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WANTED Clean wiping runs at this
Mrs. J. Nil a went to Honolulu Tues
A. O. Dickens went to llniiolulu this
One of the finest concerts ever next
Sat unlay night.
. II. M. Cuke of Wuiluku wanls your in
Dibble K. Ilae of Molokai is a Wai
lulu visitor this week.
J. r. Cooke returneil to Honolulu by
the Clauiliue Tuesday.
Deputy Sheriff Duvauehelle of Molo
kai is in Wailuku this week,
Charlcs-J. Murasky was a passenger by
the Tuesdays ferry to Honolulu.
Hon. H. P. llaldwin and V. C). Aiken
passed through Wailuku Thursday.
Taul J. Bell of Formosa returned to
Honolulu by the Claudine Tuesday.
Be sure and attend the auction at F.
lion 'a. on Saturday, November 2oth at io
Come and listen and be convinced next
Saturday evening at the Alexander
D. I,. Austin the popular traveling
salesman of T. 11. Davies & Co. is on
t Maui this week.
Dr. Carey went over to Lahaiua on
Tuesday afternoon aud will remain there
- about two weeks.
Mrs. James Robertson of Honolulu is
visiting 'her daughter, Mrs. Wui. Chil
lingsworth of Kahului.
Manager Ben D. Baldwin of Makaweli
Kauai is enjoying a visit to friends and
relatives-oil this island.
John Ferreira is acting as police officer
ol Kahului in place of Manuel Sequeira
who was suspended for a month.
Miss Balcoin of Maunaolu has kindly
consented to sing at the concert at the
Alexander House next Saturday.
The Wailuku Auto Company wants
your business. We have good cars and
ANTONE DO RKGO,
. All goods will be sold without reserve
at F. Hous' next Saturday the 20th at Jo
a. m. by D. H. Davis the Auctioneer.
Mrs. Rodriguese, formally of Honolulu
has opened dressmaking parlors in the
Tani Vau Block, Makawao. Patronage
D. H. Davis the Auctioneer will hold
a sale of household effect at V. lion's
Kahului ou next Saturday the 2oth at io
Don't miss the double quartette at the
concert next Saturday the 20th to be
given by the Woman's Guild at the Alex
During a period of six weeks, in Sep
tember and October, the Territory sold
real estate in Honolulu worth nearly
l3o,ouo aud all in small sales.
The Wailuku School rendered appro
priate Arbor day exercises Friday. We
will give an outline of the wcrk in our
- Captain O. J. Whitehead expects his
wife aud children from Honolulu. They
will be a valuable addition to the social
..circle of Wailuku. .
Senator Hayseldeu went to Honolulu
on the Claudine to bring Mrs. Hayseldeu
and Miss Theltnn home. They have been
visiting in the City.
Don't forget that Miss Jean Center of
Honolulu will sing at the concert which
preceeds the fair to be given in the Alex
ander House next Saturday.
Senator Robinson aud Representative
WWwaiole returned Tuesday evening
from Honolulu where they attended the
special session of the legislature.
One dollar -r do Barred Roch, Black
Minorca, White Leghorn eggs fur hatch
ing. Two dollars per nine Bronze Tur
J. Goldstein, commercial traveler sells
dry goods of all descriptions including
silks, satins, muslins, wooltns. He sells
ready made goods for ladies aud gentle
men. He will be here the latter part of
November and will have a big auction
sale. The date will be announced
Arthur K. Jones the cattle man was 011
Maui this week buying cattle for Uncle
Sum's army. He shipped a number of
head of cattle by way of Kahului.
Miss Leigh of Hiinakuapoko will sing at
the Alexander House at the concert given
in Connection with the fair to be held by
the Woman's Guild next Saturday.
Mrs. Kroll, of I.ahaiua went to Houo.
lulu Tuesday evening to meet her father
ami mother who are coming from the
mainland to visit her during the whiter.
