Newspaper Page Text
THE MAUI NEWS
THE mAUI NEWS
ntcrctl nt the Post Ollice at Wailukti, Maui, Hawaii, ns si-coml-class mutter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
Alaui ruLlisliiM: Company, Limited.
Proprletoirs (Hid rli t 1 1 H e r e; .
Tle column? of the Niavs ,'ulmit comtminienUons mi pi-rtimi'tit topics. Write only
on one sik of papi-r. Sign your nnine which will he held coiiliilential it desired.
Scnsoimox IIatks, in Advanck $2.50 jut Vein, t.-"0 Six Months
lluxh M. Coke,
I : d i t o r iind VI Rriar
AUG. 21, P.i'7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
Notice of Drawino of Orand and
Change our The strongest argument jut marie why our
shipping laws, shipping laws should bo changed is publish
ed in this weeks issue :f the News. It is written by ex (loteiii' r
Carter and is written in his usual forceful manner.
After eijrht years of existence under Atnet'can laws the travel
ing public arc at a greater disadvantage in getting to and from tin
coast than they were in any time in the past in many years and
what is more conditions are steadly getting worse.
Passenger service to and from the islands is wholly inadequate
and local people who hook even months aheal are not sure of ac
conimodations and may suffer tinancial loss and disappointment
when the time comes for them to depart.
The tourist traflh, of the islands is practically dead is a result of
the harsh laws that leaves it an open question whet her the tou l ist,
will be able to return to his home after the end of his visit here.
The desirabled class of tourists will not come here when it is
known' what wretched steamer service we have.
When the first Congressional party visited the islands last spring
as the guests of the territory one of them, Congressman Webb,
found he could not return heme to be at the beside of a member of
his family without payinc a fine of $200 for traveling on a ship of
foreign bottom which he did pay as the call was urgct.
If the authorities would remit all tines until such time as Ameri
can shipping is adequate or should the laws bo changed to allow
passengers and their pcrsoual effects the right to go on ships of
foreign bottoms conditions would be very much improved. As it
is they are in a most deplorable condition and a disgrace to the
United States laws which are responsible for lhe evil conditions
under which one of her territories is suffering.
Our Polo The Maui Polo team that has just returned from
Team. Honolulu where they wrested the cup from the team
of the Metropolis deserve in every way the laurels they have von.
Their zeal for good sport and close application to practice has been
rewarded with victory and every where they are receiving the
congratulations of their many friends.
In polo tho temptation to make a brilliant play instead of leaving
the ball for another member of tho team is sometimes almost irres
istable and yet the result of the game often depend ou the player
foregoing just such an opportunity that he may ride down an
opponent." Ibis unselfishness on the part of the Maui men is what
was repeatedly done and for which they are entitled to more credit
than had they played otherwise
When the Honolulu papers were received here much adverse
criticism was expressed even by local people who have never seen
the Maui men play at the partiality and evident unfairness of the
reporters in making excuses for the Oahu team and their failure
to give due credit to the playing of the Maui team.
The attitude of the Honolulu press has called to mind the charge
made in Ililo on July 4th that Honolulu is a town of had winners
and worse losers. This charge we are assured by returning mem
bers of the Maui polo team does not apply to the team or members
of the Oahu polo club.
Bids Invited ior Forts.
' There is no lime being lost in get
ting the work for the fortification of
Honolulu and also of Pearl Harbor
under way. Captain OUvell, the
United States Army Engineer officer
in charge, is now advertising for bills
for an enormous amount of material
which will be needed for the con
struction work in the near future.
These bids will be opened on October
15, and will include the cement, sand
and broken stone which will be need
ed in the work to be done.
The cement will, of course, haie to
come from outside the islands and
will amount to 14,000 barrels, and
must be of the best quality of Port
land cement. Of this amount 8,000
barrels are for use at Pearl Harbor
and will be stored in a warehouse to
be erected near Hulawa Ferry,
while 0,000 barrels will be placed in
a storehouse which will be erected in
the rear of Diamond Head. The
work at Diamond Head will evident!
ly be done fii st, as the cement mi st
be delivered, in lots of not les than
1000 barrels per month, thirty day
after the contract has been anprov
ed by the Chief of Engineers, while
the cement for Pearl Harbor, which
roust be delivered in th same seized
lota, is not desiied til two months
after the approval of the contract.
Roth sand and broken stone will
be found in thin Territory. The
Pearl Harbor work will call for 9500
tons of broken stone while at Dia
mond Head 70110 tons will be needed.
