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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1910
t Xocals anb personals
It. P. Robertson was a passenger tot
city this week.
T, B. Collins was a passenger to Hono
lulu this week.
C. Aim, a merchant of Waihee went to
the city this week.
Louis von Tempsky was a visitor to
Wailuku this week.
Mrs. William von Scggern went to
Honolulu this week.
Mrs. iv. .iaiuna was a passenger to tile
metroix)lis this week. !
M. Cregulho of jviila was n passenger;
to Honolulu this week.
The prohibition forces have already
began activities on Maui.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ilouthilt are
guests of the Wailuku hotel.
It. M. Coke of Wailuku wants your in
surance and auction business.
Judge A. N. Keiwikai returned from
Honolulu, where he was on legal busi
ness. Mrs. h. Kauhaihao and child took pas
sage on the Claudine this week for Hono
lulu. - -
D. II. Hnvis paid Maui a business visit
this week. Dickey is always a welcome
visitor to Maui.
Approximately two acres of rice land
below Wailuku mill is for sale. Apply
to this office.
Mrs. C. A. Beal and child were among
the passengers to Honolulu on this
Billy Greeu is here with his samples
from M. Phillips & Co. Ti e merchants
Ire always glad to see Billy.
F. G. Correa, one of Kula's most sue
ceesful farmers was a passenger to Hono
lulu by this week's CUmdine.
Three horses for the Fourth of July
races are expected here this morning.
Major Collier is one of them.
pr. J. J. Carey, the dentist, is nt the
Wailuku Hotel where he is busily engag
ed repairing teeth for Maui residents.
- Walter V. Drake and Mr. Thomas,loth
of the internal revenue service are on
Maui, and are registered at the Maui
Mrs. Rodriguese, formally of Honolulu
has opened dressmaking parlors in the
Tani Yau Block, Makawao. Patronage
The time consumed in the trial of the
cases so far heard before the circuit court
makes it almost certain that the term
will have to be extended.
Tommy Lane, the horse trainer, is ex
pected to arrive on Maui this morning
He will begin training his string of horses
at once at the Kahului track.
George O. Cooper pf Hana, the most
successful political organizer Hawaii has
. ever known, went to Honolulu this week
as a trial jnror in the federal court.
The Knights of Pythias anniversary
ball will take place tonight. Attendance
is strictly limited to those who are invited
and to all visiting Knights and members
of their families.
The Woman's Guild of tle Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its social
meeting at the residance of Mrs. C. D.
Lfkin, Wailuku, on Tuesday, April 19,
1910, at a:3o p. m.
A machine is on exhibition in Hono
lulu, which is guaranteed to make two
pounds of butter out of one pound of
milk and of one pound of kutter. This is
surpassed by the bpker who makes a
plum pie out of one plum and a bit of
pastry. We hope that neither innova
tions will be adopted on Maui. .
The case of the Territory of Hawaii vs
Joe Pereira, charged with intent to com
mit murder, was on trial Thursday and
Friday before a jury in Judge Kings
bury's court. County Attorney Case is
prosecuting and attorneys Kepoikai &
Ilurchard and A. G. Correa are defending.
The jury returned a verdict of' assault
with deadf weapon. Sentence will be
Absolute Secrecy Required of
Wlii-rcas by the Act of Congress
approved July 2, 1000, tlio Thir
teenth Decennial Census of the
United States is to be taken, In'gin
ning on the fifteenth day of .April,
nineteen hundred and ten; and
Whereas a correct enumeration of
the population every ten years is
required by the Constitution of the
Mitarai, who for several years past has Ijnited States for the purpose of de-
been instructor in the Japanese Budhist tcrmjn; t,,e r(,1)rm.Mtation 0f the
school of Wailuku left Thursday after- , , . , , T.
noon for Kahuku, Oahu, where he will several Hates in the Ilouseof Ilepre-
nccome a Budhist priest. The scholars of sentatives; and
the school accompanied bv a number of Whereas it IS of the Utmost till-
RESOLUTION No. 920.
BR IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD
OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUN
TY OF MAVI, TERRITORY OF
Honolulu Ironworks Co.
