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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1918.
December 10, lit;!
Extracts from County Ase-ntV
The new faro catches In Tao Valley
rebooking fine and the prt'-c? or taro
is satisfactory to the planters.
County Agent report i a sever;
ttorm which has made the streams
rise very much and has damaged
crops a good deal, snnw being wash
ed out entirely. Papain trees are
down and alfalfa wind whipped and
turning brown as a result of this
storm. Most of the kiiw? trees are
down, many of thcai being uprooted.
Soine of the rice fields in Waihee
Valley have been cropped in taro and
looks very nice. By what the County
Agent has seen of these fields he is
fully convinced that the cropping of
taro crop, rice does away with tho
rot and fermenting materials in th
patch. When rice is harvested the
straw remaining, when plowed under
makes soil freer, giving better irriga
tion anfl drainage, also sweetens soil
makimg it better for taro.
Malcawao Let No. 116
County Agent reports work on lot
No. 116 on new homestead not going
on as fast ns desirable due to lack of
funds. Planting is being held up un
til Mr. Krauss returns from the States
where ha ll at present.
In talkina over the bean situation
with Tuck Sang, County Agent finds
that he eowld supply 500 bags of Maui
redg if there wee a ready market for
A large area of peanuts have just
bean harvested here and gave a good
yield. There i already a market for
these on Maui, but only limited
quantities are sold as they are used
for itock feed by the farm, and by
the Grove Ranch Mill for an ingredi
ent of their mixed feed.
County Agent reports the cassava
plantings of December 1917 as giving
good yields and are proving to be good
hog feed waem cooked with other
County Agent visited Mr Rice's pig
'to and finds it doing well. They
are putting in large plantings of alfal
fa for feed. They also feed kiawe
beans and by-products of the slaughter
Saida reports to County Agent that
about 50 of the beans are lost as a
result of the storm. He can count on
"no bags of Maul reds and inon
bags of small white ones. He has al
ready shipped GOO bags of white ones
and 450 bags of red ones. The farm
ers are very much discouraged over
the losses In beans. The estimated
loss in bean crops to six farmers alone
is as follows:
Farmers Crop Estimate Harvested
Pertinent Paragraphs j
High In War Service
Fine In Scholarship
Lahaina Has Wonderful
This goes to show the amount of
damage done to a few of the farmers,
and if this is extended over some 200
farmers In proportion, some of them
having larger plantings, it can easily
be seen that not a great many beans
are coming from Maui this coming
croD. The farmers say this is tho
worst year they have had in a long
time as they had three factors against
them: namely, a long dry spell, a
Kpna storm late in November, and
than a heavy north wind storm.
County Agent reports the pineapple
demonstration field as looking fine
and various experimental patches
clearly show the value of certain
treatments that are applied.
Grove Ranch Mill, at Haiku, Maui,
has a large amount of corn on hand.
This oan be obtained in small amounts
for existing market prices, f. o. b.,
Honolulu. It is in good condition and
if desired, can be held for delivery.
Kasamoto has a cabbage crop estimat
ed at 10,000 head coming on. It is
imported seed, has large heads and
solid. 'Will be ready for sale about
the middle of January.
In The Churches
MAKAWAO UNION CHURCH
A. Craig Bowdish, Minister.
10:00 Sunday School.
11:00 Morning Service.
WAILUKU UNION CHURCH
Rowland B. Dodga, Minister.
Mrs. Joseph II. Kunewa, Church
Miss Gertrude B. Judd, Superinten
dent of the Bible School.
10:00 A. M. Sundav School.
7:00 P. M. Organ Recital.
7:30 P. M. Preachinc service with
seraion by the minister.
The same action was taken by the
court regarding the making of a map
in the case of Hoopii Konohla.
Aloha Lodge, No. 3, Knights of Py
thias, will hold its semi-annual elec
tion of officers at its meeting this
In the case of Joe Coelho vs. John
Rodrigues. Judge Burr, on Monday dis
allowed an item for making a map, on
the defendant's bill of costs.
