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SATURDAY, MARCH 10,. 1906
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BICYCLES AND. SPORTING -GOODS
Remarry After Long
WHEELING ( W. Va .,) February
22. -A. very unusual romance had its
climax to night when Mr and Mrs.
Henry Fiest were reunited in mar
rage after been seperated. for sev
eral years. They were married about
seven years ago at San Francisco rind
later separated and were divorced.
After the separation Fiest lift, but
returned and kidnaped the little girl.
He is a gold miner, and,, after being
separated from hia wife, worked in
the Western gold fields for some time,
but soon left and went to Alaska and
afterward drifted toother fields.
During all these travels he kept
the little girl with hiin as his com
panion. Fiest, after traveling in
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from $5 upward; and instruct purchasers
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South America .with the , little girl,
Dorothy,' finajly came 'to " this city,
where a number of his relatives re
side. This morning Mrs.. Fiest ar
rived in the city and at once went to
her husband's home in the East End,
.' The meeting to-day between the
husband and wife and Utile ' child
was a very pathetic ose) as they had
not seen each other for over three
years. This . af ternoou a marriage
license was issued and , theywere
again united, ( after, being divorced
and separated for four years.
Mrs. Fiesfs home is in San Fran
cisco, where she was born and wheri
she met Fiest. ' The marriage"cere
mony was performed by ' Rev. Mr.
Ruble of the Zane street .Methodist
Church, and they will take .up their
residence at 1319 MeCullocU street
for the present, at least.
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Major Strong Is Arrested.
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SEATTLE (Wash."5 February 22. -Major
Putnam feradlee Strong was
arrestee! in Shanghai, China, recently
charged with .obtaining goods frOm
various firms 'under false pretenses.
The news comes in a copy, of the
Shanghai Times of . January 20th,
makes the announcement in this way.
"On hursday evening, the' arrest
was made of a gentleman 'known tn
Shanghai as Major Bradlee" Strong,
an American. The arrest was effect
ed by Detective Inspector McDowell,
and the charge, it is believed, is one
of obtaining goods by means o 'false
pretenses. The case is likel to come
Km very shortly at the American con
Strong has been lost sight of since
his spectacular elopement with Lady
Hope, formerly May , Yohe After
their, international torchlight parade
from Nf w.. York to, San. Francisco;
Hongkong,-. Hawaii, Cuba" and Rio
Janeiro, touching only the high places
May Yohe left Strong and returned
a truce and" then stepped' out Aor th
Lifesaying ; Station
' SEATTLE (Wash.), February 20.
Wireless communication 'between
Seattle and Cape Flattery and a life'
paying'' station on 1 Wa'adah island,
near the 'entrance to 'tbewtact06
rtceah; will be included1 in the" i ecom
oiehdatlons to be' made to Congress
by Commissioners' Murray,' Smith'
jkhd Hurwell, who have returned 'US'
Seattle after a two "days' voyage
down' the Straits of Juan de'Fuca.
Doth Murray and Smith saTd this
morning that they would recommend
io the officials at Washington at once
tfcatia wireless, sUVtipii'i o,!' Wad&h'
be established at..Caoe Flattery.
Their recommeudation legarding a
Ufe-saving.station on Waadah island
Mil b6 included in the'report to' Pre
sident Roosevelt; : It is tha i plan of
the Commissioners to also recommend
the placing of a wireless station at
Point Partridge, on Whidby island.
