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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1907 N
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered nt the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as si-cond-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
JWau'i Publishing: Company, Limited.
Proprietors pond Publlnhers,
The columns of the News admit communications on pertitnetit topics. Write onlv
ou one siile of paper. Sign your name which will be held confidential if desired.
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Hugh VI. CokB,
liclltor and Mutineer
DEC. 28, HI07
The Public In view of the recent development of n, case of
Health. cholera in Honolulu certain rules for the preven
tion of the disease is published by the Hoard- of Health. These
are embodied in the following editorial which appeared in the Ad
vertiser in its issue of the 21st instant which we are pleased to' re
print and would suggest that in case of the spread of the disease
even in Honolulu, these rules should be strictly observed.
We hope the public will not be frightened over the reappearance,
after twelve years, of cholera. There is but one case and this has
been isolated and the usual measures taken to keep the disease
from spreading. In 1895, when there was an epidemic, the town
met it with fortitude and handled it with skill. There were not
more than three or four deaths of while people and the majority of
the brown and yellow people who died had been unmindful of the
regulations of the Board of Health as respects cleanliness and
food. The general observance of a few simple rules here will
keep the present visitation of cholera from becoming serious:
Drink no water which has not been previously boiled and tillered.
Avoid the use of uncooked vegetables, such as lot nee. watercress
and radishes. Keep out of the Nuuanu stream, do not swim in the
harbor or wade near the sewer outlet: avoid infected neighbor
hoods; eschew raw fish or fish caught in the harbor or its tribut
tary; live a simple, clean, temperate life and do not lot tilth accu
inulate anywhere. Keep clean yourself but be sti re not to bathe
in water that may have been contaminated. And don't get fright
ened and tell stories about the cholera which you can't prove
Precisely what happens will be reported dally to the public and
nothing kept back.
Keep cool and clean.
llio Rrilkh com ts liavr always nc
ceded to this. The editor of the
Mercury refuses to obey tjie mandate
of Judge Wilfley. The actions of
Willlcy have created bi d feeling be
tween British and Americans, and
the Uritish colony Is anxious that
Wilfley lie removed.
A Matter of In another column appears a notice to import
Importance, ers by the American Hawaiian steamers rela
tive to a meeting to be held Monday of next week tit the Masonic
Temple to consider matters in connection with the quarantine fund
at the disposal of the importers for just such purposes as the
recent outbreak of cholera in Honolulu has made necessary.
It is of the utmost importance that every importer should be
present and participate in the meeting. While under the strict
quarantine regulations that the Federal Government enforces it is
uot likely that the disease will become general it is the duty of
every one to use the utmost precautious to prevent the spread of
the disease and as it is already in the metropolis it may last for
some time before it is entirely eradicated and as it is one of the
most fatal and treacherous of diseases it is the duty of every one
to do his share in the prevention of the spread of the disease.
Wilfley Denies Charges.
HONOLULU, Dec. 20. -L. R. Wil
fley, judge of the United States Court
at Shanghai, the man who has achiev
ed considerable notoriety on account
of his action in disbarring from-prac
tice in his court Lorrin Andrews and
other American lawyers, arrived in
town this morning ou the Manchuria
on his way to Washington.
Judge Wilfley declines to discuss
the matter of his troubles with An
drews. "That is a matter of court
record," he said this morning, "and
I do not care to be quoted in reference
to it " However, the judge did make
some statements concerning the
statements of the former Attorney
General of Hawaii.
Judge Wilfley denies that the An
drews matter is what is taking him
to the States. "My object in going
to Washington," he said, "is to try
to get Congress to extend a code of
laws to Americans io China. We
have beeu living under the old com
mon law, but this has become inade
quate, and we need a better code. It
has been proposed to have the Cali
joroia code adopted as best suited to
conditions in China, and I think pos
sibly this will be done.
"Another matter which is taking
me to the Capitol is to try to get
Congress to make appropriation for
a Federal, building at Shanghai for
the United States Court. At present
we are holding court in the old con
sular building, which is very much
unsuited for the purpose, and we need
a new building.
