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SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1906
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T Di&Y to iwe;;: 'ii.o r.r.-il change
11 which you fonrc? i? r ent Cored, Hr i:.:'J
starts a rovin- ' bank account ,1
and crro!u; a furvf 'vhich .,')' (in nllv
iTci kejvcu i iidcpcid ' !H.. :-'Ai'n Tift AT jv
get the: habit
Of tr.iuiu,' ill the LAII.MNA STOKE - the .1- .-r.d
able s t r r i-. Yon michl save a few steps Iv Imvu
else vl, e re, b:it ari' yea sure of the freslaa .-. iv',
iualilv? Cur good m every depa I ' an t.l a re ol !ae
best ipia llty fur 1 1 w money. Wc wt.u'd mil make
statement if we did pot mean il.
The Best olr' if:verythlu&
-t Live and Let Live P.Ncee
Dry Goods, Groceries, Knots and Siiocs, Nutk-s, 1 Iarlnl";- Sun:i:c
Pacific Hardware Ca-e, Ltd,
POS5T STUUHT '
Garland Stoves and Rasieo
The Vo;'ki's !3i.
Ainioiitc Readv Alixed Paint
Fop mi!;, coo?, hou:-e, (rc-!i and l;jnS. Cu.'ir
an teed and nuu'.c wpcSal'j' Jor lliis climate.
House Furrishin; Goo?.i, Artist's Materials
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IN THE LENS.
About, six months ;ij;) wo sol J two Uoilal.s lilted with
The lenses cost moio thun the kodaks.
Hut the work turned out by ihese two kodaks was so
far sujie) ior to 1 1 1 oiditviry tl'.at tins owners la cam"
(Jthei'.s saw the pict u res alel ordered .-peciai lenses fei
theii' kodaks. As a rosrdt. -v(! have sold reoic (ioi-iv, and
Zeiss lenses already this vearth.iij in illl he ( ;ns we
have been in business. Yi. hae id-vtiys recoil! mended
su(di an equipment but t he pi ic of I he special lens mad"
customers reluctant to try it. Siecetie'V l.av- seen Ui.
iidvaidi!!' we lire rcT t i oiders le.'tuly i.-very i:'.V.
If yu want th" 111WT le.vahs (.t a (le.-:z cr Zei ..s
ions. lisivo several very line ones in .-.took and will
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;mi si i 1 1,,. ui.i"er:.;.:iied, il. hie
n i l, latele tM,ii.e.ir liiat "T'ee l U1
u in N .n ioiail i .oik of IC itia.l'ii, " in 1 lie
town of iv.'.lr.aui. in t!.e County
Mii'iiiind Teriilery ef Hawaii, ba1
.ainnlieil wi'h ail tlie provisions o!
t lie S; a i ut "s of i h0 I'd I eil Si a I es, re
'iwired 'o be i oinplii il wi; i lielnre ill
ie -ioeiiti.il 'liiill he iuii horized h
eomnii'iiiA' tl e business of M.iiikinir.
N'mv Iberi'fore i. iliiani I!. l!:lre
I V, ( em ii r"!i"r ol 1 lie Cnrreiicv, bi.
Iri'ivy eeiiir.- that ''Thr ilahlwi;
N il i a it li o.k of K.ii.nlii;." in I ii
l'e"'ii i.f Iv.ihii m. i.i t!n Coaiilv o
Maui ai..l T.oiat.M'y of Ila.vaai, i.
I'Hriori;: 1 loeeinnie eo t.iie bustnes.
if '.jiiiilcin-.' as provided in Section
Fifty one hundred and sixt v' nine ni
''ne Hi vi ed :itatu!os of the Ui.itci'.
Si il tes.
Tn to.iiiinonY whereof witness ms
hand ami Se d uf olljce this T'ifili (lay
of Ma. Pint!.
Win. 15. I!1I)G i-:ly,
Coinnl roller of the Currency.
Mav L'li, June 'J., !), IC, lid. Jul
7, I I, lil.
