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SATURDAY, MAY 2S J 907
THE MAUI NEWS
the: mui news
"Altered at the l'ost Office nt Wailukii, Maui, Hawaii, sccntiil-i'1a- iikuUt.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
Maui RutolisHiiiK Company. Limited.
Proprietors nnd I'ubllnhorB.
The columns of the Nkws admit cmniminieations on pcrlitiutit topics. Write only
on one si.le of paper. Sinn your name which will he held coiiliileiilial il desired.
SunscirTioN Hatks, in Alvamk $2."0 per Year. l.-r0 Six Month
HugCh VI. Coke,
lirtltor niid MHnaii'er
j "". MAY Vo, l;:(7
Wnnlr ?rn the I mum While- much in the liquor law roocnl l.y
rnmmlssinn. enacted seems ambiguous it is l-
i. !i 111 1 ,.a,l. Cm. H,r nnm m 1 ttKI llllOl'S to SlOf) HHH1 V of
neveu n win jmisbiuiu iui inv. t.. ,
the abuses that now are in vnguo bj certain parties in the liquni
No one who is at all informed will deny that a preat majority f
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the people hero will have liquor ami n seems io us trim, u .i..r-. -d
nnnrlnptod t.ho business would not prove a curse On the oilici
hand the abuse of liquor is unquestionably Ilia cause of nntoUl
vnicorp nnrl dr crredation. The manner in which certain establish-
ments are conducted tends to lower the entire business and tneir
moic ebmild be carefully scrutinized before a license is yranu u
On Mi.ui and probably on Hawaii and Kauai the liquor dealers have
r,t. w-pred their nlaces cf business to the low level of some of the
dives of Honolulu and yet much could be done to improve tho tone
of some of the establishments of this island. No esrablishmort
should be permitted to encourage women and children to ki.f
around their estoblishuents nor should they serve intoxic-ai-xl
Or0rtn These nractices cause all of the better class of people to
look with scorn on this practice and it results in an injury to the
business of those who would conduct respectable places.
a0 it. i Ptit.irelv discressionary with the Boards to say to whom
1 1 stnri coc chnil he granted it should be an easy mat ter for them to
stop the abuses of the business and see that every establishment
is conducted in a respectable manner.
A Serious A custom prevails among a certain class of people
Custom. here of tyiny their horses alonp tiio public riu;ii
ttWo thev often cause annoyance and occasionally seriou
accident. Horses hitched by the side of tlie road usually become
,iMonB,l to a more or less extent lust as they are being umei.
by and when they attempt to get away from the vehicle draw the
rope taught causing the rope by which they are tied to frighten
v, wco thot. ic hpintr driven. A number of such cases have been
bUC UUiou julv - r? -
reported in the past and some accider ts have been caused by such.
. nr.. n n r.nfuiu nt T.;ih:iin:i this week is one in
ine case ui mi.v.
question. ' The carelessness of a Japanese there came, near prov
s c-,rir,c nnfl even as it was resulted in 'v.idily injury to hi
horse, damage to an automobile and a narrow escape from harm ol
nnonf niirlpadirii? citizens.
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The pracice should be stopped but like many others too many do
ti,,t,v. ir. C11-.11 niMii.ors u 11 i 1 1 sume him; i umnv
not pi'j any tincimiw"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of
ROSA DICKENSON, late of Wailu
ku, Maui,-; deceased, before A. N.
Order of Notice of Petition for
Doclaraticn of Heirs.
On Reading and Filhig the Peti
tian of Ii. M. Baldwin, of WailuUu.
Island and County of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, one of the guardians of
Rosa Dickenson, an insane person,
now deceased, of said Wailuku, alleg
ing, that said Rosa Dickenscn died
at Wailuku aforestid, on the 31st
day of January, A. D. 1907, leaving
property in his hands to be dist ribut
ed, and praytog that the heirs of the
said Rosa Dickenson may be declar
ed: It Is Ordered, that Mouday, the
1st day of July, A. D. 1907, at 10
o'clock A. M.fcbe and hereby is ap
pointed for hearing said petition iu
the Court Room of this Court, at
Wailuku, Maui, at which time and
place all persons concerned may ap
pear and show cause, if any thty
have, why said petition should not be
granted, and that notice of this or
der bo published in the "Naui News,"
a weekly newspaper printed and
published in said Wailuku, for three
successive weeks, as said newspaper
la resulariv printed and published,
the last publication to be not less
than ten days previous to tlie time
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, May 22ud,
(Sd A. N. KEPOIKAI.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
fSeal) (Sdl Edmund II. Hast,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
May 25. June 1, 8 and 15.
