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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1 906
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A W. Kopoikftl, Circuit turttre, WhUuku
Eilmuml H. Hart. Clerk Circuit Court, Waliuku
Judge W. A. McKay Dist. Mairintrate, VValluku
" J. RecBrd " " I-ahnlna
Cha. Copp, M " Wakawno
" Kunukau, " ' Honunula
" J. KhIuiiih, " ' Han
" Plimanu, " " Klpnhiilu
" MuCorrlloii " Molokai
" Katioohalnnala, " 1 Lnnnl
W. T. Robinson, TiX A-3H8or Wailuku
J. N. Keola, Deputy Afiscfwor Wailuku
A. P wares Paia
Q. Ku.iu, ' Ltthalna
M. H. Router, " " Hunt
Wm, HonninK, Supervisor, Chairman Lntinina
W. It. CornwoR,
i. m. i;nurcn,
J. H. Halualanl,
T. T. Meyern,
D. II. CaKo,
L. M. Hulilwln,
W. F. rfaae,
Sheriffs Clork Wniluku
. Clark, Deputy SInirlR
C. R. Lindsay, " "
Krtgar Morton, " "
F. VVIttrock, " "
J. II. Maboe, ' "
The Aloha is taking on a
sugar at Knanapali.
Work on the New Ia3 Valley
is progressing rapidly.
The Louisiana from New Castle is
unloading coal at Kaanapali.
Today will be the 75th anniver.
sary of the birth of Mr. A. Enos Sr.
The new shingle of Dr. St. Sure is
now in place in front of the Wailuku
The architectural work of the new
depot of Paia is being done by S. R.
Dowdle of Kaupakalua.
Prayers were offered for Mr. H. P.
Baldwin's recovery, at the Protest
a it Episcopal church last Sunday.
Tho new bank and Masonic temple
in Kahului is to occupy the site now
occupied by the mormon church
The Kahului Railroad Company is
ballasting and improving its road
"and making many improvements
The Maka wao Teachers Asscia tion
will hold its monthly meeting at the
Makawao Schoolhouse next Monday.
It wjll be on all day meeting.
The personal offects of"H. C. Hal
vorson were sold at auction on Wed
nesday by J. L. Coke Auctioneer and
brought good prices. Most of the
effects were of good quality. '
J. W. M loiy has th3 co ntract for
building the new depot at Paia the
new depot at WaMuku, and the new
residence being erected on. Main
Street by W. T. Robinson for Dr.
R. H. Dinegar.
The Womans Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its re
gular meeting on Tuesday March 6th
at the homo of Mrs. J. II. Raymond,
Thiough the. courtesy of D. II.
Casa our repiesentative to Washing
ton we are in receipt of the report
of the Committee on the territories.
This includes the hearing of the
testimony of our delegates to Wash
ington. The farce, "Plover Out of Season,"
which was given at a "recent Liter
ary in Makawao will be repeated at
Aleiander House the evening of
March 3rd, 8 o'clock. ' There will be
a train to Paia at the close.
Admission 50 cents
Children 25 cents "
Tickets for tale at the Back.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Moore, from
Marthalltown, Iowa, who have been
- spending the winter in Honolulu, came
vto Maui this week, to see our beatui
ful Iao Valley, and Heleakala. From
here the return to Honolulu and
thence to Kauai for a week when they
will have completed their tour of the
chain of Islands.
The departure of Mrs and Miss
Huntington, who have made their
home at the settlement House dur
ing their bojourn on Maul, leave for
Honolulu Wednesday next. TKey
leave nothiug but words of praise to
say for Maui, having visited the
principal objects of interest.
They have made many friends while
hern, who regret their departure.
News has beeu received that Mrs.
D. II. Davis, who has been seriously
III at the Queen's Hospital Is out of
Molokans on Kauai.
"The Molokans are well satisfied
with the new homes on Kauai," said
Captain Sam Johuson, who returned
from the Gardeu Island, where he
had gone to see the Russian emi
grants sett'led on the land, "It is
Mr. Dritlon an expect account
ant has accepted a position in the
D L. Austin of the Pacific Hard
ware Company of Honolulu will
arrive on Maui about the 12th inst.
in the interests of his firm.
