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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1910
BOILER TUBE CLEANER
, Cleans both water-tube and fire-tube boilers, eiuj.loyin'g
vibration to nivornilich its work. Made for all sizes of
- tubHn from 1 J" tto G" diameter and can be equipped to
operate in two or more diffeient sizes of tubes.
We invite you to try one and return it at our expense if
it doe not prove satisfactory.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
The name that you always find on the very lxst
Sporting Goods made. We are the Spalding Distri
butors for this Territory and carry a splendid stock
of these well known goods.
.' Do you play Base hall, Foot hall, Basket hall,
Tennis, Golf, Hand ball, 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.
The World's Highway
The World's travel passes through
Honolulu. All indications point to a .
great growth in the importance of our
city; and this means a steady upwaid .
rise in real estate values.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO GET A HOME
COLLEGE HILLS LOTS
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Large, delicious queen olives, picked right,
packed right and will taste right. Not coarse
or fibrous. The choicest olives on the market.
Ask: your dealer for them
H. Hack fold & Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Distributers. HONOLULU.
Sidney Hoben Comes
Mr. Sidney Hoben, who has hut
recently arrived in these islands
from Australia, on a tour of the
world, and who is a distinguished
graduate of lieipzig Conservatory,
will shortly appear in Wailukn.
Mr. Ilolien has given several reci
tals in II onolulu, with unvarying
success. I he Honolulu papers un
animously declare Mr. Hoben to he
the greatest pianist ever heard in
these islands. Following is copied
from the Hawaiian Star:
' Mr, Sydney Hoben has only lieen
here since Fehruary, when he ar
rived from Australia en route to
London, and like so many of our
residents who originally only intend
ed a week or two's stay, stopped
on. introduced on arrival to Hono
lulu society at a reception at Mrs.
Theodore Richards,' where his play
ing instantly aroused enthusiasm.
Mr. HoU'ii has had the support of
our social leaders on all occasions-
He gave a recital at the Young
Hotel some weeks after landing,
and had a large and extremely
fashionable audience. Mrs. Walter
Frear headed a long list of patron
esses, the creme tie la creme oi
Honolulu society. Later he gave
an organ recital at the ienirai
Union Church, where his skillful
organ playing came as a surprise to
those who had recognized him only
as a piano : virtuoso, i here too,
most of our liest known ' people
could be seen in the large audience.
Treaty of Japan and Russia.
The ' text of the long heralded
Manchurian convention lxtween
Japan and Russia, signed July 4 at
St. Petersburg, has been made pub
lic. It is one of the shortest im
portant treaties of modern times,
being just 237 words in length. It
The imperial goverenment of
Japan find the imperial government
of Russia sincerely attached to the
principles established by the con
vention concluded between them on
July 17-30, 1907, desirous to de
velop the effects of that convention
with a view to the consolidation of
peace in the extreme east, have
agreed to complete the said arrange
ment by the following provisions:
Article 1 . With the object of faci
litating communication and develop
ing the commerce of nations, the
two high contracting parties mutual
ly engaged to lend each other their
friendly co-operation with a view
to the amelioration of their respec
tive railway lines in Manchuria and
the improvement of the connecting
service of the said railways, and to
abstain from all competition preju
dicial to the realization of this ob
ject. Article 2. Each of the high con
tracting parties engages to main
tain and respect the status quo in
Manchuria resulting from the trea
ties, convention and other arrange
ments concluded up to thiB day be
tween Japan and Russia, or between
either of these two powers and
China. Copies of the aforesaid ar
rangements have been exchanged
between Japan and Russia. (
Article 3. In case that any event
arises of a nature to menace the
status quo above mentioned, the
two high contracting parties Bhall,
in each case, enter into a communi
cation with each other in order to
arrive at an understanding as to
the measures they may judge it
necessary to take for the mainte
nance of the status quo.
The state department has re
ceived a dispatch from the Ameri
can embassy at fokio which seem
ingly disposes of the rumor that a
secret treaty had leen signed by the
Heralded as a direct and power
ful blow at the United States, the
convention is regarded by otVicials
of this government a8 little more
than a harmless appendage to the
convention between Japan and Rus
sia in 1907.
