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'THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1 90S
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A . N. Knpolkl, Circuit Judfte, WsIIuku
Edmund M.Hart. Ulerk Oi roult Court, Wfttluku
Judge W. A. McKay DtHt. Mkgintrata, Wailuku
" Chas. Copp, " "
' Kunukau, " '
J. Kalama, " '
Pllmanu, " "
" McOorriston " "
" KaboohalaDala, "
L. M. Baldwin, Sheriff,
W. E. Saffery, Deputy Shenfi
C. R. Lindsay " "
Edgar Morton, "
F. Wlttrock, "
Tsaao Cockett, " "
W. Kaluaklhl " "
H. Iwlona, " "
H. 7j. Kalpo, " "
J. Walamau, '
W. T. Robinson, Tax Assessor,
3. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor.
F. Tavares i '
Punn, ' "
f.. Router, ' " "
The Maul Hotel has just installed
a floe line of cigars.
Read the A. N. Sanford advertise
racnt in this issus.
Tomorrow is Easter Sunday. The
call for the County election is pub
hshed in this issue.
Tomorrow is the day for the new
spring creations in gowns and bon
nets to make their debut.
V. G. Scott offers his home, lot
and ternery for sale at a bargain
See advertisement on page 6 ot this
Ye men folks if you wish to be in
harmony with the day will see to it
that you come out tomorrow in your
"new best" spring suit.
Moses Kauhimahu gives notice that
he 'will not be responsible for any
debts contracted in his name without
a written order signed by him.
, Telephone or send to the Maples
Drug Store for your drugs, chemicals
or toilet articles. Jce Cream and
cold Soda Water served Sundays-
The Portuguese and Hawaiian land
owners of the Nahiku district are
going into the rubber industry
Some now have trees planted, wUle
others have nurseries.
Job printing in all its branches
which has .a distinctiveness and is
characteristic of good work can be
had at the Maui News Office. "The
Home priutery shop."
V. A. Vetlesen offers mens 'Blue
serge and cheviot suits from 7.50 up
wards. He also carries a line of mens
white' duck "trowbers. Vests. 1 linen
f" Hnctei'k. anrl fit.hpp imnts f urnis hihi
n - n
The Executive committee of the
Maui Racing Association held an in
f. formal meeting la it Saturday even-
iug at the Maui Hotel and arranged
a program for the" July 4th facts,
which will be submitted to the Asso
ciation at their May meeting.
By a misunderstanding he News
announced last week that Mr. John
Dow, had resigned his position as
luna', instead of superintendent f
Honolua ditch and takes this oppor
tunity to make the criecti n. Mr.
Dow had lunas under h.m. '
The Roiird Board have men ano
teams at work wideu'.ut; and grading
the road from the school house to
wards the town (if Kahului. Thi is
a road which lias long been nc gli'ftid
and on account of th hfavy travel is
in a bad condition especially in rainy
SThe baseball seasion opens in Hon
olulu May 6 and extends to Septem-
Voir 1ft tt-ithnnt Similar- nnmpe
N. C. Nicholson of Redhouse and
Nicholson, is repairing the tower
clock of St. Anthony's church. Mr.
Nicholson will be in Lahaina next
(Jf.iiiu David Iman of the Wai
ht, a Sanation Army Corps is solicit
ing monthly subscriptions to defray
the expenses of the corps. The meet
ings are well attended and the work
ers ask for deserving assistance.
Beautify your home with "Kin
lock," the ready to mix, not ready
mixed house paint. The buildings at
the St. Louis fair painted with Kin
lock were the envy of other paint
Wailuku School Notes
Friday being Good Friday there
was no School.
On Tuesday last the Misses Crook
spent the day with us.
Wednesday morning Dr. Weddick
paid our school a visit.
There will be a game of Baseball
on Sunday, April 23th 1905, at 2:30
P. M. between the Junior Stars and
the Alohas. All are invited.
The day for the concert has been
fixed for May 1st. An excellent
programme has been arranged, and
a large crowd'is expected.
Mrs. John Richardson has return
ed from Honolulu, !
Miss Hadley entertained Misses
Parke and Alexander on Tuesday.
The services of Holy Week were
conducted as previously announced.
H. Ejiri is the priest of the Shingon
Budnhist sect, by the kindergarten.
