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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1914.
Continued from 1'nge I.
mios of drought. Again I would
ggest Hint he consult the report
the County Engineer ns to tho
nount of ivnter being used in Paia
one, and that if one thousand
llnrs were expended for pmr.has
g red-wood tanks, but ten could
j secured by tho funds, each hold
ig ten thousand gallons, total, one
undrcd thousand gallons of water,
lie District of Paia, supplied by a
ranch from the Kula Pipe Line,
uring the recent drought used
xty thousand gallons per twenty
ur hours, ns shown by the record
the County Engineer. "In tho
niter of securing valuable inforni
ion," niy contention is if for no
her reason than to secure ''valua
e information," this Plebiscite
ould be called by the Hoard of
ipervisors. Mr. Pogue is well
rare of the fact that a bill was in
duced in the Legislature to pro
do for a reservoir-tit Olinda during
e last session and that for no other
ason than that tho Watkins' Bili
id been passed by tho Legislature,
was pending, the Governor
toed the measure referred to.
io Senate over-rode the Govern
s veto and the Bill was sent to
e House and the House sustained
e Governor's veto, thereby going
uarely on record as in favor of the
ebiscite, and one, at least, of the
aui representatives, voted in favor
tho Governor's veto, Mr. Antone
.vares. Mr. Pogue is well enough
'ormcd, politically, and knows
i temperament of Legislators well
mgh to know, that, if the Plebis
i Law is not utilized at this time,
short, if the people make no nt
.upt to lake advantage of that
w, to secure necessary public im-.-ovements,
that at the session of
. 10 next Legislature, if applied to
-ir relief they will be told to go
Dine and" take advantage of the
w ; that tho said law was passed
r the purpose of giving tho people
ic right to say for themselves as to
hcther they arc competent or in
Dmpetcnt to exercise their rights
nder tho said law, or as whether
mprovements are necessary or un
Mecessary. I contend that the
tounty of Maui is so badly in need
f improvements at the present
me that it cannot afl'ord to allow
matter of five hundred or a thou
md dollars to stand in the way of
!curing the valuable information
ic gentleman refers to for the
jasons above given.
In answering the fourth count,
- eilOlilin Ill.'lt llw lifmit n urn mil it
o exercise their rights under the
uv and that the Board of Super
isors has secured suflicient evidence
o warrant them in the expenditure
f tho necessary amount to defray
ic expenses of the Plebiscite and
snco have evidence enough to war-
mt them in calling for a Plehis
to. In tho mattor of a factional
ltiabole, I would say I am not a
icmbcr ot tho party to which Mr.
oguo belongs and to which he
tllQt Vf.ffil- .iu . 11 1 1
bother or not the factions in Re-
..1.1! ... i
;hor, 1 do nut know, nor do 1 care,
do know that the only interest
mt 1, a Democrat, take in the
t.(ii. It. f.... il 1 p ,i .
. b"'"' ui iiiu people
- ,4fit arc to be affected by the law
r "id as such, I stand willinir and
. .....1..-,. , . .
shoulder with tho Honorable II.
.. Baldwin and II. B. Ponhallow,
' Al.n . 1 11 P J 1 .
in,, ,,,, u4 luuou ivno are
isponsioie lor tlio nassatro of the
lid law in the Legislature and
liom 1 bclievo were honest and
ncoro in wanting to give the pco-
e additional power undtr their
inchiso when they passed the said
X T mil lii'SMwl rt fl.rt il.i T
..in ui nio juui inai, i am
road onough and liberal enough,
olitinally, to stand by the Board of
uporvisord nt this timo and give
,,that liolp I can to them to right
A the nast. and T hnlinrA Mm lnn!Mi
: ...w ,,u , V 1 1 1 1. W 1
and for the citizens of this County,
is to stand with them irrespective of
party affiliations and work for tho
good and the betterment of all of
the people of this County at this
time, and T therefore believe that if
the matter of calling for a Plebiscite
is postponed until the timo of the
gcncial elections, as Mr. Pogue
would have it, that cither or both
parties will attempt to mako it a
political issue and that individuals
will attempt to distort facts in order
to obtain votes and there is a dan
ger of the County faring badly as
the result of such action.
It seems to me that it will be far
belter for both parties to take the
matter up now nnd sec to it that
it shall be non-political. So far as
I am personally concerned, I shall
in no way attempt to take advan
tage of any privilege given ino on
the stump or otherwise, by the
party of the other side and T only
ask that the others do the same.
As a Democrat, I have no desire at
this time to criticise the Republican
Party of the Island of Maui, or at
least any of its factions in their
over attempt to discredit tho Board
of Supervisors, if such is tho case.
