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6 THE MAUI NEWS : SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1908 v " ,M
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Have n flavor all their mvn. They arc made of selected fruits,
vegetables, and spices no second -class goods over go into Heinz
Every "separate1 one of their ,
. 57 Varieties
is the best that can he made. They give zest to the nieaj.
And you can get them from your grocer at a price that makes
H. HackfeM & Co..
We have the first output
of the season in pints and
I Maui Wine
SOLE AGENTS FOR MAUI. S
Wo have in exhibition in our show room n choice
selection of nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishos for the Tiuthtub,
French Plate Glass Mirrors,
v Soap Dishos for the Wall,
To realize their beauty and usefulness the'
must bo soon and used. Takon as a whole theso
fittings are the most artistic, practical, easil' cleaned
and therefore the MOST SANITARY.
Our prices bring thorn within tho reach of all.
Wo invito your kind inspection.
KAI1ULU! RAILROAD CO.'S
ME R'C HANOI vSE DEPT.
Masonic Temple, : : KAHULUI.
ALOllA LODGE NO. a KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will bo bold at
the Knights of Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday, August 1,15, 29.
All visith'ig members are cordially
Invited to attend.
J. II . NELSON, C. C.
D. II. CASE, K. OF R. & S.
& Liquor Co.
Soap and Sponge Holders,
Towel Bars in various sizes,
Towel Racks, 2-'J and 4 fold,
Comb and Brush Trays,
Tooth and Brush lloldors,
Kobe Hooks, etc., etc.
LODGE MAUI, No. 98 , A. F. Cr A. Al
Stated meetings will be bold at
Masonic Hall, Kabului. on tlio first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
v.isiting oiouiren are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. C. LINDSAY R W. V,
t. f. Secretary
(Continued from I'agc i.)
The Chairman reported verbally
that he had appointed Dr. Dinegnr
Examiner of Chauffeurs. Mr. 1'ogue
moved that the Board approve the
action of the Chairman in nppoint-
ing Dr. Dim-gar Examiner of Chauf
feurs. Second by Mr. Meyer and
arricd. . ' "
Report of the County for month
and also the report of the Deputy
County Attorney to IheCVnmty At
torney were read, and the same were
ordered placed on file."
The report of the Sheriff for the
month of July was readand action
on the same was deferred.
Report of F. Sonicrfeld Road Over-.
peer on matter ot sLiwe site was
read, and action on the same was
The reports of the Fish Inspector
Wailuku, Sanitary Inspector J hum,
Lahnina and Wailuku, Fish Inspec
tor Lahaina, Deputy Sheriffs liana,
Makawao, Vailuku, Lahaina and
Molokai, and the Treasurer and
Auditor, and statement of the pound-
master Kabului were submitted and
the same were ordered placed on file.
The report of the Sanitary Inspector
.Makawao was read and the same
was ordered placed on file.
In the matter of the dead mule at
Makawao, Mr. Pogue to whom was
referred the same reported verbally
that the blame for the cause of the
death of the said mule could not be
placed upon any one, and be there
fore has done nothing further in the
At 10:20 A. M., claim demands
were taken up for examination.
At 12:15 I'. M., Mr. 1'ogue moved
to take a recess to 1:0 P. M. Sec
onded by Mr. Haia and carried.
The Board was called to order at
1:80 P. -31., Chairman W. Henning
The report of tho County Engine
er was read and action on the same
communication from the County
Treasurer transmitting the statement
of settlement with the Territory was
read. The statement of settlement
was also read. Both were ordered
placed on file.
Communication of C. F. Rose,
Clerk requesting a raise of salary
was read and action on tlie saint
was deferred. '
Mi Meyer presented Resolutions
No. 917 No. 9.S0 inclusive thereby
appoving salary, payroll and ma
terial and supply claim demands
and moved the adoption of the same.
Seconded by Mr. llaia and carried.
Wailuku, August 11, 1908.
J he Board was called to order at
9: B0 A. M. Chairman YV. Henning
presiding. Roll Call: Present W.
Henning, W. I'. llaia, S. E. Kaiue
T. T. .Meyer and W5 F. Pogue.
'Minutes ot yesterday's meeting
were read and tho same were order
- Communication of Hugh Howell,
County Engineer in re roads to be
cioscu and opened at uuKawno was
1 1 1 1 , r 1
read, and the same was ordered
placed on file.
Mr. Pogue moved that it is the
opinion of the Board that tho new
road at Haiku be opened and the
old road be closed, and the Clerk is
hereby authorized and instructed to
post the necessary notices. Spconed
by Mr. Meyer and carried.
