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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1910
I riff P.nmmorrinl Intoroct I
A hi nn y nn e e mrn n t
I vi wm m vm vim ivmg
Honolulu, Aug. 23.
The sugar atock situation remains
ahout tlte same ns it was a week ago,
and will probably lack startling fea
tures for several weeks more, for the
principal reason, that the last of the
crop .repoita are now .coming jn ami,
a definite idea, of all outputs is to le
had. In other words, there is no
longer any speculation on yields,
the market having settled upon a
firm basis of. actual outturn, and
the profits of each plantation. Sugar
is high, strong and rising,' the mar
ket today ' for raws being very close
to 4.44 in New York, A steady
advance to the end of the . year is
pretty well assured, unless, indeed,
the beet crop effects the world situa
tion 'more than it has at any like
period in the past.
Speculation therefore, turns to
the hext prop,! or winter grinding,
with prospects jind probabilities de
cidedly on the side of higher prices
for stocks all along the line;.
The one , feature of interest on
Oahu has been the persistent effort
to bear Oahu Sugar Company's
stock, which had been going on for
some time, ? On Friday and Satur
day this stock was forced down to
30, but late Saturday and Monday
recovered somewhat- and at this
writing is salable at about 130.50.
Other Oahu stocks remain practical
Holders of stocks in plantations
on the north and west coasts of Ha
waii are much encouraged at present
on account of a heavy downpour of
rain, which started last Friday night
and ended, Sunday, flooding that
whole section of the country. A
near as can be learned here by
wireless the fall averaged seven in
ches at Kuikuihaele, Honokaa, Naa
lehu, Pahala and along the Kona,
Kohaja and ; Hamakua coasts,
generally.' . , '.','.
Hawaiian Commercial, with an
extra dividend of five per cent to be
paid on- September 5, is receiving a
great deal of merited attention, both
here and on the coast. Sales for the
week have been 560 shares at a to
tal valuation of f22.991.875. The
stock today is $41 bid and $41,125
During Ihe week 74 shares of
Wailuku sold at a total valuation of
$12,690. On the street today $175
is bid for this stock, but none is in
sight for anything like that figure.
Haiku is in demand at $149, but
probably cannot be purchased for
less than 155. Paia is $150 bid,
with no stock' in sight. ' Although
practically on 'the same basis, Paia
still seems to be the favorite stock of
these two on the local market.
No sales, of Pioneer VM have been
made in a week, and holders seem
indifferent , about selling. On the
street 1226 is freely bid, but none of
the stock can be had for less than
$230. .Pioneer is now paying twenty
four per cent, and will soon be up
against a proposition of either pay
ing a heavy extra dividend or carry
ing an unusually large balance over
to the next year. Hackfeld & Com
pany are disposed to think that the
directorate will .favor paying over a
fair 'portion of the year's surplus to
the stockholders, withholding mere
ly a reasonable lialance lor emerg
The total sales of stocks last week
amounted to $150,485,375, and
Monday to $8,636.25, or a grand
total of $158,122,625 for the period
indicated. This is regarded as ex
cellent for the season of the year
The report from Pioneer Mill of a
total yield of 27.29K tons ol sugar
has been received with great satis
faction here, the agents, Messrs
Hackfeld & Company, being especial
ly jubilant over the year's results.
The yield is a little less than that of
last year-27,514 tons but this had
been expected, the acreage being
considerably less. Early in the
year the manager of Iioneer gave
his official estimate of the crop as
"more than 25.500 tons." This
was taken toniean very little more
than, that figure and then some.
The estimate lias proved corrects
Pioneer's harvest this year was from
3,500 acres; next year it will lie from
3,750 acres, an increase of 550 acres.
YV. Pfotenhauer, Vice President
of H. Hackfeld & Company and the
head of the plantation department
of that concern, had this to say this
morning for publication in the Maui
We are more than pleased with
the output of Pioneer Mill, the total
of 27,298 tons-speaking well for the'
management of Mr. Weinzheimer.
But if this yenr's crop is satisfactory,
the prospects, for .next should lie
even more" so. ' We are linvinjr a
most excellent season! There has
been a great deal of raiif in the
mountains and we are having no
wind to speak of. The leaves on the
cane are simple perfect, and if con
ditions remain anything they like
now are, Pioneer will show a tan
ner crop next year." .
