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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1906
Old rofrigorators give lodgment to gemis. So
also do rofrigorators that arc damp. Tho
is built on the latest and most scientific princi
ples, microbe simply can't live in it.
It will stand tho "match test" for dampness
the simplest and surest tost you can givo for the.
'greatest defect a refrigerator can have. Leavo
a match in it all night and it will strike as good
as over in tho morning.
The oonard is made to bo taken apart and,
Now stock now at
H. HackfeM & Co., Ltd.
aid Wine &
"DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
Time to Begin
Regin hatching in tho Fall ami raise the young chichs dur
ing the cool niontsh of Winter and early Spring. That is what
observant poultry raisers Pay. Less likelihood of sorehead and
chicks are stronger. ;
A CYPHERS INCUBATOR
will start you right, It is the hest incubator made. Better than
a dozen hens. New supply now ready at
r E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
.Vj HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL POULTRY SUPPLIES.
Corner Market and Main Sts. Wailuku, Maui
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OF
WELL KNOWN STANDARD BRANDS OF
WINES, WHISKEYS, CORDIALS,
LIQUEURS, RAINIER AND PRIMO
2?5c 2 GLASSES
II E D 3 If RTERS FOR
SPORTING IS LND PEOPLE
. KimURA, Proprietor.
When you want
GENERAL BLACKSMIT.IflNG HORSE SHOEING, f
your carriage repaired to last I
jt to the right shop.
(Continued from rage i.)
retainers lor the alcohol. Some sheet
steel containers) hiivc been made,
which the Internal Revenue Commis
sloner intends to approve.
Mr. MeClollan has visited the
Llht houso Board, whoso oflicers
decided to erect tho temporary bea
con at Makapuu without tho usua
delays or advertising. Mr. McCielhm
urged that the customary red tape
in the construction of a lighthouse be
omitted in tho work at Makapuu,
but the most the board would consent
lo was that the time for advertising
for bids for construction should be
ERNEST G. WALKER.
U. S. Mill Of Justice.
Honolulu Oct. 20. rPivo true bills
and one eat in which no bill was
found were returned by the Federal
yrand jury yesterday. Indictments
for the offenses stated respectively
were found against the following
Frank Ccsta,' larceny.
Frank Costa and P. Murcella, lar
Unn Sato, bigamy. -
Otani, illicit distilling.
Goo Akuna, unlawfulcohubitation
The larceny cases of course involve
Federal property. Goo Akuna is
the much married Chinese whosceasc
has already been reported.
Maicella Figuroa pleaded guilty to
his indictment for bigamy aim Judue
uoio win sentence him ot Ju a. m.
Tsuya Ogawa and Takao, pleading
not guilty to indictment for adultery,
had their trial set for October 25,
Joe Cahlna pleaded not guilty to tho
same charge and will be tried on th:
Yamakama, on his plea of guilty to
indictment for illicit distilling, was
sentenced on the first count to im
prisonmeut for ono month in Oahu
Prison and payment of $100 fine and
$500 as t.io statutory penalty.
Chiomatsu Nakashima was brought
into court under a writ of habeas
corpus, from detention and intended
deportation by the immigration aut
liorities on account of being infected
with trachoma, tie uas remanded
to the custody (if the Marshal until
Wednesday to allow the inspector of
iiiiini" ration to muko his return to
the wi it.
By stipulation the hearing of the
admiralty librl of Waimannlo Sugar
Co. vs. Pacific Mail Steamship Co,
has boon set for November 1.
Judge Dole excused charles Auld,
R. A. Wadswortli and John Do Mello
from further attendance as grand
jurors. Ao'ver tiscr.
Don't scratch. Any old hen can
do tiiat. Vote the straight Roiu-
Every genuine Owl Oigar has the letters
(X W. L. perforated in the wrapper.
LOOK FOR THE PERFORATION.
The Governor directs that notice
be given of the following' Polling
Places and Inspectors of Election for
the GenUruI Election to be held No
vember 0th, 1000, for the election of
a Delegate to the House of Represen
tatives of the United States to serve
during the Sixtieth Congress, and for
Ono S'MiatorandSix Representatives
to the Legislature of the Territory of
Hawaii from tho Third Representa
live Dtslrict Hands of Maui, Moln
kai, L umi ai d Kahoolawe The first
named named inspector in each Pre
cinet acts as Chairman.
1st Precinct Polling Place, Ka
halnpalana st re houso. Inspectors:
Chas. Gay, Kinl Nakihoi and Albert
2nd President. Polling place Ho
nolua CofToo Mill. Inspectors: Au
L'list Roimnnn. R. C. Spm'Iu Jr. and
3rd Precinct. Polling place, La
tinliia Courthouse. Inspectors: John
E. Gannon, George O. Cooper and
4th Precinct. Pol'Irg'jplnce, Wai
heo School house. Inspectors: Joe
Whltford, II. M. Coke and G. Wai
tun. 5th Pi'teinet. Polling place, Wai
luku Couri houe. Inspectors: J.
