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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1909
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THE MAUI NEWS
Circuit Court is ill scusion this week.
WANTEI-Cleaii wining rags at this
I'liusunlly high sens prevailed Saturday
Meet your bust Kirl at the ilance to be
given ut the Town Hall on Saturday
evening, October 30.
The Claudine experienced unusually
high seas Saturday.
William Pcueriieil and wife were in
town Sunday from Kihei.
Mrs. R. N. Corbaley of Kahului went
to Honolulu Wednesday.
Miss E. Kaeo was a passenger to Maui
by the Mauna Kea Tuesday.
Hon. H. P. lialdwin and Mrs. Iialdwin
returned Tuesday from Honolulu.
D. W. Lowell of Paia mill was a re
turning passenger Saturday morning.
Curl Waldeyer of Lahaina was a wit
ness in the District Court Monday of this
Mrs. A. J. Fernaudes of Kahului re
turned Saturday from a visit to the me
tropolis. Judge Seidell H. Kingsbury returned
from his visit to Honolulu Saturday
The Wailuku Auto Company wants
your business. We have good ears and
ANTON E DO REGO, I
Lawyer Magoou and wife cuuie up
Tuesday evening and registered at the
George W. Carr Inspector of the C S.
Mail Route Service, returned Wednesday
to Honolulu. t
Mrs. Joseph Cockett of Waikapn re
turned Saturday from a visit to friends
and relatives in Houolulu.
William Vou Seggern returned Satur
day from a months visit with his wife
and children iu Honolulu.
Manager John Chalmers of liana came
Over on the Claudine Wednesday and is
one of the Grand Jurymen.
Harry T. Mills the bill collector is in
Wailuku again. He came up Tuesday
evening by way of McGregors.
One dollar per doz llarred Roch, Hlack
Minorca, White Leghorn eggs for hatch
ing. Two dollars per nine Uronze Tur
"He sure and be there." Where? At
the Town Hall 011 Saturday evening Octo
Mrs. E. C. Threlfal left Wednesday
forherhomAn CentervilleCalifornia. She
has been visiting friends on Maui for
The ladies of Kanhumauu church made
over $50 at the Poi-chickeu luncheon last
Saturday. Mrs. W. K. Bal was chairman
of the committee.
Do you believe in education? - Then at
tend the dance and sale at the Town Hall
on the 30th inst. The funds thus derived
will be used to erect a school building
for the St. Anthony's Girls school.
Sheriff Saffery returned Saturday from
the metropolis where he put W. H. King
in the custody of the authorities who
have the custody of the insane.
Representative E. H. Carley of Paia re
turned Saturday from San Francisco who
went iu the hope of seeing his sister be
fore her death. His sister died the day
before his arrivul. Mr. Carleys mother
has been very ill but is rapidly recover
ing. J. Goldstein, commercial traeler sells
dry goods of all descriptions including
silks, satins, muslins, woolens. He sells
ready made goods for ladies aud gentle
uieu. He will be hen. the latter part of
November and will have a big auction
sale. The date will be announced
Judge and Mrs. Kingsbury, who have
been the guests of Major and Mrs- Wad
bams for the past week, have beeu be
sieged with invitations since their arrival
last Saturday, their old friends making
1 very effort to give them a good time.
Judge Kingsbury relumed Friday on the
Claudine to Maui. Mrs. Kingsbury after
Moiid.'iy will be the guest of Mrs. W. R.
Castle, ami Misk lieatrice Castle, at their
home on Kiuau street. liulktiu.
It. S. Simeon of F.. O. Hall & Son is
expected here next week.
A very pleasant card party was given
by Mrs. S. K. Taylor last Saturday at
Paia. There wire twenty-eight young
The Kahului Club Hotel is making a
specialty of Sunday dinners for the bene
fit of those who wi-h to spend the day on
the beach. i
Miss Hart, of Portland Oregon returned
to Honolulu Wednesday. She has been
visiting friends at Paia. She was accom
panied to the wharf by Miss Taylor, Miss
Vogel aud Miss Crozicr.
The lirtynaii of Wailuku held a largely
attended drill Saturday. The company
was formed into three scjuads aud S.
Keliinoi, Carl Rose and W. T. Robinson
were elected sargeant of the squads.
Some acute rivalry of a friendly nature
may be expected in future. Let the good
work go on.
