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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1906
MAUI BLUE BOOK
finn. A i. Knpolknl, Circuit luilfre, Wnllunu
Kdmunil (I. Hurt. Clnrk Circuit Court. Wnlluku
JmlKt! W. A. McKay Ult. MnftlKtrnte, Witlluku
" ChnH. Copp,
Kumilmu, ' .
" J. Knlnmn, " '
" l'ltmnnt., "
" McCnrrlslon " "
W. T. Koblnsun, Ta Avwiwor
J. N. K. Koolit, Deputy Anrnsor
A. F. TnvnrcR
M. H Router, " "
Wm. HennlnR, Supervisor, Chairman l.nhnlni
T. M. Church,
J. II. Ilnlunlnnl,
T. T. McyerH,
D. H. CiiHe,
W. F. CROCKETT
L. M. Ilnldwin,
W. F. Kanu,
Kdw. Hi lire rs.
T. UlurU, Doputy Bhorllt
u. it. ijinnnay,
J. H. Mahoo,
Deputy County Attorney.
SherllTs Clerk Walluku
Dr. Geo. S. Aiken has returned to
Ills homo office after a four weeks
trip to Puunene, Kahului and Tana
persons wishing dental work done
may arrange wl:h)liim at hia offlcc
The bnker 19 nhvnys proud of hi.
loaf when be uses Holly Flour. It
mnkes the best bread,, cakes and
pantry. , Thro. II. Davies & Co.
Wholesale Agents, Ilontilulu.
The firm of Hong Chan Kee ol
Kahului has Fold out to Chock Hee
who ha9 assumed charge of the
The' work on the new rail roarl
track between the mill of the Wailu
ku Sugar Company and the cane
lands near Maalaca is being pushed
They are now making a deep cut
through one of the sana ridges below
Now that the elections are over
business may progress uninterrupt
jedly for another period of two years.
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov.
13th, at the home of Mrs. J. II. Ray
Dr. P. F. Frear, the dentist will
be at the Maui Hotel next Wednes
day and will be ready to fill profi 8
sional engagements. While he will
be in town some deys those wishing
dental work done should call early
and make an engagement with him.
C. II. Fitzpatrick of the firm of
Fitzpatrick Brothers of Honolulu is
on Maui this week in the interest of
his firm. He is selling a good grade
of cigars and is placing large orders
with local people.
A. Gerner of Kihei was in town
A. J. McLeod was in town Sunday
O. Amundsen ha9 gone to Honolulu
and has about decided to go to the
Volcano House for a few weeks in
the hope of being improved with the
change of climate. He is suffering
from the effects of rhumalism.
Chailes H. Zigler was in town this
Mrs. S. J. Lyle arrived in town
Saturday on the Claudine.
J. D. WJuite returned from Hilo by
the Claudine and will visit the various
parts of Maui.
II. L. Hudson cam up from Hono
lulu last week and is putting in the
electric lights for the Wailuku Sugar
Company's new mill. He was ac
companied by his wife.
C. A. Bruns is up from Honolulu
William J, Hampton is registered
at the Maui Hotel.
W. O. Aiken was a Wailuku caller
A. A. Dunn was in town this week.
G. P. Wilcox was in town from
Lihue Kauai this week.
Mrs. C. R. Furot and sou were in
town this week from Lahaina.
Representative John Kaluna was
in town Wednesday.
Henry Reuter, T. M. Church, T.
T. Meyer, and W.' Henning arrived
in town Wednesday to attend the
monthly session of the County Board
Mrs. Arthur Waal and Miss E.
Henning are in town this week from
W. M. Alexander is 011 Maul this
R. R. Elgin was a Maui caller this
Captain J'-hn Kidwell came up
from Honolulu This week to attend
the ceremonies of tlx' dedication of
th new Masonic Temple at Kahului.
Dr. A. J. Derby returned to town
this week fr .m Pa'a where he has
been on professional buwi e?s.
I. D. Tinker is in town this week
and participated in the dedication of
the Masonic temple.
E. O. Borne of the Kahului Store
was in town Wednesday.
Attorney Frank E. Thompson is In
town tills week anl assisted the
Mnsons in the dedication of their new
J. W. Horgstorm of Bergstorm
Music Co. of Honolulu is In Lahaina
He will be on Maui Some time
George C. Sea arrived on Maui
Mr. A. Enos returned home Wed.
nesday. He was exeaused from duty
in the Federal trial jury for the rest
if the term.
EXfiCUTOR'8 NOTICE OH HALE
OF REAL PROPERTY.
In the matter of the Estate of
MANUEL GONSALVES COA-
QUES, late of "Lahaina, Maul, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a certain order made
and issu. d by the Honorable A. N.
Kepoikai, Judge of the Circuit Court
of the Second Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii, sitting in Probate, on Octob
er 18th, 1900, I will sell at Public
Auction at the front door of the
Court House at Lahaina, Island and
County of Maui, T.' H., on Wednfs
d.iy, the 28th day -of November, A.