A St John's l"av service will be
held at the Church of the Good Shep
Vulval, nil Similar morning, at. 11
A mainland mail is due in Honolulu
todav bv the steamer Siberia Main,
and sliouULreach Maui tomorrow mor
ning. Another coast mail is due by
the Enterprise about next iuesu,i.
The'friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Coursen, of' the Sanitarium are con
gratulating them over the arrival of a
fine daughter on December 12, at the
Paia Hospital. Mrs. Coursen is again
at home with the little stranger.
The primary grades of the Wailuku
public school had very pleasing Christ
mas exercises together with a beauti
ful tree, last Friday. Santa Claus in
the person of Major O. J. Whitehead,
graced the occasion with skill acquir
ed only by long practice.
The Makawao Union Sunday school
gave a children's party to the mem
bers last Fridav. Some hundred and
twenty-five shared in the festivities.
Music and games held young and old.
Light refreshments helped to em
phasize the fact that the war is past.
Willie Whit ford, a Waihee boy, has
his arm broken when the automobile
of Manuel Coelho collided with that
of Joe Kaainia, on the hill just north
of the Iao stream on the road to Wa
ihee, on Christmas afternoon. Both
machines were damaged.
A large attendance marked the rally
of the Christian Endeavor societies
and Sundav Schools of central Maui,
at the Kaahumanu Church, Wailuku,
last Sunday evening. The music by
the combined choruses of a number
of churches was very fine. A fine lu
au marked the close of the gathering.
In the case of the Territory vs. Ah
dial and 25 others, arrested for gamb
ling and appealed from the Wailuku
district court on points of law, was
considered by Judge Burr on Monday,
the points sustained, and the case
remanded to the lower coun
in T T? Linton and Mrs. II. M.
Wlells are giving a lunch and swim
ming party today at the Puunene
Club House for their sons. Jack Lin
ton and Norman W'ells, who are home
from school to spend the holidays.
There are about 30 young guests pre
sent enioying the occasion nugeiy,
artistic decoratitions were feature of
the services at St. Anthony's church
on Christmas day. The attendance at
both the early mass at 8 o ciock aim
nt the hich mass at 10 o'clock was
large. In the evening another service
packed the church to its fullest capac
Tn the case of the Territory vs. Lim
Sung Woo, charged with driving an
automobile without a license, Judge
Burr refused to discharge oeienuam
and remanded the case to the lower
court for retrial. An exception was
noted bv Attorney Vincent and the
case may be taken to the supreme
Mrs. Shilmta, who was arrested last
week for selling liquor at her hus
band's store at Peahi, was fined $217
by the U S. court in Honolulu yester
day, according to a wireless message
received bv the police department to
day from Sheriff Crowell who took the
woman to Honolulu. It is considered
that the penalty was exceedingly light.
.Tnrlire Burr, on Monday reserved de
cision in the case of Auhana Apelo vs.
Kanakiki, appealed from the district
court of Wailuku. The question re
served was on a motion of Attorney
Vincent to dismiss the appeal on
ground that it should have been taker-,
on points of law instead of on general
grounds. The matter nas 10 uu uu
a contract for fire wood.
The Christmas services oi tne wai
luku ITnlon Church were held last
Sunday evening, and were largely at
tended. The decorations for the oc
casion were very effective. Special
music was rendered by the choir. Rev.
R. B. Dodge, the pastor, preacnea on
the subject "The Meaning ot cnrisi-
Miss Dorothy Foster, Miss 'ineima
Boyum and Miss M.argaret Hair, were
the charming young hostesses at a de
light.ful little dance given last night
xt ot the Pain Community house. Prac
tically all of the younger set or Maui,
together with those home from school
and their guests, were present about
?o in sill A verv 1ollv time was had.
Miss Ella Bal, at the piano furnished
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head, Annie Hart.
Motoshi Nakamoto, Misaki loshl
zawa, Eva Young, Ah Kam Apana, Kl-
yoko Iwami, Lei Apo, Henrietta Hart,
Harold Crawford, Hilda Deinert, Eva
Kauka, Seichl Yatsushiro, Beatrice
Wilbur, Shigeo Tanaka, Eileen Craw
ford, Saburo Tanaka.
