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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1916.
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IN THE CUU IT rorilT OK THE
SECOND CIRCCIT, TI ;i! lUTOR Y OK
In the Matter of (lie
William T. Robinson
Deed of Trust of
. Trust ro. nr.drr
Deceased, for leave to sell certain
NOTICE OK SALE.
Under and by virtue of an Order
of the Honorable W. S. Edlngs. Judne
or the -Circuit Court for the Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, pitting at
chambers, in eriuity, made on the 2!)th
day of March, lltlfi. I will, on Saturday,
the 22nd day of April, 11)10, at 12 o'
clock noon of said day, at the front
entrance of Court House in Wailuku,
in the County of Maui Territory of
Hawaii, offer for sale and soil to the
highest bidder therefore, for cash, at
a price of not less than ?4n,(iuo, the
following described real estate held by
me in trust under deed of trust, of
John Ferreira, deceased, dated the 6th
day of January, 1902:
(1) All those premises described
in deed of of Louis von Tempsky and
wife to Augustine Enos and John
Ferreira (now deceased) situate in
Makawao, Maui, containing an acre of
Two Hundred and Ten acres, more or
less.said deed being of date August 2."),
1897, recorded in liber 177 on pages
93 and 9G;
(2) All those premises described
In deed of Charles K. I'arden and wife
to Augustine Enos and John Ferreira,
situate in said Makawao, Maui, said
deed being of date April 11, 3898. re
corded in liber 77, on pages 3G0-370;
(3) All that portion of those prem
ises described in deed of Mrs. Emilia
Leal and husband to Augustine Enos
and John Ferreira, situate in said
Makawao, Maui, the portion conveyed
hereby lying muuka of the govern
ment road containing an area of
twenty acres, said deed being of date
March 26, 1897. recorded in liber 177
on pages 370-371;
(4) That portion of Grant 3OS0
which lies north of the following
lines: Commencing at an iron pin at
the makal south corner of Grant 1213
joining Makaehu and running N. 72',
. 1631 feet to an iron pin at the
corner of fence and house; thence X.
74 W. ISO feet along fence to iron pin;
thence X. Cf Yv'. 3a.",G feet to an iron
pin at fence and road, thence in a
northeast direction along fence and
around the boundary of Grant 3US9
to point of beginning; containine an
area of Two Hundred and Forty, eight
(5) Those certain premises de
scribed in deed of Peter Genet to
Augustine Enos and John Ferreira,
being that portion of Grant numbered
1214, containing an area of seventy
acres; and that portion of the Ahu
puaa of Makaehu containing an area of
One Hundred acres, more or less, said
deed being of date August 31, 1897,
liber 177, pages 96-97;
(6) The premises described ' in
deed of A. Rorba and wife to Augus
tine Enos and John Ferreira. beimr
Grant numbered 1212 containing se
venteen ana 341100 acres, said deed
being of date May 1. 1889. recorded in
liber 111. page 468;
(7) Those certain premises fnllv
described in Grant 1638 to D. Maddox
at Keahua, Kula, Maui, containing an
area or 119.20 acres;
(8) Those certain premises situate
at Keahua, Kula, Maui, fully describ
ed in Grant 1213 and containing an
area of 22.96 acres;
(9) An undivided one-half interest
in and to those certain nieces nnrl
parcels of land situate at Kaupakalua,
Hamakualoa. County of Maui, fullv
described in deeds of Manuel D'Aimi
al and wife to A. E1103 and John Fer
reira, dated April 28th, 1897, recorded
In liber 168 on pages 364 and 363,
and deed of M. J. da Cost a and wife
to said A. Enos and John Ferreira,
dated December 2nd, 1897, and re
corded In Book 177 on pages 93 to
Also the rights and interest in and
to that certain agreement made and
entered into on the 28th day of Febru
ary, 1902, by and between A. Enos
and John Ferreira regarding water
and use of water and maintenance
and upkeep of pipe lines for conduct
ing water from the lauds in this sub
(10) An undivided one-half inter
est in and to the premises and lands
described in and conveyed to Au
gustine Enos and John Ferreira by
deed of Puu (k) and Kaholokai, his
wife, dated July 13. 1S!)9, recorded in
liber 198, pages 129-131; and
(11) An undivided one-half interest
in and to the premises and lands at
Kaupakalua, Hamakua, Maui, describ
ed in and conveyed by deed of Daniel
Nahaku to Augustine Enos and John
Ferreira dated April 18, 1901, and re
corded in Iiook 223, pages 30-31.
