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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1907
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Finn. A W. KcpolUal. Circuit ludgo, WnlluKU
Edmund (I. Hart. Clerk Circuit Court. Wniluku
Judge V. A. McKny Dlst. MiiKlstratc, Wulluku
" J. Kucnrrt " ' I.ahnlna
" Cha. Copp, " " Mnkawuo
" Knnuliau, " " Ilonuaula
" J. Kalnmn, " 1 Hana
" Pllmanu, " " Klpnhulu
" C. C. Conrnilt " " Moloknl
' Knhnohalahala, " ' Lanal
W. T. Itolilnson. Tax A-,m;Rsor Watluku
J. N. K. Koola, Deputy Assessor Wallukn
A. F. Tavares Hala
G. Dunn, " " Lnhnlna
M. H. Router. " " llnnn
Wm. IlonnlnR, Supervisor, Chairman Lahnina
S. E. Kalue,
T. M. Church,
W. P. Ilaln,
T. T. Meyers,
D. H. Caso,
W. F. Crockett,
L. M. HaUlwIn,
W. F. Kaac,
IX'puty aiunty Attorney.
Sheriff's Clerk Wailuku
C. Lain, Deputy HherllT
C. R. Lindsay, " "
Eilttar Morton, " "
F. Wittrock, " "
Pala Nakl, "
H an a
Tho work on the completion of the
Wailuku Jail ant Fire Station was
begun Monday by contractor H. De
The third annivcrsity of their mar
riage was celebrated by Mr. and Mrs.
J. Gaicia Sunday evening. A large
number of their friends were preset
and a pleasant evening was enjoyed.
The gtnding for the macadamizing
of the road between Kahuiul and
Wailuku is progressing. The spread'
ing of the crushed rocks was begun
Tuesday and a first class job is being
done. It is the intention to make
this one of the best loads on Maui.
It is rumored that George Copp
and John Wilson are applicants for
the position of County Superin
tendent of roads.
A very enjoyable picnic was given
to the Chinese Sunday School of Wai
luku by Miss Charlotte F.Turner and
Rev. S. W. Thwing last week on
Monday near the Spreckelsville re
servor. A large crowd of children
spent the day in various games and
The Maui Shiubun, the Japanese
news paper Is the oldest and best for
advertising purposes among the Jap
anese. N. K. OTSUKA,
tf. Editor and manager.
Deputy-Jailor Geo. Ma j well de
parted last night on the Mauna Loa
to Honolulu, whether he couducted
an insatie Japanese for commitment
iu the asylum.
About the middle of the week Dr.
Geo. S: Aiken will attend to his pro
fessional engagements in Kahului and
remain for a few days only. His
office will be in the Custom House up
Captain Parker of the dredger Re
clamation spends h'i3 evenings at the
Maui Hotel with his family who have
' recently come to Maui from Honolulu.
! Philip Coke, the ten year old son
of Attorney James L. Coke came
down on the Alameda on a visit tt
his father who met him in Ionolulu.
He has been buisy since arriving in
Wailuku renewing old acquaintances
whom he knew before he left Wailuku
some five years ago.
Mr. Lewis came down from Cali
fornia on the Alameda on a visit to
bis daughter Mrs. Deas of liana. He
was accompanied by h's daughtei
Miss Irene Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Carley of Paia
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Wadsworth of Wailuku.
E. M. Keeuey has decided to re
turn to his old home in California.
He had been in the employ of the
Maui Soda and Ico Works for about
eight years and has thoroughly mast
ered the art and is one of the most
efficient workmen in this lins on the
Captain Johnson of the Salvation
Array went to Houolulu Friday for
operation for appendicitic. He was
considered to be in a critical condition
and an operation was imperative.
D. II. Davis went to Hana Satur
day on bufiuess connected with the
Maui Wine and Liquor Company.
Inspector James Kirkland went to
Kipahulu Saturday to make a teport
on an application from there for a
l'hilop Coko went to Ulupalakua
Tuesday where he will stay with
and Mrs. J. II. Raymond.
