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SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1907
-IE MAUI NEWS-
The Maui Shinbun, the Japanpse
news paper is tl e oldest ami best for
advertising purposes among tim Jap
anese. N. K. OTSUKA,
tf. Editor and manager.
The work of macadamizing the
Wa'luku-Kahu'ui mad is progressing
A successor to Editor II. M. Coke
of the Maui News arrived in Wailuku
Tuesday evening. 'The littlo fellow
is doing nicely and if he proves as
proficient with his pen wnpn he is
grown as he is In the use of his lungs
at. present he will be a howling sue
Notice is given in this issue that
the drawing of Trial and Grand Jur
ors for the October term will take
place on September 4 in the Court
room at Wailuku.
S. Decker, agent for the Singer
Sewing Machines, has in stock a sup
ply of needles for machines of all
makes. He also has several new
Singer Machines on hand.
Fine tennis was seen August 12th
in the matches played for thp cham
pionship. In the first tch of the
day A. M. McKeever of Ewa contin
ued his victorious course, defeating
C. C. Krumbhaar of Maui, in
straight sets, though not without
exeritng himself to the utmost. The
Maui man was easily the more brilli
ant of the two and did some beauti
ful placing, but seemed at times to
lose interest in the game. McKeever
outlasted his opponent and was
steady all the way through pulling
out the match with the score of (i 2,
The Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Co.
is preparing to increase its capita
stock from. $7,000 to $15,000. i
Torrent Cluims Victim.
AS OttMXANCE VACATING AND CLOH
INU A 1CRTION OK TIIK PaUUM ROAD
LEADI.VO FROM MakAW AO TO I'AIA,
County ok Maui, and i.tivg be
tween Mausadi.u Seminary and
the Paia Foremn Church an
approximate distance ok 3208
i'eet; and, ix lieu thereok, open
ish a new section ok road from
Makawao t; Paia, an approxi-
MATli Dt.-TANTE OF 4000 FEt.T.
HE IT ORDAINED by the IWd
of Supervisors within and fur the
County of Maul that:
Section 1. That portion of the l
Hull roa 1, County of Maui, averaging
50 feet ii: width, being a portion of
the old road leading frrm Makawao
down to Paia, from a point by t tie
lane leading to the Makawao Semi
nary t ) a point near the junction with
new road a few hundred feet above
the Paia Foreign church, tho center
line of which is described as follows:
Beginning at a point in the center
of the main road leading from Paia
to Makawao, opposite the Iowpt edge
of the lane leading into the grounds
of the Makawao Seminary (Maunaolu
Seminary), from which point the H.
G. S. Trig. Station on Puunene bears
103 1!)' 50" by True Azimuth, and is
distant 10030 feet, the center line
runs by true azimuths as follows:
(1) 135 50' 13GG feet
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
Notice ok Drawino of Grand and
' Trial Jurors.
point in the center
On Thursday of this week Wailuku
district was visited by the heaviest
downpour seen here in the month of
August during the past twenty
The river overflowed its banks and
did considerable damage. At the
new Portuguese camp above Wailu
ku several of the new booses were
flooded and the occupants driven out
one cookhouse was washed away.
A Japanese gardener lost his house
by the flood. The bank above the
steel bridge overflowed and many
persons worked to turn the torrent
back into the course of the river and
save property below. A high flume
of the Wailuku Sugar Co. gave way
where it crossed tho stream and fell
into the rushing waters and was
washed into the sea. The damage
however was slight as it was but a
short piece of the flume that was
It is reported as we go to press
that the plantation railroad bridge
was damaged badly by the flood and
that three piers were washed away.
While the water was at its highest
a Japanese by the name of Yamada
went out on the bridge of the public
road to Waihee and leaped from the
railing into the water and was drowned.
Those who saw nun say it was a
deliberate case of suicide. Yamada
had been a laborer on the plantation
and had been ill for some months.
It is known that be had given up
hope of recovery and was despondent
and it is thought that his' rash act
was due to ill health. The police
promptly went to search for his body
which was recovered at the beach
-when the water subsided.
small culvert 65 feet mauka of junc
tion of new road across gulch jinti
containing an area of 3.68 acre, a
little more or less, is hereby vacated,
abandoned and ordered closed to the
Section 2. A new road or highway
is hereby established and opened to
and for the public use, across that
certain strip of land 40 feet in width,
lying equally on each side of the cen
ter line of the new road as construct
ed between the n-.ain Makawao-Paia
road and the Makawao Camp 2-Ka-hiilui
road, the said center line being
described as follows:
Beginning at a point on the Eastern
edge of the main road leading from
Kahului viaCamp 2 to Makawao,
from which point H. G. S. Trig.
Station on Puuneue -bears 10G o 16'
by True Azimuth and is distant 18442
feet, the center liue of said read runs,
by True Azimuths
Japanese couple desires position as
Nurses ui hospital or private iamu
Man understands running of automo
biles. Address Y. this office.
Notice is hereby given that C. J.
Austin, Esq., has been appointed
DISTRICT FORESTER for the Dis
trict of Hana and that portion of the
District ot Koolau, lying between the
DisUict of Hanj and the Makapipi
Gulch, Island (if Maui.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
President & Executive Officer
Board of Agriculture & Forestry.
Honolulu, T. II.,
August 5, 1307.
