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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, J 911
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter
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NOVEMBER 11, 1911
The stork paid a visit to the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Macdonald
at Lahainaluna last Thursday and
presented them with a, Well!
Carnegie Macdonald would sound
alright. Mother and son are get
ting along nicely and Papa is nicely
The grim reaper was also a Visi
tor here last Friday, and took from
our midst one of our beloved young
women. Mrs.. J. Soares was taken
suddenly ill at about 11 o'clock
Thursday night, and although Drs.
Hurt and Osmers were early sum
moned to her assistance she declined
so rapidly that their) efforts proved
turtle, one leaves to morn nor, a
family and a huge circle of friends
Passing of the Manchus.
INCH 1644 the Manclius have sat on the throne of China. Re
presenting a population of only about 6,000,000 out of a total of
somewhere around 400,000,000, the male and female rulers of
this race, which descended upon China from the north much as the
Normars did in Great Britain, have managed to overcome every move
ment that has been made to oust them.
The Manchus belong by language and physical type to the Tungusic
group of Siberian peoples dwelling in Northeastern Asia between the
Yenesei river and the Pacific. Up to the time of their conquest of
China and their subsequent assimilation of Chinese culture, the Man
chus were known as a rude, energetic and warlike people. They have
since, however, encountered the fate of many other conquerors, and
have been gradually absorbed by those whom their ancestors reduced to
subjection. The Manchus, coming from the banks of the Amur, set
tled in Lia Lang, a region somewhat similarly situated with respect to
China. There they learned something of the civilization of China, and
watched for an opportunity to obtain possession of the empire.
The opportunity came through the decay which seized the Ming dy
nasty then on the Chinese throne. Formidable rebellions broke out and
one of the rebel leaders captured Peking. Overtures were made to the
Manchus and their assistance invoked to restore order in China. The
Manchus ngreed with alacrity, marched into the southern empire, re
covered Peking and kept it, placing one of their own royal family on
The Manchus treated their new subjects as a conquered people and
imposed the burden of foreign garrisons and a new nobility. They in
troduced their own language and tried to perpetuate it as the speech of
the court, if not of the people. The language of the people, however,
asserted itself, and the original Mancliu tongue :s wot now spoken in
The conquerors found it necessary to conciliate the subject race by
libeial and timely concessions, but imposed the external badge of sub
jection, which is symbolized by the queue. Habit in time mure or less
reconciled the people to its ue, but it has nevertheless offered a tempt
ing grip to revolutionary agitators. F.very party that has raised the
standard of revolt has abolished the queue, and a few months ago the
Imperial Government made a concession to the agitators in an edict per.
mitting queues to be cut off.
There is no doubt that the Manchus gave to China a better govern
ment than it had had in its previous history, but pace was not kept with
the advance of civilization in other parts of the world. The story of
1900 supplied ample evidence of the incompetency of its recent rulers.
No government which would encourage Boxers and other rioters as
patriots deserves a place in the congress of enlightened nations.
Mr. and Mrs, Paul Isenberg, a
lady friend, and Mr. Walter Mc
Bryde, arrived by the steamer
llonolulun yesterday. They are
the guests of Count and Countess
Zedwitz, who are entertaining the
visitors at the manager s residence
The distinguished party leave for
niluku and after visiting Lvo val
ley points on the other side will re
turn in time for a special dinner
which is to be given in their honor
at the home of the Count and
Dr. Bro. Benjamin is in town
and is holding forth, and sleeps
there to le gad,' on sand lot park
adjacent to Freelands hostlery. While
the Doctor dilates on the wonderful
tape worm removing qualities of his
remedies when taken internaly,
his first assistant furnishes the
nicessory facial contortions and re
marks that go with them. All
very entertaining and amusing
But tlio Doctor is in wrong
and should he put right, we have
no particular tape worms here at
l all, and if there should le any Bro
: I'lei land has the dope fur them
; What this community is suffering . JJr
'with the iiidsI is nsinticu-, politictis,
i.on-cenipiis m ndicus, i nd oilier
. di-i acs of the ctissidncss vnrie y,
I equally as had. If the D.itor could
I induce for tlx se sonic n.cchanical
' i lin dy 1 1 nt t could l c appliul exter
'iinlly uilli a Listing effect, the next
1 Mslatuiv might he induced to offer
some large amount for their exter
mination. They could just as well
make it a large amount as a small
mice of Accounts, Determining Trust !
and Distributing the Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and Accounts of James L. Coke, Admi
nistrator of the Estate of J. C. Long,
late of Kihei, Maui, Deceased, wherein
petitioner asks to be allowed $ 165.00 and
charged with 465.12, and asks that the
same be examined and approved, and
that a final order be made of Distribu
tion of the remaining property to the
persons thereto entitled and discharging
petitioner and sureties from all further
It is Ordered, that Monday, the nth
day of December, A. D. 191 1, at 10
o'clock A. M. before the Judge presiding
at Chambers of said Court at his Court
Room in Wailuku, Maui, be and the
same hereby is appointed the time and
place for hearing said Petition and Ac
counts, and that all persons interested
may then and there appear and show
cuuse, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may present
evidence as to who are entitled to the
said property. And that notice of this
Order, be published in the Maui News,
a weekly newspaper printed and pub
lished iu said Wailuku, for three succes
sive weeks, the last publication to be not
less than two weeks previous to the time
therein appointed for said hearing.
