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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 907
What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
. PROFESSIONAL CARDS
EDMUND H. HART
Notauy Public, Conveyancer and
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Office, Circuit Court, 2nci Circuit
LODGE MAUI, No. 084, A. F. & A. M.
. Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the Satur
day night of each month nearest the
full mocn, at 7.30 P. M.
January meeting on the 2Gth.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. H. CASE, R. W. M.
t. f. Secretary.
W. J, MOODY
Contractor and builder
PLANS and ESTIMATES
FlIdNE NO 1. KAHUMJI MAIM,
' T. H.
From Tuesday Nov. 27 Santa C'.aus
will take up his headquartnrs with
us as he always does when merry old
Christmas is coming. There will be
lovely Holiday-gifts for the grown up
people, an., a profusion of Toys to
gladden the heart of the children.
r From a great selection of Hawaiian
'Curios, you will be able to chose some
thing beatiful to seud to your absent
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Tie Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
. . OFFICERS.
Chas. M. "Cooke President
P. O. Jones Vice-President
C.'H-. ' Cooke Cashier
C. HustacOi AssistantfCashier
E. D. Tcnney, J. A. McCandlcss,
C. II. Athcrton, E. F. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
,-TtfB FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooke, President W. T, Robinson, Vice President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
R. A. Wadsworth, Director D. U. Case, Director
FIFTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC. 31, 190(J
Loans nml Overdrafts J127.593.46
U. S. Bonds 16,500.00
Premium on U. S" Itomls 495.00
Other Bonds (Quickly con
C'asU'6'n hand and due from
Banking House Furniture and
Due. from U. S. Treasury 825.no
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, ) oc
COUNTY OP MAUI, $ ho
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashlnr of the
inai me auovo is true to ttio best of my knowleugo unu belief.
. C. D. LUFKIN, Casuieii,
.Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 2nd day of January, 1007:
JAS. N. K. KEOLA, Notary Public Sec, Jud. Circuit
Two Great Streams of Lava are Flowing Into
the Sea. Another Stream in Kona is
Fast Approaching the Water.
FRED . REYMON
Two Persons arc Held for
that One is Guilty of Killing Reymon. A
Woman is Mixed in the Affair.
THE GREAT ERUPTION.
The great eruption on Mauna
Loa which occurred about mid
night on the morning of the 10th
instant was one of the greatest out
breaks seen on the island of Ha
waii for many years. It was seen
in Hilo and Wailuku shortly after
midnight. Huge columns of firo
and smoke arose high into the
heavens lighting up the surround
ing country for many miles.
Old residents who are familiar
with the out breaks of the past say
that the outbreak was larger than
that of 1889.
The fact that the lava flow
reached the sea in three days time
shows that the flow of lava is im
mense. Former flows have re
quired months to reach the sea
while but few have gone so far.
People on the big island have
applied by wire for o"n excursion
steamer to visit the How and it is
probable that two steamers will be
sent from Honolulu soon with ex
cursionists from that place for the
As part of the Government road
is destroyed and part of the tele
phone system is destroyed by the
the lava it is difficult to get accu
rate information as to the place of
the outbreak but those who are
familiar with the contour of the
island believe the outbreak occurr
ed below the top of the mountain.
Many persons on this island are
anxious to see the volcano and will
doubtless take advantage of the
first opportunity to go to the scene
of the volcanic activity that its
offered by the Stoamship Company.
RBYMON WAS MURDERED.
Last Friday it was reported that
Fred Reymon had committed sui
cide in Kanaio near Ulupalakua.
As It was known that criminal re
lations existed between Reymon
and a woman there many refused
to accept the suicide theory and
Capital Stock., $ 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits 16,084.1 1
Dividends Unpaid 1,400.00
above named bank, do solemnly swear
Investigation on the Suspicion
the Sheriff ordered an inquest to
A Cornoners jury wascnipanncl-
od and took two days in the ex
amination of witnesses with the
result that a confession was made
by one of the parties and two
placed under arrest.
Deputy Sheriff Edgar Morton
conducted the inquest and much
credit is due him for bringing out
the facts in the case.
Mary Ann Kaaipalaoa stated to
the jury that she and Gcorgo Kao-
nohi Auekalani were in a room to
gether when Fred Reymon came
home. They were asleep at the
time. Reymon was angered at
finding Auekalani and wont to get
0 . . .at).. n
an ax. As lie came in the woman
throw her arms around him while
Auekalani shot him.
The jury returned a verdict that
the deceased came to his death at
the hands of George Kaonohi Aue
kalani and Mary Ann Kaaipaluoa.