K. Kahov kele, W. R. IJoote and R.
Otli Precinct. Polling place, Puu
neno Got eminent School house.' In
spcotors: T, A. Lloyd, Win. Mobsman,
and Geo. L. Kceiiey.
7th Precinct. Polling place, Kea
nae, School house. Inspectors: Flo
race Kekumu, D. W. Napihaa and J.
8th Precinct. Polling place, Na--hiku
School houso. Inspectors: Jo.
K. Mawae, H. H. -Kauihou and J,
Dili Precinct. Poll'ini? place, liana
Court house. Inspectors: II. C.
O.'endeii, J. M. Koko and George
10th Precinct. Polling place, Kl
pahulu Court house. Inspectors: H.
Hanncberg, Lui Papalimu and G. W.
11th Precinct. Polling place, Kau
po School b )usu. Inspectors. J. B
K. Kamai, Autone Viorra Jr. and J.
12th Precinct. Polling place,
Huelo School house. Inspectors: W.
F. Pogue, Joe EminsUy and Lei
13th Precinct. Polling place, Ha
makuupoko School house. Inspectors:
W. S. Nicoll, P. N Knhokuoluiia aval
14th Precinct. Polling place, Kea
lahou School house. Inspectors: J.
N. Kapiiolio, David Morton : nd
15th Precinct. Polling place, Ki
hei School house. Inspectors: V.
A. Spark's, Kahi Kenoho and Alfred
lGth Precinct. Polling place,
Hncuuula Court house. Inspectors:
Guv S. Goodness, S. Halcmano and
S. W. K. Auua.
17t;. Precinct. Polling place, Ha
iawa School house. Inspectors; S.
If. Kaalihikaua, S. P. Kuai and Rev.
18th Precinct. Polling place, Pu
koo Court house. Inspectors: D.
Kaai, J. K. Kuupu and J. I'ouha.
; 19th Precinct. Polling place,
Kauhakakai School house. Inspec
tors: Z. Pale, J. K. Koa and Otto
20th Precinct. Polling place,
Kalaupnpa Store. Inspectors. Emll
Van Lil, Jonus Harvest and M. K.
Oct. 27. Nov. 3.
Unscrupulous dealers sometimes place;
inferior cigars in Owl Cigar boxes and sell
tliem tor "
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE 01- SALE
OI! REAL PIIOPERTY.
In the matter of the Estate of
MANUEL GONSALVES CO A
QUES, late of Lahaina, Maul, de
ceased. Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of acortainordermitde
and issu d by tho Honorjible. A. N.
Kopoikai, Judge of tlio Circuit Court
of tho Second Circuit, Territory of
Hawaif, silting in Probate, on Octob
er lHtti, luuu, l win sen at x'uouc
Auction at the front door of the'
Court Houc at Lahaina, Island and
County of Maui, T-. H.. on Wedius
d.iy, the 28th day of November, A.
D. 1900, beginning at 12 o'clock loon
of.said day, to the highest bidder for
cash, all of the following described
real property or l:tercst therein,
belonging to the Estate of said
Manuel Gonsalves Coaques, deceased,
All of thoso certain pieces, parcels
or lots of land known as A punas 2, 3
and 4 of Royal Putcnt No. 5500, Ku
leana 0792 to Umi, which said Apana
2 contains an area 'of 1 Rood and 28
Perches, and said Apana 3 rontahs
an area "of 32 Perches, and said
Apana 4 contains an area of 24 Per
che., and all of which said property
is located in Kauaula Valley, District
of Lahaina, Islai.d and County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Also an exclusive interest in
Apanas 1 and 2 of Boyai Patent 2712,
Land Com mission Award No. 9823 to
Kaoao, which said Apana 1 contains
a.i area of 1 Acre and 23 Roods, and
said Apana 2 contains an area of 1
Acre, 2 Roods and 30 Rods, and all of
which said premises- are located in
Kauaula Valley, Island and District
' Also an undivided one half interest
in Land Commission Award No. 8559
to -Paeohi. containing an area of
abouv one half Acre and being locat
ed at Lahaina, Island and County of
Man', Territory of Hawaii,
All of the pioporty above desorib
ed as being k cated in tl o Kauauia
Valley, Lahaina. will be sold subject
to a lease thereon dated the 5th day
of November, 1904, executed by the
said Manuel Gonsalves Couques in
favor of Manuel Gonsalves Alfonso,
for 5 years from tho said date, bear
ing an annual rental of $45 00, which
said rent has been paid to November
Sale subject to confirmation by the
Court. Deeds at tho expense of the!
