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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATUAY SEPTEMBER 8, 1906
HT DRAWS to if self the small 'chance
11 vhich yoy formerly scattered, ft '
ia creates a Tuna wnicn win jinaip
Eikeou.ihtiebgrtdent. MAKE THAT
Rf DEPOSIT TODAY.
GET THE rtABlf
trading at the. LAHAJNA STORE the depend
n st.nrP. Yon nlkftit rhvp a few (.term hv huvirty
eisewtiere, oni arc you sui;e .01 ,i,ue, ircsnnews ajia
quality? Our goods in every dpartmrt .are'.of the
best quality for the money, We would hot make this
statement if we did not me,an It.
The Best of Everything
THE : LAHAINA : STORE
Dry' Goods, tirocerlcs, Boots 'fid Sfaoesv Notions, Plantation Supplies
1 1 1 HI
IN THE LENS.
Ao'ut six months ago we sold two kodaks fitted with
special lens'efe. .
1h e lenses cost more than the kodaks.
, But the work turned iut by VJWe t'Vvo kodaks was so
far superior to the ordfri'a'ry xnat tfre' owners became
Others saw the pictures and ordered special lenses or
their kodaks. As a result w'e nAVe sold tiiore Goerz and
Zeiss lenses already this year l.ia'n in 'all the years we
Wve been In bVsiness. We have always recommended
such an equipment ut the price of the special lens made
customers reluctant to try It . Since they have seen the
advantage we are getjtiog.ordqrs rjearly qvery day.-
If you want the BEST results get a Goer? pr Ze,iss
lens. We have several very fine ones in stock and will
quote prices. , ..
HONOLULU PHbTO SUPPLY tO,
fcoRT STREET, HONOLULU.
Thred heW Hhes thdt h&v'4 just
added to our jare gerter&l 'slock;
The Michigan Stove Cqt haye tranfeVred. thqir agency
to us and we already have a large and complete stock of these
welKVnbwn stoves. . ... " . ...
The Wlllcoi & feibbs Setflhg foachUe ft&ehcy
has been transferred to us and we have a good stock 'of Ihete
Machines. There is nothing quite So good as the "WH&ox
Gibbs Automatic. Ask ladies who have used the same machine
for over '20 years and they will. tjelj, you. .
Crockery, Glassware and Household Goods in
general we are going to give special attention to in future,
and we are now getting our stock in place, having just opened
up several large shipments.
E. 6; HALL : SON; Ltd;
Comer Fort & King Streets; Honolulu, TV II ,
Cut to any length desired Prompt
taste of the 'mrfjor'fty
It is a Wonderfully YaisYyihg al- 5
layer of 'tliir'st. 3
OLD BY ALL deXli&s. " 3
. ... H
Contractor & Builder
Paints, Oils & GLa'ss
Market tstreet, - - - Wailuku
Telephone 4. - . - P. O. Box 17.
IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT OFTHI'1
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
OF HAWAII. . . ;
In Probate At Chambers.
In the matter of the Estate of
Ainiiiette Cummings, Hannah. Cum
miners, Rose Cuinmirgs, Thomas Cum
mings, William Cummings, Parker
Cummings. Wells Cummings, Ogg
Cummings. , , . . 1
Older to show cuuw onQuardian's
application to sell real estates ...
On reading and filing., the Petition
of C, B. Wells, the Guardian bf Amo
Rose CummingH, Thomas. Cummings
William Cummings, ..Paikor , Cum
minus, Wells Cummings, Ogg Cum
mings, mi.iors, praying for bm order
of sale of certain real estate belong
ing to paid minors, tn-w.it:., ... . , ,
'All that certain lot of land situate
at.Koloa, Wailuku. Island pi. Maui,
and more,, particularly described as
follows: Begin on the North Angle
of this lot at an iron pin just S.. 19 E,
CO. 7 feet from a cross put In-line pf
makal church gpmenjt.waU.and run
nine S. 87 deg. i W. 145 feet along
fence of road leading to the i'ina pager's
house to iron pin. 5. .14 deg. E. 150
feeV along XvViluk'u Sugs r Co. N. 87
deg. E. 145 feet along by south side
of ditch to government road to a .in
iust 4 feet from Ohal, tree....N. . 14
deg. W. 150 feet along Waikapu gov
ernment road to 'he initial point.
