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SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1907
To Uncle Joe Cniinon.
The merchant has his resting tune,
The lawyer turns from pleas,
The parson hits vacations,
And tho toiler 1ms his wise;
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE
INSURANCE CO. of California
The clerk has timu for leisure,
The doctor's hours may crawl,
Dut the man who Is a "knocker"
He never rests at all 1
THE MAUI NEWS-
H. Hackfekl & Co., Ltd.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BRBWBRY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
Chne. M. Cooke, Pres. C. D. Lufkin,
R. A. Wndsworth, Director
FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT CLOSF. OF HUSINESS, DKC. 31, 1906
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts.... 29,446.64
Cash and Exchanges 6,340.56
U. S. Bonds 6,250.00
Other llonds (Quickly con
Premium on U. S. Bonds 220.00
Furniture and Fixtures 1,142.14
Five Per Cent. Fund $12.50
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, ) g
COUNTY OF MAUI (
' I, C. D. Lulkin, Cashier of the above
above statement is true to the best ot my Knowledge nun nenei.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of January, 1907.
TAS. N. K. KEOLA,
KAHULU1 RAILROAD CO'S
The WAILUKU CASH STORE
Our Dry Goods Department contains a choice
selection of Batiste, Cambric, White Dross Goods,
Ginghams, Linons, Sateen, Satin and Silks, Muslins,
Figured Prints, Organdies, Ladies and Children's
Undorwoar, Toilot Articles.
Wo are pro-pared to do everything from hem
ming sheets and pillow cases for batcholors to male
g wedding drosses.
Our Grocory Department contains an oxcollont
no of Grocorios, both staple and fancy.
' Reliance and Gordon Shirts, Hats and Caps,
hoes, Ilardwaro Etc., Etc.
Cashier Win. Helming, Vice-l'rcs,
V. h. Decoto, Director
Due to Banks ,
t 54.773. 6
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit,
39 Acetyline Gas
Gun Club Groundnut WaiUnpu.
The proprietor of the Maui Hotel
has sot, apart excellent grounds for
he use of tho Wailuku Gun Club, a
lit has been dug anil an embankment
thl'own up and tho three traps set
and a circular platform erected fo
tho use of the party shooting. The
grounds arc situated just above the
Maul Hotel annex at Waikapu, the
old Coniwell homestead ftnd possess
many advantages over other grotiods
on the island.
The club mot at the grounds last
Sunday as" tho guests ot the Maui
Hotel and after- tho shooting were
entortained at a luncheon furnished
by tho hotel.
The annex" is now ready for bust
ness and as the climate is quite cool
and the view a commanding one It is
safe to say that tho place will at
tract many persons who desire
chango of climate and a rest.
The gunclub will meet regularly
there and develop the skill that some
of the members give promiso of.
U. S. Engineers arc Rctidy.
Honolulu harbor's new front rang
light, to bo erected at a cost of $30,
000, not far from the present light
hou-e and further out and more i
the direction of Ewa, will be started
within a few days, within a couple 0
weeks at the latest. All that delay
the beginning of construction is the
absence of cement of tho kind reqiu
red for a careful job.
The commencement of this work
will bo the signal for the beginnii.
of great operations in this Territory,
under the department of United
States engineers, at the head
which is Captain Otwell.
The building of the Hilo break
water, the erection of the Makapuu
lighthouse, the widening of the chan
nel of Honolulu harbor, involving tho
removal of the spit of and upon
which the present .lighthouse stands
in this harbor, and the work of forti
fying this is and will be under way
though all may not start as soon,
the time that the Honolulu rang
light ediuce is in course of construe
Captain Otwell, 'in chargti of th
United States engineers here, when
seen, stated that all these
great works of improvement and
fortification would he constructed
contemporaneously, though he would
not state when the various operations
would be begun, beyond assorting
that the Honolulu range light would
be started probably within a coupl
of weeks and that cement was
waited for this purpose.
T. 0 Honolulu range light will take
from nine months to a year 'to build
The work will be done enlirel
local labor and contract.
