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SATURDAY, JANUARY 8f 1910
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THE MAUI NEWS
H. M. Coke of Wailuku wants your in
A. B. Campian of Hilo is sending a
vacation on Maui where he was em
ployed for a munlier of years at Kihei
and at Lahaina. He is registered at t lie
Maui was visited 1 y another thunder
storm and a heavy down pour Tuesday
On February 5th a great herd ' ICIks
"will leave Sail Lake City for Los ngeles
Sun Fraui-ihCo and Honolulu. Ti ey are
booked on the Alameda to leave F bruary
12th. It is reported that the F'l'xs have
bought up every berth on the Alameda
and no one not an Klk will be permitted
as a passenger on that trip.
A Portuguese man who had gone to
Kona in the hope of improving his health
died suddenly Monday evening on board
the Mauna Loa while sitting on a chair
iu his stateroom. He was suffering with
tuberculosis and was evidently in the last
stages of the disease when he went
Mrs. Rodriguese, formally of Honolulu
has opened dressmaking parlors in the
Tarn Yau Block, Makawao. Patronage
Because of the switchmen's strike on
the railroads of the Northwest, the con
gestion of freight along the lines has so
tangled up business that it is hard for
agents to tell which is switch.
Citizens of the rural districts of Ar
kansas are reported to be so prosperous
that they will uot accept positions as
postmasters iu fourth class offices. They
would rather be men of wealth than men
A Korean was found dead in the Wai
tnea stream last week, having evidently
been swept to his death by a freshet while
he was trying to cross it. His horse was
also found. It was still alive. Hilo
The Puunene avenue macadamizing is
completed and the road thrown open to
travel. The drive is the finest on Maui
and will be enjoyed by thousands of peo
ple. Walter 15. Shaw is back from Cuba. He
is enjoying good health and is much
pleased to be again on Maui,' where he
first made his home in 1878. Mrs. Shaw
is at their home in Honolulu.
Manager W. F. Cole of the Kaupakalua
Wine & Liquor Co. was iu town Monday.
He was driving his new auto, which is
one of the strongest aud best cars on the
market for out of town people.
The year 1909 is reported to be "the
best ever" for the farmers of the United
States, the value of the season's farm
products being well toward $ 9,000,000,000.
It is not surprising to learn that soil with
the energy to raise such crops is also re
ported to be lifting the farm mortgages
at a rapid rate.
The Wailuku Auto Company wants
your business. We have good cars and
ANTONE DO RRGO,
Poet William Watson's statement re
garding the original of his pen picture,
"The Woman With the Serpent's
Tongue," makes it seem probable that iu
startiug on his present trip to America he
did not buy a round trip ticket.
A row among some Market street Japs
resulted iu an overturned table n which
was a lamp. Miguel Paresa, who was
passing the house, rushed in and threw
out the Japs.
A New York judge has decided that a
hotel guest can give up his room to a
friend and the hotel managers cannot
' eject the latter therefrom. This means
that a guest owns the hotel (quarters for
which he has paid his dollars.
No doubt the Michigan furniture fac
tory that is making a new chair for l'res
ident Taft will be perfectly willing to
trade it even for the old one that has
been doing duty iu the White House
Muritaki paid twenty dollars fine and
three dollars costs into Court Monday for
beatiug a dog most cruelly on Sunday.
lie broke two of the animal's legs aud
then weut off aud left the dog to suffer.
The man who reads the "funny column"
And keeps his face serene aud solemn,
You may be sure is not the one
Who's ever tried to write "for fun."
For if he bad he'd kuow how hard
It is to make it by the yard;
A something that would make him laugh,
Louis Halverson paid ten dollars Mon
day into the district court for assault on
Antone Perji, a fellow sailor on the Ma
kaweli, while Perji contributed three
dollars for being drunk.
Quality counts. A mayoralty record
may serve as a stepping stone to the pres- L
idency or it may turn out to Iw n stumb
ling block. All of which is worthy of
being dwelt upon just now bv Boston's
At a meeting of the TrusteeS'of Kaahu-
lnanu Church on Monday afternoon it
was voted that Rv, Lincoln B. Kaume
heiwa should occupy the Parsonage of
the Church recently vacated by F.ditor
Hugh M. Coke.
At the Japanese Church on the last
Sunday of 1909, Rev. Mr. Dodge baptized
into the membership of the Church six
young people, three men and three wo
men. Mrs. James Coruwell of Waikapu was
taken to the Malulani Hospital this week.
. Maunaotu Semi.iary and Lahainaluua
school opened last Monday after the holi
days. On Friday of last week the young
women who are students at Mauuaolu
Seminary entertained their young friends
from ..the Lahainaiuna and other boys'
schools with some of the young men from
Wailuku at a very pleasant evening's en
tertainment at the Alexander Home.
