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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1915.
Harry English is back from a trip
to the coast.
W. A. Baldwin made n hurried trip
to Honolulu Saturday on business.
Mrs. George Tripp and son James,
returned home from Honolulu last Sat
urday. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Chlllingworth
are spending a short vacation in Ho
nolulu. Miss Viola Smith, of Denver, is vis
siting her brother, Mr. E. C. Smith, at
Miss Mary Stonder was an arrival
by the Claudine from Honolulu last
S. A. Baldwin returned to Maul on
Wednesday evening, after some weeks
spent on the coast.
Miss M. Scott, of Honolulu, has been
spending tho past week at Haiku vis
iting Miss Isa Lindsay.
Mrs. Mollle Cook and children will
leave for Paia, Maul, September 25,
to spend a vacatloln. Advertiser.
Chester A. Doyle, Japanese interpre
ter In the Honolulu courts, is mnklng
a business visit to Maul this week.
Wm. Heuning, deputy tax collector
for Makawao district, was in Honolulu
this week on a business trip.
Mrs. Charles Bishop Dunham, of
Berkeley, is a visitor at tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Duncan, of Ka
hulul. Miss Maria Scott, of Honolulu, for
merly of Puunene Hospital, is the
house guest of Mrs. W. A. Spraks,
Mrs. Ellen Rogers, of Wailuku, Maul,
is visiting in Honolulu for a few days
with Mrs. W. T. Robinson, her cousin.
Miss Ida MacDonald, of the Hono
lulu Normal school, returned to Ho
nolulu last Saturday after spending
her vacation on Maui.
Mrs. C. C. James and children, who
have been spending a few months at
their Kulaha homestead, returned to
Honolulu on Wednesday.
Miss Martha Wilbur, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Wilbur, of Wailuku,
returned last Saturday from a short
visit with friends in Honolulu.
Edwin C. Moore, County Agent of
the Hawaii Experiment Station, has
moved his family from Kula to Kul
aha. Ho has taken the E. II. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. H. Washburn Baldwin
and family have returned to their Paia
home after an enjoyable vacation at
the Makawao place of Mrs. James
Capt. Carl Wichert, of the tug Les
lie Baldwin, returned on Tuesday from
a two weeks vacation spent In Hono
lulu visiting his family, which is how
Rev. J. C. Vllllers returned to Wai
luku on Wednesday evening from Ho
nolulu where he accompanied his
daughter, Miss Olive, who entered Pu
nahou this week. .
C. C. Campbell, head bookkeeper of
the Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Company, accompanied by his wife, re
turned this week from a several
months vacation spent on the coast.
V. C. Schoonberg, assistant cashier
of tho Lahalna National Bank, accom
panied by his wife, sailed by the Ma
noa on Tuesday from Honolulu to
visit tho Exposition. They will bo
gono about two months.
A. C. Wheeler, of the Public Works
Department, was an arrival by tho
Mauna Kea on Wednesday evening.
Mr. Wheeler Is here in connection with
various work now being done in which
his department is interested.
W. E. Devereaux, formerly manager
of the liana Store, accompanied by
his family, sailed from Honolulu, by
the Sonoma last week for San Fran
cisco. It is probable that they will
make their future homo in California.
Miss Charlotte L. Turner, who re
cent'y resigned from settlement work
In Wailuku, Maul, Is visiting Miss Hel
en Alexander in Manoa. Miss Turner
expects to leave shortly for San Fran
cisco to visit the exposition. Adver
tiser. Hlbbard Case, who has been spend
ing his vacation as assistant chemist
at the Wailuku Sugar Company's lab
oratory, left for Honolulu on Monday
night to resume his studies In tho Col
lege of Hawaii. Mr. Case Is taking a
course In sugar technology.
Senator H. A. Baldwin, accompanied
by his wife and daughter, Miss Fran
ces, returned homo on Wednesday
evening from a several months visit
on tho coast. During their tour they
visited Alaska. They returned from
Seattle to San Francisco in their auto
mobile. Ned Steel, the well known cartoon
ist of tho Honolulu Advertiser, accom
panied by Max Friedman and Theo.
