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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1909
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered at the Post Office at Wailuku,
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday.
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Hugh VI. Coke, ... Editor and Alanagsr
SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1909
A Good The report of the County Attorney that has just been
Record. tiled with the County Clerk shows a most excellent
record in the criminal cases conducted by that office and one that
it is claimed has never been equalled in any county at any time in
There were One Hundred and Thirty two cases presented by the
County Attorneys office and a conviction was secured in each and
every case. There was another case where the County Attorneys
department had made a careful investigation and it was decided
to ask that a nolle pros he entered. Private counsel was employ
ed by the prosecuting witness and a request was made that the
case be allowed to go to trial. This was done and the trial con
ducted by the private council and the accused was acquitted.
The County Attorney in his report gives much praise to the
deputies in the office and to Deputy Sheriffs Crowell and Morton.
Is Formed In Wailuku By
The Maui Strikers' Aid Associa
tion was formed last Sunday after
a five hours session held in the
school house. A few of the leaders
from Honolulu were present.
The session lasted from nine
o'clock to two at which time the
organization had been perfected
and the officers elected and a plan
of action perfected.
N. K. Otsuka, the court inter
preter, came into the News office
and stated that the members of
the organization especially desired
that they be not misunderstood.
That they did not expect to call a
strike here unless the employers
interfered with their programme.
That their object is to collect money
from local people to assist the
strikers of Oahu and forward the
money to the Higher Wage Asso
ciation of Honolulu.
Their plan is to collect money
from the laborers and others and
demand money from the business
men, professional men and con
tractors. In case any business man
refuses to give the amount de
manded he will be boycotted. In
case any contractor refuses to pay
the amount asked by the organiza
tion then a strike will be ordered
of the men in his employ.
The large contractors will be ex
pected to put up from I500 to
$1,000 each and others in propor
tion. The names of the leaders as giv
en us by Mr. N. K. Otsuka and
Mr. T. Mori and their occupations
are as follows:
President, K. Yokogawa, editor
Maui Shinbun; Vice-President, K.
Nakamura, horse trainer and for
merly a hack driver; Secretary, K.
Hasegawa, adviser to Japanese;
Treasurer, Z. Yasumori, small re
tail merchant; Assistant Treasu
rers, J. Onishi, Kahului merchant,
T. Uno, mail deliverer of Wailuku,
K. Wakayama, employed by Wai
luku Sugar Co., U. Kuwahara,
Wailuku retailor; Executive Com
mittee, N. K. Otsuka, court inter
preter, T. Mori, adviser to Japan
ese, T. Iida, employed by Wailuku
Sugar Co., K. H. Fujiki, employed
by Wailuku Sugar Co., K. Oka
inoto, employed by Wailuku Sugar
Co., K. Ansai, employed by Wai
luku Sugar Co., H. Yamashita, em
ployed by Wailuku Sugar Co., K.
Yasuhira, Wailuku retail dealer,
T. Takano, editor Maui IIoclu, T.J
Kato, fish vendor, H. Monmatsu,
retail dealer, Wailuku, Fugimoto,
truck gardener, Wailuku, K. Sakai,
clerk, Enos store, Wailuku, T.
Kaneshigi, photographer, Kahului,
Sudzuki, carpenter, K. II. It. Co,
I. Fukushima, fish vendor, Kahu
lui, Funaoka, resident, Kahului.
Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
Is Given a Linen Farewell
On the afternoon of May 21st,
the home of Mrs. Marshall, in
Wailuku, Maui, was the scene of a
large gathering of ladies, in honor
of Miss Margaret Foltz, who will
leave for her future home on the
Mainland at the close of the school
year in June.
There was a shower of remem
brance from her many friends.
Miis Foltz has been the Director
of the Alexander House Kinder
garten, ar.d has endeared herself
to a large circle of friends who re
gret to have her leave.
A Good Story Told on
Rev. Doremns Scudder.
Town Talk in the Hawaiian Star
of Saturday has the following story
on R-v. Doremns Scudder:
I heard a rather good joke on my
friend the Rev. Doremns Scudder
the other day, which is altogether
too rich to keep, so here it is. The
reverend gentleman was visiting a
town on one of the other islands,
and meeting an old friend was in
vited to dinner. With the consider
ation for others which is typical of
Mr. Scudder, he demurred on tin1
ground that his friends" wife would
not expect an extra guest and it
would annoy her arrangements to
have him appear suddenly. His
protestations were of no avail, how
ever, and along he went.
