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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY JUNE 3, V906.
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We have just engaged a first
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Victory For The
Shipbuilders Of Coast.
- Washington, May 17. The Cali
forma delegation had a battle royal
today against the Democrats of the
House over the 4 per cent different
ial in favor of Pacific Coast shipbuild
ers nri'l won their fight. They advoi
cated the differential because tr.ey
believe the building of war vessels on
the Pacilic Coast cannot be done
without it, aud they are anxious, in
view rf the San Francisco disaster,
to secure all the work possible for
the benefit of the laboring men. In
utead of assisting in this effort to
confer the benefit upon the working
men of California, the Democrats of
the House, under the leadership of
John Sharp Williams, made a vicious
attar k upon the Hayes amendment,
and would have defeated it but for
California's splendid team work, aid
ed by Speaker Cannon.
Hayes' differential amendment,
which had been drawn by Represen
tative Gilleti in the absence of Hayes
and Ka'.iu, was submit ed to them
upon their return, and all the Cali
fornians, worked forit. They succeed,
ed yesterday in carrying it into the
naval appropriation bill by a narrow
vote in the committee of the whole.
To-day, when the bill was reported
to the House, John Sharp Williams
attacked it and a big fight was pre
cipitated. Williams' motion to strike
the amendment from the bill was de-
clared carried on a viva voce voto.
Kahn, Hayes and others called for a
division, 'and Y uliams was trium
phant by two votes.
The California'us were all on their
feet demanding a roll call, which was
ordered. They got busy in all direc
tions, rustiing to their support
friends in other delegations who had
received favors. The roll call show
ed that Williams' motion carried by
1-0 to 118, two vote3, but b( fore the
result was announced Speaker Can
non came to the rescue by ordering a
recapitulation of the vote on the de
maud of Needham. He then sent
word to Needham that if the Cali.'or-
iiians coulAhange one vote he would
have his own name ca led, which
would have resulted iu the defeat of
Williams' motion. Thereupon the
alifornians begau work in all dtrec
tion. Needham induced Nick Long
worth to chauge his vote and Thomas
of Ohio followed suit. Cushman of
Washington prevailed upon Haugen
of Iowa to change his vote, and Kahn
and other Califoruians induced seve
ral Democrats to refrain from vol-i'lg-
The recapitulation of the roll call
showed Williams' motion defeated oy
a vote of 122 to 117. The only Demo
crats who voted, with the Califor
nlans were Towne and Sulzer of New
All other Democrats stood solidly
with Williams against this concession
to San Francisco. The Cahforniaos
were cordially congratulated by their
colleagues upon their victory. The
navil bill was then passed, and indi
cations are good that the differential
amendment will be retained in the
The California delegation believes
the chances are now tood for the
Union Iron Works to make a success
ful bid for the construction fo the
20,000 ton battle-ship provided for
in the bill. This would furnish work
when badly needed and add greatly
to the prestige lof tho Pacific Coast
bv removing the impression that pre.
vails throughout the East that San
Francisco's manufacturing resources
have been destroyed by the recent
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Guardians Should Be Held
Strictly To Account
In the matter of the guardianship
of Isaac Kaiu, a minor, appeal from
an oruer allowing final accounts and
discharge ol guardian, J. H. Coney,
the Supreme Court orders that
the guardian be surcharged with
$507.58 and that in olher respects
the decree be 'affirmed.
Justice Wilder writes the opinion
of the court and says in part:
Of our own motion we direct atten
tion to a few things in regard to the
I aiidling of this esla'e. As already
pointed out. the guardian was dere
lict in not rendering annual accounts.
The guardian was appointed in Dec
ember, 1899, but there do not appear
to be any receipts for the year 1900.
ThU is certainly very strange. The
guartMnn in several instances allowed
the tax payments to become delin
quent and then sought to charge the
ward with the amount of, the penal
lies, w hich is not-correct. The guard
ian also did not explain why no in
come was ever received from land in
Honolulu on which he paid taxes, which
certainly looks queer. The statute
expressly provides that the guardian
"shall manage the estate of the ward
frugally and without waste." Revised
Laws, Sec. 2314. And such is the
rule in the absence of statue. Guird
lans should be held st-ictly to account
and not allowed to play fast and loose
with the property of their wards.
The Supreme Court, in the matter
of the estate of S. Kaiu, deceased,
appeal by Isaac Kaiu from an order
allowing final accounts and discharge
of J. H. Coney, administrator de
bonis non, deceased, the objection
being that several items of expendi
ture should not have been allowed,
surcharges the administrator with
$970.99, with which modification the
decree appealed from is affirmed.
Higher Wages For
The following statement was issued
yesterday by the masons and Build
At a meeting of the Masons ond
Builders' Association of San Fran
cisco, held at the Builders' Exchange,
226 Oak street, Wednesday evening,
for the purpose of discussing trade
conditions, it developed that brick
layers were practically unobtainable
for the purpose of completing old
contracts or beginning new ones, and
after application to the Building
Trades Council for assistance in the
matter, which through no fault on
their part, could not be obtained, it
was decided that some inducement
must be offered journeymen to come
and help in the great rebuilding of
the city. It was decided, in order to
obtain the desired end, that, com
mencing Monday, May 21st, the
wages of a journeyman bricklayer be
7 per day of eight hours. This is an
advance of $1 per day. Also, that
the wages of the bricklayers' helpers
be $4 per day, an advance of 50cents.