Lehrner, two tourists from Milwaukee,
mado tho ascont of Haleakala this
week. Mr. Steel Is spending his vaca
tion in seeing some of the scenery of
J. C. Fos3, Jr., tho contractor, spent
a few days on Maul this week, during
which ho visited Hana where he is
building several bridges for tho coun
ty. Ho is engaged on a big wharf and
road contract in Hilo which Is occu
pying most of his personal attention
at the present time.
D. Howard Hitchcock, tho well
known Honolulu artist, Is visiting
iuaui lor tno purpose or nalntinir some
of this island's scenery. Mr. Hitch
cook had not beon in Wailuku tor
about 25 years prior to his visit. Bo
fore he returns home ho will prob
ably visit Haleakaii and may also
maxo me uiicn trail trip.
R. A. Wadsworth returned this week
from a sevoral months tour of tho
mainland, Mrs. Wadsworth remained
in Honolulu visiting her sister, Mrs.
u. Aironso, berore returning borne.
Thoir son and daughter, Alfred and
Winifred, who accompanied them,
have resumed their studios In Puna
hou. David Wadsworth, who finished
Punahou last year, remained in the
oast, having entered tho Bryant and
Stratton Business College, Boston.
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Tomorrow is Regatta Day in Hono
lulu. Uev. Frnnk S. Scudder will preach
In the Wailuku Union Church next
Tho Kahulul and Puunene Stores will
bo closed next Monday and Tuesday
Of tho 55 one-room school houses
In the territory, 30 aro located In the
County of Maul.
Kona and Ulupalakua have been get
ting some much appreciated rain dur
ing the past two weeks.
Charles Wilcox, county auditor, has
moved Into his handsome, new Lome
jurt comilelcd on tho 'o-n-. Hde of
On grounds of extreme cruelty
Kame Shlro was yesterday granted a
divorce from Ushl Shiro, on decree
handed down by Judge Edlngs.
The M. A. Co.'s Paia and Hamakua
poko stores will be closed for stock
taking next Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, September 23, 24 and 25.
FOR SALE: One 4-horsepower
Fairbanks-Morse gas engine in excel
lent condition. Also lot of shafting,
pulleys, and belts. Inquire, Maui News
Office, Wailuku. tf.
Miss Margaret Lindsay, of Kulaha,
entertained at dinner Friday evening
for Misses Dorothy Hair, Margaret
Hair, Ireno Wells, Miss Douglas Wells
and James Wood.
Joshua D. Tucker, commissioner of
public lands, is still Improving in
health, following a serious attack of
heart trouble, a few days ago, which
caused him to be taken to the hospital
The Loan Fund Commission will
hold a meeting tomorrow at which
time It is probable that a number of
new projects on which the engineers
have been working will bo put defi
nitely under way.
T. B. Lyons of Maul claims owner
ship of part of tho grounds on which
tho Royal school is situated. The
claim dates back to an agreement in
1898 between Mr. Lyons and the ter
Mrs. C. C. James was Informally en
tertained by Mrs. W. A. Baldwin last
Monday, at luncheon, where Miss Jean
Lindsay, Sirs. C. G. White, Mrs. Gil
man, Mrs. E. S. Smith, Miss V: Smith
made a pleasant party.
Eight deeds were entered of record
this week, aggregating In value over
$20,000, by which Harold W. Rice be
comes the owner of a large block ol
land in Makawao. Mr. Rice is going
extensively into dairying and di edi
The county will probably be asked
to move the street light on Main street
near the Wailuku depot, a few yards
further up the street so that Wells
avenue will also receive tho benefit of
tho light. This last named thorough
faro is budly In need of better Illu
Two interesting pictures of tho pu
pils of Kipahulu school were publish
ed in the Honolulu Advertiser last
week. The pictures were secured dur
ing a recent visit by Superintendent
Kinney. Kipahulu is ono of the few
schools in the Islands where native
Hawaiian children predominate.
The county road gang began work
this week on macadamizing the mile
of road between D. C. Lindsay's resi
dence, above Paia, to tho Fred Bald
win Memorial Home. $2500 is to bo
spent on the job monthly, and about
two months are contemplated to spend
The investigation' of the charges
filed in tho supreme court by Attorney
Eugene Murphy against Judge W. A.
