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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1912.
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AUGUST 10, 1912
GKXKRALLY speaking it is supposed only ordinary hands resort
to strikes. 'neans of gaining a raise in the wage scale or a
point involving pin. -les the general public understand little and
care less, except as its sympathies are aroused as to the rights of the
persons or parties involved. But a little while back the papers were reek
ng with columns of matter telling how staid and tried old Kngland
trembled for her very life and safety because a half a million coal miners
went on a strike and stopped the flow of coal to the furudces of her in
dustrial factories, causing a daily loss of millions in pounds sterling,
creating a panic in England's naval circles, such as no active enemy
was able to do since the days of the Spanish Armada, at the prospect
of having England's pride her mighty fleet of battle ships reduced to a
lot of helpless powerless hulks for Jack of coal.
The pen pictures may have been a little overdrawn but nevertheless,
the mere walking out of a lot coal miners, became almost a menace to
the safety of old England and the lesson was not lost on her statesmen
and administrative experts, who promptly turned their energies towards
the question of the hour and in a little while had settled the strike in
order that the industrial war may end and the current of orderly bus
iness resume its former course.
The residents of this Territory is getting a demonstration of the in
conveniences arising from a temporary interruption of inter island com
munication. What the merits of the case are the public know little.
To the irreverant outsider the course of the disputants in refusing to
have their differences taken into law courts or before a board of arbi
tration for settlement, looks like a reflection on the institutions where
an ordinary every day business man has to go for redress in his troubles.
But these are days of combinations of capital and of labor and the work
ings of these combinations arc little understood by the average man
who perforce may suffer in silence until the warring combinations have
settled their differences.
Since the above was in print the wireless reports say the company
has offered to arbitrate and the strikers have refused and are pressing
their demands for more pay. .
(Continued from page I.)
form to lie lvlinc'd mid molded to
W. A. AndiTson, manager of the
ruUxT plantations in Maui and in
rluirge of the substation of the gov
ernment experiment station, luis
been hi ;ii!irge of the eollectiolt of
the latex and will take samples in
distilled and evaporated form to
tin: Intt ruatinnal Ilul'iier Exposi
tion which will he held in New
York the latter part of September.
After it has been examined by the
delegates and jls value in the com
mercial world unquestionably settled
the Hind, Itolph company, which
has the property leased, will no
doubt take immediate steps to open
up the plantation and get the pro
duet on the market.
Our contemporary aniioiuu'es a
rush of aspirants for seats in the
political blind wagon about to throw
their "hats in the ring," but tin
M.ui News is inehned to wait
awhile until the dust raised by the
movement clears up to enable ob
servers to see who tossed "hats in
the ring'' in earnest and who mere
ly to feel the situation, and who
merely rushed forward to see what's
up.j Se eing very many of the jxili
tieal war horses are still uiunehiiig
hay along the eide lines who
ha vi li t even raised their noses to
take a squint at the stir, can it Im
fioing down hill on compression, the
driver using either high, intermedi
ate, second or low, according to the
grade and character of the road,
and then regulating the speed by
gently touching the emergency brake
from time to time. By doing this
the brakes of a car arc kept in per
fect condition for an emergency,
and they neither heat nor wear.
"Another place where brakes are
frequently used and cause damage
is on slippery streets" and grades,
and if the brakes are applied at the
time the car is being turned the
danger of skidding is increased 100
per cent. One should always have
the car under control. Iitfore a turn
jMissible the old time leaders are
alxiut to slip back among the "has
brvns" and let new men take the
burdens from shoulders that carried
them so long?
A would-be third party organizer
is said to have canvassed the coun
ty in the interests of Geo- It. Car
ter's party but at this writing the
movement teem to have gained no
foothold on Maui at all. The irre
verant street comer delegates are
saying the movement has got the
clutch and spark plug all ready but
is waiting fjr a fresh supply of
gasoline from headquarters before
cranking up to start the machine
Can You Stop a Car?
'An Art,' Says Expert
"Show mi! a man," said Calvin
C Kill, manager of the Pioneer Au
tomobile Company, "who uses his
brakis properly, and in nine eases
out of ten 1 will show you a man
who runs his car with the least ex
pense Stopping a ear is as much
of an art as anything else. Every
day you see a man come tearing up
the street at thirty miles an hour,
shut oil power, put on brakes and
slide live or ten feet before bringing
his machine to a stop. This is do
ing the ear a serious injustice. You
can almost ligure out the cost of
rubber that he has used.
