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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY. APRIL . 1910.
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IN Til'.-: CIKtIT CorUT OF TI1H
SKi'O.Nl) C1IUTIT, TKKKITORY OF
In the Matter of the Application of
William T. Robinson, Trustee, under
Deed of Trust of John Ferreira,
Deceased, for leave to sell certain
NOTICE OF SALE.
Under and by virtue of an Order
of t ho Honorable W. S. Edings. Judge
of the Circuit Court for the Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, sitting at
chambers, in equity, made on the !lth
(lay of March, lnifi, 1 will, on Saturday,
the 22nd day of April, 191(1, at. 12 o'
clock noon of said day, at the front
entrance of Court House in Wailului,
in the County of Maui. Territory of
Hawaii, offer for sale and sell to the
highest bidder therefore, for cash, at
a price of not less than $10,(1(10, the
lollowing described real estate held by
me in trust under deed of trust of
John Ferreira, deceased, dated the Clh
day of January, 19ii2:
(1) All those premises described
in deed of of Louis von Tcmpsky 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, raid deed being of date August 2!,
1S97, recorded in liber 177 on pages
93 and 9fi;
(2) All those premises described
in deed of Charles K. Farden and wife
to Augustine Enos and John Ferreira,
situate in said Makawao, Maul, said
deed being of date April 11, 3 898. re
corded in liber 77, on pages 3G0-370;
(3) All that portion of those prom
ises described in deed of Mrs. Emilia
Leal and husband to Augustine Enos
and John Ferreira, situate in said
Makawao, Maul, the portion conveyed
hereby lying mauka of the govern
ment road containing an area of
twenty acres, said deed being of date
March 26. 1S97, recorded in liber 177
on pages 370-371;
(4) That portion of Grant 3080
which lies north of the following
lines: Commencing at an iron pin at
the makai south corner of Grant 1213
joining Makaehu and running N. 72V
W. 1631 feet to an iron pin at the
corner of fence and house: thence X.
71 W. 150 feet along fence to iron pin;
thence N. (JG W. 3GoG feet to an iron
pin at fence and road, thence in a
northeast direction along fence and
around the boundary of Grant 3089
to point of beginning; containing 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. Dorba and wife to Augus
tine Enos and John Ferreira, being
Grant numbered 1212 containing se
venteen and 311100 acres, said deed
being of date May 1, 1889, recorded in
liber 111. page 4C8;
(7) Those certain premises fully
described in Grant 1G38 to I). Maddox
at Keahua, Kula, Maui, containing an
area of 149.20 acres;
(8) Those certain premises situate
at Keahua, Kula, Maui, fully describ
ed in Grant 1213 and containing an
area of 22.9G acres;
(9) An undivided one-half interest
in and to those certain pieces and
parcels of land situate at Kaupakalua,
Haniakualoa, County of Maul, fully
described in deeds of Manuel D'Araii
al and wife to A. Enos and John Fer
reira, dated April 28th, 1897, recorded
in liber 168 on pages 3G4 and 365,
and deed of M. J. da Costa and wife
to said A. Enos and John Ferreira,
dated December 2nd, 1897, and re
corded in Cook 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 lands 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 In
deed of I'uu (k) and Kaholokal, his
wife, dated July 13. 1899, recorded in
liber 19S, pages 129-131; and
(11) An undivided one-half interest
in and to the premises and lands at
Kaupakalua, Hauiakua, Maui, describ
ed in and conveyed by deed of Daniel
Naliaku to Augustine Enos and John
Ferreira dated April 18, 1901. and re
corded in Hook 223, pages 30-31.
The above described property com
prises approximately one thousand
(1,000) acres and will bo sold as a
Terms of said sale: Cash on delivery
Dated this 29th day of March, 1916.
WILLIAM T. ROBINSON,
E. R. BEVINS,
Attorney for Trustee.
March 31st, April 7th, 14th and 21st.
LODGE MAUI, NO. 984, A. F. & A. M.
Stated meetings will bo held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on tho first
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vitcd to attend.
C. C. CAMPBELL, R. W. M.
T. D. COLLINS, Secretary.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
I.OXPOX, April ( Zeppelins r;iilel Knlatul last niht. One
person killed and S injured. 7.
HONOLULU, April '(Little chance of Spalding's license for
Kauai water rights. Vigorous kicking is heard. Prediction around
c.ipitol is that it will fail. Documents given in full with points against
it. (iovernor and party sail fur Kauai tonight.
