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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1909
V. L. Iecotu was in town the earlv
part of the week. ,
Miss Woodehouse was a passenger to
the city Wednesday.
A. F. Cooke was a returning passenger
to Honolulu Wednesday.
Doctor I. W. Davidson was a Wailuku
caller Thursday of this week.
lS. Keliinoi is still detained in Kona
by the serious illness of Mrs. Keliinoi.
Miss Hannah Ciitnniitigs is visiting
Miss Rose I lockings of Fain this week.
Miss Kathlene Kealoha of Waihoe went
to Honolulu Fridav for the summer vaca
Eugene Duvauclielle and August Rei
man were in town the early part of this
District Road Superintendent W. F,
Hal is having Market street oiled this
Alfred F. Wakefield of Honolulu is on
Maui this week selling goods to the tner
A shipment of ten barrels of Kaupaka
lua Wine was sent to Iovejoy & Co. by
the last Claudiiie.
F. L. LaMoreaux, a piano tuner with
uie Hergstroui .Music uo. ot Honolulu is
at the Maui Hotel.
There was-an unusually large number
of passengers to Maui Tuesday by way of
Mr. Ilibino of the Kahului Wholesale
Liquor Company went to Honolulu by
the Claudiue of this week.
C. W. Ashford of Honolulu came up to
Maui Tuesday evening and appeared for
the defendant in a divorce.
Harry T. Mills the successful bill col
lector is in town on business. Several de
linquents are side stepping.
Kapaniwai is the ideal summer resort
tor me warm season tn atmosphere is
cool and the scenery grnnd.
Services will be held as usual at half
past seven Sunday evening in I'nion
Church. Mist Lee will sing.
Dan Dri9coll returned from the city
Tuesday with his daughters who have
been attending school in Honolulu.
. Rev. Mr. Dodge and a party of five left
for Haleakala and Hast Maui on Tuesday.
They have had a successful tript and no
Notice the ad of Manufacturers' Shoe
Co. in this issue. It shows a very stylish
shoe for men's wear at a very reasonable
L. M. Vetlesen of Honolulu came up
to Maui to visit his two sons. He and
the children returned to the city Wed
Harry and Albert Decker have resign
ed their positions with the l'uunene store
and will leave for Honolulu at the end
of the mouth.
Ben Decker has resigned. his position
with the Kahului store and expects to
leave for Honolulu shortly after the end
of the month.
Miss Hattie Maule a teacher in the
Waihee school was a passenger to Hono
lulu Friday night. She will spend her
Superintendent D. W. Lowell of the
I'aia mill sailed on the Claudiue for the
metropolis Wednesday. He is expected
to return today.
Mrs. P. F. I'eck and child were pas
sengers to the city this week by the
Claudine. They were accompanied by
Miss Rose C. Peck.
D. B. Murdock, F. P. Rosecrans, R. A.
Wadsworth, D. C. Lindsay and C. D.
Lufkin left Kahului Saturday for the
rubber plantations of Nahiku.
McPee, the draughtsman has been in
Kahului some days doing work for the
Railroad Company. He returned to the
city by the Claudine Wednesday.
Superintendent E. B. Carley of the
Maui Telepheue Company retimed this
week from Molokai where he went to
erect a telephone line for the county.
Judge W. A. McKay has been granted
a vacation and he and Mrs. McKay are
spending the same in Lahaina is the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Waldcyer.
George B. Schrader of the freight de
partment of the Kahului Railroad office
Company has resigned. He has been
steadily with the company for over two
' Mrs. Penhallow, came up to Maui Sat
urday and spent a few days visiting her
son Manager II. It. Penhallow and his
family. She returned to Honolulu Wed
nesday. George Ah See, the Market street mer
chant left on the Claudiue for Honolulu
where he will take a steamer for China.
He expects to be away a manlier of
The Claudine took out Considerable
freight for Honolulu Wednesday. Among
the local freight shipped was four horses,
fifty bags of com, hogs, hides, crates of
chickens, aud empty bottles.
Harry K. Leland, of San Francisco has
placed many orders for belting from local
concerns, Mr. Leland makes an annual
trip to the islands and has the satisfaction
of increasing his trade each year.
Police officer Joseph Pestano and Miss
Annie Leval were married at the Catholic
church Sunday. A reception was held at
the home of the y oung couple imme
diately after the services at the church
K. Kopke of the Honolulu Iron Works
was on Maui this week escorting two Jap
anese gentlemen over the sugar estates
and incidentally investigating the ma
chinery used in the sugar production
Superintendent J. N. S. Williams of
the Kahului Railroad Company return
ed Tuesday evening front Honolulu
where he was in conference with certain
officials relative to the nrosneetive
wharves at Kahului.
