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Rond To McGregor's Landing.
THE MAUI NEWS
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hnn. A IV. Kopollml. Circuit Judira, VVuIIuku
Kilmunri H. Hurt. Clerk Circuit Court. Wiilliiku
JiulKO W. A. McKay Dlst. Mafdstrnto, Wniluku
J. Recnnl " " T.&hniim
Ch:s. Copp, " 41 Mttknwuo
Kunukiiu, ' - HonuuulH
" J. Knlnmti, " ' Hivna
" riimnnu. " " Kipulmlu
11 McCorrlston " ' Molnkm
H KnhoolialAtmln, " ' Lnnni
W. T. Itohinnou, Tax Assessor wniluku
J. N. IC. Kcnla, Deputy Assessor Wailuku
A. F. Tavnrus PiiIb
(1. Dunn, Lnhnina
M. H. Knutor, " " Hnnn
Wm. Ilnnnln, Suutirvisur, C)i;uriu:iu
W. II. Coruwcll.
T. M. Church.
J. II. Hiilualnul,
T. T. Mi'vern,
IJ. H. Case,
I.. M. lliilclwin,
W. F. Knan,
T. Clark. Deputy Slwrill
c it. ijimisay,
Kdirnr Morton, "
F. Wlttrock, '
J. H. Mahoo,
SImtIiTh Clnrk Walluku
Malt a wan
See Ad of Ah Hoy in another
Leis. Mrs. Jackson Cliairman,
Lemonade. Mrs. Davis Cha irman,
Miss E. Smith.
List of Booths at K. of P. Hall
fur the Bazaar.
Fish-pond. Mrs. Nicholson Chair
man, Mrs. Wrenn.
Fancy-work. Mrs. McKay Chair
man, Mrs. Austin.
Fancy work aud dolls, In charge
of the Daughters of the King.
The Maui Hotel has just installed
a modern up to date bath-room on
the second floor.
Special trains will be run tomorrow
for those who wish to attend the
bazaar at the K. P. Hall.
.Home made candy and Brownies.
Mrs. Copeland Chairman, Mrs. J.N.
S. Williams, Miss Smith.
Refreshments Ice cream, Cakes,
Coffee, and Sandwiches. Mrs. Lufkin
Chairman, Mrs. Raymond.
Don't miss the Comic song of Mr.
Moller of Kahului at the Ladies
Bazaar on Saturday night.
On June 6th of this year, August
Pestano took unto himself a wife and
is now praying that the marital bond
The long looked for cut in the price
of beef has at last become an accom
plished fact and we are now 'offered
choice cuts at 12J cents per pound
Judge A. N. Kepoikai left Wedena-
J T -1 T- ! 1 1. III
aay ior ijRiue ivuuiu wnere no wm
preside in certain cases in place of
Circuit Judge Hardy who is disquali
fied. By mistake we omitted the Card of
Henry Dickenson oj Lahair.a last
week. Mr. Dickenson is still a
notary public and is always ready to
There will be guessing contests,
and the tennis-cups won at the last
tournament will be presented during
the evening to the Rev. B. V. Baza
ta and Mr. Krumbhaar.
Trains leave Paia 7 o'clock, leave
Ptiunene 7:10 P. M. and Kahului at
about 7.20 P. M. The Paia train
will call at Spreckelsville. Round
trip tickets at excurtion rates.
The cups won for the season at
the tennis tournament will be pre
sented at the bazaar given at the
K. P. Hall tomorrow evening to
Rev. B. V. Bazata and C. C. Krum
bhaar . The cups will be presented
by the Puunene Athletic Association.
A most beautiful assortment of
Crepe tissue flowers and leis, includ
ing nasturtiums tlimas and others
was sent Mrs. A. N. Kepoikai for
the Bazaar cf the Ladies Guild of
The Church of The Good Shepherd,
by Mrs. Lorenzen, Mrs. GiiTord, Mrs.
Chas. Booth, Mrs. Geo. Robertson,
Mrs. Chillingsworth, aud many young
'ladles of Honolulu.
Jack Bergstrom of the Bergstrom
music Co. of Honolulu is in town on
business connected with his firm.
C. B. Wells, manager of the Wai
luku Sugar Co. returned last Satur
day since which time we have had
much needed rains.
A great majority of the Hawaiians
on the blantatiou believo Mr. Wells
posseses some superhuman power
by which he brings the ra ins when
ever he wishes it.
George C. Stratemeyer is doing
some. !"Lr'y pretty sign painting for
A.coruey J. L. Coke's new law oflice.
Miss Violet Mr.Kea returned to
her home iu Wailuku last Saturday
W. II. Cornwell who has been ill in
. Honolulu is expected back to day.
W. II. Christie who attempted to
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uuiiuiiib euiciuu lust, weetv isdjjumiitv-
ing strangely ami will probably be
coiuiuiuuu io ino insane asyium.
Proposals will be received at the
oflice of the suprintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II., until 12
o'clock m. of December 4th, 111(15,
for constructing a road to connect
McGregor's Landing with the Gov
ernment rord, also grading for Car
riage Stand, Maui, T. II.
Plans, specifications and blank
forms of proposals may bo obtained
at the ollice of the Ast. Suit, il
Public Works for which a deposit of
$3.00 is required, which sum will be
efunded intending bidders after
tliev have returned the plans and
Proposals will not be accepted un
ess submitted on the blank forms
furnished, enclosed with a certified
bank check for One Hundred and
Fifty ($150.00) in a sealed envelope,
endorsed "Proposal for Road to
connect McGregor's Landing with
Govt. Road," and delivered previous
to 12 o,clock m. of the day specified
at the office of the Superintendent
of Public Works, who resf rves the
right to reject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLOW AY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., Nov. 6th, 1003.
