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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1911
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing Ordinance will be taken up for final
consideration on Friday, October 13,
1911, at 9:00 A. M.
AN ORDINANCE TO PROHIBIT
SWIMMING, BATHING AND WASH
ING IN THE IAO STREAM, IAO
VALLEY, ABOVE THE INTAKE OF
GOVERNMENT PIPE LINE, OF
THE WAILUKU WATER WORKS,
AND PROVIDING A PENALTY
Be it Ordained by the Board of Super
visors within and for the County of Maui:
Section t. Swimming, bathing and
washing in, or the using in any other
manner whatsoever that may pollute or
tend to .contaminate the waters of Iao
Stream in Iao Valley, above the intake
of the Government Pipe Line, of the
Wailuku Water Works, that is, above
what is commonly known as and called
the second crossing, is prohibited.
Section 3. Any persons who violates
the provisions of section one of this Or
dinance shall, upon conviction, be fined
in a sum not exceeding $10.00 together
with costs of Court; and, in the Jevent of
default of payment of such fine and
costs, shall be imprisoned in the County
Jail until the same shall have been dis
charged by operation of the general laws
applicable in such cases.
Section 3. This Ordinance shall take
effect from and a f let its publication once
a week for a period of two consecutive
weeks in a newspaper of general circula
tion published in the County of Maui,
and the posting of a true copy thereof
upon a bulletin board in front of or near
the rooms occupied by the Board of
- Board of Supervisors within and for
the County of Maui.
Attest. Wm. FRED KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors within
and for the Connty of Maui.
Sept. 16, S3, 30.
Notice ot Sale of General Leases
of Public Lands Situated on the
Island of Maui.
At 13 o'clock noon, Saturday, October
21, i9il, at the front door to the Capitol,
Honolulu, there will be sold at public
auction under provisions of PartV, of
the Land Act of&8a5t Section 376-285 in
clusive, Revised Laws of Hawaii, .Gen
eral Leases of the following described
lands; Applicant, Pioneer Mill Co',, Ltd.
All persons desiring to object because
these lands should be homesteaded or
otherwise, are requested to present such
objections to the Board of Public Lands,
in writing or in person, on -or before
October 11, 1911, at 2 p. in., at the
Capitol Building, Honolulu.
(1) Lease of a portion of the lands of
Kuia, Lahaina, Maui, containing an
area of 150.0 acres, more or less. - Upset
rental $750.00 per annum; payable semi
annually in advance. Term of lease, 15
year from October 31, 191 1.
(3) Lease of a portion of the Ahupuaa
of Honokawai, Lahaina, Maui, contain-
1 ing an area of 80.44 acres, more or less.
Upset rental $242.00 per annum; payable
semi-annually in advance. Term of lease,
15 years from October at, i9ii.
Reservations regarding land required
for reclamation, settlement or public
purposes, will . be embodied in these
leases. " '
For maps and further information, ap
ply at the office of the Commissioner of
Public Lands, Capitol Buildiug, JIouo
lulu. Dated at Honolulu, August 16th, i9n.
CHARLES S. JUDD,
Commissioner ol Public Lands,
Aug. 26. Sept 3, 9, 16, 33, 30. Oct. 7, 14.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Matter op the Estate
David Noholoa, Deceased.
The undersigned having been duly ap
' pointed executors of the will of David
Noholoa, deceased, hereby give notice to
all creditors of said decedent to present
their claims, duly authenticated and with
proper vouchers, if any exist, and whether
such claim be secured or unsecured, to
either of the undersigned in person, or at
the office of their attorneys, Holmes.Stan
ley and Olson, in Honolulu, within six
months from the date of the first pub
lication of this notice, said date being
September 9, 1911, or within six months
from the day they fall due, or the same
will be forever barred.
WILLIAM L. STANLEY,
CLARENCE H. OLSON.
Executors of the Will of David Noholoa,
Holmes, Stanley & Olson, attorneys for
Honolulu, September 8, 191 1.
Sept. 9, 16, 33, 30, Oct. 7.
A Ford Roadster, Guaranteed in
absolutely first class condition. Fully
equipped. Good tires. This car will be
sold cheap. Apply Maui News office.
So if you are interested
come at once.
Notice to creditors.
Estate of Henry P. Baldwin, Late
, of Spkeckbwviiab, Maui, T. H.
The undersigned having been duly
appointed Executors of the will of the
above named Henry P. Baldwin, deceas
ed, hereby give notice to all persons
having claims against the said decedent
or his estate, to present the same to any
of the undersigned, or at the office of
Smith, Warren & Hemenway, their at
tornejs in the Judd Building in Hono
lulu, Oahu, T. II., duly authenticated,
whether or not such claim or claims be
secured by mortgage upon real estate,
within six months from the date of the
first publication of this notice, or within
six months from the date they shall fall
due, or the same will be forever barred
EMILY A. BALDWIN,
HARRY A. BALDWIN,-
JOSEPH P. COOKE,
Executors of the will of Henry P. Bald
win, Deceased. .
