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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1911
Notice of Sale of General Leases
of Public Lands Situated on the
Island of Maul.
At ti o'clock noon, Saturday, October
ai, i9ti, at the front door to the Capitol,
Honolulu, there will be sold at public
auction under provisions of Part V, of
the Land Act of 1895, Section 276-285 In
clusive, Revised Laws of Hawaii, Gen
eral Leases of the following described
lands; Applicant, Pioneer Mill Co,, Ltd.
All persons desiring to object because
these lands should be homesteaded or
otherwise, are requested to present such
objections to the Board of Public Lands,
in writing or in person, on or before
October 11, 191 1, at 2 p. m., at the
Capitol Building, Honolulu.
(I) Lease of a portion of the lauds of
Paunau, Lahaina, Maui, containing an
area of 150.0 acres, more or less. Upset
rental 750.00. per annum; payable semi
annually in advance. Term of lease, 15
years from October a I, 191 1.
f 2) Lease of a portion of the Ahupuaa
of Honokawal, Lahaina, Maui, contain
ing an area of 80.44 acres, more or less.
Upstt rental $242.00 per annum; payable
semi-annually in advance. Terra of lease,
15 years from October 21, i9ii.
Reservations regarding land required
for reclamation, settlement or public
purposes, will be embodied in these
For maps and further information, ap
ply at the office of the Commissioner of
Public Lands, Capitol Building, Hono
Dated at Honolulu, August 16th, i9ii.
CHARLES S. JUDD,
Commissioner o) Public Lands,
Aug. 26. Sept a, 9, 16, 23, 30. Oct. 7, 14.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the Estate of
David Noholoa, Deceased.
The undersigned having been duly ap
pointed executors of the will of David
Noholoa, deceased, hereby give notice to
all creditors of said decedent to present
their claims, duly authenticated and with
proper vouchers, if any exist, and whether
such claim be secured or unsecured, to
either of the undersigned in person, or at
the office of their attorneys, Holmes.Stan
ley and Olson,- in Honolulu, within six
months from the date of the first pub
lication of this notice, said date being
September 9, 191 1, or within six months
from the day they fall due, er the same
will be forever barred. -
- bphov tininree , .
WILLIAM L. STANLEY,
CLARENCE H. OLSON.
Executors of the Will of David Noholoa,
Holmes, Stanley & Olson, attorneys for
Honolulu, September 8, 191 1.
Sept. 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7.
Notice of Sale of Delinquent
Shares of the NAHIKU RUBBER
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing assessable shares of the capital stock
of Nahiku Rubber Co., Ltd., will be
sold at public auction to the highest bid
der, at the frout door of he First Na
tional Bank of Wailuku, on Saturday,
October 14th, 1911, at la o clock uoon,
for assessments unpaid and more than
thirty days delinquent, in accordance
with the By-Laws of the Company.
By order of the. Board of Directors,
C. D. LUFKIN,
STOCK TO BE SOLD:
' Ctf. Amt. due
15 shares.. .No. 130.. .-I 670 00
R. J. Wilkinson
30 shares... " 194...- 1200 00
H. L. Shaw
1 share.... " 337...- 88 00
W. T. Robinson
3 shares... " 426.... 150 00
a shares... " 458.... 60 00
Sept. 16, 83, jo, Oct. 7.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
I11 the Matter of tie Estate of AUWAE
NOA KEPOIKAI, late of Wailuku, Maui.
Notice to Creditors.
' Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against the Estate of
Auwae Noa Kepoikai, late of Wailuku,
County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, to
present the same to the undersigned, J.
N. S. Williams, Administrator with the
will annex, of said Estate, at Kahului,
Maui, within six months from date of
publication of this notice, or payment
thereof will be forever barred.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
Administrator with the Will anuexed of
the Estate of A. N. Kepoikai.
Executrix of said Estate.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this nth day
of July, 191 1.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing Ordinance will be taken up for final
consideration on Friday, October 13,
191 1,' at 9:00 A. M.
SWIMMING, BATHING AND WASH
ING IN THE IAO STREAM, IAO
VALLEY, ABOVE THE INTAKE OF
GOVERNMENT PIPE LINE, OF
THE WAILUKU WATER WORKS,
AND PROVIDING A PENALTY
Be it Ordained by the Board of Super
visors within and for the County of Maui:
Section 1. Swimming, bathing and
washing in, or the using in any other
manner whatsoever that may pollute or
tend to contaminate the waters of lao
Stream in lao Valley, above the intake
of the Government Pipe Line, of the
Wailuku Water Works, that is, above
what is commonly known as and called
the second crossing, is prohibited.
Section 2. Any persons who violates
the provisions of section one of this Or
dinance shall, upon conviction, be fined
in a sum not exceeding Jro.oo together
with costs of Court; and, in thefevent of
default of payment of such fine and
costs, shall be imprisoned in the County
Jail until the same shall have been dis
charged by operation of the general laws
applicable in such cases.