Judge demons not qualified to try 1". J.. Davis. Announces in
court he might he witness for one or hoth parties.
1 lOXOlX'I.U, April U Three regiments will go to I.cilchua.
(ieneral isser recommends to war department that Scholicld he sta
tion for more troops.
McCandless and 1'inkham wings are fighting hard.
Hawaii delegate opposes l'.reckons. Henry K. Lyman declares he
will not support the attorney for national committeeman.
WASHINGTON". April Carranza is mute merely to balk
American plans, is reported. Is purposly delaying permitting use of
railroad to foil expedition, lie hopes United States will be forced to
quit. Pershing sends rush order for more clothing and shoes for his
SAX I'RANCISCO, April 6 Xavy League of women to go into
camp. Cahlornia section ot Navy league to go into camp at the Pre
sidio. Lxpcclcd 250 women will be regularly uniformed and probably
officered. Object is to enable women to lake their share in prepared
ness movement. Instructions will be largely first aid work, but will
include wireless and signalling, sewing, repairing uniforms, darning
so, sanitation and care of sick and wounded. Teachers will be offic
ers of army, and Red Cross officials.
SAX OIKGO, April P.lue-jacket may call on Daniels. Chief
Pioatswain Mate Xick llurmeister, who is blamed for explosion on
torpedo boat destroyer Preble, thought to be on way to see naval sec
retary, lias been missing several days from his post.
NEW YORK. April (j Turkey appeals to Red Cross for help.
Confesses inability to cope with situation resulting from great struggle.
LOXDOX', Apri!( Turks beaten on 2 battlefields. Were defeat
ed in Mesopotamia and Armenia.
CHEYENNE, April 0 Live thousand dollars reward has been
offered for capture of lone bandit, who robbed passengers of Union
Pacific train day before yesterday.
ROME, April 5 (ieneral Zupelli, Italian minister of war, has
resigned on account of ill health. He is succeeded by General I'aolo
morrone. PARIS, April 5 The French have made gains north of the Cail
lettc wood. In the region of Verdun, aeroplanes are engaged and have
been for the past several hours, in 15 aerial combats, in which 3 Ger
man machines have been shot down.
SAX ERA NCI SCO, April 5 Enterprise and Mauoa in port.
Peter Milloy, president of the Oriental Alliance, announces today
that he preparing to inaugurate a big freighting service on the Pacific.
The company will soon have 11 freighters plying between this port and
Rumor that the governor of Canton has been assassinated, is a
hoax though widely circulated here.
IIOXGKOXG, April 5 Revolutionists march north to bombard
Peking. In an attack on Swatow, Yuan's troops are defeated and
forced to retreat.
HONOLULU, April 5 Judge Stuart resigns. Rumor of a judi
cal row. Third judge of lower court said to resent confirmations of
Chief Justice Robertson and Circuit Judge Whitney. Will not give
reason but confirms rumor. Strained relations between judges is laid
to Stuart's outspoken sentiments.
Democrats grow more bitter in political fight. Ex-Mavor Fern
charges McCandless camp would
meetings hotter every night. Plan to hit at ollice holders lrom main
land, is developing.
Embezzlement counts against F. L. Davis. Many charges in in
dictment returned today by federal grand jury. Alleged he converted
funds of his ollice. Purported defalcations of former court clerk total
HONOLULU, April A Kapaa man, not giving name, lashes
Governor's acts. Cowboy language necessary to tell his contempt.
Terrible indictment of Pinkham contained in letter from Kauai home
steader, lie knows what he wants and needs and long ago he decided,
says this correspondent. Spalding did not ask homesteaders to take
up land. Col. Spalding says they had better go out of business if they
are afraid. Admits plan for water company but says it is up to gov
Great Northern libeled. Large damage asked. C. J. Ilutchins,
formerly of Honolulu but now of San Francisco, wants damage for
injured arm. Says a fall in bath of ship cost him dearly, lhrnd of
30,000 enabled vessel to sail for coast on time.
PARIS, April 5 Sw itzerland and Holland are fearful of invasion.
I'oth countries are reported to be preparing to close frontiers against
strangers. Newspaper wants German minister expelled. Mountain
eers injured by Teutonic attacks. Dutch throughly alarmed over situa
tion. Are massing men and guns to defend border.
