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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1910
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Post Office at Wailuku,
A Republican Paper Published
Issued Every Saturday.
Mnul Publishing: Company, Limited
Proprlatora and Putollaharw
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Chaa, C. Clark - - Bdllorand Managar
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1910
Clean and Dirty Politics.
TTTT HE Campaign as carried on by
U enoueh to convince all intelligent voters who among them are
worthy of their support. Deceit, villification and misrepresenta
tion seems to be the stock in trade of the independent candidates, while
the Republicans are carrying on a campaign of enlightenment and edu
Yours ago in America it was the
the bloody shirt before their Southern
hatred, and over this they would
changed all this until now there is no
man who will stir up sectional
They know no North, no South;
Lahaina recently, both Coelho and
calculated to stir up the Hawaiian
manner they hope to secure votes enough to be elected. What noble,
UDrieht. honest, love-inspiring officials such men would make. But,
thanks to the enlightenment of
will reach the heart of the majority.
This Territory is part of the great
of Commonwealths, and we are all
the Hawaiian's flag as well as the
come when that flag needs protection,
their lives logether in its defense.
them these wolves in Bheep's clothing, with guile on their lips, and
deceit and lies in their hearts), in an endeavor to excite these people
against themselves? What have they done in the past that could ever
be construed as an honest endeavor to advance the interests of the
people? What is there in the past record of either Coelho or Kepoikai
that entitles them to stand forth at
champion of the Hawaiian race? An
our flag. It is in direct conflict with
tion, under which our scheme of
That document, which embodies the
there shall be no classes, no distinctions, yet along come these politicians
endeavoring to stir up racial animosities, and thus deal a blow at the
very vitality of our national life.
brother, and family against family,
crawl into office.
Think you, voters of Maui, that
support? Can men of this sort Iks
force them? Wo charge you, think
election day, and let nothing which appeals to your lower instincts
swerve you from casting your vote for the men whom you know to have
been honest and upright in the past. Men who can p.int to the past
and say "there is my record and my
Kepoikai makes the statement repeatedly that he is not a plantation
man, and represents no corporations. We, however, have absolute
knowledge that he is in the employ of a plantation continuously, at the
present time. That he is working for this plantation in his capacity as a
lawyer and that he has lieen retained more than once by the plantations
ta fight their cases in court. We
Some time "ago word came over (
Education Pope, would issue a statement, showing the successful work
ings of the Supervising Principal system as inaugurated by him. We
are anxiously awaiting Superintendent Pope'B report, anjl shall V honest
ly pleased should he be able to cast some light on certain matters that at
the present time, look unbusinesslike,
The Greedy Fox.'
ON a winter's night as the moon shone bright
Two foxes went for prey.
As they trotted aloug with frolic and song
They cheered their lonely way.
Through the wood they went, but they could not scent
' A rabbit or goose astray.
But at length they came to BOHie better gaiue
In a fanner's barn by the way.
On a roost there sat some chickens as fat
As foxes could wish for their dinners.
So the prowlers found a hole near the ground
And they both went in, the sinners.
They both went in with a squeeze and a grin,
And the chickens were quickly killed.
And one of them lunched and feasted and munched
Till his stomach was' fairly filled.
Tli other, more wise, looked about with both eyes
And hardly would eat at all, ,
For as he came in with a squeeze and a grin
He remarked that the hole was small.
, Thus iattera went on "till the night was gone,
And the farmer came out with a pole.
The foxes both flew, and one went through,
But the greedy one stuck in the hole, -
. In the hole he stuck; so full was his pluck
Of tho chicken he had been eating
' JU could not get out or turn about,
And so he was killed by beating.
He that looks not before hi in will haye to look behind him.
Maui, Hawaii, at second-class matter.
in the Interest of the People
$2.00 per Year, f 1.25 Six Months
the different parties, should be
policy of cheap politicians to wave
audiences, and thereby stir up class
scramble into power. Time has
room in American politics for the
strif to gratify his own ambitions.
they are all Americans. Over at
Kepoikai made speeches that were
voters against all haoles, and in this
the present day voter, no such appeal
scheme of the American sisterhood
living under one beloved nag. It is
haole's. ' If the time should ever
haole and Hawaiian will lay down
Why then should there come among
this time as the self constituted
appeal of this sort k treason to
that great document, the constitu
political aMd personal liberty lives
wisdom of all - past times, declares
They would put brother against
while over the wreckage they would
men of this sort are worthy of your
entrusted to make your laws and en
well when you go to the polls on
can prove these facts if called upon
the wireless that Superintendent of
to say the least.
