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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1917.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
Second Circuit, Territory Of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Equity.
C. D. LUFKIN, Trustee, Petitioner
GRAND HOTEL COMPANY, LTD.,
COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to a Decree rendered by the
Honorable W. S. Edlngs, Judge of the
Circuit Court, Second Circuit, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, on the 7th day of
June, 1917, in the above entitled ac
tion, wherein the Petitioner seeks to
foreclose that certain indenture of
mortgage made and entered into by
the Respondent to the Petitioner un
der date the 28th day of November,
1916, and In which action ,and by the
said Decree rendered therein the un
dersigned was appointed Commission
er of the Court In the foreclosure and
sale of the property covered by the
said mortgage, I will, on Saturday,
the J 4th day of July, A. D. 1917, at
12 o'clock noon of said day, at the
front door of th Court House in Wai
luku, County of Maul, Territory of Ha
waii, sell at public auction, to the
highest and best bidder therefor, the
property described in and covered by
the said mortgage sought to be fore
closed, both real and personal, to-wit:
All of that certain piece or parcel
of land in the Hi of Owa, situate on
the southerly side of Main Street and
on the makal side of Church Street,
in the Town of Wailuku, County of
Maul, Territory of Hawaii, being a
portion of Apana 1, L. C. A. 1742 to Z.
Kaauwai an ddescribed by metes and
bounds as follows:
Beginning at one cut on the South
side of sidewalk with an Iron pipe
driven, on the west angle of this lot
and running by true azimuths describ
ed as follows:
1. 345 13' 315.0 feet along Church
Street - extension
along picket fence
to " galvanized
pipe at R. W. Post,
being the South angle
of this lot:
2. Thence 123.5 feet along Wells
Street, along fence to
center of R. V. Post
at corner of rence:
3. 165 13' 316.0 feet along Wailuku
Sugar Company along
fence to sidewalk at
V galvanized pipe;
4. 74 20' 113.5 feet aong Main Kahu
lul road, along side
walk to point of be
38,964 square feet.
Also all furniture, fixtures, auto
mobiles, horses, carriages, hotel equip
ment, merchandise, books, accounts
due and to become due, contracts,
teneflts, chattels and effects of every
character and nature whatsoever, at
present acquired, as well as all such
nronerty as may from time to time
hereafter be acquird, located and from
time to time to be located in. ana con
nected and having to do with, and
forming a part of the Grand Hotel
Said sale to be in all ways subject
to approval and confirmation by the
Dated at Wailuku, Maul, Territory
of Hawaii, this 12 th day of June, 1917.
E. R. BEVINS,
(June 15, 22, 29; July 6, 13.)
By Deputy Territorial Veterinarian
In accordance with Rule 12 of the
Board of Agriculture and Forestry,
pertaining to the suppression, control
and eradication of Anthrax, tne ioi-
lowing districts or paddocks are here
with declared quarantined in so far
as all live stock and other animals
and their nroducts are concerned.
1. The Apana paddock. (Haleakala
2. The premises at Makawao own
ed or controled by Miss Crook.
3. The Home paddocks of the Hale
4. The Maliko Pasture and Adjoin
ing Paddocks of the M. A. Co.'s Grove
5. The Camp Seven Pasture, Kihel,
of the Hawaiian Commercial and
6. The Kihel Pasture (Camp Klhel)
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Co.
7. The Upper Kula Road from the
Postofflce corner at Makawao to the
8. The Road leading by the Apana
Pasture from the Post office corner at
Makawao to the Puukalanl Road.
9. The Old Kula Road from the
Camp Six road to the Maaloea Road.
10. The Road through the Pasture
from Kaluanui to Hamakuapoko.
11. The road through the Camp
Seven Pasture to Kihel.
12. The Olinda Road from the Ma
kawao Catholic Church to the Olinda
Until further notice no live stock
can be taken into that part of East
Maul which lies East of the Kakipi
Gulch without BDeclal permit.