In tlie matter of the 1 calintr rail
road H acks, flumes or ditches upon,
over, or across the public hieluvay -throughout
the' County of Maui.
Notice is herebv iven tn the public
ll.at f:-m nnd after this date ne
i t t son or persons whomsoever slii 11
locate or place any railroad trick.
Ihiuie or ditch uf any kind whatsoever
upon, over i.r across an' public
highway in the County of Maui, either
for purposes temporary or penna
nent, except the same bo clone in the
manner following :
If the location of such railroad
I rack, flume or ditch oe for a limited
nunibi r of days 01113 permission in
wri 1 ii: shall lirst be obtained
(a) From the t ard of Supervisors; or
(b) From tlie County Engineer; or
(e) From the Road Overseer of the
District, wherein it is proposed to
use such highway.
Location thereof shall be ivt such
time, place, and in such maimer a-
lie authority granting; permission
If the location of such railroad
truck, flume or ditch is intended to
be pei'iiiunent, permission shall lirst
he-obtained from and granted by tlie
I ! a rd of Supervisors.
l)y order of tin Hoard of Super
vigors I'ittni. ai.d for the County
Chairman of the JJoard of Sup?r
vif ors of .M mi C01 lity.
v. F. KAAF,
Clerk of tlu Loard of Supervisors
of .Maui Com iy.
.lane 11!, 2ii. a:id July 7
As provided for in Chapter 43 of
the Revived- Laws of H iwaii 1003,
In corditnee. with Section 1 of
Chapir!- XXY1 of the laws or ISSli:
AH persons holding water privi
leJes or tliOfe paying waer rates
are hereby no'ilied that the water
rates for the term endino; Dec.
ill, l.ilHi. will he due and payable at
tlie i il'cc of the Vailuku& Kidmlui
Water works, on the 1st day of Juiv
All such rates remainiti"; unpaid
for 13 days after t'e.ey are due will
be subject to an additional It1 per
Ail prix ileyes uron which rales
rciiiriiii uiipidd August 13, IIMKi, (III)
d.iVs alter becoiuiiiL' deiiuipiei, 1 ), are
liable 1o suspension without further
Pates are paable at the ollice of
the Water Works In the "Wailuku
Court House l'uildin"
v. L. i:al,
Supt Wailtdvu ' K'idiuhii
Wiii'.nliu. June hi, PliUi.
J line 111 J.'l lill.
Fotelani Milk Dairy
Ify.i'i ,aiit a daily supply of
fresl;pure milk, or fresh milk
butt. I, iipplv
! UiV A I AMI IUIDV
Mnt'tiSccV Notice of Intention
to Vorcclose nml oi Sole.
Xo'ier i- hee.niv fivi-n that, under
a nil Oi '.lilac if power of sale
contained in uioi f .ace (kited March
11th., 1!" 3, executed, ih knowiedoed
and delivered by Ah Cheoa-.', of
Ld.aiu:-., M iuii. to II. liankMd A
Cmieanv, L in t.l. a donesiie cor
poratioi. i-fi-ord -d in Lib.'r 2("8.
paces "Ji':; 2e3. il.eni rt a "ei intends
to fore 'I.k, v.iid moi le'iae mid sell
ihe pioperiy therein named fo- con
ill ions I.r ol;en, I.) wi'. : non-payment
af part of the principal, ami non
payment of inieresl, us by the terms
s d'l evir'if.iire secured.
The above UIOI I'oaee was eivt n to
-i cure ' he pa ment of ten proiinssoi y
iiot-s, dan-d March lltfi, Pm3. at'
iri-fciitii.o in amount. Nine Hundred
Dollars, a Jil payable in Imm o..e to
t"i; montlis after date.
Notice is likewise eiveii that, after
hr exii ralion of three weeks from
d iti' of this niHiee, to wit, on Monday,
July!). llldO, at 1 2" o'clock noon of
said day, srud mot tga-ed property,
for the p-fasons heroinahove stated,
will lie sold a t public lauction at tlie
makai entrance to the Court House,
in Lahaiiia. County of Mau', Territory
of I a Wiiii.