Mr. J. E. Higgins or the U. S. ex
periment station of Homlulu was in
town Saturday, inspecting and
selecting lands suitable for grape
growing for the Kaupukalua Wine
and Liquor Company.
R. W. Filler, Suprintendent of the
Kahului Railroad is confined to his
bed with a severe attack of asthma.
J. R. Dagget of San Francisco the
gentleman Mho never saw it rain in
Hilo is in toTn. Mr. Dagget has made
a number of trips to Hilo and the
statement he made that he had
never seen it rain there was widely
commented on by papers of the Terri
tory. All who know Mr Dagget
accept his statements os true but
those who have visited Hilo think
he must hae unusual influence on
the climatic conditions of the rainy
A Alberg of Lahaina was in town
Captain R. Peterson came ever
from Lahaina this week.
Dr. Sawyer resident physician of
the Queens hosipital of Honolulu is to
be the new plantation physician for
the Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
Company and for Kihei Plantation
Company. He is a brother of, Mrs.
Searby of Puunene.
Miss Tisdale of Oakland California
was a guest of Manager and Mrs. Ci
B. Wells this week. Miss Tisdale is
a daughter of Dr. Tisdale a former
physician of Honolulu and at one
time the physician of King Kalakaua.
Tho doctar later engaged in the
sugar industry and was one of the
prominent planters of Hawaii.
' Mr. W. F. Montgomery a lumber
merchant of Los Angeles is spending
some months in the islands and
was this week a guest of Manager C.
encountered at first. . We landed at
AnahoU, and went from there to. the
Kapaa lauds, where the Molokans
took possession of some Japanese
quarters that had been vacated on
"This is only a temporary occu
pancy, because tbey are getting
ready to draw plans for a village
of their own on a new site, and sub
mit these plans to the manager of
the plantation, Mr.- Fairchild. He
has treated them wlt,h great consi
deration, and the confidence in him
is absolute. There is no doubt that
the plans for the Molokan village
will be approved. As soon as that
is done, lumber will be hauled to the
ground, and the work of construction
"The Molokans had little to eat
the first day, and little on 'steamer.
The boat was not especially provi
sioned for thtm, the only meat
aboard being salt beef. Now, the
religion of the Molokans does not
permit them to eat pork, and I had
the greatest trouble in persuading
them that this meat, was not pork.
Finally, I did persuade them and the
people of Kauai helped out with con
tributions of food. They bad lunch
ready for them at Anahola.
"Another thing that was a little
bard upon them was the mosquitoes,
the first night. They bad no nets,
and some cf the children and the
older folks, too, were pretty badly
bitten. I asked one of the men, the
next morning, if he had not sworn at
the leader about this, bit he said:
" 'No; my religion does not permit
me to swi-ar. But I thought some
bad words in my mind against Mike.'
"Mike is the name of their leader
or what they call him. But they will
get on all right as soon as they es
tablish themselves. They are hard
working, honest, religious people."
Sam said nothing about their poll
tics, but he will see to that later.
He is the only political orator in a
land of orators who can deliever an
address to the Molokans. And he
is too good a politician to forego bis
Teachers Strike Because They
A teachers' strike is no doubt a
very novel thing, at least m the Is
lands, still such an event was report
ed at the meeting of the Board of.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY.
Notice is hereby given that under
end by virtue of an Order of the
Honorable A. N. Kepoikai, Judge of
the Circuit Court of the Second Judi
cial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
sitting irf probate, duly made and
entered on February, 26. 1906,sthe
undersigned, ThOs. B. Lyons, Ad
ministrator of the Estate of J. PALI
SYLV A deceased, will sell at public
auction and outcry to the hlghtest
and best bidder fo- cash, at the front
door of the Court House in the town
of Wailuku, Island anJ County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, on Mon
day the 2nd. day of April, A ; D. 1906,
at 11 o'clock in the fore noon, all of
the undivided one-half interest be
longing to the estate of the said J.
