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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A . N. Knpnikftl, Circuit fudge, Walluitii
Edmund H. Hurt, Clerk Circuit Court. Walluku
Judge W. A. McKay Dint. Magistrate, Walluku
" Chan. Copp, " "
Kunukau, " '
" J. Kalama, " 1
" Pllmanu, " "
" McCorristnn " "
" Kahoobalanala, " '
tn M. Baldwin, Sheriff,
W. B. SafTery, D?puty SheriB
C. R. Lindsay " "
Edgar Morton, " "
P. Wlttrock, " '
iRaao Cockett, 1
H. Iwlona, " "
V. Z. Kaipo, " "
Walamau, " "
. T. Robinson, Tax Assessor,
K. Keola, Deputy Assessor.
Tomorrow is Palm Sunday.
April 21 is Good Friday.
Wailuku now has three meat
Wailuku mill commenced grinding
again n'.ghts on Wednesday.
1- Tho T.arlloo fJnilrl will mppt. npvt.
'Tuesday at the home of Mrs. li. IS.
The Bismark Stables received two
teams of hack horses by theClaudine
The building of the Hygeia' Soda
Works at Kahului is rapidly assum
jng an attractive shape,
Mr. J. L. Kee'en has been advised
from Washington, that his patent
for a spark arrester has been grant
The cruiser Boston baS been
ordered to Honolulu as the station
ship of the Territory to succeed the
The Maui Dry Goods & Grocerv
Co.. offer their customers a new line
of ladies fancy goods, trimmings'etc
See their ad. in this issue.
Anyone desiring a select diurroud
ring, a diamond and ruby riug or u
set of ear rings can have same at
sacrifice by aoplving at the Fiist
National Bank, Wailuku. '
"Kinloch is a semi paste, re
quiring merely the addition of pure
raw oil, gallon for gallon, no moe
no less, and nothing else, to make
ready for the brush.
W. A. Wyman ' former captain of
J the Noeau was found dead in his bunk
Sunday morning early. Captain
Wyman was second mate of the S. S,
" '' Superintendent Holloway adver
tises for bids for the constructing of
the Keanae-Kailua road. Bids will
be received up to 12:00 noon on
The Maples Drug htore was
thrown open to the public las
Wednesday evening. A fine line of
cigars is carried, an! a soda wat r
fountain will be installed lat'-r.
Camp 1 store, Spreckelsville, will
. soon occupy their spacious airy and
well lighter! .-.tore room which is a
great improvement of the old one,
ana" the stock can be arranged to
Read the advertisement of the Maui
Soda & Ice Woiks in this issue it
you need pure fruit flavors in soda
water, J)'rhw Dairy butter,
eastern oysters, or pure crystal
Until recently the Japanese up
i Up Valley have beeu iu the habit of
throwing (iL..uuim cnarreu oouies oi
mongoose in the stream. It has also
been rfj-atted that the Portuguese
jkili the wild cat and toss their re
trains into the stream.
President Lincoln, the Martyred
President of the United States was
asasinated by Wilkes Booth, forty
years ago yesterday while attending
a performance at Fords theatre to
see Laura Keene in the plav ''Our
American Cou in."
Honolulu April 11. Ihe bill to
give the Wireless Telegraph Com
jany a subsidy of $1000 a month
when presented for third reading
developed serious opposition. IIol
stein attacked it as being an ex
travagant measure and it was plain
that many in tho House agreed
that the whole institution could be
run for much less than the amount
of fhe subsidy. Holstein moved
the indefinite postponement of the
bill, but Harris saved it for the
time being by moving its postpone
ment until today.
John Recara received his commis
sion as District Judge a few days
A Chinaman named Lee died in the
Wo Hing Club House on Monday,
after a long illness.
On Monday afternoon it was re
ported at the Pioneer Mill, that a
fire was consuming the cane in the
northern fields. The firemen hurried
up to Kaanapall, and discovered that
it was a needless alarm.
Several weeks ago a large cylin
der was badly damaged at the mill.
