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nvnxiNo nuu-trriN, noNot.uu:, t ii. Monday, ni:c. 19, 1910.
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ateaaese Cotton Rugs
Gaiiiese Grass Rugs
Oajj3se opxi Japanese Mattkig; ,-u- .
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' ?' 'Diirinff this Week we 'will give a special discount on ,the Rugs andHMatting'now in the-Showroom adjoining .ourstore. &V
This is a wonderful opportunity to secure the best quality of JRugs and -Matting -at a greatly reduced price "
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: 177 S. King Street LEWERS & COOKE, LTD., -17.7 S... King Street
Maui Real Estate Is .Sold at
.Gdod Figure Mo A:-M. (
(iKClnl Mil 1 1 pi In CcrrrniioiiilNKv.1
WAIM'Kl. Maul, l)oc. 17. -Tlio
rala of the Snlfien estate In Kuln bv
Commissioner K. II. Hart, clerk of
Hip Second circuit Court, took place
at noon tnJay In front of tlio Wnl
luku Courthouse. There were about
twenty people present, and nmong
tlit'jn were Judge A. A. Wilder, A.
M. llrown, Koberl Shingle of Hie
Henry Watorhouse Trust Co.( Atto,--licyu
.1. U Coke and D. II, CuBe. Tax
As.-rssor J. II. Kunowa and Patrick
TJio pieces sold and amounts roal
l7o,l were ns follows:' "Kolico, 800
acres, 4000;-Alae, 2030 n"rps, $4.
000 111 of Kallui, 450 acres, $K.00:
J. If. Cockett land, 1U0 acres, $3300.
All Itho aboo four pieces were bid
In Uy A. M. llrown for llle.Cornwell
Itailcli. J. I. Cockett 'lild on the
labt1 piece until within $25, when
bo 'ftopped. Mr. llrowh nlso bid
$r.SC5 for the Snlffen homestead. The
Ata'k plero went for about $2 an
ocre. while 'flie"last- two pieces went
ror'nliout $40 an n-re. There were,
hir.ll farmers present at the Bale and
they cculd not raise norMiffqrd I?
buv 2000 -aero lots, vh,llo they 'were
wllflng to bid In anything less than
200-acrs lots. Robert Shingle of the
Watcrlioise-Cjjnilan,v(llcl n notice
this morning that "the" mnrtgagoo
, would partliilly release the nve pieces
robl for $C000, although there Is a
$27.0,00 moitgngc beld by them on
the entire property.
, The above sale Is subject to nn
appeal by Henry Ilnpal,nnil oilier de
fendants now perfected and will go
for hearing beforo tlio Supremo
Msnchurla Sailing at Five Thirty.
St fvKrrire"s ' fairly hustled tlife ' large
r-aigoout of tho Paqlftc tU Jlncr
Manchuria today. Tho vessel arrived
villi '.nearly fifteen hundred onsof
fielgt for this port but neerthelcss
Iho agents It. Hackfold & Co.''nn
noiinred that thoy would dhjpalclKthe
MancHuiln for Jajian ports 'ai)" Hong
kong "dt flo thlity this evening. The
pssei Is taking away a humuor-of
rab'.n and Asiatic steeraga passen
BOUGHT BY RANCH
, Pasteboard Boxes
covered with Holly and Christ
mas Perry, esiqps tarjd ,ined
with watered paper.
All sizes and shapes.. - ,,
Ready to put the present in.,
Supreme Court Passes On
.Important Question By
In a decision handed down by thej
Supreme Court this morning, ll is
held that under tlio will of llernlcq
l'-iuahl lllshon the direction to the
trustees "to devoto a portion of each!
j ear's Income to the support and ed
ucation of orphans and others of In.
dlgent circumstances" refers to sup
pot t and education at the Kameha
melia Schools, and not to' support In
dependently of education.
The case was brought before
Judge Iloblnsun In the Circuit Court
for a construction of the will on this
point, and his decree is afllrmed In
the decision of the Supreme Court.
