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Yesterday was the first of a weeks
celebration of Chinese New Years.
Read the advertisement of A. N.
Sanford graduate optician in this
The new "County Act" provides
that Wailuku shall b the county seat
nf Maul county.
All treasury warrants issued after
Tntinafv vflth ara oiihinpf T.rt tAmatia
tion and discount.
About ten per cent of the total
taxation of Wailuku district for 1904
Maul is experiencing another "cool
snap" the thermometer standing
well down in the "sixties."
The Superintendent of Public
Works gives notice of the appoint
ment of two poundmasters.
The safety deposit boxes have ar
rived at the First National Bank and
are now ready for renting.
The Honolulu papers are carrying
a re advertisement for Supplies for
Wailuku Fire Department.
The City Market has been turned
over to Mr. W. H. Cornwell. See
Notice of First National Bank.
Francis M. Hatch Associate Justice
of the Territorial Supreme Court has
tendered his resignation on account
of ill health.
The Ladies Catholic Aid Society
held their uual weekly meeting with
Mrs. George Schrader last Wednes
Freight ratps between Honolulu
and the terminal po'nts of the Ka-
hului Railroad have been reduced
fiftv cents per ton.
There will be a meeting of the
Ladies Gu'ld at the home of Mrs. G
B. Robertson Tuesday afternoon
Ffbruary 7 at 2.30 p. m.
The First National Bank of Vrai
luku publish in th's issu the state
merit o' their affairs at the close of
business January 11. 1905.
Dr. George S. Aiken will heatKa
hului next vtek from Monday tn
Friday inclusive and at Puunene the
following week to Friday.
A red memorandum book has been
lost on the Waikapu road. The fin
der will be rewarded by leaving at
the business office of the Maui News.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Wailuku Improvement Asfiocia
tion will-he held on Thursday evpning
February 9th at the Wai'uku Court
A movement is on foot to organize
a married and single men base hall
team. It is tVe intention to play
a series of games beforp the regular
A p'ant for extracting oil from
rice, the first of it, kind to be built
in the United States, is being built in
Lousiana. The product will be used
exclusively in sonp making.
A ireeling of the Maui Athletic As
sociatioii is called for Monday eten
ing at Sheriff Baldwin's Office. Mat
ters of Importance as well as the re
organization, will be discussed.
The Club Stables Ltd. of Honolulu
received by S. S. Nf vadan twelve
head of Durham, Jersey andHolstein
Milk Cows and fancy poultry. In
terested parties should write for fur
Between ten and fifteen persons
have left their names as willing to be
come charter members of the Red
Men order. Dr. Weddick or George
Hawley will give further information
to any one intending to join. There
is no reason why Maui should not be
the home of a goodly sized member
ship to this old and firmly establish
Auditor's Annual Report.
As shown by the comparative state
ment of Territory Auditor Fisher, in
the month ending Dec. 31, 1904, there
was but one department of the gov
eminent, mmely the judiciary, that
exceeded in that month its expendi
tures for the corresponding month in
the previous year. That department
only exceeded the 1903 expending by
a little over eleven hundred dollars,
which is accounted for by the larger
number of cases disposed of. The
Governor himself saved over two
thousand dollars, and in the secre
tary's department is shown the as
tonishing saving of f'J679. 44. -Adv.
The proverbial warmth of Lahaina
was entirely overcome by cold North
winds this week.
Mr. F. Kohler writes home that he
has visited all the large towns in Jap
an, and is much pleased with his
Letters have been received from
Mrs. Storm at Kailua, andfiomMrs.
Scrimger at Meadville, Penn. Mr.
ar.d Mrs. McGarvey are all at
Miss Addie Hose will continue her
studies at the Kamehameha Schools.
Reidar Olsen's new bicycle was
stolen in Honolulu, soon after it was
Mrs. Francis S. Molony has writt
en to friends in this town.
There is a large attendance at the
Lahaina schools, and tome of the
teachers have more pupils than they
can well accommodate.
The Chinese made liberal prepara
tions of the celebration of New
Year's, Some of them have closed
their shops for three days, aad all of
them observed the festival on Friday.
Up Country Notes.
The "at home" given at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wells in
Wailuku last Saturday evening was a
great success socially. The spacious
lanai at the rear of the house was
very artistically decorated for the
occasion with ferns, green ard pott
ed plants. A string quintette furnish
ed unusually good music for dancing
which was the main feature of the
evening and the floor was in splendid
condition. Refreshments were served
about eleven o'clock and dancing was
resumed for a short time afterwards.
All left with pleasant recollections of
the liberal hospitality of the kind
host and hostel's.
At a meeting of the Puunene Club
Monday evening Jan. 30. Mr. Geo.
Keeney was unanimously elected to
succeed Mr. Longher who had resign
ed as steward of the club.
