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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, APRIL J, J 905 '.
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MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A . V. Kepnikul, Circuit Judgt), WalluKU
Edmund H. Hurt. Clerk Circuit Court. Wntluku
Judge W. A. McKay Ulst. Magistrate. Wailuku
" ChaH. Copp. ' " Mukawao
" C. K. Limlwy, " " Lahalna
" Kunukau. " ' Honuaula
11 J. Kalaoia, ' 1 Hank
" Piimanu, " " Klpahuln
" McCorrlston " ' Molokal
" Kahoohalatiala, " ' Lanai
L. M. Baldwin, Sheriff, Wailuku
W. E. Saltcry, D;puty Staentt Wailuku
Edgar Morton, " " Makawao
R. i Hone, " 1 Lahatna
F. Wlttrock. " Hana
Isaac Cockett, ' Molokal
Levi Joseph " " Kipahulu
Captain Police Wai'uku
. H. Iitena, ' " Makawao
G. KlVeiweliiku, " " Lahaina
i f r 7 .aipo, " ' Hana
, J. Waiamau, 11 Kalaupapa
W. T. Robln9on, T Awessor, wailuku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor Wailuku
A. F. Tavares ' Paia
G. Dunn, " " Lahalna
M. H. Reuter, - " Hana
Today is the dayrtokeep shy of
loose packages pocket books and
Don't forget the "Mock County
Fair" at the Alexander Houfo to
night. hB Ladies Guild will meet with
Mrs. G. B.. Robertson, Tuesday after
noon. The Ladies' Catholic Aid Society
will discontinue the weekly meeting
until after Lent.
A meeting of the Maui Racing
Association is called for tonight
See ad. 2 in this issue.
The Puunene Athletic Association
is expected to place a ballteam in
the league for the coming season.
Kodaks, cameras and all photo
graphic supplies can be procured
with the least delay and lowest
' prices at the Honolulu Photo Supply
The well known Honolulu house of
E. O. Hall and Son makes a bid for
the Maui trad in outdoors sporting
goods. They guarantee satisfaction
in every instance.
An April 1st. Conundrum: When
Is city water drawn from city water
pipes not the pnperty of tax payers
or for use to property oweners who
hold water rights?
Golden gate Flour never fails the
cook therefore the cook should never
fail to use Golden Gate Flour. It
makes the bes bread, cakes and
pastry. H. Hack field Co. "Wholesa'e
Changes for advertisement must
be banded into the News office not
later then Wednesday noon to insure
publication. Late changes was the
cause of last week's delay in the de
livery of the paper.
Acre of Cane Burned.
Continued blasts of the fire whistle
of the Wailuku Sugar Co's Mill Thurs
day evening at 6:15 brought about
all of Wailuku residents, voung and
old, to the mill to learn the cause of
The fire originated in one of the
lower fields close to the sand hills on
the Waitfee side of the lower Iao
Valltey. All the field hands of the
plantation with lunas were requisi
tioned afire fighters. A trench
was made above where the lire origi
nated and by back firing was soon
; under control and about an hours
time was subdued. A fierce wind
from the sea was blowing at the time
and but for the prompt response to
the call would undoubtedly resulted
W'the fire originated is not
V aownto a certainty, but is supposed
;to be of i.eudiufry origin.
' lVRt. Rev. Bishop Henry Bond
Rjsterick will arrive on the Claudine
Wednesday, and will hold Confirma
tion Service at the Anglican Church
Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. m
aDd Admission Service into the Junior
Chapter of the St. Anthony's Broth
erbood and the Junior Daughters tf
fie King, Thursday afternoon at
3:00 p. m.
"Kimo" Cant Leave.
James, better known as Kimo
Thompson, who has filled the office
0 court stenographer at the present
term will not be able to return to
Honolulu this week.
Kimo and Edmund Hart, will take
all of the record papers which have
accumulated in the vault of Judge
ge'uoikal's court, for the last decade,
COintletelv index them and file away
systematically so that any particular!
i .:v. ..it t. n
reCOrU, i." an iw i ajjci s u ' uuiieiy
can ue had at a minutes notice. This
1S something which should have bt-en
done years a.o, but former clerks
nd well s trie present one Lave
never ha! the spare time.
