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THU MAUI XFAVS, SATURDAY, SKl'TKMIiKK, 5 1914
THE WISDOM IN SAVING.
am whii saves a loi ui r is a
mvc :i ). .liar is a luiMic hem factor
A ilnll.ir put in the l'.ank at compmiii'l
nut I'iii'clicii it I'linuil 1 y ilroiilli:
si i i 1 c injui'i 'l liy heat r lv euM
iclU'fiK'tiir; one who teaches anutlielto
iiiul slimilil ! knigliteil liy (lie state.
interest lakes runt iiistiintly, it is
I'd. It can
dy fip- or ly
nut killed liy frost or i
y f;iiiiiiH' or pestilence
11. .... 1 . It will
( .M l liqimko ur
lint lie lust through a ho
nl frii hil (ir Imhhi ! i'ni p: l
lightning, u 1 1 . 1 1 1 , Slir:
;i IV :
in tl iff pocket, "nor Imrrow cil by
lion. It is Ix yoml tin? rcMi'li of
ik-lliirf, thug or iihipIcpi'. It
lny ainl liy night. Sun, lays, legal lmliilays ami week
mi' t it. It will not rust nor rot, nor In1 eaten liy
w ill sprout anil mature a crop of interest for you every year
ill (ternity ami llien lie as fresh ami as ready to go vvork
iml vmir ilrseemlaiit". a tin- day it was first carried to the
will lie a
;i 1 ul needs no i iversi el'
Tie investment of
pound i ntei'e-t is tiie I
t lie j;ivati -t and grain
slave that neither eats, drinks nor sleeps, nor dies,
mom v in a savings account at the haul; at
-t investment, the most pvulitable husiness
ft speculation thai I know anythin;: ahoiil .
IIKST NATIONAL I '-AN K OF NWIU'Kl'
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
HAd With Interest.
In l'u: iial .'. 's "Tracls In America In
17."i!i" Hie following incident is related:
Tlie . -.-1 1 t . 1 1 1 1 el' a I'.iilish mun-of war
cruising el)' tlie Massachusetts cnast
left Lis w ill1 In Huston. On one of his
visits to pint slie ciinic down to tin:
wharf In meet him. anil she was pub
licly Kissed j- her loving spouse. This
violation of "nc law was nt once re
ported, and tlu' captain was luou-hl
before the nuijji: -trale mill sentenced to
lie publicly whipped. There was no
getting out of il. M il tlie captain sub
mitted quite gracefully.
.lust before the departure of his ship
he (rave an elaborate cnti'i'tniniiicnt. to
which all of the magistrates were in
vitcd. After the festh it !.- were over
and every one had shaken h inds wi:h
the captain and w as going ovi i the
side the magistrates were seized by
the arm nnd stripped to the wi:N;.
Each cue was led In the g n -way.
where a vigorous boat -wain give h m
thirty-nine lashes on the ba:e buck
and then hustled liim mi l' into a l
amid the cheers of the while ship's
Importers Sz Dealers
WHOLESALE akd RETAIL
GASOLINE and DISTILLATE IN DRUMS
is t lie nanio wo have jrivon to tlo
results of a now process in plioto
r,iiliie enlartriiiLr a process
which is so superior to the old
stvle niethoils tliat tlie resultiiir
picture seems to be a contact I
print. We solicit a Trial order. 1
Hnrmliilii Phnln Qiinnlv fn I!
UUIIUIUIU 1 1IUIU .JUJJIJ VUi i
A good oil stove does all that
a wood or coal stove will da
and docs it quicker and easier.
There is no wood, coal or asb.es
That means light work and a clean
G w r. Pg rfe i on
OIL COOK STOVE
Lurns kerosene, the clean, cheap fuel. It is scien
tifically constructed. The chimneys direct a con
ccntratcd heat just under the cooking utensils.
And the heat can be regulated just like a
gas range. The New Perfection is an
iucai stove lor borne, camp or
bungalow. It doesn't over
heat the kitchen; doesn't
smoke; doesn't taint the food.
Ask to see it at your dealer's.
Standard Oil Company
What is a cure':" r.sl;s the editor cf
the London Ijiiicet in re; roving doc
tors for the loose vay in which tliey
use the word. "Nothing ever gets co.u
iletely well" is mi aphorism of a great
Only when the cause of a di-eascl
condition has liccn removed, lis clYecls
neutralized .'ind the organism protect
ed against its nctivitles in the future
Lave we the right to speak of the
cure of the patient, is the editors
opinion. Immunity conferred by su -h
a cure, ho says, may be only temporary.
