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IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT, OF THE
skcond Judicial circuit terri
tory OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of the Estate of
ANTONE SYLVA, late of Wai
kapu, Maui, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons having claims against the
Estate of Antone Sylva, late of
Waikapu, District of Wailuku,
Island of Maui, Territory of Ha
waii, to present the same to the
undersigned, Charles Wilcox, ad
ministrator of said Estate, at his
office, Wailuku, County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, within six
months from the date of publica
tion of this notice, or payment
thereof will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this
30th day of November, 1912.
Administrator, Estate of Antoiu
Nov. 30, Dec. 7, 14, 21.
In The District Court of
Wailuku, Couuty of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA, Deputy
Assessor and Collector of Taxes,
Wailuku District, Second Tax
ation Division, Territory of
MRS. R08E CUMMINGS, a non
notice Of pendency of action.
The Territory of Hawaii to Mrs.
Rose Cummings, Greeting:
You are hereby notified that the
above entitled cause is now pend
ing bffore V. A. McKay, Esq. Dis
trict Magistrate of Waiiuku, Maui
County, wherein plaintiff alleges
that the defendant is indebted to
the said plaintiff in the sum of
Eight and 85-100 Dollars ($8.85,)
for real property taxes assessed
against the defendant on the books
of the Tax Assessor for the Second
Taxation Division, Wailuku Dis
trint Territory of Hawaii, anu
nr.ia iinlinifint for the sum of
Eight and 85 100 Dollars including
penalties, interests and advertising
-OBts, as by law provided, and for
costs herein incurred.
You are commanded to appear
hPfn. me at mv Courtroom in
Wniinirii island and County of
Maui, upon Friday the 27th day
of December 1912 at 10 o'clock A.
defand the said action, and
if vou fail to appear, judgment
will be rendered against you ex
parte by default.
Given under my hand this 2nd
,lnw of rWfiinber. A. D. 1912
W. A. McKAY,
District Magistrate of Wailuku,
Island and Coumy of Maui, Terri
tory of Hawaii.
Dec. 7,14. 21.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been
duly appointed administrator of the
estate of Jose Fernandez, deceased,
hereby gives notice to all creditors
of said estate to present their
claims, duly authenticated and
with the proper vouchers, if any
exist, even if the claim is secured
hv ninrtMse I noil real estate, at
the office of Antone F. Tavares in
Makawao, Maui, within six months
from this date, or they will be for
ANTONE F. TAVARES
Administrator of the Estate of Jose
Nov. 30. Dec. 7, 14. 21, 28.
The undersigned, having been
duly appointed Administrator of
the Estate of Manuel C, Pimental,
deceased, notice is hereby given to
all persons having claims against
the said estate to present the same
with proper vouchers, if auy exist
dully authenticated, whether sec
ured bv mortgage or otherwise, to
the said Administrator at his office,
in Makawao, Maui, within six
months from the date of this notice
or they will be forever barred.
Dated, Makawao, Maui, Nov. 27,
ANTONE F. TAVARES,
Administrator of the Estate of
Manuel C. Pimental Deceased.
Nov. 30. Dec. 7, 14, 21, 28.
Grand Jurors and Trial Jurors
for the coming year havo been
selected and the following are the
Grand Jurors: Cockett, R. E.,
Lanai; Searle, J. W., Honolua;
Cockett, Geo., Farden Chas. K.,
Gannon, J. E., Stephenson, Geo.
H., Benning, Louis, Bodel, J. K.,
Eldredge, D. K. K., Raymond, G.
8., Sehoenberg, V. C, Lahaina;
Abreu, J. 13., English, II. V
Garcia, J., Guerrero, Ii. J., Lloyd,
V. A., Carey, D. T., Purdy, R. K.,
Server, W. E., Weight, W. I).,
Wilbur, Geo. W., Hansen, G. II.,
Trimble, Geo- K., Wailuku; Morris,
Joe, Waihee; Apo, William Buck,
Booth, F. A., Judd, II. P., Long,
Henry, Mountcastle, W. S., Taylor,
T., Williams, J. N. S., Kahului;
Baldwin, F. F., Fantom, James F.,
Quill, Dan, Taylor, A. S., Puunene;
Dowsett, A. C, Ulupalakua; Baker,
C. A., Kula; Clark, W. A., Peck,
P. F., Makawao; Cummings, J.,
Hocking, S., Robinson, H. P., Sr.,
Paia; Baldwin, W. A., Haiku;
Hufbard, S. E., Huelo; Halemano,
John N., Keanae; Mackenzie, J. F.,
Hana; Taylor W. W. Kipahulu;
Christianson, J. A., Jones, W. F.,
Pukoo; Meyer, H. R., Kaunakakai.
