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-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1 906
THE MAUI NEWS
TIT DRAWS to itself the small change
11 which you formerly scattered. It
starts arrowing bank account
and create!? a fund which will finally
makerou independent. MAKE Tl
FIRST DEPOSIT TODAY. S32SSS2B3S
, 7i77 "jy0 w
WOOLAIIA KUAI WA1VVAI PAA
KA LUNA 1IOOKO.
Ma ka liuna o ka Waiwai o
MANUEL GONSALVES COA
1: K.S. n Lali..ina. Maui, I make.
of said day, to the highest bidder for
cash, all of the following described
real property or iaterest therein,
belonging to the Estate of said
Manuel Gonsalves Coaques, deceased,
All of those certain pieces, parcels
or lots of l'ud known as Apnnas 2, 3
and 4 of Royal Patent No. ooW!, ivu
leana 6792 to Uml, which said Apana
Witness, PHILIP L. WEAVER,
Esquire, Judge of said Court, tins
1st, day of Nov. in the year nineteen
Lund red and six.
Attest will. Ser I of said Cout t
(S-a!) . W. I j HOWAKU,
Nov. 10, 17. 24, fr, 1
Ke houlahala nku net ma keia, ma-U coutaius an area of 1 Rood and 28 Euf(n2 ' WflfltS
GET THE HABIT
Of trading at the LAIIAINA STORE the depend
able store. You might save a few steps by buying
elsewhere, bnt are you sure of the freshness and
quality 7 Our goods in every department are of the
best quality for the money. We would not make this
statement If we did Dot mean it.
nlo ki kaht kauol.a 1 hanaia a boo
ouktiia e Honoiuble A. K. Kepoikai,
Lui.akuuuwiii o ka Aha Kaapunldka
XpunaKIuu, Teritoil o Hawaii, e
who ana e hoolohe 1 na mea olH I ka
vaiwnio ka poe make, ma Okatoba
IS, 1906, e kuai aku ana au ma ke
Kudala Akca ma ka puka mamua o
ka Hale Hookolokolo ma Lahaina,
Mokupunl ame Kalana o Maul, T. H
na ka Poakolu, kalaJ28oNovemaba,
M. II. l'JOC. e hoomaka ana ma ka
hora 12 o ke awakea o ua la Ma, I kh
mea kolio kiekie loa no ke dalakuike,
Perches, and said Apana 3 rontal t
an area oi i-ercnes, uhu emu
Apana 4 contains an area of 24 Pei
dies, and all of which said property
is located in-Kauaula Valley, District
nf T.nhninn. Tslar.d and County of
Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
Also an exclusive interest in
Apanas 1 and 2 of Royal Patent
r.nnd Commission Award No. 0823 to
The Best of Everything
t Live and Let Live Prices
THE : LAHAINA : STORE
Dry G'tfs, Groceries,1 Scots and Shoes, Notions, Plantation Supplies
LAHAINA, MAUI. .
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 by these two 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 hnve 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 or Zeiss
lens. Vehave several very fine ones in stock and will
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
California this winter anil during
the coming years will have a formni-
able rival for thp groat tomis trade
f u Fnet, unit Em-one. This rival
will be the shores of the Mediterra
nean sen. The proplps dwelling along
Kaoao. which said Apana 1 contains ti,P hie shores of the great sea are
aj area of 1 Acre and 23 Roods, and planning to get the results of the
said Apana 2 contains au area of 1 travel, nnd. aro putting forth their
Aoi-p 9. Unrwls smd SO Rods. and all of k0, efTnrta In take ppopIp from
which said premises are located in a mPriea across the Atlantic, insteac
ikelamau waiwai paa a kuleana Kauauia Valley, Island and District Lf allowing them to go to California.
apau loa iloko olaila, o ka waiwai i aforesaid. It has been computed that Amen
ua Manuel Gousalves Coaques la, i Also an undivided one half Interest on tmirlsU Rnond each vear in
make, pcnel: in Land Commission Award No. 8559 Europe about 1500,000,000. Tl
O keia man apana aina apau loaijto Paeohi, containing an area of sum B doomed a large one, but whe n
ikea o ka Apaua 2, 3 ame 4 o ka Pa- about; one-half Acre and being locat- thP exquisitet tu t reliqnes and jewels
lapala Sila Nul Helu 6560, Kuleana ed at Lahaina, Island nna county oi brousrht ft,in.ially bv the tourist
TTelu 6792 no Uml. ao ka Hi o ua Mau', lerritory ot iiawau.