The woman was placed under
arrest at once and the Deputy
Sheriff of Hana was telephoned to
have Auekalani placed under ar
rest at once which was done and
they were both brought to Wailuku
whero their preliminary hearing
will bo held.
Reymon was a cowboy and half
SENTENCED TO EIGHTEEN
On January 4th, James Polani
and two other young Hawaiians
were before the District Court on
the charge of larceny, At the re
quest of the County Attorney sen
tence was suspended for a period
of thirteen months and the young
men yvar,ned to conduct themselves
properly or suffer the sentence of
Two of them apparently took
the warning to heart and are now
enjoying their liberty while the
older one, James Polani was arrest
ed last Saturday on a charge of as
sault and battery on the person of
a fifteen year old Hawaiian girl
and was sentenced to six months
imprisonment 01. this charge and
on the former conviction was sen
tonced to 0110 years imprisonment
which term will take effect at the
expiration of the first sentonce.
It is the policy of the Court and
County Attornoy to. give minor
offenders an opportunity to redeem
themselves when brought beforo
the Court for the first time and
have the sentences suspended for
a long term but if they fail to pro
perly conduct themselves they will
suffer the- penalty.
This plan has been in uso in
Judge Lindsay's Court in Denver
Colorado and has been found to be
an excellent one and its adoption
hero should prove a succoss in most
cases at least.
Dinnci' to I. L. Coke.
A- farewell dinner to Attorney
James L. Coke was given at the Maul
Hotel Tuesday evening by ton rf his
friends including Charles Eakln, C.
D. Lufkin, D. II. Davis, E. M.
Keeney, II. M. Coke, C. Waldeycr,
W. T. Robinson, D. L. Meyer, and
Dr. R. IT. Dinegar.
Tho dinner was given in the private
dining rooms of the hotel and was a
very elaborate affair. Speeches were
made and stories told until after ten
Recaptures Stolen GooiIh.
John Rodrigucs who ecaped from
jail some days ago and who was
thought to be tho burglar who broko-
into tho Paia store confessed to the
Sheriff that ho had all of tho goods
hidden away and would show him
where they were.
Taking the prisoner and police-
ofucor Clement Crowell ho went to
the place whore the goods wore hid-
ded and lound them stored 'away in a
coal oil tin under a tree. Thoro were
forty four watches somo shoes and
othor things of minor value.
All of the stolen goods were re.
covered except a few articles that
had been disposed of before the cap
Death of Hosu Ferguson.
Little Rosa Ferguson, the eleven
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Ferguson, died at her home
Tuesday night after a short illness.
On Monday she was well as usual
and attended school but was taken
sick during the night and died the
Thefuneral took place tho follow
ing day from the Union Church, Rev.
R. B. Dodge conducting the services.
The singing was done by about two
hundred of the school children and
all of tho pallbearers were selected
from among her schoolmates. Tho
school children and teachers and
many friends followed the hearse in
carriages to tho cemetery whore the
last services were performed.
Death o All's. Sarah Kalamu.
Mrs. Sarah" Kalma died at her
heme near Makawao Thursday morn
ing. Sho had been ill for a long
time and her death was not unex
pected. She was highly respected
by all who knew hei. Senator S. E.
Kalama is her son.
Teachers before the Soldiers.
Indications are that there will bo
a general raid upon the territorial
Treasury during the session of the
Legislature that begins nest month.
It is true that only a few oP tho re
quests for larger appropriations
have yet come to light, but there has
been but one instance yet made pub
he wherein a smaller appropriation,
than that granted in 1903, has been
sot forth as sulliciont for tho coming
blenmel period. If wo mistake not
it was the Governor who set the ball
rolling with the announcement that
ho intended to ask tho Legislature
for an apprdpriation for the National
Guard of Hawaii. But, place aux
dames. It Is tho teachers who have
for i.early two years been waiting
patiently for a return to tho old
salary list, which should be restored
before any other item in any appro
priation bill is advanced one cent
Then wo have the proposed creation
of a sinking fund for teachers' pen
sions. Both the Board of Health
and tho Board of Education have
given indications of financial unrest
Tho Superintendent of Public Works
has announced that additional spend
ing money will bo welcome, County
clerks and oven members of one of
the Boards of Supervisors have been
heard from. Lands and Survey have
emitted whispers. .Members of the
Legislature have suggested a larger
honorarium for themselves, and there
aro still forty days left in which to
figuro out big and little sums in ad
ditioii, tho total so far amounting to
somo $050,000. Traus-Paclfic Trade.
City of Kingston, Jamaica, is boomed to bls
appearDead Lying in Streets and
Pestilence is Feared.