Reiteration of loyalty to thes
principles, taken in connection with
the general principle that the two
powers can not bargain away rights
of a third nation, such as the Unit
ed States claimed Euopean powers
were about to do in regard to the
Chinese railroad loan, makes the
new treaty unobjectionable, it is un
derstood her, to either the United
States, Great Britain or Germany.
rt DOARDINO SCHOOL, FOR HOYS
Offers nt Moderate Cost a Practical Education Preparing for liusiness or College Entrance
Competent Stair of Resident Masters
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Main building from campus showing vegetable gardt . Note open lanais.
Aliiolani College is lx-autifully situated at the mouth of Palllo Valley in the most healthful of
the Honolulu suburbs. The life and deciplino are directed to Vie development of character and
manliness. Outdoor life and games given due prominence. Fiquent expeditions to mountains
and beach are arranged. Special attention given to small boys, llesident Matron attends to com
fort of students. Fees from $125 to $150 per annum accordii to age. Prosjiectiis sent on re
quest, or may be obtained at office of this paper, r
, Next term commences Monday, S eptember 12th.
L. C. BLACKMAN, Principal
K. '(. BUA OUX, nUNUL.UL.lJ
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreclose and of Sale.
Notice is hereby given that under the
power of sale contained in mortgage dated
June 2, 1909, from Mrs. Mary Olsen, of
Paia, Maui, to the Young Men's Saving's
Society, Limited, a corporation, on re
cord in liber 314, on pages 319-351, Re
gistry of Conveyances 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 .011 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 Mrs. 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
first publication of this notice, to witr 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 01 sale casn, ana deeds at ex
pense of purchaser. ,
For further particulars apply to I. Gar
cia, or to I). H. Case, of Wailuku.
Young Mbn's Savings Society, Ltd.
Dated July 30.
Description of Property to be Sold. -
All that certain piece, parcel or lot of
land, situate at Pulehunui, Kulu, Maui,
containing an area of one acre, together
with improvements thereon, same being
described in deed of one Kauahuna to
Kalalaiua Kaiama, dated the 9th day of
April, A. I). 1891, and being 'one of the
pieces or parcels of land described in
deed from Kalalaiua Kaiama and Joe Ka
iama, her husband, to Mrs. Mary Olsen
and Victoria Kapiioho, dated June l6tk,
1902, and recorded in liber 234 on pages
Jmly 30 to Aug. 20.
Notice is hereby given that, at
the stated meeting of the Board of
of Supervisors of the County of Maui,
held at Wailuku on the 11th day of
August, 1910, George P. Cooke of
Molokai and V, J. Lillis of Wailu
ku were duly appointed by said
lk)ard as Examiners of Chauffeurs
for the County of Maui.
Wm. FRED KAAE,
Aug. 13, 20.
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Hoolaha a ka Me a Paa Moraki no
ke Panikuame Kual. -
Ke hoolahaia aku nei, malalo o ka
mana kuai maloko o kela moraki i hana
ia June 2, 1909, e Mrs. Mary Olson o Pa
ia, Maui, i ka Young Men's Saving So
ciety, Limited, he hui i hoohuiia, i ka
kauia ma ka buke helu 314,' aoao 319-321,
ma ke Keena Kakau Kope o Honolulu, o
ka ona ame ka mea e paa nei i ua moraki
ala, ke maketnake 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
Ua hanaia ka moraki nialuna'e i mea e
hoopaa ai i ka ukiiia ana o kckabi nota
no Elua Haneri Dala (f 200.00), i hanaia
ma ia la hookah i no, e ukuiailoko o hoo
kah! makahiki mahope mai o ua la ala,
i hanaia'i e Mrs. Mary Olsen ame W.
Olsen i ka Young Men's Savings Society,
Kaupalenaia, a i ke kauoha palm.
Ke hoolaha pn ia aku nei, tuabope o
ka pau ana o ekola pule mai ka la e hoo-
puka mua ia ai o keia hoolaha, oia hoi:
ka Poakahi, Augate 22, 1910, ma kahora
2 o ke awakea oia la, e kuaiia ana ka
waiwai i morakiia no na kutnu i hoikeia
maluna, 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 niuau ia J. Garcia, a
i ole ia D. H. Case, o Wailuku.
