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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, J 909
Use RED SEAL CARBONS for your TYPEWRITER
IT IS THE BEST
SOLD ONLY BY
Office Supply Co. of Honolulu 'or Merchandise Department, K. 11. R. Co.
. . . .
Severe cold predominate in Wailuku
Tlie roods are in excellent shape nfler
the recent rains.
H. M. Coke of Wailuku wants your in
W. S. Mountcaslle is extcted home
soon from a visit to the coast.
The Misses Center are sending a few
days visiting Mrs. Jennie Marshall.
A. V. Clark of the Maui Agricultural
Company was in Wailuku Tuesday.
Hon. H. 1. Baldwin was a passenger
to Honolulu by the Claudine Wednes
Harry T. Mills is agaiu in town, col
lecting back bills from slow players and
The Women's Aid Society will meet
with Mrs. Batlclle next Tuesday, Novem
If you are in need of any household
goods attend the auction at F. Hons' to
day at 10 a. m.
Mrs. Corbaley is expected on Maui
o in on a visit to her son U. N. Corbaley
cashier of the Kahului Railroad Co.
The steamer Mauna Loa is due ut
McGregors Landing and Lahaina next
Monday evening on her way to Honolulu.
From all reports the Russians seem to
be entirely satisfactory on Maui and what
is just as geod is that they ure satisfied
with their lot. .
The Kahulut Railroad Company has to
its credit the fact tljat on arbor day it
planted out betweeu three thousand and
four thousand trees.
4 Best opportunity ever offered the peo
ple of Maui to secure bargains, today at
10 a. in. at F. Hons' auction sale.
Next Thursday, the 25th iust., will be
Thanksgiving Day, and will be kept
throughout the Territory. Government
. offices and banks will closed.
H. M. Coke has bought out the auction
business of D. H. Davis and will conduct
a general auction business whenever
there is anything in that line.
E. A. Douthitt and James L. Coke
have announced the formation of a
artuership for the practice of law. They
are located in the McCandless building
Manager W. A. Baldwin of the Haiku
Fruit and Packii.g Company was in Wai
luku Thursday. While here he sold
many lots of canned pines to local mer
chants. Doctor W. B. Deas of Hana was in
Wailuku Wednesday on his way to Ho
nolulu where he will attend the annual
couveution of the Hawaiian Medical As
sociation. By Tuesday evening's Mauna Kea Mr.
II. A. Baldwin, manager of the Maui
Agricultural Co. arrived on Maui, hav
ing returned from the coast on the
Siberia last Monday.
Among the passengers arriving by the
steamer Mauna Kea at McGregor's Laud
ing. Tuesday evening were: A. T. An
derson, wife-and child, Mrs. Akina, Rev.
Nutaui, F. L. Hadley, andS. Hauiaiuoto.
Thanksgiving Services will be held
Sunday evening Novemlier jist, at half
past seven o'clock at the Wailuku Union
Church. A special, printed order of ser
vice w ill be used. The public are cordial
ly invited to attend.
One dollar per do. Barred Roch, Black
Minorca, White Leghorn eggs for hatch
ing. Two dollars per nine Bronze Tur
4t. . Makawao.
W. A. Sparkes, book keepers of the
Kahului Store, returued by the Mauna
Kea Tuesday evening after spending
three weeks in the capital 011 jury duty.
Mr. Sparkes was taken sick in the city
V .but is now able to resume his duties.
On Wednesday morning there was
largely attended reception given by the
ladies of the Alexauder House to the
Chinese women of Wailuku. About sixty
accepted the invitation. The affair was
delightful in every way, and the guests
bad a good tiuie.
J. Goldstein, commercial traeler sells
dry goods of all descriptions including
silks, satins, muslins, woolt us. He sells
ready made goods for ladies and gentle
men. He will be here the latter part of
November and will have a big auction
sale. The date will be announced
Today at 10 a. 111. F. Hons' entire
household effects will be disposed of at
auction at his residence, Kahului.
Mr. and Mrs. F.dwiu Soper anil sou of
Olaa are spending a few days on MaXii as
guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wadsworth.
l'alrick Cockett, the Waikapu, rancher
returned from a business trip to Hono
lulu by the Mauna Kea Tuesday even
ing. Mrs. Kodriguese, formally of Honolulu
has opened dressmaking parlors in the
Tain Yau Block, Makawao. l'atrouage
Mrs. k. II. Dodge has been spending
two weeks in Makawao, visiting Mrs. K.
B. Turner, while the Parsonage has been
The total sugar crop for the island of
Maui amounted to 134,605 tons, of which
100,000 tons was shipped through the
port ol Kahului.
