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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 9 1 191
The Star's $3000
Contest Is Fair.
Maui Candidates have equal
chance with those of Other Islands
to secure the
Ten Big Prizes
Here they are:
FIRST $750 00 Cash
SECOND -Fine Hiri!ding Lot in
THIRD--Savings Bank Account of
FOURTH Ticket to Coast and
Return with I'ocket Money.
FIFTH Selection of Books, $150.
SIXTH Trip and week at Vol
cano. SEVENTH F urniture Order,
EIGHTH -Music Order, $50.00.
NINTH Hardware Order, $50.00.
TENTH Jewelry Order, $50.00.
Remember that Oahu has so
many Candidates working that
You have a good chance to get
more Votes than any one of them.
Besides so many persons already
take the Star in Honolulu.
It Is Not Too Late To Start
SerTd your name to Contest Man
ager, Star, Honolulu, and he will
send youfull instructions.
Maui's Special Prize
Besides the Big Prizes there is
one prize for a Maui Candidate
A Week's Trip To Honolulu
With all expenses paid and num
erous outings planned.
Don't forget that the first Count
will be made on November 18th
All votes and subscriptions tak
, en must be mailed by that time.
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The new factory of the
Maui Poi Co. is sanitary
in every detail.
, Poi furnished in up-to-date
agate ware vessels." "
Let us supply you with a
Maui Poi Company
DOLIM & COELtIO
Automobile For Rent
Hudson Touring Car
Stomach, Liver, Kidney and
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piott Bcih DUfMe. BUdA. Tiwiblj,
ma, RhninMtum. Impurt Blood, tumh.
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A Cnu Tome lor Wane.
$1.00 etf bttttej lM it.it. or W.00
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AU PLANTATION STORES ft DEALERS
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
"A DAINTIER DIET.
thm Happy Thought That Cam to tha
Timid Money Lsndor.
A gambler of Tin ran borrowed a
mim from a money lender, and when
the note fell due he said he could not
"Yon must settle!" shouted the mon
ey lender. "If yon don't settle 111"
Tint the gambler, taking a revolver
from his boot, pointed It at the money
lender and said:
"Eat that note or I'll let daylight
And the money lender, after a mo
ment's silent thought, crumpled the
note Into a ball, put It In his month.
chewed vigorously and then, wlih a ;
fculp, swallowed the pulpy morsel. ! A
"That dose saved your life," said (
the gambler la a mollified tone, and u
Grand Display of
Notice of Executrix's
Notice ia 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, Judge of the
Circuit Court of the Second Judicial
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, licens
ing me to sell certain property be
longing to said estate, I shall, on
Saturday, the lGtli day of Decem
ber, 1911, at twelve o'clock noon,
at the front entrance to the Court
house 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
Hawaiii 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 the same property con
veyed to W. H. 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
eel of land situate at'Lahaina, Coun
ty of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, be
ing that portion of AhurJuaa of Ma
kila, containing an area of one acre,
more or less, and conveyed by A. N.
Hayselden to Edward II. Rogers, by
deed dated October 6, 1909; said
last mentioned piece of land ltciiij
further di-sciibed by metes and.i
bounds as follows:
"WAIT A, MINUTE, MY FRIEND."
the next day he had a streak of luck
and paid the money lender in full.
The money lender was much pleased
with this honesty, and when the gam
bler a few weeks later called and asked
for a new loan he was readily accom
The gambler, having pocketed the
new loan, sat down, dipped a pen In
the Ink and selected a sheet of paper
whereon to write the usual acknowl
edgment. But the money lender hasti
"Hold on, my friend," he snld, and
he ran to a cupboard. "Walt a mln
ute, my friend. Would you mind writ
ing It on this soda cracker?"
Parties Accommodated at all Hours
Telephone at Coelho's House
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
' A Candid Friend. !
Rev. TJlysses G. B. Tierce, chaplain
of the United States senate and Pres
ident Taft's pasjor at a Washington
Unitarian church, told a group of son- j
ators a few days ago of a letter he
had received the previous morning j
from a strong Methodist friend of his. j
The letter read:
"Dear Doctor Yesterday morning
while on the way to services in my
own church , I was overtaken by the
heavy roln we had. As- I did not
have an umbrella with me and was
near your church. I went In, and for
the flrst time listened to one of your
sermons'on the tenets of the Unitarian
faith. Next Sunday I am going to
carry an umbrella." Saturday Even
It Wasn't Fair.
Several years ago Sam Jones, the
Georgia evangelist, was at Emory
Grove camp and the newspaper re
ports of his sermons caused hlra to
complain. At the hint service he looked
down at the reporters, who sat at a
table just in front of the pulpit, and
"And I want to te!l you fellows that
I like you a lot In si lte of your mani
fold faults. You boys don't (rent me
right, though. You take my sermons
and pick out a piece here and there
We have on display the largest line of CHRISTMAS TOYS
and novelties ever shown on Maui. The Goods were bought in
New York for us, and we must sell the entire stock before XmasI
It is impossible to give a list of what we have. " Come in and
look at them. Bring the children along too. There is some
thing to please everybody. OPEN EVENINGS.
