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THE MAUI NEWS
'S ATURD AY, APRIL 11, 1908
Mmiirw I'hinhiii'in in
MILK THAT KEEPS
pure nnd fresh till you want it, no mutter how warm tho
weather. Jlilk that is thoroughly sterilized by n hygienic
process thai retains all the Natural Quality nnd increases the
richness and Butter Kat by evaporation.
It is guaranteed to keep till
three or four days. Its richness
purposes and for tea, coffee, etc.
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,'We have the
ot the season in pints and
1 Maui Wine & Liquor Co. 1
H ( SOLE AGENTS FOR MAUI. j
Chas. M. Cooke, Pres.
V. L. Decoto, 2iul Vice-Pres.
C. V. Lufkin, Cashier
Accounts o Individuals, Corporations and
Firms invited. ,
Interest Paid on
Foreign Exchange Issued
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent at Reasonable Rate?.
MAKE YOUR OWN GAS
The Sunlight "OMEGA" Acetylene
Generators HAVE NO EQUAL
Wo are the Agents forjtho "OMEGA" and will cheerfully give
GENERATORS from 10 Its. to HCO lis.
FIXTURES of all kinds.
COMPLETE PL NTS properly installed.
Lot us talk "GAS MACHINE" to you and wo can convinco you
that you requiro an outfit to make your homo complute.
KAHULUI RAILROAD GO'S
MERCHANDISE DEPARTMENT Sole Agents
i nil ' i i ill!1, i .I1 'Hi ii iw hi inwn
the can is opened, and then for
makes it tho best for cooking
& Co., Ltd.
Wm. Helming, Vice-Pres.
K. A. Wailsworth, Director
II. J. Morvay, Asst. Cashier
on All Parts oJ thcTWorld.
Continued from page i .
wao district asking that a road he
built through Judgo Copps pine
apple lands nnd setting forth the
fart that this road would facilitate
transportation of pineapples there.
It was pointed out that wo have
nolenotiglunoncy to properly build
the projected roads already decided
upon and that to build other ronds
would be out of the question.
Supervisor Church was finally
appointed a committee of one to
investigate and make a wiitten re
port for the guidance of the board.
The report of t lie County At
torney was read and placed on Mo.
A short, history of the work during
the March term of court was given.
The matter of the claims of two
local physicians for twenty dollars
fees as witnesses in the liana man
slaughter case was dealt with. The
County Attorney stated that while
the court had very properly allow
ed that amount as due tho physi-
e i . .i
eians inr expert isimonv mere
was no !il"pelat,UniJb
'It developed later that the Clerk
of the? court had refused to issue
warrants for the amount on the
order of the court ' for the reason
that the law does not provide for
the- payment of more than one
dollar per day and mileage for
each witness and as the warrant
was not drawn on the County Audi
tor the witness could not get theif
pay. This explains why tho claim?
were sent direct to tho County
The report of the Deputy County
Attorney snowwt tnat no had re
presented me county in many
cases in Wiuluku, Laliaina and
Makawao and had been successful
in his prosecutions in a great ma
jority of the cases handled by him
Tho Sheriffs report stated that
all of the police had been on their
good behavior all during the month
and that none had been discharged
or suspended during the month, the
Sheriff recommended that full pay
be allowed John Brown Jr. who
was badly hurt while on duty when
his horse(fell with him and threw
mm aim in lie lau his nip was
thrown out (if joint.
The matter of tho pay for the
cloth sold the police by the County
in order that they all have uniforms
of the same quality and color came
up for discussion. Severe criticism
was made of the non payment of
the amounts due from sevcial of
the'districts. The cloth was order
ed by tho County Authorities at the
request of the police and none wero
required to buy but each one was
allowed to purchase at cost if he so
desired. As the police have, been
Unusually slow in paying for what
they took somo action may be ex
pected from the board at this meet
ing. . Chairman Ilenhing reported that
Road Overseer C. A. Buchanan was
ill and that ho had secured the
services of W. L. Decoto in place of
Mr. Buchanan during the time that
Mr. Buchanan is ill.
Sanitary inspectorThonias Clark
reported that he had made an of
ficial visit to sixteen lestaurants. I
in Kihei,x2 in Waikapu 7 in Wai
luku, ! in Waiheo and 3 in Kahu
lui. lie had visited 3 poi shops in
Waikapu, 10 in Wniluku, 3 in Wai
heo, and 1 in Kahului. In Wni
luku he found three butcher shops
and Puuneno 1. He reported hav
ing inspected Gl hacks in the dis
trict and 15 wagons and reported
that there are 112 licensed drivi rs
in the district He reported having
inspected fl,9f(3 fish of all varieties.
The matter of the proposed town
hall came up for consideration and
the form of the lease presontod by
J. N. K. IC coin was presented. The
leaso was from the trustees of Kna
hunianu Church to the trustees of
the town hall. While tho leaso
does not say so it is understood that
three of the members of the town
hall committee wore appointed by
the church trustees aiid two by
citizens committee. Tho ones select
ed by the trustees weio A. N. Ke-
poikai, W. J5. Saffory.uiul John W.
lvalua while tho ones selected by
the citizens committee wero J. N.
