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T1IK' MAUI XKWS, SATURDAY. AUGUST 16, 1913.
(Continued froui Fage I.)
Garage was killed yesterday after
noon in an accident in the neigh
borhood of Scholield Barracks'
From the statement of an eye-witness,
the party in charge of Teucke
was going around a sharp curve at
a thirty-five mile clip, struck a
hank, sheered ofT and again hit the
bunk and careened over. Everyone
in the ear wa9 more or less injured,
but Teucke was the only one to get
hurt seriously. It does not always
happen that the man running a
death car gits injured that usually
falls to a passenger.
Another case was that in which
(ieorge Gonsalvcs and,; a- woman
passenger were injured sligUll.V when
their car turned turtle near Moana
lua. Their injuries were not serious,
and they got out of the way of
reporters before the name of the
woman could he learned.
It is almost amusing to note the
seriousness with which Senator Coke
looks upon the financial work of
John Wise, clerk of the Senate.
John has not done very differently
from any other clerk of the Senate,
so far as making a good thing out
of the session is concerned. There
is nothing in the law that says how
many lines or words shall be on a
page of the typewritten copy of the
journal. If John settled upon three
spaces for his work three will have
to go, and the public fail to see
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
26S Market Stmt, San Trantisco, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
San Francisco Puget Sound
Wilhehnina... Apr. 9
Ilouolulan.... Apr. 15
Mliloninn..... Apr. 24
Enterprise... Apr. uo
Lurline Apr. 29
Will'-hnina... May 7
Mo'iolulan.... May 13
-'lyades May 15
Lurline May 27
Enterprise... May 31
Wilhelniiua .. June 4
Hilonian June 5
Honolulan.... June 10
Lurline June 24
Hyades June 26
Wilhehnina .. July 2
Enterprise... July 5
Honolulan.... July 9
Hilonian July 17
Lurline July 22
Wilhehnina.. July 30
Honolulan... Aug. 5
Hyades Aug. 7
Enterprise.. Aug. 9
Lurline Aug. 19
Willieluiina.. Aug. 27
Hilonian.... Aug. 28
Apr. 7 May 3
May 18 May 24 June
June 8 June 14 June
June 29 July 5 July
July 20 July 26 Aug.
Aug. 10 Aug. 16 Aug.
Aug. 31 Sept. 6 Sept.
Apr. 29 42
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May 29 69
May 24 103
May 21 58
May 27 43
Juue 4 29
June 21 36
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Juue 28 104
June 24 44
July 10 70
July 2 30
July 16 60
Aug. 2 37
July 22 45
Aug. 2 105
July 30 31
Aug. 21 71
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Aug. i9 46
Aug. 27 32
Sept. 13 38 '
Sept. 6 106
Sept. 10 62
Sept. 16 47
Oct. 2 72
PORTS OF CALL.
S. WIUIELMINA To Honolulu and Hilo.
S. LUHLIXE To Honolulu and Kahului.
S. HONOLULAN To Honolulu and Kahului.
S. ENTERPRISE To Hilo direct.
S. HILONIAN... 1 To Honolulu, Port Allen, Kahului,
S. IIYADES Kaanapali and Hilo.
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles and freight only (no
Subject to Change
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The Hamilton Watch
"The Railroad Timekeeper of America"
The possession of Hamilton Watches by
50 per cent of the Railroad Men on Ameri
can Railroads, where Ollieial Time Inspection
is maintained is a tribute to more than the
phenomenal accuracy of this great watch.
Railroad Men buy their own watches.
There are a number of watches that meet
the standards of accuracy required by the
Railroad Companies. The extraordinary
preferment shown Hamilton Watches is
partly due to other causes. For one thing
a Hamilton Watch has a rare and enduring
beauty a beauty indicative of mechanical
perfection and durability.
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wherein ho can be pinched for it.
If it can be proven that he paid a
clerk less for services than he was
authorized by law, and failed to pay
over the difference to the appropri
ation "Expenses of Legislature,"
there may be a chance to kick, hut
John is too bright to do anything
of that sort. Senator Coke has
stirred up a hornet's nest equal, al
most to the Vilson"liisiduons Lob
by" and legislative graft has been
going on loraiiout as many years as
the lobby in Washington has been
in existence. It is on record that a
Senator once told a clerk he was
going to introduce a resolution to
pay him an extra live dollars a day
for his services. That meant a big
thing, but the clerk was willing.
