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SKMI-AVEKKLY MAUI NEWS, TUKSOAV, OCTOl'.KR 24. 1922.
ALOHA LODGE NO S KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be hel! at
the Knlghtu of Rythias Hall, Wai
luku, on the Hecond and fourth Friday
of each month, at 8 p. in.
All visiting members are cordially
Invited to attend.
H. ALFRED HANSEN, (?. C
A. MARTINSEN, P. C, K. R. & S.
LODGE Mjl, No. 472, F. & A. M. i
Stated meetings will be held at1
Masonic Hall, Knhului, on the first:
Saturday night or each month at 7:30
Visiting brethren are cordially in-,
vited to attend.
GEO. N. WEIGHT, W. M. I
W. A. RORR1NS, Secretary ,
PHONE 281-A. KAHULUI.
R. SHIBANO STORE
Japanese Silks, Dry Goods, and
Toilet articles. Kimonos made to
P. O. Box 32
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLUMBER AND TINSMITH
Wailuku, Maui Vineyard St. nest
High JAPANESE GOODS
HARNESS AND SHOEMAKER
Latest model Landis' Stitching
Machine. We repair Shoes
While You Wait
Wailuku, Maui J
That is the purpose for which we have for more than two years
past been enlarging, increasing and improving our shop. In line with
that policy we have recently purchased the Wailuku Times and are
now prepared to handle
All the Work of Any and Every Kind
We are not looking just for easy jobs, they never develop effi
ciency. The hard job spirit is what brings growth and improvement
and that is our spirit. '
We Are Keen For More
Town Tram 27. I'alamu 0.
Kam School 27, St. Louis 14.
McKlnley 13. H. M. A. O.
3rd Engineers 10, 13th Artillerv 0.
21st Infantry 3S, Staff 0.
Fort Shatter 13, De Russy 0.
Yale 38, Williams 0.
Michigan 1!). Ohio State 0.
Wisconsin 20, Indiana Univ. 0.
rsemasKa Missouri 0.
Army 33, New Hampshire State 0.
Cornell 1 1, Colgate 0.
I'.rown (i, Lehigh 12.
Ilothany 11. Rutgers 7.
Lafayette 2N, Itucknell 7.
I tah Univ. 3, Coloiado 0.
Pennsylvania 11, Swarthmore 0.
West Virginia 12. Washington Lee 12.
Pittsburg 21, Syracuse 14
Penn State 33, Middlebury 0.
Vanderbilt 20, Texas 10.
Coloiado Mines 19, Utali Aggies 0.
Washington 14, Oregon Aggies 3.
Notre Dame 34. De Pauw 7.
Minnesota 7. Northwestern 7.
P. S. C. (i, Nevada 0.
Kansas 32, Washburn 3.
Chicago 12. Purdue 0.
California 2."., Olympic Club 0.
Iowa S, Illinois 7.
Montana in. Idaho Tech 14.
Princeton 2(l. Maryland 0.
Posion 7. Holy Cross 7.
Pomona 40, Cal. Inst. Tech C
Navy 13, Georgia Tech 0.
Harvard 21, Centre 10.
On the Other Islands
An estimate of $47,408.46 has been
submitted to the East Hawaii super
visors by County Engineer J. K. Akau
cf II ilo in connection with (lie pro
posed extending of Hilo's water
works system to Waiakea.
The Hilo Gas company has pur
chased the Security Trust company
building, it is announced by G. H.
In honor of General Manager R. W.
Filler of the Hawaii Consolidated
Railway, employes of the company
entertained with a luau. The event
K. Machida Drug Store
The Best In Town
And a Up-To-Data Soda Fountain
Give Us a Trial
KAHULUI : WAILUKU
Honolulu Paper Co., Ltd. I
supplies. Prices quoted on application
- , anu sdmpies lUDmniea
w;is In ihe nature ol a celebration of
Killer's eledion as a representative
from East Hawaii.
Tadaishi Sakimoto, Japanese, aged
1 I. was instantly killed when he was
run down by an automobile driven
by a Japan-po known as Koochi. The
, accident occurred at Koloa, Kauai.