That the Organization, Rules and Reg
ulations of the Malulani Hospital be and
the same are amended as follows:
That in paragraph 13, line 3, the words
"one dollar ($1.00)" be stricken out, and
in place thereof the words "one dollar
and fifty cents (f 1.50)" be inserted; and
in lines five and six of the same para
graph, the words "one dollar and twenty
five cents ($1.25)" be stricken out, and in
place thereof the words "one dollar and
seventy-five cents (f 1.75)" be inserted, s
that paragraph II m amended shall
read as follows:
"Patients, not indigents, occupying
beds in the ward andjattendedjby a mem
ber of the Honorary Staff, shall be charg
ed one dollar and fifty cents (I1.50) per
day.. Patients, not indigents, occupying
beds in the ward and attended by a phy-
ATLAS STEAM ENGINES
STANDARD GAS ENGINES
local Japanese accompanied the teacher p,irtance to the linterests of all the "ot a member of the Honorary
up to the Wailuku Union school where ' , , ...... f. . "ff shall be charged one dollar and
, 1 . people of tlie I lilted Matt'S that tills sevi!tv-five cents (i Tel ner dnv "
thry bade farewell and gave rousing . ,, , , , , scveiuy-nve cents 1.75; per uny.
thry bade farewell and gave rousing
"banzais" to the departing pedagogue.
census should be a complete and That in paragraph 14, line a.the figures
accurate report of the population "(iM-So)" te stricken out and in place
The entire household effects of the un- I ,1 ,.,.,.,.,.,. f 4i, 4.... thereof the words "three dollars (JvooV
Now, therefore, I, William How-
be inserted, and in line five of the same 1
dersigned are offered at private sale, tan
be seen any time. Consisting of Bric-a- . " " . """"" I paragraph the words "three dollars
Brae, Rugs, Mission Furniture, Rockers, aru laft I resident of the tinted ($3.00)" be stricken out and iti place
Tables, Dressers, Beds, Pictures, Plants, States of America, do hereby declare thereof the words "three dollars and fifty
Ice Chest, Meat Safe, Singer Sewing all niake known that, under the cents (3.50)" be inserted; so that para
Machine, -Fine siuging Canaries and ft,j nfori,saJ,l) ft ' jrt tin- duty of every KraPn M amended shall read as fol-
numerous other articles.
W. H. BENNET,
I March 9, 19, 23.
' I "Pfltipntft opriinvinir tirivate rontnsann
census schedules applying to liini atlemled by a member of the Honorary
and the family to which he belongs, staff shall becharged three dollars (JI3.00)
and to the farm occupied by biin or per day for such room and nursing,
his familv. and that aiiv adult re- Clients occupying private rooms and
. . . 1 . 1 . -. ..14 atteuded by a Physician not a member of
fusing to do so is subject to peniuty. .... . a . , 1 1 1 i
, , , . the Honorary Staff shall be charged three
lhe sole purpose of the census is dollars and fifty cents (3.50) per day for
to secure general statistical in for- such room and nursing."
million regarding the population That paragraph 16 be stricken out and
and resources of the country, and in 1CU thereof the following be substi-
r I iA "Tim Tatiaritir Prttttfiii t ti mav in I
MOrmOnS Are ACtiVe in on,7 in or,1( V to IH'lnlitU,c.colnPi- special and extreme cases, whence pay-
i.iiion in puuii Bi-iii-iiii piaiiBiics. ment of tUe regular fee stated in para-
tlUina census has nothing to do with tax- graphs 13 and 14 shall evidently and
ation. with army or jury service, plainly work a hardship on any patient,
n . 1 v M.r.l OP ni in with-the compulsion of school atten- reduce, the charges to that particular
On Saturday March 26 nt 10 . patient, auch reduction shall be reported fc
'dock . m. one hundred and ,lnn"'' W,th " to. and receive the approval of.the Board g
,. , gratlon, or With the enforcement. of o( Supervisors at their next stated
cert and ball were given as a meet
Mr. J. Garcia, assistant cashier of the
First National Bank of Wailuku, sailed
on tlie Claudine Saturday to Hilo. He
' and Mrs. Garcia are expected to return
by the Mauua Kea this morning.
Frank Medeiros, manager of the Maui
Dry Goods & Grocery Company left on
the Ilyades for the coast Wednesday
where he will purchase a line of fumi
ture for his progressive company.
The Wailuku Auto Company wants
your business. We have good cars and
ANTONE DO REGO,
"Charges of graft as well as incouipe
teuce seem to be extremely common on
the island of Hawaii. It seems to . lie too
.bad thai the people on that island cannot
get together and elect honest competent
men tor offices.
