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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1915.
OUR ISLAND CONTEMPORARIES
Fancy a man working up from tioth
lng to a Rood poRition during twenly
years residonre in these islands anil
then throwing it all nway and point;
to Jail simply in an effort to keep up
the social pare. Hawaii Herald.
The necessity for a more definite
orKanlzation of the Civic Conventions
was very clearly Bhown by the re
sults of the convention just held at
Llhue. The convention really did
nothing but pass a couple of resolu
tions which had no opposition and
listen to addresses which were not
debated at all. As a body for the
discussion of, and action upon, pub
lic questions it was therefore a good
deal of a failure. Owing to the rule
against allowing the delivery of ad
dresses by proxy, the convention fail
ed to hear several of the most Import
ant addresses prepared for it, and
they were simply filed, unread, to be
incorporated in the report of the con
vention. The rule is a good one, and
it is to be hoped that the committee
on permanent organization will adopt
it. It would also be well, if the inter
island discussions are to amount to
anything, to provide a convention pro
gram which shall give time for de
bate upon any address presented.
With a definite organization so formed
that its members' influence as an or
ganization can be used, the next civic
convention, to be held in Hilo, should
prove to be a strong influence for
good administration of public affairs.'
The plan for a road across Hawaii
county from Hilo to Kailua is likely
to have the backing of the next le
gislature. It promises to open for set
tlement the largest area there is in
the Hawaiian Islands of land suitable
for fruits, vegetables and other pro
ducts of the temperate zone. It is
an ambitious plan that is proposed by
those working for this road, connect
ing Hilo with Kailua by direct high
way of only about six miles' length,
with a prospect of settling twelve
thousand or more acres of fertile land
lying between the two great mountain
peaks of Hawaii, in a temperate zone
climate. It is claimed that vegetables
and fruits for which Honolulu pays
to the Mainland more than a million
dollars a year can be produced on this
land. Hilo Tribune.
Through peanut politics, it is charg
ed, we have lost the free service of
IIALEAKALA RANCH CO to John
Boteilho; Lot 5, Haleakala Ranch
Homesteads, Makawao, Maui. Sept
30, 11915. $700.
MARIA J DE SILVA to John & Helen
de Costa; pc land, Kokomo, Maka
wao, Maui. Sept 20, 1915. $1.
BARENAF KAHOPUOKU to Tam Fat
Sing; 2 A land, Kula-Makawao
Govt Rd, Maui. July 5, 1915. $125.
HALEAKALA RANCH CO to Frank
F Baldwin; por Or 836, Kula, Maui.
Sept 29, 1915. $5070.
HATTIE A K O'NIELL to Kawaipapa
Agrctl Co, Ltd; 2 A in hui land
rents &c, Kawela, liana, Maui. Oct
9, 1915. $36.
NAKOOLANI (widow) to Kawaipapa
Agrctl Co., Ltd; 3.095 A in hui
land rents &c, Kawela, Hana, Maui.
Oct 9, 1915. $72.
JOHN HELEMAUNA & VF to Trs of
lands, Kahana, etc, Kaanapali, Maui.
Est of H P Baldwin; int in hui
Sept 14, 1915. $50.
JOHN E PIRES to Hashimoto; pc
land, Pulehulki, Kula, Maui. Sept
27, 1915. $300.
WILLIAM K SCIIOLTZ to Keahu
Ranch Co; 3 pes land, Aapueo, Kula,
Maui. Oct 1, 1915. $750.
ADRIAN E KEANU to Chee Tong;
R P 3898, Kamahameiki, Kula, Maui.
Sept 3, 1915. 10 yrs at $35 per yr.
Release of Mortgage
S YAMASAKI to Julia H At Lock &
Ah Lock; int in pc land, Paia, Ma
kawao, Maui. Sept 21, 1915. $100.
SCHUMANN CARRIAGE CO, LTD
with Ned Nicholas, to sell fdjr
$1200, Republic truck, Wailuku,
Maui. Sept 11, 1915. $350.
