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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1906.
f I GET THE MeiT
Of trading :il the LAHAINA .STOKE-the depend
able store. Yon might save ;i few i-tcps I y buying
elsewhere, but are yon sure of Vim freshness and
qualily? Our gooi' in every department are of the
b-'St quality for the money. We would not make this
itutemcnt if c did rot mean it
The Best oU everything
t Live and Let Live Prices
THE : LAHAliMA : STORE
' Dry Goods, Groceries, Baots and Sh;)cs, Notions, riantalinn Supplies
L "V H ." I IN M , MAUI.
Pacific Hardware Co., Lt'd
Absolutely safe and reliable, saves time, fuel and
temper, once tried, always used.
, ; 1 burner $5.50 2 burners
V Securely crated Sor shipping
Fort and Merchant Sts.,
It3 easy here where there are so many ,
choose from. We have every style of
nte famous Eastman Kothiksfat prices
from ?5 upward ami instruct purchasers
in the operating. ' '..
. .)k Developing Machines
tins and Thotographic Supplies of every description.'
ILL & SON, Limited,
bALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
ialvanized Sheet Iron,
r Shoe Findings
$8.50 3 burners $10.
1 the taste of the majority
.is to " - 5
It is-a, wonderfully satisfying al- 33
layer f thirst. 2
SOL1MSY ALT. DEALERS. 1
FORT . .
ing To Be
" We hve just engaged a first
class Cairiiijju trimmer from Ho
nolulu and are now prepared to'
cxetutc all work ill this line, in a
workuj.nlrke manner, ut reason
able rate, j
Also carriage,-house a!. d siii
painting done at short notice.
-"ice" nt any t:re '
jT DRAWS fo ifself ihe small change
11 which you formerly scaKered. It-
1. - . r i i , i.
siarxsf ci prowing uanr account
and CYeafela funefwhich will finaliy
maKeou independent. MAKE THAT
FIRST DEPOSIT TODAV.
Auto In Flames
Berkeley, April 14. An amateur
chauffeur almost caused the death of
two well-known sooiely women of this
city late Uris afternoon. While turn
ing the corner of Slmltuek avenue
and Center street the light runabout
in which Mrs. Taul Kuedhatn and
Miss Olive Moiish were riding was
enveloped in a flare of burning gaso
line, which completely encircled the
car. The two-woaiiiii acramhluri to
their feet,' one crawling over the
front seat and Jiie other cscpr.g
through tlt-lopneau door".
ThccScapc from death by burning
was remarkable, for the women were
clad in the lightest of summer cloth
The accident arose fi-om the fact
that the pilot lire uu lerneath the
machine went out as the runabout
passed down Center street, causing
tht flow of gasoline to back fire and
encircle the machine with a flame of
burning gas. The presence of mind
of the driver, when he found that he
was controlling a burijing machine,
in immediately br'nging the car to a
standstill, saved the women from
As it was, the two women were
badly frightened by the incident and
preferred returning home by trolley
instead of the auto.
Mrs. N'eedham is the wife of Paul
Nuodh&m, the wt 11 known stationer
and clubman of this city, whos place
of business was severely damaged by
Ore last week. ' Miss Morrish is well
known in society on both sides of the
bay for her talented ' voice anA is a-member-of
the cholrjf the St. Mark's
Espiscopat OhurcS of th'm town.
Courts May End
The Zion Fighi.
Chicago, April 14. Etnil C. Wet
ten, counsel for John Alexander
Dovvie, to-day promulgated a denial
of the statement that the Zion City
difficulty would be compromised by
allowing Dowie 5 per cent of the total
assets of the community. The trouble,
he states, will never be settled 011 a
basis jf dollars aud cents."
Judge V. V. Barnes of Ziou City and
Attorney Jacob Newman, represent
ing Voliva, and Attorney Emil C.
Wetten, representing Doii, were
in conference part of the day in an
endeavor to decide upon a common
grouud that might be used as a start
ing point for an amicable settlement
of the trouble. At tho conclusion of
these conferences the participants
stated that no agreement or a start
ing point upon which to reach a set
tlenient had been arrived at. They
were unanimous, however, in stating
that tho prospect for a peaceful so
lution of tho trouble was by no means
Overseer Voliva to day declared
that before any settlement with
Dowie on a finaccial basis could be
considertd lie must first settle with
those persons who are pressing for a
return of money they put into Zion
for purposes other than those for
wbjeh. they claim the first a.ostle
Today the writ which a deputy
sheriff vainly attempted to serve on
Dowie when he arrived in the city
was read to liir at the
Auditm iuir "T'l
NATIONAL BANKS i
Baltimore (Md.), April 1. Tl e
greatest earthquake, in point ' of
duration, ever recorded by the se s
mograph at the John's napkins Uui
versity has been impressed aud de
veloped on a lilm of that machine.
