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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1906
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k which vou formerly scattered, It
starts a growing bank account
and created a fund which will finally
make .you independent. MAKE THAT
FIRST DEPOSIT TODAY.
IVAILUKU LAIIA1NA NATIONAL UH
GET THE HABIT
Of trading at the LAHAINA STORE-the depend
able store. You might save a few tteps by buying
elsewhere, bnt are you sure of the freslmeHs and
quality? Our goods in every department are of the
best quality for the money. Wt 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 titled with
The lenses cost more than the kodak?.
But the work turned out by these two kodaks was so
far superior to the o:dinary 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 lens made
customers reluctant to try it. Since they have seen the
advantage we are petting orders nearly every day.
If you want the BEST results get a Goerz of Zeiss
lens. We have several very fine ones in stock and will
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Leather needs Send, your
Hides to us arid you, may feel
certain of fair treatment.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 143.
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Paints, Oils & Glass
Market Street, - - - Wailuku
Telephone 4. - - - P. O. Box 17.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE OF SALE
OP REAL PROPERTY.
Tn the matter of the Estate of
MANUEL GONSALVES CUA
QfJES, late of Lahaina, Maul, de
Notice is hereby given that under
nnd lv virtue of a certain order mnde
ind issird by the Honorable A. N.
Kepnikai, Judge of the Circuit Court
f iho fieeond Circuit. Territory of
Hawaii, sitting la Probate, onOetol
or 18th. 190G. I will sell at Public
Auet'.on at the front door of tin
Court TTouo at Lahaina. Island and
County of Maui, T. II.. on Wednfi
day, the 28th day of November. A.
D. 1906, beginning at 12 o'cWk n mn
of said day, to the highest bidder for
cash, all of the foil .winir desrriliacl
real property or 1 iterest therein
Belonging to the Estate of said
Manuel GonsalvesCoaques, defeased,
All of those certain pieces, parcels
or lots of land known as Apanas 2 3
and 4 of Royal Patent No. 5560, Ki
leana 6792 to Uml, which said Apana
2 contains an area of 1 Rood and 28
Perches, and said Apana 3 rontaii;t
an area of 32 Perches, and said
Apana 4 contains an area of 24 Pei
chef, axid all of which 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 Patei.t 2712
Land Commission Award No. 9823 to
Kaoao, which said Apana 1 contains
a.l area of 1 Acrfe and 23 Roods, and
said Apana 2 contains an area of 1
Acre, 2 Roods and 30 Rods.and all of
which saiu premises are located In
Kauaula Valley. Island and District
Also an undivided one half interes
tn Land Commission Award No. 8559
to Paeohi. containing an area of
about one-half Acre and being. Incat
ed at Lahaina, Island ind County ol
Mau', Territory of Hawaii.
All of the property above describ
ed as being k cated in the Kauaula
Valley, Lahaina. will be sold subject
to a lease thereon dated the 5th day
of November, 1904, executed by the
said Manuel Gonsaives Coaques i
favor of Manuel Gonsaives Alfonse
for 5 vears from the said date, bear
ing an annual rental of $45 00, which
said rent has been paid to jNovemner
" Sule subject "to confirmation bv the
Court. Deeds at the expense of the
. For further paticulars appy to tti
undersigned at his office at Lahaina
Maui, or to James L. Coke, his at
torney at Wailuku, Maul.
Dated at Lahaina, this 22nd day of
A, N. HAYSELDEN,
Executor of the last Will and
Testament of Manuel Gonsaives Coa
James L. Coke,
Attorney for said Estate.
Oct. 27. Jov. 3, 10. 17, 24. '
HOOLAHA KUAI WAIWAI PAA
KA LUNA HOOKO.
Ma ka hana o ka Waiwai
MANUEL GONSALVES COA
QTJES, oLahina, Maui, I make.
Ke hoolahaia aku nei ma keia, ma
lalo o kelyihi kauol.a I hanaia a hoo
pukaia e Honorable A. N. Kepoikal
Lunakanawai o ka Aha Kaapunl 0(k
Apana Elua, Teritori o Hawaii,
nohn ana e hoolohe i na mea pill i k
waiwai o ka poe make, ma Okatoba
18. 1906. e kuai aku ana au ma ke
Kudala Akea ma ka puka mamua
ka Hale Hookolokolo ma Lahaina
Mokupuni ame Kalana oMaoi, T. H
ma ka Poakolu, ka laJ28o Novemaba
M. H. 1906, e hoomaka ana ma k
hora 12 o ke awakea o ua la Ma, i k
mea koho kiekie loa no ke dala kuike
i keia mau waiwai pua a kulean
apau loa iloko olaila, o ka waiwai
ua Manuel Gonsaives Coaques Ma,
O keia mau apana aia ' apau loa
ikea o ka Apana 2, 3 ame 4 o ka Pa
lapa'a Si'a Nui Helu 5560, Kuleana
Helu 6792 no Uini, a o ka ill o ua
Apana 2 Ma he 1 Ruda ame 28 Peka
and o ka Apana 3 he 32 Peka ka Hi,
a o ka Apana 4 he 24 Peka ka ill, -aia
keia mau apana apau ma k
Awawa o Kauaula, Apana o Lahaina
Mokupuni ame Kalana o Maui, Ter
tori o Hawaii.