"I do not care to discuss my trou-
bles with Mr. Andrews. That is a
matter of court record and I Co not
think I ought to say anything about
Upon being pressed as to the
charges that have been made against
him of unfairness toward certain
American lawyer iuSha ghai, Judge
Wilfley denied that there had been
any unfairness. "Some of them," le
said, "we disbarred or not permitted
to practice in my court either on ac
count of moral unfitness or because
they failed to pass the examination
which I gave. As to Mr. Andrews,
he took the examination and failed to
pass, somewhat to my surprise,
Later ou he was admitted, but is now
"Is this on account of any moral
unfitness?" the Judge was asked.
"Well, there are largos pending
against Mr. Andrews in the United
States Court of Appeals at Washing
ton, and for that reason lie is not al
lowed to practice in my court."
"Are those charges personal
charges preferred by you?"
"No, M-. Andrews is charged with
having filed false affidavits in a case
and making false charges against
certain court officers." Although the
Judge did not say so, it is understood
that the court officers referred to
are the judge himself.
'"There are now. five American
lawyers admitted to practice in the
United States Court of Shaughai.
Two took the examination and pass
ed just before I left ttyre," contiuu
ed the Judge. Those who can now
practice are W. S. Flemming, E. A.
Douthitt, R. A. Frost, W. Heen and
"Positively," concluded Judge Wil
fley, "the Andrew; matter has noth
ing to do with my trip to the State."
Lorrin Andrews is in Honolulu
now also, and it is possible that both
he and Judge Wilfley will be passen
gers on the Manchuria tomorrow for
The following appears in the Cable
news -American of November 23. '
Shanghai, Nov. 22. Ititet.se feel
ing has been aroused in Shanghai by
the highhanded actions of Judge Wil
fley of the United States Court for
China. He has attacked one of the
oldest, most i-acred and best recog
qized privileges of the English press
of this city. In the Do Menil case
Judge Wilfley ordered the Shanghai
Mercury, a British daily, 'o testify!
as tojts sources of information. It
is an open and well-grounded right
of the press here that it cannot be
compelled to divulge the names of
those who give it information, and
Supervisors In Annual Session.
At the Annual meeting of the Hoard
of Supervisors of the county of Maui
which was held last week the follow
ing matters of interest were disposed
of by the board but not i-rporti d in
our last issue for want of space.
Wailuku, Maui, Dec. 16, 1007.
The Hoard of Supervisors was call
ed toord-r at 12:30 P. M. Chairman
W. Ili'iniiiig presiding.
Roll Call: Present, W. Uenning, T.
M. Church and S. E. Kaiue. Absent
W. P. Haia and T. T. Meyer.
The minutes were read and approv
ed as read.
Communication of D. H. Case,
County Attorney rendering an opim
ion on the tender ot Aagust Reiinjun
Tor the construction of road at Napili
to Honokahua was read and the same
was ordered placed on lile.
Communion tion of Mnrston Camp
bell, Supt. of Public Works in re Fire
Apparatus of Wailuku being placed
under the control of Fire Chief Coelho
was read and the same was ordered
placed on fiie.
Mr. Church moved that the a'.vard
ing of the bid foi the construction ot
the Napili-Hor.okahau road be post
poned until the next regular meeting
of the Hoard and that the checks of
all the bidders except that of A. A
Wilson be returned. Seconded by
Mr. Kaiue and carried.
Tho awarding of the bid for the
construction of the bridge at Kahului,
Maui, was considered.
Mr. Kaiue moved (h it the contract,
for the construction of two concrete
concrete bridges aCKahului, Maui,
be awarded to Mr. O'Sullivau in
accordance with his tender and the
plans and specifications of the County
Engineer in file in the County Cierk's
office. Seconded by Mr. Church.
Mr. Church moved to reconsider
th'S vote taken on awarding the con
tract for the construction of the
Napili Honokahua road. Seconded
by Mr. Kaiue and carried.
