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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, DECEMBER ! 5, 1906
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. A W. Kepolknl, Circuit Judge, WhIIiiku
E'lmunrt H.llnrt. Clerk Circuit Court. Wnllnku
Jmlge W. A. McKay Dint. Magistrate, Walluku
" Chus. Copp, " '
" Kunukaii, "
" J. Kulnma,
" I'llmnnu, " "
" McCorrlntoB " "
W. T. Robinson, Ta Axwnsor
J. N. K. Keola, Deputy Assessor
A. F. Tavares
M. H. Router, '
Wm. Hcnnlng, Supervisor, Chairman Lahalr.a
W TI (Wnn.ll H it, -ii......
" k Mnlnkal
i County Attorney
Deputy County Attorney.
Sheriffs Clerk Walluku
W. H. fVirntvull
T. M. Church,
J. H. Halualani,
T. T. Meyers,
D. H. Case.
W. F. CROCKETT
L. M. Ilaldwln,
W. F. Kaac,
i'. Clark, Deputy Shoriff
C. R. Lindsay, " . "
Kd(?ar Morton, " "
F. Wlttrock, " '
J. II. Mahoo, "
The members of the Wailuku' Dis
trict Improvement Association met
at the Court House Thursday even
ing and adjourned to Thursday even
Ing, December the 20th instant. This
was believed to be for the best in
terests of the Association asv the
evening was so stormy that but few
of I he members could be pri sent and
there are important matters for the
Association to consider.
The County Board of Supervisors
will meet to day in the County of
fices for the purpose of making up
estimates of expenditures for the
coming year and to consider matters
of advantage to the better working
of county government that might be
taken up with advantage by the
members of the next Legislature. All
of the heads of the various depart
ments are to be present.
The new gyratory rock crusher is
now in Kahului that was ordered
some time ago for the Wailuku Dis
trict. It is hoped that the tirst work
that it will be used for will bo the
macadamizing of the road through
Kahului. This road will always be
in wretched condition until the road
is macadamized and as this road is
used more by- the traveling t ublic
than any road in the county H should
be put in first class conditio i at the
Not only are the people of Wailuku
but all who come to Wailuku and
have occasion to require the services
of a first class barber to be con
gratulated on securing the services
of the proprietor of the Wailuku
Barber Shop. Prior to tLe opeaiug
of this shop by the present proprie
tor many were compelled to patronize
the Oriental shops that were insani.
tary to say the least.
There will be a meeting for the
consideration of important business
directly after the preaching se-vicE
next Sunday evening - at Union
All who attend the Sunday evening
services are expected to be present
at Ibis meeting and take part in the
Treat the children by bringing
them to the store and look over the
assortment of Christinas toys.
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bought as cheap. Come early and
make your choice before they are all
gone. Also a nice assortment of Bon
A. ENOS, the Pioneer Store.
The Emily F. Whitney is in port in
Kahului. Captain W. G. Goodman
her master has been sailing to the
islands for many years. ...
Dr. W. F. McConkey, H. A. Bald
win and Mr. White each received a
new automobile this week. The
machines arejall fine ones.
The Barque Mohican, Captain Her
sey has finished unloading her coal
from Lady smith and has taken on bal
last. She seils for Port Townsend.
The dredger Reclamation is under
going a thorough overhauling that
will amount to practically a rebuild
ing In Honolulu. She will be ready
lor work in about three months.
v PERSONAL MENTION. '
Captain J. A. iiersey of the Mohi
can was in town this week while his
ship is in the harbor at Kahului.
Attorney General E. C. Peters ar
rived in town Tuesday from Honolu
lu. He was in court Wednesday and
left the same evening from Kahului
for Honolulu by the Claudine.
M. K. Temple is on Maui this week
rounding up certain witness wanted
in Judge Doles Court.
Judge W. L. Stanley was a Maui
visitor Tuesday. He returned to
T. D. S. Rimes was a Wailuku cn!l
er this week.
