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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1910
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Edison Has Given (he World Further
Evidence of His Genius.
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Sporting Goods made. We are tin; Spalding' Distri
butors for this Territory nnd carry a splendid stork
of these well known goods.
Do you play Base hall, t Foot liall, Basket ball,
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.
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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 upward
rise in real estate values. '
' NOW IS THE TIME
TO GET A HOME
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or fibrous. The choicest olives on the market.
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Wholesale Distributes. HONOLULU. I
One of the most interesting ex
periment!? that Thomas A Edison
has ever tried was performed re
cently at his lalmratories. For the
first time he showed exactly what
he had accomplished along the lines
of one of his favorite pursuits, the
production of an instrument which
should give simultaneously the
movements of the human lieing and
the sounds of the. same Mug's voicu.
He said that he InTieved lie will
succeed within a year in giving out
results which will please the public
mightily. His new invention he
calls the Edison kenitophone.
Many attempts have In-en mad(,
as Mr. Edison and his assistants
pointed out, to render the human
voice in natural accompaniment
with the nioving pictures which
have liceome so popular all over the
world. There have lieeit made cer
tain records of the dances and songs
of primitive peoples by various
exploring scientists, hut these have
been made by two separate instru
ments, one picturing the movement,
the other recording the sounds of
both voices and musical instruments,
and there has never been that actual
and precise agreement letween these
two instruments which is necessary
to give the desired illusion.. t
The real test of the evening's ex
periment came when a hig man
walked forward on the 'screen,
bowed to the audience and liegan to
speak. As soon as he opened his
mouth the sounds came as naturalry
as they would from an actor on the
stage, or, to be more precise, per
haps it might beBaid that they came
like the sound of the voice of a man
ager who conies before the curtain
on the stage and makes such an
nouncement as the stage manager
may desire to put before his, patrons.
U. S. May
Old Agitation for Buying From
Soon after the Spanish-American
war, after the United Satea acquired
Porto Rico by conquest, the Wash
ington government bargained with
Denmark for tho purchase of its
three West India possessions, . the
islands of St. Thomas, St. John and
Santa Cruzf Negotiations were, how
ever, dropped at that time, for
Circat Britain and France conspired
against tlie sale, fearing that "Uncle
Sam" would develop too much
power in that pait of the world.
But Denmark has suddenly dis
covered that she needs the money,
and she is again in the market with
her little islands. Count von Molt
ke, the Danish minister at Wash
ington, has been instructed by his
government to ascertain whether the
United States is still anxious to buy
tho islands, and negotiations may
I reopened at an early date.
Should the negotiations terminate
successfully, Uncle Sam will annex
a population chiefly composed of
negroes. There are Danes in the
islands, but they are made up al
most wholly of officials and their
The islands are located east of
Porto Rico and belong geographically
to the group of Virgin islands.
Their chief industry is sugar. The
trade is with the United States ami
Christianstod in Santa Cruz is the
scat of government, the largest city
lieing Charlotte Amahe in St.
Tho total area of the three islands
is H5S square miles and the popula
tion in 1901, when the last census
was taken, was 30,257.
.1 Sr- A'?5TV ... . . ... .Mli. Hi
'Main building from campus showing vegetable garden. Note open lanais.
Aliiolani College is lieautifully situated at the mouth of Palolo Valley in the most healthful of
the Honolulu suburbs. ,The life and decipline are directed-to the development of character and
manliness. Outdoor life and games given due, prominence. Frequent expeditious to mountains
and beach are arranged. .Special attention given to small 1 m. Resident .Matron attends to com
fort of students. Pees from $125 to $150 per annum according to age. Prospectus sent on re
quest, or may be obtained at ollice of this paicr.
, Next term commences Monday, September 12th. -
L. C. BLACKMAN, Principal
. 1 . F. U. BUA BOiJ, HONOLULU
Nottcel Board of Public Lands.
Notice is hereby given tlint thefo ow
ing applications are before this Board
for Consideration. All persons desiring
to object because the lands nRUied should
be homesteaded, or otherwise, are re
quested to present such objections to this
Board in writing, or in person on October
8th, 1910, at 2 p. m. at the Executive
Building, Honolulu, T. II.
