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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1903
1 Ifinla nnh iTVrsiMinlrt
Tlio Queen Lodging house of Wailuku
lms new rooms, new frirniturc, clean
beds, 50 cents per night,
t.f. A. Do Rego, Proprietor.
Itazaar commencing with a sliort musi
cal programme will lie given by the Wo
man's Guild of the Church of the Good
Shepherd on Nov. 14, 190H at Alexander
House. Adults 25 cents, childre cents.
Notice of train later. Doors ojien 7:30
The celebration of the feast of "Our
Lady of the Rosary" at Kuan Church last
Sunday was attended by a large number
of devotes, who came from all points of
Mr. , A. Ivnos celebrated his t enty
fifth birthday on Thursday. In the even
ing he gave a Chinese dinner number
of his friends. It was a well enjoyed
affair every one of the dishes being cook
ed in Chinese fashion.
A serious accident occurred at one of
the jimping stations on the Pioneer Mill
Company at Lahaina on Thursday. A
boiler burst killing one Japanese and
seriously scalding another. The third Jap
An lone Do Rego has rcsignedYisman
ager of the Bisniark Stables Company
James D. Dougherty is still 011 Maui in
the interest of Wichman & Co.
L. L. McKandless and George K, Low
wero in Wailuku this week anil address
ed a crowd on Market street.
hall is completed the 1ml I wny be found
to be one of the best in the territory.
An enthusiastic meeting of the Maui
Home Department of the Sunday Schools
was held at the residence of Mrs. H. 1'.
Ilaldwin last Monday afternoon. There
were visitors present from all the Maui
districts except Lahaina and liana, and
excellent reixrts were given of the pro
gress of the work. The enrollment 19
now close to two hundred names. The
Inter national lessons prepared by the
International Committee of the Sunday
Schools of the world are being used.
Quarterly reports of the lessons studied
and the collections made are given to
Mrs. II. 1'. Ilaldwin every tjuarier.
Much work on the grading of the court
house grounds has been done this week.
George T. Kluegel of the firm of T. H.
Davies and Company is on Maui this
Manager L. Harkhauseu of the Pioneer
Mill Company was in Wailuku Thursday:
He was accompanied' by r. K. Kruse,
the manager of the Lahaina store.
A representative body of members of
the Church of the Good Shephered from
Wailuku and surrounding districts met
at the church Thursday vening to dis
cuss the kind of material to be used in
the erection of the new church building.
After a prolonged discussion it was de
cided to advise the erection of a wooden
The Women's Aid Society of the Union
Church will meet with Mrs. R. B.
Dodge, on Tuesday, October 13th. A
full attendance is desired.
Attorney William T . Rawlins came up
from the metropolis Tuesday evening.
PLATFORM of the Repub
lican Party County of
Maui, Adopted at Wailu-
t ku, Maui, on the 25th
, day of September, 1908.
The Republican Party of
('utility f Maui in convention as
sembled, hereby rciillirnis its al
legiance to the principles ami tradi
tions of the Republican Party of the
We commend the work of our
I'gislators in the past, and pledge
our candidates for legislative honors
to work for a just division of the
available funds of the Territory for
We imint with pride to the aide
and ellicient administration of our
County mid District a flairs by the
Republican ollicers. We believe the
affairs of this County have lecn
more ably administered, than have
the ail'airs of any County of the
Territory, where ollicers of other
political partit s have been in con
trol. We htartily endorse the platform
adopted by the Territorial Conven
tion in Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
on the 1 lib day of S-pteinb. r 1H).S,
and pledge cur Legislators to sup
Mirt the measuies tin rein n com
mended. We especially emphasize our en
dorsement of the following planks
in the Republican Territorial Plat
form: That which denounces the pro
position that this Territory should
be governed by a commission.
That plank which advocates
changes in our land laws, whereby
"lxna fide" homesteaders may ac
quire homes under more favorable
conditions; may more readily ac
quire homes, unci sicculatnrs shall
be prevented from acquiring more
That which declares in favor of a
divided advance in the methods of
dealing with leprosy, with a view to
hastening eradication of this dis
case, and ameliorating the hard
ships of patients, their relatives and
Those planks tlmt advocate i
pension for Queen Liliuokalani, in
creased pay of our Legislators, that
the sea fisheries should lie open am
free to all icople, and strongly ad
vocatcs improvement of our public
We believe the militia is a most
useful organization, and . pledge
lilxTal support for the same.