Enoch Jolin'ion was in Wailuku
this week. He returned kome Wed
nesday. N. Omsted returned from Honolulu
Dan T. Carey returned from Hono
lulu Tuesday evening by -the Mauna
D. L. Meyer, manager of the Maui
Whip and Liquor Company wont to
Honolulu from Kahului on Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Rosecrans re
turned from Honolulu ttiis week.
G. Nakatcu of the First N tinnal
Rank of Wailuku went to Honolulu
Miss Lilly Patey and Miss Schaefer
of Honolulu have been the guests of
Mrs. Dora von Temsky for some
weeks. They returned to Honolulu
by the Claudine on Wednesday.
C. D. Lufkin, cashier of the First
National Bunk of Wailuku, returned
from Honolulu this week.
Miss Tillie Neuman of Honolulu re
turned to her home this week. She
has been a guest of Miss Violet Ma
Kee during the past month.
Carl Waldeyr was a passenger to
Honolulu this week.
Miss Charlotte Baldwin was a pas
senger to Honolulu by the Claudine
H. E. Picker the insurance man
arrived in Wailuku Thursday.
Ah Ping of Kaanapali has succeed
ed manager Hanneberg as manager
of the plantation at Kipahulu. The
plantation there is a small one, and is
on rough ground and in small fields
divided by gulches. There is no rail
road on the plantation and even the
seed cane is packed on mules into the
fields for planting.
Captain Parker of the Reclama
tion made Kahului a flying visit this
week. He returned to Honolulu
D. K. Dayton is in town for a few
days. He is just from Kaupo, where
he has been building a derrick and
approach for Mokulau Landing.
Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Rosecrans re
turned from Honolulu ou the "Maunu
Loa after a few days pleasant visit
in that city.
The Public school was opened on
Wednesday, as no more cases of
sickness have developed recently
and no danger of further contagion
Miss Tanny Engle Is visiting Mrs
Wm. Searby. She has been assisting
at the Puunenne Hospital for several
weeks, during the absence of some of
the r egular stiff of nurses.
Twice As Much Land As Promised.
The report has been circulated
that many of the Prtuguse immi
grants who arrived in -the S. S. Suve-
rlc on December 1 came here with
the understanding that they were to
be given two acres of land for each
family, securing title to the land at
the end of three years, and that there
was considerable dissatisfaction be
cause the two acres were not forthcoming.
There seems to have been a misun
derstanding and the error can be
credited to the use of a word. The
advertisements circulated in the
Azores and jn Madeira, pointing out
to the Portuguese what they might
expect if they came here, declared
that "2 alqueries" of land would be
given each family. This word has a
"popular" meaning which might be
interpreted as referring to "2 acres,"
whereas in reality it means nothing
of the kind. Two "alqueries ore
considerbly less than one acre, so
when the Portuguese-families are
given an acre of land oa the Hawaiian
plantations they are receiving more
than twice as much as they were
This proposition was discussed this
morning in the shed of the Planters'
Association adjoining the Immigra
tion Station and Portuguese Consul
Cauavarro came along while the sub
ject was being considered. Mr. Can-
avarro stated that, according to the
measurement admitted by a number
of the Portuguese immigrants them
selves, two "alqueries"' were les
than one acre. It seems that "al
querie" is obsolete as a measure
ment, the metric system now being
used In Portugal. Star.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
Cocntt of Maui
By virtue of an Exoction issued by
First Circuit Court, In The Territory
of Hawaii, in the suit of Abraham
Pauolo Plaintiff, against John W.
Kalua Defendant, duly attested the
16th day ol November A. D., 1906,
to mn directed and delivered, for a
judgment rendered in said Court for
the sum of $728.50 besides interest
and accruing costs, I have levied on
the following described property, to
witt: All thot piece or parcel of lend
situate at Puako, Lahaina, Island if
Maui, being the lower portion of
what is known as the Canal Premis
es, bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at the South East makai
corner of the bridge on Main Street
which crosses the Canal and running:
S. 50 W. 5.85 Chains along Ilihio Po
lea and W. C. Lunalilo; N. 38 W. 0.56
Chains along high water mark; N.
