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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 19 U
I ho schooner Muncl, Capt. Hoi
ljngson, was towed out to sea by
tho Claudino Tuesday with the bal
unco of Kaoleku Company's sugar
m - T ,1 -a r -w a
iur. xsortn and Mr. Lansing were
liana visitors the past week, inspec
tion tlic Plantations in tho line of
pathology. They left for Honolulu
by the Claudino Tuesday.
Mr. Arthur Donco arrived by the
Claudino and will take chargo o
tho Kacleku Mill as engineer for tho
coming year, ho will bo ably assisted
by Mr. Joseph Chalmers who is just
out from Scotland where ho has
completed his apprenticeship as
Mr. Biela also arrived by Clau
dine, and ho will look after the
Chemistry and Boiling Department
for tho coming crop.
Mr. Dias the Awa root man leaves
by Claudino for Honolulu where he
will meet his wife who hah just
undergone an operation at the
Mr. Lee Austin was a Hana visi
tor this week with his sampl
trunks. And so was Paul Schmidt of
Hackfeld &Co., Ltd.
Mr. L. Y. Aiona the Liana mcr
chant will bo a Honolulu visitor
Very rough at Hana tho past week
and the breakers have been break
ins over the wharf. It still con
tinucs to be rough.
The blacksmith shop formerly
owned by Mr. Olscn at Lower Paia,
has been bought by John Medeiros.
August Joseph is in charge.
Thu friends of Mrs. Capclles will
bo glad to learn that she is recover
ing from the operation at the
Queen's hospital, Honolulu.
John Kaluna has enlarged his
homo near the Iao Stables. A luau
is expected soon.
Tax Collector Morton was in Paia
this week collecting taxes.
Tho Paia Store was beautifully
decorated this week. Their open
ing Monday was a brilliant affair.
Throngs from tho surrounding
country spending all day Monday
looking over the Christmas novel
The Paia mill started grinding
this week and is in full t-wing.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing Ordinances will be taken up for
final consideration on Friday, December
8, 1911, at 2:30 p. 111.
AN ORDINANCE SETTING FORTH
THE RULES AND REGULATIONS
OF AND FOR THE LAHAINA WA
TER WORKS SYSTEM; THE MAK
ING OF APPLICATIONS FOR WA
TER PRIVILEGES, THE ISSUANCE
OF PERMITS, THE ESTABLISH
MENT OF RATES FOR WATER,
AND FIXING LIABILITY FOR
PAYMENT THEREOF, PRESCRIB
ING TIMES AND PLACES OF PAY
MENT, AND OTHERWISE DEFIN
ING THE PRIIVLEGES, DUTIES
USING SAID WATER, AS WELL AS
THOSE HAVING CHARGE THERE
OF AND PROVIDING FOR THE
TERMINATION OF ALL PRIVI
LEGES IN CASES WHERE SUCH
RULES AND REGULATIONS ARE
Be It Ordained by the Board of Super
visors within and for the County of Maui:
leparlment of Public Improvements.
LAHAINA WATER WORKS.
f?ulia (1 ti f?tf?rlllfi rlnnu f 9 I.n
liuiira Water Works !or thA
Town ol Lahaina and suburbs.
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
shall be upon a printed form, which will
be furnished at the office of the District
Overseer of Lahaina,
2. The applicant shall pay iu advance,
at the office of the County Treasurer, the
cost of tappiug, connecting and laying of
the service pipe leading into the premises
upon which the privilege is situated, to a
stopcock not over ten feet inside of said
premises. The cost of tapping, connec
ting and laying the service pipe shall be
five dollars if Jon the same side of the
street a9 the main, nnd ten dollars if on
the opposite side.
3. All water rates shall be paid quar
terly, on the first day of January .the first
day of April, the first day of July and the
first day of October each yean at the
office of the County Treasurer.
4. In all cases of non-payment of wa
ter within thirty day9 after same are due,
ten per cent hi 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 expenses
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 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 tenants.
6. No person supplied with water
from the Government Pipes shall be per
mitted to use the same for any purposes I
other than those stated in his agreement,
nor to supply water in any way to other
persons or premises.
7. consumers snail prevent all 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 in writing of the intended altera
tion to the District Overseer, and having
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
dered shut off.
10. All service pipes shall be kept clear
and in good repair by the holder of the
privilege at his own expense.
11. in an cases ot lire alarm, persons
having irrigation or other privilegcsshall
immediately shut off the water.
12. No one but the persons authorized
by the District Overseer shall tap or turn
on or off water from the main pipes.
13. All officers cf the Lahaiiia Water
works shall be admitted at reasonable
hours to preiniscshaving water privileges
for the purpose of inspecting, cuttiug off
or turning on the water.
14. No water supplied to ships or ves
sels-except by the duly authorized officer
of the Lahaina Waterworks. Iu all cases
of water supplied hereunder, a receipt
for the quantity supplied shall be given,
and payment shall be made to no person
except on the production of the receipt
from the County Treasurer, or from his
duly authorized agent.
