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THE MAUI NEWS. SATURDAY, JUY 13, 1912,
Notice of Sals oT Real Property for Delinquent Taxes.
To UNKNOWN OWNER of R. P. 4I6T, L. C. A. 3220, Portion ol and
TO ALL TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
t, JAMES N. K. KEOLA, Deputy Assessor and Collector of Taxes in and for
WHiluku District, Maui County, Second
hereby give notice that I will, in pursuancof the provisions of Section 1266A of
the Revised Laws of Hawaii, upon Wednesday, the 24th day of July, 191a, at twelve
o ciocic noon ot said day, in front of the Wailuku Court House, Wailuku, Maui
County aforesaid, sell all the right, title, and interest of UNKNOWN OWNER in
and to a portion of Royal Patent 4267 and Land Commission Award 32JO to Ahu
Inu, situate at Puako, Mokuhau, Wailuku aforesaid, and containing about 54-100 of
an acre, said property being formerly owned by Mrs. Sarah Kiki Barros now de
ceased, at public auction to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy the lien for taxes
tnereon, and all other taxes, together with
Taxes assessed upon said property as of
January 1, 1910,
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Together with the costs and exnentu-a nf'fliii snip
ALL PERSONS having any interest in the above described property are here
by warned that unless the foregoing taxes, and all other taxes, with penalties, in
terests, costs, expenses and charges are paid before the time herein specified for
the sale thereof, the property herein advertised for sale will be sold as advertised.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui County, Territory of Hawaii, this June 26th, i9i2.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of Taxes for Wailnku District, Maui " County,
Second Taxation Division, Territory of Hawaii.
Published in Maui News, in issues of June 29, July 6, 13, 20, 1912.
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Taxation Division. Territory of Hawaii.
interests, penalties and costs, as follows:
Taxes 10 penatties Interests Adv. Total
$ 4 00 .40 .85 .50 $ 575
4.00 .40 ,4j .50 5.33
4.60 ,o5 4.65
Jia.6o I .80 fi.33 fi.oo i5.7Sf
ts Comfortable as It
if It's a
As au Introduction to a dainty luucb
ecu no better select loo could Im mmle
tlinn grapefruit cocktoll. au uppetizinu
and refraining development of this fn
vorlte fruit. Left ova chicken men l
cau be transformed Into a pnlutiilile
dlsb aud served as a crenined hush mi
toast Tbe new aBpnriigun U just ii
good as It looks, especially lu salnd
form. French pastry completes the
Chicken Hash on Toast
Asparagus Tip Balnd
One cupful Of chicken meat icirttli
one cupful of white sauce, half h cup
ful of sweet green pepper, one and a
fourth teaspoonfuls of onlnu Juice, loin
slices of toast, trimmed and Imttered
Cut tbe chicken In quarter Inch
cubes, chop the green pepper very line
add to the chicken and cook all lu Hie
White sauce until tbe chicken Is heal
ed through (ub double bolleri Ar
range on the toast and serve very hot
With the Cook In the Kitchen
Wafer-like slices of bread xpreiul
with caviar sprinkled with lemou Juice
and salt make tasty sandwiches
Banging the oven door ts responsible
for half the heavy bread and cake
The door should be closed very gently.
For spring suppers sliced oranges and
shredded cocoanut put Inte a dlsb In
alternate layers Is appetizing.
Macaroni prepared In any of the van
oils ways In combination with cheese.'
butter and tomatoes Is nourishing
Shredded chocolate cocoanut. wbicb
It) bought already prepared, makes a
tasty addition to different kinds of
Meat loaf of chopped beef or veal
can be made more moist If three or
four tablespoonfuls of cream are add
ed Just before baking.
Take one pint of sweet milk, the
whites of three eggs, two tablespoon
fuls ot sugar and a pinch of salt Tut
the milk In a kettle, and when It
reaches tbe boiling point add the sugar
and the cornstarch, dissolved In a lit
tle milk. Lastly add the whites of the
eggs, whipped to a stiff froth. Beat
it and let It cook a few minutes. Bet
two-thirds In a cool place, flavoring It
with vanilla. To the remaining one
third add half a cake of chocolate,
softened and mashed. Put a layer of
half the white pudding into the mold.
over this put a layer of chocolate and
then the remainder of tbe white. One
half a cocoanut or pineapple may be
substituted for the chocolate.
Out a chHled grapefruit In halves
and with, a thin, sharp knife remove
the Reeds and cut out each section of
trait and serve the pulp with tbe
Juice In dainty glasses. Two teaspoon
fuls of sugar and one tablespoonful of
sherry may be added to each glass or
either or both may be omitted. An
other method . Is to take grapefruit
Juice, lemon and orange in equal pro
portions. It Is then sweetened to taste,
flavored with maraschino and diluted
Just before serving with charged wa
ter and served In glasses with some
of the grapefruit pulp and a maraschi
If by any chance you have to use a
nice clean saucepan over a smoky Are
amear It over on tbe outside with Just
a Uttle grease before putting It on.
