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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1910
Mrs. Marks txk the Claudine Wednes
day for Honolulu.
Leon Capon took the steamer Wednes
day for Honolulu.
H. M. Coke of Wailuku wants your in
turance and auction business,
Miss B. Reist was a departing passen
ger by the Claudine of Wednesday.
Mrs. Noeau, a sister of Eddie Forsythe
of Makawao rerurned to Honolulu Wed
nesday. Mrs. Fannie M. Simpson of Makawao
has been Visiting friends in Wailuku this
Last Sunday evening Rev. Mr. Dodge
preached to a large congregation at the
The Santa Rita delivered a cargo of
crude oil at Kihel this week, and-left
Wednesday for the coast.
The Missourian arrived in Kahului
Thursday morning with freight, and
took away six thousand tons of sugar.
Captain W. R. Bal returned from Ho
nolulu Tuesday evening, where he had
gone as a. witness in the Wailuku water
Miss Anton of Los Angeles, and inti
mate friend of Miss Towner's is spending
two months' vacation at the Alexander
Mrs. Rodriguese, formally of Honolulu
has opened dressmaking parlors in the
Tarn Yau Block, Makawao. Patronage
County Engineer Hugh Howell re
turned from Honolulu Tuesday evening
where ke went as a witness in what is
known as the Wailuku water suit.
The Lurline brought the first consign
ment of lumber for the Kula Pipe Line.
The staves for the pipe will be manu
factured by the Kahului Railroad Co.
Attorney James L. Coke came up Tues
day on legal business connected with the
Kamakele estate, of which he is the. ad
ministrator. He returned Friday even
ing A 6ne lot of horses from the Cornwell
ranch will be sold at public auction, at 2
o'clock p. m., on Saturday, February 5th
by - Hugh M. Coke, the Auctioneer at
Miss Maria Kamai, formerly a pupil of
the Mauuaolu- Seminary and of the Ka
mehameha Girls School in Honolulu is
now living at the home of Mrs. R. B.
The HySdes came into port at Kahului
on Sunday morning. She brought two
hundred and forty thousand feet of lum
ber and mill work for the Fred Baldwin
W, Robb and family have moved into
the Vineyard street residence formerly
occupied by Edmund H. Hart and fam
ily. 1 Mr Robb expects to make Wailuku
his future hpme.
The Wailuku Auto Company wants
your business. We have good pars and
ANTONE DO REGO,
The dramatic recital which was to have
been given at the Maunaolu Seminary
this eveuing has been postponed. It will
be given early in February and announce
ment will be made later.
W, Robb has been engaged to take
charge of the stevedoring for the Kahu
lui Railroad Co. This is a new depart
tnent which the increase in shipping at
Kahului has made necessary.
' The Likelike came up Tuesday with a
large coast mail and much of the Lurline
. freight for Kahului. She returned to
town and came up again Thursday with
auother cargo of the Lurliue's freight
At a meeting of the Board of Trustees
of the Kaahumant Church, Wailuku, on
Thursday of this week, Mr. J. K. Kahoo-
kele was elected to membership of the
Board in place of Mr. Wm. B. Keauu,
who resigned last week.
A meetiug of the Maui County Cham
ber of Commerce, will be held at the
Wailuku town hall this afternoon, Satur
day, January 29th, for the purpose of
completing the orranization of the same.
All are cordially invited to attend.
Rev. L. B. Kumeheiwa returns this
morning on the Claudiue and will preach
at the Kaahumanu Church tomorrow
' morning. He took a few days longer for
bis visit to Honolulu, making calls upon
manv of his old friends, who are inter
ested in him snd his work of the Kaahu
nidnu church in Wailuku.
The Kahului Railroad Co. will build
the wharf decided upon by the company
for Kahului, and work will begin imme
diately after receiving the necessary
.material. The piles and heavy lumber
has already been ordered and will be
here soon. The wharf when completed
will cost not to exceed $32,000.
D. W. BURCHARD
Office: Schrader Bldg. Maiu Street
Will practice in all Federal and
Judge Burchard Raises In
Charles Chainlicrlain Inst week
plead guilty to n charge of having
committed adultery with his step-
aughter, May Saunders, a little
girl, whose age is in question, but
who is probably about thirteen
ears of age.
On Monday of this week, he came
into Court by his attorneys Judge
Kepoikai and 1). W, Hurehard, who
presented affidavits from the defen-
ant to the effect that he had not
committed the crime, and that he
md made the admission and plead
guilty under a misapprehension and
s a result of fear and intimidation.
