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SATURDAY, MAY 26, V9G6.
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SPORTING . GOODS
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We have just engaged a first
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nolulu and are now prepared to
execute all work in this line, in a
workmanlike manner, at reason
Also carriage, house and sign
painting done .at short notice.
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shop ou church st. - - waiiuku.
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FIRST DEPOSIT TODAY.
II VA , -
Dam Built By
Woodland, May 7. --The great
Cache creek dam has broken, and a
tremendous, tawny flood is swirling
through the Capay, valley,' cauiiiu
much destrueiion. sweeping jreal
buildings from ther foundations, up
rootmjr orchards and leaving a mudi
dy swath of debris to tell the story .(
one of the mo.st tremendous distur
bances evtr known in California. Hut
the damage has been done; the fear-
mi nervous siraui una surpense aie
believed to be over, and the valley
will sleep tonight in comparative
peace, even if in sorrow for financial
The expectij break came this
morning, lhe great dam, formed
when the earthquake broke aw ay the
mountain t-iid threw it into Cache
creek, was 107 feet hioh. 1000 feet
wide at its base and 200 feet wide al
its. top. Behind this barrier had been
stored nearly or quite 500,000,000
cubic feet of water, and 1 lie warned
peoble of Rumey, Quinda and Capay
had taken to the Mils and highlands
to avoid the tremendous flood that
was certain to ensue when the pres
sure of water broke that dam.
No man could' tell just now high
the flood would rise, any more than
tie could tell just whan it would burst.
So the people, spent day after day
and uight after nigh in apprehen
sion, expecting' the worst. But they
had been warred in time, and the
families had tak?n their flocks and
herds and their most 'valuable- per
sonal property up to high ground.
There they ren;amed cneainned in
tents or sleeping under the trus
waiting for Uie cataclysm.
Now that t he flood has conn-, it has
not created the havoc that was fear
ed, except in the town of iiumsey, a
place of about two hundred inhabit
ants that makes a picturesque ter
minus for the branch railroad which
the Southern Pacific Kent up to tap
the beautiful Capay valley. Rumsey
is at the ni)i lher:i end of the valley
and was the first place to feel the
effect of the onrushing flood. The
people, from the hills, saw a great
wall of water, which seemed to them
twenty or thirty feel high, sweep
d(wn out of the canyon upon their
homes and the village buildings in
which they had so much pride.
The water burst from 'thg narrow
canyon a short distance above the
town and at once began to spread
through the lowlands of the valley.
Telephone Operator Lloyd was the
on'y one of the inhabitants remaining
in town, and he Rtuck to his po&t and
told the story of the oncoming flood
over the 'phone until he had warned
the entire country below Rumsey
that the dam had broken and that
the people must flee for their lives,
when his work of warning was com
pleted the heroic operator made his
difficult way through the water to a
placeof safety and then watch Rum.
sey crumble under the terrific 1m
pact of the on rushing an engulling
Several of the largest buildings in
town were totally destroyed. Among
these were the big engine iiouse of
of the Southern Pacific, which was
picked up as if it, had been made of
paper, carried something like three
hundred feet and lodged against the
depot building which was not carried
The fine warehouse of the Earl
Fruit Company was badly wrecked,
being picked up on the wall of water
and carried along uutil it was lodged
in a prune orchard below town. The
irgo residence of V. P. Reavis was
swept away in the swirl of water, and
M.jreing's warehouse was almost
completely demolished. I
the small change 3
uciiii caiiuui 1 1
which will final lv4'
viriMnTM nn'iw It
V . i N II
Want Women To
Serve As Police.
New York, May (1. Mrs. Julius
Goldzier of Bayonne, N. J., 'h headir.g
a movement in that city forth? ap
pointment of women police to guard
the morals of boys and girls while at
pla out of doors.
Mrs. Goldzier is circulating peti
tions among the women ol Baynnne
lor th ir signatures which sny in
part: "We, the undersigned moth
prs, wives, sisters and daughters of
the voters of Baynnne, who, though
not represented, are yet taxed not-
wit.hstandujg it, is contrary to the
cause cf the revolution of 177(1 and
the Constitution of the United States
to day, do hereby demand that the
Mayor and Council take some d pfinite
action to provide women police.'-
Ihe Mayor, when he learned of
Mrs. Cloldzier's j lan, said: ' Tliis is
certi inly a tough proposition. I don't
know just what action I will take
when the petitions reach me. I want
fine to think it over."
