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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1907
The Maui Shinbun, the Japanese
news paper if the. oldest ond best for
advertising purposes among the Jap
anese. N. K. OTSUKA,
tf. Advertising Atfent.
The Queen tiO(linr he use of Wm
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
clean beds, 50 vnts per night.
A. Do Rego, Proprictoi .
Mr. C. Tanaka, who had many
years" experience in the leading photo
studios of Japan has opened the Iao
Photograph Gallery near the Skating
nk, Wailukn. t. f,
A Stubborn bull was being led and
driven through town TuesJ.iy by
three Japs when it bee ame unuiam
ageable and badly gored ahorse that
was being ridden by oi.e of the Japs.
The horn went entirely through the
muscles of the leg. It was a narrow
escape for the ma:-.
Captian Clunie has had a second
Operation for epithelial cancer.
Thanksgiving was observed in a
quiet way lhursda.
The Claudine sailed from Kahului
Tuesday instead of Wednesday on
account of .Thanksgiving.
There will be a Sale at Maunaoiu
Seminary Friday evening, Dec. 13,
consisting of work in Bamboo, L.u
hala, Birdsnest Fern, Needlework,
Cakes, Candies and etc. A musical
program will be given. AJmission
The Koha Vineyard Company has
completed the purchase of nine hun
dred acres of land in "middle" Kona,
where its vineyaid and winery is to
be located. Tile land was purchased
from the A. A. Todd estate for $1,500
and 250 shares of eapiiat stock in the
company. The machinery, engine
and boiler for the establishment have
also been purchased an. I will tw shipi
ped soon. .
The Honolulu Drug Company has
been incorporated. J. F. Childs, F.
M. McCallum, C. H. Rauen, Henry
Bicknell and F. O. Boyer are the in
corporators. The company purchaed
the stock in trade of the business
formerly carried on by R. B. Reedy
and N. C. Finley. The capital slock
is $15,000 and the manager is R. 13.
The wireless telegraph cjmpany is
Improving its system. The Lahaina
station on this island is now ready to
communicate at a distance of four
hundred miles with any vessel that
is equipped with a wireless system.
George X. Weight, the manager of
the Maui Meat Market went to town
this week to take in the base hall
Edwin Hart was a passenger to
Honolulu this weefc.
J. . Maelvenzie and son came
down from the Ulupalakua ranch
Tuesday and went, to Honolulu.
V'illie Bal. the oldest, sou of W. E.
Bal went, to town this week to take
An tone Tavares of the Maui Hotel
eturned from Honolulu Tuesday by
W. Mountcaslle was a returning
passenger from Honolulu this week.
Mrs. Dale, Mrs. Hoick, and Mrs.
antom were in town Tue sday after
NOTICE OF OPENING OF LAND ON
THE ISLAND OF MAUI FOR SET
TLEMENT UNDER HOMESTEAD
LEASES, RIGHT OF PURCHASE
LEASES, AND FREEHOLD AGREEMENTS.
Notice is hereby given that the land
described in the following schedules will
be open for application under Part 6 of
Land Act 1895, Section 286 to 312 in
clusive, Revised Laws of Hawaii for
Homestead Leases, at and after eleven
clock A. M., Saturday, December 21,
1907, at the office of Sub-Agent Aiken,
ihutui, Maui. '
SCHEDULE K AM AOLK HOMKSTKADS.
B. Waggoner of H. Haekjeld & Co.
is on Maui this wrk in the interest
of his firm.
A. Aaiberg. the Auditor of the
First National Bank of Wailuku was
in Wailuku the first of the week.
E. B. Andersen of Waihee has re
turned from a months vacation. II
tpent his vacation at ids old horns
D. A. Christiansen head water
luna of Waihee had a weeks vacation
last week. '
J. H. Bumell of the Ilamakuapoko
store took his second degree at the
Knights of Pythias Hall last Satur
day. There was a large attendance
present to assist iu the work.
Ben L.vons has irotten his fine
blooded dog back. Mr. Keelen saw
the advertisement in the News and
when he saw a Jap with u dog that
answered the descreption made the
Jap give ui) the dog.
Dr. St. Sure has moved his office
into the Kepoikai block ou Market
H. Waggoner finished his canvas of
the business houses in Wailuku and
left Thursday morning.
John Nott is 110 longer in tbt employ
of the Kahului Store. He and his
family left for Honolulu Tuesday.
Mrs. William Keawe weut to Hono
lulu this week where she expects to
enter the Normal School for the pur
pose of fitting herself for teaching.
