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SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 19 JO
THE MAUI NEWS
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered at the l'oit Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class mailer.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday.
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ANNUAL MI I.TIMO.
The Regular Annual Meeting of Stock
holders o( The First National Hank of
Waihiku will be held at ill Hanking
House, in Waihiku, on Tuesday January
lSth, lyio, ut lo o'clock A. M.
C. 1). U'I'KIN,
Dec. IS, 25, Jan. I, 8, 15.
Iluh V . Coke,
F.dltor and Manager
JANUAKY 1. H)10
Higher education 1ms made a tivmetidoiw advance in New York. One
of its new high schools, that is, is to he eight stories high.
One of the strong recommendations of Judge I.urton for a seat on the
supreme liencli is that he has made good twe of his oipoi tunilies.
Former l'resident Hoosevelt is now expected to return in June, which
will he pleasant news for the crowds intending to go down the hay.
New York after all seems to he the headquarters of the uplift. Some
thing like N(K),0OO people are hoisted daily, in the elevators of that city.
Mr. Rockefeller said the other day that he wa no longer engaged in
activities, and yet he has taken to riding a motorcycle.
Said to be After Babbilis
One strong oandidat for the posi
tion of superintendent of puhlic in
struction which will he vacated hy
the incumbent, Y. II. Uahhitt. the
last day of this year is said to he
C. It. Buckland, editor of the llilo
Herald. Mr. Huckland arrived in
town by the Manna Kea last Sat
urday, and although he has made
no statement as to the purpose of
his visit, it is known that he is in
a receptive mood in regard to t tie
Mr. Buckland is not a stranger
to official life. About three years
ago lie held the position of chief
clerk of the Territory.
There is much detail woik and
statistical work connected with the
position of superintendent of public
instruction and Mr. Buckland
fairly gloats in statistics and de
tails. It is said of him that he can
get more joy out of a column of
tables and statistics than a small
boy can out of a little red wagon,
ami he would rather read a patent
ollice report than the latest best
Mr. Ruckland has been offered
by Census Director Clark the post
of supervisor of enumerating for
the windward side of the Island of
of Hawaii. He has not yet accept
ed, but Doctor Clark states that he
hopes Mr. Buckland will consent
to serve. Buckland recently re
fused the census superintendency
of the whole island on the ground
that lie could not afford lo spare
the time from his newspaper.
Should Huckland land Babbitt's
job, it is understood that Wallace
It. Kurringlon will be a candidule
to succeed to the editorship of the
Hawaii Herald. Advertiser.
Bryan's Mantle May
Fall on Harmon.
Washington, December 1 I Well
delined and well-supported plans
have just been made in Washington
to start the campaign of (Inventor
Judson Harmon of Ohio for the
Democratic nomination for l'resi
dent of the United Slates. His cause
is to be made the cause of the conser
vative Democracy of the South.
Conservative Democrats elsewhere
than in the Soutli- have been turn
ing their eyes toward Harmon with
more and more interest ever since
the death of Governor Johnson of
Minnesota. Northern Democrats of
conservative tendencies did not
know to what extent the Ohioan
would appeal to the South. Follow
ing conferences in Washington,
which have just ended, the Demo
crats north of theiine are soon to
have a definite answer.
The Ohio (inventor has just'left
Washington. His visit here was
supposed to he one of entertainient
only, but without making public
proclamation of the fact, he man
aged to leant that there is a strong
Democratic clement in Congress,
composed of conservative Southern
numbers, who believe that he is the
one man who can win.
When the (inventor was told light-,
ly by a newspaper man that he was
the logical candidate for the nomi
nation "now that Johnson is dad
and Bryan a 'dead one,' ' ' he did
not seem to think that it required
any comment beyond a smile.
Governor Harmon was. urged to
undertake a journey through the
Soul hern Slates to make himself
known lo the people and the Gover
nor, it is said on sulllcient authority,
Tito Hcnular Annual Meeting of Stock -
liolilers of The I.aliaina National Hank,
w ill lie lielil at its Hanking House in I,a
liaina, Maui, T. H. on Tuesday January
lSth, lyio, at 7 o'clock V. M.
C. 1). M FKIN,
Dec. IS, 75, Jan. I, S, 15.
I Oil KALE..
A $15 Studchaker Huggv in good
condition. Inquire of
DR. J. II. FARRKI.I,,
Sfime JableDciliului Siailroad Co.
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, UMi'.l.
CLASS . I rass. j Pass. Pass.
