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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1905
Notice To Creditors.
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hnn. A N. Knpotkat, Circuit Judge, VValUiKU
Edmund H.Hnrt. Clerk Circuit Court. Walluku
Jnilge W. A. McKy Dlst. Magistrate, Walluku
J. Recard ' " Lahnlna
" Chas. Copp, " " Makawao
" Kunukau, " ' Honimula
" J. Kalama, " ' Hana
" Pllmanu, " " Klpalmlu
" McCorrlston " " Mololtul
" Kahoohalanala, " ' LnTial
W. T. Robinson, Tax Asausaor walluku
J. N. K. Koola, Deputy Assessor Walluku
A. F. Tavares I'ula
Q. Dunn, " Latmlnu
M. H. Routor, " Hna
Wm. HennlnK, Supervisor, Chairman Lahnlna
Shorlfts Clerk Walluku
W. H. Cornwell,
T. M. i;nurcn,
3, H. Halualanl,
T. T. Meyers,
D. H. Cane,
L. M. Ilaldwln,
W. F. Kaae,
T. Clark, Deputy Sheriff
C. R. Lindsay, " "
Edpar Morton, " "
F, Wlttmck, " "
J. H. Mahoe, "
The Union Church held an elec
tion of Officers last Sunday evening
at which C. B. Wells. E. H. Btiley
and D. H. Case were elected trustees
and W. A. McKay was elected Trea
surer. The Wailuku Sugar Co. began
grinding cane on Monday of this
The Board of Surpervisors meits
Mr. F. J. Swadling, an accomplish
' ed musician, a natural born, Come
dian, and the most successful inana
ger of the plantation store at Maka
weli has returned from a tour of
Europe. He is visiting Wm. Campsie
head luna of Waihee.
Mrs. J. H. Raymond and son
Harvy returned Tuesday from a few
days visit with Mrs. Dowse tt at
Miss. Genevieve Dowsett and Miss.
Molly Cummings are spending the
week at Ulupalakua.
Mrs. F. Simpson, who is in charge
of the Chinese Mission work in Wai
luku and Miss. Olive Lindsay, re
turned to Paia, for Thanksgiving.
Mr. C. H. Atherton who arrived
in Wailuku last Saturday, visiting
Mr. D. H. Case, returned to Honolu
lu by Wednesday's Clsudine.
Our popular Judge A. N. Kepoi
kai is back from Kauai where he
went to sit in place of Judge Hardy.
T. A. Burmingbam of E. O. Hall
& Son returned to Honolulu per
W. tougher, Mr. Smith of Camp
five Store with the Misses. Wren
and Smith spent a pleasent outing
up Iao Sunday.
Dan T. Cat ry and Mr. Holt of San
Francisco took in the beauties of
The thanksgiving dance given by
the young mens social Club was a
decided success in every way.
Over one hundered people assem
' bled at the new Armory at 8 o'clock
where an excellent floor, good lights,
and the Waihee Quintet Club all
aided in making the dance a though
ly enjoyable affair.
Light refreshment were served and
as only those, who were invited were
allowed in the hall the young men
were enabled to eliminate those who
might be objectionable.
John H. Jones of Mclnerny Shoe
Store will be In Wailuku on Satur
day Dec 2nd with a full line of Ladies
men & children's Boots and Shoes.
Orders will be taken at the Maui
Hotel. Mr. Jones will be here for
three day sonly.
Wailuku School Notes.
We have begun improving the
farther corner of the school grounds.
All the crooked trees have been
dug out, and the stones removed
from the ground. Most of our palms
planted on Arbor Day are doing
The schools, closed ou Wednes
day the 29th i reopen on Tuesday,
December 5, Thursday, Thanks
givin Day is a legal holiday; Fri
day wag granted by the Depart
ment, so we might have leisure to
digest our Thanksgiving turkey;
and Monday is the meeting of the
Maui Teachers Association at Paia.
This week's chapel exercises were
held on Wednesday, and appro
priately commemorated the return
of Thanksgiving Day.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned was on the 3rd, clay of
Novpmber, 1905, duly appointed ad
ministrator of the Estate of John
Gibb, late of Kihni, Island of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, deceased, by
order of the Honorable A. N. Ke
poikai, Judge of the Circuit Court of
the Second Judicial Court, Terri
tory of Hawaii. Therefore all credi
tors of 6aid 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. C, 1905.
Administrator of the Estate of John
Gibb, late of Olowalu, deceased.
Nov. 11-18-25-Dec. 2.
On and after December first. The
First National Bank of Wailuku will
sell money orders on all points in the
main land at 30 cents per hundred
dollars. Money orders on Honolulu
at 20 cents per hundred dollars.
Owing to the marked increase in the
bank's business duriDg the past year
it is enabled to reduce its exchange
rate all along the line. Patronize
your home bank and you will always
receive prompt and courteous treat
C. H. Atheron Entertained.
A very enjoyable Progressive
pedro party was given by Mr. and
Mrs. C. D. Lufkin on Tuesday even
ing last, in honor of Mr. C. H. Ather
tou. Besides Mr. Atherton, there
were present Judge and Mrs. McKay,
Mr. and Mrs. Wadswortb, Mr. and
Mrs. Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. Wells,
Mr. Case, Mrs. Raymond and Miss
The first prize, an elegant little
vase was won by Mr. "Wadsworth;
the booby-prize, a white elephant, by
Music and refreshments contribut
ed to the enjoyment of a most suc
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
G. B Henderson and J. B. Thom
son were returning passengers from
Honolulu on Saturday after several
weeks spent in the city. The boys
went up against some of the crack
tennis players of Honolulu and al
though they did not win out every
time thev made agood showing.