When the house was reached the
mistress of the home was nowhere
in sight, so showing the clergyman
where he could wash his hands the
host left him for a moment. Mr
Scudder was bending over the wash-
stand when a lxr behind him open
ed and the hostess entered. She was
carrying a book in her hand and
administered a whack to the Wild
ing divine, with the words, You
old fool, you, what made you bring
that old devil-driver home for dinner
without letting me know first?"
Then came the tableau.
Otsuka stated that on Wednes
day there was sent down $"00 for
the aid of the strikers and that a
larger sum was expected to he sent
From the above list it is evident
that the leaders are not plantation
DR. J. J. CAREY
Office, S c h r a d e r rlock
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
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Printers and Book-binders.
HOOLAHA A KA MBA PAA MORA-
Kl NO KE PANIKU AMK KUAI.
Ke hoolahaia aku nei, oiai ma
lalo o ka mana kuai maloko o ke-
kahi Moraki i hanaia i Ianuari 25,
190fi, e Kapohuli (k) a me Kini,
kana wahine ia J. (iarcia, Trustee,
a i kopeia ma Buke 285. ma na ao
ao 310-318, o ka ona i keia mana-
wa a o ka mea hoi nana e paa nei
ua makemake e panikn i ua mora
ki 'la, a e kuai hoi i ka waiwai i
morakiia no ka uku oleia o ke ku
mupaa anie ka nkupanee oka not a
i hoopaaia e ua moraki Ma.
Ua haawna ka moraki maluna
a'e no ka hoopaa ana i ka uku ana
o kekalii nota no hookahi lumen
ame iwakalua dala ma ia la hoo
kahi no. e uk uia iloko o hookahi
makahiki mai ua la 'la, i hanaia e
ua Kapohuli ame Kini ia.T. Garcia,
KE HOOLAHA I.IKE IA AKU
NEI NO HOI, mahope. o ka pan
ana o ekolu pule mai ka la e lioo
pukaia ai keiahoolaha, oia hoi, mi
ka Poakahi, June 21, 1909, ma ka
hora umikumamalua awakea o ia
la, o kahi i morakiia, no na kumu
i hoikeia maluna a'e, e kuaiia ana
ma ke kudala akea mamua o kahi
koino i ka Hale llookolokolo ma
Wailuku, Kalana o Maui, Teritori
Ke ano o ke kuai ana, ma ke
dala kuike, ame na mea kuai mai
e uku na lilo o na palapala.
No na mea i koe e ninau ia J
Garcia, a i ole ia D. II. Case, Wai
J. GARCIA, Trustee,
Mea i hooliloia ai o ka Moraki.
Hanaia, ma Wailuku, Maui, Mei
Ke ano o ka waiwai e kuaiia ana:
"O kela apana aina a pau loa
waiho la ma Waiehti, Kalana o
Maui,i hoakakaia penei: Hoomaka
ma ke kiln Uikina o keia, ma ka
pou Mamane, e waiho ana Hema
69- Kom. 50 J pauku, mai kn
pou iiomonana o Ka puka pa ma
ka palena ma Wailuku o ko Ala-
nui o Waiehu e holo ana:
1. Akau 69 10' Kom. 3.8G kaul
ino naio o Ka nan a l Ka t on ma
2. Hema 27 00 Kom. 2.43 kaul
ma kahawai a l ka pou;
3. Heir.a 56 00 Hik. 3.18 kaul.
pn lluna o ka pall a i ke alanui;
4. Akau 39 00 Hik. 3.30 kaul
ma ke alanui a i kahi ihoomaka'i,
nona ka Hi o hookahi eka, me na
pono.a me na mea a pau epili ana
i ua wain la.
Mei 28, Iune 5. 12 ame 19.
Mortgnfiee'H Notice o( Intention
to Forclose, and of Stile.
Notice is hereby given that, under
power of sale contained in Mortgage
dated January 25, 1906, from Ka
pohuli (k) and Kini, his wife, to
J. Garcia. Trustee, recorded in liljor
285, pages 316-318, the present
owner and holder thereof intends to
foreclose same, anil sell the mort
gaged property because of non-payment
of principal and interest due
on promissory note secured thereby.
The above mortgage was given to
secure payment of a promissory
note one hundred and twenty dol
lars, of even date therewith, paya
ble one year from date, executed lv
said Kapohuli and Kini, to J.
