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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1909
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THE MAUI NEWS
W. I. Coelho went to Honolulu
" Sam T. Kaiapa will spend the holidays
in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland are expected
Miss B. Fernandes was a passenger to
the city tbia week.
Rev. D. Murray was a passenger to
Honolulu this week.
D. B. McConachie was a passenger to
Honolulu by the Claudine.
' H. M. Coke of Wailuku wants your in
Mrs. Anderson and child of Kahului
weut to the city on this week's Claudine.
Alfred Martensen and Robert Ullis
returnedfroni Honolulu Tuesday evening.
Don't forget the auction sale at Dr. J.
J. Carey's on Monday Dec. 27th at 10 a.
Win. Keanu, Sr. of Kahakuloa went to
the city this week to spend holidays with
Recent rains have done much good
and have relieved the shortage of water
J. L. Fleming of Honolulu wason Maui
this week on business. He returned
Eddie Lyons returned from school this
week and is visiting his parents during
Miss Maxwell, a correspondent for
some Fresno papers is visiting Maui. She
is charmed with Iao.
Heime Meyer has succeeded it H.
Davis as assistant manager of tUe Maai
Wine and Liquor Co.
F. E. Harvy was a passenger to Hono
lulu this week. He has charge of the
Kula pipe line construction.
The old buildings on the Kahale estate
lot near Union Church have leen torn
down and the rubbish removed.
Your last apportunity this year to at
tend an auction sale will be at Dr. J. J.
Careys Monday Dec. 27th at 10. a. m.
The First National Bank has for sale
new aud second hand Red Brick. Prices
1 . .....-, lu O..M
V CI J nm, uiuat w nun.
W. G. Hall missed the steamer Wed
nesday and was compelled to take an
auto for Labaina in order to get home on
E. F. Deinert left or Kauai Wednes
day to visit his parents during the holi
days. He will return about the fth of
Dang Wong of Kahului has been com
pelled by illness to sell his interests in
the Chong Yuen Co. and left for China
Win. Martensen has severed his con
nection with the Kahului Railroad Com
pany and left for Honolulu where he will
wake his future home.
W. A. Yeats of the Nahiku school is
spending the holidays in Honolulu. He
is an enthusiastic supporter of the belt
road plan for East Maui.
. Evert Mymauover, the piano tuner is
again on Maui after a recent visit to the
South Seas. His work is highly spoken
of by those who know him.
Mrs. Rodriguese, formally of Honolulu
has opened dressmaking parlors in the
Tain Yau Block, Makawao. Patronage
Miss Edith Baldwin aud two of her
brothers, Ernest and Harold returned
from Punahou Saturday and are visiting
their pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. L. M; Bald
- Carl. Rose, the popular assistant Court
ty Clerk, celebrated his 31st birthday an
niversary last Thursday with a luau at
bis home. Music was furuislird by the
Mary Murphy obtaiued a divorce from
Robert J. Murphy in Judge Robinson's
court, Honolulu. Murphy was sometime
ago bookkeeper for J. A. Harris' W unless
Shop in Kahului'.
The members of the JapaueseyRed
Cross Society are invited attend the an
nual meeting of the society at thy office
of Dr. Morion Market street Wailuki on
January 2nd, 1910.
Mr. H. B. Udell of the Associated
Garage of Honolulu was 011 Maui this
week with a Hudson tweuty deuionstrat
ing car. The car is spoken of most
highly by those who-should know.
M. S. Jardiue of Paia took his family
to Honolulu for the holidays.
The Wailuku Auto Company wants
your business. We have good cars and
ANTON K DO RKGO,
Judge Seidell 11. Kingsbury has so fur
recovered from the effects of an injured
wrist which he sustained some months
ago while starting his auto, as to be able
to again use the stearing wheel of his
Senator W. T. Robinson went to Hono
lulu Wednesday. He was accompanied
by his three eldest daughters, the Misses
Eva, Lovey, and Pet. The young ladies
will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G.
