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THE MAUI news
SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A . W. Kopolkal, Circuit Judge, Wallumi
Edmund H. Hurt. Clerk Circuit Court. Walluku
Judge W. A. McKay Olst. Magistrate, Walluku
" Chas. Onpp, " ' Makawao
" C. B. Lindsay, " " Bahama
" Kunukau, " ' Honuaula
" J. Kalama, " ' Hana
" Pllmanu, " " Klpahuln
" MoCorriHton " " Molokal
" Kahoohalanala, " ' Lanal
L. M. Baldwin, Sheriff,
W. E. SalTory, Deputy Bherlfl
K. i . Hose,
O. K. Keawehaku, " "
H. Z. Kalpo, " "
J. Walamau, ' "
W. T. Robinson, Tax Assessor,
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor
. A. F. Tavares '
G. Punn, '
M. H. Keftter, ' "
beet me active avain on
Dr. Derby is located at the
Hotel for a few days only.
The News will accept orders for
office supp'ies, filing cabinets etc.
The appliances for the Wailuku
fire department arrived by the Clau
dine. The C. Li. Aid Society will meet
Wednesday afternoon, with Father
The dry spell on Central Maul was
broken by a good down pour cf rain
early Thursday morning.
Sixty shares of Maui Wine &
Liquor Co's. stock is wanted. See
classified ads. m this issue.
George C. Stratemeyer, an estab
lished painter since 1875, advertises
to do painting in all its branches.
Saturday and Sunday Memorial
services were held in Wailuku by the
Japanese in honor of their dead in
the war with Russia.
If your citrar man does nothandle
the Gene-al Arther citrar send one
dollar to the Gunst Eakin Co. for
twelve cigars in a tin box.
e Derrboi o Drug and Chemical
Works w-n received a gold medal at
the St. Louis Purchase Exhibition
have something worth reading on
their vegetable feed water, treat
ment. If you have rot tried Carnation
Cream the Maui Dry Gords and
Grocery Co. are prepared to furnish
you this cream in any Quantity de
sired. See edvertisement in th's
The Maui Hotel of Wailuku is the
headquarters of all the island people
as well as tourists 1 nd the traveling
public in general. Large airy roomt,
and excellent cuisice tempts the
The Maui Drug Store wiU sell
Ivory, White Castile, Turkish Bath
and Oriental Rose Soap three cakes
for 25 cents. Grape Nuts. $2,40 per
dozen. Star kerosene oil $2,65 per
case or $1.35 per tin. Sapoho ten
cents per cak. y
The Hawaiian News Company of
Honolulu shipped by the L.kelike f
Monday last a set of pigliti en band
instruments for the members of the
Baldwin Home at KaUi.N.o. These
band instruments are the gift of
Hon. J. P. Baldwin.
The doors of opp irtuuity are always
open to those ladies who desire to
become recognized as having keen
judgement ot value and styles. Read
the spring offerings of the Kahului
store in their mammoth spring an
. noinjrjinent in this issue.
The Maui Soda and Ice Works can
.supply you witli the clearest of
cyrstal ice, all the popular and
pleasing flavors of soda. In tseir
colu storage department they carry
a fuil supply of Erehwon Dairy
butter, and frozen oysters.
For sale, for rent, lost or found
advertisements will be published b
the News for ten cents a line the
first issue, five cents a line the
second issue and three cents a Hue
each succeeding issue. Seven words
to constitue a line and nine lines an
iuch. Broken lines to count as full
Absolute Fucuritj is offered those
who put their money into life insur
arice. The Prudential Insurance Co.
of which Mr. C. D. Lufkin is roan
ager of the Wailuku branch, has the
strength of Gibralter. Id twenty
cignt years nas paia out over
seventy-ulne millions of dollar. Be
your finance great or saall, the
PruJeotia' has the policy jut adapt
ed to your oetds.
A letter has been received from
Brig. Gen. Alfred A. Woodhull, U.
S. A., who is at Princeton, N. J. He
writes as follows:
"In 1823 the party of the Rev.
Charles Stewart, the first American
mission on Maui, commenced work at
Lahaina. With them was a very
devoted colored woman, of mixed
blood, who opened the first school
for the common people-probably the
first of its kind in any of the islands.
It was the very beginning of that
general system of education which
has been so cuccessfully carried on
in Hawaii. This woman, Betty
Stockton, was born in this place
(Princeton;) and after a long life of
usefulness as a teacher, died here
about forty years ago. It is the
desire of a few surving citizens, who
held her character !n high esteem,
to erect on the spot a modest me
morial in the form of a mural tablet "
This matter has been referred to
Principal MacDonald, of the Lahain-
Miss t. Z. ITadley has received
the sad news of the decease of her
father, Mr. Theodore D Hadlcy.