A nana 2 '1 he 1 Ruda ame 28 Peka, All of the property above descrio
and o ka Apana 3 he 32 Peka ka Hi, ed as being located In the Kauaula
a o ka Apana 4 he 24 Peka ka Hi, a Valley, Lahaina. will be sold subject
aia keia mau auaua apau ma ke to a leaso thereon aateu ine wn ciay
Awawa o Kauaula, Apana o Lahaina of November, 1904, executed by the
Mokupunl ame Kalana o Maul, Te.i said Manuel Gonsalves Cooques. In
tm-i n Hawaii favor of Manuel Gonsalves Alfonse,
Tvb WnWna kaokoa ifoko o Apana for 5 years from the said date, bear
t o i. ri., Rii Mi,! Holn intr an annual rental of $45.00, which
2712, Kuleana Helu 9823 no Kaoao, a
o ka III o ua Apana 1 la he 1 eka Riu hin.t in ponfirm.it ion bv the ward this Slate' during tie winter
ame 23 Roda. and o ka Apana 2 he 1 Court. Deeds at the expense of the ftnfi filfl movement has already
pp has bpcome alarmed at, the ag
gressive movements of the Europeans
to get thp American traveler to seek
their southern countries for the wint
recreation. He savs that, the
Eistern cities, are already fl'iod
with the advertisements of these re
sorts, and that mnny ppopte who
would have gone Mth r to Florida or
would havp timed their steps in the
direction of California have made un
their minds to (o to Europe.
'So far." he said, "thp movement
has n.t hurt the California travel
The people who are going to Europp
tljis year are mostly those who would
have gone to Florida duri.ig the
winter months. But the time will
come when the fever to go to Europe
during the winte? will affect the
travel to tiis State,
"The Southern Pacific is making
widespread crusade in the a.lvertis
October 22d, submitted tome by you.
I duect that the recommendations of
General Carlington be complied with,
and th,t at the same time the con
hiding portion of his report be pub
lished, with our sanction, as giving
t tie reasons for the action.
Following is the concluding portion
r G.-ne-al CaHingtoVs report which
,. .. 1.. I !.... tV,,.
Pinoodies ine n'ronnm-num nnn
will b" rarriiH into effect linmediate
ly by the VVar Department:
'II is t i c iinniended that orders be
issut'd as soon as prui-i n-auir
charting without honor every man in
Companies H, C, and D of I lie Twenty-
fifth Infantry, serving at Fort Biown
on the night of Aug ist 13, 19IHJ, and
forever dehairing them from re
ei:listing in the Army or Navy of rJie
United States, as well as from em
ployment in Bny civil capacity under
the Government. In making this
recommendation, I rec lgeizethe fact
that a number of men who have no
direct knowledge as to the Identity
. . it.!-
are taken inio r.-insineranoN mm
amount does rot spem to t'c cxng
ThP tourist travel to Culifort ia
thl winter will 'P heuvier 1 pn over.
James Horsburph Jr. general rnsen-
ger ngent. of te Souiliern P:icifie.
hns just, returned from 'he East.
holms heen looking Irto the
situation, ard reports tat lavg-
num'oers of people will be turned to
eka, 2 Ruda ame 30 Roda, a aia keia purchaser
mau apana apau ma ke
Kauaula, Mokupunl ame
Ame ke kuleana hapalua I mahele
oleia iloko o ke Kuleana Helu 8559
no Paeohi. nona ka '.11 he hapalua
pkn. a e waiho ana ma Lahaina, Mo
For further naticulars appy to the
undersigned at his ofliee at Liahaina
Maui, or to James Ij. Coke, Ins at
torney at Wailuku, Maui.
Dated at Lahaina, this 22nd day of
A. N. HAYSELDEN,
Executor of the last Will and
kupunl ame Kalana o Maui, 'Teritori Testament of Manuel G msalves Coa
o Hawaii. ques, ueceuM-u.
v. L-nnii.i aku ana na s Dana Aina I James L. Coke,
Attorney for said Estate.
Oct. 27. Nov. 3, 10. 17, 24.
apau l hoikeia maluna e waiho ana ma
ke Awawa o Kauaula, Lahaina, aka
ua'e, ke paaia net malalo o kekahi
palapala ho limaliinai hanaia ma ka NO, 98. TERRITORY OF HAWAII
COURT OF LAND REGISTRA
TION TERRITORY OF HAWAII
SAMUEL PARKER; HEIRS
OF HARRIET P ANA N A
PARKER (Nee Napala); C.
