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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1910
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HERFICIDE At the "Antiseptic."
There will be no service held by the
Wailuku Union Church Sunday evening.
Supervisors elect Helming was in town
Thursday, when the new and old Board
of Supervisors held a meeting.
The bantl fotos have arrived for selec
tion, and the hoys are kept busy select
iug the best looking reflections of them
Services will be resumed in the Church
of the Good Shepherd Saturday January
6th, Epiphany. Sunday services January
7th, as usual.
Mr. T. D. Skinner, who has been con
uedto his room the past week, is rapidly
recovering, and expects to be out again
in a few days. -
A luau was given at Spreckelsville on
Christmas eve by Mr. and Mrs. William
Robells. Many friends attended and
they all enjoyed themselves.
Those who have complained of the
scarcity of post office boxes will soon be
accommodated. Postmaster Lyons will
soon have fifty new boxes installed.
F. L. liadlev was in town last Satur
day making preparations lor locating the
electric light plant, lie will order ma
chinery and oegin operations at once.
, Dr. Weddick and Dr. Farrell will dis
solve partnership on January first. All
persons owing the above firm of doctors
will pay their money to Dr. Weddick.
The meeting of Aloha Lodge, K. of P.
for the installation of officers will be held
at the K. of P. Hall Wednesday evening,
January 3, commencing at 7 o'clock.
The proposed complimentary concert
by the band, to the supervisors, was un
avoidably cancelled. The boys were long
on wind and good intentious, but short
on carbide. '
D. W. Burchard reports bad roads,
weather, and ' transportation facilities
from Kaupakalua, which is a timely ad
monition toothers to spend their holidays
in a dry country. r
The juvenile element did their part
toward making Christmas eve a noisy
success, with horns and rattles they
paraded the streets until satisfied that
Santa would not overlook Wailuku.
It don't rain very often over at Lahai
' na, but when it does rain, everything else
stops and it just rains. Thursday morn
ing it raiued for about two hcurs,' and
the rainfall measured over three inches.
Although Chiuese New Year is at
least a mouth distant, several of the local
well known men about town have de
cided to institute divorce proceedings
against their mustaches, and the village
barber it getting ready appropriate baby
ribbon with which to preserve the
If the pertinent youths so generously
endowed with fun provoking proclivities,
who have so persistently reversed Ihe
saddle on the horse belonging to Sheriff
Crowell while the animal is tied to a post,
in the Sheriff's absence, will graciously
surrender themselves to the proper auth
orities and promise to conduct themselves
in a manner becoming a promoter of the
public good, we have been assured that
they will be shown all possible leniency.
A- The First National Bank of Wailuku
will begin the New Year by inaugurating
shorter hours for the transacting of bus
iness. 1 Doors will be opened promptly
at 9:00 a. m. and will be closed promptly
at 4:00 p. m. , except on Saturdays when
the doors will be closed at 1:00 p. m.
Since the bank commenced business on
November 27th, i9oi, it has been open
early and late lor the convenience of its
patrons but business has increased to
such an extent that more time is required
by the clerks in which to do the rou
tine work. , -
Statement of Co-partnership.
The undersigned ARCENIO HENRY
SYLVA and FRED HURST both parties
residing at Kahului, in the District of
Waituku, County of Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, have formed a co-partnership for
the purpose of Automobile renting and
repair services, and in doing all things
necessary and proper for the carrying on
of the said business.
The Firm name of the co-partnership
is Sylva and Hurst, and the place of bus
iness of the co-partnership is on the pre
mises Main street at Kahului, County of
Mani, Territory of Hawaii.
ARCENIO HENRY SYLVA.
Dated at Kahului, Maui, T. II. Dec.
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It is your own paper, and you
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The Latest Io Sports.
Continued from Page 1,
After Young Corbctt defeated
Terry McOovern at Hartford some
one remarked to the Denverite,
"You can't cluim tho featherweight
championship .because you were
"Never mind," said Corbett, "as
I walk down the trect people will
say, 'There goes the fellow that
knocked out Terry MeGovern,' and
that will te championship enough
So in Owen Moran'n case. He
will always l remembered as the
man who first knocked out Battling
Nelson in the orthodox way, and
such a distinction will last him a
lifetime. As Charlie Harvey said
Of course, Wolgast can say he
knocked out Nelson too, but we
know differently. The fight over
at Richmond was stopped on ac
count of darkness."
President John I. Taylor of, the
Boston Americans received a letter
from Jake Stahl dated Chicago,
December 11. in answer to a letter
from the Boston magnate asking , if
Stahl, really meant to give up pro
fessional ball Dlavine. I have fully
decided to give up baseball," writes
Stahl, f and stick to the banking
business, as I consider that it is my
Star Pointer, the famous pacer,
1:59, with a race record of 2 ; 00 Vz ,
died at Rosewood stock farm, Maury
county, Tenn. He was 21 years old
and was owned by J. A. Murphy of
New York." The hide will be taken
off and with the bones sent to the
University of Chicago.