We believe in rendering nil ait
possible to diversified agriculture
ami horticulture, ami phtlge our
Legislators to work for the cstah
lishiiiciit of a Sub-Kxpi rimt ii
station in Kula, for the assistant-!
of those engaged in these lines of in
We believe the conditions exist
ing in the Kula District, during the
past year, are such as to impcr
tivcly demand assistance, and we
pledge our Legislators to work for
an appropriation for the purpose of
supplying water to the residents of
We strongly advocate the enact
ment of a County bonding law,
whereby our Itclt-roads may be built
with the proceeds of the sale of
bonds, ami we also advocate that
our other roads may be extended
and improved with local available
We believe tlmt as Deputy Sheriffs
arc under the control of the ShcrilT,
who is their superior olliccr, they
should b in harmony with the
Sheriff. We therefore advocate that
the Deputy Sheriffs be appointetl by
the Sheriff, by and with the con
sent of the Hoard of Supervisors, and
not eleetetl as at present, provided,
however that tlu Deputy Sheriff of
each District shall have been a re
sident for at least one year in tin
District for which he is appointed
before such apoiiit mint shall be
We advocate a change in the sys
tem of paying off day laliorevs in the
mploy of the. County, so that theyj
hall n et ive their wages twice each
month, instead of once, as at pre"
We strongly advocate more sys
tematic efforts for protecting our
forests," ami that appropriations be
made for reforesting portions of our
foivst lands that have been denuded.
We pledge our candidates, if elect -d,
to administer their various of
fices as economically as possible,
consistent with the requirements of
the same, in order to make available
for road building ami repairs,' the
greatest amount of funds jxissible.
We believe the extension of our road
system, ami the upkeep of the same,
one of the most important problems
for the gootl of the County, as the
entire community is benefited by
better roads, while our laborers art
thereby assured steady it inploynient
at a gootl wage.
Pontic Recommends Aid for
The October meeting of the Coun
ty Hoard of Supervisors was held
Wednesday of this week with nil of
the members present except T. T.
The minutes of the last meeting
were rend nnd approved.
Under the head of communica
tions a letter from the Standard Oil
people of Honolulu was read ask
ing for the return of oil drums
claimed by the oil people to he still
Chairman Heniiing stated that
there were but few if any drums
in the possession of the county of
ficials belonging t the oil people
us the bills had been rendered for
the drums and that they had been
paid for and are therefore the pro
perty of the county ami not the oil
people. It was finally decided to
leave the matter in tl e hand? of the
road overseers. .
A communication was received
from the Registrar of Conveyancess
to the effect that the hill of sale
anil the lease to the countv of the
Kaahumanu park had been enter
ed of record.
In reply to a communication
from the Board asking 'that the
proceeds of the sale of lands he
used for the construction of roads
to the homesteads sold, the Com
missioner of public I a mis wrote
tuat when the money came in for
the sale of land that a part of the
proceeds could be used for the con
struction of such roads but that as
the hinds in question were sold on
a twenty one year lease it was im
possible to collect the money Tor
the lands until the owners wished
to pay for them ami that it might
take ninny years in coded the
The Hoard has received a new
adding inaehineof the Burrows type
and the old one is to lie sent down
by the next steamer.
A communication was received
from the Kahului Railroad Com
pany asking for the payment of
their hill far lumber and material
for the construction id' a pound and
dog corrall at the sea port town.
Action on '.lie same was deferred.
Public Work 1) pnitniel t to place
a proposition in concrete form be
fore the Legislature and have the
same acted on sooner ami with
more intelligence than without
Mr. Campbell assured me that
there were absolutely no funds in
his department for making such
survey before the meeting of the
1 would suggest that this matter
be referred To the County Engineer
ami that he he requested to report
on the cost of such survey before
the adjournment of'ibe Hoard this
FEXCINti MALIKO- KUAU
Posts have been purchased for
this work ami start made.
I am not prepar tl at present to
report on this petition. 1 have,
however, interviewed either direct
ly or by telephone probably one
third of the signers ami without an
exception they have informed me
that they signed the petitions un
der a misunderstanding and that
they desiretl their names not con
sidered in connection with the
petitions. A further and final re
port on these petitions will be
made at the next regular meeting
of the Board.
Supervisor, District of Makawao.
In considering the report of
Supervisor Pogue County Engineer
Hugh Howell was called in anil re
ported that it would cost probably
$1,000 to make a survey of the pro
posed line for water for the relief
of the people.
Sealed Tenders will lie received lv the
Hoard of Supervisors of the County of
Maui up to 2 o'clock P. M. on Wednes
day Oct. 2i. iqoS, and then opened, for
the construction of Portico, Steps, In
terior Fittings etc., ete., of the Wailuku
Plans and specifications can lie obtain
ed of the uiulersignetl at his olliee in
Wailuku on ami alter Wednesday Oct.
1-1, luoN, upon making a deposit ol 5.00,
which deposit will lie refunded upon
Tenders must lie inaile" upon the blanks
furnished for the purpose, anil lU'Cuiu
panicd by a certified check in the sum of
.50.00, made payable to the order of
William Helming, Chairman of the Hoard
of Supervisors, ami enclosed in the enve-
1 it ..1 I
lope furnished with said forms.
1 he Hoard reserves the right to reject
any and till bids.
Hy order of the lioard of Supervisors ol
I he question relative to the place ; the County ol Mam, i'. tl
of vo.iug for the residents of Kilu i
was taken up. The County Clerk
slated Hint he had made a trip to the
mcliopolis for the purpose of lii-
tiii viewing the Govei i,or on ibis
ubjeel ami that ttie Governor had
promised to have the boundary of
Sale and Dance
at Wailuku Armory.