Containing 50-100 acre and setting
forth certain W&l reasons why such
real estate, should be sold, to-wlt:
'"That the , proceeds of said ,. sale
may be applied in part, to ,tbe pur
chase of a . If bst pensive building. lot
In vor ijear the. Town, of Wailuku, findn
in part, towards the, construction, of,
' .1 1J1 ,.A
a esiaence upon,..naiq ..iov;.,saiu ,jn
and residence so purciiased.and. cqi
tructed to. perused, bjr Atpfln?tte
Cuminiugs, widpw, and, the qhUdieiii
of &akl Thprnas Cummings, .deceased,
including, the. ,minqrs,,. hereinabove
mentioned, as a home, more especial
y for and during the mtaarUy of .fai.d
qhiidren; and thus the .better enable
the mother of t said minors, ..and the
elder brother and sisters thereof; ,tp
re,arA support, care for, and educate
said minors. ... ,.,,... t,
. It is .hereby, prder,pd,it that, .the
heh-s and next of ,kn of ..saidroinors
and all peraons inieresiu ip, ine,sav.i
estate, appfar,,forje this ., Cpurjt $n
Tliursday, the 5(Jth day of bnplejiiber,
J A. Ti. 1906. ,at 10 o'cVjck A. ..M. a.t
tpe Coin t, R ;3omi p f,jt his Court, in
VV ail uk u, then and ( there , to shpw
cause why an order should. not be
granted fprhe.sale of such estate
And it is furthef prdered,'jtht a
notice of this order be published at
least three successive weeks before
the said day of hearing, in the, Maui
Nkwb, a newspaper, pbll'd ,'iu
Wailuku, the last publication to be
notess 't'aii lea days, previous to
the time therein appointed for said
Dated at Wailuku, Maul, August
17th, 1906. , K.
A. N. KEPOIKAr,
Judge. of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit. - .-. ' . . 1
Af test: . Edmund H HabT,
; Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
2nd Circuit -
Aug: 18, 25, Sept. 1, 8.
lanu DeparVmenVf erritory of Hawaii
Notfje of opening of land for settle
ment under Riglit of Purchase Leases
Al and after 9 o'clock A.M. Satur
day, September gth,' 1906, at the
office 'bf W. O." Aikeii,( Esq.j Su'b
Agent 4th Land District, Kah'ului,
Maul, applications will be wcei-ved',
under' Part Vll, ' Land A'at, 1895,
Uignt oi i-urcnase ceases;, ior, me
following 1 Cots bf P'astoral Agricul
tural Land's, located sX dmaopi'o,
Kula, Maul ' '
57 9 Acres
59 2 "
46 2 "
50 0 "
51 5 '
value of improvements to
62 6 Acre's
All applications for said lots are to
be made In person by the applicant,!
at the office of the Sub-Agent, as
above located. , . . .
Plans of the lots and ,full particu
lars nil to necessary qiiaJicaj.ionj ( pi
a p pi ic a n tsj nj e 1 1 ioc of a pply 1 ng, j tc '. ,
may be obtained from said Sjub- Agent.
or at the Uepartmant of 1'ublid
Lands, Judiciary Building. , ( ,
Commissioner of Public. Lands
IIonolulu.Oahu.T. 'fl. "A'ujj; Gtii. 1906
Aug. 11. 185,' Sept. 1,
I 1 , I '( l "1 t' :'I?H M Jl 'I ! 1.1. .
IN THE CIRCUIT COUBQIJHE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERWTORY
OF HAWAII. .
In Prcbate-t Chan,ler.&v
In the njatler, of. the Estate of
MANUEL. GdNSALVES CO A
Q'UES, late or Lnliaina, ,Matil, de
ceasje,d, . .. a i,- ,,,., -. . .
,. Order Jo. Show,. Cause-, pn. Execut
or's Application to Sell Peal vEistatej
, On reading aud, filjng he.JPetiUon
of A. N, payseld.pn EecMtortf .,the
last V ill and , Jestament of Manuel
Gonsalves Coaques.,Jate pL Lahaina
Mayi, .deceased,, praylpg foe, an, Ojc
der for sale, of tertain feal es.tate.be
lenging to the Estate of Manuel Q on
salves Coaques,. to wit: .....
, AU of.thp.s9 certain piece, parcels
or lpts of. land, know.Ra Apana&-2l
3 and 4 of .Royal Pa,tent Nflw, 5560,
Kulnana . ,679, to .TJmj,. wjiicbnsakl
Apapa cpntins.an area- o( UBood,
,and'28 Prhes, ; and saJdsApana,.a
cJoptains.anjkrea.p.3JJ, fer.cheak and
Hald pana i.cpntaiDatari oX.4i
eirchesj andf all ,pf , w,hjch ajd ipro-t
pe (ty Is, jp(jate(J ip fia.qa4ilaAiJYaJJey j
uisirt pt anayian islang anq Uou.i
ty of Maui, Territory, Jawaiifc .