Terms of sale. Cash at the fine r.f
puichase. Deeds at expense of pur
For further particulars re.'.'ardiiifr.
s.,le, and of property to he sold,
; p ply to T. H. Case, Attorney f r
uiorl yaoee, Wailuku, Maui, or 1o
Pioneer Store. Lahaica, Maui.
If. IIACKFFLD & CO., Ltd ,
Dated June 13th, UWti.
DLSCinPTiOX OF PROPIiRTY.
All of the unexpired teir.i of that,
certain lease entered jr.lo h; tween
Kahalewai Til ton and otlitvs with Ah
Cheony, of date July 23th, Jill, re
corded in. Liber 2(13, on payes 131
and 152, including , all buildings,
rights, privileges and appurtenances
thereur.to ''clongiuo, and all of the
estate, right, title, interest, 'erm of
years unexpired, together with anv
exteution thereof, and all property
still connected and having to do
therewith, and in the mortgage
being f,)relosed referred to.
June 1U, 215, 31) and July 7.
lloololia tin Hca Pun Mornki e
Pu ni ii e Kuoi.
Ma i;ei;i i;e hoikeiii aku nei, m'.lalo
n la m:oa i kia;i e kuai ibko kekahi
inoraki i kakauiii Maraki 11, 1!M)3,
hui.aiu, hooir.ioia a haawiia e Ah
v-iieong o iviinaina, waui. l Kit ti ui o
Ilakidela Ma, i kaupalenaia. he hui
kalepa kuloko, l kopeia nia ka liuke
2t!8, aoao 202 203, ke manao nei ka
inea paa inoraki e paniku i keia
ino-aki a e kuai i ka wniwai i hoaka
akaiii malolio olail.i no ka uhaiia o n;i
aeiike, oia hoi: ka hookaa ole ia o
kekaui hapa o ke kumupaa, ame k'v
uku pono ole ia o ka uku panee, e
like mo ia i hoakakaia nialoko o ka
inoraki i olcloia.
Ua hanaia ka .palapla nioraki
nialunE ae i mea e hoopaa'i no ka
uku pono ana ia uml nota aie dala, i
hanaia Maraki 11,1003, i htklaku ka
liuina nui i ka Fiwa Iloncri Dala, a e
iikuia mai a mahoye niai o hookahi a
h'ki i ka uini mahina mal.ope mai oia
Ke hoike pu ia aku nei no hoi,
mahope iho o Ka hala ana o ekolu
pule mai ka l i aku o keia hoolaho,
oia hoi: ma ka l'oakahi, Iulai 0, lOIK!,
ma ka hora 12awakea oia la, o ka
ahia i morukiia, no ra kuiim i hoaka
kaia maluna ae, e kua'da nui ke kuai
kialala akca ma ka puka komo makai
n ka Hale Mookolokolo ma Luhaiua,
K'dana o Maui, leriloiv o Hawaii.
Ke ano o ke kuai: Dala kuike i ka
wa e kuai ui. Ka ka mea kind niai e
uku i. a hlo palapala.
No mi mea i koe e pili ana i keia
kuai, ame ka waiwai e kuuiii aku
an;i. e niiiau ia D. JI. Case, Lot) no
ka mea pa a inoraki, ma Wailuku,
Maui, a i ole i ka Ualekuai Paionia
ma Lidiaina, M ini.
11. 11 ACKFKLD & CO. Ltd.,
Mi a l'aa Moraki.
Ilanaia Iune 13, 1005.
KE ANO O KA A1NA:
O ke koena aku ap.au i koe o k. !a
palapala hooluuaVuna i hanaia mawai
ena o Kahalewai Tilton nine kekali,
one e f e me Ah Cheong, hanaia Iula
25, PIU4, kopeia ma ka Ihike 2(11!, na
aoao 151 me 152, pan pu ir.e na hale,
na pono, ame na mea apau e pile paa
ai a, o ka waiwid apau, mana, pono,
kuleara, na makiihiki o ka lioolinia
lima i koe, ame na manawa Phau e
liooloiiiiia iik u ai, ame na waiwai e
pilip;ia una me ka idea, a i hoakakaia
hoi ilokr o ka moraki e panikuia aku
Iune 10, 21i, 'M ame Iulai 7.