ISLAND OF MAUI:
General lease of Government lands in
Maluaka, Mooiki, Mooloa, Kanaia, etc. ,
in Honuaula; Grazing lands, area 10230
acres; Upset Rental f, 200 per year; Appli
cation for lease, J. II. Raymond.
J. F. BROWN,
Secretary, Board of I'ubl c Lauds.
Aug. 13 Oct. 1.
Olelo Hoolahai Papa o na Alna
Ke hooluhaia aku tiei ua waihoia mai
keia niau noi e noonooia e keia Papa.
O na kauaka apau e makeuiake ana e
kue no ke kumu ua makeuiakeia na aina
i hoikeia i niau aina home liilii, a no ke-
kalii kumu e ae paha, ke koiia aku nei e
waiho mai i ua niau kumu kue ala itnua
o keia Papa ua ke kakau, a i ole ma ka
hele kino ana ae ma ka, la 8 o Okatoba,
1910, hora 2 o ka auina la, ma ka Hale
Maua Hooko, Honolulu, T. H.'
Hoolimalima pili laula i na Aina Au-
puni o Maluaka, Mooiki, Mooloa, Kana
ia, a pela aku ma Honuaula. He aina
hanai boloholona, nona ka ili he 10230
F.ka; Uku hoolimalima $200 o ka uiaka-
hiki; Mea uiakeinake hoolimalima, J. II.
J. F. BROWN.
Kakauolelo, Papa o na Aina Aupuni.
Aviso! Junta De Terras Pulicas
Aviso e por este meio dado que as se-
guintes applicacoes estao perante esta
Junta para consideracao. Todas as pes
soas que desejarem por obejexao porque
as terras nieucionadas dcveiu scr douii
ciliudas (para homesteades) ou de outra
forma, sao, requesitadas a appresentarem
taes obejeccoes a esta Junta por escripto,
ou em pessoa no dia 8 de Outubro de 1910
as d uas boras da tarde no Edificio Exc
utivo, Honolulu, T. HN
ILHA DE MAUI: -Arrendamento
geral das terras do
Governo em Maluaka, Mooiki, Mooloa,
Kanaia, etc. em Honuaula; terras pasto-
raes, area 10230 acres; Renda aprecada
em f ioopor aano; Applicante ao arrenda-
tneuto, J. H. Raymond,
J. F. BROWN,
Secretario da Juutade Terras Publicas.
Aug. 13. Oct. 1.
Duriug my absence from the Territory
Mr. Victor C. Schoenberg will act for
me in all business matters under full
power of attorney. Address at l.abaina,
(Signed) A. N. HAYSELDEN.
Laliaina Sept. I, 1910.
Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24. .
The Pacing Chestnut Gelding
MAUI, 5 years old
Sire Monterey 2:09 V. Dam Theresa 2:14
For particulars apply to
A. GROSS, Waihee, Maui.
ELECTION PROCLAMATION FOR
THE ELECTION OF COUNTY
OFFICERS WITHIN AND FOR
THE COUNTY OF MAUI. .