IN J H i: CI RCU 1 1 cuu u i ui am'.
SECOND CI IJCUIT, TERRITORY
TAYLOlt May 22, 1907. Margaret
Taylor age live years, Daughter of
In Probate At CIimiUmm s.
In the Ma Hit of the F.OWHe i'l
JOHN H ALU ALANf. la to of Kin
hulu, Maui, (lei-ca-eil, befoie juclyi-
A. N. KEPOIKAI.
Onler i'f Nviliie .f l'ctilioii fo;
Allowance of Fira! Aecoui.ts ar.J
Discharge in tliis Et ito.
O i R.-a'l nt; -mi Filinir tho Peti
t Urn and accounts of Jo.shua Ahulii,
Administrator of the Estate of John
Halualaui, late of Kipahulu, Maui
deceased, wherein he asks to be al
lowed $G1.15 and he charges himself
with $103.60, and asks that the same
may pe examined and approved, and
that a final order may be made of
Distribution of the i roperty remain
ing in his hands to the persons there
to entitled, and discharging him and
his sureties from all further respon
sibility as such Administrator.
It is Ordered, that Monday, the
1st day of July. A. D. 190", at . 10
o'clock A. M. before the Judge of
said Court at the Court Room of the
said Court at Wailuku, Inland of
Maui, be and the same hereby is ap
pointed as the time and place for
hearing said Petition and Accounts,
and that all persons interested may
thtn and there appear and show
cause, if any they nave, wny me
same should not be granted, and may
present evidence as to who are ei.-
titlml to the said liionei tv. And
that notice of this Order, in tin
English language, be published in the
"Maci News," a weekly newspapers
printed and published !n Wailuku,
for three successive weeks, the last
nnhlirution to be not less than two
weeks previour to the time therein
appointed for said heat ing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 22nd
day of May, 191)7.
(Sj) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(SEAL.) (Sd) Edmund II. Haht.
r.lr rk of the Circuit Court of the
May 25. June 1, 8 and 15.
lNTHi: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
S ECON I) CIRCUIT, T E I til I T U V
In Probate At Chambers.
In !ho Matter of Ihe Estats cf
S KAH ALE. late of Wailuku. Main.
Ol d' r to Show Cause on Adminis
trator's Application to Sell l-.eni
On Reading ami Filing the Peti
tion, Accounts and Reports of Wil
'iam E RafTerv, the Adniinist ra'or-
wilh- the-Will-annex of the Estate
.f S. Kabn'p. Into of 'iVaihilcu, Maui.
tlecea-ed. nra' tin for an .order of
tilp of certain real estate belonging
1 1 1he Fslnte of said S. Knliale des
cribed, as follows:
1. An undivided riiiht, title and
Interest, in and t i R. P. f.S.3. L. C
A. 3i:n to Kurana, situate at Waie-
lv.i, Maui, in the Hi of Kuehti and
onvevM! to said S. Kal ale hv deed
Tf M. Keiielekulu. dated the 11th day
if August, IflO."), and recorded in the
Hawaiian leeistry in T iber 2!2, on
1 . P. (fJraut) 2200 to flooini-
lianuhi, situate at Kitnahena. TTonua-
ula, containing U-' t Acre, and con
veyed to Ti(! S. Kahalo by deed of
Ka'cni and Aliann. her husband, dat
ed M.i'v-h 27, IS'.)."), and in raid deed
described as R P. 23rrt, recorded in
the lliwaiian Registry in Li'oer 292.
on page 179.
3 R. P. 4071. L. C. A. 53SS. to
Hoomilianuhi, situate in said TTonua
ula, and conveyed to said S. Knhnle
by 1 ho last, above mentioned derd.
