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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY. JUNE 27, 1908
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered nt the Post Office at Wniluku,
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
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Hugh Al. Coke,
During the past year the oilicials of tlie Funeral
government have made more frequent visits to
the Territory than they hae in all
and the results of those visits have
the whole Territory.
One of the wisest acts of the last legislature was the appropri
ation of funds to defray the expenses of the Congressional party on
their visit to the islands and on their becoming acquainted with
our needs and conditions have acted
As a result of the visit of the Congressmen we are to have mi
linns snpnr, in thp Territory for improvement at Pearl Harbor, we
aro to have many light houses erected through out the group nnd
a fine harbor at Hilo and other improvements including a Federal
building in Honolulu
These improvements are but a
and will make possible the development of many industries and
the furnishing of a means of earning a livelihood to thousands of
people who will develop the natural resources of the couutry.
Let the next Legislature continue its good work and invite suc
ceeding Congressional parties to visit us.
The visit of the Secretary of the Interior to our shores will
doubtless be of benefit to the people here.
While his visit has been a hurried one he must bo blind not to
see many needs of the people hero and possible improvements by
which many thousands of acres of lands now practically idle could
be made into productive happy homes.
Every reasonable assistance that can be given to keep the sugar
industry up to its present standard should be given but there are
other industries that imperatively demand the assistance of the
. officials both Territorial and Federal in order to make Hawaii in
fact the Paradise of the Pacific as it is familliarly called.
People Elect That the election of United States Sonators is
Senator. popular with the great majority of.the people of
the states is not denied but that method of making the selection
has been denied them in every case until recently when some of
the states passed a law making it compulsory for the State Sen
ators and legislators to elect as United State Senators those who
had received the highest popular vote at the state election. In
this connection a peculiar condition has arisen in the state of
Oregon. At the State election held in that state on June second
the republicans carried practically every thing but the popular
vote for Senator.
Governor George E. Chamberlain, one of Oregon s most popular
officials beat H. M. Cake for the office of United States Senator by
a popular vote of over one thousand five hundred and now a Re
publican Legislature must elect a Democrat to this high position or
repuiate their auti-election pledges.
Whether this programo will be carried out is exciting the live
liest interest for it is thought that some of the Representatives
will refuse to elect a Democrat to the office while others will be
bound by their anti-election pledges and fear a loss to the party if
they refuse to carry out the wishes of the people.
MANILLA, June 24. Four U. S. soldiers are dead from cholera
CHICAGO, June 24. Heat prostrations here are numerous.
CARACAS. June 24. The American legation is ready to embark
for home. The rupture with Venezuela is imminent.
CLEVELAND June 24. The nominee for Vice President, Slier
man is seriously ill.
TEHERAN, June 24. The Shah is triumphant. Parliament has
surrendered. Among the reformers
St. Anthony Schools
Hold Closing Exercises.
Tuesday morning the closing ex
ercises of the St. Anthony's l'oys
School, of which Bro. Frank, is
principal, were held. A large num
ber of people were present and en
joyed the various songs, recitations
The opening number was an over
ture by the orchestra, composed of
scholars, assisted by Pro. Morris
and Prof. Geo. Schradcr.
The singing was remarkably good,
more i-sixriatly in the chorus sing
ing. The patience of the lirothcrs
was apparent in the training of the
A gold medal, offered by Gulstan
Council, Y. M. I., for excellence in
Christian doctrine, was awarded to
Another gold medal offered by
Mr. A. Enos for excellence in com
mercial work, was awarded to Clans
Jiefore awarding the medal Mr.
Enos announced that he had timed
Clans KoWrts at shorthand. Two
separate dictations were made, the
first being of 12S words, which wen'
taken down in fU seconds, and the.
Maui, Hawaii, as second-class mutter.
JUNK 27. 15H)8
of the years since annexation
been of very great benefit to
intelligently in the interest, of
beginning to what will be clone
were seventy casualties.
second of 14S words in 70 seconds
Rolierts not only wrote hut was able
to read fluently his own writing.
Many other scholars were award
ed Ixioks as prizes.
