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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, AUGUST U, 1906
P DRAWS fo itself , the small chbe
11 which you formerly scattered. !w -
sxang a growing uant accoum
and created a' fund which Yri1 finally
make .you independent. MAKE THAT
FIRST DEPOSIT YODAftflZSSS&ft
GET THE HABIT
Of trading at the LAHAlNA .St6REth'e depend
able store. You might save a few b'tes' bv1 baying
elsewhere, bnt arc you sure 'of the' 'freshness ' khd
quality ? Our goods in every department are of the
" best quality for the money., We would not make this
statement if we did Dot mean it.., .,.,,...
The Best of EveiWttiliiG
THE : LAHAINA STORE
rirv firWies' Groceries Rnnt and Klines. 'Nnfinns. PlanlaMn SuooUes
Pacific Hardware -Co., LltcU
r FOiTT STREET - - 'ttOftOtU.UU !
Garland SfOve ancl fe&Hges
The World's Beit.
For mill, roof, house, porch'and Yandl. Guar1
anteed ana m&ae
'house Fupiilsliini; Gootls,' Artistes Materials!.
Q fro 'His TaSte
I i TV
IN THE LNS.
About six months ago" we sold two kodaks fitted 'with
special lenses. t I
The ten ses cost moire than the kodak s. t (
But the i tvork turned out'by 'these Jtwo kodaks was so
far superior to the 'ordinary that" 'the' owners' became
Others saw the pictures and brdeVed'fcpe&al'Tefises for
their kodaks. As a result we have sold more Goerz and
Zeiss lenses, already this year'than 'in 'all the' yeursVwe
have been in business, We have' always recommfcivded
such an equipment but the price of the special lens1 made
customers 'reluctant to try.Jt. Since, they haye seen the
ad vantage'we rire retting orders nearly .every day.
If you want the DOT jesults jet . a' Goeri or Zejss
lens. We have 'several very4 fine" dues in 'stock' Wd .will
quote prices. j
HONOLULU PHOtO SUPPLYO;,
" PORT STR BET, VhONOLULU.
Bnde r ?s - Saf ety - Razor
' Have you seen it? If "not',' have a Idok. 1 Iris afirBt'dass
guaranteed razor with 10 blades i 'and' Bells for' JuBt$i.'06';We
also have a good stock of the GILLETTE sXFETY,'AAi!6l
and extra blades and a fine line of the 'old" fuBhioned' razors
as well as a good assortment 'of Strops)' 'Brushes' 'and' Shnfin
Soap. : '
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
Comer Fort &'King Streets') 'Honolulu, T.'H.
'iirtd'Let Live 'PMces
specially lor mis ciimaie.
And' the-taste "of1 the' "majoffty "Sj
It is' a onde'rruliyVa'tfjfytnof-al- 3
"layer' of thirst. njS
SOLD ftY ALL DEALERS. .53
' REulsTRAT ION' OF' VdtERS.
'Notice Is -heri-by given that the
U"atd of Registration of the 3rd
Representative District will meet at
the fo'lowtnir location on the dates
and hour mentioned (or the regis
tration of voters.
Kuknu Inoa o na Poe Koho.
Ma kela ke hnolithaia aku nei e
tioho iiiui ka' PiVpa Kakuu Inoa o ka
A puna Koho llatola' Ekolu, ma keia
mau wahi 1 hnnkakaia malalo iho, a
ma, na la nine ka wahi I hoomaopopo
ia no ke kakauinoa ana o ka poe
Sept. -1 Olowalu Store,
3rd Precinct, 11 a: in. to 12 noon
Sept. 3 Halawa Schoolhouse
J7th Precinct, 8 a. m tolO a. m.
Sept. 3 Waialua Store
18th Precinct, 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
Sept. 4 Pukoo Courthouse .
18th Precinct, 9 a. m. to 3 a, m.
Sept. 5 Kamalo Pnstuflice t
18ih Precinct, 8 a. hi. to 9 a. m.
