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WAELUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY r 1906
ATTORNEY AT LAW
BOARD OF SUPERVISOR
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Oflioo, Kawaapae, P.uunene and
Kaholui. Tolophonc 82
. Hours. 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
EDMUND II. HART
Notary Public, Conveyenoer and
Agent to Grant Marriaoe License
Oflice, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEET.
MRS. A. POOLE
IIih Street Opp. Wailuku School
A prominent citizen and leader
in politics threw us a bouquot the
other day while in our store. "What
a singularly neat store you have,
every thin.'; so up to date, and you
seem to carry nearly everything,"
It is all quite tue our stock is
now, fresh .ind up to date,-and wo
fin fin it v almost everything. Just
try us and you will find wc are quite
correct, in our assertion.
RIAUi MUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Bank of Hawaii
Tnr.nrnorated Undor the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
O. H. Cooko Cashier
C. Hustaco Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tennoy, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
p'jr Savings Business.
MONEY ORDER FEES
Orders payable at Honolulu
for small amounts, current post
oflico rates. And for amounts
exceeding One Hundred Dollar
20 cents per hundred. Order
payable at any Mainland Point,
mirront nost oflico ratos or 30
cents per One Hundred Dollars.
8:30 A. M. to 5 P. M.
P. M. and 7:00 to 8
FIRST NATIONAL BANK 0
members of board present and much
business is transacted in the usual
, business-like manner.
HOWELL COUNTY ENGINEER.
Office of County Engineer created and Hugh Howell
appointed Duties defined Much
3VA1LUKU, MAUI, T. II.
On Tuesday of this week the
County board of Supervisors met
at their board rooms for the tran
saction of the county business.
All of the members of the board
ere in .attendance.
The day was spent in the usual
outirie of business, and many
claims were passed.
In the evening many represent
ative citizens were present by spec
ial invitation of the board to dis
cuss the very important question
of providing a"suitable approach to
McGregor's Landing. This is a
subject of special interest to prac
tically all of Maui and thq citizens
showed their interest by their at
tendance and a full ' discussion of
Among those present were Judge
A. N. Kepoikai, W. G. Scott, Fer-
inand, Hons. Hugh Howell, W.
Robinson, C. D. Lufkin and D.
It was finally moved by Judge
Kepoikai and unanimously carried
by tho citizens that their choice of
the two approaches is tho one on
the Olualu side of McGregor's
Landing. It is understood that
10 Territorial appropriation is
sufficient to build the approach on
that side while an approach on
Maalaea Bide would cost about two
or three thousand Dollars addi
The following day tho board offi
cially took up tho matter and in
structed tho clerk to writo the
Superintendent of Public Works
that their choice was an approach
on the Olualu side.
County attorney D. II. GusoaBk'
ed for a ninety daj's leave of absenco
that ho might go to Washington
as Maui s delegate to assist m
securing the passage of tho bill in
troduced by Delegato Kuhio pro
viding for the expenditure within
tho Territory of seventy-Jive per
cent of all Federal rovenues of the
After a thorough discussion of
tho case it was moved by supervi
sor Church seconded by T. T. Mey
ors that such leave of absenco be
granted. After some hesitancy on
the part of Supervisor Cornwol
all voted in tho affirmative.
Tho next act was a resolution in
structing tho clork to write the
clerk of Oahu county for a copy of
all ordinances passed by the County
board of Oahu.
The matter of public health was
then considered and the clerk in
structed to notify the various san
itary inspectors to strictly enforce
all board of health rules and ca
their attention to those rules now
being published rolating to expec
toration in public places and also
in reference to spraying of clothes
bv blowinc water from tho mouth.
This practico by tho Chineso
Laundrymen is a most ubominable
quo and should bo strictly onforc-
Tho writer hasn't given a
single piece of clothing to a China.
man to laundry for years on account
of this filthy practice of theirs.
Somo correspondence has been
carried on between tho sup rintend
ent of public works and tho board
in reference to tho completion of
the Wailuku Jail tho ternor of
which is that tho Territory is will
ing to complete the jail and fire
station and rent tho part not need
ed by tho Territory to tho County
for $300.00 per annum. - It will
cost about five thousand dollars to
complete these buildings and will
be a great service to the County
and Torritory alike. The offer of
the Territory was accepted and tho
clerk instructed to writo tho super
intendent of public works to this
A motion was then introduced
by Supervisor Meyers instructing
tho clerk to notify the governor
tiiat JMigineer Hugh Howell was
appointed by the board to corres
pond with Hon. L. W. Page, Direct
or of Agriculture at Washington
D. C. in re roads of tho County.
The clerk was instructed to write
tho clerk of Kauai County that the
County of Maui will pay one half
of the necessary expense in tho in
como tax cases.
