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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1917.
Miss Keola, daughter of J. N. K.
Keola, is home for a vacation from
A. L. Castle was a business visitor
to Maui from Honolulu the first part
of the week.
Mrs. Thomas Pratt, of Taia, left for
Vancouver this week where she will
visit her daughter for some time.
Mrs. H. D. Sloggett and children, of
Hamakuapoko .are spending a few
weeks in Kula.
H. B. Penhallow and family are
spending a vacation at their Waihee
L. Wclnzhcimer and family, of La
haina .were departing passengers by
the Manoa for Honolulu on Wednes
day. Mrs. M. G. Paschoal, and children,
of Puunene, returned home this week
from Honolulu where they have been
visiting for some time.
M;ss Winifred Wadsworth, is enter
taining a house party of about a dozen
of her girl friends at the Wadsworth
summer home in. Kula.
W. F. Crockett, Jr., was a returning
passenger by the Manoa last Sunday,
from Ann Arbor, Michigan, where he
recently completed his law course.
Miss Nina Adams, of Honolulu, ar
rived by the Manoa last Sunday and
i.s visiting her sister, Miss Adams, of
Miss Margaret Clarke, of Oahu Col
lege, arrived last Saturday for a few
weeks vacation on Maui. She is the
guest of Mrs. C. C. James ,at Kuiaha.
Mrs. K. Hubbenette, wife of Capt.
Hubbenette, of the tug Leslie Baldwin
returned home on Sunday by the Ma
noa from a several months visit on
Miss Maragaret Aiken, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Aiken, returned
home last Sunday from San Francisco
where she has been attending school
lor the past two years.
R. M. Morton, manager of the Amer
ican Can Company, in Honolulu, spent
hunday and Monday on Maui looking
into afTairs of the company at the
Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Pleasant, of
Kahului, are spending a several weeks
vacation in Honolulu, occupying the
home of Rev. H. P. Judd and family
while the latter are visiting on Maui.
Mrs. John Venhuizen, and children,
of Kuiaha, were passengers to Hono
lulu on Wednesday where they ex
pect to visit relatives for about six
Farm Loan Bonds
A New Investment
How New Securities To Aid Farmers
On Mainland Are To Be Marketed
Big Financial Houses To Help In
WASHINGTON. The Fedral Farm
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
PARIS, July 19 French surprise attack gains important Verdun
position and hold against counters. On San Quentin front French retrain
all positions recently lost.
PETROGRD, July 19 Russians regain village of Novice in Gali
cia. WASHINGTON, July 19-1,374,000 men to be drawn in tomor
row s draft. Twice the number needed now but is allowing for exemp
LONDON. Tulv 19 General Mnrris rmnrl. : ci..:
" iic f cumi rnim . , , " - u givaasi ail Hamuli;
Loan Board, on behalf of the twelve ?ince w'ar began resulting from continued defeat of fWmrmc
federal land banks and at their re- THURSDAY. TTJLY 10 C
.1 . . . . ' ' . . w . . . . 1. vi, ivo mat uidil Mill III 1 1 1,1 (It
in presence of members of military
nsures absnlnte faimf.ee Vici,.
J:'" 1 ' '- " t. r . ... - . "J
mg or Farm Loan Bonds soon to be ,lc -JHierrea wim press representatives reeardini? handinn- nut 1kt for
issued by the banks. The prelimin- publication.
ary negotiations have been had with PHIT ADFT PITTA T..K, 10 -., ft i ,
Alexander Brown Sons, of Baltimore; Pr- i-MB . 3 y 7 P -- ThlcrichcnS. commanding raider
Brown Brothers & Co., of Philadel-. 1 nnz f-ltcl 'rieclnch, must stand trial on indictments charging the
phia; Harris, Forbes & Co., of New smuggling of 19 chronometers ashore. Also with transporting a trirl
York; and Lee. Hieginson & Co.. of from Ithaca fnr imtnnral r.u,-rcc P,1.i .... fJ,
ol - Thierichens dem riOy T
Stops Hotel Sale
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try having large lists of customers,
and facilities for the distribution of
bonds to investors.
While such securities as Farm Loan
Bonds are well known in Europe, where
W. O. Aiken, cashier of the Paia
branch of the Bank of Maui, was a
passenger last Monday night to Ho
nolulu where he went to attend a
meeting of the Hawaii promotion committee.
