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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY JULY, 2, 1910
! Xocals I
Hurrah fur the fourth of July!
There was a rain fall of two and sixty
two hundredth inches in Kula the last
American business houses in Wailuku
are decked in fourth of July colors of red,
white and blue.
DON'T FORGET TO ATTEND THK
RACKS ON JULY 4th if you want to see
some good sports. The crowds will he
Of the twenty-seven Normal School
graduates only two are from Maui, Miss
Hannah Cummings and Miss Eleanor
Mrs. W, J. Stone has just received a
lot of Princess dress, suits (wicy net waist
Veils and hat which are just the thing
for the fourth ol July.
Tain Loo, who has missed a lew pork
ers from his Onmopio hog ranch, has a
trespass notice 111 this issue which should
be heeded as he lias a g mil at home.
The police pttiled in eighteen trap
shooters from Kahului last Sunday. Each
of them forfeited $5.00 bail except one
who put up $10, enriching the County by
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
. the Good Shepherd has adjourned all
meetings for the Summer recess. The
next meeting will be called in Septem
ber. Judge S elden B. Kingsbury will de
liver the address at the patriotic service
to De held at the Wailuku Union Church
on Sunday, July 3rd. at half past seven
Judge Kingsbury adjourned the balance
of the June term of his court from Lahai
na to Waiiuku where the business of the
term was completed and final adjourn
ment of the term made.
C. D! Lufkin, Cashier, has resumed
managemeut of the First National Bank
R. C. Searle Jr. of Honolua, Lahaina
has been appointed Time-keeper to serve
at the Kahului Race Track in conjunc
tion with John Vasconcellos and Dr. J.
H. Farrel, previously appointed.
Ten autos and fourteen carnages
miaiihged to find standing room on the
little plot of ground besides the ware
house at McGregor's landing while wait
ing for passengers from the Mauna Kea
Tuesday evening last. . '
' ' At the church of the Good Shepherd
on S mday next services will be as fol
lows: Sunday School at 10 a. in., and
" the Holy Communion with sermon at 1 1
o'clock. The evening service will be
held at Fuuiiene Hall at 7:45.
DON'T FORGET THAT THE RACES
COMMENCE at 9 a. m. on next Monday,
and not any later than that. Secure your
tickets early acid avoid the jam or rush
on Monday. Tickets are on sale at the
Maui Dry Goods Co's store and at Puu
oene Store Kahului.
The report of the proposed establish
ment of a Japnese bank in Lahaina is
without foundation. Bank failures are
nothing new to Japanese and they are
hard headed enough to prefer the safe
old establishments to the uncertainties
of unknown ones.
Cashier C, D. Lufkin has returned and
has resumed management of the Lahai
' na National Bank.
Johh O'Rourke of Hilo arrived Friday
night last week. He has his four horses
entered in eight different races. He pro
ounced Spreckels park race course to
be the best grounds he had ever seen in
the Islands, which is quite a compliment
from the rainy city to the windy city.
At a meeting of the trustees of the
Wailuku Union Church held at the Li
brary of the parsonage last week it was
v.ted to purchase the new Pilgrim
Hymnal for the use of the church and
congregation. The new Hymnal will be
hre in three or four weeks, it is expect
A petition signed by over seventy peo
ple was presented to the liquor license
commissioners asking that the interdict
against the sale of liquor in Wailuku
July fourth be rescinded. The board de
clined to reconsider its action, and Wai
Itiku will celebrate the fourth without
A linen shower was given in honor of
Miss Jeunie Hansen at the home of Mrs.
George Wilbur on Thursday afternoon.
It was a complete surprise to the young
"lady. About twenty of the Wailuku ladies
were present. She received many beauti
fuland useful articles in liuen, after which
delicious refreshments were served.
