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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1909
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered nt the Tost Office at Wailuku, Mini, Hawaii, as H.-ci'Mid-chiss matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
, Issued Every Saturday.
Waul Rutallshlng: Company. Limited.
Proprietors mill Publishers
SunBciniox Hate, ix Advaxck f'2."0 per Year, l.r0 Six Mont lip
lluh iy. Coke,
The Next It is not nt all iiuprobsililo Mint, tlio noxt gvpiil s'rug
War. ' glo of arma will he? a socoiul war bt'Cwcon Japan nnil
Russia. While Russia was defeated in lior recent eniillict with
Japan, she cannot afford to stay whipped and everything points to
the fact that the statesmen of each country fully realize that a
conflict is inevitable.
There is probably no one in the territory su well informed on
conditions in the far east as Walter t! . Smith, the aMo editor of
the Pacific Commercial Advertiser. In a recent issue of that- paper
he says editorially.
The news that Kusisa is double tracking the .Siberian railway to
Uarbin coupled with that of an enormous arrant to the army, bears
out the intelligent opinion in Eastern Asia that Russia means to
again try conclusions with Japan. That the ToUio government
thus believes is indicated by the large sums it has spent and is
spending on war equipment, afloat and ashore Since the peace of
Portsmouth the Japanese arsenals and drydocks have been Ire
mendously busy; the army has been greatly improved and increas
ed and the navy is getting its share of Dreadnoughts. Mriny
American newspapers and many public men aside from alarmists
of the Ilobson type, have thought that Japan was preparing to
fight the United Stated a conclusion this journal, for one, has
respected. Japan' is not looking for new wars and new enemies;
hut she means to maintain herself as the guiding power of Eastern
Asia and to be ready for any force which Russia may gather for
the recovery of lost ground. Hence the clamor of martial prepa
It is clearly seen by the statesmen of Japan, than whom there
are no more sagacious and well-informed publicists anyw here, that
Russia cannot afford to stay whipped. She is now out of the list
of tirst-class powers. She is a more or less negligible quantity
Her navy ranks very low; her army has lost prestige; her diplo
macy "lest I dare not, wait upon 1 would, like the cat T the adage.'
One could see Russia's hand fairer in the treatment of the recent
Balkan affair, in a sphere where
move things, let she is a vast country with an enormous popu
lation; her credit is good for war loans; if she should merely strip
her churches of their portable wealth her treasury would contain
a greater sum than is represented by the national debt of Japan,
huge as that has grown. Russia has made herself believe that
her failures in operations during
single trackage of the Siberian railroad; and that, with the way
clear to dispatch and feed a million men she could overwhelm the
Japanese with numbers. Pressing her forward is the natural
ambition to became once more
regain the respect and excite the
actual and potential strength, she
not succeed. That she will make
affairs can doubt. '
In such a war, the question of China's attitude would be signifi
cant in the last degree. China is building up military and naval
strength under Japanese tutelage;
credit counts for even more. Should she ally herself with the
Japanese, making common cause
regions of her present and former
to move cautiously and to get, if
ally. The play for primacy at felting net ween the Japanese ana
Russians is eoias to prove a far more exciting drama than the
ancient intrigue at Cabul bet ween
and it will be, unless all signs fail,
more swelling theme.
Baseball. The baseball season
underconditions that are not as
might be hoped for. During the
much ill feeline and better accusations were made against mem
bers of the league, and it would
suit of work of a man by t he name
From the best information that
seem that the two men were imported by the Kahului boys for tin
purpose of having them play with
Whether they got work or otherwise, we do not know, but they
were soon in Wailuku and were
ed for. It was not long before
giving them money to enable their,
the case to be. The Kahului boys
they had both signed up with the
latter were sore.