Let Brother Pogue, as a good and
loyal Republican, as a strong factor,
a strong pillar in his Party, bear
one thing in mind: "That a house
divided against itself must fall," a
matter that concerns the Republi
can Party only, I suppose, but let
us not make the Plebiscite matter a
political issue at this time.
Very truly yours,
J. II. RAYMOND.
Another Attempt is being made
to have free public tennis courtsJ
established in Wailuku, at the base
ball park. A petition to the super
visors is being signed, and all that
is asked for is that the sheriff detail
some prisoners to work on the
There are a number of persons
who wish for a public tennis court
in Wailuku, and they claim that
they have as much right to a public
park, or a portion of it, as any
other sports organization. There is
little chance of there being a dis
pute over the matter, as it is said
that the supervisors aro ready and
willing enough to do their share
of the construction work needed to
form the tennis courts.
There arc a number of players
and person who wish to learn ten
nis, and they feel that a public
court, or two courts, for that mat
ter, would be a good thing for Wai
luku and the game in general.
Lenten services at the Church of
the Good Shepherd will be held
next week as follows: Morning
prayers, daUy, at 7 a. m. Evening
services, with brief address, on
Wednesday, at 7:30. Young- peo
ple's service, Friday afternoon at
3 o'clock, and in the same evening-,
prayers at 7 o'clock. Sunday ser
vices are as usual.
The Organ Recital, at theChurch
of the Good Shepherd, to be given
by Mrs. J. C. Villiers, assisted by
the choir and several friends, will
bejield on Thursday evening next,
at 8 o'clock. An offering will be
received in aid of the Kula Sani
tarium. I Xocals
Sam Weller is on Maui again and
is being greeted by his many
Tho trial jurors did not have
much work this session as there
wcro but few casos.
Captain Penhallow is still con
fined to bod on account of the acci
dent ho met with a wcok or so ago.
"Tonoy" Abrcu, the well known
Maui boy. is a proud father, a baby
boy having arrived at his homo last
Gcoigo Cooper, of liana, was in
town for jury duty. Ho reports
that ton inches of rain fell at liana
in one day.
Thcro will bo a meeting of the
Maui Racing Association next Sat
urday evening at the Town Hall, at
7.: 30 o'clock.
Preparations are going on for the
Race Club ball of April 25, and the
affair promises to bo tho best ever
Angus McPhce has finally obtain
ed judgment in his caso against
Jerry Burns, in which a loan of
8100 wns involved.
Mr. and Mrs. Whitehead nrc
now living on Church, or "llnna
waki" street, they having rented
the Rurlcin cottage.
Tanao, the well known Maui
Hotel bartender, is mourning thci
death of his little- baby son, who
died on Saturday last.
.David Kaina who appealed from
a police court fine of $20 for at
tempting to kiss a young girl, was
found guilty by a jury of assault.
All Maui mourns with Mr. and
Mrs. William W. Walsh of Kahu
lui, who lost their little daughter
by death las. Thursday afternoon.
John Gannon, manager of the
Lahaina Store, was in town for
jury duty. Ho met many friends
who were glad to wcleomo him to
"Josh'' Tucker, the land com
missioner, was a visitor to Maui
last week, lie came up on land
business and met many old-time
friends while here.
A well known lover of clean horse
racing is said to have donated an
extra $50 to the prize money sot for
the eighth race on the Maui Racing
The Women's Guild of the
Church of the Good Shepherd will
hold a meeting with Mrs. Fantoin,
Camp 1, Puuncno. on Tuesday,
March 31st, at 2:30 p. m.
"Johnnie" Nelson is now a full
fledged American citizen as he got
his final naturalization papers on
Wednesday last. Daniel T. Carey
and Elmer R. Bcvins stood sponsor-
for Mr. Nelson.
R. A. Wadsworlh left for Hono
lulu last "night. Ho goes to join
tho Ad. Club excursion lo Kauai,
and is certain to put in a boost for
the next trip of tho Ad. Club,
which should be to Maui.
Kmunnna Wine is n product of tile
"I!ig Island," and is absolutely pure. J.
G. Scrrao is the wine expert of IIilo and
his winery is famous all over the group.
Kautuana Wine may be obtained from
all dealers, or direct from the winery.
There was a delightful dance on
board the new Matson liner, Manoa,
last night at Kahului and a large
number of Maui people hal an
enjoyable time. Captain Wcedcn
and his officers proved to bo ideal
The ww Matson Company steam
er, the Manoa, arrived yesterday
morning at Kahului and got a good
reception. Tho vessel is a fine
specimen of the ship builders art,
and many people boarded her .to
examine the latest addition to the
Yabo Yaso, who was tried for an
assault with a deadly weapon, to
wit a hummer, was found not guilty
by the trial jury. Tho evidence
was purely circumstantial and very
different to that given by the prose
cutor when ho swore to the coin
plaint. It has been suggested by W. J.