Mr. Pogue moved that it is the
opinion of the Board' that the new
road at Kaluanui bo opend and the
old road be closed, and the Clerk is
hereby and instructed to post the
necessary notices. Seconded by Mr.
Meyer and carried.
Mr. Pogue requested permission
to attend to tho fencing of the roads
above mentioned. Mr. Meyer moved
that he be given permission to do
the fencing. Seconded by Kaiue and
Communication of Hugh Howell
County Engineer in re valves and
suction hose for the odorless excava
tor was read and the same was or
dered tjlaeed on file. Mr'. Pogue
moved to approve the action of the
County Engineer in ordering valves
for the odorless excavator.
Mr. Pogue moved that tho, County
Engineer be authorized to procure a
SO feet hose for the odorless excava
tor. Seconded by llaia and carried.
Communication of W. G. Chal
mers Contractor Honolulu in re use
of the rock crushing plant at 1'aia
was read. .Mr. Pogue also submit
ted a proposal from Mr. A. A. Wil
son for the use of the same rock
Mr. llaia moved that this whole
matter he left with Mr. v Pogue nnd
Mr. Howell. Seconded by Mr. Meyer
and carried. I
The report of the. Sheriff was
taken up for consideration.
Mr. Kaiue moved to approve the
appointment of Peter Adams and
Pestano as Police Ollieers, No
The report was placed on file.
Repoit of the County Engineer
was taken up" for consideration.
Mr. Kaiue1 moved to approve. Mr.
Pogue stated that he bad been un
able to attend the meeting of the
men interested in securing tho ser
veiees of a vcbrinary surgeon, so he
could not repoit on what was done,
but he had been given to understand
that there had been a meeting, and
the services of veterinary, surgeon
had beeir secured, and the County
not having been represented was not
counted upon in the apportionment
of the expenses for the salary of the
' i - . i : p 1 1. 1 i. .ip
.iWJpropnaiious mi- uio Jiisi nan
of the year were discussed and action
ucierrcd claim demands were
taken up for examination.
At 4:155 P. M., Mr. Kaiue moved
t adjourn to4):80 A. M. tomorrow
Seconded by Mr. llaia ipul carried
immigration Men to
have "New York Base,
J. D. Irenor, the immigration
expert, who has been some time in
these islands looking into condi
tions, lias been definitely engaged
by the Immigration Bo;ud to es
tarnish oinces m rsew lorK, as
headquarters for turning some part
of the tide of European immigra
tion this way.
This is a part of the general plan
wiucn the riantcrs Association ap
proves of, and will be willing to
Mr. Trenor has had many years'
experience with this question from
the other end, being on the eoiiti
nent as u representative oi tne gov
ernment in this very matter of
immigration, and also in other
capacities, though always connect
ed with tho immigration business.
He came here directly from
Europe, being brought in by the
Immigration Board to look into
conditions in the islands. The in
spection here complete, he will bo
ready for operations at the foun
tain of immigrants, Ellis Island.
. Death Accidental;
Honolulu, August 17. S.sS. Mi
kabala brought details'ycsterday of
the death of Lane Webster on Molo
kai on Friday. Death was acciden
tal. Accompanied by the Oilman bro
thers, Lionel Steiner and. Geuoves,
Webster was out shooting.
Atherton Oilman's gun Avas dis
charged accidentally as his feet went
from under him on a slippery trail,
Webster receiving the shot in his
Atherton Oilman galloped nine
miles for a doctor who arrived at the
J. F. Brown ranch house about 9 P.
M. as Webster was sinking.
The remains arrived yesterday in
the Mikahala and services were held
yesterday afternoon at Central Union
Punabou College classmates boing"
the pallbearers. The casket was
deposited among llowers by Harry
Lucas, president of the '09 class,
Richard Catton, James Winne, Hu
ron Ashford, Guy Rothwcll, Charles
Davis, Fred Withington apd Theo
dore Cooke. The services were con
ducted by Rev. 1). D. Scudder, and
a choir, conducted by, Stanley Liv
ingston, rendered "Nearer, MyGqd
to Thee." The casket was deposit
ed in a vault in Nuuanu ceinotonO
11 1 1 o Beaten.
. It is not generally known that the
nisiness of Kabului harbor greatly
exceeds that of 1 lilo harbor, yet such
has been proven the ease in the re
ports of tho Pilots and Harbormas
ters from those places.
