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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY il, 1908
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selection of nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for the Bath tub, J
French Plato Glass Mirrors,
Soap Dishes for tho Wall,
Soap and Sponiro Holders,
Towel Bars in various sizes,
) Towel Racks, 2-3 and 4 fold,
Comb and Brush Trays,
Tooth and Brush Holders,
Robe Hooks, etc., otci
To roalizo their beauty and usefulness they
must bo soon and used. Taken as a whole these
fittings are tho most artistic, practical, easily cleaned
and thoroforo tho MOST SANITARY.
Our prices bring them within tho reach of all.
. Wo invito your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.'S
Masonic Temple, : : KAHUL I.
ALOHA LODGE NO. il KNIGHTS
Rogular meetings will bo hold at
tho Knights of Pythias Hall Walluku
on Saturday, Juno G and 20.
All visiting members aro cordially
invited to attend.
J. II. NELSON, C. C.
D. II. CASK, K. OF R. & S.
& Co., Ltd.
LODGE MAUI, No. 984, A. F. & A. M.
Stated meotings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday nijfbt of each month at 7.30
Visiting brothren are cordially in
vited to attend.
I). C. LINDSAY R. W. V.
t. f. Secretary.
Continued from Page i.
A communication from John V.
Kalua was received applying for the
position of County Attorney.
H. II. Hitchcock wrote applying
for the position of County Attorney
but later wrote the ljoard withdraw
ing his application. Both comnnnr
ications were read and filed.
George Groves wrote to the Hoard
of the death of a tine mule that had
cost the County $250. The animal
had been in use by contractor J. H.
Wilson and had met with an acci
dent and had died some two weeks
later. Whether tho contractor can
be held responsible or not will bo
taken up later.
I'oundmaster Flemniing wrote the
Board that be would recommend
the authorization of men in bis dis
trict to assist in the impounding of
animals. He recommended the ap
pointment of Manuel V. Dorcgo for
Makawaoaud J. K. Kahua of Haiku.
J. K. Smyth wrote the board re
commending the removal of the dis
trict pound to Honokolaa.
Doctor McConkey wrote the board
that he bad found that many per
sons were in the habit of remaining
in closed rooms when suffering with
contffgious or infectious diseases and
unable to pay for medical treatment
instead of securing the same for the
reason that they did not have the
money to pay for the same as they
were ignorant of the fact that such
treatment could lie had free for the
asking. He recommended that
schools and the police bo requested
to report any and all such cases to
the proper authorities that assistance
might lie given to them.
A communication was received
from the County Attorney relative
to a lease of lands for the County.
Deputy County Attorney V. IA
Crockett sent in his report showing
an excellent ' record of the cases
handled by his department. No
nolle pros,equis had been entered
during tjic month and in no case
but-one of five persons bad a sus
pension of sentence been asked for.
The Sheriff sent in a report show
ing good conduct on the part of the
police. He stated further that, since
the reopening of Iwilei that a num
ber of characters of a lewd class bad
His report showed that there bad
been but one case of a serious nature
in the district during the month
and that was a charge of assault
with a weapon by Hong Shu on
Antone do Rego. The assault was
committed with a knife. The de
fendant was arrested and ' bound
over to appear before tho grand
In Lahaina a Korean bad been
convicted of larceny and bad been
sentenced to one year.
On Wednesday evening claim de
mands were taken up and disposed
The board met at ten o'clock
Thursday morning and received a
number of communications. One
of these was from the sheriff inform
ing the board that ho had appoint
ed. 'William Kahalekai as police
ollicer at Waihee and that he bad
made W. E. Maikai turant officer.
A communication was received
from the Honolulu Iron Works
Company to the effect that tho
dump carts ordered some time ago
"had been shipped from San Fran
cisco and should be here soon.
The new bonds of the County
Clerk and the County Attorney were
read and approved.
Attorney J. M. Vivas appeared
before the board and stated that bo
would be pleased to execute a" deed
to the county for a piece of land
negotiated for by the county -some
time ago at any time that would bo
convenient for the board.
Mr. Caso gave an oral opinion to
the effect that tho board could not
employ legal services of attorneys
to do the work of tho county attor
ney in order to get out of making
an appointment of an officer to fill
the office wnich was created by law.
Chairman Ilcnning asked County
Attorney D. II. Case to stay in
ollico for at least another month.
Mr. Caso stated that he could not
very well do so and refused to con
sider the proposition for the reason
that he had been offered retainers
in mses in which he might have to
oppose the county and for him to
represent Uitb sides of a case was
He said there were three reasons
which be might give why h" bad
taken the step he had, and others
which he did not care to mention.