.Mrs. Mary Pua. mother of shcritF
Samuel K. Pua of Hawaii widow of
the late 1). W. Pua, territorial legis
lator, died last week in Honolulu. She
is survived by Tour children, 30 grand
children and 50 great grandchildren.
I Delegates to the Pan Pacific Com
menial Conference will not be enter
I tained at Hilo during their visit to
I the Islands. This announcement was
I made following a special meeting of
the II Ho Hoard of Trade.
Plans for the rigid enforcing of
fire prevention laws are being made
in Hilo where a meeting was held
by members of the board of health,
the lire department and the building
i A refund of $14 a ton, amounting
I to $1)00.0110 on August raws lias been
I received by Hawaii plantation, it was
' announced in Honolulu.
Lund has been purchased on the
Pig Island for a park in the district
of Koltala. The property was obtained
from James Sakai and C. R. Jut-dine.
J. II. Hamilton of Hilo has been se
j lecled as successor to George J. Rich
I ardson in the capacity of manager of
i.lhe Hilo Uratich of the Royal Ila
; waiian Sales Co., Ltd.
Mrs. Laura Low Gay, wife of Ern
est Gay of Hawaii and daughter of
Supervisor Ehen 1. Low died sud
denly at iter home in Wyandaneh,
j Long Island, last week. Her ashes
may bo brought to Honolulu.
j The asserted Ku KIux Klan said
I to he in existence among the Eili-
pinos has no connection with the
mainland order of the same name,
I Claus Roberts, depot city and coun
i ty attorney of Honolulu declares.
A capital increase of $1,000,000 was
voted by the Waialuu Agricultural
Company, Ltd., in Honolulu. The step
is in consummation of the deal re
cently made with the Hawaiian
Pineapple Co.. Ltd.
I A considerable quantity of bonded
liquor was taken from the bar of
j the President Cleveland when she
I docked Thursday in Honolulu. The
'cargo was confiscated under the re
! cent ruling .of the Attorney General
that American shipping vessels must
Clerk (trying for a raise) "I can't
live on my salary, sir."
Employer "Well, I'm sorry to heat
that. I was about to promote you to
the head of our company department."
PUBLISHERS SEMI-WEEKLY MAUI NEWS
Entered of Record
John J. Abreu K- wf. 16 A land East
Kaupakuhia (Hamakualoa), Maui, Dec
3. 1903. $300.
Seichi Eukunaga to Baldwin Natl
Hank of Kahului, int in pes land, bldgs
etc. Wailuku, Maul, July 12, 1922.
Hisahl Ito & wf to P-aldwin Natl
Rank of Kahului, int in por Kul 3399
Halaula, Wailuku, Maui, Feb. 2, 1920.
Niliiko Tsti.ii & wr to Haiku Fruit
6 Packing Co.. Ltd. Gr 1 1fi9, crops,
etc. Peahi (Hamakualoa), Maui, Oct
10, 1922. $1500.
Joseph Y Ting to Raid win Natl
Rank of Kahului, den'al supplies, etc.
Wailuku. Maui. Sept. 1, 1919. $3000.
Paul F. Lada to Haiku Fruit v
Facking Co., Ltd., int in cane crops
on 25 A land Kuiaha, Hamakualoa,
Maui. Oct 2, 1922. $2000.
Kame Kadekaru to Haiku Fruit &
Packing Co. Ltd.. int in leasehold,
pineapple crops, etc. I'lumalu. (Ha
makualoa), Maui. June 28, 1922. $.100.
Soje Goya to Haiku Fruit & Pack
ing Co.. Ltd. int in leaseold, pineapple
crops, etc., Makawao, Maui, Oct. 6.
Cliujiro Tomimoto to Raldwin Hank,
Ltd. int in leasehold, etc. Vineyard
St. Wailuku, Maui, Feb. 27. 1922.
M. Abe to Hank of Maui, Ltd. bid;;.
7 on por Lot ;s. Market St. Wailuku,
Maui. July 1 I. 1920. $300.
Kajila to llaldwin Rank, Ltd., lease
hold, bldgs, etc. Kahului, Maui, Oct
1. 1922. $950.
