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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAYMARCH 27, 1909
THE MAUI NEWS
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That The wireless of the twenty tiflh instant an-
Cat petbagger. nounces that a protest has gone forward to
Washington opposing the appointment of a mini from the mainland
as judge of the Federal Court. There is no hint that there is any
opposition to the individual nor any criticism of his ability as a
lawyer nor of his fitness for the position to which he is to be ap
pointed but simply the old cry that a mnlihi is to bo oppose.! under
It may be that it is a crime to be a new comer into. a place. It is
certain that we have heard the charge made here often enough
although we must admit that we had never hoard the charge until
we came to this territory.
A lot of wild eyed Home Rulers have preached that sort of non
sense from the rostrom for years but wo did not expect to hear of
any body of intelligent men going on record as being opposed to
the introduction of new American blood into our territory.
The charge has frequently been made that the territorial officials
all belong to one family compact and we believe from what we con
sider eood and reliable information that it is the purpose of. the
present administration to change the conditions that have existed
hero so long.
Every state and territory in the Union has done every thing pos
sible to get new blood. This territory has done every tiling pos
siblo to keep it out. Every state and territory in the Union has
prospered and built up on board lines. This territory has develop
ed in but one direction.
While some of the territorial officials are competent and satis
factory we believe the entire territory would be infinitely benefit
ted if every territorial official was to be replaced by men appoint
ed by the President from the mainland and take ollice at once.
While we would not go so far as to advocate this for the reason
that some of the officials are satisfactory we do maintain that even
this extreme step would be better than the conditions that now
It is claimed and it is probably true that Atkinson failed of con-
firmation for the reason that the Thwing element is weli known in
Washington and it is determined that that crowd shall controll the
affairs of the territory no longer.
We believe that the cry against the appointmonr. of a man from
the mainland to succeed Breckons and another to fill the office of
judge of the Federal Court will make it all the worse for those who
are the most interested in the matter. If they are wise they will
keep quiet and make the most of the inevitable.
Doctors Elbert Hubbard, one of Americans brightest writers
Trust must have had Hawaii in mind when ho wrote the fol
Medical legislation aims to say who shall practice the healing art
and who shall not.
Its ostensible aim is to protect the people from the imposition of
ignorant, unfit and incompetent physicians
But the truth of the situation comes to us as a grim bit of humor
when we realize that always and forever the men who frame me
dical legislation and insist on their wishes becoming laws are doct
ors. So the doctor who decides who is fit declares: "I am fit, but
you are not."
The people believe that they have the ability to decide to whom
they may go for relief if they are ill. But right there the doctors
take issue with them.
ine aoctors assume inai trie laity are ignorant, ana nicapaoie o
deciding as to matters of medicine, and thus all medical legislation
is an implied insult to the people.
The funny part is that the doctors who insist that the lawmakers
shall pass tbeae lawa declare that no one is fit to advise you as to
your health unless he is a man who advises just as they do
If the applicant is a different sort of a man and takes a differen
view of life, he is a criminal and can be sent to prison if he takes
charge of you, on your own request, if you are sick
Thus we get class legislation and a Doctors' Trust supported by
law. All in the face of the fact that there is no science of medi
cine, since the whole practice has shifted ground absolutely within
twenty years, and is still shifting. Men get sick and, employing
no doctor, get well. Others get sick, send for a doctor and die
The best doctor in the world can give jou no guarantee of con
tinued health. Well did Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes call medicine
'the science of guess work."
It was not so very long ago that there was a theological trust. In
fact, there is now, but it is not openly recognized by the courts i
is merely winked at.
The spiritual adviser who was not duly ordained and educated
. along certain lines was an outcast and a criminal the enemy of
the State, a traitor to God and a traitor to his country. He was de
clared "little,' ''filthy'' and an "atheist." His best acts were dis
But now anybody can set up a divinity shop, absolve you from
your sins, instruct you as to your latter end, prophesy your con
dition after death foretell the thermostat and show you how. to
walk here and now in the way of life.
This is beautiful and right.
The people are becoming able to judge by
who the medical and theological rogues are.
logs pass on themselves is to invite tyranny,
on, let it be a matter of conscience.
Also, if I should contract a disease, give nic the privilege, I pray, of
sending for any friend I may select to care for me in my time of stress
W 1 i 'II T 1 11 sir
i am not very wise, out, huh, i am not wholly a loot l am an averagi
man. And I am an American.