Ke kuleana kaokoa iloko o Apana
1 aire 2 o ka Palapala Sila Nui Helu
2712, Kuleana Helu 9823 no Kaoao, a
o ka ili o ua Apana 1 Ma he 1 eka
ame 23 Ruda, aud o ka Apana 2 he'l
ka, 2 Ruda ame 30 Roda, a aia keia
mau apana apau ma k av u
Kauaula, Mukupuni ame Txaluna 1
Amr ke kuleana hapnlua i mohole
1eiu iloko o ke Kuleana Helu iH
.. ' . . I. ' It U,. I... .... 1 ttm
no raeohi. n'ina na .ii imijiin.n
k:i, :i r v:ii m nw ma Lahaina, Mi"
kupunl ame K.ilamt o Maui, Teritori
F. kmnia nku aiiii na retina Ainu
apau l niuKiiii mamiin r iiiiMi "i
Awuwa ' Kauaula.. Lahain i ka
liv'e, ki imuiii nei nri'iilo ' kt kalii
palapala ln '1'in ilimu i hanai i ma ka
l.i 5 o Nivtumba, 1904. Manuel Won
snlve Cuaqm-M 1 oleloia, la M muel
Consnlvi'S Alf'MiM'.ni. 5 makul iki nmi
uv In aku, a ka uku lionliiuulima Ma
kahiki he $45.00. a u.i ukutu a I kula
5 o NovHinaba, V.luB.
O keia kuai niii e wailia akw ana
nn ka auoimia kit Aha. Nil ka men
kuat mai e uku nn lilo o nu pulapiWu
No nr. m a 1 k-e e ninau i ka mea
malalo nei ma kon.i keena tra La' al
na. Maul, a '.a James L. Coke palm,
kona low, ma Wailuku, Maui.
Ilauaia ma Lahaina, 1 keiald 22 o
A. N. HAYSELUKN,
Luna Hooko oka Palapala Kauoha
Hope loa a Manuel Gonsaives Coa
que?, 1 make.
James L. C kk.
Loio no ua waiwal 'la.
October 27. Nov. 3, 10. 17, 24.
Notice To Traveler.
Notice is hereby given that on and
after this date the undersigned livery
and hack men .will make a uniform
charge of 12.00 per passenger either
to or from McGreirors Landing. The
same charge "being made for eithe
day or niuht passage.
Dated October 24, 1906.
Remark Stables, lao Stables, Cen
tral Stables, Mali Stables, Wailuk
Stables, Kido Hack, No. 4, Tanaka
Hack No 24, Takase Hack No. 35
Kondo Hack No. 45, Igawa Hack No.
31, Tubeta Hack No. 19, Hashimoto
Hack No. 23, Konisnima Hack No.
46, Ishee Hack No. 16, Sakagawa
Hack No. 13, Aiakugowa, 33, Kazik
Hack No 30. 5t
Thinks We Are Lazy.
Honolulu, September 20,
Editor Review: It seem as if one
might write forever about the woa
drous tropical beauty of these Ha
waiian Islands the Paradise of the
Pacific. There is so much here that
appeals to one's sense of the beauti
ful and luxuriant in nature. The
languorous climate, the graceful,
easy hospitality that abounds, the
magnificent vistas of deep green
valleys, set off so artistically by
fringes of cocoanut trees, the enor
mous sugarcane plantations, the
superb roads flanked by scenery that
would rjake any park in America fa
mous, and 'the prodigality of natui
on every hand are only sample 6ub
jects for chapters for any descriptive
writing from these South Sea Islands
When tt-ese have been finished there 'i
still an ocean of material for endless
letters to 'people who know nothing
of the subtle idyllic charm of Hawaii
Today I want to tell of the native
Hawaiians themselves. They are
race unique in the world. Tbey are
vanishing race like our American In
dians,' and I doubt not that many
child now alive will live to see a scan
few kanakas felt la the world. Con
tact with the white man's civilization
spells decay and death to all races of
the South Seas.
