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THE MAU NEWS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1906
THE MAUI' NEWS
Filtered al the Post OHicu nt W.iilnkti, M ini, Hawaii, us si-cond-cl.iss inriUer.
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SEPT KM UK It 29, I'lOO
Attorney Smith The liar Association of Honolulu lias (lis
Scored. posed of the Carl Smith mailer mid while
hj came in for a scatclii arraignment for his uc'i ns, ho was not
expelled from the Association as many thought hi- would bo.
Smith was the attorney for certain Koroans found guilty of
murder, and after their sentence to hang for the crime they had
committed, Smith wrote the Attorney-General's ofliee that he be
lieved there was no extenuating circumstances and even went, so
far as to write of the facts lie ha J learned from the defendants
while he was acting as their attorney, facts that are usually re
garded as sacred between attorney and client.
Attorney W. A. Kinney arraigned Smith in the most scathing
terms declaring that his action in writing away the lives of his
former clients was murderous and against every dogrotv of pro
fessional ethics. He asserted that to adopt the report of t ho cmi
initteo was to sultify the lar Association.
To Stive il Lite There seems to be reison to think that
young Manase, the Hawaiian under sentence of death at Sacra
mento, acted in self-defence. This fact his lawyer lelieves cculd
be established on appeal, but Manase has no money and his at
torney, who carried the case through the lower court for nothing,
does not feel that he can meet tho cost of taking it further. Only
$100 are asked for, but in the opinion of Mr. George Castle, who is
interested in the case, at least $150 ought to be sent on.
At Mr. Castle's request and in the belief that the object is a
worthy one, the Advertiser asks for subscriptions towards a fund
of $150 to save the young Hawaiian's life. The money may be sent
to us or to Mr. George Castle. It is desirable- to sent it soon.
Advertiser. Believing that every accused person should have a fair and im
partial trial and having studied all the available data on the sub
ject that we could get we believe the cause is a worthy one. We
have contributed our mite and would suggest t-hr.t those who
would see justice done to one of our Havvaiians who is handicapped
by being in a land where the Hawaiians are unknown will send to
either of r,he above parties such a sum as they may feel disposed
Democrats in Our esteemed friends, the Democrats of
the Field. Oahu. have held their convention and have
put up some good men for ollico and among them is Curtis P. Iau
kea for the oilice of Sheriff of the County.
Should the Democrats win, the affairs of tho Territory and Coun
ty would be run practically as they aru run under the adminis
tration of the Kopublicau party with the exception of a little more
friction and consequently less accomplished.
They aim to conduct the affairs of the government in an econo
mic businesslike way, free from tho vagaries of tho Home Rulers
and in case they were in harmony with the administration few
would regret to see them in power.
They would fail however t.o get the assistance from the Federal
Government that w all so much desire and all feel that we ars
justly entitled to and would fall far snort of accomplishing much
that is mosi needed and most desired by every patriotic, citizen of
It is possible that some of the men nominated on Oahu may be
elected and where they are good men and running against men
who are not clean but running the affairs of the County in their
own interests, it would not be a bad thing for the County if they
were elected, were in not for the harmful effect that their election
would have on the voters in choosing members to the legislature
where a majority of Democrats would make it impossible for us to
secure that Federal aid that would far out weigh any service that
tho Democrats might be able to render.
Oppose Boxing. The ministers of Honolulu, with more
zeal than discission, have united to stop boxing and it seems that
they will be able, by taking ad vantage of a law that was enacted
for a very different purpose, to stop a sport that is enjoyed by
many and an injury to no one.
District Attorney Breckons is said to have pointed out to the
gentlemen that their efforts would result in alienating from them
support in matters of far more importance than the matter under
Some time ago they undertook to have ball games stopped on
Sunday afternoons which resulted in much more harmful pastimes
of the young. It will be the same in this case.
Ministers may be of untold service to their fellow men if they
keep within their spheres but once tney begin meddling with
things that do not concern them they lose that support and confi
dence that is necessary to a successful career.
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Why Not Be UptoDate?
Wo carry a choice line of Stationery. lloyal
Velvet, Hawaiian View I'apelcrie, Highland
Linen. Tablets of all sizes and grades.
A full line of Dry Goods, I'ereales, .Muslins,
Lawns, Batiste, Cambric, White Dress Goods.
The best in the Grocery line.
CIGARS TO BURN!
o WAILUKU CASH STORE
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No. 5! 514.
REPORT Of- THE CONDITION Ol
tlie FlPHt Nntlonnl Bnnk of Wni
luku, at Wniluku, In the Ter. of
llnwtiil, nt the clone of bunineHH,
September 4, l00.