The plantation vessel Aloha ar
rived at Kaanapali on March 22. It
is expected that she will sail for San
Francisco early in April. Karl
Roendahl anticipates a pleasant pas
sage as a passenger for the round
trip, returning to Lahaina in 2J
During the year 1!)04, the number
of mail steamer calls at Lahaina was
538. From these steamers, 5325 mail
sacks were landed anu prssed
through the Lahaina post office.
Therf were also numerous call of
steamers which did not bring mail
matttr, and of those no record was
A meeting of the Republican Pre
cinct. Club was held at the court
house on evening, March 23. As an
invitation was extended to the pub
lic, there was a large attendance.
The County B U was discussed at
some length; after which several
speakers advocated the organization
of a Fire Department. All present
signed a paper in favor of this move
ment, and the meeting then adjourn
ed to the following Monday evening.
Last Saturday evening a meeting
was held at the new Shin Shu Tem
ple, to ratify the organization of a
Japanese Buddhist Young Men's As
sociatiomj The grounds were tastily
adorned with, flags and lanterns, and
there was a very large attendance.
After brief ritual in the temple;
Priest K. Y. Arai cordially welcom
ed his many visitors.j Brief remarks
were made by several other gentle
men, most of the speaking being on e
platform outside of the temple. The
principal address was given by Priest
T. Funakura, who has been in charge
of the Wailuku Buddhist Temple for
the last five years. Social festivities
were continued until a late hour.
A sketching party is expected
from Honolulu soon.
Mrs. George Gibb was the guest of
Miss A. Z. Hadley on Monday.
The bridge over the canal will be
widened, and will have solid founda
tions. Manager Barckhausen is about to
take a trip to California, and thence
probably to his former home in Ger
It is stated that the splendid new
school buildings at Lahainaluna will
be ready for use on April 3.
Postmaster Waal leaves for Hono
lul u on Saturday evening. He will
take the next steamer for San Fran
cisco, and will thrn-proceed to Byron
Springs for the benefit of his health
He will be absent two months; and
meanwhile Mr. E. Robinson will have
charge of the Lahaina post office.
vU'",, Morning Stars Win
The ball game Sunday between the
two pickpd nines was in many re
spects an interesting one. Two
very clever double plays were made
which demonstrated that it was not
a hard task for the boys to get back
their old form. The score by inning
at the end jf the game, eight innings
M. S. 0 1 6 1 0 0 1 ,3 x- 12
A. C. 10002100x-4
A team of detached players is be
ing organized ancLwith a team com
posed of players from Puunene and
Kahului there will be at least three
teams in the league this season.
Will Be Accurate.
W. C. Nicholson the expert clock
repairer has most certainly done a
thorough job on the clock of Kaahu
Mr. N'cholson has taken the works
all apart, thoroughly cleaned and re
placed them and when they would
permit, has repainted the parts.
Wailuku should have no excuhe in
the future for not keeping up with the
tinvs, and the clock, being a Selh
Thomas make, will since its renova
tion be accurate.
Song of Kolomon
"Let him kiss me with the kisses
of his mouth: For thy love is better
than WINE" Had the ASTI WINES
existed in the Wise old Kings time,
that love would indeed' have been
great, for health and happiness.
Love even cannot surpass the ASTI
WINKS. Dispensed at the Maui
Wine & Liquor Co's. old stand.
Judge Lindsay Resigns
' Judge Lindsay, District judge of
Lahaiua has resigned, and asks that
the resignation take effect April 1st.
A well known, and popular at
torney has been spoken as successor,
but yet nothing public has be3n (an
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
The Porto Ricau who escaped from
the polic about ten days ago, after
being caught with Okolehao, was re
captured Tuesday at Pia and was
sent back to Hana to keep company
with his pa rtner in dui ance v'.le until
the trial comes off.
New machinery in boxes and brinks
by the -housands are arrivinjfor the
new mill for Paia plantation.
A Japanese narred Omo Komotaro
employed in Paia Mill was caught in
the trash carrier on Tusday and car
ried in to the rollers and crushed to
death. How the man came to be in
and around that pi 't of the mill is
not known as his work was in another
portion of the building. The Coro
ners inquest brought in a verdict of
The large new engine of Paia plan
tation was tried Monday for the first
time a.:d on the following day was
Jose da Motta, a Portuguese resi
cent of Kokomo. died suddenly
Thursday morning at 9 p m. Mr.
Motta was in good health on ritiring
The cause of his death not known.
