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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1913.
ximately one hundred feet of such vehi
cle ir pedeslriali, turn off all electric
head lights, and keep the same turned
off until he shall have passed such vehi
cle or pedestrian.
k In the operation of a motor car,
the operator thereof shall not permit the
pipes, "mufflers" or other like devices, to
emit the sounds of exhaust in a loud and
annoying manner; and no operator of a
motor car shall make use of any instru
ment in connection with his car which
shall produce a sound of unusually loud,
annoying, or distressing character. The
intention of this nub-division k is to
compel the operation of motor cars in as
noiseless a manner as possible.
1 In the operation of a motor car
the driver or operator thereof shall not
either if furiously or heedlessly of the
safety of others drive or propel such car
in such a manner as to cniminently en
danger the personal safety of another or
others', or 2 furiously or heedlesfly of
the safety of others drive or propel such
car even though at the time the per
sonal safety of another or others be not
m No person under the influence of
intoxicating liquor shall operate any
motor car upon the highways of this
Section 17. Whknkvkr a Motor Car
Sham. Stkikk Any I'khson, or collide
will) any vehicle containing a person, the
operator of such motor car as well as any
and all other persons riding therein who
have or assume to have authority over the
operator thereof, shall immediately cause
such motor car come to a stop, and shall
forthwith render to the person or per
sons so struck or to the occupants of the
vehicle so callided with, all needed
assistance; carrying such person or per
sons or occupants, if necessary, to a phy
sician or surgeon for medical or surgical
treatment; and the operator of such
motor car as well as such other person or
persoTis riding therein and having or
assuming to have authority over the ope
rator, shall, if requested so to do, give to
the person or persons or occupants who
have been struck, or whose vehicle has
been collided with, the number of such
motor car, the name and place of resi
dence of the driver, anil the name and
place of residence of the owner thereof.
Section 18. Whknkvkr Any Ownkr
of a Motor Car Sham. Tart with the
title thereof, and the car shall become
the property of another or others, such
new owners shall at once give notice in
writing to the Sheriff of the transfer of
such ownership, giving the name, age,
and place of residence of the person to
whom transferred; and an entry of such
transfer of ownership, showing the name
or names of such new owner, his age nnd
plaee of residence, shall be made by the
Sheriff in the book 1 ' '
Si .-..fn iy. w hknkvkr RKy,rKSTKiso'
TO DO 11Y THE KxAMlNKR OK CHAl'K-
FKl'RS, ami Automobile Inspector, the
operator or any motor car used in the
public service for hire shall permit such
Inspector to examine his motor car with
a view to ascertaining whether the same
is in proper condition for public use. In
case the Inspector finds such motor cars
unfit for public service, he shall at once
notify the owner thereof in writing of
such fact, setting forth in such notice
his reasons for such finding. No such
condemned motor car so long as thesame
remains in a condition unfit for public
CANNED FOODS WEEK
MARCH 31 jo APRIL 5.
Reduced prices on all Canned Foods, during week beginning
Monday, March 31st, and ending Saturday evening, April 5 th.
There is economy in Canned Foods, and a further saving by
buying in lots of a dozen.
See special prices for Canned
Foods at any of our Stores,
service shall be thereafter used in the
public service fur hire.
Section 20. No Opkratok ok Any
Motor Car Sham, so I,oai his car with
passengers as to endanger life ami pro
perty; and any motor car in the public
service on which there are twice as many
passengers as such car is licensed to car
ry shall, for the purpose of this section,
be deemed to be overloaded.
Section 21. Tun Gknkrai, Si-kkd
RkoilaTions SkT t'orth in this Ordi
nance shall not be applied to motor cars
and vehicles in the service of the Police
Department, or the I'ire Department
nor motor cars and vehicles, and ambu
lances, in the service of physicians and
surgeons if a red cross be plainly visible
thereon indicating that such motor car,
vehicle or ambulance is being used in the
line of their duty. 1
Section 22. Nothing IIkrkin Con
tainki) Sham, hk CoNSTRriin to
AnRinr.E THK right of any person to pro
secute a civil action for damages against
"'v party considered liable W reason of
injuries sustained to person or property
and resulting from the negligence of any
Section 23. Tin? Charok for Rkc.is
tration of a Motor Car, ami issuing
a certificate of registration thereof, shall
be 51.00 which shall be collected by the
County Sheriff and paid over tothe Coun
ty Treasurer as a County realization.
Section 24. ThK CharCK for Kxam
isinc as Applicant for a chauffeur's
certificate, and issuing a certificate to
such applicant, shall be $3.00, which
shall be collected by the Kxaniiner of
Chauffeurs, and paid over to the County
Treasurer as a County realization. Upon
demand made at the time of the issuance
of such certificates, the applicant shall be
presented with a printed copy of this
Section 25. Thk Violation of, or
failure to conform to, any of the provi
sions in this ordinance contained, shall
constitute a misdemeanor; ami shall be
punishable by the imposition of a fine,
of not less than S-5.00, nor more than
Section 26, Ordinance Number .passed
by this Hoard on the day of
19 ns amended, as well as all other
ordinances and resolutions in conllict
with the provisions of this ordinance, are
The Judge of the Court having juris
diction on any charge brought under this
ordinance may, in addition to the penal
ty hereinabove set forth, cancel the cer
tificate of any chauffeur found guilty un
der this act. This Ordinance will take
Hoard of Supervisors within and for
the County of Maui.
Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors with
in and for the County of Maui.