A Resolution creating the Office
of County Engineer; defining and
egulating the duties and powers
of said office, and fixing tho com
Be It Resolved By tho Board of
Superviors within and for the
County of Maui:
Section 1. There 13 hereby ere
ated the Office of County Engineer
within and for tho County of Maui
The person appointed to bucIi oflico
shall bo a competent civil engineer
and land surveyor, and, unless
otherwise directed, shall bo the ex
ecutive officer of the Board of Sup
orvisors in so far as appertains to
all public work connected and hav
ing to do with his department,
He shall bo appointed by, and
shall hold his office during the
pleasure of, tho Board of Supervi
Section 2. Tho County engineer
shall at all times have his princi
pal ollice at tno uounty. beat; and
shall keep all records, books, papers
and other documents appertaining
to said department at his oflico
bection 0. vvnen aim as re
quested by tho Board of Supervi
sors ho shall from time to time (a
make any survey that may bo call
eil for; (b) keep accurate and com
plete notes of all such surveys
numbering them in thoir order; (c'
preservo and file in his office
copy of all fiold notes and calcula
tions concerning such surveys, en
dorsing thereon their proper mini
hers: (d) make such mans and trac
ings, and furnish such data as may
bo needed by the Board or any de
partment of tho County; and (0)
perform all such other duties as
may, from time to time, bo assign
ed to him by tho Board, or as nat
urally belong to his said office.
He shall make surveys and plans
of all new roads atid bridges, and
of all alterations and re-locations
thereof, filing tho original plans,
notes, and maps having to do there
with, properly indexed, in his prin
cipal office as permanent records
Section 4. Subject only to the
orders and directions of tho Board
of Supervisors ho shall havo direct
charge of all work connoted and
having to do with pubiic roads and
highways, bridges, and other im
provements of a public nature car
ried on within tho County and in
which tho County of Maui may or
shall havo an interest. He shall
at all times direct and ovorseo the
ork of tho Road-Overseers of tho
several road districts throughout
the County, requiring monthly
Resignation of McGall of the New York Life
Accepted Simeon Whirton cut to pieces
in Waialua-Frank Johnson arrested.
ALICEIROOSEVELT TO WED.
Wedding of Alice Roosevelt to congressman Longworth
take placeFeb. 17. Joseph Chamberlain
hooted down by audience.
roadoverseersjand at all times keep
himself accurately informed as to
tho character, extent and progress
of all public work under his super
vision. It shall bo his duty to in
struct and advise the several road
overseers as to tho best methods'
nd mannor of performing their
several duties and of carrying for-
ard to completion all public work.
making a personal inspection at
east once in every month when
possible of all work in course of
Section 5. On tho first day . of
ach and every month he shall file
in the office of tho County Clerk,
for the. Supervisors showing, in full,
the status of all public work either close.
under his immediate charge or un
der tho charge of any of tho road'
Sugar 3.625, Beets 8s 8id,
Resumption of operations will bo impossible.
NEW YORK Jan. 5-jacob H. Schiff a financier in a public speech'
ritten reports from each of said declared that unless the currency be reformed tho greatest panic in
history would result. His utterances affected tho stock market.
LONDON Jan. 5 The political campaign is a disorderly one.
Tho Honorablo Joseph Chamberlain was hooted down at a meet
ing in Derby.
WASHINGTON Jan. 5 The marriage of Alice Roosevelt with
Congressman Longworth takes place Feb. 17th.
HONOLULU Jan. 5 There is little doubt that Frank Johnson a
degenerate killed Simeon Whirton on Wednesday. A blood stained
knifo and aiamonds wore found on tile prisoner when arrested.
NEW YORK Jan. 4 President McCall haB resigned. Resigna
tion is accepted Alexander Orr has succeeded McCall as president of
Now York Life Insurance Co. ' 1
HONOLULU Jan 4 Simeon Whirton was cut to pieces in Waialua-
A work man was arrested.
MOSCOW, Jan. 4 Numerous captured loaders of agitation havo been
ST. PETERSBURG, Jan 4 Dutiloff iron works has decided to
They have lost millions by the strikes.
