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THE MAUI NEWS-
SAT UH DAY, APRIL
A wireless message was received
in Wailuku Friday iiioniln to llic
effect that an administration hill
had heen Introduced in the Legis
lature asking for a re appropria.
lion of the loan fund not yet ex
pended and that $14,000 was in
cluded for a courthouse in Wailuku.
Four years ago $33,000 was ap
propriated for a courthouse hut
was allowed to lapse by the Gov
crnor. An appropriation of $25,
000 for the same purpose was made
two years ago but as yet has not
The measure now proposed prob
ably means another nop to the
Maul members that they may be
induced to pass largo sums Tor
Honolulu and then the Governor
will let even this small amount
lapse while the items for Honolulu
will be expended.
The Improvement Association
met and ttiod solid for the ex
pcnditere of the $25,000 as was
appropriated by the last legisla
ture and ask for a joint resolution
from the leftislature for the ex
penditure of the amount formerly
appropriated and now available.
. The Arizonan arrived in port at
Kahului Tuesday. She will take
away a large shipment of sugar.
The Kahului Railroad Co. has re
paired the old wharf and is using it
to load and unlcad the freight from
the island steamers. This makes
much quicker delivery of freight and
is an improven-eot that is appreciat
ed by the shippers on the island.
The large new warehouse being
erected by the Kahuiui Railroad Com
pany is about completed. It issitunt
ed just back ol the Kahului Store and
will in the near future be used in con
nection with the stole.
The Knights of Pythias will hold
their regular meeting tonight.
The old school house in town his
been torn down and much of the lun
We call the attention of all Inter
esting oorlies to the result of the
votes cast in the Progress Stores
contest. And want you to notice
that there's a new name on the list
and that lie's not lost either. NulT
LP COUNTRY NOTES.
Last Friday evening, the 5th, a
most pleasant L'ttet ary" took place
at the residence of Mr. aud Mrs. D.
B. Murdock of Paia. There were
present a large number of people
from Taia, Hamakuapoko, Haiku,
Puunene, and other placej.
The following program proved most
Piano Duet Misses Sabuy and
"Love's Old Sweet Song Mr. II.
A Lecture on Chom'stry Mr. J.
Last Night at the Opera" with
musical accompaniment, a selection
from "II Travatore. By Mr. C. G.
White, Miss Ormerod playing the
Vocal Solo Miss Ormerod
'After the entertainment there was
Last "f turday afternoon the . Ma
kawao Polo Club played the first
practice game of the season on the
Paia grounds. The score was Reds,
7; Blues, 2.
On Mcnday, a crater party com
sisting of Dr. and Mrs. Deas and two
children, the Misses Anderson of
liana, Mrs. A. Deas of Honolulu and
Dr. G. S. Aiken started for Halca-
kala via Kaupo Gap.
The extremely cool weather is re
tarding the corn and potato crops of
Makuwao and Kula.
Attorney M. F. Milvertcn was in
Wailuku this week conductin.? the
Territory's side of the case against
R. II. Hitchcock and Otto Meyers cf
Moiokai. The case was a suit for
rent alledged to be due.
Tim Lvons was in town this weeli
attending court as a w itness.
J W. A. Yeats of the Honokohau
Fred T. 1'. Watet house, who ill'
trortuecd c.isli Registera in these is
lend? and was the first aircnt. of the
National Cash Register Co., here lias
been offered anil has accepted their
agency for the Territory of Hawaii
succeeding the Hawaiian Office
Sp"cialty Co. The commission de
partment of The Waturhnise Co. of
which Mr. Harold Haysflden 's the
maunder, will act a.-', the scllnu?
agents and will carry a large stork
Ex-Sheriff A. M. Brown of Hone
lulu is in town this week.
Dr. Frear, the dentist, is expected
cn Maui today whprehemaybc found
at the Maui Hotel. He was detained
in Honolulu by patients from Kauai
who went purposely to Honolulu to
see h'm which accounts for the delay
in the Doctor reaching Maui.
S. X. Williams has accepted a
position in the Muni Hotel as mixolo
gist. Tie will take charge of thf bar
Dr. J. II. Raymond was a passen
ger to Honolulu this week.