This light, before described, wi
add greatly to the beauty of Ilonolu
lu harbor and when ttie spit upon
which the present lighthouse stands,
is removed, the largest vestels will
be able to turn to go out without th;
aid of tugs.
In regard to fortifications, Cup
tain Otwell, who is in charge will fay
nothing bevond that above recorded,
but. everything is ready to receive
the material to make Oahu a well for
tided island and the work of fortifi
cation, together with tho other great
improvements mentioned, will mean
the expenditure of more monoy than
would bo coming the Territory if it
hud been given seventy live per cent
refund of its Federal revenue for a
year. Hut recently The Star ex
clusively nnnouneed the preparations
for Diamond Head fortifications.
During this busy season and pend
ing the construction of a light-house
tender for theso waters, a vessel
may bo sent hero from tho Sound to
act as a light house tender. Star.
Presentation to Mr. Filler.
Last Wednesday noon tho em
p'loyees of tho Kahului R. R. Co as
sembled in goodly numbers on tne
lawn in front of Mr, Hons' House to
wait on Mr. Filler, for 7i year
Superintendent of the Kahului Rail
road Co., to present him with soma
slight recognition of the high con
fidence and esteem with which they
have always regarded him.
presents the following
1906, to its Policyholders, with congratulations upon
its magnificent showing:
Premiums -Life and Accident Depts.
Interests and Rents ,.
Other Sources (including ledger assets
received from Conservative. Life ,
for assuming risks)
Total $ 7,117,011.02
Death and Indemnity Claims, Matured
Policies, Annuities and Surrendered
Expanses, including Commissions on
New and Renewal Premiums. . . .
Expenses, including Commissions
and Brokerage on Premiums. . . .
All other Disbursements, both Depts.
Excess Income over Disbursements. .
H. E. Picker,
Mr. Hons, one of the old employees
of the Comp.my, in making tho pre
sentation, referred to the 'pleasant
relations which had existed between
Mr. Filler and his men and expressed
their gratification in having the
opportunity or acknowledging his
many acts of kindness to them.
He was certain that every one
present had great personal regard
for Mr. Filler and in asking him to
accept a very handsome gold walch
with monogram and appropriate in
scription, as a tangible recognition
from them all he felt that it could
but inadequately convey their true
appreciation of his sterling quali
Mr. Filler who replied with
emotion said that tho utterly unex
pected and very handsome gift which
they had presented to him was such
that ho eould not si lliciently express
During tho 71 years ho had been
Suuerintcndent of tho Company they
had all served him faithfully and well
and he know that they would serve
his successor Mr. J. N. S. Williams,
with the same loyalty.
Three hearty cheers were given to
Mr. Filler who then bade all faro
DAVIS At Wailuku, Maui, on
March Gth, to tin wifo of T). H.
Dav'n, a son. Honolulu papers
HENNING At Lahuina, Maul, on
March 4th, 1907, to tho wife of
William Henning. Twins, a son and
ROUINSON At Wailuku, Maui, on
March 5th, 1907, to the wifo of W.
T, Robinson a son.
LastSaturday oveninga "Smokor"
was given for Mr. J. N. S. Williams
in the Social Hall of the Club house
by the employees on .tho Plantation
who wore directly undor his supcrin
As a token of their esteem and
annrcciatlon. ho was oresented with
a v aluable pair ot binoculars.
statement of its affairs
. . Business Business
E" 01 Assets Income Written in Force
Life Dept. Life Dept.
1900 ? 4,112,116 $ 1,534.687 510,222,966 27,151,612
io2 S.8.8 2,277,360 14,208,768 40,842,563
I94 7.413,538 2,973.317 19,575. 188 57,700,202
1906 12,721,564 7,117,012 25,801,241 97,069,420
Mr. Wm. Searby made the pro
sontation with well chosen and fitting
remarks stating tho fact that Mr.
Williamsjius by sheer foico of indef
atigable energy and study so in
formed himself on the industry of
sugar manufacture that he has be
come an authority on tho Islands,
and' that they all regretted tho feet
that ho was leaving Puunene; but
fortunately Kahului is not so far
distant, that they will still retain his
advice and profit by his experience
when in need.