M. Robertson of Honolulu for about two
Deputy Sheriff Crowell and Dr. Mead
were called to camp 10 on Tuesday to
investigate a "case that is supposed to be
one of suicide. A Jap was found hanging
by the neck in a gulch. As the body was
found to be in the Makawao district the
case was turned over to Deputy Sheriff
If you are in need of any household
effects, such as rugs, carpets, cheffouiers,
bedsteads, bureaus, refregator, ice boxes,
dining tabrts, chairs, pictures, book cases,
mattrasses etc. Attend the auction sale
at Dr. J. J. Cary's next Monday Dec.
27th at 10 a. m. and you will find many
other things that are exceedingly useful.
Christmas services will be held at the
Wailuku Union Church on Sunday, Dec.
26th at the usual hour for service; 7:30 in
the evening. Special music has been
prepared by the music committee of the
Church. A" special missionary offering
will be received in envelopes. The pub
lic is cordially invited to this set vice.
Road Superintendent W. E. Hal hasN
had the old stable and fences around the
county stable torn down and all of the
material buriied. This was made neces
sary on account of so many horses and
mules dying there of glanders. The fore
sight of Road Superintendent Bal will do
much toward stamping out the disease
here and may be the saving of the lives of
many head of valuable mules.
The regular monthly Ministers meeting
of the Ceutral Maui ministers was held at
the Kahului Church last Tuesday morn
ing. There was a good attendance. The
sermons for the day were on the Christ
mas theme, and were preached in outline
by Revs. Murray, and Kauaulalena, and
Mr. Yee Kui. 'The theological work of
Clarke's outline that Rev. Mr. Dodge
prepared was reviewed in Hawaiian by
Mr. Sam K. Kaiapa. Mr. Dodge spoke
upon Socials for the Beuefit of our
Churches. The ladies of the parish furn
The Regular Annual Meeting of Stock
holders of The First National Bauk of
Wailuku will be held at its Banking
House, in Wailuku, on Tuesday January
18th, 1910, at 10 o'clock A. M.
C. D. Ll'FKIN,
Dec. 18, 25, Jan. I, 8, 15.
The Regular Annual Meeting of Stock
holders of The Lahaina National Bank,
will be held at its Hanking House in La
haina, Maui, T. H. on Tuesday January
18th, 1910, at 7 o'clock P. M.
C. D. LUFKIN,
Dec. IS, 25, Jan. 1,-8, 15.
One roomy family phaeton at $60.
W. G. SCOTT,
A $185 Studelmker Buggy in good
condition. Inquire of
DR. J. H. FARRELL,
D. W. BURCHARD
Office: Schrader Bldjr. Main Street
Will practice in all Federal aud
What Meyer Says
of Pearl Harbor.
Secretary f tlit Navy Meyer in
his nnmial report say f insular
Owing to the changed conditions,
the past differences of opinion in
regard to tlie establishment of a
naval liasc in the Philippine Islands
have Ix'en entirely overcome. The
joint hoard has recently considered
this important matter, including
the whole strategic field of the
Pacific, and lias made a rejort rc-
lnmeiiiling that we maintain a
ill docking and repair station at
Olongapo, in the Philippine Islands,
hut that our main naval base in the
Pacific Ocean should he established
at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
This definitely disoscs of any
contention as to the locality for a
repair station in the Philippines and
enahles us to concentrate effort on
the building up of the naval hase at
Pearl Harbor and of the necessary
defenses in connection therewith.
The joint board gave close atten
tion to the various plans presented
for establishing a naval station in
Manila 1 Jay, hut finally decided that
no location presented had the neces
sary natural advantages; that while
a few could he made into suitable
naval liases at great excuse, Un
changed conditions in the Pacific
made such expense unnecessary and
undesirable. It was found that
OlongaiHt was ideally situated, as
far as natural adantages go, and that
in confining its facilities to the use
of the floating dock ami smaller re
pair shops, its defense would not
become one of serious moment.
The department desires to invite
your favorable attention to the ex
treme desirability of developing the
naval station party established at
(iuantanamo, Culm. Certain facili
ties exist there, and a dry dock has
been partly excavated, hut funds
are lacking to continue the building
up of this important insular station.
With the opening of the Panama
Canal the Caribbean Sea will become
the scene of great commercial acti
vity, and our responsibility as to the
ix)lice and maintenance of the canal
and our interest in the whole Carib
bean region urgently call for an ade
quate naval repair base in that loca
The naval hase at Pearl Harlior,
Hawaii, has been started under favor
able appropriations and conditions,
and it is hoped that the building up
of this important station can lie ra
pidly and economically can ted on.