Stanley Livingston, of the real
estate department of the Hawaiian
Trust Company, returned to Honolulu
on Wednesday after spending a seve-
ral week's vacation with his family
at his homestead at Kuiaha.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Larimer, of Hon-
olulu, arrived last Saturday and are
guests at the Stanley Livingston place
at Ku;.ana for a few weeks. Mr. Lar
rimer is executive secretary of the Y.
M. C. A. in Honolulu.
George S. Raymond, Inspector gene
ral of the public schools, paid a short
visit to Maul the latter part of last
week. He expects to return in the
fall as supervising principal for Maui
though there is still a possibility that
this plan may be changed. He has
about completely recovered from a
seriously sprained ankle several weeks
ago In running to catch a street car.
PARIS, July 19 Jules Cambon says Hollweff is beinir made the
scape-goat. Whatever happens he was dismissed because the kaiser
believed he could make peace easier with Michael is. In his nnininn it
luiiunnicnrii ftllu 11 JllEiUUII)!'. Wlierei 1 , , . , . . . . . - -1
thev cenomiiv rpII on n naritv with "aa i uisciunne a orutai rrussian junctionarv who nrnha h v vvnrk--
Government Bonds, the American Ln- e pan-Germanism while flattering socialists. What position Michaelis
u i,iwptdy,ttBftC?,m'l .W!I!.take.in.Spc"h H. rema1" ""certain. Some believe he will agree
lilies of these Investment Houses a muVvV t 1 A 1 l V oc ,e ne 8 IOf Wan
larger number of investors can be XNiiVV YUKK, July 19 Germans abandon costly attempts to regain
reacnea in a snort period of time than i"si ground at veraun. uuiet alone rest ot French front. V n ent art
Ei?.. JW 1 be Poss'ble- an? that lery in Belgium. Haig's patrols raiding. Koiniloff resisting efforts to
market for Farm Lanonds can rein? i?" . - . ... . .
promptly established. The four lAJiN uurM , July IV During week 14 vessels of over 1600 tons sub-
nouses agree to form a National manned ; t under; 8 hshing craft
(iiuup, inciuuing nouses in every land
bank district, which will market ap
proximately hair of the bonds issued
by the banks during the next six
months, up to a total of $30,000,000.
The other half will be sold directlv bv
the banks to investors in their respec
tive districts. It is estimated that
the total issues of bonds by the banks
Fixed For Period
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Vineyard street extension.. 1,500
Malulani Hospital (new
Macadam, Papalaau, $750
per mo $ 4,500
Macadam, Mala, $1000 per
Fire apparatus 1,000
Kahana pipe line 2,000
Maha'lua approaches $ 1,000
Dressing and oiling Puuikl
Waikuaiki trail (new) 2,000
Approaches to Pukoo wharf $ 1,000
Oil spreader $ 1,000
( Crushing plant 1,750
Gas engine 600
Oil heater, large 1,000
Oil heater, small 600
Truck, Makawao waterworks 500
Meters ' 1,500
Money For Road aMintenance
The road items in the above allow
ances are of course but for new con
struction. A total of $22,000 more
will be spent for maintenance work
from the general fund as follows: Ma
kawao, $9000: Wailuku, $4500; Laha
ina, $2500; Hana, $3000; Molokai,
There is also a balance in the road
tax fund of $20,333.96 to which $0000
in taxes will probably be added mak
ing a total of $26,333.96.
Exclusive of appropriations for per
manent improvements, roads and
schools, the estimated expenditures of
the county for the present six months
is $101, G52. The school fund amounts
ROME, July 19 One Italian merchantman, and 4 sailine ships
were sunic during weeK ending iMn.
bAJM rKANLIbCO, July 19 Norman K. Lyman has joined signal
corps as a recruit.
DENVER, July 19 Four hundred butchers go on strike. No
JUAREZ, Mex., July 19 Reported Villa has captured Timinez.
vuiiin a year win amount to between massacred garrison and looted town.
