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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1911
Dr. Farrell left town Friday to locate
in Honolulu. .
Last Tueadav eveuini? tiif nanA nrrpitad.
1 ii tj :
Miss Arnold of Paia visited with
friends in Wallulcu lust
The Catholic Mission is erecting a large
building for a Sisters' school.
Messrs. Hadley and Troup are i ti town
preparing to install the electric light
Jack Rivers sold out his interest in the
barber business and returned to the
Dan Carey succumbed to the call of,
the anvil and is as happy as'a two-year-old
pounding on the hot stuff.
' The new bull ground begins to look
like the real goods. Don't forget a cozy
little corner for the band, Cap.
Mr. Langraf was discharged from the
hospital Friday after a successful opera
tion and will recuperate at his home.
The "Antiseptic" barber shop has
changed hands, and will in future be in
charge of Mr. Dominique of San Fran
Rev. Short has a horse which aspires
to automobile stunts. Last week it tried
to climb a fence with bad results to the
- Mr. T. S. Skinner who has been con
fined to his room for several days is
rapidly recovering and expects to be out
Im m fun) A a wtn
Charlie Rose received a wireless Friday
that hit mother is at the point of death.
.He leaves -on the Clandine today, lor
illio to visu ner. -.
Dr. WedUtck ana ur. i-arren aia
eolved partnership on January 1st. All
person owing the above firm 'of doctors
will py their money to Dr. Weddick.
the Good Shepherd will hold its regular
business meeting at the Rectory, Wai
luku, on Wednesday, January nth at
8:30 p. m.
Th waiinku union unurcn ounniue
being, rapidly transformed; The in
terior now resembles an executive cham
, ber, and when completed the town
fathers will be quite comfortably situated.
Dr. Pratt, acting head of the Territorial
Board of Health, arrived on Maui by the
Claudine this morning. He is coming
over to im over the health situation with
Mr. cnarlock. ir. rrau returns 10 Hono
lulu on the Mikaliala.
' Services will be resumed by the JJnion
Church, Sunday, the 8th. Sabath school
in the morning at the usual hour. In
the evening Rev. Judd ill preach. After
the regular service, a communion service
will be held. All services at the Alexan
der House Kindergarten rooms.
' Word has been received by Mr. G. W.
Wilbur, of the death in Los Angeles on
'December 24th, of Mr. N. E. Lemon.
, Mr. Lemon was well known on Maui,
having taught school here for a number
of years. Mr. Lemon was a brother of
Mrs. Wilbur. He leaves a wife and tour
Continued from Page lj
a. a . auv oil.
A deal whereby Alexander &
Baldwin acquire 100,000 shares of
the at(Kik of the Honolulu Consoli
dated Oil Company in California
has lxen put through. This trans
action is of advantage at both hands,
it assuring the success of . the com
pany and at the same time gives to
A. & B.'s plantations fuel oil in
abundance at the lowest figures
Honolulu, Jan. 3 (Afternoon.)
. Alexander & Baldwin today re
ceived advices from New York that
one of the largest centrals in Cuba
had sold its entire crop of sugar at
3.61 New York, deliveries to be
made as the sugar is turned out.
Here, these figures are regarded as
quite assuring, inasmuch as a lower
average had been expected, by the
more conservative, for the Hawaiian
crop. At 3.61 the net figure would
be something like 60 a ton, which
should -show a roasonble profit'.
Hawaiian Commercial this after
noon is $33.25 bid, while' Paia and
Haiku have advanced to $145 asked.
Pioneer is $173.60 bid, with the
dividend of one and a half per cent
Haiku and Paia this . morning
paid dividends of $1 each and Pio
neer a dividend of $1.50. The total
sums paid out were: Paia; $22,500;
laiku, $15,000; Pioneer, $41,250.
Total for Maui today, $78,750.
Ewa stock advanced about a dol
lar a share on the street today, due
to the feeling of confidence and
renewed interest which ' is slowly
coming with the new year. Other
Manager L. Weinzheinier gave a
very enjoyable supper at his resi
dence on Christmas Eve- The table
was beautiful decorated, the house
was brilliantly illuminated, and, a
very pleasant evening was passed.
