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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1912.
Rev. R. B. Dodge, weitf to Honolulu
Tuesday in the Claudine.
The Lurline sailed from Kahului
Thursday night for Honolulu.
Fj-ed Waterhouse cajne up on the
Claudine last Saturday, nod retured on
The keys to the new surgical ward at
theMalulani hospital were turned over to
the county this week.
Joshua Tucker has been on Maui this
week. He went to Honolulu on the Ki
lauea Thursday evening.
A. T. Anderson of Kahului is selling
his furniture at private sale, preparatory
ro leaving for Honolulu.
Manager Fawcett of the Kaupakalua
winery, was a passenger on the Mauna
Kea Tuesday evening for Hilo.
Mr. A. V. Gear, of the Waterhouse
Trust Company was on Maui this week.
He made a tour of East Maui.
Mr. P. P. Lacks was on Maui this
week. He visited the different planta
tions in the interests of his firm.
Don't forget that Mrs. Jarley's wax
works will be on exhibition Friday even
ing, May loth, at the Town Hall.
A plantation baseball league has been
formed at Paia, the same as last year,
and the games will start at once.
E. C. Mellor came down from Haiku
this week, and has taken up his work
with the Kahului Railway company,
Joe Puu, who was run over by Ned
Nicholas some time ago, has completely
recovered, and returned to his home.
The work on the new- Maul Hotel
Annex has been resumed, and will now
be pushed along to a rapid completion
More fruit fly magots were found this
week in the fruit in the yard of Rev". R.
B. Dodge. The fruit has all been des
The mill being erected at Ewa for the
proving of Mr. E. E. Battelle's invention
for producing refined sugar,
ready to begin operations.
The Baldwin Estate.
The settlement o! the Henry P.
Baldwin estate was made in the
circuit court of the Second Judicial
District Saturday morning by Judge
Selden B. Kingsbury.
The final account of the execu
tors were discharged. The distri
bution of the estate was made. The
major portion forms a trust com
pany known as the II. P. Baldwin,
Ltd., held for the benefit of the
The inheritance tax as assessed
by Judge Kingsbury amounted to
$115,731. The beneficiaries named
in the document are as follows:
Abby C. Alexander, 67,500; Har
riet M. Damon, $7,500; Annie E.
Dickey, $7,500; Mary J. Alexan
der, $3,000; E. Charlotte Alexan
der, $3,000; Trustees Makawao
Foreign Church, $8,000; Hawaiian
Board, $20,000; Trustees East Maui
Female Seminary i(Maunaolu),
$20,000; Endowment Fred Baldwin
Memorial Home, $1"25,000; Emily
A. Baldwin, Harry A. Baldwin,
Maud M. Cooke, William D. Bald
win, Arthur D. Baldwin, Frank F.
Baldwin, Charlotte M. Baldwin
Rice, Samuel A. Baldwin, balance
of the estate, the total of which is
$6,267,603. The legacies exempt
amount to $173,000: The total
exemptions from taxable legacies
amount to $42,500. The discount
allowed if paid prior to July 8, 1912,
Bowling Alleys For Paia.
Paia is going ahead by leaps and
bounds. The latest proposed addi
tion, which will add much to the
attractiveness of that place, is the
The Paia Orpbeum is making a great
hit. The place is crowded every' night
After the Saturday evening perform'
ances the floor is cleared, and a dance is
enjoyed by the patrons.
"Obak" Kelly, is selling O bales no
longer. He has a new brand of cigar
ettes which are the big noise, according
to Kelly. Mr. Kelly stopped off in Wai
luku on his way to Hilo this week.
Mr. Fred x Butler sang last Sunday
morning at the Makawao Church, and in
the evening at the Wailuku Union church
His singing was much enjoyed by the
large audiences present on both occa
The Kahului Young Men's Club have
all their arrangements completed for
their dance tonight. This - institution
deserves the hearty support of the entire
community, and the boys always give
value received to everybody who attend
Registered at Maui Hotel: C. F
Bense, Mabel Birge Bryden, Mrs. P. S.
