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Tfl $IAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1906
- MAU BLUE BOOK
lion A I Kltxilltnl, Circuit Jndpn, ' Wnllimu
.-.i,t,n,l it fmrt. M;rk Circuit Court, Wnlliiliu
j'mlifo V. A. '-Ir.ICay Otst. Mwiltarato, Wiiiluku
" .1. HcArrt " " l.nhniiia
" Clin. (opP:
" J. Knllina, "
" 'l'limi. "
" Mc(;rrlston "
W. T. KolillHon, Tx Aiessor
J. N. K. Kntln, Deputy Assessor
A. V. TviiH .
. I'""", f "
M. H. Houfcr,
Wm. HptirtnR, Suporvlsor, Chntnnnn
w. II. Cord'.viai,
T. M. Chuli-h,
J. H. Hnllftlnnt,
T. T. Moytra,
D. H. Case.
L. M. Hltwln,
Sheriffs ("lurk Wnllukti
: . 1 r Morten,
. J. H. Mnhoe,
, . LOCALS
Many fags were flying all over
Ibo Noeau arrived at ' Kahului
Work will soon begin on the new
breakwater tit Kahului.
Next Wednesday Feb. 28lh is Ash
Wednesday, the beging of Lent.
; Mr and Mrs. R. A. Wadsworlh
Tvero passengers to Honolulu by last
Friday nights Kinau.
- Mrs- C. E- Copeland pleasantly en
tertained a few lady friends at cards
. Thursday afternoon.
The twenty second Washington's
birthday being a legal holiday was
observed by the schools and corning
Mr J. Castle Ridgeway of Hilo, Nat
ional Bank examiner, came up from
Honolulu Saturday morning, return
, ing to Hilo Tuesday night.
The first passenger train to the
new depot landed passengers at the
new Wailuku terminus, for the first
time Tuesday afternoon. .
Dr. J. H. Raymond has returned
to Wailuku having spent several
weeks in Honolulu, in the interest of
his new meat market.
The stone foundation for the large
new mill of the Wailuku Sugar Co. is
completed and .work progressing
rapidly on the base of the stack.
I The Japanese have built a flight of
sfcone sfeDS leadiner ud from the foot
of market Street to the grounds of
the .New Japanese School House.
Mr. and Mrs Kirkland. and Mr
H. Davis were summoned to Ho-
ulu by Tuesdays Claudine, on
.ount of the critical condition of
rs. Davis. .
A Gentleman from Honolulu this
aek employed a local boot black to
ine bis shoes and asked the boy
'iether or not he belonged to the
'on. He replied no I attend the
The large five masted schooner
ineo from New Castle carrying
ree thousand tons of coal arrived
iesdav morniutr at Kahului. Her
al is consigned to the Kahului
ail road Company.
Friday was the date of the teach
-s meeting and nearly all in the
istrict were in Wailuku, to attend
io same Inspector H. -M. Wells,
was also present and took part.
A new Japanese Hotel is being
built on Market Street bylshiraoru.
The stucturo will be twenty four
feet by forty feet, and will be two
stories high. The building occupies
the, site of an old tumble down shack
and will be an improvement to the
The clever farce, "Plover out of
season "which was given with great
success at a recent Literary in Ma
kawao' will be repeated the evening
of March 3rd. at Alexander House.
The cast is composed of Miss Sheffield,
and Messrs Aiken, Flemi.ig and Rose
crans. A monologue by Miss Cunning
ham and music, will add to the enter-
;aiament of the evening. Notice of
' M;ets later.
inhere has been a decided shortage
Water in and around Wailuku foi
. me time past for which reason
much of the taro is suffering for want
of water and but little water can be
' used for the sprinkling ot the streets.
We made a personal mves-tigation
and found that the dusty condition
of the roads is no fault of the road
supervisor nor the superintendent of
water works but is wholly due to the
water being very low ia the river,
L. UarkhaiiBcn wa a passenger to
Honolulu this week.
Wm. Green of M. Phillips & Co. is
on Maui looking up trade.
Mr. Gorman of Von Ham Younx
& Co. was on Maui this week.
