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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1913.
Fine prizes have been secured for
llio Mask Kail this and evening the
list reads as follows: 1. Most .Re
presentative diameter, Prize: 1
Complete Silver Set Donated by
Maui Diy Goods & (i. Co.; 2. Best
Original Couple, Prize: 1 Clothes
Brush Ladies Toilet Box and Silk
Handkerchief, Donated by People's
Store Ltd.; 3. Most Comical Male
Character, Prize: 1 Fancy Clock,
Donated by J. Garcia; 4. Most
Comical Female Character, Prize: 1
Carving Set, Donated by John M.
Medeiros; 5. Most Homical Couple,
Prize: Three Fancy Vases, Donated
by Pioneer Store; 6. Guessing Con
test Prize: 1 Live Turkey, Donat
ed by Kula Members of the L. U.
All persons in mask will be al
lowed to cast one vote as to number
of Beans in Glass Vase under seal.
Person guessing nearest to the cor
rect figure will be presented with
the prize. Any masquerader get
ting a prize will be disqualified from
obtaining this prize. Only Mas
queraders allowed to vote. 7. Sec
ond Best Representative Couple,
Prize: Fancy Handkerchief Pox,
Donated by K. Sakai; 8. Second
Best Comical Male Character, Prize:
Cahfene Cake and Pale of Califene,
Donated by Mrs. M. E. West; 9.
General Prize- for Lady, Prize: 1
pair Ladies Silk Hose, Donated by
F. Medeiros; 10 Second Best Comi
cal Female Character, Prize: Ladies
Purse, Donated by F. M. Correa.
Prizes will be announced by the
Judges at 10 P. M. Unmasking
takes place after the Grand March,
immediately after which prizes will
Kula Pipeline Affairs
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Ions of water per day were account
ed for. This leaves but two con
clusions to be drawn. Either there
was plenty of water, or else there
was something wrong with the
management of the system pro
bably both conclusions are correct.
As soon as the report was read,
Chairman. Kalama, of the Board of
Supervisors, jumped into the breach
in defense of the supervisors, lie
said that the Kula pipe system had
only been in charge of the super
visors for a couple of mouths. He,
personally, had started an investi
gation into the matter and had al
ready fired an employee who was
found drunk at a saloon, when he
should have been attending to the
pipes, and seeing to the manage
ment of the water supply.
Kalama felt sore at the tone of
the report of the committee, and he
declared that the present board of
supervisors was not to blame in
Supervisor Ilenning said that the
Maui Loan Fund Commissioners
were the ones that are to blame for
the careless manner in which the
Kula pipe line affairs are managed.
Henning was positive that the
supervisors old or new had noth
ing to do with the water supply till
just two months ago.
W. F. Pogue then got to his feet
and declared that if anyone was to
blame it was the old board of super
visors, of which he was the chair
man. He said that he, as a mem
ber of the committee, had signed
the report that criticized the admin
istration of the Kula pipe line. He
did not think that the present
board could take offense at the re
port. Going on into details, Pogue
declared that although only 21,000
gallons were accounted for, he
thought that the free water that is
given to schools, hospitals and
other institutions, should be noted.
He also said that there was a loss
.throng the pipes breaking at times.
It was pointed out by the com
mittee that the Kula line was never
intended to furnish a daily supply
of water to all consumers. The
idea was to enable residents of the
district to refill their tanks and cis
terns, whet) the necessity arose. It
has been estimated that there exists
througout the mountain side, in
cisterns and tanks, a storage capa
city of about 10,000,000 gallons,
which under proper management,
could be forced into use. The pipe
line itself, stores about 1,000,000
gallons and the present reservoir at
Waiakamoi about 4000,000 gallons.
If properly handled there should
be sufficient storage at present to
prevent any dire calamity in an
As to the matter of the best pos
sible site for a location for a per
manent storage reservoir, should
such be deemed necessary, the
committee was divided four favor
ing the Waiaka1' ii site and one
the Z '.. i site
Mr. Howell, who did not agree
with the rest of the committee,
turned in a minority report. He
favors the Olinda site and says that
the Waiakamoi location would al
ways cause trouble through the
slides of earth and rocks that take
place from time to time. The Wai
akamoi site is also four miles away
in the forest and very hard of ac
cess. Howell gave his reasons for
favoring the Olinda site, and then
C. D. Lufkin moved that Howell's
report be endorsed by the Chamber
with the proviso that it depended up
on whether a reservoir was necessary
at all. The Chamber endorsed the
minority report as to the site, but
the general opinion seemed to be
that with proper administration the
pipe line difficulty can be overcome.
