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THE MAUI NEWS
Xocals anfc personals
J. J. Walsh, manager of the Kahului
store, went to Honolulu last Wednesday
Supervise Haia, liana's grand old
man, came over to attend the Super
visions meeting, and incidentally reports
the work on tli Kipahulu section of the
liana belt roaf Hearing completion. Mr.
Hutchins of the firm of A. A. Wilson is
superintending the work.
W. G. Scott, the Paia liquor danler,
was in Wailuku last Thursday oh bus
iness. He has just returned from the
rubber district on the other side of the
island Hud reports the plantations there
in fine condition. He says the growth of
trees have made great progress during
the past four months.
S. M. Kanakanui of the Government
survey office has been to Ulupalakua to
lay out homesteads for the people at
Kanaio. The settlers want' what they
call homestead ranches, each lot to have
an area of 200 acres, but Kanakanui says
the government will give the settlers 60
acre lots for farmers or ranches, and let
it go at that. '
II.' M. Coke of Wailuku wants your in
surance and auction business.
Kditor II. M. Coke has been ill in bed
during the past week.
Mr. J. P. Cooke returned to Honolulu
by the Claudine, Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Kodriguese, formally of Honolulu
has opened dressmaking parlors in the
Tain Yau Block, Makawao. Tatronage
Hon. Joel Nakaleka came over from
Molokai Wednesday morning. The Hone
lulu papers had Mr. Nakaleka slated for
Maui's campaign manager, at one time.
H. M. Coke sold, a lot of horses at
auction last Saturday at Kihei. There
was a large crowd of bidders presqnt and
very active bidding done in each in
stance. The result of the auction proves
that there is great demand for horses on
The Wailuku Auto Company wants
your business We have good cars and
' ANTON R DO RRGO,
S. L. Desha Goes
Supervisor Desha of Hilo, one of
the political j'big chiefs" of the big
Island was h passenger by the
CJandine Inst Wednesday on, his
way to Honolulu. He had the
satisfied look of a man who had
done a fine pice of work. Asked
about the Buckland row he depre
cated the wireless repot ts and
newspaper accounts of the affair.
The appointment of Mr. Andrews
Secretary for the Republican party
was. quite tatisfactory to Mr.
Desha, and he could see no reason
why the friends of the candidate
who lost should" be kicking when
the other man or in common par
lance the better man got the plum,
if plum it be called. The "big
chief and editor of Ka Hoku
carried no outward evidences of a
worthy foeman's "scalp'' dangling
from hia belt, tut from all accounts
the trophy belonged "thar" alright.
The opening oi l)
the galvanized iixii
pipe line has agai.
12 ni. of Monday,
Department of P
ids for the laying of
pipe for the Kula
been postponed until
February 28, 1910.
lent of Public Works.
blic Works, Feb. 5,
given, that at the
The Koolau Rubber
held in Wailuku on
e following Officers
lected to serve for
ltresident and Director
ie Pres. aud Director
Notice is bereb
annual meeting o
January 31, 1910, t
aud Directors were
the ensuing year:
James L- Coke,
H. Streubeck, V
R. A. Wadsworth, treasurer and Director
W. A. McKay,
W. L. Decoto,
E. E. Battelle,
Secretary aud Director
kVuuitor and Director
Notice of Adjourned Meeting.
The annual meetijil; of the Maui Pub'
lfchiug Company, limited, held Wed-
tuesday eveniug, February 9, 1910, at the
office of D. H. Casei Wailuku, not com
pleting the busiucsl Ibefore it, was ad
journed to Wednellay, February 16,
1910, at the same pi 4 1; and hour.
D. II. CASE,
HONOLULU, February 7. A
conference on the Wailuku water
controversy was held in the Gov-
ernor's oflice this morning, with
a view to reaching a basis of settle
ment out of court. Consideration
of the future extension of the water
system for supplying the towns of
Wailuku and Kahului was also an
element of discussion.