Thursday morning the St. Antho
ny's Girls School held their exer
cises, there being a large attendance
Miss Hanah Robinson was award
ed a gold medal for best work in
Commercial studies and Miss Mary
Lee was awarded a gold medal for
excellence in Christian doctrine.
Other premiums were also awarded.
An adjourned meeting of the Young
Men's Republican Club of Wailuku, is
hereby called for Monday evening; June
29th, 190S at 7:30 o'clock, ut the Court
house, for the purpose of nominating and
electing officers for the ensuing term."
June 24th 190S.
C. II. G. P.RAUN.
tf. President; V. M. K. C.
HUGH M. COKE.
j Not.rv Public.
Do not throw wy your
old books. Send them to
the Maui Publishing Co.,
Printers nnd Uook-binders.
RULES OF PROCEDURE (invent
ing the Bonrd of Supervisors of
the County of Mmil, in the mitt
tet of cloning, opening, cons
tructing, nncl relocating public
streets, higlmajs, romls, tilles
trulls nnd bridges within the
houndurics of the County of
Proceedings begun how:
Proceedings may be instituted (1) by
any member or members of the Hoard of
Supervisors by motion in writing duly
recorded in th minutes of the Hoard, or
(j) by communication, in writing, from
the County Engineer, or nny rond over
seer, or () by petition, in writing, ud-
dressed to the Hoard of Supervisors, nnd
signed by ten or more taxpayers of the
livery such petition shall substantially
set forth: (1) the nature of the work pro
posed, (2) the route thereof, (3) over what
lands the proposed road will run, (4) the
names of all owners or occupiers of lands
bordering upon such road and who will
be affected thereby, and (5) in a general
way, state the feason for the proposed
change or improvement, and the advan
tages, in their opinion, to be derived by
the public if the prayer of petitioners is
Disposition of Motion, Communication
At the meeting of the Board when such
motion is made, communication is read
or petition presented, the same shall be
referred to the County Engineer with
instructions to investigate the subject
matter of such motion, communication
or petition, and, at as early a date as pos
sible, report to the Board thereon, mak
iug such recommendations in relation
thereto as he deems to be for the best
welfare of the public. Such report shall
be based upon a survey if considered nec
essary by the County Engineer, and shall
embrace such plans and data as will en
able the Board to intelligently act in the
Action upon filing of Engineer's report:
If, upon a filing of the Engineer's Re.
port, the Board shall be of the opinion
that the road or proposed road should' be
closed, opened, constructed, or relocated
as the case may be, final consideration
thereof on its merits shall, by motion, be
deferred for a period of at least ten days,
and notice of such hearing published as
Publication of notice of hearing;
Due publication shall consist in having
the County Clerk post, or cause to be
posted, not less than three true copies of
the motion of the member of the Board,
or-communication of the Engineer or
Road Overseer, or of the petition of the
taxpayers, as the case may be, praying
for the closing, opening, construction or
relocation of a road or proposed roafl;
one copy to be posted at each extremity
of the road or proposed road, and one
copy upon the bulletin board in front of
or near the rooms occupied by the Board
of Supervisors; immediately beneath
which, notice of the time, place and hour
of the final hearing shall follow.
Copies of such notice of hearing shall
be forwarded by the County Clerk by
mail, postage prepaid, to all owners of
lauds bordering on such road or proposed
road, and the County Clerk shall also
cause such notice to be published in at
least one issue of a newspaper 0 general
circulation published in the County of
Final Hearing Decision:
Upon the day appointed for such final
hearing, the Board shall proceed to hear
all parties desiring to present facts bear
ing upon the matter in issue.
If the Board shall disapprove of the
proposed change or improvement notice
thereof shall at once be forwarded by the
Clerk to the petitioners.
If, however, the Hoard shall approve of
the proposed change or improvement such
approval shall be placed on record by
Such resolution shall embody the sub
stance of the decision arrived at by the
Board, and shall also direct the County
Engineer to prepare such plans and spec
ifications as may be necessary in order to
carry to completion all contemplated
work in connection with said proposed
change or improvement.
