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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1906
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uro yood Pickles when the inline of HEINZ is
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should be. HEINZ PICKLES make many
a homo happy. Almost might it havo been
written, -'What is Homo without a Pickle?''
5 of Good Things for the tablo are an enduring
delight to housekeepers. Somo of tho special
ties tiro Mince Meat, Baked Beans, Tomato Ket
chup, Tomato Chutnoy and Mustard Dressing.
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years experience, wns also present.
Miss Wells comes from California.
and is visiting the islands on ac
count of ill health.
After a song, which was credit-
bly given by some of Miss M. B. j
Starbird's pupils, the minutes of the j
nst meeting w.ere read and approv
ed. Tho following program was
Mr. Taylor, owing to tho unavoid
able absenco of Mr. Kano, Principal
of Kaupo School, read Mr. Kano'p
paper on "Discipline." This paper
Discipline in'Schools, the Army,
and Navy, was followed by an
Miss E. Anderson gavo a lan
guage lesson to which every one
istened with tho closest attention.
Another song by the class was
followed by Mr. Taylor, Principal
at Kipahulu, reading a very able
paper cm Bribery and Corruption
in the U. S. Senate. The object of
the paper being to. show tho in
Hnenco dishonest men in Congress
havo upon tho yourtg mdn of
Recess was then taken until 1.30
Tlie afternoon session was opon-
cd by an instrumental duet. Mr.
Kaumeheiwa and Mr. Ah You tak
Mr. Ah You, Principal of Keanae,
read a very interesting and well
written paper on Chinese Immi
gration, holding that ho restriction
whatever should be placed upon
the entry of Chinese in this Terri
tory which created considerable
discussion. Mr. Taylor and Miss
Starbird taking tho stand that no
aliens that would not blend with
tho great American people should
be admitted to these shores, altho
agreeing with Mr. Ah You in ,re
yard to the honesty and industry of
tho Chinese as a' race. Mr. Plun'
ett also look part in, the discussion
Miss Elizabeth) Kaea and Mr. S.
Kawaiaea of, Katipo School sang a
duet in Hawaiian which was great
ly appreciated by; all present.
After this a general discussion
took place about the disposition of
the money realized from garden
products or other- industrial pur
suits. Miss Starbird read' a letter
from Superintendent Babbit in re
gard to this subject. After vocal
and instrumental selections in
which all took part, tho meeting
The next meeting is to takep lace
on Saturday June 9th. By order
of the chairman.
NEAT, REASONABLE AND
MEMORIALS. Artistic in Design. Durable as Time.
To Beautify our Driveways
About two years ago the Wailuku
improvement. Association took up
tho sqheme of working out a plan to
2et trees planted along such roads
in the district as were iu need of
shade. W. J. Coelho was appointed
a committee of one to have charge of
tho matter and after meotinj; all
kinds of disappointments has finally
succeeded in getting the County
Board of Supervisors to authorize
too planting ot uio same. As &oon
as this was done he secured over'one
thousand trees from, tho government
nursery and has interested a number
of individuals in tho matter to the
extent of getting them to plunt out
tho same along the road and agree
to care for them. This is tiie begin
iiiug of a work that will mean a trans
tormution lit tio condition oi pur
roans and will lie more to make our
Island popular wilh ho travollng
public than any one thing that cou'd
Mr. Coollio informs us that David
riaughs will soon be on Muul for the
purpose of aeet talniiiH the kind' of
trees, from personal inspection, tha
are best adapted to the needs of
The letter that cum wilh the troes
will be of interest to those who wish
fo see our roads ma ie moro pleasan
and beautiful. ;
May 4, 190G.
Hon. W. J. Coelho,
The following Is a list of plant:
selected for the Wailuku Improve
28 plants 1 box Yellow Poinclana
Caesalpinia sps. 24 plants 1 box
immeamawx- vvvy. 7mmnmm
SAFES. The Best Made.
J. C AXTELL & CO,
F. O. Box 642
ALAKEA ST., Bot. Kinj? and Hotel Sts.
