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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1909
Board TransactsCounty Uusi
ness With Dispatch.
(Continued from last issue.)
Wailuku, May I I, l'.Kt'.i.
The Hoard of Supervisor. of tin
County of Miini was called (o order
at 5t a. in. Chairman W. F. Pogue
Hull Cull. Present: W. F. Pogue,
T. B. Lyons, W. P. I nun, Coorge
Kaiihi an.l T. T. Meyer.
Minutes of yesterday's meeting
wore read ami the s:une were ordered
approved as read.
Cotnrnunieatioii No. l",onc same
being a tender for tlie construction
of the Wailuku Stables and Engine
1 Shed from ('lias. O'Sullivan was
Tlie Clerk was instructed to notify
Mr. Clias. O'Sullivan tliat liis Lid
is received too late, and to return to
liiin his check.
Mr. Meyer moved that the Chair
man he authorized to endorse the
check. Seconded hy Mr. Kauhi and
Claim demands for the Makawao
Belt Road deferred from yesterday
were taken up for examination.
Mr. Lyons moved to defer action
on claim demand No. old to the
next meeting of the Hoard. Sccond-
ed hy Mr. Meyer anil carried.
Mr. Lyons presented Resolution
No. 214 thereby approving payroll
and inaterial and supply demands
for' the Makawao Belt Road and
moved the adoption of the same.
Seconded ly Mr. Kauhi and carried.
Communication No. Mo together
with report No. 101 of tlie County
Attorney on the communication
were taken up for consideration.
Mr. Haia moved to adopt the re
port of the County Attorney in tin
matter of the claim of A. Fernandez
Jr. thereby refusing the payment of
the claim. Seconded by Mr. Kauhi
Communication No. 14") and lie
port No. 101 ordered placed on tile.
Tht matter of the authorization
to engage an Assistant Engineer was
taken up for consideration.
Mr. Meyer moved that the mattci
of Assistant County Engineer be re
ferred to the Committee on Vaj
and Means. Seconded by Mr. Lyoie
Communication No. 117 taken up
Mr. Lyons moved that vc approve
the appointment of . las. R. Love as
Clerk of the Treasurer at a salary of
$00. H) per month, appointment to
take effect from the loth of May,
ltNMI. Seconded by Mr. Haia and
Matter of License bise ctor was
referred to the Ways ami Means
Communication Matter of securing
u seal for the County Treasure was
Mr- Lyons moved that the design
submitted by the County Clerk he
adopted as a seal fur the Treasurer.
Seconded by Mr. Kauhi and carried.
Mr. Lyons moved that the request
for changes in the olliee as recom
mended by the treasurer be referred
to the Ways ami Means Communi
cation. Seconded by Mr. Meyer and
Matter of furniture for the Treas
urer's olliee was referred to the Wa.y
and Means Committee.
Communication No. 147 ordered
placetl on file.
Matter t.f ! isb .Markets taken up
for consideration. After some dis
cussion Mr. I laia niovetl topos(Mine
Mr.' llaia moved to post x me furl her
consideration until '. p. in. this
afternoon. Seconded by Mr. Kauhi
Communication No. Ill ordered
placetl on file.
Communication No. 1 IS wastakeu
up for consideration.
Communication No. 1" of Chas.
Wilcox, Secretary pro tern County
Executive Committee of the Repub
lican Party in re recommendation
was read. The matter of the endorse
ment of the application of John
tiarcia as Clerk for the SherilT was
ordered referred to the SherilT.
In the matter of the endorsement
of the Fish and Food Inspector for
liana Mr. Ilaia moved that the
application of S. K. Pupubi for said
olliee lte tabled. Seconded by Mr.
Lyon ami carried.
Communication No. l is and No.
1'iii ordered placetl on file.
Communication No- lo7 of Henry
I'.ireh for compensation for right-of
way at Papaaea was read. Action
Mr. Haia presented Resolution
N". 21" thereby authorizing the
Clerk to purchase Hags and moved
the adoption of the same. Second
ed by Mr. Kauhi ami carried.
Mr. Meyer presented Resolution
No. 21 thereby appropriating the
sum of $100.07 to a fund to be
known as Unpaid Claims County
(ioveriuneiit r.NH ami moved the
idoptioii of the same. Seconded by
Mr. Haia am! carried, by the fol
lowing vote: W. F. Pogue, W. P.
Haia ami T. T- Meyer. T. 15. Lyons
nid (too. Kauhi excused from voting
on account of pecuniarily interested.