Section 3. This Ordinance shall take
effect from and after its publication once
a week for a period of two consecutive
weeks in a newspaper of general circula
tion published in the County of Maui,
and the posting of a true copy thereof
upon a bulletin board in front of or near
the rooms occupied by . the Board of
Supervisors. . ' ,
Board of Supervisors within and for
the County of Maui. .
By W. F. POGUE,
. Attest. Wm. FRED KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors within
and for the County of Maui.
Sept. 16, 23, 30.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
- SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
. RITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of the Estate of HENRY
N. LANDFORD, late of Kahaupali,
Makawao, Maui, deceased intestate.
NOTICE TO CRBDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against the Estate of
Henry N. . Landford, late of'Kahaupali,
Makawao, Maui, Territory of Hawaii, to
present the same duly authenticated and
witji proper, vouchers, ii such exist, to
the undersigned at the Wailuku Tax of
fice, Wailuku, Maui, within six months
from date of publication of this notice,
or payment thereof will be forever barred.
Dated Wailuku, Maui, this August 21,
1911. .. .
J AS. N. K. KEOLA,
Administrator of Estate of Henry N.
Landford, late of Kahaupali, Makawao,
Aug. 26. Sept. 2, 9, 16.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hail, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend.
E. F. DEINERT, C. C.
C. C. CLARK, K. OF R. & S.
LODGE MAUI. No. 984, A. F.& A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hail, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
F. P. ROSECRANS R. W. M
t. f. Secretary
MULES FOR SALE.
By each trip of the S. S. Enter
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of California Horses and Mules
Write for costs, stating size and kind
of animals wanted. We are hand
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and are in a position to give you the
best price and finest of stock.
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equipped. Good tires. This car will be
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Apparently It Was a ;
By CLARISSA MACKIE
Copyright by American Preaa Asso
ciation, 1811. . .
Cella O'Brien sat stiffly In the pat
ent rocker, and on the other Bide of
the room the bard sofa upheld the
burly form of Dennis Flint Between
them, on a marble topped stand, rest
ed the small working model of an air
ship. Miss O'Brien broke the strained si
lence with a hysterical laugh.
"And so you've spent all the money
on that-that!" She pointed a trem
bling Soger at the airship.
"Every blanked centl" growled Den
"Even the furniture money the
money for the green parlor set when
we was to be married next month?"
she insisted tearfully.
"Not a copper left not enough to
buy a shoestring," admitted Dennis,
taring belplesaty at his feet
"And all for that-that thing what
couldn't do a thing for anybody!.' i
"I'm glad 1 didn't let go my Job at
the store," said Cella pointedly.
"The"h you won't wait for me any
longer?" asked Dennis, turning away,
his kind face quite white with pain
"1 don't see any use," returned his
sweetheart stonily; "by the time you've
saved money enough to get married
on I'll be so old and gray there won't
anybody look at me. If you'd only
stuck to your Job and been a good ma
chinist Instead of a poor forlorn Inven
tor we could have been married nest
month and bad a parlor with the green
"To the dlwle with the greeu par
lor set Sure and you ougbter mar
ried a furnltoor man," sputtered Den
nis wrathfully. "Yure bead's full of
"And that's more than your own Is,
Dennis Flint" Interpolated a grim
"wii.li xou orva iin $135?"
voice from the doorway. "Of all the
Impty beaded gossoons you're the limit!
Cella, yure engagement to Dennis Is
broke. 1 never wished ye the bad
luck to marry the likes of him, but ye
would have after him and It's turned
as might be expected. Don't you nev
er see nlm no more! Mist her Flint I
wish ye good avenlng!"
Mrs. O'Brien turned her lumbering
bulk aside, and her flaming red face
disappeared. "Good night Mlsther
Flint" she repeated from the shadows.
"Good night" returned Dennis sav
agely, and without a glance at the
walling Cella be tramped down the
stairs and out into the streets.
A long dreary night spent In turning
over plan after plan for the disposal
of bis Invention left ulm weary and
depressed the following morning. In
the afternoon be went to the large fur
niture store, past whose glittering win
dows be-and Cella had so often strolled
on summer evenings and before which,
lately, they had paused more often to
discuss the merits of the furniture dis
There bad been one momentous oc
casion when they bad entered the store
and looked at parlor suits and both
had fallen In love with one of ma
hogany, upholstered In deep green
plush. Dennis bad gone so far as to
make a deposit of $10 on the furni
ture, and the balance was to be paid
within a week or so.
Several weeks had passed and the
young man bad become engrossed in
his Invention; dollar after dollar bad
been withdrawn from the bank until
the evening before he bad faced a
balanced bank account and gone
straight to Cella and confessed with
out a misgiving as to her attitude.
