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IS FERMENTED IN GLASS-ENAMELED VATS.
After the process of fermentation it is la gored (aged) from
four to five months in Glas.--Linod Steel Tanks, from which it is
drawn into bottles.
THUS IT IS IN GLASS
' FROM KETTLE TO LIP
The result is an exquisite taste and flavor, distinctively its
own, whieh accounts for the sale of
OF BUDWBZSEB IN 1905.
Exceeding that of all other bottled boors.
I Beers, Aies
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
OUR GOODS ARE RIGHT
OUR SERVICE IS RIGHT
g OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
H We Want Your Trade and Will Do Our
Best to Hold It.
Clms. M. Cooke, Pres. C. D. Lufkin,
K. A. WartswortU, Director
FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT CLOSE OK BUSINESS, DEC. 31, 1906
RESOURCES I LIABILITIES
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts.... 29,446.64
Cash mid Exchanges 6,340.56
U. S. Bonds 6,250.00 L
Other llonus (yuickly con
Premium on U. S. Bonds 220.00
Furniture and Fixtures 1,142.14V!
Five Per Cent. Fund 3i2-S
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, ?"
COUNTY OF MAUI (
I, C. D. Lufkiu, Cashier of the above
auove statement is true to tlie oest 01 my
Subscribed and sworu to before me this
MWI.IK.nWWP.IWW.-IJIJI.WMI.M .1) . Mil IHMMHII I
MAKE YOUR OWN GAJ
The Sunlight "OMEGA" Acetylene
Generators HAVE NO EQUAL.
Wo are tho Agonts for tho "OMEGA" and will cheerfully givo
GENERATORS from 10 Its. to '300 lis.
'FIXTURES of all kinds.
COMPLETE PL VNTS properly installed.
Let us talk "GAS MACHINE'', to you and wo can convince you
that you requiro an outfit to make your homo complete.
KAHULUI RAILROAD GO'S
MERCHANDISE DEPARTMENT Sole Agents
CHICAGO, March 30. This city is oxporiencni,' the bitterest mayoral
ty campaign lu its history. - 1
& Co., "Ltd.
im manic 3
Cashier Win. Helming, Vice-Pres.
. U. Decolo, Director
Capital Stock 25,000.00
Unoyviiletl fronts 2.54
tfuc to Banks 5i4-4n
Jjqxjsitft .' 33,006.22
' 5, 54.773.16
named hank, do solemnly swear that the
knowledge and ue.net.
C. D, LUFKIN, Cntlticr.
4U1 day of January, 1917.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Notary l'ublic Sec. J ml. Circuit,
Nothing but the best of
Wull Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND RRiMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting People
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
I. Do UUCO Cr CO., Proprietor
Livery and Boarding Stables
HACKS, BUGGIES, SADDLE HORSES,
AT ALL HOUflS OF DAY OR NIGHT
Competent and Careful Drivers. Special
attention given to Tourist Parties. Skill
ful Guides to Iao Valley and Haleakala.
W.'iiluSiii Lahaina Stjie
Joe Dorego, Manager.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monument Works, Ltd
Wit..- rrneo rrrrlvcl th- Illchect Awntrt,
";..! JI.Hlal." World's l'nlr, ht. IjoiiIh, in 1.
1 w ourtt iMjonnmlcal fi'nce you can Itny. ,
Pi i.-i' ( thHu a reiiKH'tal'l wood lnc, Why
iiot rrliro our oll.utio uow v ith u cent, at-
"U,.H1- a .IFETnrB." jet
O.vr li0diiBMiiif I ton FrnM, 'jjn
oti: , down In our tutuluKutH. V
bauu An i
Honolulu, T, l-I .
Tinnitus iMakinij and Rppairiny.
Saddles Made ami Repaireil.
General Leather Work, etc,
i. A. HARRIS. Prop.
Coiitniplor unci bullclur
i'LANS aud ESTIMATKS
l'llOKR.N-O 1. KAIIULUl MAUI,
Delivered in Wailuku evcrvSntunlnv
pnd at I'aia and Ilaniakttapoko on
v eiiuesuays a; lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, EGGS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PICS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
A.. H. Landgraf
1'Roi'KiHToK KAIUJA T'AUJl.
