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THE MAUI NEWS
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ANOTHER DOCTOR NBfiDEl).
TO the casual visitor, dropping into Wailuktt on a holiday, the
news that there is only one white medical man practising his pro
fession in the town, seems incredible. That a town of the size of
Wailuku should have but one white doctor, appears to lie a very strange
and startling fact. Still, it is true, and more's the pity. For it must
be realized that with but one doctor available, and he working night
and day, desperate chances are being taken by family men. Imagine
the lone doctor being called to one end of the town, and being detained
there by a serious, life or death case. Then, once more imagine a man,
woman or child, bleeding to death, or choking, at the very opposite end,
of Wailuku. Not a very nice picture to summon up, is it? Again,
imagine large party of people attending a luau and all of them con
tracting ptomaine poisoning. Spread all over the town the patients
would await the arrival of the solitary, overworked physician who,
might just as likely as not, be attending a case, miles away. Wailuku
should be able to offer attractions to more than one medical man, and
thus not only. relieve the present efficient doctor of some of his work,
but ii.-ake the -.... ns feel more comfortable than they do at present.
ROAD TO HALBAKALA.
tk LEXANDER Hume Ford has, once again, struck the right note.
His suggestion that a road to the very summit of Haleakala be
constructed, may appear to some people as something impossible
but, when tin: value of the proposition is considered, the enormous ex
pense that would have to be incurred, docs not seem so very great after
all. The eight, or so, miles of road would open to popular tourist trav
el the most wonderful sight in the Pacific if not in the whole world-
Tlie news that the trip to Haleakala could be made in a comfortable
'automobile, would soon spread all over the world, and the consequent
rush of tourists would tax the hotel accommodations of Maui to the
limit. When one remembers that, but a scant six years or so ago, there
was no idea of building a road down to the pit of Kilauea, and that
now the tourist can auto to the brink of the famous volcano, the scheme
suggested by Mr. Ford, regarding the Haleakala road, does not seem
such a dream as some people may imagine it to be.
That there is urgent need for some kind of a reform institution from
which lads could not escape, or come in contact with men of bad
character, is the opinion of many Maui citizens, who have given thought
to the matter. The spectacle of two Hawaiian boys one just eighteen
and the other not quite seventeen
this week, set some people thinking
The lads alluded t'o are declared to
are said to be guilty of such crimes
assault. The boys' have been given several chances to amend their
ways, but they do not avail themselves of the opportunity. The elder
lad cannot be treated as a juvenile now, as he is just over eighteen
years of age. Jail seems to be the
There, is always a possibility of
path, and the proposition of establishing some sort of an agricultural
school, where delinquent and other
put to work and be of use to themselves, is appealing to the right people.
It has been suggested that a reform agricultural school could be es
tablished on Molokai or Lauai.
or no opportunity of running away,
to wipe out their short, bad pasts.
The County of Maui has done great work in establishing the Kula
Farm and Sanitarium. The Board
sible iii the matter and, some months ago, a resident physician, Dr.
Durney, was appointed. The doctor
and, although subscription papers
was not obtained for the purpose.
The Kula district is a good one for a sanitarium, and the importance
of the place certainly demands that some kind of a decent residence be
constructed tor the resident physician.
It will astonish many people to hear, through a Maui paper, that
Attorney Lorrin Andrews was at one time Sheriff of Maui. Of course
most people know that the late Judge Andrews of Hilo was the old
time sheriff Incidentally, Mrs. Lorrin A. Andrews, of Hilo, will, no
doubt, feel a trifle upset when she reads the article alluded to.
Through the death of General Booth, the world has lost a remarkable
niau. The great organization known as the Salvation Army is the
creation of his younger days, and it bids fair to remain as a perpetual
monument to his memory.
The crusade against tuberculosis is worthy of all support, and the
course of lectures being given by the traveling representative of the
Board of Health, should be attended by everyone.
It is a difficult matter to change the whole make-up of a newspaper,
but a start is being made on the Nkws, and many improvements are
planned for the future.
Ford At Last Scales Needle.
I Cominued iroui Paje I)
made the ascent. The Uittle was
then-, pencils and all, with tho re
cord of those who hail readied the
tup of Iao Ni-edle. Wo placid our
names on the paper, and looked
Maui. Hawaii, as second-class matter
AUGUST 24, 1912
appearing before Judge Kingsbury
over the proposition.
be incorrigible and, already they
as burglary, horse stealing and
only place ready to receive the boys
the lads being turned into the right
boys who are "in wrong," could be
The lads sent there would have little
and they would speedily settle down
of Health is assisting as far as pos
was promised a house to live in
were sent around, sufficient money
around on tho gathering clouds, and
then wauled to get down. We had
consulted the fairest Kahuna in
Wailuku, and she had assured us
there would be no rain yet here
were real large drops falling, while
the clouds were gathering from
every direction. ,
"Out eamrt my camera and Borne
snaps were made in every direction!
but my hands still trembled from I
the energy of climbing and the
memory of that bare wall below
that must be crossed ngain.