Mr. M. L. Decker is recovering
slowly at the Malulani hospital.
Dr. J. H. Raymond was a return
ing passenger from Honolulu this
Mr. A. Eno3 has been quite feeble
at the homo of his daughter Mrs. T.
D. Lyons for some days past.
Inspector George W. Carr of the
mail service was u passenger to
Maui Saturday. He returned to Ho
nolulu Wednesday from Kahului.
F. J. Swadlintf, for years the ma
nager of the large plautation store
at Makaweh Kauai is on Maui in the
interest of the Star of Honolulu.
Robert Peplowski who was ill and
took a two months vacation for the be
nefit of his health has returned to his
work as headluna of the V.railuku
Sugar Company Wailuku division
much improved in health.
F. P. Rosecrans has been appoint
ed local agont for the New York
Life. All parties wishing insurance
may now transact their business
through him instead of going to Ho
nolulu as heretofore. '
Mr. A. M. Sylva president of the
Portugese Mutual Benefit Aid Socie
ty of Honolulu was ia town this week
on business connected . witn nis
society. He was accompanied by
the cashier of the society Mr. J. P.
Mrs. Margaret B. MacDonald and
Mrs. Sarah Decoto expect to visit
friends on the Atlantic1' coast in
April. Mrs. MacDonald will take with
her a beautiful collection of Island
At the Lahainaluna School last
week, 99 boys were enrolled. The
students in the carpentry Division
are having good practical training
in the construction of a large barn
upon the school property.
Wailuku was entertained for several
days at Lahainaluna last week.
The Agricultural class at Lahaina
luna have planted 100 banana trees
recently. The extensive gardens
are in a flourishing condition.
Early in March the Lahaina base
bell clubs will hold a business meet
ing at the courthouse to make ar
rangements for a series of games.
Two new clubs have been organized
Operator J. L. Ralston at the
Lahaina Wireless Station, aud the
operator at Barber's Point recently
caught signals from U. S. transports
as follows: From the Lawton, at a
distance of 150 miles; from the Sup
ply when 210 miles from Honolulu.
The children and young people of
the Japanese Methodist Mission en
joyed a picnic at Kilohana Park last
Saturday. The sports included races,
oall games and a tug of war, The
tent where the refreshments were
served was decorated with Japanese
John Meheula and Rachel Til ton
were married on February 18.
Dr. Molony has returned from
business trip to Honolulu.
The project of filling in the old ca
nal has not been abandoned, and the
nrk is going on at iiiterv&ls.
There was au unction sale of per
sonal property belonging to the
estate of the late Samuel Nowleiu
. Monday afternoon. .
At the Lahaina School the Wash
ington s Birthday Celebration took
place on Wednesday afternoon
and the program was as follows:
1. Song "Tribute to Washington,
2 " Quotations From Washing
ton," First Department,
3 " I'm a little Red Stamp,-
4.-Recitation. " I Would Tell,
5. Recitation, " Washington
Birthday," Fourth Department
6. Song Battle Hymn of the Re
7. " 'Tis Splendid to live
Grandly." First Department.
8. Recitatiou "Our Flag," 3r
and 4th Departments.
9. Flag Salute, By the School
10. Song " The Star Spangled
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SKCOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of V.
F, SAFFERY, late ofLahaina Maui,
Notice is hereby given that pur-
st ant to an order of the Honorable
A. N. Kepoikai, Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Second Judicial Circuit,
II., the undersigned was on the
th. day of March, 1900, duly ap
pointed the Administrator of the
Estate of V. F. SafTery, and that
Letters of Administration have been
issued to the undersigned.
All creditors of said V. F. Saffery
icoased, and of said Estate, are
hereby notified to present their
claims duly authenticated with the
roper vouchers, if any exist, even
if the claim is secured by Mortgage
on real-Estate, to the undersigned
at his office atLahaina, Maui, T. II.,
or to James L. Coke his attorney, at
his office in Wailuku, T. II., within
x (6) mocths from the date of this
notice, said date being the date of
the first publication of this notice,
therwise such claim if any, will be
Dated at Lahaina, Feb. 21, 1906.
