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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1907
IS FERA1ENTED IN GLASS-ENAMELED VATS.
After tho process of fermentation it is In gored (aged) from
four to five months in Glas-Linod Steel Tanks, from whicli it is
tlrnwn into bottles.
THUS IT IS IN GLASS
FROM KETTLE TO LIP
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own, which accounts for the sale of
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Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
OUR GOODS ARE RIGHT
OUR SERVICE IS RIGHT
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
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The Lahaina National Bank
Chas. M. Cooke, Trcs. C. D. I.ufkin, Cashier Win. Helming, Vice-Pros.
R. A. Wtulswortli, Director W. I,. Decoto, Director
FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT CLOSE OF 1JUSINHSS, DEC. 31, 1906
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts.... 29,446.64
Cash and Exchanges 6,340,56
U. S. Bonds 6,250.00
Other ltonds (Quickly con
Premium on U. S. Bonds 220.00
Furniture and Fixtures 1,142.14
Five Per Cent. Fund 312-50
Capital Stock 25,000.00
Undivided Profits 2.54
Due to Banks 5M.4
f 54.773. I"
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, )
COUNTY OF MAUI (
T. C. D. Lufkin. Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
nlxjve statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN', Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4U1 day of January, 1907.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
Tcnclier Dcmnml Justice.
The Teachers Associativa 'in con
vention unanimously adopted the fob
1 nvinij sot of resolutions at their an
nual meeting in Wniluku.
IV) tho Honorable the Legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii.
V'HEREAS, Tin ce years ago the
salaries of tho teachers of the Torri-
twy of Hawni worn reduced twenty
per cent; and,
WHEREAS, Tins reduction was
slated at the time by the authori
ties to bo only temporary; and,
WHEREAS, The salaries at pre-
ent tiro, in the majority of cases,
loss tuan the necessary expenses of
WHEREAS, This Territory makes
no provision whatever for the sup
port of its teachers who become in
capacitated through sickness, ac
cidetit or length of service; and,
WHEREAS, In many cases tho
touchers must furi.ish their pupils
with medical supplies as well as with
materials for supplementary study;
WHEREAS, The isolation of the
position of very many of the teachers
is such as to necessitate the expendi
tun- of considerable sums for travel;
WHEREAS, The puilic emphuti
rally demand that touchers shall con
form to a respectable standard of
dress, society and living, which
standard cannot bo attained upon
the present diminished scale of the
teachers' salaries; and,
WHEREAS, In comparison with
the salaries of corresponding post
lions on the mainland, our salaries
were too low, even before the redue
WHEREAS, Many of the most.
capable teachers ot Hawaii uro leavi
ing the profession or the Territory
through inability to subsist in the
inadequate salaries now paid; and,
WHEREAS, Satisfactory service
in the important work of education
in this Territoiy can bo expected on
ly from teachers properly qualified
and adequately paid; Therefore be it
RESOLVED, That wc , the leach
ers of the County of Maui, in our rc
gular annual convention assembled
do, as votors and citizens of this Tor
ritorv, hereby demand that tho
Legislature fulfil the ante oloclion
pledges of the seveial party plat
forms on which its members wo
elected, try appropriating sufficient
First, To restore tho teachers'
salaries to ihe figure at which they
stcod prior to tho reduction; and,
Second, To provide for the in
creates in salaries as scheduled by
the regulations of the Dapartment of
Public Instruction; and,
Thitd, To provide for the propo
increase of those salaries which were
absurdly inadequate even prior to
the reduction, especially tho salaries
of those bravt- and ambitious young
teachers, who, in most undesirable
locations a d most difficult circum
stances have st-ugglod on, trusting
to the promise of the legislature Urn
they should have justice as soon as
the tinai.eial :ondition of the Territory
RESOLVED, That, we strongly
deprecate tho language used by som
members of the Legislature, referr
ing to some old and faithful teacher
as ' fussy old maids" etc., as belittlin
the influence nf teachers generally
and diminishing the proper tvgar
in which tho teachers and their work
ought, to bo held.
1 8 ASTER PROOF!
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE '
INSURANCE COc of California
resents the following statement of its affairs as of December 31st,
1906, to its Policyholders, with congratulations upon
its magnificent showing:
Premiums Life and Accident Dopts. $1,33:1.121. 13
Interests and Rents 45)3,105.17
Other Sources (including ledger assets
received from Conservative Life
for assuming risks) '2,285.81)5 02
$ 7,117,011 02
Death and Indemnity Claims, Matured
Policies, Annuities and Surrendered
Policies ? J,IGS,(i(iS.S:5
Dividends Policyholders 2-10,010.11
Expanses, including Commissions on
New and Renewal Premiums. . . . l,2(!S,2(i!).21
Expenses, including Commissions
and Brokci age on Premiums. . . . 2!5,f47.!)(!
