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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTI1E
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
OF II.Wv AH.
NoTICE or DRAWINd OK GRAND AND
Notice is hereby given that the
drawing of Grand nnd Trial Jurors
to servo and apt as such during the
Octob.-r T.)07 Term of tho Circuit
Court of the Second Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, will take nlapp
in thf Court Room of the said Court,
at Wailuku, Island and County or
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, on Wed-
nevlav, the 4th day of Septpmber'A.
1"). 11)07, at 10 o'clock iu the forenoon
of said day. '
A. N. KEPOIKAT,
.Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit, T. II.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, August
Auk. 17, 24, 31.'
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of
SOLOMON HALE, late of Waihee,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The Undersigned, Edmund II.
Hart, Administrator of the Estate
of Solomon Hale, deceased, hereby
gives notice to all persons bavirg
claims against the Estate of said de
ceased, to present the same to him,
at the Court House, in Wailuku, Maui,
T. H., within six months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, to wit: within six months
from the 10th dcyof August, A. D.
1007, whether such claims be secured
or not, or same will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku, this 9th day of
EDMUND H. HART,
Administrator of the Estate of
Aug. 10, 17, 24, 31, Sept. 7tb.
The Hoard of License Commission
ers for the County of Maul will hold a
meeting at the public room in the
Mason'c Temple, Kahului, on Monday
the 3rd of September 1007 at 2 P. M.
to consider the application of Ah Nin
for a Restaurant License to sell in
toxicating liquors at Waihee, Maui,
in the same premises formaly used
by him for Saloon purposes at said
Waihee under the provisions of Act
110, Session Laws of 1907.
All protests or objections against
the issuance of a license under said
application should be filed with the
Secretary of the Hoard not later
than the time set for said hearing.
August 8th, 1907.
T). C. LINDSAY.
Secretary, Hoard of License Com
missioners. August 3, 10, 17, 24, 31.
Talk is Buncomb
Washington, July 13: A special to
the World says: It is now admitted
by all the officials of the American
Government that the Japanese are
the most wonderful people in the
world. They are not only marvrlous
ly skilful in producing works of art.
they are not only tho gieatest imita
tors known, but they have captured
the plan far making remarkable dis
Two mysterious Japanese spies
have been detected making sketches
of the fortifications at the Washing
ton Navy-Yard, where no fortilica
tions exist. These Japs were ejected
from the yard by he Government
officials and have disappeared abso
lutely, according to a story published
in a local paper here this afternoon.
Now the officials are sorry thev
allowed theso spies to escape and a
search for theiu is being made in the
bores of the great guns, in the prim
ing holes and even in the melt ing pots.
These wonderful little fellows are
cow in great demand by the Govern
ment. If they can be located the
nation will be saved the expense of
fortifying the coasts, as it will be
necessary only to turn them loose
with their imaginations wi'l appear
as if by magic at all our ports.
All the fortifications protecting
Washington arelocated several miles
down the Potomac River, and after
the publication of the story many of
the leading officials visited the navy
yard to sep the great fortifications
there that was discovered by the
Acting Secretary of War Oliver
today directed Mi jnr (iatchell, in
command of Port Roseclans, Cal.,
to report ail the facts regarding tho
arrest of an alleged "J.ipa ese spy"
who was sketching Hie fortifications
which do not c.i-t nt lint place.
Admiral Evan, commanding the
Atlantic Meet. a-: nt the Navy De
partment titday consulting the olli
cials regarding the condition of the
navy yard work on the vessels of his
fleet. He s going to Luke Mohonk
for a week's rest, after which he will
return to the fleet, which will be
assembled ofT the Chesapeake capes
about Aug. 2"). The vessels will en
gage in target proet'ee until Sept. 9.
Admiral Brownson, Chief of the
Bureau of Navigation, in discussing
the charge that some of the battl"
ships of the navy are defective, said
'That there were defects in the
Oregon class and the Krn'uckv and
the Kearsage is well known; in fact,
these defect- were discovered before
the completion of those ships; but tiie
wonder is that I here were so few de
fects considering tha,t Uiov were the
first heavy battle-ships built in this
country. Compared with the Nettle
ships of other nations, designed and
built at the same time, the Oregon
class was conspicuously superior. In
fact, that class was referred to by
the leading Hritish technical papers
at the time as tho 'peerless battle
ship,' and the interior arrangement
and other points were said to be of
sppc.ii 1 excellence. It is true that
their armor was badly placed, but
that arose fx nm the addition to tl;p
ships of a great amount of material
and stores and machinery not in
cluded in the original d"sign. His
also true that they lack balanced tur
rets, but. when they were built there
were no -uch torrents in any navy.
Their eight inch ammunition lubes
also were not sufficiently protected
"As to t'.e criticisms directo.l at
the large size of the ports in the tur
rets, this has been corrected in later
designs by bringing the trunnions of
'he guns nearer to the front of the
turret, so that br.ttleships of biter!
design are free from that defect. As
to gun platforms, the main purpose
of tho ship, the Oregon class has no
superior, and even at this late date
they would give a good aeeo.nt of
themselves m action. In fact, taking
everything into consideration, it is
only surprising that wp built as good
ships at that lime.
'"lam of 1h" opinion that if the
whole situation could be known, ,it
would be seen t'.iat other nations have
had and are still having their trou
bles in their ship-building pro
Fine Moving Pictures.
