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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1908
(Continueil from l'np I.)
Save wear on Clotlies because
they wash easily.
Aslc Your Grocer F"or XHem
H. Hackfold & Co., Ltd.
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We have the first output
of the season in pints and
I Maui Wine & Liquor Co. 1
B SOLE AGENTS FOR MA I. i
Wo have in oxlii bi( ion in our show room ;s choice
selection of nickel plated 15AT111I00M ACCliSSOKiiiS, such us
Sou) Dishes for this IhiLhliih,,
Frontih Plato Class :liiTiirn.
Soap Uisiics for tin all.
Soap and Spoiii'o Holdc'iS,
Towol Bins in various sizos,
', Towol Hacks, 2-.i and -1 fold,
Comb nnd Brush Trays,
Tool.li and Brush lloldo'rs,
Roho Hooks, oto., etc
To realize their beauty and usefulness they
must he seen and used. Taken ns a wholjl' (licso
fittings aro tlie most artistic, practical, easily cleatu'd ft
and theroforc the MOST SANITARY. ' . k
Dill' Alfnc llltlnfTf nri4ltit 4 Iwi 11 'A
We invite your kind inspection.
KAHULUU RAILROAD CO.'S 1
Masonic Temple, : : - KAH L I.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Rojjular meetings will bo hold at
tho Knights of Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday, October 21,
All visiting members arc cordially
invited to attend.
J. II. NELSON, C. C.
D. II. CASE, K. OP R. & S.
LODGE MAI) I, No. 084, A, F. & A. M.
Stated meetings will be, held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting bi otlireii are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. C. LINDSAY R. W. A
t.' f. Secretary.
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HON. .lON'AII K. KALANIAXAOLE
Republican Candidate for Dch dle to Oonfjn-n
The testimony in part of Rev. J.
Kekipi was that he had resided in
Pauwela nine years and is the" pasloi
of the Christian Science Churei
there. He said he was in Honolulu
when Mia sent for hiin. Mia said
he had great love for liiin.
He had uiven a mortuaue on hia
propel ty to build a church on an
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ouier s property and Keinin mi
raised tlie necessary money to ay
olT the same.
In lieu of what Kekipi had done
fur lein Mia wish to deed the pio
pi rty to liim. Mia yeve Kekipi tin
Royal Patent and asked mm to
havi a deed drawn up. Kekipi took
tlie Itoynl I'atentsto Waiwaiole, who
dnw up the deeds. Mia and his
w fc wore present when tlie Royal
Patent!- were delivered. The con
virwition wns in Min's honm. -
Examining a deed handed to him
by Attorney Jus. L. Coke, he suit
it was tlie deed executed hv Mia
and his wife to him, and the saint
niw th'it u-.ia f I w l
He said he took possession of the
land some months after the death
A letter was shown the witness
from himself to the Mias and the
lino read in which heaeknowledged
E. H. CAR LEY.
Republican Nominee for Ri'piivntative, Thud Dirt riot.
R. A. WADHWOKTH
Republican Nomineu for Super- Rupuhlieau Nomineo for Deputy
visor, District of Wailuku. Sheriff, District of Wailuku.
that the land was their
and that the instrument
by them was a mortgage.
He said that when the instrument
was presented for signature- that
Mrs. Mia was sent out of the room
by M. P. Waiwaiole and the instru
ment was read to Mia who signed
it. Mrs. Mia then came back and
the instrument was read to her aiid
she signed it, and acknowledged it
in presence of her husband.
He said five dollars was the eon
A.I'. Java res was.the next wit
ness .called. He said in part that Ik
iiad been sent for hv Mia. Mia
made an allidavit before him. 'Min
signed it and swore to the same.
He testified that the land in ques
tion was of tlie value of 81(10 p(i
He said that he had gone to Ke
kipi after Mia had made the allida
vit and had told him the contents
of the affidavit and that Kekipi had
admitted that the allegations niadi
were true and offered to deed the
property back to Mia, if Mia would
pay the cost of his recent trip to
Honolulu which was about 127
When he went the second time to
see Kekipi he wanted a still largei
amount and the third time he went
to see mm lie said that he, Kekipi,
said that he had consulted an at
tonuy (J. M. Kaneal.ua) who had
advise -1 him that he would not have
to deed the property I .ick and that
he therefore refused to do sol
Other witnesses were called
gave damaging testimony to
cause of Kekipi.
Judgo Robinson found for
plaintiff and.get aside the deed. If
the Supremo ' court upholds tho
lower court tho Rev. gentleman
will havo to disgorge.
On Thursday evening the grand
jury filed its final report and was
excused until called. This will
save the govonment much money
and yet safeguard the public in
cafec that body is required for any
thing that may come up in the
On Friday an indictment for
perjury was made public against
J. W. Kabul, the county attorney
of Maui. Ho will be defended by
Judge R. P. Quarles and D. II.
W. P. IIAIA
A J GOMES
Republican Nominee for Super- Republican Nominee for Represen
visor, District of Hana. tative, Third District.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Gimi'imtech Fiist-CI(is Work of
Wagons call for work and mak
SPECIAL RATES FOR FAMILIES.
L. I5LANCI1AIU), Munnci.
J. C. FITZGERALD
M. IS. C. V. S. L.
Resilience: Hurleiu House
LANJUMA QUINTET CLUB
' Carl V. Rose, Mgr.
Ready toplay for Dances, political
J. A. clos Reis
Harness and Shoemaker
Has moved his shop from
Queen's Lodging IIouso to
AJuli Block on Market Street
All kinds of repair work done with
promptness and satisfaction.
A number of year h with Dr. li. II. Dine&ur
To Mothers of Babies!
Every mother loves to see
her baby fat and plump.
J'ut a little TARC) FLOUR
in the milk, anil you will
lie delightfully surprised nf ?4I
. 2h enls per tin at the
V. A VETLESEN. 1'inp.
Mahkhi' Sviu.... Wau.uku
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Foil lino of popular brands ol
Celebrated Prinio & Seae
25c 2 Glasses 25c.
ElM Thade Marks
. Anyone fonrtlr.ff n pltctch nnd description mny
oulckly uscortnln otir opinion froo whether np
Invention la prohnbly pmentiible. Communion
tlonnlrlctlyconndontlftl. HANDBOOK on Patents
Kent free. Oldest ngoney for securm? patents.
I'ntenla taken thrnuch Jliinn & Co. recctre
ipll nottet, without clmrec, in tho
A hnndsomelr Hlnlrr.tM t "ritlv. l.nr -pit -!r-
culittlon of iiiiT s lenttlli I. null Tvr UD.tJ s
yenr: foiirmoMtlit., l. tfo. iiyi.n n,., HnierR.
Branch onisa, KS If Sr.. Wnahliwtuti. It. r.
DR. GEO. S. AIKEN
Office at residence.
Kahumji, Maui, T. II.
Office Hours: 9 n. 111. to 4 p. in.
DR. F. A. ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDINCj
1(1 A M. to 1 M.
1 P. M. to: P.M.
7 P M. 10 8 P. M.
MAUI NO KA 01,
The truth of ibe above statement
may., ho .-liti.ilantiatAl by giving
.Maui's own product a trial.
in any quantity from a bottle up.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
Bismark Stables Co.,
LIVEHY, BOARD anil
' SALES STABLES
Automobiles for Hire
At Had; Hntcs
Meet all Ishnul Stotimers
excursion Unius to lao nnd Ilnlenk ul
with coinietciit guides.
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGONS
NEW RIGS--NEW TEAMS
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