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS.
J. Kalanianaslt (Princt Cupid.)
Cooke, Geo. P.
, Keliinoi, S.
Kawaakoa, J. W.
Tavares, A. F.
For Lahaina, Wm. HenniRf.
For Wailuku, Chas. Lake.
For Nana, W. P. Haia.
For Makawao, W. F. Pegue.
For Molokai, Theo. T. Meyer,
FOR COUNTY SHERIFF.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Dan H. Case.
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
Wm. F. Kaae.
W. J. Coelho's Campaign.
Senator Coelho has been making
great claims of doing great things
for the country during the times he
has been a legislator. Just now he
is making a gum shoe campaign
in the country districts of Maui
At first Coelho drew up a long list
of the acts of Republican legislators
claiming that said acts were his,
and it is said he got the Liquor
interests to stand the expense of
printing the document by repre
senting to them that it was an
anti-prohibition argument, where
as seven-eighths of the printed
stuff was a recital of the doings of
the three last legislatures with
Coelho patting himself on the back
and saying "I did it! I am the
man who got it for you."
Even in the one-eighth part of
the fifteen thousand words' circular
he touched' upon the liquor ques
tion. Coelho Hever omitted the
least chance of patting himself on
the back . and of reminding his
readers that among the big men of
the senate he was the biggest Iujun
of them all.
It is natural enough to presume
that - when Coelho went forth to
look for votes, the country districts
of Maui would re-echo with praises
for the Tearful Statesman, but a
mantle of silence has fallen over
the country places into which he
has wandered in his search for
votes and in one precinct Willie
and his companion found the air so
frosty that they never dared to
venture into that region.
At Puuiki, in Hana, Coelho cut
out all his claims of being the
father of the good deeds of Repub
lican legislatures and proceeded to
shed tears and to profess a great
love for Catholics, claiming . that
he had been nurtured and educated
by Catholics, notwithstanding the
fact that Coelho never listens to
the teachings of that church, and
shuns ' the teachers of the Roman
Catholic faith as religiously as the
devil is supposed to shun holy
ai waienu some time ago
Willie Coelho professed a great
love for native Hawaiian Mormons
in order to get Mormon votes,
but knowing he could not deceive
the haole Mormon teachers he
made no bones of trying to dis
credit them in the eyes of their na
tive Hawaiian followers.
Coelho without a party, without
a platform or principles to stand
on would make a sorry looking
senator for Maui, if elected at all,
which however, does not seem
Aole no me a like
Ola na iwi ou e Hawaii ia Kala-
nianaole ka Elele Repubalika i Wa
kinetona. Iloko o na kau ana i ko-
ho ia ai e ka lehulchu i wahaolelo no
ka lahui ma ka Ahaolelo Lahui ma
Wakinetona iloko o keia mau maka-
hiki loihi ewalu, ua hoomaopopo
mau aku ka lahui i na pomaikai le-
lehulehua ka Elele Reiki Alii iha-
na'i no ka lahui anie ka aina, atne
na poe makaainana apau e hoopuna
na ana maluna o na kaiaulu aloha
ou e Hawaii. A hiki mai i keia wa
he I5V2 milioaa dala i loaa ma ka
hooikaika ana a ka kakou Elele no
ka pomaikai holomua o ka aina ku
laiwi nei. Ua loaa mai keia mamuli
o ke ano Repubalika o ko kakou E
lele, kona hui aloha me na Peresi
dena Repubalika o Amerika, na
Lunamakaainana atne na Senatoa
Repubalika o ka Ahaojelo Lahui
o Amerika, a o ka mea i hoomaopo-
poia o ka hiolo mai o na pomaikai
ia Hawaii nei.Ua kokuaia no hoi ke
keiki alii e ka Ahaolelo o Hawaii i
loko o keia mau makahiki oiai he
Repubalika ka hapa nui o lakou, a
he Repubalika no hoi ke Kiaaina o
Hawaii nei iloko oia mau makahi
ki. Aia iloko o ka lokahi ame ke
kuikahika ikaika. Ina he Home
Rula ke keiki alii a hoao oia e hele
i Amerika, maopopo loa he neo ka
mea loaa mai iaia e like me ko Wi
likoki kau. Ina paha he Demoka
rata ke kiaaina ame ka hapanui o na
hale Ahaolelo o Hawaii nei, aole
no hiki ika Elele Keiki Alii ma ko
na ano Repubalika e hana i na ha
na ano nui i hanaia.