Sept. 5 Katitiukakiii Store,
19lh Precinct, 12 nooii to 2 p. in.
Sept. 5 Kulne Ranch,
19th Precinct, 4:30' p. in. to 5 p. m.
Sept.. 6'KaTaupapit Office,
2(th Precinct, 9 a. m. to 12 noon
Sept. '6 Kalawao (Baldwin Home,)
-20th Precinct,. 2 p. m. to 4 p. in.
Sept. ,7 Kahalopal.aoa waiehouse,
1st Precinct, 7 a. m. to 8 n. m.
Sept.. 7'Pukolil Camp,
Srd Precinct, 4 p. m.' to 5 p. m.
Sept. 8 Lahaiha Courthouse,
3rd Precinct, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
SeDt. 10 Honokawai fetore.
2nd Precinbt, 10 a. m. to 12 noon
Sept." 10 Hoiioluu -'Uaiich,
'2nd Preclnbt, 3 p. m. to? 4 p. m.
Sept., 11 Honokohau Schoolhouse,
-2ud Precinct, 9 av m. to 10 a. m.
Sept. 11. Kahakutoa Schoolhouse,
,4th "Pr,ecl1'ict, t p."m.' to 2 p. m.
Sept. 12 Hamakuapoko Store,
13tb Preeiuct, 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.
Sept. 13 Paia Store,
13th Precinct, 9 a. m. to 2 p. ni.
Sept. 14 Puunene Office,
6th Precinct, 8 a. m. to 12 noon
Sept. 14" Kahuluf epot,
6lh Precinct, 2 p. m. to 5 p. m.
4in precinct, iu a. m. w i p. m.
Sept. 17 Klhei Store,
15th" Precinct, 9'a. m.' to 10 a. m.
Sept, 1.7 Makena Store,
'16fh F,reciqct, I p. m, to 2 p. in.
Sept. 17 Ulupalakua' Schoolhouse,
' 16th' Precinct, M pl'ml'to 6 p. m,
Sept.' 18 Kanad (Goodttess Home',) '
16th Preciuot, 8 a..ip. to Sn'.'ta';
Sept. 18 Kahikinui Ranch, house, i
lb'th Preciuct,lla.m.toll:30a. m.
1 lltb Pi'eclnct, ' 9r al; m.'to 11' a'.' m.
.lUh Precjngt,; 2 p.:;nv to 3 p; m.
Sept. 2Q Kipahulu, Courthouse,
l'Oth Pr'ectuct, - l"p'. 'm.' to 4 p. m.
10lb Pftfcinct.lO di m. to 11 !30 a.m.
Sept. 21 Haou Sctjoolhou.se, . I
9th Precinct, 12 noon to 1 p. m.;
Sept. 2f Mokae. .
9tii Precinct. 3 d'. m to 4 it. m.
ISept: 22 Hana Courthclise',
; tn .frecinct, a. m. to jp m.'
Sept. ?4 Kaelekij Store, ,
9h Precinct. 10 a. m. to 12 noon
Sept. 4"Nahiku Store,
. 8th Precinct, 3 p. m. to 4 p. m.
Sept. 25 Keonae Postoffice,
' th Precmc, 1 p.- m, to 3 p. rot;
Ept. ZflallW Postofflce.
12th Precinct, 12 noon to I p. m.
Sept. 2ti Luaehu Store,
;12tji Prechiptt 3, p. m: to 4 pl'nf.
Sept. 27, Peabi Schoolhouse, 1
lb Vi'ecln'ct, 10 a'.'m. to ll o:m.
Sept; 27 Pauwelui'Stol-e, ,
lSth Precinct, ' 1 p. tn: to 2 p. m.
Sept. ?8 Kaupakuluta Schoolhouse,
13th precinct, JO a. nr. to if a.'m.
pt." 28 Makawao Postoffice,
14th Precinct. ' 2'n;'m . to 4 o.-m.
