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SATURDAY. JANUARY 1, 1910
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THE MAUI NEWS
Miss Cleo A. Case is home for the holi
days. Mis9 Mary von Severn went to Hono
lulu this week.
J. O. Duarte was a passenger to Hono
lulu by the Claudine.
Christmas mail still arrived in Wailuku
this week Wednesday.
Lawyer Iturchard spent the holidays
with relatives in Makawao.
Miss A, Niggard was a passenger by the
Claudiue to town Wednesday.
It. M. Coke of Wailuku wants your in
Mrs. M. Wilson took the Claudiue at
Kahului Wednesday evening for Hono
lulu. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Foster were pass-
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Mr. and Mrs. M. R. l'ereira of Wailu
ku spent Christinas in town with rel
atives. Miss Edna Mae Lee and Miss Maxwell
have spent the holidays at the Alexander
' Miss Frances Marshall is home for the
holidays She is a student at Punahou
Miss Jennie Hansen of the Wailuku
public school is spending her vacation in
Arther C. Belts of Pnunetie spent the
holidays in Honolulu with his mother
Miss Eva L. Heusuer and Miss Harri
ette Lay are visiting Mrs. C. A. Mac
Donald at Lahainaluua.
W. A. Anderson, manager of the N'ahi
ku Rubber Co., was in Kahului Wednes
day nil his way to the city.
The Christmas tree at tne xuakawao
Union Church is postponed until after
the return of the Seminary pupils.
The First National Hank has for sale
new and second hand Red Brick. Trices
very low, must besold.
The annual meetingof the Maui Teach
ers' Association will be held at the Wai
luku school house on January 2S1I1 at 10
Rev. E. S. Timoteo, the popular evan
gelist among the Hawaiian Churches, is
at present engaged on the West side ol
Rev. John Nua, formerly pastor of
Kaahumanu Church, is now in Honolulu,
preaching as supply at different churches
Mrs. Rodriguese, formally of Honolulu
has opened dressmaking parlors in the
Tani Yau Block, Makawao. Patronage
The Women's Aid Society of the Wai
luku I'niou Church will meet with Mrs
C. E. Copeland on Tuesday January 4U1
at 3 o'clock.
A new church building was dedicated
.onLanaithe Sunday before Christmas.
Rev. Henry P. J udd preached the sermon
W. G. Scott of Paia was iu town this
week. He presented many of his friends
with 1910 calanders which were the first
for general distribution.
Haleakala wore a new white bonnet
Sunday. It was the first of the season
and a a result of it the air was quite
chi'.Iy the early part of the week.
Win. Chillingworth of Kahului spent
Christmas with relatives iu Honolulu. He
returned by the Mautia Loa Tuesday ac
compauied by Mrs. Chillingworth.
James Kirklaud returned from the
Coast Satunlav 111 company wuu ins
brother W. V, Kirklaud. They renewed
old acquaintances here anil returned by
the Claudiue Wednesday.
D. K. Pokipala, a coin-H-silor for the
Maui Publishing Co., was called to Wai
niea, Kauai, this week by the serious ill
uess of his father. He was accompanied
by his wife and two children.
The Wailuku Auto Company wants
your business. We have good curs anil
ANTONE DO REGO,
M. R. Pereira, foreman of the Maui
Publishing Co., relumed ftoiu Honolulu
Tuesday evening. He was accompanied
bv his brother Paul Pereira. who has
been steadily employed iu the composing
room of the Hawaiian Gazette Co. for
Mr. and Mrs. L. Tenncy-Peck returned
home the day Vfore Christinas by way
of Lahaiiia. Thev have been the guests
of Judge and Mrs. Seidell H. Kingsbury.
Mr. I). II. Case has lxiught the old
building opposite his resilience and is to
build a neat bam out of it. One more
eye sore on a prominent "Wailuku street
The heaviest downixmr of the season
struck Kahului Wednesday evening just
before tin sailing of the Claudiue. The
rain was preceeded by the blackest cloud
seen here which ca:ne up from the South.
E. L. Newman and wife went to Hono
lulu Wednesday where Mr. Newman will
follow his trade as a harness maker. Mr.
Newman has been located at Kahului for
a number of mouths. He is a first-class
air. Harlan Roberts anil .Mr. J. A. Wil
son, both teachers at Lahainaluua School
and Miss Pansy Roberts, a sister of Mr.