DENVER, January 2. President Davaid Starr Jordan of the-
overseers, such report setting forth Leland Stanford Junior University at Palo Alto in an interview to-:
day claimed that the press had misquoted him with referenco to Mrs.
Jane Stanford's death.
SPRINGFIELD, O., January 2. Tho Ohio Legislature convened
Both houses are now fully organized.
Tho Democrats control tho Senato and the Republicans control the
Houao of Representatives.
the location, character, extent and
cost of same. Whenever a new
street, highway, road or bridge is
to be constructed he shall furnish
to tho Board of Supervisors, and to
the Superintendent of Public
Works, all necessary data concorn-
ng the location, grade, method of,
and material to bo used in the, con
struction of tho same, together with
such maps thereof as may be call
NEW YORK, January 2. A report is in circulation here that
President McCall has resigned as President of tho Now York Life In-
I 111 il 1 1 1 1 t . 1 j 1 1. .
Section 6 Unless tho duties of surance company anu tnat ne nas reiunueu two nunureu anu miriy- .
lis office are of such a nature as to fivo thousand dollars (235,000) given by him to Attorney Hamilton to
prevent tho county engineer shall bo expended in influencing legislation to secure certain favors for tho
personally appear before the Board big life insuranco companies,
of Supervisors on the opening day
of each regular session, and, in ad- ST. PETERSBURG, January 2. The outlook is more favorablov
ditm to his written monthly report, for rest0ration of peaceful conditions. The situation is clearing up.
ho shall thero make such oral re- n . r, ,.. . , . ... t "
port, and give such information ., wr"uul , u " IU" 13 ,D"U" " u,u lu"
LONDON, January 2. Prime Minister Right Honorable Arthur
James Balfour, in a campaign speech hero last night in connection
with the coining Parliamentary elections, declared that tho mining in
terests of the Transvaal are dependent upon the importation of Chinoso
labor for their successful continuance.
as may be called for by tho Board.
in case he cannot so appear a good
and sufficient reason therefor shall
bo assigned either in person or by
bection 7. All notes, surveys,
maps, plans, specifications, and
other records made and compiled
by the county engineer shall bo pro-
NEW YORK, January 2. Tho Typographical Union of New York
perly indexed and filed in the office has decided upon a strike. All the printers of the city will walk out
of said engineer, thero to be and re- today and demand an eight hour day.
main the property of the County nnr.vn T r,.- i.. tr tt..,. xr.i
It was moved by Supervisor y , . L . . . .. . , ,
1 I enn I .imimn n nt finvfirnni1 At Aliatrnlin la rlnnH
Church seconded by T. T. Meyers ' '
that Engineer Hugh Howell be &ir iNeison was uorn in loao; educated at ivdinuurgn anu uxioru
appointed as County engineer and 8Ilt in Legislative Assembly of Queensland as momber for .Northern
surveyor whose duties shall bo in Downs,1883-88,when ho was elected for the newly constituted district of
Murilla; re-elected, lous, lBUo, when no engaged m pastoral pursuits;
Secretary for Railways and Public Works, Queensland, 1888-90; Col-
accordance with resolution 227, at
a salary of two hundred and fifty
dollars per month. With the un
derstanding that whatever amount Assembly of Queensland, 1808.
onial Treasurer, 1892-3; Vice Presidont Executive Council, Premier,
Chief Secretary and Treasurer, 1893-98; President of the Legislative
Mr. Howell may draw from tho
Territory shall bo deducted from
his Balary this resolution passed
unanimously. On tho recommanda
txon oi Mr. Howell a motion was
made by Halualani instructing tho
County engineer to have repaired
two bridges in Kipahulu known as
Ohio and Kalena.
Tho meeting adjourned Thurs
day afternoon at two o'clock and
will hold thoir next meeting on
Tuesday of February next.
(Continued on page a)
MOSCOW, January 1. The last remnant of tho insurgents has
Troops occupy tho troubled districts.
Tho populace are clearing away tho barricades, ...
Fatalities havo been exaggerated in number.
The Workmen's Council has called off the strike
BOISE. Idaho. January 1. Shoshone county, tho scene of thet
Coeurd' Aiene riots in louu, nas oitered ?iu,uuu reward tor tno capturt
of the assassins of former Governor Steunenberc. Fivo suspects hdvi
ST. PETERSBURG, January l.--Reports of Premier Do -JVitteTBr
retirements aro revived. Dumoro, Minister of the Interior,
ed as likely to be his successor.
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