Telephone No. 359.
KiRST CLASS TAILORING
Denier in Dry Gppffe:,
GentV FuruUhttiK Goods,
' Bats and Caps,
and a complem Itnu of shoes.
Givt? u tv Cull
CUT TO ANY LEFCTH DESIRED
Kaliiilni Harness Shop
(Continued from 1'ngc i.
and there should be a largo atten
Tho grounds havo been put in
good condition and wire netting
placed in front of the grand stand
to prevent foul balls or wild throws
from reaching the spectators.
There should bo a stop put to the
number of people that" occupy the
player's bench. They take up all
the sitting room thus forcing the
players to stand up and obstruct
tho view.of tho home-plate from
the Fpectators. Tho Directors are
to bo congratulated upon the ap
pearance of the grounds and stand
and it is to be hoped that tho sport
will 1)0 given a good start.
ASSOCIATION MEETING AT
The Semi-annual Association
meeting of the evangelical church
es of Maui, Molokni and Lanai
closed its session at the 'Paia Na
tive church last Friday afternoon.
Thirty-two of tho thirty-live church
es were represented by delegates or
sent reports. Tho Paia Foreign
church, and the Union churches (If
Kahului and Wailuku gave full
reports. I he majority of the
churches told of an increase of
membership during the last half
year and gifta to the American and
lho special addresses by tho
visiting representatives of the Ha
wauan Board together with Bible
studies conducted during tho ses
sion, and the special meetings for
young people cacn evoninn were
There were no changes made in
the pastoi'atos of the churches.
Three churches on Molokni- are ex
pocting to be supplied by two lay
men wnom me Association leeom-
mends, Messrs. J.P. Paeli to Pele
kunu and Wailau, and J. K. Ka
hoopii to tho district in tho center
of which stands the old Kalonaaha
church ltjv. D. K. Kaaiakamanu
continues his pastorate at Kipahu
lu until Juno n't which time be
may accept a call to South-Kona,
Hawaii. Rev. J. P. Inaina has
accepted the call of tho Keokca
Church, Kula, where he has been
acting as pastor for the last year.
Tho nxt meeting of tho Assso
ciation is to be held in Lahaina.
UoiMiey Joy Is Home Sick.
The San Francisco Dullctin of
March 22 says:
Breathes tlicre a man with soul so
do.id Who never to himself hath said,
"This is my own, my native land."
Some poet quoted these words in
the long ago, and never has the say
in been contradicted. Biir, yod
nalured Barney Joy, the Hawaiian
who came trom that far of! land to
gain fame aud jjlor.v on America's
shores, has the longing that conies to
all mankind, and lie wants to seo his
ololia home, far across I lie seas. To
the l)ij Kanaka the homo of Rio U-oa
and tho land of the brave has no
charms for him, and lie wants to once
more tread the sod of his people.
Then, (oo, in Hie islands of tlie Pacillc
there is a hi lie wife and two children
that long for a husband ar.d father,
and. he hears their call. Down in
L'aUersGeld the big fellow tells tho
bovs that, he has had enoii"h of the
country and i''at lie wants to go back
to his home, where the palms jrov
and the vo'cano.'s spout every even
ing. He a'.hors with the bovs and
talks of tho beauties of his homo and
how he wants to sou those that aro
dear lo him. lie said y.'sterday: "I
ctin.'t stay hero ami do justice to my
ulub when my heart and mind aro
somewhere else, and if I could only
strike it rich I would speed ovc the
blua to whero tUo.se I love are and
whore my friends are. Evoryo-udv
here lias treated me as best they can,
iind I appreciate It. but somehow or
other I uaiiDot reconeilo myself to
staving here, and as soon as I can I
am going home." And with a sigh
big Barney walked away by himself
to dream of far away Honolulu and
who can blame him?
TheJt of Mule Cattst' of War.
Wasliia;ton, March 17. One mule
a mule, belonging toSenorSalgadi-
v as the chief objeot of dispute be-
tweun Nicaragua and Honduras whoa
thcyl)tJHan the quarrel which finally
endrd in the war that is threatening
the peace of all Central America, nc
cording to the official communications
exchanged by the Ministers of
Fotein Affairs lor the two republics,
copies of which eoinnmnicalions huve
beeu received in Washington.