J. L, Osmer has resigned as hea'
water luna for the Wailuku Sugar
Co. and will follow his trade as a
D. 15. Murdock visited the lao
Valley Saturday: He is much pleas
ed with the trip as it is an f asy one
and a complete change of climate
and scenery and can be reached in n
few ininu'.es from Wailuku by carri
age, He makes the suggestion that
a platform should be built of considor
able elevation on the table lands in
order to get a bptter view of the
wonderful scenery there.
Auditor Robertson of C. Rrewcr
and Company is .n Wailuku auditing
the books of the Wailuku Sugar Com
Hon. II. P. Baldwin was a return
ing passenger from Honolulu Tues
T. R. Robinson is at the Maui
John W. Farneil of Honolulu came
up on the steamer Tuesday. He is
registered at the Maui Hotel.
B. Waggoner of II. IIackfeld& Co.
is on Maui this week in the interest
of his firm.
Miss Grace Colbi rn, who has been
visiting Mrs. W. J. Moody of Kahulti
returned to her home in Honolulu
E. M. Keeney went to Honolulu
th's week to aiUend the wedding of
Miss .Vlurraj 'o W. Lougher. The
wedding was to have taken place on
the 23th instant.
Mrs. Judd, moiher of Dr Judd re
turned home from Maui this week.
Bon William of Puunene made a fly
ng trip to the metropolis this week.
James T. Taylor, the civil engineer
returned home this week. He has
had charge of certain town site work
n Kahului for some weeks during the
illness of his brother.
W. II. Crawford returned to Hono
lulu this week. He has been on Maui
for some time.
ITenrv De Fries, the contractor
wio has the contract to complete the
Wai'uku Jail and Fire station was a
passenger to Honolulu this week.
Rev. Kekipi, Rev. J. II. Hana,
Rev. M. K. Kaneakala., Rev. Paul
Neumann Huhe and others of the
Hoomana naauao (wise religion) left
this week for Honolulu to attend a
Distinguished Japanese Coming,
Another party of distinguished
Japanese will bo in Honolulu next
month, occording to the present pro
gramAdmiral Baron Yamamoto,
who was minister of the navy for Jap
an during the recent war; General
Baron Nishi of the Japanese army,
holding the rank of inspector general
of the military education; Col. Mat
suishi, chief of staff for General Oku,
commander in-ch'et of the Japanese
army; Capt. Takarabe of the Japan
ese navy, and son-in law or Admiral
Yamamoto, and Captains Kato and
Ukada, secretaries, who accompan
ied Priuce Fushimi to England.
Admiral Baron Yamamoto was
minister of the navy for several
years until the composition of the
present oaionii Ministry, tie is one
of the genro, or elder statesmen,
enjoying the confidence of the Meka-
do, and is believed to be one of the
coming premiers of Japan. His know
ledge of naval affairs was learned in
British and German warships. He
is a memoer oi the supreme war
council and had much to do with the
planning of naval actions during the
recent war. He speaks English per
fectly and is a thorough student of
English literature and affairs. Like
Admiral Togo and other of Japan's
most famous fighting men, he is a
member of the Satsuroa clan and of
Samurai forbears. In 1884 at the
time of the attack on the Japanese
legation at Seoul, the first event of
the series which brought on war with
China ten years later, he commanded
the cruiser Takawo. Subsequently
he commanded the Naniwa, giving
place to Admiral, then Captain,
Togo on that vessel shortly before
Togo fired the first shot of theChino-
Japanese war, when the Naniwa suuk
the transport Kjwshing.
