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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1905
MAUI PLUE BOOK
Hnn. A . If. Kopotkai, Circuit Judge, Walhmu
Kdmunrl H. Hart, Clerk Circuit Court. Wailuku
Judge W. A. McKay Dint. Magistrate, Wailuku
" . J. Kalama, " 1
" Pilmanu, " "
' " McCorrlBtnn " '
11 Kabootaalanala, " '
L. M. Baldwin, Sheriff,
W. E. Saftery, Dinuty Sheriff
Edgar Morton " "
F. Wlttrock. " '
Isaao Cockett, " '
Levi Joseph " "
IT. ?. Kaipo. " "
J. Waiamau, '
W. T. Robinson, Tax Assessor,
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor.
ALL': Tavarcs 1
. m. M.iKeutor.
Peruvia Goodness held a luau at
li is home on Saturday.
A special venire cf 52 petit jurors
was drawn Wednesday afternoon.
T. Murakani, will clean, press or
dye your clothes. Satisfactory work
An excellent trail has been recent
ly cut as far as the third crossing in
'D". George S. Aiken announces
that he will be at Kahulut on April
17, 18 and 19.
The March term ot the Second
Circuit Court has been extended for
twelve days from April 4.
L. M. VVhitehouse has been award
ed t.liB bid for constructing the new
Dep;ty sheriff SafTery. trave
birthday luau at his . home Vineyard
street, Wailuku, last Saturday
Hon. ai.d Mrs. Kaiue ' entertained
' at their home last Saturday, the dav
being tjie annivarsary of their marr:
The list of officers of the Maui
TJiifini' Association who will serve
during th ensuing year i published
in this issue.
The regular month' v meeting f tlp
! Wniluku Irnprovoment Associating
, will be held Thursdav evening at. the
' court house.
Any oriv knowing the peculiar
merits of a Spanish sard, e, can buy a
; stric.tlv new hand-mide saddle. See
r Classified adve' lisement on pnjre
of this issue. .
Jas. Shaw, engineer of engine W of
thi Ka'mlui Railroad. irave an old
tiiiie luau Saturday night at his re.'i
dftiqe in Kahului. i
The regular quartely meeting r
the Maui Wine and Liquor Co. Ltd.,
is caUVrt for Wednesday evning
Anril 10. at 7:30 p. in. at K."ofP,
Moses K. hauhimahu gives no'ioe
that he will not be responsible f
anv debts contracted in his mime
without a writ,tn order vgned
I T're suunoaed feud :n PeleUunu
v&ley, Molokni. over which the Tlono
; 111 -ai ers m ide such a ye'low story,
turned out tr, hp a severe enklemic
of typlioi fi vr.
A. V. Gear bus brought a darratf
suit against he P.icific Commercia'
Advertiser for the sum of 10, (MO,
for alleged main-inns injury nml de
famation of character.
Redhnuwe & Nicholson, expert
clock a"d watch repni ers make a bid
for the Mau' t ado. They guarantee
the:i' work satisfactory in every
particular. Mr. Nicholson will be in
Wailuku on April 19.
u. Kahului Kail-oad Co., are dis-
tributor lor ',i, wen Known otan-
aru eiurfl riltiur 111 luiimm uia, lino
la to nrnni 'i in mi' vjrinueu ncni
whil-h has shut out all European
cement The- Railroad Company
have already disposed of 2400 bags
in 30 days time and it is giving
universiil satisfaction wh're ever
Pineapple Industry Threatened.
The "Baltimore Trad-" the east
ern authority on canned goods, in a
recent Nsue on the market published
the following; "One of the serious
considerations at present is In re-
gpect to pkeapp'es. If the January
and February report reach to Ber
muda and Jamaica to the extent re
ported by the Associated Press, there
is very great danger of the pine
apple crop being materially lessened.
The real evil effect not being appa
rent for about sixty duys.
This would be a disaster as pine
apple packing is increasing every
year, and yet the demand is so steadi
ly k.eeping pace with it,' that it is the
most steady on the list of canned
The two Japanese nurses, . Ya"-
gahashi and Mr. Kimura, who form
erly resided in this town, are now at
work in a large hospital at Osaka.
