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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY JANUARY 22, 1910
H. M. Coke of Wailuku wnnts your in
At 'J, Coster was registered at the Mnn
Hotel this week.
Eddie Lyons returned to school at St.
Louis College this week.
V. B. Hardy of Puuuene was register
ed at the Maui Hotel this week.
E. E. Kellet of Honolulu was register
ed at the Maui Hotel this week.
J. Haig McKenzie of Honolulu whs re
gistered at the Maui Hotel this week.
Mrs. I.atig'e, a Christian Endeavor del
egate went h the nielroois this week.
Ben Wiiggouer.the (popular sak-sniunof
H. Mack It Id & In., is on Maui this
Mrs. Iloliotm of Maui attends the
Christian Endeavor this wink in the
Mrs. Opuuui went to Honolulu this
week to atW
nd the Christian Eudeuvoi
Okamura, the Maiket street Ice cream
parlor proprietor has had his parlor re
painted and papered.
K. Naliima was a passenger to Hono
lulu this week to attend the Christian
L. L. Austin of T. H. Davies & Co.,
will be on Maui next week. Maui is al
ways glad to see him here.
J. K. Manase and wife were among the
Christian Endeavor delegates to Hono
lulu by this week's Clattdiue.
Miss Hopeau left on the Claudine of
Wednesday tn attend the Christian En
deavor Convention in Honolulu.
Charles Molteno and wife went to
Honolulu this week as delegates to the
Christian Endeavor Convention.
Treasurer Baldwin and Deputy Treas
urer Love were kept busy Saturday re
ceipting for water rates paid in.
The new barn of D. H. Case, Esq. was
completed a few days ago. The carpen
ters have made an excellent job of it.
Geo. V. Maxwell returned to Maui
Saturday, and has accepted a position
with the Maui Publishing Company as a
Mr, S. E. Taylor went to Honolulu
this week, where he will visit relatives
and take in the sights of the metropolis
for ten days.
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Case entertained
the Wailuku Card Club at their High
street home Friday evening. The even
ing was a most enjoyable one.
The Wailuku Auto Company wants
your business. We have good cars and
ANTON E DO REGO,
. Chas. O'Sutlivan, the contractor and
builder, left for Honolulu this week,
where he has employment and where he
will make his future home. He is a good
C. G. Bartlette, the manager of the
Houolnlu Brewing and Malting Company
is on Maui in the iuterest of Peerless
Beer aud Primo Beer, both of which are
manufactured by this company.
Mrs. Rodriguese, formally of Honolulu
has opened dressmaking parlors in the
Tarn Yau Block, Makawao. Patronage
Dr. Carey, the dentist, wishes to an
nouuee that he will soon return to Maui
where be will make periodical visits and
will attend free of charge to any work he
formerly did that may need his attention
The many friends of D. H. Davis were
glad to greet him on the streets of Wai
luku this week. Dickey has a host of
friends on Maui, who are always glad to
see him. He is here to place orders for
Peerless Beer and Primo Beer, and if these
two beverages are as popular as Dickey,
their sale will be limitless.
.Miss Annie Hattie returned on Friday,
from her holiday visit at her home in
Hilo. Miss Mahani Coleman, who is to
teach in the Seminary, came on the same
steauier also. She has been assistant to
Mrs. C. E. Kinir. She has brought two
younger sisters with her, making five
Coleman sisters now in the Seminary.
Kohala Midgef -
Theo. II. Dayies & Co. have issued
very credible calendar in which a relief
map of Maui is a prominent feature.
Many pictures of the most attractive
scenes of Maui are given. The choice of
Maui as the main feature of the calendar
was due to an article published in the
Maui News by Acting Editor Charles
Wilcox a year ago.
The Board of Supervisors of Hawaii
turned down the request of County Clerk
Kai for the anoointment of Affonso as
Deuutv Countv Clerk on the
ground that he is a member of the legis
lature. Their action was justified as the
Organic Act, which provides starvation
pay for members of tl.e Legislature, de
nies them any other official employment,
The Organic Act should be changed so so
as to provide better pay for the legislators
or allow them to hold couuty appointive
Miss H. G. Alexander was a passenger
to Honolulu by the Claudinc of Wednes
day. Mrs. O. G. Seong of Lahaina took the
Claudine Wednesday evening for Hono
lulu. Hon. H. P,
this week ou
Baldwin went to Honolulu
business. He will return
Police Officer Pestano has been appoint
ed lieutenant in place of the late V. H.
Miss A. Johnson, one of the nurses of
the Paia Hospital went to Honolulu
Rev. Then. A. Waltrip, pastor of the
Kabul u i Church will preach Sunday
evening at the Wailuku, at 7:30 o'clock
Mrs. S. B. Holland went to Honolulu
Wednesday. She will make her home
with her daughter, Mrs. J. J Carey, of
j George W. Carr, the L". S. uiail route
inspector was on Maui this week. He
returned to Honolulu by the Claudine
Dr. J. C. l-'il.gerald, the veterinary
was called down by Chairman Pogue of
the Board of Supervisors last week and
Rev. Theo. A. Wnltrip of Kahului will
preach on Sunday morning for Mr. Dodge
at the Waikapu church, and administer
Rev. R. B. Dodge will preach at the
Kahului Union church tomorrow morn
ing at the usual hour of service in ex
change with the pastor.
