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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25 1191
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter
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SATURDAY. - NOVEMBER 25, 1911
The Kula Sanitarium.
FOR some time the County, with the aid of the Territorial Board
of Health, has been.maintaining a sanitarhnn for tuberculosis,
nvpr in the Kula district. Few people in the Territory, or even
on Maui, not directly interested in the institution know anything of the
good which has been accomplished. The work has been carried on so
quietly, and with so little flourish that the ordinary citizen cannot rea
lize what a necessary institution this is to the welfare of the community.
Some time ago an appropriation was set aside amounting to $5,000 to
hnilrl additional necessary buildings. This sum ha9 proven inadequate
for the needs of the institution, and now an appeal has gone forth to
raise about $4,000 by popular subscription. This is an institution for
the people, and a subscription for the improvement of such, should be
from all the people. A number of our public spirited men stand ready
to aid in this, as they have always done in other worthy charities, but
it is the people, the masses, who should be stirred to the necessity of
providing a proper place for the sufferers of this terrible ravager, tuber
Kverv citizen who Efives a dollar to this institution will feel a per
sonal interest in it thereafter, and will make an effort to know of the
crnod work beine accomplished.
Those desiring to contribute, can send their contributions to the
Maui News or to the bank, and we shall publish each week the
amounts received. Let us get together and all give something, no
matter how small, to aid our brothers who are aflicted with tuberculosis
The man or woman who will stoop to slander their neighbor, either
by word of mouth or through the medium of anonymous letters, as has
been the case here in Wailuku the pastjyeek, has sunk to the lowest
depths of self degredation. A thief may be honest in some things, t
dead beat may have charity in his soul, but the slanderer has no re
deeming traits. It is the slanderer who would steal the nursing bottle
from the lisping infant, or trample mother love under foot. The slan
derer would warm himself by your fireside, and then repay the debt by
lifting his head with a hiss and burying his poisonous fangs in your
back. The thief can reform, the sinner may repent, and the prodigal
son return, but the soul of the slanderer is dead, and the still small
voice will not penetrate it.
J. N. S. Williams, Superintendent of the Kahului Railroad, is one of
the best hustlers and boosters on Maui. He is making rapid progress
with the breakwater contract, and not contend with that, he has the
engineers working on the survey for the Haiku extension, this work
will be pushed to a rapid completion. This will open up some fine
homestead lands, and incidentally give Maui another boost, as being
the most progressive island in the group.
There has been good work done for public morals on Maui since
Judge Kingsbury took the bench. Rev. Dr. Scudder.
The Doom o! the Turk.
By Theodore H. Hoise.)
NOW the turkey's days are numbered, and won't have long to wait
For the proclamation's issued fixing our Thanksgiving date.
At the end of this November there will be a royal feast,
And we'll hear a cry for turkey from the highest to the least.
There'll be pumkin pie and fixin's down each eager throat to toss,
There'll. be many palate tricklers and the tart cranberry sauce,
And there'll be a lot of dainties some will feel inclined to shirk,
But not one of all the eaters will decline a slice of turk.
There'll be children, mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts
With the turkey on the table as the object that enchants,
And if they are still as hungry as on feasting days before
They'll not stop at one good serving, but will pass their plates for more
There'll be trouble for the carver, though he tries to do his best,
When too many call for drumsticks and too many want the breast;
There'll be frequent calls for "stuffiing" in the most pesuasive tones,
And before the feast is ended there'll be nothing left but bones.
So get ready, Mr. Gobbler, and get ready, Mistress Hen,
For Thanksgiving day is coming, and you'll see your finish then.
Now, at last, your days are numbered, and you won't have long to wait
At the end of this November you'll be smoking on the plate.
Suit For $33,000.
Allen & Robinson, through their
attorneys, have filed a suit against
the Maui Sugar Company, for $33,.
000 at 8 per cent. . The complaint
states that the company made notes
to Wong Kawai and that he endors
ed them to the plaintiffs. They be
came due on October 20, 1906, but
the company refused to pay them.
There are eight promisory notes
for $4000 each and one for $1000,
and are part of a mortgage for $80,
000 authorized by the stockholders
away buck in 1902.
Charged With Perjury.
Messrs. Case and Vincent went to
Makawao this week to press a charge
of illegal liquor selling against Tam
Shiu. The party to whom the
liquor was sold, Lilia Paleka, swore
she never bought the liquor, ant
never saw the Chinaman. The
prosecuting attorneys having other
evidence of such a positive nature
decided to bring a charge of perjury
against the woman- She was held
for the March term of the Circuit
Notice of -Executrix's Sale of
Notice is hereby given that, as the
Executrix of Edward H. Rogers, de
ceased, and under and by virtue of
an order granted by the Honorable
Selden B. Kingsbury, Judgo of the
Circuit Court of the Second Judicial
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, licens
ing me to sell certain property be-
onging to said estate, I shall, on
Saturday, the 16th day of Decem
ber, 1911, at twelve" o'clock noon,
at the front entrance to the Court-
iouso in Wailuku, County of Maui,
sell, at public auction, the following
(1) That certain piece parcel
and lot of land situate and being in
Kalua, District of Wailuku, Island
and County of Maui, Territory of
Hawaii being a portion of Apana 1,
of Royal Patent number 2162, Land
Commission Award 2420, to Kaai,
containing an area of 59-100 of an
acre, being tne same property con
veyed to W. II. Rogers by deed of
partition , had between Zelie K.
