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Tim MAUI NKWS, SATURDAY, JUYL 5, 1913.
THE MAUI NEWS
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JULY 5, lin:;.
HK Wailuku water supply need looking into and the watershed
should he carefully inspected. The old scheme of taking water
from above the Needle bridge was a trood one, and the sooner
the pipes are again laid up to that source, the better it will be for ' the
health of Wailukans. The present intake is below where human
habitations exist. It is also below where horses, cows ar.d even pigs,
are domiciled. The danger is obvious from those sources to say
nothing of the bathing that goes on in the water that eventually finds
its way into the stomachs of the good citizens of Waiiuku and Kahului.
Is it any wonder that liquor of another sort is becoming more v popular
TJIKKK is a lot to be said on both sides of the question as to the
employment of married women in the public schools of the
territory. There are instances where the husbands oi these
women are in good positions, and well able to support their wives.
To give those wives positions when there may be available mi-married
women begging for work, and badly needing it, would be an injustice.
On the other hand when married women are actually supporting the
family, owing the husband being an invalid or unable to earn sufficient
for the needs of his wife and children, married teachers should certainly
be retained in the department.
"THE GOAT "
T H T H K new Tariff bill provides that the fleece of the sheep shall be
admitted free, and also that the fleece of the goat shall pay a duty
The explanation is that Representative Garner of Texas, a Demo
crat by birth and location, who is a member of the Ways and Means
Committee, had sufficient influence to provide for the Protection and
upbuilding of the goat industry, which belongs in the part of Texas
where he lives. Truthfully did General Hancock say that "the Tariff
is a local issue;" ar.d still more truthfully can it be said that it pays
even the goat to have "a friend at court."
in Tin; circuit court or tiik
CIKCtlT TKKR1TOHY Ol"
At Chamber?, In Divorce.
MARY AMOK, I.iliellunt, vs. YKK
Ql'ON, bibt'llee. I.il.et for Divorce.
Tkrritokv ok Hawaii:)
To Yee-tjiloii, I.ihellcc. You are here
by notified t1i;,t tlie nlmve entitled suit,
the same for a divorce lroin you
on the grounds of desertion and non-
support, is now pending in the above
entitled Court, and that the s.itne will be
heard mid dctctnmu'd on Thursday, the
4th day of September, A. I. I)1., at to
o'clock in the forenoon of said day, or as
soon thereafter as may be sit by the
Judge of said Court, silting at Chambers.
Dated al Wailuku. Maui, June 2.?, 1913.
(Seal) KDMi'ND II. 1 1 ART. Clerk.
J. V. KALUA,
Attorney for bibellant.
June 2S, July 5, 12, 19. 26, August 2.
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY" OK
At Chambers In Probate. '
In the Matter of the Instate of AN NIK
K. KMMKSI.Y, Late of Kailua, iMaka
wao, Maui, Deceased. "
Okpi;r ok Notick of Petition for
Ali,ovaxck op Accounts, Dutkrmin
ixr. Trust and distrusting tiik
!T is strange, and a source of wonder to new arrivals on Maui, to
find that the baseball fans seem nearly all to root for Kahului
whe,n a game is being played against Wailuku. And, the strang
est part of it is that well known Wailukans do the tallest rooting for
the seaside bunch. Of course everybody is free to root for whom they
darned well please but, still, it seems peculiar to people from other
towns. The home team is always supported whether losing or win
ing in most places and it would be well to see the same spirit abroa.d
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of Antoue F.. Tavares,
Administrator of the Estate ol Annie K.
Eminesly, of Kailua, Makawao, Maui,
deceased, wherein petitioner asks to be
allowed 129.75 and charged with 400,
and asks that the same be examined and
approved, and that a final order be made
of Distribution of the reluaining property
to the persons thereto entitled and dis
charging petitioner and sureties from all
further responsibility herein:
It is Ordered, that on Monday, the 2&
day of Julv, A. D. loll, at 10 o'clock
A. M. before the Judge presiding nt
Chambers of said Court at his Court
Room in Wailuku, Maui, be and the
same hereby is appointed the tune and
place for hearing said Petition and Ac
counts, and that all persons interested
may then ami there appear and show
cause, it anv tuey Have, wliv tue same
should not be granted, and may present
evidence as to who are entiled to the
said property. And that notice of this
Order, be published in the Maui News,
a weekly newspaper printed and publish
ed in said Wailuku, for three successive
weeks, the last publication to be not less
than two weeks previous to the time
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated the 16'u day of J-ine, Iyl3.