He took the resolution to the chair
man of committee on accounts be
fore it was introduced. On the
floor of the Senate a member object
ed to the resolution and the man
who wrote it said it did not look
good to him at first glance, and
moved that it bo referred to the
c jmmiltee on accounts. Remember
the man who wrote the resolution
lid not present it. It went to the
committee on accounts, and while
there, it was decided to make the
uvard to the clerk seven dollars and
a half a day and then every official
of the body was raised in proportion
to his regular pay. The resolution
went back and in the absence of
three guardians passed with a rush,
and before the day was done the
warrants had been drawn, the
vouchers signed and the money
paid over. Naturally, there was
a howl the next day when the three
absent" members learned what had
been done, because they were fully
determined to move reconsideration,
for they recognized the injustice of
such iv action. This is mentioned
to you as showing that the graft
business, if it may be called graft,
is not a new thing in the Hawaii
Senate, and that J. Wise has done
what those before him did, and
those who follow him will proceed
to do with great regularity. John
is a wise man and the fact is point
ed out in his name. He is as bl ight
as they are niade, and can give
others half the pack and beat them
at their own game. That's going
some but it is true.
BROWN AND PINKHAM.
C. II. l'rown, who is known to
his intimates as "Klondike," re
turned today from the mainland
... 1 . .
having gathered wisdom ami in
formation from all points between
San Francisco and lioston. lie
was in Washington for a spell after
Mr. Pinkham was nominated for
the governorship, ami is the author
ity for the statement that Pinkham
will be confirmed inspite of the op
position of Watson's friends. Brown
says he got this direct from Pink
ham in a telegram, and nothing
could be straight?!-, if not truer.
Mr. Brown may be said to have
jumped onto the Pinkham Wiigon
almost before it got started at
least he was nearer the fountain
head when be got aboard and he
will probably stick.
Just a murder of a Japanese
hackdriver Monday night to top
off the crimes of the beginning of
the week. A soldier is in the
station house on suspicion of know
ing something about it but, if he
has any information, he has been
too drunk to tell it to the police.
During the day another soldier was
taken into custody, and from him
sufficient information was obtained
to warrant holding both men for
the grand jury. On the clothing
of the second man there was blood
which he said came from his com
panion's nose after he hail hit him.
It looks like murder simply com
mitted for no reason whatever.
Evidence taken at the coroners in
quest on the (iuertler murder was
plain. There had been a rough
house at the Puahi dance hall, and
Marshall seemed to be at the bot
tom of the trouble. There were
half a dozen engineers present and
Marshall was sore at being put out,
so he went home and got his gun
and used it on his friend, simply
because the friend got in the way of
WATSON TO BENCH. N
Mail advices today from Washing
ton tell of the standing of Pinkham
with the President nd Senate.
Sharpc Williams will not oppose
lim if he is assured that Watson
will be appointed to Perry's place
on the Mipreme lench, a place
Watson would dearly love to have,
and which he is bclicved-fittcd for.
Wilson seems willing, from private
letters, to give him the place and in
that way the greatest obstacle in the
way of confirmation of Pinkham
will be removed.
The ten per cent assessment on
I lonolulu Consolidated Oil stock is
not received here with any degree
of pleasure by the stockholders.
Again conies the promise that with
the debt out of the way dividends
will be nearer, and it is believed
that by January first, the company
will begin to pay ten per cent
This is, of course, unless Matson
buys some other lands. '
THE HENRY WATEHHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd I
The Hoard of License Commissioners
for the County of Maui, will hold a meet
ing at the public room in the Masonic
Temple, Kahului, on Thursday, the 4U1
day of September, 1913, at lo a. m. to
consider the application of Alfred Rodri
gucs for a second class License saloon to
sell intoxicating liquors on Makai side of
Market street, Wailuku, Maui, opposite
Vinevard street, in the two story frame
builfling owned by the estate of John
Ferriera, 011 Waihee side of restaursut of
Kam Yen, under the provisions of Act
119, Session Laws of 1907.
All protests or objections against the
issuance of a license under said applica
tion should be filed with the Secretary
of the Board not later than the time set
for said hearing.
