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"HE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1909
Xocals anb personals
Read the Pioneer Store special sales.
Much improvement to the streets a ml
roads in and about Wniliiku is noticeable.
The fire laddies were out on drill Siit
urday afternoon. They had a Rood turn
Miss Nelle, 11. Baker of the Kainehuine
ha Girls' School is on Maui (or her vaca
tion. Rev. R. B. Dodge will preach Sunday
evening in Lahaina in place of Rev.
Miss Edna M. Stephens, a teacher of
the Mid-Pacific Instituts of Honolulu,
is paying Muni a two weeks visit.
James McIIardy who was nt one time
connected with the Kahului Railroad
Co. came up from Honolulu this week.
George Lycurgus intends making great
improvements at the Volcano House to
meet the growing requirements of the
The Federal site in Hilo is being put
in first class shape in expectation of a
visit of the Congressional party early next
Prof. W. P. Alexander, and his
daughter. Miss Afcties B. Alexander are
Juror C. A. Yarick has lieen dismissed
from the jury that is trying the con
spiracy case for being drunk a second
time during the trial. The case Will new
proceed with but eleven pirors.
Owing to the departure of Captain
Randall and family of Kahului all of
their household furniture glass ware,
crockery, rugs, mats, hooks, plants, palms,
etc. etc., will lie sold at public auction at
Kahului on Friday August 27II1 at !o A.
M. by I). H. Davis auctioneer. The list
of articles that will be offered for sale is
too great to lie mentioned.
Captain Roberts Makes a Big
. Mrs. Richard How gave a lnau to
her grandson, Kroll Kaluakini, who
visiting relatives in Haiku and Makawao was a year' old last Sunday.
lint wc ought to pt those laborer?
right. We did not have any ollioial
connection with T7c Aiea laborers
hen we advised then' not to vio
late the law.
"In some eases we did give
official advice, in others we neglect-
d to (in so. You cannot Maine us,
Mr. Kinney, for doing good things
lit one case and omitting to do
good things in other cases."
He said he did not feel respon
ible for anything like that, when
the jiasKage wan quoted to him:
There are dark nights as well
moonlight nights. Loqk out
you do not get' crippled ."
Negoro admitted that prizes were
offered for the best songs and
hymes on Russian spies and
planters dogs. Here is part- ot one
If thev would onlv ;;ease wairging
their tails to please the red-haired
foreigners and come over to
our society, we would supply
them with food.
These tame-looking, tail-wagging
animals, the wild pig and the
The liquor dealers have been compell
ed to increase the price of liquors as a re
sult of the new tariff which went into
effect last week.
Mis9 Ida MacDonald, a well-known
teacher at the Honolulu Normal School
passed through Wailuku on her way to
Idlewyld, where she will spend the
month of August.
Governor Frear has signed a pardon
for Kiyo Sasaki a Japanese woman who
was convicted of perjury at Hilo. She
gave false testimony for a Jap dentist
under threat of losing her life. The
dentist is still in prison. .
A very enjoyable dinner was given
the Kiakona homestead, Peahi, Maul, on
August 7, 1909 at 7 p. in. in honor of
Miss Rachael Kiakona. Those present
were Misse H. Hiakona, A. Kiakona; R.
Kiakona, J. Toomey Messr9. D. Kiakona,
A. Chong, Tin Young, R. Smyth, J. Ke
koanui Jr. Late hours were spend and
the evening will be long remembered by
Mr. C. I)'. Lufkin of Wailuku, Maui,
sells the Inner Player Piano, now 90 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 Spring Mr. Lufkin
renewed business relations with piano
manufacturers with whom he had done
business nelore coming 10 uiese ismiuis. , . . , M Aft
It will be to your interest to ring up Mr. YaHCR rOFieilS JplZ.UU IOf
piano. The Inner Player can be seeiiiin
Wailuku by a llmg on Mr. L,umn.
Last week Dr. ami Mrs. Hurt gave
a supper at the 1'ioncer hotel to some
of their friends.
Little Augusta Waal has come
from Honolulu with her grand
mother to visit her father for a few
Judge Kingsbury was in town on
Tuesday evening to meet friends at
the steamer. 1
The Hcnning family will move to
Mr. J. S. Ralston is back at the
wireless station feeling well from his
Captain Rolx-rts and others made
an immense haul of piha fish on
Tuesday morning. They gave away
thousands of them. . .