While some of the Kahului boys
on their good luck, one of the men
nouncing that if the Star team would pay his fare hack that tie
would play with the latter team. At this juncture the boys on
both 6ides discovered that they were being worked, and changed
their attitude toward their friends. It seems to us that differences
of this class should not occur. Nor do we approve of any baseball
player doing anything to take away a player of an opposing team
after the season has begun.
Welo not profess to understand the latest rules of . laying the
national game, but we do hold that common decency dictates thut
an opposing team shall receive a square deal and no interference
with its members.
After listening to arguments on the subject by players on both
sides, we are convinced that there must be limitations put on the
importation of players for the simple reason that if one side can
import the best players in the territory and the other for financial
reason cannot, then it is certain that the team of imported players
will win and there cannot be any possibility of the other teams
winning and consequently they will not take any interest in the
games nor play ball worth seeing. There must bo at least a remote
possibility of winning the game for each opposing team or there
will not be ball worth seeing. ,
The public pays for the games and has a right to demand
reasonably equal opponents. If it is otherwise there will be no
gate receipts. We must have clean sport and decent dealing or
there will be no support of the ball games.
firtltor and IVXnnnnvr
WWW. 10. litOii
her lighest touch was wont .to
the war of 1!K)" was due to the
a first-class military power, to
fears of Europe; and with all her
sees no reason wliv she snouia
the attempt no student of foreign
but her enormous weiiifii una
against white aggression in the
sway., it would behoove Russia
possible, a powerful European
the Russiaus and the British;
the imperial prologue to a far
is about to begin and it seems
favorable to a successful season as
past week then; was evidence of
seem that much of it. was the re
of Correa and one by the name
we have on the subject it would
them during the season.
given work here and were provid
some of the Kahului boys were
to exist us the say they believed
soon had them in Kahului after
Star team and of course the
skipped for Honolulu after an
Douglas and Burmingham
Honolulu, April li. According
to Chief of Detectives Leal practi-
glly nil the nrtieli'H Ftolen from
various residences in this city by
peter Nnwai and his gang, will
be recovered. The larger part
of the articles have alreadv been
found and now it remaiiiB for the
police to hunt, up the girls with
whom the young crook lws been
traveling and get fi'oin them the
presents he made them of stolen
The word was taken up this
morning and a visit was paid to
the 'Punchbowl district which
brought good returns. Among
other articles which were given up
by a couple of Hawaiian girls of
Nawai's acquaintance were two
gold chains, a gold mounted foun
tain pen and a handsome Chinese
jade ring, which, had all been taken
from the Douglas residence. Prac
tically everything stolen from the
Douglasses has been recovered by
Yesterday morning Leal was
busy in visiting several places
where Nawai confessed he had
buried stolen property. A good
deal of the Burmingham property
was recovered buried in a pinall
tract of cane land off upper Emma
street and in this collection was a
diamond ring and a pair of valu
able opera glasses heloncing to
No arrests have yet been made
of the receivers of the stolen pro
perty but this afternoon or tomor
row may bring developments. The
articles stolen bv Nawai were sold
for a very small part of their value
or given away, but he did such a
wholesale business that he was
able to dress in the height of
fashion, which was one of the
things which caused attention to
be attracted to him and finally re
sulted in his arrest.
Heavy Sentences for Isoi
and Wife of Iwilei.
Honolulu, April fi. Isoi, who
for many vears was the chief of
the immoral characters of Iwilei
was sentenced to five years in jni'
to pay a fine of $1000 and thecosts
of court by Judge Dole this morn
ing. 11 is wife' Chise, who was also
concerned in the same business
was sentenced to four ycirs in jail
and to pay a ifoOO lino and the
costs. The heavy sentence enme
as a surprise to both, for they ex
peeted that, owing to information
which thev had given through
which evidence against other de
fendants in the Japanese slavery
cases was obtained, they would be
let off easily.