BREWER&CO. LTD; BECKEY
COCKETT; DR. D. KURIZAKI;
la 5 o Novemaba,1904.e Manuel Gon
salves Coaques l oleloia, la Manuel
Gonsalves Alfone,no 5 makahiki mai
lala aku, a o ka ukuhoohmal'ma Ma
kahiki he 145.00, a ua ukuia a t ka la
5 o Novemaba, 9U6.
O keia kuai ana e waihoia aku ana
no ka aponoia e ka Aha. Na ka me u
kuai mai e uku na lilo o na palapala
No na mea I koe e ninau t ka mea
malalo nei ma kona keena ira Lahai
na, Maui, a la James L. Coke paha,
kona loio, ma Wailuku, Maui.
Hanaia ma Lahaina, 1 keiaU ii o
A. N. HAYSELDEN,
Luna Hooko oka Palapala Kauoha
Hone loa a Manuel Gonsalves Coa
ques, i make.
James L. Coke,
Loio no ua waiwai 'la.
October 27. Nov. 3, 10. 17, 24.
Notice To Travelers.
$'Cn This brand denotes quality.
Leather needs. . Send your
f-Tidfs tn us and vnti mav feel
k. v - -
' 1 certain of fair treatment
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Box 504. HONOLULU, T. 11.
Telephone Main 143.
Cut to ftny length desired Prompt
Contractor & Bullde
Paints, Oils & Glass
Market Street. - - - Wailuku
Telephone 4. - - P. O. Box 17
W. F..CROKETT; PATRICK
COUKETT; TERRITORY OF ing field and will do all in
Negro Troops Let Out.
Notice is hereby given that on and
after this date the undersigned livery
and hack men will make a uniform
charge of $2.00 per passenger either
to or from McGregors Landing. The
same charire being made for either
day or night passage.
Dated October 24, 1900.
Bismark Stables, lao Stables, Ceo
tral Stables, Maui Stables, Wailuku
Stables, Kido Hack, No. 4, Tanaka
Hack No. 24, Takase Hack No. 35,
Kondo Hack No. 45, Igawa Hack No.
31, Tubeta nack No. 19, Hashimoto
Hack No. 23, Konisnima Hack No.
46, Ishee Hack No. 16, Sakagawa
Mack No. 13, Aiakagowa, 33, Kazika
Hack No 30. '5t.
HAWAII by E. C. PETERS as to see that the people are brought to
Attorney General: COUNTY OF this State in as large numbers as
MAUI by WM. HENNING as possible."
Chairman of the Board of Super- The Southern Pacific is offering
visors: MRS. W.F. CROCKETT; every Inducement for the tourists
S. KIMURA; and to ALL whom and is getting out a small information
it mav concern: sheet tor their benefit. It contains
Whereas, a petition has been pre- all the hotels around and In San
sented to said Court by MAUI DRY Franciscc. and gives their location
GOODS & G ROCERY COMPANY, number of rooms and prices. A lis
LTD.. to register and confirm its of the prospective hotels and tlie
titie in the following-described land: probable date of completion i? also i
Beginning at an Iron bolt at the the "pamphlet
north west corner of this lot, said
iron bolt being ,the east corner of
Main Street and Ma-ket Street ex
tension. This iron bolt la located by
the following true azimuths anil dis
tances: To north-east corner of the
Alexander House lot 76 deg. 18 rain.
35.6 feet; To Wailuku Waterworks
Hydrant 79 deg. 53 min., 54.25 feet;
To Kepoikai Block 124 de. 08 min.
93.1 fee;; To South west jjorner of J.
W. Kalua's bouse lot 213 deg. 42 min.
80.2 feet; the boundary runs thence
by true azimuths:
(1) 255 deg. 30 min., 135.0 feet,
along Main Street;
(2) 345 deg. 30 miu., 100.5 feet,
along Patrick Cockett's lot;
(3) 75 deg. 35 min., 135.0 feet,
along W. G. Scott's lot;
(4) 165 deg. 30 min., 100.4 feet,
along Market Street Extension to
point of Commencement. Area 13,-
Washington, November 6. Uri
precedented in the history of the
Armv of the United States Is the
action of the President, justannounc
ed, in dismissing in disgrace from the
Army an entire battalion of negro
troops because of their failure
disclose the identity of some of the!
number who had been guilty of vio
lence and murder.
As an evidence, however, of
intention to be fair to the colored
troops, the President has accom
panied this action by an order, which
may amount to the court-martial
a white Army officer of high grade
who was charged with having cast
slurs upon the colored troops. The
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Op SALE I 5(jq Square Feet being a portion of story of both actions is told In official
OF REAL PROPERTY
In the matter of the Estate of
Manuel gonsalves coa
QUES, late of Lahaina, Maul, de
Notice Is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a certain order made
aifa lssurd 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, 190C, I will sell at Public
Auctiou at the front door of the
Court House at Lahaiua, Island and
County of Maui, T. H., on Wedncg
day, the 28th day of November, A.