Matter of the Park site for Wailuku
was taken up for consideration.
Mr. Lyons moved that the (iov-
ernor be requested to perfect an cx-
hange of (lovernment land for (.('"
acres more or less immediately soul I
of the K. R. II. depot at Wailuku as
hown by the accompanying blue
print, and 1 acre more orless near
Hon. S. E. Kaiue's resilience the
latter lot to bo for Stable purposes.
Seconded by Mr. Meyerand carried.
Copies of this motion to be sent
to the Commissioners of i til 1 if
Lands and the Manager of Wailuku
The Clerk was also instructed to
communicate with the (tovernoraiul
state to him that the matter of the
exchange for the park site has been
taken up by the Hoard with Mr
IVnhallow, Manager Wailuku Sugar
Co. and he has promised to com
municate with the directors of (111
Wailuku Sugar Co. in regard to the
( ommiinicatioii An. -u again
taken up for consideration- Mr.
1 laia moved to tlefi-raetion to 'J p
m. Seconded by Mr. Kauhi and
At 12::0 p. in. the Chairman or
dered a recess to '2 p. m
The Hoard was called to order
m. Chairman, W . F. Pogue pre
Mr. llaia nu.vi d that the Clerk
be instructed to notify Mr. Henry
Iiireh that the County will livenp
to the agreement made on May
fi, PK)7 and will pay him for all
land taken according to the terms
aid agreement. Seconded by
Mr. Lyons and carried. Communi
cation ordered placetl on Inc.
Mr. Haia moved that the Chair
man In- authorized to sign on be
half of the County the agreement
between Mr. Iiireh and the County
f Maui of date May II, P.I07.
Seconded by Mr. Lvons and carried.
Communication No. LIS of J. M.
Vivas was read. Mr. Haia moved
to refer the communication to the
Market Communication, Seconded
bv Mr. Mover am! carried.
Mr. Haia moved the matter of
the rearrangement of olliees'be re
ferred to Ways and Means Com
munication. Seconded by Mr.
Meyer and carried.
Mr. Haia moved that the Hoard
meet in special session on the liUth
of May to consider matters in con
nection with the reorganization of
the treasurer's olliee, and all other
matters that may If brought before
sail! meeting. Seconded by Mr,
Meyer and carried.
The County Attorney presented a
draft of an Ordinance to amend
Section is of Ordinance 7. Tlie
same was read
Mr. Haia moved that the ( rdi
lianeelie approved as road. Seconded
by Mr. M.yer and tarried. The Or
dinance adopted is as follows:
The matter of the fences on Vine
yard St n et was taken up for con
sideration. The County Engineer
submitted plans showing street lines
of Vineyard St- Mr. Lyons moved
that the matter should be referred
to the County Attorney with in
structions to take such action as
may no necessary to protect the in
terests of the ( olinty 111 the lire-
lillses. eeoliileil I'V .Mr. K.Mlhl
II II . - .
Report 10o of tlie County Engineer
is suonimoii aiHive was ordered
placed on file.
ReiNirt No. 7 was ordered placed
The Clerk submitted the boiiW of
('has. Wilcox Auditor. The County
Attorney having certified to its Iw-
ing in due form, Mr. Haia moved
to approve tin said bond and have
the same filed with the County
Treasurer. Seconded Mr. Kauhi
i ml carried.
Mr. Meyer presented Resolution
No. 210 thereby declaring the olliee
of Sanitary Inspector for Molokai
vacant ami moved the adoption of
the same. Seconded by Mr. Kauhi
Mr. Meyer moved that !r. 11. 11.
Hayes be appointed Sanitary In
spector for Molokai at a salary of
$"0.00 per month, apiNiintment to
take effect May loth, VM). Second-
II i 1- 1 1
ed n- Mr. Jauni and carried.
Mr. Lyons "moved that the matter
of the complaint of Lui Sylva be
postdated to this evening at 7:o0
p. in. and that .Mr. Soninicrleid Ik
notified to be present.
At 4:Q.X:;'0 p. m. Mr. Lyons
moved that the Hoard proceed to
plant the cocoa nut trees. Seconded
by Mr. Meyer and carried.
The Hoard proceeded to plant
cocoa n ill trees a l the aikapu end
of the Commons in front of the Jail
and Court Buildings.
At 4 :'0 p. in. the Chairman or
dered a recess to 7:I!0 p. m.
