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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1905
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hnn. A N. Kppolknl, Circuit Judge, Wailuitu
Kclmunrt H. Hurt. Clerk Circuit Court, Wailuku
Judge W. A. McKay Dlst. Magistrate, Wailuku
J. Recard " " Lahafna
" Chas. Copp, " " Makawiio
" Kunuknu, " ' Bonuaiila
" J. Kalama, " ' Hana
" Pilmanu, " " Klpahulu
" McCorrlatoB " " Mulokal
" Kahoohalanala, " ' Lanal
W. T. Robinson, Tax Assemor Wailuku
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assonsor Wailuku
A. F. TavaroH Paia
a. Punn, ' Lahalna
M, H. Router, M " Hana
Wm. Hcnnlng, Supervisor, Chairman Lahalna
W. H. Cornwell, " Wailuku
T. M. Church, " Miikawao
J. H. Halualanl, " Mana
T. T. Meyers, M Molnknl
D. H. Cane, County Attorney
L. M. Hn 111 win, Treasurer
Chan. Wilcox, Auditor
W. F. Kaae, Clerk
Wm. Saffory, Sheriff Wailuku
Krtw. Kogora, Bherins Clorh Walliikii
T. Clark, Dopuly ShertR Wailuku
C R. Lindsay, " " , Lahalna
F.dnnr Mortou, " " Mukawno
F. Wlttrock, " " Harm
J. H. Mataoo, ' " Molokal
Rev. F. Sitz will assist the Uev
W. Ault on Sunday.
Nrlson li. Lnnsiny dpparted f' r
Honolulu ly last night's Kinau.
The Wailuku Fruit Market is in
receipt of a shipment of California
All persons are warned nottotres
pass on the In nils of Kapa and Kepu
r. F. Fiear D. D. will make Wai
lukuhis headquarters for a few day.
thii coming week.
. Mr. von Tempsky and daughters
from Makawao wore equesti iennes of
Iao Valley Monday.
D. C. Lindsay of Paia stopped in
Wailuku Monday en route to Hono
lulu per Mauna Loa.
James L. Coke, attorney at law,
has IG000 to loan, in amounts to suit
applicants, on approved security.
The News regrets to learn of the
death of Dr. Aiken who died at his
home in Makawao last Thursday af-
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Aiken came
down from Puomalei, on horseback,
Tuesday and spent the day at the
Maui wasn't in it with the H. A
C'8 in the baseball game recently
played at Honolulu. What's the
matter with Maui?
Adjutant J. H. Bamberry and wife
are Maui visitors. .Adjutant Bam
berry is in charge ot the Hawaiian
Division of the Salvation Army.
The stockholders of the Maui Wine
and Liquor Co. will hold a meeting on
Wednesday, Nov. 15, for the purpose
of considering an .increase in the
capital stock cf the concern. '
Adjt. Bamberry and wife were
among the incoming passengers on
Tuesday's ferry. Adjt. Bamberry is
well known to Maui people, as he
fomerly had charge of the local Sal
vation Army Corps for several years.
From here the Adjt. was transfered
to California where he had a number
of important appointments, and earn
ed several well deserved promotion;
The Adjutant and his wife, are now
taking charge of the Hawaiian Is
lands and are making their first tour.
A welcome meeting was held Wed
nesday evening, other special meet
ings are announced for Saturday and
Sunday commencing at 7: 45 P. M
Mrs. Walter Drake is making a
tour of Maui with her husband.
George Hawley has severed his
connection with the Wailuku Market
E. Haneberg, formerly of Olowalu
Plantation, has associated himsel
with the Eipahula Cp.
Nelson Lansing of the Wailuku
Sugar Co. will be relieved by his sue
cessor ou November 15.
Hugh M. Coke will assume the
management of the Maui Publishing
Co. from November 1.
Theo. Hoffman, representing the
Alexander Young Co., arrived by the
Kinau Tuesday evening on a business
trip. lie returned last evening.