L. C. A. 420, R. P. 1996 to H. Kui
helani, In the Hi of Owa, Wailuku,
You are hereby cited to appear at
the Court of Land Registration, to
0 held at Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
on the 21st day of December A. D.,
1906, . at one o'clock and thirty
correspondence made, public today
by the military secretary. The
"The report of an investigation
made by Brigadier-General Carling
ton, inspector-general of the Army,
relative to the riotous disturbances
that occurred at Brownsville, Tex.,
of the men who aetu illy fired the
hols on the night of the 13th of
uyust, 1906, wiU suff.'r hy this ex-
"It hns l-ren pstahlisnod by careful
nvpstigatmn ' hey on i reasonable
Uibt that the fniiiL' into the h iusps
f thr citizens of Brown ville, wlnle
tii" nhii'iilan"' thcrenf were (iur-.u
ng thi'lr pt-aeeful vocations or sleep
inj.', nnd by whieh one citizen wss
d and the Chif nf Police n
erl msiy wounded that he lost hi i
rm, was done by enlisted men of the
wpntv fifth Infantry, belonging to
the battalion stationed at i'ort
'After due op-iortunit7 and notice,
the enlisted men of the Twpnty-nfth
Infantry have failed .Do tell all that It
reasonabl- to believe they know
concerning the shooting If they had
done so; if they had been willing to
relate all the circumstances prelimi
nary to the tiounie ;t is exirrmt-iy
probable that a cIpw "sufficiently de
finite would have been disclosed.
T.iey appeared to stand together
in a determination to resist the de
tection of the guilty; therefore, they
should stand their ground when the
penr.lty falls. w
A forceful lesson should be given
to the Army at large, nnd especially
to thrf commissioned officers, that
their duty does not cease upon the
drill groin. d, with the calling of com
pany rolls, making inspections and
other duties of formal character, but
that their responsibilities accompany
thpm everywhere and at all times;
that it is their duty to become
thoroughly acquainted with the in
dividual members of their respective
units, to know their characteristics,
to be able at all times to gauge their
temper hi order to discover the be
ginning of discontent or mutinous
intentions, and to anticipate any
organized act of disorder they must
notify their oflicei s at once of any
such conditions. Moreover, the peo
ple of the United States, wherever
they live, must feel assured that the
men wearing the uniform of the Army
are their protectors,- and not mid
night assassins or riotous disturbers
of the peace of the community in
whichJJley may be stationed.
"Oli October 5, 1906, a squardon
bf "the Ninth Cavalry, an organization
of colored troops, reported at Fort
Sheridan, near Chicago, under orders
from the War Department assigning
them to duty theie. Soon after this
assignment there abpeared in the
public press the following account of
ivstatemeot alleged to have been
'made with regard to the matter by
Colonel William I. Pitcher. Tweuty
"The negro troops would never
have been quartered at Fort Sheri
dan without a protest if I was to
remain in command here,' said Col
onel Pitcher. 'I. never liked them,
and the farther. away from me tbey
are kept, the better it pleases me.
For the life of me I cannot see why
the United States should try to make
soldiers of them. Certainly there
are enough flue white men in this big -country
to make soldiers of without
recruiting from such a source.'
"This alleged statement by Colonel
Pitcher has been brought to the
attention of the President. The
following communication was sent to
Department by Secretary
D. 1906, beginniug at 12 o'clock noon J or any decree entered thereon.
minutes In the afternoon, to show on the night oi August id, lauo, ana
cause. If any you have, why the pray- that resulted In the death of one nnd
r oX K.ii.1 nfitltion (should not he the wounding of another citizm of
rant(.l Ami unless von nnr.pnr at that city, has been considered and
said Court at the time and place acted upon by the President. Follow
aforesaid your default will be record- inK are lli3 instructions with ngard
ed. and the said petition will be taken to the matter:
as confessed, and vou will be forever "White House, November 6,1906
barred from contesting said petition I Secretary of War: I have read
Generel Carlingtoo's report, dated
"The President directs that an
immediate statement he called for
from Colonel Pitcher to know whether
or not he is correctly quoted thePre
sident directs that proceedings be
takeu against him for such i unish
ment as can be Inflicted. The Presi
dent thinks that such conduct Is but
little better thauthatof thpoffendiug
negro troops themselves. Very truly
yours.. WILLIAM LOEB JR,
"Secretary to the Presideut."