Legislators to Visit Us
(Continued from page 1)
the same hereby is, extended to the
Legislature of the Territory of Ha
waii, now in session, in a body and
as a whole, to visit the County of,
Maui, to consult with the citizens,
the Chamber of Commerce, the
Board of Supervisors, and other
civic or political organizations, as
to proper and much needed legisla
tion for the benefit of the County of
"Be it further resolved that the
Board of Supervisors le requested
to join and cooperate with the Maui
Chamber of Commerce in. this in
vitation and in the entertainment
of our gues-t-i-
"l!e it still further resolved that
copies of this Resolution be sent to
the Maui delegation in the Legisla
ture for presentation in both the
Senate and House of Represent
atives." 2. "Be it resolved by the -Board
of Trustees of the Maui Chamber of
Commerce that there be four com
mittees appointed, by the President,
the president to he ex-ofiicio Chair
man of each committee, for the en
tertainment and care of the mem
bers of the Legislature dining their
expected official visit to Maui.
1st. Reception Committee of nine
members; 2d. Entertainment Com
mittee of three members; 3rd.
Transportation Committee of three
members; 4th. Committee on ways
and means of three members.
The above Resolutions were, each
n order, adopted, the Vice-Presid
ent making the following appoint
Messrs. C. D. Lufkin, L. Wein
zheimer, J. N. S. Williams, W. T.
Robinson, W. A. McKay, D. C.
Lindsay, S. B. Kingsbury, E. B.
Carley, and D. H. Case.
E.NTKUTAIX M EXT COM M ITTEE .
Messrs. W. F. Pogue, W. II.
Field, and Win. Henning.
Committee on Ways and Means.
Messrs. Harold Rice, W. F.
Pogue, and C. D. Lufkin.
T KANS I'O HTATION CoM M ITTEE.
Messrs. J. X. S. Williams, E. R.
Bevins, and J. J. Walsh.
The chance given to show the
legislators what the real Maui spirit
means, was grasped by all the
people of Wailuku, and the conse
quence can only be that our visi
tors will go away contented and
happy. They will carry away a
better idea of the progress made on
this island. during the past year,
and they will have nothing but
pleasant recollection when they sail
from Lahaina for the Capital City.
Maui Country Club
(Continued from page 1)
automobiles to reach the club in
comfort and safety.
The clubhouse will be provided
with a ball room, dressing rooms,
shower baths, lockers and every
thing that is necessary for a seaside
resort. A janitor will be installed
and a laundress will take care of
towels, bathing suits and other
things that are necessary.
The sense of the meeting was
that the committee had outlined a
good practical scheme and those
present then got down to the work
of perfecting a permanent organ
ization. A nominating committee
was named by Chairman Walker,
and Messrs. White, Sloggett and
Wescoatt soon got down to work
and put in the following nomina
tions for officers of the club: Pres
ident, W. S. Searby; Vice-President,
H. W. Rice; Secretary-
Treasurer, E- R, Bevins; Directors
C. White, D. C- Lindsay, C. D.
Lufkin, R. A. Hughes, A. Collins
and J. J. Walsh.
Mr. Searby declared that he did
not want the position of president,
as he is going away for a trip.
Those present would not hear of
his retiring, however, as he is con
sidered to be the best possible man
for the position. The nominations
closed and the officers and directors
as named were elected.
There will be another meeting in
the near future and there is no
doubt that the club will boom
along. All those present at the
meeting on Tuesday evening are
determined to become members,
and there is also a long list of peo
ple from all over Maui waiting to
get in on the proposition.
CHICAGO'S MOTOR CAR BANDITS.
Automobile bandits have terroriz
ed Chicago so much that a special
squad of policemen has been formed
to rid the town of them. The blue
coats ride in a motorcar, are armed
with magazine rifles and revolvers
and have been ordered to shoot to
THB CONSOLATION PRIZE. I
Uncle Elten says: "Work is the!
consolation prize Old Man Adam
drew in that disastrous game in the
Garden of Eden.''
At Kahului Store
1 1 J J I 11 III.
L 1 V I
Drive up to the store and
hare your tank iilled
."De World Am Moovirf Ahead Indeed"
Convince yourself of the fact, by ex
amining the latest improved 1913, MIGHTY
MICHIGAN FORTY. The first Cor of that
world famous make recently arrived on
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Your pocket book need'nt be emptied to
get a good smoke
A cigar that is all quality and selling at $5.00 the
box of 100.
No money put in bands, no foil just quality,
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