By De Bolt
C. A. Yarick,
absence owing to
the juror whose
The prowling, predatory cat who
make9 a living by slaying rats, supple
mented by the contents of ash barrels,
ine enerueuc. uuuac tai wuu uuca uui wa- 1 . . , . .
sider it beneath his dignity todevour the Invented the consp.racy
ravaging rodents, and the tuneful Thomas trial from proceeding that tlay
cat who has heretofore served only as a t00. ',is medicine in court,
mark for boots, shoes or whatever came j j 1)e Bl)t ave a gevere r6,
nrst 10 me uaim 01 me ireit uuuscuuiuci , . 1 1 ic 11: ,41.1
... , .,, primand to him and fined him if 12
us a matter of fart, auv cat. male or I 1
i .im. tai.hw. tnrtn. being the air. ount of jury fees
iseshell, Persian, Angora or just plain earned on four days of last week
cat, as long as he, or she, win only eaten Editor Jsegoro's cross examina
rats, has found a friend in need, a pro- ton wftg ref.UU)e,i at t,e hands 0f
tector in distre and a benefactor in the A Kinney. defenJant
local Board of Health. , '
Hereafter, if the local Board of Health witness volunteered many speeches
. ...1. ! 1
officials can have their way, the cat in I vitll 1)18 answers, nemg inauigeu
Hilo will be protected with the same care hy the court in some cases and not
and venerated witu tBe same respect as jn 0jnergi
was his ancestor, the Holy cat ot ancient
Egypt. Hilo Tribune.
Stopping at Kapanlwal,
One article from the Nippu Jij
on which he was questioned cover
ed a letter from the "Japanese
Union'" oHIana, Maui, addressed
to the "Higher Wages Consumnia
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M. v D A ni Of nnrl Miss null cucieiv ' "milMUIll, JUCIC
dll, nut Aina. v. ... .... ...... -
Haskell of Boston Mass, Miss M. Louise was a request attached that th
Deyo and Miss Helen Severance of Hilo, eJitor "revise . and publish" the
J. D. McVeigh of Molokai, Mrs. J. 1. communication. .
1 a 1 Ar.:, I
Aicveiiru anil uisses rviiuua hhu utnc , . . ,
mcv ' , U tt m 1 It covered a resolution imahed at
...a 1 ri.sM.m Mic. .,, a meeting of the JIana minor
WIlv nu Buut v--ti'-'i 1
Morin, Paris, Miss F.velyn Dewey, New which urged the raising of contri
York, Miss Harriet H. Harding, Chicago, butiollB for the Oahll "brethren'
Miss M. D. Uaker of Honolulu.
Registered at Maul Hotel During
NO. 161. TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
COURT OF IANI) REGISTRATION.
Territory of Hawaii to THE HAWAIIAN
COMMERCIAL AND SUGAR COM
PANY; M. HOR1TA; I. SHIRA
TORI; YOSHIMA; M. ANEMOTO;
l'L'KUYA; ANTONIO 1'. SARI'I
NHA; HAIKU SUGAR COMl'ANY;
KAI.AKAUA; NISHIMURA; AN
TOSIA l'AVAO, MIGUAt. 1'AVAO,
FRANK l'AVAO, GLORIA PAVAO,
MINNIE l'AVAO, JOIINIE l'AVAO,
MRS. MARY M ERA DA, .MRS.
EMILY FRANK, MRS. ALICE
HURANS, heirs of Manuel l'avao;
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
by Charles R. Henienway, as Attor
ney General; COUNTY OF MAUI,
by W. F. l'ngue, as Chairman of the
Hoard of Supervisors; HEIRS OF
JAMES P. WILKINS; HEIRS OF
LUAHINE WILKINS, anil to ALL
whom it may concern:
WHEREAS, a petition has been pre
sented to said Court by CLARICNCE G.
WHITE to register and confirm his title
jn the following-descriled land:
T'ortions of Grant 121 to Richard Ann-
strong and Grant 220 to W. L. Lee, in
Haiku and 1'auwela, Maui.
Keginning at a stone marked with a
cross at end of fence on the west edge of
the 1'auwela gulch, the co-ordinates, of
59' 23 1
341 c 45
4- 344 t' 1
Charles Horswill, A. J. Silva, James
McIIardy J. Troup, Miss Ada M. Arthur,
Frank J. Hare, E. Frank Moseley C. W.
Ashford of Honolulu, W. L. Decoto, A.