The Monthly Ministers' meeting of the
Maui ministers was pastpoued last week
until Feb. 1st. The meeting will be held
at the Kaahumanu church, Wailukn.
Rev. W. Ault and Cashier C. D. Luf-
kin returned from Hawaii Saturday
morning. They found the roads of the
big island in a deplorable condition.
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold social meet
ing at the residence of Mrs. Edmund II.
Hart, Wailuku, on Tuesday, January 25.
Attorney W. A. Kinney has been in
Wailuku this week getting ready for the
water suit of the Wailuku Sugr Com
pany versus the Territory, which will be
tried next week.
The Deputy Supreme Chancellor,
Knights of Pythias, R. A. Wadsworth
went to Hawaii last week and installed
the officers of the lodges at Honokaa and
Hilo and then went to Honolulu where
he performed a like service. He returned
home Tuesday night.
The Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Co.
brought suit against a number of delin
quents this week. All went by default
except a suit for $67.20 against Mrs. W.
Mossman. Judgment was given for the
amount asked for, which, with all costs
and interest and attorney's commissions
brought the amount up to $87.86.
A large number of the Maui ministers
and members of the societies of Christian
Endeavor of the Maui churches left on
either Wednesday or Friday for the
Christian Endeavor Rally in Honolulu
today and Sunday, when Rev. Francis
E. Clark,- popularly called "Father-En
deavor Clarke," will address the Endea
vorors of the Territory at a large rally
On Friday night the Alexander Black,
which went ashore the previous week
near Spreckelsville broke up, and an Sat
urday morning not a single part of the
stranded vessel was visible except the
wreckage aloug the beach. The wreck
age was sold at public auction Saturday
afternoou by Hugh M. Coke. The high
est bid was but Twenty-five dollars, at
which figure the wreckage was knocked
down to the Kahului Railroad Company.
Charles Chamberlain, of Keauae was
sentenced to one years imprisonment and
to pay a fine of jioo for having carnal
knowledge of May Saunders who is his
stepdaughter and who is the youngest
child of the lute James Saunders. If proof
of the exact age of the little girl could
have been made it is probable that a
more serious charge would have been
preferred. Much credit is due Deputy
Sheriff Crowell and Deputy County At
torney Euos Vincent for the mauner in
which the worthless culprit was brought
to justice, i
The annual meeting of the Maui Pub'
lishiug Co., Ltd., will be held at the
offices of Mr. D. II. Case, Wailuku,
County of Maui, on Wednesday, Febru
ary 9, 1910, at 7:30 P. M.
The purpose of the meeting is to con
sider amending the by-laws so as to have
the fiscal year close on December 31st iu
stead of January 31st, for the election of
officers, annual report of Manager, aud
such other business as may need atten
tion and consideration.
Dated January 20, 19 10.
D. II . CASE,
. 2J, 29, Feb. 5.
To Whom It May Concern.
Motice is hereby given that 011 the loth
day Februay, 1910, at to A. M., will be
had final hearing by the Board of Super
visors of the County of Maui, at their
Board Roomt Wailuku, Maui, Terri
tory of Hawaii, of the petition of L. V011
Teuipsky et al., for the opening and
closing of various roads in the vicinity of
Kapalaia, District of Makawao, Island and
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
said roads being described as follows:
Description of road in Makawao, T. H.,
to be abandoned.
First piece. A portion of what is known
as the old t'pper Makawao Kula road,
extending from a point on the Makawao
Oliuda road which is 5,400 feet niauka of
the junction of the Kula-I'eahi road, and
running in a southerly direction to Wai
liou gulch at junction of road through
Kapalaia and the Kula Homestead road,
a distance of 4,350 feet.
Second piece. A branch road running
from a point 011 the alnive road I, loo feet
southerly from the initial point ol said
road as above described, down to the
Kapalaia road to a point 2,600 feet above
(Southeast of) the junction of Kapalaia
road with the Kula main road, a distance
of 2,150 feet.
Description of Road to He Opened.
A road known as the Kapalaia road,
beginning at a point 2,600 feet alxive
(Southeast of) Hardy's comer on the
main Kula road, aud running in a south
erly directly 4,350 feet through the
lands of the Haleakala Ranch to the cen
ter of Waihou gulch to a junction with
the Kula Homestead road at the terminus
of the first road above described.
All persons interested are hereby in
vited to attend said meeting where they
will be given full opportunity to be
heard regarding the disposition of said
Wm. Fred. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
Wailuku, Maui, T. H., January 19, 1910.
IJaii. 22, 1910.
ORDINANCE NO. 15.
AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO THE
PROMULGATION OF ORDINANCES
DEFINING WHEN, HOW, AND IN
WHAT MANNERTHE SAME SHALL
HEREAFTER TAKE EFFECT; AND
REPEALING ORDINACE NO. TWO,
AND ORDINANCE NO. TEN," RE
LATING TO THE SAME SUBJECT
Be it Ordained by the Board of Super
visors within and for the County of Maui:
Section 1. Unless otherwise specifi
cally provided in any giveu ordinance,
all ordinances hereafter passed by the
Board of Supervisors shall take effect
and become obligatory when introduced,
read, notice thereof is given, considered,
passed, and published 111 the manner
Section 2. A proposed ordinance shall
be introduced, and receive its first read
ing, at a stated meeting of the Board,
and filial consideration thereof then be
deferred until the next stated meeting of
Section 3. The Clerk of the Board, as
soon as practicable thereafter, shall pub
lish once a week for a period of two con
secutive weeks, in a newspaper of general
circulation published in the County of
Maui, notice of the introduction and first
reading of such proposed ordinance, giv
ing the title thereof only, and stating
when and where further action thereon
will be taken by the Board. He shall
also post a true copy of such notice uxn
a bulletin loard iu front of or near the
rooms occupied by the Board.
Section 4. At the next stated meeting
of the Board further consideration of such
proposed ordinance shall be had; and if
at such meeting, or any future stated
meeting to which, upon motion, con si
deration thereof way have been deferred
said proposed ordinance shall receive the
approval aud vote of a majority of the
members of the Board, the Original
thereof as passed shall be signed by
the Chairman of the Board presiding at
such last meeting, and attested by the
Clerk of the Board; such attestation
anions; other tilings, to recite the fact
and date of passage, and be impressed
with the County seal.
Section 5. The Clerk of the Board, as
soon as practicable thereafter, shall cause
a true copy of said ordinance to be pub'
lished once a week for a period of two
consecutive weeks in a newspaper of
general circulation published iu the
County of Maui, and also post a true
copy thereof upon a bulletin board iu
front of or near the rooms occupied by
' This Ordinance shall take effect from
and after its publication as provided in
Section 5 hereof.
Board of Supervisors iu and for the
County of Maui.
Wm. F. POGUE,
Attest: Wm. Fkkd. KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors for
the County of Maui.
I hereby certify that the foregoing or
dinance, upon consideration had aud
vote takeu, was passed by the Board of
Supervisors of the County of Maui, on
the 14th day of January, 1910, at the re-
giv'T monthly meeting of said Hoard held
in Wailuku, Maui.
Wm. Frkk. KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors,
County of Maui.
January 22, I9I0.
Sealed tenders will be received by the
Superintendent of Public Works until t2
in. of Saturday, January 29, 1910, for lay
ing the 6", 5",4", 3" and 1 '4" galvan
ized pipe for the Kula pipe line, Maui.
Plans, specifications and proposal
blanks are on file in the office of the De
partment of Public Works, and may also
be had on application from Mr. F. E.
Harvey, Camp Olinda, Maui.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all
Superintendent of Public Works,
(otiolulu, December 29, 1909.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of TORA-
KICHI KUWAHARA, Deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
On Reading and. Filing the Petition of
Sada Kuwahara, of Wailuku, Maui, al
leging that Torakichi Kuwahara, of Wai
luku, died intestate at Wailuku, on the
7th day of November, A. D. 1909, leav-
ng property in the Hawaiian Islands
necessary to be administered upon, ami
praying that Letters of Administration
issue to C. D. Lufkin.
It is Ordered that Monday, the 28th
day of February, A. I). 1910, at 10
o'clock A. M., be and hereby is appoint
ed for hearing said Petition in the Court
Room of this Court at Wailuku, Maui,
at which time and place all persons con
cerned may appear aud show cause, if any
they have, why said Petition should not
be granted, and that notice of this order
shall be published once a week for three
successive weeks iu the Maui News, a
newspaper in Wailuku, Maui.
Dated at Wailuku, January Joth, 1910.
S. B. KINSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Conrt of the Se
EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Se
Notice is hereby given that I will sell
at public auction on January 22, 1910, at
Kihei, twenty head of horses and mules.
The sale will take place in front of the
Kihei Store and will begin at 2 p. 111.
Part of the animals are liroken and part
W. F. CROCKETT,
Will all those who have accounts
against me 011 the Island of Maui kindly
leave same at the First National Bank of
Wailuku, where arrangements will be
made for monthly payments.
FREDERIC J. CHURCH,
Card of Thanks.
The family and relatives of the late W.
H. Rogers wish to extend their many
friends their sincere thanks for floral de
corations and words of sympathy in their
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Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday nlnl'tof eaeh month at 7. HO
Vitiitintr br ethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
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Kr'uliir iiu-clinK will lc held at the
Knights of l'ythius Hall, Wailuku, 011 the
sicond mid fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting ini-inliers are cordially in-viU-d
to atU iul.
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