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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOHER 24, 1914.
On the Other Islands
Those Who Travel
wan ayi ivieier. re rauure. Prp efp -.. 0rt 21 Charles
City Enginer Wall, of Honolulu, I (lay and wife, II. D. Weller, T. D. Han
says that the city is losing money
under the meter system of selling
water. He claims that the meters
get out of order in a short time and
do not register properly.
Well Known Business Woman Dies.
Miss M. B. Coombs, for fourteen
years- bookkeeper for the J. M. Dow-
sett Company of Honolulu, died early
Tuesday morning after an illness of
To Probe Lakevlew No. 2.
ti. C. Abies, who is now on the
Coast, has been empowered by Ha
waiian shareholders in the Lakevlew
No. 2 Oil Compnny to make an in
vestigation of the affairs of the com
pany. Recent official reports have
been very unsatisfactory to local
Second McCarn Jury.
Following is the personnel of the
jury which is sitting In the re-trial of
United States District Attorney Jeff
PI. B. Frlel, J. A. Bortfeld, C. W.
Macfarlane, J. C. Kelley, A. McPhail,
II. H. K. De Fries, George F. Camp
bell, Edmund Swan, Robert F. Clarke,
Sidney T. Carr, Adolpn Gert and
Robert N. Corbuley.
Christmas Cheer for Europe.
A movement is on foot in Honolulu
to raise a fund to help send a "Christ
mas Ship" to war-ridden Europe. The
plan has largely as Us object the
providing of Christmas cheer for the
children of the struggling nations. It
Is understood that the United States
Government will provide a transport
from New York to carry the dona
Would Pay Contractors In Bonds.
In order to secure various harbor
improvements and other much needed
. work for which the proceeds of the
territorial bond issue had been 1 ri
sen, Geo. smytne, 1j. is. Arnold, w.
Young, W. Hopper, A. Morris, F.
Crawford, G. W. Garner, A. J. Mozet-
rer str. Claudine, October 21. W.
A. Anderson, K. Crast, L. Tuong San,
A. Andrade, Mrs. A. Andrade, J. C.
Foss, Jr., Antone Andrade and wife,
A. C. Hee, J. R. Lougher, John Mur
ray, C. E. Houtchens, R. L. Auerbach,
W. Chalmers, Joe Chalmeis, Mrs. Ma
sakl, S. Masakl, Miss Masakl, Miss
Akiona, Master Akiona, Miss G.
Richardson, Mrs. Vasconcellos, Miss
C. Vasconcellos, A. V. Peters.
Fer str. Claudine, October 17. E.
R. Davis, V. M. Gedge, Doctor Hope,
L. Tabrincr, Captain Howe, T. J. Hoe
ney, W. Aki, Sam Niiklla, Mrs. B. H.
Thomas and infant, B. H. Thomas,
Miss Tan Sing, Mrs. C. S. Burns, Babe
Pratt, C. H. Dye, II. B. Penhallow, R.
J. Baker, Mrs. J. L. Cornwell, Miss A.
Carnwell, A. Kaailau.
nished when the order for work or
requisition for materials is placed by
the County Clerk.
4. All materials for said County,
The Board of Registration will sit
at the County Clerk's office on the
shall be ordered through the oltlce of I 2Sth day of October find the 3rd day
Notice is hereby given that sealed
tenders will bo received at the office
of the County Clerk, at Walluku,
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, for the
conKtiuction and completion of a two
room school at Spreckelsvllle, Maul,
and a teachers cottage nt Ulaino,
Maui, up to 2:00 P. M., Friday, No
vember 13th, 1914.
the County Clerk by requisition.
Seconded by CHAR. LAKE,
VM. FRED. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul, T. .H.
I Oft. 17, 24, HI.
of November, between the hours of
9 a. m. to 4 p. m., to make sueh cor
reclions as may be necessary in the
Oct. 24, 31. Chnlrman.
Wailuku, Maul, T. II., October 7, 1914.