The Prices on these Goods are so Cheap it
will surprise you.
1 1' . . . '
and a piece somewhere el".o. Then you
Beginning by the sea by tlie north-1 string the pieces together, and natu-
Reguiar meeting! will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hail, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visitiug members are cordially in
vited to attend.
E. F. DEINERT, C. C.
C. C. CLARK, K. OF R. & S.
west corner uf this lot and running
along a stone wall by Kamohai to
Naea, tfience along Naea by a fence
to Kabawai of Pa Ron, thence along
Kahawai to the sea, thence by the
sea boundary to the -point of com
mencement. Should a sum sufficient to appro
ximately pay the debts of the estate
13 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 Iks made subject to con
firmation of the Court.
For further particulars apply to
Ellen Rogers, Executrix of the Es
tate tf Edward H. Rogers, or to D.
II. Case, Wailuku, Maui.
Executrix of said Estate.
Nov. 25, Dec. 2, 9, 16.
rally they read funny.
"Now, suppose I reported the Hible
that way! A man asks me whtit the
Bible' tells him to do. I re:id lu'one
place. "And Judas went out and
hanged himself.' I turn oyer and read,
'Go thou and do likewise.' And In an
other place I find. 'And do it quickly.'
"Now, you see, boys, that sort of
thing won't do. It alu't fair."
Hunting or otherwise, trespassing up
on any of the properties of the Wailuku
Sugar Company is strictly forbidden.
Hunting permits may be obtained at
the Plantation office.
By order of H. B. PENHALLOW.
Manager of the Wailuku Sugar Co.
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 cent (4) per annum.
This reduction will come into effect on
the first day of January, 1913.
Dated at Honolulu, T. H. Sept. 15, 19II.
Sept. 23 to Dec. 31.
Division of Labor.
There were points of resemblance
between Mrs. Hammond and the lilies
of the field. She had married a young
man who had a good Balary, bnt she
herself had never earned a penny iu
her life, nor had she been blessed with
well to do parents.
"We have a Joint account In the Na
tional Fountain bank," she announced
to one of her friends when she had
been married a few months. "It 18
such fun to pay bills by check."
"What do you mean by a joint ac- j
count?" asked the Incredulous friend.
"Do you put In equal sums?"
"Oh, I don't put in any," said Mrs.
Ilammond. "Will puts it in, and I
draw it out."
8 j ' ' ' WHITE ' ,
Awed by a Reporter.
Mr. J. P. Morgan never did have any
toleration for newspaper interviewers.
One young reporter did not know this.
There had been an important business
meeting, and when the reporter way
laid the bauker the latter was In an
even more Irritable mood than usual.
, "What decision was come to at the
meetinK?" asked the reporter.
Mr. Morgan turned on him sharply.
"Don't you know I'm never interview
ed?" he ronred.
"Well, this time you're going to be,"
was the culm reply.
Mr. MorKan held his breath in amaze
ment. Then he gasped and whispered
softly, "My boy, if somebody doesn't
kill you you'll be a great mau some
A man doesn't have to be a mechanic to recognize the simplicity of the WHITE motor.
he is at all familiar with the appearance of motors he will be likely to think, looking at
WHITE, that some parts are missing. It is all there, however, and whatever parts have bean
eliminated result in its efficiency, simplicity and economy of operation. To the average mn
the WHITE motor is the most attractive part of the car; because its probability to need repairs! is
minimized, and, if it does need adjusting its construction is not so bewildering that he cannot
make minor repairs himself, however little he may know of mechanics.
Five Important Features of White Motors
First of all, the tour cylinders are oast en bloc -that Is la one pleee. Tbls oonstraction gives a rigidity to the crank oase
keeps the bearings In alignment ( t '
The cylinders eaoh have a three and three-fourth Inch bore and five and one-eighth inch stroke. The stroke Is very long In
portion to the bore, resulting in lnoreased power with, less effort, whtob means maximum efficiency and gasoline economy.
There are four forward speeds, with direct drive on tho third, which' means a speed for every condition, giving greater roai
emcioncy, ana making it unnecessary to overtax the engine at any time.
WHITE motors are equipped with a honeyoomb radiator In which the cooling surface Is practically twloe that of anyordlnar.
kind. Tbls radiator Is the most efficient of which we know, and, because of its high cost, is used ouly In the better grade of cars.
A double oiling system is used. After lubricating, the connecting rod bearings, the oil drops Into the orank oase. where it
used In the regular splash system. Besides Boiug a very effective means of lubrioallon, the conomyof using the oil twloe
apparent. The orank shuft casing and the sld plates on the motor, which when removed make the orank shaft accessible, col
nnes the oil to the Inside of the motor, preventing a genoral besmearing with oil which would otherwise occur.
VOLCANO STABLES & TRANSPORTATION CO., LTD.
AGENTS Hilo, Hawaii