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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, APRIL3, 1910
Mrs. Cornwall returned to Honolulu
Robert Hind whs a passi'iier to Homo.
lulu this week.
Lee Hop and daughter went to Hono
lulu this week.
The Maui Meat Market parries fresh
mutton at all times.
J. "Hclitieson took the Climiline Wed
uesdny for Honolulu.
Senator A. N. Hay selden was a Wai
.luku visitor this week.
Mrs. D. B. Murdock was a. passenger
to Honolulu this week.
II. M. Coke of Wailuku wants your in
surance and auction liusincss.
The thirteenth censns was begun l'ri
day with an army of enumerators.
Mr. W. E. Shaw is on Maui taking the
manufacturing census of the island:
Judge R. P. Quarles of Honolulu is in
Wailuku this week on legal business.
Attorney James h. Coke was in Wai
luku the early part of this week on legal
Approximately two acres of rice land
below Wailuku mill is for sale. Apply
to this office.
Dr. J. J. Carey returned to Honolulu
Wednesday after filling many successful
W. L. Decoto was in Wailuku Satur
day evening and Sunday. He attended
the Knights of Pythias anniversary ball.
Dr. Geo. S. Aiken is in Haua on a
professional visit for which reason he will
be a week late in making his Paia visit.
Mrs. Rodriguese, formally of Honolulu
uasbpened dressmaking parlors in the
Tam Yau Block, Makawao. Patronage
During Cashier Luikin's short absence
from Maui, Mr.A. N. Hayselded will as
sunie the management of the Lahaina
National Bank. .
Attorneys, Kinney and Prossercame up
to' Vailuku Saturday and were engaged
in the trial of cases before Judge Kings
,bury this week.
During Cashier Lufkiu's short absence
from Maui, Mr. I). H. Case will assume
the management of the First National
' Bank of Wailuku. '
' The Women's Aid Association of the
Wailuku Union Church will meet with
Mrs. Leslie West on Tuesday afternoon,
April 26th, at 3 o'clock. ,
Mr. J. B. Thompson has purchased a
Cadillac auto of . von Hamni-Voung
through Mr. Schoeuing. The car is one
of the best niaclunes made.
W. H. Field of the Maui Hotel return
ed home from Honolulu Tuesday much
improved in health, He has just under
gone 'a successful surgical operation.
A. Colquhoun and family left for Ho
nolulu Wednesday Mr. Colquhoun has
been succeeded by Mr. Crawford as night
engineer of the Wailuku Sugar Co's mill.
The Wailuku Auto Compauy wants
your business. We have good cars and
ANTONE DO REGO,
. .. Manager.
Scare head articles containing serious
charges against some of the Maui officials
appeared in the Star and Advertiser this
week. The grand jury is now in session
and will make a thorough investigation.
The Paia Portuguese Church and the
Makawao Union CI)' ch will hold a
union song and Praise Service in the
Paia Portuguese Church tomorrow night
April 24th, at 7:30 o'clock. All are cor
Judge Robinson has dismissed the or
der to show cause wlv the city ami coun
ty of Honolulu should not be enjoined
from entering in a contract with contract
or A. J. Gilnian to have Fort street with
. Attorney E. A. Douthitt and Mrs.
t uthitt returned to Honolulu Friday.
Mr: Douthitt is an attorney of recognized
ability and iu the defence of two defen
dants charged with crimes he proved
himself an able attorney of great ability.
Mr. C. D. Lufkin leaves Maui today
for a few weeks trip to Illinois. He sails
iiy S. S. Wilhelmiua and when awayVill
attend the Eighty-fifth anuiversay of his
mother's birthday. Madame l.ufkin is iu
excellent health and will enjoy the pres
ence of all lnkfhildrcu on this anniver
sary. PAIA ANTI-OPIUM SOCIETY.
The Paia Anti-Opium Society resject
fully asks the general public to consider
the evil effects of opium to the users' of
the drug and aid the society in every
way fossible to stamp out this social evil
. which is not only a curse to the Chinese
people but to all humanity.
Manager II. A. Baldwin is erecting a
hospital where opium users are til be
, treated free. All users of the drug who
wish to free themselves of fheir Iiondage
are requested to correspond with the
above named society. -
When you feel hungry today the Man
naolu Alumni Association will supply
your wants at a Hawaiian luau at the
Town Hall. The proceeds of the luau
and dance which is to follow will be
used toward educating the orphan chil
dren of former Maunaolu students.
Everybody is going to the K. of P.
