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TIIK MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FKRRUARY 1, 1913.
TL. H. fl. Un mew
NOINE TO DISCARD.
Tip's good friend, Mr.
Gordon Bennett, has lmd two sharp
pain recently over his discovery of
Die number of one-cent newspapers
tlmt are thrown nwiiy, after being
read, in subway trains and in sur
face cars. Those papers a sort of
foam blown off the great circulation
glass below Tip's good friend, Mr.
James Gordon Bennett, calls the
discards.' Y hat ought to he a
fiercer stab into the bosom of Tip's
good friend, Mr. Jame-' Gordon
Bennett, lacerating it far more
erne v. is that more copies ol a
newspaper that is really sold to cir
dilate are thrown away as the loam
that blows off the ton than tho
morning paper of Tip's good friend,
Mr. .hum s Gordon Bennett, prints
BATHING SUIT PILGRIMETTES.
If the Pilgriinettes had been sti
a-marching to Albany yesterday in
stead of soaking their bruised toes
in foot-tubs it would have been a
day for bathing suits. Yes, for the sticking to the
most remarkable organ that is own
ed by any private individual in the
world. It lias a myriad of electrical
attachments which render vividly
the sighing of the winds, the whist
ling of the storm, the beat of the
waves on the shore and scores of
other forms of nature's music Fred
erick (5. Bom ne has one of the finest
voices in New York. He was a choir
singer of renown before lie became
noted as great business man and a
GOOD OLD FRYING PAN.
No matter how good a thing is,
some few are always ready to knock
it, even if it is the good old frying
pan. Tip agrees with his friends
the cooks as to the goodness of the
frying pan as a fixer of foods. Start
ing out in the morning, what can
be belter than fried or scrambled
engs, or trieil mush, or tried steak r
Mind you there are many ways to
fry steak. By taking a piece of the
fresh fat and getting it greased nil
over the inside of the frying pan
once smoking licgins it is ready for
the s'teak. Put it in and keep turn
ing it over every few seconds so that
it sears on the outside without
pan. Then it
Notice is hereby given, that the Maui
Shin bun Company, Ltd., will hold f ts
annual stockholders meeting at the office
of the Company on the afternoon of
February 15th, 1913, at 1:30 p. m. at
which meeting the following business
will be transacted:
The annual election of officers for the
The adoption of a set of by-laws for the
company; and a motion and vote for the
increase of the capital stock of the com
pany. YASOTARO SATO,
Dated Wailuku, Maui, T. II., Jan.
Jan. 18, 25, Feb. 2, 9.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THIi
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OK
fat ami for the thin they all would
have had to shape in or out in bath
WORTH NAMING IN FLORIDA.
V. K. Cook, Westside Restaurant,
New Smyrna, Fla.; Culting & Sta
pies, pluniliers and gaslitters, Day
tona. Fla. The Rev. Mr. Little
weiirhs '213 Dotinds. The Rev. Mr.
White, pastor colored M.E. Church,
New Smyrna, Fla.
THE MEANEST YET.
Uncle Eben says: There are some
men who are so mean they wouldn't ,)Wt,8 first marriage before she wed
1x2 turned less frequently until it is
cooked well done, medium, blood
rare or seared.
AVERAGE STAGE MARRIAGE.
Marshall Taylor, the Philadelphia
theatrical manager, who has a gift
for statistics, by putting twenty a a
tresses and twenty divorces together
figures the average stage marriage
lasted seven years six months three
days and seventeen hours. Lillian
Russell's marriages lasted a trifle
less than seven years, six years
saw the culmination of Julia Mar
give credit to a billy-g iat for but
PITY THE POOR BANKERS
Banks are explaining that they
have not been making very easy liv
ings. Well, this is the season of
Good Cheer to pass the hat for the
Flowers and bonbons often help
in winning a heart in Brooklyn and rjrcBjelj
East Orange, but clown in raraguay
matches make matches. Everybody
smokes there, and even the leading
citizens puff a: ay in church. So
when a young fellow wants a girl to
know he loves her and hasn't the
nerve to say so he uses an old cus
torn to explain what is the matter
with his heart. He goes to her door
and when she answers his knock
asks for a match. He gets it, lights
a cigarette, walks away and then
aroes back the next day at the same
time and does the same thing. On
the third dav. if the senorita with
laughing eyes gives him another lit
tie stick with phosphorus on it, it
means that she'll consider him as a
candidate for the oflice of husband,
but if she turns and says, I'm sor
ry, senor, but we haven't any
matches." it means he'll have to
look for another girl.
CARNEGIb'8 LOVE OF MUSIC
hi. 11. bothern, who had been mar
ried to Virginia I lamed for twice
the average length of time. Ethel
Jackson of the "Merry Widow
married J. Fred Zimmerman. Jr.,
in 18512, and divorced him in 1908
Margaret Sylva was freed from Wil
ham IMvnl Mann about the same
time she had been married for
seven years Mine Schumann-Heinle
was married to truest lleink in
in 18S2. She got a di
vorce six years later, llien there
ire Maxine Elliott and Edna May,
Ijouise Dresser, Edna Wallace Hop
per, Edna Goodrich, Blanche Walsh,
Fritzi Scheff, Christie MacDonald
Margaret Illington, Maliel Taliafer
ro, Mary Mannering and others
whose length of married life makes
the average Taylor gives. Mary
Anderson is one who helps to keep
the average up.