Plans and specifications may bo had OLELOIIOOHOLO HELU 212.
Hookoniola e J. H. Raymond, Lunakint
at the office of the County Clerk upon
application and a deposit of $5.00 to
be refunded upon return of said plans
No tender will be considered unless
accompanied by a certified check in
Clean rags at this office.
market price paid.
OIAI o ka mnnawa oihana, na mana
mo na kaunnlona mnnn o ka Pana Klal
a sum equal to five per cent of the Q kp Kflana Q Mfml ua hoon,noI)opo
Per str. Kilauea, Oct. 19. M. Jones,
W. L. Barrus, J. I Fleming and
daughter, Y. Imamura, W. P. Jarrett,
A. A. Wilson, Geo. O. Cooper, D. H.
Per str. Claudine, Oct. 17. Mrs. A.
Pleper, T. J. Heeney, Captain Howe,
G. Nakamoto, S. Nakamoto,. J. G.
Robello, Mis. J. G. Robello, Mr. Ya-
mada, Miss Chizuye, Mrs. Kagoshima,
Mrs. S. Kamogawa, Miss Yochlyo, Mrs.
H. E. Cooke, Mrs. Raymond Hoe, J.
H. Pratt, Mrs. Park H. Wong, Park H.
Wong, Miss R. Hocking, J. G. Pratt,
Mrs. Ah You, Miss Heslop.
Per str. Mikahala, Oct. 17. G. S.
Raymond, Miss E. McCorrlslon, Geo.
McCotriston, A. McCorriston, W. E.
Wall, Wm. Mutch, Miss E. Hulu.
Per str. Kilauea, Oct. 16. F. F.
Bechert and wife and two children,
Miss K. Wight, James Russell, W.
Alston, MUs H. Goo, F. L. Berrlnger
and wife, M. Napoleon, Choy Zane,
Mrs. A. Zane, Misses Zane (2), James
Carmlchael, W.Napier, L. Wan Chew,
L. E. Arnold, K. M. Smith, H. M. Bald
win, A. C. Warner, V. Marcallino, C.
Cowan, F. Crawford, J. E. Kennedy,
A. S. Hcyward, J. T. McCrosson, John
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any and all bid?.
By order of the Board of Super
visors of the County of Maul, T i I
tory of Hawaii.
WM. FRED KAAE.
County Clerk, County of Mau!.
Oct. 17, 24, 31.
moakakaia maloko o ka Pauku G2 o
ke Knnnwni 39, o na Kanawai Kau o NLJNES, Pdtcl
19(1.) i lioololiia e ke Kanawai 149 o na
Kanawai Kau o 1911 c pill ana I ke
l:olio Inula o na hoa o ka Papa Kiai
o ke Kalnna o Maui E HOIKE MAO
POi'O ANA MALOKO O LAILA O
KELA ME KEIA HOA o ia Papa o na
AUTO FOR HIRE
Comfortable and stylish 1914 Cadillac
7-Seater. at your service. Rates
reasonable. Ring up
WAILUKU -:- HIONK -:-
Prays, Kxiress Wagons. IUiiriies. etc
Harness and Saddle Horses: 7-seater
Lunaldai o lawelawe no la i na liana Cadillac, 1-rnnk Me.lclros, Chauffeur;
also i-ion muck i ruck, for lure Dav and
Notice is hereby given that the
County Pound formerly situated at I kanawai:
Kualapuu, Molokal, is, and will be
from this date, transferred and situ
ated at and in the premises now cor.1
monly known as the Munro Stable
Yard, at Kaunakakal, in the said Dis
trict of Molokal.
Done at Wailuku, County of Maul,
no na Apana o ia Kalana:
A OIAI, me he mea la aole 1 loaa i
ka lehulehu a pau o ke Kalana ka
hoomaopopo ana i ka manao o kela
Night. Special rates for large parties
we guarantee to make all steamer and
It doesn't cost as much to wear
as to wear poor shoes as Re
gals wear better and longer.