McKay, district magistrate, was con
tinued from last Monday to Monday of
next week. The Judge, who returned
to dispose of pressing matters requir
ing his attention, will probably go to
Honolulu again tonight. Murphy is
seeking to have McKay removed from
offico on grounds of forgery, embezzle
ment, falsification of records ,and var
ious other things.
Being Drafted For Maui
A new automobile ordinance Is be
ing drafted by County Attorney Bevlns
and Inspector of Chauffeurs P. J. Good
ness, to be acted upon by tho next
meeting of tho board of supervisors.
Under the proposed ordinance a bet
ter regulation will be had of cars and
drivers In the rent service, than now
obtains. A yearly registration of all
cars Is also provided for. It is also
proposed among other things, to re
qulio suitable dimming of head lights
to prevent tho danger of collision from
blinding by powerful lights. Because
there is no record of examination of
chauffeurs except recently, It Is also
proposed to require a re-examlnatlon
or registering of all persons now driv
ing machines in tho county.
NARROW ESCAPE WHEN CAR
While driving a Ford car through
tho Kulaha homesteads last Tuesday,
Mrs. Frank H. Partridge, wire of tho
field superintendent of the Haiku
Fruit & Packing Company, had a nar
row escapo from death or serious in
jury, when her machine overturned
on a sharp turn in tho road. Mrs.
Partridge had her Infant child with her
at the time, which also escaped in
KULA FARMERS ELECT NEW
At a meeting of tho Kula Farmers'
Cooperative Association held last Sun
day, Manuel Gregulho, Jr., was elect
ed agent in placo of E. C. Moore, who
had resigned. It was voted to ask
each momber to increase his Invest
ment in tho storo from $5 to $15, and
all those present authorized tho agent
to hold tho additional $10 out of tho
proceeds of tho sales of their produce.
Maui High School
Shows Big Increase
Outlook Good for Fine Year's Work
Three New Teachers Added to
StalT Who They Are.
The Maul High and Grammar School
ot- Hamakuapoko opened for the fall
term on Monday, September 13. Thero
Is a large Increase In attendanco at
this school; thero being over 20 per
cent more pupils than woro enrolled
Thero arc three new teachers on
the teaching force this year, Miss L.
Franc Eaton, Miss Clara C. Pearson,
and Miss Pearl McCarthy. Miss Eaton,
who will take charge of the now dom
estic science course, is a former in
habitant of the Islands. Her early
life was spent at Hilo. Sho attended
Punahou Academy and also graduated
from the Honolulu Normal School af
ter which she taught for a number of
years in the public schools of the ter
ritory. Sho then attended Teachers
College, Columbia University, obtain
ing the degree of B. S. and also secur
ing bachelor diploma to teach domes
tic science. She graduated from that
college In 1911 and since that time
has had practical experience in teach
ing domestic science on tho mnlnland
and was also connected with Fabrola
Hospital, Oakland, California, in the
capacity of dietitian. For two years
sho has filled the same position at
Leahl Home, Honolulu, from which
place she comes to Maul. Miss Eaton
lias traveled extensively as, in addi
tion to her mainland travels, sho spent
the bummer of 1911 In Europe.
Miss Clara Pearson, who takes the
position In tho High School mado va
cant by Mrs. Beeman's visit to Maine,
is a native of Iowa. She received her
bachelor'3 degree from Cornell College
In 1911, taking tho liberal arts course.
She took a post-graduato course at
Wisconsin University, specializing in
mathematics and voice. She has taught
for three years in Iowa and last year
taught at Punahou Academy, Honolulu.
Miss Pearl McCarthy, who takes
Miss Kerr's place, is a native of Hono
lulu and is a daughter of Territorial
Treasurer C. J. McCarthy. She has
a sister in the McKlnley High School
of Honolulu. Miss McCarthy obtained
her A. B. degree this year from Stan
ford University and although she has
had no teaching experience, she comes
highly recommended by the college
authorities in regard to tho qualifica
tions which should make a successful
teacher. Sho specialized in French
and is to teach that subject in tho
The other teachers are the same as
last year: W. S. Beeman, principal;
Mies Mary Couch, Latin; Miss Mary
Cooper, grammar grades; Miss Estelli
DoRego Goes to Hilo for
Automobiles and Horses
Anlono "Pakai" Do Rego, tho well
known politician and business man,
was in Hilo the other day. While not
divulging the full reason for his be
ing in this city he hinted at automo
bile deals that might amount to a
considerable amount of money. Ho
would appear to bo ready to buy cars
in Hilo, fit them out as jitney busses
and take them over ot Maui, there to
establish lines of jitneys similar to
those in existence in Hilo.