SCHUMANN CARRIAGE CO, LTD
with J. Kiyonaga, to sell for $950,
automobile, Lahaina, Maui. Sept 23,
SCHUMANN CARRIAGE CO, LTD
with Y. Shlromitzu, to sell for $1550,
automobile, Puunene, Maul. Sept 24,
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO,, LTD
with S Hanaoka, to sell for $950,
automobile, Kahului, Maul Sept 9,
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO, LTD
with Joseph F Welch, to sell for
$350, automobile, Wailuku, Maul.
Sept 18, 1915. $100.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO, LTD
-with Frank Santos, to sell for $1350,
automobile, Wailuku, Maui. Sept ?3.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO, LTD
with Manuel R Coelho, to sell for
$950, automobile, ai'.ul.u, Maul.
Sept. 23, 1915. $500.
K JUTARO to von Hamm-Young Co,
Ltd; Automobile, Hi:v.akUf.rioKo,
Maui. Oct 5, 1915. J625.
A really skillful woman can laugh at
a pointless joke just as easy.
One Hawaiian muie, broken to har
ness and saddle, In sound coudltion;
and one 3-year-old colt, broken to sin
gle harness. Apply et
tf. MAUI WINE & LIQUOR CO.
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Entered of Record j
the Territorial prisoners who built the
crater road and miles of other good
road. The Territory gave their ser
vices and fed them. It's up to Su
pervisor Kauhane to rise and explain
why he let this prize slip through his
fingers. It he has too many needy
relations, as is hinted, taxpayers
want to know. Kohala Midget.
One alligator pear tree In Los An?re
los county, Cal., is Insured for $30,000;
last year $1,500 worth of pears and
$1,500 worth of bud wood were sold
from it ; besides the half has not been
told dyes,, soap and oils can be made
the seed. Hawaii Is tramping over
acres of diamonds and hasn't found it
out yet. Kohala Midget.
Treasurer McCarthy seems to be
complaining because we don't have
more fires, in Hawaii. Mavbe he has
never heard the question the Hebrew
asked his nephew who boasted of his
highly-insured stocks of goods in sev
eral stores: "Vy don't you?'" signi
ficantly demanded the uncle. Kohala
It will be rubbing it in to have the
old China back on the run and Hono
lulans barred from traveling on her.
The Stars and Stripes are down and
the Five Stripes of China up. Three
cheers for the New Freedom and
Andy Furuicth! Advertiser.
Richard Ramos, Filipino.
Richard Ramos, Filipino, pleaded
guilty to taking sixty-three dollars of
another's money. Yesterday he was
sentenced to pay a flue of $200 and
to spend one week in jail. He had
been brought back to the Territory
from San Francisco.
If Ramos had secured $26,000
through fraud, on the same ratio of
punishment, he would have been en
titled to a fine of $82,200 and eight
years and twenty-seven days in jail.
Or, if he had stolen $10,000 from
his employers, carefully plotting to
place the b'.ame upon innocent per
sons, he would have been fined $31,
6t)0 (and sentenced to spend three
years and eleven days in jail. .
Of course, if Ramos were a white
man, with influential friends, some
different sentence might have been
imposed, but we hardly suppose so.
Justice is blind and recognizes neither
color line nor social position Adver
RAMON At the Insane Asylum, Ho
nolulu, October 12, 1915, Gregorio
Ramon, of Hilo, Hawaii, single, la
borer, a native of Porto Rico, thirty
five years old.
SAYLOR In Honolulu, October 12,
1915, Alberta Ellis, wife of Rev.
Frank A. Saylor, Epiphany Mission,
aged thirty-one years.
TSUJITA At the Japanese Hospital,
River street, Honolulu, October 12,
1915, M. Tsujita, member of the
Meijl University baseball team, a
native of Hokkaido, Japan, twenty
KALAMA OPIO In Honolulu, Octo
ber 8, 1915, Mrs. Beke Kalama Opio,
of Papakole street, Punchbowl, a na
tive of Kohala, Hawaii, forty-eight
RILEY In Honolulu, October 8, 1915,
Sergeant George Riley, 104th Com
pany, Coast Artillery Corps, U. S. A.,
Fort Armstrong, unmarried, a native
of Asten, Colorado, thirty-four years
LUM At Leahi Home, Honolulu, Oc
tober 10, 1915, Lum Sing, of Waipa
hu, this island, widower, cook, a na
tive of China, forty-five years and
four months old.