Michuri Fugimoto, Alfred Kaumehe
iwa, Tusako Iwami, Yoshl Hashlzu-
ma, Tadayosht , Rose Vivas, Ken-
ge Mabe," Mabel Kauka, Irene Dein
ert, Robert Relekei, Mary Taresa,
Richard St. Sure, Tat sue Takahashi,
Evangeline Alo, Rowland Wilbur, Ka
7.uo Oyagi, Alice Medeiros.
Katsu Ivaya, snigenao inaua, name
Moikeha, Tadaichl Morimoto, Isabel
Paresa, Hugh Whit ford, Kekuno Wfci
da, Tsumeyo Fukaruka, Shlgeko Tak
ahama, Kurunosuka Saida, Mitsuo
Nishiyama, Emme Helm, Hideo Kido,
Noboiu Koito, Hisayo Tanaka, Msisue
Sakamoto, Umoyo Yamaguchl, Mitsu-
no Honda, Elizabeth Nahaolelua, Shi
zue Nakano, Hatsuml Y'amagata, Mi
vobl Fuciwra. Tadayoshi Himasakl,
William Kaaa, Katsuml Nakamoto, Hi- ha III School.
denobu Yamaguchl, Masao Mochizu
ki. Isao Kimura, Koichl Fugitani, Yo
liko Kibe. Tanuji Morimoto, Chiyoko
Yoshizawa, Edward Nelson, Tsuyako
Fugimoto, Masashi Otsuka, Mary Wai
waiole, Shizuko Mochizuki, Lucy La
ni, Lisa Dickens, Atsuko Takata, Isa
ml Higashi, Mlyoko Masuoka, Yasuko
NUgakawa, Pearl Mediros, Ned Good
ness, Matsukichl Agana, Yoshio Igut
chi, Blanche Garcia, Fred Maikal, Al
ice Kin, Hilda Medeiros.
Good Scholarship Too
The Wailuku Public School has al
so made good in scholarship as wvll in
war relief work. A result of the exa
minations held just before the schools
closed for the Christmas holidays
Lahaina enjoys the distinction of be
ing the pioneer on Maui for having a
Community chrlstmas tree . The
spontaneous response for financial as
sistance made It possible for willing
helpers to provide toys and candy for
about 1500 children. Campbell Park
and Baldwin Settlement grounds were
the scenes of a happy throng. A fine
Christmas tree gracefully festooned in
white and silver and about 250 elec
tric bulbs covered with colored tissue
paper, fascinated young and old.
About 1:30 P. M. the following pro
gram was given on a platform, two
sides of which were outlined by cocoa
nut leaves, electric bulbs covered with
red and red tissue bows, and stream
ers: The "Star-Spangled Banner".
Song, "Ring Bells, Ring", Honoko
The Christmas Story, Olowalu
Song, Lahainaluna School.
Song and Prayer, Japanese Buddh
"Song of Star", Mrs. Gannon's
Song, "The Gladdest Day that I
Remember", St. Cross School.
A Christmas Acrostic, Kamchame-
Sonir. "Thirtv Snowflakes", feacreii
Folk Dance, Kamohamcha III
Song, "Little Bird", Japanese Christ
Song, Honokohua School.
Recitation, "Good Child Day", ruu
Christmas Carols, Mob Singing.
At the close of the program, the
children formed in line to receive
their gifts, when suddenly a child dis
covered Santa Clause (Geo. Freoland)
with his snow-shoes and pack, coming
over the top of the house immeuiatei
back of the tree. Santa walked across
tho Hrttro nnrt clown the Fide, and
i..- lorero niimhop of Honor mlnirlcri with the happy throng, shak
nuun a in": f-' - - - I - ' ,1 1 1
ing hands ana taming io one uu mi
a most fitting climax tor mis nnvv)
This same tree is remained over
Christmas and many gathered to en
joy the lighted tree in the evening.
Pupils (those with grades of 90 per
cent or over).
