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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1910
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered t the Post Office at Wt-.luku,
A Republican Paper Published
Issued Every Saturday.
Yaui Publishing Company, Limited
Proprietors and futllsHrai
SuBseipnas Rates, is Advance
Chaa. C. Clark - - - . Edltorand managar
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 22, 1910
Facts and Fancies.
WHEN the; voter goes up to the polls on election day, he should
be intimately acquainted with the past records of the men
who are askim? for his vote.
either good or bad. Some may be
but there can be no middle ground. Candidates for elections will go
ohnnt tpllino- what thev will do if elected. What have they done in
the oast? That is the question.
A hptwefn Kuhio and McCandless. what have they done? Who
has been not only the friend of the Hawaiian at Washington and at
heme, but also the friend of the Haole? Who secured for Hawaii all
she has received during the past eight years from Congress? The facts
are there, and they cannot be successfully refuted, that Kuhio has time
after time been ridiculed by Congressmen for demanding Hawaii's
rights. In the end. though, he has received more than was ever
dreamed of at home.
On the other hand we see McCandless doing politics, and buying
land.- What chance did a Hawaiian ever have when his will was. not
subservient to the will of McCandless? We repeat again what has Mc
Candless ever done for Hawaii? Kuhio has spent the past eight years
serving his people and securing the recognition due his country. Mc
Candless has spent the past eight years serving himseif , and trying
to secure recognition for himself at the hands of the people. The same
is true of County officers. Have the men who are asking for your votes
always been loyal and true to you in
right, honest and straightforward in their dealings? Have they been
your friend at all times, and performed their duty to you and the
Countv? Pav no attention to what they tell you they will do. Talk
is cheap. Blatherskites can be seen loafing on every street corner
You want men in the . Legislature,
in every other office, whom you know
has been honest and upright; whom
These are the men to be elected.
the Republican ticket. You know
Why then should you expect men
their duty in the past to reform, and by promises and cajolery induce
you to give them your vote. When you vote for any man whom you
know to be dishonest, be he Democrat or Republican, Home Ruler or
Independent, you have been remiss in your duty to your country; you
Nome less a man, and more a scalawag
Judge Kingsbury, in his charge to the Grand and Trial Jurors, at the
opening of court Wednesday, departed considerably from the usual
procedure in such cases. His honor dealt at length with the uses and
abuss of the present system of trial
ferent conditions which surround
that with which it was surrounded
to the people. Throughout, the charge was a strong appeal for a con
tinuance of the jury system, as one-of the safe guards to ur liberty
and a guarantee of our continued
"I did it?" This is the slogan of Weeping Bill Coelho thVoughout
his gum shoe canvass of the County. If Coelho was really the father
of all the good things he claims, he would be the whole Republican
party. Bill might also tell of all
side the Legislature. Everyone
these transactions would at least make interesting reading. As Bill has
no party now,.he can hardly expect
Bill Coelho acknowledges he represents no party, and has no platform.
He always was for himself, is now, and always will be.
What Have You
E shall do so much in the years to come,
But what have we done today?
We shall give our gold in a princely sum, '
But what did we give today?
We shall lift the heart and dry the tear,
We shall plant a hope in the place of fear,-
We. shall speak the words of love and cheer,
But what did we speak today?
We shall be so kind in the after-a-while,
But what have we been today?
We shall bring to each lonely life a smile,
But what have we brought today?
We shall give to truth a grander birth,
And to steadfast faith a deeper worth,
We shall feed the hungering souls of earth,
But whom have we fed today?
We shall reap such joys in the by-and-by,
. But what have we sown today?
We shall build large mountains towering so high,
But what have we built today?
'Tis sweet in idle dreams to ba.sk,
But, here and now, do we do our task?
Yes, this is the thing our soul must ask,
I 'What have we done today?"
Maui, Hawaii, aa second-class matter,
in. the Interest of the People
$2.00 per Year, 11.25 Six Months
Everv man has a record. It is
worse than others, or some better,
the past? Have they, been up
on your board of Supervisors, and
has done things; whom you know
you can look upon and respect
You have men of this character on
the leopard cannot change his spots
who have been found negligent in
by jury. He dwelt upon the dif
the system at the present time, to
when judges were not responsible
progress in civilization.
the wonderful things he has done out
knows of them, still his version
others to sing his praises.