Isoi and his wife were the two
leaders in the tang which made a
business of importing " women to
this city from Japan for immoral
purposes and which has been so
effectively broken up through the
efforts of United States District
Attorney Hreekons. For sometime
it appeared as though it would he
impossible to obtain enough evi
dence to convict, but IJreckons, by
spending day and night on the
trail, worked up his cases and has
obtained several convictions of
which these two are the most im
portant. A Hawaiian named fitiwale bag been
arrested on a charge of arson iu the
second decree in setting fire to a he use
at Kauwainni, which he claims to own,
after iinarrcling with a woman who oc
cupied it. He ejected her and the place
wa subsequently burned down. -Herald.
All nersons having claims neaiust the
Hisinark Stables Company Ltd., tip to
February I ith 1909, are hereby requested
to present said cl.iiins to the undersigned
or to I). IT. Case nt Wailuku, Maui, with
in Twenty days from this date.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, March 15th
W. T. ROBINSON.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF IN
TENTION TO FORECLOSE AND
Notice is given hereby that under the
power of sale contnined in that certain
indenture of mortgage bearing date the
Sth day of l)eceinler A. I). 1905, appear
ing of record in Liber 276, on pages 218,
219 and 220 of the Registry of Convey
ances, at Honolulu, executed by PKTKR
N. KAHOKrOJA'NA and SARAH A
KAHOKUOLUNA, his wife to W. L
Decoto. 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 on 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, nnd execut
ed by the said TKTKR N. KAHOKUO
Notice is likewise given that after the
expiration of three weeks from the date
of the first publication of this notice, to
wit, on Monday the 19th day of April A.
I). 1909, at twelve o'clock noon of said
day, said tuorgageil property for the rea
sons aliove 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
Oculars apply to James L. Coke, attorney
for the mortgagee, Wailuku, Maui.
Hated at Wailuku, Maui, this 2olh day
of March A. I). 1909.
W. L. DIXOTO, .
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY TO
All of the undivided right, title and in
terest owned by said PF.TKR N. KAHO
KUOLUNA and his said wife in and to
that certain piece, parcel, or lot of laud
situated at Hamakuapoko, in the District
of Makawao, County of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, containing an area of 1 1-51-100
acres, and'being the same premises des
cribed in Royal Patent No. 2213, L. C.
A. No. 5500, to Falalu, 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
heirs of Loke Papu, now deceased.
March 20-27, April 3-10.
HOOLAHA A KA MBA PA A MORA
KI E PANI A E KUAI.
Ke hoolaha ia aku nei ma keia mamuli
o ka maua kuai i hoikeia maloko o keka
hi Palapala Moraki i hanaia Dekemaba 8,
1905, i hoopaaia ma ka Buke 276 aoao 218,
219, ame 220 o ke Keena Hoona Aina ma
Honolulu i Kaknuinoaia e Peter N. Ka
hokuoluna ame Sarah A. Kahokuoluna
knna wahine mare ia W. L. Decoto. Ke
iliauao nei ka mea.malalo nei a o ka mea
e paa nui a on a o ua moraki nei e pani a
e kuai aku i ka waiwai i moraki ia no ka
uku oleia o ke Kumupaa ame ka Uku pa
nee mnluna o ka Nota nie i hoopaaia ma
Ua haawiia ua moraki nei i mea hooia
i ka uku ana i Kekahi Nota aie no ka
liuinu o Kkolu Jlrtiieri ame Kanalima
