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THE WIAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1908
will tell you that ho has to mitf most Hours to got the
right quality and uniformity that are required by good
baking. Each pno has some of the .good qualities
that our flour gets from right selection ftnd riglV
Our exports know the bosl whoftt, the best part of
it, and the night way Of milling it.y Thoy KNOW
Golden .Gate Flour
is the result of years of study and experiment. It's
the Best. , ' j ' ' '
SOLDBTA'ijLTilJS 'OKOOBliS. . . '.
I Our Best
Si , is that our'compctitors tell you that they will sell you
goods as good as ours. .We need nothing hotter, lint
jE; thoy, don't toll you that thchave Belmont Whis-
key in hulk or Kaupakulu'a Wine in bulk, he wo'
Wo also carry lots of good things fqr the Holidays,
ZZ such as Peach Brandy, Aprica't Brandy, Cherries in
y Creme di Mentho, Cooking Sherry and Braildy, all
kinds of table Wines.
SZ We are also Agents for Seattle and Primo Beers.
Your Holiday dinner Wlnt bo comj)lete without
S something to help digest it. Wo have nil kinds of'
SET Cocktails already mixed. Ring us up and we will tell
y you more about the good things we have.
Chas. M. Cooke, 1'tts. C. D. Lufkin,
R. A. Wndswortli, Director
SECOND ANNUAL STATEMENT
at the close of business December 3Cy 1907
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts..? 34,355.92
Cash and Due from Hanks 20,105.49
United States Bonds '6,250,00
Other Bonds 12,000.00
I'reniium on U. S. Bonds..,.... 2W.00
Furniture and Fixtures.. 1,150.00
Five Percent Fund 312.50
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
COUNTY OF MAUI
I, Wm. Ilenning, Vice-President of the above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge mid belief:
Wm. HHNNU1G, Vice President.
Subscribed and sworn to before mc this 2nd day of January, 1908.
J. GARCIA, Notary 1'ul lic Sec. Jud. Circuit.
MAKE YOUR OWN GAS 1
The Sunlight "OMEGA" AcetyicnC
Generators HAYS N,G EQUAL
Wc are the Agents for'the "OMEGA" and will cheerful!' give
estimates on: "
GENERATORS from 10 1U. to SCO 1U. '
FIXTURES of all kinds.
COMPLETE PL NT8 properly installed. .. -
Lot us talk "GAS MACHINE"
that you req'uiro an outfit
that you req'uiro an outfit to
KAHULU1 RAILROAD GO'S
& Co., Ltd.
DISTRIBUTORS. - '
Caslik-r Win. Helming, Vicc-l'res,
W. h. Decoto, Director
Capital Stock : 5
Due to Banks..... j.
Circulation.'. i .'
DepostU ..?.. .r,,..
fto you and we can oonvince you1
to make your boine cnplete.
Wine & Liquof Co.-1
Continued froiu page t.
Committee on behalf of the Wai
luku citizens was taken un.for con
sideration. Mr, Kaiue moved that
the Board of Supervisors assist
the Citizen's commit fee in the mov
ing of the, old Court Iloufo. build
ing from its present location to the
new location across the street, on
IhcJCaahttinanu church property.
Seconded b)yMr. Meyer and car
The BomMseue inatfel was ngniu
tken tip for consid-'ratijn. Tlie
following wireless message from tho
Ooverlior ins feftd:
Ilenning from Frear.. Could ak
Treasury Department if at all,
only in case of sale. Otherwise
impossible. " Advise srtle at 08, if
The matter was further deferred
The County Clerk was instructed
to notify Mr. Geo.' Gloves Road
Overseer Makawao.to torth-with
eauso the old Qmaopio Roads
through the Omaopio Homesteads
to be reopened for public travel and
The County Engineer wa in
fructcd lo investigate ftnd report
on roads through the Omao)io
Mr. Meyer presonted Resolutions
No. 045 to No. 082 inclusive there
ly approving of salary, iayrolls
and material rfnd supply demands
and moved the adoption of tho
same. Seconded by Mr. Iltiia and
Mr. Kaiue presented Resolution
No. 088 thereby appropriating
$122.19 from the fund known as
Roads and Bridges Wttiluku to the
fund known as Roads and Bridces
Mak'awao, and moved the adoption
of the same! Seconded by' Mr.
