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SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1909
Board TransactsCounty Busi-i
ness With Dispatch.
(Continued fnnu last i:sue.)
Mr. Meyer moved that the Chair
man of the Hoard, Mr; Lyons and
Mr. Kauhi lie n committee of three
to devise n system of organization
in the County in matters covered hy
the new laws passed hy the last
Legislature wherein the v'ounty has
Ih'cu mndc responsihle. Seconded
hy Mr. llaia and carried.
Mf. Lynns nireil that the Hoard
of Supervisors accompanied hy the
County Engineer visit the site of the
Wailuku St a I iles at X.'M a. m. to
morrow, and Vineyard Street at the
noon hour. Seconded hy Mr. Kau
hi and carried.
TIip Supcnisor of Wailuku was
requested to have holes prepared so
that on Friday afternoon tlih Hoard
may proceed with the planting of
cocoa nus trees.
There hcing no further business
lieforc the Hoard Mr. llaia moved
to adjourn to i) a. m. Seconded by
Mr. Knuhi and curried.
Adjourned at N:4-r) p. m.
, Wailuku, May 13, l'.H)!).
The Hoard of Supervisors of the
County of Maui was called to order
at 0 a. m., Chairman W. F. Rogue
Roll Call. Present: AV. F. Rogue,
T. B. Lyons, W. P. llaia, Ceo.
Kauhi and T. T. Meyer.
Minutes of yesterday's meeting
were read, and the same were or
dered approved as read.
The Chairman stated that at the
request of the Supervisor from Wni
luku the Clerk had been instructed
to request Mr Renhallow to lie pre
sent some time this morning.
Mr- Lyons moved to approve the
action of the Chairman. Seconded
-by Mr. Kauhi and carried.
.Communication No. 1"2 of C. I).
Lufkin, requesting that the lionds
of J. II. Wilson on Kanmle Hill
contract be cancelled was read.
Mr. Lyons moved that the bonds
to lie cancelled and that the Clerk
lie instructed to notify Mr. Lufkin
of this action of the Hoard. Second
ed by Mr. Meyer and carried. The
communication was ordered placed
Report No. ill) of W. F. MeCon-
kcy Sanitary Inspector Makawao
District was read and the same was
ordered placed on file.
Report No. 100 of E. F. Dinert,
Examiner of Chauffeurs was read
and the same was ordered placed on
Claim demands were again taken
up for examination.
Mr. Ilaia moved to pass claim
demand No. 020 nt 100.00. Second
t'J by Mr. Kauhi and carried.
Mr. Ilaia presented Resolutions
No. 177 to No. 213 inclusive there
by approving salary, payroll and
material and supply demands and
moved the adoption of the same
Seconded by Mr. Kauhi and carried
At T2:30 p. m. tin1 Chairman or
dered a recess to 1 :30 p. m.
Recess taken during which tinn
the Hoard visited Vineyard street.
The Hoard of Supervisors was
called to order at 1 :4" p. m. chair
man W. F. Rogue presiding.
There licing no objection, the
Chairman ordered all coniimmiea
tions and reports set for 1) a. in. to
day further deferred to 7:30 p. m
Communication No. 132 was taken
up for consideration.
At i p. in., tenders tor tlie eon
struct ion of the Molokai Tclephont
Line were opened with the following
Maui Telephone Co. pi r E- R
Carley .I"7.M) work to be complet
tsl on or alMiut August 31, l'.KKi
agreeing to enter into a Imml
300: check for jvKUM) enclosed.
Frank II. Foster, 1 IKli.o't, Wor
to lie completed in 1 days, ngret
ing to enter into a bond of 300
jCuiTeiiey tiinoiniting to ?"(). (K) en
, closed. Soon iifft t this, tenders fur
ithc Construction (if tin- Wailuku
Sl;t1i'S ilii'l Kngille Shells were open
ed with the fulli iviiir n suit :
! 1. K-ilakaua .32:!((l.M work to 1-e
' m l .1. teil Angll--t , ngrre-
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Mr. Lyons moved that I. Kala
I kaua ' hiil for the construction of
Itlie Staples Mllil Kngilif Shell he ac-
pted )l'oviileil :i sllitalile locution
Mil he secured from the Wailuku
Sugar Co. Second. ! hy Mr. llaia
mil curried. Kids for the con-
trnction of the Telephone Line re
ferred to County Attorney.