General Baron Nishi is inspector
general of mi'itary education and is
a Satsuma Samurai. During the
China-Japau war he commanded the
second brigade of Tokio iu the cap
'ture of Port Arthur and atothei en-
gagements of the war. At its close
he was created a baron. Like many
Japanese officers he is a poet, writ
ing largely in both the classical
Chinese style and the popular ballad
of the day. T1 is songs nf the Clnno
.Tupanesp. war were largely circulat
ed. During tho Russo Japanese war
hp had command of the second divi
sion of the First army under General
Kuroki and took part in tho Yalu
and subsequent battles. It was
at Yangtseling, when General Keller
was kilbd, that he won most admira
tion, his work in that battle calling
for a much desired kanjo, or iinppri.il
rescript of commendation. Ho was
then lieutenant-general, but towards
the close of trie war was promoted to
the rank of genera), and at the close
or the campaign became commander
of the Linotung garrison. When the
war honors were recently distribut
ed General Nishi received the first
order of the Golden Kite and Grand
Gordon of the Rising Sun.
Col. Matsuishi is an infantry officer,
and is considered among tho rising
military officers of Mippon. He, with
Capt. Jaro Utsonomiya, was the first
of the Japanese officers to pay a visit
to British troops, going on a tour of
army posts in India. He is a depart
mental chief of tho general stall of
General Oku, who replaced Baron
Kcdama as head of the Japanese
army. Until the middle oi the lies
so-Japanese war he servpd as assis
tant chief of General Kuroki's staff.
Captain Takarabe is a navul officer
who served in the naval department
it Tukio during the war, being one
f '.lie cc nsori appointed to overlook
correspondents' telegrams regarding
.aval affairs. He is a son in law of
Baron Yamauioto. Capt. Takarabe
ms been a member of the reception
committee on most occasions when
visiting dignitaries have gone to
Capt. Kaio is secretary to the
Baron Yamamoto and Capt. Ukada,
who is also a secretary, is an ad
jutant to the war minister for Japan.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT TERRITORY
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Ejtato of
FRED SCHOLTZ, late of Wailuku,
deceased, before Judge A. N. KE-
Order of Notice of Petition for
Allowance of Final Accounts and
Discharge in this Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and Accounts of J. N. K. Keola, Ad
ministrator de bonis non of the Estate
of Fred Scholtz, '.ate of Wailuku, Maui,
deceased, wherein he asks to be allow
ed f 10G0.37 and he charges himself
with 11013.91, and asks that the same
may be examined and approved, .and
that a final order may be made of
Distribution of the property remain
ing in his hands to the persons there
to entitled, and discharging him and
his sureties froa all further respon
sibility as such Administrator.
It is Ordered that Monday, the
2nd day of September, A. D. 1907,
at 10 o'clock A. M. before the Judge
of sa'd Court at the Court Room of
the said Court at Wailuku, Island of
Maui, be and tho same hereby is
appointed as the time and place for
hearing said Petition and Accounts.
and that all pel sons interested may
then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may pre
sent evidence as to who are entitled
to the said property. And that notice
of this Order, in tho English language
be published in the "Maui News," a
weekly newspaper printed and pub
lished in Wailuku, Maui, for three sue
cessive weeks, the last pub'icatiou to
be not less than two weeks previous
to the time therein appointed for said
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 22nd
day of July, 1907.
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Edmund H. Haut,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
July 27, Aug. 3, 10, 17.
SITUATION WANTliD. ,
Japanese couple desires position as
Nurses in hospital or private familj
Man understands running of automo
biles. Address Y. this office.
July 27, Aug, 3, 10, 17,24, 31.
Our inventory time is approaching.
To reduce the enormous stocks we
are carry ing our sales will com
mence next week.
Now is the time
to buy shoes for fut
ure use. Every pair
Try them on in our
and see that you have a good pair THAT FIT.
If you can't come, phone or write your orders.
. . .
DRY GOODS DEPT.
Hundreds of small pieces of dress goods.
Odds and ends of 0Arcry description
at bargain prices.
The Bi& Store with the Little Prices.
A discount of 10 per cent, will be allowed on
every sale of Shoes next week. This includes
every shoe in our store, and you may have your
comfortable shoe room,
Select those you
want and deduct 10
per cent, from the