But the big stfel bridge at Ramsey
is still standing in the midst, of the
rushing flood. Its approaches have
been torn up and carried away, but
it seems likely that the bridge will
sianu. wuier oruiges in the sweep
of the water probably will not be
Below Rumsey the damage was not
nearly so great. The wall of water
had a chance to spread out, and in
consequence it lost its terrific force.
The farmers and ranchers had re
moved their slock and valuables to
place of safety, 'hus minimizing the
lofs t'.'om the overflow. Consequently
it is now certaic that the people of
Rumsey will be by far the greatest
sufferers from the flood.
Guida, the first town below Rum
sey, ison comparatively lv'gh ground,
nnd so it escaped with comparatively
At Capay little damage was done
though a number of small buildings
and barns were reached by the flood
The hills, which rise abruptly above
Cauav. were covered with rumnsl,
where the people probably will con
tinue to reside until it is certain that
all danger is over.
The flood reached the vicinity of
Woodland at about noon today. But
at this place the bed of the creek is
a mile wide in places, and as a con
sequence the flood has not encroach
ed upon the orchards and gardens in
the. vicinity. If the flood should in.
crease in volume, however, thousands
of acres of the finest land in Califor
nia will be flooded.
No definite news has been received
from the dam itself. J. Creig, pres
ident of the Yo'.o Consolidated Water
Company, and the experts of that
corporation assert that only a small
portion of the dam has yet been car
ried away fur they say that if the
100,000,000 or 500,000,000 cubic feet
of water that had been impounded
behind tho dam had been let loose all
at once the flood would have put the
entire Cipay valley under ten feet of
This evening the water in Cache
creek is subsiding all through the
Hooded area, which would seem to
indicate that part of the dam is hold
ing still. An effort to reach the dam
was futtle, as the road through the
canyon is completely blocked, but
tomorrow a party from Woodland will
endeavor to reach tho great slide by
following the trail over the mountains
Not until they make their leport wil1
the people- of Cupuy valley kuow
whether another flood is likely or
whether it will be safe 'to return to
O.M.MISNlONKl 'S NOTICE OK
HA I.Kl'l' LEAL ESTATE
nt'ATK.'T waikavi:, Hi.ano AM)
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PurMiatit to j-i Order made by the
lonorahle A. X. KEPOIKAT. .lud.-e
i'fthe Circuit Court of Cue Second
i Circuit, Tei i iiory of Hawaii, on th
14th day of May. A. D. l!IO(i, in. an
action entitled, "W. II. Cornwell vs
Henry Waterh ousc Trust Company,
Lamited, a domestic corporations
Admuustra tor-wilh-the- vV I L L-an
nexed of th? Estate of W. II. Corn
well, deceased, et al," (Suit in Parti
Inn, Equity division No. 30,) the un
dersigned, as Commissioner, will sell
at Public. Auction to the highest and
nest bidder, subject to confirmation
in the Court-
On Wednesday, the 20lh day of
June, A. D. 1900, at 12 o'clock noon of
said day, at tne front entrance of the
Courthouse at Waiiuku. District of
Waiiuku, Island and County of Maui.
Territory of Hawaii, the following
described Real Estate, to wit:
All that certain parcel of land situ
ate at Walkapu, Maui granted to A.
Catalina by Royal Patent (Grantl
2107, and bounded and described as
HOUSELOT: Beginning at th N.
W. angle of stone wall and run 200 feet
S. 9i deg. W., 3.03 Chains along
Puupahoehoe, 104.3 feet: S. 79 der
E., 1.58 Chains along Kuihelani. 29.7
feet;S. 11 deg.E., .45 Chains along
Kuihelani, 133.3 feet: S. 84 dej?. E
2.02 Chains along Kuihelani, 43.6 feet;
S.14 deg.W., .CG Chains along Ku'he
lam. 19.8 feet; S. 76 deg. E., .30
Chains along Kuihelani, 38.9 feet; N.
