citizens, and are...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 12 January 1901

r i -. LOCALS Company 1. held an officers' drill at the armory on Tuesday night. Another let tor from Henry Long ton, tho" mining man, in this issue. Read it. . Streams of sugar arc pouring in to Kahului from all the plantations on Maui, and tho wharves of the lit tle burg preseut a lively scene. The negroes who came to the Wai luku Plantation have taken hold of work in earnest and bid fair to prove ft very serviceable lot of men. The Honolulu Photo Supply Co. of Honolulu have by far tho finest pic ture framing plant in the Hawaiian Islands, and deserve your patron age. There is elegant sport snipe shoot ing along the Waihe beach. Several woll filled bags have receutly been brought in town by our local and visiting sportsmen. If you havn't anything to l'ead, write to the Hawaiian News Co. of Honolulu to send you a list of their readable matter. The latest popu lar novels always on hund. See tho hack ad. of E. H. Piepor of Paia. He has new hacks and sur rios , nice teams and careful ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 12 January 1901

Mliei mm. mm WSBft KEPT BUSY. IIS YlME A SMALL QOV G4USED ALL THE TftOUBLE. lie VTan n Vary Smi-ll liny, ltit He :'llhil n Very linrKu ViiU-e mill Drove tlio I'oor OIil UpiiUcihou Almnst In bhiic, T Copyright, 1900, hy Q. It. Iwls. "It lmrt been arranged that Mrs. Bovr- If and tlio liuiy next door should nt- md to some c-lmrrit matters In tlio SnliiB and tlmt tlio lndy'ts l-j-t?ar-olil in Should liu the guest of Mr. Ilowsor th cat for a counlo of hoius. The .tie follow looked around In a dubious) rny us he wan brought over, but full aluCiORforc the Indies Kot away nud .ijas utcjUed up on the lounge, ft.?. "Don't you worry li the nllghtost," 'gld Mr. Uowser to (ho mother. "If ho ballpens to wake up. I'll do everything tjoM'anuifse hitii. I alwaya loved children, jejuni they have always, taken to inc. JI5ICS3 uin. little heart, but I wish he (hrtfin't fallen asleep." rKtvi minuted Inter the front door mreeil on his mother, and the hoy woke. lie didn't awake with the ilgtlltl KcntlcneH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 19 January 1901

MAUI -3k ' gWOLUME II WAILUKU, MAUI, T H., SJURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1901 NUMBER 23 Utt. ' ft a PROFESSINOAL CARDS ATTORNBYS h GEORGE HONBv AttoIinky at Law AGENT The Ooinmnli Life IimirnneoCn. Tub Greenwich Fire Insurance- Co lwailuku, MAUI rANKEPOIKAlf ATIOllNEV , AT'TjAW WAILUKU, MAUI SttfoHN RICHARDSON Attohney at Law KftlAlNA, MAUI SfNdNIO TAVARES . -r 14:. Attorney at Law MAU1 3 -.-ATTOHNEY AND (JOUfJSELLOK i-JOflcc: Occidental Hotol, corner of Kins ami , . i AitiKca Biroeis. 4 f i- , ' .DAVIS & GEAR B-& Attorneys & CouNSE!ii.ons at Law K'r r' . Prnctlro In nil tho urtsoflhe Territory of Hawaii nuit tlio Foiloral Court! s iHAriL. no onn nno fl..!l.ltnA HUjNOLiUJjU. - - T. ti JAMES K. SAUNDERS, Attorney at Law. llmluecs nn'i Colldsllou..' y ' ' V NOTAltV l'UDLlC. Agency p.,,4ftainii Maui. Tclci'hono No PHYSICIANS & JOHN WEDDIOK, M. D. Physician & Suiioeon f'wATr.irrv'TT . . . MAUI vfL-T . DR'DINEGAR, Physician & Sukcieon C QTv'THKT MAUIi P. McCONKEY, M, D. . ...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 19 January 1901

o flftaui Hews PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Okki.ce. HAl LEY BLOCK, IJain St. , WAILlll, MALI, T. H. S U P.SC KU'TION U A 'J' KS c year, (b advum0) .' $2.50 Siy Tli.: months. 1.50 Uinins of ic Nkvvr udmit comrrnHiiru- lims on v'" t n'Tit 1"iW's. Write niily mi ou? sl.li- of .;;-r. fsiru jrottr tmnio wblrli will br. heal c miUiiMitiul If dtv-iirtul. G. B, ROBEnTSON. Ed. and Prop. MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr. Saturday, JANUARY 19, Two ladies, actuated doubtless by noblo impulses, have ini liuU'd a temporarce crusade in Honolulu, and the News propose: to take right hold vit.li them and help the good -work along. Bu we shall work along different line. There should be a larger liberty allowed in the establishment of saloons at convenient points on the Islands. And the ritPculous saloons should be swept out of existence. The scarcity of saloons and the "loni dry spells" which that scarcity causes really leads to more excesses in drink than would plenty of saloons convenient ly located wher...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 19 January 1901