The reco'd showed that the shock
began January 31st last at 10:45 A
M. aud continued for live hours. This
time is almost double the duration of
shock Which previously he'd the re
coru, t?;a rpialrc that 'incur rod March
19. Vm. at 9:30 P. M., from Guat
mala, and which continued for" threw
Records were also made at Toron'o
aid Victoria, B. C, of the earth
quake of January 31st. The film
from Toronto recorded four aud one.
half hours, and that from Victoria a
duration of four hours, showing the
shock lost, in violence as it traveled
Dvii tlnv.ji d from this co .st of C0I0111
bia, South Ajnerica. where the ongi
nal disc iirbaucK occurred.
The shock was very violent at that
point and much properly was d
stroyed and a number of lives lost.
Gold Bar Stolen
New York, AiT'l S. A bar .of nM
bullion weighing 850 ounces .ind valu
ed . at -about 17,0u0, was stolen in
shipment i:t ween Georgetown, tiri
tish Guinea and New York. The dis
cOvery Of the theft was made shortly
after the steamship Karoma, which
carried the bullion, arrived in this
port Saturday. Pinkerton detectives
are at work on the case. -
The British Guinea Gold Concess
ions Company (Limited), with offices
in the Mills Building, recentiy order
ed a shipment of 8.")0 ounces of gold
bullion from their mines in Domerara,
British Guinea. The gold was to be
used as a sample of the product of
their gold mining properties.
The gold was incased in a strong
box and placed aboard the Karoma,
of the Quebec Steamship Comoauy.
The bullion was in one bar when it
was placed aboard the steamship at
Georgetown, but when the box reach
ed the offices of the company, it was
was found that a bar of steel had
St. Petersburg, April 14. With
absolute unanimity the papers here
to-day, oveu the Novoo Vremya, ex
press extreme discontent with the
Imperial ukase, issued April 11th
creating a "001110111160 of fiuauce" to
decide matters relating to the na
tional credit. This is regarded as
another sjvere blow to the power of
the Parliament, and as virtually tak
ing away from the nation's represer,.
tatives all control of tho nation's
The text of this important docu
ment is as follows: "We find it use
ful to exclude from the competency
of thu Council of thu Empire and the
lower house of ParliamSnt the right
to determine t'jo times and conditions
of loans, and to consign the same to
a committee of fiuance, which is also
charged to study all questions relat-
to the credit of the empire and
-.dietary system. At the same
reserve tho rig) t to submit
""''"menU' vmination of
1 go before
'UK ClKCUlTOOUtir OK THE
M:fOM)( ll.l I .'IT, TKHKTTOUY
In I'roliate A I Chambers,
(he matter of the Esiate of
line P. Iterkwitti, late of ll;in,a
'oko, to uu, deceased. Before
e A. N. Kopoik .i.
tider of Notice of Petit'inn for a -
mice of Final Accounts in d Dis
1 go 111 this rslato.
hi Beading and Filing ll.o I'cti-
tijn mikI accounts of E. G. Bi ckwitfi,
minis.trat.or ht the Es-tnie c I Caroi
P. Beckwith, late of IJamakua-
). ivjaui, oeccaseo, wnerein ne
a is to b allowed $2.7?7.13. ard he
cljarges himself with 12577 13, and
(!9 that the sume may be examined
a ju approved, an l that a final order
eiiy bt- 1n1.de of Distribution of the
1 joperty rrmainiiig in his hands to
t-Ae persons thereto entitled, and dis
idargiug him and his sureties from
i.ll further responsibility 118 sucli
It is Ordered, that Monday, tin
It.h dav of June, A. D. 11)0(5, at 10
o'clock A. M. before the Judge of
;aid Court at the Court Room of the
said Court at Wailuku, sland of
I'Maui, be and the same hereby is
appointed as the time nnu place for
hearing Naid Petition and Accounts,
and that all persons interested may
Wein 11. d there appear and show
cimosj if any ttej have, whv the
eliould not be granted, and may
present evidence as to who are en
titled to the said property. And
that notice of this Order, in the Eng
lish language, be published fn tht
Maui Nfws, a m wspaper printed
and publi.-hcd in W tilukir, Maui, for
three successive weeks, I he latt pub
lit ation to b not less than two weeks
previous to the tima therein appoint
i d fo- said hea' iug.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 27th
day of April.
(Attest.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Couit of the
(Seal.) Edmund II. Hakt, .
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
2nd Circuit. v
April 23, May 5-12-19.
PUBLIC LANDS KOTICET"""
Notice is hereby given that the
land described in the following sche
dules will be open for applications
under Part VI. of Land Act, 18!)5,
for Homestead Leases, at 9 o'clock
A. M. Monday, May 21st, 1906,
at the office of the Sub-Agent (which
said office will be established for the
day at the Post Office, Keanae,Maui.