Swamp Muhogany Eucalyptus robus-
a. 32 plants 1 box Pepper tree
Schinus molle. 12 p'ants 1 box
Chinese Banyan Ficus sps. 50 plants
Silk Oak Grevillea rebusta. 1000
plants 12!)Oxes Iron wood Casuarina
Tho Ironwood, Swamp Mahogany,
Silk Oak and Pepper Tree are suit
able for sandy exposed places. The
Chinese Banyan is a very largo shade
tree. It will stand dry weather it is
Stated and will also grow in sandy
soil. Yellow , Poinclana, medium
hardy tree stands stroug wind fairly
well and will also grow in sandy soil.
Other trees may bo recommended
after an examination of tho soil and
location is made. I will probably bo
on. Maui hi about a month and will
look you up.
Very truly yours.
Friday eyening, the 4th, tho mon
thly meeting of the Makawao Lit
erary Society took place at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. M unlock
of Paia. The following program was
1. Piano SolOi MUs Ayros.
2. Vocal Solo Mr. Hazilar
3. Duet "When ye gang awa
Jamie'' Miss Irene Crook
pad Mr. James Reed.
4. " Piano Solo Miss ShefliHd.
5. Farce-arranged by Miss Steele
from a recent Hovel on the subject of
Christian science Those taking part
Were Misse Frcney, Heilsner anil
Steele and Mr. Murdock.
Miss Crook and Mr. Reed wero re
called and sang "No.'Sir."
The farce was highly amusing and
Mis9 Freuey who made her local de
but showed much talent for amateur
Duriug the 7th the teachers of Ma
kawao district and bprecklesville
met in the government school house
at Makawao, seventeen of them be
ing present. The program of the
day's events was as follows:
1. Song "America."
2. Secretary's Report of last
meeting Miss Fleming.
3. "Primary Geography" Mr,
4. "Drawing" -Miss Peek.
5. " Agriculture " Mr. Wells
"Advanced Physiology" Mr,
8. "Fractions" Mr. Crook.
9. Tardiness Discussion.
The subject ol agriculture seemed
to awaken much interest. It was
voted to recommend that theAtkinson
souvenir fund which has never been
made use of, be devoted to tho put
ohase pf a circulating library for
Maui schools to be known as tho At
kinson School Library and to be un
der the direction of tho Maui Inspec
tor of Schools. This resolution re-
ferrejj to the $70, co t.nbuted by
Maul teachers toward the total
amount of $300. It was decided that
tho next meethg which will ou
cur in, September bo held at the Pala
school and that the W.dluku district
pedagogues bo invited to attend.
County Sheriti'H YVorU.
The County Sheriff of thesCountv
of Maui submitted his repor. to the
County Supervise rs last week which
wo herewith glvo.
To tho Honorable Board of Super
visors, County ot Maui, T. H.
I beg now to submit my report for
tho month ending April 30th, 1900,
On the 4th Inst, two new appoint
meats were made to the forco, L,
Paloa for the Wailuku District and
D. K. Napunoa for Kahakuloa and
Honokolmu. Li Palea has been used
as a special to work on tho cho fa
runners, and his pay roll has been
made seperatn from tho rest of the
officers on this account, but, ho is
now on regular Police duty,
The conduct of the Police force" in
genoral' during the month has been
good, thero being no suspensions from
the forao for the er-tiro island.
Tho Deputy Sheriffs have done their
utmost toward carrying out and en
forcing tho law.
On the 18 th instant vsix Chinese
laundrymen were arrested for the
violation of the regulation of the
Board of Health in re Sprinkling of
Lnuudried articles. Thee men plead
guilty to the charge and were each
fined in the sum of One Dollar,
As to agents to solicit laborers
there is no doubt that thuso are in
existence, but the evidence upon
which conviction could be had is hard
to obtain- It is generally known that
ho Japanese, will very seldom give
evidence atainst their own country
men. Wo shall endeavor however tn
work up evidence against these peo
pie and prosecute the, offenders.
