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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25,11911
ORDINANCE No.
AN ORDINANCE SETTING FORTH
THE RULES AND REGULATIONS
OF AND FOR THE KULA PIPE
LINE WATER SYSTEM; THE
MAKING OF APPLICATIONS FOR
WATER PRIVILEGES, THE ISSU
ANCE OF PERMITS, THE ESTAB
LISHMENTOFRATESFOR WATER,
AND FIXING LIABILITY FOR PAY-
MENT THEREOF, PRESCRIBING
TIMES AND PLACES OF PAYMENT,
AND OTHERWISE DEFINING THE
PRIVILEGES, DUTIES AND RES
PONSIBILITIES OF THOSE USING
SAID WATER, AS WELL AS THOSE
HAVING CHARGE THEREOF, AND
PROVIDING FOR THE TERMINA
TION OF ALL PRIVILEGES IN
, CASES WHERE SUCH RULES AND
REGULATIONS ARE VIOLATED,
Be It Ordained by the Board of Super
visors within and for the County of
Maui:
Kules and Re&ulatlonsoi the Kuia
Pipe Line Water System and
Amendments.
i. Application for permanent supply
of water from any government system, or
source of supply, shall be on the printed
form supplied for that purpose and sign
ed by the applicant. Blanks for such
application shall be furnished by the
District Overseer at the request of the
applicant.
a. The applicant shall pay in advance
at the office of the County Treasurer, the
cost of tapping, connecting and laying
the service pipe and stop cock leading on
to the property upon which the privilege
is located. All meters shall be owned by
the County of Maui, and shall be under
the control of the District Overseeror his
authorized agent, and shall be repaired
by him at the County's expense.
3. AH water rates shall be paid quar
terly, on the first day of January, the
first day of April, the first day of July,
and the first day of October.of each year,
to the County Treasurer or his author
ized agent.
4. In all cases of non-payment of wa
ter rates within thirty days after same
are due, ten per cent in addition to the
regular rates may be charged to and be
come due by the person holding such pri
vilege and the District Overseer may
forthwith, without notice, shut off the
water from such privilege and charge the
expense of the same to the holder of the
privilege; the water so shut off from such
privilege shall not be turned on again
until the rates for such privilege aud all
expenses incurred in connection there
with shall have been paid in full.
5. The owner of the property shall be
held responsible for the settleuientof the
water rates in cases when such water
rates have not been paid by the tenant.
6. No person supplied with water from
the Government pipe shall bu permitted
to use the same for any purposes other
than those stated in their agreement, nor
to supply water in any way to other per
sons or property.
7. Consumers shall prevent all unne
cessary waste of water, and shall make
no concealment of the purposes for which
it is used. During seasons of drouth or
scarcity of water, all water from this sys
tem shall be used strictly for domestic
purposes and for watering stock, even
though the agreement may allow the use
of water for other purposes, unless, bow
ever, specially authorized in writing by
the Board of Supervisors or its specially
authorized agent.
8. No alterations shall be mad.e in any
water pipe or fixture without first giving
notice in writing of the intended altera
tion to the District .Overseer or his au
thorized agent, and having first received
his approval to make same.
9. Water-rates shall be charged for
all premises, whether occupied or not,
until such time as the water is iu writing
ordered uliut off.
10. All service pipes shall be kept clear
and in good repair by the Couuty at the
expense of the consumer. Under no con
ditions shall auy connections be allowed
in the service pipe between the main aud
the meter.
11. No person but the District Over
seer or his duly authorized agent shall
tap, turn on, ot turn off water from the
main pipe.
1 a. The District Overseer or any duly
authorized agent of his shall be allowed
at all reasonable hours on the property
of the consumer for the purpose- of in
specting same, shutting off or turning on
the water, or for making repairs to the
service pipe, stop cock or meter.
Water Rates.
l3. All water sold from this
shall be sold by meter' nieasureineut at
the following rates per thousand U. S.
gallons:
(a) When the quantity of water used
does not exceed on an average' for any
term of payment five thousand gallons
per day, twenty five cents per thousand
gallons.
(b) When exceeding five thousand gal
lons per day aud not exceeding ten thou
sand gallons per day, twenty cents per
thousand gallons for the second five thou
sand gallons.
(c) When exceeding ten thousand gal
lons per day and not exceeding fifteen
thousand gallons per day, fifteen cents
per thousand gallons for the third five
thousand gallons.
(d) When exceeding fifteen thousand
gallons per day, lift cents per thousand
gallons for all water used in excess of the
said fifteen thousand gallons.
