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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1909
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered at the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as seconil-class matter.
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lluh V. Coka,
Editor and Managar
DECEMBER 11. 1909
Our Next While many are dclniting tin iossililites of tlie various
Governor, camlitlates fur the utlice of second judge of the federal
eourt of Hawaii it might not In a hail guess to name Governor Frear for
that iosition and speculate as to who will till the governors chair.
Xo one questions Frear's honesty. All admit that he is a scholar of that
rw iu.liciiil tcinneranient that enahles him to decide correctly the hner
points of law which placed him in the front rank of the justice of the
supreme court hut as the chief executive he lacks many qualities that
are essential to the successful administration of puhlic affairs.
It is lielieved Governor Frear fully realizes the state of affairs ami
would welcome the dav when he may return to theliench where he knows
he would In at home and where he would lie supported hy the entiri
That Belt Much credit is due those supervisors who are doing what
Road. they can to further the licit mad plan.
Une of our finest sections of country lies lietween Haiku around through
If inn to kiimlmlu. 11ns section cannot develop until a good road is
I milt on an easv m ade through this section. This is a matter that all
parties should agree on anil push through at the earliest possihle moment.
It is currently reported that a few would Ik1 jiolitieal leaders of Wai
luku are doing what they can to Kick the licit mad scheme for East Maui.
It doesn't seem iiossihle that any one prominent in itolitics would oppose
a plan that means so much to all and especially so to all of the residents
of a large section of our island.
Men w ho should know U tter are advocating the appropriation of funds
for the licit load hut oppose a uniform grade and would have no survey
hy a competent engineer. Such ruhhish as this is hut another means of
killing the licit road.
A licit road to Kipahulu will cost much money. We can not afford
to throw away our funds on impossihle grades.
If the people of Maui decide to huild a licit road which we know they
will do then let us have a mad on an easy grade intelligently located.
The voters should rind out who are opposing their interests and vote
against them every time they run for office.
It was reported that Siqiervisor Lyons was one of the opponents of the
licit road. We are pleased to rciort that he declares himself a strong
advocate of the plan as we liclicve all of the memlicrs of the present Ivoard
to lie. '
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The method of selling fish, pork
and vegetables on Market street
comes in for a censure from the
Inspector. The Hies swarm al unit
the fish and meat and as they are a
known mcansof conveying infection,
the exposing of human food is dan
gerous to public health.
Vegetables are sold on sidewalks,
where people expectorate and walk
over on the clay previous which
makes it also dangerous to health.
Mr. Haia moved that the matter
of town limits of Wailuku lie refer
red to a committee composed of the
Wailuku Supervisor, the County
Engineer and the Sanitary inspector
to report at the January meeting.
On motion of Mr. Lyons the
County Attorney was ordered to
draw an ordinance prohibiting the
exposure for pale of fish, pork and
vegetables on the highways and
streets within the Wailuku town
The reports of the Lahaina and
Wailuku fish inspectors were read
and ordered filed. The clerk was
instructed to write the Laluiina in
spector asking him to report how
many poi shop, restaurants, meat
markets, etc. there are in his dis
trict. Dr. F. Unit, Sanitary Inspector
of Lahaina reported that a number
of typhoid cases had appeared, two
of which were in Olowalu. Japanese
were the victims in all cases but one.
Efforts are ln-ing made to instruct
the people that infection is carried
by flies and how to keep their places
in sanitary condition.
Yiterinary J. C. Fitzgerald re'xn-t-ed
for the months of July, August,
Septcmlier and Octolicr, which were
all ordered filed.
The monthly report of the County
Sheriff was then read in art as
there were matters in the same
which were considered in executive
session. The Sheriff reports the
suspension of officers Scqueira audi
Holstein for one month, and also
that he asked for the resignation of
officer E. A Namohala of Waikapu
for receiving money from a prisoner
and not reporting same to the
Sheriff. The charge of extortion
has lieen placed against him and he
was committed to the Grand Jury.
Much work was done by the police
01 1 lie enure i.ounty. there were
114 arrests, 105 convictions and 9
discharged during the month of
Luke Chan has lieen promoted to
the lieutenancy of the Makawao nnd
Win. Miner was made captain in
the same district. These actions
were approved by the Hoard.
Sheriff Saffery asked that M.
I'a rem lie allowed $20 for capturing
R. Kuwahara, the murderer, on the
night of the murder, which was
allowed by the Hoard.
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the grave, and that while this is
essentially a day of morning, it
should, at the same time, lie n day
of reflection. In n day we will be
called to account In-fore the Grand
Exalted Ruler of the Universal
Brotherhood of Men. Some may
lie found wanting, hut it is a
soling thought that every Elk
has accepted the teachings
principles of the Rencvolcnt
Protective Order of Elks ns his code
of conduct, and lived up to it, will
find, when he appears liefore his
Creator to final judgment, that tin
recording angel which records tlit
sins of men has nothing written
against his name.
Henry X. Clark, accompanied by
Mrs. Hugo Herzer, sang a baritone
solo from losti. conlriiiuiiug a
musical tribute to tin- sad memories
The liencdiction was pronounced by
Rev. Mr. Kmll.
The officers and committees tak
ing part in the exercises were as fol
E. A. Douthitt, exalted ruler; J.
I). Dougherty, esteemed leading
knight; George T. Kluegel, esteem-
ed loyal Kiugnt; . J. v..ooper,
esteemed lecturing knight; II . C.
Easton, secretary; M. II. Druin
mond, treasurer; George J. O'Xeil,
tyler; F. H. Angus, esquire; A. S.
Prescott, inner guard; W. L.
Emory, chaplain ;
organist; H. E.
Paris, William II,
The list of departed brothers, in
memory of whom the exercises were
held is as follows: ('lias. A. S.
Vivian, founder of the order, died
March 20, 1880; James M. Sims,
July 25, 1902; James A. Iove,
Octolicr C, 1902; George Hons,
February 14, 190!?; Gilliert H.
Hrokaw, April, 1903; George A.
Cooke, July 7, 1903; Jacob Rear
wald, March, 1904; ('has. II. Ram-
sey, Decern I cr to, lillio; William
E. Taylor, July .10, liHMi; ('has. 11.
Hishop, August 10, UK Hi; Allied J.
Lyon, Octolicr 19, 1900; George 1).
Gear, May 12, 1907; Harry J. John
ston, Deccnilier 28, 1907; James
A. I.w, January 5, 1908; John II.
McDonough, August 28, 1908;
James II. O'Xeil, January 22, 1909;
Chan. L. Scrimger, March 7, 1909;
Peter M. Lucas, March 7, 1909.
I). L. Conkling,
Murray, E. II.
LODGE MAUI, No. M4. A. F. & A. M
Stated meeunt's will hp held at
Masonic Hall, Kalmlui, on the first
Saturday nielli of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
viteri to attend.
C. E. COPELAND II. W. M.
t. f. Secretary,
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