The call of the California oil fields
is stronger for Oryie Overall than
the call of the diamond. This famous
giant of the Golden State, looked
upon as one of the greatest pitchers
in the world, has positively an
nounced his retirement' from the
national pastime. He has become
an oil operator in the southern part
of the state and is already tolling
away at his new game.
"Dan'.' McGann, former captain
and first baseman of the New York
Nationals, committed suicide in
''Bugs" Raymond of the New
York Nationals' pitching staff has
been induced by friends in Chicago,
where he spends his winters, to
take up the wrestling game, and
he will go on for a finish match
with Joe Kennedy, the local semi
professional, at a Chicago theater.
Jack Johnson, champion heavy
weight pugilist has agreed to meet
the winner . of the Langfcrd-Jean-nette
fight scheduled to occur in
Paris next February in a 25 round
bout to take place in France next
April for a purse' of $25,000, pro
vided the money is posted in Amer
ica and an American is the referee.
"The reason I insist on an Ameri
can referee," said the champion,
is because I do not want any
lemons handed tne. If they don't
come across with my two conditions
then there will be nothing doing "
Owing to the prevalence of diptheria
on the Island of Maui, all persons are
especially requested to report immediate
ly to (be nearest physician all cases of
sore ' throat, no matter of how mild a
nature. ' ' .
C. C. CHARLOCK,
Chief Sanitary Inspector,
Territorial Board of Health.
Stock Holder Meeting.
The regular annual meeting of the
Stock Holders of the First National Bank
of Wailuku will be held in its Banking
House on Tuesday January loth, 191 1 at
9:00 'clock A. M.
. . C. D. LUFKIN,
Stock Holders Meeting.
The regular annual meeting of the
Stock Holders of the Labaina National
Bank will be held ia its banking rooms
on Tuesday January 10th, 1911 at 7:30
C. D. LUFKIN,
Buget of the County off Maul for the
Heading of Account
s ESTIMATED RECEIPTS.
Estimated balance carried forward from 1910 39,000
Receipts from Property and Income Taxes 179,000
" " Road Tax Special Deposit 21,200
" " Waterworks 9,200
" " License Fees 16,000
" " District Courts
" " Miscellaneous Souous...
Total Estimated Receipts for the year 19(1
Amount Carried over to 1912
Available for Expenditure for 1911-
Department of the Board of Supervisors. ;
Salary Supervisors. $
Support and care of Indigents
Total Department of the Board of Supervisors
Department of the County Clerk.
Salary County Clerk $
" Asst. " "
Incidentals County Clerk '..
Furniture and Office Supplies
Bonds County Officers .
Telephones and Wireless
Total Department of the County Clerk-
Department of Finance. '
Salary of Auditor ..
" Depty "
Incidentals " ;
Salary of Treasurer
Total Department of Finance
Department of Justice.
Salary of County Attorney..
" Depty " '
" Clerk " ' .
" Stenographer "
Incidentals County " !
Salary District Magistrates ,
Expenpes District Courts
" Witness " " .'
' " Circuit "
Total Department of Justice
Department of Public Health. '
Salary of County Physicians
" Fish and Sanitary Inspectors
Incidentals Fish and Sanitary Inspectors
C. & M. Malulani Hospital,
County Farm and Sanitarium
Total Department of Public Health
Department of Police.'
Salary of Sheriff
. " " Makawao .-?.;.'.
" " ' Hana f.
" Sheriffs Clerk
" Jailors and Prison Guards
Pay of Police Wailuku....
' " Lahaina
" " " Makawao
" " Hana
Coroners Inquests.. ;
Support and Maintenance of Prisoners
Detective Fund Wailuku
? " Lahaina....
" " Makawao....
" . " Hana...:
' " ' Molokai .".
Examiner of Chauffeurs..
Total Department of Police
Department of Public Improvement.
Salary County Engineer .
" Master Mechanic
" Clerk Dept. Pub. Works
' " County Engineer
' Master Builder
" District Overseers.
Incidentals County Engineer
" Master Mechanic
" " Builder.
" Lahaina 500 600.00 500
" Makawao. 3,000 3,510.00 3,000
" Hana 1,000 900.00 800
" Molokai 1,000 1,750.00 500
C. & M. Rds., Brdgs., & Waterworks, Wailuku.... 15,000 18,941.63 18,000
' " " " " Lahaina..... 10,000 11,515.64 13,000
" " " " " Makawao.... 15,000 17.579-49 18,000
" " ." " Hana 8,000 7,566.81 . 9,000
" " " . " " Molokai..... 3,600 3,905.19 3,600
Interest and Sinking Fund Kula Pipe Liue. 10,000 8,682.50 9.000
Total Department of Public Improvements
Recapitulation of Expenses.