Ml other Disbursements, both Dopts. 142,4(15.72
Excess Income over Disbursements. . 3,090,014.0!)
. 7,117,011.02 J
INSURANCE IN- FORCE,
H. E. Picker,
, Business liusiness
J Assets Income Written in Force
r Life Dept. Life Dept.
1900 5 4,112,116 J i,534,6S7 $ 10,222,966 27,151,612
1902 5,638.805 2,277,360 14,208,76s 40,842,563
I94 7,413.53s 2,973,317 19,575ISS 57.700,202
1906 12,721,564 7,117,012 25,801,241 97,069,420
Loans on Real Estate -1st Mortgage? 2,872,973.80
Loans to Policyholders 1,G0G,523.05
Loans on Approved Collaterals 320,900.00
Bonds and Stocks owned 5,492,495.99
Real Estate owned, including Com
pany's Home Office properties in
San Francisco and Los Angeles... 1.120,297.87
Next Outstanding and Deferred Premiums-Life
Dopa tmcnt (R'orve
Charged in Liabilities) 499,0IS.10
Inierostand Rents Duo and Accrued 121,957 27
Cash in Ranks and Office 511,312.08
All other Assets 170,025.40
Total Admitted Assets 12,721,503.08
Reserve on Policies (Computed ac
cording to legal standard) $ 10,955,145.78
Other Liabilities, including Death
Claims in Process of Adjustment.. 200,410.10
Gross Surplus, including $1000.000.00
Capital Stock and $500,001.80 unus-
signed Surplus 1,500,001.80
Total $ 12,721,5G3 08
Clinton J. Hutchins,
920 Fort St. Honolulu.
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grocers, would you get a divorce ? From the other grocer
give us a trial order. We would be "De-lighted" to convince you that we
are headquarters for "best things" at a saving in price "worth while".
Hawaiian Taro Flour, 25cj; pkg. for lotb,
Graham, Buckwheat and Rye Flour.
Goldon Gate, "C" Best, Olympic Flour.
'Oatmeal in bags, white and yellow Corn
Assorted in 2 lb. and 5 lb, tins, Nic
Nacs, Palace Mixed, Fig Bars, Snow
Flakes, Dainty Chips, Saline Wafers,
Vanilla, Lemon, Strawberry, Ginger, Zu
Zu, Animal, otc, in packages. Honolulu
Soda Crackers and Sajoon Pilot.
To Arrive per Str. Claudine:
Celery and Caulillower,
California and Eastern Oysters in tins,
Swiss, California Cream and
Smoked Herrings, Smoked Bloators,
Oranges and Apples,
Dried Prunes, Apricots and Apples,
Nuts and Raisins, Chestnuts, otc,
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO'S
WASHINGTON, March 17 President Roosevelt has appointed a
commission to devise a plan to Improve transportation.
SAARLOUIS, Prussia, March 10, Twenty two miners wero killed
hero today by the breaking of a cable shaft in tho Gerhard coal mines,
precipitating the helpless men to their death.
SAN SALVADOR, March 115. Tho Honduran forces have defeated a
force of 3000 Nicaroguans.
Mrs. Bailey and Miss Ale under
both of Honolulu wore visiting Mrs.
J. N S Wil tarn's Inst woi k.
Mi's. Geo. Koonoy is spending tho
week with Mrs. Miloi.cy at Lahaiua.
Mrs. W. Wcscoal t returned from
Honolulu hut Saturday.
Tin- inf ml child of Mr. and Mrs. .1.
S. Wedoiros d'n d last work from
pm L.inmil.i which f !'nwod an attack
Mer.sr Claik and Jordan of tho
Experimental Station in Honolulu
are staying here this week.
The semi-finals and finals of the
Tennis Tournum3nt for the cup pre
sontod by Mrs. J. N. S. Williams
wore played on the Courts last Sat
Tho contest commenced between
F. F. Baldwin vs. Geo. Henderson
which ended in favor of Geo. IlPtuU-r
son and W. Walsh vs. H. E. Savago
which ended in favor of II. E. Savage,
thus tho final match laid bolwecn
theso two winuers.
The Pioneer Store
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Mr. H. E. Savage n riled off tin !
trophy winning two sets mil. of three
with tho f jIIoh ing score.
Firstt sot favor Henderscn 0- 2.
Second " " Savage (i -2.
Third " " Savago 0-1.
The postponed ino.UI.ly meeting of
the Puununo Athletic Abscchtinu
was held last Monday evening. C.
Heosen and E. Dunn were voted in as
members and Miss Violot McKeo
proposed for membership.
PLATES . . .
Empty Paint Pots suitable
Flower Pots for sulo by J.
HARRIS, the Paiutor.Jvahului.
ISOCIIItOMATIC AND ORDINARY.
These- plates and our famous Hammer Plates nre a com
bination which pleases. Somo of our customers prefer one,
some tho other; all prefer ono or the other.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.