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its reirul.-ir
social meeting on Tuesday, November
lotn at tlie residence of Mrs. Seidell. R
The Claudine went to Honolulu Tues
day instead of Wednesday this week. As
the Likelike of Tuesday morning from
Honolulu lulled to brum anv of the Ala
nieda's mail Maui citizens must wait until
the 20th before being able to reply.
C. Taiuika, the photouranher. lias our.
chased the business of Kasaniolo. ami
has moved into his new studio, nt the
corner of Main and Market streets, next
door to Dr. Oyama's office. Mr. Tanaka
is now out of the hospital and ready to
lake orders for pictures.
On Monday evening Superintendent J.
N. S. Williams was bringing Mrs. Ault
and children home when on the beach
road he saw Nashiwa, a Japanese chaffeiir.
coming along the road at a terrific speed.
air. uiiams gut Ins own auto out of the
road for fear of a collision. Probablv the
most effective way of preventing speed
nig is to suspend fie license of errini?
chaffeurs. It this right is not iriven the
courts it should be granted.
The September issue of the, Hawaiian
Forester and Agriculturist is a special
Irrigation number, containing an address
delivered by Mr. M. O. Leighton, of the
U. S. Geological survey, before the Com-J
inertia! Club in Honolulu, and tin- ml
dress delivered by .Mr. W. C. Meiiilenhall
before the Hawaii branch of the Women's
National Rivers and Harbors Con
A copy of both of these addresses can be
secured 111 handy form for ten cents by
sending to Leopold (1. Blackmail, p. (.
Box 59, Honolulu.
Was Crushed by the Wheels
of a Car.
Lin Duck Soon lost his life Mon
day by being run over by a train
on the II. C. it S. Go's nlantatio'u.
The man is paid to have been
using a cane knife at the time cutt
ing nt tops ofcniie. The knife elipp
eil from hit! grasp anil fell, lie
jumped for the knife and lout hi
footing and fell on the track. The
cars ran over his legs cutting both
of them off.
The man was taken to the I'uu
nene hospital and both legs am
putated. He died shortly after the
An lniiucst was held over the
body, the illl V returned a vpnlicr
of accidental death . due to the
victims own carelessness.
Sealed Tenders will be received bv the
Superintendent of Public Works until 12
111. of Monday, December 6, 1909, for
hauling the pi for the Kula pipe line
from the railroad cars at paia, Maui, and
listributing the same along the line of
the work from Olinda to Kanaio.
For full information, proiiosal blanks
and specifications apply to Superinten
dent of Public Works, Honolulu, or to
F. E. Harvev, Olinda. Maui.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject anv or all
Superintendent of public Works.
Honolulu, November 8, 1909.
Consider Many Matters of
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An opinion was read of the At
torney General to the effect that
all school buildings except certain
ones reserved including cottages
were turned over bv not of th
cuislntnre run I 1 1 1 t .,..1 .,f
Superintendent of Public instruc
tion could possioly vest a greatel
Commissioners of Public Instruc
tion VV. O. Aiken wrote the board
relative to instruction in the schools
in matter of sanitation. He also
wrote of his appointment of an ad.
ditional teacher for the Keanae
(luy S. Goiwlness wrote the board
relative to the care of an indigent
at Kanaio. The hoard decided to
leave the matter of the care of the
indigent referred to strictly in the
hands of Judge Goodness
A number of communications
were received relative to supplies
needed by the several district mag
istrates. All of these matters will
be attended to.
A letler from Mnrston Campbell
Superintendent of Public Works
was read re improvements to the
road to Olinda for the hauling of
the pipe for Kula water. The woik
is already being done.
The Pioneer Mill Co. wrote for
permission to make certain cross
ing over the Lahainaiuna road
John Chalmers of" liana wrote
fr a like permission for the Kiwle
ku Sugar Company at liana. The
applications were laid aside to be
taifen up later.
