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THE MAUI JIEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, I9J0
Of Commercial Interest
By L. D.
' Honolulu, Sept. 18.
In the past wwk there have been
numerous sales of stocks of various
kinds, but prices have, as a general
thing, leen 1k;1ow the market of the
preceding ten days. This has lieen
partially due to, the political cam
paign, which is just now distracting
attention; and partially to the con
dition of the sugar market, which
has manifested unexpected weakness
in all of the principal centers of the
world. -Moreover, the approach of
the time when beet sugar wilL in
fluence quotations has introduced
another element of uncertainty into
the situation, an uncertainty which
is auickly felt by an ordinarily sen
Of Maih stocks, Hawaiian Com
mercial has easily led in the trading,
sales of 1,025 shares haying U-en
made at a total of 8 11. 100.50. Fol
lowing the payment of regular and
special dividends on the 5th, n strong
effort was made by the bears to dra"W
this stock to 'anything lelow $ K),
but the attempt was foiled by the
friends of the stock. o sale was
recorded, on or off the hoard, below
$ 10, although" bidding dropped to
$39,875 on severalfccasions. There
were sales of 140 shares yesterday at
the former figure, and it is reliably
reported that large buying orders
are out today fur the stock at the
same.' Hawaiian Commercial, un
der present circumstances, will ad
vance again toward the last of the
month, .probably,' reaching $41.50
or better. Between now and then
there is a possibility of sales being
made around $39,875.
Next to Hawaiian ' Commercial
came Pioneer in the matter of value
of stock 'transferred, 110 shares
changing hands at a total cf 26,
4G2.50. This stock declined after
the payment of its big dividend un
til $230 was reached on Saturday,
' at which three sales of 25,20 and 10
shares were made. Pioneer is' now
I229vbid and $231 asked. This
stock may also go a little lower, but,
Senator Alfred N. Hayselden and
Mrs. Hayselden, on their arrival at
San Francisco, will take an over
land train to Chicago.
Post master Waal's daughter Au
gusta returned to Honolulu on. the
Mauna Kea on Sept. 10. She will
resume her studies at St. Andrew's
Among the passengers 011 the
Mauna Kea, were Henry Hose,
Gaelic Richardson, Nellie Richard
son, Beatrice Napaepae, Mary Bort
feldt, Mr. and Mrs. Graham, and
Hon. A. N. Hayselden, Some of
the second class passengers were left
on the wharf as there was no room
Mr. E. CJtobinson hasbeen per-
. . . J . n. 1 na Tll.l... I.F 1 1
llliUlUMll J liyiAJIlll. tira tumi; iiiv
Lahaina Court. -J
Mr. Dearborn, the new teacher at
Lahainaluna, is a graduate of the
Kansas Agricultural College.
A luau was given last week in
honor of Miss Beatrice Napaepae.
Goo Lip has decided not to go to
China. The ttiilors are still at work
in his old store.
V Mrs. C. G.'Burnham is at present
wiperinteuding the classes at the
Baldwin Settlement House. Miss
Adams is expected in October.
Miss Clara Townsend is principal
of the Lahaina Kindergarten. About
60 scholars were present on Monday
The fall term of the lahaina
Public School began this week, with
a large attendance of pupils. In
- spiJtor Wells of Wailuku was pre-
The school year at lahainaluna
and at the St. Cross school also
commenced on fept. is. mt. u
F. Folsom is tlie principal of the
Harry Smith came over from
Wailuku on Monday. ... '
Lieut. Win. K. Kaluakini is In
Honolulu, attending to political and
military matters. '
George Freeland has returned
Uom a business trip to Honjlulu.
under average conditions, will brace
up again later in the month.
A sale of 50 shares Wailuku was
made at $185, the total sum in
volved in the transaction leing
l'aia and Haiku are both $155
asked, although no sales of either
are.known of during the week.
THAT MAUI CXCUR ION.
In regard to the proposed excur
sion from Honolulu to Tao valley,
President Kennedy, of the 1. I. S.
