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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1,1906
Now that Thanksgiving's over tlip
ladies will turn thnir minds to their
Christmas dresses. I have just re
reived a nice lot of Japanese silks,
Linens, Laces, Embroideries. A new
lot of Men and Ladies Hats and
Shoes. Also a fine lot of silverware
The Tioneer Storp.
Kodaks make ideal Christmas gifts.
Send to Honolulu Photo-Supply C-.
for a Kodak, or a booklet showing
other Christmas suggestions.
The electric lights of the new Wai
iuku mill were tested this week ard
f'C'Vj to be in first class order.
fti'r. and Mrs. C. D. Lufkin enter
tained a number of friends at. a
thanksgiving dinner Thursday. Cov
ers were la'uMor twelve.
Superintendent E. U. Carly of the
Maul Telephone Company is install
ing a telephone system for the Maui
Hotel which will be found of great
convenience to the guests.
Order Christmas bonks from Win.
C. Lyon Co. Ltd.. Tnnolulu. All the
standard books sold in s-'ls for rah
or on easy pavmenl-s. Order toilav.
Send first, seeond ami third choice n
the others nviv be a'l jnnr.
Tim total amount rea'izvl hv 'lie
Ladies Auxiliary at their Evening at
Home" whioh ws held on the even
ing of November the 17th was $ 357.40.
V. A. Vetlosen has received a
beautiful assortment v of Hawaiian
curios which ho has on display for the
Mrs. C. B. Wells entertained a few
of her friends at a,; thanksgiving
dinner on Thursday.
Tnacio Fileciano paid a line of five
dollars into the district court this
week for the pleasure of blacking a
Every household should have a copy
of the grrat medical book, "Medico-
lsy- " 18 invaluable for rmer
gencies and accidents. Trice 110.00
at Wm. C. Lyon O. Ltd. Honolulu.
Sold on easy payments;
The meetings of the V.Toman's Guild
are postponed until the second Tues
day in January, 1907.
A Serious Accident.
L:st Friday a serious uc?.idei.t
occurred at Waikapu when a Span
ia -d who was working on the steam
plows was struck by a chain and
sustained a compound facturc of the
leg and a fractured skull and Mr. G.
A. Hansen the head steam plow
overseer was knocked down and had
his leg bruised and badly abrased by
the same chain.
The accidant wts caused hv the
breaking of a chain attached to the
wire hawser that is used for hauling
stones from the litld end as the load
was heavy tho chain broke and the
end of the chain came back with such
force as t'vknocit the two men nou-n
and cause the injury to the two men.
The Spanmrd was taken to I lie
Malulani Ho-pital where he is rest
ing easily and will probably vrocover.
Mr. Hansen was laid up for a few
days only and is out at work again.
The police made a raid on 'i house
in Kahuluj known as the Ah Mi pro
mises but nowr owned hv another
Pake, and succeeded In arresting
twenty eiuht gamblers who were
lirousjht before f)iitrict. M--tgis'rale
Kav on Wednesdiv and after n
rial lasting all day twenty sevn
were found iruiliyand lined live cio!
ir.i p-icli. Am Is usual in such cases
Young Nap was very much in evi
J. M. Vivas was their attorney,
Deputy County Attorney V. V.
Crockett prosecuted tho cases.
Manager K.. S. Bjerdrom of Ilono
kaa was a Mauf caller last week,
Mr. Bjerdrom was manager of the
liana plantation for a number of
years and has many friends on thi
Manager Forbes of Kukuihaele
was in town last week, lie was a
returning passenger from the Plant
ers Association meeting in Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gray were in
town last Saturday.
lulu last week.
up from Hono
Manager VV. H. U. Uampoell was
In Waiiuku Saturday on his way
from Honolulu. ,
Clarence W. Mctarlane was in
Waiiuku last week.
R. B. Church of Puuneno was in
Waiiuku this week.
E. F. Dinert was in Waiiuku this
Lloyd S. Schmidt was a Waiiuku
caller this week from Honolulu
.'Mr. R. C. Soarle was in town this
week from Honolua.
Messrs Conway and McConiklc of
Theo. H. Davies and Company' were
in town this week selling our mei
chants goods for the Holidays.
B. Waggoner of the firm "of II
llackteid ana company is still on
Maui in the interest of bis firm.
J. S. Medeiros of the office of the
Hawaiian and Commercial and Sugar
Company is enjoying a vacation and
has been in town some days.
Reverend W. Ault is ill at
home and conflnod to his bed.
W, Sparks of Kihei was a Waiiuku
Mr. anu Mrs. tu. xuoiier have re
turned from Denmark after a vaca
tion of soma months. They have had
a most delightful .trip and visit
their old home while aay. Thin
Many Gamblers Firled.
At tlie residence of Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Fan torn Saturday Nov. L'l RMfi,
Canon Ault united in marriage, Mr.
F ,T. Crawford and Miss lana Aars.
The weeding took place earlier than
first arrange on account of I,' e ill
ness of Mrs. C.-IIansen. Tim young
couple will reside in Puunenp, where
the groom is employed.
The Public School has been closed
by order of Dr. Dinegar, the Govern
ment physicians, on account of a few
cases of diptheria.
All the pat ents under treatment
are doing well, and there has been
no hew cases for several (lavs.