The Hawaiian arn a particularly
bland and cheerful race. A crabbed
sour, unhappy old Hawaiian Is
rarity. A scheming, grasping Ha
waiian is unknown. The sunshine of
youth animates even the oldest among
them, and except for their white
hairg and very wrinkled, swarthy
faces, one would not believe the Ila
waiians feel the touches of time when
sixty and seventy years of life have
passed over them.
It is commoo to see gray haired
people rolling and tumbling on the
sward In play with their graodohild
ren. An aged grandparent and his
dozen boy gracdchlldren will go on a
fishing excursion with a common en
thusiasm, and all erne home together
like a . pack of hilarious schoolboys.
Hawaiian parents and their children
will dance, play simple games and
plague one another without thought
of a difference in ages, for a half day
at a time. The natives are as ira-
provident, lor the morro.w as little
Not one of them in fifty ever 1 as
food providtd a week ahead. And
why. should .they? There is tbe cen
and bays all ibout trie island tei-in-
IT with delir.ioim fi-sh, the Held ha Vi?
ni'voii neon known liious.'ii ciintli f
iW es tiihiM luj'ity .in p'liidueiiig sue.
uleni. t'lbers for the nut uni
poi, llesii !, there are a d-. mm.,
v.i ru-Men if fruits ulay lianfcin. "
trees fir suuieone to. coiue uiut
a. Sim i-ows. that would cru.-h t'.e
average H-r hi of the Caucasian rue
full IikIiIIv udoii the Hawaiian They
Live their children and parent
devidcdly u any oiie cuo, tuit ileath
leaves 1 1 ri ps of RB'liieKS l.ehlti 1 for
nil.v a few day. A H-iiiiau hi tn
may be limvel In the. deepest .vf
vetuiiiic nt for a, day "' lo at ''ip
leuth of etiiU); nw ii folliiwing
week it will ilun with gay kuuiku
Hmgs atul maybe there wilt be a
Among any people but the Hawaii
an the hot-rime biignt o( leprosy
would create a serious and saddened
race. Hun lreds of homes In the is
lands have a representative or two
among the miserable beinirs who have
been transported to the leper settle
ment. on Molokai island to remain
there until death relieves them frrm
isolation and disease. But one would
hardly know, unless hei xamlned into
the subject concerning the prevalence
of leprosy in the Hawaiian islands
The natives never speak of the tils
ease themselves, no matter how
much their hearts may be bmakinL'
with pity for banish' d and diseased
members of th' ir families.' They
merely shrug their shoulders and
change the subject v hen conversa
Hon veers that way.
The Hawaiians love mu'to rmre
than any race in the South sea. The
strumming of a banj j or a guitar or
the clarion notes of a cornet wii)
draw a throng of natives at a time,
If the music is gay the feet of the
crowd will presently begin to more
in time to the music. Four out of
five of the natives are able to play
some musical instrument, and as one
rides alo g the road in the outskirts
of Honolulu at evening when the
day's work is done, a continuous
train of string music may be heard
from the grasi huts and lowly cabins
of the natives.
At the Glaus Spreckels great eu
gar plantation of Maui, it is one of
articles of agreement with the 1500
native laboters that tbey shall be
provided with musical instructraents
and a plase to dance.
A dozen years ago a hand organ
man invaded Honolulu and it W said
he set the natives about, crazy with
delight at his novel and wonderful
Native men and women could not
be induced to work for days at a time,
and thousands of them followed the
hand organ man about all day long.
At last the sugar and rice planters
rose in their anger and secretly paid
the organ grinder ten m'nutes the
value of his musical apparatus to
smash the instrument and quit the
The Hawaiians have sweet, melo
dious voices, unlike any we know
among our American singers. Their
many songs are of a hightly romatic
order. They have choruses that tell
of the lovelof the soft zephyrs and
the goodness of the mother earth
The roaring of the sea and the music
of the waterfall abound in lovs and
The Hawaiian is not fond of amuse
ments as his pale faced brother knows
them. He is not much fa card
player. Gambling is less general in
Hawaii than anywhere else among
the Pacific archipelagoes. Violent
sports are naturally distasteful to
the people of t'.e tropics, and dramas
have uo charm for them.
They love to bathe above every
thing else, and they are the most
swimmers on this earth.
Every native learns to swim almost
ioe man or wouan who cannot go
a mile or two out in the tossing blue
of the Pacific, is pitied by the broth
ers and sisters. The Hawaiians have
swumniug boards six feet long and
a foot wide, upon which .they ride
the breakers off shore.
