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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1913.
(Continued from Page I.)
music and it was good, good
enough to become standard in Ho
nolulu and in the music halls
abroad. He promised to arrange
an overture, and have it published
so it may remain a fixed thing for
the lovers of music. As to the
dialogue, opinions differ and, in
some cases, I believe, they are
formed according to whatever feel
ing the person giving expression
to it may have for the authors of
the libretto as well as, for the
S characters , local , that were port
' rayed. Personally, I have no opi
nion for the reason that I was never
in a position to form one, There
is considerable feeling among the
friends of Mr. Ford, and indeed he
cherishes a bit of resentment, too,
at the wav he was lampooned.
Some of his friends say it was over
drawn; some say it was as true to
nature as it is possible to have a
stage character, and others say
there was altogether too much per
sonality injected into the play.
Ford left after the first act because
he could not stand the insult any
longer. It may have been an in-
suit, but there are persons who
saw the play all three nights who
tell me that it was simply ' 'holding
the Ford mirror up to nature" and
allowing him to see himself as the
public sees him.
The weather was grand during
all of the celebration or the exer
cises; we had no rain until Monday
when the Korea came along to take
away a big bunch of visitors. Of
course the presence of so many
persons has started the agitation
. again for another hotel because a
few did not manage to get accom
modations when wanted. The
managers of the hotels, from the
Waikiki Inn to the Young, deny
. the impeachment and tell the world
. that rooms . were never so plentiful
as at this season. But the new hotel
is to come just the same.
, Matters are going nicely in the
legislature and it appears we are
to have a law that will change the
complexion of some of the crimes
committed in Honolulu and Wai
luku. The age of consent is to be
brought up to sixteen, which is a
tolerable good thing and "rape"
- cases may be more frequent in con-
sequence. Looks as though the
lawyers are going to profit by the
; change. While on this subject,
let me mention the case of Silva,
"The Punchbowl Demon," who
was acquitted of the charge of rape
yesterday through an argument
Our stock of articles suit
able for Wedding and An
niversary Presents was per
sonally selected by us, with
we believe, a full knowledge
of the tastes of our custom
ers. We have dainty bits in
gold, silver and glass as well
as rich beautiful articles in
We pack all articles so that they can
be shipped without danger of injury
. or breakage.
by his counsel, Mr. Strauss. I
saw the attorney a few minutes
after the judge had ordered a
directed verdict; "jubilant" about
expresses his feelings at the time.
He did not tell me that the com
plaining witness had testified that
after the crime had been commit
ted she accompanied the prisoner
to a Japanese joint where they en
joyed a feast of water melon and
ice cream. When that evidence
was given, a smile that could not
be washed off passed over the jury.
Silva has been before the courts a
number of times for crimes and
misdemeanors, but scarcely ever
gets more than a short sentence.
Whether it is because he keeps
posted and remains within the law
or luck stands with him all the
time, I do not know. He has
served a number of months, off
and on, waiting trial, which is
aDout all he ever gets. When he
imagined he was a boxer instead of
a street corner fighter, he went in
to bouts for the customary fee and
got several severe trouncings be
fore he faded away to his corner;
he would never remain standing
long enough to get w hat was com
ing to him.
BOUNCE TUB BUM8.
And that brings to mind the zeal
of Policeman Carter who stands on
the wharf and keeps undesirables
from escaping from the city and in
flicting themselves on communities
elsewhere. If there is a chance to
get rid of them without expense
why not let them go? Surely
Honolulu can spare a few.
The legislature has hardly warm
ed up to the situation as yet, but
it is promised that something will
be doing within ten days. Tucker
is the target of the Hilo bunch and
he is asked to submit all of the
correspondence relating to an ex
change of lands with the Waiakea
Mill Company. This should make
interesting reading for the Hilo
people and it may be that Maui
will want to know something about
lands from the same quarter. An
effort is to be made by Makekau to
have the motion pictures , so cen
sored that anything like a kiss in
public, which will of necessity be
a silent one, shut from the eyes of
the audience. Murders and elope
ments are also tabued according to
the bill. Baker of the lower house
is going to see that there will be
stricter observance on Sunday,
This is in direct opposition to the
wishes of the people from the
mainland who are rapidly filling
Honolulu. They want greater ob
servance of the laws of health as
demonstrated on the base ball field
and race track. They want theat-
ers opened so they will have some
place to go beside church in the
evening, because it was customary
for them to attend a vaudeville per
formance any old clay on the coast.
This being the case, it does not
look as though Baker's bill will go
far, though I was told many years
ago that two strong points in the
native character are Sunday observ
ance and an objection to persons
who commit crimes.
On behalf of persons who come
from the other islands, arriving
here on Sunday, and the tourists
who do not sabe the use of a Gil
lette, it is intended to repeal the
law which forbids barbers plying
their trade on Sunday. The law
was enacted because the white
barbers did not wish to keep open
and they did not want to drive the
business of Sunday over to the
Japanese. Now it is intended that
those who do not wish to open
their shops on Sunday may keep
them closed. It seems like going
backward instead of going forward,
to tie the people w ith a lot of blue
laws which will surely be violated.
No. 7 REMINGTON TYPEWRITER.
In good order mid repair. Price nioder.
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D R . GO O K,
One Lecture Only
Starting 7 P. M., Tues
day, March 4th.
$1.00 -:- .75 :- .50
Commissioner's Notice of
Sale of Real Property.