Following are these honor pupils ny
Average in all subjects
Ah Tail Yee
Chin How Chun
Ah Leong Yee 93.6
Edith Ah Chong
Eva Newton . . .
Shlzue Kotsubo . .
Hisashi Akamatsu .
Martha Ng . .
Annie Sentinella . .
Motoshi Nakamoto .
Shigenao Inada . .
Esther Palmatier .
Eva Young 93.9
John Lopez, 23; and Ida Perreira
18, both of Puunene. Ceremony by
Rev. Fr. Edmund.
Chiyozo Matsui, 35. Puunene; and
Kamiyo Funatsu. 18, Wailuku. Cere
mony by Rev. J. Nishiura.
Jiue Sato. 28, Keahua; and Mato
Saito, 21, Pulehu. Ceremony by Rev.
SEATTLE, Wash., Nov. 30 (By As
sociated Press) For the first season
in the history of the north coast flour
trade. Japan is able to oner couon
flour sacks in large commercial lota
so that the shortage of sacks, which
causing anxiety to Middle Western
manufacturers, will not bo- felt here
Up to last year, American manufac
turers shinned flour Backs to Japan
Because of lack of facilities there for
Benefit Dance At Lahaina
Was Delightful Afiair
The dance given at the lahaina ar
morv last Saturday evening was for
the 'benefit of the Belgian orphans.
Over $175 was raised for this worthy
The success of the affair was large
ly due to the enthusiasm of Mr. and
Mrs. Collins, Mr. ana airs.
Mr Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Decoto, Mrs.
Whlker, Mrs. Kir.g, Mr. and Mrs. Hose.
Mr. and Mrs. Kiano and many of the
Hawaiian young men and women of
the community, the latter making the
braided garlands tor tne uecorauuu ui
the hall. , A. .
Mrs. King had charge of the candy
booth where delicious home-made
candy (all donated) was sold at reas
onable rates. .
A few of the choice cakes, a doll,
a fine turkey and a rabbit were sold
at auction ,
Mr Capwell proved to be a typical
auctioneer with his jokes and pat
remarks for each article he put up for
The feature of the whole affair was
the Gvpsy fortune teller, who occupied
a booth in a corner of the hall. She
had a most charming way of telling
one's fortune. Every one who crossed
her palm with the quarter felt repaid
and went away happy in the thought
erful future of prosperity
nnA i,w She was most skillfull in
reading from the tea cups, which of
i,a to ho twisted three times
Christmas Exercises d rC' Vua"
Mrs MacDonald had been a profes
sional fortune teller for she certainly
was successful in gathering the crowd
around her and filling the tin cup with
coin. ... .
Her costume consisted oi a oiih.r
Hattie Moikeha . . . .
Masaru Teshima . . .
Taneyo Tokunaga . ,
Ito Iwami ,
Kazu Y'oshimura . .
Chiseko Nakamoto .
Saburo Tonal ....
Samuel Yee Kui . .
Mitsuo Nishiyama .
Kurunosuke Saide .... 90.6
Yoshie Hashizume .... 90.5
Ah Kam Apana 90.2
Kahului Has Delightful
Christmas services were held In the
Kahului Union Church on Sunday ev
ening. Christmas hymns and carols
were sung. The church choir sang
the anthem "The Angel's Song." A
ill. P knnild onI
. , , j - r ti ii crou-n roverea wiin u-m ui nioun
large cnorus leu oy ir. nuupii dus TT 0a j,..,, ,va,
two selections which were very well other ornanen ler
rendered. The story of the wise men area smu bi..h
Mrs. Walker invited all to buy the
delicious cakes which she had arrang
ed on tables in a side room. These
cakes had been made and generously
donated by Mrs. Kiano ana ouier n.i
Judge L. L. Burr went to Honolulu
on Monday night to spend Christmas
with friends in the city.
Harry Gesner, of Wailuku, went to
Honolulu on Monday night to Fpend
Mrs. J. F. O'Brien, and little son,
of Lahaina, are spending the Christ
mas holidays in Honolulu.