NOTICE IS LIKEWISE GIVEN
that, after the expiration of three
weeks from date of first publication
of this notice, to-wit, on Monday,
June 21st, 1909, at twelve o'clock
noon of said day, said mortgaged
property, for the reasons alxive sta
ted, will 1k sold at public auction
at the front entrance to the Court
House in Wailuku, County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii.
Terms of sale Cash, ami deeds nt
expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
to J. tiarcia, or 1). II, Case, Wai
luku. J. GARCIA, Trustee,
Assignee of Mortgage.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this
29th day of May, 1909.
Description of Property to be sold :
"All t lint piece or lot of land sit
uate at Waiehu, County of Maui,
hounded and deseriU'd as follows:
Pegin on the east coiner of this, at
Mamane post, which In-ars S. (i!)
W. 0OJ2 links, from west gate jiost
of gate situated on Wailuku Itound
ary of Waiehu road, and running:
1. N. 69 10' W. 3.86 chains
down pali to steak at stream;
2. S. 27 00 W. 2.43 chains along
stream to post;
3. S 56 00 E. 3. IS chains up the
pali to road;
4. N. 39 00 E. 3 30 chains along
road to initial point, containing an
area of one acre, together witli the
tenements, hereditaments ami ap
purtenances thereunto belonging,
way 'jv, June 5, 12 and 19.
ORDINANCE NO. 14.
AN ORDINANCE TO AM END SUCTION
18 OF ORDINANCE NUMBER 7, EN
TITLED: "AN ORDINANCE RE
LATING TO THE REGISTRATION,
IDENTIFICATION, USE AND OPE
RATION OK MOTOR CARS; AND
THE EXAMINATION AND QUALI
FICATION OF CHAUFFEURS."
Be it Ordained liy tlie Board of Super
visors williin and for the County of Maui.
Section I. Section 18 of Ordinance
Number 7, is hereby amended so as to
read as follows:
"Any person violating, or failing to
conform to, any of the provisions in this
Ordinance contained shall, upon convic
tion thereof, be fined in a sum not less
than Five ($5.00) Dollars nor more than
One Hundred (f loo.oo) Dollars, together
with costs of Court, nnd in event of de
fault of payment of such fine and costs,
shall be imprisoned until the same shall
have been discharged by operation of
the general laws applicable to such
Board of Supervisors within and for
the County of Maui.
By (Sd.) VM. F. TOGUE,
I hereby certify that the foregoing Or
dimmce upon consideration hnd and vote
taken was passed by the Board of Super
visors of the County of Maui, on the 14th
day of May 1909, at their regular month
ly session held at Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
(Sd.) Wm. FKED KAAK,
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors for
the Countv of Maui.
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STATEMENT OR CONDITION
at the close of business, March 31, 1909
RESOURCES I LIABILITIES
Loans and Discounts 1 $135,273.04
Kouils 44,81 7. o
United States Bonds 16,510.00
Premium oil U. S. Bonds vui. 00
Cash and Due from Hanks 55,023.73
Banking House, Furniture, etc 6,591.30
5 Redemption Fund.
E. Kc. O. E.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
COITNTV OK MAt'I,
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above
above statement is true to the best of my
C. I). lA'l'Kl.N, l astuer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st dav of April A. D., 1909.
J. GARCIA, Notary Public Sec. J ml. Circuit.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed were on the 26th day of April, A.
D. 1909, duly appointed Executors of the
Last Will and Testament of ICd ward Grif
fin Beckwith, lateof Hamakuapuko, Maui,
deceased, by Order of the. Honorable Sei
dell B. Kingsbury, Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Second Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii. Therefore, all credi
tors of said Estate and said deceased, are
hereby notified to present their claims,
duly authenticated, with the proper vou
chers, if any exist, even if the claim is
secured by mortgage upon real estate, to
the undersigned, at the office of the Bald
win National Bank, in Kahului, Maui,
within six months from the date of the
first issuance of this notice, otherwise any
such claims not so presented will be for
Dated at Kahului, Maui, May 12th, 1909.
II. P. BALDWIN,
D. C. LINDSAY,
Executors of the Last Will and Testa
ment of Eward Griffin Beckwith, deceas
ed. May 15, 22, 29, June ,5 12, 19.
One horse and buggy and harness for
sale apply to E. O. Born.
- 3(aliului Slailroad Company
BANK OF WAILUKU
W. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President
R. A. Wadsworth, Director
A. Aalberg, Auditor
I Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
I Surplus anil l'roliis ao, 413.75
Due to other Banks 17,385.00
, Circulation I5.97.50
Dividends Unpaid 28.00
named bank, do solemnly swear that th
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