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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1909
Many Matters'of Importance
Before the Board.
(Continued from last issue.)
Chairman I'iifiMi reported that
the County Engineer is in : k i 11; (lie
survey ns required , and (hut tin
1:tutatiti liii.i Hnt it purveyor to
assist willi the work and has furn
ished all of the laborers and litis
paid them nt no cost to the County.
There was much discussion about
the matter of the appropriat ion for
teachers salaries anil the fact that
there is not suflieient funds for Un
employment of teachers ill some
instances where they are badly
Conimj-soner Aiken pointed out
the fact that the Republican plat
form provided for the restoration
of former salaries and that had
A communication whs received
from the governor relative to an
exchange of lands for a park nite
Chairman Pogua paid that he
intended to get into communication
with Superintendent Marston Camp
bell while he is here on his present
tour and would do so hut ptated
that Mr. Campbell came up Tues
day evening and went to Keanae
the following day and expected to
ni'ike the trip to the top of Halea
kala and there go to Lahaina in
time to catch the Pteamer Friday.
Thi is certainly going some and in
order to get hold of the strenuous
Superintendent it will probably he
necessary to get him on the wing.
-, Superintendent of Forestry. Hos
nier wrote that he had asked Man
agers Weinzheimer, Penhallow,and
Chalmers of this island as well as
'Mr, David Fleming to grow plants
for the Forestry bureau for local
dist ribution and charge the expense
of their work to the bureau.
From many requisitions sent in
from teachers and from a number
of communications from the De
partment of Education it is evident
that there will bo friction between
the Supervisors and the Depart
ment unless an adjustment of dif
ferences can be made.
Henry Smith, the chief clerk of
the Sprene Court w rote the board
of the date of the exiration of the
commissions of the several District
Magistrates of the County. The
DLstJict Magistrates are E. II.
Holers, Lahaina; V. A. McKay,
Wailuku; C. Copp, Makawao; Guy
S. Goodness, Honuaula; L. K. Ka
knni, liana; J. K. Piimanu, Kipa-
hulu; C. C. Conradt, Pukoo; John
Kahani, Kalaupapa; S. K. Kahoo
halahala, Lanai. "
Secretary II. P. Wood of the
Promotion Committee wrote the
board asking for information rela
tive to the roads of this island.
Doctors Weddick, Win. Osmcrs,
Farrell and St. Sure made applied
tion for the position of County
Physician but action on them was
deferred on account of Dineger
withdrawing his resignation as
The Inter-Island people wrote
offering credit to the county while
a communication from . li
Scott llai, the poundmaster of
Kaupo wrote the board asking that
a pound be built at the county's
expense nearer his home.
Governor Frear wrote that the
Territory would be glad to ex
change lands for other lands neces
sary for schools and park?.
Superintendent of Public Works,
Marston Campbell wrote the board
than the price of pipe had decreas
ed so much that he expected to be
able to get a twelve inch wooden
pipe lino for Kula instead of c. four
inch pipe and that by this means
2,500,000 gallons of water would
be furnished daily instead of 500,
000 as was at first contemplated.
He wrote that there would be no
objection to tapping the main for
the benefit of residents of Paia but
eaid that in all cases meters would
he used and each party -would be
compelled to pay according to the
unoiint to water used. Mr. Camp
hell wrote that hi would keep the
people informed of the progress in
the work but said that the pipe
could not arrive here before Janu
ary 1st of lit 10.
Chairman Pogue called the at
tention of the board to(the fact
that there nr" frupienlly received
communication which require
immediate answer and as there is
no one am Inn In answer them
he requested permission to answer
them olliciallv mid stated that he
would he willing to come to the
county seat weekly and answer
them. Thi authorization was
made by the hoard.
The Merchandise Department of
the Kahului Railroad Company
wrote asking fur an ollicial testi
monial regarding the Omega Sun
light gas generator which was
S. W. Kaheona wrote the lmard
asking that certain charges of
wrong doing in re road matters'be
The Clerk was instructed to write
him to the cITect that the committee
on public improvements was in 11a-
lawa recently and would be there
again in December and that the
complaints would be heard at any
time that the committee was there
or in case he felt interested in the
matter sullieiently to lay the matter
before the lioanj at any of its
sessions in Wailuku the matter
Would he given due consideration.