Miss M. Horner has received ' some
very pretty presents from them. The
friends of Dr. Mivata will be glad to
learn that the rumor of his death
was without foundation. The deceas
ed captain was another member Df the
medical staff, of the same name.
A native boy named Naanui, 10
years of agf, d'ed after a short, ill
ness a week ago, and the funeral
took place on Sunday.
Owing to urexpected de'avs the
new school buildings at Lahainaluna
were not quite ready for use this
week. Theme in building is admir
ably adapted for instruction. There
are five class rooms, an assembly
hall, library and office. The light-
ng of the rooms is skillfully arrang
ed, the blackboards are of the best
quality, and the school turniture is oi
the la test design. Oi.e of the rooms is
specially arranged as a drawing room
There are 50 rooms in each of the
two dormitories; also new iron bed
steads, showerbaths and other con
venlences. The view from the upper
balconies is magnificent. The new
prize piano is quite an acquisition.
The bridge over the canal will be
filled in solidly, with the excep'ion of
of a culvert. The width of the road
will bf inert ased to 40 feet.
Th? teachers and school children
are enjoying their vacation.
Miss A. Z. Hadlev has been visit
ing friends in Wailuku.
The T.ahaina Ice Works are nnf
run bv electric power,
Mrs, Margaret B. MacPonald has
received a tasteful picture from an
artist in the "Evarge'ine Land,"
A sketching partv from Hono'ulu
is in town for a few days.
Rishop Kesto,nck arrived on Tues
day evening, nnd Wednesday morn
ing he visited a few of his frienlo
Rounds Out a Year y
With the close of yesterday, Cap
tain Randall rounded out a ful'
year as Captain of the Leslie Bald
win The genial Captain has
nothing hut words of praise for
Superintendent Filler, and other
heads of the dep'i rtments he conies
in contact v ith. '
The Captain unintentially cele
hrnted the event in a manner any
thing but tdeasing to him. He
was towing the Ship Kinross to
sea, when the door to .the whee
house, which was not fastened
swung to. nnd took off one 'of the
fingers, ibove the nail, of his right
hand. Hail he not had he presence
of mind to break the swing, with
his other hand all of the fingers
would have gone.
Regardless of this mishap th
skipper is as chipper as a two yea
old. and says that with the presen
employer he lias no desire what
ever to be transferred.
Congregational A. of Churches
The spring meeting of the Mau
Alolokai and Lanai Congregationa
.Vssociaticn of Churches was conven
d at Hana, Thursdav March 23rd
With the delegates of the churches
came also the delegates of the Sun
day schools and socletiep of Christian
The entire representation presen
of these organizations numbered
about f'irty, of whom fifteen wer
preachers. Many of the lay dele
gates were womer, who showed much
The sessions of the different or
ganizations were sandwiched in be
tween one another, the delegates of
one body sitting as actual or curres
ponding members of other bodies
With the exception of thf hours given
to dinner and supper, meetings were
being held nearlvthe entire time,
from eight in the morning till nine at
night, aiid this was kept up for over
Rev. Isaac D Iaea of Haiku was
moderator of the Association, arid
v as rlso moderator of the Sunday
school Association. Hon J. W.
Kalua was chosen to be moderator
of the meeting to be held at Wailuku
Among the most important mat
ters which came before the meeting
was the call of Rev. D. W. K White
of Lanai, to be associate psstor with
Rev. S. Kapu of Wainee Church,
Lahaina, who will be installed
Sunday. Mr. White has done good
work ori Lanal and deserved his pro
motion. Re. M. Lutera, late acting
pastor at Waihee, was called and
ppo'nted to be pastor of the
churches at Makena and Kanaio.
License to preach were granted
Mr. Santos of the Paia Portuguese
church and Mr. Higashiof the Japan
ese church of Puunene.
Resolutions were passed asking
the churches to contribute to the
Hawaiian Hoard, the Am. Board
and the Am. Mis. Association. As
the Hawaiian Board has practically
closed its independent work in the
foreign fields, the Am. Board is the
proper organization for the churches
to continue their interest in such
work, and as the Am. Mis. Associa
tion. in the tntrest of the work among
the Chinese and Japanese, is contrib
uting several thousauds of dollars to
the work here, carried on by the
Hawaiian Board, it is fitting for the
churches to give this treat organiza-
ior. their support.