When the wind blows hardest and
the cocoanut trees bend and sway
most, and when the waves roll high
est, thousands of the natives will go
hastening down to the coast, each
with a swimming board under his or
her arm. For hours, often, for a
whole day long, the i atives enjoy
themselves like litllo boys in the
foamiug, rooriug, surf. Lyiag prone
on a board each swimmer will ride as
easily as a duck over the wave9. The
higher and mightier the surf so much
Feast. ng has uncommon attraction
tor the Hawaiians. The average na
live will he homeless rather 'hari
forejo a l.'rea l moal where he p hi
eil w 1 1 1n ii 1 1 si in! nnrp n vprk. Tin
Iikiii, il'i eiin 'nw i! fe.t-1. ii"rnm paid il
bv la-cuimi niti-ir nf I'liMaM ami
violin w nn in it' ut i.m iii ihe !la-itii
an l-lumls. ll it a fin-i, or mine
Con eel I ', Sieakii:u'. U vni'iil feed. U
l served on the eroiiml. Ti ieaves
like m: 'iiiniMilli UK I aves-ire p Hid
in lieu nf table elnMirf, nn l the fm.ll Ig
heaped and spread on th 'se leaves,
The diner sit. Tur Mi nr tailor fiih
loi on the tru.i in 1 1 a'Mi I the a a
of tl l-av.-x ami fund The nnlWi'4
can Ml will) liieir leas Dims fuli..i n,
beneath tlu'in for iiciviI any peil.nl
but. many nn Ainerlr in or E'-glHi
guest at a Inau has felt si.cli tmln- In
his leu when the feasting has been
prolonged severnl liours, as If he
would never ago in be able to walk.
The chief article of d!et at a lunu
.8 the universal Hawaiian pot - a pun.
gent compound of tarn tuners that
has tho appearance, smell and eon
sistency ot billposter's paste, A Ha
waiian will eat several gallons of the
compound vile to the Amerienn in
a day. Meat is not eaten by the
average Ha'vaiian mce a month.
There may be a hu'f dozen great
wooden bowls, known as ralubaslns,
of poi served al the lunu. Everyone
dips a hand in the bow) of poi and,
withdrawing his hand, will lick up
the watery poi as it trickles from his
fingers, It is wonderful how expert
the Hawaiians are in feeding them
selves in this unique manner.
Another native delicacy is raw fish.
It takes strong nerves to sit and see
a native woman reach into an aqua
rium, pull out. a wi lining mullet aud
break off its head. Yet that is what
she is apt to do. Some of the more .
dainty ones who are well brought up
elect a live minnow and roll it under
the tongue, finally swallowing it as
we do an oyster. Sometimes there
is roast dog, with which inquisitive
tourists out in the rural localities,
are served under the name of young
sucking pig; Those who hr ve been
deceived in this wise sav that un
identified dog is a. Luxury only second
to the pheasant and soft shell crab.
Among the entrees he live squid
has an honored place It is a dank,
slimy squirming thing, with an evil
smell and an eye that Starrs unhappi
ly about, but to use the Hawaiian, it
is all that pate de foi gras ever was
to the Parisian dinner.
At a. luau, . your . next friend, a
dusky complexioned and . muslined
girl with a wreath of flowers is quite
apt to reach over and break, off . a
toothsome tentacle. The wounded
squid shrinks with pain and the brok
en part exudes a viscid paste which,
when it touches the Hawaiian palate,
makes the native belle feel .that In
spite of the white man's contumely
the great shark god has not withheld
his chiefest blessings. from .the lowly
self. Raw shrimps, salted seaweed,
a batter of sweet squash and ,tha In
evitable gin far those whom, the feast
has left unsatisfied are on the luau,
list of creature comforts.
The Invitation Is to eat, drink and
be merry, with even chances that on
t:ie morrow you will die-that is,
unless you have a Hawaiian .interior.
HELEN G. TINSLEY,
Hawaii Gets No
The followingis nelf-explanstory:
London, S. W., Oct. 3, 1906.
Dear Sir: Dr. Jameson has sent me
your letter to him of the 5th of Sep
tember last, in which you make en
quiry, on behalf of the Department of
Public Instruction "of the Territory of
Hawaii, in reference to the Rhodes
As the Commissioner of Education
at Washington, D. C, informed you,
the Territory of Hawaii is not in
cluded in the list of Rhodes Scholar
ships for the United States; and I
doubt, for myself, whether il , would
be possible for the tiustees to create
a new scholahip for that Territory.
I shall, however, place your lettf r
before my trustees at their uext
meeting. Yours faithfully,
CHARLES W. BOYD,
W. II. Babbitt, Esq., Superintendent
of Public instruction, Houoluiu,