Department of the Board of Supervisors f 5,150
" " County Clerk ; 11,256
" 14 Finance , 5,460
" " Justice. '. 13.380
" " Public Health 17.850
" " Police 41,780
" " Public Improvements 93,79
Subsidies.... . 1,500
Total for Maintenance Fxpenses for 1911 f 190,160
Permanent Improvements, 1911 t 80,000
Total Available for 191 1 270,160
The Board of Supervisors for and within the County of Maui
Wu. Fkkd Kaai, County Clerk.
Budget Appropriated Budget
$ 2,400 2,400.00 $ 3,400
: - 1,500
1 200 1,200.00 1,200
725 725.00' ,900
5,640 5,640.00 5.640
1,000 900.00 1,250
2,000 2,400.00 2,500
. 200.00 200
1,500 1,600.00 1,000
. oo I 600 J
- 300 300
By WM. F. POGUE, Chairman.
Mortgagee's Notice of Irtentlon
to Foreclose Mortgage and of
Pursuant to a power of sale contained
in that certain Mortgage made by Polly
Kalua, wife of JoLn W. Kalua, Mortga
gor, to Jose V. Maciel, Mortg-igee, dated
the 10th day of July, A. D. 1908, and
Recorded in the Office of the Registrar
of Conveyances, in Honolulu. Oahu, iu
Liber 301, at pages 371 et seq., notice is
hereby given that said Mortgagee in
tends to foreclose said Mortgage lor con
dition broken, to wit: the non-payment
of principal and interest when due:
Ana notice is Hereby further given
that said Mortgagee will sell the property
conveyed by said Mortgage, at Public
Auction, at the front entrance oh the
Court House, in Wailuku, Countv of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, on Saturday,
the 21st day of January, A. D. 191 1, at
the hour of twelve noon of said day.
JOSE V. MACIEL,
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, December
loth, 1910. '
The property described in said Mort
gage, and to be sold as aforesaid, being:
All those certain lots, pieces and par
cels of land situate in Iao Vallr 7, in said
Wailuku, bounded and described as
(a) Portion of Apana 2, Land Com
mission Award 418 to Halualani;
(b) Portion of Apana 2, Land Com
mission Award 490 to Hapaweuweu;
(c) Portion of Land to J. Z . Have-
kost, in the Hi of Puakea, Keoneula,
The metes and bounds of said three
pieces of land as a whole being as
Beginning at a point three feet inside
the fenct, the East angle of this lot, and
S. 66.1-20 W., 9.00 Chains along road
N. 85,3-40 W., 3:20 Chains aloug Ko
E., .68 Chains along alley-way
E., 1.97 Chains alone Ka
74.1-40 E., 1.20 Chains along Poa
lima; 7.1-4 W., 1.81 Chains along Ka
.29 Chains along Ka
maka; W., .38 Chains along Ka
W.. 2.88 Chains along Ka
maka to three feet
above junction of ditch
to Kaiina auwai;
N. 88.1-3 if., 5.02 Chains along
South side of ditch;
N. 80. 1-2 E., 2.0S Chains along
S. 79.1-2 E., 2.97 Chains along
S. 70 E., .70 Chains along
N. 84.1-2 E., 1.30 Chains along Ko
nohiki and across the
Government Road to
the initial point, and
containing area of 3.-164-1000
Acres; area of
one , Poalima, 6-100
Acre; area of a portion
of Napela Apana, 83-100
Acre; exact area
3.074-1000 Acres; the
said described premises
being a portion ol the
lands conveyed to said
Mortgagor by deed of
Dorcas R. Decker, dat
ed May 17, 1907, and
recorded iu the Regis
try of Deeds, iu Hono
' lulu, Oahu, in Liber
291, folios 321 et seq.
(d) One piece of land in Land Com
mission Award 406 to Napela, and Apana
8 of said Land Commission Award 406 to
Napela, containing an area of 5-100 of an
Acre; the same being a portion of the
lands conveyed to said Mortgagor by
deed of Dorcas R. Decker, dated Febru
ary 6, 1907, and recorded in said Registry
of Deeds, in Liber 287, folios 287 et seq.
ror lunner particulars apniv to Ioud
M. Vivas. Attorney for the Mortpairce.
at his office in Wailuku, Maui.
Dec. 17. 24, 31. Jan. 7. 14.
The First National Bank
American Bankers Ass'n
Dt'iioininutioiiH of ft 10 DO
a trip to Mainland or abroad
Hoolnha a ka Mea Paa Morakl
no ke Paniku ame Kual.