A resolution was also passed ask-
ng the churchrs to keep Forefathers
Day. Sunday the 9th. of April, by
appropriate addresses in the work
of the Missionary Fathers and bv
contributions to the fund being
raised for the erection of a monu
ment to their memory. The fund
now in the hank amounts to over
four hundred dollars-.
Mr. Emerson held the pastors In
stitute, and on Sunday, the 26th.,
over two hundred were present at
the Sunday School concert, five
schools being represented.
On Wednesday morning the Right
Reverend Henry Bond Restarick
Bishop of Honolulu, arrived in own
to perform what is to Wailuku a
unique cermonv, that of instituting
and admitting members into a junior
branch of the St. Andrews Brother
hood nnd a junior branch of the
Daughters of the King. The one to
do work amongst girls and the other
to work am'ngst hoys. The candi
date have heeii pyepared and are in
charge of Cant i Jl alt. who with the
idea that no Ae knows and can
throughly understand boys so well as
a boy, and the same with gi'ls has
been the means of starting the two
'giir.izations here in Wailvku. On
Thursdav nfterenon during a verv
inv.iresivp service the candidates
On Wertnesda-- evfning, before a
full convr gatinn, during a service
ongto he remembered for its solem
nity, the Bishop confirmed a clas
of B ys and girls.
R. A. Elect Officers
The annual meeting of the Maui
Racing Association was held last
Saturday evening at the Maui Hote
at which time the following -fficers
were elected: President. G. B
Robertnn; Vice President, James
Kirkland; Secretary. D L. Meyer;
Treasurer, George B. Schrader.
The Executive Committee elected
and composed of W. T. Robirson
M. L Decker and A. Enr v Jr . will
report to ;'ne association at tVe
meeting the first Saturday in May
their program of the events, and
The events will he made with the
idea th; t any or all who own houses
may enter them, and the races will
not he made with the idea of admit
'ing M.mi horsrs only as theve was
some talk recently.
The purses while not a large as
in former years will be large enough
to warrant printing horses from the
other Hands shoulu the owners so
It was definitely decided thtt Jul
4th. would continue to be the race
day regcrdless of what other dis
tricts might do, as this is the on'v
day of the year on which it is feasi
ble to hold a race meet, and not
conflict with the plantations
Extensive and necssary repairs to
stables, grandstand and
track will be started immediately.
Election Of Officers.
At the annual meeting of the
Maui Racing Association held at
Wailuku, Maui, April 1st, 1905, the
following officers were elected to
serve during the ensuing year:
0. R. Robertson - - President
Jas. Kirkland - Vicj President
D. L. Meyer - - Secretary
Geo. B. Schrader - Treasurer
Executive Committee: W. T.
Robinson, .M. L. Decker and A.
Enos Jr. S.
I). L. MEYER, Secretary.
Wailuku Maui April :i, 1905.
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
D. L. Myer and Dickey Davis of
the Maui Wine & Liquor Co. were at
Puunene one day this week. They
remembered the boys at the Club
Arthur Douse came up from Hono
lulu Wednesday and will wcrk for the
H. C. & S. Co.
There was quite a heavy rain in
this vicinity Sunday night ard Mon
day which put the roads in good con
dition and increased the water sup
The erection of Jas. Fantom's
house at Puurene has been begun
and will be completed as soon as
possible. Mr. Fantom expects to be
married sometime in the early part
Jas. Shaw gave a luau at his home
in Kahului to his many friends there
to celebrate the birthday of his
adopted child. After every one had
enjoyed the fine luau the rooms were
cleared and dancing indulged in for a
A party chaperoned by Mrs. PecK
of Hamakuapoko went up to the
crater last Saturday intending to
spend a couple of days at the top of
Postmaster Kinrey of Kahului is
on the sick list.
Captain Neilsen is on his way to
his old home at Sonderburg, Ger
Geo. Mayfield of Puunene leaves
today for a short business trip to the
Mr. Geo. Keneys many friends at
Puunene and Sprekelsville will give'
him a bachelor's d'nner at the Pu-
nene Club house this evening. Very
extensive preparations have been
made and this will probably be one of
t!;e most elaborate dinners given
here. Mr. J.N. S. Williams has been
chosen toast master for the evening.