Young Men's Savings Sociktv, Ltd.,
Ma Paa Moraki.
Hanaia July 30, 1910.
O ke(a apaua aina holookoa e wuiho ala
ma Pulehunui, Kula, Maui, nona ka ili
he hookahi (1) eka me na waiwai apau
maluna ona, elike meia i hoakakaia ma
ka palapala kuai i hanaia A peri la la 9,
1S91, a oia no kekahi o na apana aina i
hoike ia ma ka palapala kuai a Kalalaina
Kaiama ame Joe Kaiatna, kana kane 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.
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OP
At Chambers -In Divorce
NENICHI KAMURI, Libellant vs.
KONDO KAMURI, Libellee, Libel for
Order: Nofice of Pendency of Pro
ceedings. Upon motion of NENICHI KAMURI,
Libellant herein, it appearing that on
December nth. 1000. suit was brought
herein against KONDO KAMURI, Libel
lee, praying that the bonds of matrimony
between said Libellant and Libellee be
dissolved on the grounds of desertion,
and it further appearing that the sum
mons herein has been returned unserved,
the serving officer being uuable to find
said Libellee within thisjurisdiction, and
that said Libellant has been unable to as
certain the address or residence of said
Libellee, after reasonable and due in
quiry made within six months last past.
It is Ordered, that notice of the pen
dency of these proceedings be given to
the said Libellee by publication of this
order in the Maui News, a newsoaoer
printed and published in Wailuku, Coun
ty of Maui, Territory of Hawaii six
times, as follows: August 6, 13, '20, 27,
September 3, 10, 1910, and that the
Libellee appear before the Judge of the
above entitled Court, in the Courtroom,
at Wailuku, County of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii aforesaid, on the 12th day of
October, A. D. 1910, at the hour of 10
o'clock in the forenoon of said day, to
answer Libelant's Bill of Complaint
herein, and in default thereof, the Court
will proceed to the hearing and adjudica
tion of said suit.
WITNESS my band and the Seal of
the Circuit Court cf the Second Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, this 30th day of
July, A. D. 1910.
Sgn.J S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge, 2nd Circuit Court, T. H.
Sgn. "Edmund H. Hart,
A true copy of the original Order on
Edmund H. Hart,
Seal . Clerk.
Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27, Sept. 3, 10.
On Saturday, August 20th 1910, com
mencing at 1 p. ui., I will sell at Public
Auction, the entire household and per
sonal affects of W. D. Lowell, at his
residence, Paia, consisting in part of the
Round ,Koa Table; Ouk book esse;
Rose wood glass cabinet; Palor rockers
and chairs; Lot pictures; Large Rug;
Ornamental clock; 2 Round Tables;
Books; Oak side board; Hanging lamps;
Oak dining chairs; Dishes; Bird's eye
Maple Bedroom set, 3 pes. ; Oak Bedroom
set, 3 pes.; 1 Oak ladies writing desk; I
Oak table; Bedroom rockers and chairs;
1 Hall seat, with mirror hat rack; 1 Wal
nut Chiffonier; Curtain ' and shades;
Kitchen stove with hot water tank;
Kitchen utensils; Refrigerator; Lawn
mower and garden tools, I'Uuts aud ferns;
W. O. AIKEN.
Notice to the Public.
I will not be responsible' for auy in-
debtness incurred without my written
Wailuku Aug. 4, 1910,
Notice to Company "I.'
Notice is hereby given that all mem
bers of Company "I," First Infantry
N. G. H., whose enlistments 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.
By order of the Commander.
W. E. BAL,
Captain Commanding Company "I,"
Wailuku, Aug. 4, 1910.
Notice ot Opening of Government
Notice is hereby given that all appli
cations for the opening of public lands
for settlement, must be made upon blanks
furnished by the Commissioner of Public
Lands or the sub-agents of the different
land districts, and the applicants must
swear to the same before a sub-agent.
Commissioner of Public Land.
Dated at Honolulu, July 29th, 19 10,
July 30 to Aug 20.