Hall next Saturday night, the 30th, to
hear the monologue and the music and
also the first class comedy and so we de
sise to give a little tjide information to
the readers of the Maui New only, and
that is come early, if you want a good
seat; for it is sure going to be packed.
While Honolulu residents seem to have
been peacefully slumbering, Maui resi
dents have seen I (alley's comet. Mr.
II. I). Sloggett and J. D. Seabury and
others saw the comet alxjut 4 o'clock
in the morning of the 19th. Judge A.
N. Kepoikai and many others saw it on
the 20th, while it seems to have not been
seen in Honolulu until the 21st.
Monthly Drill and Business
Tht" monthly fin- drill of the
volunteer fire company was held
Saturday with n fair attendance.
The lMiy.1 are doing excellent work
and this organization in of the great
est service to Wailuku. After a suc
cessful drill a husiness meeting was
hold at -which the following was
Wailuku, Maui, April 10, 1910.
Wailuku Fire Company No. 1 held
a drill from 4 to 5:15 p.m. A
business meeting of the Company
was called, Foreman W. E. Hal
presiding. -Present were Chief En
gineer Jos. Welch, Foreman NV.'K.
.Bal, Squad leaders Chas. Uoseand
S. Kcliinoi, Geo. Kunukau, " Ikuwa
Kalakaua, Piko Kaacpa, M. Paresa,
W. E. Bal Jr. M. Coelho, Abel
Rogers A. 1 Naone, Bill Kahalc
wailua, L. M. Baldwin and excused
J. N. K. Keola, M. A. JYrreira,
Kahakauwila, E. Paulo, Kama Pai-
kaka T. B. Lyons and Hugh M.
Chas. Rose moved that a list of
the membership of this Company be
posted in the Engine room. .Second
ed by Joe AVeleh and carried Chas.
Ruse was instructed by the Foreman
to typewrite the list. .
Joe Welch moved that the Fore
man be instructed to secure the fol
lowing articles for the engine: 1 10
ft. 1 hose, 1 lb., packing, 1 GM
monkey wVench, 1 12" monkey
wrench, 1 2 lb. hammer, 5 gal.
speedy shine, 1 ton coal, 2 J 2 gal.
XXX cylinder oil, 1 squirt can, 12
feet steam hose, 1 poker and 1 S
wrench. Seconded by Ikuwa Kala
kaua and carried.
Ikuwa Kalakaua moved that the
A. Borba Mdse. bill amounting to
$2.25 bo paid. Seconded by Manuel
Coelho and carried.
The committee appointed at the
last meeting to prepare boxes for
the ditches so as to insert the end
of the hose in the water lagged leave
for an extension of -time, and the
same was granted.
Miguel Paresa moved to adjourn.
Seconded by Piko and carried.
Wailuku and Xahului to be
Definite steps were taken Monday
t incorporate an electric light and
iH)Wer company by the holders of
the franchise granted some time ago
The meeting was held at the oflici
of the ilaklwin National Bank. Tht
stock was subscribed five times over.
Committees were appointed to draft
articles of association and by-laws
The company will be incorixirated
ut an early date, ollicers will 1
elected, and work will begin sooi
Eighth Anniversary of Dedi
cation of Castie Hall.
Last Saturday evening the mem
bers of Aloha Lodge, Xo. 3, Knights
of Pythias, and their friends cele
brated with a grand ball the eighth
anniversary of .the dedication of
their Castle Mall, on Mill street,
At a little before eight o'clock the
members and their faniiliestfud in
vited guests began to arrive and in
a short while the hall was filled
with as happy lot of men and wo
men as ever gathered to enjoy them
At eleven o'ejock refreshments and
coffee were served, after the. par
taking of which dancing was resum
ed find continued until midnight.
The dancers then departed to their
homes, satisfied that they had spent
a most vnjoyable evening..
The committee in charge of the
entertainment is to be commended
for the excellent manner in which
they.carricd out the affair.
l)au Quill acted as floor manager
and performed his duty to the satis
faction of all present.
The music was furnished by the
Laniuma quintet club, and the mus-
eians were certainly at their- best,
for after every dance an encore' was
For fresh Mutton send your, orders to
fhe Maui Meat Market. We carry this
meat at all times. Send in your orders
at least twelve hours ahead in order to
give Us time to get the meat out of cold
MAUI MEAT MARKET,
. . Wailuku.
Notice is hereby given ' that the part
nership heretofore . existing between
Antone do Rego and Y. Maruoua has
been dissolved by mutual consent.' An
tone do Rego retains the business and
pays all accounts and claims against the
company, has sole power to collect the
outstanding debts due the said partner
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Mar. 31, 1910.