The Catholic Ladies Aid Society will
hold a sale of fancy articles ami a dance
at the Armory on Saturday evening
An admission of twenty-five cents will
be charged to dancers. Ice cream, lemo
nade and other delicious refreshments in
abundance will be served.
There will undoubtedly be present a
large number of people as the cause is a
Do not throw away your
old hooks. Send them to
the Maui Publishing Co.
Printers and Book-binders
No I I.
.Developing and Printing'
Ihinc liy men viin niv I hiirotijjily px'I
ionriMl in the lito,":i';idiR' Inisiticss.
This is no siit'-liiic with us it is pint ol' our
PYPl'V-tl;! v lmsiiM'ss.
Your ortlcr will iccrivr tin1 smiiio id tout ion
;is our own work.
All niiiil itiul Isliiinl
onl is will receive our
11, W . P E R K I 2 S
fStinlro on llotrl Street ne;ir Fort. Honolulu.
Best quality for the money
That's what you can depend on when you deal with
us. Our departments are always well stocked with
the best and freshest of goods. We mean just what
we say. Call at our store and be convinced that you
can save time and money by dealing with us.
The Lahaina Stoke
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
tioes the Doctor prescribe I'UIMO liKKll to restore the vital
ity of the patient, instead of Malt Tonic?
liecause it is more easily assiinuhited bv a weak digestive
system; often it i- the only form' of nourishment that the pa
tient can retain.
Some people class lieer as a spirituous ; i j nor. IMtlMO
HKKU contains only 'lt of alcohol.
It is the Malt H. 11 ley and llor that are a food :i,ml tonic
for sick and well.
1 Uv IN ..l Or- Alu 1 (l
The attention of owners ol Motor Car
within the County of Maui is particularly
the new precinct defined but that called to Ordinance No. 7 ol ttie Coiiny
up to the .present no such procla
uiation has been made.
The clerk was instructed to semi
a letter to the Governor in Hono
lulu ami a wireless to hi.n on Hawaii.
Supervisor I'ogue made the fol
Wailuku, Maui, T. II., Oct. 7, 15HM
To The Honorable.
The Board of Supervisors,
of The County of Maui, T. II.
In the matter of the items left
to nie at the September meeting of
your Honorable Hoard I would re
port as follows:
The prickly pear has been cut
off to a suflicient extent for the
County Engineer to lay out the
road for same to be made passable
water Foil rnorosKi) kui.a
A start has been made in this
matter, H000 feet of trail having
been cut and a Hag placed at the
location of the water found by Mr.
Kluegel. In conversation with
Mr. Campbell, the Superintendent
of Public Works, it was suggested
that the County survey the route
for the pipe line from the water
source to the edge of the forest,
thus giving our representatives in
the coming Legislature better esti
mates and an opportunity to the
of Maui entitled: "An Ordinance relating
to the Registration, Identification, l"se
and Operation of Motor Cars, anil the
Examination and (Jualilicaliou of Chau
ffeurs;" and more particularly to Section
12 of said Ordinance, wordetl as follows:
"Section 12. I'jion .approaching a
person standing or travelling upon a
public highway, or upon approaching
any horse or horses or other draft animal
or animals whatsoever, whether heing
led, ridden, or driven, or when approach
ing a road crossing, a sharp curve, a steep
descent, or when turning a street corner,
or when traversing any suck road cross
ing, sharp curve, or sleep descent, the
chauffeur operating a motor car shall give
reasonable anil timely warning of the
approach of such car by the Mowing of a
whistle, the ringing of a bell, or other
ecpially ellective alarm, when within not
less than loo nor more than 200 feet from
such person, animal or point, the chau-'
ffeur using every reasou.iule precaution
within his power to insure the safety of
persons, animals and property."
This Ordinance shall be strictly enforced.
ilifhed ,1 reputation wherever one of our stores
is located for hiicli clas-; quality cigar-! and tob-iceo. Our linn has
collie lo be kllowtl ;l the
HOUSE OF STAPLES
:'"d Wl hilVl in I II V. r.V l.ll' fill 1 kel p till iU.d'.l.Vof ;lll our goods Up
to that high standard.
Some of the lu st knoiMi cigars we carry are:
Robert Burns, Little Bobbies,
Van Dyck, General Arthur,
M. A. Gunst & Co.
The Lahaina National Bank
V. K. SAl-l'KkV,
Sherill, County of Maui.
A number of ycura with Dr. K. II. Dincilur
Chas. M. Cooke, l'res.
W. I,. Hecoto, 2nd Vii e l'res.
Ci 1. I.ufkin, Cashier
Win. Helming, Vicc-l'rcs.
R. A. Wadswortll, Director
A. AalUrg, Auditni
Accounts of Individuals," Corporations and
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Foreign Itxcluingc Issucil on All Fiirts of the World.
(iCNKIJAL INSIiArNCli AGENCY.
Safely Deposit Boxes for Rent at Reasonable Rates.