Meyer and carried
Mr. Meyer presented' Resofiition
rso. (jS-1 thereby appropriating
$122.19 from the fund known as
Roads and Bridges Molokai to the
fund known as Roads and Bridges
Mnkawao, and moved the adoption
of the same. Seconded by Mr.
Kaiue and carried.
The sum of $250 was appropriat
ed from' tho fund known as Roads
and Bridges Wailuku to tho fund
.unown as inro JJonartmont Wai
Air. uinircn moved lor a recoss
to 7 P. M. Seconded by Mr. Haiti
and carded. Adjourned at 0:05
EVENING SESSION. .
The Board was called to order at
7 P. M., Chairman W. Ilenning
Tho report of the County Super
intondent of Roads va read. Tho
Clerk was instructed to notify tho
Uisi-ouri Valley Bridge and Iron
Company that the Board could not
accept their request for nnqtldition
to the cost of the steel bridge for
tho liana district after the bid was
accepted, . and therefore the con
tract was cancelled.
Communications between the
County Engineer and the company
were read. The clerk was'klso' in
structed to notify Alexander &
Baldwin that the contraefwith the
company was cancelled.'
All communications rolutivo to
this matter were ordered placed on
The report of the County Super
intendent of Roads was order6d
placeJ on file.
A communication trom w. v
Wright & o: to Mr. Dan T. Caley
informing him of the prices for
shoeing and general blacksniithing
for the County of Oahu -was read
and tho same was ordered placed
on file. (The letter showed that iho
prices for shoeing hero aro the sumo
as in Honolulu. Tho prices charged
for eqnio-other work 'are higher in
Honolulu than litre.)
The Board approved the appoint
ment of Geo. 11. Cum'miiigs Audi
tor's clerk at a salary of $85.00 per
month. ' , '
Communication of Dr. Dinegar
in re odorless excavator was taken
up for consideration. Mr. Kaiue
was instructed to put tlw ordorlcs
Communication of the Commis
sioners of Agriculture and VotMlry
was ordered placed on file. Tho
clerk was inlfuctcd to answer that
tlie majority of the B.oard of Super
visors is not in favor of the plan of
having the County pay the expen
ses of a veterinary surgeon whilo
lire same officer focjhe Counlv o
Oahu is paid for out or Torntoi inl
appropriation. The Road feels
that the Counties outsideof . Oahu
should bo trvcorded the same treatment'-
from Territorial appropri
ations as tho said County of Oahu.
t- The coimnunieatioiisrerative to
the reffgnaiion of tho County
Superintendent of Roads wrts taken
up for consideration.
Mr. Church moved to approvo
the uction of the 'Chairman in ac
cepting the resignation qf Mr. Wil
son. . . ,
Mr. Kaiue moved to further tle
fer actionoii the matter until .to
morrow. Second by Mr Haia and
'Communication of the County
officers requesting, the County to
purchase aii adding machine was
taken up for consideration.
Tho rcliest was denied and' the
communication wns ordered placed
on file. . , s
The Clerk was instructed to no
tify tho Deputy Sheriff of Lahaina
of the rule adoptejl by the 'Board
in case of contagious diseases.
,. Mr. Kaiue presented Refolution
ISJjp. GS0 thereby approving of pay
roll demands.mimbored l6'.' and
21-11 and moved the adopted of t,he
s?tiiie. Seconded by Mr. Meyer
Mr. I lain was given until tho
following morning to itiptirtrju-the
request of the.Manngor of the.U.
C. iv S. Co. to increase-tho.rent 'of
the trial in tho liana district'
The petition of N. Omsted el al
in re location of the Keanae,-Nahi-ku
trail "was taken up for consider
ation. ''Mie Clerk was instructed
to notify the petitioners that the
matter will be given due consider
ation and that before any route is
decided upon' the' public will bo
given a chance to "further present
thejr views. .
v Mr. Church moved to adjourn
to 9 A M. Seconded by Mr. Kaiue
anil carried. Adjourned jit 10 P.
M. . t
Wailuku,. Fel). 14, 190S.
The Board-was culled to order at
9 A.M., Chairman Ilenning pre-
llaia, S.. E.
M. Church! W.
Kaiue and T.