He had made all necessary
arrangements to resume tho practice
of the law and he did not feel satis
fied at this late hour to change bis
(2), Mr. Crockett, a personal
friend of his and in whose welfare
he was interested had at tho request
of friends this day put in an applica
tion for the position of County At
torney, undoubtedly being of the
opinion that he would not reconsid
er the position taken and that be
did not feel that it would bo fair to
Mr. Crockett to at this time .to re
verse bis decision.
That it was the general belief
among many good people that Mr.
II. P. Baldwin held the republican
party in the palm of his hand Be
said that word had repeatedly come
to him to the effect that if bo did
not pontinue in the office of County
Attorney, 'Mr. Baldwin wanting
him there, he might just as well
pack his worldly belongings and
leave Maui. That he would un
questionably continue to be County
Attorney as Mr. Baldwin had ivot
yet met his figure and remarks of a
Mr. Case stated that he did not
wish to continue to lie County At
torney and thus have many who
were not familiar with the facts be
lieve there was truth in these
charges and that be was induced to'
remain by ulterior motives.
Another lson given was that he
did not hesitate to say thatMr.Bald
win had lamentably fallen short of
his duty in giving",moral support to
good men and good measures
In view of these considerations he
must respcgtfully decline to recon
sider tho matter of resigning.
He thanked the Board for the
many courtesies shown him.
The matter of the appointment
of police for Waihco, Wailuku, Ka
hului and Olowalu was postponed
until next meeting.
Supervisor Haia reported that
there was no pound in liana for the
reason that no one would go to the
expense of erecting a pound on Jiis
He suggested that the clerk write
to tho authorities in Honolulu and
ascertain whether a piece of land
could not be bad.
Mr. Pogue said that he .held that
a pound was for tho local communi
ty and that if tho community did
not care to erect and maintain a
pound let them go without it.
County Attorney Case was called
upon and stated that cither course
was legal and that it was strictly a
matter of policy for the board.
Supervisor Haia said that it was
too much to expect an individual to
erect a pound at bis own expense
and then ' be removed with the
pound on his hands and no remedy.
W. P. Pogue ' reported on the
matter of two indigents in his dis
trict and recommended that one be
provided for by the County at an
expense of Five Dollars per month.
He said it could be arranged with a
Hawaiian family for the care of the
party by the payment of this sum.
A report of County Engineer
Hugh Howell of bis efforts to get
tho old court house was read. lie
bad been' entirely successful and
had not only gotten the building
free of charge but had secured an
offer from the Trustees of Kaahu
inanu church to lease the grounds
to the County for a term of twenty
three years and at a cost of ono dol
lars. The grounds and building will be
entirely under tho controll of tho
board of supervisors and their suc
cessors. The grounds are to bo a
park and named Kaahiunanu park,
The old court houso will bo mov
ed over to Kaahiunanu Park and
used as a'public town ball.
Supervisor W. F. Pogue moved
that a lease be drawn up and that
tho old Court House ho removed to
tho new site.
Tho only thing now is the survey
Call for Contributions to the
Donations of Bananas, Melons,
Pineapples, Alligator Pears, Man
goes, Guavas, Ohias, Papaias,
Limes, Grapes, Oranges, Squashes,
Green Corn, Cocoanuts, Bread
Fruit, Taro, or any Island fruits
or berries, aro earnestly solicited
as a Hookupu or gift to (he U. S.
Fleet due here on July Kith.
Persons wishing to contribute
cash will please leave same at the
First National Bank of Wailuku,
or at the Baldwin Bank at Kahu
lui not later than July 18th, wjiore
receipts will be given.
Receiving places will bo estab
lished' at Waihee, Waiehu, Wailu
ku, Waikapu, Kihei, Kahului, and
Intending giversshould cooperate
with the Committeemen of their
neighborhood in reg'ird to getting
tho fruit to' receiving places and
of the proposed park and the execu
tion of the lease, -then the building
will be removed at once.
Tho County Engineer presented a
map of the town square with pro
posed improvements. Grading on
this square has been going on slowly
for some time and will bo rushed
after the removal of the old court
bouse. The report of the County
was read and approved and placed
Chairman Helming reported that
persons were in the habit of break
ing ordinaces passed by the County
Ixxird and that even some of tho
Deputy Sheriffs, District Magistrates
and police officers were not familiar
with the ordinances and suggested
that all of the ordinances be printed
in pamphlet form. A motion was
made to this effect and carried.