D. 190G, beginning at 12 o'clock noon
of said day, to the highest bidder for
cash, all of ttie following described
real property or i.iterest therein,
belonging to the Estate of said
Manuel Gonsalves Coaques, deceased,
All of those certain pieces, parce's
or lots of land known as A pan as 2, 3
and 4 of Royal Patent No. 55G0, Ku
leana 6792 to Umi, which said Apana
2 contains an area of 1 Rood and 28
Perches, and said Apana 3 contains
an area of 32 Perches, and said
A pana 4 contains an area of 24 Per-
chef1, and 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 Patent 2712,
Land Commission Award No. 9823 to
Kaoao, which said Apana 1 contains
aa 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
AIeo 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 and County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
All of the property above describ
ed as being located in the Kauaula
Valley, Lahaina, will bo sold subject
to a lease thereon dated the 5th day
of November, 1904, executed by the
said Manuel Gonsalves Coaques in
favor of Manuel Gonsalves Alfonse,
for 5 years from the said date,-bear
ing an annual rental of $45.00, which
said rent has been paid to November
Sale subject to confirmation bv the
Court. Deeds at the expense of the
For further paticulars appy to the
undersigned at his office at Lahaina
Maui, or to James L. Coke, his at
torney at Wailuku, Maul.
Dated at Lahaina, this 22 ud day of
A. N. HAYSELDEN,
Executor of the last Will and
Testament of Manuel Gonsalves Coa
James L. Coke,
Attorney for said Estate.
Oct. 27. Nov. 3, 10. 17, 24.
FOREST RESERVE HEARINGS.
Notice of Intention to Cors'uler the
Defining of the Limits of Forest Re
serves and the Setting Apart of cer
tain Govei nment Lands in the Dis
tricts of Hana, Island of Maui, nnd
Waianne, Island of Oahu, ns Forest
Rtserves. and of Public Hearings
concern!. ig said Subject Matter.
iNoticf is hereby yi.'en that under
the provisions of Chapter 28 of 'he
Revised '..nun of Hawaii, amended by
Act. No. (; of the Session Law of
1905, Public Hearings will be held bv
the Governor of the Territory and the
Hoard ol Commissioners of Agricul
ture and Forestry, on Wednesday,
Nov. 28th, 1906, at 2 o'clock P. M.,
in the office of the Board of Agricul
ture and Forestry, on King Street,
in Honolulu, Island of Oahu, to con
sider the defining of the limits of
forest, reserves and the settingn art
of certain government lands re
spectively in the District of liana,
Inland of M.iui, lying on the eastern
slope of Mi. Hnleakula, bounded on
the West and North bv the Koolau
District, on the East by a line fol
lowing approximately the lovvor edt;c
of the existing forest across the lia
na District, on the South by the Ivi-
pahulu District, and containing an
arra of 14,825 acres more or less;
and in the Waianae District, Island
of Oa'-u, lying on th western slope
of the Waianne Mountains, hounded
on the West b' the Lusilunlei Home
steads, on the Nortl. nnd East by
the lands of Waianae kai, Waianae,
uka and Honouliuli, on tin- South by
the. land of Nanakuli, containing an
area of 3,743 -lores mort or less; as
Map-; iid descriptions of ll 1- said
lands proposed to be set apart a.'
forest reserves are on file in the
office of the Superintendent of Fores
try 111 Honolulu, where they are
open to the inspection of the Public.
At the said time and place all per
sons who so desire will be given full
opportunity to bo heard upon the
subject matter of this notice and to
present evidence and arguments, in
person, by proxy, or by letter, either
for or against the setting apart of
said lands as Forest Reserves.
G. R. CARTER,
Governor of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Nov. 5, 1906.
Nov. 10, 17.
flVF.NnEN At Hans. Maui Novem-
bcr 7, 1906, H.C. Ovenden, Age
47 years o montiu anu z.i days.
NOTT To Mr. and Mrs. William
Nott in Kahului, Maui Nov. 6th,
The attention of nil Candidates in
the Territorial Election hold Novem
ber Cth, 1906. is drawn to Sections
31, 32 and 33 of the Rules and Regu
lations for Holding Election, which
relate to the filing of an itemized
Statement of Expenses by each Can
didate within twenty days.
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawaii.
W. J. MOODY
Contractor and builder
PLANS and ESTIMATES
rilONE NO. 1. KAIIULCI, MAUI
All accounts duo the undersigned
and which have been standing over
three months must be settled within
the next 30 days or the same will be
turned over to my Attorney for col
5t. 1 AO STABLES.
Market S.UEt.v Waii.ukd
ANTONE B0RBA, Prop.
Full lino of popular brands of
Celebrated Primo & Seattle
25c 2 Glasses 25c
BECAUSE, they get as good
smoke for FIVE CENTS as Hie
used to for Ten Cents.
The last whiff is as good as the
WHY NOT TRY ONEfc
It burns evenly.
We sell tho ADELINA PATTI.
Sole Honolulu Agents.
CORNER HOTEL and FORT STS
ty&m Mm 1
"'.MMIP P"ll, III Wi H
Do notbro;ct? next week we open
our advance shipments of holiday
goods. Souvenirs for your Mends
in the States, etc. Nov. 15th ig the
The Big Store with the Little Prices.
A Safety Razor with 12 blades for $1.00
Equal to any safety razor on the
market and better than the majority, p
Every one guaranteed.
That Amethyst Enameled ware
lias made a hit, it will he on exhi
bition again next week.
A now line of mercerized prints
direct from the New York factory,
stripes and figures, silk dot suitings
and silk mohairs in early fall styles.
Doilies, table covers and B. scarfs
in plain hemstitch, drawn .work
and stamped patterns.
a full line of diaper cloth, table
linen and bed spreads.
1906, a daughter.