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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, February 08, 1902, Image 4',
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if Be Comfortable.
You can now have your
So?as, Chairs, etc.,
nnatly Upholstered at my
Upholstering Shop, in rear
of Mucfiirluno & Co.'s Sa
loon, opposite the Wniltiku
depot. 'ASanJr Years' ex
perience. Prompt attention
to country orders by mail
or telephone. . ,
-. , D. L. MEYER.
Toi. 94. Wailuku, Maui.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Undor tho Laws or
tlio Republic of Hawaii.
CAPITAL -..WOO, 000. 00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,064.94
Chns. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
F. O. Atherton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Directors ITInirv Waterhouf-o,
Tom May, V. W. Macfarlano, E. D.
Tonny. J. A. McGawlless.
Solicits the Accounts of Finns, Cor
pora lions. Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
jll business connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issv.3 Letters of
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
which may be had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
"Metropolitan Meat, Co,
E.GHBERT J. WALLER,
SV'f VTT T I I I t" JL 1
wnoiesaie ana netau
INTERIOR HOUSE FINISH
An excellent selection com
prising . Crown, .Spring Cove, Nosings,
Return Beads, Quarter and Half
Round, P G.. O. G. & Bead Stops
Astragals, Base unci Band mould
ing Wainscoting; Caps, Cornices,
Casings, Frames, (windows and
door), Stair and Porch Rails,
Sash, Boors & Blinds
aH sizes and styles
Nor'Wcst Lumber - Surfaced
Redwood Lumber -Surfaced
Cedar, Spruce, Ash, Mi
KAIIULUI RAILROAD CO
Hollister Dig Cbo
HONOLULU, H. T.
This game on a Package
of Btffgser Medicine is a
gpar&fee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All firct class stores handle
AS! Kinds o? Sausaspef
. 1 Poultries
; j & Hggs
; ,Iland orders promptly ahtended to.
HONOLULU, 1-3. T.
a o "
SOT Telegrams to- all. Points ol
KswaJiy Lasts! and Oafru
$C Sf fw a- f srwuricJ by
RV, !'ltT'n. ' j -
MARKET ST. WAILUKU
CadJoinixo noiuiA's store.)
First Class in All Respect
Hair Cutting, Shaving and
Clean and Tidy
Whi1.? Custom Solicited.
Large Stock of '
Canned Goods? & Fruits.
MARKET C7 WAILUKU
Fre.gfr fee Cream
every day at 10, A. M.
HAVANA 1 -
AMERICA i" J
Fresh California fruits
Candies' Nuts, Cnnmd Flails &
WO & -GO
(bontinucd from Pago 2.) J
Couiltv tronstirnr tniio't. Itilfh tlio
oatli of ofllccj execute a bond! re
ceive revenues and disburse theih ac
cording to law; lceop proper books of
account which shall always bo open
to inspection: countershrn county or
ders; report, all receipts and expendi
tures to the county board mcctiiies;
malic settlement at any time; bo ex
amined under oath when the board
desires: and have his books examined
at least ono every six months by the
county board. If tho county treas
urer refuses to render an account or
make sellement when required, is a
defaulter and in arrears, or is yuiltv
of other misconduct, tho board may
romovo him and appoint a successor.
Neglect of duty shall be punished by
a Tine of not less than $50 llor more
than $1,000. -
At the election for members of the
General Assembly there shall be
elected alatc's attorney for each
county. Ho shall take oath ar.d exe
cute a bond; prosecute and defend
county suits: give his opinion to
county olllccrs uud justices of the
peace; assist the uttornoy goderal;
and proceed against delinquent tax
payers. Sheriffs and Their Duties.
Sheriffs shall be commissioned by
the Governor after election', and shall
give bond in tho sum of $10',000. He
may appoint deputies and take their
bonds for his security. If ho fails to
turn over moreys to persons entitled
to receive thcin such pot son can
prosecute the sheriff's bond in the
name of tho people oPtho Territory of
Hawaii. Tho sheriff shall bo cus
todian of the court hou'so and jail of
his county, shall servo and return
writs warrants, processes, etc.,
shall be conservator of the peace ar.d
suppress riots and fighting, prevent
crimes and attend courts.
The Sheriff shall not practice as an
Attorney uor become security for any
person involved In a suit. Ho shall
net purchase property that he ex
poses for sale by virtue ot an execu
tion. Shoriff and special policemen
must bo citizens of tho United States
and residents of the county where
authorized to act.