Also. an exclui,-e jteresin Ana
nas 1 and ..pf Rova.PeixV 2?!?,!
fPlW'ft Awsr, Nq3fri3,.to,
inWUcp jnd 23, Rpoflfi,,,apd;
said. Apana z. contains . an area or.. J
Acre and 2 Roods and 30 R,,(aud
all of which 8aid Di emises are located
in ivauaula Valley, Island and Dis
trict aforesaid, . M , ,. ,t
Also an, undivided J interest In
Land, jCopi.iuis!oji .Award No. 8559 to
Paeohi, containing an area of about
1 .A.ci;e.nd benglcjpaf.,ed,at,tja,haip,
Jfl.and and Uynty ,of,Muj, TerrJtgry
of HawaH;..andsetUng(fprtb,, certain
legal reason, wbsjichipste,. should
behold,, to wit: the payment of debtsjj
or said deceased: , n.
',( J(8' berebyi( ordered,.;,l,hat . .the
eirs and jieft o.kin osaid deceased
and all per5pn8)i,D,teres1VKl ip s.aid eg'
late, .appear befor i , fhisCqurt pn
Monday te lst.day of Oqtober.AM
1906vat 10 plojock, A,,t .the
Uourt Jioom ,ot tjijs, ourt.m VVailukpj
aui then iand(itJiere,to ahpcaqse
wny, an ojder. spouiq npt.(qe,,granted
Anl It.ls further,, ordered, i,tha$ &
notice of this order be .published,
at least three successive week9 be
fore the said day of hearing, in the
''Maui Nkws" a weekly newspapVr
published in Wailuku,' the last pub
icatipu tof6a not jps Ahan 10 days
previous to the lime herein appoint
ed for said hearing. . .- ,. .
, Dated at .Wailuku, this 2lst day of
August A. D. 1906. m , .
isd-i L n. ftEpbiK at; ... ;
.... Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Aitesl: ,. .
, (Seal) Edmund H, IIaut. ...
i. Clerk of th Circuit Court of the
Aug. 2'5. Sept.' 1, 8,
General Election ProcItna;
tioii. w , ,
Issued by the Board .Supervi
sors ol the County of Maul.
' 1 ' ' " ' . .. . - ,.: .
, Whereas,- in pursuance of law,
Gnorge R. Carter. Governor of the
Territory of Hawaii, has
election proclamation', givin'g
that a general election for a delecr'ate
to the House of Representatives of
the United States to serve during the
Sixtieth Congress and for senators
and representatives ot the Legisla
tyre of the Territory of Hawaii, will
be held on Tuesday ...November 6,
A, D. 1906. throughout said Terr!
tory, bet ween the hours cfeighl o'clock.
A. M. and five o'clock P. M.: and in
siii) notice has designated the Sena
torial ana representative uibtricts;
.. Whireas. section 36,. chapter 10, of
Act JJ9 of the Session. Laws of 1905,
being an act creating counties within
the Territory ot Hawaii, and provid-
ng fo , the, Government, thereof,
provides, .tb.at at .least .-sixty ..days
before a, general election,, the Uoard
pJu pe r v i ,p r of , e act cpyn ty . ah al I
Issii., ..a v, proclamation concerning
couoVhjcpps, ,., I.r.., .
-Nowtherefor.e,; ip compliaipce; wth,
sai,Ja.w,( th? 'Boarai(R,Supeiii8p,rs;
witun Btju lorv,vpe VVU1W f?1
dpes,hefrfy give4nqje th.t ftg?ne
ral election for County officers ?y
the County of .Maul will, be, held on
Tuesday, November 6. l1906vthroug)
out the County, pf MauVt. between,; th,fl
hours of eight o'clock. A. M, and 5,
Jrtf to'k .P. MiiJthp,.. various county
oflicers to be then elected being as
follows: .. .... . .
A Board of five County Supervisors,'
t0i,l: ... . ... . 'i'.M'(H
One Supervisor from the District
of'Makawao, ( m w. .t.
. One Supervisor from the District
of Wailuku, ... . . , , ...