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS.
J. Kalanianaole (Prince Cupid.)
Cooke, Geo. P.
Kawaakoa, J. W.
Tavares, A. F.
For Lahaina, Wm. Henning.
For Wailuku, Chas. Lake.
For Hana, W. P. Haia.
For Makawao, W. F. Pegue.
For Molokai, Thee. T. Meyer,
FOR COUNTY SHERIFF.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY. .
Dan H. Case.
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
L M. Baldwin.
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
Wm. F. Kaae.
The Woman's Aid Society will meet
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
residence of C. C. Clark.
Many people around town are suffering
from severe colds There seems to be an
epidemic going the rounds.
Anyone in Wailuku wishing tickets
for Puunene Carnival and Dance Satur
day evening October 29, can secure them
by ringing up Mr. O. Shotr.
The new building for the Church of
the Good Shepherd is being rapidly
pushed along, and when completed will
be an added attraction to Wailuku.
It is quite probable that the award for
constructing the Kahului breakwater
will be given to the Kahului Railroad
Company. We understand this has been
recommended by Major Wiuslow.
Mr. Percy Gorman, who has lived in
the Orient all his life is a recent arrival.
Mr. Gorman expects to make Maui his
home. He says it seems good to get in
to a white man's Country,
The regular monthly meeting of the
Maui Ministers School for Oct. was held
in the Paia Portuguese Church on Tues
day morning, Oct. 18th. The attendance
was quite large. In the absence of Rev.
R. B. Dodge, Rev. H. P. Judd acted as
presiding officer. Rev. C. G. Burnham
of Lahaina conducted the devotional ex
ercises and then papers on some of the
prophets of Israel and Judab were pre
sented by Messrs. Santos, Keaoililani
and Yee Kui. This was followed by a
lecture on "Sermon Building" by Rev. C
G. Burnham. Rev. E. B. Turner of Paia
gave the substance of a sermon on "The
Lord's Supper", and Rev. G. M. Kau
aulalena of Kanaio spoke on some
of his work among the churches of
Makena, Ulupalakua and Kanaio. Af
ter these profitable paper and discus
sions,' lunch were served by some of the
ladies of the Paia Portuguese Church,
and the members then parted for their
respective homes, grateful to their en
tertainers and encouraged for better
work by what they heard at the meeting.
Lieut, of police John Ferreira has
been promoted to fill the position of
Deputy Sheriff of Wailuku.
The New Wharf recently built by the
Kahului Railroad Company for the ac
commodation of the Inter Island traffic
will be put into regular commission on
November 1st 1910.
Steamship freight for Lahaina, and
Honolulu will be received at the wharf
at Kahului untill a o'clock P. M. on
Tuesdays. Freight for Nabiku, Keanae,
Hana, and Hilo will be received at the
wharf up to 5 o'clock Friday evenings
and for Pukoo, Kaunakakai, and Hono
lulu untill a o'clock P. M, on Saturdays.
Deliveries of inward freight to consign
ees wilt be made as soon as practicable
after the same has been assorted.
Passenger trains will be leaving "the
wharf to all points immediately after the
landing of passengers, and mail from the
"CLAUDINE" on Satusday mornings.
Wharfage charges on General Merchan
dise 30 cts. per ton. Minimum charge
for single pieces 10 cts.
Livery hacks, and automobiles will not
b allowed on the wharf, but must be
lined up on the public road near the tick
(Continued from page
and 1 191 asked. It will lie observ
ed Unit the figures for the entire
week were close. Yesterday there
were no sale of Pioneer, lint bidT
ding from the jump win lit 1190, 1
while- holders had advanced their
figures to $192 50, a very substantial
recovery from $185 and 1 190 of the
same dny weckjitf.ire.
Hawaiian Commercial, although
low, has been steady, seldom budg
ing from $34.50 bid and 835 asked,
at which the figures still stand. The
only break of note came on Friday,
when bidding droped to $31, and
the stock was offered at $3 4.75. The
old quotations were resumed, how
ever, on Saturday. During the
week the sales of Hawaiian Com
mercial were C70 shares, valued at
OTHER MAUI STOCK.