Japan Takes a Hand, in
L' 1 t
.TOKIO, February 20. The., Japa-,
nese Government, all hough assert
ing that it has at present'no Serious
apprehensions of an anti foreign r is
ping tn China.! has. called, the attention
oli the Chinese Government to the
advisability of adopting measures to
prevent the present feeling .of unrest
from developing into au ! anti foreign
Says, Revolt Js Jinminent
' 'Dr. Ayers, who has been engaged
in hospital work in North 1 China' 'for
five years past, , in connection with
the Southern Baptist Mission, has
foqnd' time and(opporluLit during. his
long residence abroad io probe into
the ills that threa'teft the empire, and
he talked interestingly of the sit
uation. "All of the trouble now brewing in
Chtaa is "directly' attributable' to a
deep seated' and unconquerable "an
tipathy toward the Government. 'The
feellng'of dissatisfaction is Spreading,
aud to my mind a revolution is immi
nent."- The anti-foreign '"feeling Is
merely one of the expressions of the
movement which has for Its' purpose
the unseating of the Manchu dynasty
and the establishmen t of a republican
form of government in its stead.' The
boycott on' American goods, "simi
larly, Is an expressidn of the same
revolutionary purpose.' These things'
are merely the means Uan end: ' '
'The more' the Chinese learn of
Western' science, Western methods
and' all other: things Western, the
more discontented they' become with
conditions tn China, There is scarcely
a Chinese student who goes to Japan
and there are thousandruf them i
but comes back Imbued with ideas Of
a republican frOm of. government,'
and the great question which is now
revolving in the minds of this class
of Chinese is how' to secure the over
throw of the dynasty. This student
class has 'become a numerous and
influential body. It is a matter'of
interest that a month or so ago 12,
000 students who 'returned to China
tn a body from the schools they had
been attending in Toklo had a great
many unkind things to say of the
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
, OF HAWAII.:
In the Matter of. the, Estate of
Rev Z. S. K. Paaluhi, late of Wai-
alua Molokai, deceased.
' Notice is hereby given that, pur
suant to an Order of the Honorable
A. N. Kepoikai, Judge of the above
entitled court, the' undersigned was
on the 7tH ,day ",'of February' A..D.
i906,' duly' appomted th AdmTnistra
tor of the Estate-of Rev. Z. S. K.
Paalahi deceased, and; tba$.; Letters
of Administration were on said date
Issued to the undersigned.1" '""
! "All creditortf'bf said'EevrZ. S. K.
Paalubi deceased, -arid cf said Estate,
are hereby-notified: to present their
claims duly authenticated ( with the
proper vouchers if any exist," even if
the ciaim' is'sedured b Morfrgage-on
ral 'estate1," t6 thii undersithed 4ftt
th 1 Office of the clerk ; of' the 2nd
Circuit Court in Wariuku, Maui, T.
H.', within' Six '(6) Months froni "the
date of this nbtic'e said date' being the
date of the fi'rst 'publication- of . 'said
notice, otherwiMe such claim if any,
win oe iorever oarrea.
" . ' "TH EODORE T. M E YER, .
Admlnistrator of Estate of Rev.' Z
S. K,"Paaluhi,' deceased.
Dated at'WailukO, this 15th.
day of February A. D. 1906. - .
Feb. 17-2 . March 3-;l0th.
rulers of their own country. To what
I extent these feelings and views were
superinduced by Japanese Influences
I would not attempt to say, although
it is common talk in China that japtti
is responsible jdr the entire" situation.
These s'tudntsil'praclically to a man,
are Identified with' the so-called re
fornVmovement.1 There Was'a lime.
only a few'- years ago.' ' When "active
participation in "the "affairs ' of ' the
refornl society 'could only' 'be" had
secretly and' at"t"h'e risk pf one's 'life;
To-day the movement is so general
that the Government bis abandoned
all ttioJght of bheckihg it.' !'oi""
;) "These studehti 'who are members
of the. better classes in China, are
responsible for the growth propaga
tlon ot the'anti foreign sentiment and
foi1 the boycott;' The anti roreijrn feel
ling1, 'fed by gentle' 'sophistries,' is
sweeping over the coubtvlike a tor1
hado. ' It is the' instrument which
the reform ' society is employing to
attain itfl ends' These men of ' the
soolety;- tod weak: !n ' themselves to
overthrow the dynasty ,"are 'encoura
ging'a fight agaibst all foreigners in
the hope that' the' dynasty will ' be
held responsible by the world powers.
