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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1915.
OUR ISLAND CONTEMPORARIES
As we understand the verdict of the .
federal Inspectors, the two Inter-Is-
Smith, Bad Check
land deck passengers drowned in a
shore-going boat at Lahalna ought to
recognize that they are only the vic
tims of the unavoidable percentage
of fatal accidents. Star-Bulletin.
Now that cotton 1b on the contra
band list there's no reason why the
modistes shouldn't be a little more
liberal in the matter of petticoat
Since the announcement of its de
Vision regarding the Lahaina accident,
you could not convince the Inter-ls-lund
Navigation Company that the
I'ublic Utilities Commission is such
an innocuous organization as some of
us In the past have believed. The
commission's suggestions seem to
have a sting, even if the law gives it
no power other than to make recom
mendations. Publicity supplies the
whipciaeker for the recommendations.
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A Loss to the "Movies."
What a pity that second Lahalna
"accident" was not caught by some
lucky "movie" man! What a pity this
Meeting accident in contemporaneous
history was not indelibly impressed on
the flying film, to be re-enacted be
lore delighted audiences from Nilhau
to Kahoolawe and way points!
As it la, we have only the narratives
of appreciative spectators at Lahaina
and the good humored admissions of
the participants themselves. The
spectators saw the boat-load of fed
eral inspectors and Inter-Island offi
cials conveniently spilled in shallow
water, but It appears that these spec
tators were too much beset by laugh
ter to take more than passing note
of the thousand and one contributing
incidents to an occasion wonderfully
adapted to the films. No one, for
instance, can with certitude say whe
ther Hiku, the redoubtable boat-stcer-er,
was inspired by a sense of humor
or by characteristic literalness when,
in response to a request that he show
the party "just how it happened be
fore" he gave hiB oar a quick turn
and flipped his passengers into the
watery three-foot depths.
It is true we have the picturesque
narrative of one of the federal Inspect
ors, who tells with fee'.lng how he
Also Says He is A Deserter From Ar
my and That His Right Name is
Hixes Denies Maui Jail Sentence.
Smith or Snith, self confessed pass
er of bad checks, is a deserter from
hdlv I nln Ii ii f Pckpt 8 ,but a Battery 11 of the United States Artil
Sh t'?r,1'Id t Party ad- , according to a letter which he
mit that the joke was on them And ha wrten shpriff g He
the federal inspectors returned from
their trip convinced that the first La
haina accident that tragic happening
of last May was unavoidable. And
they deny the imputation that the sec-
onn spin was prearranged. We are -nh WD f hta wrsnn
UV . X r a I last Saturday in order to try and idon
I HAL II tllljk W1JU.V lUIIIt'U Uie in UK 11 I U nnoonr n Kimio l,f,nb
WHO UUHUlr.l cove PUIrnt I1" l,,LI1 l " wvUn v rx
" u " vt mull, "iiw, nnj o viHUiiuaii I r I Tt lV.n..U4 t- nvnm
L'l. r i . . i . i i , i I Kill mttUl. lie iiiuup,ut i:mi nit: caiiii-
"L","": ". .. . . , "Hf nation was made to identify him as an
that his right name is C. D. Hixes
and that he deserted from the artillery
while he was stationed in Honolulu.
Smith, Snlth or Hixes, made his con
fession as the result of an examina
been discharged by the Inter-lsland,
though the steamship company offi
cials held him blameless for the first
accident. Could it be that Hiku
though he could "get away with" two
Yet, even though Eddie Fernandez
was not In the offing to catch the com
edy of the second Lahaina accident,
it will not soon be forgotten. Already
It is being powerfully used to point a
moral, If not to adorn a tale. It gives
promise of figuring right along in T.He
attempt of the Public Utilities Com
army deserter and he aiterwards
wrote a letter to the f-heriff making
the admission, that he was wanted by
Wireless advices of the man's con
fession have been sent to Honolulu,
but no reply was received yesterday.
