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TIIIC MAUI NKWS, .SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1913.
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IX TIIK (lUlTIT COl IiT OF TIIK SKl'OXD
JIMCIAI. CIHcriT TKIf MTOliY OK
At Chiitnliers In Probate,
In the Matter ol the Kstate of
JOHN' KALUNA, Late of Tain, Maui,
The undersigned having been appointed
Administrator of the Kstate of John
Kahlua, deceased, late of Taia, Maui,
T. II. hereby j;ives notice to all creditor's
of the said deceased to preseut their
claims, duly authenticated and with
projier vouchers, if any exist, even if the
claim is secured by mortgage upon real
estate, to him at his place of business at
Kahului, Maui, T. II. within six mouths
from the date of first publication hereof,
or within six months from the day they
fall due, or if not so presented they shall
be forever barred, and payment thereof
shall not be made.
Date of first Publication Oct. 25, 1913.
I). C. LINDSAY,
Administrator of the Kstate of John Ka
E. R. KEVINS,
Attorney for Administrator.
Oct. 25, Nov. I, 8, i5, 22.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Commissioner's Notice of Sale of
Pursuant to an Order made by
the Honorable Seidell 15. Kingsbury,
Judge of the Circuit Court of tlie
Second Circuit, Territory of Ha
waii, sitting at Chambers, in Equi
ty, on the 31st day of October,
11)13, in the suit of James L. Coke
et ill vs. Kelii Liilii Kaniakele et al
the undersigned, as Commissioner
herein, will sell at public auction, to
the highest and best bidder, sub
ject to confirmation of the Court.
On Saturday, the 13th day of
December, A. I). 1913. at 12 o'clock
noon of said day, at the frontdoor of
the Court house, atWailuku, County
of Maui.Territory of Hawaii, the fol
lowing real estate, to wit:
All those certain lots, pieces and
parcels of land situate at Keokea,
Kula, Maui, described as folhvos:
1. Royal Patent 50G7, L. C. A.
4120 B. to Kapohaku; Apana
1, 11.70 Acres; Apana 2,
3.01 Acres; Apana 4, 2. (J0
2. Royal Patent C523, L. C. A.
5275) to Palekai; Apana 1,
1.37 Acres; Apana 2, 1.3.S
Acres; Apana 4, 10.40 Acres;
3. Royal Patent 51 88, L. C. A.
G503 to Apiki; Apana 1,
2.40 Acres; Apana 2, 75)-100
4. Royal Patent 7540, L. C. A.
G417 to Kaio; Apana 1, 3.14
Acres; Apana 2, 41-100 Acres;
5. Royal Patent 2793, L. C. A.
5207 to Kauhiahiwa, 3ls
G. Royal Patent G190, L. C. A.
G179 P. to Kalama; Apana
2, 8.11 Acres.
Said pieces of land contain
ing in the aggregate an area
of 48.7G5 Acres.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash in U.
S. (! old Coin. Deeds to be at the
expense of purchasers. A deposit
of 10cc of the price bid will be re
quired to be made by the purchaser
at the fall of the hummer.
For further particulars, apply to
James L. Coke, ui. his ollice at
McCandless Building, Honolulu, or
Enos Vincent, Wailuku.
EDMUND II. HART,
Nov. S, 15, 22, 29.
James C. Toss, Jr.,
Civil engineer t Surveyor.
Office Makkf.t & Main St.
Wailuku :-: :-: Maui
COURT VAUEY ISLAND NO. 9239, A. 0. F.
Regular meetings held at "Castle
Hall," Wailuku, on First and Third
Thursdays of each month. Visiting
brothers cordially invited.
JOHN K. GARCIA, C. R.
J. S. MKDEIROS, F. S.
Telegraph News of the Week
HONOLULU, Not. 20. The Kellelt case is progressing and wit
nesses ore telling stories of alleged brutality. t
Judge Parson's decision in the Ferry vs llaknlau plantation case
has been aHiriiied by the Supreme Court.
The Punahou football team was defeated yesterday by the Hono
lulu School for Boys team.
Dick Sullivan is to appear before the license commissioners and
explain how it was that an attempt to frame up a horse race took
place in his saloon. The horse that was to be fixed was Oneonto, and
John O'Roui'kc is said to have discovered the plot, which is said to
have been engineered by Charlie Reilly, a prizefighter.
L. A. Thurston says that the National Park at Kilauea stands a
good chance of being established as he had a long talk with Secretary
Lnne about the matter.