Meyer. , . 1
Mr, Church gave uoticS that
will move to reoonsider the vote
taken yesterday T relative to tho
moving of the old Court House.-
At 12 noon, the Chairman
dored a recess to 1 P. M. '
AFTERNOON SESSION. ..
The BoardAvas called to ordered
at 1 P. M., Chairman Henning"
presiding. The Sheriff's report
was taken lip for lionsideration.
The Sheriff was called in to give
information concerning his department.-
Mr. Kaiue moved that this
Board -app'rove the appointmont by
the Sheriff of J as. Kipakuhia- as a
special at a salary of S35.00, per
month. Seconded by Mr." Moyer
and carried. Theepbrt was order
ed placed on file.
The communications rolative to
the resignation of John II. Wilson,
County Supt. of Roads, were taken,
Mr.v Church moved that this
Board approve thd Miction of the
Chuirman in accoptin tho resigna
tion of'Miv John II. Wilson, Coun
ty Superintendent of Roads. Sec
onded by Mr. Haia and carried, by
the following aye and no votes:
Ayes; Uonning, Church, Tlaia and
Moyer. N6": Kaiue.
Tfio clerk was instructed to re
quest Mr. Case to prepare a peti
tion to tho Governor and the Sup
erintendent of Public Wprks rola
tivo, to the connection of the water
supply of lhe Wailuku-Kahului
WaWr Works above thoYrosCnt in
take. ) v .
The Clerk was instructed to in
sert a notice in tho Maui News to
the effect that at the next meeting
of the Board, an Ordinance delin-
Wailuku will be brought, up for
consideration, and that the public
would bd invited to express their
views on the matter.
Mr. Church presented Resolution
No. 091 thereby abolisliii'tr the
oflico of County Superintcndeii.t of
Roads, and moved the adoption of
the stune Seconded by Mr. Haia
and carried. ""
Communication of .lohn'Il. Wil
son County; Superintendent of
Roads to W. Ilenning, Chairman,
and that of W. ilenning to the
Clork in re resignation of MrWil
son were ordered placed on file.
The Clerlujiresfiited for 'tho con
sideration of tho Board lhe bonds
of A. A.' Wilson and Chas. O'Sulli
van. The same' wore road and , i e
ferred to the County Attorney.
Mr. Hnia reported that ho had
seen Mr. F. F. RakLvin relative to
the rent of Punkaa trail and that
tho matter had bofn'arraiigt-d to
the satisfaction of all parties con
cerned, the rent remaining at the
present figure. '
The County Attorney reported.
uiaiino ooniiH oi a. a. u'lison
apd Chas.' .O'Sullivan are found
correct and in tdue-fonn, and he
recommended the' acceptance of
Mr. Meyer moved thjit this Board
approve the bond of Mr. A. A. .Wil
son for tho'construotion.of the vjfad
from Napilrto llonokohua, in the
Lahaina 'District, and thatof.ClmS.-
O'Sullivan fortius ciinstruotioy of
the two concrete bridges at-Kahu-lui,
Wailuku District. Seconded
by Mr. Kaiue and carried.
The petition of D. Keolanui et
al (Kula investigation) was taken
Mr.-Church presented Resolution
Nof087 thereby diniissing the peti
tion, of D. Keolanui et al and mov
ed the adoption ty the same. Sec
onded by "Mr Meyer and carried'.
Mr. Haia represented Resolution
No. G88 thereby expressing tho
thankssof this Board to Mr. F. F,
Baldwin, Mgr. 11. C. & S. Co. and
movedvthe adoption of the same.
Seconded by Mr. Meyer and car
ried. Mr.. Kaiue ptesented Resolution
No. 0(89 thereby establishing a
Pound at Kahului and moved the
adoption of tho same. Seconded
by Mr. Meyer and carried.
Mr. Kaiue presented Resolution
No. 090 thereby appointing Manuel
Scquira Esq., Poundinaster for the'
District of Wailuku ' with a pound
to be situated at Kahului and mov
ed the adoption of the same. Sec
onded by Mr. Church.4tnd carried.
Mr. Kaiue moved that the
salaries of the Deputy County Clerk
and the assistant clerk be increas
ed 15.00 respectively, said inciease
to date from tlis first of the month.
Secondedjiy Mj Haia and carried.