Dated, Wailuku, Maui, T. H., Septem
ber 9th, 191 1.
Sept. 9, 16, 33, 30, Oct 7.
Notice ot Sale of Delinquent
Shares of the NAHIKU RUBBER
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing assessable shares of the capital stock
of Nahiku Rubber Co., Ltd., will be
sold at public auction to the highest bid
der, at the front door of the First Na
tional Bank of Wailuku, on Saturday,
October 14th, 1911, at 13 o clock noon,
for assessments uupaid and more than
thirty days delinquent, in accordance
with the By-Laws of the Company.
By order of the Board of Directors,
C. D. LUFKIN,
STOCK TO BE SOLD:
Ctf. Amt. due
15 shares.. .No. 130 $ 670 00
R. J. Wilkinson
30 shares... " 194...- 1200 00
H. L. Shaw
1 share.... " 337. .... 88 00
W. T. Robinson
3 shares... " 426.... 150 00
3 shares... " 458.... 60 00
Sept. 16, 33, 30, Oct. 7.
Notice to Depositors In Bishop &
Company's Savings Bank.
In accordance with the printed Con
ditions of Agreement issued by Bishop &
Company's Savings Bank, notice is here
by given that the rate of interest paid on
savings deposits will be reduced from
four and one-half per cent (4J) per an
num to four per tent (4) per annum.
This reduction will come into effect on
the first day of January, 1913,
Dated at Honolulu, T. H. Sept. 15, 1911. J
Sept. 23 to Dec. 31.
A Historical Story of the
Time of Garibaldi
By F. A. MITCH EL
Copyright by American Preaa Aun
' elation, 1811.
When Victor Emmanuel, king of Sar
dlnla, and his prime minister, Count
Carour, were playing the European
Dowers with a view to eettini; rid of
the Austrian domination of northern
Italy and accomplishing the onion of
the Italian states. Garibaldi headed
a revolutionary expedition to Sicily.
' One day Cavoar sent for Silas Blxby,
an American from Connecticut, and
said to him:
"I have not hitherto availed myself
of your services in secret service mat
ters, for I have bad no need for them.
I am now ready to give you a trial
Garibaldi Is at Genoa about to start
for Sicily. The king will send this
evening a messenger to order his re
turn. I wish that messenger delayed
till Garibaldi bns either succeeded or
failed to revolutionize Sicily. If you
ON OL IB
succeed and Garibaldi succeeds I she (1
be able to reward you. If you succerd
and Garibaldi fails you will have bad
your trouble for nothing. But above
alt my hand In your work must ne? t
be known. Are you ready to proetii
on these terms?" -
"I guess 1 am, count"
"Hare you your contrivance ready?"
"1 guess I have."
"Very well. - It may be that tbe un
ion of Italy depends upon you. Go,
and heaven be with you!"
The same evening an ordinary leak
ing man left tbe royal palace, carry
ing In bis band a gripsack, walked to
the broad entrance, Hanked on either
side by an equestrian statue, and, en
tering tbe piazza, looked about blm for
a cab. There was but one vehicle in
sight, and tbe coachman, eeeinj a
fare, drove rapidly toward blm. The
man entered, at tbe Bame time direct
ing cabby to drive him to the station.
Tbe man Inside was Captain Pierre
Arconti. one of tbe most determined
men In tbe Sardinian army. He bow
an order In tbe king's name to Oaiv
baldi, whom be expected to tind at
Genoa, to return to Turin immediately,
and If tbe general disobeyed tbe man
date Arconti was to call on tbe police
or tbe military to arrest him and bring
him by force. -
Suddenly from a partly concealed
tube beside him tbe captain felt him
self sprayed In tbe face and Imme
diately began to experience a peculiar
sensation. He endeavored to open tbe
carriage door, bnt it was fast He
was about to break tbe glass window
when a second spraying took away
what power tbe first had left, and he
soon sank Into unconsciousness. ,
When be came to himself be was
lying on a bed before an open barred
window. Without was a greensward
stretching a ioug distance. Not a
house or a person was in sight Ho
judged that be was Imprisoned in a
country villa. Rising, he walked
somewhat unsteadily to tbe door, and
his suspicions were confirmed by find
ing It locked. A bell cord bung from
tbe ceiling, and he gave It a Jerk. A
shrill whistle directed bis attention to
a speaking tube. Putting bis mouth
to It, he called to know if any one was
at the other end. A man's voice
speaking In tbe Yankee dialect asked
what was wanted.
"I wish to know where 1 am and the
reason for my being here."
"You are In a villa rented by an
American citizen, and the reason for
your being here Is the cause of united
Italy. General Garibaldi is abont to
leave Genoa and Is not to be delayed."
"Who Is responsible for my kidnap
ing?" "The aforesaid American citizen."
"At whose instigation?"
