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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1907
A fond and a tonic Is Primo Beer.
It has brought health and strength
(and happiness) to hundreds of per
sons. Of the greatest vintage since 1881,
Moet and Cliundon, White Seal
Champagne of the vintage of litOO.
II. Hac.kfeld & Co., Tjfd., agents.
Miss Laura Wells entertained a
number of her friends at cards at
her horao Tuesday. A very pleasai:t
afternoon was enjoyed.
The Congressional Party who visit
ed Maui last week enjoyed a pleasant
stay while here. The trio up lao
valley was a success in every way
while the trip up Ilnleakala was
The change in time announced in
another column of train No. 7, has
been found necessary and will be
found advantageous in many ways
Especially so will this be the case to
the Wailuku people as it gives
another hour to get their orders
Mr. L. li. Crook, formerly a resi
dent of Wailuku, is preparing to
open a splendid photo supply and art
company in Honolulu. An excellent
location for the business has been ob
tained on Fort street just below King
and carpenters have been at work
for the past few weeks transforming
the store into an artistic rendezvous
for photo and art lovers.
The tiame of the new concern will
be the Hawaii Photo and Art Co:
and it will carry a complete line of
kodaks, cameras, plates, films, ar
tists' supplies, etc. A specialty will
be madeof developing and printing
for amateurs and island orders will
be given particular attention.
Mr. Crook has had several years
experience in the photo supply busi
ness in Honolulu and will undoubted
make a big success of his undertak
itig us he Is immensely popular.
Ex Mayor.Schmitzof San Francisco
announces ho will be a candidate for
re-election in case he gets out of
jail. This is the best reason yet ad
vanced for giving him nine hundred
and ninety-nine years in San Quentin.
The Promotion Committee is about
to have a booklet issued as a souvenir
ol the trip of the Congressional party.
R. O. Matheson of the Advertiser is
writing the work and asks for pis
tures of interest, Including thoso of
the lao valley trip, Haleakala trip,
Fishery trip and barge trip in Kahu
lui. Send them in early as the work
will soon be out.
Willie Lucas of Honolulu was one
of the Oahu residents to spend the
Fourth of July on Maui at the races
T A. Hurmingham, of E. O. Hall
A Son is on Maui this week in the in
terest of his firm.
A Japanese was accidentally killed
while working on the Dredger Re
clamation last Saturdny. He wps
struck in the head by a crank.
L. A. Perry, of the firr.i of T. II.
Davies & Co. arrived in Wailuku
Friday night and will spend a t' roe
weeks vacation with Mr. A. Enos.
Mr. Onderdonk left Maui perma
nently last week, lie has been in
the employ of the Kahului Store lor
J. M. Ambrose if Camp Five store
han resigned his position and has as
sumed the management of tie Wii
luku Cah Store ecent'y purchi so.l
by the Maui Dry Goods and Grocery
Company. Mr Ambrose ha had
yours of experience in the ifoi-prnl
merchandise business and will doubt
less make a success of the business.
Mrs. D. H. Case is ill in the Malu
De Fiies. the contractor ha the
contract for completing the Wailuku
Jail and Fire Station.
Mrs. V. L. Boeck of Puunene
in Wailuku Tuesday.
Miss Emma Peplowski has return
ed home from the Normal School
where she graduated recently with
credit to herself. Miss Peplowski
is a Wailuku girl and the oldest
daughter of Robert Peplowski the
head overseer of the Wailuku Sugar
Miss Hocking of Paia was in Wai
luku Tuesday as the guest of Miss
J. L. Osmer wf nt to Hilo Tuesday
to bring Mrs. Osmer home. Mrs.
Osmer has been away several weeks
with her sister Mrs. Helbush of Ha
Mrs. Kate L. McKay and Mrs.
Ella L. Austin are away on the coast
where they will spend the summer
vacation with relatives of Judge
Dau Conway the popular salesman
of T. II . Davies & Co. is ou Maui this
Billv Green arrived on Maui in ths
interest of M. Phillips & Co. Satur
day and is interviewing the mer
True Farmer, arrested in Honolu
lu last week on a wireless from the
County Sheriff here was brought
hack bv officer George Maxwell and
tried before District Magistrate
' McKay Monday on a charge of gross
cheat. He was found guilty and
lined twenty dollars.