Tlie Hoard was called to order at
-x:00p. in. Chairman W. F. Pogue
Mr. llaia moved that the Chair
man be authorized to negotiate with
the bank for money for the payroll
of Wailuku Hist riot for the first 1"
days of the month not to exceed
-HS.OO and for the District of Ma
kawao not to exceed $100.0(1 and
forward the same to the respective
Road Overseer. Seconded by Mr.
Meyer and carried.
The matter of the complaint of
Lui Sylva was taken up for consideration-
Mr. Soiuinerft Id ex
plained his position in the matter.
No action taken-
At li p in. Mr. Meyer asked to be
excused, permission granted.
The matter of the changes in the
Aheong contract recommended by
the County Engineer was talo n up
for consideration. Mr. Lyons mov
ed to approve the estimate of the
County Engineer mi the new cul
vert at Kuiaha and to authorize the
County Engineer to negotiate with
Contractor Alieong tlie changes up
to ami not to exceed tlL'lKI.Oll.
Seconded bv Mr. Kauhi am! carried.
There being no further htisim
Mr. Kauhi moved to adjoin
Seconded by Mr. Haia and carried.
Adjourned !i;:i(l p. m.
Wants to Build Wharf.
Honolulu, May 11. The direc
tors of the Kahului railroad, Maui,
met yesterday at Alexander A
Raldwin's hcinl olliee ami took pre
liminary action in regard to har
bor improvement. It was decided
to apply for a license from the
Territorial government to con
struct a wharf ami tlrnlge a ?lip
capable of accommodating the
largest A. H. vessels that call at
the port. Major Winslow will
visit Kahului shortly to investigate
the matter for the Federal govern
ment, which also has some juris
diction in the premise.-.
I'ntil the return of Superinten
dent of Public Works Marston
Campbell, no further work can be
done in the matter of a new wharf
at Kahului. , meeting of the
directors of the Kahului railroad
company was held yesterday morn
ing, at which the matter was dis
cussed, Ad vert it' r.
NOTICE 01- HAM; OF ;ln.ul
LLAHtH OH PUBLIC LANDS
IN KULA, MAUI.
At twelve o'clock noon, Monday, June
7, ly9, at the oniee of (). Aiken.
Sub-Agent, Kahului, Maui, there will he
sold at public acutioii, umler tlie pro
visions of l'iirl .s, I, Mini Act iSys, (Sec
tions 27K.3S5 inclusive, Revised Laws,)
Oetieriil Leases of the follow ing lands:
(1). The makai Kirtion of the ALAlv,
containing an urea of 217 acres, nu.re or
less, to he used for pastoral purposes.
I'psel rental J2.S-oo per annum, payable
semiiinnuallv in advance.
Term of Lease, 21 vears from June 7,
(2). The makai portion of the land of
KAMAOT.lv, containing an area of 36.27
acres, to lie used for pastoral purposes.
T'pset rental 25.oo per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Term of Lease. 5 years from June 7,
lvutire boundary of land to he fenced
within six months from June 7, 1909,
and said fence maintained.
Tree cutting prohibited excepting for
fence posts to be used on premises. Over
Reservations regarding land required
for Settlement, Reclamation and other
public purposes will be ctr.lmdicd in the
For maps and full particulars .apply at
oflice of V. O. Aiken, Kahului. Maui,
and at oflice of undersigned, Judiciary
JAS. V. PRATT.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, May 7, 1909.
The undersigned tloes herebv give
notice to all whom it may concern, that
having purchased the business heretofore
carried on by Augustine Tvnos and known
as the "Pioneer Store" in ti e town of
Wailuku, that she herebv requests nil
persons indebted to said business to make
prompt payments of their debts at said
store; and also that Mr. Henilo Guerrero
will act as manager of said business.
And persons having claims against said
business up to May 13, 1909, are hereby
requested to present the same to said
Dated Wailuku, Maui, May 15th, 1909.
May 15, 22, 29..
Notice is hereby given that hunting or
shooting on any of the I kumehanie
lands otherw ise known as the Han. tula
lands is forbidden uiukr penalty of
prosecution ecept by permission of the.
Dated at W.iiluku. Maui, April 15th,
Hy P.VritlCK I'llCKlTT,
t. f. Manager
Moticc of INiwwr of Attorney .
Notice is hereby given that, daring my
absence (roin the Territory of Hawaii
I.ai Hong of Wailuku, County of Jiuni,
will act as my Attorney in fact.
Y. 1TN I'l-fNG.
March 27, June .'6.
Regular meltings will be held at the
Kuiehtsof Pvthiiis Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth S.tt unlavt. of each
All visiting members are cordially 111
vited to titleiid.