W C. I'M ACOCK & CO. Ltd.. of
f"r the following STANDARD
MltAN'i.S of FINK WINES and LI
QUOltS all of which are fully OUA-
Ii A N TEED. POMMERY & GRENO
Champagne UCINART FILS Chum-
nairne SPARKLING HOCK and
MARIE I5RIZARD & ROGER'S
FINE COGNAC HRANDIES ACME
RYE WHISK EY PEACOCK'S OLD
Private strck IJOURRON WHIS
KEY. ANDREW USHER SPECIAL
RESERVE SCOTCH W I ITS KEY
the celebrated BLACK & WHITE
The ONLY "FREEBOOTER"
GIN, BOORDS LONDON DRY GIN.
"PABST" .EXPORT & BLUE
ROBBON BEER. A. B. C. BEER
(the "KING OF ALL BOTTLED
COMMENDADOR PORT & EM
PERADOR SHEUiY. BACCHUS
BRA ND OF CALIFORNIA WINES.
WHITE ROCK WATER and GIN
GER A LE.
If your local dealer does not carry
these yoods, write to us direct and
we will supply Ih, in.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO. Ltd.
Notice is hereby given that all pri
vilege holders or parties taking
water from the Wailuku and
Kahului Water Works are hereby
notified that the water used for irri
gating lawns and flower gardens
shall he restricted to four hours pet
day and mav be used between the
h- urs of 7 to 9 A. M. and between
the hours of 3 to 5 P. M.
All parties violating this rule Khali
have their water privilege suspended
without further notice.
This rule shall take effect on Nov.
15tv-, 1005, at roon and shall be of
full force and effect until further
W. E. BAL,
Superintendent Wailuku & Kahului
C. R. HOLOWAY,
Superintendent Public Works
June 23, 30, July 7 und 14.
Tour Through The Cane
Fields Of HamaKua
Hilo, Hawaii, June 17. Two days,
in the life of a man, is a little while
Two days, in vehicles various and
over roads that are a muck of dusk
where they are not gnarled with
recks, may come to seem like a life
time and then some. We were two
days from the plantation of Honokaa
to Hilo, and by the courtesy of Man
ager Gjerdrum of Honokaa we svere
relieved of the necessity of making
that distance on horseback.
They do things in a large and lord
ly way, these plantation managers.
My friend, known in Honolulu as the
politically wicked Mr. Achi, once
made reference in a speech on the
floor of the Senate of Hawaii to the
"Sugar Bar-rons" with the accent
on the last syllable meaning the
owners of sugar plantations.
My friend, Mr. Achi, as usual, was
mistaken. It is the managers of the
plantations who keep baronial state.
Take for example, Mr. Gjeedrura of
Iloeokaa. fou come to his place,
iouking rather like a tramp on horso
back, tired and dusty aud sore feel
ing at war with all manking yourself
rather more than with any other. If
you come, as I did, from Waimea way,
over the new road and down past the
homesteads in the forest, you will
have ridden down a rocky causeway
that is like a stone staircase whereof
mischievous Titans have remove
every other t-iair,..'and your tired,
footsore horse so shaken you at
the end of a long day that you will
rather dismount at the gate of
a mansion set on a hill, from which
gleam mauy electric lights.
And you will bo delivered into the
hands of a tall, handsome man in
white, who looks like Nanscn, and
has iii his nature that gentle Norse
btrengtn that will serve to the end
and do uo maa harm. You will be
delived into his hands, and win be
perfectly content to rest there. -It
was only m the most casual way,
sometimes during the second day at
Honokaa, that I learned that Man
ager Gjerdrum had sent the horses
that had carried us from Waimea.