The motion to reopen the case
md allow the defendant to change
his plea and substitute one" of not
guilty,, was set for -hearing on Wed
nesday to allow Deputy County At
torney Enos Vincent to return from
Honolulu and be present; as it was
to him as well as to the. Deputy
Sheriff and others that the confes
sion had been made.
The motion was presented by At
torney Buchard and argued at
ength with much force.'
County Attorney Case represented
the Teritory ami opposed the motion
on the groifnd that after u plea of-
guilty and sentence, that the court
had no jurisdiction and that the
only remedy defendant then had,
was to apply to the Circuit Court
!or a mitigation of sentence. He
cited many authorities in support
of his contention and is supported
by many of the attorneys here.
Judge McKay took , the matter
under advisement until Wednesday
afternoon at which time he held
that the Court hud jurisdiction in
the Imatter, and set the case for
tearing at ten o'clock on Friday.
The question is an interesting one
and will be watched with interest by
all of the local attorneys.
On Friday morning the merits of
the affidavits,, both pro and con,
were read and argued .
The most potent affidavit was that
of Sheriff Saffery who said under
oath that the defendant had asked
to see him after he was convicted
and asked to be permitted to see an
attorney. He said he asked the de
fendant why he wished to see an at
torney to which he replied that the
judge had given him too much. The
sheriff asked him if he was guilty of
the crime to which he readily re
plied in the affirmative but held to
the belief that the sentence was too
Doctors Osmers and McConkey
made affidavits for the territory
wJiile the affidavits of Doctors St.
Sure and Farrell supported the con
tention of the defendants attorneys.
Judge McKay dismissed the case.
An appeal was noted.
Broken and Unbroken Horses
Notice is hereby given that I will
sell at Public Auction on Saturday,
February 5th. 1910, commencing at
2 o'clock p. in., about twenty-five
head of broken and unbroken horses,
mares and colts, at Kihei, near the
Comonnd Secure a Bargain
HUGH M. COKE,
An Examination Will Be
The Bureau of the Census at Ho
nolulu has recently received from
Washington information as to the
test to be given the agents, who are
to enumerate the tiopulation of the
Territory next spring.
The 1910 test will be given to the
applicants on the Island of Oahu at
Honolulu. A few agents, who served
in the last Census, will not be re
quired to qualify. If tests are given
the other Islands, special nr-
angements will be made, and ap
plicants notified locally.
The 1!)10 ."test" will. ! very
similar to the one in the preceding
ensus and will consist in requiring
pplieants to fill sample schedules
from printed narratives concerning
The '.'test" population schedule
narrativeMn 1900 was", in part, as
The enumerator of the forty-
fifth enumeration district of the
ninth supervisor's district of the
State of Pennsylvania, in the village
f Port Hoyal, Londonderry Town
ship, Schuylkill County, logins his
enumeration June 1 , 1 900, at No.
201 Burton street.
"This house is occupied by a sin
gle family, consisting of Patrick
O'lieary, his wife, Margaret, and
lis son, James. ;
Patrick came to this country
from Ireland (where he was born of
rish parents) in May of 1870, When
he was just 22 years old. Three
years after his arrival he was mar
ried to an Irish girl who had come
over from his native a year before.
As soon as possible he became natu
ralized. He can read and write and
speak English, and owns a good
house, free of incumbrance, which
le has bought from his earnings as
a teamster, in which occupation he
has had steady work during the past
Margaret, his wife, is of Irish
parentage, and was lxmi in January,
and is nearly four years younger
than her husband. She has had two
children, only one of whom is liv
ing. She can read and speak English,
jut has to make her 'mark' for her
James was born in Harrisburg,
February, 1875. He has a good
common school education, works at
any sort of day labor, and secured
nine months' steady work during
the past year. He is not married.
In the next house, 203 Burton
street.the enumerator found an Eng-
ish woman by the name of Mrs.
Jane Parker, a widow, occupying a
rented house with her single daugh
ter, Virginia, and her married
daughter, Nellie E., and the hus
band of the latter, Albert Johnson.
'Mis. Parker came to this coun
try 31 years ago, has a good educa
tion, is a dressmaker by trade, and
has constant employment. She was
50 years old last April, and is of
Scottish birth on her mother's side.
She lias had four children, three of
whom are living and one of whom
'Virginia is of English parentage,
has been through the local schools
and has been a saleswoman for eight
months of tl A past year; she was
born in Philadelphia in March, 1877.
'Nellie E., was 28 yours old, last
January, and has but recently mar
ried. She was born in Baltimore,
reads, writes, und sicaks English.