W.I. Al'I.T, C. C.
Jill IN J. WALSH,
K. OP R. & S.
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Slatetl meeiiiiL's will lie held at
Mas'iuic 11. nl, Kahului, on the lirst
S.il urdav niobt of each inontli al 7. 'til
Visi'ing brethren are cordiallv in
vileil to at tend.
C. K. COl'KI.AND K. W. M.
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t. f. Secretary.
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ALOHA I.ODGi: NO. :i KNKMITK !
TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL MEETING
AT SPRFCKELS' PARK, KAHULUI
Saturday, July 3, 1909
Pace 1. FOOT HACK. 100 yards dash, free for all 15.00
Race 2. Kl'NNIXti HACK. ' Half mile dash, free for all . . (J0.00
Pace lil'NNINO HACK. Half mile dash, Hawaiian
bred horses 60.00
Pace 4. TP0TT1NO AM) PAClNli. One mile dash 3
minute class 75.00
Pace 5. KCNNINC HACK. Half mile dash, Japanese
owned ' 50.00
llace (I. TPOTT1NC. AND PACINC. Free for all. best two
in three, mile heats." 100.00
Pace 7. PUNNING HACK. Thr.-e fourths mile dash, free
for all 75.00
llace s. Ml'I.K HACK. Half mile dash 25.00
H.ice 1. KtNNING HACK. One mile dash, Hawaiian
bred 75 00
Hace 10. I'ON'Y RACK. 14.2 hands an.l nude--, half mile
Puce 11. PUNNING HACK. Three-eights mile dash, Japa
nese owned and ridden 40.00
Hace 12. TPOTTING AXD PACING. Half mile heats, best
two in three, members of Association to drive. . 50.00
Hace 111 IiUXXINt; HACK, Three-fourths mile dash, Japa- 50.00
Race 14. COWBOY RELAY HACK. One and one-half miles
dash. (Instructions to he given hy Judges).. . 25.00
Race 15. RUXX1N0 RACK. One-fourth mile dash, free for
all, Hawaiian bred horses 40.00
All entries are to be made with the Secretary on Wednesday, June
.".0, 11I0U. before fi t M. Kntrnnce. fee to be 10 per cent of purse.
. Kids for privileges must be sent to the Secictary before the entries
close, accompanied by a certified check.
All races are to be run or trotted tinder the rules of the Maui Racing
All riders and drivers to appear in colors.
At. least three to enter ami two to slart.
Routine of program subject to change.
Running Races, weight for age.
The Lahaina National Bank
Chas. M. Cooke, President , Win. Helming, Vice-President
W. L. Deeoto, 2nd Vice -President A. N. liavselden, iM'reetor
C. J). Lufkin, Cashier V. C. Schocnlcrg, Asst. Cashier
A. Aulherg, Auditor
THIRD A rS INIJA L STATEMENT
. at close of nusiness, Iiecember 31, 190S.
ri:siu'rci:s liahilitiiv's .
I'ans and Discounts ,vj6i). 20 Capital Stock $25,000.0
Cash and Due from Hanks ,v.-' 1 J.'.S Surplus and t'ndiviiled Profits.. 756,95
Bonds... 12, 000. 00 Circulation 6,250.00
I'nited States bonds f1.250.oo 1 "ivideiuls I'njiaid 750.00
Premium on V. S. Houds 200.00 Depositors 61,327.40
Purniture and Fixtures 1,240.00
5 Redemption Pund 312.00
TERRITORY OK HAWAII.
COl'STV Ol' M A I ' I ,
I, C. D. Lilikin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemulv swear that the
almve statement is true to the best ol mv knowledge and belief.
C. 1). Lri-'KTX, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 41I1 dav of Januai v, 1909.
JAS. N. K. KISOLA, Notary. I'ultltc Sec. JndA CitCU,.
Sststmf itf imirmmmnr mm itftmmmmti timrmiif mirrfK
Just Enough I
.Many people need nouri--hmcut and Stout is recom
nieiidetl by vt ry jromincBt ihysician-. 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 con-jiinmcut of Lexington Club
I Maui Wine
I incht Cur In tlie rent Mcrv-ice on
TLLlilIIONtI YOUR CALLS,
Trotting ant! Racing to carry
and in bottlo. There is none
& Liquor Go.
CON'ITtACTtH! and II IILDKK
. VhUiti ,iml .;stim..l(l.s Frnished.
Small .lobs and Kepair Work by
Pay or Contract.
Wa:i.ikc, Maii, T. U,