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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2?,, 1 909
Of The County Will be
' At the mectint? of the Htiwiw of
Maui held in the Town Hall last
Thursday evenhiK steps were taken
to form a Ohamboi- -if Commerce for
the County. 1
It is questionable if Maui hnxevcr
held n more harmonious meeting
nor lias a. inn-ling in years been
concluded with such a gt'neral feel
of good fellowship an was manifested
at the conclusion of this meeting.
If thesaino spirit of fairness pre
vails in future as prevailed at tliis
meeting it is safe to say that the
Chamtier of Commerce of Maui will
he a power in the community. We
believe this will lie the cn
The minutes in full are as follows:
Mr. 'Williams: "Gcntlcnieii, the
purpose of this meeting is to organize
a Chamber of Commerce for the Is
land of Maui. The suggestion came
from the Chamber of Commerce of
Honolulu. The matter has been dis
cussed with many of the business
men of Maui and it is agreed that
it would be a good thing for the
Community. A circular letter call
ing for this meeting w as sent out two
or three weeks ago. Before any
action can be taken, however, it is
necessary that we elect n Temporary
Chairman' and a Temporary Secre
tary, and I would like to nominate
Mr. II. P. IJaldwin Chairman of
, this meeting.''
Motion put and carried.
Mr. Haldwin: ( Introduces Rules
and Regulations Honolulu Chamber
"(ientlemen, 1 would like to say
a few words in regard to the object
and scope of business of a Chamber
of Commerce of any community;
they keep in touch with the various
branches that come under that term ;
different lines of business, different
lines of work, various problems, etc.
The . Honolulu Chamber of Com-
incce takes up and includes in its
seoix- of -work, Federal legislative
matters, Lighthouse business, Post
OHice business, Hawaii Educational
system, Territorial Finances, and
many other items of public interest,
reports on which are all included in
the annual report of the ClminU-r
The Chamber of Commerce as
found on the Mainland is a very
'important organization. 1 had the
pleasure of attending a meeting of
the Chamber of Commerce at Ueve
land (I have a son who is a member
of that organization) and I would
say that there is a very large num
ber of t he prominent people of Cleve
land that U-long to that organiza
tion. They make known the needs of
the City to the Chamber of Com
merce and they get them attended
to, that is to say, that when they
petition the State legislature or
Congress on important matters they
are Umnd to make them sit up and
take notice of their petition. They
own tlieir own buildings and here
they take in friends; they meet
people. They had a joint rciort of
what they had done during the past
year and I was very much interest
ed in their annual report. I brought
one home with me, but 1 do not
remember whether I brought it to
Maui, but I nm quite sure that 1 left
it with one of the N'ewsaicrs in
Honolulu. It is a very powerful
organization. There was one in
stance" of a Railroad Company, tin
fastest in the world, 1 think, (ask
Mr. Williams, he might dispute, that
point), anyway, they proposed put
ting a trnek through a certain por
tion of the city ami this Chamber of
Commerce jietitioneil against it and
got the location altered. Whenever
they get up and tiign a jx-tition it is
always listened to. I don't know
how much we could do here, but if
we can do as much as the Chamltcr
uf Commerce of Honolulu we shall
probably l over a wide ncnpc of Work
I therefore think that it is a very
sound and w ise thing for us to or
ganize. Thid book here contains re-
Working for Automobile
. Roads in Yosemitc Park.
If the petition which has been
forwarded to the Secretary of the
Interior, at Washington, by The
California Promotion Committee,
and which was numerously signed
by commercial organizations and
others interested in the matter, be
granted, the roads, or certain of
them, in Yosemite National Park
will lie open to the limited use of
automobiles, and many people who
otherwise would not be able to visit
the park will view that great scinie
Early last May The Committee
prepared a petition setting forth
the fact that present restrictions
worked a hardship in keeping
many people out of Yosemite Park,
and asked that these restrictions
be removed or modified. The peti
tion recites present conditions and
"We therefore petition that such
restrictions be removed, fn a meas
ure, and that automobiles, under
proper rcftrietmns as to ppeed,
time of travel and condition of
machine, be permitted to traverse
the roads of Yosemite National
This petition has been circulated
I over the State, among the
various commercial organizations,
mid has been signed by official of
these bodies. It is hoped by thiwe
interested in the matter, that' the
present restrictions will be so
modified that certain roads, at
least, will be open for machines to
reach the center of the valley where
the hotel is located.