-;h;imi . 15,0'000-00and our PETROGRAD, July 19 Workmen and ministers in conference
toffihHSS dec!ded imPs martial control on city. Gen. Poliziseff instructed to
delay about providing these funds for quell insurrection using Cossacks infantry. Insurrectionists dispersed
American larmers. near Uuma. Maionty of Fetroexad reciments and most motor car de
In response to a request from Secre- tarlimentc cunnnrt- (rnvommi
nev-Generi nrptnr -LONDON, July 19 Balfour in commons refused to dismiss Hard-
examination of the Federal Farm Loan mSc his assistant, who is critizised over Messopotamian bungle. Dillon
Act and rendered an opinion fullv minister, who hotlv replied, said refuses to act such iniustice to a sub-
, , i j j
In InJ g co5onaiity of the ordinate of house. Insists he will resign himself and be thankful of the
visions relating to the issue of Farm PPortunuy-
Loan Bonds, the validity of such honda HONOLULU, July 19 Announced that A. P. Taylor's resignation
leges. Later, the investment houses as secretary of Promotion committee was handed in a week ago. Some
curityf theabonde "'"dVf thS suSestion is heard to make no appointment to fill pending vacancy lett-
cluding a contract, took the opinion secretaiT OI cnamDer 01 commerce act as promotion secretary.
of former Justice Charles E Huches Geo. R. Carter is back. He says war will be long and bitter and
who gave his full and unqualified ap- that probably 5,000,000 Americans will be needed before it is through.
thTFarm ATt"1!01'13' ' German sympathizers are being arrested, he says, throughout country,
the bonds issued under it? and thecal- Believes at least 5000 have been interned. Nothing is ever heard of such
idity of the exemption of these honda after arrested.
from all forms of taxation. The bonds Letter from Hoover to Dean request that women of Hawaii join
land hHnkeInrt Ih pubUo .b? the national woman's registration pledging economy. Dean replies women
here are ready. He will send pledges in all languages, throughout ter
ritory for signatures.
HONOLULU, July 18 Land Commissioner Rivenburgh back.
Denies that land law amendment he advocated before congress was
fathered by sugar men. A private letter received from Kuhio today
states amendment was drawn by Frank Thompson in consultation with
interior department officials and is endorsed by Pinkham. Rivenburgh
k fir i . ...
pinch the pulp from the skins. Boil savs knam 1S sure ot reappointment,
the pulp till it separates from the BASEL, July 18 Munich newspapers received forecast that Ger
seeds, and rub through a sieve. Add I man neace terms are to he announced bv Michaelis tomorrow.
amount0 f'P Add1"1 eqU&1 Said t0 be liberal food riots in Germany' especially Dusseldorf which
pondered cinnamon and clovwto is virtually in state of siege. Twelve thousand workmen in Westphalia
hour, adopt resolutions tor peace.
AMSTERDAM, July 18 Belief growing that Michaelis is only a
stop-gap and that government is preparing to install Lindendorff as
land banks and the investment house
concurrently, about July 1st, when
terms and other details will be an
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wasn me grapes ana squeeze or
charges are so entirely at varience
with the general understanding here
In Wailuku that they have caused
something of a sensation and much
resentment on the part of those at
Except for Attorney Peters' unfair
enorls to collect the account of his
client, Levi Strauss & Company by
closing the hotel, it is declared by the
company s omcials, the business would
have been wound up without undue
iriction, and with justice to every
body concerned. The first move was
made by Peters in levying on furni
ture in the hotel and finally orderine
so much properly seized that the
hotel would have had to suspend.
The mortgagees at this Htntre
brought the matter before the 2nd
circuit court in a bill of eouitv to res
train Peters's enforcing his claim, on
the grounds that to close the hotel
would so decrease the value of the
property that the owners and credi
tors would not be able to get a fall
value for it when sold.
On ths representation Judge Edings
granted the injunction and appointed
Fred K. MacDonald as receiver to
manage the property under the court.
E. R. Bevins was at the same time ap
pointed commissioner to sell the pro
perty under the foreclosure of mort
gage, the sale being set for last Satur
day. This, as before stated was block
ed by the bankruptcy effort.
Lufkin Makes Vigorous Denial
C. D. Luikin, Manager of the Bank
of Maui, Ltd., whose integrity is es
pecially attacked in the petition,
manes specinc denial or all of the alle
gations of crookedness or of planning
on the part of anyone connected with
the hotel to defraud any creditors or
stockholders. Regarding the second
mortgage, which the petition charges
was made to protect certain creditors,
The second mortgage was nlaced
on the distinct and unqualified state
ment of de Souza (organizer and then
manager of the property) and of J.