Trial Jurors: Munroe, G. C,
Lanai; Searle R. C, Jr., Reiman,
August II., Honolua; Bechert, Gus
J., Buchanan, W. K., Bortfeld, E.
C, Kuhlmann, W., McCubbin, II.,
Akana, Charles, Danberg, A., Es
pinda, Philip, Freudenberg, J. F.,
Hose, R. P., Pali, Philip, Recard,
John W., Weinzheimer, L., Laha
ina; Gibb, George, Olowalu; Clark,
Thomas, Correa, F. M., Copeland,
C. E., Cummings, Geo. H., Engle,
VVilliam II., Field, W. II., Garcia,
A., Gross, A., Martinsen A., Medei-
ros, r., JMeyera, u. Kaumene-
iwa, L. B., Schoening, C. J., Sum
merfeld, F., Ting, A. K., Weick,
II. B., Weight, Geo., Weight, Geo.
N., Welch, J. F., Whitehead, 0. J.,
Dodge, R. B.; Wailuku; Whitford,
Joe, Burleiu, Thomas, Waiehu;
Ambrose, Joe, Kahului (Paia) ;
Barrus, W. L., Cambra, Manuel de,
Dale, W. F. J., Downey, T. P.,
N., Fernandez, A. J ,
W., Kellett, E. I.,
A., Walker, E. J
Weller. H. B., Walsh, E. J., Kahu
lui; McLeod, A. J., Kihei (Puu
nene); Burns, C. E. S., Cockett,
E. II., Henderson, B. B., Kiakona,
Charles, McPhee, Angus, Kahului
(Puunene); Moura, M. J., Savage,
Charles, Scholtz, W., Scott, F, E.,
Puunene; Steele, G. W., Keahua;
Brown, John Sr., Ulupalakua; Copp.
George, Morton, David, Newton,
Allen, Perreira, Joe, Thompson, C.
E., Kula; Aheong, J. A, Aiken,
W. O , Copp, Charles, Dowdle, S.
R., Marciel, J. V., Furtado, A- D
Von Tempsky, L., Makawao; Car
ley, E. B., Hebert, Luke, Kinney,
C. B., Robinson, II. P., Jr , Robin
son. J. A., Rusecran, F. P., Rich
ardson, S., Pratt, Thos., Lindsay,
D. C, Paia; Collins, A. , Slog-
gett, II. D., Hamakuapoko; Lind-
sey, ueo. iv., eim, v . i., wens,
s-i TV mmr 11 lir T 1IT 11
II. M., Haiku; Pogue, W .F.,
Groves, Geo., Huelo; Torres, Joa-
quim, Nahiku; Chalmers, John,
Hana; Levi, Joseph L., Kipahuki;
Marciel, A. V., Jr., Kaupo; Kupi-
hea, D., Halawa; Tollefsen, O.,
Pukoo; Munroe, J.C., Kaunakakai.
C)iristm;i8 sei vices will be held as
usual at Wailuku Urfion Church on
the Sunday before Christmas day.
The anthems by the Church choir
are unusually beautiful; "Christ
mas," by Harry Rose Shelly, and
"Behold I bring you good tidings,"
by Edmund Turner. The solo by
Mrs. Louise Chisholm Jones will be,
"Glory to God," by Rotali. Mrs
O. J. Whitehead has charge of the
decorating of the Church.
An Affair Of
Br OSCAR COX
1 IimiI lu'i'ii Kriuluuted from u niiMlicnl
college and. unwilling to stem the tir-
rout of competition in the practice of
my profession In the east, concluded to
go to the far west. My plan wn to
bcjtln at the very outskirts of civilian
rtlon and gradually work inward as 1
KM I nod in experience.
hud traveled by rail as far a. thev
would take me. theu by conch, and was
doing the rest of my Journey on horse
back to the settlement where I pro
posed to locate, when I met n man also
mounted, who asked:
Be you a doctor?"
I am; but why did yon Biispert me
to be such?"
"I didn't A lot of us is out huntln"
for a sawbones, and we allowed w"d
ask every man we met: leastways
every man as looked as if he uioukIi
be In a perfesslonal business."
"Well, what can I do for jrou ?"
"Jim Tuwner and Cy Mardwlck Is
go In' to hare a shootln' match. They're
goln' to do It up In grand style. That
is, they hain't goln' to shoot on stunt,
but by regular agreement. In nil these
hlgh-mucky-muck affairs It seems they
must have a doctor along to Ox 'em up
If they don't get killed. I don't see any
use In Buch a feller, 'cause In this here
territory when there's any shootln'
goln' on the mnn as don't draw first
usually gets killed This way. please.
The man had turned and was riding
beside me, when we reached a road
crossing the one we were on. and he
led the way into It. It was a singular
case In which to begin a professional
career, but beginners cuu't be choosers.