"The snaps secured, I stopped
for a moment to look around the
Valley. The beauty of the great
green walled arena drowned all
other emotions. A moment before
I had registered a mental vow never
to ascend the needle ngain. Now I
looked down on the narrow, up
turned green slice that connects the
rear of Iao Needle with the vast
wall that surrounds the valley.
There was n rumor that some one
had ascended the needle by climbing
up tho wall opposite and crossing
the green razor blade. I determined
to make the attempt some day.
"My mountain fright was pail
I leaped and bounded down the
ridge after Gilbert. We had taken
exactly one hour from the bridge to
the summit We wanted to make
record down we did. We
slipped, we slid, we rolled, we tum
bled until we reached the almost,
bare wall that got our goat.
"But, somehow, this seemed dead
easy now; we knew tnat, it a root
gave way, or a shrub broke in our
hands, we would go down and down,
but we seemed to know that the
shrubs wouldn't break and we just
let go, and slid, on an angle, to the
little tree that grows out from the
very edge of the cliff.
"We caught thfl tree and didn't
go over, men we nau anotner ten
feet of 'nit or miss' jump and the
rest was easy just sliding and
tumbling down to the ti leaf slope,
and then the raee back along the
trail to the bridge.
"We did the round trip in exactly
one hour and fifty-five minutes, in
cluding the rest on the summit of
the needle. Anyone can do it, but
someday someone is goings to wish
he hadn't unless a trail is built.
I Sports i
Now that the time for the return
of Duke Kahanamoku is getting so
close, it is up to the public spirited
citizens of Maui to come through
with their donations. Duke has
done some wonderful advertising
for the Hawaiian Islands, and he is
a world's champion at swimming
It is no small thing to be proud
of a" world's championship and
the lad who is bringing it back to
Hawaii is deserving of recognition
by the people of the islands. Get
busy with a donation.
It is unfortunate that the great
game of baseball played between
the Stars and the Paia bunch, last
Sunday, should have caused bo
much bitter feeling. . Tho protest
of the Paia team raised a big row
and more's the pity. The score of
3 to 2, after a twelve inning game,
tells the story.
The swimming tank at Puunene
is much enjoyed by both the ladies
and gentlemen of tiie big plantation.
The youngsters also have merry
times in the tank, and some tiny
tots are showing good style.
Down near old Spreckelsville,
William Searby, of Puunene, lias a
charming beach residence. Swim
ming parties are always to be seen
near the house and, within a short
time, a floating platform will be
buoyed near the shore. Several
small boats have been imported,
and tho swimmers use them to get
out to the reef.
Wren Wescoatt is a fine diver,
and the way he keeps in condition
is a marvel to see. His work last
Saturday was great, and he got
much applause from the spectators-
Puunene should have won the
relay race last Saturday, and it was
a fatal mistake to have the very
slowest man to swim the last lap.
Deinert went up against Will Roth
(about the fastest twenty-five yard
mau in the islands) and, of course,
lost badly. Next time the Puunene
team will know better.
In the Circuit Court ok the
Second Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Hannah J. Hitchcock, late of Pu
koo, Molokai, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
. Notice is her eby given to all pet -sons
having claims against the
Estate of Hannah J. Hitchcock,
late of Pukoo, Island of Molokai,
Territory of Hawaii, to present the
same to the undersigned, H. R.
Hitchcock, administrator of said
Estate, at his place of residence in
Pukoo, Molokai, County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, within six
month from the date of publication
of this notice, or payment thereof
will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this
21st day of August, 1912. .
II . R. HITCHCOCK,
Administrator, Estate of Hannah
August 24, 31, Sept. 7, 14.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, COUNTY OF
MAUI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of TAM
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
'Notice is hereby given to all persons
having, -or claiming to have claims
against the Estate of Tarn Sing, late of
Makawao, Maui, T. H., to present their
claims against the said decedent, duly
authenticated, and with proper vouchers,
if any exist, to the undersigned, either
at' his residence or at his place of busi
ness at the Baldwin National Bark, at
Kaliului, Maui, T. H., within six months
from the date of the first publication
hereof, or within six months from the
date they fall due, or be forever barred.
Dated of first publication, August 17th,
A. K. TING,
Administrator of the Estate of Tarn
E. R. BEVINS,
Attorney for Administrator.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of KAIMO,
(k), late of Makawao, Maui, Deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
for Decree of Heirs.
On Reading and Piling the Petition of
Mary Hu, of Makawao, Maui, alleging
that Kaimo (k), of Makawao, Maui,
died intestate at Makawao, Maui, 6n the
day of April, A. D. 1864, leaving proper
ty in the Territory of Hawaii necessary
to be administered upon, and praying
that the heirs of said deceased be de
clared and decreed by this Court.
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 23rd
day of September, A. D. 1912, at 10
o'clock A. M., be 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
three successive weeks in the Magi
News, a weekly newspaper printed and
published in Wailuku, Maui.
Dated Wailuku, Maui, August 12, 1912.