Consideriition of communication
No. 1!2 continued.
Mr. Lyons moved that the Clerk
instructed to notify the Supcrin
ndent of I'uMie Works thfit his
proposition cmlioilied in cominum-
utioirof April 21 has heen iii'cepted
iy the Hoard. Seconded hy Mr.
Kauhi and carried."
Communication ordered placet Von
liejMilt No. HI taken Up for con-.
Mr. llaia moved to approve the
ippointnients of .). II. Wahvaiolc
ind loanc Kekahuna as police of
ficers. Seconded hy Mr. Kauhi and
The County Attorney intimating
that he was ready to report on the
Telephone line matter, he was acc
orded a hearing. Tie read the law
Mr. Meyer moved that the hid of
the Maui Telephone Co. for the con
traction of the Molokai Telephone
Line 1m- accepted. Seconded hy Mr.
Lyons and carried. '
Mr. Ilaia moved that if it he-
omes necessary through the deten
tion of imported materials, the Maui
Telephone Co. he granted an exten
sion of time. Seconded hy Mr. Meyer
Mr. Meyer moved that Mr. Fos
ter's dejiosit lie returned to mm.
Seconded hy Mr. Kauhi and carried.
The Clerk was instructed to notify
the Maui Telephone Co. of the ac-
eptance of their hid, and to return
the deposit of Mr. Foster.
Mr 1'enhallow liiimght to the at
tention ot tlie Board the matter of
lighting YVailuku streets with elec
tricity, and asked what the Electric
Co. may except of the Comity in
the way of patronage.
Report No. !U taken up for eon
ideration. Report ordered placed on tile.
Repn t No. !'(! taken up for con
Mr. Lyons moved that tin; request
of the County Attorney to issue new
commissions to Mr. Ijcvi Joseph
md J. K. Kapoi as recommended
in his. report he granted. Seconded
hy Mr. Ilaia and carried-'
Mr. Lyons moved that the County
Attorney lie authorized to draw
foT.OO from the hank for tlie pur-
IHisc of defraying the expenses of
the condemnation suit. Seconded
hy Mr. Meyer and carried.
Report No. 00 ordered placed on
Communication No. 1 Hi Liken up
Mr. Ilaia moved to request tht
County Attorney to draft an Ordi
nance amending Section IS of Ordi
nance 7 so as. to make the minimum
line 8."). 00 instead of $25.00. Second
ed by Mr. Kauhi antl-carried
Communication ordered placed on
Rtiitirt No. 101 of the County
Attorney tin communication No. Ho
was read. Action on the same wai
lefcrred to 'J a. m. tomorrow. v
The Count' Attorney verbally re-
quested permission to go to Hono
lulu to lowK up certain matters in
connection with the presentation of
cases Ufore the (irand Jury at tht
next term of the Circuit Court
There 1 icing no objection permission
Mr. Meyer moved to authorize
the Sheriff to put up dog pound
wherever and whenever needed
Seconded by Mr Kauhi and carried
Communication No. 1.13 of .1 II
Mahoe in re his way for March wa
read. Mr. llaia moved to notify
Mr. Mahoe to put in his claim for
salary for part of March not iiaid
Seconded by Mr. Mj cr and carried
Mr. Lyons brought up the matter
of paying Ihe claims of the First
County ( ioveriimi nt as passed by
the last Legislature. The same was
referred to the Clerk to prepare
and hav the same presented in the
Report No. 102 of the. County
Engineer read. Mr. Lyons moved
that the County Engineer he autho
rized to construct a wooden Imix
flume for the ditch in front of Judge
Kalua's place, along Main Street
for a distance of (100 feet from the
corner of Market and Main Streets.
Seconded by Mr. Meyer ami carried.
In the matter of the authorisation
for an Assistant Engineer Mr. Ilaia
moved to defer ''onsideration until
tomorrow at !' a. in. Seconded by
Mr. Kauhi ainljcarried. Ri")mrt or
dered placed on file.
Mr. Howell reported verbally that
he had viewed a stable lot site with
Mr. Renhallow Manager Wailuku
Sugar Co., and that Mr. Renhallow
had stated that he would consult
the directors of the Wailuku Suga
Co. in regard to the matter.
Communication No. ll." ordered
placed on file. The Clerk was in
structed to notify Judge Kalu.t of
thi' action of fly Hoard.