Mrs. Wm. Waish who has been
quite ill the past week is slowly im
Capt. Neilsen left for Honolulu
Thursday and from there will take
steamer to San Francisco for a three
Mrs. J. J. Walsh and children
formerly of Kahului, recently passed
through Honolulu on their way to
San Francisco from Shanghai.
The literary at Maunalu Seminary
last Saturday night was thoroughly
enjoyed by all.
Decide On Armory Site.
A meeting of the Executive Com
mittee of the Wai'uku Improvement
Association was held at the office of
D. H. Case Wednesday evening to
iiscuss the qi estion of an Armory
A letter to FT. M. Coke, the chair
man of the armory committee from
the Superintendent of Public Works
Holloway, relative to using a portion
of the old school lot was read.
The committee finally agreed to
recommend that the rear end of this
lot which is something over 200 fee
deep be used, and so wired the d
Some oue&tinn was rais' C us to the
advisability of the site as it mliht
interfere with the plans for the new
Court house, but on account of the
depth of the lot and the fact that
trie armory will be built at the ex
treme end facing Waikapu and Wai
hee ways it would not conflict.
This committee alsi recommended
that the sum claimed by Contractor
Jordan cn the new schooi house, caus
ed bv the corner stone laying, be
The letter from Superintendent
Holloway dated Jan. 31st states that
the plans for the armory are being
prepared and bids will be called for
within a few days.
On the Waikapu road, a red
memorandum book. Finder will be
suitably rewarded by leaving at the
Maui News Office.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notice Is hereby given that The
First National Bank of Wailuku, has
this day turned over the business of
the City Market, located at Wailuku.
Maui, T. H. to W. H. Cornwt 11, sub
ject only to a certain mortgage re
corded in the office of the Registrar
of Conveyances at Honolulu, in Liber
2C0 on pages 170 173.
First National Bank of Wailuku,
C. D. LUFKIN,
Wailuku,' Maui, Feb. 3rd. 1905.
The menmbers of the Maui Athletic
Association held their annual meet
ing at the office of Sheriff Baldwin
last Friday evening.
The following were elected officers
for the ensuing year:
D. L. Meyers, President.
Edward H. Rogers, Vice Presi
dent. J. Garcia, Secretary,
George B. Schrader, Treasurer.
Directors: -Clement Crowell, David
Crowell. and A. Garcia.
At the close of last season it was
expected that a new site for a ball
park would have to be looked up,
but throught the courtesy of Mana
ger C. B. Wells the association is
offered the use of the ground at
Wells park. No specified time for its
use has been given. Mr. Wells offers
three propositions which will be
considered on the next meeting.
The matter of suuday baseball
was brought up and Sheriff Baldwin
stated that while he was in Honolulu
the question of permitting Sunday
ballplaying was brought up.
Inasmuch as the local people were
the most interested and no concert
ed objection had been made he saw
no reason why the game should not be
played on Sunday as heretofore. The
question of charging admission to
the grounds on this day was left
George Schrader was appointed
a committee of one to look into the
prospects of a league and league
games for the coming season.
The dues for membership-have
been placed at three dollars per
The Christmas number of "The
Bund" an illustrated monthly publish-
de by H. Melton Ayres at Shanghai,
China, has been received.
The t'tle rage and other full page
illustrations are handsomely done in
The magazine is made up of in
teresting short stories of a general
nature, and also touches on "Racing
in Old China Times;" Sports, such as
racing, p&ptr hunting and cricket.
"Kama's Mary," a story of Hawaii,
is a pen sketch by Editor Ayres.
Herbert Ayres, or as he is now
known, H. Melton Ayres will be re
membered as sporting editor of the
Advertiser. He was an enthusiastic
as well as active lover of all out door
sports ar.a at one time published a
sporting journal in Honolulu.
Another Industry. v
The Hygienic Soda Works is the
name given to a new soda works
for Maui. The head office and works
will be located at Kahului.
At a meeting .held last Monday
evening the following were named
as the probable officers an:! directors:
R W. Filler President, D. Nicholson
Vice President, Walter Engalls
Secretary, A. Fernandez Treasurer,
T. Lloyd Auditor. Directors-R. H
Dinegar, George Lindsey and H. B.
Weller. The capital stock is placed
at $7500 of with $6000 paid up.
Notice Officers Elected.
At the annual of the stockholders
cf the MAUI WINE & LIQUOR CO.
Ltd. held at the K. P. Hal1, January
25th, the following officers and direct
ois were elected to serve for the en
suing year: W. T. Robinson, pies
ident; R. A. Wadsworth, Vice-pres
ident; C. D. Lufkin, Treasurer; J.
Garcia, Secretary; Directors: W. T,
Robinson, C. D. Lufkin, G. L. Keeney,
H. Streuback, A. J. Cass, F. Sommt r-
feld, W. G. Scott.
KOHINSON In Wailuku, Huul, February S,
to the wife of W. T. Koblnson, B hoo.