Antonio Franco, after a prolonged
sickness, died at his home in Maka
wao Thursday evening at 11 p. m.
Rev. A. V. Soares, of the Portu
gues Protestant Church of Honolulu,
returned by the S. S. Claudine las
Saturday after a two weeKS visitMif
the Portuguese mission at Paia, and
attending the Maui Association of
Churches at Hana.
Rev. O. H. Gulick returned by last
Saturday Claudine, to Honolulu Mr.
Gulick attended the M. A. C. conven
tion at Hana, also looking over
the Japanese work.
A surprise parts was tende'-ed to
Mrs. Jas. Kirkland, wife of the mana
ger of Kahului store on Thursday
last. Mrs. Kirkland leaving by Sat
urdays Claudine for an extended
visit to the Main land. A very enjoy
able evening was spent in card play
ing and singing.
Many Are Afier Job.
Honolulu March 28 Governor
Carter has not as yet made any de
cision as to whom he will appoint to
the position of Superintendent of
Public Instruction to take the place
"Besides Mr. Law, Mr. True and
Mr. Anderson, whom I mentioned
to you the otter day," said Governor
Carter this afternoon," since then
the names of Messrs. Livingston,
Merrill, Babbitt, Davis. Baldwin and
Hemenwiy have been suggested to
me. Besides these C. V. E. Dove
and J. Lightfoot have offered to take
positions orf the Board of Education,
should necessity arise."
Of the gentlemen mentioned by the
Governor, Davis and Baldwin are
school inspectors; W. H. Babbitt is
a clerk and of the von Hamm-Young
Co., and trustee of Oahu College;
Stanley Livingston is teacher of mu
sic at the Kamehameha School, A,
M. Merrill is a teach r at Mills Insti
tute, and C. R. Hemenway an attor
Wailuku Sugar Co's. New MHJ'
j. tie uireciors or uie vv intuitu Sugar
Company of Maui at a meeting hold
Monday afternoon in Honolulu con
sidered tende-b lor the construction
af a complete new sugar factory on
the Wailuku property.
Tenders were received from O. B.
Stillman of New York through the
local agect, Catton, Neil & Co., the
Risdon Iron Works, represented by
Mr. Field, and the Honolulu Iron
Works. After careful consideration
of all the tenders the contract which
Involves an expenditure of something
like $400,000 was awarded the Hono
lulu Iron Works.
The contract calls for the con
struction of a competely new sugar
factory to be built near tVe present
one while the old one i3 in operation
It is to be completed and start
grinding by December 1st. 1900" and
will be most modern iu all depart
Langton's Camera Views
The mail Wednesday brought the
News Series No. 1, of V. U. Lang
tons ''Camera Views of the Paradise
of the Pacific" with relief maps of
Oahu, Maui, Molokai, Hawaii and
Kauai and some forty views of build
ings, aud scenes of a tropical nature,
the whole making a very attractive
brochure of views which will 6urely
please those who are fortunate
enough to possess a copy. Short
descriptive pages accompany each
AL'LT: Ai Wailuku, Muui, Mart-b lth. 1WJS,
to the wife ol Kev, W. Ault, daughter.
The modern machinery, bottles,
syphons, and fruit flavors for the
Hygeia Soda Works have bpen
ordered from San Francisco and are
expected to arrive by the next Ne
vadan. In the mean time President
Killer has drawn p'an for a yty
foot building and wr-rk will be om-
Jrmn Pires, formerly connected
with the Pacific Soda Works of Hi!o
hts been, selepred as mai'ayr, i r.d
arrived from Hilolast week.
Mock County Fair.
Saturday Evening Avril 1st.
For a few rents anyone can have
an evening of such fun as amuses n'd
and young. Among the attractions
will be picture booths grab bag,
fnrtune tilling, fancv article, finish
mg-ronds, the "Bouncing Brownv,"
booths as well as the eatables that
inv:riabl accompany fairs, and ice
cream and cake. Prices range from
5c to 25c. Proceeds are to bs spent
n painting the building.
Admission 10c. Door open at 7:30.
4 Room Teacher's Cottage, Hana
Proposals will be received at the office
of the Supt. of Public Works, Honolulu.
T. II., until 12 o'clock ni. of April 5th,
l95 tor constructing a 4 room teacherS
cottage at liana, Maui, T. H.