Wliere a disease process is only lim
ited or shut off and its further spread
prevented, while the causal agent re
mains, we should speak of arrest, but
not of cure. AVhere grave organic
damage lias occurred and function has
been restored by vicarious activities
we should speak of the result ns qne
of repair or compensation.
jam sszm pwpsfiT
In "Tlie Desert and Mrs. Ajas," by
Kdward S. Moffat, one of the charac
ters, nn American girl, thus describes
Oil, Amy (she says), isn't it splendid
when you love some one? You just
want to sacrifice and give tip and
work and be devoured by tire or
drowned in ice water if it will do any
good. Sometimes it makes you feel,
oh, so strong! And then, almost right
nway, your knees get wabbly, nnd you
just turn into a cobblestone Inside,
And one minute he's looking nt you in
the most wonderful way, and you feel
ns if you were floating on a lovely pink
cloud, eating ice cream smothered in
violets, nnd the nest thing you know
something terrible happens, and every
thing goes to pieces, and you see that
be doesn't love you after all und,
Greek mythology created some fe
male deities who were supposed to in
habit the lower regions and visit the
earth to nvenge supposed wrongs and
punish their enemies. Black sheep
were sacrificed to them at night by
the light of torches, and they were rep
resented as horrid looking creatures,
wearing long, black robes, with snaky
locks, bloodshot eyes nnd clawlike
nails. Sometimes they had snakes or
torches in their hair and carried
scourges or sickles in their hands,
The Greeks called these imaginary
creatures Krinycs, and tlie Koinans,
ndonting the same idea, called them
furies. Vergil represents them as will-
in); ngents employed by the higher
gods to stir up mischief, strife und
hatred on the earth. I'hiladelphia
The Novelist Rebuked.
The late George Alfred Townscnd
rftatlri was lunching in New York
one dav when a novelist of the realist-
pesstmis. school begun to growl about
Gulping his drink and bolting his
boiled beef and cabbage, the novelist
In ii lonir harangue proved conclusive
ly that marriage was a failure.
When he had finished Guth gazed
nt him mildly and said:
"I tell von what it Is. Ed when a
man thinks marriage is a failure It's
nii'ltv blamed certain that his wife
thinks so too."
Commissioners Notice of Sale of
Notice is hereby given that, action
under and by virtue otjthat certain order
or decree made and entered by the Hon
orable Seldcn Ii. Kingsbury, Judge of
the Circuit Court for tlie Second Judicial
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, in the mat
ter of I?ook Tin Awana, et al, vs. I.ucin
da C. Carter, ct al wherein a partition of
certain property therein set forth and
described is prayed for; and wherein tlie
undersigned is appointed 03' tlie said the
Honorable Selden I?. Kingsbury, Judge
o tlie Circuit Court for the Second Judi
cial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, and
commissioned to act as Commissioner to
execute the said decree;
I will on Saturday, the 26th day of Sep
tember, IQ14, at 1 2 o'clock noon at the
front steps of tlie Courthouse of the Sec
ond Circuit Court at Wailuku, Maui
Territory of Hawaii, offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder and under the
terms and conditions herein and in said
decree set forth, the following described
properly, to wit:
I. 66-100 Acres of land, situate at
Waihiauui, Koolau, Island of
Maui, T. 11., described in and
covered by Royal Talent 3257,
Land Commission Award ";o49.
2. 1 .uo Acres of laud at Papakauka, j
Honuiiula, Maui, T. II., des-
3.42 acres inure or less;
Lot 4, containing an
2.53 acres more or less;
Lot 5, containing an
3.14 acres more or less;
Lot 6, containing an
3.79 acres more or less;
It 7, containing an area of
5.05 acres more or less;
Lot S, containing an area of
6.34 acres more or less;
Lot q, containing an
S.oS acres more or less;
Lot 10, containing an
8.57 acres more or less;
Lot 11, containing an alea of
9.76 acres more or less;
of and a part of that sub-division of the
Awana Estate Properties at Makawao,
Maui, T. II., according to survey, plat
and sub-division approved and adopted
in the said cause of Fook Tin Awana et
al vs. Lucinda C. Carter, et al: and beint?
a plat and sub-division of the following I
described properties, to wit:
(a) 1.3S acres of land at Makawao,
Maui, being a portion of those certain
premises conveyed by W. G. Irwin to
W. C. Crook by deed dated the 24th dav
of June, A. I). 1SS9, recorded in Liber
119 on pages 15 and 16, and being the
same premises conveyed by V. C. Crook
to T. Awana, by deed dated the 20th of
October, 1901, recorded in Liber 223011
(lil n'-. nrres of lml at Mabawan
cnbed ill and covered by Roval , ,- , , .
J Maui, r. H., beinu. portions of R. P. s
No.'s 75 and 2008, conveyed by George
K. Miner to T. Awana by deed dated
29th of August, 1891, recorded in Liber
133 pages 217 and 218.
(c) 32-100 acres at Makawao, Maui,
T. H-, being portions of R. p.'s 75 and
200H conveyed by George E. Miner to
T. Awana by deed dated the loth day of
iJectmlier, 1S91, recorded in Liber 133
on pages 461 und 462.