A. N. HAYSELDEN.
Administrator of the Estate of V. F.
JAMES L. COKE,
Attorney for Administrator.
Feb. 24, Mar. 3-10-17.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
COUNTY OF MAUI
By virtue of an Execution issued out
of District Court of Wailuku in and
for the County of Maui, T. H. in the
suit of J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Tax-
Assessor and Collector for Wailuku
District, 2nd Division, Plaintiff, aga'nst
Maurice K. Keohokalole, Defendant,
uly attested the 20th day of Feb.
D., 1906, to me directed and de
livered, for a judgment rendered in
aid Court for the sum of 191.20 be
sides interest and accruing costs, I
have levied on the following describ
ed property, to-wit:
Portion of L. C. A. 457 to Kawai-
liilii, situate at Puako, Wailuku,
"Beginnlug at the North Angle of
this Lot on the North side cf Govern
ment Koad leading up, at a cross
cut on stone, and running S. 44 deg.
00 E. 140. 6 feet along Konohikl to
west angle of Kaupa; S. 41 deg. 30
min. w. Hi. a ieet along nononiKi to
a stake; thence S. 47 deg. 45 min. E.
200 feet along Konohikl to a triang.
ut on stone, thence S. 50 deg. 15 min.
W. 112.2 feet along Naleipuleho Ap. 2
to a stake; S. 27 deg. 00 E. 61.4 feet
along Naleipuleho Ap.2 to a stake; S.
19 deg. 45 min. E. 147.2 feet along Na
ieipuleho Ap.2 to a stake; S. 33 deg. 00
E. 70.6 teet along rvaleipuleho to cross
on stone, S. 50 deg. 15 min. W. 142.7
feet along Konohikl to stonewall;
thence West along stonewall 71 feet
to a stake, thence S. 63 deg. 45 min.
W. 29 feet along Nuiakaukau A p. 'I to
a stake. In. 41 ties. 30 min. YV. IZ.Z
feet along Nuiakaukau Ap. I to
stake, N. 10 deg. 00 W. 69.3 feet along
Nuiakaukau Ap. 2 to a stake; N. 66
deg.30 min. W. 29 feet along Nuiakau
E. 37 feet along Kekuapabipahi, to a'l
stake; N. 48 deg. 00 W. 179 feet along
Kekuapahipahi, to a stake; JN. il aeg.
30 min. E. 68 feet along Poalima to a
stake: N. 52 deg. Id min. W. 41 fee
along Poalima to a stake; N. 36
deg. 5 min. E. 83.2 feet along
Naleipuleho to a stake; fc. o.i aeg.
45 min. E. 92.4 feet along Kuihelani
and Poalima to a stake; N. 30 deg.
00 E. 34.3 feet along Poalima to stake
N. 58 deg. 45 min. W. 71.3 feet along
Poalima to stake; N. 37 deg, 30. min
E.87.8 feet along Kuihelani to a stake
N. 47 deg. 45 min. W. 48.2 feetaloug
Kuihelani to a cross cut on stone,
Thence along reserved lot N. 38 deg,
00 E. 51. a feet to cross cut on stone
thence N. 51 deg. 00 W. 77.3 feet
along Mormon Church lot to a point
in road, thence IN. 6'J deg. 13 mm. iu
134.3 feet across the road to point
of beginning. Containing an area of
41 acres, H.xcluding MAJNU and
NALEIPULEHO Kuleanas 22100
Notice is hereby given that on
Wednesday the 27th day of March
A. D., 1906, at the hour of 12 o'clock
M., in front of the Court House
Wailuku. in said County of Maui,
I will sell all the right, title and
interest of said Maurice K. Keoho
kalole, Defendant, in and to the
above described real property, or so
much thereof as may be necessary to
satisfy said judgement and costs, to
the highest bidder for cash in U
Gold Coin; unless the said amount of
judgement and 017 expenses are pre
viouslv paid. Dated February 24 th
A. D. 1906.
WILLIAM E. SAFFERY,
Sheriff, County of Maui,
1 Feb. 24-Mar. 3-10-17-24.
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