SUMMONS FRISCO'S SCHOOL PRIN6IPAL.
United States Supreme Court to Settle San Fraricisco School
Question More Battleships Wanted Lava Still
Flowing from Mauna Loa Crater.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar, 3.50. Beets, 8s. lOJd.
NEW YORK, Jan. .18. The city of Kingston, Jamaica, is doom
ed to disappear. Two light houses
The dead lie in the streets and
property is estimated at twentyfivo
bor are crowded with injured. The list of dead is increasing Corpses
in tho streets are being buried in trenches. Eight Americans are mis
sing. Oonditions are growing worse.
SAN FRANOISCO, Jan. 18.
has issued an order to tho principal of the Pacific Heights School to
appear on February 11 and show cause for refusal te admit Japanese
pupils. The Federal Government has also filed suit in tho Federal
WASHINGTON, Jan. 18. President Roosevelt urges CbngrcBS to
appropriate money for the construction of two battleships and more
HILO HAWAII, Jan. 18. Two
the sea. One stream half mile wide and 30 feet highan d is moving at
rate of 30. feet per hour. Another stream is within a half mile of sea.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 15.
Leland Stanford Jr. university, in a
congress world consent to the passage of au act of exclusion against .tne
Japaneso and that no president would sign it even if it should be passed.
Tho passage or the signing of such a measure would be, he said, a hoodlum
FINDLAY, Ohio, January 15.
ments have been returned against the
guilty on these counts would leave the
aggregating fifty-eight million dollars.
BASLE, Switzerland, January 15.
tho electrical system here and tho city
Baslo is one of tho principal cities
givon at 111,000.
SPOKANE, Wash., January 15.
runaway accident horo yesterday, his
into a snowbank and thereby escaped
TOKIO, January 15. Tho Japaneso government has expressed itself
as in favor of submitting tho question of international disarmamentto The
Hague Peace Conference.
VICTORIA, British Columbia, January 15. The schools in this city
havo been forced to closo becasc of tho cold weather.
HILO, Hawaii, Jan. 15, 10 a. in. Thore were two more new outbreak's1
on tho summit of Mauna Loa yesterday.
A bright glare was again visible last ulght.
News from tho Volcano eruption has been sdow as tho wo'ather jias
interfered with rapid working of tho wireless. The dispatch given was "got1
through early this forenoon and gives the situation up to dato. As Rfaiina
Loa is many thousand foot high, it is obviously impossible for tho people 'in
Hilo or In Kona or Kau to state definitely as to the character of the now
As was tho case with the flow which passed over a portion of Kahuku
ranch, the people down below know just what the situation is when tho lava
gets within reaching distance.
It is probablo that immediately after the first outbreak parties, wore
made up to go to tho top of the mountain, and some word should soon be
obtained of their observations.
A dispatch received last evening stated that the new flow was
moving toward Kona. As the lator dispatch of today does not con
firm this statement, it is highly probablo that tho direction of tho flow
from tho now outbreak is puro speculation.
Tho Henry Waterhouso Trust Company has made every effort to .ob
tain a special steamer to carry a party to tho Volcano display on Hawaii.
As thp sugar season is just starting in, tho task has boen a difficult one.
Finally tho inter-Island Steam Navigation Company has promised that as
soon as the Heleno arrive! atid is unloaded sho will bo available for tho
trip. The Ilclene is an excellent sea boat, being one of tho latest addi
tions to the Hoot. There is nothing positive regarding the tlmo of h'er
ST. THOMAS, Danish West Indies, Jan. 15.-Tho city of .Kingston,
Jamaica, was destroyed by earthquako on Monday afternoon. Many lives
Fires started immediately following tho quake and the shocks continue.
The people are camping in the open and general distress provails.
The cable ofilco at Holland Bay is damaged and the land wires wero
interrupted at 3:30 on Monday.
Communication is now restored to within ftvo miles of Kingston.
All Jamacia cables are Interrupted,
MADRID, January 11.- Anticlerical demonstrations have taken placo
at Bilbao and San Sebastian. It is believed that the Ministry will not last
have already sunk.
pestilence is feared. The .loss of
million dollars. Ships in thb har
Business is at a standstill.
The United States Supremo Court
streams of lava are flowing into
President David Starr Jordan, of
speech yesterday declared that rio
Nino hundred and thirtynino indict
Standard Oil Company. A. findlng.of
Standard Oil liable to possible fines
An earthquake has interfe're'd with'
is plunged in darkness.
of Switzerland, the population being
William Jennings Bryan figured in a
sleigh being upsot. Ho was thrown