Roberts, and a teacherof Lahaina Public
School, were visitors at the Alexander
' It will be of interest to those who made
the acquaintance of Professor and Mrs.
John E. Sinclair last winter to know that
they are sailing for a short visit to Italy
and Switzerland, and so avoid the severe
winter weather in New England.
Editor Coke and family moved this
week from the Kaahumanu parsonage
which they have occupied during the last
four years. In this time Mr. Coke has
practically madeover the house and leaves
it for his own house on High street,
which he has considerably enlarged.
Rev. .Henry P. J udd, who has many
friends on Maui, was recently married to
Miss Martha Case, and with his bride has
been spending two weeks on the Molokai
Ranch with Manager and Mrs. Cooke.
The couple also spent a week on Lanai,
and returned to Honolulu in time for
Christmas. After January first they are
to live at 919 Prospect street, Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. I). II. Davis and child
and Mr. Davis' mother were among the
departing passengers 011 the Claudine for
Honolulu this week. Mr. Davis has re
signed his position with the Maui Wiue
& Liquor Co. to accept a position with
the Honolulu Brewing and Malting Co.
A Korean is in the Malutaui Hospital
for repairs for attempting to rid the com
munity of a nuisance by cutting his
throat. If he recovers he will face a
crimmiual charge forstaboing a Japanese
woman seven times in the back with a
knife on the Cornwell ranch on Wednes
day of this week.
The nwiLuer Church at Kauuakakai,
Molokai, which was dedicated Christina
Sunday with appropriate exercises was
planned and erected by Rev. D. W. K
White of Lahaina, Maui. This is the
Church iu which Mr. Geo. Cooke, the
manager of the American Sugar Coni-
s ranches, is much interested. Mr
ooke recently gave the Church a hand
some new organ, anil lias iloue a great
deal toward the erection of the new edi
Nymanover Makes Good
As a Piano Tuner.
A nice little story is told of Evert
Nymanover, the Minneajiolis piuno
tuner, win) was liere last week, tun
ing pianos and organs.
Wlnlo m ailuku he was put to
a severe test in tuning the Town
Hall piano. Mr. Sehrader, the band
master, wanted the instrument
pitched to correspond exactly to the
lvflat-cornet of a recent up-to-date
make, which meant a radical change
in the pitch and unison of the piano
However, the tuner turned the trick
ixicket his 10.00, and left for the
Mcdrcgors landing, to take the first
lmat for Honolulu. Mr. Nymanover
who by the way is a very line work
man in his profession, came hen
lately, direct from Australia. II
was here last Soring on a short call
but li ft their for the Ai.tipode. II
is now contemplating a trip to Alas
ka in the Early Spring.
The M Ai l Nmvs is fortunate
having received the promise of con
tributions from Evert Nymanever'
Dr. Clark Makes a Number of
Dr. t'lark, the director of the cen
sus for Hawaii, is rapidly getting
his otliee organized and his plans
for tin1 taking of the census, and
part of the actual work of finding
out who and what are in Hawaii will
probably begin some time in Janua
ry, depending upon whet tier or not
the schedules arrive from Washing-
n next month.
Dr. t'lark states that the first work
to lie done- will be the taking of the
agricultural census. The work of
enumerating the inhabitants of the
Territory will probably not start be
fore the middle of April.
Ex-Senator A. X. Ilaysclden has
been offered the posit ion of supervis
ing field agent for the Lahaina dis
trict and H. M. Coke for tlie Wai
luku district. loth have signified
their willingness to accept.
The agent to have charge of the
agricultural census on Maui has not
W. M. Mcfuade has turn ap
pointed to have charge of -the agri
cultural census of the island of Ha
waii. C S. Dole of liihue, in ad
dition to the work of enumeration,
will also have charge of the agricul
tural census . of Kauai. Dr. Clark
states that he hopes to have the cen
sus of agricultural manufactures
tartcd soon after January 1. "
C. It. liuekland, editor of the Hilo
Herald, has been tendered the posi
tion of superintendent of (.'numera
tion for the windward side of the
ig Island. lie has not yet signified
whether or not he will accept, but
Dr. ("lark says he hopes that Auck
land will take the job. Mr. IJuck-
and refused to take the supervision
of the whole island, on the ground
that he' could not spare the time
from his newspaper work.
The director has offered to l'almer
oods the position of superintend
ent of enumeration for the districts
of North and South Kohala.