Antone Garcia, of Wailuku, Maui,
has started business along these lines
and ho has a couple of machines al
roady in action. His particular field Is
from Wailuku to Kahulul and ho has
made a cut rate on the ride. Do Rego
has Ideas of starting something of tho
same kind and ho may extend the
schemo to Paia.
While In this city tho Maul man
was tho guest of J. G. Serrao and ho
made sevoral trips ot the outside dln
tnots. Being also a horso dealer, the
Maulan is keeping his oyo out for
likely animals. Garcia picked up a
bunch of horses on this island a few
weeks ago and he made a good profit
on them when he sold there on Maui.
Do Togo ".rojld not mind looking over
a likely lunch of quadrupeds in tho
-.imp way it anyonj has a tew to sell
Tho above story Is most strongly
denied by Mr. Do Rego, who nrrlvcd
homo from Hilo this week. Mr. Do
Rego says ho went to Hilo to see the
Volcano, and that his trip had nothing
to do with automobiles or horses. "I
have dropped $1000 in automobiles in
the last three years and seven months,
and know when I have had enough,"
13 the way Mr. Do Rego puts it.
New Classes Begin Work
At Alexander House Gym
A class of about a dozen men has
been formed at the Gymnasium under
the direction of tho now director, L.
R. Mathews, tho first meeting being
held last nednesday evening. Volley
ball and basket ball were tho feat
ures of tho exercise at this first meet'
ing. Tomorrow afternoon a woman's
class will be organized at 2:30 o'clock.
The swimming tank will bo again
brought into uso at this time. Tho
tank has been thoroughly cleaned and
repainted, and is in most attractive
Both of theso classes promlso to
become exceedingly popular.
Sept. 11. Domingo Golaz, 20 years,
mipino, to Annio l'ooKa, 1G years,
Russian; both of Kcahua. Ceremony
by Father Justin.
Sopt. 16. Chas. P. Kallihlwa, 28
years, to Esthor Malaloha, 18 years;
both Hawaiians of Walhoo. Ceremony
uy u, Manoanoa, Mormon Eldor.
Lahaina School to
Try Chicken Raising
Boys Will Also Build the Chicken
House Public Schools Gel Down
The public schools of the territory
opened for the fall term on last Mon
day. On Maul, from present indica
tions, the attendance will bo about tho
same aa, last year. It will probably be
another week or two before reports
have been received from all districts.
George S. Raymond, Inspector gene
ral of tho school department, has been
spending the first week of tho term r
this islnnd, assisting Supervising Prin
cipal McCluskey to get his bearings
in his new position. They have al
ready visited a largo number of
schools in central Maul.
Some of the schools arc handicap
ped for lack of buildings. This is true
nt Wailuku, at Puunene, and at Hama
kuapoko in particular. At tho first
named school the department plaiis to
open a kitchen, where simple cooking
will be taught, and from which lunches
will be served to pupils at a trilling
cost, as soon as a building for this
purpose is constructed. Facilities will
also bo provided for tho teaching of
elementary carpentry. A building to
be used as a kitchen is also contracted
for at Puunene, but scarcity of carpen
ters Induced the board of supervisors
last week to grant further time for
this work In order that tho contractor
might rush work on tho teachers' cot
tage badly needed at Hamakuapoko.
On Molokal and at Hana the county Is
also behind on building contracts,
which Is Interfering somewhat with
School Boys To Work.
At the meeting of tho supervisors
last week $19 was appropriated at the
instance of R. C. Bowman., vocational
instructor, for materials needed for a
partition across the school kitchen at
the Lahalna school. The boys taking
vocational work in this school will
construct the partition themselves.
They are also to have $18.10 worth of
material for building a chicken house,
en raising at this institution. For Paia
it being tho intention to take up chick
the board allotted $32 asked which
will furnish materials for 150 feet of
fence which will enclose the cottages
at tho Paia school as soon as thd boys
of tho vocational classes can build it.