There were no sales of other Maui
stocks during the week, the last be
ing of 30 Paia a week ngo yesterday
at $150. Since then Paia and Haiku
have stood on the board ut $151
asked, respectively, ami not a bid
recorded from day to day. Olowalu
has not Ix-en offered nor have any
bids been recorded. It is perhaps
solid at $150. Wailuku stood nt
$185 asked until Saturday, when it
dropped to $180 asked and has
since been offering at that figure
with no bikers.
OTHCn THAN MAUI.
Ewa was on the decline at the
last report in this column, and
continued its downward course un
till Friday, when it. was $27.75 bid
and $28 asked. That was the turning
point, however, and it went to $28
bid and $28.50 asked. Yesterday the
figures were $28.25 bid and $28.75
asked, hut today sales haved been
made at the latter figure and the
stock can probably now be had for
$29.00! Oahu reached a low mark
last Wednesday and Thursday,
when bidding was at $27,375, while
$27.50 asked, was realized. Yes
terday the stock looked up again,
and today it is strong at $27.50
bid. Waialua, which had 6unk to
slightly better than, par, remained
around $100 until Saturday, when
it spurted upward, closing that day
at $106 bid and $109 asked. Me
Bryde and 01 an have . both sold
low, the former reaching $4, and the
latter $4.50. It is significantthatmost
of the old line stocks not mentioned
above remain very nearly the same
as a week ago. . It is usually the
case that when stocks ure low the
demand for bonds is abnormal, but
such is not the present experience,
There is really very little doing in
bonds, and bidding is, as a general
thing, below the usual market. At
the same time the banks have an
exceptionally large amount of
money on deposit for this season of
PASSCNoens ron maui.
Booked for the Claudine, sailing
Friday afternoon for Maui ports,
are : Mrs. Clement and Mrs. C. II
Pierce, Kahului; Mrs. JE. Kruse,
Lahaina; H. W. Mist, Hana.
STOCKS MIOHCR UQAniOWCR.
Honolulu, Oct. 18 (Afternoon.)
ine news 01 the hurricane in
Cuba created quite a little spurt in
stocks tms morning, nut it was
short lived with everything except
Hawaiian Commercial and Pioneer,
these stocks appearing to stay
put." Prior to the session this
morning 35 shares Hawaiian Com
mercial sold at $d4.o, which was
25 cents above yesterday's market,
and this sale was followed by 50 at
$35 flat. This afternoon $35.50 is
bid for the stock, while holders are
demanding- $36. Pioneer s fairly
popped up, bidding being at $193.50
and the asking figure $197.50.
This is probably an inflated basis of
quotation, however, as Pioneer can
be had for less than the figures
Ewa, Oahu aud Mcliryde ad
vanced but settled back later in the
day and are now scarcely above the
figures of yesterday. Waialua stayed
up, but there have been no sales.
During this afternoon a report
arrived from New York of another
drop in beet sugar, which has cast
a new damper on the situation.
Yesterday's figures were 9s, 5 l-4d;
today Vs, 2 3-4c.
RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE
KULA PIPE LINE WATER SYSTEM.
(1) Application for permanent supply
of water from any government system,
or sourco of supply, shall be on .the
prined form supplied for that purpose
and signed by the applicant; blanks for
such application shall he (urni4it!i by
the District Overseer at the request of
(2) The applicant shall pay in ad
vance at thu Orlice of the County
Treasurer, the cost ul tappn.g, connect
ing and laying the service pipe, . slop
cock and mrter, leading on to llie pro
perty upon which the privilege is
located; . .
Provided, however, that for all con
sumers using 5,000 U. S. Gallons or less
per day the cost of the meter and instal
lation of same shall be born by the
County, the consumer paying a quarter
ly rental of 75 cts. ,for i inch meter,
ft. 00 for inch meter, and $1.25 fori
inch meter. The charge for- tapping.
connecting service pipe and slop cock
shall be the actual cost of material and
labor to the County; the cost in full lor
the meter and its installation shall lie
f 11.00 for a inch meter; f. 16.00 tor a
( inch meter; 25 o lor 1 inch meter.
Larger than 1 inch meters shall be
installed by the Cuumy by special agree
ment. All uieters shall lie uiicltr the
control of the Disiriot Overseer or his
authorized agent, and shall be repaired
by him at the expense of the consumer.