Mrs. W. W. Wescoatt of Puuucne gave
a charming luau at her residence on
October the tenth. Thirty guests were
present ut the feast which was served 011
the lawn and was thoroughly Hawaiian
in character and service. After dinner
the guests were entertained with various
musical selections rendered on native
The luncheon given by the ladies of
the Kaahumanu Church last Saturday
afternoon was attended by a number of
our local citizens. Those who failed to
enjoy the cuisine of these ladiescertaiuly
missed a rare treat. The dance at the
Armory was not as well attended as it
should have been but all present hail an
Judge and Mrs. (Juarrels entertained at
dinner Monday evening, complimentary
to Judge and Mrs. Kingsbury. The oval
table was artistically decorated in pink
carnations aud maiden hair fern, after
dinner coffee was served on the artistic
lanai of the Quarrels bungalow. Among
those present were Judge aud Mrs. Quar
rels, Judge and Mrs. Seidell Kingsbury,
Lieutenant aud Mrs. Calhoun Ancruui
and Miss Helen Quarrels. bulletin.
C. W. McLcod aud a real estate man
from Honolulu by the name of Kirk
patrick mixed matters with A. Garcia
and J. Garcia Thursday evening. McLeod
is said to have been drinking too freely
and both were quarrelsome. One of them
started to fight J. Garcia while the other
ran up behind ami kicked A. Garcia. J.
Garcia, then started for Kirkpatrick, who
took to his heels with J. Garcia hot on
his tsail. Seeing his friend being chased
McLeod took aiter J. Garcia. A. Garcia
then hot footed it after McLeod, The
race extended from the fio Stables to
Carey's Garage and back, and was a
Iraw. McLeod was arrested and forfeited
ten dollars bail.
Card of Thankx.
The family of the late Geo. T. Robin
son wish to take this means of express
ing their appreciation of the sympathy
extended to them in their late bereave
ment, and of the many floral tribute re
ceived from their friends.
Popular Maui Girl
Marries in Chicago.
Miss Fannie Kngle who was form
erly a resident of Paia was married
on Septcinlicr -jsth in Chicago III to
Mr. ('has. Mclaughlin of Ml. Her
The wedding took place at the
home ol the brutes uncle .Mr. .New
The wedding is the clutuiliutioii
of a pretty romance that began dur
ing the school days of the young
couple when tiny were attending
schi 14 in Massachusetts years ago
The groom was employed last year
as a teaclu r iu the Ililo Hoarding
Aecnts, to sell Kaiiuuki Lots. Good
investment. Liberal terms and comuiis
sioii. Iiest references required. Write
KAIMl'Kl LAND CO. LTD.
Honolulu, T. H
Gives Farewell Dinner to
J. L. Coke.
. One of the iuot ciijoyuMi' lucinl
(wilts of the Reason was tin- dinner
yivi'ii ly .Judge Seidell T.. Kingsbury
at liis Viniyui'd sired residence on
Monday evening in honor f tin- re-
ftiriiig County Attorney .T.inies li.
Coke who 1ms lieen a leading prac
ticing Attorney of Wailuku for over
eleven years nnd lias now formed a
law partnership in Honolulu where
his residenee now is.
The invitations were limited to
ni'inhers of the har of Wailuku and
to the County Sheriff and the Clerk
of the Court.
Senator Itoliinson was unable to
attend on account of the illness of
J. M. Vivas and .ludge Kalua sent
their regrets for not being able to
ittend uii account of illness.
After a most delightful dinner
roastinastcr Case addressed the as
semblage in bis usual pleasant
maimer after which the following
toasts were responded to:
The Lar, Hon. A. N. Kvpoikui;
The President, Hon- V . A.'McKny;
The Ladies, Knos Vincent, Eso
The Kamaaina, II011A. X. Kcpoi
kai; The Maliliini, lion. S. H.
Kingsbury; The Press," Hugh M.
Coke, Ksq.; The Jury, A. (XCorrea,
Esq.; The Prisoner, W. FX'roekett,
.; The Prosecutor, II. C. Moss-
man, Esii. ; The Clerk, Sheriff W.
H. Saffery; The Sheriff, Clerk Ed
mund II. Hart; The (J host, J. N.
K. Keola, Esq; Aloha,. fas L.Coke,
Pile rcponses were appropriate
and full of wit and humor.
It Was late when the guests left
for their respective homes feeling
grateful to Judge Kingsbury for a
most enjoyable evening and doubly
grateful foij getting the members of
the bar closer together.
Capital of Paia and
Honolulu, Octolier Hi Ata meet
ing of the .stockholders of Paia and
Haiku plantations this morning in
the ollice of Alexander At Haldwin,
the capital stock of the two plan
tations was trebled, Paia from 87"0,
000 to ?2,2."0,0X) and Haiku from
.")0,000 to 1 ,oKJ,(KH). This in
crease in capital represents an ac
cumulated surplus of many years
which is represented by actual as
sets of the corjioratioiis.
The plantations from a part of the
holdings of the Maui Agricultural
company, the assets of which arc live
and a half million dollars ami which
in the last season sbipjied twenty
nine thousand tons of sugar. The
Haiku plantation, which represents
a holding of twelve thirty-fifths of
the company, is capitalized at only
half a million, and the Paia plan
tation which holds eighteen thirty
fifths of the shares of the company,
has a capitalization of only three
quarters of a million.
