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iTHE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY ,M ARCH 18, 1911
At Waihee Beach.
A sad drowning accident occurred
over at Waihee Monday morning.
Charles Hanson, who was an old
sailor, and a strong Bwimmer was
washed from his boat and according
to eyewitnesses, after swimming a
short distance toward the shore,
threw up his hands and was seen no
Mr. Banson was a native of Nor
way, and was 36 years old. He came
to the islands many years ago, and
though ho has not been here con
tinuously, still he could not stay
away any jgreat length of time. Re.
cently he was working on the new
Hilo railroad, where he had an ac
cident in which tho bones of Jiis
ankle were crushed quite badly.
After getting out of tho Hilo hospi
tal, he came over hereto stay with
his uncle, Mr. Burlem. Being an
old sailor the call of the sea was still
strong, and he was living alone at
the beach from preference, using
the row boat to satisfy his longing
for the sea. Tho beach at Waihee
is full of deep holes and the natives
who were searching for tho body
found it in one of these holes.
Tlie Fminene Athletic Club is giving
a dance this evening to their friends.
Dr. Raymond arrived on Maui on the
Mauna Ken. lie Is looking hale and
hearty after his severe illness.
Judged by the crowds waiting round
the Wailuku court house the Grand Jury
must be having a strenuous session.
Wailuku is gradually becoming metro
politan. The latest evidence of this is
the gypsy camp which has been pi'.chel
Judge Kalua's yard.
4 A young Hawaiian broke Into the
Paia post office Monday night, but se
cured very little booty. The same young
man recently burglarized the Paia store.
Mrs. T. B. Lyons gave a poi luncheon
Tuesday afternoon in honor of Hon. S.
Keliinoi who returned to his legislative
duties in Honolulu by the Claudine that
The Woman's Guild of the Church of
the Good Shepherd will hold a special
meeting at the residence of Mrs. J. N. S.
Williams Kahului, on Wednesday, March
22nd. at 2:30 p. m.
We are pleased to learn that Mr. H.
P. BaldwiH, who has been seriously ill,
for the past week, is improving rapidly,
and will, in all probability, be about
again in a few days.
WO'.d comes from Supet visor rogue,
who went over to Honolulu Tuesday,
that the territory will give the county of
Maui a monthly allowance of f 12,000
This is an increase of (4,000.
The Wailuku gymnasium is becoming
a very popular institution. A young
ladies class has been formed to Dractice
Monday and Wednesday afternoons. The Last Saturday evening the new
fair' sex seems to be going in for muscle I gymnasium at Wailuku was thrown
development. open fae public, and many were
The bowling fever has struck this the expressions of satisfaction that
town. Everyone will soon become an jis town should possess such a
enthusiastic bowler The ladies have wp1 equipped pjace for phy8ical
yti,. . p iw.. training and amusement. The large
the ladies have no reason to be ashamed building is splendidly and conveni
of their ability along this line. ently ' arranged to accommodate a
The County band was down to the large number of members. The
wharf at Kahului Tuesday to play at the lockers . are- of woven wire thus
departure of the Claudine. The special allowing a circulation of air at all
occasion was the departure of George timeg in the locker room. The're
CHlMjna 4-tA: n.a1n tsw Ilia
. m, Li,n4M. are several showers and these rooms
has taken a position with Fred Waldron. are large and airy. The whole
t,m, ... . i-u -1 arrangement being calculated to
renovating the Maui hotel. He is to prve a boon to the community
have the rooms all. repapered and paint-1 The bowling alleys were secured
ed. After this is finished he will make from fae Spaulding Sporting Goods
tensive alterations on the ground floor, house ftnd j8 of tho finegt Btraight
iuub giviug a uiutu larger huu more uiry i . . . . ,
3, , r. . , -,1- . I erain maple. The equipment of
ainiug room. Alter lue insiue is com- i - -
pleted he will paint the entire building, these alleys was quite expensive and
" olo ,. -ll.. o...j it is a pity that their usefulness
and after an investigation, demanded should have been SO greatly impair
the resignation of Levi Joseph the Depu- ed by the bungling arrangement of
ty Sheriff, Solomon Aikau the Captain the pit and return rack. The gym
of police and H. K. Kalalakea, police- Lg whol(J j8 ftn m8titutlon which
man at Ktpahulu. The resignations took
effect Thursday. New men will be ap-
pointedto the vacancies in a day or two,
Administrator's Sale of Valuable
Notice is hereby given that under and
in pursuance of an Order issued out of the
Circuit Court of the Second Circuit, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, in the matter of the
Estate of KEAN1NI (k), late of Waika-
pu, Maui, deceased, the undersigned, as
Administrator of the Estate of Keanini
(k), deceased, is authorized to and will
sell at public auction, through Edmnnd
H. Hart, auctioneer and commissioner,
to the highest and best bidder, for cash,
on Saturday, the 8th day of April, A. P.
I9il,at 12 o'clock noon of said day, at
the front entrance of the Court House, in
Wailuku, Maui, so much of the real pro
perty hereinafter described as will be
sufficient to pay the debts of said estate.
PREMISES INTENDED TO BE SOLD.
1. R. P. 3115, L. C. A. 3440 to Nahau,
situate at Olohe, Waikapu, Apana
Pili, taro land, area 46-100 Acre;
Apana 2, kula land, . area 80-100
Acre; , .