N. Hayselden of Lahaina, Miss Josephine
Deyo,- Miss Caroline Totter of Hilo, Mrs.
Grace P. Haven, Maunaolu, G. Giaio
metti, Olaa, J. J. Pajje, A. Constabel,
Mrs. A. Constabel, Honolulu, Miss
Weinzheimer, Lahaina and K. Roendahl,
Holders of Oahu Railway it Land Co.
six per cent llonds are requested to pre
seut same for redeiiiption, without delay,
at Bank of Claus Spreckels it Co., Hoiio
lulu. Aug. 14, ai. 28.
as rapidly as possible, and contain
ed the declaration, "We refuse to
subscribe to the Hawaii Shinpo.
Negoro had received other
similar letters and until shown
this one in print said he did not
remember it particularly. He gaid
he did not read the articles over
very carefully before passing them
to the printer. The publication of
this one was an oversight. It
could not be construed as guilty
knowledge against the editors of
the Nippu Jiji was one of the
opinions he ventured.
"If we had any otliciul connec
tion with thofe outside organiza
tions." Neuoro said, "we should
have been careful about any sug
gestion of violations of law. W(;
did not feci any stirring of inin 1
prf.irie (grass) dog, will fall into said stone referred to the Haiku Triangu-
the hands of some hunter or
'Throughout the eijht islands of
Hawaii there is not a single man
'who does not hate the dog and
the pig because they prevent the
rise of wages.
Thev cannot he left as they are
now." Because when dogs and
pigs are free to go where they
please, there is no saying when
and where or whom they will
As an ending of the affair this
time call together a few hunters
and ouicklv slay the dog and
the pig ''
Negoro, on being asked about
this feature of his -paper, gave a
prelude in the form of a compari
son between strikes abroad and the
Japanese strike here. In the latter
there was no firiiiz of nistols or
flashing of knives.
Kinnev ierked him up on the
knife proportion, which caused a
heated protest from Lightfoot
against ringing in the Sheba stabb
"This thing was addressed to
laborers among w hom yon had to
tro constantly and advise them to
keep the peace?" Kinney asked
with reference to the dog and pig
"No,'' Negoro replied.- "lou
cannot say that this thing was ad
dressed to the laborers. It was an
"Was it an inspiration to say
oheba will not die on heu or
That is poetic, the witness an
swered. "It was in the funny
column. It is addressed in Jap
anese language for Japanese
" I am speaking for the Jiji.
These articles did not call for vio
"Was it not a part of the con
spiracy,'' Kinney proceeded to ask,
"to have these associations on the
surface not connected with you, so
that if they did anything unlawful
you could not bo held responsible?"
Lightfoot's objection to the word
conspiracy, on the ground that
conspiracy had not been proved,
was sustained and Kinney sub
stituted the phrase "plan of the
Hiffher Wasre Association'' for
Negoro answered by quoting por
tions of the sx rules adopted at a
mass meeting at the Japanese Y
M. C. A. hall. Asked if there was
. no check on the part of members
upon the actions of the oflicers,
C mrrwn 4tA filwmt a vuru i n f uriim 1 I i. 3j6 9
i.tgWlV. 11 OUVU. ..j . -j-
mode of deliberation pursued by
the members of the executive com
mittee. There were minutes of
the transactions in a book, but the
u.eetings would perhaps be a casual
coming together of Makino and
himself on the street. ' When for
mal meetings were held all of the
committee of twenty might not be
present, but outsiders were per
mitted to come in and listen. The
officers were recognized as the exe
II. 145 0 oK',
lation Station are lj73.H
feel south and 43S0.5 l et
east, and running by true
t. 24S s 35', 50 feet, along the upper
side ot the Lowrie Ditch
to an iron pile;
. 338 35'. 50 feet, to an iron pipe;
35'i 5 feet, to an iron pipe;
35', 50 feet, to the initial oint.
and containing an area of
2500 square feet.
Yon are hereby cited to appear at the
Court of Land Registration, to be held
at the City and County of Honolulu on
the 15th day of September, A. D. looq.
at one o'clock and thirty minutes in the
afternoon, to show cause, if any you
have, why the prayer of said petition
should not be granted. And unless you
appear at said Court at the time and place
aforesaid your default will be recorded,
and the said petition will be taken as
Confessed, and you will be forever barred
from contesting said petition or any de
cree entered thereon.