ORGANIZATION, RULLxS AND RE"
GULATIUNM OH Tllti MALL
ports of Committees; committees on
commerce, committees on finances,
committees on Agriculture, commit
tees on Entertainments, (so that
when the Congressmen come here
the Chamber of Commerce on Maui
will be able to take cure 'of them)
N I believe Mr. Williams has sug
gested an order of procecdiire.
NOMINATION FOR SECRETARY
Mr. Williams moved that Mr.
Lnfkin act as Temporary Secretary
at this meeting. Seconded by W.
O. Aiken. Motion put and carried.
Mr. Pciihallow moved that we estab
lish a Chamber of Commerce for the
Island of Maui.
McKay: "Would it not be well
to make that the County of Maui?"
Mr. Pciihallow accepted that as an
amendment. Motion "That we
establish a ('handier of Commerce
for the County of Maui" was put,
seconded and carried unanimously.
' Mr. Williams: "Mr. Chairman,
I beg to move that a committee of
seven be apxniitcil tor the purpose
of drawing tip Rules of organization
and l!y Laws and to prepare papers
for Incorporation. 1 would like to
say, gentlemen, that the Chamber
of Commerce ulmiit to lie started, is
the first non-political organization
in which the business men of Maui
can get together and unite for their
common good. This matter ha
been discussed with people of liana,
Lahaina. and district between tin
two mountains. I believe that if
this move goes into wffeet, it will be
the first time that the business men
of Maui will have united on any
thing and I Ahink it is alnnif time.
The Chamber of Commerce of Ho
nolulu has done much to unite the
people of Honolulu and now I would
like to see a united Maui.
Motion "That a committee o,
seven lie appointed to draw up Rules
of Organization, J y Iuvs and to
prepare. iajers for Incorporation.'
Put and carried.
Judge Kejioikai moved that the!
Chair uppoint such a committee.
Committee apiointcd ns suggested
by J. X. S. Williams: - H. P. Raid
win, C. 1). Lufkin, L- Weinzheiiner,
A. F. Tuvarcs, W. (i. Scott, Patrick
Coekett, D- C. Lindsay.
Mr- Williams introduces "Roll of
Charter Members." Intermission.
(Signing of "Roll of Charter Mem
bers") Meeting called to order; then- be
ing no further business, meeting
adjourned to await the report of
On conclusion of signing Roll of
Membership, twenty-eight wen
counted as having signed.
1. The government awl direct maiiage
ment of the Malulani Hospital shall In
vested in a committee of three; to be
known as the "Maniiging Committee of
the Maintain Hospital."
2. The Managing Committee shall be
appointed and removed by, and respon
sible to, tile Board of Supervisors of the
County of Maui. All acts of the Manag
ing Committee shall lie reiorted to, and
approved by the said Hoard of Supervis
ors. 3. The Managing Committee shall be
composed of one member of the Hoard of
Supervisors, the Hospital Sujieriiiten
deut and the Matron of the Hospital.
4. The Hospital Superintendent shall
be the County Physician for the - District
of Wailukn. He shall, on his Official
Hond, be responsible for
a. All County property within and
for the use of the Hospital;
b. The direct and personal supervision
of the medical and surgical branch of the
c. The general superintendence of all
other matters and afftirs in connection
with the proper maintenance of the Hos
pital. He shall, by and with the approval
of the Hoard of Supervisors, appoint the
Dvtiks of thk Hospital Scpkkintkx
okst. j. The Hospital Superintendent shall
a. Kxamine all patients having no at
tending Physician applying to the Hos
pital for admis&ion, and decide whether
they are proper hospital patients from n
medical standpoint. Ill the absence of
the Superintendent, the Matron may, if
she considers it advisable, place such ap
plicants fur admission in the "Isolating
Cottage" until such time as the Superin
tendent can examine and decide oil the
admission of said applicant.
b. Discharge all patients under his
care when they are fit for discharge.
