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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1907
IS FERMENTED IN GLASS-ENAMELBD VATS.
After the process of fermentation it is lugered (aged) from
four to five months in Glass-Lined Steel Tanks, from which it is
drawn into bottles.
THUS IT IS IN GLASS
FROAl KETTLE TO LIP
The result is an exquisite tastn and flavor, distinctively its
own, which accounts for the sale of
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Exceeding that of all other bottled beers.
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Beers, Ales, Wines
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The Lahaina National Bank
Chns. M. Cooke, l'rcs. C. D. I.ufkiu, Cashier Win. Hcuning, Vice-l'rcs.
R. A. Wndsworth, Director W. I. Decolo, Director
FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT CLOSK or IJUSINESS, DI5C. 31, 1906
RESOURCES I UAMMTIKS
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts.... 29,446.64
Cash and Exchanges 6,340.56
U. S. Bonds 6,250.00
Other Bonds (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 514.40
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
COUNTY OF MAUI
I, C. D. I.ufkin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. I.UFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of January, 1907.
JAS. N. K. KEOI.A,
Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit,
KAHULUI RAILROAD GO'S
SAN ANTONIO, Tex., March 23. -Major Penrose hns been acquitted
by a court-martial of the charges made against him In connection with the
conduct of his troops at Urowusville.
NEW ORLEANS, La., March 23. In the Derby, tho $10,000 stake
was won by Montgomery, Temaceo second and Gargantua third.
A Motion of MIbs CluiHottc
A very enjoyable dance was given
on oaturday evening in Kahului by
Mr. and Mrs. Horn and some mem
bers of the Kahului Club House in
honor of Miss Charlotte Baldwin who
.shortly leaves for a visit to Japan.
The guests assembled at the pretty
beach residence of the Bonis and
(lanced until 12 p. m. when all ad
journcd to the Kahului Club House
where delicious refreshments wore
served and an impromptu musical
program rendered. Mersers H. A.
Rice, and J. B. Thomson made a
great hit witji their Scotch songs.
These gentlemen arc quite talented
and work well as a team cheerfully
responding to many encores.
Mr. Ernest Horn, though a trifle
nervous was delicicnsly funny in his
impersonations of the character of
Hilly Haunce monologues etc. Mr.
Horn was ably assisted by Mr. Horace
Ondudonk a valuable acquisition to
the talent of Kahului. As a, team they
remind us very much of the celebrated
Weber and Field of New York they
are st different.
The ladies were very prettily
j'rowned in honor of t lie occasion.
Mrs. Prank Baldwin was hand
somely attired in an imported gown
of white. Mousseline de Sol over white
Miss Charlotte Baldwin was as
usual exquisitely dainty in white
Mrs. George A. Ordway was regal
in a tnanderin j ellow mausseliiie.de
Sui over mignonette green silk.
Miss Violet McKco was radiant in
Mrs. Born, is a charming hostess
and looked lovely in pink organdie.
Death of II. d. Noltc.
A wireless received Thursday from
Honolulu announced the death of
Heinrieh Julius, Noltc, the well known
proprietor of the Beaver Lunch
Rooms, Honolulu, at his home in Wai
kiki on Wednesday at 0:30 a. m..
Deceased was bor n in Germany and
was 74 years of age. He camo to
these island many years ago.
His funeral look place on the fol
lowing day from the Masonic Temple,
of which order he was a member.
Burncy Joy In Feisco.
Harney Joy, the eegerly awaited
Honolulan, hove in port yesterday.
He will leave today for Bukerslield,
where he will go into training for the
coming soa.5011 with the Seals.
There has been so much said of Joy
that he ought to be a card for a while
anyway, irrespective of his playing,
abilities. Those same playing abilities
are, of course, virtually an unknown
quantitj, so far as organized baseball
is concerned. In other words, it is up
to Joy to show what he can do, and
the fans will suspend judgment
until ho has had his trial.
Joy is a big, husky fel'ow, looking
somewhat like Jeffries, but more like
tho late lamented Mike Railey of Tono
pah. It is said that he has speed; it
can bo seen at a glance that if he can
find tho ball ho ought to have force.
He looks as though lie could rap out
at least two home runs per week.
That is more than will be expected
of him, but at the same tunc any one
who lakes a peep at him should be
willing to say that he is capable of
Joy wa-, born in Hawaii, and lias
never before been out of the islands.
"It's my lirst trip to the mainland,"
he said. "1 have played ball for six
years, but never yet :n so fast com
pany. I am hero to do the best I can,
and I hope that I will be satisfic
Tho inanagr incut hopes so, too, and
so do the fans. It would be unfair to
Joy 10 expect too much ah at once,
and no right thinking fan will do him
tlia' injustice. If he plays good, eon
sisti'nt bull and keeps his end up with
the rest uf the team, lie will muko
plenty of friends. He needn't worry
Joy created quite a stir on Fillmore
stieet when he drifted down thai
busy thoroughfare, with a very ex
pensive leather bat bag in his hand.
On it were iuscribed in largo black
letters the initials: "F. B. J." The
"F"staids for Frank, which ,s Bar
ney's first name.
The management of tho club is
thinking of pitching Joy tho first day.
A bunch of Hawaiian ,lmusikors" will
bo there to help out the atmosphere
willi tliic aloha melodies. Examiner.