N. Company, said today: '' We are
ready to do everything in our power
to "make such an excursion a suc
cess. The Mauna Kea will Tie avail
able for the trip, leaving'here on a
Saturdayafternoon ami returning
early Monday It seems to me that
a very great deal is up to the Wai
luku people in the matter . of enter
taining such a large party as 2(
guests. ' Trouble was -experienced
on our Kauai trip at the other end,
the restaurant waiters at our calling
place going on strike whGri the big
party of pleasure seekers appeared.
I do not anticipate any such trouble
on Maui, as Wailuku is far better
prepared for such an emergency. A
gcxxl starter for the thing would b6
fi.i. tKu Wnili-iL-ii lintftl rumrdA til anK.
w. r-'i"- I
mil a rate ior taxing care 01 uie en-
tire party at luncheon, and we could
include the amount per capita in
the round trip fare for the excursion.
Anyother arrangement that would
ensure proper, accommodations,
howeveri would be acceptable to usl
A citizen who has interested him
self considerably in the Iao excur
sion matter fears that the longer it
is put off the greater the danger of
striking bad weather. He would
like to see it arranged for a day
early in Octolier at the latest.
1 BOOKED FON MAUI.
ti .Jl.. M.or. tf.r Afmii
per the Claudine, sailing Friday
fimm. Mrs H. Pprp rn mid
child, for Kahului; W. A. Ander-'
son. "wife and child and K. Raen-
dahl, for Hana.
Wailuku, Maui, Sept. 14th, 1910.
Editor Mavi News, '
Wailuku, T. H. 1
Referring to a communication in
the last issue of the Mavi News ad
vocating the establishment of a cen
tral' dispensary for the 1 Island of
Maui for the indigent sick, I would
like to explain the present' system
of caring for patients coining mder
this class as provided for by the
The Territorial Board of Health
employs at present (as it has for a
numlter of years pint) physicians
for five districts on this Island,
situated as conveniently as possible
to the centers of population of their
respective districts for the purpose
of supplying medical aid and medi
cine to the poor, also for the exam
ination and vaccination of school
children, andfor other purposes per
taining to health matters in general,
1 1 I .Ik 1 IT. il
as provided ty rsoaru 01 rieain
regulations ' , t
In addition to this, the County of
Maui maintains a-hospital which is
open to all patients of this County
requiring hospital treatment
The following figures show the
work which has been done in only
one of these districts during the past
twelve months for the care of the
indigent sick. '
Total number of house visits
for indigent sick
Total number of ofhee consul
tations to indigent sick
Total number of prescriptions
given to indigent sick
Total number of miles traveled
to indigent sick 575
Total numlier of separate pa- .
tients (indigents) t41
At least J0 of the alnive were
In addition to the above, the
Malulani Hospital, which is
tai lied by the County of Maui, has
admittedmd cared for 08 indigent
8 ck during; the same period.
About 3i0 dispensary or out . of
door patients received free medicine
and treatment at the hospital dur-
ing the same period.
Tho total number of hospihlldays
represented by the 08 patients was
110 11 '
Very truly yours,
The public schools re-opeiied Monday
with an increased attendance.
Mr. J. J. Walsh, manager of tile Ka-
hului Store left Tuesday on the Claudine
or a business trip to Honolulu.
This has beelt the hottest week in Wai
luku this summer. On the oiled roads
the heat was simply blistering.
Mr. Hugh M. Coke, forme editor of
the Magi News has bought a home for
himself and family at Berkley, California.
On Monday, the 13th, Mr. and Mrs. F.
F. Baldwin and son, Edward, of Puunene
departed for a five or six 'weeks' rrip to
Work is progressing on the new gym
nasium, and when completed the new
building will be an added ornament to
A nw road with an easier grade from
Lahaina to Lahainaluna is being talked
of. The Territory should build the road
and not the County.
The Wailuku public school began the
new term with three new teachers. 1 hey
are Miss H. Cumuiings, Miss C. Short
and Miss Lucy Wilcox.