He passed away quite unexpectedly,
at his home in Kennett Square, Pa.,
near Philadelphia, on February 28.
He retained his health and strength
until almost the last, although he
had reached the advanced age of 85
years and 5 months. For a long
period he was Senior Warden of the
church of the Advent, Kennett
Mr. W. W. Hall ot Honolulu was
in Lahaina one day last week; and
011 Saturday Mr. Hall was cal ing on
his old friends.
K. Y. Arai, the priest of the new
Japanese Buddhist Temple of the
Shin Shu Hongwanji Sect, officiated
in Wa'luku last Sunday.
Captain Dudoit and family are in
Mrs. C. A. McDonald and Miss
Z. Hadley were the guests of Mrs.
George Gibb at Olowolu, last Satur
On Monday at la. rn., little Ellen
Makakau, one of the Lahaina School
children, passed over to the other
shore after a short illness. The
funeral took place on the same :'ay
in the afternoon.
ine sprinxiing cari is again m
ing its roi nds using sea water as
Samuel Nowlien and farm':y have
been visiting friends on Molokai.
UTn,i,.j .. : .u- t
masted schooner Robert LewersVas
towed to Kaauapah by the steamer
Several persois have been visiting
the uew school buildings at Lahaina-
lun'u this weeK
Miss Rachel Hayseiden has been
MX ing some excellent photographs
Accident at Kahului.
Track automobile rides for pleas
ure an a inovation on Maui and
should become popular, barring acci
Messrs. E. F. De'nsrt, George
Keeney, J. J. Corell and W. O. Aiken
made up a party Wednesday evening
intending to take a spin to Wailuku
and back. As the auto came opposite
the house of Nakashima, the machine
struck a rock, causing it to jump some
fifteen feet from the track and scat
tering the occupants in the road. The
Kahului police officer hearing the
noisp went to the scene and found the
party all more or less shaken up.
vV. O. Aiken had the misfortune
to break his knep cap. Dr. Dineuar
was called and administered to the
wants of Mr. Aiken, who is at
Puunene Hospital resting as comfort
ably as the circumstances will permit
Mrs. Christina Brown has been
granted a divorcf from Embcrt M
Brown ou the ground of desertion
and failure to provide. Mrs. Brown
was formerly Mrs. spencer and a
resident of Hilo.
Adam Forsyth, executor of the
estate of George Forsyth, deceased,
gives notice in this issue that on the
24th day of April at the front en
trance to the colts house, Wailuku,
at 12 o'clock noon, he will sell
certain lands located in Kula, Maui,
and certain lots located in Lahaina.
See advertisements in this issue.
A "Mock. County Fair" will be
held on Saturday evening April 1st.,
at the Alexander House. Among
the attractions will be picture, grab
bag, fortune telling, fancy articles,
fishing poDds, and "bouncing browny"
booths. The proceeds of this fair go
towards 'the" painting of the Alex
aatier House.' :
HANA DISTRICT DART'S
The following precinct clubs aie
unanimous for ccunty government
for the bill just passed third reading.
The twelfth, Keanae: The fighting
Thirteenth, Hana: The Solid Nine
teenth Nahiku, and the dark horse,
Kipahulu tongues have been hang
ing ovt for want of water, no ram
for over a month and still norlgns.
In Kaupo everything is drying up.
Hana has been more fortunate and
they are still grinding.
W. H. Field, the Insurance man
paid the Nahiku rubber men a visit
last week, and is just "bouncing"
with joy of the new industry; he
being a stockholder. Everything
is "elastic" Rubber, Rubber, a foot
thick and a yard wide has been man
ufactured from Hugh Howells trees.
Mrs. Mobsman's and W. Hardy's
independent plantations are in splen
did condition. Both have started a
nursery, which bids fair to keep up
with the new company.
People in Keanae are very much
excited over the Grand Jury investi
gations of the Keanae homestead
scandals and sincerely hope that
the principal culpit will be severely
dealt with by the government.
