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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1909
THE MAUI NEWS
ntereil nt the Post Office nt Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, :is second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday.
Maui Publishing Company. Limited.
Proprietors n n rl Publishers
SrrwirTloN Hates, in Apvanck !f2."() per Year, l."0 Six Mouths'
tliiRh V. Coke,
IJdltor nnd V n ti n r
a iMt i l 21, nm
Kula Pipe .From tho wireless message received by us it seems
Line. assured that tho people of Kula will pet their water
supply that they have sought no Ions and so earnestly. This line
if built on the present plans will make possible tin further do
veloptnent of one of tho most suitable districts for home building
that is in tho territory.
There are many acres of exponent land there that could to pro
fitably cultivated if there was even viioiigh water for domestic
There was probably not a single thing of more moment to any
part of Maui than was this measure to Kula that our members
have gotten through. 1
Now that the measure lias passed tho next thing is to see that
the work is done as soon as possible after the beginning of the
bi-ennial period. With the present, incumbent, in tint Stiperinten
dents chair it is safe to say that the work will be pushed with a'l
possible dispatch. The deserted homes may again be inhabited
and the voices of happy children may take the place of solitude
(Continued from pae I.)
Om.'iopto road w;is read and action
Hi the same was def'-nvd to 51 a. in.
Communication No. H)S of Then.
II. Davie iV Co- in re hose was read
and action on the same was deferr
ed to t) a . in. tomorrow.
Communication No. 10!l of II.
llackfeld Ar Co. in re lantern globes
was read and the same was ordered
placed on file. The Clerk stated
that he had given instructions to
have globes ordered from the coast.
Communication No. 110 of the
Clark Farm Co. was read and the
same was deferred to 1 :10 p. m. to-
Communication No. !i" was taken
up for consideration. Mr. llaia
moved that this matter be referred
to the Supervisor and lload Over
seer, Lahaina District to 1e report
ed upon at the next meeting of the
Hoard. Seconded by Mr. Lyons and
Vineyard Street matter was taken
up. An action ta Ken
Communication Nos. 0!) and 10
taken up for consideration. Mr
Lvims moved that the offer of the
lhissel (irader Co. Ik1 accepted and
that the Chairman is hereby author
ized to sign a contract on behalf of
the County; that Alexander iV Ilahl-
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.... ... . , . Minn In, llfilllljill ill l IV MI'lltlll Ik
morrow. I he v liairmau staled that "
the agent is here and the Clerk
Notice is Inn ly given that I will not
lie responsible (or any debts contracted
by my wile, Annie Kanhimahu, except on
a written onler (mm me
JIOSKS KAt lllMAltr.
Notice of fowep ol Attorney.
Notice is liereliy given that, during my
nltsence mtn the Territory of Hawaii,
hni Hour of Wailuku, County of Maui,
will net as my Attorney in fart.
Y. 11' N TKUNO.
March 27, June 26.
For Two Weeks Only.
The Graft The charge of graft was recently made against cer
Chargcs. tain members of the House of representatives by the
Evening Bulletin and the same havo been investigated and the
members have voted to exhonerate themselves.
From the evidence presented it seems clear thai, some of the
members acted most unwisely to say the least.
If there is to be any translating paid for the pay should goto the
one who did the work provided he is legally entitled to it. but we
cannot by any process of reasoning justify the incurring of a
charge against the expense fund for work done by a member of
the legislature and the fact that some 0110 other than the one who
did the work gets the pay 11akes the act look all tho more ques
tionable. From the evidence produced it would seem that, if the
one making the charges had gone more deeply into the case before
the charce was made n much better case might have been made
The chame that there was craft in the use of automobiles for
the members in making an oflicial visit to the Naval ships of a
friendly foreign power seems to us to ho absurd. Any self, re
specting citizen would naturally feel ashamed of his country if its
representatives were to tramp down the streets in making an
oflicial visit. When the representatives of the territory were on
an oflicial visit they represented this territory and it was right and
tn-ouor that thev should travel in a manner 111 keeping with the
dignity of the government.
Wo think the Speaker did perfectly right 111 ordering the auto
mobiles for tho occasion and that the charge was a proper one
against the expense fund.