LOCALS Plenty of rain ami very muddy streets in Wailuku this week. A heavy storm prevailed in Wui luku lait Saturday afternoon and Sunday. ;. if you smoke a five cent cigar, trv the Renowi. Thor, yield a long, sweet and satisfying smoke. No move has yet been made in the matter of putting in fire hydrants in Wailuku ,but we still ha c hopes. Quite a number of new ads this week. 'Honolulu business men have i learned the value of the New as an advertising medium. The Hawaiian News Co. are con stantly lecciving the latest popular novels and serial magazines from the coast. Write for price lists. The. Honolulu Photo Supply Co. of Honolulu have by far the finest pic ture framing plant in the Hawaiian Islands, and deserve your patron age. ' . . V See the "By Authority" notices in this issue. Both of them are ex tremely important,' especially to the residents of Wailuku, Kahului anil Lahaina. The, officers and men of Company I. have taken hold of work enthusiasti cally, and Captain Keola wi...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 19 January 1901

ytf7. i-v k1f t - n,, loner 1 f s :nn bo bad at the office of tho l'U BUSHED 1VEEKLV scl flews rJ ft ji M , Wo also bwc & complete and up o-dato line of Job Typo and' arc pri pared to do FINE ARTISTIC Wnr letter Head eads Statements Envelop jes rammes Circular Poster Etc., Etc. All work executed in a AND SATISFACTORY MANNER Wllen bi need of Printing of any kind aivE US A CALL THE sta Usui i iiiiiiii iinm iirn At w b I f 0f6lIl and dob I Invitations I Cards laui New?, BY AUTHORITY SANITARY REGULATIONS Or THE BOARD OF HEALTH FOR ALL VILLAGES AND POPULOUS LOCALITIES IN THE TERRITORY OF II A WAIt OUTSIDE OF THE SANITARY DISTRICT OF HONOLULU. The following lobulations shall np ly to. and bo enforced In nil vlllngw ml populous localities in tbo Terri tory or Hawaii outside of the bam- nry District of Honolulu. REGARDING BUILDINGS AND YARDS. RAIN WATER. Sec. (1) Where tbe space be tiveon buudnifrs is less than liftccn foot tbe water from tbo roofs of tbe imildUips $bnll be conducted in...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 26 January 1901

i f'p MAUI' ' NEWS 1 VC"jl"VIE-" " WA1LUKU, MAUI, T H., SATURDAYANUY 26, 90) " " ' NUMBER j-T j . PROFESSiNQAL CARDS Forb.cn'WbwT TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS Paffmftaq 1 ATtoRNnvs SiiBVstoa . UCtlliSSI fctl2dRliE3 HONS ANrxoiiNEV at Law , .. , AGUNT The hcminnln Lite Insurance Crt. ill I uu uibdun un l llu illlluilUVV UV . V. N. KepOIKAi T use , Am iiiui '':jroWN ItlCHARDSON t Attorney At Ijat,' 4HAixNA, V. i MAUI ,AftTONIO TAVARES i,? . Attorney At Law . - JUAftAWAU. . - MAUI -t-r-w J. Mi KANEKUA ArronNEViANli Counsellor . ', , .AT llAW. Dlftce: Oeciilcntnl Hole), corner bi King and ; Aiatca mruots. HONOLULU, . - , . - , ,T. H. DAVIS & GEAR, Attorneys .t Counsellors at Law 'i' Practice In.nll tbq urts of tho . , 'ffrrltory of II null and , the Federal Courts. 'tfOOMS 302, 2d5i Sdu judil HtiihtlnA HONOLULU, - - T. H. ,1 -. ' I II' n ; JAMES K. SAUNDERS. ' ' ,! .' , Attorney at Law. iv i' i Real Estate, IIU8lno,s nudlt'ollcctldil Afeimey NOTAKY PUBLIC. Haua, Maul. TelclihoilL' N't). PHYSIC...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 26 January 1901