(e) Free water will be supplied
from suitable water tanks, for domectic
purposes and watering stock, near the
Government main or belt road at Omao-
pio, Waiakoa, Keoken, Kauiaole, Ulupa
lakua, and at the Kanaio Village. Any
person washing, contaminating or other
wise injuring the water or the water sup
ply at these tanks will be prosecuted ac
cording to law; and the District Overseer
may immediately shut off such supply of
free water, and such supply shall not be
turned on again until such time as the
District Overseer be satisfied that such
washing, wasting or contaminating will
not be renewed. v
14. Violations of any of the foregoing
sections of these rules and regulations
may terminate the privilege, and the
same shall not be renewed until all the
water rates due, together with all costs
and expenses accruing thereby shall have
first been paid.
15. The District Overseer shall have
charge of this systen and shall be respon
sible on his official bond for all govern
ment property comprising and connected
with the same.
He is hereby authorized to grant and
sign permission for water privileges and
make all agreements in connection with
water rates excepting special permits for
the use of water during a shortage or
drouth for other than domestic purposes
or watering stock.
16. The District Overseer or his author
ized agent shall at the end of each quar
ter make out a bill, in triplicate, in the
following form, one copy to be given to
the consumer, one copy to be sent to the
County Treasurer, and the original to be
retained by him as an office record.
Kula, Maui, 191 1.
I No
Delivered to..
from the Kula Pipe Line Water System ..
U. S gallons or water during
days, an average
of U. S. gallons per day,
at the rate of
cents per thousand gallons,
Dollars and Cents
Present Meter Rending
Last Meter Reading
Net U.S.Gailons
District Overseer.
17. The consumer, when making pay
ments for water charges shall present to
the County Treasurer, or his authorized
agent the Wll for water received from the
District Overseer, which, when full pay
ment is made, shall be stamped "paid"
together with the date of payment, and
signed by the Treasurer, which shall con
stitute the consumer's receipt for the
payment in full of his water charges.
18. Thisordinance shalljlake effect from
and after the first day of January, 1912,
and its publication once a week for a
period of two consecutive weeks iu a
newspaper of general circulation publish
ed in the County of Maui, and the post
ing of a true copy thereof upon a bulletin
board iu front of or near the rooms occu
pied by the Board of Supervisors.
Approved this day of .....19..
by the Board of Supervisors within and
for the County of Maui.
By
Chairman.
Approved this day of 19...
Supt Public Works.
Attest.-
County Clerk.
Nov. 25, Dec. a.
Administrator's Sale of Valuable
Real Property.
Notice is hereby given that under and
in pursuance of an Order issued out of the
Circuit Court of the Second Circuit, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, in the matter of the
Estate of KEANINI (k), late of Waika
pu, Maui, deceased, the undersigned, as
Administrator of the Estate of Keauini
(k), deceased, is authorized to aud will
sell at public auction, through Edmuud
II. Hart, auctioneer and commissioner,
to the highest aud best bidder, for cash,
on Saturday, the 23rd day of December
A. D. 1911, at la o'clock noon of said
day, at the front entrance of the Court
House, iu Wailuku, Maui, so much of
the real property hereinafter described
as will be sufficient to pay the debts of
said estate. -
Premises Intkded to be Sold
1. R. P. 31 15, L. C. A. 3440 to Nahau,
situate at Olohe, Waikapu, Apaua
Pili, taro laud, area 46-100 Acre
Apana 2, kula land, area 80-100
Acre; "
2. R. P. 3372, L. C. A. 2959 to Hika
situate at Maalaea, Waikapu, house
lot with house, area 25-100 Acre,
Terms: Cash iu U. S. Gold Coin
Deeds at expeuse of purchaser, and sale
subject to confirmation of the Court.
For further particulars, apply to the
undersigned, at his office, in Couuty
Building, Wailuku, Maui.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Nov. 21,1911
CHARLES, WILCOX,
Administrator of the Estate of Keauiu
(k), deceased. ,
Nov. 25, Dec. 2, 9, ig
Woman'sWorld
Misi Scott Maksi Daring
Plight In Her Airship.
Photo by American Press Association.