(Sd.) S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circut Court, of the Sec
(Sd.) EDM0ND H. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court, of the Sec
Dated the 2nd day of November, 1911.
Nov. 4. i, 18, 25.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Mutter of the Estate of ED
WARD H. ROGERS, Deceased, late of
Executrix's Petition to Sed Real Es
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE ON EXE
CUTRIX'S APPLICATION TO
SELL REAL ESTATE
On reading and filing the petition of
Ellen Rogers, as executrix of the Estate
of Edward II. Rogers, Deceased, lnte of
Lahaina, praying for an order of sale of
certain real property belonging to said
estate, to wit :
(l) That certain piece, parcel and lot
of land situate and being in Kalua,
District of Wailuku, Island and County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, being a
portion of Apana I of Royal Patent
number 2162, Land Commission Award
2420, to Kaai, containing an area of
59-100 of an acre, being the same pro
perty conveyed to Edward H. Rogers by
deed of partition had between Zelie K.
Rogers, Waldemar Rogers, Elizabeth
Sumtnerfield, and said Edward II.
Rogers, of date October 7, 1904; and
(2) That certain piece and parcel of
land sitnate at Lahaina, County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, being that portion
of Ahupuaa of Makila, containing an
area of one acre, more or less, and con
veyed by A. N. Hayselden to Edward
H. Rogers, by deed dated October 6,
1909; said last mentioned piece of land
being further described by metes and
bounds as follows:
Beginning at the sea by the north
west corner of this lot and running along
a stone wall by Kaniohni to Naea,
thence along Naea by a fence to Kaha
wai of Mnkila of Pahon, thence along
Kah.iwai 10 the sea, thence by the sea
boundary to the iiint of commence
ment; And alleging that it is necessary to sell
snid real property with a view to and for
the purpose of liquidating outstanding
claims and obligations ngainst said es
tate: IT IS THEREFORE HEREBY OR
DERED that the heirs and next of kiii
of Edward II . Rogers, Deceased, and
that all persons interested in said estate
appear before this Court on Monday, the
20th day of November, 191 1, at 10 A. M.,
at the Court Room of this Court, in Wai
luku, County of Maui, Territory of Ha
waii, then and there to show cause why
an order and license should not be grant
ed for the sale of such real estate for the
And It is Further Ordered that notice
of this order be published In the Maui
News, a newspaper of general circula
tion on the Island of Maui, for a period
of once a week for each of three succes
(Sd.) S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court, Second Ju
dical Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
(Seal) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court, Second
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, October 31st,
191 1 .
Nov. 4. 11, 18.
(By Alan M. Rattray.)
WHAT a simple little word it is and what a world it means,
Just an "S" and "U" then G A R that's "Sugar;"
And what a change in Maui what a host of different scenes;
If the folks had never put it under Sugar;
We've got our millionaires at least the fact we're often told,
Wise old guys, who thought of Sugar (when they didn't think of gold)
Now they're trying to buy the Universe (if it's not already sold)
It's a handy thing to have a little "sugar."
Now we hear a lot of Presidential, Socialistic rot,
There's a lot of "ptlikia" where there's Sugar;
Some politicians think a bitter pill they've always got,
Why the Hades don't they dip it into sugar?
Now we once advised a grocer who'd invested in some land,
"If you want to make big profits and your business expand,
Just root along the sea-shore till you get a load of sand,
Then go ahead and put it into Sugar!"
Some folks are never satisfied with all the wealth they've got,
Why the dickens don't they put it into Sugar?
Some day a guy will come along and pinch the blessed lot,
He'll be glad they DIDN' T put it into Sugar;
On modern facts we'll prove there's no necessity to halt,
.In Scripturalistic parables we find a similar fault,
How the wife of Lot went sore because they fined her for a "salt,"
'Twould be better if she'd turned it into sugar.
A fellow knocked at Heaven's Gate to pay his passage through,
He had never put a nickel into sugar;
He'd only fifty cents -and so lie thought he'd try the two,
Just to see if they were interested in "sugar;"
Mephistopheles refused it told the fellow he was "late,"
He'd only half a dollar left the rest he tried to "slate,"
But Old Peter slyly chuckled, as he slammed the Golden Gate,
"Why the devil don't you put it into sugar?"
In the Big Subscriptior Contest of
The Hawaiian Star. Every
Subscription Will Count a Large
Numlier of Yotes.
The First Official Count of Votes
Will Take Place on Saturday, Nov
ember 18th. But Remember; Votes
Actually Mailed on Hawaii, Maui
or Kauai on That Date Will Count
Upon Their Arrival at the Contest
This First Count Will Occasion
Numerous Surprises to Candidates
and Their Friends Outside of Hono
lulu; and It Is Not Unlikely That
Contestants of Hawaii, Maui and
Kauai, Who Have Worked Hard,
Will Find That They Have Made a
Better Ltart Than They Had Sup
f n n n n n r.
vU H (a H
g We will have our annual holiday opening
I Monday, November 20
Our display will be bigger and better than
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
In Probate At Chambers, No 1443.
In the Matter of the Estate of J. C.
LONG, late of Kihei, Maui, Deceased.
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow-
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