Orange New York May 18. At
the Orange Camera Club on Satur
day nigrt nearly 200 members and
guests gathered to eujoy a smoker
given iider the auspices of ihe club,
and in every way the en'ci I aininpnt
was thoroughly enjoyed by ' h-e pre
sent. Jol ey iJecl'V, chu:rm in of ".lie
library commit tee, was it, g; ncrn!
charge and acted as tin- h-wt of the
evening, assisted liyui!wr - members',
George II. Seymour, R I vibrisl.i;',
G. P. Swain ivnd E. I. Apga The
feature of the evening was ".S".nes
and Incidents in the Hawaiian Is
lands," which consisted of m iviug
piclurei by R. K. II mine, of th i
city. Mr. Houiiie took the pictures
hiu.self, a r.d as each i no was li ro'vn
upon the screen it v.'. is given .i very
hearty reception. The landing of
the passengers by mc;ns of whale
boats from the vessel to the -hm e
was shown, and an intc esting' cxhi
bit was given of the method of handl
ingshetpat Humuula, one of the
many wool statbns on the famous
Parker lancha vast tract of moun
lainous land, embracing 'JSii.ouO
acres, located on the UUnd of Ha
waii. Other scenes depicted the pro
cess of "nipping" the sheen in a long
sluice (Vied with an antiseptic solu
tion, and the method of herding them
in large droves. Sugar plantation
scene, with its well equipped steam
railroad and the natives cutting and
hauling the cane from the field to the
mill. The last scene -.bowed a steam
train of cribcaVs heavily loaded with
the product er. route from the fields
to the mill, completing a graphic
history of the cant fields. Oilier
pictures were pounding poi, which
when cooked makes a very nuritious
dish; the native canoes ij the surf at
Hilo Baj ; Japanese wrestling, one of
the principal pastimes of the natives:
Pau riders, a relic of the old regime,
with all the decorations.
For wild, natural beauty there is
pprhaps no place throughout tin! Ha
waiian Islands more pid uro-oue or
impressive than the graceful cocoa-
nut palms and the rugged, wave
bo.it (.n lava coast of Laup ilioi hoe.
This is a ni'it excellent scete1, show,
in!! a steamer landing her mail and
passengers in one of the roughest
and most dango'ous surf landings
along the Hawufnn coast.
A very interesting study in the
beauty and power of sen wave-', ae
they roll i,p and pound and break
over the piiJ; lava rucks al Laupa
hochoe, was also shown. The ap
proach to thi- place from the sea is
most charming. The quaint little
village nestled back i.1 the gulch
among graceful plume-topped cocoa
nut trees and tho rough surging surf
below make up a picture never for
gotten. The rest of tho enjoyable program
Selection, Camera Club 'Quartet;
character impersonation, "Dr. Jekyll
and Mr. Hyde." George W. Hoist;
solo, Herbert Forest ; dark-zoom
fakes, Professor Krioger; auction of
pictures. J. A. E. Stewart, auc-tionee-.
The quortet includes If. R.
Terhune, C. R Powelson, A. S.
Young and A. II. Glaister. More
faking, Prosfessor Krioger, baritone
solo, W. A. Rudstad; selection,
Camera Club (Quartet; monologue
and musical Impersonations, P. Wag-'
nor, Jr ; ba solo, C. R. Powelson;
monologue, Mr. Stewart; O. C. C
Doxology, Camera Club Quartet; W.
J. Hawkins at the piano.
The singing of Mr. Rudstad was so
excellent ai to call him before the
audience three times. One of the
features of the evening was tho draw
ing for a view of the Orange Free
Library at night. The lucky num.
her was held by Ernest L. Gould.
Roy Rirg also won a picture in the
Refreshments were served during
the evening and there was plenty of
smoking material on hand to please
Cause for Indignation.
The little fellow Arvid is the son of
our coachman and is so unwelcome, a
caller around Jennie's kitchen that
the other day the girl slammed the
door m his faee. A few minutes after
wards the tiny Swede was heard tell
ing the incident to a. neighbor,
indignantly exclaiming: "Why, she
shut the door right to my looks!"
May Stay Short
Time in Pacific.
The emulation of the pipers on the
Pacific coast over the prospect that
the Atlantic HoH will viil this part
of the world and perhaps remain
there, sas the Army and- Navy
Register, nnv serve 'o remove the
oeca-len of t ho celebration. It is by
no mi 'an certain that- thn ships of
the Atlantic fleet will do more than
vi-.it Hie Pacific c a-t. remain there
a few weeks and come back. There
aro already at work Vi the ea-t the
influences which in th" end are cal
ciliated to ehect this pi impt return
if indeed, tliev do not prevent the
ships for making this trip. In this
connection it must lie remembered
that tho departure of tho ships of
the Atlantic fleet from eastern
waters would deprive somewhat like
15,000 tnen of work which has been
afforded them off and on during the
year. This is a gain for the organized
labor of the Pacific coast, but it is
a corresponding sacrifice to workmen
along the Atlantic seaboard and will
result in a contest which will probably
he decided in the n 1 in favor of tho
return of the ships. It is certain
that there will be a howl when Con
gress meets with specific reference
to the cost of it all
Nearly all the battleships of the
Atlantic Fleel which have been at
I lie navy yards undergoing repairs
and being overhauled in preparation
for the probable trip to the Pacific
ocean have lift the yards. Tho
Connecticut and Alabama left. New
York on August 2 and the depart
ment was advised that the Missouri
would leave Norfolk, the Kansas
would leave League Island, and the
Vermont and Illinois would leave
Roston on August X The only battle
ship which remained on August 3
at a uf.vy yard was the Ohio at
Perm, The Hawaii
an, Roughrider, and
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We have just received a new lino
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That Man Moody?
Have You Seen His New Planing Mill ?
If Not, Why Don't You?
See the Man
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The BfSMARK STABLES
proposes to run the Leaping Livery
Stable Business on MAUI
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