The Kahului Railroad Company
wrote the lxiard suggesting that it
accept safe that had been damaged
to the extent of broken wheels while
in transit at Salina Cruz and guaran
teeing that the damages would be
made good at no expense to the
County. This oiler was accepted.
Henry Smith of tin; Supreme
Court wrote that the oath of ollice
of District Magistrate Guy S. Good
ness had been received.
Secretary of the Territory, E. A.
Mott-Smith, asked the hoard for
a list of the police officers of the
Wall, Nichols Co. and A. ft.
rleigli wrote the board relative to
school desks and submitted cata
A number of teachers, wrote the
hoard for school supplies while
others who have a better under
standing of the law wrote only for
repairs and things necessary for the
A communication from Sheriff
Saffery was received in regard to
the apiMiintment of detectives. The
lioard evidently had not intended
that the sheriff have on the regular
pay roll a force of detectives but use
the appropriation s needed for
special work. .
The sheriff wrote the Ixiard rela
tive to weights and measures. This
is an important matter and should
One school principal wrote that
the school stove had but one link of
pipe. This caused a smile and the
hoard proceeded to take up a com
uiunicatioii from lire chief J. F.
Welsh who recom mended that the
hose which was liought without
authorization by former Chief
Coelho lie paid for. SuR-rvisor Ly
ons called attention to the fact that
we arc short of funds but finally
moved to pay the hill and keep the
hose. This motion carried.
County Attorney J. L. Coke sub
mittcd a blank lease from the Ka
hului Kail road Company to the
County for the approval of tin
Uiard. The lease is for a site for ii
jail and txilice officer's residence.
The communication was referred to
the supervisor from Wailuku.
The Itoard apixiinted Carl Ii. An
drews assistant County Engineer for
the District of Makawao.
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 ngainst the
said stable should present the same be
fore August 31st, and ull persons owing
the said stables lire notified to make
settlement of the same before August
31st or the same will Ih put in the bands
of a collector.
T. BURLF.M. v
July 17, 24, 3- Aug. 7, 14, si, 28.
Mortgngce'i Notice of Intention
to Foreclose, find of Mole.
Notice is hereby given that, under
power of sale contained ui Mortgage
dated October 7, 1907, from the Maui
Steam Laundry, Ltd. a domestic corpo
ration, to the First National Hank nt
Wailuku, a corporation, the owner and
holder thereof intends to foreclose same,
ami sell said mortgage property because
of ii. ill-payment of principle and interest
lue on promisory note secured thereby.
The above mortgage was given to
secure payment of a promissory note for
twenty-live hundred dollars, of even date
therewith, payable on demand, executed
by said Mam Steam Laundry, Ltd. to
said First National Hank of Wailuku, or
order, NOTICF, IS L1KKWISK UIVF.N
that, after the expiration of three weeks
from date of first publication of this
notice, to-wit, on Monday August 30th,
1909 at twelve o'clock noon of said day,
said mortgaged property, for the reasons
above stated, will be Sold at public auction
at the front entrance to the Court house,
in Wailuku County of Maui, Territory of
Terms of sale Cash, nnd deeds at. ex
pense of purchaser.
For Further particulars apply to the
First National Hank of Wailuku, or to 1).
H. Case, its attorney.
First National Hank of Waiu;kh,
Dated August 14th, 1 909.
Description of Property to be sold.
All of the property of the Maui Steam
Laundry, Ltd., including the laundry
building, cottage, outhouses, and lease
hold rights held nnd enjoyed by said
Co., a partial list of which is as follows:
One 20-horse jiower Horizontal Return
One 7x9 Snell mid Neharg F.ngine;
One 30 horse power National Feed
Two No. 2 36x30 Wood washers;
One 64x16 Steam Mangle;
One Section wood dry-room, complete
with three trucks;
One No. 9 Combined collar, cuff mid
One No. 32 Hody Ironer;
One No. 2 Gas machine; and all appli
ances and fixtures constituting a portion
of the above laundry machinery.
