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Tim MAUI NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH, 28, 1914.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS.
Gives careful attention to all business commended to its charge
ALL TRANSACTIONS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
(mi .urniint of its ample capital , law surplus ami
careful management, it offers the highest possible
security to Depositors.
C. H. COOKE,
C. D. LUFKIN,
IL ' ;i
By ELLIOT MANSFIELD
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rom-hi'3, lionn'ls nn j bolstors; t'iugh socn1 prnwtlibutt cut lileknry
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colors to stand the exposure necessary to farm work.
TEIE STUOEBIECER WAGOfJ
Is made in many sizes and styles fur every use to which n wagon is put.
If you vant a watfon, a cart or a harness for any use call rn us and we
II supply ynu from me Btnuenaner line, xno pruneoaser hooks
and get them wben you come to town.
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DAN T. CAREY, Wailuka, Maui,T. H.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and oi Sale. I
Importers Sz Dealers
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nbout the (Iivii'lex?
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"Want to lenrn the business, do
you?'' C'losscr suld. "Well, the quickest
way to lenni nnytliing is to do It.
Tlipro's n pang of counterfeiters to be
run down, and 111 put you on the Job.'
"Cnn't you give nio something ensler
to liegin on?' I asked.
"I pive you this bemuse It Is easy,"
bo replied. "A counterfeiter is bnndl
cappeit with n workshop. lie must
have bis contrivances to make bis bills,
and after be has made them be must
pet good money for them. Therefore
he Is In constant danger; lie's the easi
est rogue of nil to pet"
The Job he pave mo was very easy
because it was already half done. A
man in P... who lived alone in n
bouse he bad rented, that was big
enough for n large family, was sus
pected, and I was sent to locate op
posite him and get information as to
what ho was doing. I hired a room,
from the windows of which 1 could
look right down on to bis house, and
began my watch, dosser had told
mo that the surest way of petting him
was through his mail. The postman
often came when the suspect was out
and would drop his letter In an out
side box for that purpose. Seeing
him do so one evening after dark. 1
went across the street, took the box to
my room, opened it, took out the let
tors, steamed the gum by which the
envelopes were fastened, read the
mail, put the letters back in the en
velope and replaced the box.
The letters were nearly all from
business houses to which the man had
applied for a position, nothing what
ever incriminating In any of them. 1
wrote dosser that there must be some
mistake, mentioning my capturing of
the suspect's mail. My instructor re
plied that the letters had been pur
posely left In a box to throw a shadow
er off the track. I must look else
where for (ho real mail.
The next day a telegraph boy. called
at the fellow's bouse with n dispatch
and couldn't pet in. While he was
ringing I went over and asked him
whom be wanted. ITo banded me a
dispatch, which I opened and road
Can't you come homo for the week
end?" was all there was in it, and it
was signed "Mother." Giving the boy
dime, I sent him away. The envel
ope had been loosely gummed, and I
had no trouble ia putting it together to
look as If It had not been opened. I
shoved It under the door and went to
my room. I hadn't been there long be
fore the suspect returned, opened tho
dispatch, read it and went Into the
When I reported this to dosser he
wrote me that the fellow had doubt
less sent the dispatch to himself to
mislead a shadower. I'd better look
out fur some means of communication
not so public. Asking me if there were
any deliveries of supplies made at tho
house, I told bim that a baker's boy
carried a loaf of bread there every
morning, dosser wrote mo to Ho in
wait for a loaf and take It in. I didn't
see any sense in doing so, but obeyed.
The next morning I was up early, nnd
when the boy came along and left tho
bread I went circultously across the
street, took the loaf and broke it into
small pieces. Finding nothing in it, I
roKrted the fact to my chief, who re
plied that if I had been seen by tho
man opposite I bad blocked my own
game. One thing I noticed no more
bread was left nt tho house.
Closser wrote mo that it might be
a good idea to scrape an acquaintance
wllh the suspect. I met him (pur
posely) Just before ho went into his
house and asked bim to tell me the
way to the Union depot. lie seemed
as willing to talk as I was, and I soou
learned that Ills undo owned tho
bouse be was in and permit ted him to
room there while he looked for n posl
tlnn. This seemed to explain every
thing, and I wrote to dosser that he
bad sent mo on a fool's errand. I was
tired of It nnd was going home. He
replied that I'd better remain one day
longer, which I did.
The next day about noon I saw sev
eral men loitering around the suspect's
house nnd presently saw the suspect
led out with a pair of bracelets on
his wrists. I was dumfounded. Not
knowing any better way to find out
tho facts. I went homo nnd straight to
"Who arrested that young man?"
"lie was arrested by my order."
"Hut I've found out nothing against
"So, you haven't, but others have.
You wanted to learn something, and I
sent you where you could do so. I had
the fellow nearly cornered nnd sent
you to watch bim in order to throw
him off tho track of the real detectives.
I gave you one point, but you bungled
it and put us back by your inexperi
ence. Tho man received his mnll bak
ed in bread, but only on certain days,
or, rather, when a mall wns sent him.
