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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY JULY 10, 1910
Brief News Items.
The Honolulu sports went home happy
ami hugely, pleased with the way Maui
entertained them. .'.
The police had an easy Fourth of July
for there were no strong drinks to be had
and no drunks to be pulled in.
Mr. AV. S. Iluchard will be the district
magistrate for VVailukn while Judge
McKay is away on his summer vacation.
Acting district magistrate Crockett did
not have to lecture drunks the tuorntiig
after the Fourth, for there weren't any .
Tarwits who wish to send their sons to a
good boarding school should them to til e
Aliiolaui College. See notice in this is
sue. For laying the new Ltiluiiua water
mains A. II. I,andraf bid $4,569; which
he'board rejected as too excessive for fhe
work. '. "
. Judge Kingsbury being ill was unable
to delievera patriotic address at the Wai
luku Union Church Sunday evening 01
Who threw the egg at Kahookele? It
is claiiyed visitors from Honolulu did it
and that the Wailuku lxiys did not do it.
If so who did it?
In a match rnce netwecn the Maui
ponies Jubilee and Laity Jane Thursday
evening last week Jubilee won easily
from Lady Jane.
People who oame to spend the holiday
in Wailuku began arriving Friday night
and the last of theai left Wailuku Tues
day afternoon. Come again, you are wel
come. " .
On July 1st, 1910, a fixed white lens
lantern light, forty feet above the water,
was established on the Kahului break
water about four hundred feef from its
outer end. .' ,
'The officers of the Maui Racing ' Asso
ciation reported an easy time keeping the
crowds off the truck , at Spreckels Park,
for the people kept sober and were easy
Because a number of our big local poli
ticians were Invited quests to a wedding
luau at Pihaua lasl Saturday the rumor
got around that politics was the object of
the gathering. '
Officers of the Maui Racing Association
are talking of relocating the race course
at Spreckels Park so as to cut out the
worst curves at the eastern eud of the
egg shaped track;
Residents of Kula report that the pipe
line warps, twists and buckles jn the hot
sun at an astonishing rate, and will cause
the Contractor much pilikfa. ,
- The' Maui County Attorney's Depart
rnmit broke all records for excellent work
during the month of, June.- Of 148 per
sous prosecuted during the month the re
cord stood no acquittals and 14S convic
tions. To use an Irish Bull, can any
other County make a better showing?
O Maui no ka oi.
f BOtRDIINO SCHOOL POK HOYS
OfTers at Moderate Cost a Practical Education Preparing for Business or College Entrance
Competent JStaflT of Resident Masters
Hilo News Items.
The special term of the Kona Circuit
Court was opened' on June 25. The old
string of civil cases from Kau is being
tried. Miss F.va Scholtz, of Maui is act
ing as stenographer for the court. Hilo
Several people spent the Fourth at
Waimea; Aj number of races were pull
ed off, buttwing to the inclement weather
the great event of the day, the roping
contest, had to be 'postponed until to
day. Hilo Tribune.
By limiting homestead lots to a very
small area the new Commissioners of
Public Lauds will easily defeat the in
tent of the land law amendments recent
ly enacted by Congress. This we under
stand is the intention of some of the
members of the board but we doubt if
the majority will agree to any such un
American proposition. A. Setta.
There has been considerable specula,
lion among the local politicians in re
gard to the action of the Home Rulers
aud the Democrats of Kona who have
been having conferences with the view
f possible fusion between their, par
ties. There has been but little reliable
information coming from Kona in re
gard to the matter, but it appears, that
the fusion plan fell through mainly on
account of the nomination for sheriff.