K. Keola and L. M. Baldwin.
The lease was loosely drawn and
does not statcelearly and distinctly
what it' was probnbly intended it
should. In the first place it doc:.
not make it clear for what purpose
the lease is made from the church
trustees to tho committee. Ii the
next to the last clause it provides
for tho filling of vacancies in tho
board of trustees of kaalnunanu
Church (Lessors) but as that is
piovided for by the charter pf the
church it is not clear why that
clauso was put in. It was probably
intended to mean those members
of tho town hall trustees who were
appointed by the trustees of Kaa-
huiniinu Church, but it docs not
state s.o and as the wording stands
it would leave the filling of all .of
the vacancies in the trusteeship of
the town h.ill com nittee in the
hands of the citizens independent
of the 'rustees of tin chur' h Hiieh
plan would.of course bo Satisfactory
I lit i Mull 111 III I HT -li n ior
thclnir1ilP'fflistrcs; - Is another
With the exception of the open
ing and closing formal legal phra
seology the lease is as follows-
'Trustees to move the building at
their own cost.
2. They will put the building
in good repair and condition at
their own cost and expense.
3. That they will allow and
permit the Lessor or their succes
sors in trust ti.e free use of raid
building and premises when te
quircd. 4. runt they w.ui not. allow or
permit nny entertainment or meet
ing of an immoral character to be
held in or about the premises
5. That they will pay all taxes
water rates or other assessments
against said building and premises
if any there be and also all insur
ance premiums on said building if
0, That they will at all times
during the continuance of this lease
keep and maintain Haiti town ball
building in good and proper repair
7. That they will nrtt without
the consent of said Lessors first had
in writing, cut down any trees now
growing on said demised pre nises.
8. That they will adopt by-hiws
governing the proper regulation of
said, town hall building, the said
By-Laws to be "effective upon the
approval of the Board of Supervis
ors of the County of Maui, prey ill
ed however that such approva
shall only be sought for in case the
said Board of Supervisors shall pay
for tho removal of said building to
the said demised premises and
locating same at such part thereof
as shall be designated by tho Les
y, unit they will not assign
this lease nor underlet tho prem
ises as a whole without first having
received permission in writing of
And the said Lessors- for them
selves and their successors in trust
and asigis hereby covemant with
the said lessees and their succes
sors in trust that the said Lessees,
performing the covenants and
agreements herein contained and
on their part to bo observed and
performed and paying the rent as
aforesaid shall and may peaceably
hold and enjoy the said premises
for tho torm aforesaid.
Provided always and these pre
sents are upon this condition that
in' case of a breach of any of tho
covenants herein to bo observed on
the piirt of the Losses or in case
said rent shall bo in arrears tho
said Lessors thoir successors in
trust or assigns may without any
notice or demand or process of law
enter upon the demised promises
and thereby dotermino the estate
hereby croated and may thereupon
expel and remove thoso claiming
It is hereby mutually agreed by
and between . tho parties hereto that
in caso of a vacancy or vacanoios
occurring in the board of trustees
of the Kahumanu Church (Lessors
herein) or their successors in office
tho same shall bo filled by election
Wo have in exhibition in our show room a choice
selection oT nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soup Dishes for the Bathtub,' - (X,
Shower Heads, ' ' -
French Plato Glass Mirrors,
, Soap Dishes for the Wall, 1
f Sponge 'Holders,
Soiip and Sponge Holders, c
Towel Bars, in various Sizes, ,
Towel Rucks, 2-8 and 4 fold, . ' y
, ' Comb and Brush Trays,
Tooth and Brush Holders, "
in it i i it i r - nrii
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We invite your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RAILROAD COS
j MERCHANDISE D.EPT.
I.OIM1E AIAU1, No. 5)S4, A. P. V A, M'
StateH meeuims will be held at
Mnsmie Hall, Kahului, oa the first
Saturday uiubt of each month ut 7.30
P. M. " '
VisiHnu brethren are cordially in
vited loat tend.
D C. LINDSAY R W. iV.
t. f. Secretary.
ALOIIA LODGE NO. K KNIGHTS
Rejular moi'ti'iys will he hold at
the Knights of Pythias Hull Wniluku
on Saturday, April 11 and 25.
All visiting tneinuers are cordially
invited to attend.
J. II. NELSON. C. C.
D. H. CASE, K. OP R. & S.
DR. J. J. CAREY
Office over First National Bank
Wailuku, Maui, T. 'IL
' DR. GEO. S. AIKEN
Office temporarily nt Custom Hon.se,
KAiiur.ui, jVIaui, T. II.
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 4 p m.
ICE CREAM PARLOR
Orders tnken for ICE CREAM,
- FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS.
Ice Cold Drinks Always on Hand.
Market St. : : Wailuku, Man
of the then Board of trustees of'the
Kaahumaiui church and if such
vacancy or vacancies should bo in
tho Board of Trustees of tho Wai
luku Town Hall (Lessees herein)
or their -successors in trust the
same shall ho filled hy tho election
of a representative citizen of Wai
luku at a puhlic meeting of citizens
called and duly advertised for that
The Board of Supervisors took
up ti e matter again in tho evening
of Wednesday and 011 motion of
Supervisor K'tiue .seconded hy
Supervisor Haia tho- proposition
was put" off until next month as
the members stated that tho pro
position was not one that they felt
they could entertain.
On Thursday evening tho mem
bers of tho hoard went to Lahaina
to investigate road matters thore.
Fine Job Printing at the
Maui Publishing Co.
within the reach of all.
Mahklt Sukx Wailuku
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Fill line of popular brands oi
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Celebrated Primo & Seie
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Wq have onlj' two Gentle
men's Bine Sorgo Suits of
the famous IIolTmann & Roth--child
make left. Those" elo-'
gant suits sell in Honolulu
for $20.00. 611 r price now
$14.00 per Lit.
lAUi DRUG STORIT
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Monument Works, Ltd
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