Amnnir the invited guests were:
Messrs. F. Stark, H. Nussmann, E
Brecht, 0. Brech.t, E. Cullen, C.
Knachsted. J. E. Kennedy, Post
master Arthur Waal, William De
ooto. George Freeland, H. Hutchins,
and Dan Kohler. Later in the
evening the Club dance at Lahaina
Hall was a delightful occasion. ,
The New Year was ushered in
with steam whistles, the ringing of
. . 1
bells, gun salutes, nre cracsers,
auto horns, 'etc.
' ADDroptiate services, with well-
chosen musical selections, attracted
large congregations at the churches
on New Year's Day.
Mrs! Gibb of Olowalu entertained
Lahaina guests last week, and again
on New Year's Day.
Mrs. R. P. Hose entertained a
number of friends ou Monday after
Alexander Hose of Wailuku was
in Lahaina this week, visiting
The Woman's Guild made ar
tfangeuients for a pleasant evening
at Lahaina Hall on "Twelfth
Night,' Epiphany, January 6.
During the Week of Prayer, Rev
C. Q. Bumham is holding services
every evening at Hale Aloha.
Good men are scarce, and they
are just as scarce in Wailuku as
they are anywhere else. When we
are called upon to say goodbye to
two such good fellows as Dr. Farrell
and Jack Rivers in one week, well
we can only Bay it is a genuine loss
to the town and to the islands. Dr.
Farrell has been making his plans
for some time to leave Maui, and
;he Far East is his probable objec
tive after he has spent some- time in
Honolulu. The Dr. has had a flat
tering offer to go to China, and
though we are loth to loose him
from Maui, still his opportunities
will be greatly increased in the
newer and larger field.
With Rivers it is different be is
just getting up and shaking the dust
off his feet and getting out. He
has no regard for the feelings of the
community in the matter, and
when the word went around that he
had sold out his business, it came
as a genume surprise. Jack will be
missnd, in his shop, where with his-
sunny smile and genial disposition,
he has succeeded in extricating good
hard earned coin from his customers'
pockets. He will also be missed
from the County band, where he
has played first cornet ever since
the band was organized, and by his
earnestness and faithful efforts, has
assisted Bandmaster Schraeder to
keep the band improving. We ex
tend our heartiest good wishes to
both these gentlemen, and hope
they will be most successful in their
Buget of the County of Maul tor the
Heading of Account
Budget Appropriated Budget
Estimated balanr carried forward from 1910 39,010
Receipts from Property and Income Taxes 179,000
" ',' Road Tax Special Deposit 21,200
" " Waterworks.- 9,200
" " License Fees 16,000
" " District Courts 7,500
" " Miscellaneous Souous... 3,000
Total Estimated Receipts for the year 191 1
Amount Carried over to 1912
Available for Expenditure for 191 1.
Department of the Board ol Supervisors.
Salary Supervisors.. ; 3,000
Support and care of Indigents.
Total Department of the Board of Supervisors
Department of the County Clerk.'
Salary County Clerk J
' Asst. " "
Incidentals County Clerk
Bonds Couuty Officers
Telephones and Wireless. 3,000
Total Department of the County Clerk..
Department of Finance.
Salary of Auditor
" Depty "
Incidentals " ,.......
" Depty , '
Total Department of Finance
Department ol Justice.
Salary of County Attorney-
" Depty "
" Clerk " .
" Stenographer " ..
Incidentals County " . .".
Salary District Magistrates..'.
Expenres District Courts
" Witness " ' "
' ; . " Circuit ' .'.
Total Department of Justice
Department of Public Health.
Salary of County Physicians .....
" Fish and Sanitary Inspectors..: 2,220
Incidentals Fish and Sanitary Inspectors..
C. & M. Malulani Hospital....:
" County Farm and Sanitarium. ....'.....
" Molokai Hospital-
Total Department of Public Health
Department of Police.