Miss Irene Reif and Miss Elenore
Stuewe, teachers of the Puunene
school, went to Honolulu on Monday
night to spend their Christmas holi
Mr. and Mrs. 'John H. Nelson, of
Wailuku are being congratulated by
I heir friends on their Christmas pres
ent which arrived at their home on
Tuesday morning in shape of a fine
H. E. Cook, pump engineer of the
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.,
was called to Honolulu laBt Friday
night by the illness of his mother,
Mrs. Mary Duncan Cook, who died
the day after he reached her bed-side.
Among the Maul teachers who are
spending their Christmas holidays in
Honolulu are Miss Ethel Wrlgley,
Miss Teal. Miss Wyman, Miss Dyk
tnanns, Miss Beatrice Wbb, Miss
Amelia Tarn Yau, Miss Chong, Miss
Yat, Mjss Yoshikimi, Miss Tllleman,
Miss Winona Spencer, Miss Lorene
Spencer, Miss Choy, Mrs. Cockett,
Mrs. J. F. O'Brien, Mrs. F. H. Lock
wood, Miss Cribble, Miss W"cst. Miss
Power, MIbs Stanley, Miss Jones,
Miss Wythe, Miss Dow, Miss Dalton,
and Miss Crutchfield.
Mrs. Holmes, Latin teacher at the
Honolulu Military Academy, Is the
house guest during the holidays of
Mrs. II. B. Penhallow.
Miss Edna J. Hill, of the Maunaolu
Seminary, has been the guest at the
R. B. Dodge home, W'Ailuku during
the past week. ,
Lieut. A. Hebard Case, son of Mr.
and Mrs. D. II. Case, is now in charge
of a military detail guarding the Ka
huku wireless station.
Miss Mildred I'atterson, a teacher
in the Hilo high school, is spending
the holidays with her sister, Miss
Mollie Patterson, of the Maul hi ;h
Preston Chapin, of Honolulu, Is oe
guest of Sevath Boyum for the r li
days. They will both return to the
Honolulu Military Academy after New
Representative A. F. Tavarer, of
Paia, who was called to the mairland
several weeks ago on account o" the
death of his wife, Is expected tj ar
rive home about the middle of next
month. He will bring back the body
for interment here.
Mrs. Louise V. Boyum, of Har akua
poko, has been engaged by Judge
Burr to do some indexing and filing
of court records during the Christ
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Campbell, of Pu
unene, were passengers to Honolulu
J. B. Thomson, assistant manager of
the II. C. & S. plantation, was a visitor
in Honolulu last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lufkin were
passengers to Honolulu by Monday
ight's Kilauea to spend Christmas
ith Mr. and Mrs. Chas. T. Bailey.
Judge L. L. Burr spent Christmas In
Mrs. Ella Austin, principal of the
Waihee school, is spending the Christ
mas holidays in Honolul.
Mrs. Frank Burns, of Kailua, is
spending the holidays in Honolulu
visiting her parents Governor and
Mrs. C. J. McCarthy.
Among the young men home for the
holidays from the Honolulu Military
Academy are Edward Hair, Sevatn
Bovum, Errol von Tempsky, Norman
Wells, David and Richard Penhallow,
nd Richard Sloggett.
Miss Maggie Rodrigues, of Wailuku,
is home from Oahu where she spent
some weeks as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Meyer, of Waialua.
Jack Bergstrom is spending the
Christmas week with his wife In Ho
Mrs. W. A. McKay returned home
thts week from Honolulu where she
had been for a number of months un-
dergoing medical treatment. She was
welcomed home with pleasure by her
Departures for'llonolulu for Christ
mas: Mrs. O Brien and son Toriogn,
Miss Gretchen Stein and sister, MI98
WJlhelmlna Deltsman, Miss W'test, ,
Newton, Mls Grlbble. .
Misses Dow, Dalton, and Campbell,
Keahua teachers, .took dinner with
Mr. and Mrs. Gannon on their way to
Misses Wolf and Amy, who taught
here last year, returned to spend their
Christmas -vacation. Miss -Wolf 1
visiting Mrs. Gannon, and Miss Amy '
Is visiting Mrs. Cockcraft.' . '
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wells and son
Norman arc spending the holidays on
tlie beach. Norman is- attending the
Honolulu Military Academy.