PUBLISHED EVERY SATDiY Omcr, HA ILK Y nLOCK, M ais St. WAIllKl. MAll, J. 11." -x ' " SUUSCniPTlOX KATKS One yt-ur, (in uih line1,) $2. BO Six iiioiiDps, (i ... 1.50 J'h cnlumitt or 'hp Nkw mlnilt comniunleii il')us o jitirtiiH'nt topic. 'rlw only on unpsiilcol' paper. Siixu vour immti ukirh will be Uflil c uiflifaiUln) l( iVislijiU. ' V.. G. B. ROBERTSON. Ed. and Prop MRSQ: B.: fiOBERTSON, Bus. Mgr. 1 1. . i U -' (Saturday, January 0. jg Wanted, a photographic gallery. Jf a man would come horo from' tho Coast' or elsevhere with' a first class 'outfit, inttUitting a, travelling: tent, and establish a permanent photoraphu; gallery in, Wuiluku, ho could lulld up h, paying business. There is not single gallery on tho island of tyadi, and any amount of work for a first operator, to say nothing pf tho outdoor and scenic work to b handled. H The strikes by the Japanese on Maui this week demonstrate more forcibly than any arg'unient could, that U is absolutely' neces sary to entirely' suppl...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 26 January 1901

4-. LOCALS t Cheap anil good job work turned out at tho News offico promptly. Send In your orders. . See the .notion f Byron O. Chirk In another column, with -reference to young fruits trees. It will prob ably interest you. i The Honolulu Photo 'Supply Go. of Honolulu have by Tar the fincstjiie ture framing plant in the Hawaiian ; Islands, and Reserve your patron age. The Honolulu Stock-Yards Co. jiiwve. a flno lot of mules for sale at .reasonable figures. Apply to the "Wailuku Business Agency for parti- julars. , 'Tin? Ladies' fluild of ATai'.uku,' ivill tendes Hev. M Ault and his ;wife a reception nt tho residence of ,Jlr. ar.a Mrs. J. V. Marshall this evening, 8 to 10 o'clock. All are rorilially invited. v The view from the reservoir site is: inspiring. A harbor full of ships at Kahului and a boundless expanse of ripe cane far as the eye can reach. , ' ao eloquent story of the future! ytfpcritj' of Maui. ? Airs. Simmons from New York ity, formerly of Wailtku, who holds Jiplomas b...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 26 January 1901

c i BY AUTHORITY SANITARY REGULATIONS OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH ' for AkfJ Ullages ani POiliLjUS LOCALITIES IN TllE TER'tftTOW OF ilk' WAII' OUTSIDE .OF , THE S'ANITARY DISTRICT1 dF HONOLULU. ionery OF ALL KINDS can W Intel at'the ofDebof the PUBLISE'D' WHEEZY Foreign and Matt News Wo also litt-vo'a complete ahd up (d-date lincof'Jbl) Type anil' are pre pared todb;' FINE' ARTISTIC WOPK PRINT Letter Heads Bill Heads Statemenfsr Envelopes Programmed Invitations J-Cards' e i Is situated upon land whero thero is standing water within eighteen Inches of tho surface of the ground; nor shall any building or structure bo so used that is placed oiv land ir. m REGARDING Poster Etc., Ei& Ail worlc. executed in a MANNER Whcn'ihne.ed of Printing' of any kind ' ? v. GIVE US 1 rHi it THE Maili New? The following rcctilatlohs slmll ap ply 'to, and bo enforced in all villages ami pbpulous localities in' tfio'Tcrri- tory or Hawaii outsuio oi um onm tarv District of "Honolulu. HUIL'DINGS Alitii RAitf...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 2 February 1901