The Normal school graduates for this
year are, Annie Auiuna, Maude de Brwt
Seville, Helen Cathcart, I'aimuu Cum
Brings, Grace Chang, Elizabeth Chang,
Virginia Carvalho, Elizabeth Desha
. bmmaUoo, Mary Grote, bliabeth lleen
Bertha Kau, David Kalaau, Annabelle
Low, Edwin Lindsay. Tokie Miamoto
Annie Napier, Hedwig Otremba, John
ravao, Henrietta Smith, Augeliue Suva
Paul Tullctt, Michi Tauaka, Helga Wi
kander, Amy Wong, Eleanor Wilcox
St. Anthony school commencement ex
ercises were had last Monday aid all the
numbers of the well rendered program
were enjoyed by the visitors. A duett by
Anton Robinson and Archie Hal was es
pecially fine, and the instrumental music
as well as the singing were appreciated
by all. The people of Wailuku take pride
in the excellent educational work of this
school, and have faith in Brothe? Frank
the principal anil his able assistants.
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
In the matter of the Estate of Henry
Martyn Alexander, Late of Haiku, Maui.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against the Estate of Henry
Martyn Alexander, late of Haiku, County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, to present
the same to the undersigned, Ina B.
Alexander, executrix of said Estate, at
Spreckelsville, Maui, or to II. P. Bald
win, Pumieue, Maui, within six mouths
from date of puhlicati ;ii of this notice,
or payment thereof will be forever bar
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 29th day
f June, 1910.
INA B. ALEXANDER,
Executrix of the Estate of Henry
July 2, 9, 16, 23.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT TERRITORY OF
At Chambers-In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of AN
DREW KAPAKU, late of Lahaina,
Order of Notice of Hearing, Petition
On Reading and Filing the Petition of
Kali Kapaku, widow of deceased, of La
haina, Maui, alleging that Andrew Ka
paku, of Lahaina, Maui, died intestate
at Lahaina, Maui, on the loth day of
June, A. D. 1910, leaving property in the
Territory of Hawaii necessary to be
administered 'upon, and prayiag that
Letters of Administration issue to A. N.
IT IS ORDERED, that Mouday, the
8th day of August, A. D. 1910, at to
'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 and show cause, if
any they have, why said Petition should
not be granted, and that notice of this
order shall be published ouce a week for
three successive weeks in the "Maui
News" a weekly newspaper printed and
published in Wailuku, Mdui.
Dated June 30, 1910.
(Sgn.) ' S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Edmund H. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
July 2, 9, 16, 23.
The Town Hall was crowded to
over flowing Saturday evening last
with people who turned Qiit to the
Cantata by the pupils of the St. An
thony Girls' School.
The young ladies were well drill
ed in their parts and everything
went off as smoothly as any well drill
ed company of players could have
wished. The tableaux set to the red
lights were attractive and pretty,
the Hinging was pleasant to hear and
the acting brought down the house
at times. A solo by Miss Carolyn
Sch'oltz was much appreciated.
After completion of the literary
program the floor was cleared and,
with the Laniuiiia Club furnishing
music, lancing was indulged in by
lovers of the Terpsichorean art until
Many who were unable to get
even standing room only, comment
ed on the size of the town hall, one
wanted it just a bit wider, . another
thought by building it a little long
er the crowd could find room, and
another who found it insufferably
hot inside suggested how much cool
er it would be to carry the walls
few feet higher, all of which will le
an improvement to the town hall
Reservtd seat 'tickets for the show to
be given by Henry Vieira and his
bunch of fun makers at the K. of P. Hall
this evening, are on sale at the Maui Dry
Goods & Grocery Co. Ltd. Store. Those
desiring tickets should make reservations
before it is too late. The show will be
good one, and a treat is in store for those
wishing to bear some good Chinese aud
THE MAUI DRY GOODS & GROCERY CO., LTD.
Desire to Call the
Attention of their
and Patrons to the
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Opening of their
New Furniture De
they will Carry a
Full Line of Bedroom Sets, Tables, Chairs,
Woodenware Goods and House Furnishings.
Goods May be Bought on the Installment Plan
AN INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO YOU TO CALL AND INSPECT.
MAUI DRY GOODS & GROCERY CO., LTD.
Rules fop the Organization and
Government of the Maul Coun
ty Form and Sanitarium.
(1) THE "MAUI COUNTY FARM
AND SANIATRIUM" is an Institution
founded, aud established in the KULA
DISTRICT, by the COUNTY OP MAUI,
for the care and support of such persons
living within the County, afflicted with,
so called, incurable diseases, for con
valescents from other Public Hospitals,
Aged Indigents and such other persons
who may, by disease or accident, become
permanent public charges and who may
desire to avail themselves of the advan
tages of his Institution.