The widening of tbeteridge over
the canal will be a vCry welcome im
The new house of worship belonging
to the Christian Scientists is ready
for use. It is well arranged for their
At 7 o'clock on Wednesday morniug
ihe steamers- Likelike, Claudine and
Noeau were anchored in a group near
Acting Manager Scrimger is care
fully inspecting the cane fields, and
the affairs of the Pioneer Plantation
There are about sixty children In
the Japanese day school. The ses
sions are held from 2 to 5 p. m. Rev.
S. Fujii is the principal. i
About ten of the Lahaina Japanese
have left town, en route for Seattle.
It is not certain, however, that they
will securo permanent employment in
The gifted Honolulu artists paint
ed 26 lovely pictures, during thf ir
sojourn of two weeks in Lahaina.
One day an exhibition of these paint
ing9 was held at the Baldwin House.
A very pretty home wedding oc
curred on Thursday evening at Puu-
nene, when the Re?. William Ault of
the Church of the Good Sbephard,
Wailuku," united in marriage Geo. L.
Keeney, bookkeeper of the Hawaian
Commercial and Sugar Co., and
MtsR, Edith Lewthwaite of Oakland.
Mr. Kd. Keeny, brother to the
groom, was best man and Miss. Kate
Keeney,' acted as bridesmaid.
. The presents' were many, showing
that Mr. and Mrs. Keeney had
-host of friends.
They will take up their residence
in 'a' newly "erected home built : for
them on the avenue at Puunene.
M-. and Mrs. Carl. Waldeyer, and
Mr; arid 'Mrs. J. J.; Corel!, 'ware the
ohly fri- nds preetit. v
Sparks Set Cane Afire
A spark from locomotive of the
Wailuku Sugar Co. set fire to one. .of
the fieids of cane Wednesday fore
poon and before thp tire was ext'n
gunhed had burned nearly an acre
of u rowing cane.
The fire stated between the flume
and the railroad track a few yards
above and to the Waihee ide of the
mill and for a tiip4 it looked as
thouL'h'the hichessle work which
up port the fVtrfne across the vailey.
was doomed, but the fire br'gade of
the plantation did such excellent and
rapid work that the structure was
The Wailuku Volunteej fire Com
pany's two hose wagons turned out
but were unable to render any as
Registered at Maui Hotel
Theodore and Harold Nickelsen,
Puunene; E. T. Parsons San Francis
co; C. A. Brunt, W. H. Rice, Dr. E.
C. Waterhouse, C. C. Eakin, E. M.
Watson and Chester A. Doyle Hono
H. M. Gitte!, C. F. Herrick, Q.
H. Berrey, D. L. Austin, Honolulu.
Converting A Tree Into News-
Papers. The directors of a great
paper factory at Elsenthai, Ger
many, in which American methods
have been introduced, have set a
remarkable record id co-operation
with a newspaper. At 7.35 in the
morning three trees were cut .down
in the woods surrounding the factory
and carried to the pulp mills, after
having been' deprived of their bark
and branches as fast as a score of
menco;ld work. They were instant
ly transformed into paper, and at
9.34 the first roll of .paper, was
ready. The press room of the paper
was two miles off, and . the paper
was rushed there in an automobile
with do loss of time, anu immediately
fed to the presses.
AtlO o'clock sharp the first, copies
were sold, printed on paper which
two hours and twenty-five minutes
before bad been waving in the morn
ing breeze. Inland Printer.
The Kahului store which i9 be-
coming popular as "The People's
Store" has an announcement in this
week's News which will interest the
gentler sex and men ot fashion.
The announcement is to the effect
that the store is in receipt of a
handsome line of ladies' ready to
wear bonnets of the well known
Roloto make, and comprise all that
is newest and attractive in the
spring shapes and fashionable colors
in this seasou's creations of millinery.
For the men folks who are anxious to
follow the styles and designs iu up-to-date
tailor-made clothes, , without
going to the additional expense of
having to be clothed by local tailors
who cannot follow the ever changing
fashions or carry a complete stock
of the newest fashionable patterns,
the Kahului store offers a very full
line of men's ready to wear tailored
clothes from the wellknown Pacific
Coast house of Hoffman and Roth
child. An early inspection tc-day of
the bonnets or clothes will permit
of appearing Easter morning in as
correct styles as though the purchas
er was in San Francisco.
Luau In Honor of Miss C. M. Snow
On Saturday the 15th. inst., a very
enjoyable entertainment was given by
the pupils of Maunaolu Seminary. It
was a generous "Luau" in honor of Miss
Snow the retiring Principal. The invited
guests were the Trustees of the school
with a few other friends, and many of
the parents who had taken great pleasure
in helping their children towards making
the occasion a success.