The controversy began when Aii
L'tisto C. Uocllu. the Uonderan Min
ister for Foreign Affairs, wirt-1 a
notetoJosc D. Gomez, 'he Nieifnl
aguati Minister for Foreign Affairs
on January 2Sth, protecting m'ninst
the theft of a mule from Ireno ialga
do by thirtyfivn Nicaraguai: cavalry
men, .who where charged with enter
ing Uonduran territory. Iii reply,
Sennr Gomez tinl tho Niearauans
did not quite enter Uonduran terri
tory, although they passed near lo
Hie little loivti of Los Manos, in that
republic. The talking of the mule
was not dn'.ed, but Keunr Gomez
insisted in his letter' that Sulgado
was not a Uonduran citizen, but a
Nlcnragunu who had to leave (bat
country beeaus-' of the part lie play
ed in a revolution two years hoforc.
Consequently, Nicnrnyim uu.iulninrd
that Honduras had no right, lo Ilv lo
tho defence of Salirado's mule.
Mr. Bailey of Honolulu visited Mrs.
J. N. S. Williams this week and re
turned home per Claudhie.
Mrs. Geo. Keeney returned last
Satuiday lo her homo after visiting
for two weeks with Mrs. Moloney in
Mr. Threlfall has recovered from
hi' attack of to'phoid fever and ix able
tojie ou again. Mr. Threlfall is
still an nninate of the hospital but
Mr. R'B Chutch who resigned his
position of day engineer in the mill
on the last of March left for Honolulu
per Claudine Wednesday. Mr. W.
W. Weseoatt succeeds him and Mr.
M. Simp-ion formerly the foreman of
the .Machine shop . succeeds Mr.
Wes'c mtt on night duty.
Miss McGown visited Mrs. J. N. S.
Williams Inst week- to spend the
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily su'pplv of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Tol. IG Mukawuo
Read the Maui -News.
CYPHERS ANTIFL PEST
PROTECTS COWS AND HORSES
It is guaranteed to. prevont all winged insects from
annoying cattle and horses, One application protects
for at least 2d hours.
Do not expect tho best work from the horse that is
worn out lighting tlios,
Do not expect your cows to givo the largest,possible
yield of milk if thoy aro not permitted to feed in peace
ANTI-FLY PEST does not discolor a. white coat,
nor does it cause tho hair to become sticky.
If thoro is anything you
in stock, remember that a
necessary, wo'll to tho rest.
H ' Wo carry all tho staple groeories, as well as the
Q fancy. Dry Goods, Gout's
H We arJioaihpiartors for
I WAILUKU CASH STORE,
The GubctmHtoi'Inl Stnkds,
Run in Hawaii, November 23, 1U07
Dlglanee, 4 years. Starter, Uncle
Sam. Judge, Teddy Roosevelt.
G. R. Carter Self Esteem
W. O. Smith Prof. Osjer
A N. Kepoikai J. 0. 15.
M irk V. Robinson Square Deal
,Sei.alnr Dowsett Guess Aytiln
Senator Bishop No Tellhig
A . L. C Atkinson P. Opulnrity
fl. E. Conpir...r Blt' Lodoe
Judge Wilder... Lord NoV.oo
W. W. Hart is Lumber Tijunt
F. J. Lowrey S. Aoci'ly
J. B. Castle Conseiitptje.
G. W. Smith R. A. T. I'o.yWi -
L. A. Thurston Common Si'm 1
E.D. TemiFy M. 1. 0 return
H. P. Baldwin !lu.llli
Betting: 2 to 1 Cartel-; II k
TliU'-slou, 5 to 1 Atkinson,' i to
Robinson, 10 to 1 Coper, 10 lo
O. Smith, 100 to S Cas'le, llllljMO
Baldwin. 20 Hi 1 Tenney. .'ill toTBua
wanaltna, 50 tol Kf-p Okai, Mi
Harris and ljowiey (enupi 'ii in
liettiii"), MUM) tol the Held ure-
The Kahuhu Blacksmith Sliop is
now open anil ready for Ic.siness. A
competent man is in charge. Horse
shoeing a specially.
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