, Mr. A. Alberg has secured re
munerative employment as book
keeper for a large manufacturing
establishment in Honolulu.
Mrs. Annie Mulvany met a num
ber of friends during her short vi
sit in Honolulu.
T. A. Burmingham of Honolulu
arrived on Tuesday.
The Republican rallies have been
well attended and quite enthusias
Miss Adams, the new Superin
tendent of the Baldwin Settlement
House, arrived on the Mauna Kea
last week. Miss Adams says she
is pleased to get back to Lahaina.
There was a pleasant entertain
ment of music and dancing at La
haina Hall recently.
Mrs. Eliza Hce and other mem
bers of the Burial Association are
visiting towns on Maui, Molokai
and Hawaii, in the interest of the
Notice it hereby given that the matter
of the condemnation proceeding of the
property of the Union Protestant Church
of Wailuku will be heard by the Board
of Supervisors of the County of Maui at
9:30 A. M., November loth, at its Board
room at Wailuku. The public is cordial
ly invited to be present. .
By order of the Board of Supervisors
of the County of Maui.
Wm. F. KAAE,
' County Clerk
Oct. 29. 5.
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 until s o'olock P. M. on
Tuesdays. Freight for Nabiku, Keanae,
Hana and Hilo will be received at the
wharf up to 4 o'clock Friday evenings,
and for Pukoo, Kauaakakai and Hono
lulu until 3 o'clock P. M. on Saturdays,
Deliveries of inward freight toconsiga.
ees will 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 Saturday mornings.
Whsrfage charges on Geaeial Merchan
dise so cts. per ton. Minimum charge
for single pieces 10 cts.
Livery hacks, and automobiles will not
be allowed on the wharf, but must be
lined up on the public road near the
RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE
KULA PIPB LINE WATER SYSTEM.
(1) Application for permanent supply
of water from any government system,
or sourco of supply, shall I on the
printed form supplied for that purpose
and signed by the applicant; blanks for
such application shall We furuishen by
the District Overseer at the request of
(2) The applicant shall pay in ad
vance at the (Jt)ice of the County
Treasurer, the cost of tapping, connect
ing and laying , the service pipe, stop
cock and meter, leading 011 to the pro
perty upon which the privilege is
Provided, however, that for all con
sumers using 5,000 U. S. Gallons or lass
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 inch meter,
$1.00 for X inch meter, and $1.25 for 1
inch meter. The charge for. tapping,
connecting service pipe and stop cock
shall be the actual cost of material and
labor to the County; the cost in full for
the meter and its installation shall be
$11.00 for a inch meter; $16.00 for a
H inch meter; $25.00 for I inch meter,
Larger than 1 inch meters shall be
insUilled by the County by special agree
ment. All meters shall be under the
control of the District Overseer or his
authorized agent, and shall be repaired
by him at the expense of the consumer,
(3) All water rates 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 office of the County
(4) In all cases of the non-payment
of water rate within fifteen days after
same are due, teu per ctit in addition
to the regular rates 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 on
again until the rates for such privilege
and expenses have been paid in full.
(5) The owner of the property shall
be held responsible for the settlement of
the water rates in cases when such water
rates 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 stated in their agree
ment, nor to supply water ia any way to
other parsons or property.
(7) Consumers shall prevent all an
necessary waste of water, and shall make
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 for watering
stock, even though the agreement may
allow the use of water for other purposes,
unless, however, specially authorized ia
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 chafged for
all premises, whether occupied or not,
until such time as the water is in writing
ordered shut on.
(10) All 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
main 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
(13) The District Overseer or any
duly authorized agent of bis shall be al
lewed at all reasonable hours oa the pro
perty of the consumer for the purpose of
inspecting it, shutting off or turning n
the water, or for making repairs to the
service pipe, slop coek 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 qaantity of
water used does not exceed on an aver
age for any term of payment five thou
sand gallons per day, 30 cU. 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 eta. 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 load
at Omaopio, Waiakoa, Keokea, Katnaole,
Ulupalakaa, and at the Kanaio village.
Any person wasting, contaminating or
otherwise injuring the water of the water
supply at these tanks will be prosecuted
according to law.