Heading guilty to a charge of gross
cheat, Fred. L. Smith, alias J. C. Smith
accused of passing a forged cheeck on
the First Bank of Hilo for forty-five
dollars, drawn on a Maui bank and
i ..,1 ... I 1. , 1. nrn nf 1 1 , i r, V, Unn.nl
l?JPn i ihl ,niTi0J will not be sentenced until next Thurs-
certain "recommendations." The fed
eral Inspectors now hold the first ac
rident unavoidable. And it is reason
The passing of sentence lias been
o i t .n w i,V n, n7Pl W. S. Wise to al-
able to suppose that in case of other h dppartment to cheeck
accidents they will with like fortitude I " o ' Cm hi. r
dare the dangers of the deep in sim- " " . .,,t itnrnev
iiDrnr.t.hin.i..iinn. Then th. cording to the statement of Attorne
Sam L. Rolph, who appeared as pro
secuting atotrney for the bank, the
ilar first-hand investigations. Then the
apparently irreparable loss to movie-
1 3 1 1 1 J At
aim. limy u iwm.wu.ui ' c' nHonnor hao ocrvert n nine months
? iW. Iilee on Maui for a similar of-
attempt to visualize Capt. Howe as
Mary Pickford is an effort, but Ins-
fense. The accused man denied this
I .. .1 . : - A V. .. T,, U'tnn Ttia
pector Heeney through the rescue of V1?-.?Z-.."LZZZ
.has I "Jo(?'"(" -..w
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing ordinance has passed first read
ing at the regular session of the Boprrt
of Supervisors held at Wailuku, Maui,
T. H., on Monday, August lJVh, 1915,
and that final action on same will be
taken at the next regular session of
said Board on September 11th, 1915.
AN onDINANCK OF THE COUNTY
OF MAUI CItKATINO AN OFFICK
TO BE KNOWN AS THE OFFICII
OF CHIEF OVEUSEEU AND EN
GINEER FOIt THE COUNTY OF
MAUI, PROVIDING FOR THE AP
POINTMENT, PRESCRIBING THE
QUALIFICATIONS AND DEFIN
ING THE DUTIES OF SUCH OF
FICER, AND REPEALING ORDI
NANCE NO. 28 OF THE COUNTY
OF MAUI. AND ALL OTHER OR
DINANCES AND PARTS OF OR
DINANCE IN CONFLICT HEREWITH.
Be It Ordained by the Board of
Supervisors of the County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, that:
Section 1. An ofllce to be known as
and styled the Chief Overseer and
County Engineer's Oflice is hereby
Section 2. The Chairman and Exe
cutive Officer of the Board of Super
visors, with the approval of the Board
of Supervisors, may appoint a suit
ab'e person as Chief Overseer and
County Engineer for the County of
Maui ; such person to receive such
compensation as may be fixed by the
Chairman and Executive Olllccr and
the Board of Supervisors.
Section 3. QUALIFICATIONS. The
Chief Overseer and County Engineer
shall be a person capable of prepar
ing and submitting, when called upon
so to do, detailed plans, specifications
and estimates concerning any and all
work of a public character pertaining
to buildings, roads, bridges, water
works and other classes of public
works calling for engineering skill.
He shall not engage in any private en
terprise that will impair the efficiency
OILS V CREASES
received highest honors ac the Exposi
tion. Zerolene was first in lubricating
efficiency; Red Crown, first in carburet
ing qualities, in purity and uniformity.
Jht Jrczncsco 1913
On the Other Islands
L"".Vi "'cSy"tuJJZ"" oartment to ascertain from Maul if
2," L" J?.V "Jim" this N a second offense of the check ot his department.