4. An undivided right, Title and
interest, in and to R. P. (1124, L. C
A. U1S. t.o Kcalanalu. situate in
Wjiehu, in the Hi of Mookaht, p-in
tainiug 2.7S Acres, (subjec t to mort
'age given to Nellie M. Lon rey by
said S. Kahale, dated March 22, 1S!,
and recorded in Tiilier 112 folio 3!1!,
and assigned to W. T. Robinsrip.
July 22. 1S!9, rccoided in Liber l.')2.
5. An undivided right, title and
interest, in and to R P. (5493, Ti. C
A. 402, to Nuiakaukau, to-wit:
(a) Lot described in deed of Kuan
laWaikaloi. dated July 29, 1S80
and rrcarded in Li'oer fS, page (it),
eoiitiiiiiing an ar a of 22-100 Acre,
(!ck hut portion thereof heretofore
conveyed by said S. Kahale.)
(b) Interest, conveyed to said S.
Ivahale tiv deed of Lui ICnekei i, dated
13th dav of February, 1!(();,. rpi-ord
ed in the Hawaiian R -gist ry, in Liner
292. on page 17H, and adjoining the
nbove deseribi.'d let.
Said above described premises
ipiug sTtuaH' on Vineyard Street, it:
Wailuku. and knovvn ns S. Ko hale
homes! ea i.
And settii.g forth certain legal
reasons wliv ut: rea' estate, or so
much thereof should be sold.
It is her o. Oruered that the
neirs, legatues, the next-ot Kin oi
said S. Kahale deceased, and all per
sons interested in the said Estate
appear before this Court on Monday,
the 1st day of July A. D. 1907, at, it)
o'clock a. m.at the Court House of
Wailuku, in Wailuuu, County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, then and there
to show cause why an order should
not be grcnted for the sale of such
And it is'Further Odored that a
notice of this order be published at
least three successive weeks before
the said day of hearing in the "Maui
News," a weekly newspaper printed
and published in Wailuku, Maui, the
l:it publication lo be not less than
Ten oays previous to the time therein
appointed for said hearing
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, May 21st,
A. D. 1907.
(Sd) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of tlie Second Circuit Court.
(Seal) (Sd) Edmund tl. Hart,
Clerk of the Second Circuit Court.
May 25t h, June 1st, 8th, 15;h.
No. 1. Device blown into side of
bottle as fol'ows: Maui Soda Works.
No. 2-Device blown into the hot
torn of bottle as follows: W.
Xo. 3. Device etched on side of
siphon as follows: "MAUI SODA
WORKS," and stamped on the head
of same bottle, Maui S da Works.
R. A. WADSWORTII,
M a nager.
MauiSod.i & Ice Works Co. Ltd.
Kahului, Maui, T. TI , May 21M, 101)7.
May 25. June 1.
e-GGec q2 mQze
If tliorc is i'ii!tliing; vmi desire tliitt is not carried
Maimili o na olelo o k Kanawai
101, o l.a Kanawai o 1907, i kapaia,
lie Kanawai r lloouu.lu ana i ia Ona
o na O'liole e l.ooiiana'a ana ma ka
Dana ana a Kuai ana i na Wai M '
uiona, a "ic na Wai Mineral.!, Poka.
F.ia, Ilia, rVni M'nioea Cida, Wai
Mopioua Awataihi, time rut wai mo.
in. ma a'e i like o'e, i npenoia a i lilo
i kaiie.u ai iii.i Aieri!;i 25. 1907, ke
hoo'ah.i aku nei la Miini Soda & lee
Wei , s Co., Ltd. tea ke ak"a. na wai
!io aku l.ikou lie man lioakaka ona
ano o ka lakou mau Maka a Houi.'ona
nc ka Puuku o ka Teriiori o Hawaii,
i o na oinole a pan i kaui.i maltina iho
nje na Maka ante na lloailona i ho-
.tkakaia mahopo aku m i, no lakou ia
ivniwal, ac na poe iipau e lioohaua
ana a kuai ana paha i na oinole i
niakaia pela, e hoopii ia no e like me
nohi 1. ITnailonn i piihiia ma ka
nouo o ka omo'e, penei: Maui Soda
Helu 2. Iloailona i imhita uiaialo
ii L-:i mnnli'. lienel. W.