It seemed the natural and proper
thing for him to do, a mere matter of
course. He was the kind of man who
sends horses and men, here, there
and everywhere, to do his will.
His welcome to Honokaa was of
the same large, lordly kind. He was
the ruier of the land, and we were
his guests. Wherefore, we felt that
we had acquired an interest of pro
prietorship, hy right of his hospital
ilv. And that, I take it, is the per
fection of tact.
Manager Ojurdrum is the real ruler
of the plantation on Hawaii that car
ries the largest burden of home
steaders m proportion to its area.
He carries that burden as he carries
all the rest. Indeed, if I were a cap
italist with money to invest, I think
I would put it in Honokaa because of
The Honokaa settlers have tr.eir
homesteads on vthe uplands and at
dinner, after we had been shown into
comfortable rooms and had bathed
comfortably in the Manager's house
I had very nearly written castle on
the hill, the talk turned upon sugar,
of course, and plantation matters
and the homesteaders. The Manager
was warm in his praises of the Port
uguese settlers. He wpuld not have
complained if thev had turned badly,
but was plainly glad to have the men
that he had, although there weienot
enough of them to do any work in the
fields. They were employed, for the
most part, about the mill and with
"They have their own little cane
patches up there," ho said, "and
the women and children take care of
them while the men ride down here
to work in tlie morning nnd ride back
again at night. I pay them between
$3 75 aud $4.00 a ton for their caue,
standing in the field, we pay all the
cost of cutting and transportation to
the mill. And we give them all the
seed cane they watt. There is no
profit in it. In , fact, we generally
make a loss in dialing with the h me
steaders. But it encourages them."
The Manager is sure of at least
that many laborers, which is a con
sideration in these times wtien all the
plantations are shoi t of labor. And
that fact should lend color of kindness
to the plantation spirit in approach
ing the labor problem in search of a
solution. Tlie Manager of Honokaa
has seen the storm coming, a long
wav off, and has shaped his course by
the longer view.
In the hands of such a man, it wr s
not at ail surprising to rise on the
scond morning and find that a com
fortable surrey had taken the place
of the saddle-horses of the former
stage. The "Hawaiian jog" is a
comfortable gait enough, when the
jogging horse is in harness ahead and
not in the saddle under you and it
eats up the long miles.
Most people of Honolulu know thai
beautiful stretch of green coast that
lies along windward Hawaii eighty
miles of sugar cane stretching up the
long Elopes to the black forest line
and threaded with silvery streams
leaping from the cliffs into the sea at
short iutervals. Very few, I take it,
have ridden through these green
fields, mile after mile, as I did, and
been fortunate enough to, see, as I
saw, the whole process cf cune
growing, from planting to cutting,
from fluming the cane down swiftly
to the mills to putting the sacked
sugar on the ships in the harbor of
this town of Hilo.
And, in the fields, I have seen
small Portuguese boys plant cane
alongside Japanese men and beat
them at it, row for row. I have seen
a Portguese, past middle age, cutting
the ripe cane in the midst of a gang
of Japs and Koreans and advancing
into the mass of vegitation a yard
ahead "of his fellows all the time.
Don't tell me that white man cajmot
work in the cane fields! That is a
fetich, fostered by people who do
not want white men there, it may be.
I have seen the white man at it, and
he and bis sons could have worked
rings aroundtne Asiatics. On those
upland fields of Hawaii, where the
sun is not so hot as in tlie com fields
of Kansas and Missouri, and tho labor
no more arduous, any white man can
work iu the sun and can thrive. The
fetich that he canmt do the work
has been held before the white man
and tho white man of Anglo Saxon
blood has disdained to put himself on
a working level with the Jap and the
Korean. Let the white mau of your
own blood take a fighting chance,
gentlemen, and 6eo where you would
Or, if not that, lend the encourage
ment of your approval to the Portu
guese experiment. Tho Portuguese
make good citizens, too, aud achieve
the Anglo-Saxon standard in time.
Nobody will object if yoo make profit
of their growing seasou, -