ANTONE DO REGO,
April 23-30. May 7-14.
I pair good Hawaiian bred work mules
Broken single, double .and saddle,
Price 120. Apply to
W. G. SCOTT,
tf. Paia, Maui.
One Yale motor cycle iu perfect order.
Apply A., care Maui News.
Markki SiR., ' Waii.ukd
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full line, nf popular brands ot
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RESOLUTION No. 02O.
UK IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD
OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COt N
TY OF MAI" I, TERRITORY OF
Tliat the Organization, Rules and Reg
ulations of the Malulaui Hospital be and
the same are amended as follows:
That in paragraph 13, line 3, the words
"one dollar (fi.oo)" he stricken out, and
in place thereof the words "one dollar
and fifty cents (jM.50)" be inserted; and
in lines five and six of the same para
graph, the words "one dollar and twenty
five ceiits.(i.2s)" be stricken out, and in
place thereof the words "one dollar and
seventy-five cents (1.75)" be inserted, so
that paragraph 13 as anientkd shall
"TMients, not indigents, occupying
beds iu the ward andattendd,by a mem
ber of the Honorary Staff, shall be charg
ed one dollar and fifty cents ($1.50) per
day. Patients, not indigents, occupying
beds in the ward and attended by a phy
sician not V member of the Honorary
btaH shall be charged one dollar and
seventy-five cents (1.75) per day."
That in paragraph 14, line i.the figures
"(2.50)" be stricken out and in place
thereof the words "three dollars (f3.oo),'
be inserted, and iu"lhie five of the same
paragraph the words "three dollars
($3.00)" be stricken out and in place
thereof the words "three dollars and fifty
cents ($3.50)" be inserted; so that para
graph 14 as amended shall read as fol
"Patients occupying private roomsand
attended by a member of the Honorary
Staff shall becharged three dollars ($3.00)
per day for such room and nursing.
Patients occupying private rooms and
attended by a Physician not a member of
the Honorary Staff shall be charged three
dollars and fifty cents (3.50) per day for
such room and nursing."
That paragraph-16 be stricken out and
in lieu thereof the following be substi
tuted. 16. "The Managing Committee may in
special and extreme cases, when the pay
ment of the regular fee stated iu para
graphs 13 'and 14 shall evidently and
plainly work a hardship on any patient,
reduce the charges to that "particular
patient, such reduction shall be rejxjrtcd
to, and receive the approval of, the Board
of Supervisors at their next stated
That a new paragraph to be numbered
paragraph 16a be inserted after paragraph
16 to read as follows: . '
" "16a. Any corporation, firm or person
paying for 50 to 100 hospital days, in the
ward, in any one mouth, shall be charg
ed at the rate of $1.25 per day; providing
the attending physician be a member of
the Honorary Staff, and over loo hospital
days in any one month at the rate of
$1.00 pef day. If the attending physi
cian be not a member cf the Honorary
Staff, .these charges shall be $ 1.50 and
f 1.25 per day respectively."'
That. in paragraph 19, line one, the
following sentence be stricken out "Ex
cepting as provided-by Paragraph 16,"
so that paragraph 19 as amended shalH
read as follows:
''The Hospital shall be open to all
persons who may desire medical treat
ment, and any patient, on being register
ed as an inmate shall accept, abide by
and be subject to these rules."
Tliese amendments shall take effect
from and after the 1st day of May, 1910.
Presented by -T.
B. LYONS, Supervisor.-
VM. FRED. KAAE,
RESOLUTION No. 021.
BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD
OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUN
TY OF MAUI, TERRITORY OF
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
f Maui, at his office in the County seat.
That oil purchasers of water shall, at
their own expense, install in their 'con
nection pipe not more than ten (10) feet
from the government main, a meter for
the measureme lit 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 Ho be securely locked
with a padlock, the key of such padlock
lobe 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
stallation of same to be approved by the
District Overseer of Wailuku.
T. B. LYONS, Supervisor.
WM. FRED- KAAE.
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Do you play 5ase hall, Foot hall, Basket ball,
Tennis, Golf, Hand hall, Croquet or any of the many
games that are played in tliese Islands? If you do,
or if you go iirfor Athletic? of any sort, send to US -for
your equipment and we will guarapte satisfaction.
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dents of this islands who help support the various
enterprise of Maui.
We ask for your trade as we believe Trfro "
to your interest as well asQur selves to su
port Local Enterprises.
We carry every thing in our line you requin
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