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THE MAUI NEWS-
'SATURDAY JULY 30, 1910
There will be a special meeting of the
A lob a Lodge tonight at the usiml hour
United States Marshal Hendry and
District Attorney treckoii9 were in Wai
luku this week on business.
Baseball fans will soon be hnppy for
the plans to have the Waseda team visit
Maui two weeks hence are running
Jos. Gouveia, a sergeant of the First
Infantry N. G. H. and crack shot, is in
Wailuku, having been sent, for to do
some blasting work for the County.
The big safe of the I'aia Store suc
cumbed to the heat of the fire, aud the 1
entire contents were totally destroyed.
The gold, silver and nickels in it were
fused in one mass. The vault of the
plantation office was uninjured.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerritt P. Judd of Phila
delphia, Pa., spent last week visiting the
Key. and Mm. Henry P. Judd of Kahului.
They left last Saturday afternoon per
Mikahala for Kaunakakai to spend a
couple of weeks at the .VIolokai ranch
visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Cooke.
In the Cornwell estate partition suit
before Judge Kingsbury Wednesday last,
the parties interested agreed to a settle
ment, and the Court appointed Hugh
Howell commissioner to ascertain if the
lauds could be equitably partitioned or
whether they must be sold and the pro
Now that the prohibition question has
been disposed of, the Maui Dry Goods &
Grocery Co. Ltd. desire to call the at
tention of their numerous friends and
patrons to the stock of rugs, matting etc.
carried at their Furniture Department.
A whole house Dan be furnished complete
from their varied stock.
Chas. E. Royal's comedians played to
very good houses at the K. of P. Hall
Saturday, and Thursday evening last.
The actors gave the people their money's
worth in fun. Mr.. Royal announced he
will return in two and a half weeks when
he will give a play for the benefit of the
building fund of the church.
Mis9 Ethel Cox of Puunene was
thrown from her horse Thursday last
aud was quite severely injured. So much
so that she remaiued unconscious and in
a very critical condition all of that day.
Friday morning word was received that
she had recovered consciousness aud will
soon be out of danger.
According to people from Kula the
last joint of galvanized piping fr the
Kula pipeline will be jointed today, and
the line will be ready to conduct water
from Olinda to Ulupalakua and Kauaio.
Contractor Laudgraf has finished the
work within th" time limit in spite of the
difficulties he had to overcome.
Suit in equity for the partition on the
Cornwell Ranch was heard before
Judge Kingsbury the 27th inst. The at
torneys for the plaintiffs are, Thompson,
Clemmons and Wilder, and Douthitt aud
Coke. "The respondents are represented
by Lorrin Andrews aiuf' Judge Weaver,
Kepoikal and Burchard, Vivas and Cor
rea, and D. H. Case.
Rev. G. Tanaka, who Vr thirteen
years had been a resident and a mission
worker among his Japanese countrymen
on Maui, leit last Tuesday to go, to
Riverside, California, where he will take
charge of the Congregational mission
work in the Tananese colony there. He
was accompanied by his niece Miss K,
Tanaka and Miss Asa Konishi, who will
seek higher education iu one of the aca
demies of the Golden State.
An interesting letter received from
ReV. Wm. S. Short, during the past year
a frequent visitor here, and who has
many friends on Kauai, states, amoug
other things, that "I have removed to
Maui, and have taken up my residence at
Wailuku, succeeding that good man
. Canon Wm. Ault. It is an interesting
work, and a delightful sport. I am sure
I shall like it here, tho I shall miss Ma
ine vou all in lovely Kauai. Please ad
dress "Garden Island" to me here."
Between the 6th and 10th of July Soo
Chong a partly demented Chinese resi
dent of Keanae, Maui, disappeared and
the body was found in the stream Sun
day morning, July loth. Coroner L. L,
Joseph was notified and he empanelled a
jury who investigated the matter and
returned a verdict that the deceased
came to his death through waudering iu
a demeuUd slate aud fulling into the
stream at Keanae, or by deliberately
jumping iutojthe stream with the iuteut
to commit suicide.
- Marshul Hendry of the Federal Court
returned to Honoluiu by the Claudine
last Tuesday taking with him Mr. Garcia
of Hamakuaooko. who was arrested for
endorsing a check of $13 issued from Mr,
Hendry's office. The check belonged
to another mau by the same name
Garcia who could neither read nor write
signed the check with a cross mark pro
perly witnessed. The prisoner, Garcia
who may be an iimocent victim of some
smarter man, has lived in Hainakuapoko
for twenty-four years, and has the repu
tation of being an honest man.
of the Plebiscite.