Mr. A. II. Laudgraf was awarded the
contract for an addition to the Spreckels
ville school. He bid fx 221 and offered
to finish the work in fifty days.
Tlife English bark William H. Lewers,
with a cargo of Cardiff coal from Wales;
Great Britain, was the first deep sea vesr
sel to tie up alongside of the new wharf
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its social
meeting at the residence of Mrs. Sotn
merfeld Wailuku, on Wednesday Sept.
2 1st at 2:30 r. 01.
Cpt B crew o w0rkin&
continuously installing the new , water
meters. When the new meters are in
consumers willnot be so apt to leave the
water running all night.
Woodruff Herron has been ap-
superintendent of the county
sanitarium for tuoercular patients at
Keokea. Mr. Herron comes well recom
mended. ' The sanitarium opened up
this week with two patients.
A lot of giant powder with caps and fuse,
belonging to Saito, a Japanese contractor
at Puuuene was stolen sometime Detween
Saturday and Monday last by unknown
parties. Fishing with giant powder is
said to be responsible for it.
The Democrats on Molokai are holding
a direct primary to settle the question of
the district supervisor candidate. At
Pukoo the vote stood as follows: Tollef-
sen, so; Paia Naki, 12; E. Duvaucbelle,
erats be heeded Toltefsen .will be the
Land Board in Session.
In regard to the exchange of land
at Kaonoulu, it was1 found linpossi
ble to sell this land under the pro
visions of the Organic Act, and the
board declined to act on the propo
A land exchange between the Gov
ernment and Kaeleku Sugar Co., for
a portion of old Mission lot in Hana,
could not be made for the same rea
son as the one aliove noted. '
Tne application of Theo. II.
vies & Co," for an exchange lietween
the Territory and Kseleku Sugar Co,
for right-of-way for road
at Hana, was approved.
An exchange of land on Maui be
tween the Territory and Dr. Ray
mond, at Kamaole. was put aside,
as it could not be done legally under
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF DELE
GATE TO C0NGRB88.
An election for Delegate to the House
of Representatives of the United States
to serve during the 62nd Congress being
required by. lawtobeheld on Tuesday.
November 8, 1910, at such places as may
be designated by the Secretary of the
Territory, I hereby give notice that such
election will be held at such places
throughout the Territory as have been
designated by the Governor for the
election of Senators and Representatives
to the Legislature of the Territory of
E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Sept. 17, 34. Oct. I.
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES.
-The twenty-five electors who sign
nomination papers must be chosen from
electors qualified to vote at this, not the
last, election. Candidates should there
fore verify the names of the electors
who sign their nomination papers by
ascertaining from the chairman of the
registration ooara in me oistnci iroui
which they are nominated whether at
least tweutyfive of such names have
been duly registered on the Register of
Voters as electors duly qualified to vote
at tlie election to be held on November
' E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Secretary of Hawaii.
34, Oct. I.
The Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Co., Ltd.
Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Co., Ltd.
Remember Your Credit Is Good
I . -
ORDINANCE NO. 19,
W A I L, V K U-KA H U L V I WATER
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC. IM-
. PROVEMENTS. '
' . s.
RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE
WORKS FOR THE TOWNS OF
WAILUKU AND KAHULUI.
ADOPTED THE QTH DAY OF SEP
1 . Application for a permanent supply
of water from any. government system or
source of supply shall be in writing sign
ed by the applicant; such application
I shall be upon a printed form, which, will
be furnished at the office of the District
2. The applicant shall pay in advance,
at the Office of the County Treasurer,
the cost of tapping, connecting aud lay-
ing of the service pipe leading into the
premises upon wlucn. tue privilege is
situated, to a stop-cock not over ten feet
inside of said. premises. , The cost of tap
ping, connecting anA laying service pipe
i. iT V .1 t I . st ... .1 t
snail UC nvc uojiurs ll uu same aitic ui
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 anJ the first day of
October, each year, at the office of the
4. In all cases of the non-payment of
water and meter rates within fitteen
days after same are due, ten per cent in
addition to the regular rates may be
charged to and become due by the per
son holding such privilege; and the Dis
trict Overseer mar forthwith, without
notice, shut off the water from such
privilege and charge the expenses of the
same to the bolder ot tne privilege; tne
water so shut off from such privilege
shall not be turned oa again until the
rates for such privilege and the expenses
have been 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 tenauts,
6. No person supplied with water
from the Government Pipes shall be per
mittea to use ye same ior any purposes
otner man me siateu in u.e.r agree
ment, nqr to supply water ill any way to
other persons or premises'.