There were about forty people present,
and a vry merrv evening it was. Games
and music were much enjoyed by all
present until half-past ten, when the
party broke up with "Aloha Oe". Mi
Tai Mot. E. Ting was chairmau of 'the
evening's entertainment. Delicious ice
cream, home-made candy and cake were
A neat Church Calendar was printed by
the News office for ths WaHuku Union
Church last week. The Calendar con
tained the usual order of public service,
the names of the officers of the Church,
special committees and a page of Church
notes. It is the intention of the Trustees
of the Church to publish the Calendar
The First National Bank of Wailuku
and the Lahaina National Bank have sent
to their many friends a neat financial
statement that seaks much for the en
terprise and good judgement of Cashier
C. D. Lirfkin and his corps of able assis
tants. The heavy rains of this week have done
many thousand of dollars worth of good
and the residents of the dry section of
xvuin urc rejoicing. a
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1 ne Hawaiian people 01 wailuku are
fortunate in having chosen so earnest a
Christian worker as Rev. B. K. Kaume
heiwa. Kaahuuianu church has not been
the scene of so much religious activity
for many years as under the guidance of
this earnest leader.
O. J. Whitehead aud family have mov
ed into the Main street residence recent
ly vacated by Dr. J. J. Carey. Mr. White
head is doing a good business with the
Singer sewing machines of which he is
the agent for Maui.
Dr. J. J. Carey leaves next Wednesday
for Honolulu where he will open dental
parlors and expects to make Honolulu
his permanent home. In the few years
that Dr. Carey was ou Maui he won the
confidence of the entire community. His
work has an established reputation that
is not excelled any where. He goes to
Honolulu for a larger field and give his
children better educational advantages.
S. S. Paxson, the Singer sewing ma
chine man, paid Maui a business visit
Billy Williamson the stock broker was
ou Maui this week. He wears abroad
mile iu contemplation of the great re
suits of rubber in the nearfuture.
A Rural manufacture duns his subcrib
ers in the following novel manner: "All
persons knowing themselves indebted to
this concern are requested to call and
settle. All those indebted to this concern
and not knowing it are requested to call
and find out. Those kuowiug themselves
to be indebted aud not wishing to call
are requested to stay at one place long
enough for us to reach them." Harper's
Kate Coruwell came up to Maui Tues
Treat your wife as though she were
(jueeu aud that will help to make her oue.
Mrs. F. Harvy and two children came
up on the Maunakea Tuesday.
You do not have to go to war to be
patriotic, Improve your locality uphold
your town, enlarge its interests, and lend
a hand to progress and you are a patriot,
a lover of your country, a truly as the
soldier who shoulders his musket.
Attorney James L. Cokeof the law firm
of Douthitt & Coke was in Wailuku Wed
nesday on legal business before Judge
Seidell B. Kingsbury. He returned Wed
nesday evening. , ,
Miss Cleoa Case returned to Honolulu
last night where she is attending school
at Punahou college.
Pereira returned to Honolulu Wed
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On New Year's day the boys Cotifrpany
L. of Lahaina gave aluau to their friends
under the banyan tree in the court yard.
The spread was an excellent one and
much enjoyed by all present, including
about a dozen of young people from Wai
luku. The next day the company turned
out for drill under the command of Cap
tain S. Keliinoi.
Miss Bissgard returned from Honolulu
A woman went into a newspaper office
and wished to advertise for her husband
who had disappeared. When told that
they charged two dollars an inch she
went out, saying it would break her up
at that rate as her husband was over six
The Honolulu dailies have increased
their advertising rates on the first of this
mouth. As the cost of every thing else
has increased as well as profits in all lines
of business the advance is justified and
as this step will make possible better
papers the business community should
lend their support.
The Virginian made port in Kahului
Thursday and will leave Monday with
During the 'time of the wind squall
from the north west Tuesday when the
Alexander Black was in trouble at Paia
the Makaweli, in Kahului harbor, which
had been held up all morning by a south
erly breeze, swung around aud touched
the reef with her starboard counter. The
harbor master aud pilot with the assis
tance of the Kahului Railroad Company's
tug were engaged in getting her back in
to place at the time the Alexander Black
Lothian Williams left last night for
Punahou college to resume his studies
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold its regular
business meeting at the Rectory Wai
luku, on Tuesday, Jan. nth at 2:30 p. m.