Pursuant to an Order made by
the Honorable Seldeu B. Kings
bury, Judge of the Circuit Court of
the Second Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii, on the 22nd day of Oct
ober, 1912, and filed the 25th day
of October, 1912, in a suit then
pending in said Court, entitled
'Thomas Brown et al vs. John W.
Brown et al," suit for Parition,
and numbered 60, Equity Division
of said Court, the undersigned, as
Commissioner will sell at Public
Auction, to the highest and best
bidder, subject to confirmation of
the said Court:
Ou Saturday, the 15th day of
March, A. D. 1913, at 12 o'clock
noon of said day, at the front en
trance of the Court House, at Wai
luku, Maui, the following real
All the that certain tract, piece
or parcel of land situate at Paeahu,
Ulupalakua, Maui, described by
metes and bounds as follows:
Commencing at the corner of the
wire fence on the boundary between
Palauea and Paeahu, on the Maka
wao Road, thence N. 6.ViQ W..
9.28; N. 20.H W., 3.90; N. I40
E., 3.92; N. 30 E., 5.65; N.
12. 140 15., 15.23; S. 75 E., 38.75;
S. 15 N., 31.07; N. 75. W.,
10.49; N. 76. '4 W., 5.98; N.
80.4 W., 3.93; West 4.98; S. 81.-
?4 W., 8.36 to place of beginning,
including an area of 112.75 Acres,
(area in deed, 122.75 Acres,) and
being the same premises that were
conveyed to John Brown by deed
of James Makee and wife, of record
in the Hawaiian Registry of Deeds,
in Honolulu, Oahu, in Liber 34,
TERMS OF SALE: Cash in
United btates Liold Coin, and a
deposit of 10 of the price bid
will have to be made by the pur
chaser at the fall of the hammer.
Deeds to be at the expense of the
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Feb
ruary 10, 1913.
EDMUND II. HART,
Feb. 15, 22, Mar. 1, 8.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the Estate of
PETER JOSEPH, Deceased;
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons having, or claiming to have
claims against the estate of Peter
Joseph, Deceased, who died at Pu-
lehu, Kula, Island of Maui, Terri
tory of Hawaii, to present their
claims, duly authenticated and with
proper vouchers if any exist, even
if the claim is secured by mortgage
upon real estate, to E. R. Buvins,
administrator of the said Estate of
Peter Joseph, deceased, at his place
of business at Wailuku, Maui, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, within six months
from the date of the first publication
of this notice or within six months
from the day they fall duo or they
will be forever barred.
Date of first publication, Febru
ary 1st, 1913.
E. R. BEVIXS,
Administrator of the. Estate of
Peter Joseph, Deceased.
Feb. 1, 8, 15, 22, Mai. 1.
Sealed Tenders will be received at tlie
office of the Maui Loan Fund Commis
sion, nt Wailuku, Maui, T. H. until Io
A. M. Saturday March 15, 1913, and then
opened for furnishing and laying a pipe
line from the Eastern or mauka end of
the Government land called Kalainaula
to the Government School tank at Kau
nakakai, ou the Island of Moloknl
County of Maui T. II.
Plans and specifications and other in
formation may he had upon application
to R. A. Wadsworth, Secretary of the
Maui Loan Fund Commission, at Wai
luku. A deposit of fs.oo will be required
for the safe return of plans and specifi
cations. The right is reserved to reject any and
Tenders must be made on forms fur
nished by the Commission and must be
accompanied by a certified check amount
ing to not less than 5 of the amount of
R. A. WADSWORTH,
Secretary, Maui Loan Fund Commis
sion. Feb. 22, Mar. 1, 8.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT SECOND
In the Matter of the Estate of CIIONG
FOOK, Late of Wailuku, Maui, De
ceased. Notice to Creditors.
The undersigned having been duly
appointed the Administrator of the Es
tate of Chong Fook, late of Wailuku,
Maui, T. H., deceased, intestate.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
to present their claims against the Estate
of the said Chong Fook, deceased . duly
authenticated whether secured by mort
gage or otherwise, to the undersigned at
Wailuku, Maui, within six months from
the date hereof, or they will be forever
And all persons indebted to said Es
tate are hereby requested to make imme
diate payuieut to the undersigued.
JAMES R. LOVE,
Administrator of the Estate of Chong
Feb. 22, March I, 8, 15.
The Board of License Commis
sioners for the County of Maui, will
hold a meeting in the public room
of the Masonic Temple, at Kahului,
on Thursday, the sixth day of
March, 1913. at 10 a. m. to con
sider the application of The Kaupa-
kalua Wine & Liquor Company for
a First-Class License, Wholesale, to
sell intoxicating liquors in a two
story frame building to be erected
on a lot on east side of government
road at bottom of Wuikinu Gulch,
Pauwcla, Maui, mauka of concrete
bridge crossing the stream, under
the provisions of Act 119, Session
Laws of 1907.
All protests or objections against
the issuance of a license under said
application should In-filed with the
Secretary of the Hoard not later
than the time set for said hearing.
. February 8, 1913.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Board of License Com
missioners. Feb. 8, 15. 22, Mar. 1.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pytuius Hail, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend
W. A. SPARKS. C. C.
A. MARTINSEN. K. R. & S
LODGE MAUI, No. 984, A. F. & A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Mnunnin Tlall t :lhlllui nn itiAfirct
Saturday nifbt of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
viied to attend.
W. W. WESCOATT, R. W. M.
O. E. COPELAND.
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