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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, June 09, 1900, Image 4',
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Tho f lloivhiL' is tho Circuit Court
Calendar, with the disposition of
cases so far an disposed of:
Republic of Hawaii
Mapa! i!ir Knloinl.
Kcrtiblle of Hawaii
Phillip Knlnni & Knina Kalanj
Larcoity; Ac(pii.tf d
Republic of Hawaii
Republican of Hawaii ' -
4 - ,
. Assault & Battery.
; Nolle Pros.
Republic of Hawaii,
4 y-flnru & $50.00
Republic of Hawaii,
Ah Lin " .
' ' Dismissed.
Republic of Hawaii
Opium in possession. Defen
dant failing to appear, appeal dis
tanced and bail in the suin of $100,00
Rbpublic of Hawaii
Ah Fat et al
To bo tried.
Republic' of Hau'aii ,,
h vs ,
; Ajtffatttlt AfjBaflry.
s ' i year.
Republic of Hawaii
Yau Chan -
AoijauH with dangerous wo&iion
.. -PlonuQiMty ;
Hare) labor 2 yeare.
Ecptiblic jf Hfewatf
"a e Abeki ras et al '
, 'Grose Gbcnt, -t
Blaneho LereiS- j '
Joelu K. Knbinu " '
Samuel- Bftr&jr L '
Phoebe 5Ikce " , -'
J. K. Kahookaf.o, Tnto
' i SrfcotwWt. " To bo iriod.
; i x
Mary 'A. Aichefly ot al
' '' Vfi
Knplolani Kslute, RjotmeHt. Call'
tiuued. ' , t
. AYaUukuSui,'a.r-Ca .
V R. Kaleookui
Olowalv. Suffftr C.o.
Idrs. H, Kaluilmwai
Quieting Title. Colttin'ued
Knmalwi Leiinalmnn et al
Quietiny Title. ' To lie tridd.
P. N. Koholttioluiiu
pafliagcs. To be tried.
T. R. Moss
H. R. McFarlane f 'ul
"Quieting Title." ' fHyiplien out.
Kipjihulu Sugar Co,
' ' 'Quietii g Titly. Stricken but.
Waiiuku Sugar Co
Quieting Title. Stricken out.
S. AV. Wilcolc'
Quio'ihg Title, Stricken out.
Piofiebr Mill Co.
Quieting Title. Stricken out.
.T. T. Davidson
Ejectment. To bo tiied.
George ?. Shaw, Guardian
Pioneer Mill Co.
Ejcetineut. To bo tried.
Kawmiiknaka " r
, UjcctiiVoh. To bo trie,d.
1 H,C. & S. Co.' ' - .
Kiuiihui- " ' . i
Keawo kapahi 1
' ' , vs. ' '. .
Pionoer Miii Co. , '
..Bibtaient. Stricken tSUjk
Lycy Peabcdy '
V3 ' -
S. V: Wilcox ot.al " " ?
Quieting title. Striken qU
Lucyl. Peabody v,
QuiutinJg-tille.- -Striken out.
Lucy K. Pech'ady
vr . ,.
Quoting title, Strickoixput.
QuipliW. tltlo. Strloken outi
Lucy Iv. Poabody
IJ, R,, HftefarlAW
Quieting, titlo. Strickon
Pioiieii- MjU Co, , -
lSjisaincnt tricke outi
A. Hpuking v .
Ejectment, To bo tried.
J)amages. Appeal withdrawn,
, Pioneer Mill Co.
itftlraiim ColTee & Fruit Co.
Ejocti'noiit. Stviokicn out.
Manuol N. Calacca
M. Ijodriques Mendes
7 Ejectment. To bo tried.
,C. K. C. Rooko
y Ejectment. Tdbc'iHed.
J. O. Carter et al
Manuel N. Calacca
A. M. Caldeira
Ejectment. To be tried.
Some DUb of Wlmloni ComyreHHcil I
tn Flushes o V.'lt.
