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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1907
The Maui Shinbun, the Japanese
news paper if V e oldest and best for
advertising purposes among the Jap
anrse. N. K. OTSUKA,
tf. Advertising Agent.
The Queen Lodging hf use of Wai
luku has new rooms, new furniture,
clean bed?, 50 cents per night
A. Do Rego, lroprietoi .
Mr. C Tanaka, who had many
years experience in the leading photo
studios of Japan lias open the Ino
Photograph Gallery uear the Skat ing
Rink, Wailuku. t. f.
The Manager of the Maui Steam
Laundry is expected here from Chica
go on the 18th instant.
A number of Hawaiis best hula
dancers will he in iVailuku tonight
from Honolulu and perfor.n iu the old
The Knights of Pythias held a
special meeting Thursday of this
week. At the next'meeting there
will be the annual election of officers.
The local elks had a meeting at the
Maui Hotel Wednesday evening. The
members will hold a social January
9th at the same place.
The Woman's Guild. of the Church
of thp Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Saturday, Dec.
14lh at the Parsonage.
Last Tuesnay afternoon the Wo
man's Aid Society of Union Church
met at the William and Mary Alex
auder Parsonage to enjoy a Christ
mis program. The program con
sisted of one of Grieg's songs; the
well known poem, "The Night Before
Christmas," with the addition of a
jjoum entitled '.'The Night After
Christmas," a few German Christmas
sonts; one of Henry Van Dyke's
beautiful stories, "The Story of the
Other Wise Man," and a song by the
Wailuku trio. At the close of the
program a letter was read, in which
the pastor thanked the Society for
the faithful work of the past year.
The regular meeting of the Society
on December twenty-fourth will be
Miss Irene Aiken returned from
ichool Saturday and was in atten
dance at the reception to Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Rico at tne residence of
Hon H. P. Baldwin.
W. H. Rice addressed the members
of Kaahumanu Church Sunday. He
is a fluent Epeaker in Hawaiian and
spoke to a crowded house:
W. O. Aiken was in Wailuku Tues
day. Edward Cockett of Puunene went
to Hono'ulu this week. He expects
to return todcy.
Mrs. C. S. Jackson went to Hono
lulu this week to join her husband in
the metropolis where they expect to
make their future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Rice left
on the Claudine for a trip through
the Southern Slates on their honey
moon. Many of their friends were at
the landing to see them off.
Charles A. Rice returned to Kauai
Monday of this week. He was one of
the guests at the' wedding of his
brother Harold and Miss Charlotte
L. A. Dickey rtturned Wednesday
to his home in Honolulu.
John A. Jones has been on Jaui
some days in the inte; ests of Mclnerny
Shoe Store of Honolulu. He return
ed home by the Claudiue.
Ex Senator Charles Dickey return
ed home by the Claudine.
Captain W. E Bal went to Hono
lulu Weduesday. Pie will re tun: to
S. Decker the Singer Sewing Ma
chine representative has been ill
recently but Is able to be at his store
W. J. Coelho went to Honolulu this
- Judge Sillimuu came up on the Ki
nau Tuesday and returned Wedues
day. He represents the plaiutilT in
the suit of Lawrey vs. Castle ind
Mrs.W. II. CoruwellSr. paid Maui
a visit this week. She returned Wed
uesday by the Claudine.
Miss Helen Fung of Honolulu has
accepted a positiou as teacher in the
Mrs. H. A. Ua'J.win has beeu ill
J. P. Conke has been ill at the resi
dence of Hon. H. P. Baldwin, with a
cold and sore throat, fie i much im
proved. C. E. Mellon of Hmo'idii was in
C. Henley, George Tlihlebrand and
John A. Scully of the Spalding Base
Ball team were in Wailuku Saturday.
John A. Wadman was in town this
week from Honolulu.
Billy Grenn is on Maui this wreU.
Ernest Kaai and his Glee Club paid
Wailuku a visit this week on their
return from their engagement at the
Ralph S. Johnstone has finished his
work at the winery of the Kauuaka
lua Wine and Liquor Company and
returned home last night.
Rev. R. B. Dodge returned last
week from an extended tour of Molo .
kai in the interests of the Hawaiian
Board of Missions. This week Mr.
Dodge visited Makena, Ulupalakua
and Keokea, where the Board has
five churches, two of which have been
recently repaired, pnd one new
church, at Ulupalakua is being con
The bids for the construction of the
steel and concrete bridge at Kabului
were opened this week at the meet
ing of the county board and the con
tract will be awarded to Charles
O'Sullivan who was the lowest bidder.