The road between Keanae and
Kailua, built by Wilson & Duggafi,
is nearing completion ani bid fair
to rival the celebrated A.ps for
scr nerv. The Kailua section to
Peahi will be started about the first
of the month. ,
The thing most needed in our ap
propration from the loan fund is to
complete the belt rad, so that
small farmers will be able to go into
the fruit business, principally ban
anas. Mr. Hardy or JNahiku has over
one thousand bunches in bearing of
the Hawaiian varety known as the
Kahiki species. For cooking they
cannot be excelled. He will not be
Lgble to eel a single bunch to market
simply on sccount of the ;niserable
condition of the roads.
The Hana district favors a wide
open Sunday law. We are dead
enough as it is with six Sundays
Messrs J, Hackfeld and A Klamp
of Hackfeld & Co., toethpr with
manager Barckhausen of the Pioneer
Mill arrived on the Claudine last
Thursdiy wee'. and paid Kipahulu a
business visit. They leave today by
tht Claudine for Honolulu via Wai
luku and Lahaina.
Prosperous Pioneer Mill.
The Pioneer Mill at Lahaina is to
day in a most properous condition,
due wholly to the executive ability
and keen business judgment of its
present manager L. Barckhtusen.
At one time this plantation was
very much run aown, but to day is
in as excellent condition as the most
exacting of directors or stock hold
ers could wish,' and its stock on the
exchange is quoted high amor.tr the
Mr. Barckhausen who is in need of
a rest will leave shortly for an ex-
tendn 1 trip to the coast and possible
to the Fatherland.
C. L. Scrimger, thp chief Engineer
"f the Mill, who has been indentified
with this company for many years
will assume the reins of management
during Mr. Barckhausens absence,
and none more worthy, whose ability
is wellknown to the directors, could
well be chosen for the office of aclin-
Mock County Fair.
Saturday Evening Ai-ril 16t.
For a few cents anvor.e can have
an evening of such fun as amuses old
and young. Among the attraction
will be picture booths grab bag,
fortune-tilling, far.cv article, finish
ing-ponds, the "Bouncing Browny,"
booths as well 88 the eatables that
invrriabh accompany fairs, and ice
cream and cake, Prices range from
5c to 25c. Proceeds are to ba spent
in painting the building.
Admission 10c. Door openat7:3C
Following is the line up of the
teams to cross bats to rnorriow.
J. Garcia c. H. Waiwaiole
Geo. Cummlngs p. N. Krueger
K.Smith lb. Hale Kapu
Jno. Garcia 2b. A. Jackson
Naeole 3b. Kua
A. Garcia as. W. BaUr.
Joe Smith rf. Joe Ross
Wm, Morris cf. .. . Viela
Scbrader If. Kaial Waiwaiole
Subs: Heine English, Sniffin, Pele
A New Drug Store
Dr. Maples, who has been acting as
assistant to Dr. Dinegar at Puunene,
has rented the middle store of the
Bailey Block and will open a first
class drug s tire. The storeroom is
being remodeled to suit this line of
business and about the tenth, the
doctor hopes to have his stock on
the shelves. A full line of drugs,
propnetery medicines, perfumes and
other lines usually found in a first
class Hrug store will be carried.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE OF SALE
OF REAL. PROPERTY
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
GEORGE FORSYTH, late ot Kula, Maul, De
Notice In hereby given that under and by
rlrtuo ol a certain order made and Issued by
the Honorable A. N. KKPOIKAI, J ml no of the
Circuit Court ol the Socond Circuit, Territory
of Hawaii, a-lliug in probate, dated March
15th., A. D. HWS, I WILL SELL AT PUHLIC
AUCTION, at the front door of the Court
House in Wailuku, lslajcl of Maul, To. r tory of
Hawaii, on Monday the 21th. day of April, A. D,
KI5, bi'iduntng at 14 o'clock noon of said day,
o the highest and best bidder for cash, all of
the following described Real Property or In
terest therein, belonging to the Estate of auid
deceased, to wit:
First: All of that certain piece, parcel or
lot of land, at Pulehulki, containing an area
of 8.33 Acros, located as Bforesaid In Kula,
Island of Maul, Territory of Hawaii, and being
the same premises described In Royal Patent
No. 1217, andbefng the same premises conveyed
to Geoi'ge Forsyth deceased, by deed of Kahiki
Helebua, dated June iiati. 1838, recorded in
Liber IK.), on pages 150 and 151 of the Register
Second: That certain piece, parcel or lot
of land at Omaoplo, Kula, Island of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, containing an urea of 30
Acres, being the same premises described in
deed from Samuel Kailt to George Forsyth
deceased, dated the day of June, 1808, and
appearing of record In Liber 183, on pages 149
and 150 of the Register ot Conveyances.