c. Order, have charge of, and apply
all drugs and instruments required and
iH-longing to the Hospital;
it. Attend the Hospital, at least, once
every day, visiting every patient in his
care. He snail uolil lumselt in reaitiness
to respond to any emergeiu-v call from
the Hospital, whether during the night
e. Cause complete clinical notes to he
kept of all non-paying or liuligeiit cases
treated in the Hospital, such notes to be
liled awav in methodical order for future
I. Carefully examine all non-paying
or Indigent patients admitted and record
the result of such examination in the
clinical record of that case; and prepare
and preserve a "business" record of all
paying cases admitted;
g. In all non-paying or Indigent cases
and surgical Oierations on same where
consultation is deemed bv him, uccess
ary, give preference to physicians com
posing the Honorary Staff, and when so
requested by a member of the Honorary
Staff, consult with the attending Physi
cian in private and ward paying cases
charging-his usual fee for such consulta
h. At all times see that the sanitary
conditions of the Hospital are the best;
i. Prepare or cause to have prepared
and sent to the County Treasurer at the
ed of each calendar month a list of all
accounts itue the Hospital, from patients
and others, and shall at the end of each
week deposit in the County Treasury, in
the usual uianiiur, all County funds col
lected by him or the Matron;
j. Prepare and present to the Hoard
of Supervisors, at the end of each calen-
dar' month, and at such other times as
they may direct, a full medical, financial
and general Re(ort of the Hospital;
k. Act asa member of the Managing
1. Perform all other duties that mav
hereafter be required of hiui by the
Managing Committee or the Board of
Supervisors and for the better efficiency
and pYuper superintendence of the Hos
6. The Hospital Matron shall be ap
pointed by the Superintendent on the
advice of the Managing Committee am
with the approval uf the Board of Super
7. The Hospital Matron shall be the
Lady Superior of the Franciscan Sisters
Duties ok the Matron:
8 The Matron of the Hospital shall
reside at the Hospital. She shall uudi
the direction of the Superintendent
Have charge of the hooks and ac
counts of the Hospital;
b. Order and have charge of tire pur
chase and distribution of all supplies of
every nature, excepting uiedVal supplies
c. Have the employing and super
vision of the Nurses, who shall as far as
possible, be selected from the Franciscan
d. F.ugage, discharge and otherwise
have full charge of all sulxirdinate cm
ployees of the Hospital;
e. Act as a member of the Managing
f. Report in writing, at the end
each calendar mouth and at such other
times as he may direct to the Hospital
Superintendent, on all matters which
have come under her jurisdiction, anil
are of an important nature;
g. Perform such other duties as may
be required from time to time, for the
better management, effectiveness and
improvement of the Hospital, and that
may be required by the Superintendent,
the Managing Committee or the Hoard of
9. All Honorary Staff of Physicians
mav be formed to which nnv physician,
side.nl in the County anil licensed to
practise by the Territorial Oovornmcnt
iv join, upon the approval of the Hoard
of Supervisors, and may be removed for
uise from such Staff bv the Hoard.
10. It shall tie' the privilege of all
physicians on the Honorary Staff to visit
the Hospital and make the rounds with
l- attending staff during the regular
ispital hours, and it shall be tlieir duty
without charge, excepting actual trans-
rtation or traveling expenses, to res
pond to all calls made pu them by the
Hospital Superintendent for consultation
important non-paying or Indigent
11. The privilege shall be granted to
;uiv physician on the Honorary Mall to
place in the Hospital and attend in ward
or private rooms, patients of his own.
they complying to the rules and regula-
ons of the Hospital as herein set forth.
,1-S CoNCKRNINC, TATIKNTS.
12. The ward shall be free to Indigents
and the Supervisor of the District whence
the patient comes shall decide whether
or lib the patient comes under this class.
13. Patients, not Indigents, occupying
beds in the ward and attended by a
member of the Honorary Stuff, shall be
barged one dollar (ft. 00) per dav.
itients, not indigents, occupying beds
in the ward and attended by a Physician
not a member of the Honorary Staff shall
tie charged one Dollar and Twenty five
cents (f 1.25) per day.
14. Patients occupying private rooms
and attended by a member of the Honor
ary Staff shall be charged S2.50 per day
for such room and nursing. Patients
occupying private rooms and attended
by a Physician not a nieinberof the Hon
orary Staff shall be charged Three Dollars
j.ixi) per lay for such room and nurs
15. Any patient coining to the" Hospi
tal fur surgical operations shall be charg-
d f 15.00 in addition to the charges made
or room anil mirsuig, tor the use ot the
peratmg room. Minor cases not re-
paring so much preparation snail be
charged accordingly, the minimum fee,
however, shall be $.v.