An Alternative, "Poor fellow
His doctor tells him the only thing
that will cure him is a course of mud
baths, and he can't afford to go to
the mud springs."
"But surely he can go into politics
and let the mud come tohim." Phila
Dr. Charles Davison was in Hono
lulu last week.
Alexander B. K. Ho3e has been
Dr. Franklin Burt rode over to
Wailuku on Tuesday morning.
Improvements are in progress at
the Christian Science Church.
Mrs. Ford has gone to the Puunene
Hospital for treatment.
It is stated that Mr. Crozier and
family will soon remove to Wailuku.
Mrs. Margaret B. MacDonald has
been somewhat indisposed this week.
Mr. Ah Nee and his son Charlie
have opened a store at the northern
end of the island.
Dr. James Mnlonv and family re
turned on Oct. .20, and were warmly
welcomed by many friends.
Rev. Fn'hrr Julian of Wailuku and
Justin of Makawao were in Lahaitia
Dr. Dinepar came over in his new
iiu,omobile several ('ays ago. Mrs.
Diiug;-r uecom paniod him.
Adjutant Bnmberry and wife, of
the Salvation Army, arrived on the
Manager Barckhausen has also re
turned, and has resumed his respon
sible work at the Pioneer Plantation.
Having discharged a large load of
lumber, the schooner Aloha hoisted
her sails for departure on Monday
A letter has been received from
Jack Gannon. He is" in Michigan,
and it is very probable that he may
return to the Islands.
The electric motor at the Ice
Works' broke down on Tuesday, and
the gasoline engine was used until
repairs were completed.
Dr. Franklin Bart .has a room in
Mrs. Azers' cottage. He has been
offered a position as government
physician at several places in the
Rev. Frank Fitz of Honolulu ar
rived on Tuesday evening. He is
Principal of Iolani College, and has
charge of the Hawaiian Congregation
at the cathedral. On Wednesday
morning he visited Lahaina School.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Death of Dr. Perlcy J. Aiken.
Thursday afternoon, the 26th of
October, Dr. Perley J. Aiken died of
pleurisy and complication of diseases
after a long illness.
Dr. Aiken was the son of the late
Rev.Wm. Aikenof Knoxville.Tenn.
and was born at McConnellsville,
Ohio, Sept 5, 1841 He was educated
at Washington College, Pa., which
he left before graduation with other
college boys to enter the northern
army as a member of the Anderson
Cavalry. Becoming invalided, he left
his company, but, upon recovery of
health, re-entered the army as a
member of the signal corps as ser
geant in charge of a station at
Georgetown Heights and remained
in the army until the end of the
He then entered Jefferson Medical
College of Philadelphia, from which
he was graduated and began the
practice of medicine in Cleveland,
Tennessee. He finally came to Vir
ginia City, Nevada, and then to
Woodlands, Calif. After serving as
medical director of the Soldiers
Home at YountvHle, Calif., for
several years, he came to the Islands
in 1894 as government physician at
About ten years ago, he was com
pelled, owing to failing health, to
give up his profession and since that
time has been an invalid. He was
married to Julia Orilla Smythe of
Newarlr Ohio, Oct. I,
1S67, Beside his widow, he leaves
six children; Albert C.Aiken, Perley
B. Aiken of San Francisco, W O.
Aiken, Mrs. F. W. Hardy, Dr. G.
S. Aiken and Irene B. Aiken, all
residing in Makawao.
Dr. Aiken was an Eminent Com
mander of the Knights Templar of
Woodlands, Cal if., and will be
burried according to Masonic rites
at Makawao, on Saturday afternoon,
Rev. Wm. Ault, of Wailuku, offi
ciating. A special train wil be run from
Wailuku and Puanene to Paia to
convey Masons to aud from the
COURT OF LAND REGISTRA
ERRITORY OF HAWAII toW. H.
