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Tho word OREMO is porforntod in the
wrapper of ovory ono of our cnlobrnlotl
0 REM 0 5$ CIGARS. Thoy have no
bands. Wo will not guarantee tho qual
ity of any banded imperforated
This is important
II. Hackfeld & Co
laui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
AND ' " , "
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
Metropolitan Meat Co,
Corner Market and Main
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OF
WELL KNOWN STANDARD RRANDS OP
WINES, WHISKEYS, CORDIALS,
LIQUEURS, RAINIER AND PR1MO
25c 2 glasses 25c
HEADQUARTERS FOR ,
SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
S. KimURA, Proprietor.
GENERAL BLACKSM1THING HORSE SHOEING.
mm.,-?: .. jmr
tmmmi'rit'ti ' "Willi "
gntrTTri r " r , ; w hhi i u 1 v
brand denotes quality
us in regards to your
needs. dencl your
us and vou may feel
of fair treatment.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 143.
Sts. Wailuku, Maui
Wlien you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it to tho right shop.
(Continued from page 1.)
, WA1LU1C0 DISTRICT. The lni'g
est item of expenditure In Hip dis
trict fur 'lie !U-t tnuhili 1 a n Me
mncudnudBifiir at Cntnp 3 w.,i 1, ln rv
tinj iipon aatisfaoViry In tl.o uiniti,
but it in diftii'iilt to i t nr 11 : 1 si.iy
eotilintlnllth' i'ii the wmk mil t t"
till Wiinl tvml 'i'no 1 qui; nirnl
Is hmv ffiiilv e-'ini'leti'. hut minor
repairs aro nf course" requited from
tune to time. About 8411'foot of the
lower layer have been spread this
month and 400 feet top dressed. It
is the. intention to give tho top dross
in,' r. heavy c.at of 01 ude oil 'as soon
as it lh laid. It. would be a waste oj
money to put the finest top dressing
on this rond without oil on account of
tho tcrrilie wind pri'vadiog Micro.
Trie vuliie of crude nil a a binder for
crushed rook dressing 's becoming so
well known that it should be a.se,t,
Med policy of '.he County to tise.it on
all macadamized roads, especially
new ones. Macadamized roads cost
from $3500 to SGOOO per mile. Tho
addition of sufliclen't oil to hold the
top dressing from blowing away; or
wasliiuj' away will cost from 500 to
$800 per mile, and will not only more
than treble the life of the surface of
the road, but will prevent the clouds
of dust tbat are the curte of so many
of our roads.
I have entered into correspondence
with tho Pacific Oil Co.-with tho
view of obtaining a supply of a heav
ier oil more etlicient for use on our
roads, and I expect an answer this
week. The use of a heavy asplialtum
oil would reduce the cost of oiling to
not over $500 per mile.
In the meantime, wo are making
as mucu use of the oil available as
we can. "We have oileu tins month
300 feet of the Wniluku-Kabutui road,
in addition to what was done last
month, after first spreading a thin
layer of crushed rock dressing. Evon
witli tho light oil, which is all that is
obtainable, the results aro very on
couraging, so encouraging that I am
impelled to recommend that an early
date all sprinkling of macadamized
streets with water bo discontinued
and that thoy be oiled instead. At
tho same cost a3 watering every day,
oil could bo applied every 0 or 10
months. In my opinion, if a substan
tial coat of oil be applied in a proper
manner, the bencucial ellect will
last at least six months, without any
repairs or renewals at all, and tho
total repairs and re-treatment with
oil will cost less in ono yeanthau
sprinkling with water. Aside .from
the slight inconvenience of odor and
stickness for a few days, the comfort
of an oiled macadamized road is ir.i
measurably greater than a sprinkled
road Ax best, sprinkling is a ve
poor, expedient, the ellect on a windy
day Instiug sometimes but two or
three hours. Besides, while tho of.
feet of tho water prevails, a filthy
mud has to bo endured which is Hear
ly as disagreeable for driving as tho
Tho County work in Iao Valley is
progressing so satisfactorily as to
receive favorable comment m the
press. This work is being done for
the most part by prison labor. Care
ful attention is being paid to both
sub and surface drainage, and tho
urfaco is being dressed with tho best
material available, the whole tending
to mako a solid, permanent road
that can be maintained in good con
dition at very small cost. Sevoral
steop grades aro also being reduce.l.
Tho Wailuku sidewalk work is
progressing rather slowly owing to
difficulty in securing labor, and
transportation of materials, but the
character of tho wo' k boing doeo is
The two most important road
matters, J.his district remaining
practically untouched except fur
.temporary repair work, are: 1. The
completion of macadamizing from
Wailuku through Kahului to what is
known as tho ''Kahului Pump," and
2. The compiotion of macadamizing
of tho Waih'ku-Maalaea road. Both
of these roads are very dillioult to
keop 111 passable shape, and are so
much traveled-as to warrant Bufll
cient outlay to put tliem In perma
Wo havo nt present nalt-hoi' thi'
equipment nor the labor necessary
to undertake any extensive work on
ither of these roads.