7. Consumers shall prevent all uu
necessary waste of water, and shall mnke
no concealment of the purposes for
which it is used.
H. No alteration shall be made in any
water pipe or fixture without first giving
uotice in writing of the intended altera
on to the District Overseer, aud having
1.1 - ' . ' . -
first received his approval to make same.
9. Water rates will be charged for all
premises whether occupied or not, until
such time as the water is in writing or
10. All service pipes shall be 'kept
clpar and in good repair by the holder of
the privilege 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 duly
authorized by the District Overseer shall
tap or turn on or off water from the main
13. All Officers of the Wailuku-Kahu-lui
Water Works shall be admitted at
reasonable hours to premises having
water privileges far 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 officer of the Wailuku-Kahu-
lui Water Works, (special rates and
special agreements excepted.) In all
cases of water supplied hereunder,
a receipt v for the quantity sup
plied shall . be given, and pay
ment shall be made to 110 person except
on the production of the receipt from
the office of the County Treasurer.
15. Irrigation may 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 pro
perty of, the County of Maui, under its
control, and repaired at its expense, and
leased to the consumer at the following
inch meter 75 cts. per quarter
or fraction thereof. I
H inch meter $1.00 per quarter
or fraction thereof.
I inch meter f 1.25 per quarter Or
All meters larger than one inch to be
cl-arged for at such special rates as may
from time to time be approved by the
Board of Superuisors.
RATES FOR WATER.
For the Town of Wailuku:
1. For domestic purposes and lawn
irrigation, where there is a proven water
right, three cents per thousand gallons;
3. For domestic purposes and lawn
irrigation where there is not a proven
water right, five ceuts per thousand gal
lons; . J ut commercial purposes, such as
railroads, manufactories, hotels, lodging
bouses, offices, stables, and other busi
ness enterprises, as follows:
(a) When the quantity of water used
does not exceed, on an average, 3000
gallons per day, seveu cents per thous
(b) Wheu exceeding 3000 gallons per
day and uot exceeding 4000 gallons per
day, six and one-bAlf cents per thousand
(c) When exceeding 4000 gallons per
day and not exceeding 6000 gallons per
day, six cents per thousand gallons; '
(d) When exceeding 6000 gallons
per day and .not exceeding 8000 gallons
per day, five and one-half cents per
thousand gallons, and
(e) When exceeding 8000 gallons 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 Wailukn.
Rates for Shipping.
One-half cent per gallon delivered on
board vessel. , , . .
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
aud Regulations may terminate the priv
ilege, and the same will not be renewed
until all water, rates due, together with
costs and expenses, shall have first been
The District Overseer is authorized to
gran and 'sign permission fur water
privileges, and make all agreements in
connection with water rates.
APPROVED BY THE BOARD OF
SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF
MAUI, by W. F. POGUE, Chairman.
Attest: I hereby certify that the foregoing or
dinance, upon consideration bad and
vote taken, was passed by the Board of
supervisors 01 tne county ot Maui, on
the 8th day of September, 1910, at their
regular monthly session held at Wai
luku, Maui, T. H.
(Sgn.) Wm. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
Sept. 17, 34.
Notice is hereby given that the County
Farm & Sanitarium situated in Kula,
District of Makawao, is uow ready for
Application for admission to the Sani
tarium may be made to any County
Elective officer, to a District Overseer,
to members of the Managing Committee,
to the Medical Superintendent, or to tho
Sept. 16, 34.
WANTED A young lady to do clerical
I work iu office.' Apply Mawi News,