Mr. Pfotenhaur was a passenger
by the Mauna Kea today for Lahaina
and will spend the remainder of the
week at Pioneer .Mill.' '
A. Aalberg, for ten years book
keeper at the Pioneer Mill, has been
succeeded by Mr. Little, formerly
liookkeeper at the Waialua planta
Harry A. Baldwin, manager of
the Maui Agricultural Company,
who is in the city with the Maui polo
team, will return home by the Mau
na Kea next Tuesday. While here
he has busied himself with the Ho
nolulu end of the work of rebuild
ing the plantation office and store
at Paia. Most of thedetails are
now complete. .
It has been definitely decided that
the new office building shall be of
reinforced concrete, as near fire
proof as possible and quite hand
some in appearance, both inside and
out. The office will be built on a
site a little lower down than the old
structure, and the store building
willgo higher up, so that they will
oe a saie distance apart, . .
Mr. Baldwin has spent consider-1
able time . planning immense vaults
for books, papers and , other valu-:
ables. This depository will be as!
nearly fire proof as any vault in
Honolulu, and never again will the
company stand in danger of losing
its books and papers by firs.
H. P. Baldwin returned Sunday
morning from Kauai and leaves to
day for Maui. Frank and Harry
Baldwin will return to Puunene and
Paia respectively on the 30th.
W. H. Hoogs, of the Honolulu
Construction' & Draying Company,
contractors for laying the famous
Kula pipe line, is a passenger in the
Mauna Kea for McGregor's,
Wailuku and the scene of his com
pany's operations.' It is calculated
that the pipe line will be finished
during the present week, ..."
T he following passengers are book
ed to sail by the Claudine Friday
afternoon' for Maui, arriving there
Saturday morning: For Kahului
Miss Engle, Mrs. M. W. Hoge,
Miss Lida Crickard, E. B. Turner,
Geo. W. Carr, Mrs. D. C. Lindsay,
and four children, Mrs. Loveland and
servant. For Lahaina W.M.Gra
ham and Miss Lawrence. Mr. Carr
is assistant superintendent of the
railway mail service and goes to
Maui on mail business. , '
Ralph S. ' Hosmer, Territorial
superintendent of forestry, will be a
passenger in the Mikahala for La
nai to investigate, for his depart
ment of the government, the irriga
tion project shortly to be launched
there by John T. McCrosson and
his associates. .Frank E. Thomp-
son, the legal arm of the syndicate
to exploit the possibilities of Lanai,
will accompany Pro. Hosmer on his
rri. f..: l,. i .u ..4iN
hadly. ahout losing the champion
ship on Saturday to Kauai by the
narrow score of 7 1-4 to 6 1-2, and
vow never again." Like the true
sports they are, however; they say
that somebody had to lose and their
defeat will only spur them on to
redouble efforts next time. The,
Mauis play the Oahu team on Satur
day. During the progress of the
Maui-Kauai contestlawt Saturday,
Bonine, the moving picture expert,
took an excellent series of films,
showing every detail oi the hot bat
tie. These pictures will be exhibit
ed here ' la-fore the teams prior to
their departure for home, and may
be sent to Wailuku for display later
The vineyards of ' Kaupakalua are
suffering from a newly discovered insect
The Fire Department was out doing
some (ire drill practise Saturday after
noon last. -
Mr. Axtell has built a woven wire
fence along the lower aide of the new
Wailuku Baseball Park .
The iron frame work of the new Wai
luku Market bnilding is up. Contractor
Patterson is rushing work on It. '
Judge McKay was at Tia Juana, Mexi
co, when last heard from. The Judge
was then headed for Los Angeles.
The Japanese are reported to be great
ly interested in the contest for nomina
tion for the Maui County shrievalty. J1
l ne work, or enlarging the space tor
Carraige and automobile stand at Mc
Gregor landing has ne tn completed. ,
Dr. H. P. Nottage eye, ear, nose and
throat specialist will be at the Paia Hos
pital tor a few days from September 3rd.
Miss Lurena Merriman and Miss Em
ma A. Babcock are spending a few days
this week with Miss Smith at the Paia
Manuel C. Ross of Wailuku has
ceived papers signed by President W. H
Taft granting him full restoration of
civil rights. '
August Reirnann of Napili i reported
t o be out after the Democratic nomina
tion for County Supervisor from the
Miss Rachel B. Olscn, who has been
visiting her friends, the Hannestad family
of Makawao, returned to Honolulu, on
If Delegate Kuliio comes to Kahului' he
will be asked to address the Wailuku
Republicans on his work in Congress
and on the issues of the day.
Mr. Lawrence Judd of Alexander and
Baldwin office force, Honolulu, with his
wife and Infant daughter is visiting his
brother, Rev. Henry P. Judd of Kahului.