H. P. lialdwin, one of the heaviest
stockholders in the two companies,
was present. J.I'. Cooke presided
at the meeting.
OR. J. J. CAREY
Ollice, S c h r a d e r lilock
Wui'.uku, Maui, T. H.
MOKTGAGLIi'S NOTICE OI: IN
TENTION TO HOItECLOSE
AN1 OF NALL.
Notice is given hereby that under the
power of sale contained in that certain
indenture of mortgage bearing dale the
8th dav of November, A. D 1405, and
appearing of recod in Liber 271, pages,
4"4, 4,15 and 40b of the Registry of Con
veyances, at Honolulu, executed by
Mini to R. A. WacUwnrth. The under
signed holder anilow ner of said mortgage
intends to foreclose the same and to sell
the mortgaged property because of the
non-payment of the principal and in
terest due on the promissory note and
debt, secured thereby. The said mort
gage was given to secure the payment of
the promissory note for the sum f One
Hundred ($100.00) Dollars of even date
with said mortgage, payable one year
after date aud executed by the said Mioi.
Notice is likewise given that after the
expiration of three weeks from the date
of the first publication of this notice, to
wit, on Saturday the 27th day of Novem
ber, A. I). 1 yog, at twelve o'clock noon
of said day, said mortgaged property for
the reasons above stated w ill be sold at
public auction at the front entrance to
the Court House in the town of Wailuku,
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Terms of sale: Cash ; deeds at the ex
pense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply ' to the
undersigned or to James L. Coke his At
torney at Room 30S, McCandless liuild
ing, City and County of Honolulu.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 23rd day
of October, A. D. 1909.
R. A. WADSWORTH,
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY TO BE
."All of th it certain piece, parcel or lot
of land situated at Piaa, Island of Maui,
and known us Apana 19th Section 2, of
the land hui of Hamakuapoko, and being
all of the same premises conveyed to
Midi by deed of Kualii, which said deed
bears date, August 22ml, 1SS2, and ap
pearing of record in Lil)er 74, pages 246
and 247 of the Registry of conveyances
at Honolulu, and which said lot of laud
contains an area of about 1.25 acres."
IIOOLAHA A KA ME A lAA MORA
Kl NO KB IMNIKU AMt KUAI.
Ke hoolahaia aku uei, tualalo o ka ma
na kuai malokoo kela Moraki i hauaia
ma ka la 8 o Novemaba, M. II. 1905, a i
kopeia ma ka ltuke 271, ma na aoao 4.14,
405 ame 406 ma ke Keena Kakau Kojie
ma Honolulu, e Mioi iaR. A. Wadsworth,
0 ka mea tualulo iho nei, ka mea nana e
paa nei a o ka 011a hoi o 11,1 moraki 'la,
ke imitiao uei e paniku i ua moraki 'la a
e kuai aku i ka waiwai i morakiia 110 ka
uku cleia o ke kumu)Ha unie ka ukupa
nee e paa nei ma o ka nota ame ka hoaie
1 hoopaaia uia ua luila Ma. l a haawiia
ua moraki Ma no ka hoopaa uua i kauku
ia mai o kekahi nota no Hookahi Haneri
Dala, ($100.00), i hauaia i ka la hookahi
no me ua moraki Ma, a e ukuia hoi iliko
o hookahi niakahiki mai ka la i hauaia
ai e Mioi i oleloia.
Ke hoolaha pu ia aku uei, uiahope o
ka pan ana o ekolu pule mai ka la o ka
hoopuka tnuaia ana o keia hoolaha, oia
hoi, ma ka Poaouo, la 27 o Nifrcuiaha,
M. II. 1909, 111.1 ka hota uiiiikumainalua
o ua la Ma, o ua waiwai i morakiia no ua
k u 111 11 i hoikeia maluiia u'c e kuaiia ana
ma ke kudala akea ma ka puka komo o
ka Hale Hookolokolo nia ke taona o
Wailuku, Kalana o Maui, Teritori o Ha
waii. Ke auo o ke kuai ana: Ma ke dala
kuike; ua ka mea kuai mai e uku i kalilo
o ua palapala upau.
No ua mea i koe e uinau i ka mea 110
11a ka iuoa malalo iho uei, u i oleia ia
James L. Coke, kona l.oio, ma Ruiiii
3oS, McCpndlcss building, Kulanakauha
le ame Kalau:i o Houolulu.
Hauaia ma Wailuku, Maui, 1 keia la
23 o Okatoba, M. H. 1904.
R. A. WADSWORTH,
Mea Paa Moraki.