I Regal Shoe Store
Territory of Hawaii, this 8th d ly of lah'1 ia koia Olelohooholo a me 11a rula
By order of the Board of Super
visors of the County of Maui, Terri
tory of Hawaii.
WM. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
Oct. 17, 24, 31.
Wailuku, Maui, T. H. October 7, 1914.
RESOLUTION NO. 242.
Presented by J. II. Raymond, Sup -r-
tended, Governor Pinkham, it is said
now proposes letting the contracts, on Ferreira, Master H. Sharp, H. McCub
the understanding that the success- bin. Miss M. E. Durnham. E. Hanne-
ful bidders take their pay in bonds.
Owing to the unsettled condition of I
the money market, Treasurer Conk-
ling found it impossible to float the
loan at any reasonable figure, during
"'his recent trip to New York.
Endorses Present Assessor.
Anticipating possible changes in
the tax bureau, as a result of the com
lng into office of C. J. McCarthy,
democratic appointee to succeed D. L.
berg, P. A. Gorman, C. Watson, Miss
A. Stone, D. Kalauokalani, K. Dal
maru, E. Murphy, A. Ledward, Geo.
J. O'Neill, S. Takemoil, Chas. Gay and
To the Parents or Guardians of the
Children Attending the Schools
of the District of Makawao, Maul.
The Resident Government Physi-
Conkling as territorial treasurer, the I elan of the District of Makawao, will
Kauai Chamber of Commerce, at its I visit the following schools, on the
meeting last week, forwarded to the I dates herein specified, for the pur
Governor a strong endorsement of I pose of examining the children for
present tax assessor of Kauai, J. K. I health certificates, and vaccinating all
Farley. I those requiring it:
Huolo, Peahi and Kuiaha echools,
October 23, 1914.
Paia Public and Keahua Public,
October 27, 1914.
lie, October 23, 1914.
Makawao Public and Kaupakalua
Public, October 28, 1914.
Haraakuapoko Public, October 29,
Haiku Public and Haiku Japanese,
Alexander & Baldwin having bought I October 30, 1914.
Moving Picture Censors on Kauai.
The Kauai Chamber of Commerce
has appointed a committee of censors
to pass on suitable nioving picture
films, before they are displayed on
A. & B. Buy Kinney Out.
all of W. A. Kinney's stock in Mc-
Bryde Sugar Co., the suit for account
ing brought by him in California
against the company will be dropped.
No Rates For Big Fair.
There is to be no reduction in fares
between Honolulu and San Francisco
for the exposition.
Paia Kindergarten and Paia Japa-
nese, November 4, 1914.
Hamakuapoko Kindergarten, Nov
ember 5, 1914.
Maunaolu Seminary and Hamakua
poko Japanese, November 6, 1914.
Maui High School, Haraakuapoko,
November 2, 1914.
W. F. McCONKEY
Record Crop In Sight.
This year's Hawaiian crop of sugar
will be a record one of more than 600,-
000 tons, and with the high prices in
the latter part of the shipping cam
paign its value will bo around f46,-
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
Big Improvement On Lanai
la a recent interview tho Adver
ser quotes J. T. McCrosson as follows:
"I spent a week on Lanai inspecting
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the PEOPLE'S STORE
LTD., will be held at its place of busi
ncss, on Monday evening, October 26
1914, at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose
of electing officers for the ensuing
A. K. TING,
Oct. 17, 24. Secretary.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Herrick Brown,
the ranch. The lee side of the island uespiiaiory opeciansis, iormeny cou-
is greener than it has been for years, nected with the Briggs Sanatorium
The finest Pill giaBS pastures in the K-aimuKi ana waniawa, are now pre
Territory extend in a broad belt the pared to take a limited number of pa-
whole length of tho island, from 150 tients at their home in Haiku. (Only
feet above sea level to about 1000 laaies ana cnuoren ac present.) skui
feet elevation. The belt varies from ful treatment, good table, fine air and
n n.,rtpr to two miles wide. UD in scenery. No drugs. For particulars
the shallow crater that occupies the auaress ju. m. urown, tiamu. Maui
mnlcir nt T.nnol a eond manv hundred I 1 m0-
acres have been plowed and planted
In Rhodes grass and Paspalum. It
formed y took twenty acres of the
wild pasture land to support a bul
lock. The Paspalum pastures now
fatten fifty head of stock on every
1912 Overland runabout in excellent
condition, complete with all fittings
and tools. Inquire Maui News office,
A OIAI ke makemake nel kela Papa
e hooKumu hou la ae Ke ano o ka
lawelawe ana o na oihana o ke Kala
na, ! loaa ai he hookelc hoomakaulii
ana i na oihana o ke Kalana:
NOLA1LA E HOOHOLOIA ma keia
ke Kauoha nei keia Papa e pal boo-
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H.