The Wailuku Auto Company wants
your business. We have good cars and
ANTONB DO RF.GO,
Wichman & Co. of Honolulu have
donated a handsome jade ring and gold
thimble to be sold this evening at the
fair at the Alexander House for the bene
fit of the Ladies Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd.
Word has been received of the marriage
in New York of Mr. A. W. Collins, the
surveyor for the Maui Agricultural Com
pany and Mrs. Kthel Baker. The newly
married couple are well known on Maui
where they will make their home after
paying A visit to Mr. Collins old home in
Maine and a visit to Mrs. Collins family
in San Francisco.
Lovers of good music should not miss
the concert to be given in connection
with the Fair to be held by the Wouiaus
Guild this evening at the Alexander
House. The program has been somewhat
rearranged so as to include a Violin Solo
by Mr. H. Pogue and Trios by Miss M.
Hoffman and Messrs Pogue and Lufkin.
The concert will commence as soon as
the special trains arrive which will be
about 7:45. .
Mrs. H. P. Baldwin has leeu greatly
improving the property in town that she
owns the William and Mary Alexauder
Parsonage. A substantial new stonewall
has been completed as far as the main
entrance, and the fences in the lower
part of the yard have been all torn down,
and new ncs built. The interior of the
arson age has been whitened, and a
roonf up stairs finished off with new cas
ings aild flooring. .
"The Maui News says that W. H. Heeu
came to Hilo last week to uegui ins
duties as deputy county clerk of Hawaii
Hawaii Herald, November II. The Maui
News did not say anything of the kind.
Brother Bucklaud is evidently in ueed of
a pair of specs. Here is what the News
did say and what Hilo people will find
to be correct: "W. II. Heen Jr. has ac
cepted the position as Deputy County
Attorney of Hawaii and went up to Hilo
Saturday to begin his duties."
Knights Hold Farewell Social
in his Honor.
Tli Knights of Pythias gave a
farewell social at their castle hall
Monday evening in honor of Fer
dinand Hons who is leaving Maui
after a residence of many years.
AlMiut fifty nieniliers were present
ami a most enjoyable evening was
Pancing ami cards Were tlie prill
cinal means of amusement. Excel
lent refreshments were served.
Invitations to the social were eon
lined lo nieinln rs of the order and
to members of their families.
Mr. and Mrs. Iloushaveu host o
friends on Maui who wish them
every success ami prosperity where
ever they may go.
Torokichi Ka wahara Charged
Torokichi Ka wahara appeared le
fore Judge McKay in tlie district
court 011 Thursday morning and
listened to evidence that caused him
to he hound over to appear lie fore
the" grand jury on a charge of mur
der in the first degree.
Sada, the wife of the defendants
dead brother gave convincing evi
dence against the accused.
She said that she wn not in the
room of their home at the time the
trouble took place but had leen in
another room for nliout three min
utes. On hearing a struggle in an
other room sJie entered ami found
three men there. The defendant
had her husband by the throat with
his left hand and in his right he
held 11 fish knife. Ib r husband held
the wrist of the defendant with one
hand and his arm by the other. In
the room at the time was another
Japanese by the name of Toinemoto.
(She said the defendant was chok
ing her husband ami pushing his
neck against a shelf. She said she
threw her nrms around the defen-
lant and tried to prevent his using
the knife. She called out 'What '
is the matter with you?"' She said I
the defendant said '1 came to kill I
both of you."
She said that when she entered
Tonicmoto was Kt ivwn tin- brothers '
but that when she entered he stop-.
She identified the knife shown
her as the one used by the defendant
on her and the one he had in his
hand during what she saw of the
struggle. She said that as her hus
bands hand fell the defendant struck
her with the knife and cut her hip.
She called tmt to Ishida who came
ind looked in. lie said "what is the
matter" and rushed out.
As she still held the defendant he
cut her right wrist. She continued
to call out "murder, murder, help,
iclp. Finally luuguka came in and
took awny tlie knife.
The witness was in 11 very weak
condition and had to le partly
carried into the courtroom.
Judge Kepoikai allowed the wit
ness every consideration and kind
ness and as it was' agreed that the
witness could not continue the strain
without a recess the court ami attor
neys adjourned to the hospital in
the afternoon where the cross ex
amination was conducted.
The witness did not tlaini that
she saw the fatal blow struck nor
did she even claim that she snwany
blow struck her husband.
Doctor Win. Osmers was called as
the next witness.- After this the
territory rested ami the defendant
was committed, lhe ease will come
up in March.
pealed Tenders will be received by the
Superiuteudent of Public Works until 12
in. of Monday, December 6, 1909, for
hauling the pipe for the Kula pipe line
from the railroad cars at Paia, Maui, and
distributing the same along the line of
the work from Olinda to Kanaio.