The trustees wanted to know,'
whether they could support indigent
persons Independent of the school or
pay tuition for pupils attending oth
er schools. '
"This beer belonged to mo," de
clared a Chinese witness under oath
buforo District Maglstiate I.ymer this
morning, during u hearing of a case
wherein Mini Moon, the pioprlotorof
the Canton Cafe, wis changed with
selling liquor without f.rstjlmvlnge
cured u llcenEo to dispose, of'1 the,
Tho statements coming from sev
eral Chinese witnesses, Uiat they had
been In the liablt of making small
purchaEes of bottled' hops and trans
ferring the same to tho Icoichcst (it
the Canton Cafe, had something, to
do' with" tho release of the Incarcer
ated Lum Jloon. "ihe proprietor of
tho restaurant was found not guilty
and released nt the conclusion of the
taking of testimony. , i ,
License InspectorFennolmailq the
'ar'rJBt irl' laijt atiinjay noon. He
vTsHcirtlie place of 'iJuslnes's.'ln com
piny wjtti (leclul Officer MlnylelW.
and byrtlio aid of a marked 25-cent
piece, iiurrlioseil n bottle of beer.
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o 911X13(0 Wfco Giyje Christ mas
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Mauites Declare That No De
ception Planned or
Tho I-ntul lloaid was In session nt
tho Capitol this morning, tho most
Important business beforo the board
being the Investigation of alleged
misrepresentations und lack of good
fnlth upon the part of a number of
applicants from Maul.
A subpoena waB Irsued at the last
regular session for Charles Wilcox,
wliojo statement was needed In con
nection with an allegation that a
irumbcr of aupllcanU.for public lauds
on Maul simply wnnted the lots, for
the purpose of cutting firewood."
This ttatemeiit was Ueiifed emphat
ically by Wilcox, who asserted that
the land applied for could all bo de-t
eloped under tho terms of the homo
stendlnz law and that the unnllcants
could live upon It according to the''
Wilcox was Insistent that there
was no lntenton upon tho xut of
the Maul upplnntB to deceive tho
Commissioner of Public Lands or,U
any way ,to avoid tho provisions of
the laud law
O. V. Tavarcs of Maul was called
upon for a statement in connection
with' tho allqro of n land nppllc.i-.
IJOII piUI'fU Ifl II1H UilliUa It, IC(ll.ll Utu
commissioner within the specified
time. Tavnres declared that he yinf'
In no way to blnmo for the failure
of the application to reach Hono
lulu, nssertlng that Jill ot tho signers
of the petition wero Informed that, tlio omplalnluK witness who declar
a deal yvus"pendtng whereby. another, od on tho stand that tho Filipino had
section nf land In Kula would lu un e.-icotmtorod while she was cm
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nnplled for. under nn agreement with
lh.o Cornwoll Itnucli representatives.
Vfnblo Is nn open-faced llo with u
.tUosame .liavjng comoroni anlcc
box located nt the rear of tho place.
The Chinese claimed Uliat the' beer
supplied tho officers had been fur
nished by a wholesale liquor store
across tho street.
'Tho bottles of nut-brown that Ken,
nell found In tho rcfrfgeraor were
'cliinicd" under oatlitfo S'e tlio prop
erty ot certain Chinese gentlemen.
wjio hud been In the' habit of Jtoep-Jminilier of friends of iho popular sklp
Ing n fupply of cold refreslmoriC at pcrswero nt'llio wharf to bid him ban
tho cafe I o box,
Paper & Envelopes
of different grades and sizes
in exquisite boxes.
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' many''' different graces' but
each an .acceptable present..
- NEWS - COMPANY,
Declares Coast Trip Was
Pleasure as Much as
James II. Dole, tho plneapplo man,
returned today on tho Mnnchuria
from a trip to tho Coast. Mr. Dole
declares that his trip was as much
for pleasure aS for business', and that
the reports that wero currept here
after ho left, tonccrnlng n deal with
Armour & Co., wero Incdrroct.
"I did not bee any of tho Armour
peop'e on tho C'oart, and. of course,
have not made a deal with them,"
said Mr. Dole -tcdny. "My trip did
not result In any bi'slness worth
mentioning, nnd was as nut h for
pleasure as fdr business."