Alexauder MacNicoll one of the en
gineers ou the Kahului Railroad weut
to Honolulu this week on a short
Edmund Hart returned from Bono
lulu Tuesday evening.
Jouuie Garcia weut to Ilonolu
NOTICE OF FORHCLOSURB
Lot No. Area.
. 22 A 23.42 Acres
22 B 24.73 "
23 A 25.40 "
23 B 23.93 "
24 A 26.45 "
24 B 22.67 " -
25 A 28.57 "
25 B 22.61 "
26 A 27.52 "
26 B 22. "
27 A 26.55 "
27 B 21.56 "
EDUI.E WAI AKOA HOMESTEADS.
Lot No. Area.
1 27.60 Acres
6 37.6 "
7 34-6 "
10 ' 28.7
At the same time and place, the lands
described in the following schedule will
be open for application under Tart 7 of
Land Act 1S95, Sections 313 to 322 in
clusive. Revised Laws of Hawaii! for
Right of Purchase Leases.
SCHEDULE KAMAOI.E R. P. LEASES.
Lot No. Area Appraised Value,
20 44.25 Acres $ 250.00
21 43 05 " 250.00
At the same time and place, the lauds
escribed in the following schedule will
be open for application tiuder Part 7 of
Laud Act 1S95, Sections 323 to 328 in
elusive, Revised Laws of Hawaii for
SCHEDULE WAIAKOA FREEHOLDS.
Lot No. Area Upset Price.
3 2S.0 Acres f 200.00
4 26.3 " 150.00
5 27.3 " 150.00
All applications for said lots should be
made iu persons by the applicant at the
Office of the Sub-Agent as above located
Plans aiuFfull information may be ob
tained upou application to V. O. Aiken,
Sub-Agent, Fourth Land District, Kahu
lui, Maui, or at the Commission of Public
Lands, Judiciary Building, Honolulu.
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands
Honolulu, Oahu, T. II.,
November 20, 1907.
Nov. 30, Dec. 7, 14, 21.
In accordance with the provisions
a certain mortgage made by
Adrian M. Keoho, Mortgagor, of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, to
the Young Men's Ravings Society,
united, a corporation doing business
at Wailuku, Maui, Mortgagee, dated
the 1st day of November A. D. M00.
d appearing of record in Liber
285, on pages 405 and 400 of the Re
gistry of Conveyances at Honolulu.
Notice is hereby given that said
Young Men's Savings Society, l.i nit-
ed, Mortgagee as aforesaid, intends
to foreclose said Morgage for condi
tions broken, to wit: the noon pay
ment of principal and interest when
Notice is likewise given that after
the expiration of three consecutive
weeks from the date of the publ'ca
tion of this notice, said Mortgagee
ntends to, and will foreclose the
same, and will advertise for sale, the
property covered and conveyed
therein, and will sell the same at
public auction, at the front door of
the Law Office of JAMES L. COKE
on Main Street in the town of Wailu-.
ku, County of Maui, Territory of Ha
waii, on Friday the 27th day of Do
cetuber A. D. 1907, at 12 o'clock-
noon, of said day.
The following is the description of
All that certain piece, parcel or
lot of land situated and being in Wai
luku proper, Island and County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, being des
cribed as Apana 2 of Royal Patent
7184, L. C. A. 1759 to Kaupa, con
taining an area of 1 and 2-10 Acres
of land, more or less, and being all of
the same premises conveyed to the
Slid Mortgagor by deed of A. II. KT
Keohokalole ar,d others, . dated the
31st day of August, M0G, and ap
pearing of record in Liber 280 on
pages 153, 154 and 155 of the Regis
try of Conveyances at Honolulu.
For further particulars apply to
James L. Coke, attorney for said
Young Men's Savings Society, Limit
ed, at his office at Wailuku, Maui.
Dated this 23rd day of November
A. D. 1907.
You no Men's Saving Society Ltd
Nov. 23, 30; Dec. 7, 14.
NOTICE OF OPENING FOR SETTLE
MENTOF CERTAIN LOTS OF AORI
CULTURAL- PASTORAL LAND AT
Notice is hereby given that at ten
o'clock A. M., Saturday December 21
1907, there will be sold at auction, under
the Provisions of Part 7, (Freehold Agree
ments) Land Act 1895, (Section 313, Re
vised Laws), at the Office of Sub-Agent
Aiken, Kahului, Maui, the following lots
of public lauds at Kamiloloa, Molokai
provided that applications at appraised
value, are filed for said lots prior to hour
Area Appraised Value
20. Acres $300.00
20.30 " 203.00
20. " 200.00
20.20 " 202.00
Applications will be received for these
lots at and after nine o'clock A. M
Saturday. November 30, 1907, at Office of
Sub-Agent, Kahului. Maui.