Salary of Sheriff
" Depty " Wailuku.. ;
', " Lahaina.... i
" ", ".Makawao 1..........;. ..........
.. ... 1. Hana. )
" Jailors and Prison Guards
Pay of Police Wailuku.. ...I
" Lahaina ..........
" Makawao.. .1...:...,
" !' " Hana
" " " Molokai.
Coroners Inquests. , .'
Support and Maintenance of Prisoners..
Detective Fund Wailuku
" ' Lahaina....
" Hana .' ......
" " Molokai.
Examiner of Chauffeurs.....-...'.
Total Department of Police
Accident On Clandine.
When the Claudine was leaving
the wharf at Honolulu last week,
Carl Leonard, a jockey, on his way
to Hilo, and who was intoxicated,
fell from the gang plank and was
killed. According to an eye witness
of the accident, just as the steamer
was ready to leave the wharf, Leo
nard started up the gang plank,
and lurched against the rope run
ning along the gauway from the
wharf to the steamer. The rope
was not fastened at the end connect
ing with the steamer, and as the
man's weight was thrown against
it, the rope slipped off, and he land
ed on the wharf, breaking his neck
3,000 f 3,000 1 3,000
750 M5 .
jo 175 5
1,200 I 1,200 1,200
900 900 750
5 5 5o
1.5 i.45o 3.000
600 600 750
3,000 2,900 3,000
500 1,600 1,500
1,500 1,600 2,000
1,500 I 1,500 1,500
1,080 r,o8o 1,080
950 . 17s 150
'.5 1,5 1.500
1,080 1,080 1,080
250 175 150
1,800 1,800 I 1,800
1,200 1,200 1,200
900 900 ' 900
900 900 900
1,50a 1,600 1,500
5,280 5,280 . 5,280
500 250 250
loo 50 , 50
' 1,500 i.aoo 1,500
' I 13.380
fc.44 $ l.44o $ 2,500
2,220 2,250 , a.350
100 50 500
5,400 - 5,500 5500
1,800 $ 1,800 t 1,800
1,300 ' 1,200 1,200
960 960 960
960 . 960 960
960 . 960 960
600 600 600
820 775 - 900
3,420 3,420 2,820
8.440 ; , . 8,220 8,500
4,500 4,650 4,500
4,200 4,100 4,400
3,420 3,420 8,420
3,460 3,040 - 2,460
500 600 500
5,000 4,600 5,000
1.500 1,540 1,500
1,350 625 600
350 125 125
350 17s 150
200 1 100 75
100 50 50
100 225 300
Department of Public Improvements.
Salary County Engineer.
" Master Mechanic J
" Clerk Dept. Pub. Works
" ' " County Engineer ,
" District Overseers.
Incidentals County Engineer
.$ 3,400 ' f 3,400.00 $
" -Hana - :
C. & M. Rds,, Brdgs., & Waterworks, Wailuku....
'.. " " " Lahaina.......
" . . Makawao....
-v ' Hana
1 " " . Molokai
Interest and Sinking Fund Kula Pipe Line.
Total Department of Public Improvements
Band .. '
Total Subsidies. '
Recapitulation of Expenses.
Department of the Board of Supervisors
" " Justice.. ;.. ,
" Public Health
" " Police
" ". Public Improvements.
600 I 600 600
300 300 600
300 . 300 300
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreclose Mortgage and of
Pursuant to a power of sale contained
in that certain Mortgage made by Polly
Kalua, wife of JoLn W. Kalua, Mortga
gor, to Jose V. Maciel, Mortgagee, dated
the 10th day of July, A. D. 1908, and
Reoorded in the Office of the Registrar
of Conveyances, in Honolulu, Oahu, in
Liber 301, at pages 37 r et aeq., notice is
hereby given that said Mortgagee in
tends to foreclose said Mortgage for con
dition broken, to wit: the non-payment
of principal and interest when due:
And notice is hereby further given
that said Mortgagee will sell the property
conveyed by said Mortgage, at Public
Auction, at the front entrance of the
Court House, in Wailuku, Couuty of
Mani, Territory of Hawaii, on Saturday,
the 21st day of January, A. D. 1911, at
the hour of twelve noon of said day.