A Kl!lp!n3 declare! Ur
inal Id had become so tipiiik
failed to nolo what ho w.m duln'i an 1
1 1 1 Ih blissful Btate resulted In his b '
Ing gatlioroj In by tho pollco ppon n
LII.IIHV I'l -0IMIl ll',l il IMIMIU1I nr
Judgo I.ymc.scntond Iho Klllp'.no
to three months labor at tho City nml
A Russian woman named Darin was
King street last Saturday night. The
man offeied nn Insulting proposal
which sho spumed. Ilecomlug an
geicd, tho ward of tho far away
l'hlllpplncs struck nut and landed scl
eral blpws upon the woman's fnce
nnd ,bcdy. -
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'Bark -Welch Off (r 8an Francisco:
Captain Kelly, master of tho Ame
rican baik Andrew Welch hopes for
a favorable passago to Ban Francisco,
iThat vessel wasMowed to sea at noon
yesterday, taklisr nliout flvo hundred
tons Sugar bllnstjj Ono passenger
ieft for theconst In- tho bark.
FESTOONS and CHRJSTMAS
'' BELLS, HOLLY and MIS'
DECORATIONS for the
HOUSE and TABLE for the
U a r 4 v
NA iHWW K S
OPEN .EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS.
OF FOUL PLAY
Inquest .Held This Evening to
Inquire Into Death of '
Under tho direction of Dr. Kmerson
an autopsy was performed this morn
ing to ascertain tho extent nf tlio
wounds sustained by Charles Nalho,
who Tell a distance of about twenty
five feet to his death from a veranda
of a Ither street tenement Inst night.
While tho pxnmliuitlon of tho scull
falls to reveal n fracturo of tho lono
llieic Is a scalp wound, star shapod,
which would Indlcalo Hint Iho man
sustained u serious bruise upon the
head, and II Is this blow that undoubt
ed'y caused death.
Tho fourth rib shows a fracturo
while thcro Is a bruise. o:i tho ublo
meu that caused a slight Itow of blood
Deputy Sheriff nml Qoroner Clmrle.i
Hose will Ijsld nn Inquest this 6v'c:i
Inc. ' .
An Investigation mado by Iho offi
cers today has revolted m evidence
of fouf play. ,'-I&'f.H."HlJeged that 'Nn
lei was under ihe Inliiiiinco of liquor
at tho (Imc bo full fio'ni'tho vornipla
In tho ground below. HU lioad Is be
llcvcl to have it ruck a stone If tho
bruise there can bo taken as an Indi
cation. The deceased man has boon employ
ed by tho Clly and County In tho
woik nf constructing roads and re
sides at I'nlolo. Ills ago Is given at
about thirty years nnd It was nt tho
residence of a brother that tho acci
Palmer Woods Is quoted ns saying:
"I havo .sofve'i my tlmo In politic,
nt n Kacrlflo of business iutoroMs,
nnd now I feci that I must dovjto my
self to my own affairs. I know noth
ing about this movement. Of course,
I would bo nn unworlhv citizen wero
I Indifferent to tlio public giod, nnd
unwilling to do my share of service.
When tho business Interests of tlio
.Territory unite on n man to sorvo In
Congress, that might be considered n
supremo call, I suppose, but I under
stand Prlnco Cupid will tcrvo out his
term, so any such cautlgency Is In
Whllo It, Is well (o meet your obli
gations promptly, It lit Letter to hare
"Irnniro ns It may seem, It's usually
lha good liver who has a bad liver.
and Christmas Cards in won
GIFTS for your men friends.
Wc'have any number of art
icles that will please the jricn.
PICTURES for the Den, the
Boudoir and College Room,
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NEW BILL AND
NEW.JVIUSIC AT BIJOU
The new DIJcu will mako an entlro'
chango of picgram this evening. For
nn after pleco tho Inughablo farce,
"Two Awful Dads," will lio put on.
Wullcr Peiry will liavo a part in tho
fane nnd will alio do his monologue
act In the van lovlllc. This bill this
cicnlux promises many surprises.
(llada Mlddletpn, tho girl of tho big
waidiobc, will Introduce some of her
latest mg lilts. Dunn and Dranton
havo a now stunt to offer white tho
other members cf tli3 llljou players
will put on new and novel nets.