Medical legislation which attempts to decide what particular school
healing is right and which is wrong is jH inicious, wrong, absurd and
worse it is silly.
judging. lift them decid
To let the medics and theo
If they wish to lie operatei
A Washington ollicial, at present
connected with the Department of
Justice, is to be npxinted the Second
Federal .Indue for Hawaii, lie has
:il ready been selected and there has
been correspondence on the matter
going on tor some tune ix'iween
Washington and Honolulu.
Governor Frear yesterday stated
tat this news was correct, but he
leclines at this time to give out the
lame of the ollicial so selected.
1 he candidate tor the. judgeship
was chosen by President Roosevelt,
who asked Governor Frear if then
would be objection raised in Hawaii
to the appointment of his man. Tin
csident was told that there. would
Last evening Governor Frear stat-
d that the matter of the appoint
ment of this ollicial to the iew
judgeship was proposed some time
ago by President Roosevelt, this le-
ingjx'fore any candidates from Ha
waii had been announced. The Gov
ernor stated that he had not hean
from the present Administration as
to what course might be pursued
but gave as his opinion that ha(
Judge 1'allou remained a candidate
he. would most likely have been ap
The Governor stated that the
Washington candidate was a man of
ability, and his appointment woulc
be of great value to Hawaii, to lotl
the community and the U'licli.
It would be a case of niciut nn
worth, then, and not of carpetbag
King?" was asked of the Governor
1 lie latter reiterated ms statement
that such a man as the President
then had in mind could not be r
garded as being in the carpetbag
class by any means.
ust south of the Olil Skating Rink in
Wuilnku, Maui, together with the htiild-
ng9 thereon, said lease being of record
n liber 219. on pages Jj-Js; and induci
ng all rights belonging to the lessee and
The foregoing leasehold interests were
given as collateral for the purpose ot
securing the payment of the promissory
note of Veong Young, for f ifoo.on dated
June 30, 1905, payable one day afterdate,
drawing interest at ten percen. per an
num, and payable quarterly, and this sale
of said collateral is made because of the
non-payment of a portion of said princi
pal sum and interest past due and unpaid.
First National Bank of Waii.uku.
March 20, 27.
IN THE CIRCUIT COVRT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
In Probate -At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estute of
KEALIII'OINA, late of Kaanapali, Maui
deceased, before Judge SELDEN B
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow.
ance of Final Accounts and Discharge in
On Reading and FiliiiK the Petition
and Accounts of Joseph F. Welch, Ad
ministrator-with-the-Will annexed the
Estate of P. Kealiipoina, deceased, w here
in he asks to be allowed nothing and he
charges himself with nothing, and ask
that the same may be examined and a p.
proved, and that a final order may lie
made cjf Distribution of the property re.
maining in his hands to the person
thereto entitled, a.nd discharging him
and his sureties from all further respon
sibility as such Administrator.
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 19U;
day of April, A. D. 19i9, at 10 o'clock A
M. before the Judge of said Court at the
Court Room of the said Court at Wailu
ku, Island 01 Maui, be and the same
hereby is appointed as the time and
place for hearing said Petition and Ac
counts, and that all persons interested
may then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may present
evidence as to who are eutitled to the said
property. And that notice of this Order,
in the English language, be published in
the "Maui News," a weekly newspapers
printed and published in Wailuku, for
three successive weeks, the last publica
lion to be not less than two weeks pre.
vious to the time therein appointed for
Dated at Wailuku, Muui, this 8th day
of March, 1909.
BY ORDER OF Till COURT:
(Sd) EDMUND II. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Second
March 13, 20, 27. April 3.
Notice is hereby given that on Mia
day, the 29th day of March I909ttwelv
o'clock noon, in front of the First
National Bank Building, in Wailuku
Maui, the undersigned will sell for cash
to the highest bidder the rest, residue
and remainder of the term of thatcertai
lease from Kaiuaka Kalumaiua and Lei
malama Ikuwa toS. AI11111, dated January
19, 1901, tunbraciug a piece of laud lying
acres, and being the same premises des
cribed in Royal Patent No. 2213, L. C.
A. No. 5500, to Palalu, said interest be
ing composed of an undivided 13-18 of
said lot, and having been previously con
veyed to the mortgagor by some of the
heir9 of Lake Fnpu, now deceased.
March 20-27, April 3-10.
