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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, MARCH 10, J 906
Sent to the Reformatory.
THERE IS ONLY ONE
Bo sure that your CREMO OIGAR
has tho word OREMO perforated in the
wrapper of tho cigar. The CREMO has
no band. It has only its perforated mark
and the best flavor and smoking qualities
to distinguish it from any other So.Cigar.
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BRBWBRY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Wholesale Dealer In
Standard Brands of
IMPORTED and DOMESTIC WINES
LIQUEURS, CORDIALS, GINS, ETC.
PABST, A. B. C. LEMPS, RAINIER, and PRIMO
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED
When you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it to the right shop.
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING HORSE SHOEING.
L MalniSti near
& Liquor Co.
brand denotes quality
us in regards to your
needs oena your
11c nnn vrmi maw fpt
of fair rreatment
HONOLULU, T. H.
John Menes who assaulted Ah Toy
with such serious results last week
was sentenced to six years in the
reform school by District Migistrale
McKay on last Saturday. Johns
mania seemed to bo throwing stones
at people and some timo ago without
any cause or provocation badly in
jured Maude the little daughter of
Deputy County Attornoy JV. F.
Crockett. At that timo the little
girl was playing in front of her home
when John appeared on tho scene and
throw a stonoat her,culting her foot
I a lly after which ho ran away. It
is reported that many instances of
this nature havo occurred until his
presence became a menace to the
The reformatory is unquestionably
tho proper placo for Llm.
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l btnovo that the Kahului oil is not
so rich in asphaltum const' tuunts nor
as heavy as Is desirable tor tho best
results on roads. But I still believe
that It cun be used in some places,
particularly as a binding for top
dressing of a macadamized surface,
with advantage and economy.
I have examined the steel bridge
crossing Iao stream and And that it
needs thorough scraping and chip
ping to free it form rust and then
repainting. This will be done as soon
as proper paints can bo secured. It
will cost in the neighborhood of $100
and posib!y more. Two sites for the
crushing plant for the road between
camp 2 and camp 3 b.vo been picked
out and rock is beinir broken and
collected and hauled to one of these
sLtes on the railroad by courtesy of
the H. C. & S. Co. The crushing
plant will bo ready in about tvvo
weeks and active work on macadam'
izing begin. tVith the amount author
ized, viz:, $5000.00, at tho lust meet
ing of the board, the road cau be
macadamized from Camp 3 to a point
somewhat beyond Camp 2. The rotary
screen belonging to Wailuku has been
overhauled and assembled ready for
work and plans made for an econ
omical crushing plant with bins,
chutes etc. In accordance with the
instructions of your honorable body
I have interviewed the committee pf
the Wailuku Improvement Associa
tion in reference to tho sidewalk pro
position on Market aud Main Stteets.
I hare to report that committee has
succeeded in obtaining .1 written
agreement from all the property
owners or leases along the streets in
question, to defray one half tho cost
of constructing said cement sidewalk
and curbing in frout of their respec
tive holdings. This agreemeut with
a letter from the chairman of the
said committee is herewith presented
und I desire to reccommend the
adoption of the proposal of the said
committee by this honorable body,
suggesting that the work be done by
contract. Before this can be done
however, it will be nezcessory to
establish lines nud grades of these
streets and decide upon a disposition
of tne ditch under the sidewalk along
Market Street. I have searched in
vain for any information showing
official lines of these streets and have
come to tho conclusion that there
are no official lines existing except
the right of way for a highway ac
quired by the Territory and now in
the hands of the county. The Cojnty
certainly can claim as a highway
every portion of these streets used
for 5 years by the public for highway
purposed including sidewalks, 'i'lii
proper course, it seems to me, is to
adoiit a li.ie us neur as possible to
the linef, of fence und buildings, with
a reasonable attempt at st-uigllten
ing and removinguiihigliiiy jogs,butll
would entail uuwari anted expense to
attempt to tnnko these streets per
fectly straight from end to end A
system of give and like cun bt used
along Main Street uhlch will impro'vV
tl e line without expeti&e. The curb
line of Market Siren, can be eslub
lUhfd leuviug a 'ID foot roadway uud
the sidewalk made to conform to th!
without moving any builuing.