Notice To Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned was on the 3rd, day of
November, 1905, duly appointed ad
ministrator of the Estate of John
Gibb, late of Kihei, Island of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, deceased, by
order of the Honorable A. N. Ke
poikai, Judge of the Circuit Court of
of the Second Judicial Court, Terri
tory of Hawaii. Therefore all credi
tors of said Estate, and said deceas
ed, are notified hereby to present
their claims, duly authenticated, with
the proper vouchers if any exist,
even if the claim is secured by
Mortgage upon real estate, to the
undersigned at Olowalu, County and
Island of Maui, or to James L. Coke,
attorney for the undersigned, at his
law office in Wailuku, Maui, aforesaid,
within Six (6) Months from the date
of this notice; said date being the
first publication of this notice; other
wise any such claims not so present
ed will be forever barred.
Dated at Olowalu, Maui, Nov. 6, 1905.
Administrator of the Estate of John
Gibb, late of Olowalu, deceased.
Nov. H-18-25-Dec. 2.
Notice To Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned was on the 3rd, day of
November, 1005, duly appoiuncd
Executor of the last Will and Testa
ment of Manuel Gonsalves alias
Coaques, late of Lahaina, Island and
County of X.au, Territory of Hawaii,
deceased, by order of the Honorable
A. N. Kepoikai, Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Second Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
Therefore all creditors of said
Estate, and said deceased, are noti
fied hereby to present their clairas
duly authenticated, with the proper
vouchers if any exist, eveu if the
claim is secured by mortgage upon
real estate, to the undersigned at
his ofice in Luhsiina, Maui, aforesaid,
or to James L. Coke, attorney for
the undersigned at his law ilioce in
Wailuku, Maui, within Six ((j) 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.
Lahaina, Maui, Nov. 6, 1905.
A. N. HAYSELDEN.
Executor of the last Will aud Testa
ment of Manuel Gonsalves, alias
Coaques, late of Lahaina,
Nov. 11-18-25-Dec. 2.
Wailuku School Notes.
The rainv weather of the past week
made our attendance smaller than
Our Wailuku School-boys are very
industrious. The iauitor always lias
all the help he needs This week
Henry and the boys have dug up and
cut into cord-wood several of the
crooked ar.d unsightly eucalyptus
trees iu the farther corner of the
The Rev. Mr. Dodge was a welcome
visitor one day this week.
Two Korean boys are among those
who have recently entered school.
Last Friday we took down the flag
staff which Mrs. Shraeder had kindly
lent us for use on Arbor Day, and
returned It to her with thanks for its
use. We hope the Department of
Public Works will soon luruisti us
witli a Kroner flair nolo for our
TERRITORY OV HAWAII.
COURT OF LAND REGISTRA
TION. TERRITORY OF HAWAII toW. (I.
CORNWELL, S. KEL1INOI,
TIUAKINI ENDS, WAILUKU
SUGAR CO., LTD., Heirs of
THOMAS W. EVERETT, DOR
CAS F. RICHARDSON, Heirs of
JOHN RICH ARDSON.JR. , IVY
RICIIA RDSOX, E VER ETT
RICHARDSON, LEI LAN 1
RICHARDSON, Heir of KAU
KOULA, Heirs of KAUPO
ULA, Heirs of KAAUWAI, KA
ILIHAO, Mrs. M. KAANAIU,
ALICE GAY. EVA PARKER,
ERNEST PARKER, ESTHER
JACKSON, ETHEL GAY, and to
all whom it may concern:
Whereas, a petition ha; been pre
sented to said Court by
C. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMI
TED to register and confirm 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 Kai
lua Gulch at a point which bears 69
deg. 16 min. 30 sec, 3153 feet from the
Government Survey Trig. Station,
Pohakoi, and running by true
(1) Along the middle of the vvii'cr
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. 2116 to Kape
hana, L. C. A. 8806 to Kalapuna,
Apana 1, L. C. A. 8807 to Kuiho
no, L.C. A. 3201 to Win. McLane,
Apana 1, and 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 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
aVu on the northern slope of
Puu Pio Ridge, on the south side
of Nuholomahaua 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 on un
(5) 276 deg. 59 min. 30 sec,. 757 feet
along L. C. A . 326 to Wm . H uniph
reys to a cross on a stone and
ahu 17 feet southwest of a path
and about 150 feet south of the
iriddle of the Kailua Gulch;
(6) 276 deg. 39 min. 30 sec. 2704 feet
along the sama to the point of be
ginning. Area, 93 4 10 acres, being Grant
877 to J. Richardson situated in Wai-
You are hereby citod 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 Ccurt at the time and place
aforesaid your default will be record
ed, aud the sail 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
In a recent interview with the
President, Senator Dryden urged
federal controll of Life Insurance
Companies. Senator Dryden is Presi
dent ot ttie I'rudential Insurance
Company of America the strongest
and most liberal insurance company,
dting business in the Hawaiian
Islands. If you contemplate taking
out further insurance you will do
well to consul C. D. Lufkin Agent
Prudential Insurance Company of
America the company that guards
the interests of policy holders
The Honolulu yachtsmen visited
the Lahainaluna School on Monday.
It was decidedly breezy ou Tuesday
Those M a w a 1 1 a n . Curios
Have made a hit, are going fast,
better get in and select now for
your friends in the states.
Those Christmas Toys
now on exhibition
and sale are all new &oods,
Make your selections now. We
will store thern away for you till
you need thein.
Ever try cheese made of goats milk?
To those who like 1(ancy cheese this is a great
treat. We have it.
Our store improvements
are going on steadily they will
be finished pretty soon. Then
come and see the handsomest
and most complete store on
Open Saturday Evenings.
The Emporium oi the Pacific.