Live stock from all other parts of
Maul intended for shipment to Hono
lulu must be accompanied by a special
permit Issued by the Deputy Terri
torial Veterinarian. Application for
such shipment should be made at least
forty-eight (48) hours previous to the
day of shipment, will be issued for
- live stock intended for Immediate
C. J. FITZGERALD,
Deputy Territorial Veterinarian.
On The Other Islands
Would-Be Homesteaders May Fight
Because both husband and wife in
a number of Instances made applica
tion for homestead lots in the Kapaa,
Kauai, homestead drawing held in
Honolulu last week, the applications
have been rejected In each instance
by the land office. Mrs. Julia Loane
and her husband Don Loane, Luther
K. Evans and wife, former Mayor
John C. Lane and wife, William C.
Avery and wife, Edward Hopkins and
wife, and W. C. Bergin and wife, are
among those thus affected. William
L. Welsh, as trustee for an 8-year old
son was also rejected on advice of
the attorney general's department. It
is possible that the rejected applicants
may institute suit against the land
Island Men Will Train At Presidio
The following men have been chosen
to undergo the officers' training course
at the Preside training camp, San
Francisco ,and will sail for the coast
on August 5:
William J. Hampton, superintend
ent, Honolulu Gas. Co; Alan J. Low-
rev, broker, with Waterhouse I rust
Co; Adrian Englehard, salesman,
Standard Oil, Co; Sgt. Phil Coniston,
regular army, assigned to Kamehnuie
ha school; Magruder G. Maury, city
editor of the Advertiser; A. L. C. At
kinson, attorney, former captain nat
ional guard; Edward B. Jackson,
broker and manufacturers' agent;
John D. Easton, secretary, assistant
manager, Hilo Mercantile company;
H. E. Stafford, attorney.
Hart Indicted For Defalcation
Two Indictments were returned
against Lionel R. A. Hart last Friday
afternoon- by the territorial grand
Jury. His arrest in San Francisco
wns reported laBt week.
The county attorney said that two
indictments had been returned against
Hart alleging defalcation of $10,000
in stock transactions. Who are the
complainants in the case he did not
Loses Second Hand Fishing
Joe Palaulalo was fishing with ex
plosives at South Foint, Kona, when
the charge burst too soon and so
shattered his hand that it had to be
amputated. Strange to say he had
already lost the other hand in the
same way at Kauai.
A charge has been withdrawn again
st Joe in consideration of the terrible
injuries he has suffered. Hawaii Independent.
The Hawaii Promotion Committee
has formally endorsed the idea of
holding a carnival as usual next Feb
ruary. The carnival association has
been questioning the policy of trying
tf stage a carnival on account of war
activities and possible shortage of
Luther Severance Dead
Luther Severance of Hilo, aged 81
years, and a resident of the islands
since 1851, died at his home in Hilo
last Sunday. He was widely known
throughout the territory, though In
advancing years he was not so active
in public affairs as formerly. For
many years he had been one of HUo's
He was a native of Augusta, Maine,
and leaves a widow, son and daughter.
Goes Blind At Picture Show
While attending a theatre last Fri
day evening, M. L. Morgan, foreman
of the von Hamm-Young Garage in
Hilo, complained of a pain In his eyes
and said that he would move down
front, where he could see better. He
did so, but the pain in his eyes con
tinued, and then suddenly he found
that he had gone stone-blind.
Friends had him taken to the Hilo
Hospital, where Dr. A. T. Boil attended
him and did what was possible to re
lieve the severe pain which Mr. Mor
gan suffered. All sight for the time
has gone, although he believed late
Saturday that he could distinguish a
glimmering of light.
The case is a most curious one and
physicians here are much interested.
It is stated that Mr. Morgan will pro
bably recover his sight i.n time, but
will have to be exceedingly careful in
Editor Fined For Contempt
Judge D. E. Metzger yesterday fined
Editor E. B. Bridgewater, of the Ha
waii Post, Hilo $10.00 for contempt of
court In connection with the editorial
which appeared in that pper entitled
'When Justice Is Injustice."
