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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1906
PT DRAWS o itself the small chance
which you formerly scattered. If
sxans a growing uai ir cuuuun
and creafe a fund which will finally
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rnaKe,you inaepenaerxu. iwmyui nu-n
FIRST DEPOSIT TODAY. g8SS53ES
W A1LUKI! L4UA INA
OET THE HB1T
Of tracing at the LA Fl A IN A STORE- Hit' depend
able store. You might save a few t.tcps hy huing
elsewhere, bnt are you sure of Uic freshness and
quality? Our goods in every department are of the
best quality for the money. Vc would not make this
statement if we did not mean it.
The Best of Everything
t Live and Let Live Prices
THE : LAHAINA : STORE
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Notions, Plantation Supplies
GOT A THIRST-?
THE MOST DELIGHTFUL ...
THIRST QUENCHER IS
A SINGLE TRIAL PROVES IT
IN THE LENS.
About six months ago we sold two kodaks fitted with
The lenses cost more than the kodaks.
But the work turned out hy these t wo kodaks was so
far superior to the ordinary that the owners became
Others saw the pictures and ordered special lenses for
their kodaks. As a result we have sold more Goerz and
Zeiss lenses already this year than in all the years we
have been in business. We have always recommended
such an equipment but the price of the special le.ns made
customers reluctant to try it. Since they have seen the
advantage we are getting orders nearly every day.
If you want the BEST results get a Goerz or Zeiss
lens. Ve have several very fine ones in stock and wi,ll
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Cut to any length desired Prompt
brand denotes quality.
in regards to your
needs. Send your
us and you may feel
HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 143.
Contractor & Builder
Taints, Oils & Glass
Market Street, - - - Wailuku
Telephone 4. - - - P. O Box 17.
EXBQUXOR'fl NOTICE .OF ALL
,QF .REAL PROPERTY.
In the matter of the Estate of
MANUEL GON-1ALV.ES CO A
QUES. lute of Lahaina. .Maul, de
Notice U hereby I'lv.-n tlint under
anil liv .virtue of a ei'i tin order made
anil i--u il ''.v 'I"' HmiKi ii-ili' A. N.
Ki-lf itU Juice nf the Circuit Court
of llit S. e.i.ul Circuit. Territory f
Hawaii, siitini; in Pr i'a'-. 'M' Oi:,lol
er 18t.l., l.ttM. I i:l sell at I'nl'lic '
Auct on ul t lie front d.i.ir of thr
Court lliiu-c ut LuL.iii u Island ami
Ccuntv or Mdui. 1". H. on Vedii' (
d.y. .Mi"1 S$ti tny .if November, A.
D. lltittl, bi'ulniiliu; ut 12 oYl.'ek i mn
of said day, to the highest bidder for
casli, all of the foil 'M'tnir described
real property or i .te;esc therein,
belonging the Estate of .said
Manuel Gonsalvcs Co;iqucs, deceased,
All of those certain pieces, parcels
or lots of land knovyn as A panna 2, 3
and 4 of Royal Patent No. 5560, Ku
leana 67920 Umi, which said Apana
2 contains an area of 1 Rood and 28
Perches, and 3aid Apana 3 contains
an area of 32 Perches, and said
Apana 4 contains an area of 24 Per
ches, and all of whjoh said property
is located in Kauaula Valley, District
of Lahaina, Island and County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Also an .exclusive interest in
Apanas 1 and 2 of Royal Patent 2712,
Land Commission Award No. 9823 to
Kaoao, which said Apana 1 contains
a.i area of 1 Acre and .23 Roods, and
sajd Apana 2 contains an area of 1
Acre, 2 Roods and 30 Rods, and all of
wpich 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
about, one-half Acre and being locat
ed at Lahaina, Island 'nd County of
Mau', Territory of Hawaii.
,AI1 of the property above describ
ed as beipg heated in the Kauaula
Valley, Lahaina, will be sold subject
tq a lease thereon dated the 5th day
of November, 1904, executed by the
said Manuel Gonpalves Coaques in
favor of Manuel ponsalv.es Alfonse,
fqr 5 years from the paid date, bear
ing an annual rent al of $45 00, which
said rent has beep "paid to November
'Sale subject -to confirmation bv the
Court. Deeds at the expense of the
For furlhe.r paticulars appy to the
undersigned at his office at Lahuina,
Maui, or to James L. Coke, his at
torney at Walluku, Maui.
Dated at Lahaina, this 22nd day of
A. N. HAYSELDEN,
Executor of 'the last Will and
Testament of Manuei ( nsa!ves Coa
Jambs L. Coke,
Attorney for said Estate.