HOOLAtl A A KA UltiA PAA MO RAM
b HOOKO A E KUAI.
Ke hoolaha ia nku nei, niamuli o ka
mana ma kekahi Moraki i hanaia Okato
ba 7, 1907, mai ka Maui Steam Laundry,
Limited, he hui kuloko i hoohuiia, i ka
First National Hank of Wailuku, he hui
i hoohuiin, o ka ona a me ka mea nana e
paa nei ke uiauao nei e hooko aku, u e
kuai i ka waiwai i tnor.ikiia no ka uku
oleia o ke kumupaa nine ka ukupanee o
ka nota i hoopaaia e ua moraki Ma.
O ka moraki uialuna ua haawiia i mea
e hoopaa m i ka ukuia ana o kekahi hota
no iwakaluakumamalimahaueri dala, ma
in la book alii no, e ukuia i ka uiannwn e
koiia ai, a i kakauiuoaia hoi e ua Maui
Steam Laundry, Limited, Ma, ia ua F'irst
National Hank of Wailuku Ma, a i kana
KE HOOLAHA FU IA AKU NEI NO
HOI, mnhope o ka pau ana o ekolu pule
mai ka la mua o ka hoopukaia ana o keia
hoolaha, oia hoi, ma ka I'oakuhi, Augate
30, 1909, ma ka hora 12 o ke awakea o
ua la Ma, o ka wniwni i morakiia, no na
kumu i hoikeia maluna a'e, a kuaiia aim
ma ke kudala akea ma ka puka komo o
ka Hale Hookolokolo, ma Wuiluku, Ka-
lann, o Maui, Teritori o Hawaii.
Ke auo o ke kuai, ma ke ilalu kmke, a
na ka mea kuai mai e uku i na I1I0 no
ka pnlapala kuai.
No na mea i koe e ninau i ka First
National Hauk of Wailuku, a i oleia ia I).
H. Case, kono loio.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAll.l KC,
Mea l'aa Moraki.
Hanaia, August 14, 1909. " '
Ke ano n ka waiwai e kuaiia ana:
O ka waiwai npau loa o ka Maui Steam
Laundry, Limited, oia hoi ka hale holoi
ame aianalolei hale uoho, na hale e a'e,
auie ke kuleaua hoolimalima i paaia a
hoohauaia e ua Hui Ma, a peuei ke auo o
ta mau mea ma ke auo nui:
I look alii 20 horse power Hori.ontal
Return Tubular Hoiler;
Hookahi 7x9 Snell & Neharg Kngine;
Hookahi 30 horse power National I'Vcd
Ivlua No. 2, 36x30 Wood Wiuhers;
Hookahi 64x16 Steam Mangle;
Hookahi Section wood dry-room, com
plete with three trucks;
Hookahi No. 9 Combined collar, cud
and shirt ironer;
Hookahi No. 32 Hody Ironer;
Hookahi No. 2 Uas machine ame na
mea liana e a'e e pili ana a he mahele
hoi 110 na niikini holoi ame aiana lole.
Bid for the Construction of the
Wuiluku Fish .Market.
Sealed tenders will tie received at my
office in Honolulu up to uooii, August
28th, 1909, for the construction of a fish
market at Wailuku, Maui. Plans to he
had at my oflice and of J. M. Vivas at
The right to reject any or all bids is
II. L. KERR,
McCundless Uuildiug, Honolulu
Aug. 21, 28.
NO. 101. TERRITORY 0r H AWAII, j
COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION.
Territory of Hawaii to THE HAWAIIAN
COMMERCIAL AND SUGAR COM
l'ANY; M HOkirA; I. SIIIRA
TORI; YOSHIMA; M. ANEMOTO;
FUKl'Y A; ANTONIO 1'. SAUDI
MIA: HMKU SUGAR COMPANY;
KAI.AKAUA; NIMIIMI'KA; AN
TONIA l'AV.-V , JuItllAL I'AVAO,
FRANK PAVAO. GL R I A P-Vo.
