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THE MAUI NEW
SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A l. Kepolknl, Circuit Judge, WbIIuru
Edmund H. Hart. Clerk Circuit (Jourt, Wailuku
Judge W. A. McKay UUt. Magistrate, Walluku
" J. Rerard " " Labaina
" Chas. Oopp, " " Makawao
' Kunukmi, Honuaula
" J. Kalama, " ' Hana
" Pllmanu, ' " Klpahuln
" McCorrlmon ' Molokal
" Kaboobalanala, 11 ' Lanal
L. M. Baldwin, Sheriff, Wailuku
W. R. Salter?, Usputy SberlB Walluku
C. R. LindRay " " Labaina
Edgar Mr.rton, " " Makawao
F. Wlttrock, " Hana
iHaao Cockett, " '' Molokal
" " Klpahulu
Cautalu Pullcu Walluku
W. Kaluaklnt " " Labaina
H. Iwlena, " " Makawao
H. Z. Kaipo, " " Hana
J. Waiamau, ' ' Kalaupapa
W. T. Robinson, Tat Avwsaor walluku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor Wailuk
A. P. Tavarea Pal0
Q. Punn, " " Labaina
M. H. Keuter, " Hana
' Ex Sheriff Baldwin, as Territerlal
Sheriff, dismissed the entire police
force, but Sheriff Saffery reappoint
ed most of them as county police.
The county supervisors have been
in session this week, and are gradual
ly getting county affairs iuto work
It is stated that work will soon be
begun on the Kihel road and bridge,
and also on the Iao Valley road.
There was a large attendance from
Lahaina at the races on Tuesday.
The flimas of Lahaina played an all
Wailuku team at Wells Park on Tues
day afternoon, putting it over the
local team to te tune of 8 to I.
Dont forget that your water rates
for the ensuing six months are now
due, and will become delinquent if not
paid by the 15tb.
Cris Conra.U, lessee of the island
of Kahoolawe warns trespassers
against shooting on the island with
out written permission.
The Hawaiian Commercial and
Sugar Co. will hold their annual
"Harvest Home" dance at Puunene
Mill on Saturday, July 15.
At a meeting of the Maui Racing
Association held on Thursday even
ing it was decided to give .a day's
racing at Spreckels Park on August
Puunene Mill will practically finish
its run for the season today.
The week hc& been showery with
heavy ruins threatened on rentral
Maui, which however failed to
The handsome cottage being erect
ed by Mr. W. T. Robinson on the lot
adjoining the Windsor hotel is prao
tically completed and ready for the
painters. It presents a handsome
appearance and adds much to the
appearance to Main street.
The races at Spreckels Park on
July 4 were quite a success, both
financially and socially, a large at
tendance being present.
The road leading into Kahului from
Wailuku has been much improved,
but will need further macadamizing
before the winter rains set in.
The.succulent and esculent water
melon is largely in evidence, one Jap
near town having a patch of eight
The Wailuku strawberry ia a thing
of beauty and joy, about as Rood as
those which grew in the pasture lot,
The steamer "Maul" arrived at
Kahului this nrorning on her new
time schedule, and will leave for Ho
nolulu on Wednesday evening.
Beginning on Saturday, July 15,
the First National Bank of Wailuku
close at one o'clock P. M. every
Saturday but will be open for business
every Saturday evening from 7 to 8
The regular monthly meeting of
the Improvement Association of
Wailuku will be held at the Wailuku
Courthouse on Thursday evening,
July 13. at 7:30 p. ra., and the pres
ence of all members is is earnestly
There Is renewed talk of anelec
trie light plant in Wailuku, which
would be a welcome and profitable
innovation on our present standard
oil system of lights.
Mangoes in Wailuku are much
affected with a species of blight
which appears both on the fruit and
the leaves, causing the former to
drop off before ripening and the
latter to turn black.
The steamer Kauai will leave
Kahului tomorrow (Sunday) morn
ing for Houolulu to carry mail aud
The Japanese entertainment has been
The Serenaders made several calls on
Mrs. Ford's Emporium was finely deco
rated on the Fourth.
