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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1918.
Files Report On
Work Of Year
(Continued from Page One.)
inp considerable difficulty in remov
ing the impression which seems to
have become general that the law is
n dead letter, particularly nmong the
Oriental employers. As a result of
this almost two-thirds of the employ
ers in our files are still without in
surance. Insurance Companies Indifferent
A very potent reason for this con
dition of affairs is the fact that little
energy is now shown by the insurance
companies doing business in the Ter
ritory in gelting this class of insur
ance. In fact there are but three
companies now writing workmen's
compensation in this county against
eight a year ago. And where at least
two formerly had agents actively en
gaged in working up this business,
there are now none, so far as we are
advised, who make special efforts
along this line. Representatives of
of companies still writing this class
of insurance assert that the business
has not proved a paying one for the
Policies Not Accepted
The Board has been unable to ap
prove recent policies submitted by
the insurance companies owing to a
rider clause attached limiting the
liability of the insurer to the sum of
$20,000 on account of any one acci
dent. This limitation has appeared
to the Board to be in direct contra
vention of Pec. 49 of the Statute
which requires that "Every policy
of insurance and every guarantee
contract covering the liability of the
employer for compensation, whether
issued by a stock company, or by a
mutual association authorized to
transact workmen's compensation or
guarantee insurance in this Territory
shall cover the entire liability of the
employer to his employees covered
by the policy or contract". The
County Attorney h;s also declined to
advise the acceptance of policies
carrying this clause. It now seems
quite probable that, this matter will
remain unsettled until after June
1918 when, by Act 227, S. L. 1917,
amending Act 221, a uniform policy
approved by the commissioner of in
surance of the Territory must be
While the validity of the law was
in question, in at least two instances
insurance carriors suspended pay
ment of compensation in spite of
their contracts with the employers.
Insurance Fund Advocated
Because of the increasing indiffer
ence of insurance companies which
makes it difficult for employers to
secure compensation for their em
ployees as required by law, and be
cause of their apparent reluctance to
adopt a policy complying with the
law in all particulars, the Board is
confirmed in its opinion that the Leg
islature should establish a Territorial
insurance fund to supply employers
with security for compensation to
their employees, along lines as are
in force in a number of states. This
was one of the recommendations of
this Board made in its report dated
February 1, 1917.
Expenses For Yearv
Clerical help $350.00
Printing and publishing . . 81.90
Medical examination 15.00
Stenographer and witness fee
Data Re-Year's Work
(1) Number of meetings held. 10
Arbitration Doard 1
(2) Number of accidents re
Duration of disability
7 days or under 252
Over 7 days 207
No final report 40
(3) Total compensation paid re
covered employees .$2,904.77
Part paid by self-insured em
(4) Total hospital and medical
Part paid by self-insuring em
(a) Lumpsum settlements in 3
cases amount to $3,400.00
covering 3 widows and
(b) 2 cases in which periodical
pay'ts. amount to ..$9.78
weekly covering 2 widows
and 10 children.
(c) 5 no dependents.
(d) 3 cases pending from last
year now amout to $59.04
monthly covering 3 wid
ows and 3 children.
(6) Number of Insurance Comp's.
doing business 3
Collected in premiums as far
as known $3,107.76
(7) Number of employers record
Number of employers carrying
own insurance 14
Number of employers re-insured
to date 45
Number of employers failing to
For Honolulu per. Mauna Kea,
March 16 A. S. Hayward, H. W. Kin
ney, Mrs. W. F. Dale, Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. Slurgiss, Mrs. Takamot.su, K.
Oki, T. Hori, U. Fukumoki, W. O.
Reinecke, A. Reis, J. II. Raymond,
P. F. Diehl. V. J. Burgess, S. Fujiha-ra.
Those Who Travel
Maui Business Men
Would Ban Booze
(Continued from rage One.)
forming Mr. reck that the Maui Cham
ber of Commerce will be willing to
take general charge of the next Liber
ty Loan campaign on the Island of
Maui, if Mr. Peck so desires, and that
the secretary request Mr. I'etk to re
ply by the earliest mail, and forward
the necessary available literature. Mo
tion carried unanimously.