The following figures of the un
official returns show how the vote
stood in the County of Maui, nnd
f Kalawao. Executing the figures
or Lanai, which were taken from
the Evening liulletin, the others
were secured by 'phone nnd wire-
ess, with two precincts yet to be
icnrd from 011 Hawaii and one pre
cinct, Niihau, on Kauai.
recincts YES NO
st I .mini 12 3
2nd Honolua 7 3!)
3rd Lahainn 81 1SS
4th Olowalu 1 21
5th Wailuku 55 227
(itl Waihee 27 ,
th Puunene (11..
Stli - Kihei 3...
1th Ilomiaula 3...
l()t h-Kula 8..,
llh Miikawno 11.
13th Huelo 2 30
14th Kennae 0 41
15th Nahiku 13 ;...
10th liana 40 ,
17th Kipahulu 18.
ll)th Ilalawa 17
20th Pukoo 20 51
22nd -Kaunakakai 14...
Fatal Automobile Accident.
Tuesday evening a very sad acci
dent happened at Makawela on the
beach road which runs to Kahului,
when Wong Linn was killed by
falling from his son's automobile
while getting out of the machine,
and striking his head on a rock by
the road side. His skull was frac
tured and ho died a little while
Mr. Wong Yong, the son of the
decedent who was driving the car,
and was the only person present
when the fatal accident happened
made the following sworn statement
to the coroner's jury. "My father
Wong Lum was on the automobile
and wc were on our way from Ka-
ului. The wind blew my father's
coat from the seat where lie had
laid it. I saw the coat on the
ground and stopped the machine.
My father jumped off when the
machine came to a stand stilj, and
he fell on the rocks mauka side of
the road. When I picked him up
le was unconscious but breathing
very rapidly. 1 pui mm on me
machine, took him home, and went
for the doc jr."
He died a little while after the
accident. Sheriff Saffery empan
elled a coroner's jury and their ver
dict after hearing the testimony
and examining the body of Wong
Lum aged 53 years, was that lie
came to his death from injuries re
ceived. to wit: A fracture of the
skull from, an accidental fall from
Another Man With
a Ready Knife.
The evening of July 23rd last,
Kasaku MaUunaga, who is not
very good character, stabbed Y. Doi
in three places at a Japanes show
in Waikapu. Matsunaga, who is of
the quarrelsome rowdy kind, criti
cised the show in very unfavorable
terms so that Y. Doi called him
Matsuniuia promptly struck Doi
on the lack of the head with a bot
tie. At the blow Doi turned aroum
and Matsunaga, who had pulled out
a big knife let drive and cut hi
victim a deep gash on the lace and
Ijclow the right ear. He landed two
more vicious knife stabs, one in the
shoulder and the other on the right
breast of his victim before the by
standers could interfere. He was
nroiimtlv seized and turned ovwr t
the police. Wednesday last Judge
1). W, Hurchard committed him for
trial to the OctoUr term of the
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT TERRITORY OF
Iu Probate At Chambers.
Iu tlia Matter of the Estate of P. KI,
late of Koali, Hana. Maui, deceased, be
fore Judge S. B. KINGSBURY.
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Final Accounts aud Discharge in
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of N. Omsted. Adminis
trator of the Estate of P. Ki, late of
Koali, liana, Maui, deceased, wherein
be asks to be allowed 96.10 and he
charges himself with $543.40, and asks
that the same may be examined and ap
proved, and that a final order may be
made of Distribution of the property re
maining in his hands to the persons
thereto entitled, and discharging him
and his sureties from all further respon
sibility as such Administrator.
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 5th
day of September, A. D. 1910, at 10
o'clock A.M., before the Judge of said
Court at the Court Room of the said
Court at Wailuku, Island of Maui, be and
the snme is hereby appointed as the time
and place for hearing said Petition and
Accounts, and that all persons interested
may then and there appear and show
cause, it any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may present
evidence as to who are entitled to the
said property. And that notice of this
Order, in the English language, be pub
lished in the "Maui News," a weekly
newspaper printed and published in Wai
luku, for three successive weeks, the last
publication to be not less than two weeks
previous to the time therein appointed
for said hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 28th day
of July, 1910.
(Sgn.) S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
(Sgn.) Edmund H. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
July 30, Aug. 6, .13, 20.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT TERRITORY OF
At Chambers In Probata.
In the Matter of the Estate of TAM
AWANA. late of Makawao, Maui,' de
ceased. Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
for Probate of Will.
