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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 190b
What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
J. M; VLVAS
attorney at law
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI,
EDMUND II. HART
Notary Porlio, Conveyenoer and
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Oflice, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
We remember in 'our college days we
used to sing:
There came as a boon and a blessing
The Pickwick, the Owl, and the
But those days are gone, and so is the
fame of those pens. We have new and
better pens now, and a new and better
They came as a boon and a blessing
The Railroad, the Stub and the Est
These pens are made under the Stars
and Stripes, consequently they are the
best in the world.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
CAPITAL $600000. 00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tennoy, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
NEW MANAGER FOR
H. C. & S. Co.
Frank F. Baldwin, Son of Hon. H. P. Baldwin,
is Appointed Manager of the Hawaiian
Commercial and Sugar Co,
DEATH OF MRS. ESTHER JACKSON.
Dies Suddenly of Apoplexy at the Home of Mrs. Aluli
The Minstrels at the Knights of Pythias Kali
The Alexander House Luau.
P. P. BALDWIN ASSUMES MAN
AGEMENT OF 11. C. fx S. CO.
The announcement was made
this week of the resignation of Hon.
Henry P. Baldwin as manager of
the Haw'n Commercial and Sugar
Company and tho appointment of
his son F. F. Baldwin as manager.
Mr. H. P. Baldwin has been act
ively engaged in pugar growing for
tho past forty-six years and has had
unusual success in this lino of work.
In 18G0 lie started growing cane
in Lahaina for his older Jirother,
D. D. Baldwin, and a man by the
name of Adams. In 18G2 he mov
ed to Waihee and "was employed
on that plantation for seven years,
where he considers that ho served
his apprenticeship. In 18G9 he
formed a partnership with tho late
Mr. S. T. Alexander under tho firm
name of Alexander & Baldwin and
built a mill at Paliuli, near Sunny
side where he held tho position of
manager until henioved to. Haiku
in 1881 where ho developed the
plantation and made another suc
About this time the firm started
the Paia Plantation Company, of
which ho was manager. A few
years ago the firm bought the con
trolling interest in the Hawaiian
Commercial it Sugar Co. and on
tho retirement of Mr. W. J. Lowrey
from the management, Mr. Bald
win was appointed manager and
held the position to his credit and
cmminonlly to the advantngo of
the stockholders in the company.
During his administration of the
affairs of the H. C. & S. Co. the
D R S
11 EE D D 1 G IC
EE G A R
7:30 to 8:30 A. M.
2:30 to 4 V. M.
6 to 8 P. M.
Malulani Hospital, 9 A. M.
8:30 to 10 A. M.
' 12:30 to 2:30 P. M.
6 to 8 P. M.
Few people give onough thought to tho earning
capacity of a dollar. "When you look at a dollar, do
not think of how much it will buy, but
HOW MUCH IX WILL EEARN.
. When you find yourself thinking of your dollars
in this way, you are starting on the only straight
and suro road to wealth. Idle dollars are of no more
use to the world than idle men. Every dollar you
make over the cost of actual necessities should bo
immediately placed under tho safeguard of a strong
bank and kept busily at work earning other dollars
for you. We pay four per cent interest on savings
accounts and figure tho interest every six months.
new mill was built, railroads
laid, and thousands of acres of new
cane land put to profitable cultiva
tion, new water ditches dug.
Since Mr. Baldwin took charge
of tho H. C. & S. Co. the sugar
tonnage has been greatly increased
and tho plantation put on a pay
ing basis. '
In giving up the active manage
ment of the II. C. & S. Co., Mr,
Baldwin docs not entirely with
draw from active supervision of the
Samo as ho has been elected aianag
mg director and will continue to
give valuable advice to tho present
Mr. Frank F. Baldwin, tho new
manager, has met with unusual
success in plantation work and will
doubtless meet with equally iiood
success as ins iatner lias uono in
For some years ho worked on the
Paia Plantation under D. C. Lind
say and later had charge of Divi
sion 1. of II. C. & S. Co. and on
the appointment of B. D. Baldwin
as manager of the Hawaiian Sugar
Company at Makaweli, Kauai, he
was appointed assistant manager
of the Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Company of which ho is now
the manager, Mr. F. F. Baldwin
is a recognized plantation man of
ability and commands tho highest
esteem and confidence of all who
DEATH OP MUS. ESTHER
AND LAHAINA NATIONAL BANK.