Rogers, Waldemar Rogers, Elizabeth
Summerfield, and said Edward II.
Rogers, of date October 7, 1904 ;and
(2) That certain piece and par
cel of land situate at Lahaina, Coun
ty of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, be
ing that portion of Ahupuaa of Ma-
kila, containing an area of one acre,
more or less, and conveyed by A. N.
Hayselden to Edward H. Rogers, by
deed dated October 6, 1909: said
last mentioned piece of land being
further described by metes and
bounds as follows:
Beginning by the sea by the north
west corner of this lot and running
along a stone wall by Kamohai to
Naea, thence along Naea by a fence
to Kahawai of Pahoa, thence along
Kahawai to the sea, thence by the
sea boundary to the point of com
Should a sum sufficient to appro
ximately pay the debts of the estate
be realized from the sale of the first
piece of property in this notice
mentioned, the second property des
cribed herein will not, in such event,
sale to be maue subject to con
firmation of the Court.
r or further particulars apply to
Ellen Rogers, Executrix of the Es
tate of Edward II. Rogers, or to D.
II. Case, Wailuku, Maui.
Executrix of said Estate.
Nov. 25, Dec. 2, 9, 16.
In the District Court of Wailuku,
Island and County of Maui, Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
Jas. N. K. Keola, Deputy Asses
sor and Collector of Taxes, Wailuku
District, Second Taxation Division
Territory of Hawaii, Plaintiff, vs
o. w. A. kaleimo-a, a non-resi-
Notice of Pendency of Action.
The Territory of Hawaii: to S. W
A. Kaleiho-a, Greeting: :
You are hereby notified that the
above entitled cause is now pending
before W. A. McKay, Esq., Dis
trict Magistrate of Wailuku, Maui
County, wherein Plaintiff alleges
that the defendant is indebted to
the said plaintiff in the sum of Fif
ty Two and 50-100 ($52.50) Dollars
for real property taxes asssseed
against the defendant on the books
of the Assessor and Collector of
Taxes for the Wailuku District
Second Taxation Division, Territory
of Hawaii, and prays judgment for
the sura of Fifty Two and 50-100
Dollars with penalties, and interests
thereon, advertising costs as by law
provided and for costs herein in
You and all parties interested are
hereby commanded to appear before
me at my court room in Wailuku
upon the 12th day of December,1911
rr t . r 1 1 r
tuesaay; at au o ciock a, jm. anu
aeienci the said action, ana it you
fail to appear, judgment will be ren
dered against you ex parte by d
Given under my hand this 20th
day of November, A. D. 1911.
(Sd.) W. A. McKay,
District Magistrate of, Wailuku,
Maui County, Territory of Hawaii.
Nov. 25, Dec. 2, 9, 16.
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NOTli-B OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
8ALEOP PERSO NAL PRO
PERTY. Notice is hereby given that, as
administrator of the Estate of
Manuel Soares Medeiros, late of
Waiakoa, Kula, Maui, on Saturday,
December 2, 1911, at 10:00 o'clock
A. M., I will sell at my residence in
Waiakoa, Kula, Maui, at public
auction to the highest bidder, the
following described personal pro
;Tty: One black horse, one bay horse,
one black mare, one colt, five goats,
one lot of chickens, one pig, corn
sheller, fence wire, plow, set of
harness, three Baddies, two bridles,
blankets, one lot of household fur
niture consisting of teds, bedding,
hairs, tablet, clock, trunks, lamps.
tableware, silver watch and chain;
and also one field of corn of appro
ximately fourteen acres, and 200
pounds of ground corn.
For further particulars apply to
Manuel Soares Medeiros, Jr., Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Manuel
Soares Medeiros, deceased, at his
residence in Waiakoa, aforesaid
Terms Cash. .
Manuel Soares Medeiros, Jr.,
Administrator of the Estate of
Manuel Soares Medeiros, de
ceased. Nov. 25, Dec. 2.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
FOR SALE AT
Maui Meat Market
White, Wilcox & Gibbs Sewing Machines
This machines bat been ou the market
many years and gives perfect satisfaction.
Hundreds are in use on this Island.
Let me explain its superior qualities
to you before you buy a machine, Tele
phone to Y. UCHIDA,
t. I. Wailuku