SYRIAN COOKERY IN NEW YORK.
If you want to get the scent and
the savor and the sights of Asia
Minor, minus its pestilence that
walks in the night, go to Washing
ton street and stroll by the long line
of Syrian shops of all sorts, stretch
ing an unbroken line to the water's
edge. There you will find foods and
condiments and drinks and sweets
that will give you a new conception
of the possibilities of the art of
coo kery, nowhere so inexcusably
Notice of Drawing of Grand and
Notice is hereby given that the
drawing of Grand and Trial Jurors
to serve and act as such during the
March, 1913, Term of the Circuit
Court of the Second Circuit, Terri
tory of Hawaii, will take place in
the Court Room of said Court, at
Wailuku, Island and County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, on
Tuesday, the 4th day of March,
A. D. 1913, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon of said day.
Sd. S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit of the Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
(Sd.) EDMUND II. HART.
Clerk Circuit Court of the Sec;
Jan. 25, Feb. 1-8-17-25.
The annual stockholders' meet
ing of the HALKAKALA RANCH
CO. will be held at the office of the
company at Paia, Maui, on Tues
day. Feb. 11th. 1913. at 2 o'clock
Jan. 25, Feb. 1, 8.
WHEN IT IS TIME TO
DO NOT FORGET THAT WE CARRY
COME IN AND LOOK AT OUR STOCK
Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Company, Ltd.
Andrew Carnegie has a great love neglected as among English-Bpeak
for music. He prefers the pipe or- ing peoples. Here are some of the
gan to other instrumental melody dishes ynu will find you will find
makeis. He prefers the soprano them all good, take Tip's word for
and the baritone to all other singing it!
The annual stockholders meet
ing of the KEAHUA RANCH
CO, will be held at the office of the
company at Paia, Maui, on Tues
day, February 11th, 1913, at 3
o'clock P. M.
Jan. 25, Feb. 1, 8.
Honolulu Music Co.
Jas. W. Bergstrom, Manager.
88 King Street, Honolulu.
Latest Hawaiian Records.
Victor and Columbia Talking
Machines, Primatoue and
Autopiano Players, Knabe
Pianos. Latest Popular Music,
tones of the human voice. One of
the things that attracted him to
Charles M. Schwab was his fine
voice and tho way he played the
A SOPRANO'S LOST JOB.
Mr. Carnegie had one experience
with a boy soprano that was sorrow
fill. The boy had a voice divine.
When he reached for the high notes j
you could hear the flutter of the an
gels' wings. Rut while bis voice was
celestial bis thirst was earthly. One
day ho arrived to give his usual
song recital, but it did not take
even the trained eye of the Laird of
Skilx) to see that something was
wonderfully ami worldly wrong.
Then and there the lioy soprano
lost his job-
F. W. WOOLWOKTII'8 OHGAN.
Mr- Frick, as most persons know,
nav flO.000 a year to a famous
musician to play to him each day
One of the melodies tins musician
must render frequently is "Dearie."
F. W. Woolwoith possesses tJj
First of all comes the rice dish
which constitutes the staple food of
half the Moslem world. Its name
is pilaf, and its fame is so well es
tablished in the shadows of antiquity
that Islamic tradition mentions it as
the food, in gargantuan quantities
of the Faithful in the paradise of
Mahomet. It is simply and yet
wonderfully made. Boil your rice
in such a way that each kernel will
remain separate and free from ad
hesion or agglutination. Put on
small quantity of burned butter as a
sauce and add a dash of black pep
per and two pinches of salt. The
secret oj the excellence ol pilal, as
served in the palace of the Grand
Turk, as well as in the hut of the
meanest peasant ol Kurdistan, is
the complete absence of tha soggy
pasty quality that characterizes the
common or garden variety of rice in
a million restaurants of America
and Europe. How it is done? Ah
that is one of the secrets which the
East has never divulged to the West.
We will pay Ten cents a Quart
for Pohas. At the Wharf in Hono
Honolulu Jam & Chutney Factory
To the Owners and
All persons claiming an interest in the
premises heina'ter described:
The KAHULUI RAILROAD COM
PANY, a railroad corioratioii duly
chartered and existing under the laws of
the Territory of Hawaii, anil having, in
accordance 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 pro
visions of Act 86 of the Session Laws of
the Territory of Hawaii of 1909, to said
owners and unknown persons claiming
an interest iu said property hereinafter
described of its intention to apply to A
G. M. Robertson, Esq., Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court of the Territory of
Hawaii, for the appointment of ap.
praisers to fix the amount of couiensa
tion to be paid to the owners, or others
having au interest iu said protierty, for
the property to be condemned.
