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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1909
U R I X Y
should bo the first requirement in nil foods. Pre
serves, jellies, relishes, sweetmeats, etc. arc often
put up w-ith'vrtifieinllllavorings, coloring, or preser
vatives. There's no ' need to. tell an intelligent
house-wife that these are harmful dangerous, in
are absolutely pure. That is a fact that is known
and recognized the world over. And that is (he main
reason why they taste the best. Nothing is ever
sold under a'HEINZ label
that is "off color" in
Ask FOR HEINZ
I Just Enough 1
.Many people need nourishment and Stout is recom
mended by very prominent physicians. For this parti
cular trade we have imported it in half-pints, just
enough and no more. No waste. We have also just
received a consignment of Lexington Club
Whiskey in bulk and in bottles. There is none
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
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Seeing is Believing;.
Wo havo in exhibition in our show room a choice
selection of nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for tho Bathtub,
French Pinto Glnss Mirrors.
Soap Dishes for the Wall,
Soapjund Sponsro Holders,
Towel Bars in various sizes,
x Towel Racks, 2-3 nnd 4 fold,
Comb nnd Brush Trays,
' . Tooth and Brush Holders,
Robe Hooks, otc, etc.
To roalizo their beauty and usefulness they
must bo soon and used. Taken as a wholo theso
fittings aro tho most artistic, practical, oasily cleaned
and thoroforo tho MOST SANITARY.
Our pricos bring thorn within tho roach of all.
Wo invito your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.'S
iyiasonic Temple, : : KAHULUI.
Minutes of Regular Monthly
Session of Board.
(Continued from Inst issue.)
Lanai roads to get $000.00
Hnna district has 82 miles of
roads, and tho available fund esti
mated at Fay 4,420.00 to J nun 30.
The Koolati Ditch Company pays
two-thirds of, tho wholo taxes paid
in tho liana district and desire to
. . ,
see their tuxes spent ior goon
roads. This district has also tho
tho disadvantage of being tho rain
iest and most cut up with gulches
nnd havo more bridges than any
Molokai District. There aro
about 44 miles -of roads, and the
not available funds estimated at.
$1,030.00 to June 30.
The l oads are in a fair shape
and can bo easily maintained, for
the above amount.
Bolt Bond for liana. Assistant
County Engineer Foss has run two
lines between Nailiililiaele and Pu
naltiu, one of which will be decid
ed on later.
Belt Road Molokai. County En
ginccrs Howell hag laid out the
proposed improvement at Kawela,
and at Ilonouliwai, and parapet
wall along Halawa valley
Averauc monthlv allowance for
each district would be:
Claim demands wore again taken
up for examination.
Mr. Meyer presented Bcsolu
Hons Nos. 22 -GG inclusive, there
by approving salary, payroll and
material nnd supply demand:
Claims allowed for payment
from Gcncrnl funds.
Salaries officers anil
clerks $ 1.870.7G
Police Pay Roll 1,740 3G
Sanitary Inspectors 11)5.00
Town Clock Wailuku 5.00
Supervisors Incidentals 57.30
Incidentals Auditor 22 5)5
County Clerk 11.20
County Attorney 92.10
County Engineer 15G.42
Bond County Ollicers
Furniture Ollico Supplies
Town Ball Wailuku
Expense Medical Service
Support of Prisoners
Kula Pipu Line
Bolt Bond liana
" " Molokai
Gcnernl expense per
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and at I'aia and Hamakuapoko on
Wednesdays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, EGOS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PICS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
A. H. Landgraf
I'Rornir.TOK KA MJA FARM.
Telephone No. 359.
Fine Job Printing nt
Maui Publishing Co.
Mahkgt Sth Wailuku
ANTONE B0RBA, Prop.
Full lino of popular brands ot
Celebrated Primo & Setlie
ottled 13 e 3 r
25c 2 Glasses 25c
The County Engineer and all
Bond Overseers should present the
hoard every month an estimate of
expenses for tho following month.
If this is done the board will bo
belter able to control expenditures
of tho road department as a whole
The reports of the SnnUnry nnd
Hack Inspector Lahaina, Fish and
Food Inspector Lahaina, Sanitary
Inspector W. F. McConkcy of Ma
kawao, Sanitary Inspector Hnna,
Deputy Sheriffs Wailuku, Laha
ina. Makawao, Hana and Molokai
were ordered placed on file.
Sanitary Inspector McConkey
reported that ho still carried on the
fumigation of all houses which arc
possibly a source of infection
ant nconle to understand tho
danger of contamination. Many
replied: "That's God province
"If Ho chooses 'to send us disease
you no can help!" This ho consi
de-red to ho tho most serious ob
Bcport No. 12 of W. F. Poguoin
ro claim K. B. It. Co. was read and
the saino was ordered placed on
Communication No. 50 of J.
