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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1907
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MnwuiJ'B Shipping Advantages
IS FERMENTED IN GLASS-ENAAIELBD VATS.
After tlio process of fermentation it is Inderal (aged; from
four to five months in Glass-Lined Ktee Tanks, from which it is
drawn into bottles.
THUS IT IS IN GLASS
FROM KETTLE TO LJP
The result is mi exquisite taste and flavor, distinctively its
own, winch accounts for the sale of
OF B D WBISER IN 1905.
Exceeding that of all other bottled beers.
The Tehuantepco Railroad crossing
Mexico is of greater Importance to
Pacllie commerce than the shippers
and importers of Hawaii and Califor
nla have begun to realize. While the
rail distance is greater than the Pa
nama road, a more bagatelle In tlio
long voyase from New York to Pa
eific ports, tho sea d!stanco is so
shortuncd on the Atlantic and Pact
He sides as to render the new com
inercial route a far more desirable
accommodation to northern Pacific
commerce than the one farther
south. The line has been in opera
tion less than four moths and before
tho year is out it is expected that
with improved schedules Honolrlu
will bo brouirht within 30 days of
New York, which will cut the Cape
Horn route out. of all consideration as
far as sfc'am traffic te nnnrernnii
nil . . . .
xue recent, purchase of two more
steamer?!, tho Maine and Missouri, by
the American-Hawaiian line, which;
by tho way, is giving the new rail
road mnsfof its freight, means in
creasad facilities for handling local
sugar and inbound merchandise.
The Tehnantenec Railroad is the
hi i . . .
!3SSe!3BmKasX3SPSfmi best equipped in Mexico. It trav
erses 100 miles, though a straight
t3ltt!MiitffCse9ti9iiiiufteeoi!ir9feBii.clf.ni....r..r- ... J,inormin Sallna Cr"z 011 tl,c Pacific,
iumnr iintniniiiiinninir luiininininininuTininin' Mk to coutzacoaicos, on the Gulf ofMex
inn. tnnn:iiioa l19fi tvi1nc T1,a
Sj; st ruction of the two harbors with the
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Haokfeld & Co.
, WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS
1 "Remember the Maine"
PLACE TO BUY
necessary breakwaters, lighthouses,
wnarves and warehouses at the east
ern and western terminals cost $7,
000,000. Tho new route is so ndvnn
ageously laid that the Panama Canal
when opened say, 10 years hence
wnl affect its business but very little.
The Pest oi Flics.
Wine & Liquor Co,
The Bystander in Sunday Adver
tiser: Dr. Cobb did a good thine the
other night when he emphasized the
relation of flies to disease and point
ed out a way to yet rid of the dan
serous pests. If everybody knew
that flies bred only in the compost
heaps which accumulate in states oi
about them, there would be few flies
to contend with. Every neighbor
nood lias tho Hies it deserves and no
mom. There are localities in Hono
lulu where the insects are abundant
others where they are never seen
SSnt mi in in in in in mi in in mi mi iii 111 mi mi 111 111 111 iii i i. Wllh tlicrn- as wlt moeqnilos, the
-rim rjsxxatxJixszzxszsuiuxinSTnaruzmspsisj&Fjmm 1 rolling, nothing Stanailt. WllCIl
the public begins to got u clear per
eeption of these facts, if it ever does
Honolulu will have a claim upon the
attention of those who seek a sani
tarv resort which, perhaps, no othei
tropic capital enjoys.
OUR GOODS ARE RIGHT
OUR SERVICE IS RIGHT
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
E: Wc Want Your Trade and Will Do Our
r a a u Af ,i Vi.
The Lahaina National Bank
Chns. M. Cooke, Pres. C. D. Lufkiu, Cashier
R. A. Wadsworth, 'Director W.
Win. Helming, Vice-l'rcs.
FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT CLOSE OP BUSINESS, DEC. 31, 1906
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts.... 29446.64
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
uiituvmeit rroius 2.54
lJue to Hanks 514.40
Fakir Wnlliich and IiJs Cruise
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
COUNTY OF MAUI
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
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C. I). LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before uiethis 4U1 da' of January, 1907.
IAS. N. K. KROLA.
Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit,
MAKE YOUR OWN GAS
The Sunlight "OMEGA" Acetylene
Generators lHAVB'NO EQUAL.
Wo aro tlio Agents for the "OMEGA" and will clieerfully give
GENERATORS from 10 Its. to 300 Us.
FIXTURES of all kinds.
COMPLETE PL NTS properly installed.
Ti. j 1 1 i 1 n ji--ti-
i-iui ub rajiv uao .uuti ii Jti to you anU wo can convince you
mat you rcquiro an out tit to inako your home complete.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO'S
MERCHANDISE DEPARTMENT Sole Agents
Attorney - General Peters this
morniiiL' sprang a surprise on worm
fakir Wallach and his rttorney Clem
mnns. AtulJuige JJe Bolt, was as
much surprised as anybo.ly else.
ivaiiacu was 10 appear for sen
tone.1 Saturday, but the motion of
his artornoy, Clennnons, for a new
trial was to bo argued first. Peters
trolled over to the court, and when
Clemmons had presented his inm
ment for a new trial, Peters took the
"round that there was no new trial
coming to Wallach anrl that, ho and
his attorney had forfeited tVeir right
to ask- for one. Thev had asked for
an arrest of sentence, and this, al
though It had been disallowed, acted
as a waiver or riuht to a now trlnl
The judge aid it wa" evident that
Mr. Clemmons had been taken by
surprise and was i.ot prepared
nrgue nr. the subject, so he would
continue the ease to Monday to allow
him to see what, he could do to knocl
out Peters contention. But. thn At
torney General wasn't a bit bothered
fie had a raft, of authorities to bacl
up his position and was apparently
confident that r.o new trial could
granted under the law, and that
Wallach must bo sentenced. Hullo.