Mr. Lyons moved that the matter
of fences witlpn street lilies on Vine
yard street be referred to the Coun
ty Engineer with the request that
he report thereivn at 1:30 p.
morrow. Seconded by Mr.
At l:4"i p. m. the Chairman or
dered a recess to 7:30 p. m.
The Hoard was called to order at
n p. m. v nairman w . i . rogue pre
siding. Communication No. 110 taken up
Mr. Lyons moved that the Clerk
he instructed to notify Mr. Mahoe
that it is optional with the" laborers
whether or not they wish to be paid
once or twice during the month.
Seconded by 5lr. Meyer anil carried.
Communication ordered translat
ed and placed on tile.
Communication No. 131 taken up
Ordered translated and placed on
The Supervisor from Molokai was
requested to explain to Mr. Mahoe
the twi a-nionth payment, and
iliout filing bis rcixirt. The County
Engineer asked if he could not be
permitted to forward the money
for the licit road payroll to .1.11.
Mahoe, Road Overseer Molokai
Mr. Lynns moved that the County
Engineer lie permitted to send the
money for the payroll of the licit
Roatl Molokai to J. If. Mahoe Road
Overseer and request him to pay
the licit Road laborers. Seconded
by Mr. Meyer and carried.
Communication' No. 133 taken
up for consideration. Communica
tion ordered placed on file.
Communication No. 130 taken tip
for consideration ami the same was
ordered placed on file.
Communication No. 13'J taken up
for consideration. The Chairman
stated that he had answered the
communication to the effect that
the County Engineer was simply
carrying out the orders of the Hoard
and he explained to Mr. Omsted
the system of small contracts. Com
Communication No. 110 taken up
Mr. Ilaia moved that the County
Clerk Ik- instructed to cancel tht
Imnd. of W. T- Rawlins, Assignet
l'icanco Rros. Seconded by Mr.
Kauhi and carried. Coininunica
tion ordered placed on file.
The County Clerk was instructed
to sec Mr. Lufkin and see if there
could not If made a rebate on the
premium of the I tout 1 of J. C. Fuss
Communication No. Il3takenup
for consideration. Communication
No 1")1 taken up for consideration,
lioth communications ordered plac
ed on tile.
Ctiiiiiiii"iieation No. IH and Re
port 1H taken up for consideration.
Mr. Meyer movtd to approve the
lease and authorize the Chairman
to sign a lease either for five or six
acres. Seconded by Mr. Ilaia and
(allied. Communication and re
port ordered placed on file.
Coniniuiiieatioii No. loll was tak'.n
up for consideration.
Mr. Lyons moved to postpone
consideration of this matter until
IH'Xt meeting of the Hoard. Second
ed by Mr. Kauhi and carried.
Communication No. 1 -"" I of Hugh
Howell County Engineer requesting
permission to go to Honolulu was
read. Lyons moved that permission
ie granted. Seconded by Mr. Meyer
and earned, t oiumuincation nr-
liTed placed on file.
Report No. 77 taken up for con
sideration. Report ordcivd placed
Mr. Lyons moved that the Coun
ty Engineer be instructed to advise
with and instruct the Road Over
seer Wailuku as to the method of
const met ion of macadamized roads
'intl the oiling of the same in 'the
District of Wailuku. Seconded by
Mr- llaia and carried.
RcMirt No. Ss taken up for con
sideration. Mr. Kauhi moved to
ipprove the report of the -Road
Overseer Lahaina. Seconded by
Mr. Meyer and carried.
Mr. Kauhi moved that the Coun
ty Engineer be instructed to advise
with Mr. Decoto in starting the
bridges at Lahaina. Seconded by
Mr. Meyer and carried. Report or
dered placed on file-
Report No, Si I taken up for con
sideration and the same was ordered
placed on file.
Communication No. !l"i ordered
placed on file.
Rejmrt No. i7 taken up for con
sideration and the same was ordcr-
1 placed on file.
Mr. Ilaia moved to pass the fol
lowing allowances for the month of
licit Road Hana
licit Road Wailuku
licit Road Makawao
licit Road Molokai
Makawao Roatl it Bridges
Wailuku 1! Is A- Bridges
Lahaina Roads A' Bridges
Hana Roads-A; Bridges...
Molokai Roads Ar Bridges
(ieiieral County Expense.