Captain Parker of Kabului, Maui,
lias sent his. aiinuaT report to Super
intendent of Public Works Marston
Campbell, and it shows that hi
steamers, with a total tonnage of
21l,0;52.tons, have arrived and de
parted from that anchorage during
the past year ending June 150. Nino
sailing vessels, with a tonnage of
11, 7515 tons, have been entered at
Kabului. .The total earnings of the
harbor for the year was 8:5,891.20.
Tbex report of John Fitzgerald,
pilot and harbormaster for llilo,
shows that !53 steamers and an equal
number of sailing vessels entered the
harbor during the past year. The
receipts that came into the hands of
the harbormaster amount to S lSi).S2
and the pilotage fees to 81S15.25.
Try to Murder
'Vienna, July 25. An extraordi
nary occurence is reported from
Kotzman in Bukovina, where sixty
boys at Alio grammar school, dissa
tisfied with the result of. the exami
nations, resolved to take revenge by
lynching the head master, M. Spo-
narowski. Armed with revolvers,
knives and cudgels they attacked the
head master's house, which is in a
lonely spot outside the town. They
burst the door open, smashed the
windows and wrecked the furniture
Fortunately the head master and
his fainily escaped through a window
into the garden and tied.
Five of the ringloadersand several
other boys aged betweed 1-1 and 17,
were arrested by the police, who seiz
ed various wuipons and. revolution
ary pamphlets. Other arrests will
probably follow. The remainder of
the boys who took part will be ib
mised and debarred from all schools
DR, GEO. S. AIKEN
Office nt residency.
Kaiiui.ui, Maui, T. II.
Office Hours: 9 a. 111. to 4 p. 111.
DR. F. A.ST. SURE
PHVSJC1AN AND SURGHON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
10 A. M. to 12 ,M.
1 P.M. to 3 P.M.
7 P. M to 8 P. M.
Dll. J. J. CAREY
Ollce over First National Haul:
U'aihiku, Maui, T. H.
LIGUTFOOT & QUARLES
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Iloxor.ui.u, T. II., AND
Waii.i'iiu, Maui, T.-1I.
J. A. dos Reis
Harness ntl Shoemaker
Has moved his
Aluli Block on
shop from tho
House to' the
All kinds of repair work done with
CONTRACTOR and BUILD E li
Plans and Estimates Furnished.
Small Jobs and Ri-pab Work-iiy Day
Wau.uiv-u, Maui, ,T. IJ.
Anrono nemllng n f ketch nnd decrlptlnn tnnjr
nnlcklr ascertain our opinion frco whether nu
Intention I jirohnhljr pntpntnhlo. Conimuolca.
tlotmtrlctlycontlciontfal. HANDBOOK on I'nlcuta
S'Mit ftw. (Hilct nirenry for enirmir patent.
Talents taken throiieh Jlunn ,V Co. receive
tpcti il no(lc(, without chnrce. In the
A handsomely llluitrateil vce.li-. I irwt nr.
dilation of anv pelen' 'Ho 1 nr'ii I Tonm, f .1 a
vur! four inn.' !-., . H . . II n,WKirnlir
Urnnch Olllce. (S5 V H.. Waililnaton, I. C.
MAUI NO KA 01.
The truth of the abo-c statement
niny tie substantiated by giving
Maui's own product a trial.
in any quantity from a bottle up.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
Notice of Power of Attorney.
Notice is hereby given that, during my
absenee from the Territory of Hawaii, C.
D. I.ufkiu of Wailuku Maui will act as
my Attorney in fact.
Dated this 13th, day of may A. I). 1908
if. W. T. ROI1INSON.
To Mothers of Babies!
Every mother loves to -see
her baby fat and plump.
Put a little TARO FLOUR
in the milk, and you will
be delightfully surprised at
2o cents per tin at tho
. V13TLESEN, Prop
COKE & DAVIS
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. II.
We propose to hold regular auc
tion sales in Wailuku and, sell any
thing of value entrusted to us.
You probably have something of
value you do not need. Send it to us
and will we endeavor to sell to some
one who needs just what you do not
Announcements of date of sales
will be made from time to time. S
Give us a call.
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and at 1'aia and Hamakuapoko oil
UVilnesdays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, EGGS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
A . H . L a n d g 1- a f
I'RoritiKTOU KA LUA KARM.
Telephone No. -359.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Gunrnntces Piist-C!ii8s Woelc of
Wagons call for work and make
SPnClAL RATES FOR FAMILIES.
L. HLANCIIARD, ftlunajier.
- ft, EXPERIENCE
The undersigned will notbe 'respon.
sible for any debts contracted by his wife
without his written .order.
1'aia, Maui, July 24, 190S.
July 25. Aug. 1, 8, 15.