"That's a secret"
There was a short silence, after
which the captain said: "Garibaldi will
never reach Sicily, and if be does the
king of Naples has there a force of
20,000 men with which to meet his
1,000. If be drives out tbe 20,000 Nea
politans Austria, Russia, Prussia and
possibly France will one or all demand
tbe restoration of tbe Island to tbe
king of tbe two Sicilies. Garibaldi
will only make a repetition of the fiasco
he made In '49. Kliin Victor Em-
t manuel Is as much Interested In Ital
ian unity as any one, and he fears that
this move will prevent It rather tbnn
bring It nbvut
"Not being a stalesmnn 1 couldn't
say," was (he laconic reply.
"Well, then, since common sense
won't move you, perhaps money will,
Name your ransom."
"I've never been In politics and am
ot to be bribed
This ended tbe conversation for the
time. Later Captain Arconti heard a
noise in tbe wall and, opening a little
door, found a good breakfast on a
dumbwaiter, with a bottle of wine.
Removing tbe tray on which It stood
to a table, be calmed blmself sufficient
ly to partake of what food he needed.
He bad been kidnaped In tbe even
ing and bad not recovered from tbe ef
fects of tbe spraying he bad received
till morning. It was evident that he
bad been put Into the room, In which
thcrr wn8 eTer convenience, to re-
main till be would be too late to stop
Garibaldi from going to Sicily, and
there was no likelihood that be would
be let out before tbe success or fail
ure of tbe expedition bad been deter
mined. What troubled blm was that
he was not able to send word to the
king that he bad been delayed. Could
be communicate this, another messen
ger might be sent and In time to ar
rest Garibaldi. But Arconti could nei
ther get out nor send word as to bis
A day passed and on tbe second
morning tbe captain was called to tbe
tube by a whistle.
"What Is it?" he asked.
"I'm that clod ratted, gol darned gent
from tbe .Nutmeg State, U. 8. A. I Just
called you up to tell you that Garibal
di and bis thousand volunteers sailed
last night from Genoa and by this time
are probubly on the coast of Sicily."
Tbe only reply the Yankee heard was
"That's all this evening." continued
the voice In tbe tube. "When there's
any news I'll call you again."
The monotony ot Captain Arcontl's
captivity was broken from . time to
time by items of news conveyed
through tbe speaking tube.
"Gari has landed. There was some
popgun business between tbe boats
and tbe shore, bnt not much damage
done. Garl is loann' along toward Pa
lermo." "Quite a sharp scrimmage yesterday
on the way between the coast and
Palermo between Garibaldi's volun
teers and tbe advance of Neapolitan
army. Garl played a Yankee trick on
'em during tbe night sendln' a part of
their force oil on a fool's errand."
"It turns out that Gari took tbe
heights he was fighting for, but had a
mighty hard, time doin' It He's now
on some other heights, lookin' down on
"The gent you were sent to arrest
Is fighting in tbe streets of Palermo.
Seelu' there's only l.CH'O against 20,000,
he's niakln' slow headway. Neopolltan
ships are shellln' tbe town."
"King Bomba's governor bns 'agreed
to a surrender. Tbe feller Garl sent
oh on a wild goose chase got back too
late with a thousand fighting men. He
and you were both Just a little short
Thus did King Victor's envoy get the
news of the success of the expedition
he had been sent out to prevent When
Bomba's troops evacuated the island
the captain received a visit from bis
Yankee raptor, who agreed to send a
message for him to his sovereign, pro
vided Arconti would sign a request
that tbe Interruption of tbe king of
Sardinia's messenger be overlooked.
Tbe message was sent and an answer
received after it was known that none
of tbe powers would demand tbe res
toration of the revolutionized island.
Immunity was granted and tbe Yankee
thanked for the little rebellion of bis
own against kingly authority which
bad resulted so favorably. He . was
"commanded" to present himself be
fore the king at Turin; but be did no
such thing. He was uot mluded to be
questioned as to who had been bis em
ployer. Instead of obeying the com
mand be went to call on Count Cavour.
Cavour was so delighted nud absorb
ed In Garibaldi's work tbut when It
was announced that one of'hls secret
service men wished to see him and Mr.
Blxby had been Introduced luto his
cabinet he was not aware that tbe
secret service man hod entered. He
was made aware of tbe fact by the
"neard anything drop, count?"
The short, stocky statesman, looking
up and seeing Blxby, Jumped from bis
seat, threw hte arms around tbe tall
Yankee's neck and' huug there, kicking
bis heels like a delighted boy. When
be bad finished be said:
"I haven't heard from you. but I
know that you Hucceeded. You were
right not 10 communicate with me.
No one but you and I were to be trust
ed In this business."
"I bare received the king's pardon."
"I know that, and 1 know that you
have been commanded to go to him.
But don't obey. A vessel sails for
America tonight. You must go on
ber. If you remain here tbe king will
find some means of getting your se
cret, and that would mean my down
fall. I took an awful risk both for
myself and Italy."
"Well, count, I'll do as you say, but '
I guess King Vic ought to thank you
for keeping him from spoilin' Gail's
work Instead of glvln' you the grand
The count then entered upon the
monetary matters pertaining to tbe
case, after which be bade an affection
ate adieu to the Yaukee, telling blm
to always come to him for what he '
wanted. vThe same night Mr. Bixby
sailed for America.
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