(a) MANAGING COMMITTEE.
(a) The management and direct go
vernment to the "COUNTY EARM AND
SANITARIUM", shall Tested in a Com
mittee of three persons, to be knowu as
the "MANAGING COMMITTEE" of the
MAUI COUNTY FARM AND SANI-
(b) The "MANAGING COMMIT
TEE" shall be appointed and removed
by, and be responsible to the Board of
Supervisors of the County of Maui. All
actsof the "MANAGING GOMMITTEE"
shall be reported to and approved by the
said BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
(c) The "MANAGING COMMITTEE"
shall be composed of the Chairman of the
Board of Supervisors, the Govern met
Physician for the District of Makawao,
and one private citizen.
(d) The"MANAGING COMMITTEE"
may from time to time prescribe regula
tions for the care of the various classes
of patients, in the Sanitarium, for the
segregation of contagious aud infectious
diseased patients, and for other matters
arising withiu the Sauitariuin.
(e) The "MANAGING COMMIT
TEE" shall compile a schedule of prices
as charges for Pay Patients.
(f) They shall receive aud disburse
thru the Steward all moneys, supplies or
material received from subscriptions,
donations, organizations, or from private
persons or any other source, or subsides
from the Territorial Board of Health or
from any other country.
(g) They shall report monthly to the
Board f Supervisors on all matters of
interest and for the progress and im
provement of the Sanitarium.
(3) MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT.
(a) The MEDICAL SUPERINTEN
DENT shall be appointed by the Board
(b) He shall have the personal and
direct supervision of the Medical and
Surgical branch of the Sanitarium.
(c) He shall receive such compensa
tion as the Board of Supervisors may
from time to time appropriate.
(4) ' DUTIES OF THE MEDICAL SU
(a) The MEDICAL SUPERINTEN
DENT shall by actual examination or
otherwise satisfy himself that any appli
cant foradnissiou is a fit subject, from a
medical point of view, for admission to
( b) Discharge or cause to be discharge
all inmates wheu they are physically in
condition for such discharge;
(c) Purchase, be responsible for, and
disburse all drug9, medicines, &c, used
by the inmates.
(d) He shall have general charge of
the sanitation of the Institution aud shall
instruct the steward so that the best pos
sible sanitary conditions may prevail.
(e) Attend the Sanitarium whenever
his services may be required, and when
ever so requsted by the Steward or the
Chairman of the Managing Committee;
(f) Keep such clinical notes of the
condition of each paiient or inmate as he
or the Mana3ing Committee may deem
advisable for recording the condition of
(g) Prepare and present to the Board
of Supervisors at the end of each calen
dar month and at such other times as the
Managing Committee may direct, a full
medical report of the Sanitarinru.
(b Perform all other duties that may
hereafter be required of him, in con
nection with the Sanitarium, by the Ma
naging Committee or the Board of Super
visors. (5) STEWARD.
(a) There shall be a STEWARD in
direct charge of all the details of the
Sauitarium. ' ,
lb) The STEWARD shall be appoint
ed by the Board of Supervisors upon the
recommendation of the Managing Com
mittee. He may be removed by the Ma
naging Committee for cause.
(.c) He shall receive such compensa
tion as the Board. of Supervisors may
from time to time approprate.
(d) He shall on bis official 'bond be
responsible for all government property 1
within aud for the use of the Sanitarium;
for all moneys received aud disbursed by
him and for the faithful performance of
all duties entrusted to him.
(6) DUTIES OF THE STEWARD.
(a) The STEWARD shall reside oj
the property of the Sanitarium.
(b) He shall have direct charge, un
der the direction of the Medical Sup
erintendent of the sanitation of the In
(c) Have direct charge of all patients
and inmatesH their care and welfare;
(d) The purchase, preparation and
distribution, under the direction of the
Medical Superintendent, of the proper
food, &c, for the inmates.
(e) Subject to the approval of the
Managing Committee, have charge of
the employment and discharge of all
(f) He shall ' under the directum of
the Managing Committee, keep proper
books of account showing the amount
of receipts iu detail, from what source,
aud the amounts of disbursements in detail.