Kalua, applying for tho position of
Boad Overseer, Wailuku, was rend
nnd notion on the samo wns de
ferred. At 4:30 P. M. clnim de
jinands were taken up foroxnminn
Tho Chnirmnn explained the
renson for his request to the Audi
tor to hnvo letters contnining wnr
rants registered. Mr. Lyons mov
ed that the action of the Chairman
in requesting tho Auditor to regis
ter communication containing war
runts bo npproved. Seconded by
Mr. Moyer nnd enrried.
At 5:10 p. in., Mr. Hnin moved
to tnko n recess to 7:30 p. m. Sec
onded by Mr. Knuhi nnd enrried.
Tho Board was called to order nt
7:30 .p. in., Chairman W. F. Poguo
From Boad 'J ax Special funds.
Mr. Meyer moved the
of the same. Seconded
Ilnia and carried. '
Tho resolutions adopted
Communication No. 51 of W. E.
Saffrey, Sheriff, in re repairs to
Kahului Jail building was read
and action wns deferred until the
Sheriff shnll havo arrived
Petition No. 7 of Jos. Uahinui
et al requesting the appointment
of W. Lnunamauna road overseer
Mololcai wns read and action on
tho same wns deferred until taken
up with the appointments of Boad
Petition No. 8 of Jos. Makalei
et al requesting the Board to con
tinuo Mr. T. T. Meyer Boad Over
seer Molokai was read and action
on the same was deferred until
taken up with nppointment of
Petition No. 9 of J. K. Kauhola
et nl requesting tho Bonrd to np
point J. H. Mnhoo as Bond Over
Beer Molokai was read and notion
on the same wns deferred until
tnken up with tho nppointment of
Tho bhenti being present, com
municntum No. 51 wns tnken up
for consideration. Mr. Hain mov
ed to refer this matter to Mi-
Lyons. Seconded by Mr. Meyer
Petition No. 10 of Wm. Soarby
et al nnd No. 11 C. D. Lufkin et n
12 nnd 13 requesting tho Board to
macadamize road from Kahului to
Puunene was read nnd the snmo
was deferred to be taken tip wit
the County Fneineer's report on
Petition No. 14 of A. N. Kepoi
km et nl requesting tho appoint'
ment of Dr. Wtddick Inspector
Wniluku was rend nnd nction on
tho snme wns deferred. Petition
No. 5 of J. N. S. Williams et nlon
tho snmo subject wns presented
nnd snmo action on it ns in No.
Mr. Haia moved to adjoun to 10
a. m. tomorrow. Seconded by Mr
Moyer and carried.
Adjourned at 9 p. in.
Wailuku, Feb. 11, 1909
The. Board was called to order
nt 10:10 a. in., Chairman W
Pogue presidinn. Boll call. Pre
sent: W. F. Pogue, W. P. Hnin
and Geo. Knuhi. Absont: T. B
Lyons and T. T. Moyer, both of
whom ciiuio in Inter. Minutes of
tho provious meeting read. Tho
chairman directed that the word
lino in line 24 page 1 of typewrit
ten minutes. Mr. Haia moved to
approve tho minutes as amended.
Seconded by Mr Knuhi and car
Petition No. 10 of Jas. L. Coko
ct nl to change the lino of ditch on
High Strcot wns rend. The samo
was referred to the County En
gineer to be reported upon at this
meeting of tho Board.
Claim demands were again tak
en up for examination. Iho Chair
man ruled claim demand No. 116
out of order the samo not having
been authorized by any official.
Mr. Haia- presented Besolution
Nos. G7 71 inclusive thereby ap
proving matorinl and supply de-
mnnds and moved tho adoption of
tho samo. Seconded by Mr. Knuhi
and carried. The resolution adopt
ed are as follows: Communication
No. 52 of Jns. L. Coke in ro steno
grapher was read nnd action on
the same was deferred. Tho Clerk
presented his own bond. Mr. Lyons
moved that the bond of the County
Clerk be approved and together
witli his oath of office tie tilled with
the County Treasurer. Seconded
y Mr. Knuhi and ea'rried. De
ferred matters were taken up.
Communication No. 11 takon up
for consideration. After discussion
it was further deferred to be taken
up the first thing after lunch.
Communication No. 12 of C.
Holloway, Executive Officer Board
of Agriculture and Forestry in, re
inspection of plants was taken up
for consideration; Mr. Haia to
whom tho communication was re
lerrcd requested the Chair man to
make a report on the same. The
Chairman reported that he under
stands that there is already an
agent of the Board of Agriculture
itnd Forestry at Kahului and ho.
recommended that Messrs Win.-
Bobb and Dr. Deas be appointed
Inspector of plants for tho ports of
Kaanapali and liana respectively.
Mr. Hnin moved that the report of
the Chairman be adopted and tho
Clerk be instructed to notify tho
Board of Agriculture and. Forestry
of the recommendations of this
Board. Seconded by Mr. Meyer
and carried. Communication or
dered placed on tile. Communica
tion No. 8 taken up for consider
Mr. Haia moved that the com
munication bo referred to Mr.
Lyons. Second by Mr. Meyer and
carried. Communication No. 41
taken up for consideration.