Une Supervisor from the uisinct
fZ .11- .,,..v . -r r.f 1,r.'-.i,
. One supervisor from the District
One Supervisor from the District
Pf M1' v,.,.-.
f acl mennber( thereof . tp ,be ejec(e
by the duly quaUiied electors of his
district. .. . . , , . .. ..
., J vutlllb 0111:1 111 , vylful l,.T.fc tin VJ 1
County Clerk, County Audi.tor,.. and
County Tressurer; f ajeh. elected ,by
the duly qualified electors of the.
County pf Maul. ,.
Five Deputy Slieriffs, tO'witj '
.One Deputy Sheriff from Makawao
, One Deputy Sheriff from Wailuku
4 imi Nt lili M - -KM t "
. , One'Deputy Sheriff from Lahainal
t One Deputy Sheriff from liana;
I One Deputy Sheriff from Molokai
ilSir.Cl, . F: . Ml
each Deputy Sheriff elected by the
duly qualified electo'raof.his district.
.Notice, 'a also given tha, under the-
prevUiians ot. section 30, chapter 10,1
pf.Act 39, Session Laws of 1905, -.In
pf eejijcts and polling places establish
fd.bi the Laws .of 1 the Territory - of
Hawaii for.tbelec,tlon of Ter.iitoriaP
Senators, an Representatives con'
stilute 1 the v precincts and -polling)
places fori the election of County
officers, and .elections. for- all County
officers, will, therefore bo . had in the
urtcinctsaud ai. the. polluitf i places
desih04ted tin the,. General Election1
-Proclamation, of . the 1 Governor of
Hawaii, of Qate July 20, 1906. ...
, Done, a,t.,. Wailuku, Maui, this 7th
day, of August.
. The Board of- Supervisors wfthin
and for the County of Maui. -
By W. HENNINC
, i .1 .-, . Chairman,
(Seal)v. W., KAAE, .
( Clerk. of the Board of .Supervisors
within and ror the County or Maui.
. . - 4 ... . . . fl,' t
,A two seated, cut under surrey,
light and in good condition for sale.
For terms apply
to W. H.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Mau Land Company
1&06 he following officers anf irac.
tors were elected (t,o . serve., for the
iden i j .Yeorig Younn ,. Sec re ar y and
Treasurer-, Youn pn,,, , Aui tp r ;
xoiing lung, ynaog ling, uirectors
,' , v YkONG YOUNG, ,
Secretary, Maui Land Company Ltd.
Aug. 18, 25.. Sept. 1, 8. 1
IfN . -
Sacramen Id, kuust jf. -4
United States Treasury officials have
notified doye'rnorarcj'ee' t'at ,,they
010. 1 euujr iu fay uhj ursi (yHiiyiment
of the sum due from the sales of nub
11$ fdncks In Califprnla between the
years 1850 'and. 1862 in accp'rdnct)
with the t Congressional bill rilpwinjg
thp, State b per cenitu&n suc.'ies.
Toe, net amount involved is $51,168.39,
ot which 5 per cent belongs to Call-
, A curious ot'njt Has arisen 'sio
amount. If an v. thai latlu tnCnnrtln
John Mullan, who was named as .an
agehl of this Stale 'for the collection
of the money by the 1883 Legislature.
Captain Mullan ( was. to recelvZf)
per cent of such amount as he might
succeed In collecting, but it, may be
questioned whether Captain Mullan
had anything to do with the recent
action of the Legislature.
Prosperity Told x.
h Plain Terms.
Washington, Augvst. 13,. A, re
port, w;a issued .by the B.ureau of La
bor tpdayfr an, investigation. ln)to
w.pges and hours of labor, (in ,in
pie ntincipa manufacturing and me
dia 11 jcal idust.rjea pf.., the f l United
Sta.tes. .fh(repcjrt, gives., the aye
rage wageN and . hours , of. lapor tana
the number of employes n identical
establisbinepts in bath 1904 pod kl?05.
V'Jheresultp.f .this, Jnvestigtipn
show thatnOS, het.avf rageages
per hourii heprlncipajl .mnnuiao
turin) and nieclianica)lrind''strjt'8 pf
the country were lfj per perit higher
lb aiyip i ? 04 t.l vn . a v p r a ;g e sh ou r a
of labortper -wirkj. rrmained t became
as in 1904 and that 6.3 per mofe
perspns. were. employed in the estao
rr . ' 1 1 t tS
i-Pe eiauprwjeB.viioou., wjerw.-ff.u
per cent higher in. 'J.9.Q5 than 4 190.