August 9th, 1913.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, lioard of License Comuiis
Aug. 9, 16, 23, 30. v
Administrator's Notice of Sale
ol Real Estate, Belonging to
the Estate of dose Fernandez,
Pursuant to an Order made by
the Honorable Selden B. Kingsbury,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit, Territory of Ha
lii, sitting at Chambers, in Pro
tte, on the 21st day of July, A. U.
1013, in the matter of the Estate of
Jose Fernandez, late of Kula, Maui,
deceased, the undersigned, as Ad
ministralors of the said Estate,
will sell at public auction, to the
highest and best bidder, subject to
confirmation of the Court. .
On Saturday, the 30th day of
August, A. D. 1913, at 12 o'clock
noon of said day, at the front en
trance of the Courthouse, nt Wai
luku, County of Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, the following real estate,
to wit :
1. All that p'wee of land situate
at Waiakoa, Kula, Maui
' described in Patent No. 4205
(J rant on Homesteads, issucii
to Jose de Cambra same hi
ing Lot No. 10, Honiesteat
Man No. 13. and describee
by metes and bounds, con
tabling an area of 12 .07-100
Acres, conveyed to said Jose
J'ernandez lv deed ol Jose
da Cambra and wife, datei
January 25, 1 000, reeordi
in Liber 378, folios C ami 7
2. All that piece of land situate
at Waiakoa, Kula, Maui
known as Lot No. 4, Map 8
described by metes and
bounds, and containing an
area of 18.77-100 Acres, am
the same that were eonveyei
to Joe Fernandez by deed of
Joseph Juan, dated Novem
- her 2, 1808, and recorded in
Liber 200, folio 132.
3. All that piece of land situate
in the Hi of Kuau. Makawao
Maui, containing an area of
1 Acre, the same being
portion of Subdivision 15
which was conveyed to Joao
Fernandes bv deed of U
J5. Kala, dated March 17
1S00, and recorded in Lilx-r
125, folio 20.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash1 i
V. S.-Oold Coin. Deeds to be 1
the expense of purchasers. A d
posit of 0'o ofthe price hid will
be required to be made by the pur
chaser at the fall of the hammer
For further particulars, apply to
Antone F. Tuva res, at his office at
ANTONE F. TAYARES,
ANTON E FERN AN DEZ,
Administrators of the Estate of
Jose Fernandez, Deceased.
Wailuku, Maui, July 2Sth, 1013
Aug. 2, 0, 1(5, 23.
Fresh Haas' Candy
BY PARCELS POST.
Half pound boxes delivered to any Post Office on Maui...
.1 ' '
This cajidy is taken from cold storage
just before the mail closes, and comes
to you In first class condition.
BUYS AND SELLS-r:AIi ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND Lw'E INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANSlVND MORTGAGES
A List of High Gradfc Securities mailed on application
TTOXOLTILTI. HAWAII P. O. Box 3415
Uime tJableJCahului Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1913
5 33 3 30
5 9 3 5
5 00 2 55
4 5 a 47
25 8 42 6 35
8 30 6 25
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A.'. elsville "l
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16 50 9 00
3 3 35 5 38
3 45 5 48
42 3 47
52 3 57
53 3 58
05 4 10
2 144 19
2 15 4 20
2 23 4 28
2 25 4 30
2 30 4 35
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All trains daily except Sundays.
A Special Train (Iibor Train) will leave Yuiluku daily, except Sun
days, at o:o0u. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connect
ing with the 0:00 11. m. train for Puunene.
. UAGOAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be
carried free of charge on each whole ticket, anU 75 pounds 01
each half ticket, when baggage is in charge of and on the same
train as the holder of the ticket. For excess baggage 25 cents per
100 pounds or part thereof will be charged.
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C.
C. No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
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for it this season? rfm
We vl prepared it never Veiore 10 rnti joar
Wftntft in vetaaiaa end harnet There I ooth
ins euperior to wittt we are cbowinx. in tarte,
tyle tJ aervice. Absolute hweeor in make
aw ' Osteal. You will agree w.W we teU joa
ITS THE FAMOUS
No matter what yon went it it't a barnou Of
- aomwriinr that rune on wheele, we've
got it or Mill quickly k.
Comu la eo4 fiwi wit oe. Everybody kMen
DAN T. CAREY
VVAILUKA, MAUI, T. If.
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