Joe Leal, a member of the police
form of Oahu CountV Clime up
Maui Saturday for a two weeks vuca
.Tprrv Burmiucham. one of the
hpkt known nursers in the Territor
has resigned his position with the
Inter-Island Steamship Company
and entered the employ of the Ainer
rnn-TIawaiian Steam Ship -o,
nnrspr on the Texan. On Wcdnes
day he and Captaiu Hall went up lao
valley to view the wonderful beauty
of this far famed valley.
NOTICE CONCERNING POUNDS
AND POUND MASTERS FOR
THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
The following named places and
enclosures in each of the Districts of
the County of Maui are hereby estab'
lished as poinds for Impounding
District of Wailuku: The County
Stable Yard situated in Wailuku
south of the County Building and
fronting on Rogers Lane.
Pound Master, Frank Summerfeld.
District of Lahaina: The County
Stable Yard situated in Lahair.a in
the rear of the English Church, and
fronting on the street leading to the
Pound Master, C. A. Buchanan.
District of Makawao: The County
Stable Yard situated at Paia on the
Paia-Makawao road near the resi
dence of S. Hocking.
Pound Master, David Morton.
District of liana: Situated atKa-
aihapapa in liana near the resi
dence of Frank Witlroek, Deputy
Pound Master, M. Naeole.
Board of Supervisors within and
for the County of Maui.
By WILLIAM HENNING.
W. F. Kaae,
Wailuku, Maui, June 27. 1907.
June 29. July 6, 13.
S- 57-V W., 1.43 Chains along Kuaka
mnuna; S. 43 VV I. os Chains along Kuaka
niautia; containing an area of I Chain,
I in. sold to James Matthews by deed
of Ktkuanaoa and wife Kaahuinanu,
dated September 27; 1859, and recorded
in Liber 22, page 210.
3. All that portion of the Ahupuaa
of Uhao, bounded and described as
Lot No. 1. Beginning at the North
corner by Government Road and
S. W., 4.19 Chains along N. siile
of Thnoteo Road adoining Lot 4, Aki;
S. 450 W., 6.27 Chains along N. side
of Timoteo Road;
S. 40. i K., 1 .24 Chains along Aki:
53- 0 K., 2.31 Chains along L'bao
N 3S W.,
N. 42 K..
0.27 Chains along James
3.04 Chains along James
N. 39. K., 3.20 Chains along James
M- 31. J j 2 K., 2.t t Chains
N.46 . 0.60 Chains along Govern
ment Road to place of beginning.
Also Lot 3: Beginning at the
South West corner and running:
S. 84 0 K., 0.44 Chains along Aki;
N. 40 E., 4.22 Chains along Aki;
N. 68 5 W.. 0.16 Chains along Aki;
N. t).'z K., 1.70 Chains along Aki;
N. 36. Yt 0 W., 1.09 Chains along Aki;
33- 'A W., 1.76 Chains along Aki;
S. 51 0 R.. 0.78 Chains along Aki;
S. 3 0 W. 4.77 Chains along Aki to
place of beginning, conveyed to James
Matthews by deed of F. S. Pratt and
Elizabeth Pratt, dated October 2S, 1S65,
being a portion of L. C. A. 4SII to La
anui, recorded in Liber 22, page all.
4. Share of Kaio in Hui Land of
Mailt pai, Kaanapali, Maui being
part of R. P. ltiG3, conveyed to paid
James Matthews by Kaio, by deed
dated May 4, 1861.