(14) Violatioa cf any of the foregoing
sections of these rules and regulations
may terminate the pnvilvge and the
same shall not be renewed until all the
water rates due, together with costs and
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 comprising and
counected with the same. He is hereby
authorized to grant and sign permission
fur water privileges and make nit agree
ments in connection with water rates, ex
ccpting special permits for the use of
water, during a shortage or drouth, for
other than doaiestic purposes or water
(16) The District Overseer or his
authorized agent shall at the end of each
quarter make out a bill, in triplicate, in
the following form, one copy to be given
to the consumer, one copy to be sent to
tite County Treasurer, and the original
to be retained by him as an office record.
Kola, Maui, .., 19
from the Kula Pipe Line Water System
- U, S. gallons
of water during days, an
average of U. S.
gallons per day, at the rate of
cents per thousand gallons
Dollars and Cents.
Present meter reading
Last " "
Nit 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 tnajde, shall be
stamped ''paid" together with date of
payment, and signed by the Treasurer,
which shall constitute the consumer's
receipt for the payment in full of their
Approved this 14th day of October,
THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
WITHIN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
By (Sgu.) W. F. POGUE,
Approved this day of October,
Superintendent Public Works,
Wm. F. KAAE,
Oct. 32, 29, Nov. 5.
MA KE KAUOHA.
KUAHAUA KOHO BALOTA NO KE
KOHO ANA I NA LUNA KALANA O
KE KALANA O MAUI.
OIAI, i kn like ai me ke kanawai, na
hoopuka aeo WALTER F. FREAK, Kia
aina o ke Teritore o Hawaii, he kuahaua
koho balota, e hoolaha ana malamaia
ana he koho balota mau no ke koho ana
i elele no ka Hale o na Lunamakaainana
o America Huipuia a no na Senatoa a me
na Lumhaakaainana o ka Ahaolelo o ke
Teritore o Hawaii, ma ka POALUA,
NOVEMABA 8, 1910, iloko o ke Teritore
holookoa, tnawaena o ka horn 8 o ke
kakahiaka a me ka hora 5 o ke ahiahi, a
ma ia hoolaha ua hoikeia na Apana Senai
toa a me na Apana Lunamakaainana; a
OIAI HOI, ma ka pauku 36, mokuna
10 o ke kanawai 39 o na Kanawai o ka
Makahiki 1905, oia ke kanawai e knkulu
ana i na kalana iloko o ke Teritore o
Hawaii, a e hooponopono ana i ko lakou
mau kanawai.ua booholoia aole e emi
mai malalo o kanaono la mamua o ke
koho balota mau, e hoopuka ae ka Papa
Lunakiai o keia a me keia kalana i ke
kuahaua koho balota kalana.
NOLAILA, ikabooko ana Ike 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
o Maul 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 panel
na Luna Kalana e kohoia ana:
HE PAPA O ELIMA LUNAKIAI KA
HOOKAH I LUNAKIAI MAI KA
APANA MAI O MAKAWAO,
HOOKAHI LUNAKIAI MAI KA
APANA MAI O WAILUKU,
HOOKAHI LUNAKIAI MAI KA
APANA MAI O LAHAINA,
HOOKAHI LUNAKIAI MAI KA
APANA MAI O HANA
HOOKAHI LUNAKIAI MAI K
APANA MAI O MOLOKAI,
e kohoia no na lala pakahi ka Papa
ka poe 1 loaa ko lakou mana koho balota
iloko o kona apana. HE MAKAINUI
KALANA. HE LOIO KALANA, HE
KAKAUOLELO KALANA, HE LUNA.
HOOIA KALANA A HB Ptnmi,
LAN A: e kohoia lakou pakahi e ka poe
i loaa ka mana koho balota iloko o ke
jvuiana o Aiaui.
Ke hoolaha nuiaaku n; nn t.
ka pauku 30, o ka Mokuna 10, o ke Ka-
uaw ay, o na &.anawai o ka Makahiki
I95. o na apana koho a me na wahi
kOhO i kuknluia e na kanaoai L. 1 :
tore o Hawaii no ke kono ana i na Sena
toa ame na Lunamakaainana a keTeritore
oia no na apana koho ame na wahi koho
no ke koho ana i na Luna Kalaaa. a
nolaila e malamaia ana ke koho balota o
um tuna twaiana ma na apana koho ame
na wahi koho i hnilri n.u. i
Kuahaua Koho Balota a ke Kiaaina o
Hawaii, o ka la 37 o Augate 1910.
Hanaia ma Wailultu Tito.,; i i..:. i
o bepatemaba 1910. ,
Ka Fapa Lunakiai oke Kalana o Maui
(Bila) Ma o Wm. F. POGUE.
' Wm. FRED KAAE,
Kakauolelo n b lalai.. n
Oct. 23, 29. '