Mr. II. A. Baldwin stated that he
desired to bring before the trustees
for their consideration the advisabili
ty of taking some favorable action in
the way of supporting legislation that
will make the Territory "dry;" more
especially so if the island of Oahu is
to be dry. Mr. Baldwin stated that
he did not like the idea of having
Maul made a dumping ground for
liquor that could not be sold on Oahu.
He had no written resolution to pres
ent, but thought that perhaps action
should be taken by the Chamber of
Commerce by way of resolution, and
this resolution forwarded to Delegate
Kuhio, urging him to press for dry
legislation. In other words, Mr. Bald
win believed the Maui Chamber of
Commerce should go on record as ob
jecting to Honolulu being the only
After some discussion had, the fol
lowing motion was made by Mr. F. F
Baldwin, seconded by Mr. II. B. Pen
hallow; "That the President of the
Maui 'Chamber of Commerce at this
time appoint a committee of two to
prepare and present at the next meet
ing of the Maui Chamber of Commerce
a resolution favoring the enactment by
the Congress of the Vnilcd States of
n law prohibiting the sale ot intoxi
cating liquors in the Territory of lhv
The chair appointed Mr. H. A. Bald
win and Mr. H. B. Penhallow as mem
bers of this committee
There being no further business be
fore the trustees, adjournment was
The Shortage In
Maui's Sugar Outturn
The final, official figures of the Ha
waiian Sugar Planters' Association on
(he sugar production of Maui in 1917
are now at hand and show that the Is
land went behind 1916 by something
like 2()00 tons. The figures for the two
campaigns, by plantations and years,
are as follows:
Company 191G. 1917.
Pioneer Mill, Ltd 32,573 33,279
Olowalu 1,850 1,974
Wailuku Sugar 15,094 15,038
Haw. Com. & Sugar. 59,035 53,812
Maui Agricultural... 34,011 35,795
Kaeleku Plant., Ltd.. 6,721 6,210
Kipahulu Sugar 848 1,510
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oahu.
In re Dissolution of the MAUI
MEAT MARKET, LIMITED
Whereas, the MAUI MEAT MAR
KET, LIMITED a corporation estab
lished and existing under and bv
virtue of the laws of the Territory of
Hawaii, has pursuant to law in such
cases made and provided, duly filed in
this office, a petition for the dissolu
tion of the said corporation, together
wilh a certificate thereto annexed as
required by law.
Now, therefore, notice is hereby
given to any and all persons that have
been or are now interested in aupO
manner whatsoever in the said cor
poration, that objections to the grant
ing of the said petition must be filed
in this office on or before 12 o'clock
noon of May 3, 1918, and that any
person or persons desiring to be heard
thereon must be in attendance at the
olllco of the undersigned, in the Ex
ecutive Building, Honolulu, at 12 o'
clock noon of said day, to show cause,
if any, why said petition should not
(Sgd.) c j. McCarthy,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, T. H. February 11, 1819.
(Feb. 15, 22; Mar. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29:
Apr. 5, 12, 19.)
TERITORE O HAWAII,
Keena O Ka Puuku, Honolulu, Oahu.
No Ka Hoopauana 1 ka MAUI
MEAT MARKET, KAUPALENAIA.
NOKAMEA, o ka MAUI MEAT
MARKET, KAUPALENAIA, he hui 1
hoohuiia i kukuluia a e ku ana niala
lo a mamuli hoi o na Kanawai o ke
Teritore o Hawaii, i kulike ai mo na
hooponopono ana a ke Kanawai i
hanaia no ka hoomaopopo ana ia roea,
ua waiho mai ma keia Keena ha Pal
apala Noi no ka hoopauana i ua hui
a!a, me na palapala hooiaio 1 hoopili
puia elike me ke koi a ko Kanawai.
A Nolaila, ke hoolahaia aku iwi i
na poo apau, i lawelawe oihana pu a
i kuleana paha iloko o ua hui ala, e
waihoia mai na kumu kue apau no
ka no ana aku i ua Palapala Noi
ala maloko o keia Keena Oihana ma
mua'e e o ka hora 12 o ko nwakea, la
3 o Mei, 1918, a o na poo apau i
makemake e loheia kona manao malu
na o ua kumuhana nla e hiki ae ma
ke Keena Oihana o kit mea nona ka
inoa malalo nei, ma ka Hale Mana
Iiooko, Honolulu, hora 12 o He awakes
o iu la ala, e hoike mai i na kumu,
ina he kumu kana, no ka hoole ana i
ua Palapala Noi nla.
