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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1912
A 1911 :
Fa bl e
The Commom Carrier and the Gratitude
of the Populace.
Onco thero wns a little E-Flat
Town tlmt nwdrd 11 Direct Commu
nication with a Trunk Line.
A Promoter weuring Sunday
Clothe? and smoking 40-cciit cigars
came out from the city to see alxnit
The Daily Paper p-it him on the
front page. Five dollars was the
setback for each plate at the ban
quet tendered him by the Mercan
tile Association. A bonus was of
fered, together with a site for the
repair ';hops and the roundhouse.
When the College graduates in
khaki suits began to drag chains
across lots, a ave of joy engulfed
Main street from the grain elevator
clear out to the creamery.
Then come 10,000 Carusos, tem
porarily residing in box cars, to dis
arrange the face of nature and put a
culvert over the creek. Ileal estate
dealers emerged from their holes
and local Rip Van Winkles began to
sit up and rub their eyes.
One morning a train zipped
through the cut and pulled up at
the new station.
The road was an assured fact.
The rails were spiked down; the
rolling stock was in commission;
trains were running according to
There'was no longer any reason
for waiting, so the citizens hiked
over to the court house and began
to file damage suits. The Town
Council started in to pass ordinances
and the Board of Equalization
whooped the taxes.
; . Horny-handed jurors hung around
the Circuit Court room waiting for
a chance to take a wallop at the soul
When the, promoter came along
on a tour of inspection, the only
person down to meet him was the
Children in the public shool prac
ticed the new Oval penmanship by
fi ng their copy-books with the fol
lowing particular catch-line : ' 4 When
you have a chance to Soakthe Rail
road, go to it."
And the trains never ran to suit
MORAL: Go easy with Capital
until you get it Hoped and Tied.
Report of Committee.
Wailuku, Maui, Mar. 8th, 1912.
To the Honorable
The Board of Supervisors,
Your Investigation Committee to
whom was referred the matter of
probing into the charges made by
the Maui News against the Fish
and Food Inspector in ro filthy and
unsanitary condition of the fish
market in Wailuku, begs leave to
report, that in several visits of in
spection made recently, your Com
mittee found things in good condi
tion and not as represented by said
newspaper, and only regrets the ab
sence of customers at this public
place owing to lack of marketable
In so far as the small open ditch
running behind the Kalua premises
your Committee wishes to state that
the property owners thru which
same runs are willing to have boxed
same and covered over, there doing
away with the menace to public
. (Sgd) WM. HENNING.
(Sdg) R. A. DRUMMOND.
The boys at the I'uuuene club house
are giving an invitation dance tbis even
ing to their friends. This is St. Patrick's
day eve, and the boys always love to
honor Ireland's patron saint.
An interesting case was tried over at
Lahaina Wednesday. A Chinaman was
accused of assaulting an Hawaiian gril.
This is not the first time this Chinaman
has been accused of the same offense.
he judge will give his decision on Mou
J. W. Kicard has opened a law office
Jack Bergstrom is out again, -after
quite a long seige in the hospital. -
D. C. Lindsay went to Honolulu on
the Claudine last Tuesday, and returned
on the Lurline Friday.
Mr. E. J. Walker who has been in the
Pmuieiie hospital for over a week, is im
proving rapidly, and will Boon be out
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
.the Good Shepherd will hold its Social
Meeting with Mrs. Foss, Kahului, on
Wednesday, March aoth, at 2:30 p. tn.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Chillingworth
have returned to Wailuku after a month
visit to Honolulu. Mrs. Chillingworth
came in on the Lnrline Friday morning.
Mrs. Judge McKay has been steadily
gaining since her recent operation, and
the doctors have now given their consent,
and she returned home on the Lurline
Friday morning, j
President Lindsay, and treasurer Luf-
kin of the Naliiku Rubber Co., both are
hopeful that the company will be paying
dividends next year. The manager says
the company will pay expenses during
the current year.
C. D. Lufkin expects to sail for the
coast on the VVilhelmina about April
241I1. Mr. Lufkin is going to his old
home at Bloomington, 111., to be present
at the celebration of the 88th birthday of
his mother, Mrs. L. R. Lufkin.
There will be a concert April 13th, for
the benefit" of the memorial window to
George R. Whipple in the Church of the
Good cjhepherd. Mr. Whipple was one
of the first missionaries on Maui, and
was also school teacher to many of the
men and women of today, who were then
boys and girls. The program will be
announced later. '
Arrivals Maui Hotel: A. C. Pillsburg,
San Francisco; D. L. Rosenfield, Port
land, Oregon; Nathan Smith, New York;
J. W. Fales, Detroit, Michigan; Harry
Corson Clarke and wife, Haifa, Syria;
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bonner, Oakland;
L. D. Gregg, T. J. FiUpatrick, R. Halft,
Irving J. Hurd, George Bustard, J. B.
Stewart, B. G. Granville, D. L. Austin,
G. Hadley, Honolulu.
Papers for damage suits in 1000 each
have 'been filed against Futardo and
Henning of Lahaina in one case, and
against Furtardo and Lindsay in another,
by Albert Cockett. The complaint alleges
that Cockett was discharged by Furtardo
as chauffeur and only received half his
wages. He collected $15 from Louis
Henning and notified Futardo he was
applying it to the wages which he claim
ed was due him. Henning then had
Cockett arrested and charged with being
a gross cheat, and the district judge at
Lahaina dismissed the case. Here is
whre the damage suit come in.
BOARD OP AGRICULTURE
AND FORESTRY FRUIT
Rule and Regulation ot the Board
of Commissioners of Agricul
ture and Forestry! Con
Sanitation on the
Island of Maul.
Whereas, the Mediterranean Fruit
I- ly has obtained a foothold in various
Islands of this Territory;
The Board of Commissioners of Agri
culture and Forestry of the Territory of
Hawaii hereby makes the following rules
and regulations for the purpose of con
trolling, diminishing or eradicating said
Mediterranean Fruit Fly and other in
jurious fruit flies and the larvae thereof,
and preventing or diminishing the loss
causable by them.
Section i. No fruit, melon or vege-
able other than fruit imported from
other countries in the original packagts
shall be landed at any port on the Island
of Maui, and inspectors and other duly
appointed agents of the Board of Agri
culture aud Forestry are hereby empow
ered to examine and inspect all freight,
baggage aud belongings landed at ports
on the Island of Maui and to destroy,
treat, or dispose of any and all such fruit,
melons or vegetables found amoug such
fruit, baggage or belongings.
Section 3. Any person violating the
above rule shall be guiltv of a mis
demeanor and upon conviction thereof,
shall be punished by a fine not to exceed
Five Hundred Dollars, as provided by
Section 390 of the Revised Laws as
amended by Act 8 of the Session Laws
of 1905 and Act 112 of the Session Laws
Section 3. This rule shall take effect
upon its approval by the Governor.
Approved: (Sd.) W. F. FREAR,
Governor of Hawaii.
Honolulu; Territory of Hawaii, March
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