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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1907
The Maui Sliiulun, the Japanese
news paper in H e oldest and best for
advertising purposes among the Jap
anese. N. K. OTSUKA,
tf. Advertising Agent.
The Queen bridging hr use of Wni
luku has now rooms,' new furniture,
clean h"d, 50 cnts per nit'ht.
A. Do Rogo, Proprietni ,
Mr. U lanaka, who had mnnv
years experience in the leading photo
studios of Japan has opened the I.io
Photograph Gallery near the Skating
Kink, Wailuku. t. f.
Mr. E. A. Dumi, formerally Time
keeper of l'uunene, lias accepted the
position of Stenoirahper and Type
writer it Ewa Plantation Co.
The Manufactures Shoe Co is the
place to buy your shoe.
It is reported that, the cane on Ew a
plantation never looked so well before
and that grinding will commotio
,obout tho middle of December.
It is stated thai High Sheriff
Henry will not reinstate Jailor Lowell
of Lihue, notwithstanding Lovell's
acquittal of the charge of manslaujjh t
er for causing the death of a Jap
anese prisoner by kicking him in the
The American ship Emily Whitney,
Captain W. G. Goodman, is in port
with 900,000 feet lumbdr for the Ka
uuiui iwmroau company, titie is Zi
days out from Columbia river.
The A.-H. S. S. Arizonan, Captain
Tapley, left Kahului breakwater
Tuesday with 50,001) luis ot sugar oi
annul d.iiiHi tn-, nr hallna Cruz via
Hilo. She tool; on Uard at the latter
port about 1,000 tons of sugiir;
The work on t'i Court, house is be
ing rushed and s;rod .vir k is beine-
The Women's Aid Society of the
Union Church will meet with Mrs
R. B. Dodge on Tuesday afternoon
Nov. 26 tb at 3 p. m.
A concrete side walk is being laid
on Market street from the corner of
Main street to the settlement house.
The funds for tly construction of the
work were given by ?ranlt Athe.-ton
of Honolulu and is a present to the
settlement from him. Cyrus T. Green
is the contractor.
For your Thanksgiving Dinner read
over this list of good things: Ncne
such Mince Meat in packages, Heinz
Mince Meat In jars, Tea Garden Mince
Meat in jars, Anderson s Cranberry
Sauce in tins, Tea Garden Cranberry
Sauce in bottles, Gordon & Dill
worth's Cranberry Sauce in jars,
Gordon & Dillworth's Plum Pudding
in 1, 2 and 3 lb. tins, Boston Brown
Bread a'r.d Pumpernickle in tins,
Boiled Cider, Grape Juice.Lime Juice,
Walnuts, Almond, Hazel, Peacan,
I-azil and Pine Nuts, Seeded Raisins
and Cirrants, L; L. Raisins in 5 lb.
, boxes, Prunes, Dried Apples, Figs in
1 lb. package, Fresh Lemons,
. Apples and Oranges, Biscuits, as
sorted in 2 and 5 lb. tins, Vanilla,
Lemon, Nabisco Wafers, etc.
Ice house goods to arrive per
steamer Oaudine: Celery, Cauli
flower, Eastern Oysters, Chestnuts,
A. ENOS, The Pioneer Store.
W, G. Scott of Paia made U'ailuku
a visit Tuesday.
Auditor Fisher returned to Hono
W. H, Rogers returned to Wailu
ku Tuesday. He was called to Hono
lulu as a witness in an illicit liquor
selling case at Puunene.
Dr. J., JJ. Raymond has brought
suit against Ah Ping for $503.87, for
cattle delivered at Labaina. Ah
You and Lahaina National Hank are
summoned as garnishees. A. G. M
Robertson la attorney for plaintiff.
D. L. Meyer went to Honolulu Fri
day on business connected with the
Maui Wim and Liquor Co. While in
town he' will' take in the baseball
games. . - '
Judge-' A. N. Kepoikai who is ill
with thq typhoid fever is very much
A. Euos will take in the baseball
games ip the metropolis.
