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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, AUGUST G, I9J0
THE MAUI NEWS
literal at the Post Office at Wailuku, M mi, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published : n the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday.
Maul Publishing: Company. Limited.
Proprlelora and Publisher
Subsciption Rates, in Advance $2."0 per Year, $1.50 Six Months
Ch(, Wilcox ... Editor
SATURDAY. AUGUST 6, 1910
A conservation congress will be bole .
day of September, and an invitation h
asking this County to send a delegate
of the convention.
Conservation is a big question fraug'
future generations. Here in the Mid
itaelf into the one question of conser
right here on the Island of Maui enou
to irrigate every inch of land and t
run to waste but owing to the steep f.
sea the water runs off within a very i
is also noted a greater flow of watei
sources occur at higher elevations tha
zone. If reservoirs could be built
material, much of this waste could l
reclaim barren lands so that the same
tax paying population.
Perhaps these problems are met wi
wheres. If so, by sending a delegate
good might be reaped, and Maui can r
:it St. Paul, Minnesota, the nth
4 been received by the authorities
,o take part in the deliberations
it with big issues for the good of
ea Territory the issue resolves
'ng our water supply. Take it
h rah fall occurs in a single year
e ove' with enough water left to
tl bet cen the mountain and the
ort i'hile after precipitation. It
fro a springs und other natural
l a lower ones of the same wet
hea ny, lined with water tight
kw d with which to irrigate and
wot id yield crops and support a
h ai J are lieing worked out else
e St. Paul convention some
in the exchange of ideas with
We have been expecting to hear fr m the electric franchise holders,
but so far the owners of the franchise prefer to remain as silent as clams.
The people of Wailuku want the lights ind would be pleased to have the
franchise grabbers drop that matter ii to the hands of people willing to
do something for the country and for themselves. The franchise has
been lying dormant for three years and if the County should take up the
electric lighting proposition at all we vould suggest that it be taken up
with the proviso that householders ma get lights from the public plant
for the time being at least until the electric franchise people are ready
to sell lights. But for the lack of spac the names of the franchise hold
ers would get in print as they surely wul later.
The New York insurgents want Pinchot for Governor, and the regulars
led by Taft want Loeh, formerly Roosevelt's private secretary. Let us
see, Loeb managed to land a number ol sugar trust men in jail for swin
dling the Government out of millions i:: sugar duties, and Pinchot has
been making a lot of noise over the conservation policies. Loeb represents
achievement and Pinchot noise, i
Norgaard, the veterinary, is quoted is saying Honolulu milk is dirty
and suggests the Pasteur treatment for the affected cows. This bit of
news may have gotten mixed up in the transmission, but however, the
veterinarian is off his base. A nitration plant for water from the Nuuanu
dam will keep the milk free from dirt. There is no laugh in this. Give
the cows pure water and you'll get pun milk.
The famous Waseda baseball team seems to le disappointing their
countrymen by losing ball games to the Chinese team and others. Any
way their friends are enthusiastic enou h to start a riot as a counter at
traction. Maui fans should take a bin' in time and not get too hilarious
when the Waseda rooters are around ai :er the aseda's shall have lost a
game to the home team .
Don Jaime, the CaYlist pretender, h-ving hurled defiance at the Span-
sh Government has probably gone in lading to avoid the Spanish police
An Important Case
before Judge Kingsbury.
Before Judge Kingsbury a suit in
equity is being heard in the case
brought by Mrs. Annie Mulvany
Guardian for Mary Silva, to set a
side certain conveyances of property
to Mrs. Geo. II. Dunn, Mrs. Geo.
Glenn, and Mrs. W. II. Crozier. The
plaintiff is represented by Kepoikai
and Burcl.ard ' and defendants by
the firm of Holmes, Stanley and
The property involved is valued
at f 60,000. Sometime ago Mrs. Mary
Silva sold her Kaauainli lands to
H. P. Baldwin for 20,H), had the
money deposited in Bishop's Hank
$5,000 to the credit of each of her
four daughters, and at the same
time she deeded all of her Iahaina
lands andprojierty to them with the
understanding she was to enjoy the
" income from the lands (and funds
for the rest of her natural life. The
case ha been dragging along several
days. Mr. Olsen of the firm of
Holmes, Stanley and Olsen is Unk
ing after the interests of the defendants.
Cattle For Lanai.
The Lanai Ranch Company re
ceived trie first installment of pure
hi ;d cattle, on the Lurline, which
arrived in Honolulu, Wednesday.
T'ie cattle were a lot of six Hereford
hulls, and it is the intention of the
Rnch Company to cross tl.eni with
a 'ierd of Durham ln-ef cows which
w 11 be brought over from Niihau,
in an effort to improve the lx-ef
stack in the island markets.
A large shipment of Merino rains
ai-.' expected shortly. These will Ik
m'.xed with a large herd of ewes
w.th the expectation that they will
produce the finest kind of mutton
for the local markets.
Couldn't Say "No."
Lanai has not got over the plehis
ci " yet. There are thirteen voters
oi the little island who wander
al ut as if in a haze. They can't
iv durstand how Lanai went Prohihi-ti.-i
when they voted "Yes" under
tl-! impression that yes meant the
continuation of booze. The light
will dawn there some day. Bulletin.
INCLUDING BASEBOARD AND METAL COVER
THE ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER IS THE
EQUAL IN EVERY RESPECT OF ANY ONE HUN
DRED DOLLAR TYPEWRITER ON THE MARKET
Mrs. I. E. Gannon bought a fine canary
bird in Honolulu; also a handsome cage
to keep him in. The bird is an elegant
Chas. E. Royal's Comedians eave an
amusing entertainment last week.