Besides. I hnd come west partly to see
B little of western lire, so i mnae no
Objection to going where my guide took
uie. As we rode along 1 was curious
enough about the cause of the affair in
which I was to officiate professionally
to ask mv conductor for the facts
"Oh. it's about a gal -Turner he
seen her at a dance in a burn and ttik
It Into his hetid that he wanted her
powerful bnd. Hnrdwick he seen ner
ridln' behind a mule team, and he
wanted her too. They was both drink.
In' together at the Alharabra and told
each other how much they wanted this
same gal. and they got into a dispute
about her, but before they came to a
draw a gambler from Georgia be said
It warn't respectable to fight about a
lady In a saloon nohow. He advised
em If the lady was to be mixed up in
the matter to make an appointment
to do the shootln' In a decent way. So
they axed him bow It bad ought to
be done, and he offered to manage It
fee 'em. He allowed each man must
have a second, as he called It, and
there must be a surgeon on band. So
a lot of us fellers who was cur'ous to
see how one of 'em fine feathered
shootln' matches was done said we
didn't mind belpln'. So the Georgia
man sent us off to bunt up a surgeon."
I asked him if the lady bad shown
any preference to either of the dispu
tants, to which he replied:
"She couldn't very well show any
preference when she'd never seen
either of 'em, leastaways to know 'em
agln. Sartln she hadn't never said a
word to either of "em."
"And they are going to fight for a
woman who doesn't even know them?"
"Sartln! How would they decide the
matter without a Bght?" '
"Waal, 1 dunno 'bout that In this
yere territory we hain't so particular
what we fight about; It's the figbtln'
In due time we reached a hnmlet
composed of four or Ave cabins, where
we baited, and a man came out
"Have yo' got a su'geon?" he
"This yere gentleman Is one o' that
"Wal, I don't know as he'll be any
use since that both Jim and Cy Insist
on the kind of a deal they're used to
that Is. startiu' in and emptyln' all
their gun barrels into each other. But
since it's to be done accordln' to rnle,
we must have a su'geon. Come In.
doctor, and take somep'u to git the
dust outen your throat."
1 dismounted, and when I was told
that the principals were only waiting
for a surgeon to begin the fight, 1 de
clined to "get the dust out of my
throat," since 1 might be needed, and
liquor would not Improve any skill I
might possess. AH were very much
astonished to find a man who ever re
fused to drink, but as my arrival bad
been announced the parties concerned
were slipping out for the fracas. The
Georgia man placed them back to
back, told them that on signal they
were to march forward till be sung
out "Time!" when they were to turn
and open Ore. They were about to
start on their march of death when
the clatter of horse's hoofs was beard
coming ut a gallop. Eyes were turned
in the direction of the sound, and
when the comer was seen to be a wo
man all bands waited. She reined up
before the party.
"1 hearn." she said, "thot you fellers
was a-goln' to flplit about me. I don't
see no use dentin' about a woman as
Is married to a mighty good man and
got two kids."
That' broke up the duel. The wo
man took her two lovers home with
her, where she wild her husband was
waiting for them with a demijohn.
There was great disappointment
among those who bad expected to see a
real duel. I didn't practice long in that
country. It was a trifle too near to
' nature for me.
Ths Informal Dinner at Horn.
What woman does not remember the
failure of her first dinner party a
failure which seemed to cast a gloom
over life for a long time afterward?
First the bell rang before you were
dressed to receive the first arrivals;
then the baby began to cry so loud
every one couldn't help but bear her.
After that the cook spilled soup all
over the range and filled the bouse
with a bad odor; then the waitress,
usually so cool, lost her presence of
mind and dropped a tray In the tiny
pantry, breaking the dishes with ter
rific crash. After this catastrophe one
disaster succeeded another until your
husband turned and looked at you
with surprise und reproach In bis eyes.
Xou, poor creature, bad been working
day and night to get up this dinner,
and you weren't responsible In any
way for any one of the failures.
After this first fatal attempt at en
tertaining yon were probably sick for
Now, a failure of this kind may seem
of no moment to the average man, for
be, as a rule, knows little and cares
less about the social side of his home.
All he wants Is to be made comfort
able, to find a warm, clean borne await
ing him and a good dinner, presided
over by a charming wife.
Of course he likes to Invite his
friends to dinner once In awhile. Just
to show them what a Jolly little place
he has of bis own. A man wants and
usually gets all the enjoyment of en
tertaining and none of the troubles
that depend thereon. It Is the wife
who must struggle with the problems
of domestic defeat or victory.