Mr. A. F. Cooke came down from
Hawaii on the Manna I.oa Monday even
ing. He was accompanied by Miss J. W
Robinson of Vassar College. While in
Wailuku they were the guests of Miss
Turner of the Alexander House.
coining has leen seen on the streets
of Wailuku that can compare with the
peach basket hats for downright ntliness.
It is said that as a lady from the city
walked down Main street the other day
wiin one on uer neau even the weeping
The story is going the rounds that
young fellow was recently telling his best
girl that Dr. Carey the dentist had told
him that lie had a large cavity which
needed filling. She innocently asked
whether the doctor had prescribed any
particular course of studv.
John T. Bright, alias J. K. Baker, Jr.
he who did up the hotels and put himself
in hiding from the police in the Palama
hospital, has apologized to Sheriff Jarrett
for not inviting him to a 157 dinner at
the Young Hotel, a dinner that was
never paid for. Jarrett has accepted the
apology Bud has made Bright his guest
at the police station pending his return
to Hilo to answer to charges of gross
Mr. C. D. Lufkin of Wailuku. Maui
sells the Inner Player Piano, now so ex
tensively advertised in the magazines.
If you want a piano of any style or price
it will be to your interest to consult him.
When in the East last Surinu Mr. Lufkin
renewed business relations with piano
manufacturers with whom he had done
business before coming to these islands.
It will be to your interest to ring up Mr.
Lufkin if you contemplate purchasing a
piano. The Inner Player can be seen in
ailuku by a Umg on Mr. Lufkin.
Guestsiit Kapaniwaf, lao Valley.
Mrs. J. D. McVeigh, Misses Emma and
Marie McVeigh, Mrs. Clifford Charlock
and Misses Goldie aud Sylvia Charlock
of Honolulu, Esaiomle Whitman and C.
R. Lothrop of New York City.
Guefctti Registered at the Maui
Hotel during the Week.
D. L. Austin and wife, Edward Ingham,
Walker Macfarlane, James H. Ward,
C. A. Broderick, II. A. ltroderick, Mrs.
Wm. E. Foster, Miss. A. J. Foster, A. M.
Brown, B. Waggoner, lr, and Mrs. J. M.
Dowsett, H. M. Dowsett, F. L. Dowsett,
A. A. Dowsett, II. S. Simpson, Robert
A. Shingle, Raymond C. Brown ami
party, F. L. La Moreaux, Rav Irwin, C.
Brown, C. W. Ashford, C. F. Herrick,
Wm. Henry, Harry T. Mills, Ernest
Kopke of Honolulu. T. Kikijima and J.
Kanatchi of Formosa, H. E. 'Leland of
Sail Francisco, W. G. Scott and wife of
faia, and W. L. Decoto of Lahaina.
At Wailuku Town Hall a Hawaiian
coat-of-arms enamelled brooch. Owner
can have same by proving property and
Notice is hereby given that I have re
cently acquired the sole ownership of the
Maui Stables formerly owned by Hans
Any one having any claim against the
said stable should present the same be
fore August 31st, and all persons owing
the said stables are notified to make
settlement of the same before August
31st or the same will lie put in the hands
of a collector.
July 17, J4, 31- Aug. 7, 14, ai, as.
Certificate of Deposit No. 5018 issued
by the First National Bank of Wailuku
under date of June 25th 1909 for f ion to
Julius von Sigmond is lost.
Certificate of Deposit No. 131 issued by
the Baldwin National Bank of Kahului
under date of July 2nd 1909 for $100 to
Julius von Sigmond is lost.
All persons are hereby warned not to
negotiate said certificates or either of
Wailuku, Maui, July 15th 1909.
JULIL'S VON SIGMOND.
Were Applied to Rev. Dennis
Honolulu, July 20. Dcnni
davin, nf Oakland and Los An
geles, claiming to he I ho reHurrcet
on .jckus i iirist, arrived in town
this morning by the Manna I.oa
after leaving Kona under pressure
rrom tne antliorilies, though not
before lie had received a coat nf tar
and feathers at the hands of the
people of that section who lux
been aroused to a pitch of the
highest excitement hy the manner
in which he was attempting to con
duct his "rcligintu work.'' On the
same steamer were Miss Alice K
Raird and a Miss Carlson, tint It of
whom have been committed to he
insane asylum The former is said
to have been brought to her condi
uon tnrougn some hypnotic in
fluenee of Gavin's but in the case
of Miss Carlson, it is believed by
some that she is a confederate of
Gavin's and that the plot of th
two was to get Miss Raird's money
from her under the gui-ie of using
it to spread the new religion.
iiiss Sanson claims that she is
f! i, I 1 . , .