Man Is known by tho company ho
kepps out of.
Only Inferior people make tho mis
take of assuming superior airs.
When two women arc said to resem
ble cacb other, both arc secretly vexeil.
Even when man makes his own op
portunities they aiti not made to suit
We never hear the same story twice
alike, even when we toll It ourselves.
Grandparents back up n self willed
grandchild because they feel partly to
One of the valuable privileges wo
often overlook is tho privilege of not
After a woman lias lived to be 0 she
f.tlll believes that she never has had
her own way.
Work Is our only safeguard against
people who would like to have us do
tomethlng for. them. ,
One of tho queer things In life Is that
the frocks In old photographs wero
oaco considered pi city.
A man forgives his sweetheart for
trumping his ace, but he always re
minds her of It after they are married.
When a man brings his wife an unex
pected present, It jnnkes her fear ho
lias bought himself something ex
travagant. Chicago Record.
Tlic 1'rnlmEilc RetiMon,
I woudor why a marriage engage
ment Is called a match V"
"IJecause It's often a light headed nf.
fair, I suppose." Judy.
'X'lioy Xot-ilqd IIli.
'""So you want a Job?" Inquired the
malinger of the great mercantile' estab
lishment. "Ever lad any experience
In tins business?"
"NVell, no, not exactly," the young
man replied. "You see, I have just got
"Oh! Did you piny football?" t
,, "Yes; I was center rush lu our var
tslty team last year."
"Good! And did you take any other
part In athletics?"
"I hold a medal as a shot putter."
. "I suppose you wore In all the cam,
rushes and hat smashing too?"
"Yos, sir. I was tto best hat smasher
In my class."
"All right. John, give this young
man work out lu tho wareroom. He'll
be good at handling heavy boxes and
barrels nnd such things a college grad
uate, yon know." Chicago Thuei-IIer-ald.
"What have you been playing during
your present tour?"
"Wo played 'Hamlet nud 'King Lear
on the stage," answered Mr. Stormlug
"Wero there no comedies In your rep
ertory?" "Ouly one. When we came to count
tin tho box ofllec recclnts. It was usual
ly 'Much Ado Aboui Nothing."
1 tWo3hihgtoa fttar.
' SPELLING REfORMi
A fMimnan ft on the qy,
I'nrlakinc of nllcrnoon tun',
Wlicn My citiie ty
Wlio Hliilicil ultl) one y
AnJ whispered, "No mgar for muay.'
A man n-aa committed to gaol,
for itcnllng s Unpenaj naol,
Tho Judffe was so mo
AnJ gtc him one ere,
Without any option of baol.
A prnnd ok! bootmaker of Ilanarden
L'bciI to ppend the whole day In Mi gan-arden.
When his trlenda nslit htm hy,
He lookt up at the tky,
Uut only replied, "lies your pawarden."
It Is nald that Nathaniel Kflennes
Lived wholly on bread and broad bblcr.nes.
When Intltcd to cat
Hut a mortcl of meat,
lie answeicd, "Jut think what It mmlcnnes!"
A thoughtful young luiteher named Mowll
Had a tender cud sensitive eowll.
Whcrl he tlaushtercd a aheep,
lie always would weep
And pay for a funeral tow 11.
A Mllor who f ported a queue
Was clll to all that he Unucua. . .,
If he came under tire,
He used to retire
And fxy, with a bow, "After yueuo.'
The dowager Duke of Bucclough
Was famous for Irish stcugh.
When aMted, "Do you use
Any onion In stusc?"
He cautiously answered, "A tough,"
A groom of tlic rojal demesne
Was tho finest old man ever scene,
Uut he kept out ot sight
In a ditch day and night , , ,
For fear ot annoying the qucsne. . j,,
The amiable Commodore Halgh
Set sail down the channel one daigb.