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Helu o. IJoaiiona l uai aKanaia i
ma ka aiao c, na otnole wai tninerala. j
i i' '-Maui Soda orks. a l ku-
nii. i no hoi ma ke poo o tta omele 'la,
Ma.ii Soda Works.
R. A. WADS WOK I'll,
Luna Nui, Maui Son a A- P-i- Woikv
Kahului, Maei. T IT. Mei 21, 1!H)7.
Mei 25, lin e 1.
a.m : ......! ,,t n,.i ,,-,,,-,1 ti n is nil that is f
J III MUCH, I V'l lll.'i II I l.'l HUH -v'im ' Jf-
'etsk necoss'ii'V, we'll to the rest.
O W carry all the st:ulo ffrooories, as well ns the
fancy. Pry Goods, (lout's ruriiishin,', llardwaro, g.
Hay and (i ram.
W Wi. oen bno.biM llii-ls; for 1 hi S('l lit 1 1 L'OOlls.
8 WAILUKU CASH STORE.
J sa. h nk A jrf
qq& ea-e mtrnvvf nw
"IS WHAT TKS.LS" iTx.
i A st vie argllM.er.t e. n!,-. vmH, l;.CC3Wa
a i-ie-lit .riee and s; !'!' wea-ing Sy'ij fk v- ii1
m dualities a nt,.. h ! i -v-v .v,,m n, t -iVysWV
i hru t .. . T
jfl Oar S:.4 Se.lPC-a Pie f: il l',.,iil' I - NMif-jfia
U bred in sllr. I'n 'mi v, , ai . T
'A I'KICE IS RHiilT.
Note the fine ttppciirttncc of tliis
PRICU $i.OO, with ioc iitv IV'jiil.
Spvcinl uttention yivcn to IsljinJ ortlePH.
1 MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Lid.
M 1051 FORT STREET,
you triOU-?,nt Vu cou Sct better goods, better service, better prices by changing jj
if " grocers, would you get a divorce? -From the other grocer $j
'$ A W give us a trial order. We would be "De-lighted" to convince you that wc
N il"AS are headquarter
its for ''best things" at a saving in price "worth while".
H Our Groceries present a clear,
fresh, appetising appearance. If
3 you want things at reasonable
cost come to us and let us sat-
1 isfy you.
In i-ursuanre of the pi ovisitms ot
Act 101, Session Laws nt l!h7, I'n
titled: An Aet In rniteet, the Oar
ers i'f Lotties and Siphons Useu in
the Muniifuelure. and Sale of Soda
Waters, Mineral or Aerated Watt i s,
Porter, Ale, LVer, CiJc r, Ginger Ale
or Oilier Ueverayes, which was ap
proved and became, lov on April
25ih, 11)07, the Maui Soda & lee
Works Co. Ltd., hereby gives public
r.otiee that it has tiled a description
of saiJ devices with tho Treasurer pf
the Territory of Hawaii and that all
bottles haii.fe iinprcsMed upon them
the inarlis or devices hereinafter
deticribed are its properly, that all
person dealing in bottles so marked
will be prosecuted in accordance
J To Arrive per Str. Claudine:
California and Eastern Oysters in tins,
Oranges and Apples,
Swiss, California Cream, "Edam, Pine
apple, Limburger, McClaren's, Roque
fort, German Breakfast, Sierra, Brio
Triine Rose Hams and Bacon,
Coverlet wurst, Holland Herring,
Mackerel, German Dill Pickles, etc.
3 The Pioneer Store
Jimc Stable ""ZKciliu lui Slailroad Company
WAILUKU PA1A DIVISION
Kihei trains Tuesday only and carry freight onjy.
KLoHului Railroad Company
ALEXANDER & RALDW1N, Ltd. ;-ALEXANDEH & DALDWIN, Lino of Sailing Vessels Uet.w
Sau rraucisco ana fie Hawaiian isiauus; AJituaAfl-iiAWAllAX STEAMSHIP CO,
Mr. and Wis. jonu r... iujiui.