While we are ready at any time to condemn any dishonesty en
graft by any oflicial vve arc not willing t adversely criticise any
There is nothing to be gained by the average man who coos to
the legislature. Nearly every member who goes to tho legislat ure
by the Tioard and for them to noti
fy the lhisscl (iratler Co. that tin
Hoard accepts their offer on the ma
chines already ordered by Alexander
,v Haldwin. Seconded by Mr. Ka-
tihi ami carried. . Communication
Communication No. 107 of the
Maui Agricultural Co. in re Omao-
- , .1 . . f ! 1 -
pio road was taKcn up ior cinisiticr-
ition. Mr. Lyons moved that the
change he allowed temporarily. Se
conded bv Mr. llaia and Carried.
Communication ordered placed on
file. Clerk instructed to notify Maui
Ueport N. 51 of K. Wit rock I load
Overseer liana was read and the
same was ordered placed on file.
Hi port No. 55 of (!eo. droves
lload Overseer Makawao was read
mil the same ordered placed on fill
Report No. 57 of W. F. 1'oguc,
Supervisor Makawao District was
Mr. llaia moved that the. County
Attorney be instructed to draft n
f lease for the stable lot at Makawao
with the llaleakala llancli t o. am
the Chairman be herewith authorized
to sign the same on behalf of the
County. Seconded by Mr. kauhi
nnd carried. Report ordered placed
HOl'.SK 1'AINTIXr, AND l'At'KIilNC.
Carriage V n i n t i n g
instructed to notify him to Ik
at 1 :-".0 p. in. tomorrow.
Communication No. Ill of K. II.
Hart, Clerk 2nd Circuit Court in re
recommendations ot the ttrand jury
was read and action on the same
was deferred to :!i0 p. in. tomor
Communication No. 112 of II. R
Hitchcock notifying the Clerk that
the t oiitract has heen signed, was
read and the same was ordered plat
cd on inc. Air. naia moved inai
the deposit of 50.00 of Mr. Hitch
cock He returned to mm. Seconded
by Mr. Kauhi and carried.
Communication No. 113 of the
(iem 1 heat re inviting the Hoard to.
a moving picture show tonight was
read and action on the same was do
Communication No. 115 of R. H
Dincgar tendering his resignation
Special Police Oflieer and Examiner
of Chauffeurs was read. Mr. Lyons
moued that the resignation of Dr.
R. II Dincgar as Examiner
Chauffeurs be accepted. Seconded
by Mr. llaia and carried. Commit
nication ordered placed on file. The
Clerk instructed to notity nr. inne-
gar that his resignation has been
Reports of Road Overseers d
fcrred to !) a. in. tomorrow. The
reports deferred are Nos. 51, 55, 5C,
57, 58 and 4 of t'.ie Road Clerk
Reports No. -17 of the Auditor, IS
of the Treasurer, 4!) of the Fish In
spector Lnhaina, 50 of the Sanitary
Inspector Makawao, 51 of tne Sani
tary Inspector Wailuku,. 5!) of the
Deputy Sheriff, CO Deputy Sheriff
Molokai, (il of the Deputy Sheriff I Tir- Vulcanizing. Ante Repairing
,1 1 persons having claims against the
Hismnrk Stables Company Ltd., up to
'ehruary 1 1 til 191 9, are hereby requested
to present said claims to the undersigned
or to 1). H. Case at W'ailuku, Maui, with
in Twentv davs from this dale.
Dated at W'ailuku. Maui, March 15th
W. T. ROBINSON.
Report No. 5C of F. Somnierfeld
Road Overseer Wailuku was read.
Mr. Lyons moved to allow Wai
luku District only 2,:.()0 for the
month of April. Seconded by Mr
Kauhi and carried.
(Continued on page 5.)
comes back a poorer man than when ho went. To add to his
of bitterness is not the work of a newspaper that, believes in
practice as well as the theory of far play.
At the Church of the Good
On Thursday morning of this
week (22nd) a very pretty wedd
ing took place at the Church of
the Good Shepherd. The bride nee
Miss Hasselle, headnurse of Paia
Hospital, looked very charming in
cream vorle over satin. While the
bridesmaid wore pink.
The groom Mr. W. A. Foster of
the Maui Agriculture Co. was sup
ported by Mr. Collins.
Promptly at 10 o'clock the bride
entered the church to tho strain of
the Wedding March which was
beautifully played by Mrs. Harry
Baldwin. After the solemn yet
beautiful service was over. The
wedding party proceeded to the
Rectory, where refreshments were
served and the happy couple receiv
ed many and heartfelt congratula
tions. About 11 o'clock the groom
and bride started for Olinda where
they will spend their honeymoon.