This prevents the smoke from hurting
It, and if you will wash it afterward
In some good suda It will be as bright
One of tbe best ways to have a little
meat go a long way la to make It into
a pie and add potatoes or any other
left over vegetables, a bard boiled egg
or two cut into slices and a couple
of tomatoes. Serve some nice gravy
A Japanese cook's way of preparing
boiled rice la to wash the rice carefully
and put a cupful ot it into two cupfuls
of boiling water with a level teaspoon
ful of salt Cook the rice rapidly, and
as soon as tbe water Is absorbed lift
the cover from It set tbe dlsb contain
ing It on the back of tbe stove and let
It steam until It Is dry. This Is tbe
way a Chinese cook always prepares
tbe rice which be serves with chop
An angel cake that has been In the
house for a day or two Is turned Into
a delectable dessert if It Is cut Into
slices and spread with marehmallow
Icing. Put tbe slices together and Ice
the top and sides of tbe loaf with reg
ular frosting and sprinkle the top with
candled cherries, rose petals or vio
lets. Surround with whipped cream
which has been beaten Into ice cream.
Moek Cherry Pie.
There ts a mock cherry pie possible
at this season which- In Savor la an
excellent counterfeit of Its prototype.
Mix a cupful of boiling water with a
cupful of cranberries, half a cupful of
chopped raisins, a cupful of sugar,
half a teaspoonful of salt a little va
nilla and three level tablespoonfuls ot
flour. Bake between two crusts or
with a strapped top.
REV. FATHER j R. DUNIGAN.
He la the First Cathollo Priest to Be
Eleoted Mayor of an American City.
Rev. Father Patrick Richard Dnnl
gan, who was recently elected mayor
of Lapeer, Mich., Is the first Catholic
priest In this country to be so honored.
Lapeer has a population of 8,000 and
Is Protestant as a community. There
were 721 votes cast at the election, of
which Father Dunigan received 411.
He waa the Republican nominee, and
his opponent was Dr. Frank Tucker.
Father Dunigan was ordained to tbe
priesthood In Detroit He attended
college at Sandwich and Berlin, Ont,
BXV. FATHER P. B. DTOI01N.
and at Baltimore. For three and a
half years after taking holy orders be
was assistant pastor at St Vincent's,
Detroit Next he served at Argyle,
Mich., and was then transferred to the
larger parish at Crosswell, Mich., where
he stayed four and a half years. Ho
Is In bis sixth year at tbe Church of
the Immaculate Conception, Lapeer.
Father Dunigan is bald, has keen
blue eyes, a firm, well cut mouth and
a square Jaw. He la also chaplain of
the Second Infantry, Michigan national
TO REFORM TH CALENDAR.
Attempt to Be Made This 8ummer by a
Conference In Switzerland.
A definite attempt to reform tbe cal
endar la to be made this summer by
an International conference that will
take place at Geneva, Switzerland.
Many suggestions will be discussed,
but the most Interesting, because the
most rational, seems to be that of Le
roy a Boyd.
Tbe calendar as he would reform It
shows a year of thirteen months,
twenty-eight days to tbe month and
one extra day, New Tear's, not count
ed In any month, bnt observed as a
universal holiday. This day comes
naturally before the 1st of January
and Is neither Sunday nor Monday nor
any other day of tbe week, but simply
New Year's day.
Every month contains exactly four
weeks, begins on Sunday and ends on
Saturday. The thirteenth month ts
called Solaris and Is Inserted between
Jnne and July.
Mr. Boyd provides for leap year by
an extra day each fourth year, coming
after tbe end of December and not
counted as a day of the week nor of
tbe month, but merely an extra holi
day, known as leap year day.
Tbe year 1916 may be taken as an
Illustration, for it would be an Ideal
year to commence the reformed calen
dar, as, according to the present ar
rangement it will begin on a Saturday,
which, under Mr. Boyd's plan, would
I 19 16
NEW YEAH DAY
JANUARY fEWZUAfcy MARCH
APBIL MAY JUNC. SOLARIS
JULY AUGU9T STPTEM&Cfc
OCT05E2. NOVEMBER. DECEMBtt
SUNDAY II 8 1 15 1 22
MONDAY 2 9 16 23
TUESDAY . y 10 17 24
WEDNESDAY 4 N 18 25
THURSDAY 5 12 19 26
f PI PAY 6 13 20 W
SATURDAY 7 14 2M26
THE BKTOBaUD OAIdUTOaB.
become New Year's day, and tbe day
following. Sunday, would become Jan.
Tbe advantages of this reformed cal
endar are obvious. Each month has
tbe same number of days; every
month and every week begins on Sun
day and ends on Saturday! the same
date In each month fails on the same
day of the week. A printed calendar
will be unnecessary, aa every month
will be Identical and every year will
be the same as every other.
There are a few curiosities about our
present calendar. Thus, January and
October always began on the same day
of the week. This la also true of April
and July, September and December,
February, March and November. This
Is not so, however, in leap years. A
century can never begin on a Wednes
day. Friday or Saturday. Except in
leap year tbe first and last daya of the
year fall on thm a. ma rlnT.
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