MINNIE P.WAO, JOIINIE PAVAO.
MRS. MARY M ICR A DA , AIRS
EMII.V FRANK, MRS. ALICE
liURANS, heirs of .Manuel I'.ivao;
I'll E TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
by Charles R. Ilctnctiw.lv, as Attor
ney General; COUNTY OF MAUI,
by W. F. Pogue, as Chairman of the
Hoard of Supervisors; HEIRS OF
JAMES P. WILKINS; HEIRS OF
LUA1IINE WII, KINS, and to ALL
whom it may concern:
WHEREAS, a petition has been pre
sented to said Court by CLARENCE G.
WHITE to register nnd confirm his title
in the following-described land:
Portions of Grant 121 to Richard Arm-
trong and Grant 220 to W. L. Lee, in
Haiku nnd I'nuwela, Maui.
Beginning at a stone marked with a
cross at end of fence on the west edge of
the Pauwela gulch, the co-ordinates, of
said stone referred to the Haiku Triangu-
lation Station being 702.6 feet South and
1055.0 feet East, and running by true
59 0 23', 1 462 feet, nlong fence along
land of Haiku Sugar Co.
to fence corner at road;
59 23'. 54-5 m,m
stone marked with cross
on line of fence;
78 0 00', 576 feet, to iron pipe on
East edge of the Haiku'
341 3 45', 606 feet, to point in Haiku
344 0 10', 297 feet, to point on east
side of the Haiku gulch;
252 0 05', 158 feet, to point on the
upper edge of the Lnwrie
6. 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
.7. 320 0 22 , 295 feet, along fence along
land sold to Manuel Pnvao;
66 30', 740 feet, along same to
east edge of Haiku gulch;
Southeasterly along the east edge of
the Haiku gulch to end of
fence, the direct azimuth
and distance being 302 0
53'. 493-6 feet;
259 5 08', 627 feet, nlong fence along
land of Haiku Sugar Co.
to iron pipe, tne co-or
dinates of snid iron pipe
referred to the Haiku
Triangulatiou Station be
ing 2701.3 feet south nnd
4789.2 feet east;
145 0 oS', 205 feet, along land of We.
lakaiu Kaonolu to iron
12. 259 08', 222 feet, along same to
iron pijie on west edge of
the Pauwela gulch;
Northerly along the west edge of the
Pauwela gulch to a point
011 the lower side of the
Lowrie ditch the direct
a.imuth and distance be
iug 187 o 34', 402.2 feet;
14. 259 00 ,
1 1 1 feet, down the side of
the Pauwela gulch along
laud of Haiku Sugar Co;
I9S0 40', 76 feet, along L. C. A.
6510PP, Apana I to Niu to
point on east edge of
16. 115 5i",
17. iSo3 35',
IS. 237 30',
93 feet, along land of Hai
ku Sugar Co.;
207 (ett, along same;
1S9 feet, along same to
southeast corner of L. C.
A. 4579, Apana 5, to D. Ii;
260 feet, along L. C. A.
4579, Apana 5, to D. Ii, to
southwest corner of same;
62 feet, to angle ill fence
on west edge of the Pau
221 feet, along fence along
19. I04 0 40',
2i. 82 0 30'
laud sold to A. P. Sardi
nha to corner post, the
co-ordinates of said jiost
referred to Huiku Trian
gulatiou Station lieing
1063 5 feet south and 4632
.4 feet ast;
lS ' 52', 4J7.4 feet, along same to
23. 2 (( 0 20 ',
87 feet, along same to ditch
of Haiku Sugar Co.;
24. 2y6 5 6o';
164 feet, along saiil ditch
along Sanmina to west
edge of Pauwela gulch
Northerly along the west edge of the
Pauwela gulch to the ini
tial jMiint, the direct
a.imuth and distance be
ing 197 0 25,574.7 'cel.