JOSE V. MACIEL,
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, December
loth, 1910. -. -
The property described in Mid Mort
gage, and to be sold as aforesaid, being:
All those certain lots, pieces and par
cels of land situate in Iao Valle-, in snid
Wailuku, bounded and described as
(a) Portion of Apana 3, Land Com
mission Award 418 to Halualani;
(b) Portion of Apana 2, Land Com
mission Award 490 to Hapaweuweu;
(c) Portion of Land to J. V ; Have-
kost, in the Hi of Puakea, Keoneula,
The metes and bounds of said three
piece of . land as a whole being as
Beginning at a point three feet inside
the fenct, the East angle of this lot, and
S. 66.1-3 0 W., 9. op Chains along road
N. 85.3-4 0 w., 3.20 Chains along Konohiki;
.68 Chains along al
ley-way to Kamaka;
860 k., 1.97 Chains along Ka
S. 74-1-4 E., I.20 Chains along Poa
lima; N. 7.1-4 W., I.811 Chains along Ka
29 Chains along Ka
W., .38 Chains along Kamaka;
W., 2.88 Chains along Ka
maka to three feet
above Junction of ditch
to Kaima auwai;
E., 5.02 Chains along
South side of ditch;
80.1-2 o E., 3.0S Chains along
79.1-3 E., 3.97
70 E., .70
84.1-2 E., 1.30 Chains along Ko
nohiki and across the
, Government Road to
the initial point, and
containing area of 3.-164-1000
Acres; area of
one Poalima, 6-1 00
Acre; area of a portion
of Napela Apana, 83-100
Acre; exact area
3.074-1000 1 Acres; the
said described premises
being a portion, of the
lands conveyed to said
1 Mortgagor by deed of
Dorcas R. Decker, dat
ed May 17, 1907, and
recorded' iu the Regis
try of Deeds, in Hono
lulu, Oahu, in Liber
391, folio 321 et aeq,
One piece of land in Land Com
mission Award 406 to Napela, and Apana
8 of said Land Commission Award 406 to
Napela, containing an area of 5-100 of an
Acre; the same being a portion of the
lands conveyed td said Mortgagor by
deed of Dorcas R. Decker, dated Febru
ary 6, 1907, and recorded in said Registry
of Deeds, in Liber 387, folios 287 et seq.
For further particulars apply. to John
M. Vivas, Attorney for the Mortgagee,
at nia omce in iwauuku, Maul
Dec. 17, 24, 31, Jan. 7, 14.
tloolaha a ka Mea Paa Morahl
no k Panlku ame Kual.
Mamuli o kekahi mana kuai iloko o
kela Moraki i hacaia e Polly Kalua, wa
hine mare a John W. Kalua, Mea Moraki,
ia Jose V. Maciel, Mea Paa Moraki j ma
ka la 10 o lulai, M. II. 1908, a i kopeia
ma ke Keena Kakau Kope, ma Honolulu,
Oahu, ma ka Buke 301, aoao 371 a pela
aku, ke hoolahaja aku nei ua makemake
ka mea paa Moraki e paniku i na moraki
Ma no ka uhakiia o na aelike, oia hoi, ka
uku oleia o ke knmupaa ane ka uku-.
panee i ka manawa e ukuia ai:
A ke .hoolaha pu ia aku nel no hot
kuai ana na mea paa moraki Ma i ka wai
wai i hooliloia ma ua moraki Ma, ma ke
Kudala akea, ma ka puka komo o ka
Hale Hookolokolo, ma Wailuku, Kalana
o Maui, Teritori o Hawaii, ma ka Poaono,
la 21 o lanuari, M. H. 191 1, ma ka hora
umfkutnamalua awakea o ua la Ma.
JOSE V. MACIEL,
Mea Paa Moraki.