Eve, and one of her stunts in Ktv
mi was 10 tane on an ner wearing
. 1 fr tii
apparel and run along the govern
ment road, trying to teach the
gospel as Gavin proclaims it. Miss
Baird believes fully in Gnvin'e
teachings but her insanity over the
matter did not reach the stag
shown in the other woman. When
Miss Carlson started the Eve stunt
Miss Baird followed her and cloth-
d her in a holoku.
Gavin claims that he is Jesus
Christ, who has come back to earth
10 spreuu a new religion. Mentions
marks on his feet which he claims
were mads by nails with which h
was nailed to the Cross nml spreads
the doctrine that the earth today
is heaven. He wished to make a
trip around the world in which
there was to be a party of seven of
whom he, Miss Carl on an Miss
Baird were to be three. The money
for the trip, in which the new re
ligion was to be taught was to be
furnished by Miss Baird. Luckily
the end (Mime before Gavin had
achieved his ends, and he obtained
very little money.
The tar and feather operation
was carried on very ijuietly. The
county authorities know nothing
whatever of the matter and state
that they are unable to obtain anv
information in regard to ii. So far
as any action towards prosecuting
those who took part, the affair is a
sealed book and no one in anxious
to break the seal.
Gavin is said to have known
Miss Carlson before he came to
Hawaii and the latter has been
with Miss Baird eversince the time
when the Kona Orphanage was
given up For this reason it is
suspected that they have together
planned the scheme to separate
Miss Baird from her money. Miss
Baird has always been of a very
nervous disposition and easily led
to religious excitement. Under the
influence of (Savin she has com
pletely lost Iter self control and
will talk of little but religion. She
devoutly believes Savin when he
says that he is here with a divine
blessing to lead the way to a new
religion and if allowed her liberty
would immediately go back to his
It is understood that the police
are looking for (Savin and that he
will be given a chance to leave the
country or more serious charges
than he imagines may be preferred
Wanted: Young Cockerels in quan
Alleged Conspirators Face
Honolulu, July i!i. This morn
ing the actual trial of V. Sogn, F.
. Makino, V. Tasaka, K. Kawa-
mura, G. Negnro and M. Ynmashiro
for conspiracy to destroy the busi
ness of five sugar plantations on this
land liegiin before Judge pe Unit.
It was on June 2-S that the jury
was sworn to try the case, its cm
paneling having taken over a week.
but the trial was continued from
time to time to await the conclusion
f the Waipahu riot trial before
he jurors are Sam I'imiilii.
I'orge lownsend Jr., Henry 11.
lemer, John 1). Padakon, Hiram
olomoku, John Mitchell, Charles
De La Xux, T. C. McGuire, S.
. Kamakau, W. K. Tyrell, David
. Fuller Chas. A. Yarick.
At the opening of proceedings at
10 o'clock W. A. Kinney and S. M.
Sallou appeared for the prosecution
and J. Lightfoot for the dcfi 'Use.
Mr. Kinney made an opening ad-
Iress to tin- jury. Having first road
the charge against the defendants
pom the indictments he proceeded
state the facts that the prosocu
ion would endeavor to establish by
At the conclusion of the prosccu
n's statement shortly before 12
clock, the trial was continued
until X::l() o'clock on Wednesday
morning. This break was made to
give counsel a day's rest after the
ng riot trial in which the same
attorneys wore engaged.
Mr. Kinney said that it would be
ihown that a controversy arose about
the middle of hist year over the
question of getting higher wages,
r the Japanese lalxiivrs. Xegoro,
who had boon attending school at
the coast, returned about this time.
submitted an article to Sheba,
ditor of the Hawaii Shinpo, for
publication in that pajx r but Sheba
thought it too radical.
Jury in Riot Case Fails to
Honolulu, July 111 After hcine
out since four o'clock Saturday after
noon, having laen sent to the Young
Hotel in c harge of RailifT Harrison
at 10 o'clock that night, the jury
trying Jotaro Mikawa and nine
others for riot was brought into
otirt at nine o'clock this morning.
only to have its foreman .declare for
the third or fourth time thai the
jury could not agree on a verdict.