Loans and Discounts 125,441 32
Overdrafts' secured and
unsecured 5,939 87
U. S. I Sonris to secure
circulation 10,500 00
Premiums mi U.S. Ilotuis 800 00
Ronds, securities, etc. 50,700 00
Hanking house, furniture
and fixtures 7,000 00
Due from State Hanks
ami Hankers 20, 1:58 97
Due from approved icserve
audits 12,20!) 71
Checks and other cash
items 355 OS
Eracti- nal paper currency,
nickels and cents 48 77
Specie . 20,93 35
Redemption fund with
U. S. Treasurer (5 '
f circulation) 825 00
Total 270,557 07
LIA HILITI ES DOLLARS
Capital stock paid in 35.000 00
Sui p'us fund 12,250 00
Undivided profits, li s
x peaces, and I axes
paid 1,721 88
National Hank notes out
standing 10,50a 00
Due to other Nal ioual
Hanks 2,203 20
Individual deposits subject
to check 182,004 14
Demand errtilicatei of
deposit 7,002 99
Time certificates of
deposit 21,210 80
Certified checks 90' 00
Total 270,557 07
Ter. of Hawaii, County of Maui, ss:
1, C. 1). Lufkin, Cashier or the
abo ve named hank, do solemnly swear
fiat, the above statement is trui to
the best of my knowledge and tf def.
C. D. LUFKIN,
R. A. WADSWORTH
Wm. T. ROHINSONt
Subscribed ami sworn to bcf.ire me
this 20 tb day of September, 1000.
J. N. K KEOLA,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
the Lahaina National Bank, nt
Ltihalna, in the Ter.- of Hawaii,
nt the clone of busineHH, September-!,
. RESOURCES DOLLARS
Loans iid Discounts 20,482 41
Overdrafts, secured and
qnsecured 230 00
U. S. Ronds to secure
circulation 0,250 00
Premiums oi: U.S. Ronds 221 05
Rends, se'untles, etc. 0,010 17
Hanking house, furniture
ami fixtures 1,080 14
Expenses and taxes paid
less profits 550 80
Due from National Ranks
(not reserve a( tits) 2,701 35
Due from Slate Hanks
and Hankers 4,015 81
Due from approved reserve
agents 370 70
Cheeks and other cash
items 8 50
Fractional paper currency,
nickels, and certs 23 44
Specie 1,428 10
Redemption fund with
U. S. Treasurer (5
of circulation) '312 50
Total 40 707 01
LIA HI LITIES DOLLARS
Capital stock paid in 25.000 00
National Hank uotrs out
Individual deposits subject
Demand certificates of
Time certificates of
Territory of Hawaii, County of
I. C. D. Lufkin, Caslc.er of the
aboved n vmcd bunk, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is
true lo the best of my knowledge and
C. D. LUFKIN,
L. HARKHAUSEN j
W. HENNINfi Di.ectors.
R. A. WADSWORTH )
Subscribed and sworn to before
Ine this 24th day of September, 1000.
J. N. K. KEOLA,
1). A. Christiansen, head water
luna at, Waihee was given t "su prise
party last Sunday by a number of his
friends. The occasion was Ins birth
day. A luau washad under the shade
of the large ohai trees and a very
pleasant day wus spent bv ail who
Lady's wheel, good condition new
tires, Christie saddle, Coaster brake
120. Address Rok 12. Puunene.
The next regular meeting of the
Farmers' Institute of Hawaii will tie
held nt Iho i library of Hie Territorial
liuai'lcf Agriculture and Forestry
on Kii.g Street. Honolulu, Saturday,
Sept tuber 20, .at 7:30 p m.
This is the lust meeting of 1 1 1 - yeai
and is to be made an important
occasion in the interest of Hawaii's
agriculture; the fascinating subject
of Hawaiian fruit and tl.e possibili
ties of t roptcal fruit-culture in these
si. mds is to tie presented by able
speakers, and cannot fail lo accuse
hilcrcM in this n g'ecleil, hut Very
Important Inland resn ice.
The program will be as follms:
F. uit Cultutc as uu Inausti y in Ha
wuii. President J a red G Smith. Ha
waiian Fruits, Dr. William T. Hrig
hair.. Tropical Fruits us Food, Dr
Edmund C. Shorey.' Horticultural
Insect Enemies, (Exhibition of Speci
mens, Mr. I). L. Van Dine.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all who are in le ret led.
(signed) F. G. KRAUSS,
The Call to Arms.
Honolulu, September 25. There's
going to be a lot of knifing and we
must get the fellows out to work
quickly. There's no use hiung it.
While the Democratic forces were
being aligned in convent! n last night,
I he stalwarts of th Republican party
were planning the openitu' of their
campaign in their new hendquart- r
The utmost eari.estness character
ized the proceedings and it was evi
dent from the remarks of the speak
ers that, anythi g but a wa.kover in
November is expected.
Delegate Kuhio himself sounded the
alarm in the matter of knifing, de
daring that il was useless to longer
Liile the fact that the cold steel
would be liberally applied.
Chairman Harry Murray presided
at the meeting.
Prominent among those present
were: Delegate Kuhio; Counlv Audi
tor Hicknell, E. Huffandcau, C. F.
Chilliugworth, Senator Lane J.
Hughes, (3. Hustace, Jr., A. V. Gear,
Sam Johnson. J, Hoyd, Sol. Mahelona,
L. L. McCandloss, F. T. P. Water
house, D Kalauokalani, Jr., E. W.