A Document purporting to be the Last
Will and Testament of Tarn Awana, de
ceased, having on the 27th day of July,
A. D. 1910, been presented to said Pro
bate Court, and a petition for' Probate
thereof, praying for tte issuauce of Let
ters Testamentary to Lueinda Cook K.
Carter, Geo. Groves and A. F. Tavares
having been filed by A. F. Tavares.
It is Ordered, that Monday the 5th day
of September, A. D. 1910, at to o'clock
A. M., of said day, at the Court Room of
said Court at Wailuku, County of Maui,
be and the same is l.ereby appointed the
time and place for proving said Will and
hearing said application.
It is Further Ordered, that notice
thereof be given, by publication once a
week for three successive weeks in the
'Maui News" newspaper, printed and
published in Wailuku, Maui, the last
publication to be not less than ten days
previous to the time therein appointed
Date at Wailuku, Maui, this 27th day
of July 1910.
(Sgn.) S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge'of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
(Sgn.) Edmond H. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
uly 30, Aug. 6, 13, 20. '
Chin Tai Cuts up
Three 0! His Friends.
Thursday morning last word waB
sent in to the ixjliee authorities tnat
in a fight at Camp One, Puunene,
Chin Tai had badly slashed three 'of
his countrymen with a big knife
Chin Tai was placed under arrest,
brought over and locked up in the
County Jail. He was battered some
and had lieen felled by a stroke over
his head, with a bit of furniture
probably what was used for
"Kitty'' from which the police
believes the fight riginated over a
gambling dispute, although the
prisoner and victims keep very close
inonthed when asked as to the
origin of the trouble.
Of the threw victims due was bad
ly cut up around tke kuad, the
scalp being laid open. Another re
ceived a deep cut in the palm of his
right hand so thut two of tho fingers
are almost as good as severed. It
apiwars from the accounts of tl
victims that Chin Tai got mad over
something, which the victims will
not divulge, and proceeded to do up
someone. His friends tried to stop
him ami he slashed them with the
knife, with the result above noted
I A mi im o
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Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Co., Ltd.
Remember Your Credit Is Good
I . ,
Mortgagee's Notiee of Intention
to Foreclose and of 8ale.
Notice is hereby given that nnder the
power of sale contained in mortgage dated
une 2, 1909, from Mrs. Mary Oltien, of
Paia, Maui, to the Young Men'sSaving's
Society, Limited, a corporation, on re
cord in liber 314, on pages 319-351. Re
gistry of Conveyance of Honolulu, the
owner and holder thereof intends to fore
close same and to "sell said mortgaged
property because of non-payment of prin
cipal and interest due on the promissory
note secured thereby.
The above mortgage was given to se
cure payment of a promissory note for
Two Hundred Dollars.of even date there-
with, payable one year after date, exe
cuted by said Mra. Mary Olsen and W.
Olsen, to the Young Men's Savings' So
ciety, Limited, or order.
Notice is likewise given that, after the
expiration of three weeks from date of
6rst publication of this notice, to wit: on
Monday, August 22, 1910, at twelve
o'clock noon of said day, said mortgaged
property, for the reasons above stated,
will be sold at public auction, at the front
entrance to the Court House in Wailuku,
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Terms of sale cash, and deeds at ex
pense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to J. Gar
cia, or to D. H. Case, of Wailuku.
Young Mkn's Savings Societv, Ltu.
Dated July 30.
Description of Property to be Sold.
All that certain piece, parcel or lot of
land, situute at Pulehunui, Kula, Maui,
containing an area of one acre, together
with improvements thereon, same being
described in deed of one Kauahuna to
Kalalaina Kaiama, dated the 9th day of
April, A. D. 1891, and being one of the
pieces or parcels of land described in
deed from Kalalaina Kaiama and Joe Ka
iama, her husband, to Mrs. Mary Olsen
aud Victoria Kapiioho, dated June 1 6th,
1902. and recorded in liber 234 en pages
July 30 to Aug. ao.
VM44- 'eo YEARS
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Anrona aendtnf a .ketch ana dMarlpHnn mty
qulckir aaoertain our optaioa fraa wboar aa
ttoat atrtotlr 0uA4utl
nf oldMl u.ucf for Mduriu pmciit.