Mr. Church moved to empower the
Chairman to approve or reject the
bid of A. A. Wilson for the construc
tion of the road from Napili to Hono
kahua, iihaiiu, Maui. Seconded by
Mr. Kaiue and carried.
Mr. Church mo ed that tho deposits
of the unsuccessful bidders for the
construction of the concrete bridges
at Kahului, Maui and the road from
Napili to Konokahau be returned.
Seconded by Mr. Kaiue and carried.
The Hudgct was taken up for con
sideration. Mr. Kaiue presented Resolution
No. 570 thereby declaring an Esti
mate of Expenditures for salaries,
payrolls and public improvements for
the Ccunty of Maui for the ensueing
fiscal vear 11108 amounting to $150,
000.00 and moved the adoption" of the
aine. Seconded by' Mr. Church and
The resclution as adopted was
published in our last issue.
At 3.30 P. M., Mr. Church moved
to adjourn. Seconded by Mr. Kaiue
As provided for in Chapter 45, of
the Revised Laws of Hiwaii, 1905,
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVT of the laws of 1880:
All persons holding water privi
leges or those paying water rates
are hereby notified that the water
rates for the term ending June 30,
1008, will be due and payable at
the office of the Wailuku & Kahului
Water works, on the 1st day of Jan
All such rates remaining unpaid
for 15 days after they are due will
be subject to an additional 10 per
All privileges upon which rates
remain unpaid February 15, 1008, (30
days after becoming delinquent), aro
liable to suspension without further
Rates are payable at the office of
the Water Works iu the Wailuku
Court House Building.
W. E. HAL,
Supt. Wailuku & Kahului.
Wailuku. December 15, 1007.
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selection of nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSOKIES, such as
Soup Dishes for the Bathtub,
French Plate Glass Mirrors,
Soap Disttes for the Wall,
Sponge Holders, '
' Soap and Sponge Holders,
Towel Bars in various size,s
Towel Racks, 2-3 and 4 fold.
Comb and Brush Trays,
Tooth and Brush Holders,
' Robe Hooks, etc., etc.
To realize their beauty am usefulness they
must be seen anil used. Taken 's a whole tlieso
fittings are the most artistic, practical, easily cleaned
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Our prices bring them within tho reach of all.
We invite your kind inspection.
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WAILUKU PA1A DIVISION
KAHULUI PUUNENEKIHE DIVISION.
STATIONS An M- J;08- I M' Pas. I STATIONS f P M
Pas. Fit. Pas. Pas. only Pas
. ' .
Kahului Leave 7.00 2.00 Kahului Leave 6.20 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 7.12" 2.12 Puunene Arrive 6.35 1.35
Wailuku Leave .7.20 2.20 Puunene Leave 6.40 I 1.40
Kahului Arrive 7.32 .32 Kahului Arrive 6.55 j ,55
Kahului Leave 7.35 9.40 2.35 5.10 Kahului Leave 8.10 9.45 a lo
Sp'ville Arrive 7.47 0.55 2.1" 5.22 Puunene Arrive 8.25 10.00 3.25
Sp'viile Leave 7.50 10.15 2.50 6 25 , Puuneue Leave 8.30. 10.30 3.3t
Paia . Arrive 8.05 10.35 . 3.05 5.40 Kahului Arrive 8.45 10.45 3.4i
Paia Leave 8.15 10.50 3.15 5.45 Kahului Leave - 9.45
Sp'ville Arrive 8.35 3.35 Puunene Arrive 10.00
Sp'ville Leave 8.40 3.40 Puunene Liave
Kahului -Arrive 8.52 11.30 3.52 6.05 Camp 5 Arrive 10.30
Kahului Leave 8.55 1.00 3.55 Kihei Arrive 11.15
Wailuku Arrive 9.10 1.15 4.10 Kihei Leave 11.30
Wailuku Leave 9.20 1.35 4.15 '
Kahului , A 1 rive 9.35 1.50 4.30 Kihei trains Tuesday only and carry freight only.
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