I have tho assm-aiiee-, of Iho Hon.
II. P. Baldwin that, as soon as the
n P .?- R C.n line flnialin.l .!. ,,!!.. ,r
mo uso 01 porta 010 track' and ears
may be obtained Irom them, which
will be somo time in July. With this
assistance tho Urst mnr.t'oiioa rhm
MEMORIALS. Artistic in
J. C. AXTBLL
F. O. Box:
Prom the junction of the Kula
load with the Kuhulul Paia Road
the grade must bo raised nearly
the whole way, an avurago of 18
inches. Most of the material for this
filling must be transported from a
distance. This should be dressed, as
well as tho section through Kahului,
either with gravel from Camp 7, or
coral dredginus or both, and tlr
whole given a treatment with oil. I
have the promise of about 2000 C. Y.
of coral 'dredgings to bo delivered,
through the courtesy of tho Kahului
Railroad Compaliy, at a V nvenient
point near tho road, sufficient to
dress practica ly the wholo distance
along the beach road and through
Kahului to the main road ' loadinsr
mauka. For tills work at leat 3
wagnis and G mules will bo required,
and a, new water cart, litted with a
suitable sprinkler for oil. The balance
of the road up to the pump can prob
ably best be made entirely with rail
road. Total cost about $5000.
On the Wailuku Maalaea road, a
considerable portion of tho dressing
can bo found in the gulches at Wai
kapu and Puu Hob,' but the1 same
problem confronts us in tho lack of
equipment and labor, until some of
tho work under way bo. completed.
Six or eight mules and two or three
wagons will bo required in order to
undertake anything but patchwork.
if gravel dressing be unt il, 111 con
junction with oil, the cost of this
work should not exceed 12200 per
mile, excluding of course totl of
Numarous requests livO been
made for macadamizing Vineyard
Street up to the cemetery. This
streot cer.tainly is in wretched con
cition, but it will bo impot-Mblo to
consider the question of' macadamiz
ing it without another, rock crushing
It serms to me, that as ffailubu is
in the oeiiUr of so many macadamized
roads and streets, that itwould bede
sirable to purchaso at an earl' date
a new crushing plant, equipped with
conveyors and an auxiliary crusher
for providing topdressihg in larger
quantities than can bo obtained from
those now in operation. Material for
repair work, and for concrete, will
bo in continual and increasing demand
Wo have a small amount of screen
nigs remaining from that obtained
from the Wailuku Sugar Co., and
when that is exhausted, the streets
will have to go without repairing at
all. I have no exact figures at hand,'
out i ocnevo mat buon an outtit can
bo bought and bet up hero for about
LAHAINA DISTRICT. As iiT the
last two districts, tho main expond
itures-in Lahaina District 'for this
month have been lor macadamizing,
uoou progress lias been made 111
crushing and spreading rock, about
1150 feet having been completed this
month, besides about 000 feet of
crushing. Tim lack of tho rotary
screen and bins lias caused a great
deal of annoyance and dolny, but a
temporary Hat screeii lias been
erected; Word has been received
that tho screens will bo hero soon
having boon shipped from Sun Fran
clsco en the 2Sth of May.
Two steol forms for making 18 in.
concrete have beon purohasod and
pipes are mado in 3 foot sections for
carrying all storm wntor under tho
main street at ovory cross street and
noiiow, 10 1110 soa iiieso pipes are
vory substantial, and will if properly
laid, last praotually forever. One of
those drains lias already been put in
place, and it ts dosigued to build at
least 4 more. The inlets to those
drains aro protected with heavy Iron
gratings set in concroto which will
allow tho hraviost teams to pass over
them without danger: .
Curb stono has been obtattiod pr-in
ci pally frojn tho remains of nu rld
Durnl'ilc as Time.
which is in general c f a vory service
able quality. Suflicientstohe has been
secured for over oiio'mllo of curbing.
Somo very heavy work hns been
encountered on the relocation of the
road between Nopill and Houolua at
Kahauiki. Seven liundred feet of this
heavy work have been nearly com
pleted, reducing tho grade from over
25 to G, and the work bus beon
done in a substantial 'manner.