The above described property com
prises approximately one ihousand
(1,000) acres and will be sold as a
Terms of said sale: Cash on delivery
Dated this 29th dav of March. 1916.
WILLIAM T. ROBINSON.
E. R. BEVINS,
Attorney for Trustee.
March 31st, April 7th, 14th and 21st.
HILO MEN HAVE CLOSE CALL.
An automobile driven by Harry Ir
win, with whom Manuel Cadinha was
riding, was struck by a passing train
yesterday at the Kawainui crossing in
North Hilo, Hawaii. The machine
was picked up bodily by the cowcatch
er of the locomotive and thrown 2u0
feet. Irwin escaped with a few minor
bruises, but Cadinha was seriously,
though not fatally injured, according
to a wire less received here yesterday.
The auto mobile was coin plelely
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
P.uriK'tt. Attack mi Japanese maidens an insult to (iod and religion,
declares Mr. Yalmelii.
ASIIIXCITOX. March 30 Teuton sea raids attain tiring crisis
with llcrlin. Apparent utter disregard of American rights and protests
has developed another serious situation in hi;,' controversy. Officials
here are hopeless. See no reason for renewal of negotiations as report
is current that (lernian admiralty has sanctioned the sinking of ships.
PARIS. March 30 Kight shifts westward from Verdun to Malan
totirt. 1'rench and (iermans both claim small advances. One Avocourt
and the other further west. Paris admits officially gains of crown
prince. Talk that often delayed offensive by Allies, is once more heard,
as (ireat Pnlain rushes troops to different places on west front.
W'ASillXV.TOX, March 30 Assistant with secretary ot navy says
f.ritish licet has won greatest of war victories without firing a shot.
Iaid stress on fact that the Piiilish navy now controls high seas, de
priving central powers of all use of water ways.
l.OXDOX, March 30 P.ritish lads eager to join armv. Last
class of married men who have readied age of I'J years, called upon
by Derby plan.
WASHINGTON, March 30 Haters of P.ritish are behind war
plots, llorst von der Golz. prisoner in Kngland. is to be brought to
America to testify in investigation of alleged plots against American
Villa is admitted to have made escape. Cartanza permits use of
Mexican railroads by United .States army. Word from border is that
condition regarding use of Mexican railroads imposed by Carranza
is such that work will unnecessarily be hampered, and doubtful if
punitive force can be effectively served. Secretary of War P.aker an
nounced last night he has directed to send supplies to Pershing bv
Mexican railroad, but to observe conditions missed by Carranza.
Dispatches say that Villa is turning towards Santa Maria valley, and
is among friends. Yesterday another column of American cavalry
crossed border from Columbus. Understood this force will join main
regiment under Pershing.
PAXGOlv, Me., March 30 Democrats announce President Wil
son is held greatest living statesman.
WASHINGTON", March 30 Debating on army still draws big
crowds. Galleries fdled for discussions.
ATIIKXS, March 29 Repeated air raid on Saloniki by Teutons,
culminating in the attack on Monday, both north and in the harbor,
stirred Greece to rage. P.omhardment of Greek citv. involving death
of Greek soldiers and civilians has
printing bitter editorials against continuance of Greek neutrality. De
clare that Greece should join actively with Allies.
l.OXDOX, March 29 Germain's under-sea warfare rntiilnn
and several vessels" sunk, among them neutrals.
rrench launch own oltensive
CLEVELAND, O., March 29
here. Two sections of llyer crashed, then "20th Century Limited" hits
debris. Thirty persons killed and 40 others ininred rw .f
wrecks ever oecuring in country.
burg P.altimore Puffalo Flyer . was delayed near the village of
Amherst and set behind a warning signal. The second section of the
Flyer failed to notice signal in the fog, and crashed into preceding
section. The "20th Century Limited" west bound, hurled into the
wreckage, which had spilled over the west bound track.