(g) He shall prepare and approve all
claims payable by the County against the
Sanitarium, presenting same to the Coun
ty Clerk, in the same manner as claims
against the County are now prepared and
(h) He shall, from time to time, re
mit to the County Treasurer all receipte
from Pay Patients an d othe-s, that ars
properly County realizations.
(i) He shall have his books of account
iu proper order at all times for examina
tion by the County Auditor and shall
preseut same for examination to the
County Auditor whenever requested so
to do by that official.
( j ) He shall see to it that these rules
and any regulatiou made by the Manag
ing Committee are enforced, and enforced
in such a manner as not to le a hardship
011 the patients aud inmates.
(k) He shall do and perform all duties
required of him by the Managing Com
mittee iu the care aud management of
I He shall at the end of each calen
dar mouth report to lhe Managing Com
mittee on all matters under his juris
diction and performed by him.
7 PATIENTS. ...
a Applicants for admission to the
Sanitarium shall by actual examination
or otherwise satisfy the Medical Superin
tendent of their eligibility to become in
mates of the Sanitarium.
b Inmates shall not leave the bounds
of the Sanitarium without permission to
do so from the STEWARD.
c Inmates may receive visits' from
their friends aud relatives at such times
and under such conditions as the Manag
ing Committee may prescribe.
d Indigent Patients may be requir
ed to perform such suitable light manuel
labor as their physical condition will
e All patients before entering the
Sanitarium shall agree to abide by aud
obey these rules aud such regulations as
the Managing Committee may from time
to time prescribe.
f Except in the case of Indigents,
all patients will be required to furnish
their own bed clothing.'
g The Supervisor of the District
from whence the patient comes shall de
cide whether or not the patient is an In
8 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS,
Iu times of congestion iu the
capacity of the Sanitarium, preference
shall always be given to indigent appli
cants; iu case of congestion in indigent
applicantspreference shall be given to
the aged, next to tubercular, next to
other incurables, next to other public
charges, and lastly to convalescents from
other government hospitals.
9 Applicuutiou for admission to th
Sanitarium may le made ta any'Couuty
Elective officer, to a District Overseer, to
a member of the Managing Committee
to the Medical Superintendent, or to the
10 All licensed praticing physicians,
and especially all Government Physi
cians are respectfully requested to coope
rate with the County Officials, and to aid
them in every way, possible, iu the im
provement and betterment of the effici
ency of the Institution. Their position
will enable the 31 to advise those af-
flicted, aud particularly, their patients, -
the benefits they may derive, by taking
advantage of the opportunities afforded
them by the Institution.
it Any licensed Physician may, un
der the foregoing rules, place their pa
tients in the Saiiitarintn and attend them
Board of Supervisors for aud within the
County of Maui.
By W. F. POGUE.
I hereby certify that the foregoing
rules for the organization anjj gove'rn
mentof the MauiCouuty Farm and Sani
tarium was adopted by the Board of
Supervisors of the County of Maui, at its
regular session held iu Wailuku on the
oth day of juue 1910.
Wm. FRED KAAE.
County Clerk County of Maui.
June 25. July 2.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICAL CIRCUIT. TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of the Estate of LEE
A WAN A.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to all person
having claim agUiust the Estate of Lee
Awana, formerly of Waihee, Maui, Coun
ty of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, to pre
sent the same to the undersigned, Kuiu
Cbong, administrator of said Estate, at
his place of residence in Wailuku, Maui,
or to W. P. Crockett in Wailuku, Maui
within six months from date of publica
tion of this notice, or payment thereof
will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Uiis 13th,
day of Juue, 1910.
Administrator, Estate of Lee Awana.
June it, 25, July 3, 9.
Notice is hereby given that a pound
be and hereby is established at Ualapue,
ill the District of Molokai, the same
being situated on the mauka side of the
government road leadiug from Pukoo to
Kauuakakai aud adjoining Lono's Ku
leaua on the north-east; aud that Robert
Kaauwai be and hereby is duly appoint
ed pouud master for said pound.
W.M. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui,
Wailuku, Juue 9, 1910.
Juue 25, July 2, 9.