Sept'.' 2$ Kealaho-rSchttolhotise,
.14th Pre'cinct, 9 a.'m; to U al m.
Sept; 2.0 Keokea Schoolhouse,
. 14th,Pretinctv 2 p. m. to 3 pi m.
Clct. 1 Wafluku Courthouse,
5th Precinct, 9 a" m.'to 3 p. m.
Oct, 2 Waikapu, Ah Fat Store,
op(h ieciiict, i:du p. m. to 3 p. m.
3 p. m.
5th. Precinct, 9 a.-m. to 3 a? rn.
Oct, ' 5 Wailuku Courthouse,
5th. Precinct, 9 a; m. to 3 p. m.
Oct. 6 Wailuku Courthouse,
6th Precinct, 1 9 a.'m. to 3' pV ni
Oqt. ,8 Wailuku Courthouse,
5th Precinct. 9 a. m. to 3 r. tn.
Oct. .9 Wailuku Courthouse,
"5lH Pi'Scinct, ' 9 a: ra;' to 3 p.' m.
Hvl . CROCKETT.
'lAut;4,' 11; 18, 25. : '
'Mau'haolu emih'ary,1 Fall Term,
ripens Sept 6, "1D06. ' Tuition1 $50.00
for ton 'months', pata'lIo'iuarteiy':in
advance. ,lApply' to 1
Aug! 4i li; 18'.' 28.
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh' milk ...
Tel. IG6 Makawao
Uct. a wailuku Courthouse,
"Sth'Pi'eciiTct. ' 9 a. m. to
Oct. ''4'WaIlukii Courthouse,
Notice of Intention' to hftfetlosd
and of Sale. j
Under and by vime of tho I power
of sale Contained In 'Vhat certain
mortgage dated Julie i7,:l901,"mads
by and between Joseph 'femmsley of
Hada, Islaikl of Maul, '-Territory n
Hawaii, as morgagbr, pawd W. J.
Lbwrie of Sprekelsville, ' Island o
Maui afovesa'd, a4 mOlt-ittgw?, bnd 61
recbrd in he Hawaiirtn Regifiry bj
Conveyances In 1 Llbtir '220 On : ptfge
446' 447. ' yvhibh said rtn6rtgajje '"'was
ddtj assigned by saldXV. !J. 1 Lowrl
to "the First National Bunk or ' Waii
luku'Maui'by an' Ih'strument 'dated
JaHUary 23, ' 1902. -and 'Of ' record : In
said Regi'stry In Llbbr -220 'On I pOj
147; arid -Which satd mbrtga't'e "itai
further hsigied 'by said ' FirfetNa;
tiotial Btthk 'of ''Wiilluku, fclauip t
The ! First "Bank bf Hawaii,1 Lltriitl
ed, a hdwaiian ' Corpofatinn, : b$
an instrument dated' April '23,' 1903,
artd of record in said Registry In
Liber 247 on pages 202 203; 'anc)
which snid mortgage was further
assigned by said The Bank of Hawaii;
Limited, to W. J. Lowrie, by an in
strument dated July 9, 1906, and of
recbrd lri said Registry In Liber 285
on pages 235 236, and pursuant to
Sectkms:2l61 and 2162; Revised Laws
of Hdwaii, 1905, said W. J. Lowrie,
as assigrfee of said mortgage, hereby
gives notice that he intends to fore
close the said mortgage for condition
broken, to wit: non-payment of the
principal1 and interest of the-'promU
ory note bf said mortgagor referred
td'lri and secuYed byald mortgage
vNbtlce is hereby likewise 'giv?t)
tfikt nil'-and 8lllg'uiar, thei 'lafls1, arid
pt'enilses' cnn-yod bv 4 aAd described
iniald mbrtgage, and -the improve
will be Sold at pubtic auction -kt-the
nubtion rooms'bf JUmesF. Morgaii
on' 'Ka'ahu manuw Stree t' 'In ' Irtfh'olWi,
on Saturday; 'the' fe'thf daytif4-August?,
A.' T); 1906, atl l2 octofck noon'of KaSd
'The property conveyed by the said
mortgage and' int)eiK3ed to be1 Sold as
aforesaid consists of all that f brccl'Of
lind situs' Iti at 'Puomaile, Huelo; Dis
trict'of Maklwfto,"fsFand"'bf -'Maui,
nd tndte paTtlcularly'desVribed id
Royal Patent (Grant) 213(1 to W.'-G.