I recommend a width of 5 feet for
Main Street uud of G (1 et fur Market
Street, leaving an api nxiuiaieiy
equal distance on either aide of the
walk, between the curb uud the fence,
to be tilled in with earth.
The largest item of expense in tho
Lahaina District for this month has
boen the repairing of retaining -walls
on the new Honokohao road which
has cost $343.20. This work has been
done in a thorough manner, however,
and it is hoped and believed that
there will be little further expense
STEEL SAFES that
Of the httost designs in any materiul known to tho trade, including vhite Bronze and also Ileal
Bronze. Call on or write to
ALAKEA ST., Bet. King and Hotel Sts.
F. O. Box 6-4r2
of this kind for it is likely that the
effect of time will tend to solidify that
portion which has not already fallpn
The feed andlool rooms authotlzed
by the Board have been built adjoin
ing the stables and alt given a coat
Tho balance of wt rk in this dtstrlot
has been repair work, spreading of
soil on road below mill and soil and
stones on Mill Street, filling in holes
along tho main road, etc.
Plans have been made for a bridge
at Kahana and woric begun there.
This bridge wi'.l cost about $225.00
and will do away with a very trouble
some crossing of tho stream. A re
location of the belt road from Hono
lua to Napili has been picked out and
a portion staked for grading and work
begun. This work will cost about
$3000 and will reduce grades from
twenty and twenty five per cent to
5 per cent making a continuous good
road from Lahaina to Honokohao.
The Honokowal bridge has been
inspected and plans made for a new,
structure with a center pier, doing
away with the trusses. Material has
boen ordered for this bridge and work
of erection will commence as scon as
the Kahana bridge shall have been
I recommend that a concrete oi.ge
be built across the stream at Uku
mehame as seen as the Hohokowal
bridge be completed. Pland have
been made for this bridge which' is
to be similar in character ot the con
crete bridge at Kauaula, Puuhele and
Waikapa, but with a larger span. "
Steps have, .been taken to begin
macadamizing the main roads of
Lahaina, rocks are being collected
for tho crushc, the site has been
chosen and a rotary screen has boon
ordered and plans made for the bins
and chutes. The steam roller which
is to be brought from Hana is being
put in condition and will be shipped
to Lahaina in about a week.
Two tents have been ordered for
the Lahaina District, and will be
delivered in a few dcy for use in the
A wagon suitablo forhauling mac
adam and harness for same havo been
ordered from the coast.
Accompanying this report are the
reports of the four overseers on Maui
and diaries made out by them from
day to day showing their porsonal
The boartl authorized the macada
mizing of the Pcia Makuwao roiid
begining at the Poin depot and work
whl begin at oree.
The County engineer was instruct-
(f1 to make a survey of the road
petitioned for PauwehTto Halehaku
Ho was further Instructed to adver
tiofiir bids for haulhtg the material
tint fencing fifteen thousand feet of
fence al"ng the Huelo Peahl road.
The must important act of the txard'
0 far as tho residents of Wailuku is
concerned was the accept ance of ths
plan of ttie Wailuku Improvement
Assotiutinn to have a concrete side
walk from Hlght Street down Main
t Market and thei.oedown the Man
ka side of Market Stree.t. The hold
ers of udjiiinin:; lands offer to pay one
half of the cost of the wuuie while the
County will pay the other. ThU is a
satisfactory arrang meat to nil con
The County engineer was Instruct
cd to begin macadumlzlog Hie road
from Moalii bridge through Lahaina
to Olowalu. The construction of the
Honokowui' bridge wus authorized.
The paper was ordered for the
ballots for next election'.
The County Attorney was authoriz
ed to wire and write tho Hlght Sheriff
and ask him -to delay the -removal
to Honolulu of long term prlsioncrs
as they are badly needed on the pu-
and Durable. Lawn and Cemetery Funituro
VAULT FROIN IS
don't absorb moisture and aro absolutely Fireproof.