All the officers have been re-commis
The Plantation employees had a rest-
day on the Fourth.
Mr. Faugrot from Michigan is the new
Manager of the Ice Works.
There was a baseball game at Kilohana
Park on the afternoon of the Fourth.
Mrs. Dunn and others attended the
funeral of Father Oliver at Wailuku on
Prominent citizens engaged Mr. Dow's
automobile for a Fourth of July excursion
While engaged in loading a vessel at
Kaauapali, a man was slightly injured
A sagacious gentleman remarks that a
long row of Royal Palms, along the wat
erfront, would be very attractive to
Dr. Burt has begun his practise in this
town under the most favorable auspices,
and alretdy has a large number of
Last Saturday afternoon Bishop Res-
tarick held a confirmation service at the
Church of fhe Holy Innocents, and gave
an excellent address.
Chairman Henning stated that Mr. De-
coto had been appointed Chief of the
Road Department; and that the public
buildings, with the exception of the jail,
had been transferred to the County.
At the auction sale of the Lahaina
Hotel last Saturday, there was only one
bid Mr. Newcombe of Kaanapali secur
ing the property for $ 7,450; this sum be
ing only a few dollars above the mort
gage. It is generally supposed that the
Lahaina Hotel will be practically an
annex of the Pioneer Hotel. For the
present, at least, meals will be served on
ly at the seaside hostelry.
When Postmaster Waal was in San
Francisco, he purchased 135 bronze boxes
for the Lahaina postoffice. These boxes
are of handsome appearance, and of the
latest design. ' They are of three different
sizes. The boxes were all ready for use
on Monday morning. Postmaster Waal
has manifested great interest for the
benefit of the public, and deserves the
thanks of Lahaina citizens. This town
now has the best equipped third class
office in the Islands.
The anniversary of the Japanese Red
Cross Association was celebrated with
much enthusiasm in the Lahaina School
yard, on the afternoon of the Fourth.
The games and other festivities were un
der the direction of Mr. J. Fujiyoshi of
the Lahaina Store. The decorations were
very appropriate. There are 136 members
of the Japanese Red Cross Association in
the Lahaina District. At the close of the
afternoon session, refreshments were
served, and a photograph was taken.
At 10.30 a. m., on the Fourth, a public
meeting was held at the Courthouse, in
order that citizens might offer sugges
tions to the Board of Supervisors in re
gard to the requirements of Lahaina Dis
trict. Mr. Wm. Henning, Chairman of
the Board, presided. Remarks- were
made by Senator Hayselden, Major Now
lien, Judge Ricard, Rev. S. Kapu, Sheriff
Lindsay, Messrs. Newcombe, Gannon
and others. Voted, that the Supervisors
be requested to see that the Lahaina Dis
trict has good roads; that the sewer sys
tem be attended to; that the necessary
steps be taken in regard to the Fire De
partment, and the extension of the Wat
er Works; that a Sanitary Inspector and
Fish Inspector be appointed one man
to hold both offices; that there be a new
building for market purposes, to take the
place of the old market, and that the
stalls be put up at public auction to the
highest bidder; that markets not kept in
good sanitary condition be closed, that
the Supervisors attend to repairing the
courthouse, that there be one working
Road Inspector for the whole District;
that there be a suitable rail for the safety
of passengers landing at the wharf; that,
in addition to the Deputy Sheriff, Cap
tain of Police, and Watchman, there be
four policemen for the District, one of
them to be a Special Officer; that the De
puty Sheriff be, ex officio, Inspector of
Cliff Dwellers Found.
EL PASO (Texas), June 20.
Near MagEuraiacbic, Chihuahua,
Mexico, the remarkable discovery of
a race of cliff dwellers has been made.
The report of their existence is
brought out by Ben Goode a miner,
and Father Mariano Guerrero, a Ca
tholic pried. They live in cliff houses
exactly as the supposedly extinct
race of cliff dwellers lived and subsist
on corn and game killed with crude
weapons. They run at the approach of
strangers. Tbe'.r vocabulary is dif
ferent from auy known in Mexico
and is said to consist of few words.