The grindii g sei.Ron for 1!07 crop
will begin Monday Die. !!. The mill
is now in readiness and cane c tting
has commerced in preparation.
Mr. Arthur Belts returned from
Honolulu last Saturday .
Mr. Hiirold Rice returned froir
Kauai per "Kmau" on Wednesday.
Miss Ella Murray, who lias been
visiting Mrs. W. W. Westcoatl, re
turned home to Hour lulu jn- auna
Loa 1 it Monday.
Mr. Vn. Tjougher left f-u lion;. lulu
per M'liina Loa on Moi'dny.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP,
the Baldwin National Bank of Ka
hului, t K.ihului in the Ter. of
Hawaii, at the close of huninesn,
November 10, 1906.
iOans and Discounts
itverdrafts, secured and
J. S. Bonds to secure
Premiums on U. S. Bonds
Bonds, securities, etc.
Banking house, furniture
Due from National Hanks
(not reserve agents)
Due from State Banks.
Notes of other National
Fractional paper currency.
nickels, and cents
Specie 10.0SS 90
Legal-tender notes 25 00 11,013 90
Redemption fund with
U. S. Treasurer 5
Total 90,029 05
Capital stock paid in . 50,000 00
National Bank notes
outstanding 13,000 00
Individual deposits subject
to check 23,fil9 05
Demand certificates of
deposit 075 00
Time certificates of
Cashier's clieoks out
standing 000 00
Total 90,029 05
Ter. ol Hawaii, County of Maui, ss:
I, D. C. Lindsay, Cashier of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief,
D. C. LINDSAY.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS )
S. M. DAMON Directors
II. A. BALDWIN )
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 28th day of November, 1900.
R. O. HOGG,
Mr&. Reynolds, mother of Mrs
Penhallow is still ill in the Malulani
Attorney J. L. Coke returned from
Hawaii on the MaunaLoa Monday.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
The Annual election of Officers of
the "Kahului Ladies Auxiliary" took
place at their regular meeting, Frt
day Nov. 23.-d 1900, Mrs. R. W
Filler, President; Mrs. C. C. Gobsin
Mrs. G. B. KENNEY,
I OH RENT.
Tliree bright nKve rooms with
toilet and running water and acety
lene light, over First National Bank
of Waiiuku, c; n be had after January
First Natioral Bank of Waiiuku.
Livery and Boarding Stables
FIRST CLASS RIGS and HORSES
DRUMMERS LTGHT WAGONS
We do a genera! Kx press Business
Tel. No. 282.
Joe Doreo, Munuger.
-ibhMALi. 60 YEARS'
Anyone son 1 trig n ttkotrh nnd description nmy
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether ao
Invention in probably patentable. Cuniniunlriw
ttoTiHRtrictlycnnHdenttal. HANDBOOK Haleut
sunt free. Hiltt agency for Ht'curmtr patents.
Patent b tukoa ilinmirh Mutin & Cu. receive
tpt rint notice, without ctinruo, iu tho
A hundsnnioly Hliistmrpcl vte'.itr. I.nrnpt clr-'
culiition of nnv m ivtt"itlr jimri.-il. 1 t riws, t'i a
yejir : four mont lis, 1 1. tiot-i by all t . waciculur.
lyiUNNSCu.35'8- New York
BECAUSE, l.hev et as good
smoke for FIVE CENTS as they
used to for Ten Cents.
The last whilT is as "ood as the
WHY NOT TRY ONE?
It burns evenly.
We sell the A DELI N A I'ATTI.
Sole Honolulu Agents.
CORNER HOTEL and FORT SYS
BISMARK STABLES CO. ltd
and SALES STABLES
The BISMARK STABLES
proposes to run the Lkadino Liveuy
Stable Business on MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WACQNS
Excursion Rates to Iao and Ila'e
akala with competent ,'uidos
NEW RIGS- -'NEW TEAMS
The Best Offered for the Money.
25 Different Styles and Prices.
Doll heads. n;1r
Mechanical Dolls, Talking
Disqnc head " Slecin
lndeslniclilile " Funny
liubbcr ' French
Paper head, hands and Douncing
fort Dolls, x . Squeaky
German Dolls Clown
AH a Happy Family. Prices from
15 cts. to $4.50 each.
Linen, that wears and washes well. Paper, for children.
Cool: Books for the grown up ladies. Story Books for the grown up folks.
Story Books for the babies. A. B. C. books for the babies.
Hundreds of different stories, all beautifully bound and illustrated from
2 cents to $2.00 each.
Rubber, all sizes,
Fancy Decorations for Christmas Trees,
Tin toys, Horses Cows,
and other arriinuls too numerous to mention, 5 to 25 cts. each.
K A H
Banks, steel, that are safe' and good to Velocipedes, SI. 50 to $3.00
keep. Iron Toys,
Children's Sowing Machines, that do as Moving Figures
good work as the grown up ones. Children's Chairs', plain and rockers
Steel Wagons 35ds. to $3.00 Foot Balls
Toy Carts, 25cts'. to 50cts.
ailU 1IU1IUI KJ 1 UlllWI lUO IUU IIUIUWI wvv
to mention. Come early, select what you i
wish and we will pack it away for you
The Big Store with the Little Prices.
the first time thev have been back in