Defendant filed a statement in court
disavowing any intention of casting
disrespect on the court and declined
to do anything further, though the
court had intimated that the publica
tion of an explanation in the Post to
that effect would result in the dismis
sal of the case.
Service Y. M. C. A. To Care For 1000
In reconstructing the Royal Hawaii
an Hotel, which will soon be known
as the Army and Navy Y. M. C. A.
quarters for one thousand men will
be provided. The long lanals on both
floors facing the court, will be con
verted into dormitories for men who
happen to be caught in town for the
night. These beds are in the open
air and It is said that not more than
thirty-five cents a night will be
charged for them.
Tommy Dunn Trying Hard
Tommy Dunn, late pay clerk, U. S.
N., at Honolulu, made an attempt to
enroll, on instructions from Washing
ton, as cadet officer on the Flying
Cloud, but was Beared off by the rig
ging he would have to climb. Reports
from San Francisco say he promptly
deserted sail for steam but wants to
do his bit in the merchant service, at
any rate. He was on the Oregon on
that vessel's famous trip around the
Alexander To Head
Mrs. A. C. Alexander will probably
be named by Dr. Dean to head a wo
man's committee to aid in conserving
foods through the practice of better
household economics. There has
been complaint that the women of the
Islands are not really awake to the
seriousness of the food situation.
Charles R. Forbes, superintendent
of public works of Hawaii, who re
cently went to the mainland to take
up active duty as a major in the off!
ces' reserve of the army, has been
appointed aviation officer on the staff
of Brig-Gen. Hunter Liggett, com
manding general of the Western De
"Love's Labor's Lost."
Luke had been sent to the store
with the mule and wagon. What
happened is told in Luke's end of the
conversation over the telephone from
'Gimme dat number quick, please
"Dis yer's Luke, suh.
"Dis yer's Luke, I say, suh.
"I tuk de wagon do de sto'fo dat
"Yas, suh, I'm at de sto
"Dat mule, she balk, suh.
"She's balk in' in de big road, near
'No, suh, she aln move.
"No, suh, I don't think she's gwine
"Yas, suh, I beat 'er.
"I did beat 'er good.
"She je r'ar a li'l bit suh.
"Yas, suh, she kick, too.
"She jes' bus de whiffletree li'l bit,
"No, suh, dat mule won't lead.
"Yas, suh, I tried it.
"No, suh, jes' bit at me.
"No, suh, I ain't tickle de lalgs.
"I tickle um las' year suh, once.
"Yas, suh, we twis 'er tall.
"No, suh, I ain' done it.
"Who done it?
"I t'lnk he's li'l travelin man fura
Boston, suh. He twis' 'er tail.
"Yas! She sho' did!
"Right spang In de face, suh.
"Dey's got 'im at de sto'.
"Dey say he'B comin' to, suh.
"I don't know he do look mighty
sleepy to me suh.
"Yas, suh, we tried dat.
"Yas, suh, we built a fire under 'er.
"No, suh, dat ain' make 'er go.
"She Jes' move up li'l bit, suh.
"Yas, suh, de wagon bu'n right up
Dat's whut I'm telephonln' yu 'bout
to ast yu please sen' a wagon to hitch
up to dis yer mule. She aln gwlne
budge lessen she s hitched up. Good
by, suh." New York Evening Post.
Mistress "And why did you leave
your last situation?
Applicant "Shure, mum I was dis
Mistress "Discharged! Ah, then,
I'm afraid you won't suit me. What
were you discharged for?"
Applicant "For doing well, mum.
Mistress "Why, what do you
mean? Where was your last place?
Applicant "In the hospital!" Tit
"What air them kitchenettes I hear
te.ll of in the cities?" asked Deacon
Hyperbole Medders, the somewhat
"They're the place' Uncle Hy," ex
plained Upson Downs, Ills city nephew,
"In which are molded or cast or some
how produced a flat-dweller's daily
round of mealettes. Judge.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
PETROGRAD. Tulv 11 General Carncloss. commanding opera-
lions between Halicz and tlie Carpathian, continues to drive Austro
Germans back.' Has broken their line alone entire front of 20 miles,
capturing 14,000 prisoners and 55 cannon since Sunday morning. Cos
sock cavalry has penetrated to a depth of 17 miles. Halicz is now
hemmed in and its fall is threatened.