WHEREAS, in pursuance of law,
WALTER F. FREAR, Governor of the
Territory of Hawaii', has issued an elec
tion proclamation.' trivinir notice that a
general election for a delegate to the
(l louse of Representative of the United
States and ! Senators and Representa
tives of the Legislature of the Territory
of Hawaii will be held on TUESDAY,
NOVEMBER 8, 1910, -throughout said
Territory, between the hours of eight
o'clock a. tn. and five o'clock p. in.: and
in said notice has designated the Sena
torial and Representative Districts; and
WHEREAS, section 36, chapter io, of
Act 39, of .the Session Laws of 1905, be
iug an act creating counties within the
Territory of Hawaii, and providing for
the government thereof, provides that at
least sixty days beforea general election,
the Board of Supervisors of each county
shall issue a proclamation concerning
county election '
NOW THEREFORE, in compliance
with said law4he Board of Supervisors
within and for the County of Mauij does
hereby give notice that a general election
for the County officers for the Couuty of
Maui will be held on TUESDAY,
NOVEMBER, 3, 1910, throughout the
Couuty of Maui, between the hours of
eight o'clock a. ui. and five o'clock p. tn.;
the various County officers, to be then
elected being as follows:
AVBOARD OF FIVE COUNTY SUPER-
. .VISORS, to wit:
ONE SUPERVISOR FROAJ THE DIS
TRICT OF MAKAWAO,
ONE SUPERVISOR FROM THE DIS
ONE SUPERVISOR FROM THE DIS
TRICT OF LAHAINA,
ONE SUPERVISOR TROM THE DIS
TRICT OF HANA,
ONE SUPERVISOR FROM THE DIS
TRICT OF MOLOKAI,
each member thereof to be. elected by
duly qualified electors ot his district,
A COUNTY SHERIFF, COUNTY AT
TORNEY, COUNTY CLERK, COUN
TY AUDITOR AND COUNTY TREA
SURER: each to be elected by the duly
qualified electors of the County of Maui.
Notice is also given that, under the
provisions of section 30, chapter io, of
Act 39, Session Laws of 1905, the pre
cincts and polling places established by
the laws of the Territory of Hawaii for
the election of Territorial Senators and
Representatives constitute thu precincts
and polling places for the election of
Couuty officers, and elections for County
officers will therefore be had in the pre
cincts and at the polling places designat
ed in the General Election Proclamation
of the Governor of Hawaii, of date August
Done at Wailuku, Maui, this 2nd day
of September 1910.
The Board of Supervisors within and
for the County of Maui.
(Skaij By Wm. F. POGUE.
Attest: Wm. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
Sept, 3, 10, 17.
Notice to Trespassers.
Notice is hereby given that any person
or persons wishing to cs my lauds at
Omaopio, Kula, Maui, must first get my
permission. Otherwise they will be
prosecuted for trespass to the limit of the
Kula, Maui, July I, 191.
July 2ud to Oct. 1st.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT! OP THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII. , '
At Chambers In, Divorce.
S. NAGAISHI, Libellant, vs. TAKIE
NAGAISHI, Libelee, Libel for.Diyorce.
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII:
TO TAKIE NAGAISHI,
GREETING Notice is hereby given,
that there is pending in the Circuit
Court of the Second Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii, a Libel for Divorc from the
bonds of matrimony wherein S. NAGAI
SHI, is Libellant, and TAKIE NAGAI
SHI, is Libellee, being numbered 246 in
the Divorce Division of said Court, and
that said Libel will be heard by the
Honorable SELDEN B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of said Court, in his Court room,
in Wailuku, County of Maui,' Territory
of Hawaii, on Monday, the 7th day of
November, A. D. 1910, at the hour of ten
o'clock in the forenoon of said day, or a
soon thereafter as counsel can be heard.
WITNESS my hand and the Seal of
tlie Circuit Court of the Second Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, this 25th day of
August, A. D. 1910.
(Seal.) (Sgn.) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of the 2nd Circuit Court, T. H.
Aug. 27, Sept. 3, 10, 17, 24 and Oct. I,
Call No 2.
Notice to Republicans.
Notice is hereby given that the County
and District Convention of the Repub
lican Party, County of Maui, will meet
at Wailuku, Maui, on Wednesday Sep
tember 28th, 1910, at 10 a. m. for the
purpose of nominating one Senator, and
six Representatives for the Territorial
Legislature, elective County Officers and
to elect Members cf the County Commit
By onh.-r of the Executive Committee.
(Signed) H. P. BALDWIN,
Sept. 10, 17, 24.
Notice to Homesteaders.
Petition for the opeuing of tlie Govern
ment lands must be made on blanks is
sued by the Commissioner of Public
Lauds, copies of which may be obtained
in person cr will be mailed on request, at
the office of the Sub-Agents or at th of
fice of the Commissioner of Public lands
Dated at Honolulu, August io, 1910.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Aug. 20, to Oct. 8.
Fresh Roasted Peanuts
alwayi on hand
Orders taken for
Fruits, Nuts and Cigars.
Ice Cold Drinks