The same time limits as in the case
of the cement are made and 1200
tons monthly will be required under
the contract conditions. The stone
must be hard, durable, dense roik.
sappy or surface rock will not be ac
cepted. Hard lava rock is preferr
ed. It must pass throuyh a riu'
two inches in diameter and mst be
screened of all mi terial which nill
pass through a screen with a i incl
The sand required ai Diamond
Head will amount to 3000 tons and
for Pearl Harbor 4000 tons. Five
hundred tons per month must be de
inervu ai eacn place. The sand
must be clean, silieious and fairly
sharp and must not contain more
than three per cent of clav. Fresh
water seond is preferred but if salt
water sand is furnished it must be
thoroughly washed in fresh water be
fore delivery. Crusher dust, obtain
ed from lava rock, containing fine
and coarse grains, free of dirt and
impurities, may be accepted in lieu
Japanese couple desires position as
Nurses in hospital or private family .
Man understands running of automo
biles. Address Y. this office.
GARCIA. 'To the wife of J. Garcia.
Wailukti, Maui, Wednesday, August
20, 1907, a daughter.
D. T. Fleming, one of the champion
pclo players of the Territory return
ed Tuesday. He has just cause to be
proud of the way Ins team and horses
outclassed the Oahu team and
Attorney J. L. Coke is ex period to
return home today.
J. M. Vivas the attorney expects
to go to Honolulu Monday of next
S. Decker will go to Honolulu next
week to place three of 1 is elnldren
in School. Two of the children Aucie
Notice is hereby given that the
drawing of U ruml and Tiial Jurors
to se'-v? and act ns such during the
October 1907 Term of the Circuit
Cot. i t of the S'CimkI Judic;al Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, will take place
in the Court K om of the said Court,
;it Wailuku. b.laud and County of
.Maui, Territory tf Hawaii, on Wed
nesday, the 4th day of September A.
D. 1!07, at 10 o'clock in f ie forenoon
of sjid da V.
A. N. KEPOIKAT,
.bulge of the Circuit Court of the
Second Ore nit , T. 1 1 .
I) lied nl Wailuku,
VI .tut. August
be protected and no iiuhsure of any
k'nd will be permitted around wash
basins or wash sinks in hafber shops.
Rule 10. 'The shelving and recept
acles for the storage of towels must
be left open to sunlight and nn
Rule 11. No food-stuffs or articles
of food will be permitted to be kept
for sale in a ly barber shop and all
barber shops must be entirely cut o(T
from any place where articles of food
are kept for sale.
THE HOARD OF11 EA LT1 1.
l!y i's President,
(Sd.) L. E. PINK 11 A.M.
(S.gned) C. CllAlttocK,
Secretary, Board of Heaiih.
1 hereby sanction and approve the
foregoing Rules and Regulations.
(Signed) 0. It. CARTER
Govern. ir of the Territory of Hawaii
Notice is hereby given that C. J.
ustin, Esq., has been appointed
DISTRICT FORESTER for the Dis
triot of liana and that portion of the
District ot Koolau, Iving between the
District of Ham and the Makapipi
Gulch, Island :f Maui.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
President S Executive Officer
Board of Agriculture &, Forestry.
Honolulu, T. II.,
Aucust 5, 1007.
Oifice o? the Hoard of Health.
Honolulu. Hawaii, August 15, 1907.
At a meeting of the Hoard of
Health held July 31st, 1!)07, the"fol
lowing ruli-s, relating to barber
shop, were adopted in accordance
with Act 70, Session Laws of 19"7,
and made a part of the Rules and
Regulations of the Hoard Health
RULES AND REGULATIONS
FOR THE REGULATION O'i1 ALL
HARDER SHOPS IN THE TERR I
TORY OF HAWAII, UNDER ACT
70, SESSION LAWS OF 1007.
Rule 1. All barber shops shall
hereafter be required to keep their
nremis'es in an absolute sanitary com
dition as follows:
The floors shall be disinfected,
washed and scrubbed with hot water
and strong soap or lye, twice eael
week the .woodwork ard furniture
shall b disinfected and cleaned with
a dump cloth
Rule 2. The brushes, towels red
linens must be sterilized or boiled be
Rule 3. The razors, clippers and
scissors must be thoroughly cleanrd
after use oil each customer.
Rule 4. All razor strops must he
kept in thoroughly clean condition.
Rule 5. The hards must, be thor
oughly e'eaned before beginnin" on
Rule C. AH tools used on one cus
tomer must be thoroughly cleaned
and disinfected before usirig the
second time in order to guard against
the transmission of skin oiseases.
Rule 7. The w-e 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 circumstanc s will soiled
towels be permitted for wiping or
drying the faces of patrons.