Containing an area of 47.03 Acres, a little
more or less, excepting
and reserving there from
a burial lot described as
Beginning at an iron pipe on the upjier
edge of the Lowrie Ditch
will he sweeteneil I iy getting into a
these COLLLCfi I'.n.ild Lie. or ( K.
Tin qtialit.V of those si mm s Lackc-I n.-t
an.xthiiiK inaili a:nl sol. I at S't.t'tj' we
1111 an v. :y Wi.nl .f :t. , mm l! :it
$ I.OO a 11. 1 th-- man v.!m l.uvs tliin ill-:
more 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 he or. Ii . in r , I v xn. 1 is.
e have tin in in Ii ilM 1 1 ! t-1 1 ale!
Tan, llussia ami l'.lack Yi i.
Ailil '2 cents for 1'r. ight.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Lid.
lll.'il FORT STRKKT,
The effective ingredients are barley ami hojis a food and a
Every doctor knows how heer benefits. If you need more
strength or vitality he will jirescrihe good heer.
The best heer to drink in Hawaii is
fanned milk is growing in popularity all over the world.
This because it is sterilized and can be depended upon tor clean
liness and purity. The most popular of all tinned milk is the
II. I lack (eld
Wholes alk Distiuhuteiis.
whose co-ordinates referr
ed to the Haiku Triangu
latiou Station are 1973.8
feet south and 43S0.5 feet
east, and running by true
24S 3 35', 50 feet, along the upper
side of the Lowrie litch
to an iron pipe;
3380 35', 50 feet, to an iron pi)ie;
tiS 35', 50 feet, to an iron pipe;
15s0 35", 50 feet, to the initial xint,
and containing an area of
2500 sijuare feet.
You are hereby cited to appear at the
Court of Laud Registration, to be held
at the City and County of Honolulu on
the 15th day of September, A. 1). 1909,
at one o'clock ami 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,
anil the sai.l petition will lie taken as
confessed, and you will be forever barred
from contesting said jietitiou or any de
cree entered thereon. .
Witness the Honorable V. J. KOH1N-
SON, Judge of said Court, this 6th day
of August, in the year nineteen hundred
Attest with Seal of said Court:
(Seal.) M. T. SIMONTON.
Aug. 14, 21, 2S.
Holders of Oahu Railway Jfc Land Co.
six jH-r cent Honds are reipiested to pre
sent same for redemption, without delay,
at Hank of Claus Spreckels & Co., Hono
lulu. Aug. 14, 21, 28.
in heer is a trifle less than
3 per cent in Primn Iieer.
The Beer that's Breweti
to Suit the Climate.
& Co., Ltd.
THE I'OINT OF VIEW.
"This man is nut insane," said
the lawyer, ' and never has lieen.
To keep him in any asylum is a
blow, sir. directed luiainst human
right, an assault Umiii the sacred in
stitution of liU rty, an "
"Rut did you not prove last week,
when he wan on trial for murder,
that he had Urn from birth ti - rav
ing lunatic?" interposed the Court.
The lawyer smiled in 11 suH'rior
11. ... . 1.
way. Mirily. lie said. votir
honor would not have it U lieved
that this Court is on the intellectual
plane of that jury."
b.t.Hi rm IASn.lMF( HNIl
Midca. irie (. ntli.ir
l.rn toiit rhtvUUity. Ihc
cun. in t: iu , noi how to
u to. It. SmtpJ. !.
fie toff ftrr it you
line jr. l 00 ft yrr .
Nnniption Tub. Co.
IW t . it Si . lb!, Mlil.
rii o off ra t "iirtttis
I t'lMi.u.tl IfM UA. lK-.lt
I ly iri nxitt -a, f n tuic
s .cir.t. Sanifl npy ( . r
1 yuu ttieuln-ri thr iafrr.
J Ivv.ou St., Uo.t. 11.
At Wailuku Town Hall a llawaiiau
coat-of Hrms enamelled brooch. Owner
can have sauie by proving property and
paying expenses. tf.