Those taking part were Superin
tendent of Public Works Campbell,
Chairman Pogue of the .Roard of
Supervisors of Maui County, Attor
ney General Lindsay, Superinten
dent Pal of the Wailuku water
works, Manager Pcnhallow of Wai
luku Sugar Co., A. X.' Kepoikai of
Wailuku, Attorney Kinney for W.
S. Co. and Attorney Coke for the
Wailuku water rate payers. t
As court reports 4it various times
have shown, the matter is com
plicated with many old water rights.
The Evening Bulletin states there
is a compromise propositson under
consideration and . intimates that
the main parties to the issue look
on it favorably. On the other hand
those in the interests of the Wailu
ku Sugar Company scout the idea of
a compromise on the grounds pro
posed by the government. They
laugh at the claim advanced by At
torney General Lindsay of the gov
ernment living entitled to over One
million gallons daily or twice the
quantity going into the mains of
the Wailuku-Kahului water works.
Oflicials of the County and Terri
tory however claim to have the
upper hand in the water right dis
pute, but would not divulge their,
grounds. The government among
other things is claiming water rights
to alxiut eight acres of land in the
streets of Wailuku, as the road de
partment uses the road sprinkler in
keeping down the dust, it may Ik1 a
reasonable claim after all.
Cash balance from 1008,
Current Account '. f
Road Tax Account ,
Pound Fees, Makawao district
Rebate premium bond J. C. Foss Jr
Care In waii County prisqner
Unclaimed Treasury Warrants
Refund Court cosis, Rebello case
Registration Motor cars .'
Malulani Hospital fees
Wailuku Town Hall fees
Road Department Wailuku
Fees Hunting Permits
Wailuku-Kahului Water Works.
Lahaina Water Works
Fines & Costs Wailuku , $ 1,781 00
Road Tax Wailuku
IX THE CIRCIUT
COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUfl , TERRITORY OF
Notice op Draw
op Grand and
Notice is herebv in ven lat the draw
Sag of Grand and Trial , Jurors to serve
and act as such during
Term of the Circuit C
, Judicial Circuit, Territ
take place in the Cou
Court, at Wailuku, Is1.
Maui, Territory of Hav
' the 15th day of Febr.,
to o'clock in the forou
S. B,' l:
Judge of the Circuit (.
Circuit, T. II.
Dated at Wailuku
the March, 1 910
it of the Second
ry of Hawaii, will
Room of the said
d aud County of
aii, on Tuesday
v A. D. 1910. at
n of said day.
urtof the Second
mi, February 1,
Maui Publishing Co.
Elects New Officers.
The regular annual meeting of
the Maui Publishing Co. Ltd.,
took place at the oflice of Mr. D,
H. Case last Wednesday evening.
After electing officers for the en
euiug year and transacting other
business it was found necessary to
have an adjourned meeting which
will be held at the same place next
Wednesday evening, the loth
inst., at 7. SO p. 111.
The new officers elected are as
follows: -H. P. Baldwin, Presi-
dent; U. A. Wadsworth, Vice-Presi
dent; C. D. Lufkin, Treasurer; 1)
II. Case, Secretary; C. E. Cope
land. A. N. llayselden, D. C.
Fine Job Prli
D. W. BURCHARD
ATTO R Nb Y-AT-LAW
Office: Schrader lildg. Main Street
Will practice in all Federal and '
ANNUAL REPORT of the County Auditor Showing the
Receipts nd the Expenditures of the County of
Maul for the Fiscal Year 1009, Including Receipts
to January 81st, 1010.
' . Makawao 6,493 55
" Hana 1,88500
" Molokai 47900 ,
Ter. of Hawaii, 50 license 3,710 44
" 50 Taxes, 1909 180,082 30
Salaries Supervisors - v..'... $
Bonds County Officers '.
Furniture Office Supplies
Telephone aud Wireless
Town Clock Wailuku
Office Rent !
