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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1913.
Report of the Receipts and Expenditures of
the County of Maui for the Quarter Year
Ending, September 30, 1913.
CA- BALAX8K. Il'LV 1ST. loll
j j i
jimj Tax Fund $ 33.4"5 74
tliool Fund 2.820 20
lame Fund t mi m
(ilYroveiiitiit Tax Fund 5,654 83
(General Fund 57,86765 90,77021
imnlry Realizations 697 55
Fines t'i Costs 5,54 3
Licenses, Liquor 5,010 00
Licenses, General 14.967 73
Malulatii Hospital 517 00
Taxes 2,843 74 .
ater Rates 2,363 48
Improvement Tax 63296
Special Game Fund 170 00
Road Tax Wailuku 1,53625
, " Makawao 74904
" Lahaiua 489 70
" Hana 13672
" Molokai , 11150 35,27970
Overdraft Improvement Fund 3,131 52
Jt'erdraft Scliool Fund 87480 4,0063
1 30,o56 23
larv Supervisors 1,20000
cideutals Supervisors 8$$ 82
ipport Maintenance Indigents 20 00 2,075 82
lary County rhysicians 800 00
Vary Health Inspectors 680 00
Jlary District Nurse 300 00
cidentals Sanitation 145 80
unty Farm & Sanitarium 1,50000
qhilani Hospital 2,20352 5,62932
COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE.
lary County Clerk 45000
puty Clerk & Two Assistants 800 00
identals County Clerk 14 10 1,26410
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTS.
ry Auditor 525 00
lary Deputy Auditor 330 00
'orientals Auditor 98 35
' ary Treasurer , 52500
lary Deputy Treasurer 330 00
Cidentals Treasurer 160 25
-pense Liquor Commission 26500 2,23360
: LAW AND COURTS.
ttry County Attorney 600 00
laries Deputy & Two Assistants 80 00
jidentals County Attorney 276 50
Jaries District Magistrates 1,47000
Cidentals District Courts 58 30
ilary Clerk Circuit Court ,, 450 00
lerk & Stenographer Circuit Court 450 00
"tpenses Circuit Court 571 54
brary Circuit Court 50 25
peuse Juvenile Court 8140
tnesses Circuit Court 54 60 4,972 59
I ' '
. POLICE DEPARTMENT.
lary Sheriff 600 00
puty Sheriffs 1 ,616 75
tlary Sheriff's Clerk 2-0 00
json Guards y2u 00
ice Pay Rolls 6,277 5
auiiner Chauffeurs 235 00
oners' Inquest 330 25
.ective Fund .-. 489 25
'dentals Sheriff 1,506 76
Jiort Maintenance Prisoners 2,09992 r4, 145 43
.Buildings iI9j 53
airs & Maintenance 2,212 76
ilure & Fixtures 170, 27
or Service & Supplies 23955 3,82411
' MISCELLANEOUS. ,
nture & Office Supplies 419 17
phones & Wireless 903 75
ris County Officers 7000
jng & Advertising 296 50
iily Militia 15000
.nse Fire Department no 28
eile Preservation 144 71 2,28841
' 'DEPARTMENT PUBLIC WORKS.
ries District Overseers 1,69000
jnly Buildings 990 36
nty Parks 265 68
ee( Lights 2,466 86
entals Public Works 773 76
f Works Wailuku j2l 08
' " Lahaiua 449 50
, ' " Makawao 857 65
vValks Wailuku 1,562 97
's & Bridges Wailuku 17,651 97
pi Gulch Road Contract 10,300 00
& Bridges Makawao 12,422 73
" Lahaiua 6,18630
" Molokai 2,838 95 62,395 69
Total Expenditures , 98,829 07
oad Tax Fund 6,11246
lame Fund 1,04708
General Fund 24,06762 31,22716
f 1 30,056 23
Auditor of the County of Maui,
iku, Maui, Oct. 4, 1913. '
(Continued from page 1)
"During t lie height of the storm
and while the wreckage was being
dashed about, we were helpless and
could do nothing. When the
weather moderated, I look command
and started to rig a jury rudder.
We needed the rudder more than
anything, just then. It was a hard
job and took us three days to get
ship-shape. At last the rudder was
fixed and then we ptarted in to rig
jury-masts. The lumber on board
the schooner was all very short for
the purpose but, by lashing and
other means, we managed to get
sticks that would hold sail.-
"Canvas was our next trouble
but, fortunately, there was one
spare sail in the lockers. I cut that in
two and made a couple of sails. An old
awning also helped out and, in that
way we managed to get some four
or five knots per hour out of the
OPF TO HONOLULU.
"I decided to make for Hawaii
as the wind and currents were favor
able and hoped to reach Honolulu.
However, it was all dead reckoning
and I. in some way, last one day.
That must have been when we were
working night and day to put the
schooner under jury rig. So, when
we sighted land first, we found it
was Maui and not Oahu. I had
been in Honolulu several times and
knew the coast of Maui when I
"It, was a worrying time for three
days after we first sighted land.
We simply drifted along and could
not get close to the port of Kahului.
Two of the boys had built a flat
bottom boat and they voluntered to
to try and make land and send us
assistance. I allowed them to leave
the schooner when we were about
twenty miles off Kahului. The
boys were doing well when they
were picked up by the tug Leslie
Baldwin, which afterwards, towed
us to port.
"On Friday, October 3 we were
well within sight of Maui and were
hoping that some steamer would
pick us up. There was no wind
and we simply drifted around.' All
day Friday this continued find on
Saturday morning we felt miserable.
There seemed no prospect of our
getting to Kahului and it was then
that the two boys started off in
their home-made boat.
"On Saturday afternoon we were
delighted to notice a white launch
making its way out from the harbor.