When askcu, "Do you know
Which direction to gof"
He answered, "I'm feeling my walgb,"
One autumn the Marquis of Sloynej
Shot a partridge with Infinite pejnes.
Then he cried: "I'm afraid
Of the havoc I've maldl
fiee only one feather rcnieynest" (
lie Awful lot of snobs up tho river
this season; much better est List year,
Shi; Yes. You weren't up last year,
were you? Kuu.
The Sentiment of (lie- Sons.
"These songs of tho sea are verj
impressive," she exclaimed when the
full chested baritone had ceased war
bling. "Yes," answered the young man whe
lacks poetry, "but they're misleading.
You get an Idea that sifter a man has
been in tliu navy awhile he goes around
singing about hi3 home ou the rolling
deep' when everybody knows thttt If lie
Is lucky Ids home will be right here In
Washington." Washington Star.
She Tell me. Krnuz. would you rath
er pay tho butcher's bill or pay for mj
He Tho butcher's bill.
She Well, here It is.
lie What! Forty marks? xLet me
have the Items.
Shu For moat '2 marks, for my new
hat the 1)8 marks that the butcher lent
me, making just 40 marka! FllcgOude
Mrs. YoungwIfe--I want to get some
Denier Yes, ma'am. How many
Mrs. Youngwlfo Oh. gor-dness! 1
thought you took the heads 012. I Just
want plain chicken sahul.Catlwlic
Standard and Times. -
Held Ul on tho Train. '
I'nssenger Give mo three of those
bananas. How much?
Train Boy Fifteen cents.
Passenger (handing over tho mouoy)
You are not as spectacular as tbo
James boys used to be. 'young fellow,
but you do It more thoroughly; Chi
Fogg The boys at the club are rath
er severe on Morton. They say he has
more money than brains.
Bass I should call that a compli
ment "from their point of view. They
could possibly have no use for a man
with brains. Bostou Transcript.
Overheard In tlic Pnrlc.
First. Nurse Girl So you've got a
Second Nurse Girl Yes.
"Do you like It?"
"Like It? Why. it is right In front of
a police station." Tammany Time3.
A Till I'or Dewey.
Ullklns What Is tho matter with
that dog of yours'' Ho looks poor.
Gilklns Indigestion. I call him
Dewey, and the neighbors have been
overfeeding him. Ohio State Journal.
Alvrnyu the WroliK Thing:.
"There's a trust uow to control tho
output of peanuts."
"Well, what wo need Itrn trust to
control tho output of peanut shells.''
I'oetry Rdlinn nnd I'cictn Rxcuptbd.
A man must be patient with every,
bore who comes In, for the reason that
the man mar Some dnv have 2 in
ft Us '
tpeod.wliii MmtcWoii i3lobjir
WHAT TROUBLED HIM.
ITie Ilrlilcffroom Wan Imllnnntit nni
T!iutt(rlit tie Had Good Cruise. '
The editor of the 151oomvlllu Eaglo
picked up his shears nnd called:
'Are yoh Colonel Itockslcy?" nsKet
Uio tall, robust looking young man wna
had accepteil tho Invitation.
'I mn," tho editor replied. ".navN
can I do for you?"
"I iinvo come hero to demand satis
faction," said the caller, producing a
trutupled copy of the liloomvlllo Kagld
and pointing at an article on tue.nrst
page. "My nntnc Is Sowders Ed; Bow-
tiers. 1 was married last nignt 10. iuc
daughter of Major Pdlndextor."
"Yes," said the editor; "I believe wo
H'lutcd something nbout the wedding1.''
"You did," Mr. Sowders assented.