Oct. 27. Nov. 3, O. 17..24.
IIOOLAIIA KUAI WAIWAI PA A A
KA LV1NA UOpiKQ.
Ma ka hana o ka Wutwal o
MANUEL GONSALVES COA
QUES, o Lahaina, Maui, i make.
Ke hoolahaja ak,u nei ma keia, oia
lalo o kekahi kauoLa i hanaia a hoo
pukaia e Honorable A. N. Kepoikal,
Lunakanawai o ka Aim Kaapunio ka
Apana Elua, Teritori o Hawaii, e
noio ana e hoolohe i na tnea pill i ka
waiwaio ka poe make, ma Okatoba
18, 1906, e kuai aku ana au ma ke
Kudala Akea tpa ka puka uiamua o
ka Hale Hookolokolo ma Lahainn,
(fokupuni ame Kalana oMaui, T. El.,
ma ka Poakolu, ka laJ28o Novemaba,
M.. H. 1906, e hooniaka ana ma k,i
hora 12 o ke awakea o ua la 'la, i ki
inea koho kiekio loa no ke dala kuike,
i kela mau waiwai paa a kuleann
apau loa iloko (iluila, o ka waiwai o
ua Manuel Gonsalves Coaques 'la, i
O kela mau apana aim apau loa t
ikea o ka Apana 2, 3 ame 4 o kaPa
lapa'a Sila Nui Helu 5560, Kulana
Helu 6792 no Uni, a o lea ili o ua
Apana 2 '1 he 1 Ruda ame 28 Peka,
and o ka Apana 3 he 32 Peka ka ili,
a o ka Apana 4 he 24 Peka ka ili, a
aja Keia mau apana apau ma ke
Awawa o.Kaua.ula, Apana q Lahajna
Mokupuni ame Kalana o Maui, Teri
tori o Hawaii.
Ke kuleana kaokoa iloko o A papa
1 aire. 2 o ka Pajapala Sila Nui Ilely
.2712, Kuleana Helu 9823 noKaoao, a
o kaili p ua Apana 1 'la he 1 eka
ame 23 Roda, and o ka Apana 2 he 1
f , a " f
i . ,:- . -4. 1
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J. K. KALANIANAOLE
Ropublicnn Candidate for Delesuto to t.lio 00l.lt Oonirross.
Moho Ropubalika Elele i Wnsim'toim.
HON. V. J. COELHO
Republican Nominee for Senator.
Moho Senatoa ma ka Aoao Repu-balika.
HON. W. P. HAIA.
Republican Nominee for Supervisor
. from Hana District.
Mobo Luna Kiai ma ka Aoao Repu
balika o ka Apana o Hana.
eka, 2 Ruda am 30 Roda, a aia keia
mau apana apau ma kc Awawao
Kauaula, Mokupuni ame Kalana i
Ame ke kuleana hapalua I mahele
oleia iloko o ke Kuleana Helu 8559
no Paeohi, nona ka ili he hapalua
eka, a e waiho ana ma Lahaina, Mo
kupuni ame Kalana o Maui, Teritori
E kuaiia aku ana na epana Aina
apau i hoikcia maluna e waiho ana ma
ke Awawa o Kauaula, Lahaina, aka
ua'e, ke paala nei malalo o kekahi
palapala ho.ilitnaliuia i hanaia ma ka
la 5 o Novemaba, 1904, e Manuel Gon
salves Coaques i oleloia, ia Manuel
Qotisalves Alfonse.no 5 makahiki niui
ia la aku, a o ka uku hoohmalima Ma
kahiki he $45.00, a ujk ukuia a i kala
5 o Novemaba, 1906.
O keia kuai ana e wailtoia aku ana
no ka aponoia e ka Aha. Na ka mea
kuai mai e uku na lilo o na palapala
No na mea i kie e ninau I ka mea
malalo nei ma kona keena rra La!. ai
na, Maui, a ia James L. Coke paha,
kona loio, ma Walluku, Maui.
Hanaia ma Lahaina, i keia la 22 o
A. N. HAYSELDEN,
Luna Hooko o ka Palapala Kauoha
Hope loa a Manuel Gonsalves Coa
ques, i make.'
James L. Ccke.
Loio no ua waiwai 'la.
October 27. Nov. 3, 10. 17, 24.
1 lv- r -
HON. PHILIP PALI
Republican Nominee for Represent!)
Moho Lur.a Makaainana ma ka Aoao
Striking At Negro Rights.
