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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1909
THE MAUI NEWS
ntereil at the Post Olfice at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday.
Waul Publishing Company. Limited.
Proprietors and Futllahra
Subsciptiox Kate, is Ahvasck $2. 50 per Year, $1.50 Six Months
Mut(h V. Coke.
Editor and nanager
NOVEMBER 6. U0!)
Tlic attitude of certain of the school principals
wlio olijivt to .'in examination we lliink is hardly
W 1 til- it is true tliat no examination lias yet liecn held tliat lias en
ahled any one to determine tin- alility of an applicant to impart know
ledge it must nut U forgotten tliat it is quite jtossihlc tliat there arc a
great many persons in tlic employ of tlie Department of Education wlio
arc without the necessary knowledge that is commonly admitted is nt s-
sary to impart and that an examination would discover such a lack of
knowledge and he the grounds for the dismissal of the ignorant ami per
mit the advancement of the o niipetent .
The writer knows of a teacher in the employment of the- Department
at the present time who at an examination held a few years ago utterly
failed to pass an examination. The applicant did not have hut the slight
est knowledge of the elementary studies taught here except the ahility
to write a neat hand and possessed a fair knowledge of the use of the
English language. This same teacher passed an examination a few weeks
later and hy copying and other unfair means ohtained a first class certi
ficate. At tin1 time that the applicant received a first class certificate the ap
plicant did not know 1he first thing ahout common fractions, had no
knowledge of the geograpy of the islands nor of any other place, was
equally ignorant of the other hranches required to he taught and yet
possesses a first class certificate.
I it not possihle that there are others who are as ignorant who have
gotten into the schools ami are keeping hack competent and worthy
teachers? Those who are qualified to pass the examinations have- nothing
to fear and those who are not qualified should stepdowu and make room
for those who are.
Japanese Celebrate Mikados
Mrs. Dunn has returned from
Kohala looking well after spending
two or three weeks visiting her sister,
Wednesday licing the Mikado's
birthday it was one of the greatest
gala days among the Japanese ever
known in Lahaina. The Japanese
displayed the American (lag very
much amongst their own hunting.
Monday, Nov. 1, heing All Saints'
Day, services were held at the church
of the Holy Innocents art follows:
Holy Communion at S a. in., with
a list of named of deceased )ersons
to he specially remembered; morn
ing prayer and a sermon hy the
Rev. Leopold Kroll at KhSOa. in.
Subsequently all the graves in the
church cemetery were decorated
Rev. and Mrs- Dodge
Give Halloween Party.
A very jolly Halloween 1'arty was
given at the William ami Mary Alex
ander Parsonage last Monday night
by the ladies of the 1'iiion Church
The invitation was extended to all
members (,f the Church and congre
gation, and a large number were
The white walls of the Parsonage
Were decorated wild black witches
and cats, while the maukii room was
strung with red hearts. Here Mrs.
C. lv Copeland conducted some
merry games in (hiding hidden
hearts fur blind folded members of
the parly. In the other rooms bob
bing for apples, pulling plums out
of burning meal, and many other
stunts followed, which were true to
the Halloween of college days. Many
a hearty laugh was enjoyed at the
expense of the other fellow.
A real live witch with broom and
JM ilkcd hat doled out her witehe's
brew, while Mrs. W. F. Crockett
and Mrs. D. H. Case kept the guests
supplied with iM.p-corn andtalTy.
At the close of the evening's fun
the party broke up with the singing
of Auld Lang Syne.
Sale and Dance
a Financial Success.
Last Saturday evening at the
Wailuku Town Hall took place the
sale of fancy articles and later a
dance was given by the Catholic
Ladies Aid Society for the purpose
of increasing the fund to erect a
new building for the St. Anthony's
As is usually the case with the
ocials given by these ladies there
was a large and jolly attendance
which bought freely of the many
useful articles that were on sale.
The dance begin at 9 o'clock
keeping up until midnight. There
were a large number of young
couples on the Moor which tripped
the light fantastic to music furnish
ed by the Ilima Quintet club.
The Catholic Ladies Aid Society
wishes to express its thanks to the
many friends who uttended and
otherwise assisted in making this
affair the financial success that it
Band Concert at
Wailuku Court House
The Wailuku County Rami will give
an ojien air concert tiexl Thursday even
ing, November n, at 7:30 o'clock, nt the
Wailuku Court House grounds. The fol
lowing program will he rendered:
March Pan-American Ivxposi lion... Line
Medley (a) I( I only had u Sweetheart.
(b) Just Some One.. Arr. Si'liuliucister
llaritoue Solo Hearts and Flowers
Mr. O. It. Schroder.
March- Hilo Ilerger
Overture Garden Citv Arr. Schulmeister
Intermezzo Princess Pocahontas
Mazurka - t'pto-ilate Maresll
Murcb Vienna Swallow Si'hlojjel
Star Spangled Hamu-r.
.vl..liKK. ..U WaII.UK U
ANTONE BORBA. Prop.