Six hundred and fifty dollars were"
appropriated to the fund known as
Militia County of Maui, This ap
propriation is for the purchase of a
Colt's automatic quick firing gun.
Chairman Ilcnning again asked
County Attorney D. II. Case to re
consider his determination to resign.
Mr. Case stated that he had formed
alliances that made it impossible
for him to break. He said that a
friend of his, W. F. Crockett, had
ipplied for the position and he could
not throw him down. He spoke of
the courteous treatment received
from the hoard. He gave a number
of reasons other than these.
Supervisors Pogue and I fanning
both spoke in the strongest terms of
their feeling in the matter and de
precated the step taken.
On Thursday evening another con
ference was held between County
Attorney Case amd the Supervisors
and after a long discussion of affairs
Mr. Case withdrew his resignation
for a month at tho earnest request
of the Board and it is to be hoped
that an amicable settlement of the
evil conditions to which he objects
may be reached. If this cannot be
done Mr. Case will retire from the
office at the next meeting of the
During my absence from the Territory,
Mr. A. Garcia will act for me under power
tf. J. GARCIA,
The Board of License Commissioners
for the County of Maui, will hold a meet
ing at the public room in the Masonic
Temple, Kahului, on Tuesday, the 14th
day of July, 1908, at 1:30 I Mjto consider
the application of Edward K. Devau
chelle, for a .Second Class License, Sa
loon, to sell intoxicating liquorsat I'ukoo,
Molokai, in the premises now used by
him for saloon putposesat said Pukoo,
under the provisions of Act 1 19, Session
Laws of 1907. 1
All protests or objections against the
issuance of u license under said applica
tion should he fifed with the Secretary of
the Board not later than the time set for
June iStli, 1 90S.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Sec'y, Board of License Commissioners.
June 20, 27, July 4, n.
Do not throw away your
old books. Send them to
the Maul Publishing Co.,
Printers and Book-binders.
ready for transportation. Each
giver should notify such Commit
teeman as to kind and quantity of
his or her donation not later than
All gifts must be shipped not
later than July 15th. Wailuku
Sugar Co.'s teams will haul the
fruit from receiving places to Wai
luku depot, and tho Kahului R. R.
Co. ami Inter-Island S. S. Co. will
forwai to destination free of
W. A. McKay Chairman Wailuku.
A. N. Kepotkai Committeeman "
C. B. Wells " "
Thos. Clark MVaiehu
C. M. W. Kanui " Waihee
PiaCockett " Waikapu
Alex. McLcod " Kihei
Frank Baldwin " Pumice
J. N S. Williams Kahului
CONTRACTOR and BOILDEIi
Plans and Kst.imat p-. Furnished.
Small Jobs and Repair Work by Day
or Conl ract.
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
Seed Potatoes For Sale.
Grown by IS. H. Bailey
on the Makawao Farm.
"Vermont Gold Coin." A new potato.
The hardiest, most vigorous in growth,
most productive, and the best in table
quality of all potatoes. 100 lbs for 5.00.
"Uncle Gideon's Quick Lunch Potato."
A new potato. The most valuable, first
early potato produced since the famous
Early Rose ten days to two weeks earlier
it is a surer and heavier cropper and of
better quality. Per lb. 10 cents.
E. II. BAILEY,
WAILUKU, : MAUJ, T. H.
NOTICE TO KIUEI STOCKHOLDERS.
Definite arrangements having been
made for the sale of the 'property of Ki
hei Plantation Co., Ltd.,' on July 1st,
190S, the agents of said Company,
Messrs,. Alexander & Baldwin, Limited,
beg to announce that on and after the 1st
day of May, 1908, they are willing to
purchase any and all shares of stock of
said Kihei Plantation Company, Limited,
at the rate of Jio per share, said sum be
ing the estimated amount per share which
it is expected will be rcalizedas net pro
ceeds from the sale of said property.
Treasurer!, Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd.
COKE & DAVIS
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. II.
We proiKHo to hold regular auc
tion sales in Wailuku and sell any
thing of value entrusted to us.
You probably have something of
value you do not need. Send it to us
and will we endeavor to sell to some
one who needs just what you do not
Announcements of date of sales
will be made from time to time.
Give us a call.
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and at Paia and Hauiakuapoko on
Wednesdays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, EGOS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
A. H. Landgraf
PRor-RiHTOR KA LUA EARM.
Telephone No. 359.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Giijiriinteeft Rest-Clubs Woclf of
Wagons call for work and mako
SPECIAL RATES FOR FAMILIES.
L. ULAISCIIARD, Alunaci.