Mrs. W, Searby is slowly improv
iug at the Puunene Hospital.
Mrs. Timmons returned to Ilono'u
lu Wednesday. She has been a guest
of Mrs. V. Lougher for some weeks.
James Koid of the Pain Store was
a passenger to Honolulu this week.
Ho expects to see the- ball game
A. E. D iuglas returned to Honolu
lu by tho Claudino. He is a mer
chandise broker and was on this is
land for the purpose of extending his
business with the residents of Maui.
E. U. Cai ley was one ol thermal, y
passengers to the met rouolis this
week for the puip s of seeing the
C. Hansen of Punnem- wi-ut to Ho
nolulu this week on a two weeks
Miss Gladys Sabov was a nasscn 'er
to Honolulu this week.
George Steele went to Honolulu
this week by the Claudine to take in
the games of base ball between the
Stars of San Francisco and the All-
Mr. and Mrs W. J. Moodv went to
the metropolis this week and expect
to remain there a week.
returned to Honolulu
F. A. May field, the proprietor of
the Maui Hotel returned from Ilono
lulu this week where hp has been nn
duty as a juror before the Federal
Court for the past month. He has
been excused from further dot v.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Henderson
eut to Honolulu tins week to take
in the ball games and soond a vaca
tion in the city.
Police officer W. 11. Rogers and
family went to Honolulu this week
here Mr. Rogers is a witness before
the Federal Court.
Miss Ella Groves went to Honolulu
his week with Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Archibald M. Turner, formerly in
the employ of U13 Oahu Railway &
Land Co., died at L-eahi Home nt six
'clock Sunday morning." Tho fun?ral
was held from Masonic Temple at
three o'clock Monday afternoon,
Notice is hereby givtn llia-t pur
suant to the authority in me vested
by law I have this day cancelled and
evoked the commissions held by N.
Lemon and R. O. llogj as No
taries PuLlic in the Second Judicial
Circuit of the Territory of Hawaii,
and their record bunks are ordered
to be filed at the Ollice of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, Second Judicial
Circuit at Wuiluku, Mat.i.
Dated at Honolulu tnis 2-tlh dav of
October, A. D. 11107.
C. R. HEM EX WAY,
Attorney General of Hawaii.
Nov. 2, 0, 1G, 23.
Notice is hereby divpii that in v wife
Mary E. Muruhv. having left, inv hert
and board without cause or nrovoca
lion. I will not be resijonsililo for
any debts contracted by her.
Dated at Kahului. Maui. T. rritorv
of Hawaii this !Hh day of November
A. D. 1007.
ROBERT J. MURPHY.
Nov, 1C, 23, 30, Dec 7, 14
NOTICE OF OPKXING SKTTLE-
M K NT O K CERTAIN 1,0 TS O ! AG R I
CULTURAL-PASTORAL LAND AT
Notice ii hereby given that at ten
o'clock A. M., Saturduv December 21.
1907, there will be sold at auction, under
the Provisions of Part 7, (Freehold Agree
ments) Land Act 1S95, (Section 313, Re
vised Laws), at the Ollice of Sub-Ai;eiit
Aiken, Kahului, Maui, the followinii lots
of public lands at Kamiluloa, Molokai,
provided that applications at appraised
value, are filed for said lots prior to hour
Area Appraised Value
2i. Acres $300.00
20. i ' 203.00
2". " 200.00
20.20 " 202.00
Applications will be received for these
lots at ail after nine o'clock A. M.,
Saturday, November 30, 1907, at Ollice of
Sub-Agent, Kahului, Maui.
Plans of the lots and full particulars as
to necc.-u.ary qualifications of applicants,
method of applying, etc., inav he obtain
ed at the Commission of public Lands,
Judiciary IIiuMiiig, Honolulu, or at the
Ollice of the Sub-.Ygeiit, Kahului, Maui.
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands,
Honolulu, Oahu, T. II ,
November 15, A. D. 1907.
Nov. 23, 30, Dec. 7, 14.