Maui Pineapple Sent
To Japanese Emperor
Choicest Hawaiian canned pineap
ple will bo sent by Maui Japanese as
a gift ot tho emperor at his corona
tion exercises on November 10. The
fruit which Is grown and packed by
the Maul Pineapple Company, of Pau
wela, Maui, was taken by the excur
sion party of Japanese from that Isl
and which left Honolulu on the Shin-
yo Maru last Friday.
Tho Maui excursion party is about
30 in number, and is under the leader
ship of K. Mlho. It joined the party
from Oahu, which under the guidance
of Dr. T. Katsunuma, popular official
at the federal immigration station.
Tho big 5-reel features at the Valley
Isle this week have been: "Beulah,"
"Are You a Mason?" and "M'Llss."
Next week commencing with Monday
the following will be tho bills with
somo possible alterations in case the
features aro held back in Honolulu
to further satisfy tho demands of the
Honolulu movie fans: 'Pretty Mrs.
Smith," "Tho Fairy and tho Waif,"
"Jack Chanty," and "Tho Lone Star
Rush," all captivating five-reel feat
ures of unusual Interest.
Tho greatest attraction of next week
will bo great five-reel spectacle of
"Damon and Pythias," at the Valley
Isle Theatre only, next Tuesday, Sep
tember 21. Tho reels will arrive here
next Tuesday morning from Honolulu
aud will be played in the evening un
der tho auspices ot tho local Knights
of Pythias, and on Wednesday after
noon it will be shipped to the Gaiety
Theatre, Hilo, for a run of several
Four hundred years before tho dawn
of tho Christian era. tho immortal
drama of Damon and Pythias was
created and over since that eventful
day tho drama has lived and grown
in popular favor In all countries wher
ever the order is established. Accord
ing to advance posters, the following
may bo mentioned: "Spectacular, stir
ring, gripping aro its scenes; with Its
colossal groupings, classic dances,
games, tho thrill of tho chariot race,
battles upon land and sea, cities built
and destroyed, and through all these
most stirring scenes, with dramatic
fire and touch of sentiment, runs tho
story of human friendship which has
lived for ages as tho grandest and
loveliest story ever told of tho tie
that binds, almost equalling tho grand
eur ot tho story of tho Cross."
Patho Weeklies, Now Exploits of
Elaine, and special two-reel features
will add to tho attractions of tho weok.
SHOPPING DY PROXY.
Local folk can now havo careful,
discriminating shopping done In Hono
lulu by proxy. Mrs. Jesso W. Gootz,
of Honolulu, (whoso announcement
appears plsowhoro In this issuo) has'
built up a nlco llttlo business by tak
ing shopping worries and 'cares from
people's shoulders, and can accommo
date a few moro customers. Sio
maites absolutely no chargo tor the
sorvlce, and tho goods aro sent on ap
proval. This furnishes a good oppor
tunity to buy from tho best in Hono
lulu's markot, without making tho
Bible Stories Told
Rev. Frank Scudder is Producing Un
usual Performance on Maui with
Aid of Young Japanese.
Something quite now In the line of
entertainment was shown In the Or
pheum Theatre on Thursday evening,
it was a presentation of bible teach
ing through the attractive medium of
color and action as well as by means
of tho voice.
Tho life of Samuel was the subject
ot a series of six tableaux, under the
title of "Tho Voice of the Heart." How
the little child Samuel was consecrat
ed by his parents to a holy life; how
the little lad ijamuel learned to recog
nize the voice of God In his heart, and
how by obedience to that voice he
grew up to bo tho commanding char
acter of his times, greater than the
priest and greater than the king,
these lessons woro brought out in such
a way that no ono who saw them can
"Tho Light of the World" was pre
sented in two tableaux; the first rep
resenting the world in darkness, with
people groping for light. Into tho
darkness come tho great religious
lights of the world. First, Moses, baer
Ing a lighted candle, giving such light
as he can. Out from tho black gowned
group In the darkness come two anx
ious ones, Sorrow and Desire. Ho
shows them that they must obey God's
holy law. After Moses come Budha,
and then Confucius, each with his
candle, shedding such light, and giv
ing sue hcomfort as he can. But tho
world still bits In darkness and in the
shadow of death.