Miss Todd, from Honolulu, arrive i
by the Mlkahala to spend the day with ,
Mrs., George Lindsay, of Paia.
Miss Mosser of Paia, Is spending
the holidays nt Baldwin House.
Miss Charlotte L. Turner, of Maka
wao, is spending a few days at Bald
The Japanese Boys' Club of the
Baldwin House held its monthly social
at Baldwin House on Christmas night.
Christmas Eve witnessed another
delightful dance at the armory.
The Japanese Christian Church
'Rev. Izaki, pastor), had a fine Christ
mas tree lighted by electric, bulbs,
and a fine program on Christmas
night. , ' ,.-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY"
OF HAWAII. .v - " -
At Chambers. In Probate,; .
In the Matter of the Guardianship
of Taro Soga, Chizui Soga, and Yachi-
o Soga, Minors.
and the star that led them in their
long quest was the'theme of the ser
mon. Those who follow high ideals,
the shining lights of faith and hope
invariably find their reward. The
congergation numbered more than 70.
On Monday evening at 7 o clock in
the Community House, was held the
.iian indies of the community. That
their efforts were- appreciated was
se, wiis neiu mc - ,, f pvprv
community Christmas tree with a pro- snown oy u.
gram by the Sunday School. The pro-
Hi Own Fault
Man's hair turns gray before woman's
That's known In every clime,
The explanation's easy, for
- He wears his all the time.
NOME, Alaska, Nov. 2 (By Mail)
Flags of the old Russian autocracy
are still used along the northwestern
Siberian coast. The trading schooner
Flyer put in here recently from East
Cape, Siberia, with the Russian mar
ine flag at her masthead. The flag
bore three stripes of red, white and
The British war Pictures will be on
exhibit on Maui next week. The
notice of the opening night will be in
The Daily Wireless.
gram consisted mainly of songs by
the different classes with two well
rendered choruses. The last number
was a play given by the boys and girls
of the school. The play was prepared
especially for this occasion and was
very well acted. Ned and his Irlenas
wre strongly tempted to spend their
money selfishly but the needs in
Europe make a stronger appeal and
the play ends by showing the boys to
be true blue and patriotic.
The tree was beautifully decorated
by the ladies and with its many-colored
lights presented a veritable wond
erland to the kiddies who were all out
In force. Santa made his appearance
as usual with a goodly supply of
candies and fruit for all the children.
The Sunday school had decided to
ask Santa not to bring toys this year
but to help the children in Armenia
instead: but Santa came via the Ka
hului Store whose genial manager had
decided that there should be toys in
Santas pack as well an the candy and
apples, and toys there were.
An offering was taken for the chil
dren of Bible lands and the school will
send in all about $25 for this work.
There were about 400 present at the
Christmas exercises, and everybody
wient away happy.
On Christmas Day the Christian
Endeavor held a Christmas service at
11 o'clock after which they gathered
-t the community house and had a
social hour with refreshments.
The hall was beautifully decorated
on the Christmas tree wonderfully
nchtn with electric bulbs, Christ
mas bells, each with an electric light
i tta center were verv effective in
the decorative scheme. Credit was due
xt- cmtth for the arrangement of
Music for the occasion was furnish
ed by the young Hawaiians and was
greatly appreciated. Messrs. Wist
and King acted as floor managers and
helped In making every one nave a
The captain of the s. s. Piffle listen
ed patiently to a passenger's account
of his snooting amiiiies, men ne ijuuh
"I don't think vou could hit this
bottle at twenty yards, placed on th
traffrail, while the ship is heaving like
"It would be only child's play," said
"Well, I'll bet you a guinea you
don't hit it three times out of six."
"It's a wager. Come along."
The bottle was placed in position
Crack! Tho passenger hit it, and it
disappeared iu fragments into tne sea
"Trot out another one," said the
"Not at all. The conditions were
that you hit that one three times out
of Bix. Five shots more." Chicago
CORDOVA, Alaska, Nov. 10 (By
Mail) Thirty tons of anthracite coal
from the Bering fields the first com
mercial shipment of Alaska coal ever
received here arrived at Cordova to
day and will be sold for winter fuel.
