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4 THE MAUI NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1906
GET THE HABIT
Of trading at the LAHAINA STORE the depend
able store. You might save a few tteps by buying
elsewhere, bnt are you sure of the freshness and
quality ? Our goods in every department are of the
best quality for the money. We would not make this
statement if we did not mean it.
The Best of Everything
t Live and Let Live Prices
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Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Notions, Plantation Supplies
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1 burner $5.50 2 burners $8.50 3 burners $10.50
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Kodak Developing Machines
Films and Photographic Supplies of every description.
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Galvanized Sheet Iron,
Leather Shoe Findings
At Sea Over The Rate
Washibgton, March 3. Confer
ences on the Hepburn railroad rate
bill are;every day becoming more nu
merous and more confusing, Groups
of Republican Senators advocating
an amendment providing for judicial
review of orders of the Interstate
Commerce Commission; groups of
Republican Senators who support
the bill'as.It passed the House and
was reported by I the Interstate Com
merce Committee ofjhe Senate, and
groups ofiDemocratic Senators may
le seen in close? consultation almost
every hou rof 1 every day, the latter
trying to determine what their party
policy, will be.
The most notable of these groups is
In the. Spring
the young man's fancy lightly 13
turns to tlioug'.ts of beer. As 3
long as it's
that he's thinking about, it's nil
right. Abetier beverage f"
the s r 0 if, summer, autum or
winter it would be impossible !o
find and both the young man and
the old man may drink it with
pleasure and profit.
Its easy here where there are so many
to choose from. We have every style of
the famous Eastman Kodaks, at prices
from $5 upward and instruct .purchasers
in the operating.
fort . .
the first mentioned, which has di
rected it efforts toward bringing
about an agreement to an amend
ment that might prove satisfactory
to all the Republicans. The members
of this faction ire making use of the
argument that unless amended the
bill will be;dec!ared unconstitutional.
It is an argument used alike to Re
publicans and Democrats. This fac
lion professeseneouragement. It is
said by some of these Senators that
an informal pull hows a majority of
the S.'iiate in favor of a court-review
feature. This poll, however, is not
in the form of a pledge.
Senators DoMiver and Clapp, the
Republican leaders of the faction
supporting the bill without almend
input, .still believe that the bili ought
to go through in that form.
No amendments have yet been sub
mitted to them which they are will
ing to accept. They will have n con
ference with the President on M m
It developed today that 'n cane
the Republicans should be successful
in getting together it would tend to
solidify the Democrats, and it is quite
likely that they would endeavor to
secure caucus action favoring thr
Hepburn bill without amendment,
basing their action on the unanimous
si pport given to the bill by the De
mocrats of the House. Some of the
Democratic Senators believe that in
case their party should get together
on the bill as it came from the House
quite a large number of Republican
Senators would vote with them. How
ever, the whole matter relating to
the rale bill is still in the realm of
speculation and no doubt will be for
sou:e time to come.
Shots Fired In
Eureka, March 7. As the culmi
natioivof nti titlark on the Herald in
the Cahfornian of last Saturday M.
M. Vaughn, editor of the Califorinau,
fired three s'ots this afternoon at
Niles G. Hyatt, manager of the Her.
a d, none of the bullets, however, i!o
ing any injury. Vaughn, who is fara
lyzi.'d in the lower limbs and unable to
walk, drove up to the front of the
Herald office about 2 o'clock and
called for some one to come to the
door. Miss May Goddard, an .ni
ploye, went to 'he sidewalk, and t-he
was asked if Frank Puikar. editor of
the Herald, was in.
Miss G oil da id was not sure, and re
turned to the office to inquire. Find
ing Parker was nut, she returned to
he r irringe and so informed Vaughn.
He then inquired for Manager Hyatt,
an I the latter went to the door. He
was not acquainted with Vuughn,
and approached the carriage.
As he did so Vaughn sang out.
"Arm yourself, I" Before
H at t. could have amed hiaiself, even
1 ad he so desired, he was fired at
three times. When Hyatt saw what
was coming he immediately sought,
refuge behind a t legraph pole, and
Vaughn desisted from further shoot
ing. Vaughn was arrested and re
leased on bail.
Cousin of Great Ironmaster
ALAMEDA, March 3. Andrew
Carnegie has in this city a second
cousin, who for five years past has
been toiling frrm morning to night as
a menial in various Alameda homes,
endeavoring during part of that
period to support herself and her
daughter by tt.e work of her hands.
On March 6, 1902, the iron master
was brought to recognize his relative
and her needs, and since that time
she has received $25 from him each
month. A 6hort time ago her daugh
ter married, so that her situation at
present is not nearly so bad as it was,
but the story of her struggles is an
Mrs. Diana Greensett, for that is
the name of the woman, is related to
Carnegie through the fact that her
maternal grbndfather and Carnegie's
father were brothers. She is an elder
ly woman, residing at present with
her daughter and son-in-law a 2410
Lincoln avenue, in very modestquar
ters over an express office. She was
born in Aberdeen, Scotland, aud when
a mere infant lost her parents, her
father being killed in the Crimean
War. At 7 years of age she was
adopted by her godmother, with
whom she lived until she was married
to William Greensett, at the age of
Greensett died shortly after their
marriage, his widow giveng birth 10
a baby daughter a month aftsr the
father's death. Left in very strait
ened circumstances, she decided about
live years ago to come to America,
making her destination the homo of a
sister in the Moraga valley. After
spending a month there, she came to
Alameda and immediately sought em
ployment as a domestic, in which ca
I aeity she has worked ever since.