(Kaknuinoaia) C J. McCARTHY,
Puuku Teritore o Hawaii.
Honolulu. T. H., Feberuari 11, 1918.
(Feb. 15. 22; Mar. 1, 8, 15, 22. 29; '
Apr. 5, 12, 19.)
Bishop Leonard A
Visitor To Maui
Bishop Leonard, of the Methodist
Episcopal church, is here from the
mainland, having nrrlved nt Lnhaina
Wednesday, accompanied by Dr. Fry.
He was met at the wharf by the teach
War Saving Stamps In The Schools
The Kamehameha III School, Lahaina, seem;: to bo leading in the
work cf selling thrift and war-savings stamps. The next heaviest total
value so far received by this offico is from Wailuku pchool, which shows
$301.68. The Kamehameha HI School record up to Friday, March 15, was
I. D. 55 U 25 41 $10.25 . $ f 10.25 Irmgard Fardcn (each) $1.75
I. C. 55 12 21 41 10.25 1 5.00 15.25 Anna Furtado 7.00
I. B. 44 12 27 39 9.75 1 5.00 14.75 Andrew Kipapa 5.00
I. A. 3G 10 28 22 5.50 3 15.00 20.50 Mitsuko Amioka (each) 5.00
II. B. 51 19 37 66 1G.50 3 15.00 31.50 Clarence Seong 6.00
II. A. 52 17 32 121 30.25 1 5 00 35.25 Eiho Hokama 5.00
III. B. 43 19 44 105 26.25 2 10.00 36.25 Dolores Furtado 8.25
III. A. 43 19 44 70 17.50 2 10.00 27.50 Umeno Obuichi 6.25
IV. B. 37 16 43 86 21.50 1 5.00 26.50 lima Lee 5.50
IV. A. 36 16 44 49 12.25 5 25.00 37.25 Minoru Tsuda 10.00
V. 39 35 89 140 35.00 7 35.00 70.00 Alice Hose 11.25
VI. 32 18 56 54 13.50 1 5.00 18.50 Kazuo Morinaga 5.50
VII. 24 13 54 65 16.25 3 15.00 31.25 Henry Oana 6.25
VIII. 17 10 58 08 17.00 4 20.00 37.00 Ah Lan Wong (each) 10.00
Sch. 564 230 40 967 241.75 34 170.00 411.75
School Leader, Alice Hose;. Amount $11.25
Grade leading in amount, Grade V. Amount . . 70.00
Grade leading in percentage of purchasers, Grade V. 89
Maui Drygoods & Grocery Company, Wailuku.
THE LIVE AUCTIONER
FOR MAKAWAO DISTRICT
Residence and Postoffice: Makawao
Phone: Tarn Yau.
The First Drawing in the
Will Take Place May 15, 1918
Get Your Coupons from
Maui Dry Goods
The Central Store
Moura & Co. Garage
A trip to the volcano
ers and pupils of the Japanese pchool
there, visited Lirtiainaluna and in the
evening held a service at. Kaanapa'l
Yesterdy n.crnlng be left for Pun
nene and in the afternoon went up
Haleakala, "xpecting to return dur
ing this aiifrnoon.
The Bishop is a noted pcholrr and
speaker and it is hoped that arrange
ments can be mada whereby the uv;i
eral public may hear him while h"."3.
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LODGE MAUI, NO. 984, A. F. A A. M.
Stated meetings will bo held ft!
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
Tited to attend.
F. V. PEACOCK, R. W. J1.
W. A. ROI3DINS, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall. Walld
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All risiting members are cordially
invited to attend.
H. S. TERRY, C. C.
J. C. BLAIR, K. R. & S.
COURT VALLEY ISLAND NO. 9239
ANCIENT ORDER FORESTERS
Reirular meetings will bo held at
Moose Hall, Kahului, on the first and
third Thursday of each month, at 7:30
All visiting Diffiabers are cordially
invited to attend.
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