Ex County Attorney Coke wrote
the board regarding the ownership
of a lamp but as it was shown that
the Attorney had bought and paid
for the lamp witli his own irionev
the supervisors decided they had
nothing to do with the matter. '
Ihe matter of th care of an
aged deaf and dum Hawaiian of
Huelocame up and while it was
agreeil that one of the homes in
Honolulu is the proper place for
him Mr. Pogue eaid that as the
man cannot speak or understand
ho would be scared 1o death if an
attempt yas made to take him
n way. Ho suggesUd that some
one be employed for a nominal
sum to look after him
Dr. St. Sure sent his resignation
as Sanitary Inspector,
A communication from nolicc
oflicc Joseph X. Uwahinui was re
ceived in which the latter requested
that he be reimbursed for money
paid an attorney to defend him on
a misdemeanor charge. He claim
ed he was arrested fur doing his
duty as an oflleer. This matter
was investigated by the Imard. .
II. C- Mossni an who prosecuted
the vase stated that he was instruct
ed to go to Molokai and prosecute
the officer of he believed him in the
He said he had taken the state
ment of C. Pali and one other dis
interested Hawaiian and Awu had
consulted Judge lingers whoadvised
an arrest and trial.
He said the evidence showed that
a Portuguese by the name of Manuel
Medeiros was one evening drunk
and disorderly. He and I'wahinui
had some words and that the ollieer
arrested him without informing
him what the charge was. A sctillle
ensued in which the ollieer tried to
The Territorial Hoard of Immi
gration has decided to send A. I..
C. Atkinson back to Manchuria ir.
search of more liussian immigrants
who can be impressed' with the
possibilities of life in Hawaii. It
is expected that Atkinson will re
turn to the Orient on the Siberia.
sailing from Honolulu mi Novem
ber loth, although the date of his
departure has not 1 IHI'll .1 I'll I, 1 I .1 t?
Ceneral satisfaction has been ex
pressed by those who are interest
ed in the bringing of immigrants
to the territory from the land of
the Czar with the results of Atkin
son's initial effort and it is stated
that the second contingent of
Russians will lie much larger Until
the first. The immigration autho
rities have been convinced that the
settlers of Manchuria are about
the ii"iit solution for ll,i .i;-u
labor problem and accoruingl v
have decided thatAtkinson shall
continue his labors.
Trained Nurses for
On a few of the larger ocean
liners a trained nurse may bfound,
but the idea is novel to train stew
morses us sucn. Consul Horace
Lee. Washington says thai the
Elder Dempster Company, one of
the largest lines sailing out of
Liverpool, has Arranged to have
their stewardesses undergo a re
guiar coutse of tiau.imr at the
Royal Southern Hospital. Many
01 tne vessels ol this line ply to
the West Coast of Africa ami tin
Canary Islands, and particular at
tention is to be given in their in
struction to treatment of cases of
malaria. The practical advantage
of this step have occasioned favor
able comment in shipping circles
1 I.,.. IV .1 .
ii.iiiui-ou ine man nut iailcd to tin
so. After a while the man walked
out on the veranda of a store and
saiil that if the ollieer .would treat
him right lie would submit to arrest
and holding out both hands was
handcuffed by the ollieer. He 'said
the oflicer then took the prisoner
away and that one side claimed that
without cause or provocation he
slapied his prisoner splitting his
ear while 'the other side claimed
that the prisoner was trying to bite
the ollieer. -
The oflicer then took his prisoner
home and told him to be good ami
stay there. The prisoner went nway
later iiid claimed to bo looking for
bail. Ho was retaken by the ollieer
and tied to tin- Hour and kept tied
all night. The police oflie. r did not
r Mjit the occurrence t the Deputy
Sheriff nor did he even apprize him
of the fact that an arrest was made.
This was done however by ollieer
The olllet r was arrested and tried
on a charge uf assault and battery
and discharged by the District
Magistrate who said however that
he believed the officer technically
The claim of the ollieer for reim
bursement was refused on nmtioh of
SujH-rvisor Lyons. Supervisor Meyer
voting against Mr-. Lyons motion.