HOOLAHA A KA MBA PAA MORA
Kl E PAIN I A E KUAI.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF IN
TENTION TO FORECLOSE AND
Notice is given hereby that under the
power of sale contained in that certain
indenture of mortgage bearing date the
8th day of December A. D. 1905, appear
ing of record in I.iber 276, on pages 218,
219 and 220 of the Registry of Convey
ances, at Honolulu, executed by PETER
N.' KAHOKUOLUNA and SARAH A.
KAHOKUOLCNA, his wife to W. L.
Decotti. The undersigned holder and
owner of said mortgage intends to fore
close the same and to sell the mortgaged
property because of the non-payment of
the principal and interest due 011 the pro
missory note and debt secured thereby.
The said mortgage was given to secure
the payment of a promissory note for the
sum of Three Hundred and fifty (350.00)
dollars of even date with said mortgage,
payable one year after date, and extent
ed by the said PETER N. KAHOKUO
Notice is likewise given that after the
expiration of three weeks from the dale
of the first publication of this notice, to
wit, on Monday the 19th day of April A
D. 1909, at twelve o'clock noon of said
day, said morgaged property for the rea
sons above stated will be sold at public
auction at the front entrance to the Court
House In Wailuku, County of Maui, Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
Terms of sale: Cash, deeds at the ex
pense of the purchaser; for further par
ticulars apply to James L. Coke, attorney
for the mortgagee, Wailuku, Maui.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 20th day
of March A. 1). 1909.
W. L. DECOTO, -Mortgagee.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY TO
All of the undivided right, title and in
terest owned by said PETER N. KAHO
KUOLUNA and, his said wife in and. to
that certain piece, parcel, or lot of land
situated at Hamakuapoko, in the District
of Makawao, County of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, containing an area of 11-51-100
Ke hoolalia ia aku nei ma kcia tnamuli
o ka mana kuai i hoikeia maloko o keka
hi Palapala Moraki i hanaia Dckemaba 8,
1905, i hoopaaia ma ka Buke 276 aoao 218,
219, ame 220 o ke Kcena Hoona Aina ma
Honolulu i Kakauinoaia e Peter N. Ka
hokuoluna ame xSarah A. Kahoktioluna
kann wahine mare ia W. L. Decoto. Ke
manao nei kh mca inalalo nei a o ka 1110a
e paa nei a ona o ua moraki nei e pani a
e kuai aku i lea waiwal t moraki ia no ka
uku oleia o ke Kumupaa ame ka Ukupa
nee maluua o ka Nota aie i hoopaaia ma-
Ua haawiia ua moraki nei i mea hobpaa
i,ka uku ana i Kekahi Nota aie no ka
hulna o Ekolu Haueri ame Kanalima
($350.00) Dala oia la hookahi no me ka
Palapala Moraki e ukuia hookahi maka-
hiki nmhope iho a i kakauinoaia e Peter
Ke hixilaha pu ia aku nei no hoi tnalio
pe iho o Ekolu pule mai ka la o ka hoo
puka mua ana o keia hoolalia, oia hoi, ma
ka Poakahi ka la 190 Aperila M. H. 1909,
ma ka hora umiktimalua aw-Hkea o ua la
nei, a no na kuniu i oleloia ina'nuin ae e
Kuai Kuilala ia aku ana ua waiwai mora
ki nei ma ke alo o ka Hale Hookolokol"
ma Wailuku Kalana o Maui, Teriton
Ma ke dala kuike ka uku ana 0 na lilo
liana Palapala 110 ka mea kuai nmieuku.
No na mea e ae e ninati ia James L. Coke
Loio no ka mea paaiuoraki, Wailuku
Hanaia ma Wailuku Maui i keia la 20
o Maraki M. II. 1909.
W. L. DECOTO,
Mea paa Moraki
For Three Weeks Only.
MONDAY, APRIL 5th,
KA WAIWAI F. K 1 1 A I IA ANA.
O ke kuleaiia a pau loa i maliele oleia
o ua Peter N. Kahokuoluua ame kaua
waninc mare uoko o keia apaua aina e
waiho nei ma Hnmakuapoko, Apana, o
Makawao, Kalana o Maui, Teritori o Ha
waii nona ka nui he 11-51-too eka, a 01a
no kahi i hoakakaia ma ka Palapala Sila
Nui Holu 2213 Kuleanu Helu 5500 ia Pa
lain. O ua k 11 lean a la 1 maliele oleia he
13-18 o ua apana'la a i hoolilomuaia i ka
mea moraki e kekahi o na hooilina o
Loke Papu i make.
March 20-27, April 3-10.
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second and fourth Saturdays of each
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