The Democrats insisting on having Sam
Pua as the candidate, while the Home
Rulers utterly declined to consider any
one except their old love, Keolanui. Hi
Three bills huve been drafted by the
Commission of Advances to Homestea
ders. aud submitted to the Governor,
which will have a far-reaching effect on
the future of this Territory if they are
nassetl bv the next Legislature. 1 he
Commission Jrecommeuds, first, that the
Territory provide cheap transportation
for agricultural products; secona tliat 1111
provements an public land about to be
opened for lwmestead be made such as the
erection of houses, building of fences,
etc., aud, third, that the rate o interest
on deferred paynieuts to the Territory
by homesteaders be reduced to 5 jer ceut
per aunutu. Hilo Tribune.
BOILER TUBE CLEANER
Cleans both water-tulie and fire-tube ImiiU-is1, t'in. loving
vibration to aeootupl tnli its work. Made for all sizes of
tubes from 1 ! to ('' diameter and can be equipped to
operate in two or more different sizes of tubes.
We.nvite you to try one and return it at our expense if
it does not "prove satisfactory.
Main building from campus showing
Vegetable garden. Note open lanais.
Aliiolaui College is beautifully situated at t lie mouth of Palolo Valley in the must healthful of
the Honolulu suburbs. The life and decipline are directed to the development of character und
manliness. Outdoor life and games givun due prominence. Frequent expedition: to mountains
and beach are arranged. Special attention given to small hoys. Resident Matron attends to com
fort of students. Fees from $125 to $150 per annum according to age. School commences Tues
day, Sept. 12th. Prospectus sent on request, or may he ohtained at olliee of this paper.
L. C. BLACKMAN, Principal
' P. O. BOX 502, HONOLULU
Board of Public Land.
Notice is hereby given that the follow-
ng proposed land transactions are before
this Board for consideration. All persons
lesiring to object because the land should
be homesteaded or otherwise are request
ed to present such objections to this
Hoard in writing, or in person oa Mon
day,' August 29st, at 3 p. ni., at Execu
tive Building, Honolulu, T. II.
Iff County ok Maul
General lease of Pastoral lund of Waio-
huli and Keok'ca, between the Govern
ment road and the sea,' containing 10,-
264 acres. Terms of lease 21 years. Upset
rental f 1,028 per annum. Applicant, A.
M. Brown. .'
General lease of the lauds of Waiohuli
Keokea, lying mauka of the homestead
tract, and below the forest reserve, con
taining 1300 acres, more or less. Term of
ease 21 years. . Upset rental $135 per
General lease of portion of Waiakoa-
Alae 3 and 4, containing 365 acres. Term
21 years. Upset rental 36 per annum.
Exchange of remnan, of Alae 3 and 4,
lying makai of .the Government road,
and containing 310 acres. Offer to pur
chase for cash $3 per acre; or exchange
for the portion of KaoUoulu aud Alae' I
and 2, mauka of the forest reserve line.
Applicant for the above leases and ex
change, A. M. Brown.
Land exchange between the Govern
ment and the Kaeleku Sugar Co. for a
portion of the old Mission Lot, situated
n the town of liana, for 108.5 acres of
agricultural land. Applicant, County of
Kaeleku Sugar Co. right-of-way for
road through certain lauds situated in the
District ot Hana. Applicant, T. H. Da vies
Land exchange between the Govern
ment and J. H. Raymond land at Ka
maole and the Kanahena remnants, Maui.
Applicant, J. IL" Raymond. '
Island of Molokai.
General lease of land of Puualau of
pastoral-agriculural quality, containing
89 acres, more or less. Term of lease 15
years. Upset rental $150 per annum.
Applicant, Joel Kahinui.
(Signed) J. F. BROWN,
Secretary of Board of Pubic Lands,
June 21st, 1910.
June 25 to Aug. 13.
Notice to Trespassers.
Notice is hereby given that all persons
are forbidden from trespassing on my
lands at Omaopio, Kula, Maui. Any
one found on said lands without permis
sion will be prosecuted to the limit of
Kula, Maui, July I, 1910.
July 2nd to Oct. 1st.