.r-.-.u-J,:." Section 4. DUTIES OF CHIEF
fT u'"mu Smith, the name under which the OVERSEER AND COUNTY ENG1N
joo, ne couiu secure a eeven-i eei mm ... nrr(1tH nt t.'i ti,d PWf n,.r onH rn.
nf fahnlnuo wealth nrnvrinir It . . T. . v"'"-' " " "v ' '
nassed bv the censors Star-Bulletin. Kukuinaele' 8tated to tne court ,na,t Mv Engineer shall, when called upon,
passed oy tne censors. ttar uuueun. married man with five dill- consult with and advise the Chairman
1ron Furthor niincHnniiiff rpvoalpfl I onrl Vvopntlvn Offlntir nnrt fha Tlnnrn
the fact that the family of children 0f Supervisors with regard to any and carries a iun lino oi ine lavesi siyies
was acquired by him when he was re- an matters pertaining to public works
cently married at Walmea, where his of the County of Maul and shall, when
nrlFn ltirno I nr.ll.wl linnn r fl : an Ti.'.iTl'l I'll O T1 ll f 11 T Tl -
HUC llirD. 1 111I1U UiUU lu uu du( yn,.Hi uu tu.u nmnn.-ni . -r ......
Tho ni-lonnw lis a moot aftinf nun luVi tn tho rhnlrnmn and rV.vnnilt 1 vo AKlS.t!j 1 j I Ullilii 1 , . v1IjV.i JVU
who seemed almost timid wnen in Officer and the Board of Supervisors
court, and without the usual appear- plans, specifications, estimates, and
Herd Rapidly Growing
SUITS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO ORDER.
Workmanship and Perfect Fit
Give me a trial to convince you.
Another Site Selector.
According to a special dispatch to
the Star-Bulletin this week, Byron R.
Newton, assistant secretary of the
treasury department, left Washington
for Honolulu on Monday night for the
specific purpose of making final se
lection of a site for the new million
dollar federal building, which has been
hanging fire for tho past eight or nine
College Professor nesigns.
Howard M. Ballou, professor of
physics hnd mathematics at the Col
lege of Hawaii, has resigned on ac
count of ill-health and will not return
to Hawaii from a mainland trip on
which he Is now engaged.
Commercial Bodies Induce Canner To
Through the efforts of the Japan
ese chamber of commerce, the Hono
lulu chamber of commerce, and the
Japanese consul in Honolulu, the bulk
of the pineapples raised by Japanese
i- r,n nnhn have been purchased
by the Libby, McNeill & Libby and
tho Hawaiian Pineapple companies.
J D. Dole, president of the latter com
pany, refused to state what price was
paid for the fruit, but stated that it
was more than the growers had ex
torted to receive A. T. Longley, of
the Territorial marketing division,
states that a large amount of Japanese
fruit rotted in the fields hefore the
canners could be interested In it.
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Hawaii Well Guarded.
Dr. L. O. Howard, chief of the bu
reau of entomology, department of
agriculture, who left on Wednesday
after spending a week of investigation
in connection with the work for sup
pression of the fruit fly and cotton
boll worm, stated before leaving that
the progress of tthe work is very sat
isfactory. He also declared that with
out exception, Hawaii is the best iaar
antined place in the world against in
sect pests. He paid a very high com
pliment to the efficiency of the local
entomologists and officials.
Marketing Division Soon To Have
k The Pacific Engineering Company
was awarded by Charles R. Forbes,
superintendent of public works, the
contract to erect the new territoiial
marketing division building in Hono
The bidders were as follows: Paci
fic Engineering Company, $10,120; H.
TV Ileade. S10.120: J. Bowler, $10,350;
Honolulu Planing Mill, $10,999; Lord-
Young Engineering Company, $12,000,
and J. Walker, $17,425.
WASHINGTON, August 12. The am-e one associates with criminals.
government's herd of buffalo on the I Hilo Tribune.
Wichita National Forest, in Oklaho
m , which Is also a federal game pre-
Bere, hits been increased by the ar-
-tval ten calvet, i online to a re
port received dv tho oicst Service
from the sup';i v.'i.or in charge. The
heaifi, vhich now comprises sixty-two
spe-. mens of the ei.ttont extinct bison.
1b in good condition, says the super
visor, and promises to continue in
creasing at a rapid rate
He Is she a good dancer?
She No scrupulously. California
any and all information and data con
cerning any public works contemplat
ed, being constructed or completed.