, . Mrs! Lucia O, Case and Mr. Harwood
O. Benton left on Tuesday' Mauna Kea
to visit Hilo and Kilanea. - They return
ed last night much pleased to have seen
the wonderful burning pit.
Rev. Henry P. Judd, Pastor of Ka
hului Union Church, left on Tuesday's
Claudine for Honolulu, where he was to
meet Mrs. Judd's sister, who ia coming
to Maul for several months visit. ,
Mr. E. J. Walsh is up in the woods
above Makawao, superintending the lay
ing of the wooden-stave piping for the
forest end of the Kula pipe line on behalf
of the Kahului- R. R. Co., Contractor.
Mrs. Mary Olsen's premises at Pulehu,
Kula, consisting of an acre of land with
improvements was sold under fore
closure of mortgage Monday last. . A.
Tavaresof Maakwao bid the property
in for $35.
The Lahaina Republicans will submit
the following names to the County Con
vention: For Supervisor R. C. Searle;
for senator, Philip Pali; for representa
tive, Edward Waiaholo. It is a good
strong ticket. .
The Republican Club of the Fifth
Precinct, Wailuku, met Tuesday even
ing last and voted down a resolution to
appoint a committee to revise the Clnb
Rolls. Resolutions are not popular with
the Club Just now.
Contractor Laudgrafa work on the
Kula pipeline is all completed except in
few places which would have been all
finished before now only the men have
gone on a strike claiming the pay en
velopes are not forth coming.
There have been two important meet
ings of the Advisory Committee of the
Wailuku Gymnasium this. week. The
work on the building Is now progressing
rapidly, and it is expected that regular
classes will be held soon after the first
Mr: and Mrs. Clifford E. Livingston
of the Kamehanieaa School of' Hono
lulu, were guests at the Wailuku Hotel
this week. They visited Iao Valley and
on Monday they made the ascent of Ha
leaka la. They had a fine night at the
top and were enthusiastic over the beauti
ful scenery of Maui.
Mrs. S.- M. Angus, her daughters.
Misses Myra and Jean K. Angus, and the
little granddaughter, left the Lindsay
home at Paia, Tuesday of this week.
passed through Wailuku on their way to
Lanaina where tney took toe "Claudine
for Honolulu. ' They were enthusiastic
over their visit on Maul this summer.
Rev. Edward B. Turner was a passenger
to Honolulu last week Tuesday. He ex
pects to return this morning and will
preach at the Union Church of Makawao
tomorrow, August 2Stn. The heavy rain
of last Saturday and Sunday prevented
the holding of services. Mr. Dodge was
expected to preach lor Mr. Turner and
was in Makawao for that purpose.
The Wailuku Democratic Precinct
Club elected delegate to attend the
party conventions thia week. For the
Territorial Convention: T. B. Lyons,
Moses Makaiwi, Antone do Rego and L.
N. Bennett Keahi. County Convention:
Moses Waiwaiole, Paie Hau, A. B,
Naonei D. Kalani Laemoa, M. Paresa,
I Juo. Paikaka, R. L. Hoopii, T. B. Lyons
ana u. oiossman.
The Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Co., Ltd.
1 . ' .
Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Co., Ltd.
Remember Your Credit Is Good
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Tenders for Water-meters.
Uy of Maui will receive sealed tenders
until 2:30 P. M. Thursday, September, 8,
1910, for finishing the following water
meters,' to be delivered f. o. b. Kahalui
wharf: ' ,
100 5-8 inch Hersye's disc water meters.
50 inch Hersye's disc water meters.
No tender will be entertained unless
accompanied by a certified check in an
amount equal to 5 of the amount of
1 . '
rwater Meters" on outside of envelope,
and addressed to the Board of Supervisors,
County of Maui, Wailuku, Maui.
. County Clerk
Aug. 27. Sep. 3-
WAILUKU WATER WORKS.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE
WAILUKU WATER WORKS FOR
THE TOWN OF WAILUKU.
ADOPTED THE......DAY OF....... 1910.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing rules and regulations of the Wailuku
Waterworks- will be taken up for- final
consideration by the Board of Super
visors at its next stated meeting. ,
I. Application for a permanent supply
of water from any government system or
source of supply be in writing signed by
the applicant; such application shall be
upon a printed form, which will be fur
nished at the ofGve of the County Trea
surer.. a. The applicant shall pay in advance,
at the office of the County Treasurer, the
cost of tapping, connecting and laying of
the service pipe leading into the premis
es upon which the privilege is situated,
to a stop cock not over two feet inside of
said premises.- The cost of tapping, con
necting and laying service pipe shall be
five dollars if on same side of street as
main, and ten dollars if on opposite side.