In the visions of Dennis Flint there
were huge factories, belching forth
smoke from the furnaces that sup
plied the power that manufactured the
new ships. He could see men stream
ing home from work with dinner palls;
be could see rows of neat cottages,
where contented wives and happy
children worked and played; be could
see Cella. his wife, living in an afflu
ence such as she had never dreamed
of In her position as saleslady In the
big department store. ''
And all these visions vanished be
fore the reality that a green plush
parlor suit meant more to Cella and
her mother than all the airship and
air castles in the world. If these
things would make Ceiia happy then
It was his plnce to see that she had
them, provided she would reconsider
her decision not to mnrry him.
So Dennis walked Into the furniture
store and sought out the black eyed
man who had waited on him before
and who could discourse for long
hours on the beauty of green parlor
suits and never onre repeat bis phrases
or contradict lilmself.
"Ah I" said the man, looking at him
"Yes," said Dennis. "1 paid $10 on
account of a green plush parlor suit a
few weeks bach."
The man looked blankly at him,
then called to another man, who rang
for a boy and sent him on an errand.
When the boy came bnck the black
eyed man telepboued somebody, and
at last be came back to Dennis with a
scrap of paper in his band.
"Sold to Dennis Flint one parlor
set, green plush, mahogany finish.
Price $43; paid on account $10; bal
ance due $35." He paused breathless
ly. "That's all true," said Dennis, awed
by this display of business detail.
"Now, don't make no mistake about
that set I'll come In and pay for the
rest of It" He moved away.
"The lady has just been in, and she
says It won't be needed." The man
stared at him Impudently.
Denuls paled and his Hps set firmly.
"You'll save It as I told you under
stand? -If the lady don't want It, I
"Very well," said the man hastily
and made a memorandum on the
As Dennis walked oat through one
of the revolving doors in the front of
the store Cella O'Brien hastened in
ward from the street Tbey were
separated only by a few feet of space,
but each one was so absorbed in bis
misery that tbey passed as strangers
All at once a thought came to Den
nis, and be hastened back to bis room
In the boarding bouse and took the
model airship under bis arm. There
was one expert whom he bad Just re
membered, a man of small capital, but
large brain. Dennis would as a last
resort approach this person with the
He bad exhausted the patience of the
various experts be bad approached dur
ing the past few months. Tth?re bud
been lacking one essential point about
bis Invention that denied Its practica
bility; now be bad supplied that one
thing and he was sure the ship would
be a success. He was not a dreamer
he was a practical man. This was
the one thing be bad Invented, and
perhaps It would be the Inst
Dr. Long received the young Irish
man with a slight Impatience which
changed to keen Interest as he exam
ined tbe model. For several hours
they worked over tbe little airship, and
at tbe end of that time the older mun
pushed back his glasses and looked at
"Your ship will be a success, I be
lieve. I am going to France tomor
row. Come with me, and we will
work together for your success. You
will be a rich mun, a famous man,
"For how long shall we be gone?"
demanded Dennis grimly.
"A couple of yeurs. But It will be
worth tbe time spent. At tbe end of
that time you will be a rich man. and
I will not be poor," smiled the doctor
Dennis stared out of tbe window
Into the busy street He had dream
ed of riches for Cella and. bluiKelf,
never for himself alone. hat could
be do with money If not spend It on
"How much will you give me for It
as It stands?" be asked bluntly.
"I can't afford to give you what it
Is worth, Flint" returned the doctor
frankly. "V am not rich; Inventors
never are. Better decide to come with
me and make your money out of it
"I want it now," returned Dennis
grimly. He paused and meutally fig
ured the cost of the little bouse fur
nishings tbnt be and Cella bad plan
ned so many times, iucludlug tbe
green parlor suit. "Will you give me
$135?" be asked anxiously.
Tbe doctor Jumped to bis feet
"Man alive! Are you crazy?" be de
Dennis shook bis bend impatiently.
"I will be if 1 can't get that sum be
fore, tonight," he muttered.
Dr. Long weut to his desk and filled
out a check aud a bill of sale. "1 can
afford $500," he said, holding out the
check. "And now I fiel like a robber.
Some day you mny bear from me
When Dennis reached the top of the
third flight of stulrs that led to the
O'Brien flat the head of Cello's mother
flashed out of the door.
"Whist!" she uttered solemnly. "Ce
lla's tbnt broke up over yure quarrel
she's had to come home from the store.
I think nbe'd fly away with ye this
mlolt if yure little ship was ready.
She's terrible upset ovir something,
and she ays she nlver wants to see a
grane plunh parlor suit ag'lu nor more
do I. fer I think red Is more tasty
like." "It's too bad Cella 'd be Itkln' me
when you don't approve. Mrs. CBrlen."
began Dennis politely, when she Inter
rupted him by a gentle push within tbe
"G'wan." she said affably. "I liked
ye best of ull. an' I wasn't goln' to
have Cella playin' with ye. 1 know
bow to niauage her. She'll wnlt fer ye
twenty year now thut I've forbid ye
"She ' won't huve to wait twenty
days," aald Dennis bnpplly as be
swooped down and snatched a kiss
from the kindly red face ' before he
went to Cella.
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