Holmberg, supervising architect, at. a
time when the building was practically
completed, that $6500 more money
was needed to finish the hotel in good
shape. On that representation these
gentlemen (the holders of the second
mortgage) advanced that amount and
added $2000 to be sure that all con
tingencies were covered. This money
was paid in hard cash and every dol
lar was later paid to bonafide credi
ine notei company amn t owe
these men a cent. I can't vouch for
what became of the money, but every
cent of the $8500 was placed to the
credit of the Grand Hotel Company.'
Holders Of Second Mortgage
the men who accepted notes secur
ed by the second mortgage are H
Streubeck, $2000; C. D. Lufkin, $2000
A. Hansen. $500; J. Garcia, $1000
Tenders will be opened Saturday,
August 4, by the board of supervisors,
for supplying the county prisoners
with poi and meat at Lahaina, Wailuku
and Makawao for the next year.
Benjamin O. Wist, principal of Ka
mehameha III School of Lahaina Maul
who was recently ODeratert f
Queen's Hospital is recovering nicely
anu expects to be out and about
Dr. E. N. Young, who recently left
Kahului to open an office in Honolulu,
has issued announcement cards to'
effect that he is now established at
the corner of Hotel and Richards
Mrs. Lono Bailey, widow of the laTe
William Bailey, died last Tuesday
night at the home of Jude-e .1 w k-o.
lua, Wailuku. She had been ill for
some time. She was n well lnnn
Kamaalna and the funeral hlrt
Wednesday was largely attended.
Charles Muleltner. formerlv a-im.
less operator at Lahaina, has been ap
pointed Water Works Rlinerintnnriont
for that town, succeeding R. P. Hose,
who has been placed on the pension
list. The new appointment was made
by the supervisors last week.
A petition for water from the Maka
wao water system for the children'
gardens at Paia. made to the niinnr.
visorB at their meetlmr Inst
been referred to the county engineer
and superintendent of the Makawao
A burglar broke into the wholesale
liquor store of J. M. MedeLros, at
Paia, last Sunday morning, probably
about 2 o'clock, and got away with 4
bottles of gin and about $6 in coin
from the cash register. A young Haw
aiian is suspected but no arrested
have been made.
taste. Boil from half to one
Very good. H. C. A.
Kahului xcpnm Now
IiaS dlinaaV rrOSram have regained heights of Novica
PARIS. Tulv 18 Heavy German counter at Verdun failed. British
Aiier many requests Tor moving "tnnVs" are he mncr Tinssiane in t.ahna
i. f t v 5 at the . KANSAS CITY, July 18 Three Germans arrested alleged plot
ed Sunday, July 8th with a showing of to spread disease. Germs of lock jaw found in court plaster.
E. H. Sothern's great success "An WASHINGTON, July 18 Robert Morris, a Philadelphia lawyer,
wcein'u we has been named ambassador to Japan
Red Cross Society. On Sunday. July LONDON, July 18 Number of changes in cabinet announced, sir
15th one of the three greatest pictures Edward Carson relinquishes admiralty and enters war council without
H B Warner in '"The Bee Of Portfo,io- sir Eric Campbell Geddes formerly head of munitions bureau
Cawnnnre" . " of the navy becomes 1st lord of the admiralty. Winston Churchill re-
Owing to the fact that no movies enters cabinet as minister of munitions succeeding ennstopner Addison,
were being shown in Kahului, until who retains cabinet position without portfolio. Baron Montague of
he cturesZ'nSLTVI, Beaulieu becomes secretary of state for India .succeeding Austin
has many enthusiastic movie fans) Chamberlain
SAN FRANCISCO, Tulv 18 Carl Vrooman, assistant secretary
of agriculture issues anneal to business men of nation that they make
. .... .
conduct during war as clean, patriotic, heroic, and as seit-sacnncing at
home as in trenches. Never before such chances to show patriotism
Com'ng very lately from New York hut unfnrtnnatelv U nnt nn tn evnprtations. Government takes stens to
Snyder haTseen many fhe Toduc- !orce d'n PriceS' Says " man is t0 ld fF SaCrificCS- ShPS bankS
tions to be played on Maui. Conseque- tanris ballot dox.
ntly when the Lyceum advertises a WASHINGTON, July 18 Croup led by La Follette and Gronna
ueCtr eSnetinnnaag0wLwi,tne threaten to reopen whole draft question during discussion of aviation
uc can count on a worth-while pro- . t,-,i j i o j n n j
duction. With this advantage it will blll thls morning. Bill passed house Saturday without roll call and put
be wise to watch the daily program special order day senate. Chamberlain said today that if it is refused,
in the Wireless and also the Program "country will know who is to blame,
publ'shed weekly in the Maui News. w jpn,rln..rt rnmn1Pt ;t share in nrenaration of
11',.. 1.1.. 1 II J . I V I IW uv.-rMSax,b .v-!-- - - .
ihLr. JLJtir Evident basis of perfect fairness to every one. No date can be announc-
an idea of the pictures to be shown ed as seven states are not yet ready wun tneir exemption macimiery.