AM) t) KA WAIWAI E
"O kela apana aina apau loa e waiho
Ma ma Paia, Mokupuni o Maui, i ikeia o
Apana 19, Mahele 2 o ka Aina Plni o Ha
makuapoko, a oia no hoi kahi a pan i
hootiloia ia Mioi ma ka palapala kuai a
Kualii, i hauaia ma ka la 22 o Augate,
1SN2, a i kopeia ma ka lluke 74, ma na
aoao 246 ame 247 ma ke Keena Kakau
Koe ma Honolulu, a o ka Hi o uaupaua
aina Ma he 1 .25 eka, oi aku a emi mai
DICKENS:- On Saturday, October K
1909. in Wailuku, Maui, to Mr. and
Mrs. A. G. Dickens, a daughter.
' NOTICE IS HEREllV GIVEN TO
ALL WIKi.M IT MAY CONCERN. That
a Petition has been filed in my ollice by
H. R. Hitchcock aud twenty-seven "tiler
inhabitants of the County of Maui and
taxable therein, bearing date September
2,yl, 1909, addressed to the Hoard of
Supervisors of the County of Maui, pray
ing that the said Hoard of Supervisors
secure for the purpose of laying out a
public highway there over the following
strip of land situated at Honouliwai, Is
land of Molokai, County of Maui, Terri
tory of Hawaii, to wit:
"beginning at the Soiith corner of the
well known large taro patch named 'Ku
maka' which was originally a portion of
Moanui Ranch reserved in sale of Chas.
Dudoit to O. Tollefsen, and running by
true azimuths as follows:
1. 14S- 05' 34. S feet in taro patch,
2. On a curve to the rigjhl of 62 feet
radius, tangent to first course, to north
eastern edge of taro patch, bearing and
length of chord being 12S 1 30' 70.5 feet,
,V 129- 00' 26.0 feet along Northeast
edge of taro patch;
4. Thence on a curve to the left of SS
feet radius, through taro patch to South
western edge of same, bearing and length
of chord being 12 3 4S' 73.5 feet; thence
5. 310 s 45' 6S.0 feet along South
western edge of taro patch to initial oint,
and containing an area of 2375 square
Said properly being owned iu common
by Adrian Dudoit and wife Lucy Dudoit;
Marcilles Dudoit and wife Emma Dudoit;
Peter Dudoit a minor; Morency Dudoit a
minor Adel Kujiekauioku Lewis a minor;
and Jules Dudoit and wife Kahoolina
NOTICE IS 1TKTHER GIVEN' that
said Petition and all persons interest
therein will be heard by the Hoard of
Supervisors of the County of Maui at the
office of said Hoard of Supervisors in the
town of Wailuku, County of Maui, Terri
tory of Hawaii, at 1:30 o'clock P. M. on
KAHULUI HARNESS SHOP
Maker of Saddles and
Satisfaction Guaranteed on all work.
KAHULUI, MAUI I). E. NliYVMAN, Prop.
'You iik man invest in real estate, suburban real estate."
'Honolulu is lo he a great city. I want to buy a lot."
CoMiiiKssM.w Javi:s M( I.A( hi. an of California.
W call your attention to the ahovo statements, one
from one of the world's wealthiest ami iroatest men
and the other from a member of our recent Congress
ional party and then announce the organization of
this company for the purpose of handl'm;: Kaimuki
property recently acquired from the (iear, Lansing &
Three Hundred Lots in the Healthful
Cool, Ocean View Kaimuki District
will he placed upon the market at once al juices that
will he attractive to Loth homebuilder and investor.
A ruotl investment with liberal terms. For full par
KAIMUKI LAND CO., Ltd.
Kuiims 37 i 3S Alexander I5lu'. HONOLULU, T. II.
Thursday, the lltli day of No ember A
Dated, October Mb. 1909.
W.M. F. K A A E ,
County Clerk of the County of Maui,
and Ex-ollirio Clerk of the Hoard of
Supervisors of said County.
( let. id, 21, v. Nov. 6.
i ou sali:,
A good strong gentle horse .broken to
harness and saddle, also one road cart iu
good condition and one harness.
Enquire of Mrs. J. J. HAIR,
I Iamakuako, Maui.
A three-room cottage adjacent to the
Wailuku Dcxt. Rent reasonable. Apply
at First National Hank of Wailuku.
Oct. 9, 16, 23, 30.
LODGE MALI, No. A. P. & A. M.
-Statid meetings will be held ut
Musanir Mall. Kahului, rtn the first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting tirplhren arc cordially in
vited to attend.
C. E. COl'ELAND U. W. M.
I i E N.I AMI X W I L LI A MS,
t. f. ' Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. it KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend.
WM. Al'LT, C. C.
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OF R. it S.