'. A. Mayfield, manager of the
Maui Hotel, wpnt to Honolulu this
week to join the Order of Elks. He
ill doubtless be questioned thorough
by a number of prospective rncrn
F. Hons, W. S. Mountcnstle, and
A. Lloyd of Kahului returned
Tuesday evening from Honolulu
where they werj called as witnesses
before the Federal Grand jury in con
nection with the Dillon embezzlement
D. L. Meyer inulD. H. Davis were
ubpocnaed to appear before the
Federal Grind Jury in the Dillon
lse. They returned Tuesday even
Mrs. MfCann will have charge 'of
the Muul Flote! during the absence of
F. A. Mayfield. Slice? peels to leave
for the coast ncct, week.
George O. Cooper, bookkeeper of
the Kaeleku Sugar Co at. Banc was
a passenger lo Honolulu tins ween
where he will appear before the
Federal Grand Jury as a witness in
the case against the parties charged
with counterfeit tni'.
F. Witt rock, the Deputy Sheriff of
flana w-'iit to Honolulu Ihis week.
Nelson Lansing is cow purser on
the Arizonan and is to be seen in Ka
hulul this week.
W. W. Hall of Honolulu was on
Maui this week and made a visit to
Nahiku to inspect the rubber' plan
tations there in which he is interest
ed. He and Mrs. Hall are quests of
Rev. R. 15. Dodge.
Dr. F. A. St. Sure has decided to
locate permanently in Wailuku. The
Doctor has opened offices in the
First National Bank building and
will begin active piactice on the 15th
A farewell dance in honor of Mrs.
Prescott was given by Mr. and Mrs.
Moody last Saturday evening at the
Star Planing Mill in Kahului. The
ance was au entire success, every
one eu joying a very pleasant evening
The needs of Kahului.
The Lpgislature now in session has
reduc ed the salary of the pilot at Ka
hului bud placed it on the same basis
as the salary of the pilot at Ililo on
the supposition that the two have
the same amount of work to perform
and tin? same responsibilities placed
upou them. If this were true no ob
iection could be made to the schedule
but as it is not the case the Legislai
ture is being criticised for their ac
tions in the matter.
The amount of shipping done
through Kahului harbor is many
thousands of dollars in value ahead
of the shipping from the harbor of
the big island. Until the breakwater
is completed and the dredging done
the very large ships are much safer
in cae of a storm in ililo than in the
harbor here and as a consequence
the pi'Ot of the harbor at Kahului
frequently required to stay out ui
night while iu Hilo nuch is uot the
case, i ne salary iormeriy paut was
200. per month and should be not
less than that amount now. A gcxid
pilot is necessary as the loss of any
one of toe large Mii'S and cargo
there would entail the loss of not loss
than $2,000,000 and the damage, to
shipping would fur out weigh the
paltry sum sought to be saved by
RliJ'ORT OK THE CONDITION Ol5
the Kiildwin Ntiiion:il Bonk of Kn
hiiUii. nt K iliiilni In the Ti-r. of
Iltiwitll, nt the close of liiisiness.
Mnrch 22, 10O7.
Loans and Discount
Overdrafts, secured and
U. S. Bonds to "secure
Premiums on U. S. Bonds
BiiihU, securities, etc.
B. inking house, furniture
Due from National Banks
(no reserve agents)
Due from State Banks
Checks i! ml other Cash
Nolcs of other National
Fractional paper currency
nickels, and cents
IS, (Mil) 00
Specie SlS.iiOS 00
Redemption fund with
U. S. Treasurer 5
Total 120,221 S2
Capita! stock paid in 50,000 00
National Bank notes
outstanding 11.250 00
ndividual deposits subject
to check i:),SS7 05
Demand certificates of
deposit l,:!5(l Oil
Time certificates of
deposit 10,515 57
Casl.irr's cheek out- '
staiu'iiig 101 (III
tnl 120 221 S2
IV r. o! Hawaii, County of Maui, ss:
I, 1). C. Lindsay, Cashier of the
ihovenaiii' d hank, do solemnly swear
thai the al'ove statement is true to
the lct of my knowledge and belief.
D. C. LTNDSAY.
J. N. S. WILLI A MS )
II. A. BALDWIN Directors
J. P. COOKE )
Subscribed and sworn to he fere me
this 11th day of A ril, 1007.