WHEREAS the tenure of office,
powers and limitations of the Board
of Supervisors of the County of Maul
were defined in Section 62 of Act 39,
of Session Laws 1905 as amended by
Act 149 of Session Laws of 1911 In
re the Election at Large of the mem
bers of tho Board of Supervisors of
the County of Maui NAMING THERE
BY THAT EACH AND EVERY MEM
BER of the said Board of Supervisor?
shall represent all of the Districts of
the said County:
AND WHEREAS it appears that
the law is not generally understood
throughout the County;
AND WHEREAS this Board is d
sirous of reorganizing its metnods of
transacting the busincbs of the Coun
ty, to the end that a more efficient and
economical administration of the af
fairs of the County may be attained:
BS IT RESOLVED that this Board
direct that this resolution and the fol
lowing rules be printed in the news
paper both English and Hawaiian, and
that notices of the same be piinted
in both languages and posted through
out the County;
Ail Resolutions or parts of Leso'u-
tions in conflict with this Resolution
are hereby repealed.
1. All persons having business
with, requests, complaints or de
mands to be submitted to tho Board
of Supervisors of the County of Ma
are respectfully lequested to submit
the same either in person or by repie
sentative during the sessions or by
letter addressed as follows: To the
Board of Supervisors of tho County of
Maul, Walluku, Maul. And not to any
individual member of the said Board
2. No obligation of whatever na
ture, wherein the County of Msul
shall Le made liable, within tho juils-
diction of its Board of Supervisors,
shall bo incurred by any person or
persons without the authorization,
submitted in due form, as prescribed
herein, by the said Board of Super
3. There shall be an Authorization
Book kept by the County Clerk; all
motions and Resolutions authorizing
the expenditure of moneys or direc
tions for the disposition of work or
County property of whatever nature,
shall be recorded in the said book, in
due form, stating date of meeting
either regular or special, and by what
member of the said Board of Super
visors offered. When any order for
new work or materials shall be incur
red, it must bear the stamp of the
said Board, viz: Authorized by The
Board of Supervisors of the County of
Maul, Date Attested
by County Clerk.
All bills or claims against the said
County incurred by the said Board
mahepe iho nei maloko o na nupepa
ma ka Olelo Beritania a ma ka Olelo
Hawaii no hoi, a e kau pu ia i mau
hooiaha akea ma na want like ole o
keia Kalana ma na olelo elua;
O na Olelohooholo a mahele olelo
hooholo paha i kulike ole me keia
Olelohooholo ma keia ke hoopau loa
1. O na poe a pau he oihana ka
lakou me, he koi paha, hoopii a i ole
ho mau kol e waiho al imua o ka
Papa o na Lunaldai o ke Kalana o
Maui, ma keia ke kauohaia nel e wai
ho ae ia ma ka hele kino ana a i ole
ma o kekahi mea la ma ka mnnawa
o na halawal, a 1 ole ma ka palapala
i kakauia penei: "I ka I'apa o na
Lunakiai o ke Kalana o Maul, Wai
luku, Maui." A aole hoi i kekahi mea
okoa ae a lata hoi o ka papa 0 na
2. Aole loa kekahi koi alo o kela
me keia ano, i manaoia hoi na ke Ka
lana o Maui e uku, 0 aponoia e ka
Papa o na Lunakiai, ina ua kauohaia
e kekahi mea a poe paha i loaa ole
ke kuleana, a waihoia mai hoi me ke
kulike me na kuhikuhl e kauohaia, e
ka Fapa o na Lunakiai.