(Sd.i S. I!. KINGSIX'R'm
Judge or the Circuit Court of the Second
Attest: (Sd.) KDMUND H. HART.
Clerk Circuit Court of the Second Circuit"
June 21, 2S, July 5, li.
A GOOD TIME.
WELL, Maui did herself proud in the way of July Fourth
celebrations and the big crowd of people that had the time of
their lives in Wailuku and at Kahului, should long remember
the Valley Island way of celebrating Independence day. The whole
celebration of yesterday was u great success and the visitors must have
enjoyed themselves. Maui is noted for her hospitality and judging
from the happy expressions of the bunch that boarded the steamer for
Honolulu last night, the excursionists had a real good time a la Maui.
Put sugar on the free list and what would happen? The planters of
Louisiana say that it would ruin their industry. The planters of Ha
waii and Porto Rico will be bankrupted.
I he beet sugar manufacturers of the YV est declare that it would put
them out of business.
It would take $50,000,000 a year from the treasury, an amount which
would have to le made up by the direct taxation of incomes.
Meanwhile the magnates of the Sugar Trust smile and smile. They
alone would be benefited- They would have a monopoly, and they
would continue to fix the price of sugar to the people, just as ihey
have been in the habit of doing heretofore.
Great is Wilson and the Sugar Trust!
IN THE CI KCt' IT COl'IfT, SIX'ONI)
(TIT. TKlililT' )U V OF HAWAII-
All the sugar consumed in Germany and France is the product and
output of the beet fields and factories. In this country a Democratic
Congress proposes to put the industry out of business. But there is
nothing surer than that the men engaged in this and other industries
will put their despoilers out of Congress at the first opportunity. The
opportunity will come in nineteen fourteen.
Just as sure as the Democratic party passes the present wild-eyed
ideas on the Tariff, just so sure will the people send them away back
to sit down for another twenty years, and several states of the "Solid
South" will rise up from amid the ruins of their wrecked industries
and in their might will aid in restoring a banished prosperity and our
scattered and famishing laborers.
It makes one feel thankful that one is living in these islands when the
telegraphic news from the mainland tells the stories of deaths from
neat, 1 nese lsianus never nave auytiiing nice mat, aitnougn some
people seem to think that because we live in the semi-tropics, we must
be sweltering day and night.
President Wilson says that his election was not a Democratic victory,
because he was elected by a minority vote. This being true, how does
he figure that his election means that the people want a Democratic
At Chamber In Probate.
In the Matter of the Kstate of
JOSl'FKRXANDKZ, late of Kula
Petition of Administrators for
Order of Sale of Real Kstate.
Okdkk to Snow CausK on Ad
ministrators' Pl'TITION TO SHU.
On reading and filing the Peti
tion of Aiitone F. Tavares and
Antone Fernandez, 'Administrators
of the Kstate of Jose Fernandez, late
of Kula, Maui, deceased, praying
for an order of sale of certain real
estate belonging to said Kstate, viz:
Lot of land at Kula, Maui, Land
Patent 4265, 12.67 Acres;
Lot of land at Kula, Maui, Lot
4, Map 8, 18.77 Acres;
Subdivision Xo. 15, Hui land of
Haniakttapoko, 1 Acre, and setting
forth certain legal reasons why
such real estate should be sold,
to wit: In order to pay the debts of
It is Hereby Ordered, that the
heirs and next of kind of said
deceased, and all persons interest
ed in the said estate, appear before
this Court on Monday, the 21st
day of July, A. D. 1913, at ten
o'clock A. M., at the Court Room
of this Court, in Wailuku, Maui,
then and there to show cause why
i an order should not be granted for
the sale of said real estate-
And it is Further Ordered .that a
notice of this order be published
at least three successive weeks be
fore the said day of hearing, in the
Mai i Nkws," a weekly news
paper printed and published in said
Wailuku, the last publication to
be not less than ten davs previous
to the time therein appointed for
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, June
(Sd.) S. 1!. KINC.SHUKY.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Attest:) (Sd.) Kdmind II. IIaht,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
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