General repai 1 work has been kept,
up and good' results accomplished
from Napili to Mala and from Lau
niupoko through Olowalu around the
mountain road to Maalaea, clearing
the road of stone.", cutting gluo
1 have heen inf .rmed bv the Super
intendeut of Public Works that the
Land Department is considering the
sale of some of the Government land
at Olowalu and that it is desirable
that any changes contemplated in tho
location of the road through this
piece bo decided upon and described
before tho side of the land be madi-,
hi order to reserve from sale such
land as may bo required for road
purposes. I recommend that thi
matti r be looked into at once and
action , taken in accordance with the
above. A definite location should be
made, grades established and an
estimate ol tho cost of the work
After considerable delay, I havo
been able to secuie t;o services of an
assistant, whoso work has'bicn very
satisfactory. The;-1 is more than
oat ugh uoik to keep him busy all tho
time, aud.it will bo advisable from
time to time to employ additional
assistance in order to avoid delay,
and to enable me to devote the requi
site amount of personal attention to
the" construction going on all Over,
I fiud that it a!s,o Is highly' desira
ble to employ a clerk who can remain
continuously in my office, attend to
correspondence, filing of ' reports,
plans, etc. and various statistical
matters of great value. I have been
gradually collecting maps and other
data from ivhicfi a set of district, map
may bo compiled, to show all the
roads, bridges and other matters
pertaining to our wo,rk, but it is out
of tho question for mo to undertake
their compilation' personally. With
tho assistance above suggested, this
work could progress quite satisfactor
ily. The forms of Road Overseer's re
ports at present In use were design
ed primarilv for maintenance of roads
and bridges or repair work, and not
suitable for the extensive new work
now under way, and contemplated. I
desire tho ' authorization by the"
Board of -a new form for uso on the
new work alono, by which more
accurate and complete records in
detail may bo kept of suoh now worjt.
I espectfully submitted,
Mr. Lydooker, tho archives man, is
in town ovt rlfhuling old trunks in tho
basement of tho Lahaina Court house.
He has socured fomo very Inforest
ing documents, especially ono which
will interest tin? old Knuaainas of La
haina. He has found a histdYy of
Waiuee Church, complt to from 1823
to 1870. In its leaves are to bo found
the weddings, baptisms and deaths of
Kings and Queens of the old Capital.
Ho will be here for o week.
Messrs. Llndeman, Wagner and
Fiold of H. Hack fold & Co, are mak
ing lit. a visit this week in the inter
est of their dim.
McCarthy, tho horseman, is at the
Pioneer for a few days.
nugh Howoll nnd tlmnew assistant
County ISngmeOr wero in town look
ing ovor roads and brlngon in general.
SAFES. The Best Made.
ALAKEA ST., Bot. King: null Hotel Sts.
Tho celoliratt n started early Sat.
urday, Juno !)th, with a ixrand con
cert given by tho Kaai Quintntto
and Glee Club. Tickets to the concert
including the dance, wore ono dollar
and even then tho lioiihc wds crowd
ed. It goes with out saying Kane is
tho King of Hawaii on musical stringJ
ed instruments. Ho was applauded
tiijic and again and always come back
with a genial smile. for an encore.
Uis trotip wore good singers and
Fo'.omni Kaiewe came in for a share
of the applause.
After the .oncert every one re
paired to the old Ha.selden mansion
and unrtoi the light ') the moon on a
big spacious laiiai the firty or moro
couples tripped t.! e light fantastic to
tho strains of ti.e Kaai Glee Club.
ICvery one wor.t away in tho woo
hours of the morning w ith an abun.
dance'of thanks' for the visitors from
Sunday at 10 a. m.
hove in sight
witli 47 passengers,
baseball nine. They
had a rough
time of it as they
were -packed Ilka
sardines iira casojore and aft. Some
were even clingipg to the Itow sprit
by their eyebrows, but say, they
could play ball nevertheless.
, The visit ors'i were the guests Of our
Supervisor, Mr. Heniiing. They wero
housed at the Lahaina Hotel and at
noon the visitors were treated td a
trood old fashioned Luau given by
Messrs. leaning. Hayseldens, Deco
to and Friedlaud at tho Hayseldon
The game started at 3.30 p. m.
Tho whole of Lahaina was present to
champion tho home team but it seem
ed to be an oil day with tho boys.
The score was Houolulus, 10; Lllhai-
na 2. , v
En Sui, tho crack sprinter of Hoi
nolulu, was a bushel of fun by himself.
He could cover-tho liases before you
could say Jack Robinson. Little
Harry Davis is a crackerjark il-nrt
stop and no doubt will develop into a
remarkable' player in tho near future.
All tho hot grounders coming ills way
were lined to first ,with remarkable
speed. The team from town as a
wholo put up good ball.Tho boys were
satisfied with tin ir short stay and
left at 1 a, m.. Juno 11th, forMolokal
where they had a match game at
The Luau and Dance on the 11th of
June 00k In isometliing like $350
It is very dry in tho rrountains.
Tho Government water works had
to closo tho supply during the day,
letting tho patrons have one hour-lu
the morning and 0.10 hour at night.
, Tho ship Fort George is still at
KaanapaH. Sho will gel away some,
time this week.
Wo aro pleased to note that Wah
luku turned out in largo numbers to
celebrate the 11th at LahairD!. There
must have been at least forty or moro
from the County Seat.
Among tho number of Wailuku
pcoplo to visit Lahaina during last
Sunday and Monday wero seen
Messrs. Judge Kepoikai, D. II. Case,
George Weight, J. Gareja, and from
Kchului Messrs. Ford Hons and
Patronize, local men
Don't send to Hoi.cinu
when you can insure at hoipc.
P. P. liOSHCHANS,
Local Agi nt New Yrffk Life.
. Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supplv of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Lnlmipfl flClabroXttd its Uupe 11th,
Tel. IGG . - Makavvao
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