Fell lice of popular lu niuls ot
wii:.- K1KS, CINS
Celebrated Primo & Se'..ie
25c Glasses 25c
INCLUDING BASEBOARD AND METAL COVER
You can Pay more but
Yo cannot Buy more
THE ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER IS THE
EQUAL IN EVERY RESPECT OF ANY ONE HUN
DRED DOLLAR TYPEWRITER ON THE MARKET
MORTGAGKli'S NOTICIi OH IN
TENTION TO FOREiCLOSE,
AND OF SALb.
Notice is hereby given that, under
power of sale contained in Mortgage
dated September 19, 190S, from Louisa
Mossuian of Wailuku, Maui, to H. Streu
beck, of said Wailuku, the owner and
holder thereof intends to foreclose same,
and sell said mortgaged property because
of non-payment of principal and interest
due on promissory note secured thereby
The altove mortgage was given to
secure payment of a promissory note for
two hundred and fifty dollars, of even
date therewith, payable one year after
date, executed by said Louisa Mossmaii
to said II. Streubeck.
NOTICK IS LIKEWISE OIVKN
that, after the expiration of three ,weeks
from date of first publication of this
notice, to-wit, on Monday, November
22d, 1909, at twelve o'clock noon of said
day, said mortgaged property, for the
reasoes above stated, will be gold at pub
lic auction at the front entrance to the
Court-house, in Wailuku, County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Terms of sale Cash, and deeds at ex
pense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to H.
Streubeck of Wailuku, or to I). H. Case,
Dated Nov. 4th 1909.
DESCRIPTION OP PROPERTY TO HE
All of the undivided interest of Louisa
Mossuian in and to that certain piece and
parcel of land situate in Wailuku, Maui,
more particularly described in Kuleana
Helu 3399 to Pae. containing an area of
3 .Ss. acres, ami !cing the land formerly
owned by Annie Minor, now deceased.
Arthur K. Joins the cuttle buyer of
Honolulu was a passenger to Maui Tuesday,
MOOLAH A A KA Mb A PAA MORA
Kl NO Kb PAMKU A Mb KUAI.
Ke hoolahaia aku nei, malalo o ka ala
lia kuai maloko o kela Moraki i hauaia
Sepatemaba 19, 1908, e Louisa Mossmau,
o Wailuku, Maui, ia H. Streubeck, o
Wailuku i oleloia, o ka 011a a me ka mea
nana e paa nei ua makemake e pauiku i
ua moraki Ma, a kuai hoi i ka waiwai i
morakiia no ka uku oleia o ke kuniupaa
ame ka ukupauee o ka uota i hoopaaia e
ua moraki Ma.
Ua haawiia ka moraki lnaluna a'e i mea
e hoopaa ai i ka ukuia ana o kekahi not a
no elua haneri me kanalima dala i haa
wiia ma ia la hookah i no, e ukuia iloko o
hookahi makahiki mahope nuii o ua la
Ma, i hanaia e Louisa Mossmau i oleloia
ia II. Streubeck i oleloia.
KE HOOLAHA PC IA ARC NEI NO
mahope o ka pau ana o ekolu pule mai ka
la e hoopuka 111 11 a ia ai o keia hoolaha,
oia hoi, ma ka Poakahi, Novemaba 22,
1909, ma ka hora umikumaiualua awakea
o ua la 'la, o ka waiwai i moraki ia, 110 ua
kuuiu i hoikeia uutluua, e kuai ia ana ma
ke kudala akea ma ka puka komo o ka
Hale Hookolokolo, ma Wailuku, Kalana
o Maui, Teritori o Hawaii.
Ke ano o ke kuai ana, ma ke dala kui
ke, a o na palapala na ka mea kuai mai e
No na mea i koe e niuau ia H. Streu
beck, o Wailuku, a i oleia ia I. II. Case,
Mea Paa Moraki.
Hanaia Nov. 4, 1909.
KE ANO O KA WAIWAI E Kl'Al IA
O ke kuleana npau i mahele oleia o
Iwisa Mossmau iloko o kela apana aina
e waiho Ma ma Wailuku, Maui, 1 hoakaka
pouo ia ma ke Kuleana Helu 3399 ia Pae,
11011a ka ili o 3.KS Eka, a oia no hoi kahi
i ona ia mamua e Annie Minor, i make.
IF YOU GET
l)V it may co't vim :i little more
than to have it done by a black
Flint li , but in the end it will lie the
Mail your watch to tin and we
will attend to the rent.
Only First Class Work Done
J. A. R. VIEIRA & CO.
113 Hotel St., HONOLULU
lovei of Attorney.
During mv absence from the Territory
A. K. Ting and Wong Tim will act for
me with full power of attorneys.
O. AH SEE.
July to January.
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Dr. J. II. I:arrell was a returning
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New Art and
Knt ire new line of Cameras, Films and Patters
that liave never lieen on the Hawaiian market
Anseo Films and Cameras and Cyko najters
are the highest lirodllet of seientilie development .
W'e guarantee them.
"(Surrey (Quality" maintained in all picture
framing and developing and printing.
Island trade solicited.
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