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 for
domestic purposes "and lawn irrigation,
shall be sold by one of the following me
thods, at the option or choice of the con
sumer, provided however, that whenever
any consumer shall allow continual waste
or extravagance, and after two or more
notices in writing by the District Over
seer, or his authorized agent of such con
tinual waste or extravagance, sucn con
sumer shall be required to pay for all
water consumed thereafter, by meter
measurement at the usual rates:
(a) By the area of the building or
(b) By Meter Measurement, at an es
tablished rate per thousand gallons of
(c) All water sold under these rules
for other than the alove purposes shall
be sold by Meter or other measurement.
Rutes for Water.
17. When sold by area of building or
ard the rates shall be as follows:
(a) For buildings occupied by single
family, covering a ground surface of (not
including open porches):
Square feet One Story Two Story
o to 600 5 6.00 $ 9.00
601 to 800 7.00 -10.00
801 to 1080 8.00 12.00
1001 to 1200 g.oo 13.00
201 to 1400 10.00 15.00
401 to 1600 11.00 16.00
1601 to 1800 12.00 18.00
1801 to 2000 13.00 19,00
2001 to 2500 14.00 21,00
2S01 to 3000 15.00 22.00
3001 to 3500 16.00 24.00
3501 to 4000 17.00 25.00
4001 to 4500 18.00 27.00
4501 to 5000 19.00 28.00
5001 to 5500 21.00 30.00
550iJto6ooo 22.00 31.00
For all houses one story in height, cov
ering a greater area than six thousand
Cnnnrit ff tllnrn cltall i o1ilaf1 mm ?-!
r for each additional five hundred
square feet or fraction thereof, aud the
further sum of 50 per cent of the first
floor rate for each additional story.
Where a house or building is occupied
by more than one family the general rate
for each additional family shall be three
quarters (Jf) of the foregoing rates, ex
cept where two or more .families occupy
the same floor, iu which case the rate for
each family on the same floor shall be
the rate for the floor surface occupied by.
such family, according to the foregoing
For horses or cattle, one dollar per
(bj When sold by meter measurement.
(1) For domestic purposes and lawn
irrigation where there is no proven water
right, six (6) cents per thousand gallons.
(2) For domestic purposes and lawn
irrigation where there is a proven water
right four (4) cents per thousand gallons;
Provided however that an equal amount
ol water shall be supplied to the Govern
ment Main, by the consumer as is being
consumed by that consumer from the
(3) For commercial purposes, such as
the cultivation of vegetables, fruits and
other plants for sale, railroads, manu
factories, hotels, lodging houses, offices,
stables and other business enterprises, as
(a) When the quantity of water used
does not exceed, on an average 2000 gal
lons per day, seven and one-half cent per
(b) When exceeding 2000 gallons per
day oud not exceeding 4000 gallons per
day, seven cents per thousand gallous,for
the second 2000 gallons;
(c) When exceeding 4000. gallons per
day and not exceeding 6000 gallons per
day, six and one-half cents per thousand
gallons for the third 2000 gallons;
(d) When exceeding 6000 gallons per
day and not exceeding 8000 gallons per
day, six cents per thousand gallons for
the fourth 2000 gallons;
(c) When exceeding 8000 gallons per
day, five and one-half cents per thousand
gallons, for all water sold over aud above'
Iu all instances where a store aud resi
The Fall of
IS THE BEST MADE
dence are maintained in the same build
ing water used shall be charge 1 for at
When sold to shipping one half
cent per gallon delivered on board vessel.
18. The District Overseer or his author
ized agent shall at the end of each quar
ter 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 au office recodr:
Lahaina, Maui 19...
from the Lahaina Waterworks
U. S. Gallons
of water during days, an average of...
U. S. gallons per day, at the rate of
i cents per thousand
gallons, Dollars and Cents.
Preseut Meter Reading
Last Meter Reading
Net U.S. Gallons
District Overseer, Lahaina.
19. Payment for water purchased un
der Section 19, Paragraph a. shall be
made in advance to the County Treasurer
or his authorized agent. Bills for which
shall be on priuted forms supplied by the
20. The consumer, when making pay
ments for water charges, shall preseut
to the County Treasurer or his authorized
agent the bill for water received from
the District Overseer, which, when full
payment ,is made, shall be stamped
the Year Is
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd
BUYS AND SELLS RE Al j ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
'paid" together with the date of pay
ment, ami signed by the Treasurer or his
authorized agent, which shall constitute
the consumers receipt for the payment in
full of their water charges.
21. All meters, or other measuring de
vices, shall be the property of the County
of Maui, under its control and repaired
at its expense. No charge shall be made
to the consumer for the installation or
use of any meter or othe r measuring de
vice. 22. Violation of any of these rules aud
regulations terminate the privilege, and
the same shall not be renewed until all
water rates due, together with costs and
expenses, shall have first been paid.
The District Overseer is autho rized t
P. O. Box 34G 5
grant aud sign permission for water pri
vileges, aud make all arrangements in
connection with water rates.
23. This Ordinance shall take effect
from and after the first of January, 1912,
and its publication once a week for a
period of two consecutive weeks iu a
newspaper of general circulation pub
lished in the County of Maui, and the
posting of a true copy thereof upon a
bulletin board in front of or near the
rooms occupied by the Board ol Super
visors, By order of the Board of Supervisors of
the County or Maui, T. II. '
Wm. FRED KAAE, te .
Nov. 25, Dec. 2.