Communication of Waller A.
Hardy applying for tho position of
County Superintendent 1 QfjJ toads
was read and the sa.ne-wafillered
placed on file. ;. imp'
Mr. Kaiue movo.d that.lte'siilarv
of the Road Ovor?eer-Waihipi-trict
bo raised from 'WO.'GO t$otf
00 per month. Seconded by Mr,
Meyer and carried.
Mr. Church moved to reconsider
tho vote kiken yesterday relative
to moving the old lCourt House.
Seconded byMr. Haia and carried.
Mr. Church moved" tliat fliis mat
ter bo tabled. Seconded by ' Mr.'
Moyer and carried.
MrMluia presented Resolution
No. 092 thoroby amending Sections,
1,-and 5 of Resolution No. 222 pass
ed Jan.. 4, 1900, and lpoved'the ad
option of the same. Seconded by
Mr. Meyer and carried.
Mr. Church moved that tho De
puty County' Clork bo authorized
to disposo of thoy saddle horso of
the County Suporintondont of
Roads at an upset price of ?100.0Q.
Seconded by-Mr.' Haia and'carriid.
Mr. Haia prosonted Resolution
No. (598 thereby approving the ac
tion of the County Treasurer in ac
cepting tho offer of tho First Na
tional Bank of Wailuku and .tho
Rank of Hawaii Ltd. to purchase
$50,000 of tho County Bonds of tho
County of Maui, subject to thujeou-
ditions set forth in their letter to
L. M. Baldwin, Treasurer bf tho
County of Maui, of dato, February
11th, 1908, and moved tlfo adop
tion of tho 'same. Seconded by
Mr. Meye'i' and carried.
Tho County Bond Issue 'n'
again taken up for consideration,
Conimunication ol the First Na- ,4.
tional Bank and the Bank of Ila-j v
waii Ltd. to Mr. L. M, l3aldwin.,A
County Treasurer, was read and'jS5'
also his answer fBMho above nt'n-j
Mr. Church movml that the Conn-'.
ty Attorney is he'reby'instruoted to
forthwith" take" such action as would
detcunine the legality of the Bond
Isriue of the County of Maui as set ,
forth i Resolution No. 150 passed 1
by this Board of Supervisors on.
April 1, 1907, and confirmed .by..
Act. 189 of tho Session Laws Of .
1907. Seconded by Mr. Kaiue1 and -,
carried. Mr. Church moved to ad-' V '
journ. So jonded by Mr'. Meyer audi' v:
Adjourned at 7 P. M.
J.ODtJIiMAUl, No. 984, A. 1JT& A.
Miis-iuiellail, Kahului, on 'the 11 rs'lt-W
Saturday niiit or each month al. 7.30
isi'inj: brethren are cordially in
vited to ulleiid.
D. G. LINDSAY R..W. V.
t. f- , Secretary.
ALOHA I-.ODHE NO. it KNIGHTS
Rcirulur tncoliiirS wi Jt bo held at
the Kniylits of. Pythias Hall Wailuku
on -Sat unlay, Fehrhury'28.
All visiili," rncinuer's aro cordially
invited -to attend.
J. II. NELSON. C. C.
D, II., CASE, K. OF R.
EB. F. A.ST. SURE
II3VS1CIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
10 A. M. to 12 M.
l'P.il. to 3 P.M.
7 P. M. to 8 P. M.
DR. GEO. S. AIKEN
Office tcuqiornrily at Custom JIouse
Kahui.uIj Maui, T. H.
Office Hours: 9 a. in. to 4 p' 111.
DR. J. J. CAREY ,
Ollice ove'r First National Rank.
Wailuku, Maui, T. H,
Wo have only two Gontlr
men's Bluo Sorgo Suits wf,'.
tho famous Hoirmauii iltQth-,
oliild mako loft'. Tlufo y
gant suits sojl in. HonOruhi -
our prieo now
$14.00 per suit.
MAUi DRUG STORE
. V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
ie Star Planinsf Mil
r FURNITURE, K.TC.
Also carrins a lino of
CASKETS AND COFF1NJ. '
W. J. trloodv, : Prop.
Hollo 172 ' P. O. llo 75
Do not throw avy your
old boohs. Send them to
the Ma'ui. Publishing Co.,
Printers and Book-binders.