Needham,"and'contai'Airig an area' ''of
98 "aCres, 1 and ''behig ''thof prmlses
Cbbveyed tel Joseph Emmfefey by ded
of Thomas Enimsley: and Afrnie'Kai
maka, bis' wife, Jd'at d 'June '19th,
1893 and recorded in tsaid Rejis"lry,in
Ltber 142 on page-227.
Terms: Cash' ill U nited States gold
coin. ' Deed al,theveXpe'rfse"of pur
" For further particulars 'enquire 'of
Balloutb Marx, Stangenwtiid Building
Honolulu.'Attorbeys for1 assignee'' oif
" Dated Honotolu; -August'' 3,'. 1906.
,i,ws- J; LoWrie, ,i
" A sfilgnee'orMo'rtgage.
OH'imlJ' 11 i-.'f Of I'QK
. -i i,:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 'OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT; TERRITORY
" OF HAWAII.
In Probate-"At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of
WALTER H. PICKETT, late ' of
Puunene, Maui, deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
Oh Reading and Filing the Petition
of Wm. F. Pogue, of Kailua,' Huelo,
Maui, alleging that Walter H. Pick
ett,' of'PuUneney'Ma'ui. died, intestate
at Ptfunene,11 Maui, On the 26th flay of
May ; A; D. '1906,- leaving' property
in the Hawaiian' Island necessary to
be'admtnistered' Up6n,'rlandj:' praying
that Let teri of' Admirtls'tVatlon issue
to said PelltiOue r, 'Wm ;' F. 'Pogue. n
It 1s Ordered that Monday, the 3rd
day or September.' A! D; 1906, be and
hereby is" appomed for hearing said
Petition in the' Court' -Room' of-'this
Court ' :atAWa11uku,1MMa'ui,H 'at Which
time and place all persons'concerbeti
may appear and show Cause, if any
thfcy have;' why said-'Petition should
lob be granted, ' and that 1 notice? bf
this braer1 be' published in' the English
language for three'sucoessive' weeks
'n the Maui 'Nkws,' a -weekly news
paper printed and published In Wal
Datetf afWailukui 'Maul 'Jaly 26,
1906. ( ;
(Signed.) A. N. KEPOIKAI, ,
JUdge of the Circuit Court of the
Attest:' Edmund II.' Hart
Clerk of the' Circuit Court of the
July 28, Aug. 4, 11, and 18. '
In The Shadow
New York, Ju'y 19. --A cable to
the Eagle from London savs: 'Thd
death of few women, if any, in ' th4
public life of Britain ' has treithd
greater general sympathy than' that
of Lady Curzon of Kedleston. ' What
makes it sadder is : the ' fact knwn
bnly to a few here that Lord : Ciribi
himself is threat ened with a 'lata!
disease. The ex-Viceroy has for aom4
months lived in the Bhadow bf Ithe
rerdict of early death. Hn had been
consulting the -greatest specialist
regarding the symptoms which, 'rif
they develop, must limit his life'toa
short perlkl and compel his 1 Vetire
men t from public affairs. The Bpe
clalists, however, still have -some
hope of averting the disease.