One difficult problem that Doctor
Clark has encountered is that of
getting a number of citizens of Ori
ental descent, who can speak, read
and write both English and the Ori
ental languages, to assist in the cen
sus work. It is not so hard to get
Chinese, but considerable difficulty
is being encountered in obtaining
orientals who can handle both Eng
lish and Japanese. One Korean is
Those who go into the census
work must not meddle with politics.
They may neither Ix longto ilitieal
clubs nor engage in any political
work during the time they are em
ployed in the census. This is a rule
of the department to w hich Presi
dent Taft has called special atten
tion and which he declares must be
BALDWIN NATIONAL BANK.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Baldwin National
Hank will be held at the banking house
iu Kahului 011 Tuesday, the nth day of
January at 10 o'clock a. 111.
D. C. LINDSAY.
Jan. 1-8. Cashier
SEO.CEIKA At Kahului on December
27th, 1404, to Mr. ami Mrs. Manuel
Seipieira of Kahului, a daughter.
m-ii while touring that famous land
of gold and remarkable mountain
IN THE CIKCIIT COt'RT OF THE
SECOND CIRCl'IT TERRITORY OP
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of "kliA
NINI (k), late of Waikapu, Wailuku,
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for
On Reading and Filing the Petition of
Jns. N. K. Keola, Deputy Tax Assesor
and Collector, Wailuku District, Second
Taxation Division, acreditor, of Wailuku,
Maui, alleging that Keanini (k) of Wai
kapu, Wailuku, Maui, died intestate
Waikapu, Maui, on the 9th day of Ma
A. I). 1909, leaving property in the
Hawaiian Islands necessary to be admin
istered upon, and praying that Letters of
Administration issue to Chas. Wilcox.
It is Ordered that Monday, the 17th
dav of January A. D. 1909, at lo o'clock
A. M., be and hereby is apjiointcd for
hearing said Petition in the Court Room
of this Court at Wailuku, at which time
and place all persons concerned may
appear and show cause, if any they have,
why said Petition should not be granted,
mil that notice of this order be published
in the English language for three succes
sive weeks in the Maui News, a weekly
newspaper printed and published in Wai
Dated Wailuku Maui, Dec, 7th 1909.
S. H. KINOSIiVRY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Second
EiiMrxn II. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Dec. 11, 18, 25, Jan. 1.
Dr. J. J. Carey gives notice that all
amounts due him must be paid by Dec
ember 20 or they will be placed in the
hands of a collector. This course is made
necessary by reason of his removal to
Power of Attorney.
During my absence from the Territory
A. K. Ting and Wong Tim will act for
me with full power of attorneys.
. AH SEE.
July to January.
LODGE MAUI, No. 084, A. P. & A. M
Slated meeiintrs will lie held at
Masmic Hall, Kahului, on thp first
Sat urday niybt of each iiioni b at 7 .'Mi
Visi'mir brethren are p. rdiallv in
vited to at lend.
C. E. COPELAND 11. W. M.
t. f S-eretarv.
ALOH A LODGE NO. II KNIGH TS
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. OPR. & S..
Who Handles Your
Stocks and Bonds?
The Stockholders of the Batik
of Hawaii, Ltd., own :
controlling interest in our Coin
You know that means stability
We are memliers of the Hollo
lulu Stock niul Honi!
HAWAIIAN TRUST CO, LTD
Fort St. I'. o. lt.ix li:
Do not throw away your
old books. Sent! I horn to
the Maui Publishing Co.,
Printers and Uook-biti tiers.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OI IN
TENTION TO IOUECLOSE
ANI Ol: SALE.
Notice is hereby gfven that under the
power of sale contained in Mortgage
dated September 19, 190S, from Inn'sa
Mossman and W. L. Missman, of Wai
luku, Maui, to II. Strcubeek, of said
Wailuku, of record in Liber 309 Pages 237
239, Registry of Conveyances of Hono
lulu, the owner and holder thereof in
tends to foreclose nunc, and sell said
mortgaged property because of non-payment
of principal and interest due on the
promissory note secured thereby.
The above mortgage was given to
secure payment of a promissory note fur
two hundred and fifty dollars, of even
date therewith, payable one year alter
date, executed by said Louisa Mossman
and W. L. Mossman to said H. Strcubeek
NOTICE IS LIKEWISE GIVEN
that, after the expiration of three weeks
from date of first publication of this
notice, to-wit, on Monday, January loth.