In the second tableau a great light
is seen. It is the Light of the World.
Attracted by the light Sorrow and De
sire enter it and kneel. Their black
garments fall from their shoulders, re
vealing them In wTilte, and a white-
winged maiden, named Love comes to
show them tho way of peace. They
must follow Jesus' way of love. She
sends them out to bring their com
rades out of darkness Into the light.
A llttlo child a'so, attracted by the
light, approaches Love. Love gives
her flowers to take to her little com
panions, bidding her bring them to
the light After a timo they return,
each leading his friends, who drop
their black gowns, and, gathered un
der the outspread arms of Love, kneel
in grateful prayer. Love stretches
her hands in invitation to those still
remaining in darkness, whilo In the
distance are hoard tho strains of
music, "Come unto Me, and I will give
Tho tableaux were acted out by Jap
anese young people under tho direc
tion of Mr. Frank Scudder and Mrs.
Leslie R. Mathews. Moving pictures
played in the interim between the
two series of tableaux, allowed full
time for re-costuinlng. The tableaux
will be repeated In Paia and Puunene
this evening and Saturday evening.
Alexander House to Share
Estate of Miss Alexander
A petition for tho probato of the
will of Mary Alexander, who died in
San Francisco on August 25, was filed
in tho Honolulu circuit court last Sat
urday. Tho estate is valued at about
$37,700, and consists largely of stocks
and bonds. Tho petition asks that
Lyle A. Dickey, of Lihuc, Kauai, and
Emily A. Baldwin, of Makawao, Maul,
be appointed executors of tho estate,
as requested, in tho will.
According to tho petition, the devi
sees and legatees under the will are
Martha E. Alexander, Juliette Alex
ander, Annie M. Alexander, Wallace
Alexander, the Oakland Social Settle
ment, Alexander Home, Wailuku,
Maul; J. M. Alexander, W. D. Alexan
der, Mary C. Alexander, Annie E. Dick
ey, Charlotte A. Ferreri, of Milan,
Italy; Emily A. Baldwin and Lylo A.
GRASS EXPERT VISITS MAUI.
Last week Mr. C. A. Sahr,. of the
Hawaii Experiment Station staff was
on Maul. Ho traveled over tho Hana,
Haiku, Kula, and Lahaina districts.
Mr. Sahr had not before been on
Maui, and his trip was for tho pur
pose of familiarizing himself wilh the
country. He has been connected with
the station, at Honolulu for a number
of years, working with field crops,
especially the grasses. As a result of
tho try-outs of a largo number of
grasses which ho has made ho is in a
position to give definite advlco to
those who wish to get land into grass
as to what grasses aro best for their
conditions. As everyone knows tho
staff at tho Station in Honolulu is al
ways ready to help the farmer In any
way within its power, and It is bo-
Moved that coming in direct contact
with tho people and becoming per
fectly familiar with tho country, ns
Mr, Sahr has on this trip, will enablo
him to Increase his usefulness.
PRISONER HAS NARROW ESCAPE,
Whilo cleaning out a manholo In
an auwal which crosses the street at
the comer of Main and Market, this
morning, a mombor of tho county prls
on gang engaged in tho work, narrow.
ly escaped being drawn under tho
street by tho forco of tho flowing
water. Ono of his companions man
nged to drag him out by seizing his
foot. He was pretty badly scared, but
not hurt much otherwise.
The hydro-electric powor plant of
tho Maut Agricultural Company has
been out of commission for somo days
past owing to' repairs being mado to
tho ditch which supplies the wator.
Current is bolng supplied for lighting
purposes around Paia, from a steam
driven generator at tho mill.
ORDINANCE NO. 29. i
AN ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY v
OF MAUI CREATING AN OFFICE
TO BE KNOWN AS THE OFFICE.
