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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1910
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Post Office at Wailuku,
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday.
- Maul Publishing: Company, Limited.
Proprietor and FutllaririB
tfuBsotpnos Rvtks, is Advance 12.00 per Year, Six MRth
Chaa, O. dark.
As we go to press we loam that the doctors have given up nil hope nf
the recovery of Mr. E. II. Bailey. The family are nil nt his bedside.
Kepoikai and the Plantations.
JUDGE Kepoikai has rejK'ntedly made, the statement on the stump
that he is not a plantation man. That he is independent and free
to serve the people. We can hardly conceive how t he judge can ex
jiect the voters to swallow such Btuff. He knows, we know, and we want
the voters to know, that he has been for years and is now the agent of a
plantation on this island of Maui. This is no disgrace. He is giving
value received for what, he gets, and no dc.ibt the plantation is satisfied
with his work. But why does he go about the country trying to load the
people by the nose to lieve things which are not true. There is the
disgrace.- lie treats the voters like children, inferiors, who can We told
anything and everything, and will believe everything that is told them.
You do not find the Republicans doing this. The truth is the Repub
licans have something substantial to talk about, something substantial to
offer the voters, while the Independents and Democrats can only try to
make capital out of misleading the voters away from the issues before
them, and teaching them falsely.
The voters of Maui cannot be
vote for the men who have shown
treated them as men of common sense and understanding as equals.
. We have information from absolutely reliable sources, that early in the
campaign, both judge Kepoikai, and Mr. Burchard, his law partner,
went to a plantation man and asked
fight for District Attorney. When
with the present incumbent, their answer was: He settles nil the cases
out of court, and leaves nothing for
is the last word. We leave the case with ywu- Can you conscientiously
vote for a man who seeks the endorsement of a paijty, and at the same
time vilifier that same party. Or will you vote for men who have the en
dorsement even of their enemies. They acknowledge the District Attor
ney leaves nothing for the lawyers. No long drawn out trials in which
the people's money is spent uselessly.
people's interests at all times. Out of
Vete the straight Republican ticket.
Think well, voters of Maui, what
Island should you elect an independent Senator or County Attorney.
You are all ' men of intelligence, therefore we your own brains, and
don't let others think for you and tell
Republicans have helped you. You
You know they are making it possible for you to get back your lands.
iou know these islands have been
America, under Republican administration. An independent Senator
would-be worse than no Senator at all. With no senator in the Upper
House, Maui would at least not go backward, but with an independent
such as Coelho, Maui would be ignored.
Vote the Republican ticket!
One of the puzzles of the campaign
strange utterances against Catholic
file in the Circuit Court. Can Kepoikai, the Catholic, tell the public
why he fathered discredited Pacific Count A. P. A. sentiments against
the teachers of the holy Roman Catholic Church a few months ago? Is
he a believer in the A. P. A. doctrine that no good can come from
Roman Catholic priest? It is a stiff question judge, but you made the
charge unwittingly perhaps, and the voters would like t hear your
Coelho is reported to be accusing Chas. Wilcox, Republican nominee
and present county auditor, of neglecting tlc work of the public in order
to do politics. This is refreshing. With his only office assistant laid up
in a hospital with a broken leg and Wilcox working single handed from
early morning till late at night to do office work ordinarily performed by
two. It is hard to see the justice of
the county auditor's office is open for
The charge made by the Maui News that W. J, Coelho has no plat
form or party behind him, and that if elected he can do nothing for the
good of the people has touched the senator on a sore spot. He insists
that a party is not necessary and claims that the Republicans took his
platform from him. Coelho's excuses are no answer to the questions
Please tell the people, Mr. Coelho,
measures for you if elected? The
Th Advertiser has broken out again. It seems a pity that throe who
have had the itter in hand, could
utterances of the Honolulu morning
The voters are going to return such a Republican majority Tuesday,
as will discourage any more political scavengers from running as Inde
There will be a big Republican rally at the Antono Do Rcgo theater on
Main street, Wailuku, Monday evening lefore Election Day.
There will be a Republican landslide Tuesday, therefore vote the
"jL-publican ticket and be on the right side of the fence.
Maui, Hawaii, aa second-class matter.
NOVEMBER 5, 1910
misled in this manner. They will
their confidence in them, who have
for his support for the Judge in his
asked what fault they had to find
the lawyers." Voters of Maui, this
But a faithful safeguarding of the
their own mouths shall ye judge
the loss or gain will be for' this
you how to vote. You know the
know they have built your roads
the most prosperous place in all
is where Judge Kepoikai found the
priests which appeared in his brief on
Coelho's accusation when the door of
business every day as usual.
what ''party will pass your legislative
voters want to know that.
not have kept these wild editorial
paper under control a while longer
DELEGATE TO CONGRESS.
. J. Kalanianaole (Prince Cupid.)
Cooke, Gee. P.
Kawaakoa, J. W.
Tavares, A. F.
Waiaholo, Ed. - .
Far Lahaina, Wm. Henning.
For Wailuku, Chas. Lake.
For Hana, W. P. Haia.