STATIONS No. 1 No. 2 j No. 3
A. M. A. M. ' P. M.
Kahului Lv. 1" 7 oO 1 'JO
l'uunene Ar. (i 25 N 00 1 IJl)
.Puuuene Lv. c, :;o S 10 1 -10
Kahului Ar. fi -10 S 20 j 1 o()
Kahului Lv. 0 r0 1 2 00
Wailuku Ar. 7 02 1 2 12
Wailuku Lv. 7 10 2 20
Kahului Ar. 7 22 2 152
Kahului Lv. 7 2" I ; j 2 10
Spreckelsville Lv. 7 'M 2 "2
Paia Ar. 7 ".0 :'. Or,
I'aia Lv.! 8 00 E" :i 1.1
Spreckelsville- Lv. s 1.1 :! o0
Kahului Ar. S 27 ! :i 12
Kahului Lv. S .".(I j -j - i :j II
Wailuku Ar., S M j ; I 00
Wailuku Lv. It (HI j I 0.1
Kahului Ar. !t 1" ! ! - I 17
Kahului Lv. ! j I 20
Spreckelsville Lv I o2
1'jiia Ar. ! . ! I M
I'aia Lv. l I .10
Spreckelsville Lv. .1 01!
Kahului A iv ' " M
Pass. !&.. Freight, Freight
No 4 No. 5 No. 6 j No. 7
M. i A. M. : P. M. ; A. M.
10 ! ' j !l 1-1
2(1 : ! .10 00
21 i do i'.O
ii.l ' 10 II
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Kahului Railroad Co.
ALFXANDKB A- BALDWIN, LTD.;
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN', 11 D., Line of Sailing Vessels between
San Francisco .'inl Hawaiian I'orts;
AMEBICAX-lIA WAIIAN STKAMsllll' CO.
NOTICli OF AO.MIINIS I t, TOR'S
SALF. OF RI.AL lKOIblTY.
In the .Matter of the F.state of J. KA
MAKFI.F, late of Kainaole, Kula, Maui,
Notice is herehy given that pursuant
to the order of the Ilouorahle Seidell H.
Kingshury, Judge of the Circuit Court of
the Second Judicial Circuit of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, tit Chambers, in Probate,
made and entered in said Court on the
13th day of iteceinher, A. I). 1909, in
the matter of the Kslale of J. Kamakele,
late of Kainaole, Kula, Maui, deceased,
the undersigned Administrator of said
Kslale will offer for sale at public auc
tion, and will sell to the highest bidder,
for cash, at the front door of the Court
House in the tow 11 of Wailuku, County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii,' on Wed
nesday the 26th day of January 1910, at
the hour of noon of said dav, in parcels;
all of the right, title and interest of the
Instate of said deceased in and to those
certain pieces, parcels or lots of land be
longing to the estate of the said J. Kama
kele, deceased, and described as follows,
(1) All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate at Mokaaka, Waihee, Maui,
Royal Patent 539S, L. C. A. 42S4 H. to
Pauahi, containing . an area of 1. 30-100
(2) All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate tit Ahulua. Waiohuli, Kula,
Maui, described as A pan a 5, Royal
Patent 0523, L. C. A. 5279 to Palekai,
containing an area of 1 .K6-100 Acres.
(3) All those certain pieces or parcels
of laud situate at Houuaula, Maui, des
cribed in Royal Patent 4177, I;. C. A.
25S1 to Haulii, Apana 1, 1-5 Acre, Apana
2, 9.96-100 Acres.
(4) All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate at Keokea, Kula, Maui, des
cribed as Apana I, Royal Patent 7540, L.
C. A. 6417 to Kain, containing an area of
3. 14-100 Acres.
Terms of sale: Cash in V. S. Coin, sale
subject to approval and continuation by
said Conn. Deeds at the expense of pur
chasers. For further particulars apply
to the undersigned ut the nll'ice of Dou
thitt & Coke, AUonieys at Law, Rooms
30S-9 McCaudlcss llldg., Honolulu, T.
Hated December 151I1 A. D. 1909.
J AMISS I.. COKK,
Administrator of the Fstate of J. Ka
Dec. iS, 25. Jan. I, 8, 15.
IP YOU ilET
by us it may co.l you a little more
than to have it done by a black
Fintlh, hut in the end it will he the
Mail your watch to us and we
will attend to (he rest.
Only First Class Work Done
J. A. R. VIEIRA & CO.
li:5 Hotel St., HONOLULU
Will all those who have accounts
against me 011 the Island of Maui kindly
leave same at the First National Hank of
Wailuki:, where arrangements will be
made for monthly payments.
Come and make your selections
while the line is still complete
we have ever shown
Articles of Beauty and Artistic Merit
as well as those of titilily.
Cut Glass, Jewelry, Stationery,
Linen, Japanese Goods, etc.
A most complete line of
Toys, Decorations, etc.
lex, Maui, 1". H.