For full information, proposal blauks
and specifications apply to Sueriuteu
dent of Public Works, Honolulu, or to
F. E. Harvey, Olinda, Maui.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, November 8, 1909.
Maui's Two Greatest Mills
The Maui Agricultural Company's
mill at Paia began grinding on Mon
day morning and it is confidently
expected that a thirty thousand ton
crop will be the result.
This plantation has done some
wonderful development work during
the past few years ami the recent
increase in the capital stock showed
that most progressive and judicious
methods are and have been in vogue
there for years.
The great mill at l'uunene belong
ing to the Hawaiian Commercial and
Sugar Comany prceeeded the mill
at l'a in in tlie matter of the date of
beginninggrinditighy just one week.
A record crop is expected there.
At Kahului preparation have
been underway for some time to
facilitate the shipping of the in
creased oulput of the coming season.
Superintendent Williams has had
constructed an extension to the
wharf that will save much time and
lie the means of loading a greater
amount wf sugar per day at exactly
the same cost as the .lesser amount
coast in the past. The increased
tonnage shipped during the active
season will be considerable and will
mean a decided gain for the railroad
The tug Leslie Baldwin is on the
ways undergoing :i
hauling while 11 wow
equipped with an engine and is used
to manipulate a submarine scraper
that is keeping the channel deep
near the wharf. This improvised
dredger is a most economical affair
and effective for the purpose requir
The wharf has had a thorough
overhauling and the hoisting apara
tus enlarged and improved.
Manager Pcnhallow of the Wai
luku Sugar Company has made a
number of improvements on the
Wailuku Sugar (Vs. estate that .vill
mean much fortius prosperous plan
tation. Old Humes have given way
to railroads and the water that was
used to float cane will lie put to the
more profitable service of irrigation.
lhe season bids fair to be a good
one for all concerned.
Observes Arbor Day with
The following program was ren
dered in the large double room, and
all the grades took part in the exer
cises Music America, Aloha Oe, School
Recitation Only a Seed, (irado II
Music The (iarden Bed,
Recitation -The I'seful Trees,
Music Tlie (irand Old Trees,
Words by Miss (Jricknrd.
Concert Recitation Peter's
(iarden, (irade I
Reading The Hoy Who Hated
Trees, tirades III, IV, V.
Music Hawaii Ponoi, School.
Talk Conservation, Miss (Jrickard
Tree Planting Pupils of all grades
Sixty trees were planted, also
some shrubs, and flowers, by the
Trnlrm at Excursion Rntes.
Trains for the ba.aar to be given by
the Womans Guild of the Church of the
Good Shepherd on Saturdav, November
2olh, will run as follows:
Leaves Paia at 7 p. m.
Leaves Spreckelsville at 7:15 p. in.
Leaves Puuneue at 7:15 p m.
Leaves Kahului at 7:30 p. m.
Returning will leave Wailuku at the
close of the bazaar.
RUBBER PROPERTY FOR KALE.
Six acres planted in 3000 Ceara Rubber
Trees betweeu four and fiv years old.
Also over fifty Aligator Pear trees return
ing more than $75 anlmally, also
numerous Mango, Bread Fruit, Ohia and
other trees. Owner retiring from busi.
ness. Apply Box 5, Wailuku.
Nov. 6, 13. jo, 27.
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THK
SF.CONI) CIRCUIT TERRITORY OF
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of I'RKD
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 H. P. Baldwin "Adminis
trator of the Estate of Fred C. Baldwin
wherein he asks to be allowed $25, 372. 60
and he charges himself with $1905.14,
and asks that the same may be examined
and approved, and that a final order may
be made of Distribution of the property
remaining in his h.mds to the persons
thereto entitled, and discharging him
and his sureties from all further respon
sibility as such Administrator.
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 13th
day of December A. D. 1909, at 10 o'clock
A. M. before the Judge of said Court at
the Court Room of the said Court at Wai
luku Island of Maui, be and the same
hereby is appointed as the time and
place for hearing said Petition and Ac
counts, and that all persons interested
may then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may present
evidence as to who are entitled to the
said property. And that notice of this
Order, in the English language, be pub
lished in the Maui News a newspaper
printed and .published in Wailuku, for
three successive weeks, the last publica
tion to be not less than two weeks pre
vious to the time therein apxiinted for
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 1st day
of November 1909.
S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Edmcnu H. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27."
IF YOU GET
by us it may eo.U you a little more
than to have it done by a black
smith, but in the end it will be the
Mail your watch to us and we
will attend to the rest.