910, at twelve o'clock noon of said
day, said mortgaged property, for the
reasons above stated, will be sold at pub
lic auction at the front entrance to the
Court-house, in Wailuku, Countv of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Terms of sale Cash, and deeds at ex
pense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to II.
Streubeck of Wailuku, or to 1). II. Case,
Dated Dec. 15th 1909.
DESCRIPTION OP PROPERTY TO HE
All of the undivided interest of Louisa
Mossman and W. L. Mossman in and to
that certain piece and parcel of land situ
ate in Wailuku, Maui, more particularly
lescribed iu Kuleana Ilelu 33y9 to Pae,
containing an area of 3. 88 acres, and be
ing the land formerly owned by Annie
Miner, now deceased.
Dec. IS, 25, Jan. 1, 8.
One roomy family phaeton at $('x.
W. (i. SCOTT.
Fine Job. Printing at the
Maui Publishing Co.
Tht Htmt adtfttd H
A N impromptu nnisirale is a!
possible; when you hav
Use it alone or to accompany other instruments.
It is ready whenever you are.
When we say "AXLRPLTff Piano", we do not mean any
ordinary player piano. We refer to iliose made by The Cable
Company the only ones to which this title xm-PLWER
properly applies. '
These instruments have many special, patented features
which you do not find in any other pianos containing player
devices. And it is these features which enable you to play any
composition with the human expression obtained when a skilled
pianist plays by hand.
All you have to do with an JWDt-pLA)TR Piano U to operate
the pedals and move three little lexers. It is simplicity itself
and yet you produce the most pleasing effects.
Call and we w ill place an WTR-piAM'R Piano at your disposal.
You can then sec for yourself how easy it is to play your favorite
selections on one of these instruments.
C. D.lLUFKIN, Agent.
IIOOLAHA A KA MHA PA A MORA
Kl NO Kti PANIKtl AMIi KUAI.
Ke hoolahaia aku nei, malalo o ka tna
na kuai maloko o kela Moraki i hanaia
Sepateniaba 19, 19.1S, e Louisa Mossman,
nine W. L. Mossman, o Wailuku, Maui,
ia H. Streubeck, o Wailuku i kakauiania
ka liuke Aupuni 309 aoao 237-239 ma ke
Keeua Kakau Kope o Honolulu i oleloia,
o ka una a me ka mea mana e paa nei ua
makemake e pauiku i ua moraki 'la, a
kuai hoi i ka waiwai i morakiia no ka
uku oleia o ke kutuujiaa ame ka ukupa
nee o ka nota i hoopaaia e ua moraki 'la.
t 'a haawiia ka moraki liialuna a'e i niea
e hoopaa ai i ka ukuia ana o kekahi nota
no elua haueri me kanalima dala i haa-
w iia ma ia la hookahi no, e ukuia ilokoo
hookahi makahiki niahope mai o ua la
'la, i hanaia e Louisa Mossman ame W.
L. Mossman i oleloia ia II. Streubeck i
KE IIOOLAHA PU IA AKl" NEI NO
nialioie o ka pau ana oekolupule tnai ka
la e hoopuka tnua ia ai o keia hoolaha,
oia hoi, ina ka Poakahi Ianuari 10,
1910, ma ka bora umikumamalua awakea
o ua la 'la, o ka waiwai i moraki ia, no na
kumu i hoikeia malunn, 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 niaie
No 11a niea i koe e ninau ia II. Streu
beck, o Wuiluku, a i oleia ia I). II. Case,
Mea Paa Moraki.
Hanaia Dekemaba 15, 191)9.
KE ANO O KA WAIWAI E Kl'AI IA
O ke kuleana apau i niahele oleia o
Louisa Mossman ame W. L. Mossman
iloko o kela apaua nina e waiho Ma ma
Wailuku, Maui, i hoakaka pono ia ma ke
Kuleana Ilelu 3399 ia Pae, noua ka Hi o
3.8S Eka, a oia no hoi kahi i 011a ia ma
mua e Annie Miner, i make.
Dec. 18, 25. Jan. 1, 8.
D. W. BURCHARD
ATTO R N BY-AT-LAW
Ollice: Sehrader Itldg. Main Street
Will practice in all Federal and
diitribt txtlutivtly th$ flaytr mtthn manufacturti
nly by tht Cablt Ctmaa