Mr. Haia moved that tho Coun
ty Attorney be instructed to draft
Resolutions creating tho following
offices and defining the duties
thereof, flack and Illumine, Of
ficers. Fibh and Food Inspectors
and Sanitary Inspectors and report
tomorrow. Seconded by Mr. Meyer
nnd carried. The Chair declared
a recess to 2 P. M.
Becess tnken nt 12:25 P. M
The Board was called to order at
2 P. M. Chairman W. F. Poguo
presiding Report No. 13 of the
Committee on Town Hall was read
and action on the same was de
Beport No. 14 of Hugh Howell,
County Engineer, for the month
was read and action on tho same
Communication No. 53 of Mars-
ton Cnmpboll, Superintendent Pub
lie Works in ro data for relocation
of tho. different relocated roads of
Maui County waB read and action
on tho same wns deferred.
Communication JNo. 11 again
taken up for consideration. Mr
Lyons moved that tho proposed
widening of the Wailuku-Wniknpu
road as mapped out by the County
Engineer from the northeast corner
oLthe school lot to the turn of tho
Wniknpu road bo adopted. Second
ed by Mr. Meyer and carried
Mr. Haia moved that the County
Engineer bo instructed to run tho
lino on tho ground and' send a des
fused a monthly nllownnco for
traveling expenses, and aRked tho
Board to tnko some action in tho
matter of tho allowance for the
County Engineer for traveling ex
penses. Mr. Lyons,, moed that
hereafter the County Engineer bo
requested to furnish vouchers for
traveling expenses. (No second)
Mr. Moyer moved that tlic County
Engineer be allowed a lump sum
of $50.00 a month for traveling
expenses. Ca mod-Lyons voting
Mr. Lyons moved that' Mr.
Meyer be allowed $17.00 per meet
ing for traveling expenses, Mr.
Haia $12.00, Mr. Pogue $5.10, Mr.
Knuhi, $3.80. Seconded by Mr.
Moyer nnd carried.
Communication No 39 wns tnken
up. The chair suggested the Sheriff
find out what it would cost to paint
the room first. Filed.
Communication No. 51 about
repairing Kahului Jail was takon
up with report number 15. Both
were read. Mr. Ilnia moved to
approve the report seconded by
Mr Knuhi and carried.
Mr. Meyer moved the clerk be
instructed to request the Sheriff
nnd bounty Attorney to take up
the matter with tho Kahului R. B.
Co. and come to some definite un
derstanding and report to the
meeting. Seconded bv Haia. Mat
Communication No. 40 re Inter-
perters, Mr. Hain moved refer back
to Sheriff nnd County Attorney for
detniled information. Seconded by
Knuhi nnd carried.
Mr. Lyons presented resolution
No. 72 requiring officers to deliver
written order for supplies. Second
ed by Mr. Haia and carried.
Communication No. 40 re filing
aims was takon up. Mr. Hnin
introduced resolution No. '73.
Seconded by Mr. Moyer and car
Report of the County Engineer
No. 16 on petion No. 1C of County
Attorney .1. L Coke wap read and
referred back to the proposers of
Mr. Lyons moved the county to"
furnish crushed rock for this pro
position at cost with 5. . Second
by Mr. Haia and carried.
The Chairman staled that Mr.
Bal.has asked him and ho had
given permission to have road men
tear up and replace the road for
laying Dr. Dincgar's gas pie. Miv
Lyons moved to approve the action
of the chairman. Seconded bv Mr.
Meyer and carried.
Beport No. 7 was tnken up. Mr.
Meyer moved' to .instruct. Boad
Overseer of Mnknwno to proceed
with sanding tho Hamakuapoko
road as recommended Mr. Hnin
moved to defer action on all reports
concerning roads until after tho
appointment of Boad Overseers.
Seconded by Mr. Meyors nnd car-ried.
Beport No. 13 io'Town Hall wns
tnken up, section by section. Sec
tion one passed as rend. Mr. Lyons
moved to nmend by adding the
words "and 5 after word "ser
vice" section 2. Seconded by Kauhi
Section 8 struct out on motion of
Mr. Lyons. Section 5 striken out
and on motion of Mr. Haia the
rules wore adopted as amended.
Communication No. 53 were
tnken up nnd on motion of Mr.
Knuhi referred to the County En
gineer with instructions to comply
Tho clork presented n list of of
ficers who had tnken onth of
ollico. Clerk of the Sheriff not
having taken the oath of office tho
clerk wns directed to norrify him
that no nction of his cnnbe lognl
until ho filed his oath of office.
At G p. in. Mr. Lyons moved, to
adjourn to 9 a.m. tomorrow second
ed bv Mr. Kauhi and enrried.
cription thereof to tint Supcrinton
dent of Public Works. Seconded
by Mr. Lyons and carried.
Tho Chairman called tho
tion of tho Board to
tho County Attorney
ATTORNEY AT LAW
HONOLULU, T. II., AN)
Wailuku, Maui, t. II.
DR. F. A.ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGllON.
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