Only First Class Work Done
J. A. R. VIEIRA & CO.
IIS Hotel St., HONOLULU
pupils under direction of their
teachers, each tree to be thespeeial
care of lhe pupil who planted it.
All are greatly interested in the
care and growth of the trees and
in making their school gnunds as
neat and beautiful as possible.
MO R TO AG EE' 8 INOTICE OH IN
TENTION TO FORECLOSE
AND OF KALE.
Notice is given hereby that under the
power of sale contained in that certain
indenture of mortgage bearing date the
8th day of November, A. D 1905, and
appearing of recod in Liber 271, pages,
404, 405 and 406 of the Registry of Con
veyances, at Honolulu, executed by
MioitoR. A. Wadsworth. The under
signed holder and owner 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 ilue on the promissory note and
debt secured thereby. The said mort
gage was given to secure the payment of
the promissory note for tlie sum of One
Hundred l$loo.oo) Dollars of even dale
with said mortgage, payable one year
after date and 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. D. 1909, at twelve o'clock nooa
of said day, saiil mortgaged property for
the reasons alove stated will 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 if purchaser.
For further particulars apply to the
undersigned or to James L. Coke his At
torney at Room 30S, McCandless Build
ing, City and County of Honolulu. -
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 23rd day
of October, A. D. 1900.
R. A. WADSWORTH,
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY TO BE
'AH 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
M101 by deed of Kualii, which said deed
bears date, August 22nd, 1882, and ap
pearing of record in Lilier 74, pages 246
and 247 of the Registry of conveyances
at Honolulu, and which said lot of laud
contains an area of alxnit 1.25 acres,"
HOOLAHA A KA MBA PA A MORA-
Kl NO Kh PANIKU AME KUAI.
Ke hoolahaia aku uei, malalo o ka ma-
ua kuai malokoo kela Moraki. i hanaia
ma ka la 8 o Novemaba, M. II. 1905, a i
kopeia ma ka Hake 271, ma na aoao 404,
405 aine 406 ma ke Keen a Kakau Kope
ma Honolulu, e Mioi iaR. A. Wadsworth,
o ka inea malalo iho nei, ka mea nana e
paa nei a o ka ona hoi o ua moraki 'la,
ke mauao nei e paniku i ua morakU'la.a
e kuai aku i ka waiwai i moraki ia no ka
uku oleia o ke kumupaa ante ka ukupa-
nee e paa uei ma o ka uota aine ka hoaie
i hoopaaia ma ua nota Ma. Ua haawiia
ua moraki Ma 110 ka hoopaa ana i ka uku
ia mai o kekahi nota no Hookahi Haneri
Dala, ($100.00), i hanaia i ka la hookahi
no me ua uioraki Ma, a e ukuia hoi iloko
o hookahi makahiki mai ka la i hanaia
ai e Mioi i oleloia.
Ke hoolaha pu ia aku nei, mahope o
ka pau ana o ekolu pule mai ka la o ka
hoopuka uiiiaia ana o keia hoolaha, oia
hoi, ma ka Puaouo, la 27 o Novemaba,
M. II. 1909, ma ka hota umikumamalua
o ua la Ma, o ua waiwai i morakiia no ua
kuinu i hoikeia maluua a'e e kuaiia ana
ma ke kudala akea ma ka puka komo o
ka Hale Hookolokolo ma ke laoua o
Wailuku, Kalana o Maui, Teritori o Ha
Ke ano o ke kuai ana: Ma ke dala
kuike; ua ka mea kuai mai e uku i kalilo
o na pnlapala apau.
No ua mea i koe e iiiuau i ka mea no
li a ka iuoa malalo iho uei, a t oleia ia
James L. Coke, kona Loio, ma Rnmi
308, McCandless Building, Kulanakauba-
le ame Kalana o Honolulu.
Hanaia ma Wailuku, Maui, 1 keia la
23 o Okatoba, M. II. 1909.
R. A. WADSWORTH,
Mea Paa Moraki.
KE ANO O KA WAIWAI E KUAIIA
"O kela apana aina apau loa e waiho
Ma ma Paia, Mokupuui o Maui, i ikeia o .
Apana 19. Mahele 2 o ka Aina Hui o Ha
makuapoko, a oia no hoi kahi a pau i
hooliloia ia Mioi ma ka palapala kuai a
Kualii, i hanaia ma ks la 22 o Augate,
iN8j, a i kojn-ia ma ka lluke 74, ma na
aoao 246 ame 247 ma ke Keeua Kakau
Kope ma Honolulu, a o ka Hi o ua apaua
aina Ma he 1.25 eka, oi aku a emi mat
DR. J. J. CAREY
Ollice, S c h r a d e r J Slock
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.