Thus, if the Government of China is
unable' to preserve peace withiii" jis
realms and unable to protect the
lives of foreign subjects, it may lose
its head. That is the purpose and
aim of the whole movement! I would
hesitate to say to what extent Japan
is responsible for this state of affairs,
but' it is common gossip that Japa'
nese Influence is back of the whole;
movement. . Certainly, at least the1
thousands of Chinese students who
go to Japan return equipped with a
fine determination' to carry, on a
relentless war against their G6vern
ment. ' " -'
''The anti . foreign feeling is not
directed ' particularly toward . the
missionaries. ' The doctrine that is
being spread abroad i.i the empire
is that the foreigners are there to
grab territory, and the Chinese Can
see that the missionaries are not in
China' to make money or to grab
territory." ' '
IN T.B E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
. SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In the Matter of the Estatp of
ROBERT E. FORD, late of Lahaina
. Notice is hereby viven that pur
mant to nn Order of the Honorable
A. N, Kepoikai, Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Second Judicial Circuit.
T, ,H., the undei signed was on the
22nd day of January, A. D. 1906,
duly appointed the Administrator of
the Etate of Robert E. Ford deceas
ed nnd that Letters of Administra
te, have been issued t" the under
All creditors of said Robert E.
Ford deceased and of said estate are
hereby notified to present their
claims duly, authenticated with the
proper vouchers, If anv exist, even
if the claim is secured by morisraee
on real estate, . to the imdersiened
at his office at Lahaina. Maui, T. H.,
or ,to James L. Coke his attorney, at
his office in Wailuku, T. H., , within
six (6) months from thp date of this
notice said date being the date of the
first publication of thU notice, other
wise such claim if any, will be forever
Dated a' Lahaina, Jan.. 31, 1906.
' " ' ' WiLLlAM HENNING,
Administrator of the Estate of Robt.
E. Ford, deceased.
JAMES L. COKE,
Attorney for Administrator.
. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby eiven that my wife,
Kawahie; havine separated from me.
I will not - be responsible for any
debts hereafter contracted by her.
All persons are warned against, giv
ing Credit'to my wife. ' '
! JOHN KAMAHELE,
Dated Feb. 5, 1306
Feb. 10 -1724. Marqh. 3rd.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
! SALE OF RE!AL PROPERTY.
: Notice is hereby given . that under
and by virtue' of ' an Order of the
honorable A: N. fCenoikai.'Jufltrfl of
Ithe Circuit Court of the Second Judi'
cial 'Clrciiit,' Territory of : Hawaii,
sitting in probate, duly made and
entered On February. 26. 1906, ' the
undersigned, Thos B.' Lyons. 'Ad-
mlni8tra'tol of the Estate of J'. PALI
SYLVA deceased, will sell at public
auction and outcry to' the hlghtest
fand best' bidden fo cash, at the front
dobi of the Court! House in thd town
of Wailuku',' Island and County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii; on Mon
day the 2nci.'day of April, A:D. 1906,
at 11 O'clock' in the fore noon,f all of
the undivided one-half v interest be
lottglng to'the estate of the said J.
PALI SYLVA deceased, in and to
that certain piece, 'parcel or lot of
land situated in' the IU'of Peepee,
Wailuku, Island and County of Maui;
Territory' "of Hawaii, and being a
portion of!,. C. A." N6. 8559B: to
Lunaliloi and said lot being' particu
iar'ly described by metes and bounds
as follows: '' " - '
' ' Beginning at a point 104 feet N,
38'deg. 30 mln: W. of N W. Corner
of Vineyard and Martet Streets in
the town of Wailuku, Maui, the said
point beihg 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 long Autone do Rego's
lot. thence, N. 51 deg. 30 min. E.
127-3-10 feet along Wailuku Sugar
Go's, ladd'to Market Street, thence,
S. 38 deg. 30 mm. E. 70 'feet along
Market Street to the point of begin
nlng. " The whole of said lot contain
ing an area of .208 of an acre, and
being the same premises conveyed
by an described in deed of C, Brewer
& Company, Limited, a Corporation,
to 'JOSEPH I.- SYLVA and J. Kj
KAHOOKELE,' said deed bearing
date May 31st. 1902.
Said sale shall be subject to the
confirmation of the above mentioned
Court. " Deeds to be drawj at the
expense of the purchasers.
For further particulars apply to
James L. Coke,' the attorney for the
undersigned, at his law office in
Wailuku,1 Island ot Maui, T. H.
Dated at Wailuku, February, 27tU
1906. ' ' ' '
THOS. B. LYONS,
Administrator of the Estate of J.
Pall Sylva, deceased.