fir i-r j , f-V IF; 1. i : PROFESSINQAL CARDS . ATTORNEYS HmHr. AlTOHNKY AT LAW EltfMs v Thu Cirtcuwlch Fire iBSUt.inco CciJ. Bfej.' WAILUKU, . . MAUI rafe&L -A. N. KEPQIKAI Attorney at Itaw' WAILUKU, tTOIIN RICHARDSON Attorney at Law LAIIA1NA, MAUI ANTONIO TAVARES Attouju;y at LAw MAKAWAO, t: MAUI J. M. KANEKUA ATTORNEY ' A Nil 'COUNSELLOR. AT LAV.- jSSbffloc: Occidental Ilotcl. corner of King and Alali'nv Stiects. HONOLULU, I. H. DAVIS & GEAR , Attorneys & Counsellors At Lav Piactlco In, nil th Territory of Han nil nrt mis of tUo the 1'Vderal Courts. ROOMS 302, 202, 203 diuiil liiltldlnft. HONOLULU, - - T. H. JAMES K. SAUNDERSi Attorney at Law. Koal Kstate, Dulniw unit Collectloil Agency V NOTARY 1HJJILI0. Hana, Maui. Tele phono No. PHYSICIANS JOHN WEDDJ.OK, IsL D. Physician & Surgeon WAILUKU, MAUI DR DINEGAR. , Physician & Surgeon KIIIEI - - - MAUI. iIm -m UfPriwiiv AT TV PHYSICIAN touROEON ''PAIA, MAUI 11. J. McGETTIGAN, M. D :,. ' 1 Physician & Suroeon H...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 2 February 1901

fl&auf Hews PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY O; I KK. 15A1LCY liUVK, MaivSt. . Y.AILIKI. Mill, T. H. SUHSCIJU'TIOX liATKS One war. (in LilvniM-f) '2 ill Sjy mioiiI li4, 1..VI I'iU' rol-imns cf he Nrw udmit cnminnuH'u tt ms (tii iii'i'tiiHHit tiiii'. Wril" nulv on rue !-l:lcul' i;iit r. Si--r:i your ti;mu! w'jieh will In' nut!. Initial if dsinnt. C. B, ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop. MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON Bus. Mgr. Saturday. February ggp iin'iw i xiu muui iii.n 1 in (. nnrt. : .1 l.t 4!. i. .1... U'iipri.iv'1 Ky l va.Ull Ul lillilll'U 11 UI11 UU1 Ul .'11LUII U Uli;v . . Although tho wisdom of any material increase in their salary is not plainly apparent. But if such increase is made, in the number of judges, it would be obviously unfair to call in outsiders, instead of promoting experienced judges from the outside districts to my vacancy which may be created in Honolulu. Judge John Kal iu, for instance, Circuit Court Judge of the Second Judicial Circuit, who is an able jurist of long experience,...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 2 February 1901

LOCALS Look up Hoffman A'. Vctloson's newly received supply of cereals and horse- feed, before purb ts'ng el.so . where. Arrangement!! are being perfected to remove the Kaliului school build ing to a point tnntika of Camp Wood. This should be done at. once. The colored people from Alabama are turning to be a much more desirablo lot of laborers than the '.crap shooting contingent from Nash ville. t The Honolulu Photo Supply Co. of Honolulu have by far the finest pic ture framing plant in the Hawaiian Hands, and deserve vour patron age. The labor strikes are gradually dying out on Maui, and the Ilawa iians and Japs are gradually return ing to work at a, .slight advance on 'former rates. Please dont overlook the store's 1 f) our merchants in AVailuku who think that it dont pay I" advertise. They have got lots of things you want, at reasonable prices. News Laving been received of the death of Queen Victoria, a memorial service will be held at the Anglican Church,1 Wailuku. as soon as of...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 2 February 1901

cm ah dm ' OF ALL KINDS can be had at the office of the PUBLISHED WEEKLY f Wo also have a complete and up Jo-date Hue of Job Type and are pre pared to do FINE ARTISTIC Letter Heads Bill Heads Statements Envelopes Programmes nutations ards Circular Etc., Etc. . All work executed in a f F.AT and , SATISFACTORY MANNER "When In need of Printing of any kind GIVE US A CALL . THE aui Mews m Eg a- Foreign Island News dob Work BY AUTHORITY SANITARY REGULATIONS OJ- THE BOARD OF HEALTH FOR ALL VILLAGES AND POPULOUS LOCALITIES IN THE TERRITORY OP HA WAII OUTSIDE OF SANITARY DISTRICT HONOLULU. THE OF The following regulations shall up ply to, and bo enforced In all villages. .anu populous localities m mo iciw- tory of Hawaii outsido of the Sani- .tary District of Honolulu. REGARDING BUILDINGS AND YARDS. . RAIN WATER. Sec. (I) Where the space be twecn buildings is less than fifteen feet the water from the roofs of the buildings shall be conducted in water 'tight lenders and made to discharge into...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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