In counties with a population of GO,
000 people or' more, there shall be
elected a rccordor of deeds, under
bond of $10,000. He may appointdep
utics. He shall file and record in
struments in appropriate books,
maps, plats and subdivijons of land
must first bo approved by tho legis
lative authority of the city, town or
village. Copies and transcripts shall
be authentic in any Territorial court
or record; books to be open to public
inspection with tho right to take
Duties of recorders and fees charg
ed are prescribed m detail, as also
aro tho dufies peculiar to clerks of
GurvcyoVo and Surveys.
: County Burvoyftr,3 must tako an
oath of office and may appoint de
puties. Their duties as to chuinmon,
making surveys, cbrners, procuring
field notes, records, evidence, and
United States field notes are speci
fied. . .
Commission of Coroners.
Cdrondrs aro to be commissioned
by'tho Governor. Thoy have to glvtr
$5,000 bonds, consorye tho peo'ce;
act as sheriff, tako charge of bodies,
summon jurors, hold ar.d record in
quests, disposo ot property of the
dead and disposo of the bodies of tho
Fees and Salaries.
Upwards of twenty pages of the
Wilcox bill aro devoted to snl.-tMno
PMfowed and fees to bo collcotod In-
county olllcors. coverim' tlm
difri'V'nt departments of county "ov-
i h lament. 1 ' : i .
i' Provision is madn for ilfo qirnniza-
non or new townships, the olcjttlsn r
poundmasters; planting and cultiva
ting trees; judges of elections; elec
tion of town olllcors, polling places;
in casn.s 0j tie votes; mode of coiiduc
ting town' meclings; qualification
aiuf tenure ctr,'"'cc' vacanc'cs' uorm)
iiealtlr bo ' town olllcors; fees,
acounts' at niinual reports; and
tin v.f,i!.,,. if surplus funds.
' -?MJNj'ted Omission. .
,Ono omissk'y, particularly notice
able on a hurried examination of the
Jvilcox bill providing for county
government in thSi Territory of Haw
aii, is that no provision is made for
its amendment. '
Qn page 10 of the bill, in reference
to tho issue of county bonds, it is pre
scribed that the county board "may"
submit such a proposition to the legal
voters of their county. This should
not lie optional, but mandatory.
Mr. Jas. T. Taylor came over on
Wednesday's Maui to spend a few
days in tho interests .of the shipping
company which ho lias organized.
On account of rough weather at
Hanaonlast Saturday, the "Clan
clino" fouled the schooner "H. C
Wright," and Wright's jibboomdam
aged the af terdeck of the steamer.
ThoS. S. Eureka is expected from
San Francisco at Kahutui about the
cud of tho month, and tho estimated
time for tho round trip of each of the
steamers on that lino is 40 days. Sau
Francisco, Honolulu aud Kahului arc
the only ports at which these steam
ers will touch.
Victoria (B. C.,) January 28-
The steamer Queep City, ' which
readied port from Cape Scott and
way ports this afternoon, added do
tail on her arrival of tho boat found
at Aliousett, which has been fully
identified as one of thoso belonging
to the Condor. The boat had the
round panel of hard wood, with tho
small brass letter "C" on both sides
of her bow and tho usual broad arrow
on her stem. With this arrow wore
the figures in Roman numerals XVI,
and below was S.I. I. B. or S. H. E.,
with tho cross bar of tho "H" wash
ed out. With this was the Sh., '98,
indicating that tho boat was built at
Shcorness in 1808, the date and place
where tho Condor was built.
WILDER STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers.
Shippers are notified that a new'
freight schedulo will go into effect
on and after December 1st, 1901
Information in regard to
changes in rales can be obtained.
at thd office of tho Company,
corner Fort & Queen Sts. Hon
C. L. VUGHT,
Vessels in Port -ICahuIui
Am. Schr. James Kolph, Edward
son, from Now Castle, Coal.
Am. JJark Edward May, Hansou,
from Kihei Ballast.
Jan. 18th Seh. James Rolph, J.
Edwardson, from Newcastle, Coal.
Jan. 27 Edward May, Hansen,
from Kihei, Coal Ballast.
Feb. 5th. S. i. Maui, Parker,
Feb. 1st. S. S. Hyados, Garl'ick,
fcr Sau Francisco, 4U5S9 Bags Sugar.
Fob. 4thrS.,S. Tarn pico, Keed, for
Tacoma; Scrap Iron & Brass.
Feb." 8th. S. S. Maui, Parker, for
Honolulu at 5 P. M.