.. "Albert Johnson, the husband of
Nellie, was born in New' York City,
of Welsh parents, November, 18G5.
He is in the grocery business and
keeps his own Ixioksand accounts."
It seems comparatively simple,
according to the supervisor, to draw
out of the above statement the re
quired details for the iiopulation
schedule and to enter them under
the proper column divisions relat
ing to location, name, relationship,
personal description, nativity, citi
zenship, occupation education, etc.
The opening of bids (or the laying of
the 6", 5", 4", 3", and i'," galvanized
pipe for Kula pipe line has been post
poned until 12 111. of Thursday, February
Io, 1 910. 1
Superintendent of l'ublic Works.
Public Works Dept., January 19, 1910.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, SE.CO y,Y
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF.HAWAII.
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN
SWIFT, late of Waikapu, Maui, deceased.
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Accounts, Determining Trust and
Distributing the Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of John Crowder, of Pakole,
Koolaii)oko, Oahu, Administrator of the
Estate of John Swift, deceased, wherein
petitioner asks to be allowed f and
charged with $ .'. , and asks that the
same be examined and approved, and
that a final order be made of Distribution
of the remaining property to the persons
thereto entitled, and discharging peti
tioner and sureties from all further
It is Ordered that Monday, the 7th day
March, A. D. 1910, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
before the Judge presiding at Chambers
of said Court, at his Court Room, in
Wailuku, Maui, be and the same hereby
is appointed the time and place for hear
ing said Petition and accounts, 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 preseut evidence as to' who are
entitled to the said property. And that no
tice of this order be published in the Maui
News, newspaper printed and published
in said Wailuku, for three successive
weeks, the last publication to be not less
than two weeks previous to the time
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated the 26th day of January, 1910.
S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
EDMUND II. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Jan. 29, Feb. 5, 12, 19.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
In Probate At Chambers.
Iii the Matter of the Estate of Keaniui
late of Waikapu, Maui, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to an order of the Honorable Seldeu B.
Kingsbury, Judge of the above entitled
Court, the undersigned was on the 19th
day of January A. D. 1910, duly appoint
ed administrator of the estate of Keani
ni, deceased, and that letters of Adminis
tration have been issued to the under
signed. All creditors of said Keaiiini, deceased,
and of said Estate are hereby notified to
present their claims with the proper
vouchers, if any exist, even if the claim
is secured by mortgage on real estate, to
the undersigned at his office at Wailuku,
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, within six
month from the date of this notice, said
date being date of the first publication of
said notice; otherwise, such claim, if any,
will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 29th day
of January A. D. 1910.
Administrator Estate of Keaniui, de
ceased. an. 29. Feb. 5, 12, 19.
Sealed tenders will be received by the
Superintendent of Public Works until 12
in. of Saturday, January 29, 1910, for lay
ing the 6", 5", 4", 3" and I J galvan
ized pipe fur the Kula pipe line, Maui.
Plans, specifications and proKsal
blanks are on file in the office of the De
partment of Public Works, and may also
be had on application from Mr. F. E
Harvey, Camp Olinda, Maui.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, December 29, 1909.
About all such a "test" can do is
to evidence "the legibility of an
applicant's handwriting and his
ability to determine .vhere to write
in the sample schedule the ficts
clearly stated in the narrative.
' Before the "test" the supervisor
will send each applicant a list of
instructions concerning filling in
the "test" schedules, which will
still further simplify the subject
and insure the passing of the test
by those who possess only an or
dinary common-school education
and practical common sense.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
ATLAS STEAM liNGIINliS
STANDARD GAS ENGINES
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
C. H. , Cooke, President W. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President
D. H. Case, 2nd Vice-President R. A. Wadsworth, Director
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier A. Aalberg, Auditor
J. Garcia, Asst. Cashier
EIGHTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
at the close of business, December 31, 1909
RESOURCES I LIABILITIES
Loans and Discounts $143,642.41
United States Bonds 25,000.00!
Bonds 61, 554. so!
Cash and Due from Banks 53,995.67!
Banking House, Furniture, etc 5,900.00
5 Redemption Fund 2,250.00'
E. &. O. E.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, ) ,
COUNTY OK MAUI, '
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above
above statement is true to the best'of my
Subscribed and sworn to before me
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These instruments have many special, patented features
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Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits 27,602.96
Due to Ranks - 3,891,24
Dividends Unpaid 1,400.00
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
knowledge and belief.
C. 1). L.UFK.1N, Cashier.
this 41I1 day of January, 1910.
COKE, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
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