HONOLULU, March 29 Threat of free sugar in 1920 is not
unwelcome. Local men believe it will keep beet sugar men from erect
ing more refineries. Kodiek says Kitchin bill may still pass. Amended
measure reported out of committee, referred to need of more revenue.
Ordnance depot is an imperative necessity here so says P.rigadier
General Crozier, in note of recommendation to congressional committee.
Five magazines will cost a total of SS5.000. Storehouses will cost
$99,000. Entire cost at Shafter,S300,000.
Vincent, a Filipino, struck Antonia, his wife on head because she
failed to have dinner ready.
Policemen in politics to be protected now. T. J. Kyan to file
objections with civil service commission. McCandless think Rose
leans other way. See signs that sheriff is siding with McCarthy
HONOLULU, March 29 Supervisors must have quick relief
or will dissolve. First draft of memorial for special session of the
legislature submitted. Prompt assistance is demanded. Financial
straits confront municipality and all departments are crippled or ham
pered. Hawaiian exhibit at Pan-Pacific fair attracting much attention.
PanPacific building promises to be big attraction during 1916. Hitch
cock's and other local painlings.and music of Islands popular.
McCandless wing of democrats sore. Jarrett, Rose and Fern
said to be after control of democratic part)'.
WASHINGTON, March 29 Cavalryman forced to die in cam
paign against Villa. Member of 10th regiment, George llundcll, killed
when freight car, siezed by Pershing, overturned, on Friday south of
Casa Grande. Commander now using Mexican railroad line. Wash
ington hears unofficially of action taken by expedition leaders south of
border without waiting for permission.
Commission reports sugar beet growers should be protected.
Federal board says Cuban cane menaces one half of American in
dustry. Committee has been studying physical and financial condi
tions of beet sugar industry, but will make no recommendation to
LONDON, March 29 Ships are sunk in large number. Ger
man destroyer sent to bottom, while Teuton raiders destroy merchant
men. SHANGHAI, March 29 Yuan Shih Kai is pronounced a
traitor to his country. Members of national assembly declare for
PARIS, March 29 Allies again confirm their intention to fight
to end. Representatives of entente powers in conference here, re
affirm determination to carry on big war to victory. Conflict still rag
es along battle front. Germans are repulsed repeatedly in France by
both French and P.ritish, while in east Russians lose heavily in men.
WAS1IINGTOX, March 29 Senate will consider army reor
ganization. First of important defense measures comes up today.
LONDON', March 29 War plot in labor circles is exposed.
Clyde workers committee is charged with aiding enemy.
Terrific blizzard sweeps over England. Worst storm in present
generation sweeping England and Wales.
WASHINGTON, March 29 - Aerial service is proposed for
coast guard service. Congressman Montague has introduced bill to ap
propriate $300,000 for establishment of aerial corps.
LOXDOX, March 29 Senii-oliicial dispatch says 5 German
aeroplanes bombarded Saloniki early today. Eighteen civilians killed
and 21 wounded.
WASHINGTON, March 2S One cent tariff until 1920. No
special taxes. Senate democrats in caucus and finance committee, vote
down internal revenue plan. Upper house will consider favorably
report next week. Then bill goes to lower house for agreement on new
feature. Vote on the plan to linyl the tariff to 1920 carried by 23 to 7.