COKE: Tuesday eveniug August
13th at Wailuku, Maui T. II. to the
151 c 20'
thence on a
to last course, whose radius is 132.5
feet and whose chord is 221 50' 270
(9) 288 15' 136 feet tangent
to above curve
(10) 275 50' 216 feet
(11) thence on a curve, tangent
to last course, whose radius is 70 feet
and whose chord is 188 35' 140 feet
(12) 101 10'
to above curve
(13) 118 45'
150 feet tangent
78 "to a point
on the Western edge of thp main road
leading from Paia to Makawao. a few
hundred feet above tho Paia Church,
and containing an area of 3.1)2 acres
Section 3. This Ordinance shall
take effect from and after being po
ed upon a bulletin board in front of
or near the rooms occupied by the
Board of Supervisors, and its publi
cation once a week for a period of 2
consecutive weeks in a newspaper of
general circulation published at the
Board of Supervisors in and for the
County of Mai i.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
ordinance, upon consideration had
and vote taken, was passed by the
Board of Supervisors of Maui County
on the 9th day of August l90i, at
their regul-ir meeting held in Wai
W. F. KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors
Notice is hereby given that the
drawing of Grand and Trial Jurors
to serve and uct as such during the
October 1907 Term of the Circuit
Court of the Second Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, will take place
in the Court Room of the said Court,
at Wailuku, Island and County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, on Wed-nt-i
lay, the 4th day of September A.
D. 1907, at 10 o'clock in ttie forenoon
of said day.
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit, T. II.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Augus-t
Aug. 17, 24, 31.
Office of the Board of Health.
Hono'ulu, Hawaii, August 3, 1907.
At a meeting of the Board of
Health held July 31st, 1907, the fol
lowing rules, relating to barber
shops, were adopted in accordance
with Act 70, Session Laws of 1907,
and made a part of the Rules and
Regulations of the Board Health.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
FOR THE REGULATION OH1 ALL
BARBER SHOPS IN THE TERRI
TORY OF HAWAII, UNDER ACT
0, SESSION LAWS OF 1907.
Rule 1. All barber shops shall
hereafter be required to keep their
premises in an absolute sanitary com
Itiou as follows:
The floors shall be disinfected,
washed and scrubbed with hot water
and strong soap or lye, twice each
week, tho woodwork and furniture
shall be disinfected and cleaned with
a damp cloth.
Rule 2. The brushes, towels end
linens must be sterilized or boiled be
.Rule 3. The razors, clippers and
scissors must be thoroughly cleaned
after use on each customer.
Rule 4. All razor strops must be
kept in thoroughly clean condition.
Rule 5. The hands must be thor
oughly cleaned before beginning on
Rule 6. All tools used on one cus
tomer must be thoroughly cleaned
and disiufecled before using the
second time in order to guard against
the transmission of skin diseases.
Rule 7. The use of sponges and
powder puffs are strictly forbidden
and shaving mugs, brushes and soaps
must be thoroughly cleaned with hot
water before use on any person and
under no circumstances will soiled
towels be permitted for wiping or
drying the faces of patrons.
Rule 8. Tho use of alum or other
substances used to stop the flow cf
blood must be used only in powdered
or liquid form.
Rule 9. All barber shops must
have at least one wash basin or wash
sink in the same, the floors under
which must be protected with some
material impervious to water and if
against the wall, the walls must also
be protected and no inclosure of any
kind will be permitted around wash
basins or wash sinks in barbershops.
Rule 10. The thelving and recept
acles for the storage of towels must
be left open to sunlight and
Rule 11. No food-stuffs or articles
of food will be permitted to be kept
for sale in auy barber shop and all
barber sttops must be entirely cut off
(oni any place where articles of food
are kept for sale.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
By its President,
(Sd.) L. E. PINKHAM.
(Signed) C. Charlock,
Secretary, Board of Health
I hereby sauctiou and approve the
foregoing Rules and Regulations.
Governor of the Territory o( Hawaii
STAMPED EMBROIDERY LINEN
These have arrived from our New
York airenls and are of the very newest
designs, some of the patterns are simply
exquisite, (here are
Collar and Cuff Sets, Hat Patterns,
Hand Bags, Shirt Waists,
in Cushion Tops, Belts,
Eaton Collar and Cuffs, Handkerchief Cases, Jumpers,
and many other patterns ranging in
price from 10c. to 82.50 each, including
the beautiful Wallacliian embroidery
For working the above we have
every known shade of the Royal Society
embroidery floss. Sample card sent on
Notice is hereby given that V. F
Pogue, Esq., has been, appointed
DISTRICT FORESTER for the
Eastern half of the District of llama
kualoa and that portion of the Dis
trict of Koolau, lying between the
Hamakualoa District and tho Maka
pipi Gulch, Island of Maui.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
President & Executive Oflicer
Board of Agriculture A Forestry.
Honolulu, T. II.,
August 5, 1907.
All colors, India ami Hope,
i it (t a
" " Couchini,
3 cts. i)or skein.
30 cts. per doz. skeins.
' ' 8 cts. per skein.
90 cts. per doz, skeins.
and all colors of Carlson Currier's em
broidery silk, price 5c. per skein. Order
by shade or number.
We also have a limited supply of
mercerized Batiste, 42-in. wide, especial
ly adapted for shadow and Wallachian
embroidery, price 85 cts. per yard.
It may be' a little early to suggest Christmas
oods, but this is an excellent opportunity to pre
pare those beautiful presents'that, made by
yourself, are esteemed by your friends far more
than anything that you can buy.
A personal visit to the store for the purpose
of selection is more satisfactory, but we fill
phone and mail orders with pleasure.
? iff ii- kV, vi j Vj ,
.'i..-''- .-t j.; , i.
. S.--l liire you tried Gold
Medal Flour, the kind
that is advertised in all
Only 81.50 per bag.
Clearance Sale Continues.
Open Saturday Evenings.
wife of H. M. Coke, a son.
County of Maui.