Mrs. E. S. Poole and children 'took
passage on the Claudine this week after
visiting Mrs. Poole's sister, Mrs. V,
Boeck of Puuneue. Mrs. Poole -goes to
Manila, where she will join husband
who was at one time employed on th
..-The auction sale of many useful arti.
cles at 1).e Manhattan Cafe will take
place at 2:30 o'clock today. Hugh M
Coke, the auctioneer, will handle the
hammer, and is syVe to knock down to
you something valuable and just what
you want, lie sure to be there.
A iiuinU r of buililiiiL's recently erected
and others in process of construction on
on Vineyard .street emphasizes the nar
rowness of that street which should be
one of the main thoroughfares of the
towu as it has many advantages, and
should be one of the must popular resi
dence sections of Wailuku.
The name that you always find on the very best
Sporting Goods made. We are the Spalding Distri
butors for this Territory and carry a splendid stock
of these well known goods.
Do you play Base ball, Foot ball, Basket ball,
Tennis, Golf, Hand ball, Croquet or any of the many
games that are played in these Islands? If you do,
or if you go in for Athletics of any sort, send to US
for your equipment and we will guarantee satisfaction.
.1 . . 1.1 .1 :- T.i:..f " ' . ...
imiiy-llire usseimncu 111 11 m.-iu-i nnv llllt .,., 1 ,. (,r ,.:,.
ociety 'Conference. At 2:30 ISO ordinance, nor can any person be That a new paragraph to be numbered
gathered in Primary Conference of harmed in any way by furnishing PWPb 16a be luserteilafter paragraph
D v I I 1 A (r vua1 an fr I-ira
. Ui. !.,f....,4:.. w.l in
That evening a eon- u"""l'" . ..l6a. Any corporation, firm or person
need Ik no fear that any disclosure Wylne for w to 100 hospital days, in the
Will lV miUm VOfTiWi lfr flllV llllllVl I tmvA in ai rtna ntnnrli clidll Kf nltnrcr.
. 1 1 ...is. a l 1 iA - o "- , ,T.,.f ... -o
ing nouse ikmicih. euutmy ui u. . nf yof tu, ed at the rilte of $U3$ day. proviaig
m. bunday hehool convened with tlu0.proU'C-tion of tin' rights and in- lhe ""ending physician be a member ot
om,,(,l . i:f mm- L 4....4i. .,.. the Honorary Staff, and over 100 hospital
ral meeting assembled. At o p. m. tormution every employee 01 me jIi00 per day. If the attending physi- d
hundreds n'i-A fed nt the lu ui which P-" ' c n he not a lnember cf tlie Honorary
hund.(dswLr .ft latthtliuu Ml.icl. ,K,avy disclosing any Suffi thesecharge9 shan be fi.50 and
is a custom 01 iiit ijuniiiuuiB. 411 uuoi liuiliou wiiiuu may inns conic 1 1. .iv TeSnectivelv
1 1 1 1 11 . 1 1 - ' j
the evening at 7: 30 Mutual Improve- 10 ',UJ Kiiowiuitc. That in paragraph 19, line one, the
. . .,- ,.. iw,i 1 .;tli 1 .- rr I 1 u'l-icioic v.um.-nnj u.Bv-- oiviu i following sentence be stricken out Ex
ment Assoc.aUon was held with 12o all p,. to answer promptly, ti 9provi(ied by Paragraph l6,
present. compieieiy, anu accurately an in-1 that paragraph 19 as amended shall
. . , . , . . . 1 onirics uuiiawu to iiiein uy me i i . , i,n -EiL'ht
stace loads were present P . ... . ... .. . .. , reaa as louows
" enumeraiors or oiner employees oi ..ti. tt.,:.i i.n k n
from the Wailuku side. The prin- the Census Bureau, and thereby to I m,. i, , ,a; tat.
cipal speakers were Samuel E. Wool- contribute their share toward inak- ment aml au Uent on register-1
lw P.;,W rJ th. TLiwniinn Mis- VX: ed as an inmate shall accept, abide by
xj v.-.v.v...v i uiMttrmKiiig u BULxren.
offered tile dedieatorv In Witness Whereof, I have here-
. . i . ri untsetmy hand ana caused the
piuycis, ixu.u.m... .uUi., f . united States to be ivtlix-
W. Kinney, and Minerno Fenian- ed,
X Tlia-.5t.r, f bi f,.llmviii xvere iiono ai uie eny OI uasomgioi.
...... .... ...... ....... ...o 'this fifteen day of March.-A. I), one
guests from Honolulu.' thousand nine hundred and ten. and
Edwin Fernandez, Clara Horner, 0f the Independence of the United
Daisy McKeague, L. II. Kane, Status of America, the one hundred
Elizabeth Kane and child, Miss B. and thirty-fourth.
tseau i m. ii. i.r 1 .
and be subject to these rules."