Total S1S700 00
Seconded by Mr. Lyons and
Mr. Ilaia moved to adjourn to !!
i. in. Seconded by Mr. Kauhiand
Adjourned at 1 1 :0"i p. m.
ContimiL'il next issue.
Dr. Currie Offered
Honolulu, May 8 Dr. Donald
H. Currie, ot the Marine Hospital
Service in this city, ha been offer
ed the position in charge of the
leprosarium on Molokai, according
to a. well defined, report which
reached this city yesterday. It is
understood that Dr. Brinckerhoff,
who holds this position at present
but ha recently submitted his re
signation, will accept a subordinate
position in this city in the same
branch of the service in which he
will handle laboratory work and
which will not call for visits to the
When asked about the report
this nioring Dr. Currie stated that
he neither cared to affirm nor deny
its truth at present, as no final de
cision had been made. He stated
that on Tuesday Dr. Hohdy was
expected to arrive by the Mongolia
to assume charge of the local
quarantine work, which would re
lieve him of that duty and that
after that time he might know
something more definite.
Dr. Currie has been in this city
for some time ami has handled the
bacteriological end ri the'guaran
tine work, though of bite, during
the illness of Dr. Moore, he has
been in charge of the entire work
of the quarantine station. Per
sonally he is very much liKeti hy
those who know him both socially
and in a business way.
HOrsiC r.UNTINO AND r.U'KKINC,
Carriage 1' ai lit ing
KsinimU s l;urnislieit
II lulll, May S. The IV -lit be
tween Senator Warn n and cx-I'ivsi-dent
Roosevelt is assigned as the
cause of the holding up of the ap
pointment of WoodfufT as Federal
Judge of Hawaii, by those best in
formed in this city. It is known
that the fact that Roosevelt sent in
the name of A. L. C- Atkinson for
C S District Attorney three days
after he had publicly announced
that lie would make no appointment
hut Would leave it to his successor,
caused a rupture bctwi-cn Warren
and the then occupant of the White
House. As the result of this War
ren failed to tall at the White House
when Roosevelt retired from olliee.
It is also known here that W I-
rufT is a protege of Roosevelt's and
that the latter had written of him to
(ioverimr Fn-ar before he i ft office ,
It is believed that Warren is getting
hack, a tit he ex-l'resident for his
breaking of faith in the Atkinson
nomination by holding up Wood
ruff's name. This would be very
easy for him to tin, as his colleague,
Senator Clark, is the chairman of
the Judiciary committee of the
Senate, to which the nomination
Would be referred.
In case the Woodruff nomination
should he held up it seems likely
that another name will be sent in
te the -Senate, for President Taft
has shown already that he docs not
care to involve himself in any of
the lights with Congress which were
the shining feature of the past ad
ministration. If this is done it is
thought that some local lll;rn
have a good chance to slip int
It has also lieen mentioned that
the fact that two Federal judges in
Missouri are threatened with im
peachment might mean that Wood
ruff himself is having a hand in the
holdup, believing that he might ob
tain one of these positions, which
would be better in every way, iii
stead of the place on the local
Those who arc familiar with
Judge Woodruff" career state that
it is doubtful if he t xpects to re
main in this Territory' for any
length of trine i vt i) if appointed,
but that lie is simply taking vthe
position as a stepping stone to some
thing higin r, liilitviiig that the
judicial training lu re will put linn
in line for the next vacancy on the
Girl Must Go.
CIIICAdO, April IT. Utiles tlie
sjiicy little latl.v with tlie "very little
livsing'' climlis tluwii from lier
vantngc point on the liillliimnls or
her skirts trilllllietl tl little less
li recti lire, she limy lie "pinched."
The Conk ('utility Lcniic of Neigh
orhotiil Chihs h:is olliciiilly liinkctl
the little lntly over ami fninnl her
WMlltilljr Wllllt'"!! Imth in clntlies
iiml lvspcct.-ihility. At the lcamie's
inniial liieetiiiH resolutions -re
atloptetl tlescriliing the spicy person
with the tliaphiiniiiis garments ns
not only "improper" ami "imlt-
cent" hut "It wtl ami licentious ami
1 menace to the morals of the
young. 1 lie league niemlM rs tltnk
that will hohl her for a minute or
Furthermore, the league appoint-
etl a committee, heat let i lv .Mrs. r..