; Los Angeles,! July 19. Sacrifice by
fire is the latest symptom of fanati
cism to which the Holy Rollers -have
given evidence. Immolation of their
oldest children is the programme, Un
less the' authorities interfere. This
extreme manifestation of religious
frenzy, has' aroused Monrovia' to-si
degree thai Ma rshaf Miller has made
it his business to attend the meetings
of the sect every afternoon and even
ing, not knowing in what; form the
frenzy will break out next.
Neighborhood gossip has- stirred
the s townspeople - Ibeouuse- of itho
rumors that the .eldest, children of
certain families of the faithful-1 are
being segregated to'go;'lhroil?hVthe
bfdeal'orpuirty trfter to be the Pas
chai Wnb.vof . slaughter. J
'A wave of "Holy Rfillerlsm has swept
along the Pacilic, Coast, . but , it. has
Temafrteth foi,MrtTroviai to reaeh Vahe
Kadtc'ul istOL'e.iTwo'of k.tibet kArvwil
AdhiVtrt8')ithe-failbk bfre kAown-aoJ
ha-vf' ki"pt'thir'iMest Wifridriv lock1
ed up at hon:e for some time, ,how
evr, and of. this hast grown , the1 ref
pen ted rumors that sacrifice by fire
of cliildren will happen if the author
ities do not stop the fanatic element.
In today's sermon Evangelist Cook
advocated self-immolation, by fire: He
said that is was the Christian's "no
blest fate to die by fire, to make hid
self a living sacrifice to God. 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COUKT OP THE
" SECOND JUT5IC1 A L ' CIRCUIT,
TERRITOR f OF HAWAII. v
AAt Chambers In'Probate.
In the Matter of the'.Estate of
JOHN HALUALANi; late of .Ifipa
hulu; Maui,' deceased. '"
Order of Notice'of Hearing Petition
On Reading and 'Filing' the Petition
of Luika,,Halu'ala'ni,i' widow of said
debased,1 allegmg'th'at John .Halua
lani',"of KipahuluMaui died intes-
tater afKipalhulu,'Maui, on1' the 31st
day of May, A.'-'D.":1906,' leaving
property in ttheri Hawaiian Islands
necessary to-b-administered "upon,
and praying that Letters of- Admin
istratiort Issue to JiAhulii.
It is Ordered that Thursday,1, the
6th day of September, A.-D. 1906, at
10 o'clock A, M., , be and' hereby is
appointed for hearing said Petition in
the Court Room of this Courtttt Wat
fuku.'Maui, af which time and place
all persons concerned may' appear
and show cause, ' if , any they have,
Why said Petition should not be; grant
ed, and that notice of this order be
published iii the English Iangqage for
three Successive weeks iri the Maui
News, a weekly newspaper tonnted
and published 1n Vailuku, Maul. "
Dated at Winuku.-'Maul.1 Jiilv"26.
Signed.) Ai'N.'KEPO-IKAI, i'
J -Judge of Ihb Clrfeoit Court of .ithe
Second Circuit. ;
Attest: :"Edmcwd!H. Hart.
ICIeikof the Circuit' Court of the
2nd Circuit. , ,
July 28, Aug. 4, 11 and 18. ,,,
FOR SALE. ,
A "-two-story" building 'on Main
street 'between the office of ' J.' L.
Coke and the Enos property, fol-mer
ly occupied as a paint shop. '
inquire at First National Bank.
A course of lessons in' Lace-'Kniti-
ting;,'Lace Making and Tattlntf' whl
be given by Mrs. Beaumont at Kahu-
lui, commencing Aug. 7,: at 2!30' P.
M. Terms moderate.
Aug.1 4, 11, 18, 25.
paid For Art.