As.te aver.age,, wages , per .Hour, v in
crtasd, nioceuthan. th,e fetail price, of
fooctthe purchasing power of .wages
pwer f ,both hi.iurly and. weekly
wages was 1 per cent greater than
in idfjii., -j,v! v!t--y. in :, '
t "Theavera'gg, wags .pe.r. hour, , In
,190s 'erel8.9 per cut .hher,,, than
th average for the tpn-ypar period
frpm 1890, to ..1899 inclusive., , ;The
numbor pf .emplp.ves, was 33.6 per.ctnt
greaterB and tfta,. average ( hours ,pr
laborperweelf, was4'4.1 . per.cent Jpw
ef, Jheavagejearnjngs.per wpek
in 1905 .were 14 per cent hi(he,r tha,n
tthe .arping.pef.. weelj durjngljhe
,ten years from 1890 to ,18,,, i;he
gg,regte. j w.eklyauings, ,p(u ail
praxes. i9, ibe, tot.a,!, punt
fif p.arplls w.ats 52,3.pe1cen,t, .higher
in 1905 than theave.age during the
teiilyear'pid named,, (i , u u..;.
x 'Tieretail. pf,ico f ,tht).. principal
aricle. of. fpd, weighed, acppr.diijg, ro
ft.milv cpnsujntion of various. ai 4-
.fl? 13-.PP,'f'DtkhiKheir l?5
triau was the average, pt ipe .for. . ten
yea rs f torn .1 8.9,. to,) 89? .fV pared
f lh fve,'ttKe (Rr tiHttne in
yeai pgjipiAh pvrchaslpg;,Ppwe.r
pf an.hpur'B wages jnoi905 .jWas'.O.B
wages. 1,10 jrpaier thafl tha-incffase
ip purc.h.asng .ppwerjOfejfjkly wages,
ijejngjess Jthan the. (nfrease,, ijft. pur
chasing power); or,1purJyt,wage8,.be
cause, of .he rfductpc), of the hours of
laborduringihepriodk';.,. f,v ,
I eYecage, wagtjs. pe.ri?.,ho4r,, jn
1,905 .were 21, 'per c"en.t h aa
lij .194 the jear o(,joeswage, dur
'1?? Wtift j?pyef fi, ,,ftRd .Nwftejkly
earnings. werte l.percenti higher.
thHrcliaingpwer . qj a'n., hour's
wfl8.?4,Ra1 R.rear .(ii, 19U5 l(an4o
an.otjier year. covered by thp( jves
4igtition.being L,p?r tfsea greater
than in 1896, the year of lowest re
tat jprjees, Jhe pufchaaing powef
oIr aka?H.'8i'T5eai. !w ! t
percpnt greater tbian,in,1894, but
2.7 per cent less than in 1896.
Niw Sees fe
A I'ASAlull.nnnu nlinnna lMfii
about ia the shippuigf, the Hawa
iian crop of sugar by the opening of
the. Tehuan tepee Railroad, will( .prp
abTjJiave the effect of permanently
closing tth'e ailors!t Home to Ipnolj.
Ii. . Fpr more jthanhajf 'fk
the Sailors' Iome has been maintain
ed. principally by Vhelpr'ge shipping
agencleSjj It has, jiad "a yery wide In
fluence', apd 'on the wholjB a peneficept
?PPi, -Pi?', VltV4he Wpnjng pf the
s,ai)itig craft employed in carrying su-
Kaf. le,,A.la?uS sea board. Jtq r,r
kgt w)ll probably, be.o muph reduce
thatft Is nt.;'bel.ie,ved, er'e, wjll, be
enough sailprs, come, to port to justify .
keeping the home.opV
v(Jttjs nopxpe'eted tthftt.mpre tiaa
40,g0 t'op pi .jSVfwi'lf., bpis,enji
around the.Horp urlu; .the cpming
8??Bn?-,. i'i'A-W, mVthan.a
fourth ofheanAoiint .shipped each
trpdiptlop : f tcl ol as fo&Qn wost
ojt (t)ie plantatiP'18 and,tbp .beginqlng
loped from water-power has. .already
,cu owJiejpal.fleet very, . nje.a-
cr I'WijV' 'jons ,dI(wiii aouotiess
. The resuj will be thati, outside of a
dozen pr so sailing vessels apd for the
most part carrying identically the
same, men , n.j their,, crews, the. year
roiijqd, there, will not be ,a,n average.
T.Wff. J-hao . ;,Qne, , sailing vessel a
month after the present season.