For further paticnlars appy to the
undersigned at his office at Lahaina.
Maui, or to James L. Coke, his at
torney at Wailuliu, Maui.
Dated at Lahaina, this 22nd day of
A. N. IIA YSELDEN,
Executor of tho last. Will and
Testament of Manuel Gonsalves Coa
ques, deceased. . -Jajies
L. Coke, -
Attorney for said Estate.
Oct. 27. Nov. 3, 10. 17, 24.
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IIOOLA1IA KUAI VVAtWAI PAA A
KA LUNA 1IOOKO.,
Ma ka hana o ka Wu'twai o '
AfAikttTwr. nriMCA r.trwu
QUES, o Lahaina, Maui, i make.
Kc hnolnhaia aku nei ma kola, ma
lain o kekaht kauol.a 1 hanaia ft' hoo
pukalu e Honorablo A. N. Kepoikal,
Lunakanawai o kft Alia Kaapunio:ka
Apana Elua, Terltorl o Hawaii, o
noho ana o hoolohe I na inoa pill I ka'
walwnit) ka poo make, ma Okatoba
18. 1900, e kuai aku ana au ma ko
Kudala Akea ma ka puka uiamua o
ka Hale Hi o'tolnkolo ma Lahaina,
It ,,1. .I.....,! nv.n T.'nlimri I-.M.1IM T Ft
LtJUA U J Mill II11IU l.llllllfll J ...1, J- . J . ,
ma ka Poakolu, ka laJ28oNovcmatia
M. H.'IOOG, c hoomnka ana ma Ua
bora 12 o ke awakea o ua la 'la. i lea
inoa koho kiekle loa no kedalakuike,
i kela mau walvvai paa a kuleana'
a pan loa iloko olaila, o ka waiwai o
ua Manuel Gonsalves Coiqucs Ma, i
O kela man apana air. a apau loa.i
ikea o ka Apana 2, 3 ame 4 o ka Pa
lapa'a Sila Nui Helu 5500, Kuh ana
Helu 0792 no Umi, a o ka Hi o ua
Apana 2 'l.i he 1 Ruda nine 28 Peka,
and n ka Apaun 3 he 32 Peka ka ili,
a o ka Apana 4 he 24 Peka ka ill, a
ala keia mau apana apau ma ko -Awawa
o Kauaula, Apana o Lahaina"
Mokupuni ame Kalana o Maul, Terl
torl o Hawaii.
Ko kuleana kaokoa iloko o Apana
1 atre 2 o ka Palapala Sila Nui Helu
2712, Kulc ana Helu 9823 noKuo:io, a
o kit ill o ua Apnna 1 'la ho 1 eka
ame 23 Roda. and o ka Apana 2 he 1
eka, 2 Ruda am 30 Roda, a aia keia
mau apana apau ma ko Awavao
Kauaula, Mokupuni nine Kalaua i
Ame-ke kuleana hapalna i mahelo
oleia iloko o ke Kuleana Helu 8559
no Paeohi, norm ka '.li he hapalua
ekn, a e waiho ana ma Lahaina, Mo
kupunl ame Kalana o Maui, Teritori
E kuaiia aku ana na rpana Aina
apau l holkeia maluna e waiho ana ma
ke Awawa o Kauaula, Lahaina, nka
ua'e, ke paala nut malalo o kekahl
palapala ho ilimaliuia i hanaia ma ka
la 5 0 Novemaba,1904,e Manuel Gon
salves Coaques i oleloia, ia Manuel
Gonsalves Alfonse.no 5 makahlki mai
ia la aku, a o kaukuhoohmalima Ma
kahlki ho' $45.00, a u.i ukuia a i ka la
5 o Novemaba, 900.
. O keia kuai ana e waiholn aku ana
no ka aponola e ka Aha. Na ka riica
kuai nmi o ukll na lilo o na palapala
No na mca I koe cinau i ka rnea
malalo nei ma kon.vkeena ira Lahai
na, Maui, a ia James L. Coke palm,"
kona loio, ma Wailuku, Maui.
Ilivnaia ma Lahaina, i kelalu 22 o
A. N. II A YSELDEN,
Lunn 'Hooko o ka Palapala Kauoha
Hope loa a Manuel Gonsalves Coa-'"
ques, I make,
James L. Coke.
Loio no ua waiwai 'la.
October 27. . Nov. 3, 10. 17, 24.
DAN. T. CAREY
AR 'CO., (.inc.)
Main St. near Market, Wailuku, Man i
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