They are very small.
Base-Ball On Maul.
LAHAINA, July 2. Last Sunday
league game between the Pioneers
and the Ilimaa was the hottest and
most interesting game ever ex
perienced since the opening of the
season. The Fioneers did work at
their best to renew their laurel
over its opponent, but could not
owing to the effective team work
and excellent battery of the Ilimas.
Following is the summary of the
AB. R. BH. Vo. A. E.
J. King, p 4 o I - o a 1
A. Hose, 3b 401 030
Kaialiilii, If 400 I . o O
Poloka, c 4 o o 15 a I
Kema, 2b 4 o t o a 2
Rodrigues ss 4 o a o 4 o
W. Searle, lb... 301 5' a o
Jones, rf 300 030
Naihu, cf 4 o a 3 o o
Toals 33 o 8 24 18 4
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
E. Dunn, cf.... 4 a I a 1 o
Kanamu, lb.... 40 a 70a
D. Espinda, 2b. 4 1 o 311
P. " p. 4 a 1 o 3 o
W. Miner, rf... 40 I 1 o I
J. Espinda-c... 40062a
P. Kaaihue, If. 3 o o 4 00
Buchanan, ss. 31 a 240
Denis, 3b 300210
Total 33 6 7 27 12 6
Runs by innings:
Pioneers 000000000 o
Ilimas 10112001 6
Two base hits, Ilimas 4; Pioneers 1.
Three base hits,, P. Espinda. Struck out,
By P. Espinda 6; King 14. Passed balls,
Joe Espinda a; Poloka 1. Wild pitch,
by King. Time of game, I hr. 45 mins.
Umpires: D. K. Kahaulelio and Jas. L.
Coke. Scorers: W. K. Hoopii and Ka-
The Ilimas also played the All-Wai
luk us at Wells Park on the afternoon
of Independence Day, the game re
sulting as follows:
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
E. A. Dunn, cf . 3 o . o 1 00
D. Kanamu, lb. 4 I a 8 o a
D. Espinda, 2b. 3 3 3 320
P. " P. 4 3 3 I J O
Buchanan, as.- 31a 000
J. Espinda, c... a o o 620
P. Kaaihue, If. 3 o 2 I ' 1 o
W. Miner, rf... 20 1 1 - o o
D. Keoho, 3b.. 301 051
Totals 27 8 14 ai " 13 3
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Meyer, p 201 020
G. Gumming 3b. 3 o 1 231
J. Garcia, 2b s o 1 22a
John Garcia, ss. a o 1 o a I
W. Bal, lb 311 6 10
W. Crowell, If. a o o 1 01
Hookano, c 300 411
Ah Kuai, rf 30.0 000
H. English, cf... a o o 1 1 o
Totals 23 1 s 17 12 6
Runs by Innings:
Wailuku 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Ilimas 00042020s 8
Home run, Philip Espinda. Three
base hit, Philip Espinda. Two base hit
W. Miner, Philip Kaaihue. Struck out
by Philip Espinda 10. Bases on balls by
Philip Espinda 2.
Two base hits, J. Garcia. Struck out by
Meyer 3. Bases on balls by Meyer 2.
Admiral Whiting Retires.
WASHINGTON, July 6. --Rear
Admiral William Henry Whiting will
retire on Saturday.
Rear Admiral William Henry Whit
ing was born in New York City but
was appointed to the naval academy
from Wisconsin in 1860. He served
on the Hartford in the West Gulf
Squadron, 1863-5, and received bono
rable mention fiom Admiral Farra-
gut in general orders for gallant con
duct at the burning of the blockade
runner under the guns of Fort Mor
gan on the night of July 5, 1864; was
given honorable mention by the cap
tain of the Hartford at the battle of
Mobile Bay; was at the surrender of
Fort Gaines; bauled down the Con
federate flag and hoisted the United
States flag; was at the surrender of
Fort Morgan; served on the hear
sarge after the war; successively
commanded the Saratoga, Kear
sarge, Alliance and Monadnock.