Chyoko Kameya et al to Haiku
Fruit .V: Packing Co. Ltd.. int in plant
ing agtnit. pineapple crops, etc. Kau
pakuhia, (Hamakualoa), Maui, Oct. 17
J. Shigaki et al to Haiku Fruit &
Packing Co., int in pineapple crops,
on 10 A land, livestock, tools, etc.
Ulumalu, (Hamakualoa), Maui. Oct.
l(i, 1922. $1750.
Assignment of Mortgage
D. C. Lindsay Tr. to llaldwin Rank,
Ltd. Mtge of V. J. Goodness recorded
in Rook 4.81, Page 349, Feb. 9, 1921.
D. C. Lindsay Tr to Raldwin Rank
Ltd. Mtge of Tarn Hong recorded in
Rook 182, Page 352. Feb. 9. 1921.
Tarn Chong to Raldwin Rank. Ltd.
Mtges recorded in Rook 615, Page 344
& Rook 615, Rage 315. Dec. 2. 1921.
D. C. Lindsay Tr to Raldwin Rank
Ltd. Mtge of Young Goon recorded in
Rook 484, Feb. 9, 1921.
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NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROP
ERTY BY WAY OF FORE
CLOSURE OF LIEN FOR TAXES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
I, the undersigned, by virtue of the1
power in me vested by law, will sell
AH kinds of Commercial Printing can be done by us
to the customer.
are our specialties and we give PROMPT SERVICE
SUPPORT HOME INDUSTRY BY SPENDING YOUR MONEY
WHERE IT IS EARNED
IF YOU HAVE A RUSH JOB TRY US
all the right, title and interest of
.Maty .1. O'Sullivan in and to the re. it
property hereinafter d. scriberl upon
Saturday, the lltli day (, November,
1922. al 12 o'clock Noon of said day.
, in front of the Court House at Wai
! luku. County of M ini. Territory of Ha
waii, nt public auction, to the highest
bidder for cash to satisfy the lien for
taxes existing thereon, together with
all interest, penalties ami costs, as
Amount of Real I roperty Tax.... $.16.9o
Amount of Penalties 2.49
Amount of Interest 5.91 '
Amount of Costs 1.00
together with t lie expenses ami
charges incurred on account of this
Brief Description of Real Property to j
All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate at Kapapohaku. in the
District of Wailuku. County r f Maui.
Terrliory of Hawaii, known as Lot
1. Amori Tract, containing a.i area
of 7600 square feet, more or less, and
being the same premises 1 onveyed to
said Mary J. O'Sullivan by Charles
R. Frazier and Wife, et al., h thai
certain Exchange Deed dated Febru
ary 26, RcjO. of record in the Regis! ly
of Conveyances in Litier 519, Page
MARY J. O'SULLIVAN. the pet son
assessed as Ihe owner of said prop
erly and from whom the aforesaid
taxes are due, and till o.lier pel. sons
having any interest in the ab v.' de
scribed propeity, are hereby warned
that unless the foregoing tax. wi'l: all
interest, penalties, costs, expenses and
charges, is paid before the time cf
sale appointed as aforesaid. Ihe prop
erty herein advertised for sale wi'l
be sold as advertised.
Dated at Wailuku. Maui, this 9th
day of October, 1922.
J. 1 1. Kl'NEWA.
Assessor anil Col led fir of
Taxes. Soc.md Ta-..i-tion
Di i ion. Territory
(Oct. 10, 17, 21, 31, Nov. 6.)
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Al Chambers - In Probate No. 1S9I.
In the Matter of the Estate of R. A.
Wadsworth, Late of Wailuku, Maui,
T. H., Deceased.
NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETI
TION FOR APPROVAL OF AC
Petition of C. D. Lufkin and David
S. Wadswarth. Executots, for ap
proval of accounts, distribution and
IT IS ORDERED that Saturday the
18ih day of November. 1922. at 10
o'clock a. m., be and the same is here
by appointed for hearing said petition
in the court room of this court, al
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
RY THE COURT:
(Seal of Court.)
(Oct. 17. 24, 31. Nov. 7.)
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