Aereement reached on food bill debate now being reprinted. Ke
commendations include food, seed and fuel with three commissioners
to advise administration on noints of action. Government will deal in
fuel, wheat, meal, flour, beans and potatoes to regulate price.
had to pay auto hire to Wailuku or one
of the other theatres in order to satis
fy this want. This will be unnecess
ary now that the Lyceum is offering
that week. Adv.
Call For Tenders For
New School Buildings
The supervisors this week ordered
sealed tenders called for for additions
to school buildings as follows: Maka-
The "Food Number" of the Haw-
wao. Haiku, Puukolii, Kaluaaha (Molo- ailan Planters' Record, issued by the
kai), Kaeleku Bchools, and a new prin- nlanters' exDeriment station. Is a
c'pal's cottage at the high school, Ha- number of much interest at the pre
makuapoko. Bent time, being devoted almost ex-
The county also hopes to make ar- cluslvely to the techniaue of Droduc-
rangements with the plantations for ing miscellaneous food crops here in
needed buildings at Camp 10, Spree- Hawaii. It is well illustrated, and la
kelsville, and perhaps Keahua and nartlrailarlv valiiAhla nn wfpn.nM
booklet for those interested in mak
ing the Islands self supporting. It
has especially in mind the developing
of foods on plantations and in labor
Pa'a, which might later be taken over
by the county.
1 he tenders are to be opened at a
special meeting of the board to be held
Saturday, August 4.
WATCH YOUR TAIL LIGHT
IF YOU DON'T WANT
TO BE PINCHED
The police have begun a campaign
against automobiles who are in the
habit of driving without tail-lights,
a practice which has grown very com
mon on Maui. Many have been warn
ed and several arrests made during
the past week. Y. Kanashiro, K. Ara
kawa, and Murakami, each forfeited
$5 cash bail for the offense the first
part of the week.
M. Medeiros, $1000; M. G. Paschoal
$500; and E. Vincent, $500. It is com
mon knowledge in Wailuku that the
floating of this second mortgage was
attended by much difficulty.
Tried To Find Purchaser
Regarding the charge of an attempt
to grab the hotel at a fraction of i).s
true value, Mr. Lufkin stated:
bout two weeks ago I went to
Hor olulu for the express purposes of
seeing the Territorial Hotel Company
and others with a view to persuading
some one to buy the hotel. I saw C
C. von Hamm, of the Territorial Hotel
Company, but could not interest him,
his statement being that his company
did not care to acquire any property
outside of Honolulu. I urged him to
come to the sale,, but to no avail. In
numerous letters and in person, I have
brought the matter of the prospective
sale of the property to the attention
of every trust company in Honolulu in
the interest of getting a good price.
I gave full descriptions and got as
much publicity as I could through
Denies Fraud In Land Deal
Because of the fact that J. Garcia
is president of the Hotel company, is
one of the mortgagees of the company
and is secretary and treasurer of the
Maui Drygoods & Grocery Company
the petition in the federal court alleg
es a plot in the acquiring of the vacant
lot opposite the hotel property on
which the hotel company had had a
lease with option of purchase. Lufkin
stated regarding this
"The hotel never owned the lot in
question. It held an option to pur
chase it along with the property on
which the hotel was built. It was not
in position to execise its option, but
the directors arranged that the Maul
Drygoods might purchase it at the
same rate per foot as the hotel lot,
although not so valuable a property,
It was therefore bought from Lyons
direct for $4250 plus $300, one year's
rent in advance which had been paid.
After the transfer, because there was
some kick among the stockholders
that it has been sold too- cheap and
that others would have paid more for
It, the Maui Drygoods company offer
ed to return the property at the price
paid, and gave the hotel company two
weeks in which to make some other
sale. This could not be done.