Hawaii Government Rotten
We clip the following from the
Evening Bulletin of tho 7lh instant.
The County government of Hawaii
is simply rotten with gratt, said Dep
uty Attorney General Whitney this
morning. Mr. Whitney had just re
turned from Ililo, where he had been
attending the term of court and as
sisting the Grand Jury in its investi
No indictmeuts, says Mr. Whitney,
were returned against any of the Su
pervisors or County employees, be
cause it seemed difficult to get con
clusive evidence of what everybody
knew to be true.
"The county offices are full," says
Whitney, "of men who don't seem to
have much of anything to do. For in
stance, there is an official called the
Regi' trar of Firearms, who draws a
salary of $G0 a month. He has about
two, and Bometimes as many as three,
firearms to register in a month.
."Another very peculiar thing I
found there is that the warrants for
the pay of all the road laborers are
assigned to Rord Supervisor Simmons
before the first of the month and be
fore even the payrolls are made out.
This happens in the case of every
laborer without exception. The Road
Supervisor says that he takes the
assignments and payi the men by
check, but I fail to see any reason
why he should do tins. The assign
ments are made out in blank on
specially preprtd forms.
"There are only two s' raight men
in the Board of Supervisors. One is
Mr. Woods, and the oilier is a man
from the other side. Hut tin se two
are paralyzed and can do noihii g.
"A very curious thing happened
there recently in which Todd i- con
cerned. Todd his. a piece of land
which he wishes to exchange to the
Government for other land, his laud
to be used for a road. The matt r
was referred to the County Attor
ney's office, and an opinion was writ
ten by Deputy County Attorney Aluli,
which concluded with the fallowing
words. As our M r. Todd, Chairman
of the Board of Supervisors, is direct
ly interested in this matter, you may
rest assured that we will do every
thing in our power to consummate
Mr. Whitney expressed the belief
that lie might be able to get some of
the gi afters on the assignment cf pay
proposition, if he could not do so
along some other line.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
Pursuant to the Articles of Asso
ciation and By-Laws, the Annual
Meeting of Stockholders of The First
National Bank of Wailuku, will be
held at its Banking House iu Wailu
ku, on Tuesday Jauuary 14th, 1908,
at 3 P, M. for the purpose of election
of directors to serve for the ensuing
year, and such other business as may
be brought up.
C. D. LUFK1N,
Dec. 14, 21, 23. Jan. 4, 11.
NOTICE OP FORECLOSURE OF
In accordance with the provisions
of a certain mortgage made by
Adrian M. Keoho, Mortgagor, of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, to
the Young Mgn's Savings Society.
Limited, a corporation doing business
at Wailuku, Maui, Mortgagee, dated
the 1st day of November A. D. !!))(,
a d appearing of record in Liber
2Sf, on pages 405 and 40t of the Re
gistry of Gonveyancesjat Honolulu.
Notice is hereby given that said
Young Men's Savings Society, Limit
ed, Mortgagee as aforesaid, intends
to foreclose said Morgage lor 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
intends 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 iu the town of Wailu
ku, County of Maui, Territory of Ha,
waii, on Friday the 27th day of De
ceiober A. D 1007, at 12 o'clock-
noon, of said day."
The following is the description of
All that certain piece, parcel or
lot of land situated ilad tiemg in Wai
luku proper, Island and Coiintv of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, behig des
cribed as Apana 2 of Royal Patent
7184, L. C. A. 1751) to Kaupa, con
taining an area of J and 2-10 Acrfs
of land,, more or less, and being all of
the same premises conveyed to the
said Mortgagor by deed of . H. K.
Keohokalole and others, dated the
31st day of August, lOOli, and ap
pearing of record in Liber 280 on
pages 153, 154 and 155 of the Regis
try of Conveyances at Honolulu.
Fot further particulars apply to
James L. Coke, atto-ney for said
Young Men's Savings Society, Limit
ed, at his office at Wailuku, Maui.
Dated this 23rd day of November
A. D. 1!07.
Young Mux's Saving Society Ltd.
Nov. 23, 30. Dec. 7, 14.
HOOLAHA HOOKO MORAKI.