Third: That certain piece, parcel or lot of
land situated at Omaoplo aforesaid, containing
25.50 Acres and being the same premises de
scribed in deed from Halekala Ranch Co., to
George Forsyth deceased, duted May the l"th.
Fourth: All theuudlvlded one-hull Interest
of the Estate of said deceased In and to that
certain lot. piece or parcel of land, with the
buildings thereon, situated near the Leabua
School, In the town of Lahaina, Island of Muui,
Territory of Hawaii, containing au area of
about ftOCX) square feet, aud at present being
under lease to aud occupied by one Watanabe.
Fifth: Also tho undivided one-hulf interest
of the Estate of said deceased In and to that
certain lot with the buildings tho. -cod, situated
near the Episcopal Church, in the town of
Lahaina aforesaid, and containing an area of
alwut aJ0 square feet, and at present being
under lease to and occupied by one Okomura.
The first, second, and third lots above de.
scribed are to be sold subject to a oertain In
denture of mortgage executed by Geotge
Forsyth during his lifetime In favor of Leong
Hong for the sum of $1010.00, with interest, said
mortgage being dated July 22nd. 12; and the
fourth and fifth lots or Interest therein as above
described, will be sold subject to a mortgage
executed by the said George Forsyth deceased
In favor of the Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
Co., a corporation, for the sum of 1113.84, bear
ing date tho 18th. day of March, 1403, and ap
pearing of record In Liber 243, on pages 155,
&5n, and 3.V? of the Register of Conveyances.
Sale subject to confirmation by the Court.
Deds at the expense of the purchaser.
For further particulars apply to James L.
Coke, Attorney at Law, Wailuku, Maul.
Dated at Walluku, Murch S3rd., A. D. 1905.
Executor of the Last Will aud Testament of
George Forsyth, deceased.
Jas. L. Coke,
Attorney for said Estate and Auctioneer.
Mar. 25, April 1, 8, 15. 22.
CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND CIRCUIT,
Territory of Hawaii, at Chambers in Pro
bate, lu the matter of the Estate of W. E.
UECKWITH, late of .Makawao, Maui, deceased.
Order of notice of petition for allowance of
Hnal accounts and discbarge In the Estate.
On readine and Filling the Petition and ac
counts of VV. . AIKEN, admluistrator-wlth-the-will-annexed
of V. K. IIEC'KVViTll, de
ceased, wherein he asks to be allowed f.t5?.4A aud
he charges himself with 1. 1:14.56, aud asks that
the same may be examined aud approved, and
that u tinul ord'-r may be made of Distribution
of the property reuiulninir iu his hands to the
pi-rsi.ns ihnruto entitle. t, aud dischart?in him
uu'l Lis sureties from ail further responsibility
! isorlerei, tnat .Munday, tne lUth. day of
April. A. D lUw, at 10 o'olock A. M. before the
Juiijjeof iikl Court at the Court Room of the
said Couri ut WuilUHU, I.dun of M.tul, be aud
the same hereby is appointed as the time aud
place for bearing suid Petition and Accounts,
and that all persons interested may then and
there appear and show cause, if auy they have,
why the same should not be gruuted, aud may
present evidence as to who are entitled to the
Slid property. And that notice of this Ordar,
in the F.utrllxu language, be published in the
Maui News" newspapers priuted und pub
lished in Walluku, for three successive weeks,
the last publication to be uot less than two
weeks previous to the time therein appointed
for said bearing.
Duted at Walluku, Muui, this 2nd. day March,
Iiy the Court:
(Seal) Edmund H. Hakt,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of the 2ud. Circuit
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
CIRCUIT COURT. SKOOND CIRCUIT,
Territory of Hawaii, at Clmoihera Id l'ro
butB, In the m:ttier of the Estate of JOHN
Notice U hereby given that the undnrHiKued
bab this day been appointed Admluatraior of
the eata'e of JohuGrunwald luteof Huna Maui,
doceased, by order of tbe Judge of tbe Circuit
Court, Second Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
and all creditors of said deceaned are hereby
notified to prevent their claims duly authenti
cated with the proper vouchers. If any exist,
even If the claim la secured by mortnane upon
real estate, to the uudermgued at his ortlce In
Hana. Island of Maui, Territory ot Ha
waii, within six months from tbe Drat publica
tion of this notice. .AU claims not presented aa
aforesaid will be forever barred.
- Pated at Wailuku, Maul,, Territory ot Ha
waii, February IS, .
.. , . F. WITTROCK.
. Administrator of the Estate of Jobs
Feb. IS-- Men. t- U
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