(Sd.) S. B. KINGSBURY,
jude of the Circuit Court of the Second
Attest: (Sd.) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk Circuit Court of the Second Circuit.
Aug. 17, 24, 31, Sept. 7, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that at
midnight of Tuesday, October 15,
1912, the general county register
of electors for the County of Maui
shall be closed for registration and
will remain closed until after elec
tion. .Wm. FRED KAAE,
Ma keia ke hoolahaia aku nei e
pani ia ana ka buke kakauinoa o
ka poe koho balota o ke Kalaua o
Maui i ka hora 12 o ka po Poalua,
la 15 o Okatoba, 1912, a e mau ana
kona paa ana a hiki i ka pau o ke
1 Wm. FRED KAEE,
Kakauolelo o ke Kalana.
Dr. J. H. Farrell, Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat Specialist, from Hono
lulu, will be at the Maui Hotel
from Saturday, Aug. 23 till Aug.
27, inclusive. Hours of consulta
tion to 4 daily.
Baldwin National Bank
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BENICIA AND SAN FRANCISCO
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1 isiana electric company
I NOTICE TO
We are now ready to furnish current
1 for day load, to operate fans, irons,
cooking apparatus, and motors.
g Information will be furnished at the
office or a solicitor can be sent to your
j house. 3
To the Owners ami
All persons claiming an interest in the
premises hereinafter described:-
The KAHULUI RAILROAD COM
PANY, a railroad corporation duly chart
ed and existing under the laws of the
Territory of Hawaii, and having, in ac
cordance with such laws, acquired power
to exercise the right of eminent domain
under Section 785 of the Revised Laws
of the Territory of Hawaii, hereby gives
notice, in accordance with the provisions
of Act 86 of the Session Laws of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii of 1909 which act was
duly approved April 1 6th, 1909), to said
unknown owners and unknown persons
claiming an interest' in said property
hereinafter described of its "intention to
take the property hereinafter described
for railroad purposes. .
The parcel property sought to be con
demned is situated in Fawela, in the Dis
trict of Hauiakualoa, Island and County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, and being
Land Commission Award 6510L, Royal
Patent ai8l to Ku, and described as
"All that certain parcel of land situat
ed at Haiku, Hauiakualoa, "Island of
Maui, T. H, ; being a part of that portion
of Grant, "2181 Apana 2 to KU which
lies in 'Waiaania' Gulch on the line of,
the KAHULUI RAILROAD COMPANY
and bounded and described as follows:
"Commencing at a driven iron pipe at
the North-West of "Grant 5259, Apana
No. 2 to Kamakaeu and running by
magnetic bearing as follows:
S 34oo' W. 123.5 feet to a driven
iron pipe. N. 65 0 30' W. 176.8 feet to
a driveu iron pipe. N 7700' W. 7.0
feet to a driveu iron pipe. N 58 0 09'
E. 123.0 feet to a driven iron pipe. S.
6745' E. 169 6 feet to the poiut of be
ginning, and containing 49-100 Acres.
The Company estimates the value of
said parcel of land at the sum of 147.00
and offers to purchase the same for the
said sum or value of J 147.00.
If you shall not accept the above offer
of the KAHULUI RAILROAD COM
PANY to purchase said property so des
cribed for the sum so named within
use a dependable
deton X : X
kind tnat lores ,
passed twenty test or quality
one of tkem.
thirty (30) days after the Riving of this
notice, the KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
intends to give a further notice of its
intention to apply to a Justice of the
Supreme Court for the appointment of
appraisers to fix the amount of compen
sation to be paid.
Dated August 22nd, I9i2.
V ABTTI ITT BlIIDnjn PflMP A XIV
By its President, F. F. BALDWIN
Aug. 24, 3i, Sept. 7, 14.
(In the Circuit Court of the
I Second Circuit Territory of
j At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of
MANOEI COSTA PIMENTAL,
! late of Makawao, Maui, Deceased.'
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti.
tion for Administration.
On Reading and Filling the Peti
tion of Mary C. Pimental, widow
of said deceased, alleging that
Manoel Costa Pimental, of Maka
wao, Maui, died intestate at the
Insane Asylum, Honolulu, on the
22nd day of May, A. D. 1912,
leaving property in the Territory
of Hawaii necessary to be admin
istered upon, and praying that
Letters of Administration issue to
Autone F. Tavares.
It is Ordered, that Monday, the
30th day of September, A. D. 1912,
at 10 o'clock A. M., be and hereby
is appointed for hearing said Peti
tion in the Court Room of this
Court at Wailuku, Maui, at which
time and place all persons concern
ed may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said Petition
should not be granted, and that
notice of this order shall be publish
ed once a week for three successive
weeks in the "Maui News," a
weekly newspaper printed and pub
lished in Wailuku, Maui:
Dated Wailuku, Maui, August
(Sd.) S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sd.) Edmund H. Hart,
Clerk Circuit Court of the 2nd
August 24, 31, Sept. 7, 14.
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