This partnership heretofore exist
lug between the Maui Dry Goods &
Grocery Co. and Geo. B. Sehrnder
has been dissolved by mutual consent
and the Walluku Cash Store will,
from Apr. 1, 11107, bo owned nnd
managed by the undersigned who
respectfully solicits your p ilronnge.
GEO.. B. SCIIRADER.
To Alnl.e Sutulny Low More
25th day Afternoon Session.
Tho House reconvened at 2 p. m.
yesterday and listened to the reading
of a communication of tho Depart
ment of Public Works, answering the
resolution introduced by Kaluna re
lative to the water works. Referred
to the sperial committee 011 the Nuu
aim dam. The communication con.
tatned tho following interesting
The amount spent, according to the
books ol the Department, for per
maiientiinprovenir'iits is $1,013,200.
84. The figures, up to December 31,
1J)0I, were taken from the commis
sion sent from Washington to gather
The books show the following:
One year to June 30, 1003. .$10,087.15
One year to June 30, 1004.. 57,0G0.05
OncyeartoJuue30, 1!)0.).., 5S.859.81
One year to June 30, 100(1.. (14,275.00
The money reserved for permanent
improvements to the Honolulu Wo tor
Works system on uncompleted con
tracts is $118,104 40.
Rice for the Finance Committee
reported 00 Senate Bill 50, introduc
ed by Senator Cliillingworlh, prov'ul
nig for refunding bonded indebtedness
of the Territory, and recommended
the passage of the Act.
Clerk Savidge of tho Senate inform
ed the House that the following bills
had passed third reading in the
Senate. Tiie bills yesterday ) ase
first readi g in the House.
Senate Hill 40, establishing the
rights of inn keepers and like persons
with respect to baggage and pro
perty of guests, in t reduced by Sen
atoi Smith. .
Senate Bill 07, making the English
language the medium and basis of in
struction in all uublic and private
schools within tho Territory.
Senate Bill 0G, making all schools
established and maintained by the
department in accordance witli law,
Sena to Bill 70, making special ap
proprialious for the use of the De
partment of Public Work's and bli
the Bureau of Agriculture and For
House Bill 119, introduced by Ka
luna, making the Territory pay to a
deputy who works on a salary a 5 per
cent commission on all persona! taxes,
was reported on with reeominen-
datio.i by the Finance Committee
thet the bill pass with amendments.
House Bill 135, prolonging for 0110
year tho charging of interest 011
taves that have become delinquent,
was on recommendation of committee
indefinitely postponed. Adopted.
SUNDAY LAW AMENDMENT.
Kaluna Introduced a resolution to
amend Ac' 15 ot the Session Laws of
1905, regulating the observance of
Sunday, prohibiting the sale of fruit,
tobacco, ice cream, ckorsor soda
water in stores or shops dealing in
other merchandise. The second
"This Act shall not be construed
as permitting the conducting of any
show, tnealre, circus or entertain
ment an. Sunday to pay, or to which
an admission chnrgo'ts made." Pass
cd first rcad'ng and was referred, to
the Printing Committee.
A Joint Resolution was presented
by Hughes, renniring that acomiris
sion, consisting rf two members of
tho Senate, to be appointed by the
President of the Senate and th'ee
members of the Hqusc, to be appoint
ed by the Speaker, examine into the
ownership condition and manginient
of all wharves and landings in the
Territory and report to the next
Legislature the result of their ex
amination, together with such recom
mendations as they saw proper for
the improvements thereof.
The House adjourned at 2:30 p. 111.
Immediately after the adjournment
of tno House yesterday afternoon,
the various committees met to dis
cuss matters that properly come, un
der their jurisdiction,
President Piiikliam was before the
Health Committee discussing tho ad
visability of bringing tho insane asy
lum under a Board of Commissioners
consisting of three members.
Judge Perry, who was also ono.ol
the attendants before the same com
mittee, did tho drawing up of thai,
measure, and was frequently interro
gated by the committee relative, to
tho bill.' It was reported by those
who are Interested in the matter
that the committee will report on
the result of its consultation befoio
the measure is brought to the atten
tion ol the Logl lature
Wo sell California and Hawaiian
Fruits and Vegetables. General Mer
chandise and Fancy Dress Goods.
Hats and Shoes. Give us a call.
WAI KBE COMPANY,
AH LEONG, Manager.
N.'xt door to Maui Meat Market
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Do not expect tho best work from the horse that is
worn out lighting llics,
Do not expect your cows to give the largest possible
yield of milk if they arc not permitted to feed in peace
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WAILUKU CASH STORE.
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Hawaiian Taro Flour, 25$ pkg. for 15$,
Graham, Buckwheat and Rye Flour.
Golden Gate, "C" Best, Olympic Flour.
Oatmeal in bags, white and yellow Corn
Assorted in 2 lb. and 5 lb, tins, Nio
Nacs, Palace Mixed, Fig Burs, Snow
Flakes, Dainty Chips, Saline Wafors,
Vanilla, Lemon, Strawberry, Ginger, Zu
Zu, Animal, etc., in packages. Honolulu
Soda Crackers and Saloon Pilot.
To Arrive per Str. Claudine:
Colory and Cauliflower,
California and Eastern Oysters in timf,
Swiss, California Cream and
Smoked Herrings, Smoked Bloaters,
Oranges and Apples,
Dried Prunos, Apricots and Apples,
Nuts and Raisins, Chestnuts, etc,
A. ENOS, The Pioneer Store