S.82 Acres of land at I'ulehu,
Kula, Maui, fully described in
and covered by Royal Patent
Lot I, containing an area of 1.96
Acres more or less;
Lot 2, containing an area of 3.44
acres more or less;
Lot 3, containing an area of
(dj 5.00 acres of land at Makawao,
Maui, being portion of R. P. 87 conveyed
by George E. Miner to T. Awana, by
deed dated the 2nd of September, 1898,
and recorded in Liber lS'i pages 107 and
(e) I. 1 1. 19 acres of land at Maka
wao, Maui, described in and covered
by Royal Patent No. 325;
2. 26.14 acres of land at Maka
wao, Mai.i, described in and covered by
Royal ratent No. 75, less portion pre
3. 2.00 acres of land at Makawao,
Maui, described in and covered by deed
of John Smith to David Muddox dated
and recorded in Liber 5 on pages 457 and
458; being the same premises conveyed
by George E. Miner to T. Awana by
deed dated the 15th of May, 1S95, and
recorded iu Liber 155 pages 102 and 103;
(f) 9-73 acres of land at Makawao,
I Maui, described in deed of Henry Smith
to T. Awana, dated the 1 8th of August,
1891, and recorded in Liber 133 on pages
1S2 and 183; and which said lots in said
sub division are set forth in plat hereto
Said sale to be made in parcels of one
piece or lot each, and to the highest bid
der for each piece or lot; from which said
highest bidder in each instance a deposit
of 10 of the prevailing bid shall be
exacted upon the fall of the hammer
balance of the purchate price to be paid
in cash, I'. S. gold coin, payable upon
the execution, acknowledgment and de
livery of deed or deeds therefor. Deeds
to be prepared at tlie expense of the
Dated the 27th day of August, I914.
VM. F. POGUE,
E. R. KEVINS,
Attorney at La-v, Wailuku.
Aug. 29, Sept. 5, 12, 19, 1914.
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ISO. 3 KMIi HT
Kegu'laT meetings will lie helil at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, WailuVu, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
111, 1 1 1 1 1 1 .
All visiting members are cordially in
viu-d to attend
J. T. 1-ANTOM, C. C.
A. C. RATTRAY, K. R. & S.
STKA WllKKKY 1' LA NTS l'ricc
'0001 J'T' 12; $1.50 jicr 100; $8
jcil 'D(. Five varieties.
WAILl'Kl' -:- I'HONK -:-
Drays, Express Wagons, lluggies, etc
Harness and Saddle Horses; 7-smter
Cadillac, l rnl MedeiroH, Chaufieiir;
al.1 .'-Ton lluick Truck, for hire Day and
Night. Special rates icr large parties.
We guarantee to make all steamer and
It is stated that worsted was first
spun at V.'orstead. Norfolk. England. In
the veal' 1"H. Stoi k'ni s made of this
material were at t'.rst very cheap and
used bv the p 'orer people. S-'hakespeare
uses ike v. old contemptuously in the
phrase, "Worsted stocking knave."
Delighting the Ee and the Ear.
"That pianist has remarkable hair.
"Yes." replied (lie theatrical mana
ger, "lie is one of the most compact
iii-oiiosltlons I know of. Not only does
he provide his own music, but he car
ries Ids own scenery." Washington
An Easy One.
Somebody write in and nsks us a
conundrum as follows: Why is a steel
cellar door like a glutton's dinner? Ite-
cnuse it is bolted down, or course-
; W '? - Ij- '
Tho' coining from Maui's smallest
district, I assure that I shall, if elected,
represent all Maui County iu the Senate.
(Sig.) G. P. COOKE.
Subject to the approval of the Repub
lican voters of the Third Representative
District, I hereby offer myself as a can
didate for the House of Representatives,
and I pledge myself to supjKirt the plat
form of the Republican party in this
(Sd.) J. K. PUU.
Paraguay' Giant Wasc
raraguay is the home of a giant
wasp so terrible that most native for
est hunters fear it more than they do
snakes, centipedes or spiders.
Not Much Mind.
rinhead 'Tis the mind that makes
the body rich. Miss Pickles-Don't
worry. I'overty Is no crline. Birming
To the Voters of Maui County,
Relieving in the principles of the
Republican Party, and as a member o
the Republican Party, I beg to place my
name before you for the nomination as
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V . -
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Suliject to the will of the voters of
Muui, I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the position of Representative.
If nominated and elected I promise to
support to the best of my ability the
platform of the Republican party iu this
Territory, and the interests of Maui
County in particular.
HON. P. J GOODNESS.
1 beg to announce that I will be a
Candidate for re election to the House of
Representatives on the Republican
Ticket at the coming Primary, and
pledge myself to support the Platform of
he Republican Party. .
Your obedient servant,
P. J. GOODNESS, (Kukaneki)
I hereby announce that I will
Candidate for re-election to thefilouse oa
Representatives 011 the Republican Tick
et at the coming Primary, and uledge
myself to support the Platform of the
John wii.cox, (Wilikoki)