Plans of the lots and full particulars as
to necessary qualifications of applicants
method of applying, etc., may be obtain
ed at the Commission of Public Lauds
Iiidiciarv Building, Honolulu, or at the
Office of the Sub-Aijeut, Kahului, Maui
JAS. V. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lauds
Honolulu, Oahu, T. II ,
November 154 A. D. 1907.
Nov. 23, 30, Dec. 7, 14.
a. surprise Party
Good for 4fe .
the hands, . Ill
bad for the &rg9 feKJ
dirt &had 4;ji
grime, paintrirtjklL--t .
printer's ink, rust 'A
li.iii aim tery-
tliing that comes
under the classifica
tion of dirt.
Hand Soap Known
Tome It h:si nb a little cm the hands, work ap
lather, nn&e it ott and the dirt't gone.
BEST SOAP ON EA11TH for
HOOLAHA HOOKO MORAKI.
and household use for
and grease from
SBliS just arrived. Price $37.50.
i i jn fciiiu in mir i: ui in tin u
I kulike ai me na hoakaka o kekuhi
tnoraki i hanaia e Adrian M. Keoho,
mea Moraki, o Honolulu, Oahu, Teri
tori o Hawaii, i ka Youny Men's Sav
ings Society, Liimited, be hui 1 Iroo
buiia e noho hana ana ma Wuiluku.
Maui, tnea paa moraki, i hanaia r.ia
ka 1 o Novemaba, M. H. l!Kifi, a c
ikeia ua kopcia ma ka Duke 283, ma
na uoao 405 ame 40(5, o ke Keen a. Ka
kau Kopo ma Honolulu
Ke hoolah&ia aku nei e ua Youn
Men's Savings Society, Limited, i
ole'oia, mea paa moraki i oleloiu, o
houko aku ana ia i ua moraki la no ka
thaiia o na aelik'e, oia hoi ; ka uku olc
ana i ke kuinupaa ame ka ukuoanee
ka manawa e ukuia ai.
A ke hoolaba hou ia aku nei, mulio
pe uku o ka hala ana o na pule ekolu
mai ka hoolahaia ana o keia hoolaha,
e booko aku ana a e pairku ia ana ua
moraki 'la, a e hoolahaia aku no ke
kuai, ka waiwai i boopaaia a i hooli
loia doka olaila;- a e kuai kudalaia
aku ana ma ke akea, ma ka puka
komooke Keena Loio o James L.
Coke, ma Alanui Main iloko o ke Ta
ona o Wailuku, Kalana o Maui, Teri
tori o Hawaii, i ka Poalima, ka la 27
o Deketnaba, M. H. 11)07, i ka hora
12 awukea o ua la Ma.
Penet ka hoakaka o ua waiwai 'la:
O ktla apana aina apau loa e wai-
ho 'la nra Wailuku ponoi, Mokupum
ame Kalana o Maui, Teri tori o Ha
waii, i hoakakaia o ka Apana 2 o ka
Palapala Sila Nui 71S4, Kuleana 1T5!
ia Kaupa, nona ka ili o 1 ame 2-10
Eka, oi aku a eini mat pa'. a, a oia no
hoi kahi apau loa i hooliloia i ua mea
moraki 'la ma ka palapala kuai a A.
H. K. Keohokalole ame kekaht poe e
ihe, i hanaia ma ka la 31 o Auyih
190U, u e ikeia ua kopeiama ka Hukc
28G, ma na aoao 153, 154 ame 155,
ke Keena Kakau Kope ma Honolulu.
No na mea hou aku e piliana i keia
e ninau ia James L. Coke, loio o ka
Young Men's Savings Stciety, Limit
ed, ma kona keena ma Wailuku,
Hanaia ikeia la 23 o Novemaba,
M. II. 1907.
YoiiNU Men's Savishs Society, Lrd.
Mea Paa Moraki.
Nov. 23, 30. Pec. 7, 14.
Sold on merit only.
Not a com pound.
- 40 cts. per pound.
Sherwi'n - Williams Paris Green is best for
'quality and effectiveness. It does the work quickly, surely
there's never any doubt of results.
It is strictly pure, always good and always uniform.
Has the deep shade of green a sure sign of its purity and
strong poisoning qualities.
Sherwin-Williams Paris Green kills every time. It is
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of its kind in the world.
For sale by
Open Saturday Evenings.
this week to see the base ball game