NOTICE Or FOr.ECLOSL'Ki;
In accordance v.i'h thi? pro'visi.ms
of a Certain mm-l tvi t-. mirl i,,-
Ad' ian M. Keohe, Mortgagor, of Ho-
nolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii. t
tlie oueg Men's Saving-: Society,
Limited, a corporation doing business
nt Wailuku, Maui, Mortga
the 1st day of November. A. I). VMU-.
a d appearing r.f record :i l,ile
2S5. on pages 405 a ,d 400 o! tl,.- lie
gi.strv of Conveyances at Honolulu.
Notice is hereby givi n that sail
Young Men's Savings Society, 1 i nit
etl, Mortgage.) a-i n.'orosaid, iatend.
to foreclose sai-1 Mn-gage for cond'
tions hroken, to wi': the noon pay
m.'tit of prineii al and iiuere.st whe..
Notice is likewise given that afte
I be expiration of t!,ree consecutiv
weeks from the date of the publ'cj.
tion of-this licit ice. S-iid Mnrtun irpi.
intends to, and u'll foreclose tb-
same, and will advertise for s'ii'le h .
property covered and cmiveyoi
therein, an 1 will 11 the same i.
public auction, at the front door oi
the Law Ollice of J MES L. COKE
on .Main Mre.-t in the town of Wailu
ku, Omnty of Maui, Territory of Ha
waii, on Friday the 27th day of De
cember A. D 1007, at 12 o'clock
noon, of said day.
The fallowing is the description or
All that cei tain niece, parcel oi
lot of land situated and being in Wai
luku proper, Island and County o
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, being des
cribed us Apana 2 of Royal Paten;
71S4, L. C. A. 17.W to Kauna, con
taining an area of 1 and 2 10 Acre
of land, more or less, ant! being all o
the same premises conveyed to thi
said Mortgagor by deed or A. II. K
Keohokalole nrd oioei-j iln,i .!,..
31st day of Augu.-t, 10,)G, and ap
peaMng of record i i Lioer 2SC o:.
pages 153, 154 and 155 of the R-.-is
try of Conveyances at Honolulu.
rot further raMieuhirs amily t,
James L. Coke, a'to-nev for tni,:
Young Men's Savinvs Society. j,imit
ed, at his ollice at Wailuku, Maui.
Dated this 23rd clay of Novetnbe
A. D. 1007.
Yt uso Men's Savi.no Socir.Tv Ltd
Nov. 23 30. Dec. 7, 14.
MOOLAH A IIOO:0 MOKAKl.
I kulike ai me na hoakalca o kekal.i
moraki i hanaia e Adrian M. Keoho,
mea Moraki, o Honolulu, Oahu, Teri
tor o Hawaii, i Young Mtu's Sav
ings Society. Limited, he bn! i l,o
huiia e noho hana ai a n.a Wailuku,
Maui, mea paa moraki, i hanaia r.i;.
ka 1 0 Novemaba, XL. H. lOud, a e
ikeia ua kopcia ma ka Duke 2S.T rn
na aoao 45 ame 4'K!. o ke Kceua Ka
kau Kope ma Honoloiu.
Kehoolalicia akuneieua Young
Men's Savings Society, Limited, i
oleloia, mea paa moraki i oletoia. e
hooko aku ana ia i ua moraki lu no ka
uhaiia o na aelike, oia hoi; ka uku ole
ana i ke kumupaa ame ka tikuuance
i ka manawa e ukuu ai.
A ue hoolaha hou ia aku nei. maho
pe aku o ka hala ana o na pule ekolu
mai ka hoolahaia ana o keia hoolaha,
e hooko aku ana a e pan'ku ia ana ua
moraki 'la, a'e hoolahaia aku no t-n
kuai, ka waiwai i hoopaaia a i hooli
loia tloka claila;- a e kuai kudalaia
aku ana ma ke akea. ma ka nol.-.-
koino o ke Jveena Loio o James L.
