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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1905
GOLD MEDAL AWARDED
Dearborn Methods of Treating Boiler Waters and Dearborn Vegetable Feed
Water Treatment at tlie World's Fair, St. Louis.
This award was made from results obtained in keeping a battery of 3,000 horse-power water-tube boilers absolutely
free from scale and corrosion during the six. months' run of the World's Fair Power Plant.
Are YOU using DEAliBOEN VEGETABLE FEED-WATER TREAT
MENT in your boilers? If not send gallon sample of water for analysis.
Write for Booklet "W" on Reed-Water Treatment.
DEARBORN DRUG AND CHEMICAL WORKS
WM. If. EDGAR, President. ROBT. F. CARR, VIce-Pres, and Gen. Mr. WM. B. McVICKER, 2d Vice Pres. and Bast Mgr. CHAS. M. EDDY, See. and Treas.
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Sunday Law as Amended
Honolulu March 21. -Following is the
full text of the Sunday law as it will
appear on the statute books if amended
as proposed by the Quinn Sunday bill:
Section 3189. Sunday Defined--Sun-
day within the meaning of the provisions
of this Act, is the first day of the week
and includes the time between the m id-
night following the same day.
Section 3190. All labor on Sunday is
forbidden, except works of necessity or
mercy, in which are included all labor
that is needful for the good order, health,
comfort, or safety of the community, or
for the protection of property from un
foreseen disaster, or danger of destruc
tion or injury, or which may be required
for the prosecution of or attendance upon
religious worship, or for the furnishing
of opportunities of reading or studying;
provided however, that this section shall
not apply to newspaper printing offices,
steamship companys, railroads, telegraph
and telephone companies, hotels, inns,
resturants, cigar stores, icecream parlors,
soda water stands, drug stores, livery
stables, hackmen, owners and operators
of licensed shore boats, news depots,
graziers, and ranchmen, electric light
plants, gas works, and slaughter houses;
and provide further that personal bag
gage may be conveyed to and from
vessels leaving and arriving at port on
that day, and to and from any railroad
station; that on Sunday the loading and
unloading of vessels engaged in inter
state or foreign commerce shall be per
mitted, but no freight except live stock
and goods of a perishable nature shall be
drayed or conveyed from the dock, pier,
wharf, or landing upon which it is un
loaded; that during the entire day, milk,
bread, fruit, and ice may be sold and de
livered; that until 10 o'clock in the fore
noon fresh meat, fresh fish, fresh iniit
and fresh vegetables may be sold and
delivered; and that barbershops may be
kept open until 11 o'clock in the fore
noon. Section 3691. of Chapter 220, Revised
Laws of Hawaii is hereby amended so as
to read as follows.
"Section 3191. No person shall pros
ecute, conduct or take part, on Sunday,
in any recreation, amusement, sport or
game in such a manner as to commit a
Section 3192. Any person violating
any of the provisions of this Act shall on
conviction be fined not over fifty dollars
or be imprisoned not over thirty days.
Section 3193. Except as otherwise
provided, no person shall serve or exe
cute any civil process on Sunday, and
any such service or execution shall be
Section 3194. Whoever wilfully in
terrupts or disturbs any religous assemb
ly or assembly for religious worship,
whether such offender commit such
offense within or without the place of
assembly and whether such offence be
committed on the Lord's day or at any
other time, shall be punished by im
prisonment at hard labor not more than
thirty days, or by fine not exceeding
fifteen dollars, in the discretion of the
Section 7. This Act shall take effect
from and after the date of its approval.
May Cut Tax Officers Out.
Honolulu March 17. Second reading
of the County bill proceeded in the
Senate, at a o'clock this afternoon.
McCandless talked for general reduc
tion of County salaries, going into statis
tics. , The Territory would have no
money to give to the Counties until Nov
ember. .,The Territory would be in a sad
condition financially unless County 1 x-
penses were cut to the bone. All along
the line salaries should be cut at least
twenty-five per cent, if County govern
ment was to be at all successful.
Pay of board of Supervisors was moved
reconsideration by Gandall. Lost. He
then moved to reconsider the salary of
the Sheriff to Oahu. Lost, 7 to 4.
Sheriff Hawaii: Achi moved not more
than $1,500 per year." ,
"He should has as much as the Oahu
Sheriff," said Dickey.
"Hawaii has not as much money,"
McCandless moved fov fi.Xo). Car
Maui Sheriff: Hayse'.den moved that
the salary remain at $1,800 u iu the bill.
Carried, 8 to 5.
Kauai Sheriff ($2109, ,n - bitl): Bishop
moved $1600. Finally fixed at (1,500,
County ClerV, Oahu ($2,400): Dick
ey moved $1800; McCandless moved
$1,500. Carried at $1500.
County Clerk, Hawaii; $1,500, lost;
carried at $1200.
Paris said only incompetent men would
be secured at such low salaries.
County Clerk, Maui: Carried at $1200;
Auditor, Oahu ($2,400): Carried at
$1,800; Hawaii, $1,800; Maui, $1,800;
Dickey was in favor of the general gov
ernment collecting all the taxes, turning
over to the Counties their due. Assess
ors should be cut out of tie County sys
tem altogether. No collectors were
Paris moved to refer the matter of as
sessors and collectors to the Judiciary
Committee. This motion was carried.
Funds Paid Grossly in Excess
Honolulu March 17. The Committee
on Public Expenditures of the House of
Representatives brought in a strong re
port on the investigation of the expendi
tures of the Department of Public Instruc
tion this morning. The sentiment of the
House was well shown when the report was
adopted without a protest, the members
voting for it with emphatic voices.
The report says:
"Your Committee on Public expen
ditures, acting under Resolution No. 102
and Rule No. 27 of this House, proceed
ed upon the investigation of certain
vouchers and warrants pertaining to ex
penditures of the Department of Public
Instruction of the Territory of Hawaii.
As a result of the examination by an
expert of the vouchers and accounts of
the Department of Public Instruction,
witnesses were called before your com
mittee and by their testimony irregular
ities are apparent in the expenditure of
public funds by that Department.
Persons have been paid in cash, for work
and labor performance for and on be
half of this department sums grossly
in excess of their value, endorsing the
voucher for the same to the Assistant
Secretary and School Agent. In one -case,
a person performed labor and fur
nished material for said department and
testified to having received but one-half
of the sum of money charged for the
work, and for which the endorsed vou
cher was cashed by the Assistant Secre
tary and School Agent.
The circumstances of the investigation
and the general results obtained are not
herein included to the end that justice
be subserved. From our examination we
believe the condition of affairs to be far
from satisfacuory. Just where the re-
sponsiblity lies is still a question. We
recommend that the matter be referred
to the Governor, with a transcript of the
evidence, as it would appear to seriously
discredit the Administration."
Signed by Reps. Waterhouse, Harris,
Lewis, Pali and Broad, all the committee
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