About thi-ty rive are expected to
be present The engagement of
Frank Alexander at d Miss. Swun of
Piiii h is Peen announced
F. P. Roseerans of Hana has hei r,
ii central Mui visitor this week.
Guests at Maui Hotel.
J. R. Daggett, San Francisco; J.
G. Rothwell, ,V. H. Heen, Alexander
Lindsay, Jr , J. Harris Mackenzie, C.
W. Ashfora, R. A. Duncan, J. H.
Raymond, Honolulu; R. F. Engle. W.
A. Engle, F. A. Alexander, Paia; F.
P. Roseerans, Hana; W. L. Decoto
and G. H. Dunn, Lahaina.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE OF SALE
OF REAL PROPERTY
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
GEORGE FORSYTH, late of Kula, MhuI, Do
Notice Ik hereby given that under ami by
virtue of a certain order made and issued hy
the Honorable A. N. KETOIKAI, Judgo ot the
Circuit Court of tlie Second Circuit, Territory
ot Hawaii, Kitting in probate, dated March
Ifuh., A. U. 11KJS. I WILL SELL AT PUULIC
AUCTION, at the front door of the Court
House in Wailuku, Island of Maui. Territory of
Hawaii, on Monday the 21th. day of April, A. D.
lUifi, beKinuinit at Vi o'clock noon o said dav,
fi the blithest and best bidder for eaih, all of
ti.-j following dc-crit-d Real Property or in
terest th-irein. belonging to the Estate of said
deceased, to win
First: All of that certain piece, parcel or
lot of la:id. at i'lilehufki, containing an aria
of S 3.) Acres, loruti d as aforesaid in Kula,
Island of Maui, Territory of Huvuil, and being
the same premises described in Royal Patent
No. 1217, iir.il being the same premises convened
to George Forsyth deceased, by deed of KahiKl
Hi lebua. dated Juno JKnd. lW.'K. recorded In
Liber Is ', on pages IMi and lfl of the Register
Second: That c rtain piece, parcel or lot
of land lit Omaopio, Kula. Islau" of M ini,
Territory of Hawaii, containing an area of ttl
Acres, b'-lng .the same premises described in
de-d fn m Samuel Kaill to George Forsyth
deceased, dated the day of Juno, 1K.W, ai d
aptiearln f of record in Liber on pages i-tj
and ISii of the Register of Conv yauees.
Third: That certain piece, parcel or lot of
laud situ tted at Omaopio aforesaid, containing
iV.V) Acres and being the same premises de
scribed la deed from Halekala Ranch Co., to
G-srge Forsyth deceased, dated May the ITth.
Fourth: All the undivided one-half interest
of the Kr talo of said deceased in and to that
certain lot. piece or parcel of land, with the
building! thereon, altuated near the Leahua
School, la the town of Lahaina, Island of Maul,
Territory of Hawaii, containing an area of
about mini) square foet, aud at present being
uuder lease to and occupied by one Watanabe.
Fifth: Also the undivided one-balf Inturest
of the Estate of said deceased in and to that
certain lot with the buildings thereon, situated
near the Episcopal Church, In the town ot
Lahalua aforesaid, and containing an area of
about 3"I0 square feet, and at present being
under lesse to and occupied by one Okomura,
The tlrst, second, and third lots above de.
scribed are to be sold subject to a certain in
denture of mortgage executed by George
Forsyth during his lifetime In favor of utong
Hong for the sum of $11(10.11), with interest, said
mor'-ai, ) being dated July 22nd. ltf2; and the
fourth and Uftb lota 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 HI3.XS. bear
ing date the IHth. day of March, l'W, and ap
pearing of record in Liber 21.1. on pages o.Y
35H, and :ti7 of the Register of Conveyances.
Sale subject to continuation by the Court.
Deeds at the expense of the purchaser.
For further particulars apply to Jamus L.
Coke. Attorney at Law, Wailuku, Maul.
Dated at Wailuku. March I'Krd., A. D I9U&.
ADAM tORSYT h.
Executor of tt.e Last Will sua Testament o'
George Forsyth, deceased.
J as, L. CoK't,
At'orney for said Estate and Auctioneer.
Mar. 25, .v;..il I, H, 15, u.
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