: 3. All water rates and rates charged
for meter shall be paid quarterly on
the first day of January, the first day of
April, the first day of July aud the first day
of October, each year, at the office of
the County Treasurer.
4. In all cases of the non-payment of
water and meter rates within fifteen days
after same are due, ten per cent in addi
tion to the regular rates shall be charged
to and become due by the person held
ing such privilege; and the District
Overseer may forthwith, without notice
shut 08 the water from such privilege
and charge the expense of the same to
the bolder of the privilege; the water so
shut off from such privilege shall not be
turned on again until the rates for such
privilege aud expenses have bt-eh paid
in full. .
'5. -The' owner of the premises will be
held responsible for the settlement of the
water rates in cases when said rates have
not been paid by the tenants. v
6. No person supplied with water from
the Government Pipes shall be permitted
to use the same for any purposes other
than those stated in their agreement
nor to supply water "in any way to other
persons or premises.
7. Consumers shall prevent alt un
necessary waste of water, and shall make
no concealment of the purposes for which
it is used,
8. No alteration shall be made in any
water pipe or fixture without first giving
notice iu writing of the intended altera
tion to the District Overseer, and having
first received his approval to make sauie.
9. Water rates will be charged for all
premises whether, occupied or not, until
such time as the water is in writing order
ed shut off.
10. All service pipes shall be kept clear
and in good repair by the holder of the
privileges at his own expense.
11. In all cases of fire alarm, persons
having irrigation or fountain privileges
shall immediately, shut off the water.
"12. No one but the persons -July
authorized by the District Overseer shall
tap or turn on or off water front the
13. All officers of the Kahului-Wailu
ku Water Worka shall be admitted at
reasonable hours to premises having
water privileges for the purpose of in
specting, cutting off or turning on the
14. No water shall be supplied to ships
or vessels except by the duly authorized
officers of the Wailuku Water Works,
(special rates and special 'agreements ex
cepted). In all cases of water supplied
hereunder, a receipt for the quantity
supplied shall be given, and payment!
shall be made to no persons except on
the production of the receipt from the
office of the County Treasurer.
15. Irrigation shall be confined to the
hours that shall be published, from time
to time, by the District Overseer.
WATER HOW SOLD.
16. All water sold under these rules
shall be sold by meter measurement.
All meters shall belong to, and be the
property of theCountyof Maui, under its
control, and repaired at its own expense,
and leased to the consumer at the fol
3-8 inch meter... ...... 75 cts. per quarter or
V inch meter fi.oo per quarter or
I inch meter fi. 25 per quarter or
All meters larger than one inch to be
charged for at such special rates as may
from time to time be approved by the
Board of Supervisors.
RATES FOR WATER.
For the Town of Wailuku. .
I. For domestic purposes and lawn ir
rigation, where there is a proven water'
right, three cents per thousand gallons:
2. For domestic purposes and lawn ir-.
rigation where there is not a proven -water
right, five ceijts per thousand gal
3. For commercial purposes, such as
railroads, manufactories; hotels, lodging .'
houses, hospitals, office, stables, and '
other business enterprises, as follows:
(a) When the -quantity of water used '
does not exceed, on an average, 2000
gallons per day, seven cents per thousand ,
(b) When exceeding 2000 gallons per
day and not exceeding 4000 gallons per
day,' six and one-half cents per thousand
(cx When exceeding 4,000 gallons pec
day and not exceeding 6,000 gallons per
day, six cents per thousand gallons;
(d) When exceeding 6,000 gallons per
day and not exceeding 8,000 gallons per
day, five and one-half cents per thousand
(e) When exceeding 8,000 galldhs per .
day, five cents per thousand gallons.
For the Town of Kahului.
For the Town of Kahului there shall
be an advance and increase of one cent
per thousand gallons of water over the
rates prevailing in the Town of Wailuku.
Rates for Shipping ,
One-half cent per gallon delivered on
In all instances where a store and
residence are maintained in the same
building water used shall be charged for
at commercial rates.
18. Violation of any of these Rules
and Regulations shall terminate the
privilege, and the same will not be re
newed until all water rates due, together
with costs and expenses, shall have first
The District Overseer is authorized to
grant and sign permission for water
privileges, aud make all agreements in
connection with water rates.
Wm. FRED KAAE.
Aug- 7 Sl't. 3-
This jiaper is on rile and
may In; niatlo in tlie
The Chas. R. Frazicr Co.
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