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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, MAY 12, V906.
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FIRST DEPOSIT TODAY. LCS
1,023 In Formosa
Tokio, April 14 - l'ispaiehes 'hat
were received iirro o.v we uhoth'
. . . . ...... . . r ..
liviit to-day tiring uie news 01 a mo
lent rartl. quake which neciirreil this
mornirg in tin- southern part of Hie
islam! of Formosa. Upward of 1. (Kill
persons were killed, mid the list of
casualties may reach any u here from
that figure K 5,(10(1, for the damage
done is reported to have been inneli
greatwr that at the time of the earth
quake which occurred last month.
By the great earthquake 'n March
1,014 persons were killed, 09.) were
injured 1,200 houses were demolish d.
The tow of 'iakov, one of the
southern treaty polls, is 111 the re'
yion most seriou.-ly affected by to
day's eari.l quake and although the
di-patches from tin scene or oisaster
are meaner, it is fe.udl Hat the
town has been destroyed. All the
towns in the southern part of the
island are liei'u ved to have been
The da.naye done by the earth
quake of last month was roughly es
timated at $45,0(10,000, and the pros
perous towns of Uatiyo, Raishko and
Shinko were completely destroyed.
As to-day's eai thquake is reported
to have been more" serious both in
loss of life and injury to the cities, it
is feared that details of the disaster
will be appalling.
REMARKABLE LIST OF NA
The list of earthquakes, volcanic-
outbursts and tidal waves that have
occurred during the past twelve or
fifteen months forms a remarkable
record of natural calamities, perhaps
the most notable iu modern times.
The great destructive forces have
been at work in various parts of the
world since the volcanic eruption at
Mount Pelee in May 1902, and caused
the death of 40,000 persons and dur
ing the past year the great disasters
have been partically every month
Here are emmr rated some of the
principal calamities, with the report
ed results of loss of life and. injury to
. January, 1905 Momotombo vol
cano. the largest in Nicaragua, after
many years of repose, broke out
violently, destroying many homes
and some of the small settlements in
the vicinity and putting thousands of
Inhabitants into Hight.
' April 1, 1905 -Earthquake in the
region north of Cashmere, India,
killed 37 persons.
May 24, 1905 -Town of Tamazula,
in the State of Durango, Mexico, al
most destroyed by an earthquake
and several womtiii and children kill
ed. June 1, 1905 Earthquake at Al
bania results in the loss of 100 lives
and 200 persons are injured.
August 21, 1905 Satnoan volcano
destroyed many isolated homes and
partly destroyed one village.
September 3, 1905 Volcano out
break at Ceri;o, Dolores mountain in
the State of Michoacan, Mexico, oes
troyed many homes.
September 8, 1905 The Calabria
earthquakes in Italy destroyed more
than thirty-five towns and villages,
killing 5,000 people and injuring
20.000. More than 500,000 were
January 31, 1900 Earthquakes of
Buena Ventura, Colombia, killed
2,000 pers jus.
February 7, 1900 Great tidal
wave of the Society isiandi caused
the loss of about 100 lives and de
stroyed some of the smaller islands
in the vicinity of Tahiti.
February 8, 1906 Earthquakes in
iu West Indies caused the loss of
s o:"- (.) ;r7-r-7c
J -. hm .
the small chanoe I'
nxi i i -j lull j uniuiu ll
Berlin, April 1 1. -The North Ger
man Gazelle this morning discusses,
with warm appreciation, President
Roosev It's ulterances to the Ger
man veterans last Thursday.
"Two circumstances," says the
semi-ollic'al nruan, "strengthen ouip
confidence that German-American
relations continue to be developed
along the pleasant lines of the past,
The first of these is that President
Roosevelt, one of the greatest and
most chai acteristic chiel executives
of the United States, has borne the
weight of his pet sonality in favor of
a rapprochement, the two nearly re
lated peoples, and the second .s thut
an understanding of the German
character across the ocean and of
American characteristics in our falh
erland is growing steadily."
ine cologne ijazettc regards Pre
sident Roosevelt's words as goin
much beyond conventional courtesy.
The paper rejoices especially to see
that Germany's peaceful policy is
recognized by such an impartial ob
server, adding: "This can console
us for many a bitter pill we had to
swallow at Algeciras for the sake of
The paper warns its readers
against interpreting Presideut Roo
sevelt's words as foreshadowing an
Boy Falls Into
Los Angeles, April 4. MarkCota
aged fifteen years, met death in
horrible manner this afternoon by
falling into the furnace at the new
public incinerator on Tenth street
near Santa Fe avenue.
In his eagerness to snatch a few
Lscraps of metal from a load of gar
bage as it was being dumped into the
hopper, the lad slipped and was shot
into the seething pit of fire below to
be literally roasted alive. Half
dozen men were working near by
out ine one to see the accident was
Halct Antoine, a Frenchman, who
speaks no English. He was several
minutes making the others under
When Superintendent Gabe Allen
was told someone had fallen into th6
furnace he-thought the men were
"Well, he s dead now," remarked
Allen, opening the furnace door
Peering in he saw what he thought
was a wooden leg dropped by some
one for a joke. Then he closed the
door and walked to his oflice. Here
he was followed hy his assistant, who
cried out, ."There is a man in the
Allen looked again and this time
saw the body of the boy roasting with
a heap of refuse on the huge grate.
"It was fifteen minutes after ho
fell into the hopper before we got
him out," said Allen afterward. "The
boy probably died instantly, as 110
living creature could live three sec
onds in the intense heat of the fur
nace." March, 1906 Earthquakes con
taining for. many days at Formosa
killed 1,014, mjured 695 and wrecked
April 14, 1906 More than 1,000
persons killed by an earthquake 111
Formosa and probably not less than
a thousand were injured.