The Japanese press asks the police to put a etop to gambling out
The Welch case is part heard and will be continued today, when
the prosecution will begin in earnest.
Cieorge l. Carter bus arranged with the JJank of Hawaii to pay
warrants for the city until funds are available.
Board of Health regulations are held up because there is no gov
ernor to sign the orders.
HONOLULU, Nov. 19 The trial of Sergeant Kellett is being
conducted before the Civil Service Commissioners.
The Welch case is up before the Disti ict Court, and it has been
proved in a way that the woman owes Medeiros $5,000.
The opium conspiracy case is being tried before Commissioner
Davis. Cl)illiiiw(iith explained his part in the matter. It is a
tangled mess and hard to properly understand.
The llumulu sheep ranch appeal case has been decided in favor
of the ranch owners and the valuation of the eftate has been set a'
The Japanese woman who is alleged to have been assaulted at
Iwilei now says that no negroes were present, and that three white
oldiers are the criminals.
Williard Brown succeeds Reidford as manager of the Bishop
Judge Cooper has wired that he has not resigned his position on
"Jack'' Atkinson is said to be aspiring to the position of judge oi
the First Circuit Court.
Kellett has been fired by the sheriff, and McDufiie is trying to
get him re-instated, as his work in the past has been good.
Mrs. Richard Lane, of this city, died last night.
Sum Parknr will be a guest on the new steamer Matsona, from
New York to Honolulu.
HONOLULU, Nov. 17. Heavy rains have fallen and an immense
amount of water has been saved.
John Tahea, postmaster at Heeia, has been found not guilty of
The Punahou beat the All Ilawaiis by a score of 6 to 5; the
Chinese beat the Pawaas, 5 to 1. The Town team beat Tuiiahou 14
t 0, at football.
G. J'. Wilder is said to have discovered a very rare species of tree
on Maui. The tree is very old and is dying.
The Outrigger Club was robbed last night and some of the silver
trophies were taken. '
WASHINGTON. Nov. 20. Tbe Second Cavalry is to remain ta
Fort Bliss and the Fifth at Iluapaupa; both will be ready to cross the
border at short notice.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18. An amendment to the Currency Bill
allows bankers to loan money on real estate up to one-third of the
time deposits they may have. This applies mainly to loans on farm
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 18. The Sonoma left with a full cargo
and many passengers.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18. Wilson is reported to have said:
"Iluerta should go and hang himself.''
LAWRENCE, Nov. 17. Thirty thousand wool workers have
struck for eight hours work, instead of twelve hours, as at present.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 17. Representative Riley asks that the
cigar combine be probed.
NEW YORK, Nov. 17.--Sulzer starts on his lecture tour next
week and will call the first 'The Treachery of Tammany.''
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1G. Over 400 presents have been delivered
here for Miss Wilson.
NEW YORK, Nov. 1G. Sulzer has signed a contract to deliver
40 lectures within the next few months.
NEW YORK, Nov. 1G. Taft has declared that he made a mis
take in pardoning banker Morse.
Secretary Garrison says that the United States army is in better
condition now than ever before.
Cl'l'y OF MEXICO, Nov. 20. Iluerta today met O'Shannessy
and greeted him most affectionately.
ST. PETERSHURG, Nov. 20. The Grand Duke Alexis narrowly
escaped death today when he was thrown from his automobile ufter a
PARIS, Nov. 20. McConib has refused the Ambassadorship to
CITY OF MEXICO, Nov. 18. Jurita has been offered the cabinet
position vacated by Adelpo. The final effort which is expected to
drive Iluerta from power is said to be approaching. Iluerta and
Blanquet are at logger heads and the army is solid behind the latter
CITY OK MEXICO, Nov. 17. Iluerta will now fight to the end.
Negotiations with the United States have been broken off.
MONTREAL, Nov. 1G.
all her crew were drowned.
The collier. Bridgeport, is a wreck and
She was from Newcastle with coal.
BERLIN, Nov. 1G. All efforts to present a petition, signed by
500 000 German-Americans and 12S editors, to the Kaiser, have been
CITY OF MEXICO, Nov. 1G . One of Huerta's Cabinet oflicers,
Adelpho, has been dismUsed for asking Iluerta to resign and allow
some one else to become president.
TOKIO, Nov. 14. Iluerta has placed an order for 15,000,000
rounds of ammunition and for 45 field artillery guns.
PURE KAUPAKALUA is becoming the favorite
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