M. Henderson of the I'liivcrsity of
Chicago settlement, which will call
011 State s Attorney Wavmaii ami
point out to him not only the littl
lady s shortcomings hut lit r short
The State's Attorney will he a.-ked
to get out i squad of his s. iithiest
sleuths ami chase the little lady
down out of that tree to her Lath
rooiii, to which point, apparently,
she was headed when she stopici to
1 limli up here.
Do not throw away your
old books. Send tliom to
the Maui Pnhlisliino Co.,
Irinters and Hook-binders.
IN TIIK ClKC't IT C"( U'RT OF TilE
sixom) ciRcrrr, territory of
At (JIi.ihiIkTs In l'rntiatc.
In the Matter nf tlie Estate of A LE
IAN I V. KAUAI, E late ot Wailuku,
M in. 'lecciiwtl.
Order nf Notice t.f Hearing Petition for
On Reading and Filing t'le l'etition of
Rev. II. Man ases father of the Above de
ceased, of Honolulu, Oahu, alleging that
Alel ini I'. Kaliale. of Wailuku, Maui,
died intestate at Wailuku, Maui, on tlie
2oth day April, A. ). 1909, leaving pro
perty in tlie Hawaiian Islands necessary
to he administered upon, nnd praying
that Letters of Administration issus to L.
It is Ordered that Monday, the 7th day
of June, A. I). I9"y, at 10 o'clock A. 11.,
lie and hereby is appointed for hearing
said l'etition in the Court Room of this
Court nt Wailuku, Maui, nt which time
and place all persons concerned may
appear and slum- cause, if any they have,
why said l'etition should not be granted,
and that notice of this order be publish
ed in the English language for three
successive weeks in the ".Maui News," a
weekly newspaper printed and published
in Wailuku. Maui, the last publication to
be net less than ten days previous to the
time therein appointed for hearing.
Dated at Wailuku. Maui, April 26th,
(Sd.) SEI.DEN H. KINGSWRY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Attest: (,Sd. ) Eiimcno II. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
May 1, S, 15, 22.
N OTIC 6.
Notice is hereby given thnt hunting or
shooting on any of the I'kuuiehame
lands otherwise known as the Ilannula
lands is forbidden under penalty of
prosecution except by permission of the
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, April 15th,
Ry Patrick Cockktt,
t. f. Manager
IVotice of Power of Attorney.
Notice is hereby jjiven tfiat, during my
absence from the Territory of Hawaii
Lai Hoiifj of Wailuku, County of Maui,
will act as my Attorney in fact. .
Y. FUN TEUNG.
March 27, June 2f.
LHC'TK Id A N and MECHANIC
i a niaicarine for every lwt.lv
u.-irn alxuit electricity, the
use tools. Simple, prac
tirat.futWrf nlctitrei. Sam-
' pic cony frp- If you name
r thi i4ir. iJWa;ear
rNnmm(in rub. C O.
I lira on SW JkMkoafc 11a it.
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lU'autiftil pictures, in- nth
ly pti.'r contests, pi ture
ni:lvim, qt, est ions mi-
CONTUACIOI! nnd P.UIIDER
1'lai.s and Kstinrites Fm'iilPhctl.
mall .lo's and Itcpnir Work by
)ay or Contract.
W'ATI.tKf, Mau, T. II1.
Pope-Hart I'ord Automobile
FincHt Cor in llic rent Hervice on
ti:li.ihoni; vouk calls.
AI Oil A LOIMiL SO. :t KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will lie held at tin
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on tlie
sectnul anil fourth Knturtlaya of euch
All visiting iiieinln rs are corilinlly in
vitetl tn atteuil.
VM. AI'LT, C. C.
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OF K. & S.
LOUCII MAU I, No. A. F. & A. M.
Slali'd fine 1 intrs will lie held at
Mas-iiiic II. nl, Kahiilui, tn the first ,
SaMinlav nigh! of each inont h at 7 .SO
Visi'ing hicthrcn are c-irtlially ill
v itetl lo iitteml.
C. K. COPFl.ANI) 11. Y. M.
KKN-I AM IN Wir.LlAMS,
t. f. Secretary.
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u iM-atiTiitii pictures. iii rati- g wjm m
I ly pti.'r contests, pi ture B HllATA
3'ii:lvim, questions ah- R rilllu".- 1
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