CORNWELL, S. KELIINOI,
HUAKINI ENOS, WAILUKU
SUGAR CO., LTD., Heirs of
THOMAS W. EVERETT, DOR
CAS F. P.ICHARDSON, Heirs of
JOHN RICH ARDSON.JR., IVY
RICHARDSON, Heir of KAU
KOULA, Heirs' of KAUPO
ULA, Heirs of KAAUWAI, KA
ILIHAO, Mrs. M. KAANAPU,
ALICE GAY. EVA PARKER,
ERNEST PARKER, ESTHER
JACKSON, ETHEL GAY.and to
all whom it may concern:
Whereas, a petition has been pre
sented to said Court by
C. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMI
to register and confirm its title in the
Beginning at a triangle on solid
ock on the west edge of water course
3G feet south of the middle of the Kai
lua Gulch at u poiut which bears C9
deg. 16 min. 30 sec, 3453 feet from the
Government Survey Trig. Station,
Pohukoi, and running by true
(1) Along the middle of the water
course separating this land from
Grant 2070 to J. Richardson,
Grant 1S42 to Kalapuna, Apana
l.L. C. Award 8806 to Kalapuna,
Apana 2, L. C. A. 2607 to Piipii,
Apana 1, L. C. A. 2416 to Kape
hana, L. C. A. 8806 to Kalapuna,
Apana 1, L. C. A. 8807 to Kuiho-
no, L. C. A. 3201 to Wm. McLane,
Apana 1, and L. C. A. 3549 to
Keaka, to a cross on rock on the
south edge of the water course, the
direct bearing and distance being 19
deg. 8 min, 1769 6-10 feet.
(2) 117 deg. 19 min. 30 sec, 1868 feet
along Grant 2007 to J. Richardson
to a triangle on a large stone and
ahu on the northern slope of
Puu Pio Ridge, on the south side
of Naholomahana Gulch:
(3) 117 deg. 19 min. 30 sec. 1432 feet
along the same to an unmarked
point at the north corner of Grant
2007 to J. Richardson;
(4) 187 deg. 30 min. 00 sec. 583 feet
along land of the Hawaiian Com
mercial and Sugar Co. to an un
(5) 376 deg. 59 min. 30 sec,. 757 feet
along L. C. A. 326 to Wm. Humph
reys to a cross on a stone and
abu 17 feet southwest of a path
and about 150 feet south of the
rriddle of the Kailua Gulch;
(6) 276 deg. 59 min. 30 sec 2704 feet
v along the same to the point of be
ginning. Area, 93 4-10 acres, being Grant
877 to J. Richardson situated in Wai-
kapu, Maui. v
You are hereby cited to appear at
the Court of Land Registration, to
be held at Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
on the 1st day of December, A. D.
1905, at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon,
to show cause if any you have, why
the prayer of said petition should not
be granted. And unless you appear
at said Court at the time and - place
aforesaid your default will be record
ed, and the said petition will be taken
as confessed, and you will be forever
barred from contesting said petition
or any decree entered thereon.
Witness, PHILIP L. WEAVER,
Esq., Judge of said Court, this 17th
day of October, in the year nineteen
hundred and five.
Attest with Seal of said Court.
(Seal) W. L. HOWARD,
Oct. 28-Nov. 4.11-18
Maul Civic Pride.
HONOLUL, Oct. 23-The dispute
of Mam as to whether the location of
a new court house should be at Maka
wao or Paia has caused considerable
strife. The Makawao people want
the new building at Makawao while
the Paia people want it in their
locality. The latter some time ago
submitted a petition pleading their
Referring to this Wm. Copp of Ma
kawao writes to the Governor, de
claring in a hot outburst of civic
pride that if the court house is not
erected at Makawao it will be better
to have none at all. Copp's secopd
alternation will probably be granted,
as it is understood that the new build
ing will not be erected at present.
And if so didn't you feel like
selling off everything and
starting new with the new
Well that's our fix!
We have to move almost our
entire stock. It's cheaper
to sell it at a discount.
that have just arrived by the NEVA
DAN included in the sale
Don't forget to see the new linen called the
Most beautiful linen design ever shown.
Not expensive either
The Emporium of the Pacific.