Mrs. Greensett's story 'nterested
an Alamedan named Charles Cherod
a few months after the woman came
here, aud he took up her case with
Carnegie through correspondence.
After much letter wiitlng Carnegie
was convinced of the genuiness of the
relationship, and three years ago the
following word carae to Mrs. Green
sett: "Hoboken, N. J., March 6, 1902.
Dear Madam; I take plea ure in in-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIUCUIT TERRITORY
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Mailer of the Estate of
AUGUSTINE ENOS, late of Wailu
ku, Maui, deceased.
Order for Notice of Hen ring Peti
tion for Probate .f Will.
A Document purporting to be the
Last Will and Testament of AUG US
TINE ENOS, late of Wai'uku, Maui,
deceased, having on the 8th day of
March, A. D. 1906 been presented
to said probate Court, and a Petition
for the Probate thereof, and for the
Issuance of Letters Testamentary
to ROSA ENOS, AUGUSTINE
ENOS and JOSE VIEIRA MAR
CIEL, having been filed by ROSA
H is hereby ordered, that Monday,
the 23rd day of April, A. D. 1906 at
10 o'l l'K'k, A. M , of said day at the
Court Room of said Court, at Wailuku,
Maui, bi and the same hereby is ap
pointed the time and place for prov
ing Raid Wll and hearing said ap
It is further ordered, that notice
thereof be given, by publication once
a week for three successive weeks, iu
the "Evening Bulletine" and "Maui
News", a newspapers published in
the English language, the last pu
blication to he not less than ten days
previous to the time therein appoint
ed for hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Mar. 8lh.
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court 2nd Uircui-.
By the Court: (3d ) EDMUND H.
(Seal ) M.ircli 10-17 -24-31.
OB'FICE OV THE BOARD OF
Honolulu, Hawaii, Match 1, 1906.
Notice is hereby given that, at a
meeting of the Board of Health held
February 28th 1906, in accordauce
with Section 28,Garbage Regulations,
the following places were designated
as public dumping grounds for the
dumping and disposition of garbage
at Wailuku and Lahaina, Maui, viz:
The foot of the Wailuku-Kahului
road, below the sand hills.
That portion of Lahaina know as
the "canal" and which crosses Main
street near tne N. E. corner of the
L. E. PINKHAM,
President, Board of Health.
Attest: C. CHARLOCK.
Secretary, Board of Health.
"' March 10-17-24th.
NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF
RATORS. Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to an order of the Honorable
A. N. KEPOIKAI, Judge of the Cir
cuit Court of the Second Judicial
Circuit, duly made and entered on
the 13th day of March, A. D. 1906,
the undersigned were duly appointed
Temporary Administrators of the
Estate of Agustine Enos late of Wai
luku, Maui, deceased.
All accounts due said estate or
said deceased are payable to the un
dersigned at the Store of said A.
Enos Deceased, Wailuku, Maul, T. H.
Dated at Wailuku, this I6th. day
of March, A. D. 1906.
A. G. DICKENS,
J. M. VIVAS,
JAMES L. COKE,
forming you that I have received
instructions from Mr. Carnegie to
forward to you each month the sum
of $25. Check and voucher will leave
here the first of each month, begin
ning March 31, 1902.
"R. A. FRANK,
"President Home Trust Company."
Since then the 'checks have come
regularlv and they have done much to
relieve Mrs. Greensett's wants, al
she has still been compelled to add
to her Income by her labor. Her
great fear, and it has developed
nearly into an absessiou, has been
that for some reason Carnegie would
change his mind and put an end to
his contributions, which in view of
her advancing ' years, would once
more reduce her to the direst straits.
For this reason she has very rarely
spoken of her relationship with the
founder of libraries such as Alameda
possesses, and practically none of
her neighbors is acquainted with the
facts of her life.
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NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY.
Notice is hei-eby given that under
and by virtue of an Order of the
Honorable A. N. Kepoikai, Judge of
fhn c-'-uit Court of the Second Judi
rial Circuit-. T rritory of Hawaii,
sitti g in probate, duly rotda and
entered on February, 2f. 1906, the
undersigned, Thos B. Lyons. Ad
ministrator of the Estate of J. PALI
SYLV A deceased, will sell at public
auction and outcry to the hightest
and best bidder fo'- cash, at the front
d-Kr of the Court House in the town
of Wailuku, Islaud 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, al' 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 Hi of Peepee,
Wailuku, Island and County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, and being a
portion of L. C. A. No. 8559 B. to
Lunalilo, and said lot being particu
larly described by metes and bounds
Beginning at 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 6aid
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 deg. 30 min. E.