"Amateur Night" which mido such
n big hit with tho ,!)IJu patrons Just
Friday will bo lopnalcd again Friday
MUSIC PIlOaUAM FOR TDK WKEK
1. March Stars and Stripe For-
over '. Sdusa
2. Overture Light Cavnlry (by rn-
aucst) l Suppa
". 'Wnltt Marsovln ......'.lllanko
4. Ilng-IIono-uIu ling Danmark
C. Selection Tho Fortuno Teller
(by request) Herbert
0. Song Kcry I.lttlo Movement
(by request) Hnschna
7. Waltz Nuptial Lincoln
Tbls Is tho last week of nomo
of tho llljou favorites. Arriving on
Iho .Wll.hclmlna pext week a bovy of
new talent will take Iho places 'of
soma of (ho present players and there
will be a general n'l around chnngj
In tho acts. Tonight nn entlro now
bill will bo put on Including Items by
tho vaudeville artists which will bo
seen hero for Ihe first time. A ono
net nftcr plero by tho members of
the American Musical Comody com
pany will bo one of Iho features. It Is
called "Two Awful Dads'' nnd Is said
to ho one ot tho funulsst farces over
presented hero. Walter Perry, tho
clever monnloglst, who Is ono of the
hnpplest mediums of tho llljou play
ers, will havo n part In tho after
piece. Ile. will 'also d'l his regular
vnudovlllo stunt and will tell somo ot
his "best and newest stories. Dunn
ond Ilranton, Vcrnct Hughes, Jamei
Itown Gladys Mfddletpn and olhar lll
jou favorites Vlll' bo Bocri and "lioaM
In now changes.
Tho success of tho first "nmalour"
nlglit, which was tried for tho first
tlmo last Friday, lll bo ropoated
nest Friday night nnd as there Is a
t !, ..'V ' U ' i-'
A' V ,
to secure the Christmas paok-,; -age.
Santa Claus and tjoljy ,'
designs. ' '
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for tying packages;
IT, tf tt A
waiting list of enough to go around
several times theto will bo Just us
much fun coming to tho patrons nt
(narked1 tlio show ot last week.
COMPANY OF SIX IS
HERETO OPEN EMPIRE
A company of six people, arrived
on tho Manchuria today to open tho
Umpire Theatre tomorrow night, un
der tho new management of J. T.
Tho players arc entertainers who
hae a varied lol of ntmisementB to
offer. There nro tho (llndstone rfls
tcrs and n sllght-of-hand crformcr,
whoso tricks aro ns mystifying nsnny
that havo over lieon shown horo. Tho
new people nro icgardcd ns flrslclasa
p'nyera, nnd tho Km litre, through
them Is certain to havo an auspicious
Tho new Iioiiro, or rather tho, rc
inoileled theatre will present an on
(holy different aspect. Tho Interior
has been entirely changed, tho walls
newly tinted, making 'Iho auditorium
bright and cosy, whllo tho stage has
been so .much' enlnrged that any dra
matic production can bo easily stag
ed. There will bo an orchestra ot
Tlio Ballory, which has been n re
rerved section, has been changed and
j;cats ,nnw o"rn Installed where (ho
"moving picturo ca'ljlucl,(ormoil),.occu
"nlpl 'valuable, space. Tho cabinet has
been moved back, and a now machine
will bq Installed to mako tho projec
tion of pictures on tho screen as near
perfect Us possible. Tho wholo hoiiso
Is equipped with opera chairs, nnd .Is
Iho tiuly moving p'ctiiro thentro In
,1)10 city h(v!ug, such chairs.
Theio will io hut one entrance on
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Alakca Wharf Barn of freight. 1
I'rlor to tho arrival' of tlio' Pacific
Mnll liner. Manchuria from J3nn Fran
c'lsco this morning, tho Alakca wharf
was practicably barren of jtrelght.' T;ho
great structure wai placed In order
nnd glcii n cleaning under tho super
vision of Ihe ofllclals. Tho Manchu
I la's shipment of ovc- Iwelvn hundred
tons has mado a considerable chew
Kauai Sugar Awaiting Shipment.
Purser Kent of tho Rteainer Klnau
has filed a report showing tho foliat
ing sugar awaiting shipment on tho
Harden Islands: V. K. 850. K.l. 19C0,
t.. P. B7C7. Thls"vessol arrived from
Kauai yesterday morning ""bringing
over nine thousand sacks of sugar and
other lines of rargo. Kino weather
was met on bath outward and home
ward , trips, .-, C "
!F'Vt11W,:.H'PJ'wSlf'' tot $$$' "'jjwwa nirftM t
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