Excepting and Reserving,howe ver,
nil those pieces or parcels of land sold
y S. E. Bishop, Administrator of 'he
Instate of James Matthews, under
rder of the Court, which are as
1. That portion of land situate at
Uhao, Lahaina, to wit: '
Commencing at the South corner
f said land, and running:
N. 39 V, 1. Chain along Kekua-
N. 45 E.. 1.81 Chains alonu Gov
N. 37 0 E., 1 30 Chains along James
S. 54 ',i 0 W., 1.7S Chains alone Kuaka-
uiauna to place of commencement, con
taining an area of 21-100 of an Acre,
conveyed to the Board of Education by
deed dated May I, 1867, and recorded
in Liber 23, page 374.
2. That portion of land situate at
Uhao, Lahaina, to wit:
Commencing at a stake on the
Government Road at the junction of
this and Matthews, and runnkisr ina
ai along South 'side of the Govern
Commissioner's Notice o? Snle
of Real Estate.
Situate in the District of Lahaina,
Island and County of Maui, Territory
Pursuant to an Order made by the
Honorable A. N. Kepoikai Judge of
the Circuit Court of the Second Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii, on the 19th
day of June, A. D. 1907, in a,n action
entitled, "S. IT. Lukua et al v. Mary
Keahiena et al," (Suit in Partition,
Equ.ty Division No. 3(1,) the under
signed, as Commissioner, will sell at
Public Auction to the highest and
best b'dder, subject to confirmation
if the Ccurt.
On Saturday, the 27th day of July,
A. D. 1907, at 12 o'clock noon of said
day, at the front entrance of the
Court House, at Lahaina, District of
Lahaina aforesaid, all and singular
the following described Real Estate,
1. All that certain land situate in
the town of Liahaina, described as
Beginning at a post on tl e boun
dary betweeu Uhao and Aki at the
South East corner of a kaio patch
belonging to Kekuanaoa.and running
N. 3S. xi 0 W., 0.09 Chains;
S. 0.58 Chains;
N. 40 0 E., 2.00 Chains;
N. 370 K., J.35 Chains;
S. 60 0 K., I.40 Chains;
S. U.'i 0 W., 2.35 Chains;
S. 44. 4 0 W., a. 60 Chains to the place of
commencement, containing an area of
3 Roods and 8 Poles, conveyed to James
Mathews, by deed of L. S. Ua and wife
I'uuiwai, dated March 22, 1851, record
ed in Book I of Deeds, page 292.
2. All that certain portion of lan
situate at Aki, described as follows
N. 300 E., 2.30 Chains aloug J. Mat
S. 63 0 E., 0.92 Chains along Kuaka
This fine Safety Razor complete with blades
all ready for use, only $1.00,
45v- 0 W., 3.32 Chains to adobe wall
and school premises; thence
S. 37-1. 19 Chains along school
N. 55 0 E., 0.97 Chains along Kuaka-
mauna to angle; thence at right angle
to last line to South and EasJ 0.12
N. 52 0 E., 1.39 Chains along Kaio
4i.; K., 0.09 Chains along end of
kaio patches; thence
N. 490 E., 1.37 Chains along stream to
Matthews end; thence klong Matthews
to plaee of commencement, containing
an area of 64-100 of au Acre, more or
less, conveyed to James Campbell and
Henry Turton, doing business under
the name and style of Campbell and
Turton, by deed dated June 8, 1870
and recorded in Liber 30, page 130.
A lot 130 icct by 50 feet of the land
L'scribed as 3 herein,, is leased to
Kiota for a term of 10 years from
September 1, 190G, under the follow
t rom h. i, Uukua, at M. per
From Mele Keahieua, at $30. per
Another lot 175 feet by 75 feet is
leased to Okamuro for a term of 10
years, from September 1, 190(1, at
(50. per anuum.
Said premises are to be sold with
all buildings and improvements there
on, and the appurtenances to the
TERMS OF SALE: Cash iu Unit
ed States Gold Coin. Deeds at the
expense of the purchaser or pur
chaser or purchasers.
For further particulars, apply to
Magoou and Lightfoot, attorneys for
the Plaintiffs, at Honolulu. Oahu, or
to James L. Coke, attorney for th
Defendants, at Wailuku, Maui.
EDMUND II. HART,
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, June, 27
June 29, July G, 13, 20.
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