127-3-10 feet along Wailuku Sugar
Go's, land to Market Street, thence,
S. 38 deg. 30 min. E. 70 feet along
Market Street to the point of begin
ning. 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
A Company, Limited, a Corporation,
to JOSEPH P. SYLVA and .1. K.
KAHOOKELE, 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 law office in
Wailuku, Island of Maui, T. H.
Dated at Wailuku, February, 27tL
THOS. B. LYONS,
Administrator of the Estate of J.
Pali Sylva, deceased.
JAMES L. COKE,
Attornery for estate of J. Pali Sylva
Notice is hereby given that E. H.
Pieper has filed and application for
a 4th class liquor license at Pata,
Makawao, Maui, any protest against
issuauceof this license should be filed
ia this office by Friday March 30,
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii
Honolulu, March 13, 1906.
March, 17, 24.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
COUNTY OF MAUI
By virtue of an Execution issued out
of District Court of Wailuku in and
for the County of Maul, T. II. In the
suit of J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Tax
Assessor and Collector for Wailuku
District, 2nd Division, Plain tiff.against
Maurice K. Keohokakle, Defendant,
duly at tested the 2()th day of Feb.
A. D, 1906. tome directed and de
livered, for a judgment rendered in
snid Court for the sum of $91.20 be
sides ii.tercst and accruing costs, I
have levied on the following describ
ed property, to wit :
Portion of L. C. A. 457 to Kawai
liiii, situate at Pu'tko, Wail nk 11,
"Beginning at the North Angle of
this Lot on the N01 Ih side ( f Govern
ment Road leading up, at a cross
cut on stone, and running S. 44 deg.
00 E 140. 6 feet along Konohiki to
west angle of Kanpa; S. 41 deg. 30
min. W 117. 5 feel nlong Konohiki to
a stake; thence S. 47 deg. 45 min. E.
21)0 feet along Konohiki to a triang.
cuton stone, thenei S 50 deg. 15mn.
W. 112.2 feet alor.i- Naleipuleho Ap. 2
tia stake; S. 27 deg. (Ml E 61.4 feet
along Naleipuleho A p. 2 to a stake; S.
19 deg. 45 min. E. 147 2 feel along Na
leipuleho Ap.2 to 11 slake; S 33 deg. 00
E. 70.6 leet along Naleipuleho to cross
on stone, S. 50 deg. 15 min. W. 142 7
feet along Konohiki to stonewall;
thence West alo ig stonewall 71 f et
to a stake,! thence S. 63 deg. 45 min.
W. 29 feet along Nuiakaukau A p. 2 to
a stake, N. 44 d-g 3D min. W 42 2
feet along Nuiakaukau Ap. 2 to a
stake, N. 10 deg. (10 W. 69.3 feet along
Nuukaukau Ap. 2 to a stnke; N 66
deg. 30 min. W. 29 feet aiong Nuinkuu
kau Ap.2 to a slake;N 40 deg. 15 min.
E. 37 feet along Kekiaiaiiiphi, to .1
stake; N. 48 deg. 00 W. 179 f-el along
Kekuapahipahi. to astute; N. 41 deg.
30 min. E. 68 feet along Paliin- to a
stake; N. 52 deg. 15 min. W 41 feet
along Poalima to a sttke; N 36
deg. 5 min. E. 8! 2 feet along
Naleipuleho to a stake; S. 53 deg.
45 min. E. 92.4 feet along Kuihelaui
and Poalima to a stake; N. 30 deg.
00 E. 34.3 feet along P.mlima nstske;
H. 58 deg. 45 niiu. W. 71.3 feet, along
Poalima to stake; N. 37 deg. 30. min.
E.87.8 feet nl .ng Kuihelaui to a stake;
N. 47 deg. 45 min. W 48.2 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 ati area of
2. 41 acres, 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 Maul,
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 iof
judgement and my expenses are pre
viously paid. Dated February 24th
A. D. 1906.
WILLIAM E. SAFFERY,
Sheriff, County of Maui.
Feb. 24-Mar. 3-10-17-24.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT OF
Washington D. C. February 19,
1906. Whereas by satisfactory evi
dence presented to the undersigned,
it has been made to appear that
"The Lahaina National Bank," in
the Town of Lahaina, in the County
of Maui and Territory of Hawaii, has
complied with all the provisions of the
Statutes of the United States, re
quired to be complied with before an
association shall be authorized to
commence the business of Banking.
Now therefore I, William B. Ridge
ly, Comptroller of the Currency, do
hereby certify that ''The Lahaina
National Bank," in the Town of La
haina, in the County of Maui aud
Territory of Hawaii, is authorized to
commence the business of Banking
as provided in Section Fifty one
hundred and sixty nine of the Revis
ed Statutes of the United States.
Iu testimony whereof witness my
hand and Seal of office this Nineteenth
day of February, 1906.
Win. B. RIDGELY.
Comptroller of the Currency.
Mar. 10-17-24-31-Apnl 7-14 -21-'8
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