The property sought to be condemned
is situated iu Pauwela, in the District of
Hani. Vunloa, Island and County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, and being Land
Commission Award 6510L, Royal Patent
21 Si to Ku, and described as follows:
Ml that certain parcel of land situated
at Haiku, Hamakualoa, Island of Maul,
II., beiug a part of that portion of
Grant 2181, Apana 2 to Ku which lies 111
Waiaauia Gulch on the line of the Kaliu
lui Railroad Company, and bounded and
described as follows, to wit:
Commencing at a driven iron pipe at
the northwest of Grant 5259, Apana No.
to Kamakaeu and running by magnetic
bearing as follows:
S. 340 00' W. 123.5 feet to a driven
iron pipe; N. 650 30' V. 176.8 feet to a
driven iron pipe; N. 770 00' W. 7.0 to. a
driven iron pipe; N. 5S0 09' E. 123.0 to
a driven iron pipe; S. 670 45' E. 169.6 to
the point of beginning, and containing
The time and place at which such ap
plication will be made is at the Cham
bers of the Supreme Court, in Brewer &
Company's building, Port street, Hono
lulu, ia said Territory, at 10 o'lock a.
m., on Monday, the 3rd day of March,
This notice is given in consequence of
the said owners and other persons hold
ing an interest in said premises not ac
cepting the offer of said Railroad Com-
cauv to nurchase the same for a value
set forth in said offer.
Dated January. nth, 1913.
KAHULUI RAILROAD COMPANY,
Bv Its President, F. F. BALDWIN.
Jan. 11, 18, 25, Feb. 1.
Ilia Oua nine
ia poe a pan t koi ana he kuleaua
iloko o ka waiwai i hoakakaia mahope
O ka HUI ALAHAO KAHULCI. he
hui alahao i hoohuila a e liana net ma
lalo o na kanawai o ke Teritori o Hawaii
a i loaa. i Unlike uie ia mau kanawai, ka
uiaua e hoohaiui aku i ka polio aiua kie
kie, ma keia ke hoolaha ia aku nei, i ku
like ai me ka manao o ke kanawai 86
na Kanawai o ke Teritori o Hawaii, kau
o 1909, iua Una i oleloia ame na poe
ike oleia e koi ana he kuleaua iloko o ka
waiwai i oleloia i hoakakaia mahope iho
nei i kona manao e noi aku ia A. G. M.
Robertson, Esq., Luuakauawai Kiekieo
ka Aha Kiekie o ke Teritori o Hawaii,
110 ka hookohu ana mai i poe Luna hoo
liolo waiwai uo ka hooholo ana i uku e
uku ia aku ai i na Ona, aiole iua poe e
a'e i loaa he kuleaua iloko o ka waiwai i
oleloia, uo ka waiwai e hoahewaia aku
Reset and reconstruct
jewelry in modern designs.
Execute special work in
their designing and man
silverware, jewelry, sta
tionery, book-plates . .
Excellent facilities for
those who cannot place
their orders in person . .
O ka waiwai i mauaoia e hoahewaia
aku ana, aia ke waiho la ma Pauwela,
maloko o ka Apana o IIauiakualoa,Moku
puui a Kalaiia o Maui, Teritori o Hawaii,
oia hoi ke Kuleaua 6510L, Paia paia Sila
Nut 2181 ia Ku, a i boakaia peuei:
"O kela Apana Aina a pau loa e waiho
la iua Haiku, Hamakualoa, Mokupuui o
Maui, T II., he luahele hoi uo kelahapa
oke Grant 2 181 Apana 2 ia Kue waiho la
111 a ke Awawa o Waiaauia" uia ka laina
o ka Hui Alahao o Kahului, a penei ka
moe ana o 11a tnokuna:
"K hoomaka ana uia ke paipu hao i uia
kiaia ilalo ma ka Akau Komohana o ke
Grant 5259," Apana Helu 2 ia Kamakaeu
a e holo ana ma ka ihu mageneti penei:
II. 340 00' K. 123.5 kapuai i ke paipu
hao i inakiaia ilalo; A. 650 30' K. 176.8
kapuai i ke paipu hao i uiakiaia ilalo; A.
77000' K. 7.0 kapuai 1 ke paipu hao
uiakiaia ilalo; A. sSootH. 123.0 kapuai
i ke paipu hao i uiakiaia ilalo; II. 670 45'
II. 169.6 kapuai i ke kilii 1 hoomaka ai,
a e ill ana he 49-100 Kka.
O ka mauawa ame kahi e hauaia ai
keia noi uia na keena uoia o ka Aha
Kiekie, ma ka haleo Brewer & Company,
Alauui Papu, Honolulu, maloko o ke
Teritori i oleloia, iua ka bur a 10 kakahi
aka, Poakahi, ka la 3o Maraki, 191 3.
I'a houpukaia keia hoolaha uiamuli o
ko na Oua ame kekahi poe e a'e e pa a
nei he kuleaua iloko o ka waiwai i oleloia
ae ole ana i ka baawi a ka Hui Alahao i
oleloia e kuai lilo mai i ka waiwai 110 ka
waiwai i'o i hoikeia ma ua noi la.
Hauaia Ianuari 11, iyi3.
HUI ALAHAO KMIL'LUI,
Mao KouaPeresidena, F. F. BALDWIN. )
Jan. 11, 18, 25, Feb. I.