"The proper way to use brakes is
to so judge your distance and speed
that jou practically coast up to the
point where you wish to stop, and a
mere touch will bring the ear to a
stand-stiil at the pioper point.
Any high grade car will hold itself
IN TIIR CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SKCONIJ JUIMCIAb CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OK HAWAII.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the uiatttr of the Guardianship of
Guardian's petition to sell real estate.
Order to show cause on Guardian's
Application to sell Real Estate. ,
On reading the following petition of
John W. Kulua, as guardian of the
person and property of Hezekiah Manase
of Wailuku, praying for an order of sale
of certain rea'. property belonging to said
ward, to wit:
I. All of that certain piece and parcel
ot land (being taro land and house lot)
situate in Kapaaloa, Wailuku, Island and
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
more particularly described in and cov
ered by deed from Kauiehameha V. to
W. P. Kahaleof date Sept. 12, 1857, and
of record in the olfice of the Registrar of
Conveyances in Honolulu, in liber 9,
pages 56-7, containing five acres uioreor
a. Those two pieces of land situate in
Kapaaloa, Wailuku, Island and County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, being apa-
na 5 containing two-filths of an acre, and
apana 6, containing one acre, being por
tions of land described in and covered
by Royal Patent 7433, Land Commission
Award 7742, to W. P. Kahale, and
3. That certain piece and parcel ot
laud situate in paukukalo, Wailuku,
Island and County ol Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, being portion of Royal Patent
7433. Land Commission Award 7742, to
Kahale, containing one and three-fifth
acres, and being the same piece of land
leased by W. O. Smith as Executor of
the estate ot W. P. Kahale to Ah Eoo, on
May 9, 1898.
4. All of the right, title and interest of
said Hezekiah Manase in and to the laud
covered by and described in Royal Pa
tent 6268, Land Commission Award 3389,
to Piuao, situate in Kapaaloa, Wailuku,
Island and County of Maui, Territory of
And alleging that it is necessary to still
said real projerty for the purpose of
a. Paying the claims and demands
outstanding against said ward; and the
expenses incurred in connection with
b. Expending approximately Five
Hundred Dollars in the construction of a
cottage for the ward; and
c. Investing the balance tor the sup
port and uiainlenance of said ward.
It is therefore ordered that said ward,
and all other persons interested in said
estate, appear before this court on Wed
nesday, the 1 bill day of September, 1912,
at 10 o'clock a. 111., at the court room oi
this Court in Wailuku, County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, then and there to
show cause why an order and license
should not be granted for the sale of real
esta'e for the purposes named
And it is further ordered that notice of
this oriVr be publibhed in the "Maui
News," u ntw.spaper of geuerul circula
tion on the island of Maui, for a period
of once a week for each of three succes
Dated at Wailuku this 5th day ot Aug.
(Sd) S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Sec
ond Judicial Circuit, territory ot Hawaii.
Attest: (Sd) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk Circuit Court of the Second Cir
cuit.. Aug. to, 17, 24, 31, 1912.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, OK THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OE HAWAII.
At Cliuubers In Probate
In the Matter of tht Estate of JOSE
FERNANDEZ, late of Kula, Maui, De
ceased. Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
On Reading and Filing the Petition of
Auloue Fernandez, a sou of said de
ceased, alleging that Jose Fernandez, of
Kul 1, .Maui died intestate at Kula,
Maul, uu the day of May, A. D. 1912,
leaving property in the Territory of Ha
waii necessary to be administered upon,
and praying that Letters ot Administra
tion issue to linu, said Petitioner.
It is Ordered, that Mouday, the l6tb
dav of hepleuibcr, A. u. 191 2, at 10
o'cicjfk A. M., lie and hereby is appoint
ed for hearing said Petition in the Court
Room of this Court at Wailuku, Maui, at
which time and place all persons con
cerned may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said Petition should
not be granted, and that notice of this
order shall be published once a week for
tliree successive weeks 111 the Maui
Niiws, a weekly newspaper printed and
published ill Wailuku, Maui.
Dated August 3, 1912.
(Sd.) S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Attest: (Sd.) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk Circuit Court of the 2ud Circuit
Aug. to, 17, 24, 31, 1912. ..
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