Rule 8. The use of alum or other
substances used to stop the flow cf
blood must be used ot ly in powdered
or liquid form.
Rule !). All barber shops must
have at least one wash basin or wu sll
sink in the same, the floors under
which must be protected with some
material impervious to water and if
against the wull, the walls muot also
a id Harry will enter the High School
while Hennie will attend Punaluu.
Mr. A. W. Cardinal has accepted
a position witli the Kahulu't Store
and is proving himself a valuable
Rev. John Kalino of Paia was in
Miss Iloso of Lahaina is spending
some days in Wailukti visiting friends
W. T. Robinson, J. M. Vivas and
H. M. Coke were called as witnesses
in a civil suit before Judge De Holte.
They were later notified that Ah
Hoy who brought the suit had wlthi
d raw n the same and therefore did
not go to the metropolis.
Hilly Uuiley the Sugar boiler left
for Honolulu Wednesday. He has
been employed by the Wuimea Sugar
Company for some years.
Notice is hereby given that W.
PoL'ue. Eso.. has been anpoiniod
DISTRICT FORESTER for the
Eastern half of the District of IT'ina
kualoa and that portion of the Pi
li ict. of Koniau, lying between tin
ITamakualoa District and the Mak.i
pi pi Gulch,' Island of Maui.
C. S. HOLLOW AY,
President & Executive Ofticei
Hoard of Agriculture & Forestry.
Honolulu, T. IL,
August 5, 1007.
The Board of Lirense Commission
ers for the County of Maul will hold a
meeting at the public, room in tin
Mason'c Temple, Kahului, on Monday
the 3rd of September 1007 at 2 P M
to consider the application of Ah Niu
for a Restaurant License to sell in
toxicating liquors at Waihce, Maui
in the sfnn' premises formalv used
bv l.im for Saloon purposes at. sai
ii!eo under the provisions of Ac
110, Session Laws of l(7.
All protests or objections against
il.e issuance of a license under said
it p plica t i n should be filed with tlx
Secretary of the Hottrd not, later
than the lime set for sa d hearing
August 8th, 1007.
D. C. LINDSAY.
Secretary, Hoard of License Com
August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.
The Hoard of License Commission
ers for the County of Maui 'w '.II hold j
meeting at the public room in the
Masonic Temple, Kahului, on Monday
the 2ti t r . or August 1007 at 2 P. M.,
to consider the application of Soon
Look for a Saloon License to sell in
toxicating liquors at Keanae, Maui
in the premises used by him at said
Keanae. under lhe provisions of Act
110, Session Laws of 1007.
All protests or objections against
the issuance of a license under said
application should be tiled with the
Secretary of the Hoard not later
than the time set for said hearing.
August 2nd, 1007.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Hoard of License Com
missioners. August 3, 10, 17, 24,
EDMUND H. HART
Nor a u y Pum.ic, Convevanckk anu
A O Y.ST iO G R A NT MA UR1AI1E LICENSES
Office, Circuit Court. 2nd Circuit.
eady for Business
If you are a kodaker or an artist wo earnestly solicit
a trial order in art materials or photograph ic supplies
ami in developing ami printing.
If you want a kodak or camera we can supply you
with the latest models at the very lowest market prices.
All our o,(nls are new, we are new, and all our cus
tomers are new. Will you be one of lhe new ones.
Hawaii Photo & Art Co.
L. R. CROOK, Prop. HONOLULU, T. H.
eemg is oeheving.
We have in exhibition in our sjiovv room achoiec
selection of nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for tho Hat lit ub,
French Plato Glass Mirrors,
Soup Dislios for tho Wall,
Soap and Spontre Holders,
Towel Bars in various sizes,
Towel Hacks, 2-3 and 4 fold,
Comb and Brush Trays,
Tooth and Brush Holders,
Robe Hooks, etc., etc.
To realize their beauty and usefulness they
must be seen and. used. Taken as a whole these
fittings are the most artistic, practical, easily cleaned
and therefore, the MOST SANITARY.
Our prices bring them within the reach of all.
We invite your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.'S
Masonic Temple, : : KAHULUI.
Fop Best Results Advertise in the
Sfime Sfablc ZKahului Siailroad Company
KAHULUI -PUUNENEKTHEI DIVISION.
A ri ;v(
Kihei trains Tuesday only and carry freight only.
KLcaHuiluu FaHroad Company
1 AGENTS F-OR
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Ltd. ; ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Lino of Sailing Vessels Betweei
San Francisco and the Hawaiian Islands; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.;