The event came as a complete surprise
to Miss Snow, who was persuaded to
to pass the previous twenty-four hours
in paying a visit and was totally ignorant
of all that was being done. The day of
the feast was a perfect one, it had been
succeeded by a storm, . but all the pre
parations were made Just as gaily, even
to gathering shell-fish and moss from the
shore and garlands from tha forest, and
on the well loaded tables in the large
dining hall were meats and delicacies
done to a tarn which were greatly en
joyed by all.
The girls had asked Rev. Mr. Emerson
to act as master of cermonies and after
dining the company adjourned to the
large hall adjoining and enjoyed the
program they had arranged. .Mr. Hardy
spoke for the trustees, : Rev., Mr. Iuea
and Mr. Kiinui for the parents. Qifts
were made by each of the classes and a
beautiful farewell ode. was sung by the
pupils, which was composed by one of
their number. To all that was so heartly
said and done in her. praise, Miss Snow
responded most feelingly, and the entire
event impressed.those present with the
strength of the bond that has been grow
ing during the past two years between
her and her pupils and the high esteem
in which she is held by teachers, trustees
and all who have come to know her.
Judge Kepoikai this week granted
a divorc to Louisa Kalani from
Leiau Kalani on the grounds of ex
treme cruelty and non support. Mrs.
Kalani was allowed to assume her
maiden name of Forsyth.
Takeshi Fugikawa filed a damage
suit on April 17th against t.ie Wai-
uku Si-gar Co. f r $15000, and
special damages of $300, for his
hospital bill. Takeshi is the Jap
anese who claims he was injured by
being struck on the knee and foot by
a piece of rock caused by the blast
ing at the tunnels of the Vail"ku
Sugar Co. on March 8. J. L. Coke
and J. M. Vivas are attorneys for
AwaiShizue Koshi, a minor, by her
mother Shimo Koshi, has brought
suit against Makino Sbiukichi for the
annulment of the marriage. Awui
is but 13 years and 6 months old, bdt
that did not deter Makino from ap
pearing with his bride elect before
the Rev. Nua on April 9, with a
duly acknowledged license of mar
riage. This was cone so the parents
their itnowledge or
consent and they wish the mart iage
annuled. J. L. Coke is for the pro
secution and W. F. Crockett for the
Onl and Owo, were arrested in
Wailuku, charged with driving with
out a license, although they hold a
license issued by the deputy sheriff
of Lahaina. The case is set for a
hearing on May 5.
Several minor offenders charged
with assult and battery etc. had
their hearing before Judge Mckay.
ewnch "How'd you ue laloue
at the dinner?" Mrs. Newrich
"Fine. ben they at uie with a
tork, I done it, to, so as uut to let
Vm ste their break. ''-i-New York
KEANAB TO KAILUA ROAD.
Proposals will be received at the office
of the Supt.of Public Works, Honolulu,
T. H., until u o'clock M. of April 24th,
1905, for constructing extension of the
road from Keatme towards Kailua, Maui,
Plans and specifications are on file with
the Asst. Sunt, of Public Works, and
with M. H. Keuter, Chairman, Hana
Road 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 iu a sealed envelope, addressed
to C. S. Holloway, Supt. of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. H., 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
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
GEORGE FORSYTH, late of Kulu, Maul, Do
Notice U hereby given that under and by
virtue of a certain order mado and Issued by
the Honorable A. N. KEPOIKAI, Judtfo of the
Circuit Court of the Second Circuit, Territory
of Hawaii, sitting In probate, dated March
1Mb., A. D. 1905, 1 WILL SELL AT PUULIC
AUCTION, at the front door of the Court
House in Wailuku, Island of Maul, Territory of
Hawaii, on Monday the 21th. day of April, A. D.
1905, beginning at 12 o'clock noon o Ha Id da; ,
to the highest and best bidder for cash, all of
the following described Real Property or In
terest therein, belonging to the Estate of Bald
deceased, to wit:
First: All of that certain piece, parcel or
lot of land, at Pulebuikl, containing an area
of 6.33 Acres, located as aforesaid in Kula
Island of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, and being
the same premises described in Royal Patent
No. 1217, and being the same premises conveyed
to George Forsyth deceased, by deed df KahlUi
Helehua, dated June 32nd. I8, recorded in
Liber 183, on pages 150 and 151 of the Register
Second: That certain piece, parcel or lot
of land at Omaopio, Kula, Island of Maul,
Territory of Hawaii, containing an area of 31
Acres, being .the same premises described In
deed from Samuel Kalli to George Forsyth
deceased, dated the ' day of June, 1898, and
appearing of record in Liber 183, on pager 149
and 150 of the Register of Conveyances. ,
Third: That certain piece, parcel or lot of
land situated at Omaopio aforesaid, containing
35.50 Acres and being the same premises de
scribed in deed from Halekala Ranch Co., to
George Forsyth deceased, dated May the 17jh.