Weekly Market Letter
Butter received from the other is
land shipped in pound block? and tubs
arrives in much better condition than
formerly and is meeting a better sale
Island eggs are scarce and the demand
Theoe 's a scat city ot sland poultry
in the market. Good fat ch'.ckens can
be sold readily at good prices. The
Division has recently had requests for
settings of eggs and young pullets.
Anyone having these for -ale should
notify the Division. From present
indications the turkey crop will be
short and prices relativi'.y high.
Three new steel sanitary poultry
crates, eight compartments each, ar
rived by the last steamer and are now
in use in the ealcsroom. These ob-,
viate the necessity of keeping poultr
outside in the sun in wooden rras
and facilitate the handling of poultry
consignment. The Division can now
handle twenty-four consignments at
one time and keep the ciates clean
and sanitary with a minimum of
work. What we need now is several
consignments of fat poultry to fill
them. There would be no question
about getting a sale for them.
Due to the low price of California
grapes, a large shipment of Isabella
grapes. from Hilo was hard to Bell. Peo
ple wanting grapes for making Jelly
can get them at the Division.
Work on the Marketing Division
building is progressing satisfactorily
and it is to be hoped that everything
will be in. readiness within a month.
A. T. LONG LEY,
Supt. Territorial Marketing Divi
sion. Riches have wing?, but they don't
seem to have any tail that you can put
A conservative estimate of theor
stalk production of this country is
150,000,000 tons. X
On the Other Islands
Aala Park For Carnival.
Although the city and county at
torney has given an onlnion that thb
city cannot grant the use of the city
parks to a private corporation, and
holds that the Mid-Pacific Carnival
Association is such a corporation, the
supervisors this week by unanimous
vote decided that the park Is to be
given for the purpose desired. Direc
tor General Henry Cooper proposes
using Aala Tark for a Hawaiian vil
lage, in which all the concessions,
and many of the chief features of the
big mid-winter carnival will be held.
Honolulu's new city planning com
mission was approved by the board
of supervisors this week. The com
mission is as follows: Mrs. J. M.
DowsettwMrs. F. J. Lowrey, Arthur
F. Wall, Walter F. Dillingham and
Delegate J. K. Kala.niar.aolo. The
appointment of thetwo women mem
bers of the commission was made
public several days ago by the mayor.
The well known Island engineering
firm, the Lord-Young Company, has
changed ownership, in that H. Hack
fold & Company have taken over the
stock of F. E. Thompson and other
members of the co; port't'en, and now
control the organisation. E. J. Lord
will remain as president and manager.
Would Rebuild Old Judd Road.
Chairman Kauhane, of the Hawaii
board of supervisors is trying to per
suade the people of the Big Island
that a road from Ililn to Kailua,
directly across the island, would be a
good thing, and that the county should
bond itself for the necessary money.
The road would pass between the
mountains of Mauna Loa and Mauna
Kea. The plan has not taken very
strongly as yet.
Algaroba Seed For South Africa.
Seventeen sacks of Hawaiian alga
roba beans, weighing a quarter of a
ton, were shipped in the Sonoma last
week to Johannesburg, South Africa,
ThU large amount of kiawe beans is
to be used for seed '.n starting exten
sive algeroba forests in the arid lands
of the South Africa Union.
Weeden Gets Black Eye
Hurries Back to Coast
Capt. H. F. Weeden, was not in com
mand of the Matson liner Manoa when
that vessel sailed for the coast last
Tuesday. Instead Captain Weeden re
turned to San Francisco as a pas
senger on the Ventura several days
before. It is rumored that Weeden
has been relieved of his command on
account of trouble which he had on
the last down trip of the vessel with a
female passenger. While in Honolulu
last week Weeden had some kind of
an encounter on the wharf from
which he emerged with a badly black
ed eye and cut cheek. The Manoa was
In command of First Officer J. W.