"That's why I am here now. Just read,
that paragraph, pleaso, and read It out
Colonel Itockslcy took tho paper,
looked at the paragraph to 'Which his
attention hod been called and read:
"Tho wedding took place at the homo
of the bride, where the happy coupt6
will reside until the groout can iifiii a
"Well," the editor expjnjucd, "I'm
sorry that got Into thj paper' 6t course
I wouldn't have pennitted't' to'go IS
I had 'seen It. but unfortunately I
haven't time to rend overy'thhig we
print before It Is put In type. 1 can ap
preciate your feelings, "Mr. Sowders,
and I nssuro you that It will jjtvc ua
pleasure to correct the matter. I will
publish nn item saying that you arc
not going to live with tho brldcV par
ents. Will that bo satisfactory?"
"No, sir; It won't," the bridegroom
declnrcd with considerable emphasis."
You evidently don't understand the,
situation. It ajn't what you say about
our living at the homo of the brld,e'5
parents that makes me mad. It's the.
Insinuation that 1 want to llud a Job
that I object to."
The matter wna compromised by tho
publication .of the- subjoined verses In
the next number of The Eaglo:
THE JOY THAT WE CASXOf BETCnX.
There are wrongs that can never be righted;
There are wounds that e'en tlrro cannot hell.
We speak, and some fair hope Is blighted;
Words oft arc more deadly than ttecll
There are bruises that linger forcer; i
We ray but a word, and, alack 1
Though wo .Ions to rccail.lt, no never j
Can give the old happiness baclil
Moan Man I'll never loud him mon
Other Man Why not? Hasn't he paid
Mean Mnh Paid me! Why. hp paid
me two days after he borrowed, the
money; didn't even-give me a chance
to say to my friends that I d He lucky
If-'ever got it .back. Syracuse Her
i I!ov-i:e,Sb6''ili'. I.licik.nt It.
"Well." said 'hu. English 'yachtsman,
you havt) heuteu us." -1 1,
"You shouldn't put l't in that way,"
was tho reply. "We did no inore than
tho Instincts -.of self preservation de
manded. WoJuore obliged to come In
first lu order tO'pVovont you from beat
lug us!" Washington Stai;.
IIlKll It OlIO PH.
Mrs. Stubb J(jhn.. here Is nn account
of some writer going out too far In tho
surf. For an' incredible length of time
ho battled with the wild breakers.
Mr. Stubb-Il'm! .1 guess lie must
have been one of those struggling au
thors we hear so much about. Chi
. Folle-wlns: IJIrcesloan.
'Mrs. StivlVom was toJd US that emi
nent actress who 'reduied her welfitit
25 pounds by dietlug to strictly uvjphl
all sturehyi preparations."
"Tes."i, . -
"So now she has her linen dona up '
limp."-Cleveland Pla'.n Denier.
Matf-r,nf SeocamUr. -Chicago
Mau-What's the furo to 3t
Louis? ' ,
Tickot Broiler Do you want to go
Chicago Man No, of cor.rap 1 don't;
wnut to, but 1 am compelled to. Chi
A Side LI nil t on Illntorr
Teachel- Fol'.jW.hat else was Julius"
Caesar noted?.- '
Tommy, Tucker' (who. liad studied the.
lesson 's'oiirVhat hastily) His (treat
strength. liiaVim. He Hirew a bridgo
across ike'Ithjuo. Chicago Tribune.
"DoU'tynVo yoli time talltiij 'hoiit-.',..
yoh ublfilSiiofs." said Uncle RImmk-"Volli'i-j
nclL'lilini-s Is 'ni-iiliriliK- Inllthi 'linui p"nH't-V
an yoh'kl'n look uroun I'oh yoliso'f ah'
see hoy much good It's' la!n 'ora.'r
What Siioilcd It. ,
"What a doleful c.xproaalon your,
photograph has ou!','.
"Yos: 1 was feeling all right until tho '
pbotograpber told me to look pleas
ant!" Detroit Free Press.
The Captain of tho Possum Oem:
men, I reckon wo might Job' as well gib
up de race. All In favor ob (julttlu say
First Mato Hurry up dat vote,
cap'n,, or you won't .bo, ablo to git a
huorum, New i'ork World.
The rt-ictiumon vlile Vnulit Rnce. .
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