I hereby certify that the foregoing or
dinance, upon consideration had and vote
taken, was passed by the Hoard of Super
visors of the County of Maui, on the
at their regular monthly session held at
Wailuku, T. II.
Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors with
in and for the County of Maui.
March 29, April 5, 12,
On Wednesday last the Semi
Annual meeting of the Maui Evan
gelical Association began at the
Kaahumanu Church, Wailuku.
The Moderator, J. W. Kalua, pre
sided. The clerk was John Kalino,
deacon of the Kahului Church.
The greatest interest was taken in
the gathering which was more large
ly attended than any one of former
years. Sixty delegates were present
and every district on Maui was re
presented. The Sunday ScTiool Association
and the Christian Endeavor Society
of Maui, also met in connection
with the gathering. These two
botlies took up the afternoons with
The Jiours of business for the
different organizations were, on
Wednesday, as follows: 2 to 3,
Association; 3 to 4, Sunday School;
4 to o, Christian Endeavor. In
the evening the Christian Endeavors
held sway from 0:150 to 7:30,
while the Association took up the
resl of the evening.
On Thursday morning there was
a Sunrise Service which lasted from
5: 45 till 7 o'clock. Then the As
sociation met from S:30 till noon.
The reading of reports took up most
of the time. The Pastors and Dele
gates from the different districts
told of their work.
On Thursday afternoon from 1:30
to 2 o'clock, the Kev. II. P. Judd
addressed the Society. His theme
was "Essentials of Successful Teach
ing." The address was listened to
with great interest, and proved to
be one of the most able ever deliv
ered on Maui.
From 2 till 3:30, the Sunday
School was in session and reports
were read. From 3:30 till 5 o'clock
the Christian Endeavor reports wens
At 7:30 in the evening there was
a fine concert rendered in the Town
Hall and a large audience gathered
to hear the music. The program
was a good one, and a number of
well known singers from Waihee
were in evidence.
Yesterday there was a Sunrise
Service from 5 45 to 7 o'clock. At
S:30 there were other services and
a meeting of the Association till
noon. Then at 1 : 30 the Christian
Endeavor Society took charge till
3:30. The Sunday School session
came along in the afternoon and
evening. Today the session will
close at noon, but tomorrow there
will be a Sunday School Rally from
10 to 12:30 o'clock.
Among those present during the
session were: Itev. J. P. Erdeman,
Kev. A. Akana, Itev. Frank Scud
der, Itev. IKirnham, Itev. Kowdish,
Itev. Dodge and the Itev. II. P.
Another interesting tennis tour
nament that is to start us mood as
the Kahului Married vs Single one
is finished, is tin; one in which
seven or eight teams from Puunene
and Kahului will fight it out for a
I'ennant, which will be well worth
winning aside from the honor of
landing the title.
The tournament will soon pet
underway, and there will be some
weeks of good tennis in which the
best players of the county will be
seen in action..
There is still one other series of
matches mooted, and that is a go
between the Kahului Store employ
ees and the men who work for the
Kahului ltailroad Company. This
tournament should also provide
some good fun and sport.
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There is no doubt that tennis has
obtained a great hold on Maui
people, and the number of tourna
ments going on and the number
of new ones that are mooted, prove
that the sport is very popular on
At Kahului a tournament in
which the Katchelors are playing
against the Married men, is growing
strong. It started up on Wednesday
last. and on that afternoon a fine go
between A. C. Rattray and H. 15.
Wcller, and J. J. Walsh and K. R.
Kevins, resulted in the first set
going to Rattray and his partner
by a score of 13-11 which is
certainly going some.
There are eight team? in the
tournament and the conditions are
that each team play two sets
against each of the others. The
team winning the largest number
of games during the tournament
w ill be declared the w inners The
teams are as follow Married W.
Walsh and J. Perry; J. J. Walsh
and . R. Kevins; K.J. Walsh and
Dr. Young. Single J. Doig and
A. D. Cordon; W. Kngle and N.
II. Duval; Dr. Aiken and R.
J. X. S. Williams brought forth
some interesting facts regarding the
original survey of the waterheads
and sites for reservoirs on the Kula
Pipe line system, at the meeting of
the Maui Chamber of Commerce
"The original reports of J. C.
Foss and Hugh Howell state dis
tinctly," said Mr. Williams, "that
the only adequate water supply
would have to be brought miles.
The average flow at Waiakamoi is
oidy 50,000 gallons a day. Storm
water, of course increases the flow."
Mr. Williams went on to say that
he thought that roads were more
needed at Kula than a reservoir.
Without roads, ho declared that it
would be no use to raise produce,
as the farmers could not get their
stuff to market.
'"The farmers exercise no thrift
now as regards water. They think
the pipe line is like a city system.
It was never intended for anything
like that. Put the present line into
lecent condition and distribute the
water properly, " concluded Mr.
W. (!. Scott has resigned his
position as liquor inspector for
Maui, and is now the proprietor of
the Kahului Saigon. Mr- Scott has
been in the line of business before,
and is considered to be an experi
enced man at the trade.
The position vacated by Scott has
been given to Frank Sommerfield.
and he has already started in on
his new work. Mr. Sommerfield is
known to be a good man in any line
of business and he will, doubtless,
make good in the position given
liiui by the board of liquor commis
sioners. I Messrs Hubbard ami Sims, the
San Francisco boosters, went on to
Hilo for a trip. They will, how
ever, return to Maui next week
and have another look around this
W. S. Mounteastle said at the
baseball meeting' on Thursday
evening that he would like to see
some games at Kahului. He was
assurred that the players do not
like salt water too much.