Its importance and strategic value
can hardly lie over-estimated.
Moving Day at (he North Pole.
By Lluella Gatceon.
Confusion reigns in Polarland,
Where Santa Claus holds sway;
A hundred thousand million toys
Are boxed to send away,
And Mrs. Clans and Santa too
Are worried half to death
Aud have no time to eat or sleep,
And scarce to draw their breath,
While all the children cry and squall
Ami fall the air with woe,
For mortal men have reached the Pole,
And Santa has to go.
The factory is miles around,
And made ol hardened snow,
And all of Santa's helpers there
Are little Esquimaux,
Who paste and cut and saw
To make a hobby horse, a sled,
A book, a game, a Teddybear,
A little dolly's bed.
They see to work so skillfully
Throughout the Arctic nights
Because the place is all equipped
With patent "Northern Lights."
Now, strange as it may seem to you,
Poor Santa Claus is shy,
And so is Mrs. Santa Claus
I'm sure I can't tell why.
So, though they love the children well
And like to see them play,
When grown-ups come too near to them
The Clauses move away.
And as there is no spot on earth
Where men can never go,
The planet Mars will be the future home
Of "Claus Bi Co."
But though he soon will live 011 Mars,
Up in the sky so blue,
To children whom he loves on earth
Old Santa will be true;
And when next Christmas comes around
He surely will appear,
Though in an airship he will ride,
Instead of sjedge aud deer.
He'll leave his presents and be gone
Before the peep of light,
To bring good cheer to little ones
And make their Christmas bright
New York Herald
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT TERRITORY OF
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of KEA
NINI (k), late of Wniknpu, Wailuku,
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for
On Reading and Filing the Petition of
Jas. N. K. Kecila, Deputy Tax Assesor
and Collector, Wailuku District, Second
Taxation Division, acreditor, of Wailuku.
Maui, alleging that Keuniui (k) of Wai
knpti, Wailuku, Maui, died intestate at
Waikapu, Maui, on the 9th day of March
A. D. 19119, leaving property in the
Hawaiian Islands necessary to be admin
istered tixn, and praying that Letters of
Administration issue to Chas. Wilcox.
It is Ordered that Monday, the 17th
day of January A. I). 1909, at 10 o'clock
A. M., be and hereby is appointed for
hearing said Petition in the Court Room
of this Court at Wailuku, at which time
and place all persons concerned may
appear and show cause, if any they have,
why said Petition should not be granted,
and that notice of this order be published
in the English language for three succes
sive weeks in the Maui News, a weekly
newspaper printed and published in Wai
Dated Wailuku Maui, Dec. 7U1 1909.
S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of theCircuit Court of the Second
EiiMCNt) II. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Dec. 11, 18, 25, Jan. 1.
Dr. J. J. Carey gives notice that all
amounts due him must be paid by Dec
ember 20 or they will be placed in the
hands of a collector. This course is made
necessary by reason of his removal to
Power of Attorney.
During my absence from the Territory
A. K. Ting and Wong Tim will act for
me with full power of attorneys.
G. AH SEE.
July to January.
LODGE MAUI, No. 884. A. F. & A. M
Stated meetings will hp held at
Mas niic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each mouth at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
C. K. COPEI.ANI) li. V. M.
t. f. Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will le held at the
Kniuhts of Pythius Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visitiug memlers are cordially in
viled to attend.
WM. AULT, C. C.
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OF R. & S.
Who Handles Your
Stocks and Bonds?
The Stockholders of the Bank
of Hawaii, Ltd., own
controiinii; interest lnourtom-
Von know that means stability
We arc members of the llono
lulu Stock and ISond
HAWAIIAN TRUST CO., LTD
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the Maui Publishing Co.
Printers and Book-binders
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE Ols IN
TENTION TO FORECLOSE
AND OH SALE.
Notice is hereby given that under the
power of sale contained in Mortgage
dated September 19, looS, from Iouisa
Mosstuan and W. L. Mossman, of Wai
luku, Maui, to II. Stretibeck, of said
Wailuku, of record in Liber 3x9 Pages 237
239, Registry of Conveyances of Hono
lulu, the owner and holder thereof in
tends to foreclose same, and sell said
mortgaged property because of non-payment
of principal and interest due on the
promissory note secured thereby.'