Oceanic Time Ta&le.
csnts Iftf word
$2.03 per n:es!isgc
.Central Station for Alaiii at
-Tmw'' t V UflM? tft Willi. vi l., 11 t VJ tlCJlll.'?t VlV6ilWn(,)
mf. fIGW, ' ' . Q cWt3 8 Dial!. J'uw" fl!B,c,rs' t!)C conduct of olwjtions,
KtJ-u.y- c... v juMiiws and constai-lBs, coinmision-
J. . H .-f hl'l'llU'H HO ytL.tvn T -i0
r'run, .Cm-yu-4 iTW Cigar. Vi-voh , ' " omcors,
uihiU ivci-iw.1 ovcry vvenk. S'lft-lai
C-jfti.HM tlink'.CS l... J IlliLjiK-. .
" r 'kirWn in ... .
.... Send 7')c $-'..fi) $1.25
or $1 50 for a nii;o box of thdfolates
and confffctions. sent post freight
free to atiy nartof tho IsIawTrf,
changing of boundaries, town linos
nnd name, tr.-.es; disposition of ival
estate on division or nr.nexatiou of
tn;vn, meeting of supervisors, bur
iai grounds apportionment of debts,
disputes, union.' of towns, sale of
intoxicating liquors and provisions
for parksi ,
Corporate Powers of Towns.
Following this como the provisions
prescribing tho corporate powers of
towns and thoir exercise: what mav
hiMJttiie, at. .toWn tmeetiiiL's:.. bvHawsj-
(Hues rma regulations; pounds and
Feb. 1 Akmcda
" (i Hongkong Matu
" 3,Niipon Maru...
" 11 Sonoma
" 12 Sierra,...-
" 12 AHowcra ,
' 14 China '...:
Feb. 5 Alameda...
-: . . . S. F.
. . . Colonies
... ... ..'.Colonies
..VJoioaia, B. C..
, . S. V.
(i IIoisglfftngMaru .'. Yok ihantb
8 Nipyon Maru ' S.'Fi
f 11 Sonoma
" 12 Sierra..
" 12 MUiwcra
" ' 14 China.
" 15" Moan a,.
" 15 Pom. . . .
" 22 Doric..
2rreopttt',. . . , .S'.-IV
2(1 Alameda.". S. F.
aui Soda & Icq
Keep Costa.iratlly on Msindlz-hi
ICE, SODA WATER, GINGER ALE, ROOT BEER, OES?t
IRON, STRAWBERRY SODA, AND FRUIT SYRUL'S. ' . ,
Fresh Fish, Fresh Oysters and Sausige
DeSlivery lAeig;on Visits
HAIKU, Tuesday, Friday;
ivjnam. juonuny, xnursoay; '
KAHULUI, Monday, Saturday; ,2v!
SPRECKSLSVILLE, Wednesday, ThutBdSj .
Post Office Address, KAIIULUI, MAUIMl
Merchants and Commission Agept
HONOLULU, II. T. .
WeMlliragton X ype riters 50!jCK
Conover Typewriters 33-3t'C
ALSEN CEMENT ' ' '"J !
ROCHE HARBOR LIME J
CAPS AND FUSE '
36-iric!i Gaiie.20!fe Raii4i
FDR, SALE 'IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT k '
SackfeSctl Co.. .Ltd
I i t$ ti clji iss
Wo do not try to soli carriages cheaper thjiri othors but to'selt'
" w the best goods for tho lowest possible. money. "rfflt-
Call od vehicles b our aim. Every carriage wo sell is a recoilS
uwii mendatibn to others to purchase from us. ?Jf'
I THp imhcr of carriages sold bv us otval'aui' is' tho best evidence!
6j -ttiiw of the worth of our goods.
I !?fjQ'f imrn.esSs is always the cheapest. You can get a good article S
uwji. for a rearonablo price but not for a minimum. y ,
I Wo are offering a few bargains' for tho New Year.. "rito
ii KisiTintr Trm n none n
us'stating your needs
tPacific Vehicle & Supply.Gov Li$x
Honolulu, H, irJ
isiisrlc Stable Comjjaoy, Li
T8E BISMAWf STABLES OF WAIL
Nkw EaiMiiNGB, New Ri.s, New Teams, New MaoagemeI
.The B1SMARK SfABLBS Co. propose foil
the Leading Livery Stable Jusjriess on Mauit' .
LIVERV,. feOARD and SALES (STABLES
HACKS'? CarrhjsV Busies find Saddle Horses
,at all Houifs. ..A.tNcnSystenivd?FVei5 Buttdn&v'
4 New and Avst classy aiuUeftiUs, nntlcompotttnt ariyen