Mrs. Esther Jackson, an adopted
sister of Mrs. A. N. Kepoikai and
Mrs. George Weight, died suddonly
at tho home ,of Mrs. Aluli last
Sunday afternoon as tho result of
a stroke of apoplexy.
Sho had been, enjoying excellent
health and her 'death was a sur
prise to all. 1
The funeral which was held
from tho Church of tho Good
Shepherd, was largely attended,
and as thero was not oven standing
room many word compelled to stay
Row Canon AAilt officiated at the
funeral and the local police acted as
Several hundred people followed
tho hearse to the gravo and many
beautiful flowers were brought
by friends who' wished to show
their high osteon) for the deceased.
Mrs. Jackson was a widowed
lady and since tho death of her
husband has made her homo with
her adopted sister, Mrs. A. N. Kc-
Sao leaves one son, Alonzo
Jackson, who is now working 011
WAILUKU MINSTRELS BEFORE
A full house greeted tho Wailu
ku Minstrels when the curtain rose
at tho Knights of Pythias Hal
last Saturday evening. The show
was a good ono, worth going to see
twico, which is saying a wholo lot
for an amateur production of this
1 no music and the songs were
good while the display of wit and
humor kept the audience laughing,
There were several jokes on local
people which were well taken. Dr,
Maples was tho star of the minstrels
and bo perfectly did ho imitate the
Southern din lect that some really
believed ho was from down Soutl
The Chineso Coffee shop as seen
on the stage is a true picture ant"
correctly portrays conditions in
The show netted about onohun
dred dollars with which they havo
repaired tho carriage of the Sisters
of charity and are now looking for
At tho reguest of many 'Lahaina
people the Minstrels have decided
to give a repetition of the program
at Lahaina next Saturday evening.
July 7. lickots will soon bo plac
ed on sale 111 Lahaina and a large
attondanco is expected.
GRAND LUAU BY ALEXANDER
A very successful. luau was given
on tho grounds of the Armory last
baturday, by tho ladies of tho
Alexander House, assisted by
number of ladies who are interested
in the work being done by the
Tho usual niimbor of delicacies
were spread to which wero added a
largo number of foods which only
a kamaaina knows what to do with.
After the luau was over the fancy
articles were- disposed of. At
this stage of the affair some of
the friends of Deputy Tax Collector
1. N. K. Keola forcibly took him
up to tho booth and made him buy
a number of presents. Jim proved a
cheerful loser, and others wore
pressed into service.
The luau was a pleasant ono and
netted about $100.00. Tho ladies
who had tho affair in charge aro to
bo congratulated on tho success of
AHEONG, VS HAIKU SUGAR CO.
A case of considerable interest was
before tho Circuit Court this week
with Judge Robinson of tho First
Circuit on the bench in place of
Judge A. N. Kepoikai, who is dis
Tho suit was brought by A. J.
Ahcong for damages on account of
alleged loss incurred by the taking
of water claimed by Ahcong for
lands said by liim as being ancient
taro lands but denied by the Hai
ku Sugar Company.
W. A.Kinnoy represented Ahcong
and W. O. Smith and W. J. War
ren the defendant company.
A largo number of witnesses
Yere called on both sides and the
case was closely contested by the
attorneys on oitch side. As we go
to press tho case is still beforo the
Court and will occupy its attention
for some time yet.
SINGER SEWING MACHINES
Cannot be obtained through merchandise dealers. They are delivered
directly from maker to user only through the Company's owu em
ployees. There is as great n difference in the cost of making sewing
machines ns there is in making watches. A cheap watch will indicate
time with fair accuracy for a short time, Fairly good stitching can be
done on some of the old patterns of cheap sewing machines when they
are new, but they always work hard, are noisy and soon wear out.
Kvcry SINGKR MACHINK is tested by actual sewing at the factory.
It is always ready for every kind of stitching and will do better work
and do it longer than any other because it is of better design and
construction. A Postal Card to
R' Wwa"luYuELL' AGENT FOR MAUI.
WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION,
WILL NOT RUN
In a Personal Letter He Declares He will not
Be a Candidate for the Presidency
at the next Campaign.