Jtnlgc Robinson once more "sent
the jurors out, giving thorn again
what is called "the third degree"
instruction, this U ing a strong ad
monition that it was their sworn
luty to exercise reason in weighing
the evidence and coming to an agree
ment. At H) o'clock, however, the jury
ugain same into court and roixirting
continued disagreement, the vote
standing st ven to five, they wore
lischarged. It is said that the ma
jority was for conviction.
The empaneling of a jury in this
aso was liogun on June I and com
pleted the following day. Oefen-
lants were charged with riot in at
tempting to rescue a prisoner from
'oliceman Wills, who had arrested
liim for a broach of the peace in con
nection with the strike of .laiiatic.se'
laborer at Waipahu, the village
where the mill of Oahu Sugar Co.
With the exception of Sundays
and a legal holiday the trial con
tinued daily from the swearing of
the jury. Its cost to the Tcrritorv
lias been f SI 1 .20. as computed bv
Notice of Sale of Lund nt Olintln.
At twelve o'clock noon, Wednesday,
AlllfUSt astll. loou. lit frnut fnlr-i.,.-.. ...
Court House, Wailuku, .Maui, there will
De sold at public auction under Part IV.
Section 17, Land Act 1S95, Section 276
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n.evisen i.au-s or 1 u-gn 11, 1.. 11.
20 Acres more or leu i,f l-,.l,. 1 1
"i mini a. , akani. Muni ,,,,.. .........
$10.00 per acre. The Purchaser bin. linn
Himself to erect within three m-inths
irotll date of sa e a liiu-fnl f,.,,.... 1...
me enure 101 ana to plant within six
........ 1. - 1 . . .
iiKMium irom fiHie or s:i h fino trr,,,,.,,,..
utrcn uikiii said 101. lerms. Cash.
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Commissioner of Public Lands
Dated 1 11 1 v if. idk.
July 24, 31, Aug. 7, 14, 21.
l.N THE CIRCUIT COt'RT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
KITORV OK HAWAII.
In the matter of the Estate of HATSU
TARO YAMANO, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to all nersons
Having claims against the Estate of
II ATSUTARO YAMANO. formal! v of
Hamakuapoko, Maui, Territory of Ha
waii, to present the same 1 1 the under
signed, Jutaro Kuwabara, administrator
of said estate, at his place of business in
Hamakuapoko, Maui, within six months
irom date of publication of this notice,
or they will be forever barred.
J)ated at Wailuku, Maui, this July 16,
Administrator of Estate of Hatsutaro
July 17, 24, 31, Aug. 7.
1JM HIE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
In the matter of the Estate of CIIONG
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to all nersons
having claims against the Estate of
CHONO YEE, late of Kalaupapn, Mo-
lokai .territory of Hawaii, to tiresent the
ame to the undersigned. C D. Lufkin,
Administrator of said estate, at his place
of business in Wailuku, Maui, within six
months from date of publication of this
notice, or they will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this July 16,
C. D. Lt'EKIN,
Administrator of Estate of Clioiig Yee.
July 17, 24. 31, Aug. 7.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TERRI
TORY OF HAWAII.
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of ALELA'
NI P. KAHALE, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against the Estate of Ale
lani P. Kahale of Wailuku, County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, to present
the same to the Undersigned, L. M.
Haldwin of Wailuku, Maui, Administra
tor of said Estate, within six (6) months
from the date of publication of this
notice, or they will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, July 17, 1909.
L. M. BALDWIN,
Administrator of the Estate of Alelani
July 17, 24, 31. Aug. 7.
Will Give n
Musical Concert and Dance
At Wailuku Town Hall
July .'llftt, IJIOO.
Admission 50 cts.
Don't fail to bo there
Trains will leavt-as fol
7.00 p. in., rminil trin
prt'ckt'Isville 1 .1.1 p. in. rontut trip
50 cento. runtime 7.15 p. m.
round trip 50 cents. Kahului 7."0
p. 111. round trip 2."i cents.
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Bookcases and Filing
Cabinets, Universal Ad
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Typewriter supplies lv
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The prices will be the same
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all inquiries regarding any of
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Scrap Iron and all metals.
Dealer in Second-hand Machinery.
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Knights of I'vthins Hall, Wailuku, on the
second ami fourth Saturdays of each
AIL visiting mcmljers art- cordially in
viteil to attend.
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