The matter of the condemnation
proceedings of the Ilonouliwai road
came up for hearing. There being
110 opMtsition condemnation ' pro
ceedings were ordered begun.
The matter of the resignation of
Dr. V. A. St. Sure as Sanitary ln-
Triilns nt Lxcurnlon Rote.
Trains for the bazaar to bt given by
the Wommis Guild of the Church of the
Good Shepherd 011 Saturday, November
20th, will run as follows:
Leaves Paia at 7 p. m.
Leaves .precKelsville at 7:15 p. m.
Leaves Puunene at 7:15 p. 111.
Leaves kahului at 7:30 p. 111.
Returning will leave Wailuku at the
close of the bazaar.
RLBItl U PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Six acres planted in .vmn Ceara Rubber
Trees between four aud five years old.
Also over fifty Aligator Pear trees return
ing more than 75 annually, also
numerous Mango, Bread Fruit, Ohin aud
other trees. Owner retiring from busi
ness. Apply Box 5, Wailuku.
Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27.
IN THE CIRCUIT COI RT Oli THE
SKCOND ciRcrrr territory of
Ill Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of FRKD
C. Baldwin deceased, before Judge HON.
S. B. KINGSBURY.
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Final Accounts and Discharge in
On Reading and Filing the- Petition
and accounts of II. P. Baldwin Adminis
trator of the Estate of Fred C. Baldwin
wherein he asks to be allowed 25,372.6o
aud lie charges himself with Siuoc.ia
and asks that the same may be examined
and approved, and that h final order may
be made of Distribution of the nronertv
remaining in his hands lo the persons
uiereio entitled, and discharging him
and his sureties from all further resioii-
sibility as such Administrator.
It is Ordered,-that -Monday, the nth
day of December A. 1). loon, at loo'clock
A. M. before the Judge of s lid Court at
the Court Room of the said Court at Wai
iuku island 01 Mum, be and the same
hereby is appointed as the time and
place for hwariug said Petition and Ac
counts, and that all ihtsoiis interested
may thui and there appear and sh
cause, 11 any tney Have, why the same
should not be granted, and may present
evidence ilo to who are entitled to the
said property. Anil that notice of the
Order, in the Knglisli language, be pub
lislied in the Maui News a newspaper
printed and published 111 Wailuku. for
three successive weeks, the last publica
tion to be not less than two weeks pre
vious to the time therein apiHiiuled for
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 1st dav
of November 1909.
S. It. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
EOMfNI) It. U.VKT,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27.
Al Oil A LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
. OF PYTHIAS.
Regular meetings will be lil.l ui it,-
Knu'hts of Pvthius Hall. Wuilnl- II JIM 1 111
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visitiiii lIU'tlllllTS nr.- r..r,li..lN- in.
vited to attend.
WM. AULT, C. C.
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OF R. & S.
LODGE MAUI, No. 84, A. F. & A. M
Stated meeiiiivs will he held nt
Mus:mie Hail. Kahului. on tb Hrtt
Saturday niyet of each month at 7.3(1
ViHi!iii! b-ellireii are eoi-diulle in.
vited to attend.
C. ("OAKLAND 11 V. M.
SJiector was set f"
Dr. St . Sure returned
resignation was acted ujxin and
withdrew the same. Dr. St. Sure
has been an excellent ollicel
his serviivs will lie a decided
MOWTGAGLL'S NOTICE OH I IN
TENTION TO FORECLOSE
AND Or: KALE.
Notice is given hereby that under the
power of sale contained in that certain
indenture of mortgage bearing date the
Sth day of November, A. I) 1905, and
apjiearing of recod in Liber 271, pages,
404, 405 and 406 of the Registry of Con
veyances, at Honolulu, executed by
Mioi to R. A. Wadsworth. The. under
signed holder anil owner of said mortgage
intends to foreclose the same and td sell
the mortgaged property because of the
non-payment of the twincinal and in-
lerest 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 of One
Hundred (Jioo.oo) Dollars of even date
with said mortgage, payable one vear
after date and executed bv 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, 011 Saturday the 27th dav of Novem
ber, A. I).. 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 t
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, MCandless Build
ing, City and County of Honolulu.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 2ird dav
of October, A. D. luoq.