VALLEJO, July 11 Officially announced that all Mare Island in
jured will recover. Investigation board held session yesterday working
on theory that explosion was due external agencies. No details of blast
or the resulting damage have been obtained.
SHANGHAI, July 11 North China News says it is virtually cstab
shed that General Chansr Sun, leader of imperial movement, was in pay
of Germany had his troops succeeded the German-Chinese diplomatic
rupture would have been cancelled.
WASHINGTON, July 11 Committee of prominent churchmen of
all denominations conferred with Hoover -and decided to inaugurate
campagne for food conservation. Plan is to secure weekly reports from
families by each church which arc compiled and sent to food administra
tion to keen it in intimate touch with entire country. I looker reported
the food situation to president. He holds that farmers and consumers
are suffering while speculators are profiting due to delay in enactment
of food leg'slalion. Reports that unless strong and efficient action is
taken at once farmers face a slump in prices while consumers iace
a most serious situation. Already effects of undernourishment are re
ported in the great consuming centers, lie says consumers are helpless
and no remedy is in sight till legislation Incomes eiieclivc. Committee
of information has issued a statement of the Hoover report in order
that country may know how serious and far reaching delays in legisla
tion may be to farmers and consumers. President who has made no
comment heretofore, now demonstrates impatience over delay.
Miss Rankin introduces bill to provide seperation allowance ior
families of soldiers. It provides that wives get $30 per month and each
child $15 up to a total of $75 a month.
NEW YORK, July 11 A late Reutcr dispatch from Petrograd
announces that Russians captured important city, of Halicz in Galicia
last night, thus opening a wide way to advance upon Lcmberg from
east and south. Also permits fighting two positions taken from retreat
German-British artillery dueling in Flanders. British advance
line. Canadians' attempt to reduce Lens has been mostly failure so far.
Patrols penetrate devastated area and destroyed houses supposed to con
tain Germansbut majority of task of capture remains to be done.Canadian
heavy batteries are doing remarkable work and have silenced a dozen
German batteries during the last 24 mours.
Bethmann Hollweg in report told Germans they must fight and
conquer. They are sure to win if they hold out.
HONOLULU, July 11 Consul Gordon states that local British
subjects are not liable to draft.
Three new cases of anthrax on Maui on Haleakala ranch.
Food commission now considering compulsory spraying of potatoes
on Maui under direction of F. G. Krauss and Dr. W. D. Baldwin.
Commission decides to acquire all stock of llamakua hybrid potatoes
and hold them for seed purposes. Announced that Hawaii Consolidated
Ry. promises to greatly reduce rates on food products. Efforts to
obtain same from Inter-Island is under way.
HONOLULU, July 10 Private Potter of the medical .corps while
hunting fell off Koolau cliff and was killed.
Inter-Island buys steam schooner Dorris on the coast to replace
the Hamakua, at cost of $100,000.
Land office throws out applications in Kapaa land drawings where
man and wife each entered. One is eliminated. Mrs. Julia Loane, one
of the successful drawers eliminated, brings mandamus action to rein
state her name among eligibles. Drawings are now indefinitely post
poned pending courts action.
Doctor orders Alexander Hume Ford away for a trip. He leaves
for the coast tomorrow.
Notice is hereby given that until
further notice the shipment of all
animals or hides from the Island of
Maul to other Islands of the Territory,
or to the Mainland is prohibited on
account of the presence of anthrax on
The Cudahy Packing Company have
changed the name of their choicest
Hams and Bacon to "PURITAN". The
name "DIAMOND C" has been discon
tinued. The Cudahy Packing Company guarantees the highest
quality products under the "PURITAN" label, and solicits
your co-operation, promising theirs.
Hawaii TVloot Co., Ltd.
Sole Distributors for the Territory of Hawaii.
BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND
3. C. Fitzgerald .Veterinarian.