In 1899 Admiral (then Captain)
Whiting was on duty at the Norfolk
Navy Yard. In 1902-3 he command
ed the Honolulu naval station aud
while here married one of the Afongs.
From Honolulu he went to take com
mand of the Yerba Buena training
station in San Francisco bay. Rear
Aomiral Whiting was in Honolulu
recently on bis way to sit in a court
martial at Manila. While in this city
he fell from an electric street car
and received a serious scalp wound
that necessitated his return to the
States. , '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of
Mary K. Hutchison, late of Kalau
papa, Molokal, Deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Administration.
On Reading and Filing the Peti
tion of Ambrose K. Hutchison, of
Kalaupapa, Molokai, husband of said
deceased, alleging that Mary K.
Hutchison, of Kalaupapa, Molokal,
died intestate at Kalaupapa, Molo
kai, on the 16th day of May, A. D.
1905, leaving property in the Hawa
iian Islands necessary to be adminis
tered upon, and praying that Letters
of Administration issue to James C.
It is ordered I hat Monday, the
31st day of July, A. D. 1905, at 10
o'clock A. M., be and hereby is ap
pointed for hearing said Petition in
the Court Room of this Court at Wai
luku, Maui, at which time and place
all persons concerned may appear
and show cause, if any they have,
why said Petition should not be
granted, and that notice of this or
der be published in the English lan
guage for three successive weeks in
the "Maui Niws" a newspaper in
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, June 27th,
By the Court:
Seal. EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
- July 1, 8, 15 and 22.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE SECOND CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of
Manoel Pereira Pico, late of Kaupa
kulua, Maui, deceased.
Order for Notice of Hearing Petition
for Probate of Will.
A document purporting to be the
Laft Will and Testament of Manoel
Pereira Pico, deceased, having on
the 13th day of June, A. D. 1905,
been presented to said Probate
Court, and a Petition for the Pro
bate thereof, and for the Issuance of
Letters Testamentary to Joana P.
Pico, having been filed by Joana P.
It is hereby ordered that Monday,
the 24th dav of July, A. D. 1905, at
10 o'clock A M. of said day, at the
Court room of said Court, at Wailuku,
Island of Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
be and the same hereby is appointed
the time and place for proving said
Will and hearing said applicaticn.
It is further ordered, that notice
thereof be given, by publication, once
a week for three.successive weeks, in
the" Maui News," a newspaper pub
lished in Wailuku, Island of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, the last publica
tion to be not less than ten days pre
vious to the time therein appointed
Dated at Wailuku, this 13th day
of June, 1905.
By the Court :
(Seal) EDMUND H. HART,
June 17, 24, July 1, 8.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ADMINISTRATION'S NOTICE TO
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned was on the 1st. day of
June A. D. ' 1905 duly appointed
Administrator of the Estate of
Henry B. Wilkins of Lahaina, Maui,
deceased, by order of the Honorable
A. N. Kepoikai, Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Second Circuit, Terri
tory of Hawaii.
All creditors of said Estate are
therefore hereby notified to present
their claims, duly authenticated,
with the proper vouchers, if any
exist, even if the claim is secured by
mortgage'' on real estate, to the
undersigned at his law office at
Lahaina, Maui, T. H., within six
months from the date of this notice;
said date being the first publication
of this notice; otherwise such claims,
if any, will be forever barred.
Dated at Lahaina, Maui, June 24,
A. N. HAYSELDEN,
Administrator of the Estate of Henry
B. Wilkins, deceased, of Lahaina,
Maui, T. H.
June 24. July 1, 8, 15.
NOTICE OF TRESPASS FOR THE
ISLAND OF KAHOOLAWE.
ALL WHOM IT MAY
You and everyone of you are here
by notified that any one found tres
passing, or shooting any animal or
animals of whatsoever kind, on this
Island, without my written perm is.
sion, will be prosecuted to the full
extent of the law.
C. C. CONRADT, Lessee.
July 1, 8, 15, 22.
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