He shall act as the representative oi
the Chairman and Executive Officer of
the Board of Supervisors when called
upon so to do and shall, when so In-
ptructed, superintend the carrying out
of the orders and instructions of the
Chairman and Executive Officer with
Frocks, Full Dress, Tuxedo Suits and J &
Coats of the latest styles
Made to Order
To men who know, that word
stands for footwear supremacy
smartest style, longest wear,
;j; highest quality.
;i We sell REGALS because we
35 want to give every customer
O complete satisfaction.
Ferfect Fit and Satisfaction
GIVE US A TRIAL.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE regard to any and all County works
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF amj contracts; and shall, from time to
HAWAII: AT CHAMBERS: In the time, when occasion arises, make re
Matter of the Estate of Ll'ia P. Pali, norts -to the Chairman and Executive
l.1 i irVi t ef tha rfllvoa ara fnmoinc I into nf T-nhnlna. Maul, deceased. nnwr unit the Board of Supervisors
hrinfrimr tho Tinmhor nf hoifnrn nnH I Notice to Creditors. . with reirnrd to anv and all matters vineyard btreet, . . wanuKU
cows up to thirty. The bulls number I AH persons having claims against concerning his oilice . or concerning
thirty-two and have been placed bv I the above Estate are nereny noiiueu public works ot tne uouniy ot aiaui.
. .... .. I, i ,L.l. 1 I .1 . . 1 .. ... 1. .... I . . l..-Il Tin ,.1.11 .,nnn
tnemseives in a pasture wnicn nas just 1 10 present uieir umiu, uui.v aumcn- section o. dkjiu. sunu, uyuu w-m w
been fenced in for them. ticated, even if the claim is secured assuming his office, furnish a bond in fJ II J-
rnree years ago tne Dunaio nero on I oy mortgage, to i"" uiiuii,m-u, n me sum oi iuiiuiliuii.-u uium
the Wichita Forest was little more Honolulu, Oahu, within six months the faithful performance of the duties
than half as laree as it is now. It is from date of first publication hereof, 0f his office
snlrt that the other came animals in or thev will be forever barred. Section 6. ASSISTANCE. The
the preserve, including the elk and I Dated, Honolulu, August 24, iais. Chief Overseer and tne county t,ngin-
llEls K i o All l ti, eer may have such clerical ano omer
Admr. Est. Lllia P. Pali, deceased, assistance as may be necessary and
Aug. 28, Sept. 4, 11, 18, 1915. proper for the performance of the du-
t es of his ouice; sucn cierns ana as
sistants to be appointed by the Chair-
antelope, also are increasing, due to
the protection afforded, not only
against hunters, but against wolves,
wild cat3, and other predatory ani-
mails, which committed serious de
predations from the establishment of
COATS, SHIRTS AND ALL KINDS
OF UNDERWEAR MADE TO ORDER
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE man and Executive Officer of the
the preserve in 1905 until measures SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF Roard of Supervisors with the ap
were taken to stop them. In protect-1 HAWAII: AT CHAMBERS: In the proval of the Board of Supervisors, as
intr the came from nredatorv animals. I Matter of the Estate ot Jonn Jjcrreira by law provided
the wardens and forest officers are Santos, late of Waihee, Maui, deceas- Section 7. Ordinance No. 28 of the
also nromotine the interests of local ed. Petition of Antone F. Santos for County of Maui and a'l other ordi
stockmen, who graze several thousand I Probate of WILL of deceased. IT IS nancea and parts of ordinance in con
head of cattle on certain allotted areas ORDERED, that mursoay, tne zrci nict nerewitn are nereoy repeaieu.
within the preserve.
Atty. for Petitioner.
Aug. 21, 28, Sept. 4, 11, 1915.