The above mortgage was given to
secure payment of a promissory note for
two hundred and fifty dollars, of even
date therewith, payable one year after
date, executed by said Louisa Mossman
and W. L. Mossman to snid II. Streubeck
NOTICE IS LIKEWISE GIVEN
that, after the expiration of three weeks
from date of first publication of this
notice, to-wit, on Monday, January loth,
910, at twelve o'clock noon of said
day, said mortgaged property, for the
reasons aliove stated, will be sold at pub
ic auction at the front entrance to the
Court-house, in Wailuku, County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Terms of sale Cash, and deeds at ex
pense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to H.
Streubeck of Wailuku, or to I). II. Case,
Dated Dec. 15th 1909.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY TO BE
All of the undivided interest of Louisa
Mossman and W. L. Mossman in and to
that certain piece aud parcel of land situ
ate in Wailuku, Maui, more particularly
described in Kulcana Helu 3399 to Pae,
containing an area of 3.88 acres, and be
ing the land formerly owned by Annie
Miner, now deceased.
Dec. 18, 25, Jan. 1,8.
CONTllACTOlt and H U I L 1) E U
Plans and Estimates Furnished.
?niall Jobs and Repair Work by
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These instruments have many special, patented features
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All yon have to do with an jWTB-pi )TR piano is to operate
the pedals and move three little levers. Jt is simplicity itself
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C. D. LUFKIN, Agent.
ItOOI.AII A A KA MliA l A (MORA
Kl NO Kli I'ANIKU AME KUAI.
Ke hoolahaia akn nei, inalalo o ka ma
im knai maloko o kela Moraki i hanaia
Sepaleniaba 19, lyoS, e Louisa Mossman,
ame W. L. Mossman, o Wailuku, Maui,
ia II. Streubeck, o Wailuku i kakauiauia
ka Ituke Aupuiii 309 aoao 237 239 ma ke
Keena Kakau Kope o Honolulu i ok-loia,
o ka ona a me ka men mana e pan nei ua
makemake e paniku i ua moraki 'la, a
kind hoi i ka waiwai i morakiia no ka
uku oleia o ke kumupaa ame ka ukupa
nee o ka nota i hoopaaia e ua moraki Ma.
Ua haaw iia ka moraki maluna a'e i mea
e hoopaa ai i ka ukuia ana o kekahi nota
no elua haneri me kanalima dala i haa
wiia ma ia la hookabi no, e ukuia ilokoo
hook alii makahiki mahope mai o ua la
'la, i hanaia e Louisa Mossman ame W.
L. Mossman i oleloia ia II. Streubeck i
KE HOOI.A1IA PU IA AKU NEI NO
mahope o ka pan ana o ekolu pule mai ka
la e hoopuka tnua ia ai o keia hoolaha,
oia hoi, ma ka Poakahi Ianuari 10,
1910, ma ka bora umikumamaliia awakea
o ua la 'la, o ka waiwai i moraki ia, no 11 u
ktiniu i hoikeia maluna, e kuai ia ana ma
ke kudala akea 111a ka puka komo oka
Hale Hookoloknlo, ma Wailuku, Kalana
o Maui, Teritori o Hawaii.
Ke ano o ke knai ana, inn ke dala kui
ke, a o 11a palapala na ka mea kuai maie
No na mea i koe e ninau ia II. Streu
beck, o Wailuku, a i oleiu ia D. II. Case,
Mea Paa Moraki.
Hanaia Dekemaba 15, 1909.
KE ANO O KA WAIWAI F, KUAI IA
O ke kulcana apau i mahele oleia o
Louisa Mossman ame W. L. Mossman
iloko o kela apaua aina e waiho 'la ma
Wailuku, Maui, i hoakaka pono ia ma ke
Kulcana Helu 3399 ia Pae, nona ka Hi o
3.8S Eka, a oia no hoi kahi i ona ia ma
liiua e Annie Miner, i make.
Dec. 18, 25. Jan. 1, 8.
JOHN K. WA1WAIOLB
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