I kulike ai roe na hoakaka o kekahi
moraki i hanaia e Adrian M. Keoho,
mea Moraki, o Honolulu, Oahu, Teri
tori o Hawaii, i ka Young Men's Sav
ings Society, Limited, he hui i hoo
huiia e noho hana ana ma Wailuku,
Maui, mea paa moraki, 1 hanaia na
ka 1 o Novemaba, M. H. 11)00, a e
ikeia ua kopeia ma ka Buke 285, ma
na aoao 405 ame 40(i, o ke Kecna Ka.
kau Kope ma Honolulu.
Ke hoolahaia aku nei e ua Young
Men's Savings Society, Limited, i
oleloia, mea paa moi aki i oleloia, p
hooko aku ana ia i ua moraki la no ka
nhaiia o na aelike, oia hoi: ka uku ole
ai.a i ke kumupaa ame ka ukupanee
i ka manawa e ukuia ai.
A ke hoolaha hou ia aku nei, 111..I10
pe aku o ka hula ana o na pule ekolu
mai ka hoolahaia ana o keia hoolaha,
e hooko aku ana a paniku ia ana uu
moiaki 'la, a e hoolahaia aku no ke
kuai, ku waiwai i hoopaaia a i hooli
oia lloka olaihi;- a e kuai kudalaiu
aku ana ma ku akea, ma ka puka
komo o ke Ktena Loio o James L.
Coke, ma Alanui Main iloko o ke Ta
ona o Wailuku, Kalana o .Maui, Teri
tori o Hawaii, i ka Poalimu, ka la 27
o Dekemuba, M. II." 11)07, i ka hora
12 aw nke a o ua la 'la.
Penet ka hoakaka o ua wiwai 'la:
O ktla apana aina apau loa e wai
ho 'la ma Wailuku ponoi. Mokupuni
ame Kalana o Maui, Teritori 3 Ha
waii, i hoakakaia o ka Apana 2 o ka
Patapala Sila Nui 718t, Kuleana 17.V.I
ia Kaupa, nona ka 111 o 1 ame 2-10
Eka, ci 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 kekahi poo e
iho, i hanaia ma ka la 31 o Augate,
1900, a e ikeia ua kopeia ma ka Buke
280, ma na aoao 153, 154 ame 155, o
ke Keen a Kakau Kope ma Honolulu.
No na mea hou aku epiliana i Keia
e ninau ia James L. Coke, loio o ka
Young Men's Savings Society, Limit
ed, ma kona keeua ma Wailuku,
Hanaia i keia U 23 o Novemaba,
M. II. 1907.
Yousu Mks's Savinus Society, LTd.
Mea Paa Moraki.
Nov. 23, 30. Dec. 7, 1 1.
Do you remember the old fire-place with its stockings
hung up in a row? The uncertainty of what Santa Claus
would, bring, us to whether you had been a bad boy or a
good g'nl, ittid the joy on Christmas morning when you
found out that you had not been forgotten. It seems a long
time ago now but the little, ones feel tho same now as you
did then and should not be forgotten'.
Your Little Girl Wants Me!
Was there ever a time when this was not true?
We have dolls in many diflerent kinds and stylos. China Dolls,
Talking Dolls, Kid Jiaby Dolls, Papa and Mama Dolls, Unbreakable
Dolls, Import o,d French Dolls willi genuine hair, Sleeping and
Waking Dolls, Washable Dolls, Jointed Dolls, Bisque Dolls, German
Dolls, Doll Heads, at prices from to S3. 00 each.
Barrel Roller Chimes with picture cover.
Horse Stick Chimo with real wheels ami horse's
head 011 stick. ' '
Calliope whistles that make a nui-c like Banuun's
famous Calliope, 5 c.
Pewter whistles, rooster mid nightingale, 2 for 5c.
Horns, 5c. to 50o. each.
Trumpets, 10. to 75c. each.
Juvenile Violin Sets, Hint can bo played, $1.25
Heal wool covered sheep, 5c. to 25c.
Skin and Hair Dogs.'
Fur Skin Sitting Animals.
Paper Mache Animals, 10c. to 25c.
Cloth Covered Animals.
Felt Elephants, large.
Flannel felt Cats.
Pewter Toy Furniture Sets, 3 to 5 pieces to set.
Jack-in-the-box in characters as Hooligan, Foxy
Masks, 5c. and 10c. each.
SaiJ Boats, Pianos, Tin and Iron Toys and every
thing to make the Juvenile mind happy and
contented at this season.
Opqn Saturday Ea euiugs.