PALI SYLVA deceased, in and to
that certain piece, parcel or lot of
land situated in the III of Peepee,
VVailuku, Island and County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, and being a
portion of L. C. A. No. 8559 B. to
Lunulilo, and said lot being particu
larly described by metes and bounds
Beginning a a point 104 feet N.
38 deg. 30 min. W. of N- W. Corner
of Vineyard and Martet Streets in
the town of Wailuku, Maui, the said
point being the N. . E. Corner of
Frank Correa's lot and running:
S. 51 deg. 30 min. W. 132 feet a
long Frank Correa and M.. G. Du
arte's lot thence, N. 35 deg. 00 min.
W. 70 feet along Antone do Rego's
lot, thence, N. 51 de;. 30 min. E.
127-3-10 feet alo&g Wailuku Sugar
Co's. land to Market Street, thence,
S. 38 deg. 30 mm. E. 70 -feet along
Market Street to the point of begin
ning. The whole of said lot contain
ing an area of .203 of an acre, and
being the same premises conveyed
by an described in deed of C, Brewer
& Company, Limited, a Corporation,
to JOSEPH P. SYLVA and J. K.
KAIIOOKELE, said deed bearing
date May 31st. 1902.
Said sale shall be subject to the
confirmation of the above mentioned
Court. Deeds to be drawa at the
expense of the purchasers.
For further particulars apply to
James L. Coke, the attorney for the
undersigned, at his Iawoffice In
Wailuku, Island ot Maui, T. H.
Dated at Wailuku, February, 27th
JHOS. B. LYONS,
Administrator of the Estate of J.
Pali Sylva, deceased.
JAMES L. COKE,
Attornery for estate of J. Pall Sylva
letters from the school agent and
principal of the Eleele school, which
stated alike that diptherla had
broken out in the district, causing
about one-third of the pupils to be
held in quarantine.
Mrs. Lennox the principal wrote
that children from infected homes
attended the school and she was a
fraid of teach'njf under the circum
stances, as she was afraid to com
municate the desease to her little
boy. Dr. Sandow, she said, was no
doubt a good physician but he was
not alive to the danger of the occasion
when he wanted the schools to keep
Agent Hofgaard wrote that the
three teachers at Eleele had struck
work. He had tried to secure sub
stitutes, but had been una ble to do so.
Babbitt said ha did not blame Mrs.
Lennox for closing school, as 6be
must of course be anxious about her
child's health. He had sent Inspect
or Baldwin to Kauai to look into the
Babbitt reported that he had re
ceived letters regarding the propo
sition of securing ttransport passages
for teachers who wishes to attend
California summer schools, from F.
M. Hatch, Delegate Kalanlanaole
and Secretary McClellan. Hatch
wrote, under date of February 8,
that he regretted to stale that Se
cretary of War Taft had not found
t in his power to comply with the re
quest. His decision was undoubtedly
final. The others wrote that they
would try their best.
President Benj. Ida Wheeler of the
University of California wrote sug
gesting that possibly arrangements
might be made with the Paci
fic Mail S. S. Co. Babbitt said he
intended to try this. Farrlngton
suggested that the Oceanic S. S. Co.
might also be approached, but Bab
bitt did not seem to think that there
EVER HAVE FRIENDS TO LUNCH ?
DROP IN ON YOU WITHOUT NOTICE ?
WHEN THE COOK IS AWAY?
Then is the time you can appreciate
Armours Canned goods they should be
in every house all the time theyre so
LOOK ON THE LABLE FOR THE WORD
ik wvw !
What do you think of this one only
We have larger ones as
can do better work only
And we havfi the things
use on the stove the things that you
cook on and in the stove and at
San Francisco Prices.
Don't forget that. Right here as you want them.
Open Saturday bvenin&s.
have the best
for a Stove
. J iC
well but none
more of it.
von writ to
The Emporium of the Pacific.
true that there were some hardbhips
Education. Superintendent read
i was much hope in this direction.