The broken cylinder was removed
and new machinery was substituted
A short distance'west of the man
ager's house, there is a small neglect
ed cemetery, -in which the deceased
patients of the Marine Hospital were
buried, more than half a century
ago. Almost the only head board
which is still leurible bears the follow
SAMUEL W. PEASfc:
DIED OCTOBER 23RD. 1846.
AGED 19 YEARS AND 10 MONTHS.
The new class rooms at Lahaina
luna were in use for the first time
on MonJay. The Rev. O. P. Eraer
fon eave an exellent address, and
there was a flag-raising with ap
Mr$. John W. Searle has been on
the other side of the island for
Mr. Fredrick H. Hayseldn and
his son Fred are expected to arrive
from the large island soon.
Misses Turner and Babb of Wai
luku, wore entertained last week by
Miss N A. Holden and Mrs. M. B
Mr. and Mrs. August Haneberg
were at Olowalu plantation last
Mr. John Gibb has secured a
position at Kihei.
Repairs on the steeple of .Maria
Lanakili Church were comureted on
Monday. Five men haveNfcen -m
ployed for 2J weeks, and the con
tract price was $280.
Five or six pupils of the Japanesti
nig'.'t school are about to leave the
islands. They expect to find more
remunerative business in Seattle.
Father Oliver bus arranged sei
vices for Holy Week as follows:
Palm Sunday, April 16, Blessing
and distribution of the paimsallOo'
clock; Holy Thursday, High Mass
and sermons at 9 o'clock; Good Fri
day, Stations of the Cross ani ser
mons at 9 o'clock; Easter Sunday,
So It mn High Mass and sermons, at
10 o'clock; at 1:30 p. m., a luau,
to whom all are invited Ihe pro
ceeds will be added to the fund for
Miss N. A. Hoiden, Miss Rosie A'.
Akeo and several others visited the
new school buildings at Luhainaluna
Mr. Henry Dickenson went to
Honokahau last week, to make
arrangements for building a new
Mrs. Kelly and Miss Park of Hono
lulu occupied rooms at the Baldwin
House during their sketching tour.
Rev. D. W. K. White, the new a
sociate pastor of tie Wainee Churrfi
arrived last week' and couducgthe
services last Sunday. For the last
18 mouths he has been preaching on
Lanai. For the present he will do
the most of the ministerial work at
Wainee and Lanai. Rev. S. Kapu
will devote the greater portion of
his time to the Lahaioaluna School.
Talk Further Improvements
The regular monthlj meeting of
the Wailuku Improvement Associ
ation was held last Thursday even
ing at the court house and a fairly
good sizid membership was in at
tendance despite the stormy even
ing. D. H. Case who presided, after
the readiui; of the minutes of the
previous meeting, called for the re
port of the various committees.
Dr. Weddick for the Morgue com
ruittee reported that the matter of
the chosen building and site, was
awaiting a final hearing of the Pub
lic Works Department who had been
The matter of the appropriations
for any given island beiuj; useJ ex
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
The dinner giyen Mr. Geo. Keeney
by his gentlemen friends last Satur
day evening at Puuoene was a great
success as a dinner and thoroughly
enjoyed by all. The dining room was
tastefully draped with American and
Hawaiian flags and a large bell was
suspf neded over Mr. Keeney. The
seats were so arranged so that all
faced toward the center of the room.
An elaborate menu consisting of ten
courses was served, interspersed
with recitations, sonfes, speeches and
toasts. Some of the contributors of
the evening were Mr. Wesccalt re
citation, Dr. Dicegar speech, Mr.
Mr. Walsh song, Mr. Thorsen song,
Mr. Searby speech, Mr. Lougher
song, and Mr. Ed. Keeney speech.
Mr. Williams as toast-master of the
evening gave several very good
toasts to which Mr. Geo. Keeney re
sponded in a short speech in which
he expressed his high appreciation
of all that had been done In his honor.