Ho then on behalf of himself and
co-workors wished him evorv success
and prosperity 111 his new under
Mr. Williams replied by giving an
outline of tho growth of Puunene
fliill from the thr.o the stock was
almost valueless until tho present.
The output of the mill is now on
record and quoted amongst the su
gar producing parts of the World as
a standard as to what can be accom
plished in the Sugar industry
He did not award himself .alone
the merit of this success, but stated
it was greatly owing to tho faith and
ability of Mr. H. P. Baldwin, and the
staunch support aud faithfulness of
tho employees under his superintend
ence. In closing ho expressed ap
preciation of their esteem, stating it
was always his endeavour to treat
his equals courteously and give his
subordinates a square deal.
There were about 50 present and
several of the guests as well as the
entertainers assisted in making the
"fun" of tho evening. Mr. Murasky
was especially good In his comic
songs, Mr. W. W. Wosteoatt gave a
recitation In ins usual good form.
Songs wero well rendered by Messrs
Searby, Lougher, Thompson, Rice,
Mayfield, and Simpson with Mr. E.
Dunn us accompanist.
Mr. H. Shoemaker gave a clario
uet solo. Tho Puunene orchestra
was in attendance. At 11:30 p. m.
everyone joined in the old familiar
song "Auld Lang Syne" which
brought a very pleasant ovening to
On Sunday tho Kihei Gun Club
woro invited to Puunene to shoot
against tho Puunene Gun Club as a
farewell to Mr. and Mrs, Scott. In
as of December 31st,
Loans on Real Estato-lst Mortgage! 2,872,973.80
Loans to Policyholders 1,(10G,523.05
Loans on Approved Collaterals 32(1,900.00
Bonds aud Stocks owned 5,492,495.99
Ronl Estato owned, including Com
pany's Home Office properties in
San Francisco and Los Angeles... 1,120,297.87
Next Outstanding and Deferred Premiums-Life
Charged in Liabilities) 499,048.10
Inlerestand Rents-Due nml Accrued. 121,957 27
Cash'in Banks-rfiid Ollico 511,312.08
All othor Assets 170,025.40
Total Admitted Assets $ 12,721, 5G3.G8
Reserve on Policies (Computed ac
cording to legal standard) $ 10,955,145.78
Other Liabilities, including Death
Claims in Process of Adjustment.. 2(10,410.10
Gross Surplus, including $1000.000.00
Capitnl Stock aud $50G,001.80 unas-
signcd Surplus 1,500,001.80
Total $ 12,721,503 08
Clinton J. Hutchins,
OliO Fort St.
the first round Puunene won by a
margin of 5 points in the second
round Kihei won by a margin of 14
At 1 p. m. lunch was served 011
the spacious verandah at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kecuey.
There wero 20 present ''after forti
fyiug the inner man" Mr. Koonoy,
made a few remarks on tho fact
that everyone connected or interi
ested in the. Gun Clubs regretted
deeply that Mr. and Mrs. Scott were
leaving Maui as they wero not only
supportots but really started tho '
sport on the Island, and wished them
success and happiness in tho uew
Mr. Soott responded that ho and
his wife were the promoters of tho
Gun Clubs .11 Maui, but were also
assisted by the support given them
in Puuneno and altho thoy are goluft
away he hopes that tho interest will
still continue in Kihei and he feels
sure thoy will retain their reputa
tion as tho banner marksmen, and
on closing stated that both he an-'
his wife would always cherish
warm feeling of regard for the hos
pitable people of Puuneuo.
At tho last monthly mooting of
Puunene Athletic Association Miss
Charlotte Baldwin was unanimously
elected an associate menrler, nd
tho names of E. Dunn and C. Hansen
woro proposed for membership.
Next Saturday March 9, tho ten
nis tournament of men's singles will
commence for tho cup presented by
Mrs. J. N. S. Williams. There will
bo no handicap.
This tournament was arranged to
havo taken place New Year's day
but was postponed owing to tho
unsettled state of the weather.
Mr. E. C. Threlfall is co.iva'.oscent
at tho Puuneno Hospital but un
fdVtunately Mrs. Threlfall is now
suffering from typhoid fovor.
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