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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 4, 1905
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."MAUI BLUE BOOK
Judge W A. McKay Dlst. MufrtBlratu, Wailuku
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it "t i r ' MtKUWHO
'"'i '.- ." " Honuaula
sJ1 ulV?"'' ' . . ... ana
t . McCIorrlHtOB Molokai
. 1 m B?"'"pU, ' . Lanal
i. j. iwumauD, rax Aursaor wailuku
1 i' ' Kco,. C putj Assessor Wuiluko
.? u' . !! " Latiainn
M. H. Keuter, nana
J HoDnlnn. Supdrvlsof, Chairman l.almlna
T. M. Church.
.1. H. Halualaal,
T. T. Mayors,
D. H. Case, i
-Li MnlHwin,' ''Oil
.W. F. Kaae,
' . Hinm
"T. Clark, D puty ShcrilT
:,.,; ,,.,C,R. LlaJMy,
F.dttar Morton, " '
0y)J M " Maboc. , f
V HI 11IIIU
Do not jforg'et to atlei.d the Co.
1. Call neort Saturday evening. "
Work otr,. tbe new mill of the Wai
' lulku Sugar- Co. is progressing rapidly.
There n i;l be plenty tf extras at
the Co. I 1 a'A next Saturday even
'The boa fd oT supervisors of the
' County of T i:u meets at the County
' seat cext ' Jfcdiiwu'lav.
-; , If you at a lover of Hawaiian mil
sic, attend the Co. I Ball. Yoj will
,-1 not be dis apiipdated. ,
''-' Judge Jl.TS. Kepolkai has issued
'' "fcommtesic tin to Oeorgo Weight nt'd
T. B. Lyo os oact as jury commis
sioners for the Second Citcuit Court
for a tern of ne year from Decem
ber first 1905.
The music at the bazaar to be Riven
at the. Knights pf Pythias Hall under
the auspice Vof .tW Ladies Guild of
the Church, of The Good Shepherd on
the evening of the 18th iustant pro-
inises to be 'very attractive. '
Considerabletimprovement has been
imade on our dilapideted sidewalks
'during thd last week. The people of
'AWailuku, however, ; will not rest uutil
'we have either concrete walks or: at
ileaet walks with: planks laid' cross
: wise. ;. ion t i:-" . : i i
Be sure that your Cremo Cigar has
"? TCW wbrd3reipo -pej-forated in the
wrapper of the cigar. The, Cremo
t ' i has no band.: It has only its perforat
' ed mark and tbe best flavor and
; v smoking qualities to distinguish it
from any other 5 cent cigar. II.
Hackfeld & Co.. Ltd.. wholesale dis-
H""'rtributors. ' '
; VA PERSONAL MENTION.
- v See add in another col urn and send
" him your work. ; ' ' '
.E. H. Pieper of Paia? paid the
'"'countyseat a visit Saturday last.
Chas'.' Fishel representing Green-
, - ! ii baun and Co, was in town thia' wjek.
n !. v-yfl L. DeCoto of Lahaina paid the
ch.j,) ( Countyseat. a business call on Monday.
.Attorney 1 C. W. ' Ashford paid
rWailuku a professional yieit-this
week. ' ' .
trrA ttorhey Enos Vincent of Paia was
iin town on professional business last
fc ' : . UBaturday. : p". ;: r t ,"
t 'II'IIT - 3-"lA.. BupbaiiBQ', k-oad supervisor
i ''J" itff iidhafna District 'was in town on
: Jf. ,., - i Monday of, this. week.
; r a. i i f (George Ha wley at the Maul Hotel
& j M prepared (to take! your orders for
t - T Vii Vtveloping- jind printing your kodak
Y : ; Hi . JnvInHh'Ui ' Billy Green of
j.M.i: WJlIipsACoj WM n town this
,wet, nd reports ousiness on Maui
j as b. raw tnan ever, i ...