"Ntw'YarkJluty 'EO. A cable to the
Wirld'fmn IfJOitdon says! J. Pier
pont 'Morgan I has paid more than
3,000,'IM)( foil paintings and antiques
In the laf hrert'hi,onths. so the best
tnfoimpd ai't'deklers assert positive-
iy,i'fci)d VhWati'b' Morgan as a cat
watches' jf'ttUu$e. They declare that
the eHr&va'gance of his craze for
bnyln'g' pictures dtkl curios during his
Euroneaif virfit that lust ended ex
ceeded vevenl'lils "Owu previous re-
tftlnrgair's.cobiiHeSt single purchase
during trrfs .Wit was Sir Thomas
Lawrairoe's"FoMi'ait or Miss Far
ren." 'For tilbis I picture Morgan
paid 20(l;WkVjuBt; double the price
everl paid I'beforef for a Lawrence.
Thisl'porttaitwa,s sold for $444 in
IB63arid'foifMjM0 in 1897. English
collebtorsxylHhe picture is worth
'.Oyster RxyJyly 23: President
Koosevelt jviewtd the campaign
plans of the Vlpublican .Congres
sional Com?tte t3ay and pronounc
ed them goodVentirely to his lik-
ing. ' He ektcrtaied at luncheon at'
Sagamore VllKW Speaker Cannon,
Chairman herUn of the Congres
sionol veomnJc, and Representa
tive' LoudctfHlugipof New Jersey and
MeKiatay if Vfltlpois, respectively
secretary aid.4WWisurer of the com
mittee. SeftUtoiVPenroseof Pennsyl
Vttmtl' Came OilVii-JjUter train and was
also a tuest.
Secretary Ilfebii was present and
aftrefme made this state
wehfcfoitllbd'IVesHlent: "The plans
bftiisOtirtmsfonal campaign were
gone one rrg'cn rally aad -'the Presi
dent, expressed' uimseJfa8 being in
entire accord with1 -the1, Meas of the
Speaker Cannon's comment was
this: ( "I was a guest bf the Presi
dent,' and as su'ch if would' hardly be
seemly forme to1 discuss" what took
place. I should like tosay'that the
dohfereftce '. was" eminetitly ; satisfac
tory and the Congressional campaign
situation not bad."
' Chairman ShermUn paid . "The
headquarters of the "Republican Con
gressional campaign ' committee will
be Opened in 'the' St. ' James' building
in New York next Wednesday. From
that time on the committee will take
an active part in the campaign. The
chairman of . the 'committee will de
vote bis entire time to tie campaign,
as -J will Secretary ; Loudenslager,
Treasure MCKihley land Representa
VtHher members of the committee
will be at the headquarters from time
to time. i-Tho principal Speakers of
the campaign will be Secretary of
War;Taf t, Seorptary of the Treasury
Shaw,. Speaker CannODt-.Senator Be
veride and qtber Senators. ,
"Ihere was a general .expression
of satisfaction by - all members who
attended the conference, and a gene
ral disposition-was expressed to be
gin ,-an active campaign at once. The
-campajga -text-ioook.'iwnich is now
under production,-, will not be com
pleted for two r or three, weeks.
Speaker. Cannon will return t,at once
to Illinois , to ; attend. l)is , nominating
convention. Ke will go to- Maine in
September to make speeches."
While no one will speak under quo
tation regardiug the- tariff, it was
learned that t the , Re publican text
book,: which isi to- be issged within
two or Uires weeks) will be a "utand
pat", tdocumeDt- from beginning to
end,-and that thia will' be the tenor
of -Republican. 6 peeohes in Massachu
setts, Iowar Wisconsin . and other
"Idea" lufected sections of the coun
try, as wellv as in all other, places.
The -"etaiid-patV announcement will,
of i course, be- accompanied- by the
statement that .when'the tariff is re
vised it should .be -ha .died by its
'Speaker Cannon is to 0 to Illinois
at once. The flew 'primary system
Is t6 be tried in-his i district, and as
he had not attended one of bis nomi-
natlhg'oonventiori for twenty years,
it? is his intention" to be 'present on
the 19th ol August When ha expects
a'renominutlon. He-will go to Maine
iri September to lend hisakl to the
early -campaign in' that State, and
especially in! the Second 11 district,
where Representative -LUtlefleld is