3. E malamaia no i Buke Kauoha
e ke Kakauolelo o ke Kalana; a o na
nol me na olelohooholo kauoha hoo-
lilo data a i ole kauoha e ae paha e
plli ana i ka lawelaweia ana o ka
hana a i ole no kekahi waiwai paha
o ko Kalana o kela me kela ano, e
hoopaaia no maloko o ia buke, ma ke
ano kulike me na kuhikuhl
e hoike ana hoi 1 ka la
me ke ano o ia halawal
paha a i 0I0 he halawal kuikawa paha
a na ka hoa hea la o ka Papa i hoo
konio mai. I ka wa o kekahi kauoha
no kekahi hana hou a i ole no kekahi
mau lako paahana paha e kauohaia al
e kauia no ke kuni hoailona o ia I'apa,
penei: "Kauohaia maniuli o ke apono
a k.t Papa o na Lunakiai o ke Kala
na o Maui, La
llooiuloia o Ka
kauolelo o ke Kalana." O na liila a i
ole 11a kol i kue i ke Kalana I kauohaia
e ka I'apa o na Lunakiai, e ukaliia no
e ke kope i hooiaioia o ke kauoha no
ia mea i koiia mai. a e hookoiuoia mai
hoi ma ka wa o ka loaa ana aku mai
ke Kakauolelo o ke Kalana o la kau
oha no la hana a i ole lako hana paha.
4. O na lako hana a pau 110 ke
Kalana, no mai ke Krena aku o ke
Kakauolelo o ke Kalana 111a ka pala
pala e kauohaia.
Kokuuia e Chas. Lake, Lunakiai.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION.
September 30th, 1914.
Loans and Discounts $213,603.78 Capital Stork $ 35,000.00
Cash and due from banks. 63,673.55 Surplus and rrofils 50.030.26
United States Bonds 25.000.00 Circulation 24,997.50
Other Bonds and Securities 75,970.00 Deposits 277.436.21
Real Estate 666.64
Banking House, Fixtures,
Five Percent Fund 1,250.00
THE HOME OF THE f
STEIN WAY AND STARR PIANOS j
We have a large stock of
Inside Player Pianos
at fair prices and easy terms.
We take old pianos in exchange.
1 buke, ma ke i
iiauoaa J THAYER PIANO CO., L
o ka halawal HONOLULU. HAWAII.
. halawal mau v
yt. U , f j
WM. FRED. KAAE,
Kakauolelo o ko Kalana.
Oct. 17, 24. 31.
MARTIN At Kawelo, Molokal, Octo-
4 her 12, 1914, John Stlva Martin, a
nativo of Portugal, uged thirty-eve
MORSE In Honolulu. October 17,
1914, James Manohaokalanl Morse,
a native of Honolulu, aged fifty-four
KAAIIH'E To Mr. and Mrs. Kama!
Kaaihue. Wailuku, Maui, October
22, 1914, a son.
ANNOUNCE THAT MR. DOUGH
ERTY WLL VISIT MAUI DURING
OCTOBER OR NOVEMBER AND
WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOW
ING TO THEIR PATRONS MANY
RARE AND EXCLUSIVE ARTICLES
IN JEWELRY, GOLD AND SILVER
WARE, AND GLASS THAT HAVE
BEEN CRITICALLY SELECTED
WITH THE VIEW OF PLEASING
THE MOST PAINSTAKING HOLI
of Supervisors, must be accompanied EDWARDS To Mr. and Mrs. Ceo.
by a certified copy of the authoriza- Edwards, Wailuku, Maui, October
tion of Bald claim which will be fur- 16, 1914, a son.