CZAR ASKED TO ACCEDE TO DEMANDS.
Another Insurance Co. President Resigns. Kaiser and Czar
will attend German Naval Maneuvers. Thaw in
dicted for Murder in First Degree.
(8PECIAL TO TUB MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 9G cleg. 3.53135 Beets 8s. 2d.
WASHINGTON, Juno 2!). Tho Conference report favoring,;a dis
trict court in China has been passed by tho House. ,
The Senate has passed the general deficit appropriationTw the
Public Buildings Bill. !
President Roosevelt, in a porsorial letter, declares he will not be a
candidate for the Presidency.
ST. PETERSBURG, June 29. Tho probability of an outbreak
among the troops here has caused many to ask theS; Czar to accede to
the demands of parliament. Tho Czar has commuted many death
In many provinces , the prevailing conditions are bordering on
LOS ANGELES. Juno 28.r-Col. Wilbur Scuttle, president of tho
Pacific Mutual Life Insuranco Co. has resigned
BERLIN, June 28. Tho Czar and tho Kaiser aro together to
attend tho German naval maneuvcrs,in the Baltic in July)
NEW YORK, Juno 28. Thaw has been indicted for murder in
the first degree.
WUWnAVHB T no TT .1 tt; ;x .
' ""1 oujiu ao. iiin vuiu university won ineiresnman
eight from Yale by a length in 23.2.
WASHINGTON, June 26. McLatta has been appointed assistant
secrotary to the President, to succeed Barnes. Barnes has received tho
appointment as postmaster for tho city of Washington.
NEW YORK, June 2G. Stanford Wliite, an eminent architect and a
prominent clubman, was shot and killed during a performance at tho
Madison Square roof gardens. His assailant was Harry Thaw, son of a
Pittsburg millionaire and a brother of the Countess of Yarmouth. Tho
audience was panic stricken.
WASHINGTON, Jnne 2G. The Ho-iso has passed tho Immigration
Bill, eliminating tho educational test. Tho bill as passed creates a Con
gressional Commission to investigate tho immigration question.
ST. PETERSBURG, Juno 26. The disaffection in the array is growing.
At Batum tho garrison is reported to have mutinedand the mutineers aro
surrounded by Cossacks.
WARSAW, Juno 26, Three detectives have been killod by tho
GUANTANAMO, Juno 26. Four light earthquake shocks wero felt
BIALiYSTOK, Juno 25. As a result of tho parliamentary inquiry tho
civil and military governors aro displaced.
PEKING, June 23.--Thore aro favorablo indications for "tho ouon
door" in Manchuria.
KIEL, Juno 25. Tho Kaiser has dined Mr. and Mrs. Tinnrmrnrth Cnnn
D " "
Roosevelt) on board the Imperial yacht Hohonzollorn.
CAIRO. June 25. Three hundred and fiftv Snudnnnsn h
and ojio hundred captured by tho punitive expedition.
PANAMA. June 25. The Government has won n. Itnrv In 1 hn
Hons in many provinces. There were minor disorders.
WARSAW, June-25. Tho terrorists havo killed threo policemen horo"
MANILA, Juno 25. Colonel James Regan is dead.
WASHINGTON. June 23. Attornov G nnnrn.1 TVInrwlv nnnnnnono ilinf
he iutends to commence a criminal Droseoution against thn Stamford nil
Company for tho granting of . rebates and also for tho violation of tho
..I I - I L 1 Ol 1-
uiuuiiJiub 01 ino onorman j-iaw.
WASHINGTON. Juno 23. The Senate has nassnd thn Itnm nf 9S nnu
for the traveling expenses of tho President.
WASHINGTON, Juno 23. Tho Senate has adontnrt
ing sympathy with tho victims of and horror at tho Jowlah massacres at.
Bialystok. . K.
ST. PAUL, Minn.. Juno 23. Several railroads have announced n illsrnn.
tinuancoof their special rates.
WASHINGTON. June 23. The extradition troatv hntwnnn Amnrlnn
and Japan has been ratified.
WARSAW, Juno 23 Durinir tho nast five months n tntnl nf ion
people have be,en killed here by the police.
SANTA CRUZ, Cal.. June 23. Tho Casino has henn ilflstrnvnrl hv Rfn
The loss will bo $144,000. N '