Hotel Should Be Supported
"The hotel has had a bad start. It
probably cost more than it should have
to build, but this has doubtless been
offset by the increase in price of build
ing materials since then. But I do
not believe that there has been any
crookendess on the part of anybody
connected with the project. The place
is built. It should be supported and
deserves the support of Maui people.
Except for the war it is entirely pos
sible that the tourist business of laBt
winter would have enabled the com
pany to weather the storm .
Stockholders Will Lose
The stockholders who number up
wards of 200, have paid in on the capi
talization of $25,0UO, between $18,000
and $19,000. They will probably lose
this entirely, besides which several
thousand dollars more of the stock
The benefit performance for the
American Red Cross Association,
which was to have taken place to
morrow evening at the Paia Commu
nity House, has been postponed for
one week on account of the unavoid
able absence of Mrs. R. P. Harbold,
who has a prominent part in the pro
duction. The affair will take place
Saturday night, July 28.
At their Hamakuapoko residence,
on Thursday evening of this week,
Senator and Mrs. H. A. Baldwin cele
brated the 20th anniversary of their
marriage with a dinner at which their
near relatives were the guests. Later
in the evening the parly was aug
mented by a number of their neigh
bors and more intimate friends. The
occasion was a most pleasant one.
About 65 residents of Kuiaha, Hai
ku, and Hamakuapoko were guests on
Tuesday of the Rev. and Mrs. A.
Craig Bowdish at a picnic at the
beautiful Sunnyslde grounds. The
occasion was in honor of Dr. J. H.
Williams, pastor of the Central Union
Church, of Honolulu, who with his
wife are guests of the Bowdishes.
The day is reported to have been a
most enjoyable one.
Mrs. Annie B. Howell entertained
a number of friends very pleasantly
at a buffet dinner on Tuesday even
ing at her home in Ku'jaha. Those
present were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lar
rimer, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Livings
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Livingston,
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Krauss, Mr. and
Mrs. Will J. Cooper, Mrs. W. I. Wells,
Mrs. C. C. James, Mrs. J. H. Love.
Miss Dunn, Miss Margaret Clarke,
Miss Krauss, Miss Beatrice Krauss,
R. N. Neumann, and the hostess.
For Selective Draft
(Continued from Page One.)
Waihee Waihee school house: ' L.
Puunene (A) Puunene Post office:
C. C Campbell, C. E. Chatterton. Geo.
C. Murray, J. S. Medeiros, M. G. Pas
Puunene (B) Kahului Bank: D. C.
Lindsay, A. K. Ting, W. H. Engle, S.
Puunene (C) Camp 1 show house:
T. Fantom, Jno. C. Martins, H. A.
Hansen, Ernest Baldwin, Jno. F. Ca-
Puunene (D) Klhel Store: Ralph
B. Walker, Manuel Asue.
Kuiaha Haiku depot: H. Lee Sau-
ers, G. W. Patterson, V. J. Andersen,
wm. T. Smythe.
Honuaula Ulupalakua school house
Keokea Keokea school house.
Makawao Makawao school house.
Paia. (A) Paia armory: Jno. Mac-
Laren, M. S. Jardin, Jno. A. Robinson.
Paia (B) Hamakuapoko postofflce:
II. D. Sloggett, R. W. Smythe.
Paia (C) Keahua post office: Thos.
R. F. Robinson, Joseph P. Dollm.
Huelo Huelo school house: W. F.
Pogue, J. K. Puu.
Keanae Keanae Union Hall: G..W.
Weight, J. N. Halemano.
Nahiku schoolhouse: W. P. Hala,
Hana Hana court house: Nils Om-
sted, C. A. Bailey, Gordon Errett, M.
Kipahulu Kipahulu Hall: Joseph
B. Fassoth, Jno. Kamal. Geo. S. Soon.
Kaupo Kaupo school house: Fran
cis V. Marciel, John Keawe.
Halawa Halawa school house:
David K. Kalaau, Sol. Fuller.
Pukoo Pukoo court house: C. C.
Conradt, F. G. Sanborn, J. Nakaleka.
Kaunakakai Kaunakakal post of
fice: David Kaai, E. V. Dunn.
due but not paid in is said to be collectible.
Besides the first mortgage of $20,-
000 and the second mortgage of $8,500.
the company has unsecured debts
amounting to about $14,000, or a total
Lndebtendness of some $42,500. The
total cost of the property has been
between $60,000 and $05,000.