Chicago, October 18. Announce
ment of a carefully planned campaign
to secure the repeal of the Fifteenth
Amendment of the Constitution of
the United States, which gives, the
negro equality with the white man
as a citizen, was made by Governor
James K. Vardaman of Mississippi,
who was in Chicago today attending
the Railway Surgeons' Convention.
Governor Vardaman, who is seek
ing elestion to the United States
Senate, declared that if he won a
membership in the upper house of
Congress he would make his fight on
the floor of that body, believing that
lie had the support of the entire
South. He Insisted that a crisis in
the relation of the races in the South
ern Slates was at hand, and that the
problem of hlte supremaey'or back
domination should be settled at once.
"I favor unqualified and without
reserve the abrogullon of the Fif
teenth Amendment of the Constitu.
tion," said Governor Vardaman. "It
is my hope, through the United States
Senate, to demonstrate to the Nation
that there is only oee practical way
Oi settling this matter, and that is
by plainly showing the negro his pro
per place in our system of govern
ment. "The race question must be 8't
tied, and that very soon, ft cannot'
vTf -if v rvi's s'-'i
a $' r 4 .
t , -ij. M?t
be disposed of, however, until the'
Nation as a whole has been convinced
that there is a distinction between
the vhite race and the black.
"The laws now specifically recog
nize the difference between the white
man and the Indian, the Chinese, the
Esquimau or the Malay. There is
just as widt a ua; between the white
man and the nero.
"The negroes in the South, r.ot
withstanding the millions of dollars
e have spent, in at 'crnitii.y to edu
cate tin in, arc bri-oinin mure ii ris
ponsible, more disrespectful of law
and more animal-like in their de
"How will the ahro; tion of the
Fifteenth Amendment change enndi
li. lis?" was ask. d.
"It. Will simply J hice the neyro
where he belongs," replied the Gov.
ernor. "The criminal instinct which
U daily becoming more rampat- is an
outcropping of the desire to attain
social equality, fostered by the pre
sent legal equality which the amend
Henshail Editor Of
The llilo Herald.
George Henshall, for many veats
one of the reporters of the Hawaiian
Star, and t he local representative of
the Associated Press, has acceDted
the call to the editorship of the Ha-
wan Herald, Hilo. Hawaii, and will
leave for his post in the near future.
Mr. uurns, formerlvof the Star, who
ha been in charge of the Herald for
the past six months, is said to have
accepted the editorship of the Hilo
Tribune, the Herald's only rival.
both papers are weekly publications.
San Diego, October 18. "Giilel
will be elected by a majority that
will surprise the people of the State,
even his own friends," said A ttorne.
General U. S. Webb today. "The
northern portion of the Slate will
give Gillett a big majority, particu
larly his own district, where he wi.l
figure almost alone in the returns.
The south will give more than Ha
usual majority, and he will run even
at least in the Second district, whhh
is Uell's stronghold, if he has such a
thing. I look for the largest mr jori
ty that has been given a Governor m
Los Angeles, October 4. The
Times suys: The fate of a woman
leper secretly smuggled out of Loa
Angeles by order of the Board of
Supervisors, U giving great uneasi
ness to the Jvarious county officials,
The woman was a Hawaiian half
Kanaka and half white. She came
here with her husband, George Cham
berlain, about a year ago. The man
disappeared and the authorities, dis.
covered that the woman was a leper.
ahe was taken to the County Hos
pital and isolated in a tent. Shesuf.
fered more from loneliness than the
ravages of the disease. She beeped
medical students to give her a lethal
potion. The county authorities
were much worried about the case.
and it now develops that they sent
Mrs.U)amb4rlain to Honolulu,
The plot to smuggle the stricken
woman out of the country was kent
a secret. She was taken heaviiv
veiled to San Francisco, where trans-
portation to Honolulu was obtalued
for her. The last seen of the leoer
whs when the steamer bound for Ha.
waii drew out through the Golden
Gate o dark-robed figure stood alone
on the upper deck. The woman pro.
mised to notiry the Los Angeles of.
ficials when she reached her Island
home. No word has reached here of
her arrival, and it Is believed Mrs.
Charjberlain may have yielded to a
suicidal impulse and jumped over
board. It Is also feared she may
have met with foul play when the
steamer crew discovered the half
rotted leper passenger among them.
The city officials announced that
the woman has eBcaped from the
The authorities reluctantly admit
the trick played on the transporta
tion compan.es. They w.ll not tell
the name of the steamer or give the
date for fear of a damage suit. S,F.