JAMES L. COKE,
Attornery for estate of J. Pali Sylva
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
COUNTY OF MAUI
By Virtue of an Execution issued out
of District Court of Wailuku in and
for th County or Maul, T. H. in the
BuitofJ.'N. K.'K'.'ola,' Deputy Tax-
Assessor and Collector for Wailuku
Distrlct,2nd Division, Plaintiff.against
Maurice K. Keohokalule, Defendant,
duly attested the 20th day of Feb.
A. D., 1906, to me directed and de
livered, for a judgment rendered in
said Court! for the sum o' $91.20 be
sides interest and accruing costs, I
have levied on the following describ
ed property, to wit:
i 1 Portion of L. C. A. 457 to Kawai
liilii, . situate at Puako, Wailuku,
, "Beginning at the North Angle of
this Lot on the North side cf Govern
ment Roud leading up, at a cross
cut on stone, and running S. 44 deir.
00 E i40. 6 feet alontf Konohiki to
west anifle of Kaupa; S. 41 deir. 30
min. W 117. 5 feet along Konohiki to
a stake; thence S. 47 deg. 45 min. E.
200 feet, along Kimohikl to a triang.
cut on stone, thencf S. 60 deg. 15 min.'
W. 112.2 feet alone Naleipuleho Ap. 2
toa stake; S. 27 deg.' 00 E. 61.4 feet
along Naleipuleho Ap.2 to a stake; S.
19 de. 45 min. E. 147.2 feet alonjir Na
leipuleho Ap.2 to a stake; S 33 dejf - 00
E. 70.6 teet along Naleipuleho to 6ross
on stone, S. 50 de. 15 min. W. 142 7
feet along Konohiki to Rtone'wall;
thence West along stonewall 71 f ?et
to a stake, thence S. 63 deg. 45 min.
W. 29 feet along Nuiakaukau Ap.2 to
a stake, N. 41 deg. 30 min. W. 42.2
feet along Nuiakaukau A p. 2 to a
stake, N. 10 deg. 00 W. 69.3 feet along
Nuijkaukau Ap. 2 to a stake; N. 66
deg.30min. W. 29 feet along Nuiakau
kau Ap.2toastake;N. 40deg.l5min.
E. 37 feet along Kekuapahipahi, to a
stake; N. 4,8 deg. 00 WI 179 f-;et along
Kekuapahipain, to a st'ake N. 41 deg.
SO min. E. 68 feet along Poalima to a
stake; N. 52 deg.15 min. W, 41 feet
along foal una to a stake; in ak
deg. C5 min. E.' 83.2 feet along
Naleipuleho to a stake; S. 53 deg.
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;
K.,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 "38.2 feet along
Kuihelani to a cross cut on stone,
Thence along reserved lot N. 38 deg.
00 E. 54.2 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 N. 39 deg. 15 min. E.
134.3 feet across the road to point
of beginning. Containing an area of
2.' '41 acre3, Excluding MANU and
NALEIPULEHO Kuleanas 22-100
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. S.
Gold Coin; unless the said amount of
judgement acd m? expenses are pre
viously paid. J Dated February 24th
A. D. 1906.
WILLIAM E. SAFFERY,
Sheriff, County of Maui.
Feb. 24-Mar. 3-10-17-24.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
" TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
' At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of V.
F, SAFFERY, late of Lahaina Maui,
: Notice is hereby given that pur
srant to an order of the Honorable
A.. N. Kepoikai, Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Second Judicial Circuit,
T. H., the undersigned was on the
5th, day of March, 1906, duly ap
pointed the Administrator of the
Estate of V. F. ' Saffery, nnd th: 4
Letters of Administration h.iv hour.
issued to the undersigned. C
All creditors of said V. F. Saffery
dacoased, and of said Estate, are
hereby notified ' to preseut their
claims duly authenticated with the
proper vouchers, if any exist, even
if the claim is secured by Mortgage
on real Estate, to the undersigned
at his office at Lahaina, Maui, T. II.,
or to James L. Coke his attorney, at
his office in Wailuku, T. H.,' Withiu "
six (6) mocths from the date of this
notice, 6ald date being the date, of
the first publication of this notice
otherwise such claim if any, will be
Dated at Lahaina, B'eb. 21, 1906
A. N. HAYSKLDEN.
Administrator of the Estate of V. F.
Saffery, deceased. ' ' '
JAMES L. COKE,
Attorney for Administrator.
Feb. 24, Mar. 3-10-17.