W. O. AIKEN,
IN TH E CIRCUIT COURT OF Til E
SECOND CIRCUIT TERRITORY
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
IOKAMA KEKUA, late of Wailuku,
Maui, deceased, before Judge A. . N.
Order of notice of petition for
allowance of final accounts and dis
charge in this estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of JOS. F. WELCH,
Executor of the Last WILL of loka-
ma Kekua, late of Wailuku, Maui,
deceased, wherein he asks to be
allowed $201.00 and he charges him
self with $204.00, and asks that the
same may be examined and approv
ed, and that a final order may be
rjado of Distribution of the property
remaining in his hands to the persons
thereto entitled, aid discharging
him and his sureties from all fi rther
responsibility as such Executor:
It is Ordered, that Monday, the
22nd day of April, A. D. 1007, at 10
o'clock A. M. before the Judge of
said Court at the Court Room of the
said Court at Wailuku, Island of
Maui, be and the same hereby is ap
pointed as the time and place for
hearing said Petition and Accounts,
and that all persons interested may
then and there appear and show
cause, il any inoy nave, wuy uie
tame should not be granted, and may
present evidence as to Vh are en
titled to the sail property. And
that notice of this Order, in the
Engli-!i language, be published in
the "MAUI News," a weekly news
paper printed and published '.a Wai
luku, for three successive weeks, the
last publication to be not less than
two weeks previous to the lime
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 12th
day of March, 11)07.
(Sd) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(SEAL) (Sd) En.MCSii II. IIaut,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
March 10, 2:5, HO and April G, ILi.
run WIT! IPC 1 ;DT
jrcuAL run heai
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JSave You Seen
Rce-nn Sk Krillinnt ?
We have the exclusive sale of this
class, dainty fabric.
Come and see it to-day.
Just what you'll want for nice wear,
for the little girl's party dress.
It a dainty, mull like si!k-itli
touch cf cotton in the weave to
s'reugtli but yo,. would') t Uno,v
didn't lei! von. "
It looks likfe a fith-ie that- ought
for a dollar, but the price
5()c. a Yard
GROCERY DEPT. SPECIALS FOR NEXT WEEK.
Libby's Unjrlish lirawn, 2 lb. tins .'20
Armour's Lamb's Tongue 1 lb. tin .25
Armour's Corned L5i:if Hash 1 lb. tin .15
Armour's Pig's Foot 1 lb. tin .15
m Armour's Vienna S.u;saje, 21b. tins .20
Heinz Pearl Onions, per bottle, .35
' Imported French Peas, 3 cans for .50
Have vou seen our a
Roger & Uall'el, Kirk ov Co.,
Violet do Panne Soap,
La Iris Plum:
GOLD MEDAL NOW ON
U can shave
in n n o v h v 1 M.
1 ' fet,
using tne j
EVER READY I
aiulsoiiieand useful seven
Golden Oak iinisli ?cd
Het, consisting' of:
! Bureau, see cut,
I Wash Stand to match,
1 Table, 24in, top, to match,
2 Chairs, to match,
1 J.L7ViVWI ,
3 Wooden Bed, to match, or
I !ron Bedstead, if preferred.
The greatest bargain we have
ever offered in this line.
PRICE ONLY $30.00.
1 II III
11 il we
Hu tment of Toilet Soaps of
Pear's, Andrew .Terpens &
! Sanitol llygenie
I Plain (ilyciiiiiie
I Witch Hazel
; Pear's Glycerine
Pocket Knives on hand at special prices.
Store vvitii the Little Prices.
ami v A Aft
Style and wear conibino their
forces to make "The Silk That
Lasts" which we are selling by
It's superb style, soft, lustrous,
of superb draping quality, and
will outwear silks thrice the price.
(e. a yard; 22 inches wide.
Just opened a shipment of cot
ton prints of splendid patterns
which were bought before the great
advances in cotton fabrics. While
they last our price will bo
20 yards for $1.00.
the well-known makers, such as
Co., Colgate & Co., Ilickseckers,
Peau d'Espagno "
White Hose Glycerine Soap
assortment of Stiletto Scissors
school was in town this week.