TOKIO, April 5 The big liner Chiyo Maru has broken in two
on rocks, and stern portion has been wrenched away by high seas.
Loss of great vessel will seriously affect Pacific trade. Is severe blow
to Hawaiian interests.
LONDON, April 5 French drive crown prince back. Carnage
frightful. Tide of war ebbs from Verdun and Germans are swept
back from line with such force that they retired in disorder. Slaughter
declared to be appaling. Teutons also suffer reverses on hill of Har
court, while lierlin reports seizure of mine crater.
Russians again on move.
WASHINGTON, April 5 American need of railway now be
comes serious. Impossible to move army supplies to Pershing by motor,
so Funston tells superiors. Anxiously waiting for Carranza's permis
sion to use Mexican railways. General Funston reports more men
necessary to guard line of communication.
Strong fight made against volunteer army plan. Chamberlain bill
may be modified to placr.te senators.
DETROIT, April 5 Henry Ford is in lead in senatorial light.
Democrats control Chicago and republicans canvas city.
LONDON', April 5 War costs 25,000,000 per day. Expendi
tures during remainder of this year will be enormous.
CHEYENNE, April 5 Strange bandit held up Union Pacific
limited near Corlett Junction last night and robbed passengers of 450.
He escaped but alarm was given and posses in automobiles are hot on
Chicago, April 5 Milk strike here closes 20 distributing plants.
HEREIN, April 5 lierlin has heard that Greece insists that
entente allies withdraw from Saloiiiki.
LONDON, April5 Accidental lire in Kent powder factory fol
lowed by explo.Mon, resulted in death of 200 persons.
ROME, April -1 Holland has closed her German frontier and
massed every soldier of her available forces to protect frontier and
keei) it closed against any one wishing to cross except under special
official ermission. This report comes by way of Zurich, Switzerland.
AMSTERDAM, April A Slash of belligerents may threaten
Holland's neutrality and possibly bring about an invasion, is hinted
today by ex minister of War Colyn.
WASHINGTON, April -1 Great P.ritain has refused request of
United Slates that P.rilish officials in Shanghai release 38 enemy sub
jects taken from steamer China. Refusal has been rccched by state
department, liriton contends that passengers taken from the China
were intending to participate in the war. This the United Slates is
prepared tu dispute and may press the American point.
sell out to rap governor. Precinct
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Lurline 92 Jan. 4
Hyades 59 Jan. C Jan. 9
Enterprise, .in Jan. 8
Wilhelmina. . 7S Jan. 12
Manoa 23 Jan. IS
Matsonia.... 27 Jan. 2G
"Hilonian 91 Jan. 27 Jan. CO
Lurline 9?, Feb. 1
Wilhelmina.. 79 Feb. 9
Enterprise. .132 Feb. 12
Manoa 26 Feb. 15
Hyades CO Feb. 17 Feb. 20
Matsonia 2S Feb. 23
Lurline 94 Feb. 23
Wilhelmina.. M Mar. 8
Hilonian 94 Mar. 9 Mar. 12
Enterprise. .133 Mar. 11
Manoa 27 Mar. 14
Matsonia..., 29 Mar. 22
Lurline 93 Mar. 28
PORTS OF CALL.
3. S. Matsonia )
S. S. Wilhelmina To n "d Hilo.
8. S. Manoa )
S S Lurline l Ilonlulu an" Kahului.
S. S. Hilonian 1 To all Hawaiian Ports Yla
S. S. Hyades Tuget Sound.
S. S. Enterprise For Hilo Direct.
S. S. Lurline Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahului.
S. S. Enterprise To Hilo Direct.
Indicates that steamer carries gasoline and combustibles.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Beginning with the "Wilhelmina," 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 Ports.
Uim e Ocible"'JCciliuliii Siailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
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5 33 3 3o,t 25 h 42
5 23 3 20 1 15 S 3u
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2 500 00 . 0 L..Kahului..A' 2. f)
3 00 1? 10( 2.5A-1,lluI'e,ie-Ij I-
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Syecial Train (Labor Train) will leate Walluku daily, except Sundays,
at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and eonnectinc with
the 6:00 a. 111. train for l'uunene.
3. BAGGAGE HATES: 150 pounda of personal baggago will be carried fr
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when
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 Tassenger Tariff I. C. C.
No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
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