Board of Supervisors, at
Maui. Territory of Hawaii
Approved this..:day of 1915
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WITHIN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
Per str Maunakea, Aug. 25. F. E,
Murphy, J. B. Cox, Mrs. H. Glade, Miss
Glade, Master Glade, C. T. Johnson,
H. S. Decker, Mrs. Kepoikai, Miss I ifi THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Smythe, Miss Ferreira, Miss Perry, I SECOND C'.RCUIT, TFRR1TORY OF
Miss Cunningham, Miss Biart, Miss 1 HAWAII: At Chambers. MARY I Rv
Titcomb, Mrs. Lane, Miss Akana. BRANCO ICU vs. ISAAC ICU. To Chairman and Executive Officer
Per str. Mikahala, August 25. J. I ISAAC ICU: Libellee: You are heir- Board of Supervisors, County of
Harvest, Mrs. M. K. bouza, Mrs. M. by notified of the pendency of the Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
iweaeiros, k. u. Dooge, Mrs. wmrocK, above action for divorce, and that tne Attest
Master Kehara, W. Kekapa, Mrs. patTl has been set for hearing on the l hereby certify that the foregoing
Chung Kung. 1 30th day of September, 1915, at 10 ordinance, upon consideration had
Per str. Claudine, Aug. 24. A. Hane I o'clock A. M.. in the Court Room of nd vote taken, was passed by the
berg, Mrs. E. H. Hart, Miss E. Copp, this Court, at Wailuku. Maui, Hawaii, Board of Supervisors for and within
Mrs. L. H. Collins, D. L. Austin, Mrs. or aa B00n thereafter as the same may the County of Maul, Territory of Ha-
Three big live-reel features were
shown at the Valley Isle Theatre this
week: "Love Route, on Tuesday even
ing; "Should a Woman Divorce," on
Wednesday evenlug; and "A Daughter
of the People." on Thursday evening,
all to good houses. Next week the
big five reel features will be: "Ca
mices of Kitty." probably on Tues
dav: "Beulah." on Wednesday; and
Robert Warrick as "Alias Jimmy Val
entine" on Friday evening. The Sixth
Episode of Zudora or Twenty Million
Dollar Mystery will be played tin
Saturday evening, and the ICth Epi
sode of Exploits of Elaine next Mon
day night. Other big fife reel photo
THE BEST TAILORING
FOR GENTS' SUITS.
Clothes Cleaning and Repairing.
P. O. Box 181. Kahulul, Maul, T. H,
Those Who Travel
dav of Sentember. A. D. 1915. at 10 Section 8. This Ordinance Bhall
o'clock A. M., be and the same fs here- take effect from and after the date of
bv appointed for hearing said Peti- its approval, and publication-once a
tion, in the Court Room of this Court, week for a period of two consecutive
in Wailuku. Maui, Hawaii. weeks in a newspaper of general rir-
Wailuku, Maui, Aug. 19, 1915. dilation published in tne county oi
BY THE COURT, Maui, and the posting of a true copy
Edmund H. Hart, Clerk, hereof upon a bulletin board in front
EUGENE MUKPIn, of or near the room occupied hy tne
Watches and Clocks of all descriptions
Repaired and Cleaned.
Give Us a Trial.
Wtrtluku, MARKET STREET, WAILUKU.
VICTOR TALKING MACHINES
VICTROLAS AND RECORDS.
Our New Collection of
"FAMOUS HAWAIIAN SONGS"
is just out. Price $1.50.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
1020-22 Fort St. Honolulu, V. II
wail, at its regular session held on the
day of 1915, at its
Hoard Room in Wailuku, County of
County Clerk. County of Maul.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD Or
SUPERVISORS FOR AND WITH
IN THE COUNTY OF MAUI,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
WM. FRED. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
Aug. 21, 28, 1915.
J. I. Walker, Mrs. Armsted, V. J. John-1 be heard.
son. Miss Mary Cabral, Ah Ping. Wailuku. July 20, 1915.
Per str. Mauna Loa, Aug. 21. J. I BY THE COURT.
Hackett, Miss E. Copp, Mrs. W. F. Edmund H. Hart, Clerk.
Bowrne, Mrs. J. M. Cummings, J. Mei- juiy 24, 31, Aug. 7, 14, 21, 28, 1915.
necKe, Airs, jonn vennuizen, Allan m.