(3) All water rai.es shall be paid
quarterly, on the first day of January,
the first day of April, the first day of
July and the first day of October, of
each year, at the oliice of the Couuty
(4) In all cases of the non-payment
of water rate within fifteen days after
same are due, leu per Cent in addition
to the regular rales may be charged to
and become due by the person holding
such privilege, and the District Overseer
may forthwith, without notice, shut off
the water from such privilege and charge
the expense of the same to the holder of
the privilege; the water so shut off from
such privilege shall not be turned 011
again until the rates lor such privilege
and expenses have been paid in full.
The owner of the property shu..
be held responsible for the settlement of
the water rates in cases when such water
rales have not been paid by the tenant.
(6) No person supplied ' with water
from the Government pipe shall be per
mitted to use the same for any purposes
other than those slated in their agree
ment, nor tp supply water in any way to
other persons r property.
(7) Consumers shall preveut all .un
necessary waste of water, and shall mak;
no concealment of the purposes for
which it is used. During seasons of
drouth or scarcity of water, all water
from this system shall be., used strictly
for domestic purposes and fr watering
stock, even-though the ugreemeut may
allow the use of water for other purposes,
unless, however, specially authorized in
writing by the Board of Supervisors or
its authorized agent.
(8) No alterations shall be made in
any water pipe or fixture without first
giving notice in writing of the intended
alteration to the District Overseer or his
authorized agent and having first receiv
ed his approval to make same.
(9) Water rates shall be charged for
all premises, whether occupied or not,
until such time as the waler is in writing
ordered shut off.
(10) AH service pipes shall be kept
clear and in good repair by the County
at the expense of the consumer. Under
no conditions shall any connection be
allowed in the service pipe between the
uiaiu and the meter.
(11) No person but the District Over
seer or his duly authorized agent shall
tap, turn on, or turn off water from the
(12) The District Overseer or any
duly authorized agent of his shall be al
lowed at all reasonable hours on the pro
perty .of, the consumer for the purpose of
inspecting it, shutting off or turning on
the water, or for making repairs to the
service pipe, stop cock or meter.
(13) Water Rates.
All water sold from this system
shall be sold by meter measurement at
the following rates per thousand U. S.
gallons: (a) When the quantity of
water used does not exceed on' an aver
age for any term of payment five thou
sand gallons per day, 30 cts. per thousand
gallons, (b) When exceeding five thou
sand gallons per day, 25 cts. per thousand
gallons, (c) When exceeding ten thou
sand gallons per day, 20 cts. per thousand
gallons, (d) When exceeding fifteen
thousand gallons per day, 15 cts. per
thousand gallons, (e) Free water will
be supplied from suitable water tanks,
for domestic purposes and watering stock
near the Government main or belt road
at Omaopio, Waiakoa. Keokea, Kamaole,
Ulupalakua, aud at the Kanaio village.
Any person wasting, oontnmiiiaiing or
otherwise injuring the water of the water
supply at these tanks will be prosecuted
according to law.
(14) Violation cf auy of the foregoing
sections of these rules and regulations
may terminate the privilvge and the
same shall not be renewed until all the
water tates due, together wilh costs aud
expenses, shall have first been paid.
(15) The District Overseer shall have
charge of this system and shall be
responsible on his official bond for all
Government property ami pr wing and
connected wilh the same. lie is hereby
authorized to grant an.d sign permission
fjr water privileges and make all agree
ments in connection with water rates, ex
Ut-pling special permits for the use of
water, during a shortage cr drouth, for
oilier than domestic j-urjHifs or water
ifi) The Dictrict Overseer r his
authorized aent shall at the end of each
quarter make out a bill, in triplicate, iu
the following htm. one copy to bo iven
to the coiistimt-r, one copy 10 be sent to
the County Treasurer, anil the original
to be retained by him as an ofhVe record.
Kula, Maui, , 19
Delivered to ...
from the Kula Pipe Line Water System
U. S. gallons
of waler during days, an
average of U. S.
gallons per day, nt the rate of
cents per thousand gallons
Dollars and Cents.
Present meter reading
Nli U. S. Gallons.
(17) The consumer, when making
payments for water charges shall present
to the Treasurer the bill for water re- '
ceived from the District Overseer, which,
when full payment is made, shall be
stamped ' paid" together with date of
payment, and signed by the Treasurer,
which shall constitute the consumer's
receipt for the Jiayment in full of their
Approved this 14th day of October,
THE HOARD OF SUPERVISORS
WITHIN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
By (Sgn.) W. F. POGUE,
Approved this lay of October,
Superintendent Public Works.