Considering all that Is expected of
her, the average woman does very well
Indeed. She must be not only a wife
and mother, but a housekeeper and a
trainer of servants; she must be the
mind of the home, even though she has
maids to furnish the bands; she must
never be fussy, never grotesque; she
must steer ber ship through stormy
seas; she must be ready to meet any
emergency that may present Itself for
her solution. To accomplish all this
the young housekeeper must learn first
to live well every day. Her tablecloth
must be fresh, her glass and sliver
clean; a few dowers must be on her
table to make It dainty; a few dishes
well cooked. If this is the dally rou
tine then the unexpected guest will not
cause alarm. Little will need to be
added to entertain any visitor.
"But we live so simply 1 couldn't en
tertain," sighs the young bride, think
ing perhaps of the functions she used
to attend before consenting to Bhare
Jack's bumble fortunes. She fears that
ber friends will compare her station
unfavorably with theirs and dreads to
Invite a few guests to her simple home
If the truth were known that simple
home dinner, cooked and served with
out pretension, can be made as at
tractive and successful an entertain
ment as the elaborate feast of a prince.
Very often Its very simplicity Is Us
greatest charm to the guest who Is
stifled with luxury at borne. There Is
about it a note of intimacy and under
standing wbieb is fluttering to the one
asked to partake of the simple repast
The skirt must be neatly fastened
at the waist line so that no pins or
hooks and eyes will show.
The Hues of the cheapest and sim
plest gowns or suits can always be
good If the wearer will only superin
tend the making or alterations with
See that a long sleeve fits snugly at
See that a turnover collar lies flat
See that the skirt lines are straight
and not curving In below the knees at
the back or bulging out on the front
See that the bottom of the skirt
hangs evenly all around.
See that there are no missing but
tons or hooks and eyes.
Never let a skirt sag at the waist
line; keep everything trim and neat
Then see that hat suit, or gown,
gloves and shoes correspond In style
Never wear a very dressy hat with
a severely made tailored suit
Never wear tan colored shoes with a
velvet suit or with an elaborate suit
or gown of any kind. and. of course,
never wear them with house gowna or
In the evening.
Horns the Place to Start
Breeding, like much slandered char
ity, must beglu at home and maintain
there a perpetual scholarship. Mme.
Reca niter, the most beautiful and most
gracious woman of ber age and coun
try, was asked how she became so
elegant In carriage and manner. Her
answer Is historical:
"By conducting myself In solitude as
I would In public."
There should be no dishabille man
ners la the home so far as gentle con
sideration for the happiness and com
fort of others Is concerned. A man
who fails to rise from bis lounging
chair when bis wife enters must not
complain when bis sons, grown to
young manhood, forget "company man
ners" so far as to sit still while fash
ionable visitors stand Example la
more potent and lasting than present.
Budget For the County of Maui For the Year
Carried forward from 191a. $ 55,00000
Local Miscellaneous County Receipt 55,00000
One-half of one per centum on $ 33,0011,000 105,000 00
Total income 1913 for General Fund f 275.000 00
Less amount carried over to 1914 55,000 00
Amount available for the General Fund 191 J f 220,000 00
SPECIAL FUND. ,
Permanent Improvement Fund carried over from 1912... $ 5,000 00
One-sixth of one per centum on $ 33,000,000 55,000 00
Total for Permanent Improvement Fund 60,000 00
Less amount tarried over to 1914 20,000 00
Avaialahle for J913 Improvement Fund f 40,000 00
Road Tax Fund carried over f 2,000 00
To be collected during 1913. 30,000 00
Total Road Tax Fund '. .'. 32,00000
Less amount carried over to 1914 2.00000
Available for I913 of Road Tax Fund $ 30,000 00
School Fund available 1913 9,000 00
Game Fund carried over 1912 90000 ,
Receipts for 1913 50000
Available for 1913 $1,40000
Total Amount available income of the County of Maui i
for the year 1913 f3oo,4oo 00
Operating expenses of the County of Maui including
Care of Schools, Total for 1913 $ 200,000 00
For Improvements, Stock and Machinery, balance from
General Fund ., $ 29,00000
Special Improvement Fund 40,000 00
Special Road Tax Fund 30,000 06
Total available for Improvement, etc., . $99.00000
For the protection and promotion of Game $ l,4oo 00
Total for expenditure within the County of Maui, 1913 $300,400 00
The Season 's Compliments
We feel especially grateful to the good
people of Maui for the splendid patronage .
accorded us during the year just closing.
We now take this opportunity to thank s
a most generous public and a loyal, faithful
body of employees, and to wish one and all a
HAPPY NEW YEAR.
IRabului IRaUroab Co.,
We Sell These.
Vou want the best Are you ruuty
for it this season?
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wtntt in vehicles and haraeta, There f noth
ing euperior to what we are f bowing, in taste,
tyle evl aerviee. Abeoluta honesty in make
as tftM ial. Von will aire w.'mo wo tell 70a
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I COMPANY, AGENT. I
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boa' I lotral this.