Coke, n-.a Alauui Mi.i il.iko o ke Ta
ona o Wailuku, Kalana o Maui, Teri
tori o Hawaii, i ka I'oaliina, ka la 27
o DekciiK.ua, M. H. 1007, iki hora
12 awukea o ua la 'la.
Penei ka hoakaka o ua wpiwai 'la;
O kcla apana aiua apau loa e wai-
ho 'la ma Wailuku nonoi. MoU-nnom
ame Kalana o Maui, Teritori o Ha
waii, i hoakakaia o ka Apana 2 o ku
Palapala Sila Nui 71S4, Kuleana 1750
ia Kaupa, nona ka ili o 1 ame 2-10
Eka, ci aku a emi mai pa' a. a oia no
hoi kahi apau loa i hooliloia i ua mea
moraki la ma ka palanala kuai a A
II. K. Keohokalole ame fcekuki pou e
iho, i ltanaia ma ka la 31 o Au'ate
lOOO, a e ikeia ua konelama k.v lioi.-o
JS0, mu na aoao lo.i. 151 umc 155. o
ke Ket-na Kakau Kopo m. Ilanolclti.
No na mea hou aku e piliana i Keia
e nine u ia Jjmes L Coke, loio o ka
Young Men's Savings Society, Limit
ed, ma l.-ma keena mu Wailuku,
Hanuia ikeia lu 23 o N-ivemaba,
M. II. 1007.
Young. Men's Savings Si-cietv, LtJ.
Mea Paa Mural; l.
Nov. 23, 30. D.-c. 7.11.
Pineapple in Syrup,
Marrons in Syrup, Js '
" Brandy, Is
Cocktail Marrons, Js
Maraschino Cherries, pt.
Maraschino 2 Cherries' Is
Curtice Hro's. Bran.ly Teaches
Frencli Prunes No. 2
(ierniau .Syruj), pt.
Seville (Jueen 01ivesfC-2(J oz.
Curtice Maple Syrup, qts.
Cocktail Olives, llj oz.
S & V Chili Sn'tice, lgc.
S & W Cliili SattL-e, .nil.
Olivesliow, 12 oz.
Morton French Capers, 4 oz.
German Piekeld Cucumber
Olives Farceis in Oil Snil.
" ' Stuffed with celery
White Label Olives,
Virginia Corn Relish (14 oz.)
Manzanilla Olives with Almond
I'etits Pois Extra Fins
Snider Salad Dressing, J pt.
(i & D Plum Pudding, Is
i & D Plum Pudding 2s
Port Calfa Foot Jellyu jar
Bar do Due
ABC Fruit Cakes, sml.
Tin Money Pickle?,
Bishop Spiced Watermelon
us- Toys are on the Nevadan but
we will have them next week.
Open Saturday Evenings
Libby Apple Butter, pt. .35
Curtice Tickled Tears, 3 lb. jar 1.00
Curtice Treperves, 3 lb.
Franco American Curry Js
Franco American Entrees Calf
Royans A la Bordelaise
Tnto do poulet
Russian Caviar, J's
Koyans AJa Vatel
French Sardines,(4 in a Block) 1.00
Tureo do Fois Gras. extra 2.ri
Rothkohl Mit Wurst .50
Brownkohl Mit Pinkel .50
Tharmmid Tripe, French, lge. .50
Pharmond Tripe, French, sml. .25
Victoria Navy Sardines stukd. .25
German Yellow Turnips, .50
French Artichockes .25
C it B Mushroom Catsup, lge. .40
C it B Walnuts Catsup, J pt. .40
Vidona Fish .35
Morton Cod Roe .20
Anchovies in Tube, sml. .15
Small Sausage Roasted, Ger
man Js .50
Small Sausage Roasted, Ger
man lge. .'(0
Celery in tins .75
Asstd. Gorman Cheese in tins .50
(Gorgonzola, Veget, Romatour,
(Canit-mbert, Brie, Double cremc.)
Essence of Chicken Bread .(!5
Assted. Bon lions ,35 to 1.50 Box