Hanaia ma Wailuku, Maui, Dekemaba
O ka waiwai i hoakakaia maloko o ua
moraki Ma, a e kuaiia aku ana e like me
ia maluna a'e, penei: - .
O kela mau apana aina e waiho Ma ma
ke awawa o Iao, Wailuku 4 oleloia, peaei
na palena ame ka hoakaka ana:
(a) Mahele o Apana 2, Kuleana Helu
418 ia Halualani;
(b) Mahele o Apapa 2, Kuleana Helu
490 ia Hapaweuweu;
(c) Mahele o ka aina ia J. D. Have-
kost, ma ka Hi o Puakea, Keoneula, Iao;
Ka moe ana ame na palena o ua mau
apana aina Ma ekolu 1 huipuia penei noia:
E hoomaka a ke kiko ekolu kapuai
maloko o ka pa, ke kihi Hikina o keia
apana, a e holo ana:
Hema 66.1-2 0 Kom., 9.00 Kaulauao
. ma ke Alanui ante Ko
, aobiki; -
Akau 85.3-4 0 Kom., 3.30 Kaulahao
Akau 30 Hik., .68 Kaulahao
ma keala-liilii a bikt
Hema 86 Hik., 1. 97 Kaulahao
Hema 74-1-4 Hik., 1.20 Kaulahao
. ma Poalima;
Akau 7-1-4 Kom., 1.81 Kaulahao
Kom.- .29 Kaulahao
. Hema 7 0 Kom., .38 Kaulahao
ma Kamaka; '
Akaa . 60 Kom., 2.88 Kaulahao
ma Kamaka bikl I
ekoln kapuai maluna o
ka buina o ka auwai ia
, Kaima auwai;
Akau 88. 1-3 o Hik., 5.03 Kaulahao
ma ka aoao Hema o ka
. . anwai;
Akau 80.1.3 Hik., 3.08 Kaulahao
ma ia aoao no;
-Hema 79.1-2 Hik., 2.97 Kaulahao
ma ia aoao no;
Hema 70 Hik., .70 Kaulahao
ma ia aoao no;
Akau 84.1-3 Hik., 1.30 Kaulahao
ma Konohiki a a'e ma
kela aoao o ke Alanui
Aupunl a hiki i kahi i
, 'hoomakaM, a nona ka
Hi o 3.164-1000 Eka;
iW o hookah! Poalima,
i 6-100 Eka; ili o kekahi
mahele o ka Apana e
' Napela, 83-100 Eka; Ili
oiaio 3.074-1000 Eka; a
oia no hoi kekahi o na
aina i hooliloia i ka
mea moraki ma ka pa
lapala kuai a Dorcas R.
s Decker, i hanaia Mei
17, 1907, a i kopeia ma
ke Keena Kakau Kope
ma Honolulu, Oahu,
'' ma ka Buke 291, aoao
- 321 a pela aku.
(d) Hookahi apana aina iloko o ke
Kuleana Helu 406 ia Napela. ame Apana
8 o ua Kuleana Helu 406 Ma ia Napela.
nona ka ili o 5-100 Eka; a oia no kekahi
o na apana aina i hooliloia i ka mea
moraki ma ka palapala kuai a Dorcas R.
Decker, i hanaia Febeniari 6, 1907, a i
kopeia ma ke Keena Kakau Kope i olelo
ia, ma ka Buke 287, aoao 287 a pela aku.
No na mea i koe e ninau ia John M.
Vivas, Loio o ka mea paa moraki, ma
kona keena, ma Wailuku, Maui.
Dekemaba 17, 34, 31, lanuari 7, 14.
The First National Bank
rtf WnlliiL-n t
i - 93.790
Subsidies . 1,90
Total for Maintenance Expense for 1911 f 190,160
Permanent Improvements, 1911. 80,000
Total Available for 1911 - 270,160
The Board of Supervisors for and within the County of Maui
By Wh. F. POGUE, Chairman.
Wu. Feed Kaas, Couuty Clerk.
American Bankers Ass'n
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