. ; Th 8 aiTjniant Is much Phased with
, the w wikiand has promiBv,d.torS1 an
have : ttie Henolulu band vitMt tllfilocal
corps Sm ithe oiear future. (
!'Adiuttit lEnwihorrT mid -wife left
Wailuku on Wednesday's boat for
.tionoiuiu atter baving bad a nrv
( j jjucoessfull ser ries of meetings. ; . ( 1
Billy has 'shaved off bis mustache
and it Is reported that he has been
mistako. for W. J. Bryan. At any
rale bis frieods always greet him at
Jaok Dow of Lahaina was in town
!na tMonday nursing a . broken arm.'the
j)j,feots oj an ftQcWent of some weeks
ago. He liopes to resume his ' busi
ness :ki a few wf.-eks.
Bh&op Resbarick will preach at
the Church of the Good Shepherd to
1 morrow Sundaytaorning at 11 o'clock,
j at the childreus service in the af ter
' noon at 2 o'clock, and at Puunene in
Judge A. N. Kepoikal has received
, - a wireless from chief Justice Frear
' JUL-' .-abkiOL' bun to bold buoself in readi
ness to go to Lihue to preside iu
, ' )lace of Judge Hardy over cases in
y .... wiiiclj Jiwgo, Uartly ,ts uisiiuamieu
Cnrrt o! Thnnks
Mrs. JulirS. Aiken and family wish
to express their heartfelt thanks to
Dr. V. F. McConko, the members
of the Maui masonic order, and otlor
friends'-for much kindness received
during their recent bereavement.
Wailuku, Maui, Nov. 1, 15.
S. B. Harry is no Ion Jer authorized
to collect accounts or makefiles for
the Smtrer Sewing MnlliinCo. From
thisdite. Mr. C. UJ Lfamsay will
have control of. all ryflections and
sales for the Singer ivwing Machine
Co. for lh Island of Maui with head
quarters No. 4 Kno.-' Block Market
Singer Sewing Machine Co.
K. C. BUZZELL "Manger."
C. L. Clement Late Editor of the
Maul Novh CommltH Suicide. '
Wailuku Maui Xoveinb?r 1. At an
early hour this iii'irtnng a nnti? was
found :vdi!n seil to Dr. V. K. B'Kit
from C I.. Clement in which be an
nouneed his indention to commit
suicide. The Sheriffs Office was at
ir.cp notilied und a search made which
esulled nn hour later in lindiug the
Imdy of Mr. Clement in the Wailuku
Cemetery with a bu.let hole through,
his brain and in his hand a revolver
with the finger Mill on the trigger.
Thetit was 8 case of premeditated
suicide there can be no question.
The noie to Dr. Bojt dat d Mon
day morning Oct. 30. 5: A. M. hays
"This vale of tears is now over for
me, ask the director j of the Maui
Publishing Co. to write my mo-hei
and brother that my death was from
naturul causes heart failure" ; ,
Then follows a' statement as'' to
where the September and October
vauchers and receipts may be found
and directions to Dr. Boot as to his
It is deeply regretted by the Maui
Publishing Co. that it is impossible to
carry out the wishes of the dead man,
As Air. Clement was a news paper
man and well known throughout the
Territory it is more than probable
that some one will sentf tohis relatives
a copy of some paper containgan ac
count of his death. ' ' ' -
jj Mr,' Clements tragic death is deeply
regretted by the entire Uommiuuty
and we extend to the aged mother
our heart fell sympathy in this her
sad bereavement. ,. , .
The funeral services were conduct
ed jointly by Rev. Roland Dodge of
the Foreign Church and by Captain
Lyman of the Salvation army.
. The pall bearers were George C.
Stratemeyer Dr. W. R. Boot Chas.
Kerr, Solomon Kekipi Daniel Poki
pala, and Hugh M. Coke.
; UP COUNTRY NOTES.
Mrs. R. E. Ford' of Lahaina who
recently undriwent a difficult opera
tion at the Puunene Hospital is im
proving" quite'rapidly . - .'
She had oeen suffering for some
time past so her many friends will be
glad to hear that she is on the road
to recovery) '
Owing 'to the heavy seas of the
last ten days the Ship Spartan has
at last broken up and disappeare3.
, J. dimming, a pattern maker of
Honolulu; came up, Saturday to
take a position in the Puunene Mill.
Dr. Williams of San Francisco is
visiting Maui, this week.
The weather is 6 till , exceedingly
dry in this locality though there Is a
great deal of rain at the ditch heads.
All the pumps of the H. CAS. Co.
are in operation and will continue
until the rainy season comes ou.