Quinn, .j. Johnston, N. Fernandez,
C. Clarke, W. T. Rawiins, E. .Long,
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WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES -SECURES
I A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
5 HONOLULU, HAWAII P. O. Box 340
f iBnnrtr'ii7iiwii'iiMi'i fmmiiniTTTin'fiTiirifi iiti " n nr 1 rr Trnnn T
MAKE REMITTANCES with Hank Money Orders. We
notice the people of this vicinity are getting the good habit of
coining to n.' for a money order when they want to Bend
money away. They used to go to the postollice hut now tliey
know the Rank Money Order-is the let. It is the cheapest
and quickest way t send money. If the Rank Order i lost
you can immediately get a new one without coft or trouble
The Laliaina National Bank
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OI; WAILUKU, MAUI.
THE OPEN MEETING.
The opening work of the campaign
and the necessity of urging voters 'o
register were matters of chief iin
portancc under dieusion.
Watcrhouse suggested that, a big
ralilica t ion inci iug be held on Sat
urd.iy eight .
MeCaudl ss drew at tcntion to the
fact that there would be a large ga'h
eringat Waialua that night and there
was some discussion as to deterring
Hie meeting, but it was finally decid
ed to hold forth at Aula park in a big
rally on Saturday nif hi.
Chillingworl i was i i favor of imme
diately starting the campaign. The
idea of postponing action was, in his
opinion, ridiculous. The Home Rulers
and Democrats were hard ut work
taking men from the Republican
ranks and the so.iner I lie candidates
got around the island and next to the
voters, the better for the part)'.
Srmeho.lv suggested a schedule of
speech making bul E. W. Quiun
thought that if a schedul.. were pub
lislied the enemy would contrive to
destroy its efficacy.'
KUIItO S TALK.
Chairman Murray called on Dele
gate Kuhio to address the meeting,
lie spoke in part as follows:
''I'm not a politician and don't
knew much about running a cam
paign hut if the party will lay out its
plans I'll help all I can. We've got
to work. We may be all right as far
as Honolulu is concerned but we have
to look after the outside districts.
We have to 'ook out for our senators,
our snnervisor-at large and our
"The main tiling to do is to send
out ood c.impaiga talkers. We know
pretty well what the white men will
do. They will vote t lie straight ticket
or scratch, as they please. The cam
paign work is to be done among tho
II tv aiians. When we send out a
crowd we should follow it up with
another crowd. The s.ooner we start
the be tier.
"I'm not bragging about myself
but your delegate can do a lot of good
right here in Honolulu. How I'm
going to get, round to all the other
islands I do not know. For my own
self I have no fear. II wait is all
right and Maui too, I think. The
danger lies right here in Honolulu. I
go to Hilo tomorrow,
'There is going to be a lot of knif
ing and we must get the fellows out
to w irk quickly. You must, get out
others than the candidates to talk.
Thorn is no use hiding it; there's go
ing to be knifing. I'm a Republican
and a damn good one." (Applause.)
L. M. Vetlescn is in town this
Miss Violet Makce and her aunt,
Mrs. Genevieve Dowsett Dunbar ex
pect to go to Honolulu next week.
Many familiar faces are absent
from town this week owing to the
fact that so many of them are away
canvassing the County in the political
dime JableHKciliului Slailroad Company
STATIONS K- M' Pi,s' L' M'
Pas. Fit. Pas.
Kahului Leave 7.00 2.00
Waituku Arrive 7.12 2.12
Wailuku Leave 7.20 2.20
Kahului Arrive 7.32 2.32
Kahului Leave 7.35 9.40 2.35
Sp'ville Arrive 7.47 9.55 2.47
Sp'ville Leave 7.50 10.15 2.50
Paia Arrive. 8.05 10.35 3.05
Paia' Leave 8.15 10.50 3.15
Sp'ville Arrive .8.35 3.35
Sp'ville Leave 8.40 3.40'
Kahului Arrive 8.52 11.30 3.52
Kahului Leave 8.55 11.45 3.55
Wailuku Arrive 9.10 12.00 4.10
Wailuku Leave 9.20 12.20 4.15
Kahului A i rive 9.35 12.35 4.30
Kihei trains Tuesday only and carry freight only.
Kahului Railroad Company
ALEXANDER & HALDWTN, Ltd. ; ALEXANDER & HALT) WIN, Line of Sailing Vessels Retweer
San Francisco and the Hawaiian Islands; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Importers n ncl Dealers In
NOR WEST and REDWOOD LUMREU in all sizes rough and surfaced. SASH. DOORS and RI.INE
CEDAR MOULDINGS sad INSIDE FINISHING LUMRER, also a full line o
in Cedar and Redwood.
CORRUGATED IRON, GALVANZKD IRON, ZINC. GALVANIZED IRON PIPE rn at. tap
CEMENT," OILS and PAINTS. FENCE WIRE and STAPLES: NAILS PITCH oakum v. 'v.