- For Makawao, W. F. Pogue.
For Molokai, Theo. 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.
Ka fllaunu Balota
a W. J. Coelho.
Ua olelo aku o W. J. Kuelo ma
na wahi kuaaina o Makawao no ke
kue ka o Mr. H. P. Baldwin keku
mu i hookohu ole ia ai o Chas
Copp i lunakanawai apana no Ma
kawao. O ka oiaio nae, ua pala
pala aku o H. A. Baldwin ame H
r. Baldwin e liookonu hou mat ia
Chas Copp, aka ua lawe kaokoa ae
na Lunakanawai Aha Kiekie i ka
uiana i loaa ia lakou a hookohu mai
la 1 lunakanawai okoa me ka :. nana
ole i ua mau hoapono ala. 0 keia
ka oiaio, a he hoopunipuni ka Ku
elo e olelo ala no ke kue ka o ka
Makua Baluwina kekumu i hooko
hu ole ia ai o Chas. Copp, me ia
ike no nae o Kuelo olelo no i ka
olelo wahahee. '
Na Home Rula
' Ua poina anei na Home . Rula
ka Kepoikai i hana'i i ka makatfiki
1900? Ia makahiki he rnolto sene-
toa Repubalikao Kepoikai, amaho
pe o kona haule ana ma ia kau ko-
ho balota o kela Kepoikai no ke
kanaka Hawaii mua loa i kakauiuoa
iho i kekahi palapala hoopii e noi
ana i ka hale Ahaolelo Nui ma
Wasinetona e kipaku iaR. W. Wi
likoki aole e ae iaia e lilo i hoa ha-
nohano no kela. Hale Kaukanawai
He oiaio aole i ko ia manao
Kepoikai i hoopuuana ai ia mau la,
Ea! e ae ana anei oukou e hooha
nonano akn l ke kanaka noonoo
kapakahi e like aela me keia? Ke
olelo liei o Kepoikai e nana aku
oukou iaia a koho iaia no kona ka
naka Hawaii ana, a pehea la ka oia
i ke kanaka Hawaii sua o Wilikoki
a maitee ino i Ka nanonano o na
Home Rula i hoolei aku ai no Wi
hkoki i ke kau i lanakila ai ka
Elele a na Home Rula? Aole ana
olelo kanaka Hawaii ia mau la, he
hoao kana e hookahuli i ka hua o
ko oukou mana .koho a e hoolilo j
ka mana o na Home Rula i mea ole
ma ke ano kue i ka mea pololei
Ina he opualii ko ua Home Rula
e opualii ana anei o Kepoikai ke
loaa ka hanohano iaia mai ia ou
A bright young uiau, must be good
taleauian, with ambition.
Apply to, .
Maui Dry Good & Grocery Co. Ltd. I
I kaPoe Koho Balota
o ke Kalana o Maui.
Ua haiia mai ia makbu ke ao nei
o VV. J. Coelho ame na nioho l)e
mocrata aole e koho i kekahi moho
kue waiona no ka Ahaololo.
Ke kuhikuhi uei au i ka poe ko
ho balota i keia kumuhana o ke ka
huahana a na Repubalika i hooholo
lokahi ia e ka Ahaelele Repubalika
ma Wailuku i ka la 28 o Sepatenia
ba o keia makahiki, e olelo ana pe-
"A o ke koho balota laula i pau
iho nei e lawcia no ma kc ano he
hooia ma ka aoao o ua makaainaua
o keia Teritore no. kekakoo i ke. ka
nawai waiona e ku nei, a mekaho
oko pololei i ua kanawai ala; a e
hoopaa ana i ka Aoao Repubalika e
kue aku i ka hoololi ana i kona mau
hooponopono ana ma ke Kau Aha
olelo e hiki mai ana koe nae ka hoo
ponopono ana 1 ke kanawai e hoi
hoi mai ana i kona mau loaa laikini
no na Kalana."
VS hooholo lokahi ia keia kumu
hana e na Elele apau iloko o ka
Ahaelele, a o na moho apau i waer
ia ma ua Ahaelele ala ua hoohikiia
e kakoo l ke kahuahana Kepuhau-
ka me keia kumuhana.
A o keia kumuhana e pili ana i
ka olelo hoohefo o kela koho balo
ta kuikawa ame ke kanawai waiona
aia no iloko o ke kahuahana i hoo-
holoia ma na Ahaelele o ke Kalana
ame ke Teritore i ' nialamaia i keia
makahiki ma Honolulu, a ua hoo
paaia na moho Repubalika no ka
Ahaolelo mai na mokupuni mai a
pau e kakoo i keia kumuhana o ka
kahuahana a na Repubalika.
E hooko pololei ana ka aoao Re
pubalika me kana mau moho apau
i keia olelo hoopaa a lakou.
Ina e hookomo ia mai kekahi
manao iloko o keia kau Ahaolelo
e hoololi i ke kanawai kuai wai
ona aole ia hana na na Repubalika
H. P. BALDWIN.
Lunahoomalu, Komite o ka Aoao
Repubalika, Kalana o Maui.