United States asks whether Germany hit Sussex. P.y a vole of
10 to 9 today judiciary committee voted to postpone indefinitely the
consideration of all suffrage and prohibition proposals which are be
Chief of Staff General Scott, today, authorized 12 Indian chiefs
o Arizona to make enlistment as guides and scouts to assist LT. S. army
officials in getting over the country in which Villa is now hiding.
aroused nevvsianers which are
in Verdun district, taking terrain
Many dead in triole wreck near
First section of the double Pitts
V1ATSQN NAVIGATION 00.
26$ Market Street, San Tranciscc, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
January February March
Lurline 92 Jan. 4
Hyades 53 Jan. 6
'Enterprise. .131 Jan. 8
Wilhelmina.. 78 Jan. 12
Manoa 25 Jan. 18
Matsonia.... 27 Jan. 2G
'Hilonian.. .. 93 Jan. 27
Lurlino 93 Feb. 1
Wilhelmina.. 79 Feb. 9
Enterprise. .132 Feb. 12
Manoa 2G Feb. 15
Hyades GO Feb. 17
Matsonia.... 28 Feb. 23
Lurline 94 Feb. 29
Wilhelmina.. SO Mar. 8
Hilonian 94 Mar. 9
Enterprise. .133 Mar. 11
Manoa 27 Mar. 14
Matsonia..., 29 Mar. 22
Lurline 95 Mar. 28
S. S. Matsonia
S. S. Wilhelmina
S. S. Manoa
S. 8. Lurline.-
S. S. Hilonian ) To all Hawaiian Ports vU
S. S. Hyades Puget Sound.
S. S. Enterprise; For Hilo Direct.
S. S. Lurline Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahulul.
S. S. Enterprise To Hilo Direct.
Indicates that steamer carries gasolino and combustibles.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Beginning with the "W ilhelmina," No. 77, scheduled to leave San
Francisco December 15th, and the S. S. "Hilonian," No. 92, scheduled
to leave Seattle about December 25th, the ocean freight rate will be
$4.00 per ton instead of $3.50 per ton between San Francisco and
Island Ports and Seattle and Island Forts.
Uime dable-3ialiului Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
5 33 3 3i
1 258 42
A.. Wailuku.. L
5 23 3 2
5 2 3 17
5 103 071
I .. Kahului ..
12. o'A.. ,.L
f- Spreck- "A
L" llama- "A
2 4 .. Pauwelu ..
ltL.. Haiku ..A
8 27 .
5 9 3 05 .
5 00 a 55
8 15 ...
8 05 ...
8 03 .
7 56 .
4 52 a 47
4 5 1 2 46
4 45 2 40
4 44. 39
4 4' 2 35
2 5U,o 00, . 0 L..Kahului..A 2. 5 1 223 15
3 00(5 10 2.5 A..ruunene..I.
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leare Wnlluku daily, except Sundays,
at 5:30 a. ni., arriYin- at Kahulul at G:50 a. m., and connecting with
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE HATES: 150 pounda of personal baggage will bo carried fr
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, whan
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
For Ticket Fares and other Information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. C.
No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
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HONOLULU, HA WAIL P. O. DOX 141
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Jan. 25 Feb. 2 Fib. 12
Jan. 1G Jan. 22 Jan. 31
Jan. 18 Jan. 2G Feb. 1
Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 8
Feb. 1 Feb. 9 Feb. 15
Feb. It Feb. 23 Mar. 2
Feb. 8 Feb. 15 Feb. 22
Feb. 15 Feb. 23 Feb. 29
Feb. 20 Feb. 2G Mar. 3
Feb. 22 Feb. 29 Mar. 7
Mar. 7 Mar. 15 Mar. 25
Feb. 29 Mar. S Mar. 14
Mar. 7 Mar. 14 Mar. 21
Mar. 14 Mar. 22 Mar. 28
Mar. 27 Apr. 5 Apr. 13
Mar. 19 Mar. 25 Apr. 3
Mar. 21 Mar. 28 Apr. 4
Mar. 28 Apr. 5 Apr. 11
Apr. 4 Apr. 11 Apr. 18
To Honolulu and Hilo.
To Honolulu and Kahulut.
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