The coal is said to be anthracite of a
Notice Of Guardian'a Sale Of Real
Wilhelm No Piker
Attila the Hun was a piker a poor
doddering, inefficient, tender-hearted
old. fuss-budget. We have learned that
during tho last four years. No pep.
No science. No poison-gas.
How did Weyler earn that terrific
reputation that he had in 1898? He
was a quiet, law-abiding, carpet-slip
pered old Spanish gentleman, and as
harmless as a bowl of bread and milk.
What did he know of brutality?
Villa, dead or alive, used to pose as
some pumpkins in the realm of polite
butchery. Where did he get that
stuff? Hs was only a movie crook.
Nero got away with a lot of notor
iety in his time as a first-class, all
around blackleg, but he was only an
For further particulars address W.
Ilohenzollern, 1313 Main Street, Pots
dam. Richmond Times-Dispatch.
From A Future Novel
Their eyes metski.
With a great sobovitch she sank In
to his armskl.
"Cursnkoff yanski!" he criedovitch
He kissigoffed her againskl an4
"Ahaski!" she sneerediskl, "at last
ervitch we have meteroffski!"
"Gawdski," he exclaimed, "all my
life I have beenovitch a damphool
ski!" Life. '
Notice is hereby given that pursu
ant to and acting under a license io
sell certain real estate belonging "o"
the above named minors in 'order th.it
the proceeds of the said sale-may ba
put out and invested, granted by the
Honorable L. L. Burr, Judge of the
Circuit Court for the Second Circuit,
for the Territory of Hawaii, "sitting
at Chambers in Probate, the under
signed as guardian of the property of
the said Taro Soga, Chizui Soga, and
Yachiyo Soga, minor children of Kl-'
kujlro Soga, Defeased, will at the'
front door of the "Court House of tiie
Circuit Court at Wailuku, in the Coun-f
ty of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, on
the 18th, day of January, iyi9, at 11
o'clock noon, of said day, offer for sale,
and sell to 'the highest bidder for -
cash, all of the right, title and. interest ,y
In law or in equity, in possee or lit v
essee, of the said above named min
ors, in and to that certain piece, parce'
or lot of land situate at Paia, in the
County of Maui, Territory, of Hawpll
and being more particularly describe
as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at " galvanized iror
pipe at the South corner of the estate
the coordinates of which referred ti
the Government Triangulatlon f!tf
tion "Puunene" are:
7139.5 feet North and
5983.2 feet East, and running thent
by true azimuths:
1. 230 41' 592.0 feet along wire fer.c
ment Road to a
94 " pipe outeide
thence " f
2. 232" 48' 130.8 feet along stonewall
a 1 o n g v Govern
ment Road to a
" Pipe, thence
3. 140 10' 409.6 feet along wire fence
cultural : Compa
to a ' " iron
4. 168" 57' 88.0 feet along wire fence
along Maui Agri
to a " pipe
above the 1 lfih
water 1 1 n e : on
.sand b e 8 J li,
along the high
ter line on
pipe, the ''
53 16' 713.5 feet, then
326 01' 516.8 feet along wire ,'
to the poii'
' area of at
A. P. Low,
Said sale to be In all respect? sub
ject to confirmation by the said , jdge
of the Circuit Court of the S cond
Circuit, for the Territory of Hi wail.
Terms and conditions of sale: cash,
gold coin of the United States , ten
(10) percent of the purchase priue to
be deposited at the time of ule:
balance to be paid on confirmation of
said sale purchaser to pay the expense
of the deed.
Dated this 26th day of Dec mbt r,
D. C. LINDSAY.
Guardian or the property or Taruw
ouftci, viKAui ouga, aim iaviii;v
Soga, minors. j
F. CROCKETT, and !.
E. R. BEVINS,
' Attorneys for Guardian,
(Dec. 27th; Jan. 3, 10.)