Witness the Honorable W.J. ROlilN-
SON, Judge of said Court, this fith day
of August, in the year nineteen hundred
Attest with Seal of said Court:
(Seal.) M. T. SIMONTON,
Aug. 14, 21, 2.S.
Notice of .Stile of Lnntl nt Ofinda,
At twelve o'clock noon. Wednesday,
August 25th, I900, at front entrance to
Court House, Wailuku, Maui, there will
be sold at public auction under Part IV,
Section 17, Land Art 1S95, Section 276
Revised Laws of Hawaii, the following
3H.20 Acres more or less of kula land,
at Olinda, Makawao, Maui, upset price
Sio.ix) per acre. The Purchaser binding
himself to erect within three mouths
from date of sale a lawful fence enclosing
the entire lot and to plant within six
months from date of sile 600 growing
trees upon said lot. Terms, Cash.
Commissioner of Public Lands. '
Dated July 16, Kkj.
July 24, 31, Aug. 7, 14, 21.
Scrap Iron Co.
C. II. HROWN - - - MANAGER
Highest price paid for Old Bras',
Scrap Iron and all metals.
Dealer ill Second-hand Machinery.
Tel. 642. P. O. llox 547.
Fine Job Printing nt the
Maui Publishing Co.
lation Station being 702.6 feet South and
5055.0 feet East, and running by true
1462 feet, along fence along
land of Haiku Sugar Co.
to fence corner at road;
59 s 23'. 54-5. feet from
stone marked with cross
on line of fence;
576 feet, to iron pipe on
East edge of the Haiku
606 feet, to point in Haiku
297 feet, to point on east
side of the Haiku gulch;
2S2 os'. isSfeet, to point on the
upper edge of the Lowrie
Northeasterly along the upper edge
of the Lowrie Ditch to
west side of road, the
direct azimuth and dis
tance being 239 0 31 ',690.3
320 22', 295 feet, along fence along
land sold to Manuel Pavao;
66 30', 740 feet, along same to
east edge of Haiku gulch;
Southeasterly nlolig the east edge of
the Haiku gulch to end of
fence, the direct azimuth
and distance being 302
Si 493-6 feet;
259 08', 627 feet, along fence along
laud of Haiku Sugar Co.
to iron pipe, the co-or
dinates of said iron pipe
referred to the Haiku
Triangulation Station be
ing 2701.3 feet south and
47S9.2 feet east;
205 feet, along land of We
lakaili Kaon on 1 to iron
08', 222 feet, along sume to
iron pipe on west edge of
the Pauwela gulch;
Northerly along the west edge of the
Pauwela gulch to a point
on the lower side of the
Lowrie ditch the direct
azimuth and distance be
ing 1S7O 34", 402.2 feet;
259 oo', in feet, down the side of
the Pauwela gulch along
laud of Haiku Sugar Co;
76 feet, along L. C. A.
6510PP, Apana 1 to Niu to
point on. east edge of
93 feet, along land of Hai
ku Sugar Co. ;
iSo3 35', 207 feet, along same;
237 0 30', 189 feet, along same
southeast corner of L.
A. 4579. Apana 5, to D.
104 5 40', 260 feet, along L. C
4579, Apana 5, to D. Ii, to
southwest corner of same;
82 3 30', 62 feet, to angle in fence
on west edge of the Pau
21. 70 45', 221 feet, along fence along
land sold to A. P. Sardi
uha to corner post, the
co-ordiuutes of said post
referred to Haiku Trian
gulation Station being
1665.5 feet south and 4632-
.4 feet east;
427.4 feet, along same to
30', 87 feet, along same to ditch
of Haiku Sugar Co.;
296 s 60', 164 feet, along said ditch
along Sardinha to west
edge of Pauwela gulch
Northerly along the west edge of the
Pauwela gulch to the ini
tial point, the direct
azimuth and distance be
ing 197 25,574.7 feet.
Containing an area of 47.03 Acres, a little
more or less, excepting
and reserving there from
a burial lot ilescribcil as
lleginuing ut an iron pipe on the upper
edge of the Lowrie Ditch
whose co-ordinates referr
ed to the Haiku Triuugu
Three Styles in colors
$10.00, $15.00, $17.50 each
A very desirable quality,
style and finish, and ex
cellent value for the money
15. 19s0 40
16. 115 50',
22. 1S1 o 52',
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you of the fact.
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This because it in sterilized and can he depended upon for clean
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