These amendments shall take effect
from and after the ist day of May, 1910.
April 16- 33.
T. It. LYONS, Supervisor.
WM. FRED. KAAE,
v County Clerk.
RESOLUTION No. 921.
The attention of LoCfll Retailers and the
Public at large is called to the fact that we are
a local concern and our stock holders are resi
dents of this islands who help support the various
enterprise of Maui.
We ask for your trade as we Indieve it to be
to your interest as well as our selves to sup
port Local Enterprises.
We carry every thing in our line you require.
Give us your Patronage.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
JiliWWlUWWW 1UJUM.JU WiUlUllWUIUJIWU WW wwi?
0. Wright, Ester Kinney, Mrs.
David Notley, Miss Helen Notely,
Mrs. Lima, Mrs. S. K. Paulo Jr.
also . the wife of President IS. E.
The Mormon boys of Laliainaluna
school gave a lesson and rendered
By the President :
P. C. Kxox,
(Secretary of State,
BE IT RESOLVED BV THE BOARD
OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUN
TY OF MAUI, TERRITORY OF
PAIA ANTI-OPIUM SOCIETY.
The Paia Anti-Opium Society respect-
I .. , . 1 .. . , .
... 1 luuy asKS me general nuunc 10 cousmcr
assistance m the conference bring- ' B
- . . I L11C CUi CUCV. 13 UI UnUUI HI iV H3.ia W
niglorin commems m pnum- uj-uu , , id the ; t , every
the boys and the good school from wav jossible to stamp out this social evil
which they hail. which is not only a curse to the Chinese
Tlw. now eburch hiMse is situated Pple but to all humanity,
.... r .1 i,( ,! w ,w.nr nn.l manager n. A. jiamwin is erecuug
Ull vu,,, ov.i. I,,t wl,, n,i!,,.n nsr are to be
modern. I treated free. All users of the drui who
That from and after the 1st day of
July, 1910. all water sold in the town of
Kahului from the Wailuku-Kahului Wa
ter Works, for irrigation and domestic
purposes, shall be sold by the U. S.
gallon; the number of gallons used, to be
ascertained by meter measurement and
to be charged for, at the rate of eight
(8) cents per thousand gallons, payable
quarterly to the Treasurer of the County
of Maui, at his office in the County seat.
That all purchasers of water shall, at
.... , 1 . .1 1 11 ... 1 .... i nni an purcnasers 01 water snail, at
1 he hghting system IS the hollow wis,;U to (ree themselves of the.r bondage lhef Qwn jn con.
wire gasoline system which carried are' retmested to correspond with the
bv .Kt, master Arthur Wall. ve ned c:ty.
-'J I "
The materials cost fl,2."0 and not
one day's paid lalior stands in the
Elder Porter was the carpenter in
charge of the carpenter work Wing
assisted by Elders Flowers, Newman
and Tulljot. '
David Kuaniu and Alva Blake did
the painting. Many new niemlHis
of the church rendered valuable as
sistance not forgetting our numbers
who were loyal all of which we
Thanks Mr. Editor for this space.
ELDER W. J. FLOWERS.
,VM44v 60 YEARS'
I n V 1 1 rJ
fft11 CovmaHT Ac.
nection pipe not more than ten (10) feet
from the government main, a meter for
the measurement of the amount of water
used by such purchaser.said meter to be en
closed in a good and substantial box, the
cover of such box to be securely locked
with a padlock, the key of such padlock
tobe kept by the District Overseer of the
District of Wailuku or his subordinate iu
charge of that branch of the waterworks
The said meter, box, padlock and the in
stallatioti of sauie to be approved by the
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
H o m & s and Lots
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Anrnn lending iketch and description uy I district Overseer of Wailuku.
quickly ufertmn our opinion fre wbeiber tui I
eut frea. Oldust aveuer fur .ecuruMf itut.
OK on Fatvuia
airAiier fur ecuniuf uautiiis.
Patents tH,ken throuirta Muun s Co. rclv
tpecial notUt without ciiarii, lulu
A handtomelr Illustrated WMklr. I.ameat elr.
culalluil ot nv .lentiao lourual. Terms. Si
your : (our niunilt. L Bold bjll nswwieaiera.
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iliwicu Omo fig F BU WaabUwluu, U. C.
T. Bf LYONS, Supervisor.
WM. FKKU- KAAE,
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