' Trade Marks
r ..-O Designs
''ttlll Copvriomt Ac
Anrnna tending a (ketch and description m
quickly ascertain our optntna f rue whether au
Invention I. probably patentable. Comuiunlca.
tlon.MnctlTcoiitldentlal. HANDBOOK on Patent
Sent free, oldest aueiicr for securing patent..
Patent taken tkruuiib klutin A Co. revelTt
ton-mi notice, wit hout chariro. ill the
A handsomely lllnitrmted weekly. lanrett cir
culation of an ctentiae Journal. Term., 93 a
jrci.r: four month. L Hold, by all newadj-aler.
MUNN & Co.86,Bw-d-'- New York
Breach OrBee. Stt W BU Waautunlou. D. C.
Hoolohn Papa o na Aina Aupuni.
Ke hoolahaia aku netkc noonooia
iioi imua o keia Papa keia man
hana-pil i i na Aina Aupuni: O na
kanaka npnu e makemake ana e kuo
inai no'Wia manaoc wehe i ka aina
man home hookuonoono a no
kekahi kuinii e ae palia, ke koiia
iku nei e wailio tuai i ka lakoti inau
kumu kite ma ke kakau, a i clown
ka licit; kino ana inai imua o ka
Papa, Ponkahi, Angate 21). nia ka
liora 2 auina la, nia ka IlaleMana
HtK)To, Honolulu, T. II.
Maloko o kk Kalaxa o Mai ;i.
' llooliuialima nkea i na ainahanai
lioloholona ma Waiohuli unto Keo
kca, mawaena o ke Alanui Aupuni
anie kckai, nona ka ili he 10,3(54 cka.
Manawao ka hoolimalitna 21 maka-
liki; Ukli hoolimalima, 1,028 o
ka tnakahiki. Mea noi : A.M. Brown
.Hoolimalima akea i na aina o
Waiohuli anie Keokoa, mauka o
k?hi i liookaawaleia i inau home
hookuonoono, a malalo niai o kalii
i waihoia i wahi luiomalu no ka
ululaau, nona ka ili lie 1300 eka, oi
a eini niai pal in. Manawa hoolima
lima 21 inakahikr. . Uku hoolima
litna $135 o ka makahiki. .
Hoolimalima akea o kekahi hapa
o Waiakoa-Alae 3 me 4, nona ka ili
he 363 eka. Manawa luiolimalinia
21 makahiki. Uku hoolinialima
830 o ka makahiki.
Kuapo i kc koena o Alae 3 anie 4,
e waiho ala makai o ke Alanui Au
puni, nona ka ili he 310 eka. He
noi e kuai ma ke dala kuike no ka
3 o ka eka, a i ole e kuapo no ke
kalii wahi ma Kaonoulu ante Alae 1
anie 2, mauka o ka palcna o kahi i
hoomaluia no ka ululaau. Mea nana
keia mau noi liCHiliiualitna anie kua
po nialuna'e, A. M. Hrown.
Kuapo aina mawaena o ke Aupuni
anie Kaeleku Sugar Co, no kt kalii
hapa oka Apana Aina Misiona, ma
ke taoua o Hana, no 108.5 eka aina
mahiai. 'Mea noi. Ke Kalana o
Kaeleku Sugar Co., i pono alanui
maluna c kekahi nnui aina e waiho
ala ma ka Apana o Hana. Mea fioi
T. II. Daviestt Co., Ltd.
Kuapo aina mawaena o ke Aupu
ni me J. II. Kaymoml no ka aina
ma Kamaole anie koena Aina Au
puni ma Kanahena, Maui. Mcanoi:
J. II. Raymond.
MoKl'lTNI O MOLOKAI.-
Hoolimalima akea o ka aina ku
pono no ka hanai holoholona ante
mahiai ma Punalau, nona kaili he
JS'j eka, oi a emi paha. Manawa hfx
limalima he 15 makahiki. I'ku hoo
limalima $150 o ka makahiki. Mea
noi : Joel Kahinu.
(Kakauinoaia) J. F, IJROWX,
Knkauolelo Papa o na Aina Aupuni.