2. R. P. 3127, L. C. A. 3103 to Kala
waia, situate at Pikoku, Waikapu,
taro land, area 4S-100 Acre;
3. R. P. 3152, L.C A. 31 10 to Kuo
laia, situate at Nohoana and Olohe,
Waikapu, taro land, area 78-100
4. R. P. 3382, L. C. A. 2959 to Hika,
situate at Maalaea, Waikapu, house
lot with house, area 25-100 Acre.
TERMS: Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
Deeds at expense of purchaser, and sale
subject to confirmation of the Court. ,
For further particulars, apply to the
undersigned, at his office, in County
Building, Wailuku, Maui.
'Dated at Wailuku, Maui, March 3, 191 1.
Administrator of the Estate of Keanini
March 4, 11, 18, 25, Apr. I.
Between Paia and Sunnyside. A new
boot or storm apron belonging to carriage.
Reward if found.
E. B. TURNER.
Notice Recording Public Meetings
and Health Certificates, Island
Notice is hereby given that the Regu
lation regarding public gatherings or
meetings, passed at a meeting of the
Board of Health held on December 12th1
1910, and the Regulation regarding
health certificates passed at a meeting of
the Board of Health held on December
14th, 1910, have been this day rescinded.
J. S. B. PRATT,
Acting President, Board of Health
Territorial Board of Health, Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, January 14th, 1911.
During my absence from the Territory
Mr. C. I). Lufkin will act for me under
full power of attorney.
MULES FOR SALE.
By each trip of tho S. S. Enter
prise wo are receiving a fresh supply
of California Horses and Mules.
Write for costs, stating size and kind
of animals wanted. We are hand
ling only young and sound animals
and are in a position to give you the
best price and finest of stock.
Volcano Stables & Transportation Co.
Three rooms formerly occupied by the
County Engineer. Running water and
modern plumbing. Suitable for offices
or living apartments. Apply first Na
tional Bank, Wailuku.
Opening of the
the town should be proud of, and
but for the amateurish arrangement
of the bowling alleys, which makes
it practically impossible for them
to be used satisfactorily, the whole
Return Indictments. arrangement uld hardly be im"
The Grand Jury
The grand jury of the Second
Circuit made their report to the
court Friday afternoon. They re
turned indictments in twenty cases.
Below is their report:
The evidence presented to this
A very quiet wedding was cele
brated at the parsonage of the First
Grand Jury in the matter of nume- Foreign Church at Hilo, last Thurs
rous thefts by children of school age day evening March 9th- lhe con-
indicates a laxity in the enforce- trading parties were Miss Margaret
ment of the law comnelline children Andrews and A. J. Anderson. Mrs.
of school age to attend school. We Anderson is the daughter of Mr
strongly recommend that the police Joseph Andrews, an old kamaama
. be instructed to enforce this law and coffee and cane planter of Olaa, and
also the curfew law. - Mr. Anderson, who is chief engineer
Information has reached us of over of the Tug Leslie Baldwin at Kahu-
fifty cases of people suspected of un- j lui, is the son of Capt. Andrew An
lawful cohabitation in tho Wailuku derson, the well known ship owner
district alone, and numerous cases I and ship chandler of San Francisco
in the other districts. We have de- Those attending the wedd'ng were
f erred action in these cases pending Mrs. J. T. Lewis, Miss Jennie Allen,
further investigations, and we would Mr. and Mrs. Aflague, Miss Etta
D . .
ask your Honor to excuse the Grand Landray, tho Rev. and Mrs.
Jurv for a neriod of thirtv davs. Drahms. Mr. and Mrs. Hurst. Miss
tho Grand Jurors Imlievinc thev mav Emihr Andrews and Mr. and Mrs.
have occasion to request that the J. D. Andrews. The wedding cere
Court reconvene the Jurv before the monv terminated in a supper and
term expires, or that the Court on dance at the home of Mr. and Mrs
its own motion may wish to take Hurst of Hilo. Tho happy couple
action. arrived in Kahului, by the Mauna
The Prosecuting Department pre- Kea of March 10th and will reside
sented for the Jury's consideration at the home formerly occupied by
a charge of Grand Larceny against John Spencer.
Aleka Kanuu. The Jury discover
jed that the principal witness, B. II. I T '""v T f tjT
McLaughlin, of Honolulu, liad fail- L, J J IUVj 1A.
fill to resnnnil to t.lie TrrKVHH of the I J
witness should be obtained in order 1 1 3r T 1 3 g e and AUlOIflODlie
umi. a Hearing may ue iiau upon
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VIUB CimifcU. t C BUUIlllb tills UJUbtCI I n ra IIVI CT
The Grand Jurors desire to thank
Jiiiltro McKnv for AvtfirwHnu tlinm Corner Market and Main'St.. Wailuku
KalhMlMfl Railroad Co
LUMBER - SASH - DOOES - BRICKS
WOOD - COAL - CEMENT - FIRE CLAY
ROOFING MATERIAL - WIRE FENCING
CORRUGATED IRON - GALVANIZED
Gasoline and Distillate in
Drums, etc. etc.
To arrive about May 15th
54,000 Feet Galvanized Pipe. All Sizes
13,000 Sheets Galvanized Corrugated
Prices quoted ex ship
the use of his courtroom. I ct 9