Expenses Fire Department
Support Maintenance Indigents
Claims County Government, 1904 -
Salary County Physicians
County Veterinary Surgeon
Food & Sanitary Inspectors
Expenses Malulani Hospital
Office of the County Clerk.
Salary of County Clerk
Salary Assistant Clerk
Incidentals County Clerk
Expenses of Janitor... ....
Salary County Treasurer
Salary Clerk & Deputy Treasurer
Incidentals County Treasurer..
Salary Connty Auditor ,
Salary Auditor's Clerk
Salary County Attorney
Salary of Deputy & Assistants
Incidentals County Attorney
Expenses Witnesses Circuit Courts
Salary District Magistrates
Expenses District Courts '.
Salary County Sheriff
Salary Deputy Sheriffs .'
Salary Sheriff's Clerk. ,.v v
Pay of Police Wailuku ,
' " Lahaina : .'.
' " Makawao
"- Hana .'.
Examiner Chauffeurs ...
Witnesses & Medical Attendance
Jailors & Prison Guards
Support Maintenance Prisoners
Department Public Improvements.
Salary County Engineer
Assistant County Engineer
Clerk County Engineer
Incidentals County Engineer
Clerk Dep. Pub. Improveumtits
Salary District Overseers
Wailuku Town Hall -
Survey Kula Pipe Line
Molokai Telephone Line ,
Maintenance Public Building
Kaupo Pipe Line
Maintenance Schools Wailuku t 2,336 '3
" " Lahaina 957 55
" " Makawao 2,981 55
" " Hana 1,251 87
" " Molokai 2,16265
Roads & Waterworks Wailuku 26,846 89
New Stables Wailuku 1, 81 06
Oiling Streets Wailuku 952 23
Puunene Aveuue 9.B 00
Roads & Waterworks Lahaina 1 1.559 93
Oiling Streets Lahaina 6a8 84
Koacls & bridges Makawao 19,032 41
New Roads Makawao 258 90
Roads & Bridges Hana
Roads & Bridges Molokai
Belt Road Wailuku - 4.7&S 29
" Lahaina 3.424 43
' Makawao 3.7'3 5
" " Haua - 13.268 17
" Molokai 1,733 37
Road Tax Account.
Outstanding Warrants $
Warrants drawn, 1909
T ,086 07
BULLETIN NO. I
HONOLULU REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Six room bungalow in Makiki, fieri rie lights as,
sewer, small lot, new. Price $2750.
Six room house, " minutes walk fr.mi Punahoti,
Aii.ipmii street, modern, -ham, servant's quarters.
Six room, 1 -i story, modern bungalow, near
Pawaa Janetion, 1(1 minutes walk from Puliation,
modern, ham, servants quarters. Price $3200.
Six room house, Makiki street. Price $ 1500.
College Hill Lots from $G10 up to $1300.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
ATLAS STEAM ENGINES
tstanda'rd GAS. ENGINES
Murmur imrnmrmrmmw mmmmmm imtrmmmitr wt
I Just Enough I
36,904 51 142,794 22
1 ,000 83
Wailuku, Maui, Jauuary 31, 1910.
Auditor, County of Maui.
Are you all ready for the good times you are going to
have this Summer? If it's Tennis, keep in mind the fine
assortment of Rackets we have from 82.50 to 810.00 each"
and the Slazenger and & I). Trills as well as Net's,
If it's Baseball, just rememher that we have the com
plete SPALDING line and also have; as complete a line of
lower priced haschall goods. Our sporting goods and ath
letic supply stock is now most complete and you can get
nearly everything you need on short notice.
1x1 us send you catalogues and prices.
'' Many people. need nourishment and Stout is recom
mended ny very prominent physicians. For this parti
cular trade we have imported it in half-pints, just
enough and no more. No waste. We have also just
received consignment of Lexington Club
Whiskey in hulk and in Uittles. There is none
I Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
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