Coelho that pictures of all former
judges of tho Second Circuit Court
bo hung on the walls of the court
room. A committee consistingof
Judue Kalua and W. J. Coelho was
appointed to look into the matter
and see what pictures can be secured
for the purpose.
N OTIC 15.
Statkmiint ok tiii: Ow.NIIItSHIl',
Max.(ii:mi:xt, Ciiicui.atiox, Etc.,
or Tin-: Maui Nr.ws, published week
ly, at Wailuku, Miiui, required by
Act of August 21, 1912.
Editor, Managing Editor, Busi
ness Manager and Publisher. V. ,L.
Stovenson, Wailuku, Maui, T. 11.
Owners: (If a corporation, give
names and addresses of stockholders
holding 1 per cent or more of total
amount of stock.)
Eat. II. P. Baldwin, Puuncno,
Pioneor Mill Co., Ltd., Lahaina,
D. II. Case, Wailuku, Maui.
R. A. Wadsworth, Wailuku,
C. D. Lufkin, Wailuku, Maui.
Kathyrn M. Case, Wailuku,
J. J. Nowcoinbo, Lahaina, Maui.
A. N. llnyselden, Lahaina, Maui.
Wailuku Sugar Company, Wiii
..Wm. Loughcr, Puunenc, Mitui.
II. Strcubeck, Wailuku, Maui.
J. Garcia, Wailuku, Maui.
II. A. Baldwin, llaniakuapoko,
R. C. Senile, Honolulu, Oahn.
Est. Geo. Hons, (F. Hons, Hono
lulu) Honolulu, Oahu.
Millie B. Hair, c-o D. fi. Lind
say, Kahului, Maui.
D. II. Case, Trustee, Wailuku,
J. Garcia, Trustee, Wailuku,
II. P. Baldwin, Ltd., Puunenc,
W. V. Pogue, Huelo, Maui.
Geo. Frceland, Lahaina, Maui.
F. A. Lufkin, Wailuku, Maui.
R. C. Searlo, Jr., Honolua, Maui.
J. W. Holland, Kahului, Maui.
Enos Vincent, Wailuku, Maui.
Known bondholders, mortgagees,
and other security holders, holding
1 per cent or more of total amount
of bonds, mortgages, or other secu
rities. The Maui Publishing Co., is in
debted to the First National Bank
of Wailuku in the sum of $1500.00
evidenced, by a promissory note.
Average number of copies of each
issue of this publication sold or dis
tributed, through the mails or other
wise, to paid subscribers during the
six months preceding tho date of
this statement. (This information
is required from daily newspapers.)
Daily Wireless 120.
V. L. STEVENSON,
Sworn to and subscribed before
mo this twenty-scevnth day of Mar.
E. R. BEVINS,'
The Sherwin-Williams Paints
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In the Circuit Court of the Second
CircuitTcrrilory of Hawaii.
At Clinntbers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
SAMUEL ROBERT DOWDLK,
Lntc of Makawno, County of Maui,
Order of Notice oHIenring Peti
tion for Probate of Will.
A document purporting lo he the
last will aiid testament of Samuel
Robert Dowdle, deceased, having
on the 7th day of March, A. U.
1914, been presented to-said Pro
bate Court, and n Petition for Pro
bate thereof, praying for the issu
ance of Letters Testamentary to
Hawaiian Trust Company, Limit
ed, having been filed by Ilnwaiian
Trust Company, Limited.
It is Ordered, that Monday, the
20th day of April, A. D. 1914, at
10 o'clock A. M., of said day, at
the Court Room of said Court in
Wailuku, County of Maui, be and
the same is hereby appointed the
time and place for proving said
Will and hearing said application.
It is Further Ordered, that no
lice thereof be given, by publica
tion once a week for three succes
sive weeks in the Maui Nkws, a
newspaper, printed and published
in said Wailuku, the last publica
tion to be not less than ten days
previous to the time therein ap
pointed for hearing.
Dated, Wailuku, Maui, March
(Sd.) S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit' Court of the
(Sd.) EDMUND IT. HART,
Clerk Circuit Court of the Second
March 14, 21, 28, April 4, 1914.
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where Fort and Hotel streets meet.
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the new location when you write,
or when you come to the Capital.
We moved to larger quarters,
jg in a splendid building, because
of increasing "trade due lo the
real worth of Ihc shoes we sell.
People arc realizing more than
I ever before thai Regal Shoes arc
Good Shoes until they arc com-
pletely worn out by long wear.
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purpose - for Men, Women and
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