It is very dry in Kula and eveD
the, pasturaga of Makawao is begin
ning to feel the dry spell.
Miss Nellie Crooic is able to be out
a lain after being laid up with a bad
ly .sprained ankle for the past few
weeks - ."
Miss Fisher, who has been visiting
Miss ' Irene Crook the past two
months has returned to her home iu
San Jose. ......
Quite a few from Puunene atten
ded Mrs. Carnegie's birthday dance
S&turday evening and express them
selves as having had a very jolly
A traiu will be run at excursion
rates on the evening of the 18 th hist
for the benefit of all who wish to
attend tbe Bazarr given by the
Ladies Guild of the church of the
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII toW. Ii.
CORN WELL, S. KEL1INOI,
I1UAK1NI ENOS, WAILUKU
. SUGAR CO., LTD., Heirs of
THOMAS W. EVERETT, DOR
CAS F. RICHARDSON, Heirs of
, JOHN RICH ARDSOX.JR., IVY
RICHARDSON, Heir of KAU
KOULA, Heirs of KAUl'O
, ULA, Heirs of KAAUWAI, KA
1LIHAO, Mrs. M. KAANAPU,
ALICE GAY, EVA PARKER,
ERNEST PARKER," ESTHER
JACKSON, ETIIELG AY.and to
, all whom it may concern:
Whereas, a petition has been pre
sented to s.iid Couit by
C. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMI
TED to register ii iid eon linn its title in the
Beginning at a triangle on solid
rock on the west edge of water course
36 feet south of the middle of the Kui.
lua Gulch at a point which bears (lit
deg. lGmin. 30 sec, 3133 feet from the
Government Survey Trig. Station,
Polnikoi,- and running by true
(1) Along th middle of the water
course separating this land from
0 to J' Richardson,
2 to Kafupuua, A nana
ward SR06 to Kulupuna,
L. C A. 2007 to Piipii,
LjC. A. 116 to Kane
A. 8800 to Kalapuna,
C. A. 8807 to Kuiho.-
A. 3201 to AVm. McLaue,
. Apana 1, oud L. C. A. 3319 to
Keaka, to a cross on rock on the
south edge of the water course, the
direct bearing and distance being 1!)
deg. 8 miu. 17G9 6-10 feet.
(2) 117 deg. 19 min. 30 sec, 1868 feet
along Grant 2007 to J. Richardson
to a triangle oil a large stone and
abu on the - northern slope of
Puu Pio Ridge,' on the south side
of Naholomahana Gulch:
(3) ; 117 deg; 19 min. 30'sec. 1132 feet
along the same to an unmarked
point at the north corcer of Grant
2007 to J. Richardson;
(4) 187 deg. 30 min. 00 sec. 583 feet
along land of the Hawaiian Com
ruercial and Sugar Co. to an un
(5) 276 deg, 59 min. 30 sec,. 757 feet
alongL. C. A. 326 to Wm. Humph
reys to a cross on a stone and
ahu 17 feet southwest of a path
End about 150 feet south of the
rriddle of the Kailua Gulch;
(fi) 276 deg. 59 min. 30 sec. 2704 feet
along the same to the point of be
ginning. Area, 93 4 10 acres, being Grant
877 to J. Richardson situated in Wai
' 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 l:30o'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 aud place
aforesaid your default will be record
ed, aud tbe said petition will be taken
as confessed, aud you will be forever
barred from contesting said petition
or ony 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 11-13
Union Church Wailuku.
The first preaching service an the
reopened Uuion .Church iu Wailuku
will be held Sunday evening Nov. 5.
at 7 o'clock The usual order of sevice
in vogue iu curgregational. Baptist
and Methodist cuurches on the Main
land will be used. The singing will be
by the congregation. It is hoped that
all those who are not regular church
attendants and all who would like to
come to an evening service will be
present. The church is to be a truly
union affair and all are most cordial
In the next issue of the Maui News
we hope to give a history of the
church, and.ex plain the work in which
the pastor. Rev. R. B. Dodge, is
We are still selling new Goods
But the end is drawing
If you wish to take ad-n
vantage of our. .alterar,,
tion sale better come at
Fresh California Butter
Send in your
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