Printed forms to be used:
All specifications, tenders submitted
contracts entered into, and bonds given
in connection with any road work pro
secuted and carried to completion unde
these rules of procedure shall be upon
the printed forms approved by this Hoard
on the iSth day of April, 1908, or on such
forms as in the future may be substituted
therefor by .the Board.
These rules of procedure are not intend
ed to, and shall not, apply to ordinary
road work such as has to do and is essen
tial iu order to maintain and keep in
good repair existing highways.
(Signed) V. HENNING,
Chairman Board of Supervisors
I hereby certify that the foregoing
Rules of Procedure, upon consideration
had and vote taken, were passed by the
Board of Supervisors of the Couuty of
Maui, on the 1 2th day of June, 1908, at
their regular monthly meeting held in
(Signed) Wm. Fkkh Kaah,
County Clerk, Couuty of Maui.
Association will Hold First
Meeting in Hilo.
On Wednesday of this week the
Annual Convention of the Evan
gelical Association of all the Is
lands met for its first session at
Hilo, Hawaii. The meetings will
last until the first day of July and
promises to be of unusual interest.
Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Turner of Paia
left last week on Tuesday for Hilo,
and Revs. Theodore A. Wnltrip
at.d Rowland B. Dodge left on the
23rd. During Mr. Turner's ab
sence Rev. E. G. Beckwith will
supply the pulpit at Makawno
Foreign Church. There will be no
services at the Kahului and Wailu
ku Union Churches on Sunday.
June 28th. The usual services will
be resumed the first Sunday of
Rev. R. B. Dodae made a hurried
trip to Kaupo and Kipahulu last
week to inspect the repairs on the
Kaupo Church and the new Par
sonage that has just been complct
ed at Kipahulu By changina
horses at Kaupo he was able to
make the trip in almost exactly
two da vs.
On Tuesdav June 16th. a very
interesting session was held in Ka
hului Union Church by the minis
ters of Central Maui in their
monthly Ministers' meeting. There
was a large attendance, and eager
attention paid to the two addresses
of the day by Rev. Theo. A. Wal
trip upon "God's Search for Man'
and by Rev. K. li JJortge upon
"The Holy Trinity." The ladies
of the church served a delicious
The first series of a number of
translations into Hawaiian was
printed by the Maui Publishing
Company last week for the benefit
of the Hawaiian Churches. This
first paper was written by the Rev.
Albert Erdman D. D., who spent
about three month?, preaching at
Kahului Union Church. The work
is upon "Method of Bible Study"
with special study of passages upon
the Holy Spirit." The transla
tion is by Mr. Moses Kauhimahu
and is to be obtained of Rev. R. B.
The second of the series will be
by Rev. E. B. Turner of Paia, and
deals with Bible Study in a broad
comprehensive outline. It is ad
mirably adapted for work in the
Sunday Schools. This paper will
appear in a few days.
A new society of Christian En
deavor has recently been organiz
ed at Spreckelsville with the fol
lowing officers: Mrs. Pau Ahea
kalani, President; Mrs. Keaolani
Lindsay, Vice President; Mrs.
Treasurer; Arthur Al'en, Corres
Jime Jable3(ahului Sluilroad Company
STATIONS It; l" I M Pas. rSf STATIONS M. PH.
Pas Fit. Pas. only . Pas. Pas
Kahului Leave 7.00 , 2.00 ' P. M. Kahului Leave 6.20 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 2.12 Puunene Arrive 6.35 1.35
Wailuku - Leave 7.20 2.20 4.15 Puunene Leave 6.40 1.40
Kahului Arrive 7.35 2.35 4.30 Kahului Arrive 6.55 1.55
Kahului Leave 7.40 9.40 2.40 4.35 5.10 Kahului Leave 8.10 3.10
Sp'ville Arrive 7.52 J.55 2.52 4.47 5.22 Puunene Arrive 8.25 3.25
Sp'vi'.le Leave 7.55 ' 10.15 2.5i 4 50 5.25 Puunene Leave ' 8.30 3.30
Paia Arrive 8.10 10.35 3.10 5.00 5.40 Kahului Arrive 8.45 3.45
Paia Leave 8.20 10.50 3.20 5.05 '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 Leave 10.30
Kahului Arrive 8.52 1.30 3.52 5.30 6.05 Kahului Arrive 10.45
Kahuldi Leave 8.55 1.00 3.55
Wailuku Arrive 9.10 1.30 4.10
Wailuku Leave 9.20 2.00 4.15 ,
Kahului Airive 9.35 2.30 4.30
Kahului Railroad Company
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, Ltd.;- ALEXANDElt Si BALDWIN, Line of Sailing Vessels Betweer
Sau Fraucisco and fie Hawaiian Islauds; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.;
Residents Greatly Pleased
with the Exhibition.