R. A. WADSWORTH,
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY TO BE
"All of tint certain piece, parcel or lot
of land situated at Paia, Island of Maui,
and known as Apana 19th Section 2, of
the land hui of Hamakuapoko, and being
all of the same premises conveyed to
Mioi by deed of Kualii, which said deed'
bears date, August 22ml, iSS2, and ap
pearing of record in Liber 74, pages 246
and 247 of the Registry of conveyances
at Honolulu, and which said lot of land
contains an area of aliout 1.25 acres."
HOOLAHA A KA MKA PAA MORA
Kl NO KB I'.VMKl AME KUAI.
Ke hoolahaia aku uei, jnalalo o ka ma-
na kuaj uialokoo kela Moraki i hanaia
ma ka la S o Novemaba, M. H. iuo. a i
kopeia ma ka Buke 271, ma tia aoao 404,
405 ame 4..0 ma ke Keena Kakau Koe
ma Honolulu, e Mioi iaR. A. Wadsworth.
o ka mea uialalo iho nei, ka mea nana e
paa nei a o ka ona hoi o ua moraki 'la,
ke maiiao nei e paniku i ua moraki Ma a
e kuai aku i ka waiwai i morakiia no ka
uku cleia o ke kuinupaa ame ka ukupa
nee e paa nei ma o ka nota ame kahoaie
i hixipaaia ma ua nota 'la. Ua haawiia
ua moraki Ma no ka hoopaa ana i kauku-
ia mai o kekahi nota no Hookahi Ilaneri
Dala, ($nxi.oo), i hanaia i ka la hookahi
no me ua moraki 'la, a e ukuia hoi iloko
o hookahi makahiki mai ka la i hanaia
ui e Mioi j oleloia.
Ke hoolaha pu ia aku nei.' matione o
la pan ana o ekolu pule mai ka la o ka
hoopuka uiuaia ana o keia hoolaha, oia
hoi, ma ka Poaono, la 27 o Novemaba,
M. II. 1909, ma ka hota umikumauialua
ua Ia la, o ua waiwai i morakiia no ua
kumu i hoikeiu maluiia a'e e kuaiia ana
ma ke kudala akea ma ka puka komo o
ka Hale Hookolokolo ma ke taona o
Wailuku, Kalana o Maui, Teritori o Ha
Keanoo ke kuai ana: Ma ke dala
kuike; 11a ka mea kuai mai e uku i kalilo
o 11a palapala apau.
No na mea i koe e niiiau i ka mea nu
lla ka inoa tnalalo iho nei, a i oleia la
James L Coke, kona Loio, ma Riiini
308, McCandless Building, Kulauakauha-
le ame Kalana o Honolulu.
Hanaia ma Wailuku, Maui. 1 keia la
23 o Okatoba, M. n. 1909.
R. A. WADSWORTH,
Mea Paa Moraki.
KE A NO O KA WAIWAI E KUAIIA
"O kela apana aina apau loa e waiho
Ma ma Paia. Mokupuui o M aid i it'i.i:!
Apana 19. Mahele 2 o ka Aina Hui o Ha
makuiipoko, a oia no hoi kahi a pau i
hooliloia ia Mioi ma ka palapala kuai a
rwuaiu, i uauaia ma Ka la 22 o Augate,
I V2, a i kopeia ma ka Buke 7.1
aoao 246 ame 247 111a ke Keena Kakau
K01 ma Honolulu, a o ka Hi o ua apana
aina Ma he 1.25 eka. oi aku a etui mui
DIS. J. J. CAREY
Office, Sc li ra d e r iilock
Wailuku, Maui, T. H,