Spragne, Los Angeles; Geo. H. Dunn,
Labaina; Col. Geo. French, Chicago;
W. F. Koch, St. Paul, Minn.; F. M.
Swanzy, John A. Hughes, M. M. Shipp,
W. O. Franklin, Fred F. Lacks, A. M
The luau given as a farewell to road
supervisor George Groves by the road
men of Makawao, at the home of John
Kaluna, Paia, was a grand feast. The
men and their families gathered from all
over the district, and George never
knew before how popular he was. He is
now threatening to go into politics. J
Mr. H. A. Baldwin and Mrs. Baldwin
sailed for the coast on the Honolulan.
He is taking his auto along, and expects
to make an extensive tour before the
Chicago convention. He took Heinie
English along as chauffeur. Harold Rice
1b acting manager of the Maui Agricul
tural company during his absence.
Mr. W. O. Franklin, manager of the
Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, in
Honolulu, has been on Maui this week,
. and he was very agreeably surprised at
the improvement in things in general up
here. He says the bowling alleys at
Puunene and Wailuku are as good as
any in the islands. He measured the
Wailuku alleys, however, and found
them three feet short. Mr. Franklin
has visited all the other islands, and says
without . hesitation that the conditions
for athletic sports at Puunene cannot be
duplicated anywhere else,
Col. French and his staff came to Maui
on the Claudine last Saturday morning.
The object of his visit was Jthe final ac
ceptanoft, the new Salvation Army bar
racks in Wailuku. Col. French occupied
the pulpit of the Wailuku Union Church
Sunday evening, and was listened to in
tently throughout his entire discourse,
He took as his text the words: "Behold
the Lamb of God Who taketh away the
sin of the World." The Colonel gra.
dually led his audience to a realization
is about installing of an up-to-date bowling
alley n, Ever since the alleys were
installed at Puunene the Paia peo
pie have been longing for an alley
of their own. Though many of
them are members of the Puunene
club, still it is a long ride from Paia
to Puunene, and they get very little
chance to do any effective rolling
The management of tbe Maui Agri
cultural company has taken the
matter up, and before many months
we will see the Paia people enjoy
ing tneir own bowling alleys, ana
also swimming pool This will
make six alleys on Maui, and we
can then arrange tournaments, and
develop more talent.
IN THB CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII
In Probate--At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of HAN
NAH AWANA, Late of Makawao, Maui
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Accounts. Determining I rust
and Distributing the Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of Antone 1 . Tavares, Exe
cutor of the Last Will and Testament of
Hannah Awaua, late of Makawao, Maui
deceased, wherein petitioner asks to be
allowed (2454.45 and charged with $3762
and asks that the same be examined and
approved, and that a final order be made
of Distribution of the remaining property
to the oersons thereto entitled and dis
charging petitioner and sureties from all
further responsibility herein:
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 10th
day of June, A. D. 191a, at 10 o'clock
A. M. before the Judge presiding at
Chambers of said Court at his Court
Room in Wailuku, Maui, be and the
same hereby is appointed the time and
place for hearing said Petition and Ac
counts, aud that all persons interested
may then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why tbe same
should not be granted, and may present
evidence as to who are entitled to the
said property. And that notice of this
Order, be published in the Maui News,
weekly newspaper printed and pub.
lished in said Wailuku, .for three succes
sive weeks, the last publication to be not
less than two weeks previous to the tiuit
therein appointed for said hearing.
(Sd.) S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Attest: (Sd.) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Dated the 1st day of May, 1912.
May 4, 11, 18, 25, 191a.
Power of Attorney.
I have this day appointed Mrs. R. B.
Whitehead my attorney in fact during
my absence from the Territory, with full
power to act for me in any matter that
of what sin really te, and then forcefully may come up during said absence.
gent home the truth of his text, to the (Signed) O. J. WHITEHEAD.
hearts of his hearers. 1 Wbiiuku, waui, i . 11. Aprn 25, 1912.
A Large Stock of
Such as Bushings, Caps, Couplings,
Crosses, Elbows, Floor Flanges, Lock
Nuts, Nipples, Plugs, Return Bends,
Reducers, Tees, Pipe Straps.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
KLahului Railroad Co,