The Christmas tree exercises at the
Church of The Good Shepherd, of which
by an oversigi t, mention was not made
in our last issue was a most successful
event and much credit is due Rev. Canon
Ault and his corps of assistants for the
Christmas cheer they brought to the
many children present. Santa Claus came
down the chimney in the good old style
and distributed a profusion of appropri
ate presents to the many grateful little
District Deputy Supreuie Chancelor R.
A. Wadsworth goes to Houokaa and Hilo
next Tuesday to install the newly elected
officers of the Knights of Pythias lodges
on the big island.
Miss Rose E. Crook of Makawao is con
fined to her room by illness.
The Lansing came into Kahului Wed
nesday with a cargo of oil and sailed
We owe it to the community iu which
we live to do everything we can in every
way possible that will be to its advantage.
Our neighbor's prosperity means a great
deal more to us than someone's who lives
elsewhere. We should bear this in mind
in buvinc our goods. We can afford to
pay our home man a firm price for his
wares rather than send our money away,
knowing as we do that every dollar our
own ciMzen uiukcs win ucipiu busimiuui);
our schools, eburcues ana public mstitu
tions. It pays richly to patronize home
A $185 Studebaker Buggy in good
condition. Inquire of
DR. J. H. FARRELL.
BALDWIN NATIONAL BANK.
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Baldwin National
Bank will be held at the banking house
in Kahului on Tuesday, the 11th day of
Jauuary at 10 o'clock a. tu.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Jan. 1-8. Cashier.
Sealed tenders will be received by the
Siiparinteiident of Public Works until 12
m. of Saturday, January 29, 1910, for lay
ing the 6", 5", 4", 3" and 1 K"l van
ned pipe for the Kula pipe line, Maui.
Plans, specifications and proposal
blanks are on file in the office of the De
partment of Public Works, and may also
be had on application from Mr. F. K.
Harvey, Cnp Olinda, Maui.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all
. MARSTON CAMPBELL,
, Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, December 29, 1909.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL PROPERTY.
In the Matter of the Estate of J. KA
MAKELE, late of Kamaole, Kula, Maui,
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the order of the Honorable Seidell B.
Kingsbury, Judge of the Circuit Court of
the Second Judicial Circuit of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, at Chambers, in Probate,
made and entered in said Court 011 the
13th day of December, A. I). 1909, in
the matter of the Estate of J. Kamakele,
late of Kamaole, Kula, Maui, deceased,
the undersigned Administrator of said
Estate 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 town of Wailuku, County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, on Wed
nesday the 26th day of January 1910, at
the hour of noon of said day, iu parcels;
all of the right, title and interest of the
Estate 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 5398, L. C. A. 42K4 B. to
Pauahi, containing an area of 1. 30-100
(2) All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate at Ahulua, Waiohuli, Kula,
Maui, described as Apana 5, Royal
Patent 6523, L. C. A. 5279 to Palekai,
containing au area of 1. 86-100 Acres.
(3) All those certain pieces or parcels
of land situate' at Honuaula, Maui, des
cribed in Royal Patent 4177, L. C. A.
2581 to Haulii, Apana I, 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 Kaio, containing an area of
3. 14-100 Acres.
Terms of sale: Cash iu U. S. Coin, sale
subject to approval and confirmation by
said Court. Deeds at the expense of pur
chasers. For further particulars apply
to the undersigned at the office of Don
thitt & Coke, Attorneys-at Law, Rooms
308-9 McCandless ltldg., Honolulu, T.
Dated December 15th A. D. 1909.
JAMES 'L. COKE,
Administrator of the Estate of J. Ka
Dec. 18, 25. Jan. I, S, 15.
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Stocks and Bonds?
The Stockholders of the Bank
of Hawaii, Ltd., own a
controlling interest in our Com
Von know tliat means stability
We are tnciiilicrs of the Hono
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Will all those who have accounts
against Hie 011 the Island of Maui kindly
leave same at the First National Itaiik of
Wailuku, where arrangements will be
made (or monthly payments.
FREDERIC J. CHURCH,
The Regular Annual Meeting of Stock
holders of The Lnliaina National Hank,
will be held at its lianking House in La
haina, Maui, T. 1 f. on Tuesday January
iSth, 1910, at 7 o'clock P. M.
C. I). LCFKIN,
Dec. IS, 25, Jan. 1, K, 15.
LODGE MAUI, No. 98 4, A. F. & A. M
Stated mppiintfs will lie held ut
Mas-uiic Hall, Kahului. on the first
Saturday night of each month at ".ISO
ViHilinjf brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
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The Regular Annual Meeting of Stock
holders of The First National Hank 0
Wailuku will he held at its tanking
House, in Wailuku. on Tuusd'ay January
ISth. 1910, at 10 "'clock A. M.
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ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will he luld at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of eai
month. , '
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend.
VM, At'LT, C. C.
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