($350.00) Dala oia la hookahi no me ka
Palapala Moraki e ukuia hookahi maka-
hiki mahope iho a i kakauiuoaia e Peter
Sfime UableJialiului Slailroad Company
STATIONS Ap-f- p Pas. STATIONS 1 ' M'
; Fab V. Pa a. Pah. Pas
Kahului Leave 7.00 2.00 p. M.' Kahului Leave 6.20 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 742 ' 2.12 Puunene Arrive 6.35 1.35
Wailuku Leave 7.20 ?.0 4.15 Puunene Leave 6,40 lao
Kahului Arrive 7.35 2.35 4.30 Kahului Arrive 0.55 ' lfa
.Kahului Loave 7.40 9.40 -2.40 4.35 5.10 Kahului Leave 8.10 o 10
Sp'ville Arrive 7.52 J.55 2.52 4.47 5.22 Puunene Arrive 8.25 3.25 '
Sp'vi'Je Leave 7.55 10.15 2.55 4 50 5.25 Puunene Leave 8.30 3.3l
Paia Arrive 8.10 10.35 3.10 5.00 5.40 Kahului Arrive 8.45 3.45
Paia Leave 8.20 10.50 3.20 5.05 5.45 Kahului Leuve 9.45
Sp'ville Arrive 8.35 3.35 Puunene Arrive 10.00
Sp'ville Leave 8.40 3.40 Puunene Leave 10.30
Kahului Arrive 8.52 11.30 3.52 5.30 tj.05 Kahului Arrive 10.45
Kahului Leave 8.55 1,00 3.55
Wailuku Arrive 9.10 1.30 4.10
Wailuku Leave 9.20 2.00 4.15 - ;
Kahului Arrive 9.35 2.30 4.30
Kahului Railroad Company
ALEXANDER t BALDWIN, Ltd.;- ALEXANDER & ISA LDWIN, Line or Sailing Vessels
San Fraucisco and the Hawaiian Islands; AMEtflCAN-H AWAJ1 AN STEAMSHIP CO,
Ke hoolnha pu ia aku nei no hoi niaho-
pe iho o Kkolu pule mai ka la o ka hoo
puka mufi ana o keia hoolaha, oia hoi, ma
ka I'oakahi ka la 190 A perils M. II. 1909,
ma ka bora nmikuinalua awakea o ua la
nei, a no na kuinu i oleloia inaluna ae e
Kuai Kudala ia aku ana ua waiwai mora-
ki net ma ke alo o ka Hale Hookolokelo
tna Wailuku Kalana o Maui, Teriton o
Ma ke dala kuike ka uku ana o na lilo
liana Palapala no ka mea kuai maie uku.
No na mea e ae e ninau ia James L. Coke
Loio no ka tnea paanioraki, Wailuku
Hanaia ma Wailuku Maui I keia la 20
o Maraki M. H. 1909.
W. L. DKCOTO,
Mea pan Moraki.
KA WAIWAI E KUAI IA ANA.
O ke kuleana a pau loa i niahcle oleia
o ua Feter N. Kahokuoluna nine kana
wnhine marc iloko o keia apana aina e
waiho nei ma Hamakuapoko, Apana, o
Makawao, Kalana o Maui, Teritori o Ha
waii nona ka nui he 11-51-100 eka, a 0111
no kahi i hoakakaia ma ka Palapala Sila
Nui Helu 2213 Kuleanu Jlelu 5500 ia Pa
lalu. O ua kuleana la I tnnhele oleia he
13-18 o ua apaua'la a i hoolilotnuairi 1 ka
mea moraki e kekahi o na Inxulinn o
Loke Papu i make.
March 20-27, April 3-10.
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TWO CHANGES A WEEK. .
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We Sell iron Fence
Whose Fence received the Highest
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now, with a neat, attractive IKOJt 1 tSCK,
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oia books, benci them to
the Maui Publishing Co..
Printers and Book-binders.
m. ...... .LtrnxTa. m
For Two Weeks Only.
MONDAY, APRIL 5th,
. Hats, Shirts,
Don't Aliss this Excellent
Opportunity to Save
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OHice over Pirst National Mni.lt
Wailuku, Maui, T. I).
HOUSE PAINTING ANP PAPKRING
- Carriage Pninting
Vineyard Street, : : Wailuku, Maui.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KMUHT8,
Regular meetings will lie held nt the
Knights of PythiuH Hall, Wailuku, on the
second nnd fourth . Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend.
WM. AULT. C. C.
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