We saw that the boys in the boat
were picked up, and we then knew
that all was well. The tug came
alongside and quickly put a line
aboard. The rest was easy, and at
five o'clotk we were, safe in the
TOO MUCH FISH.
Captain Johanson said that there
was plenty of food on board the
schooner and that every day enor
mous quantities of fish were caught'
"It became so that when we hauled
up a fish we would look at it and
debate whether we wanted that
variety or not. If the boys did not
aire for that particular kind of
fish, we threw it overboard again
and caught another one. Some
times the same fish came aboard
twice. We were ick and tired of
fish before many days were passed."
Fresh water did not worry the
sailors for a heavy rain that fell
shortly after the hurricane, filled
the tanks and relieved the crew of
any misgivings regarding water.
DISMASTED AUG. 24
The vessel, which was dismasted
on August 2 J, traveled along under
jury rig for forty-one days. About
two thousand miles were covered
and, excepting the captain, all
hands, numberingeight, were saved.
The loss of the captain is felt keenly
by the mate and the crew. Captain
Sandberg was a favorite, and the
only thing that worries the crew is
the fact that everyone except the
skipper was saved. The ships
papers were all lost.
The Robert Searles attracted a lot
of attention as she lay in Kahului
harbor. As far as the hull goes,
she appeared to be sountl. She was
making but little water, and is said
to only need caulking. The decks
are swept clean of everything and
the jury masts make the wreck look
Captain Macaulay, representing
the Underwriters, arrived at Kahu
lui on Tuesday morning. He sur
veyed the vessel and said that she
was sea-worthy as a tow. On Wed
ncsday morning the Honolulu tug
Intrepid came to Kahului and, put
ting a line on the schooner, started
off for Oahu.
The first suspicion that there was
a vessel in distress off the coast of
Maui, was when Dr. Osmers, of
Wailuku, noticed some kind of a
craft away off the coast. He thought
is was some vessel trying to make
Kahului. That was on Friday
morning but, as the day were on,
there was no evidence that the vessel
Captain Parker and Superintend
ent William Walsh, of the Kahului
Ilailroad Company also saw the
strange vessel. They proceeded to
Paia, where with the aid of power
ful glasses, they made out that the
ship was dismasted. A hurried run
was made to Kahului and the tug
Leslie Baldwin was then started off
to the rescue.
We will pay Ten cents a Quart
for Pohas- At the Wharf in Hono
Honolulu Jam & Chutney Factory
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
At Chambers In Prohate.
In the Matter of the Estate of PETER
Order of Notice of Petinion for
.Allowance of Acconts, Deter
mining Trust and Distribut
ing thr Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of E. R. Bevins, Adminis
trator of the Estate of Peter - Joseph, de
ceased, wherein petitioner asks to be
allowed $ no and charged with
$ no , and asks that the same be ex
amined and approved, and that a final
order be made of Distribution of the
remaining property to the persons there
to entiltled and discharging petitioner
and sureties from all further responsibi
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 27th
day of October A. D. 1913, at 10 o'clock
a. m. before the Judge presiding at
Chambers of said Court at his Court
Room in Wailuku, Maui, T. H. be and
the same hereby is appointed the time
and place for bearing said Petition and
Accounts, and that all persons interested
may then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may present
evidence ai to who are entitled to the
said property. And that notice of this
Order, be published in the Maui News,
a weekly newspaper printed and publish
ed in said Wailuku, Maui, for three
successive weeks, the last publication to
be not less than two weeks previous to
the time teerein appointed for said
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Sept. i5, 1913.
(Sd.) S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sd.) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Sept. 20, 27, Oct. 4, it.
Notice ol the Hul Land of Peahi,
All members are requested to be at
the Peahi Church on the 25th day of
October, at 10 o'clock a. m. for the pur
pose of considering the Constitution and
By-Law, which was continued from the
meeting held July 26th.
Dated at Huelo, Maui, Oct. 2nd, 1913.
J. K. SMYTHE, President,
J. HONOKAUPU. Secretary.
Oct. 4-1 1.
Hoolaha a ka Hui Kual Aina o
Ua makemake ia na Lala apau e
akaakoa ae ma ka Hale Pule o Peahi i
ka la 25 Okakoba bora 10 o ke kakahi-
aka, no ka aoouoo ana ina Kutnukanawai
ame na Rula e like me na tuea i hoopanee
ia i ka Halawai i hala i ka malama o
J. K. SMYTHE, Peresidena.
J. HONOKAUPU, Kakauolelo.
Oct. 4-1 1.
We send goods free by
parcels post anywhere
Let us have your
Hotel and Fort Streets
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WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
5 nrtxTr Mr tt tt a ttt a tt
P. O. Box 341
Jime SfableJCahului Slailroad Co,.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st," 1913 'V-'''
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3 00,G 10 2.5A-1,uunene"L
2 ; 4
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Miles A M I p m
2.50 223 15
06 123 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sun
days, at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connect-j
ing with the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene. )
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be
carried free of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on
each half ticket, when baggage is in charge of and on the same
train as the holder of the ticket. For excess baggage 25 cents pei
100 pounds or part thereof will be charged. ;
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. t.
C. No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots. ,
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for it this reason? UKtm
W arc pvewed u mw to ore to n J your
wants in vehicles sad tuvaest. There f noth
ing superior to wast we sre f bowing, in taMe.
style ui service. Absolute honesty hi make
anJ ' est siil. You will aarea n'ma we tell you
IT'S THE FAMOUS
No Batter what jme. went it it's a hsrnass ar
- soaamriing that ruue on wheels, weVe
got it or Mtil qusokly out U.
Coav ioaod Dear with us, BvarrtoJy Uwil
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. ttV
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iiiiiiuiuuM, lAw 1 torget tola.