M nut I i o kekahi tnana kuai iloko o
kela Moraki i faanaia e Polly Kalua, wa-
hine mare a John W. Kalua, Mea Moraki,
i a Jose V. Maciel, Mea Paa Moraki, ma
ka la loolulai, M. H. 1908, a i kopeia
ma ke Keena Kakau Kope, ma Honolulu,
Oahu, ma ka Jiuke 301, aoao 371 a pela
aku, ke hoolahaia aku nei ua makemake
ka mea paa Moraki e paniku i ua moraki
'la no ka uhakiia o na aelike, oia hoi, ka
uku oleia o ke ku'mupaa arte ka uku
panee i ka manawa e ukuia ai:
A ke hoolaha pu ia aku nei no ho.
kuai ana ua mea paa moraki 'la i ka wai
wai i hooliloia ma ua moraki 'la, ma ke
Kudala akea, ma ka puka kottio o ka
Hale Hookolokolo, ma Wailuku, Kalana
o Maui, Teritori o Hawaii, ma ka Poaono,
la 21 o Ianuari, M. H. 191 1, ma ka bora
nmikumamalua awakea o ua la 'la.
JOSE V. MACIEL,
Mea Paa Moraki.
. Hauaia taia Wailuku, Maui, Dekemaba
O ka waiwai i hoakakaia maloko o ua
moraki 'la, a e kuaiia aku ana e like me
ia maluna a'e, penei:
O kela mau apana aina e waiho Ma ma
ke awawa o Iao, Wailuku i oleloia, penei
na palena ame ka hoakaka ana:
(a) Mahele o Apana 2, Kuleana Helu
418 ia Halualani;
(b) Mahele o Apaua 2, Kuleana Helu
490 ia Hapaweuweu;
(c) Mahele o ka aina ia J. D. Have-
kost, ma ka Hi o Puakea, Keoneula, Iao;
Ka moe ana ame na palena o ua mau
apana aina 'la ekolu 1 huipuia penei noia:
E hoomaka ma ke kiko ekolu kapuai
maloko o ka pa, ke kihi Hikina o keia
apaua, a. e holo ana:
Heuia 66.1-2 Kom., 9.00 Kaulahao
ma ke Alanui ame Ko
nohiki; Akau 85.3-4 Kom., 3.20 Kaulahao
Akau 3 Hik., .68 Kaulahao
ma ke ala-liilii hikl
Hema 86 Hik., 1.97 Kaulahao
Hema 74.1-4 0 Hik., 1.20 Kaulahao
Akau 7.1-4 Kom., 1.81 Kaulahao
Kom. .39 Kaulahao
Hema 7 Kom., .38 Kaulahao
Akau 60 Kom., 2.88 Kaulahao
ma Kamaka a hikl i
ekolu kapuai maluna o
ka huina o ka auwai ia
Akau 88.1-3 Hik., 5.02 Kaulahao
ma ka aoao Hema o ka
Akau - 80.1.2 Hik., 2.08 Kaulahao
ma ia aoao no;
Hema 79.1-2 Hik., 2.97 Kaulahao
ma ia aoao no; -Hema
70 Hik., .70 Kaulahao
ma ia aoao no;
Akau 84.1-2 Hik., 1.30 Kaulahao
ma Konohiki a a'e ma
kela aoao o ke Alanui
Aupuni a hiki i kahi i
hoomaka'i, a nona ka
ili o 3. 164-1000 Eka;
ill o hookah! Poalima,
. 6-100 Eka; ili o kekahi
mahele o ka Apana o
Napela, 83-100 Eka; Ili
: oiaio 3.074-1000 Eka; a
oia no hoi kekahi o na
aina i hooliloia i ka
mea moraki ma ka pa
la pala kuai a Dorcas R.
Decker, i hanaia Mei
'7. 1907, i kopeia ma
ke Keena Kakau Kope
ma Honolulu, Oahu,
ma ka Buke 291, aoao
321 a pela aku.
(d) Hopkahi apana aina iloko o ke
Kuleana Helu 406 ia Napela, ame Apana
8 o ua Kuleana Helu 406 Ma ia Napela,
nona ka ili o 5-100 Eka; a oia no kekahi
o na apana aina i hooliloia i ka mea
moraki ma ka palapala kuai a Dorcas R.
Decker, i hanaia Feberuari 6, 1907, i
kopeia ma ke Keena Kakau Kope i olelo
ia, ma ka Buke 287, aoao 287 a pela aku.
No na mea i koe e ninau ia John M.
Vivas, Loio o ka mea paa moruki, ma
kona keena, ma Wailuku, Maui.
Dekemaba 17, 34, 31, Ianuari 7, 14.
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