11168 BLANCHE 6TDABT SOOTT.
Miss Blanche Stuart Scott, the
young woman who recently has ac
quired such distinction as a daring
and intrepid aviator, is the same
young woman who nearly two years
ago drove her automobile from New
York city to San Francisco. Miss
Scott's companion on this wild and
dangerous adventure was Miss Ger
trude Fhilllps. .Their arrival In the
Golden Gate city alive and unhurt is
a fine tribute to American woman
hood. Miss Scott flies one of Bnldwtn's red
devil metal biplanes. This aeroplane,
on account of its speed and dimlnu
O e size, Is considered much more per
ilous to operate than any other. Its
driver must be gifted with unusual
nlmblenessj of mind and body. Miss
Scott chafes very much under the fly
ing restraints placed upon her on ac
count of ber ses, but she succeeded in
showing ber ability to fly as high as
her men competitors In a recent air
contest
There is serious talk of organizing a
woman's aero club here in America,
the Idea being recently batched by
Baron von Dewltz, and the women in
terested In aviation are enthusiastic
about the movement It Is proposed
to model the club after the Aerial
League of Great Britain or the Stella
of Franca
An Elaborate Coat.
The long coot of the season has
many uses and milady's wardrobe, if
she is at all smart, must contain a
number of long wraps for different oc
casions. The coat pictured is an airy
affair for evening, carried out in a
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A deep band of satin In this new
shade of cerise trims the bottom of
the coat and the shawl collar is of
lace and satin combined.
Worth Knowing.
When you drop accidentally some of
the yolk In the white of eggs in sep
arating same the yolk can easily be re
moved by touching the bits of yellow
with a dry cloth, to which they will
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SOMETHING PLEASANT.
LAST winter I remember that ths even.
Inn clouds hung low
And before we'd finished dinner It
hud started In to snow.
Oh, the north wind moaned and rumbled
as It shook our window panes.
And a sheet of downy whiteness covered
fields and streets and lanes!
And at five o'clock next morning I was
roused from slumber sweet
To shovel off the snow drifts and to start
the furnace heat.
Last winter 1 remember that I rot baek
home one day
And found my Nellie sitting In her furs
and heard her say:
Hurry right down to the furnace. . I've
been nearly frosen here.
I have shaken It and stoked It Bee what
you can do. my dear.
Wily, this house Is something frightful!
Tou can even see your breath!
If you can't get steam up quickly I'm
afraid we II freeze to death."
Last winter, 1 remember, 1 was roused
from slumber deep
To close the bedroom windows, for a little
drifted heap
Of snow had blown upon us. When my
bare feet touched the floor
And I felt the Icy hardwood 1 let out an
awful roar,
remember how she scolded for the an
gry words I said
When I bumped against a rocker as 1
scrambled back to bed.
Last winter I remember that we woke
one day to And
That our water pipes were frozen. Oh. I
could recall to mind
Any number of such troubles If I had the
time or space
That the frigid weather brought us, trou
bles summer came to chase.
But today as I sit writing with the sweat
beads on my brow
I like to recollect them! They'd seem
mighty pleasant now.
Edgar A. Quest In Detroit Free Press.
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up In an auto accident and the
o world of sport never said a word.
o aforesaid W. of S. would have
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o Denver Republican.
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Economy.
It was at n repetition, and the ladv
who hod been reodlmr ud on health
culture mistook Lawyer Williams for
his brother, the doctor.
"Is It better." she asked confidential
ly, "to lie on the right side or the left."
"Madam." replied the lawyer. "If one
Is on the right side it isn't often net-es
snry to lie at all." Success.
The One 8eare.
"Are you never frightened when yon
make a flight?"
"I had one good scare." replied the
businesslike aviator. "Some one told
me the money they were putting up
for the exhibition was counterfeit"
Washington Star.
Almost Impossible.
"I see they're goln' after mosquitoes
In New Jersey with dynamite."
"Bless me. Is that so! Well, say Jt
must take a lot of patience to get the
slteeter to sit quiet till the fuse is light
ed. Clevelund Plain Dealer.
Plenty of Time,
"Why shouldn't I marry him?'
"He's poor. You may get a better
chance some day.
. "Well, I can cross that bridge when
I come to It can't IT" Chicago Jour
naL
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Rest at Last
Natural Inference.
"Johnny, what is the meaning sought
to be conveyed In the assertion, 'Free
dom shrieked when Kosciusko fell 7"
"Freedom was prob'ly what be fell
on, ma'am." Houston Post
Sunflower Philosophy.
When a girl quits going to school
It's up to ber to do one of four things
teach school, get married, learn mil
linery or stenog. Atchison Globe.
In the Limelight
"All the world's a stage."
"Yes; and we all want to do a mono
logue." Pittsburg Post
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Price 75 cents. '
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Amounting to Five Dollars '
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will bo delivered to any port . : t
on Maui free. '
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
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