OF CHIEF OVERSEER AND COUN
TY ENGINEER FOR THE COUN
TY OF MAUI, PROVIDING FOR
THE APPOINTMENT, PRESCRIB
ING THE QUALIFICATIONS AND
DEFINING THE DUTIES OF SUCH
OFFICER, AND REPEALING OR
DINANCE NO. 28 OF THE COUN
TY OF MAUI, AND ALL OTHER
ORDINANCES AND PARTS OF OR
DINANCES IN CONFLICT HEllli
Bo It Ordained by the Board of Su
pervisors within and for tho County of
Maul, Territory of Hawaii, that:
Section 1. An office to bo known
ns and styled tho Chief Overseer and
County Engineer's Office Is hereby
Section 2. Tho Chairman and Exe
cutive Officer of the Board of Suner-
vlsors, with the approval of the Board
of bupervlsors, may appoint a suitable
person as Chief Overseer and County
Engineer for the County of Mnui; such
person to receive such compensation
as may bo fixed by the Chairman and
Executive Officer and the Board of Su
pervisors. Section 3. QUALIFICATIONS. Tho
Chief Overseer and Countv Enclneor
shall bo a person capable of preparing
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, waterworks
and other classes of public works call
ing for engineering skill. He shall
not engage in any private enterprise
that will Impair efficiency of his de
partment. Section 4. DUTIES OF CHIEF
OVERSEER AND COUNTY ENGIN
EER. The Chief Overseer and Coun
ty Engineer shall, when called unon.
consult with and advise tho Chairman
and Executive Officer and Board of
Supervisors with regard to anv and
all matters pertaining to public works
ot tno county of Maui and shall, when
called upon to do so, prepare and fur
nish to tho Chairman and Executive
Officer and the noard of Supervisors
plans, specifications, estimates, and
any and all Information and data con
cerning any public works contemplat
ed bolng constructed or completed.
He shall act as tho representative of
the Chairman and Executive Officer of
the Board of Supervisors when called
upon so to do and shall, when so in
structed, superintend tho carrying
out of tho orders and instructions of
tho Chairman and Executive Officer
with regard to any and all County
works and contracts; and shall, from
time to time, when occasion arises,
make reports to the Chairman and
Executive Officer and tho Board of Su
pervisors with regard to any and all
matters concerning his office or con
cerning public works of the County
Section 5. BOND. He shall, upon
assuming his office, furnish a bond In
the sum of $5000.00, conditioned upon
the faithful performance of the duties
of his office.
Section G. ASSISTANCE. Tho Chief
Overseer and County Engineer may
havo such clerical and other assist
ance as may bo necessary and proper
for the performance of tho duties of
his office, such clerks and assistants
to ..o appointed by tho Chairman and
Hveiutho OIL'.-or . t the Boa d of Su
pervisors with tho approval of Iho
Board ol Supervisors:, as by law pro
vided. Section 7. Ordinance No. 28 of tho
County of Maul and all other ordi
nances and parts of ordinance in con
flict herewith aro hereby repealed.
Section 8. This Ordinance shall
take effect from and after tho date of
its approval, and publication once a
week for a period of two consecutive
weeks In a newspaper of general cir
culation published In the County of
Maui, and tho posting of a copy hereof
upon a bulletin board in front of or
near the room occupied by tho Board
of Supervisors, at Wailuku, Maul, Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
Approved this 11th day of Septem
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WITH
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
By S. E. KALAMA,
Chairman and Executlvo Officer
Board of Supervisors, County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
I hereby certify that tho foregoing
ordinance, upon consideration had and
vote taken, was passed by the Board
of Supervisors for and within tho
County of Maul, Territory of Hawaii,
at its regular session on the 11th day
of Soptember, 1915, at its Board Room
in Wailuku, County of Maui.
WM. FRED. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
Sept. 17, 21, 1915.
Arrowroot plants, $20.00 per 1000.
Cartage to Honuapo and freight to
Maalaea, Lahalna, or Honolulu, freo
In above price. Cash with order.
A new 14 1-egg Cyphers Incubator, In.
perfect order, delivered to steamer at
A No. 17 Do Laval Hand Cream Sep
arator In perfect order, skimming 450
quarts of milk per hour. Runs very
easy, boy of 12 can successfully run
It. Cost in California, $110.00; for
salo now at $75.00; delivered at Ho
nunpo to steamer.
W. F. BARTELS.
P. i. Tho arrow root plants nro
good, strong plants, and tho machines
nro guaranteed perfect. 30-3t.
v (; LOST.
3ank'ots and shoots in a feed-bag
moving rom-Kula to Kulaha. Find
fir please notify
' EDWIN' C. MOORE,