On June liMh the liana Public
School held it closing day exer
cises. The exercises were greatly enjoy
ed by the many citizens who wit
nessed the "ame.
The school house was packed to
me utmost and stand ing room was
at a premium. The singing was
excellent and the children were
well trained in carrying out their
The costumes were works of art
and the children performed so skill
fully that the people could hardly
believe the performers were local
Fairy land in all its splendor
Mother Goose, the Queen of the
Fairies. Bo Peep, Simple Simon
Little Boy B tie ant others were
there and the acting of the child
ren was superb.
The chorus singing and the drill
of the police force deserve special
Mrs. Fram and ln r aM.tants,
John Medeiros and Mis9 Nani 11a
ia deserve recognition for their suc
cessful efforts in carrying out the
The receipts just about covered
the expense of the custumes and
other necessary expenditures.
The universal verdict of the citi
zens was tnat the exhibition was a
Race Track Notes
From an Observer.
G. IT. R. is looking fine:
Dan Carey says he is going to
take his colt to Ireland and win
the Irish Derby on March 17th he
also says he is too fast for the Is
Elko has as many supporters as
Did SrfVe Shot run a milo in 1.44
Defender has never lost a race
Carey9 pacer is stopping fast.
Naniwa can go some also.
I'm for you and Abdine will also
A large contingent from upcoun
try will race on July 4th.
Notice to Parties wishing to view
the entrance of the American
Fleet into Honolulu, July 16th,
The S. S. "Claudine," sailing from
Kahului on the evening of July 15th will
issue round trip tickets to Honolulu and
return for one fare ($6.00) good only for
that trip and vessel
Those wishing to avail themselves of
this opportunity will please leave their
names at the Railroad Depot, Kahului
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
DR. GEO. 8. AIKEN
Office temporarily at Custom House,
Kahului, Mxtii, T. H.
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 4 p. tn.
Notice is hereby given that R. W.
Howell is no longer in my employ nor
connected with my business in any man;
Agent Singer Sewing Machines, Wai
luku, Maui. - tf.
No Pedigree required to show
The Hawaiian Kennel will hold their
ANNUAL DOG SHOW.
JULY 20, 21, 22 AND 23
ENTRIES CLOSE 9 P. M. JULY it.
Premium lists and blanks will be
mailed to any prospective exhib
itor on application.
C. T. LITTLEJOHN, Sec'y,
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Kaupnkalua Wine &
Liquor Company Ltd. held May 30th,
190S, the following officers and directors
were elected to serve for the ensuing
J. A. Abeong,
F. Jardin, A. R
A. S. Medeiros,
A. F. Tavares,
J. V. Marciel, M.
Sou.a, with the above
the Board of Directors.
Kaupakalua Wink & LiauonCo. Ltd.
Per A. S. MEDEIRO.
Piano and a Pianola either singly or
together. Apply Box 5 Wailuku.
Notice of Power of Attorney.
Notice is hereby given that, during my
absence from the Territory of Hawaii, C.
D. Lufkin of Wailuku Maui will act as
my Attorney in fact.
v Dated this 13th, day of may A. D. 1908
tf. W. T. ROBINSON.
During my absence from the Territory,
Mr. A. Garcia will act for me under power
tf. J. GARCIA,
DR. F. A.ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
10 A. M. to 12 M.
1 P. M. to3 P.M. ,
7 P. M. to 8 P.M.
J. A. dos Rets
Harness and Shoemaker
lias moved his shop from the
Queen's Lodging House to the
Aluli Block on Market Street.
All kinds of repair work done with
promptness and satisfaction.
KAHULUI PUUNENE DIVISION.