With the excaption of ono or two all
those invited were present, about
thirty-six were seated at the table,
Mr. Geo. W. Carr assistant super
intendent of railway mail service
for Hawaii has been visiting Maui
Mr. ana Mrs tnis. itiorsen were
presented with a boy baby this
Mr. R. W. Filler is sporting a new
Mrs. Ranney Scott of Honolulu
spent a few hours with Mrs. J. N. S.
Miss Carlson who for some time
past has been acting at governess
for Mrs. L. Von Tempsky left Tues
day fi.r a tour of Hawaii. She leaves
shortly for the coast.
clustvely for that island and not di
verted to another was brought up
and chairman Case explained that
while at the Capitol he had talked
with both Senators and Represonta
lives and believed them to be a
unit iu tlie sentiment in seeing that
the appropriaoions should be used as
Rev Ault for the church clock
committee asked for further time in
which to make a complete report
The extension was granted
The committee on lamp posts and
sites reported either work complet
ed, winch report was accepted after
one or two minor changes has been
Th city water committee made an
examination of the inlet up Iao and
recommended that 2800 feet, of the
3 inch pipe be taken out and an 8 or
10 inch pipe at the least a 6 inch pipe
be Substituted. The proposed ex
tension will cost $3500.00. They
were granted until the following
meetiug to report still further.
The aporopriation committee liad
no written report ready but stated
that they were neotiatim' to have
old appropriations renewed.
The Public Hail Comm'ttee report
ed progress and asked for further
time which was granted under the
head of r.ew business the old com
plaint of estray.s damaging to lawns
and hedges was voiced and a reso
lution instructing the road board to
communicate with sheriff UuUlwin
asking appoint of police officers who
should have the full authority to take
such action in pic-lr.iitr up and irr.-
poundi. g animals and other measures
as would lead to immediate and per
S. 13. Harry as inspector of the
new jail and fhe station, urged that
the association taae such .steps as
would obtain an additional appro
priation over and above the special
appropriation of 5000.00 to complete
properly to above building, grade
the yard, erect a suitable fence, lay
a concrete hide walk and furnish a
fire bell, which was not included in
the building estimate. After consi
derable discussion the matter was
i referred to the Executive Committee.
Adjournment was taken to pei.nit
of this committee going into session.
The Executive Committee will re
commend $;J0U0.00 for grading the
yard, $3000.00 for proper side walks
ou Wailuku's main street aud the ex
tending of the fire tower to permit
the placing of a tire bell also recom
mended. Judge-"The next person who in
terrups the proceedings of this court
will be expelled from the room!"
Prisoner "Hoo-rayl Whoopee-ee!
Now, lemme got Chicago News.
" Let me see, a cynic is a man rho
is tired of the world, is be net?" the
vountr student of language usk'-d
"No, no, my child," replied the
knowing tutor; " a cynic is a man of
whom the world u tired. Pick l
KEANAB TO KAILUA ROAD.
Proposals will be received at the office
of the Supt. of Public Works, Honolulu,
T. H., until i o'clock M. of April 24th,
905, for constructing extension of the
road from Keanae towards Kailua, Maui,
rians and specifications are on file with
the Asst. Supt. of Public Works, and
with M. II. Renter, Chairman, Hana
Roaii Board, Maui, copies of which will
be furnished intending bidders on receipt
of $5.00. which sum will be returned
after depositing hid and returning plans
No proposal will be entertained unless
submitted on the blank forms furnished,
enclosed in a sealed envelope, addressed
to C. S. Holloway, Supt. of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., endorsed " Proposal
for Road, Keanae to Kailua Road, Maui,"
and delivered previous to 12 o'clock M.
on the day specified.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. H., April 4, 1905.