On the day you captured the loaf that
contained nothing bo wns watching
you nnd snw that his mnll carrier was
known. Tho telegram ho sent himself
purposely to fool you."
"Rut how did be know I was watch
"Oh, you couldn't watch n man from
an opposite window with state prison
fctaiing him in the face without his
getting on to it sooner or later. But
you were of great vnlue to us."
Notice is hereby given that un
der the power of sale contained in
that certain mortgage dated the
22nd day of December, A. D. 1910,
from SAM KAMAKAU, of Maka
wao, County of Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, to NINA II. IIAYKS, of
said Makawao, of record in the
Registry Office in Honolulu, in
Liber 381, on pages 174 and 175,
the owner and holder thereof in
tends to foreclose the same and
sell the mortgaged property there
in named, because of non-payment
of principal and interest due on
the promissory note secured there
by. The above mentioned mort
gage was given to secure the pay
ment of a promissory note for two
hundred and sixty dollars of even
date therewith, payable two years
after date bearing interest at the
rate of ten per cent annum, exe
cuted by the said Sam Kamakau to
Nina II. Hayes.
Notice is likewise given that,
after the expiration of three weeks
from date of first publication of
this notice to wit, on Saturday,
! April 18, 1914, at 12 o'clock noon
of said day, the said mortgaged
property, for the reasons above
stated, will be-sold at public auc
tion at the front entrance to the
First National Bank of Paia, build
ing on the Makawao-l'aia road, in
the town of l'aia, district of Maka
wao, County of Maui, T. II.
Terms of Sale Cash.
Deeds at the expense of pur
chaser. For further particulars apply to
A. F. Tavares, of Makawao, Attor
ney for the Mortgagee.
(Signed) NINA II. IIAYKS,
By her Attorney,
A. F. TAVARKS.
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Free of Charge
No matter what you may want in shoes we have it or will
get it for you if possible.
Our stock of shoes consists of Infants size 1 to Men's size
1 3 and are selected from responsible Manufacturers. We
don't sell shoddy goods. We want your account. Our Mail
order Department is ready to serve you and give you the best
results of its long experience.
We will prepay the mail charges on all original orders only
asking customers to pay on returns and exchanges.
Let us have your order and seo how it works.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, ! id.
P. O. IlOX 469
HONOLULU, T. H.
Description of Property to be Sold.
All that certain piece or
parcel of land situated at
Pulehuiki and Katnehameiki,
Kula, Island and County of
Maui, T. H., fully described
in Royal Patent (Grant) No.
5244, containing an area of
7.77 acres, being the prem
ises that were conveyed to
the said mortgagor by Keanu
Kolohe and husband by deed
dated the 22nd day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1910, duly re
corded in the Registry Office
All that certain piece or
parcel of land situated at
Pulehuiki, Kula, Island and
County of Maui, T. II., con
taining an area of 1.50 acres,
being portion of Patent
(Grant) No. 3896, and the
same premises that were con
veyed to the said mortgagor
by Keanu Kolohe and bus
band by deed dated the 22nd
day of December, A. D.
1910, duly recorded in the
said Registry Office at Honolulu.
March 2S, April 4, 11, 1914.
Tulepliouo II II
WivlluUn. Mnui, T. II.
P. O Hox 83
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.,
L.L2E I ! O I
General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines,
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.
Uimc O able ZKaliu in i Railroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1913
5 33'3 3
5 23 3 H
5 20J3 17
5 Jo 3 7
5 9 3 5
5 00 2 55
4 3 1 53
4 52.2 47
4 5i 2 46
4 452 4o
4 44 2 39
4 40 2 35
1 2.V-S 42,6 35
1 is;8 .v6 2'vI5-3
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408 50 1 30
50 9 00, 1 40
3 35 5 38
3 45 5 48
42 3 47
52 3 57
2 07 4 "
2 14 4 IQ'
2 15 4 2oj.
2 23 4 28:.
2 25 4 30 .
2 3 4 35 .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Ob" THE
SKCOXD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of the Kstate
of F. C. WITTROCK, late
liana, Maui, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to all
persons having claims against the
estate of F. C. Wittrock late of
liana, Maui, T. II. to present the
same, duty authenticated and with
proper vouchers if such exist, to
the undersigned; Hugh Howell of
Wailuku, Maui, T. II. adminis
tration of said estate, within six
months from date of publication
of this notice, or payment thereof
will be forever barred.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this
7th day March A. D. 1914.
Administrator of the Kstate of
F. C. Wittrock.
March 7, 14, 21, 23.
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2 ! 4
A M P M
. 0 L..Kahului..A 2. 56 223 15
2.5!A.-l'uuneuc..L; Oil 12 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sun
days, at 5:30 a. in., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. in., and connect
ing with the G:00a. in. train for I'liuncne.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be
carried free of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on
each half ticket, when baggage is in charge of anil on the game
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. V.
C. No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
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