June 21, l'.UO.
Juno 21 to Aug. 13.
Junta das Terras Publican.
Pwr esta notieia e' feito "p'uhlieo
que estao perante esta Junta as
as proKstas ahaixo ineneioiiadaH
lAra serein consideradas:
Qtuilquer pessoa que deseje oppor
sci pflo faeto que estas terras devani
set dispostas ' cinno ."honienteads"
on d'outra qualquor forma diiverao
apresentar BUasohjeoeoes a esta.Iunta
por eseripto u propria pcreoa
Segundafeira 21) d'Agtisto pelas
2 horas da tardc" no Palaeio do Gov
erno em Henolulu, T. II.
'' Xo Cox. dado iK Mau.
Arrendaniento de terrene de pas
ta'gvni em Waiohuli e Keokea, entrc
a estrada Puhliea e o mar, eontendo
'6, 201 "acres, Termo, Je orrtjnda
mento 21 annos' OlTerta de renda
auhual . l .toS Reqtierente:. " A.
Arrendaniento dos terrenes de
Waiohuli e Keokea, nituados aeinia
dos terrenes dos '"homefiteads" e
ahaixo dos terrenes reservados para
floregta, eontendo 13CX) acres mate
on nicnos. Termo de arrendaniento
21 annos- ' Offerta dein-nda annual
Arrentlaniento d'uina parte de
Waiakoa-Alae 3 & 4, eontendo '803
acres. Termo de arrendaniento 21
annos. OlTerta de redda annual $30.
Treea dot restos de Alae 8 & -t,
situados ahaixo da estrada Puhliea,
conteiido 310 acres." OfTerta para
comprar a $3 por acre; ou trocar
pwla parte de Kaonoulu, Alae'l & 2
acirila da linha da resen-a da fleres
ta. Tlnquerente para os acinia .nien-
eienatlos arrennientes e treea. A
Treea de terrenes en'treo Oeverno
e a, ponipaijhia de Kaeleku per uma
parte do terrene deueminado Mis
sion Ixit" situado na Villa de Hana,
ptfr lQKe nieio acres de terra propria
par'a'agneultura. Kequente, Coiida
dii de Maui.
Kaeleku Sugar Co. para tun di-
reito de cam mho atravez certos ter
renes situados no Distrietode liana.
Requente T. II, Da vies it Co. Ltd.
TrtM-ca eutre o Cieverno e J. 11
Raymond per terrene em Kamaole
e os restos tie kaualicna, Maui.
Requerente J. II. Raymond.
XA ILIIA I'K Mel.DKAf.
Arrentlaniento de terra em Puna
lau tie piistagcin v tie agricultura
centende S'J acres maisett names.
IVrmo tie arrendaniento 5 annos
OlTerta de renda annual SI 50. Re-
qucrente: Jeel -Kahinui-
(AssiLMia.h.). J. F. BROWX,
Sccntarie tlas Junta da Terras
Junho 21 de 1910.
June 25 to Aug. 13.
Do not throw away your
old books. Send them to
the Maui Publishing Co.,
Printers and Book-binders.
Honolulu Ironworks Co.
The name that you always find on the very lifst
Sporting Goods made. AVe are the Spalding Distri-
. hutors for this Territory and carry a splendid stock
of these well known guods.
Do you play Bas j hall, Foot hall, Basketball,
Tennis, Golf, Hand b; )1, Croquet or any of the many
games that are played in these Islands? If you do,
or if you go in for Athletics of any sort, send to US
for your equipment and we will guarantee satisfaction.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
H o m e s and Lots
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Fresh Roasted Peanuts
always on hand
Orders taCen for
Fruits, Xuts and Cigars.
Ice Cold Drinks
Market Street, -:- -:- Wailuku.
Best for the home laundry.
White; there is no rosin in it.
Hard; lasts longer than common soap.
Heavy; therefore will do more work.
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
H. Haekfeld & Co., Ltd
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