April 18th, 1906 -Earthquake in
San Francisco and neighboring cities
killed over l.)00 and destroyed pro
perty to the extent of $400,000,000.
IN TIIK CIRCtllTCOUUT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, 1'IORRITORY
In Probate At Chambers.
In the matter of the Estale of
'arollne P. Beckwith, late of Ilania-
kuapriko, Maui, deceased. Before
Judge A. N. Kepoiki'.i.
Order of Notice of Petition for al
lowance of 1'"u;l Accounts and Bis
charge in this estate.
On Reading and Filing the Peti
tion and accounts of E. G. Beckwith,
Administrator of the Estate of Caro
lino P. Beckwith, late of Hamakua
noko. Maui, deceased, wherein he
asks to be allowed $2577.13, ard hi
barges himself with $2577.13, and
asks that the same may be examined
and approved, and that a final order
may be made of Distribution of the
nroDertv remaininjr in his 'hands to
t he persons thereto entitled, and dis
charging him and his sureties from
all further responsibility as such
Jt is Ordered, that Monday, the
4th dav of June. A. D. 1900. at 10
o'clock A. M. before the Judge of
said Court at the Court Room of the
said Court at Wailuku. 7sland of
Maui, be and the same hereby
appointed as the time and place for
hearing said Petition aud Accounts
and that all persons interested may
then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, wtiv tne
same should not be granted, and may
present evidence as to who are en
titled to the said property. And
that notice of 'his Order, in the Eng
lish language, be published in the
Maui News, a newspaper printed
and published in Wailuku, Maul, for
three successive weeks, the last pub
lication to b3 not less than two weeks
previous to the time therein appoint
ed for said hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 27th
day of April.
(Attest.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of
(Seal.) Edmund H. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
April 28, May 5-12-19.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
JAMES ALANA, late of Makawao,
Order of Notice of Heaiiuo Peli
tion for Administration.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
of Rita Alana-Keola, widow of said
deceased, of Makr wao, Maui, alleg
ing that James A1ana, of Makawao
Maui, died intestate at Makawao
Maui, on the 22nd day of January, A
D. 1902, leaving property in the Ha
wailan Islands necessary to be ad
ministered upon, within the jurisdic
tion of this Court, and praying that
Letters of Administration Issue to
her, said petitioner.
It is Ordered that Thursday, the
7th day of June, A. D. 1906, at 10
o'clock A. M., be and hereby is ap
point?dfor hearing said Petition
the Court Room of this Court at
Wailuku, ; Maui, at which time at
place all persons concerned may ap
pear and show cause, if any they
have, why said Petition should not
be granted, and that notice of this
order be published in the English lan
guage for three successive weeks iu
the Maui News, a weekly news
paper published in Wailuku.
Dated at Wailuku. Maui, May
(Attest.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
(Seal.) Edmund H. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
May 5-12-19 and 26
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the
land described in the following uche
dules will be open for applications
under Part VI. of Land Act, 1895
for Homestead Leases, at 9 o'clock
A. M. Monday, May 21st, 1906
at the oflice of the Sub-Agent (which
f aid office will be established lor the
day at the Post Oflice, Keanae,Maui
Schedule, Keanae Lots.
1, 1A and IB
2 and 2A
9 9 A
10, IDA. 10B and 10C
11 and 11A
15. 13A and 15B
16 and 16A
Schedule, Wailua Lots.
Lots 1 and 1A 2 03
2 2A 2 18
3 3 A - 2.21
4 4A 2.39
ft 5 2 10
0 liA 2.17
7 7A 2 15
8 8 A 2.37
9 9 A 2.3J
1(1 10 A 2.3"
11 11 A 2 20
12 12A 2.23
13 13A 2.28
14 14A 2.20
15 15A 1.97
1(5 1(5 A 2 35
17 17A 2 3fl
18 18A 2 20
19 19v 1.61
20 20 A 2.15
21 21 A 2.43
22 22 A 2.37
W 23 A 2.54
24 24 A 2.55
25 25 A 2 05
, 2(i 21. A 2.20
27 27 A 2.26
28 28 A 2.28
29 29 A 2.45
30 30 A 2.35
31 31A 3.11
32 32A 3 05
" 33 33A 2.67
34 34A 2.61
35 35 A 2.20
36, 36A and 36B 2.36
37 and 37A 2.32
38 38 A 2.51
39 39A 2.27
40 40 A 2.15
41 41 A 2.73
42 42 A 2.28
43 43A 2.51
44 44A 2.66
45 45 A . 2 32
46 46A 2.42
47 47A 3-71
All applications for said lots are to
be made in person by the applicant,
at-the , office of the Sub-Agent as
Pluns and further information may
be obtained upon application to W.
O. Aiken, Sub-Agent Fourth Land
District, Kahtlui, Maui, or at De
partment of Public Lands, Judiciary
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands. -
Honolulu, H. T., April 21st, 1906. '
April 28, May 5 12-19.
TREASUl.f DEPARTMENT OF
FICE Ot COMPTROLLER OF
Washington D. C. February 19,
1906. Whereas by satisfactory evi
dence presented to the undersigned,
it has been made to appear that
"The Labaina 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," iu the Town of La
haina, in the County of Maui and
Territory of Hawaii, is authorized to
commence the business of Banking
ns provided in Section Fifty one
hundred and sixty nine of the Revis
ed Statutes of the United States.
In testimony whereof witness my
hand and Seal of office this Nineteenth
day of February, 1906.
Wm. B. ridgely:
Comptroller of the Currency.
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