Very active and nimble flying fish wers
seen near the breakwater a few days ago.
Georgie Dunn, a student of St. Louis
College, is enjoying his vacation at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor C. Schoenberg
have a very pleasant home at the Beach
There was an auction sale of goods in
Goo Lip Kee'a Store on Monday morn.
ing. It is understood that Goo will re
turn to China.
The Knights of Pythias held a special
meeting last Saturday evening in Lahai
William Makaena and, Abel Kauhai-
hao, graduates of Lahainaluna School,
will be assistants at Lahainaluna during
the coming year. Mr. Dearborn, who will
take Mr. Paschall's place, is an almunus
of Kansas University. Mr. Kauhaihao
has been attending tbe Honolulu Normal
School for the past two years. - David
Kalaau, a Lahainaluna boy, graduated
from the Normal School this year. He
will teach at Halawa, Molokai, his .old
Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald wer pao
sengerson the Mauua Loa Monday even
ing. Mr. MacDonald will be away for
two weeks. Mrs. MacDonal 1 will pro
bably remain on Ouhu during the month
Ruth Whitehead of Wailuku hat been
visiting August Waal for several days.
Mr. Olsen Walder, a plantationsurrey
or, and two Indies arrived from Hono
Notice ol Intention to Foreclose
and of Sule
Under and by virtue of tbe power of
sale contained in that certain mortgage
dated the' 29th day of May 1909,
made by D. K. Kabaulelio of Lahaina,
Island and County of ' Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, as Mortgagor, to Annie Z. Had
ley, of Honolulu as Mortgagee, and of
record in Liber 303, pages 365-367,
Hawaiian Registry of Conveyance, and
pursuant to Section '2 161 (Chapter 139)
of the Revised Lawsof Hawaii, as amend
ed by Act 59 of the Session Laws of 1907,
the undersigned hereby gives notice that
she intends to foreclose the said mort
gage for condition broken, to wit: the
non-paymeut of the principal sum se
cured by said mortgage when due.
Notice is hereby likewise given that
the property conveyed by the said mort
gage will be sold at public auction at the
auction room of Jauies F. Morgan, 857
Kaabumauu Street, Honolulu aforesaid,
Auctioneer on Saturday, the 3rd day of
September, 1910' at twelve o'clock noon.
The property conveyed by the said
mortgage and to be sold consists of all
those two certain parcels of land situate
at Makila, Lahaina, Island of Maui, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, and more particularly
described as follows, to wit:
I. House-lot of Makohai (k), situate
at Makila, said Lahaina, described in
Royal Patent 2715, Land Commission
Award 6209 and containing 2 roods more
' 2. All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate at Makila, said Lahaina, ad
joining tbe house-lot of Kamobai, and
being tbe same premises described in
Royal Patent 10427 Land Commission
Award 1 112. Area 346-1000 Acres.
Terms: Cash, United States Gold Coin:
deeds at the expense of purchaser.
For further partsculars apply to Larn
ach & Robiusoa, Staugenwald Bldg.,
Honolulu, attorneys for Mortgagee, or
James F. Morgan, Honolulu, Auctioneer.
(Signed) Annie Z, Hadliy,
Tobacco Leaf Is Satisfactory.
Kona Tobacco Company has in
creased its capital stock from $50,
000 to $75,000, papers having been
filed with Treasurer Conkling to this
The company has had such suc
cess recently, and the outlook for
the next crop is so good, that in
creased capital is needed to handle
Tobacco raised by the company is
shipped directly to New York, and
the reports received are so encour
tiging that a large crop is to be put in.
It is estimated that the present
crop will amount to 100,000 pounds,
according to a statement made by
A. N. Campbell of the company yes
terday afternoon. 'Bulletin.
Notice to Company "I."
Notice is hereby given that all mem
bers of Company "1," First Infantry
N. G. H., whose euljstmeuts have ex
pired, must return all government pro
perty in their possession to the Company
Commander at the Armory before the
end of this month. Any one neglecting
to comply will be liable to prosecution
for wrongful detention of such property.
Jly order of the Commander.
W. E. BAL,
Captain Commanding Company "I,"
Wailuku, Aug. 4, 1910.
. Notice to the Public.
I will not be responsible for auy in
debtness incurred without my written
Wailuku Aug. 4, 1919.
W. C. Peacock & Co.
HONOLULU AND HILO
We Guarantee the Purity
of Our Good.
' ALOHA LODGE HO. 3 KNK I 1
i OF PYTHIAS.
I Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, oh the
second and fourth Saturday 'of each
I month. 1 1
All visiting members are 'cordially in
j viteil to attend. "
1 L. M. BALDWIN, C. C. 1
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OPR. & S.
LODGE MAUI, No. 984, A. P. & A. M
RING UP MARUONO
When you want to ride in
the best automobile on Maui.
Careful driving and reason
able rates. No longer con
nected with Wailuku Auto
Slated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahulul, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially In
vited to attend.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS R. W. M.
t, f. ' Secretary.
For fresh Mutton send your orders to
the Maui Meat Market. We carry this
meat at all times: Send in your orders
at least twelve hours ahead in order to
give us time to get the meat out of cold
MAUI MEAT MARKET,
Uime 2fable Uialiului Railroad Co.
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1909.
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Kahulul Rail road Co.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN. LTD. -
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD., Line of Sailing Vessel between
ran" rraunsci) arm Hawaiian rorts:
A-MERICAN-HAWAJIAN STEAMSHIP CO,