F. P. Rosecrans for several months
acting assistant bookkeeper at Paia
has been relieved by the return of
R. O. Hogg from California. . Mr.
Rosecrans left Wednesday for a few
days in Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Crook returned
to Honolulu this week after spending
a couple of weeks on Maui. Mrs. Crook
is the possesorof a rich .and cultivat
The Puunene School House will
be finished sometime next week
inside and out. It is quite an addition
C. Hansen returned to Puunene
Saturday after a short vacation
spent in Honolulu.
The first consignment of sugar
turned out by H. C. & S. Cos. Mill
this season will go by the Nevadan
Sunday or Monday.
Thanksgiving Day was not obser
ved by the H. C. & S. Co. or the K.
R. R. Co. this year.
The drought still continues and is
especially bad in Kula where there is
scarely enough water for stock.
Makawao has had considerable rain,
enough to keep pasturage in fair
condition. It has been very dry at
Puunene with no rain to speak of al
though ditches are running full.
Puunene Mill started on the 1906
crop Thursday morning at 5 A. M.
The mill has received a thorough
overhauling this year and a number
of improvements have been made.
Both mills have been converted
from nine to twelve rollers which will
give a much better extraction. Six
centrifugal machines have been in
stalled so the mill s in better shape
to handle this crop than ever before.
It is expected there will be a much
larger crop this year than last.
The mill force is about the same as
last year with the exception of two
additional engineers in the boiling
house. Mr. Wren Westcoatt has
taken Mr. Douse's place and II. I.
Shoemaker becomes head chemist.
An assistant chemist is soon to ar
rive from the coast.
Mr, Geo. Keeney, head book-keeper
of the II . C. .& S. Co. is laid up
with a bad kifte. He will not be able
to 'oe out for about a month.
Dr. W. F. Egan has been appoint
ed Territorial Veterinarian for the
City of San Francisco.
Importers of live stock can make
arrangements with Dr. Egan to in
spect animals to be imported into
Address Dr. W. F. Egan, 1115
1117 Golden Gate Avenue, San Fran
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Secretary, Board of Agriculture
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1905.
Auction sttle of Awn Licenses.
In accordance with the require
ments of Section 1335 Chapter 102,
of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, iu
re the sale of Awa Licenses, and as
further provided by Act 32, Session
Laws 1905, One Awa License for
each District of the Several Islands
will be sold at Public Auction be
tween the first and seventh day of
December 1905, each license to be
for the term of six months, from the
first day of January, 1906. The up
set price to be as follows:
For the Tistrict of Honolulu $500.
For the District of Hilo, $250.
For the District of Wailuku, $250.
For the District of Lahaina, $125.
For each other District $50.
Licenses for the Districts of Hono
lulu, Ewa and Waianae, Waialua,
Koolauloa and Kolaupoko on the
Island of Oahu will be sold at the
front entrance of the Capitol, at
Honolulu, on Thursday the seventh
day of December, 1905 at 12 o'clock
Liceneses for the Islands of Maui,
Hawaii, and Kauaf will be sold in the
respective Districts of those Islands,
upjn such day aud date within the
limit of the time fixed by law, as
shall be designated by the several
Sheriffs or their Deputies. Due no
tice of date and place of sale will be
given by posters in each of the said
A cash deposit of twenty-five per
cent of the amount of the successful
bid will be required on the fall of the
hammer, said deposit to be forfeited
to the Government if the full amount
of the bid is not paid within five days
of the sale.
Treasurer, of the Ter. of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Office, T. II .
November 25th' 1905.
Notice To Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned was on the 3rd, day of
November, 1905, duly appo'i.ncd
Executor of the last Will and Testa
ment of Manuel Gonsalves alias
Coaques, late of Lahaina, Island and
County of Kau'i, 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 claims
duly authenticated, with the proper
vouchers if any eist, even if the
claim is secured by mortgage upon
real estate, to the undersigned at
his ofice in Lahaina, Maui, aforesaid,
or to Jaines L. Coke, attorney for
the undersigned at his law flioce in
Wailuku, Maui, within Six (u) Month3
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 and Testa
ment of Manuel Gonsalves, alias
Coaques, late of ' Lahaiua, Maui,
Nov. 11-18-25-Dec. 2.
In a recent interview with the
President, Senator Dryden urged
federal controll of Life Insurance
Companies. Senator Dryden is Presi
dent of the Prudential Insurance
Company of America the strongest
and most liberal insurance company,
dcing business in the Hawaiian
Islauds. 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.
My wife having left my bed and
board without cause, I will not be re
spousble for ai;y debts contracted in
my name without my written order.
JAS. N. K. K KOLA.
Wailuku, Maui, November 25th 1905
We have received an
exquisite line of
New shades, colors, and styles.
Suitable for Christmas Presents.
Full bedroom sets in fancy pieces.
Iii India, Chinese and Turkish
patterns and beautiful Navajo
designs the most complete line
ever shown on Maui.
All of the above will be on
exhibition and sale during1 the
and Hawaiian Curios are sell
ing fast. Make your selection
now and we will store them for
you until you are ready for
Open Saturday Evenings
The Emporium of the Pacific.