Schedule, Keanae Lots.
1 j?Vc res
Lois 1, 1A and IB 2.14
2 and 2 A 2.1(i
3 3A 1.77
4 4A 2.07
5 5A 1.91
i A 1.99
7 7A 1.99
8 8 A 2.18
9 9A 1.85
10, 10A, 10B and 10C 2.26
11 and 11A 2.31
12 12A 1.63
13 13A 1.54
14 14A 1.53
15, 15Aandl5B 1.94
16 at:d 16A 1.77
Schedule, Wailua Lots.
Lots 1 and 1A 2.68
2 2A 2.18
3 3A 2.21
4 4A 2.39
5 5 A 2.10
6 6 A 2.17
7 7 A 2 15
8 8A 2.37
9 9A 2.38
10 10A 2.30
11 11A 2.20
12 12A 2.23
13 13A . 2.28
14 14A" ' 2.20
15 15 A . 1.97
16 16A 2 35
17 17A 2.36
18 18A 2 20
19 19a 1.61
20 20 A 2.15
21 21 A 2.43
22 22 A 2.37
K3 23 A 2.54
24 24A 2.55
25 25 A 2.05
26 20A 2.26
27 27 A 2.26
28 2SA 2.28
29 29 A 2 45
30 :;oa 2.35
31 31A 3.11
32 32 A 3 1)5
33 3tA 2.67
34 3 (A 2.61
35 3', A 2.20
36, 36A ind 36il 2.36
37 and .r A 2.32
38 3. ' . 2.51
... 39 . 3:t- 2.27
, - ' '
L.'.i 1-'- --. .
40 40A 2.15
41 41 A 2.73
42 42 A 2 2S
4i? 43 A 2.51
11 HA 2W
45 45 A 2 32
Hi 40A 2 42
47 47 A 371
AH applications for said lots are to
! mad" mi person by tho applicant,
at the ollice of the Sub-Agent as
Pbns and further information may
be obtained upon application to W.
O. Aiken, Sub Agent Fo rth Land
District, Kah lui, Mam. or at De
pariment of Public Lands, Judiciary
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands. ,
II molulu, II. T., April 21st, l!0fi.
April 28, May 5 12-1!).
TREASQl f DEPARTMENT OF
FICE Oh COMPTROLLER OF
Washington D. C. February 19,
1906 Whereas by satisfactory evi- g
dence presented to the undersigned,
it. ha been made to appear that
"The Lahaina National Bank," in
the Town of Lahaina, in the County
of Maui and Terr itory of Hawaii, has
complied with all the provisions of the
Statutes of the Unlte.11 States, re
quired to be complied with before an
associ'iticn shall be authorized to
commence, tho business of Banking.
Now theref irel, William B. Ridge
ly, Comptroller of the Currency, do
hereby certify that "The Lahaina
National Bank," In the Town of La
haina, in the County of Maui and
Territory of Hawaii, is authorized to
commence the busiuess of Banking
s provided in Section Fifty one
hundred and sixty nine of the Revis
d Statutes of the United Mlates.
In testimony whereof witness my .
hand tind Seal of oflice Ihis Nineteenth
day of February, 1906.,
Wm. B. RIDG ELY.
Comptroller of the Currency.
Mar. 10-17-24-31-April 7-14-21-28
W. C. PEACOCK & CO. Ltd., of
for the following STANDARD
BRANDS of FINE WINES and LI
QUORS all of which are fully GUA
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pagnfi SPARKLING UtJ$ nd
MARTE BRIZARD & ROGER'S.
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RYE WHISKEY PEACOCK'S OLD
Private stock BOURBON WHIS
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RESERVE SCOTCH WHISKEY
the celebrated BLACK & WHITE
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WHITE ROCK WATER and GIN
If your local dealer does not carry
these goods, write to us .direct and
we will supply thm.
W. C. PEACOCK A CO. Ltd.
Indianapolis, April 14. Percy, a
village of 200 people five miles from
Morocco, Newton county, was the"
scone of a virulent attack of golf)
fever thU week. In three days five
mining companies were organized
aad options taken on hundreds of
acres of laud for mining purposes.
The excitement began when a drill
which was being sunk in a gravel bed
brought up particles of shining metal
that were at once pronounced to be
gold by a local jeweler. Tie pro
nounced it gold; lighter than Cali
fornia gold iu color, he said, but its
genuineness was undoubted.
Curiosity to see how much of the
precious metal the cylinder contain
ed led to taking the pump apart.
Then the secret of the find was dis
closed. Two teu penny nails had got
into the cylinder, and these, grind
ing against brass, had cut off little
particles that had been brought to
the surface with the gravel. The
jeweler immediately revised his ver
dict, and the Percy Consolidated Gold
Mining Coirojany went CjUt of xis-