51 i E. olong Government Road to
makai N. W. corner of the Main
Street biidge, thence along the
bridge on the makai side across the
canal in a south enstei ly direction to
the place of beginning; being the
same premises conveyed to Jjhn W.
Kalua by Charles Robe rt Lindsay by
deed dated Dec. 1. 1903, record
ed iu Hawaiian Registry of Convey
ances in Liber 254 folios 250 252.
(b) All that piece of land contain
ing an area of 225-1000 of an acre
more or less set apart to Maliana by
partition deed dated Apr. 10, 1900
and bounded and described as follows;
Beginning at the East .corner of
this land at the North corner of J.
Wl Kalua's division and running: S,
Cfideg. 1 min. W. 2.11 Ch ins along
J.W. Kalua, N. 19 deg W. 1.74
Chains along Kekuapahipahi, N. E.
1.71 Chains along Karaaka (w), S. 31
deg. t min. E. 1.68 Chains along
Government Rocd to initial point;
being a portion of the division survey
ed and divided by E. Bailey, Survey
or, on 26 Morch 1881, between the
heirs of Kanakaole (k) deceased and
said Maliana and others the children
of Kamuela (k) deceased and being'a
part of the Kuleana to Kanakaole L.
C. Award 409 situate at Mokuhau,
vvauuKu, ana being the same pre
mises conveyed to J. W. Kalua by
Maliana (w) by deed dated Apr. 17
1900 and recorded in Liber 208 folios
134-136 subject to Right of Way to
construct a tunnel, ditch, flume,
pipe, or other water-way over,
through and across said parcel of
land L. C. Award No. 409 to Kana
ole, which right of way was convey
ed by J. W. Kalua to the Hawaiian
Commercial & Sugar Company by
deed dited Oct. 9, 1900 and record
ed in Liber 210 folios 355-6.
iNotice is hereby given that on
Monday the 14th day of January, A.
Dn 1907, at the hour of 12 o'clock
noon, at the front door of the Court
House in Wailuku, County of Maui,
T. ti.l unless the said amount of
Judgment, interests, accruing costs
and expenses are previously paid, 1
wm sell all the right, title and in
terest or said John W. Kalua Defen
dant, in and to the above-described
property, or so much thereof as may
be necessary to satisfy said judgment
and costs, to the highest bidder for
cash in U. . Gold Coin. Expenses
of Deeds to be borne by Purchasers.
Uated Wailuku, Uounty of Maui, T.
U. Dec. 14th 1906.
W. E. SAFFERY,
- Sheriff of the County of Maui.
Dec. 15, 22, 29. Jan. 1907, 5, 12.
Ah Nim has filed a second Bppli
cation (tirst was refused) for a 5th
Class L'quor License at Waibee,
Wailuku, Maui. Any protests against
the issuance of this license should be
filed in this office by Tuesdays Decern
ber 26th 1906.
- A. J. CAMPBELL,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, T. H,
Dec. 7, 1906.
ay virtue oi the authority in me
vested by section 1271 of R. L. Ha
waii, I will sell at Public Auction at
the Bismark Stables, Wailuku, Maui
on Thursday, Dec. 20, 1906, at 1
o'clock coon, for coon-payment of
delinquent taxes the following des
cribed propeity belonging to Oto
goro, to wit:
One Four-wheeled Wagon,
One bay Horse,
One set of Old Double Harness.
The property to be sold can be seen
at the Bismark stables.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Deputy Tax Assessor,
Wailuku District, Maui
a very large assortment of
ill prices ranging- from 25c. r
to $1.00 per pound.
Pine JNuts, Walnuts, Chest
nuts, Almonds, Brazil Nuts,
Order early, the supply is
A New Supply of
of beautiful patterns will be
placed on exhibition next
That we are headquarters
for TOYS for the Christmas
The Bi Store with the Little Prices,