Venhuizen, Miss Gladys Vennuizen,
Misses D., A., and M. Cooke. C. Jl. in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Cooke, C. H. Cooke, Jr., Mrs. F. L. H. I SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
Collins, Mrs. Rodrigues, W. G. Scott. HAWAII: AT CHAMBERS: In the
Miss Cora Garner, Kim Ylm Lau, matter of the Estate of Kaunuhi Jos
Moto. I eon Kekahuna Staunton, deceased
Departed. I Notice to Creditors
Per str. Mauna Loa, Aug. 26. J. C. All persons having claims against
Loon, Miss A. Lu, M. Rosa, Mrs. Holt, the above Estate are hereby notified
Miss Rose. Mrs. Aki. MISS Aki. Mr. I tn nreHent their claims, dulv aulhenti
Aki, A. V. Peters, Miss L. Kalehua, cated, even if the claim is secured by SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
Miss Armstrong, Mrs. Jno. Fleming, J. I mortgage, to the undersigned, at Wai- HAWAII: AT CHAMBERS: NENI-
C. Planklngton, Master Jas. Trip, Mrs. luku, Maul, within Bix months from mi kamuiu vs. uaimihi ii. ka
Geo. Trip, Miss Smith, Miss Meek, jate of first publication hereof, or ML' It I. To HATSUYO II. KAMURI,
Mrs. cocKett, miss ijocKeii. Mrs. a. i they will be forever barred. wunit'e, iou are iieim.v uuuueu ui
F. Centelo. A. F. Centeio, J. E. Dow, Wailuku. Maui. August 6. 1915. tho pendency of the above suit for
A. Apo, Mrs. G. B. Schrader, Miss F. EUGENE MURPHY
Schrader, Master Jas. Schrader, V el- Executor Will of Kaunuhi Joseph
wet, W. Richmond, W. M. Cooper, w. Kekahuna Staunton deceased.
Hughes, H. Glass, Bro. Matnew, Bro. Aug. 14, 21, 28, Sept. 4, 1915
Andrew, u. u. t;oe, t;. u. James, j. m.
Cummins, A. Ventura, B. Hollinger,
Wm. Ahia, C. Drake, m. Knight, H. 1 FOR SALE,
Murray, C. C. Clark, Mrs. 11. if. uald
win, Miss Keniston, Miss Damm, Wong DiUe Indian Motocycle, 7 II. P., 2
FOR CAKE MAKING
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Price $175.00. Iu-
Leong, Master Wong Leong, Miss M. speed, 1913 model
&cnraoer, j. ll. itayinonu, j. ii. nay-imilrn
plays expected tne following ween mond, Jr., Miss A. Lindsay, D. C. Lind-1 JOE FRANC,
will be: "Gretna Green," and "tairy say, Mrs. Hlggins, Miss P. Cox, Miss Wailuku Mill Blacksmith Shop
divorce against you on the grounds of
desertion, and that the same has been
set for hearing Thursday, the 21st day
of October, A. D. 1913, at 10 o'clock
A. M. in the Court Room of this
Court, in Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, or I
as soon thereafter as the same may
Wailuku. Maui, August 10, 1915.
BY THE COURT:
Edmund H. Hart, Clerk.
Attorney for Libellant.
Unlike any other
newer and belter
The ONE always-cool hostel
ry in Honolulu, yet rlgnt In the
heart of things.
Not a bug in the building.
Daily rates from $1 per per
son up. Weekly and monthly
rates on application.
J. F. CHILD, Mgr.
Half-way between Hotel end
Beretania streets, Ewa side.
M. KITANO, Proprietor.
Men's Suits, Ladies' Skirts, Dresses,
Gloves, Cleaned, Pressed and Dyed.
Hats Cleaned and Blocked.
All Work Neatly Dono. Called for
Special attention to work for Hono
CONTRACTOR, BUILDER AND
Call Honda for any Plumbing that is
to be done. All work neatly
done and satisfaction
anu mo an. MCAienamin, M. u. urumnioua,
Aug. 14, 21, Sept. 4, 11, 18, 1915.