1908. ' ' ' ' -' ' ' '
Fourth:'-' All the undivided one-half Interest
of the Estate of said deceased in and to that
certain lot, piece or pared of land, with the
buildings thereon, situated near the Lcabua
School, In the town ot Lahaina, Island of Maul
Territory of Hawaii, containing an area of
about NUOO 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 30O0 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 certain in
denture of mortgage executed by Geoige
Forsyth during his lifetime in favor of voouk
Hong for the sum of $100UW, with Interest, said
mortgage being dated July 22nd. 19U2; and the
fourth and tilth lots or Interest therein ai sbove
described, will be sold subjuct to a mortgage
executed by the said George Forsyth deceased
in favor of the Hawaiian Commero'al and Sugar
Co., a corporation, for the sum of 1413.M, bear
ing date the 18th: day of March, 1403, and ap
penrlng of record In Liber 243, on puges 355,
356, aud 3.V7 of the Register of Conveyances.
Sale subject to- confirmation by thd Court.
Deeds at the expense of the purchaser.
For further particulars upply to Jemcs L.
Coke, Attorney at Law, Wailuku, Muul.; '
Dated at Wailuku, March 23rd., A. D. 11K-5.
Executor of the Last Will and Testament of
George Forsyth, deceased.
JAS. L. COKK,
Attorney for said Estate and Auctioneer.
Mar. 25, April 1, H, 15, 22.
He ''My fu ther is a banker, aud
has nnver been insi:ie a theiitre in his
life." She "Really? My father is
an actor, and has never been inside a
bank in his life. Judy.
Old Friend "Is your part very
difficult to play?" Barnstormer
"Well, ratherl I'm living on one
meal a day and piaying the role of a
man with the gout!" Detroit Free
Oceanic Time Table.
DAT! NAME FROM
April 25, Coptic Yokohama
" 25, Doric San Francisco
" 28, Nevadan.... " "
May 2, Sierra Colonies
" 3, Manuka "
" 3, Ventura. . . .San Fraicisco
" 6, Miowera Victoria
' 9, Siberia Yokohama
" 4 10, Korea San Francisco
April 25, Coptic San Francisco
" ,25, Doric Yokohama
" 26", Alameda. . ..San Francisco
2, Sierra San Francisco
' 3, Manuka Victoria
' 3, Ventura Colonies
' 6, Nevadan. . ..San Francisco
' 6, Miowera Colonies
' 9, Siberia San Francisco
' 10, Korea Yokohama
Date of Departure Kahului.
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Traveler, huntor, cyclist, disciple
and automobilier, all find in the kodak an ally of en
joyment, j He may "press the buton" and leave it to
another to "do the rest" or ha may delve deeper and
solve the charminar mysteries of the dark room.
Eastman kodaks and Eastman supplies the genuine here.
Kodaks $5 to $33 and a full line of
A Manila paper recently printed
According to advices. from Japuii
the Toyo Kaisen Kaisha company ha
large plans for retaining its share of
the transpacific trade and is not in
clined to retire from the field in spite
of the strong ana close competition
which is promised. Besides putting
on new vessels the company Intends
to extend its service to Panama in
stituting what is to be known as the
Manila-Panama line. It is expected
that this line will te opened shortly
after the conclusion of the war.
The senator "Why mustn't I vote
for that bill?" Constituent "De
cause the people don't want it, senat
or." The senator "What have the
people got to do with it? Aiut elec
tion over, hey?'' Louisville Courier-Journal.
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It is made of the finest
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Sold everywhere in bottlo anil keg.
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FORT . .
Election Of Officers.
At the annual meeting of the
.Maui Racing Association held at
Wailuku, Maui, April 1st, lt0.", the
following officers were elected to
serve during the ensuing year:
(i. B. Rohkhtson - - President
Jam. Kikkland - Vice President
D. L. Meyer - - Sec retary
Geo. B. Schrader - Treasurer
Executive Committee: W. T.
Rohinson, M. L. Decker and A.
D. L MEYER, S.crttary.
Wailuku Maui April 3, 1'JO j.