For sale, for rent, lost, found, situations or
help wanted advortlsemenis will be publish
ed under this heading at the follmlng
rates: B cents a line first Issue, Ave cents a
line second Issue and three cents a line each
succeeding Issue. Sovon words to constltuto
a line nine lines a inch Broken linos to
count as full lines.
ICE CREAM PARLOR
SUCCESSOR TO CHONG CHUNG.
FRESH SODA "WATER,
CANDY, TOBACCO, CIGARS,
FRESH.CAKES TO ORDER,
Market Street, "Wailuku.
H. OKAMURA, Propritor.
Patronize local men
Don't send to Hoi.olu'u
win n you can insure at home.
F. P. ROSECRANS,
Local Agfnt'New York Life.
Mar. 3 Str. Claudine Parker, for
Mar. 10-Str. ClBudine Parker, frrm
The meeting adjourned aftertran
sactlng all neccessary business at 11
a. m. on Wednesday.
Postmaster Waal's prettj little
daughter was three years old last
Saturday and her birthday was ap
propri ately observed.
On Saturday afternoon, March 10,
a luau will be served on the grounds
of the Wainee Church; and an attrct
tlvo musical programme may be ex
pected hi the evening. The financial
proceeds will be added to the fund
for the extensive re pairs of th
The'U. S. Tug 1 roquois was seen on
Sunday afternoon, near the Island of
Mr. K. Rahdubl has returned to
his old position in the Lahaina Store.
Mr. A. Aalborg's brother and
nephew have returned from the
volcano. Their homeiis in Chicago
Seme imptovrments will biinude
In Miss A. Z Hanley's cottage.
The Japuuese entertainments have
been quite sueceshfiil.
Fritz E. A. Khler, who has iieen
in Japan frn number of months, has
found remunerative employment, in
Yokohama. ' "
, A serious disaster to.ik hve on
Wednesday afternoon. There a a
very heavy su-f. and a Japanese
Sampan was un'! le.to not in.
A small bat went out to remlet
'tssistnnce, mid was nraily ,sviuupl
in the attempt TliHstron rum tits
carried tho heats hither and thither,
nnd finally the Mimpuu v ay capsize'.
One of the ci eww as. drowned, it is
said Credit Is due to Dili or Roterts
and a native crew, who m.de gallant
efforts to res'-uo the imperiled Japa
nese. One of the men who were rescued
was in an exhausted condition. A
mau In the lighthouse discovered
a Japanese far out in the seething
waters, clinging to an oar.
He was rescued by Kuaiwa whose
life was risked to save him. The
United States government gives
medals to those who risk their lives
to save sailors' and "we suggest that
this matter be taken up with Kuhlo
and his assistance asked. . '
J. C. AXTELL & CO,
("At the Sea's Shore.")
ONE MINUTE WALK FROM BOAT LANDING
COOL, AIRY ROOMS,
INVIGORATING SEA AIR-
and an EXCELLENT TABLE
Makes Living at this Hotel a Joy
SPECIAL RATES BY THE
WEEK OR MONTH
Ycu make no mistake when you pu
up here. Sample Room Attach kp
Telephone Fob Use Of Guests.
GEORGE FREELAND, Manager
Maiiket StueEx- Wailuku
ANTONE B0RBA, Prop.
Full line of popular brands, of -WINES,
WHIf-'KIES, GINS ' ;
Celebrated Primo & Seattle
' Bottled Bner
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a dally supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Tel. 166 ' Malcawao
Market Streot, Wailuku
Nothing but tho best of jt
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PRIMO -
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Spurting People
T. B. LYONS, Piop.3$
Wailuku Fruit Market
KG LEONC. Proprietor.
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ORANGES LEMONS NUTS
CA LIFOUNI VEU ETAMLES
Californlu ppult During Scnuon.
Telephone Orders Promptly Filled.
MARKET ST. WAIUUKU.
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