Apr. 15 22.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE OF SALE
OF REAL PROPERTY
IX THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
GEORGE FORSYTH, late of Kula, Maul, De
Notice Is hnreby given that under und by
virtue ol a certain order mude and Issued by
the Honorable A. N. KEI'OIKAI, Judtfo of the
Circuit Court of the Second Circuit, Territory
of Hawaii, sitting In probate, dated March
15th., A. D. ID05, 1 WILL SELL AT PUHLIC
AUCTION, at the front door of tho Court
House in Wailuku, Island of Maul, Territory of
Hawaii, on Monday the 34th. day of April, A. L
1115. beginning at 12 o'clock noon o said day,
to the highest and best bidder for cash, all of
the following described Real Property or In
terest therein, belonging to the Estate of said
deceased, to wit:
First:. All of that certain piece, parcel or
lot of land, at I'ulchulkl, containing an area
of 8.33 Acres, located as aforesaid in Kula,
Island of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, and being
the same premises described in Royal Patent
No. 1317, und being the same premises conveyed
to Georgo Forsyth deceased, by deed of Kahikl
Holehua, dated Juno 2-Jnd. 1838, recorded in
Liber 183, on pages 15(1 and IS1 of the Register
Second: That certain piece, parcel or lot
it land at Omaoplo, Kula, Islaui of Maul,
Territory of Hawaii, containing an area of 31
Acres, being .the same premises described in
deed from Samuel Kalll to Georgo Forsyth
deceased, dated the day of June, 1898, and
appearing of record In Liber 183, on pages 149
and I5n of tho Register of Conveyances.
Third: That certain piece, parcel or lot of
laud situated at Omaoplo aforesaid, containing
ii 5i) Acres and being the same premises de
scribed in deed from Halckala Ranch Co., to
George Forsyth deceased, dated May the 17th
Fourth: All the undivided one-half Interest
of the Estate of said doceased In and tp that
certain lot. piece or parcel of land, with the
buildings thereon, situated near the Leahua
School, in the town of Lahaina, Island of Maul
Territory of Hawaii, containing an area of
about 80110 square feet, aud at present being
under lease to and occupied by one Watanabe.
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
Lahaina aforesaid, and containing an area of
about amo square feet, and at present being
undor lease to and occupied by one Okomura.
The first, 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 Leong
Hon for thesumof shkiu.ou, with interest, said
mortga&o being dated July 22nd. 101:2; aud tho
fourth and fifth lots or Interest therein as above
described, will be sold subject to a mortifatte
executed by the said George Forsyth deceased
in favor of the Huwalian Commercial aud Sugar
Co., a corporation, for tho Hum of f II3.M, bear
ing date t'.ie 1st h. day of March, IKM, and ap
pearlnir of record In Liber 43, on paves Sfto,
and 3.'7 of the Register of Conveyances.
Sale subject to confirmation by the Court.
Deeds at the expense of the purchaser.
For further particulars upply to James L.
Coke, Attorney at Law, Wailuku, Maul.
Dated at Wailuku, March 33rd.. A. D. 1SU5.
ADAM KC IlSVTh,
Kxecutor of the I.ust Will and Testament of
Georyo Forsyth, deceased.
J As. L. Cuke,
Attoruey for said Kstate and Auctioneer.
Mar. as, April 1, 8, is. !.
"ffftO Copyright Ac.
Anfonfl sending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Invention is pmhably patentable. Cemmunlra
tlimantrlctlyeonndentltU. HANDBOOK on Patent
aent free, oldest aiiency fur securing patent..
Pateuta taken through Muun & Co. recelT
tptcial notice, without cbsree, tu tha
A handmniely tllnntrated weekly. Lamest clr
culatlun of any scienliO: J'.uriuil. T 'Tii:S, f 3 a
yer: four months. IL Sold by all rwi1Mler.
Urauch Orflce. tS V St Wasutn;;tuii. l. i'.
Election Of Officers.
At the annual meeting ot the
Maui Racing Association held at
Wailuku, Mam, April 1st, 1905, the
following ollicers were elected to
serve during the ensuing year:
G. B. Uobf.ktsos - - I'kksidknt
Jas. Kikkland - Vic j Pkksidkxt
D. L. Mkykh - - Skcketarv
Geo. H. Schkadek - Trkasikkr
Executive Committee: W. T
Robinson, M. L. Dkckkk and A
D. L. MEYER, Secretary
Wailuku Maui April 3, 1905.
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