Jory when she was at Kahului last
week, and the vessel was taken to the
Coast in command of Chief Officer W.
M. Rind, of the Matsonia.
THE NEXT MAIL8.
Malls are due from the following
points as follows:
San Francisco By Lurline, Oct. 19.
Yokohama By Nippon Maru, Oct. 20.
Australia By Sonoma, Nov. 4.
Vancouver By Makura, Nov. 3.
Malls will leave for the following
points as follows:
San Francit.co By Matsonia, Nippon
Maru, Oct. 20.
Yokohama By Tenyo Maru, Oct. 29
Australia By Ventura, Nov. 1.
(Mails subject to correction on ar
rival of ships.)
"Write an editorial," said the pub
lisher of the Tibet "Courier" to his
editorial writer, "about the disgrace of
Prof. Scott Nearing's dismissal. Say
that free utterance Is necessary to
growth and to independent thinking;
that it is as necessary as a free press
and ought to be as common."
"But," said the editorial writer of
the Tibet "Courier," "I think a cer
tain amount of dogma is necessary.
Besides, we haven't a free press in
Tibet, and you know It."
"We have," yelled the publisher. "Go
ahead and write what I tell you. Who
owna'' this paper you or IT" Nw
Yok Tribune. ,
The Resident Government Physician
of the District of Makawao will visit
the schools on the following dates for
the purpose of examining all school
children and vaccinating all those not
October 18, 1915, Mul High School.
October 19, 1915, Paia Public.
October 19, 1915, Keahcau.
October 20, 1915, Huelo Public.
October 20, 1915, Peahe.
October 20, 1915, Kuiaha.
October 21, 1915, Haiku.
October 22, 1915, Makawao Public.
October 22, 1915, Kaupakalua.
October 23, 1915, Maunaolu Semin
ary. October 25, 1915, Hamakupokc
October 26, 1915, Paia Kindergarten.
October 27, 1915, HamakuapoK'o
October 27, 1915, Paia.
October 29, 1915, Haiku.
All parents or guardians desiring to
be present are hereby duely notified.
W. F. McCONKEY,
Ees. Gov't. Physician.
The following schools of Kibei and
ruunene Districts will be visited by
a government physician for the pur
pose of vaccinating all unvaccinated
children on the dates and time stat
Spreckelsvllle, Oct. 28, after 9 a. m.
Puunene, Oct. 28, after 9 a. m.
Puunene (Japanese), Oct, 29, after
9 a. m.
Klhel, Oct. 29 after 9 a. m
DR. G. C. MILNOR.
Notice Is hereby given that on Sat
urday, the 23rd day of October, 1915,
at twelve o'clock noon, in front of the
Iao Hotel in Wailuku, Maul, the un
dersigned will sell at public auction
all of the second hand law books, ink
wells, pen holders and other office
effects, the property of A. G. Cor
rea, now in the possesion of and held
by the Iao Hotel for an unsatisfied
claim of $32.00 duo and owing snid
Iao Hotel from A. G. Correa for room
Mrs. Rosa Enos,
Oct. 9, 16, 23.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TlfE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII. AT CHAMBERS: In the
Matter of the Estate nf F. C. WIT
TROCK, late of Hana, Maui, deceased.
Petition of Hugh Howell, Administra
tor of the above Estate, for Approval
of Accounts, Distribution and Dis
charge. IT IS ORDERED, that Thurs
day, the 18th day of November, 1915,
at 10 o'clock A. M., be and the same
Is hereby appointed for hearing said
Petition, In the Court Room of this
Court, in Wailuku, Maui, Territory of
Wailuku. Maul, October 8, 193 5.
BY THE COURT;
Edmund H. Hart, Clerk.
Atty. for Administrator.
Oct. 15, 22, 29.
My wife having left my bed and
board, I will mot hereafter .'be re
sponsible for any debts contracted by
her in my name.
Keanae, Maui, October 5, 1915.
The property of John E. Fires at
Omaopio, Maui, consisting of 71 acres
of land, niost of which is covered with
cactus. Also cattle, horses, pigs,
For further Information apply to
J. VINCENT, Waiakoa.
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hopping parties who visit the
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