Wm. F. KAAE, .
Oct. 22, M), Nov. 5.
MA KE K A DOHA.
KUAHAUA KOHO BALOTA NO KE
KOHO ANA I NA LUNA KALANA O
KB KALANA O MAUI.
OIAI, i ku like ai me ke kanuwai, ua
hoopuka ae o WALTER F. FRER, Kia
aina o ke Teritore o Hawaii, he kuahaua
kobo balota, e hoolaha ana e malamaia
ana he koho balota n.au no ke kobotaua
i elele no ka Hale o na Luuamakaainaua
o America Huipuia a no na Senatoa a me
ua Lunnmakaainana 0 ka Ahaolelo o ke
Teritore o . Hawaii, ma ka POALUA,
NOVEMABA 8, 1910, iloko o ke Teritore
bolookoa, mawaena o ka hora 8 o ke
kukahiaka a me ka hora 5 o ke ahiahi, a
ma ia hoolaha ua hoikeia na Apana Sena
toa a me na Apana Luuamakaainaua; a
OIAI HOI, ma ka pauku 36, liokuna
10 o ke kanawai 39 o na Kanawai o na
Makuhikl 1905, oia ke kanawai e kukulu
ana. i na kalana iloko o ke Teritore o
Hawaii, a e hooponopono ana i ko lakou
mau kanawai.ua hooholoia aole e euii
mai malalo o kauaono la mamua o ke
koho balota mau, e hoopuka ae ka Papa
Lunakiai o kela a me keia kalana i ke
kuahaua koho balota kalana.
NOLAILA, i ka hooko ana 1 ke kana
wai i oleloia, ma keia, ke hoolaha aku
nei ka Papa Lunakiai o ke Kalana o
Maui e malamaia ana he koho balota
mau no na Luna Kalana o ke Kalana
0 Maui ma ka POALUA, NOVEMABA
8, 1910, iloko o ke Kalana holookoa o
Maui, mawaena o ka hora 8 o ke kakahi
aka a me ka hora 5 o ke ahiahi; a penei
na Lna Kalana e kohoia ana:
HE PAPA O ELIMA LUNAKIAI KA
HOOKAH I LUNAKIAI MAI KA
APANA MAI O MAKAWAO,
HOLKAHI LUNAKIAI MAI KA
APANA MAI O WAILUKU,
HOOKAH I LUNAKIAI MAI KA
APANA MAI O LAHAINA,
HOOKAHI LUNAKIAI MAI KA
APANA MAI O HANA
HOOKAHI LUNAKIAI MAI KA
APANA MAI O MOLOKAI,
e kohoia no na lala pakahi o ka Papa e
ka poe i loaa ko lakou mana koho balo'a
iloko o kona apana. HE MAKUNUI
KALANA, HE LOIO KALANA. HE
KAKAUOLELO KALANA, HK LUNA
HOtMA. KALANA, A HE PUUKU KA
LANA: e kohoia lakou pakahi e ka poe
1 loaa ka mana koho balota iloko o ke
Kalana o Maui.
Ke hoolaha puiuaku nei no hoi, ma
ka pauku 30, o ka Mokuna so, o ke Ka
nawai 39, o na Kanawai o ka Makuhiki
195. o na apana koho a me na wahi
koho i kukuluia e ua kanawai o ke Teri
tore o Hawaii no k kono ana i na Sena
toa ame Lunamakaainaua o ke Teritore
oia no na apana kobo ame na wahi koho
no ke koho ana i na Luna Kalana
uolaila e malamaia ana ke koho balota o
na Luna Kalaua ma na apana koho ame
ua wahi koho i hoikeia maloko o ke
Kuahaua Koho Balota a ke Kiaaina o
Hawaii, o ka la 27 o Augate 1910.
Hauaia ma Wailuk 11 Muni i uu;n i
O Sepateuiaba 1910. ' '
Ka rapa. Lunakiai o ke Kalana o Maui
(Sila) Ma o Wm. F. POGUE,
Wm. FRED KAAE.
Kakatin1i1-i n L ir , .
Oct. 22, 29. '