Great confidence was expressed in
the future of San Frrucisco, and the
friendly relations existing between
employer and employe, each having
the best interests 'f the city at
heart. The present advance was
caused primarily by the fact that so
many journeymen are repairing
chimneys on their own account, and
secondly, because mauv, as in the
case of all other crafts, have left the
The advance, therefore, was deem
ed necessary for the purpose of in.
ducing those who left to ret hn and
Ti:l5ASUUY DEP HT.MEiT OF
I'K'E OF COMPTROLLER OK .
THE CURRENCY. '
Washington D. C. May 5, 1SMMS.
U'lier-as by satisfactory evidence
pn-sen'od -o the undersigned, it ha"
i n made to appear that "The Bald
whi National Junk of Kahulul," in the
tmvn of Kahulul, in tho 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
associatl in shall be authorized to
ommence tie business of Banking.
Now therefore I, William B. Ridge,
ly, Comptroller of the Currency, do
h' reby certify that "The Baldwin
National Bank of Kahului," in the
Town of Kahului, in the County of
Maui and Territory of Hawaii, is
authorized to commence the business
of Banking as provided in Section
Fifty one hundred and sixty nine of
the lievred Statutes of the United
In testimony whereof witness my
hand and Seal of office this Fifth day
of May 1906.
' Wm. B. RIDGELY,
Comptroller of the Currency.
May 26, June 2, 9, lfi, 23, 30. July
7, 14, 21.
COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE OF
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
StfTUATE AT WAIKAPD, ISLAND AND
County op Maui, Territory of
Pursuant to an Order made by the
Honorable A. N. KEPOIKAI, Judge
of the Circuit Court of the Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, on the
14th day of May, A. D. 1906, in an
action entitled, "W. H. Cornwell vs.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Company,
tiimited, a domestic corporations
Administrator-with-the-tV I L L-an
nexed of the Estate of W. H. Corn
well, deceased, et al," (Suit in Parti
inn, Hiquity division JNo. ciO,) the un
dersigned, as Commissioner, will sell
at Public Auction to the highest and
best bidder, subject to confirmation
of the Court:
On Wednesday, the 20th day of
Juno, A. D. 1906, at 12 o'clock noon of
said day, at tne front eutrance of the
Courthouse at Wailuku. District of
Wailuku, 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 (Grant)
2107, and bounded and described as
HOUSELOT: Begiuning 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 deg.
E., 1.58 Chains along Kuihelani, 29.7
feet; S. Hi deg.E., .45 Chains along
Kuihelani, 133.3 feet; S. 84 deg. E.,
2.02 Chains along Kuihelani, 43.6 feet;
S.14 deg.W., .66 Chains along Ku'he
lani. 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. 74 deg. E., 3.08 Chains
along Kuihelani, 250.1 feet; N. 5i deg,
E., -3.79 Chains along E. Bal, Grant
2747, 444 8 feet; N. 79J deg. W., 6.74
Chains along road. And containing
an area of 2.32-100 Acres. The same
being the. premises conveyed to Wm.
H. Cornwell and Mrs E B. Frleland
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
Liber 95, folios 92 and 93.
Together with all buildings and
improvements thereon, and the water
right appurtenant thereto.
These premises are now bringing
in an annual rental of $180, paid ud
to September, 1906.
Terms of Sale. Cash in United
States Gold Coin. Deeds at the ex
pense of the purchaser.
r or further particulars, apply to
Daniel H. Casf-, Esq., ottorney for
tho Plaintiff, at his office in Wailuku,
Maui, or to tho unde-signed at the
office of the Clerk of the Second Cir
EDMUND H. HART,
Dated at Wailuku, May 14th, 1906.
May 19, 26. June 2, 9 and 16th.
attract others, to the end that work
may be carried along with all possi
ble dispatch, thus giving a guarantee
to the owner and an incentive to the
THOS. W. BUTCH ER, President.
JOS. J. PHILLIPS, Secretary.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SKCO iDCIRCUIT, TERRITORY
OF II WAIL
In P-obute A'. CI ambers.
In the tnuiier of the Estate of AH
KAMA, late of Kamalu, Molokai, do-
ceased, tierore JiKlye A. IN. IvIlih'Ol-
Order of Notice of Petition for Al
lowance of Final Accounts and Dis
charge in this Estate.
On Reading and Filing tho Petition
and Accounts of J. H. Marine, 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 approved, and 'that a
final order may be mtde of Distribu
tion of the property remaining in his
hands to the persons thereto entitled,
aud 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 Court
at the Court Room of the said Court
at Wailuku. 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
have, why the same should not be
granted, and may present evidence
as to who are entitled to the said pro
perty. And that notice ot this Order,
in tha English language.be published
in the Maui News, a weekly newspa
per printed and published in Wailuku,
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 Wailuku, Maui, this ISth
day of May, 1906. .
(Seal) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Attest. Edmund H. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
' May 1926 June 2, 9 and 16.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In the Matter of the Estate of S
K A HALE, late of Wailuku, Maui
Notice is hereby given that pur
suant to or. Order of the Honorable
A. N. Kepoikai, Judge of the above
entitled court, the undersigned was
od the 13tb day of December, A. D.
1905, duly appointed the Administra-tor-with-the-will-annexed
cf the Es
tate of S. KAHALE, 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, are
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 id Wailuku, Maui, T. H.,
within Six (6) Months from the date
of this notice, said date being the
date of the first publication .of said
notice, otherwise such claim, if any,
will be forever barred.
WM. E. SAFFERY,
Admiuistrator- with-the-will annexed
of the Estate of S. Kahale, deceased.
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