14 deg.E., .59 Chains along Kuihelani
203.3 feet; S. 7A deg. E., 3.0S Chains
along Kuihelani, 250.1 feet; N. 53 deg.
h.., 3.9 Chains along E. Bal, Grant
an, 444 a reef; N. 79 deg. W., C 74
Chains along road. And containing
an area of 2.32-100 Acres. The same
being the premises conveyed to Win.
II. Cornwell and Mrs E B. Erie! and
her children, by deed of Kapu (w),
dated April 9, 1885, and duly record
ed in the Office of the Registrar of
Conveyances, in Honolulu, Oahu, in
Liioer 9.), folios 92 and 93.
logether with all buildings and
improvements thereon, and the watei
right appurtenant thereto.
These premises are now bringing
in an annual rental of $180, paid ui
to September, 1906.
Teums op Sale. Cash in United
States Gold Coin. Deeds at the ex
pense of the purchaser.
For further particulars, apply to
Daniel II. Case, Esq., attorney for
the Plaintiff, at his office in Waiiuku,
Maui, or to tho unde-signed at the
office of the Clerk of the Second Cir
EDMUND II. HART,
Dated at Waiiuku, Mav 14th, 1906.
May 19. 26. June 2, 9 and 16th.
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 Heariua Peii-
tion for Administration.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
of Rita Alaoa-Keola, widow of said
tSeceased, of Mako wao, Maui, alleg
ing that James Alana, of Makawao,
Maui, died intestate ftt Makawao,
Maui, on the 22nd day of January, A.
D. 1902, leaving property in the Ha
waiian Islands necessary to be ad
ministered upon, within the jurisdic
tion of this Court, and pravina 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
pointed for hcanug said Petition in
the Court Room of this Court at
Waiiuku, Maui, at which time and
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 in
the Maui News, a weekly news
paper published in AV&iluku.
Dated at Waiiuku. Maui, Mav 2,
(Attest.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
(Seal.) Edmund H. IIaht.
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of the
May 512-19 aud 26.
IN THE ClIiCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In Probate At CI ambers.
In the matter of the Estate of All
KAMA, late of Kainalo, Molokai, de
ceased, before Judge A. N. KEPOI
Order of Notice of Petition for Al
lowance of Final Accounts a'nd Dis
charge in this Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and Accounts of J. IT. Me hoc, Adminis
trator of the Estate of Ah Kama,
late of Kamalo, Molokai, deceased,
wherein he asks to be allowed $130.40
and he charges himself with $146.50,
and asks that the same may be ex- .
amined and approved7 and that a
final order may be nifde of Distribu
tion of the property remaining in his
hands to the persons thereto entitled,
and discharging him and his sureties
from all further responsibility as such
It is Ordered that Monday, the 2nd
day of July, A. D. 1906, at 10 o'clock
A. M. before the Judge of said Couct
at the Court Room of the said Court
at Waiiuku. Island of Maui, be and
the same hereby is appointed as the
time and place for hearing said Peti
tion and Account, and that all per
sons interested may then and there
appear and show cause, if any they
hav , why the same should not be
grauted. and may present evidence
as to who are entitled to the said pro
perty. And that notice ot this Order,
in tha English languagc.be published
in the Maui News, a weekly newspa
per printed and published in Waiiuku,
Maui, for four successive weeks, the
last publication to be not less than
two weeks previous to the time there
in appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Waiiuku, Maui, this 18th
day of May, 1906.
(Seal) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Attest. Edmund II. Habt,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
May 19 ,26 June 2, 9 and 16. '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In the Matter of tho Estate of S
K All ALE, late of Waiiuku, . Maui
Notice is hereby given that pur-
6iiant to an Order of the IIoiurubl
A. N. Kepoikai, Judge of the above
entitled court, the undesigned was
on the 13th day of December, A. D.
190a, duly appointed the Administra-
tor-with-the-will-annexed cf the Es
tate of S. KAIIALE, deceased, and
that Letters of Administration were
on said date issued to the undersigned.
All creditors of said S. Kahale,
deceased, and of said Estate. ar
hereby notified to present 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 in Wa luku, Maui, T. H.,
within Six (6) Months from the date
of this notice, said date beinjy thn
date of the first publication of said
notice, otherwise such claim, if any,
will be forever barred.
WM. E. SAFFERY.
Administrator- with-the-will annexed
of the Estate of S. Kahale, deceased.
uated at waiiuku, this 10th day of
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