16. Patients suffering from acute con
gious diseases or incurable diseases or
obstetric cases will not be admitted to
17. The Hospital Superintendent shall
not be permitted to make any charge for
the care of non-paying or Indigent
patients in the Hospital, but may make
his usual charges for paying patients
IX. All patients, but Indigents, 011 en
tering the Hospital luustdepositAvith the
Superintendent a sum sufficient to Jlay
for, from two weeks to one month in
advance, as he, the Superintendent, may
decide; or he must present a written
guarantee for the payment of ,the same,
signed by some responsible person, which
if acceptable to the Superintendent as a
valid guarantee, shall be sufficient.
M iscKLLAXi'Ots Provisions.
19. Excepting as provided by Para
graph 16, the Hespilal shall be open to
all persons who may defcire medical treat
ment, and any patient, on being register
ed as an inmate shall accept, abide by
and be subject to these rules.
20. In case more applications for en
trance to the Hospital are made than
there are accomodations for, first pre
ference shall be given to Indigents,
second preference to patients attended
by members of the Honorary Staff; third
preference to those having no medical
Attendant; and lastly, to those attended
by Physicians not members of the Hoiu
21. All disputes, misunderstandings or
alleged irregularities in the care, manage
ment or control of the Hospital, shalj be
investigated, carefully considered and
lecided bv the Managing Committee;
such decision of the Managing Committee
shall lie final, subject only to an apjK-al
to the Hoard of Supervisors.
22. These Rules may be in special and
extreme cases suspended U-mjmrarily by
the unanimous vote of the Managing
Hoard of Supervisors for and within the
County of Maui.
(Signed.) By W. 1'. POOl'F.,
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANOF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooke, President
1. II. Case, 2nd Vice-President
C. D. I.ufkiu, Cashier
V. T. Robinson. 1st Vice-President
k. A. W.idsworth, Director
A. Aalber;;. And'iVr
SEMI AINNUflL STATEMF-INT
at the close of business. June ,v. 1409
Loans and Discounts $1 40,045. 5 Capital Stock J 3s.oo0.ou
Bonds..; 4,730.00 Surplus and Profits jn, 403.03
I 'nited States Bonds 25,000 00 Circulation 23,111,7.50
Premium on I". S. bonds ' 400.00 Dividends 1'npiid 1,400.00
Cash and Due from Banks
Banking House. Furniture, etc
5 Redemption Fund
-74 925 31
K. &. O. i-:.
C. D. LfFKIN,
TF.KRITORY OF HAWAII,
COfNTV OF MAt l,
1, C. D. I.ufkin.'Cashier of the ulk.ve named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of inv knowledge and lulief.
C. D. M'FKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before tue this 2nd dav "f Jul v. I904.
H. M. CORK, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
The Lahaina National Bank
Chas. M, Cooke, President
V. U. Decoto, 2nd Vice-President
C. D. I.ufkiu, Cashier
Win. Helming, Vice-President
A. N. Hiyseldfii, Director
V. C. Schoenberg, Asst. Cashier
at close of business, June 30, 1909.
Loans and Discounts
Cash and Due from Banks....
t'nited States Bonds
Premium on V. S. Bonds
F"urnittire and Fixtures
SX, Redemption Fund
.$41,924.77 I Capital Slock f 25,000.00
. 20,745.46 i Surplus and t'ndivided Profits.. 1,022.98
Ih.iKO ot : Circulation e I.e., no
6,250.00 1 Dividends t'npaid ..
200.00 ; I Hie to Hanks
1,450.00 I Depositors
TFRR I TORY OF HAWAII,
COl'NTV OH MAUI,
I, C. D. I.ufkiu, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the licst of inv knowledge and K-lief.
C. D. U'FKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd dav of July, 1009.
II. M. COKF:, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
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PRBMO FILM PACKS
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Seed, Hammer and Cramer Plates
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" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC"
in lieer ii tritle Ic.-js tlian
'.) per cent in l'rimo P.eer.
Tlie ellcctivp ingredients are bifftey and bops a food and n
Every doctor knows bow beer benefits. If you need more
strength or vitality be will prescribe joil beer.
The best beer to drink in Hawaii is
The Beer that's Brewed
to Suit the Climate.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
rules and regulations upon consideration
had and vote taken were adopted by the
Board of supervisors ol the County ot
Maui, at its regular session held in Wai
luku on the Kill day of October, 1909.
Wm. F. RAAK,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
W.tiluku, Maui, Octolier 14, 1909.
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This because it is sterilized and can be depended upon for clean
liness and purity. The most popular of all tinned milk in the
von: ;i:tKi:u ski.i.s it.
Wanted: Young Cockerels in ipian-
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