Flans and specifications are on file
with the Asst. Supt. of Public Works,
and with F. Wittrock, School Agent,
Hana, Maui, copies of which will he fur
nished intending bidders on receipt ol
fS.oo, which sum will be returned after
depositing bid and returning plans and
No proposal will be entertained nnles
submitted on the blank forms furnished,
enclosed in a sealed envelope, addressed
to Hon. C. S. Holloway, Supt. of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II., endorsed
"Proposal for 4 room cottage, ' Hana,"
and delivered privious to 12 o'clock til.
on the day specified.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all
bids. I'Kfasa ' .yaEswrr-
C. S. HOLLOWAY, jjj ' j
'Superintendent of Fublic Works.
Honolulu,-T. H. March 21st, 1905.
March. 25 April 1 -T ty.W.1
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE OF SALE
OF REAL PROPERTY
IX THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
GEORGE FORSYTH, late of Kula, Muui, Ui-.
Notice Is hereby given that under nud by
virtue of a certain order made aud Issued by
the Honorable A. N. KEPOIKAI, Juduo of the
Circuit Court of the Si-coud Circuit, Territory
of Hawaii, sitting in probate, dated March
ISth., A. D. 116, I WILL, SELL AT I'UHLIC
AUCTION, at the front door of the Court
House In Wailuku, Island of Muul, Territory of
Hawaii, on Monday the iMth. day of April, A. I),
iwfi, beginning at lj o"clock noon of wild day,
ti the highest and best Didder for cash, all of
the following described Real Property or in
terest therein, belouglug to the Estate of said
deceased, to wit:
First: All of that certain piece, parcel or
lot of land, at I'ulehulki, containing uu area
of 8.33 Acres, located as aforesaid iu Kula.
Island of Maul, Territory of Hawaii, and bclug
the same premises described in Royal 1'utetit
No. 1217, and being the same premises conveyed
to George Forsyth deceased, by deed of Kahlkl
Helehua, dated June -Wild. 1898, recorded iu
Liber ltd, on pages LSI) and 151 of the Register
Second: That certain piece, parcel or lot
of laud at Omaoplo, Kula, Island of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, containing an area of 3h
Acres, being .the same premises described in
deed from Samuel Kalll to George Forsyth
deceased, dated the day of June, ISuk, and
appearing of record in Liber IK), on pages 14V
aud ISO of the Register of Conveyances.
Third: That certain piece, parcel or lot of
land situated at Omaoplo aforesaid, containing
-25.5(1 Acres and being the same premises ue
scribed in deed from Halekala Ranch Co., to
George Forsyth deceased, dated Uay the 17th.
Fourth: All the undivided one-half interest
of the Estate of said deceased Iu aud to that
certain lot, piece or parcel of land, with the
butldiugs thereon, situated noar the Leahua
School, iu the town of Lahaina, Island of Muui,
Territory of Huwuii, containing an area of
about Huu) square feet, aud at present being
ufMer lease to and occupied by one Wutanatw.
Fifth: Also the undivided one-half interest
of the Estate of said deceased in and to that
certain lot with the buildings thereon, situated
near the Episcopal Church, in the town of
Lahaiua aforesaid, and containing an area of
about lJUU square feet, aud at present being
under lease to and occupied by one OUoiuura.
The first, second, and third lots above do.
serlljed ure to be sold subject to a certalu in
denture of mortgage executed by Geoige
Forsyth duriug his lifetime iu favor of losing
Houg for the sum of $K Dml, with interest, said
mort-.raie being dated July -."Jud, aud the
fourth aud llfth lots or interest therein asalxive
described, will be sold subject to a mortgage
executed by the said George Forsyth deceased
lu favor of Die HoVuiiun Cumuiercial uutl Sufur
Co., a corporation, for the sum of 1113. Mi, bear
ing date the ISth. day of March, rJ.1, aud ep
peariug of record iu Lil-er 'H'At ou pa'es y'v,
3firt, aud S."7 of the Register of Conveyances.
Sale subject to cnullrniatlun by the Court.
Deeds at the expense of the purchaser.
Fur further particulars apply to James L.
Coke, Attorney ut Law, Wailuku, Maui.
Uuted at Wailuku, March S3rd., A. U. 1!K 5.
! ADAM FORSYTH,
Executor of the I usl Will and Testament of
George Forsyth, d-A-cased.
j Jas. L. Cuke,
Attorney fop said Estate and Auctioneer.
Mar. , April 1, , 15. tl.
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