Puunene, Maui, '
Nov. 1, 1910.
the straight Republican
Notice is hereby given that the matter
of the condemnation proceeding of the
property of the Union Protestant Church
ot Wailuku will be heard by the Board
of Supervisors of the County of Maui at
9:30 A. M., November loth, at its Hoard
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.
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
printed form supplied for that purpose
and signed by the applicant; blauk. for
such application shall be furnishen by
the District Overseer at the request f
(2) The applicant shall pay in ad
vance at the Office of the County
Treasurer, the cost of tapping, connect
ing ana laying the service pipe, stop
cock and meter, leading on to the pro
perly upon wnicn uie privilege is
Provided, however, that for all con
sumers using 5,000 U. S. Gallon, 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 inch meter,
f 1. 00 for inch meter, and $1.25 fori
inch meter. The charge for tapping,
connecting service pipe and atop cock
shall be the actual cost of material and
labor to the County; the cost in full for
the meter and its installation .hall be
$11.00 for a inch meter; $16. 00 for a
inch meter; $25.00 for 1 inch meter,
Larger than 1 inch meter, shall be
installed by the County by special agree
ment. All meter, .hall be under the
control ot the District Overseer or his
authorized ageut, and shall be repaired
by him at the expense of the consumer.
(3) All watt rake, shall be paid
quarterly, on the first day of January,
the first day of April, the first day of
July and the first day of October, of
each year, at the office of the County '
. (4) In all cmci of the noti-pHymeiit
of water rate within fifteen days after
same are due, ten per cent in addition
to the regular rates may be charged to
and become flue by the person holding
such privilege, and the District Overseer
may forthwith, without notice, shut off
the water from iuch privilege and charge j
tne expi'ii.- ot the same to the holder ot
the privilege; the water so shut off from
such privilege shall not be turned on
again mini Hie rates for tiuii privilege
and cxpt'iaes have been paid iu full.
($) The owner o the property sliail i
le held responsible for the settlement of
the water rates in cases when siich water
rates have not been paid by the tenuul.
(6) No person supplied with water
from fie Government pipe shall bet per
mitted to use the same for any purposes
other than those staled in their agree
meat, nor to supply water in any way to
other persona or property.
(7) Consumers shall prevent all un
necessary waste of water, and shall uiak
no concealment of the purposes for
which it is used. Durinif seasons ol
drouth or scarcity of water, all wuter
from this system shall be used .strictly
for domestic purposes and for watering
stock, even though the agreement may
allow the use of water lor other purposes,
unless, however, specially authorized in
writing by the Hoard of Supervisors or
its authorized agent.
(S) No alterations shall le made in
any water pipe or fixture without hrst
giving not.ee 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 water is in writing
ordered shut off.
(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
(12) The District Overseer or any
duly authorized agent of his shall be al
lowed at all reasonable hoitrs on the pro
perty of the consumer for the purjxise 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 au 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, ao cts. per thousand
gallons, (d) When exceeding fifteen
WE ARE SHOWING a large line
of Stamped Linens, in some very Beautiful
Designs and in all Sizes, at Prices Ranging
from 5 cents each to $5.00 each. Suitable
for Christmas Gifts.-
Pieces are D'Oylies, Towels, Bureau
J Scarfs, Table Covers, Night Gowns, I
Chemise, etc., etc.
For One Week we will allow a
Special Discount of 25 per cent on all this
thousand, gallon per day, 15 cts. per
thousand gallons, (e) Free water wil
be supplied from suitable water tanks,
for domestic purposes and watering stock
new the Government main or belt road
at Ouiaopib, Waiakoa. Kcokea, Kamnole,
I'lupalakua, and at the Knnaic village.
Any person wasting, oontaniinating or
otherwise injuring the water of the water
supply at these .lauks will be prosecuted
according tolaw. " '
(14) Violation 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 cots 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
connected with the same. He is hereby
authorized to grant and sign permission
for water privileges and make all agree
ments in contraction with water rates, ex
cepting special permits for the use of
water, during a shortage or drouth, for
other than domestic 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
the County Treasurer, and the original
to be retained'by him as an office record.
KiUa, Maui, 19
from the Kula Pipe Line Water System
U. S. gallon.
of water during days, an
average of IT. S.
gallons per day, at the rate of
cents per thousand gallons,
Hollars and Cents. ,
Present meter reading
Last " " '..
Net U. S. Gallons.
(17) The consumer, when making
payments for water charges shall present
t" the Treasurer the bill for water re-
ceived iroin the District Overseer, which,
when lull payment is made, shall be
stumped ' paid" together w ith date of
payment, and signed by the Treasurer,
which shall constitute , the consumer's
receipt for the payment in full ot their
Approved this 14th day of October,
TUB HOARD OF .SUPERVISORS
WITHIN AND FOR THE, COUNTY. OF
MAUI. ' . -v
By (Sgn.) W. F. POGUE,
. ' Chairman.
Approved this day of October,
Superintendent Public Works.
Wm. F. KAAE,
Oct. 22, 29, Nov. 5.
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