Among those present were Mr.
and Mrs. II. P. Baldwin; Mr. and
Mrs. II. A. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. S.
Williams, Mrs. F. A. Alexander,
Mrs. Loveland, Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Lindsay, Miss Lindsay, Mr. Low
thian Williams, Dr. and Mrs. Me
Conkey and Miss Johnson.
be Built by
Bishop Restarick arrived at La
haina on Tuesday evening with
Deaconess Potter of Honolulu and
Miss Emery, secretary of the
Woman's. Auxiliary. On Wednes
day evening a reception was given
to Bishop Restarick at the Parish
Hall. On Thursday morning the
party went over to Wailuku.
Elder W. J. Flowers of Laie has
been appointed presiding elder of
Maui, lie will he nisisted by two
other Mormons. Elder Hyde has
gone to Kohala to work there
among the faithful for a year.
Mr. Conway of Thco. Davie
spent most of lust week in Lanai
Mr. Axtel who deals in steel
fences. left Lahaina on Saturday
A joint stock company has been
formed to get a market for Lahai
na. The supervisors of Maui met
the company on Saturday evening
and everything was satisfactorily!
arranged for the company to go
ahead with their plans
Makawao and 02 of the Deputy
Sheriff Lahaina were all submitted
and the same were ordered placed
At o::)0 p. in. Claim demand
were taken up for examination.
Mr, Kauhi presented Resolutions
Nos. 1152-172 inclusive-thereby ap
proving salary, payroll, material
and supply demands and moved tin
adoption of the same. Scconed. by
Mr. I laia and carried;
Communication No. 11.5 taken up
for consideration. Mr. Lyons min
ed to accept the invitation. Sec
onded by Mr. llaia and carried
t . ... I,,,
communication ordered placed on
Mr. I Iain moved to-adjourn. Sec
onded py Mr. Lyons ami carried.
Adjourned at 5:50 p. w,
Wailuku, April 8th, 1110!)
the Hoard ot Mipervisors was
called to order at t) a- in. Chairman
W. F. Pogue presiding.
Roll call. Present: W. F. Pogue,
T. B. Lyons, W. P, Haia and Geo.
Kauhi. Absent: T. T. Meyer ex
.Minutes of the previous meeting
were read and the same were order
ed approved as read.
Communication No. 115 of J. W.
Kalua in re closing of ditch on Main
street was read -and action on the
same was deferred.
Petition No. 19 of YV. I. Wells et
al in re construction of a bridge at
Awalau, Makawao District was read
and action on the same deferred un
RciM'i t No. (" of Deputy Sheriff
liana submitted and ordered filed.
Report No. (lit of the County At
torney and (17 of County Engineer
were submitted. Motion on No. (7
deferred to be taken up with road
matters. Reptrt No. (Hi of the
County Attorney deferred teinjiora-rily.
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Regular meetings will lc held at the
Knights of Pythias Hull, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members ore cordially in
vited to attend.
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WAILUKU PAIA DIVISION KAIIULUI PUUNKNE DIVISION.
STATIONS A' J0"' I M" I'as. Wf STlT
Pas. F'l I'as. OJ1jy PAH. Pas
Kahului Leave 7.00 2.00 P. M. Kahului Leave 6.20 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 2.12 Puunene Arrive G.35 1.-15
Wailuku Leave 7.20 2.20 4.15 ' Puunene ' Lpave fi.40 1.40
Kahului Arrive 7.:t5 2.35 4.;( Kahului Arrive fi.55 1.55
Kahului Leave 7.40 11.40 2.40 4.35 5.10 Kahului Leave 8.10 3 10
Sp'ville "Arrive 7.52 .U5 2.52 4.47 5.22 Puunene Arrive 8.25 3.25
Sp'vi'.le Leave 7.55 10.15 2.55 4 50 5.25 Puunene Leave 8.30 3.30
Paia Arrive 8.10 10.35 3.10 5.00 5. Kahului Arrive 8.45 3 45
Paia Leave 8.20 10.50 3.20 5.05 5 45 Kahului Leave O.45
Sp'ville Arrive 8.35 3.35 , Puunene Arrive 10. (10
Sp'ville Leave 8.40 3.40 Puunene Leave 10.30
Kahului Arrive 8.52 11.30 3.52 5.30. ' 05 Kahului Arrive 10.45
Kaliulat 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
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