FREITUS In Spreckelsville, waul. February
3, to the wife of Joseph FreltUB daughter,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
CIRCUIT COURT, SKCON'D CIRCUIT,
Territory of liuwall, ut Chambers in I'ro
hte, la the m&Uerof the Kstale ot J. PALI
Notice Is hereby given that the undur
algned has this day been appointed Adminis
trator of the estate of J. Pall Sylva, late of
Wailuku, Maui, deceaHed, by order of the
Judge of the Circuit Court, Seeoud Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, and all creditor of saUl
deceased are hereby notilled to pruaent their
cluima duly authenticated with the proper
vouchers, if any exist, even If the claim It.
secured by mortgage upon real estate, to the
undersigned at his ufttue in Wailuku, Island of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, within six months
from the tlrut publication of this notice. All
claims not presented as aforesaid will be for
Dated at Wailuku. Maul,, Territory of Ha
waii, December 88th, 1HM.
T. B. LYONS,
Administrator of the Estate of J. Pali
James L. Coke,
414t. Attorney tor Said Estate.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
the First National Bank of Wai
luku, at Wailuku, Maul, in the
Ter. of Hawaii, at the close of
business, Jan. II, 1908.
Loans and Discounts 81,032 24
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured 1,837 43
U. S. Bonds to secure
circulation , 16,500 00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds 900 00
Bonds, securities, etc. 180 05
Banking house, furniture,
and fixtures 8,116 25
Due from State Banks
and Bankers 17,517 56
Due from approved
reserve agents 4,000 00
Checks and other cash
items 186 23
Fractional paper currency,
nickels, and cents 2 30
Lawful Money Reserve
in Bank: viz:
Specie 14,828 85
Redemption tund with
U. S. Treasurer (5 per
cent of circulation 825 00
Capital stock paid in
Undivided profits, less
expenses and taxes
National Bank notes out
standing 16,500 00
Dividends unpaid 153 00
Individual deposits subject
to check 63,731 76
Demand certificates of
deposit 7,730 83
Time certificates of
deposit 16,179 21
Liabilities other than those
above stated 199 40
Total 145,925 91
Ter. of Hawaii, Island ot Maui, ss:
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the
abeve-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief
C. D. LU?KIN,
R. A. Wadsworth,
W. T. Robinson,
C. M. Cooke,
Subcribed and sworn to before me
the 28th day of January, 1905.
D. H. CASE,
(Seal) Notary Public
Second Judicial Circuit.
I have this day appointed the following
named persons to be poundmasters for
the following Gov't. Pounds.
Mr. E. H.Cockett, for the Govt. Pound
at Lahaina, Maui.
Mr. J. K. Kaaikiola, for the Govt,
Pound at Kaluaaha, Molokat.
C. S. HOLLOWAY.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu January 31, 1905.
CIRCUIT COURT, SKCONO CIRCUIT,
Territory of Hawaii, at Chamber In l'ro
bute, In tho matter of tho Exluto of P. PUKI
KI, of Kipuhulu, Maul, Licensed.
Order of Notice of Hearing Pettitlon for De
claration of Helm.
On reading and Filing tho Petition of Q. P.
Walluhua of Kipuhulu, Maul alleging that P.
Puolkt, ot Klpahulu, Maul died Intestate at
tvipaliulu, Maul on the 17tb. day of January, A.
D. 18t6, leaving property in the Hawaiian Is
lands necessary to be distributed to the heirs
thereto entitled, and praying that he declared
the sole heir to the estate of P. Puelkl, deceas
It Is ordered that Monday, the 13th day of
March A. 0. 1U05, at 10 o'clock A. M., be and
hereby is upolnted for hearing said Petition In
the Court Room of this Court at Wallnku, Maul,
at which time and place all persons concerned
may appear and show came, if any they bare,
why said Petition should not be granted, and
that notice of this order be published in the
English ami Hawaiian languages for three suc
cessive weeks In the "Maul News" and In "Ke
Aloha Aina," newspapers in published In Wai
luku and Honolulu respectively.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, January 17th. 19U5.
lly the Court:
Edmund H. Haht,
Clork of the Circuit Court of the Second Circuit.
CIRCUIT COURT, SECOND CIRCUIT,
Torrilorv o( llauuii, at Cliuiuner In I'ro
bulo. In the mattor of the Estam of PHILIP
JOAQUIN, Late of l.uuaina, Maul, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby g'ven, to whom It may con
cern, that the und iiguod has this day been ap
pointed AdminiMtiator with the will annexed
of the Estate of Philip Joaquin, late of
Labaiaa, Maui, deceased, and by order
of the Hon. A. N. Kcpolkal, Judge of the
above entitled court, the undersigned has com
plete and full charge of allot the property of
said Estate, aud all moneys now due or here
after to become due to said Estate are payable
only to the undersigned
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, January ifilb, 1906.
A. N. HAVSELDEN,
Administrator with the Will annexed of the
Eslutcof Phili Joaquin, deceased.
Jakes L. Coke,
Attorney of Said Estate.
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