During ilus month we havn tnail
twelve arrests of jiersona charged
With being implicated in che-fa. o
far o.ilv th-ce viw have h.'Mi (is-
loscd of She result being that in one
case a imlle prosequi was cut. red.
while in the other Juo the defendants
were convicted nud sentenced to three I
iniiilih in jail to which, the defendants
Arrests made aro as fallows---
April 18th. Young Yuen, Nolle Pros
d; April 10th, Ah Fat, sentenced 3
months imprisonment, appealed;
April 23, Ah Nin, .sentenced 3 months
imprisonment, appealed; April 23 d.
Young Yuen, waiting trial; April 25i
Lin Yau, Ho Sam. Ah IIo, Fong Wan
and Chong Fong; April 26Hi, Sing
Wing, Ah Puna, and Henry Kala-
hoouka, all waiting trial.
This Department will do its utmost
to stop this evil, and beg to compli
ment Your Honorable Body for tho
assistance which you have rendered
in tho shape of tho Ordinance which
you have last passed. Through this
Ordinance, the bars of tho building
knowu as the Ah Mi House in Kahu-
lui, in which the Paka P!o Bank
he'd fort and now being used as the
Cho Fa Bonk, havo been taken down,
as well as other barricaded houses in
tho place. This form of gambling,
the native Hawaiians are very much
interested in and greatly indulge in
the same, and as a result, they will
suffer loss of monoy and other things
of value, which they sell just to pro
cure monoy to play che fa with,
therefore as I havo above stated, we
will do our very best toward stopping
this gamo. Special Officer Luke Chan
of Makawao has dono groat service
In connection with the arrests abovo
mentioned ana deserves credit.
Win. Reed and I. who wore held
for assault with a weapon, wero oh
the 27th inst., both committed to the
Jury by the District (Jour!., fhe rea
son-of the delay o arraignment was
duo to the detention of the complain
ing witness Manuel Fnos in ih'el.Malu
lani Hospital, and was unable to
leave his bed till the 'date (f I he trial
Another case of importance being.
a rape charge against ono John Sou
za, whoso case was continued by tho
Court, foiv trial, to this day thus
causing his detention so long hi Jail.
Upon request of Deputy Sheriff
Edgar Morton, for telephone to he
put in the houses of both Officers
Clias. Molteno at Pauwela, and Lu
Chan at Kamanlc, I recommend that
they be put in.
Attached hero aro statements of
Expenses of this Oflico and Coroner's
Expenses, otc. during the month
Attd., $20.00; Police, $1,443.50; Spo
ciiil. $50.00. No Coroner's inquest
held during this month.
Old Bills sent in during this month:
-Sup. Prls., $10.00; Iucdtls., $16.55;
Ex. Insane, $20 00. Month of March,
190G. Sup. Pris., $1.50. Month of
Coroner's fnquest field in Puunono,
March 24th, 100G. Kinjo Sasada, 5
yours, male, Japanese, Exps. iJurorp,
Luhainn bills for April, 1906, havo
not been received by this Ofllce,
therefore cannot bo reported upon, .
A. T. Bannister, ono of tho pohco
officers of Molokai, is sick in Hood
lulu at the present time, and I would
recommend tho appointment of one
J. H.'Napapa as his substitute for
Xhe liniO' being.
I would recommend that jou ap
propriate a secret fund for tho pur
pose of the more effectivp!,y stamping"
out the game of che fa.
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Monument Works, Ltd.
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We Sell Iron Fence
Wlioso Fence received tho Highest Award,
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I'hfl mnafc ernnnmtrnl fence Ton can DTlT.
Brlco lci than n renpectahle wood fence. Wlir
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iraciive inun irjunwu.
UTer iiw ueiuKnn oi iron r enco. 1 1
Trim V.i.n 9
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Report of Expenses of Sheriffs
Department for month ending, April
Exam. Insane, $10 00: Exp: Mdcl.
Delivered in Wailuku everv Saturday
and at Paia and Hatuaknapoko on
Wednesdays at lowest prices.
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