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MHvtat hoMm, without ch aria. In tb
A biniUomely tllMtrated. wwklr. I -rrt cir
culation nf Mlvnuaa Journal. 4'rnis, S3 a
re.r ; ttur month, II. Sola bf all iMwadealara.
tea & Co Hew York
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Hoolaha a ka Mea Paa Moraki no
ke Panikuame Kual,
Ke hoolahaia aku uei, inalalo o ka
mana kuai maloko o kela moraki t fcana
ia June J, 1909, e Mrs. Mary Olson o Pa
ia, Maui, i ka Young Men's Saving So
ciety, Limited, he lmi i hoohuiia, i ka-
kau iu ma ka buke helu'314, aoao 319-321,
ma ke KeetiaKakau Kope o Honolulu, o
ka ona ame ka mea e paa uei i ua moraki
ala, ke makemake nei e paniku i ua mo
raki ala, a e kuai hoi i ka waiwai i mora
kiia no ka uku ole ia o ke kumupaa ame
ka ukupanee o ka nota i hoopaaia e ua
I'a hanaia ka moraki maluna'e i mea e
boopaa ai i ka ukuia ana o kekahi nota
no Klua Haueri Dnla (200.00), 1 hanaia
ma ia la hook ah i no, e ukuia iloko ohoo
kalii niakahiki mabope mai o ua la ala,
i hanaia'i e Mrs. Mary Olsen ame V.
Olseu i ka Young Men's SavingsSociety,
Kaupalenaia, a i ke kauoha puha.
Ke hoolaha pu ia aku nei, mabope o
ka pau ana o ekolu pule mai ka la e boo
puka mua ia ai o keia hoolaha, oia hoi:
ka l'oakahi, Augate 22, 1910, ma kahora
12 o ke awakea oia la, e kuaiia ana ka
waiwai i morakiia no na kuiuu i boikeia
maluua, ma ke kudala akea ma ka puka
komo o ka Hale Hookolokolo o Wailu
ku, Kalana o Maui, Teritori o Hawaii.
Ke ano o ke kuai ana, kuike ke dala,
ma ka aoao o ka mea kuai na hoolilo no
No na mea i koe e ninau ia J. Gurcia, a
i ole ia D. H. Case, o Wailuku.
Young Mkn's Savings Society, Ltd.,
Mea Paa Moraki.
Hanaia July 30, 1910.
O kela apaua aina holookoa e waiho ala
ma Pulehunui, Kula, Maui, uona ka ili
he hookah i (i)eka me na waiwai apau
nialuna ona, elike'tueia i lioakakaia ma
ka palapala kuai i hanaia Apcrila la 9,
1S91, a oia no kekahi o na apaua aina i
hoike ia ma ka palapala kuai a Kalalaina
Kaiama ame Joe Kaiama, kana kaue ma
re, ia Mrs. Mary Olsen ame Victoria Ka
piioho i hanaia June la 19, 1892, a i kope
ia iloko, kabuke aupuni helu 234, aoao
July 30 to Aug. 20.
Notiee ut Opening of Government
Notice U haieby given that all appli
cations for the opening of public lands
(or settlement, must be made upon blanks
(urnikhed by the Commissioner o( Public
Lands or the ub-ageuts of the different
laud districts, aud the applicants must
swear to the same lx-lore a sub-agent.
Commissioner of Public Lands
Dattxl at Honolulu, July 29th, 1910.
July 30 U Aug o.
mm e mi t
Another Automobile Accident.
Monday July 25th, while nn auto
mobile from Sakamoto's garage with
a Japanese woman passenger in it
was going down the Market Street
hill at Mill Street junction, the wo
man for some reason wanted to get
out of the car. Instead of asking
the chauffeur to stop the machine
she got up and jumped off the
speeding machine. She was thrown
to the ground violently and slid
aljout thirty feet before stopping be
ing very badly bruised about' the
face and part of her lody, but luckily
no bones were broken.
At the Maui Hotel Friday even
ing of last week alnjut forty guests
sat down to a fine banquet to dis
pose of the menu and listen to witty
ppecches and predictions about the
future prospects of the Maui Racing
The Fourth of July meet at
Sprecktl's I'ark, Kahului, this year
was pronuneed the most successful
one ever had since racing was taken
up on Maui.
Mr. W- F. Crockett's Fpeceh was
voted the beet of any made at the
banquet, but the remarks of toast
master 1). II. Davis' were second to
none in keeping the spirits flowing.
iu a merry mood all the while the
ba nquet lasted.
It was said by keeping the siiorts
clean and clear of all suspicion the
racing events at Spreckels' l'ark has
attracted visitors from all over the
Islands, who come to hxik at the
sports of kings for the sake of the
Improvements were suggested to
be taken up by the Association later
which will make Spreckels I'ark the
finest racing track on the Islands.
Carriage and Automobile
Corner Market And Main St. Wailuku.