Douohiie TfiUcn to Honolulu.
Detective Jde Leal arrived per last
Claudlne from Honolulu to take
charge of Charles Donohue, arrested
here by Sheriff SafTery at tho rrquest
of Sheriff Iaukea of Oahu County.
uuiccr ucai intended to spend a
few days on Maui but Saturday morn
ing received a wireless calling him
back as the Chinese highbinder war
had started. He immediately start
ed with his nrisloner to Lahaina
whore ho caught the Twalanl for
Honolulu. Donohue was charged
with defrauding Mrs. Mary Rogers
Los Angeles Man Missing.
Subscribe for the Maui News, $2.50 a Year.
SIcerji Put on I.ocnl Run With
W. O. Irwin & Co. agents for the
O. S. S Co. last week rccoived
the following cablo from San Fran-
T; o Sierra will sail on April 3(1 for
Honolulu, She will sail from Honolulu
on May 11 on anevporimental voyage
with a view to alternating with the
Alameda on the local vim.
Tho company will expect the local
Late yesterday ovening a remark
ablo case of mysterious disappear
ance was reported to the police. It
is that of o Los Angeles merchnnt
who left his personal elfects at a
local hotel noarlv three weeks ago
and then dropped out of sight as if
:trth or sea had swallowed him.
Chief Detect! e A. P. Taylor imme
diately went to work on the case and
before the town had gone to sleep
had collected a lot of inforinntinn
auout the missing maj. whoso name
is L. R. Radermacher.
Mijor E. II. -P. Wolter, nronrictoi
of the Occidental hotel, at Khvj and
Alakea streets, laid the information
before tho police He said that on
Tuesday, April 2, a well dressed and
well appearing man, of smooth fact
and a Jewish cast of features, went.
to tho Occidental and engaged
room. The stranger had a trunk-
valise and a di ess suit case. He
asked for a key to his room and the
request was gratified, although very
few of the rooms have kev.
That night the newcomer slcnt in
his room and he has never since been
seen. He had taken some of hi
clothes out of packing and listrib-.it-
ed them in a wardrobe and in bureau
drawers. A very fine quality of un-
derclothing was what ho placed in
His baggage was marked "L. R
Radermacher" and apparently came
from the Alexander Young Hotel as
a label on tho trunk and a tag on
the suit case indicated. Mr. Taylor
found later that a guest of that name
registered at tho Young on March
14, having arrived in the steamer
Sonoma from San Francisco, and left
that hotel on April 1. This informa
tion disposed of a theory, based on
circumstances, that Radermacher
was one of the Los Angeles excur
sionists arrived in the Ohio.
Tho clothing hung in the wardrobe
was readymado goods labeled as sold
by Hart, Shaffnor & Marx, clothiers,
Los Angeles. In the dress suit case
one of the Los Angeles excursion
programs was found. There was a
letterhead also, having a pretzel or
nament in tho left corner and on
postte a card and blank date as fol
lows: "Homo Phone 21S31. ,L. R.
Radermacher, Importer and Jobber
of Grocers' Specialties. Los Angeles,
Cal .'..190.." Another
fiud was u writting tablet containing
a blotter on which is decipherable in
reverse the address "3022 South
Fifth, City." There was also a piece
of paper on which is written, "Au
gusta Radermacher, 448 North Bel
mont Avenue. Then there was a
section of an Oceanic steamer pas
senger list, the map on the back of
which had Samoa and Auckland
mnrked with a pencil.
Lastly there was an opened envo-
lope marked in pencil "L. R. R.
$200," as if it had been used in de
positing funds at a hotel office. The
envelope shows impressions of coins
and apparently a watch chain in the
When tho Los Angeles excursion
ists were bore a man answering tho
description of Radermacher was
among them at different p'aces. At
the Kapiolani Park afternoon bnnd
concert ho was seen in company with
an attractive looking woman, dress
ed with taste and precision in keep
ing with his own notably dapper ap
pearance. They seemed to keep
apart from tho other Los Augoleno
howevor, and attontion was drawn to
them particularly by a peculiar rest'
lessucss of the man "on his pins,"
which caused an observer to size him
up as a danciug master.
Radermacher, or the man sunnos
ed to bo he, is recalled by the Adver
tiser having been seen somo days
later conversing with a townsman
at the street entranco of Elks ball.
A search of departing passenger
lists for a week after the man's dis.
appearance fails to reveal the name
of Radorinachor. i
The Lid Is On VVnllncti.
"Doctor, Wallach will not practice
at Kal.hi, or at the Molokai Settle- TOULON, April 23.-Fire broke
ment, or anywhere else, with the 0ut in the aKsenal here today. Thirty
consent of the Hoard of Health." , m,, WGrc miured. The damain.
in these words President u. amounts to sevora in ons of francs
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... r, , NEW YORK. April 23. Four men
uiu uoaru oi ucaiMi on vva aen s . . . .
porisnnu, am nurses were uiiico anu
case," immediately after an executive
sessiotKof that body on Friday, the
10th. It was said in presence of tin
members, who had just risen from
the board. When an Advertiser rc
porter appeared in the board room
as soon as the door was opened, a
member declared in favor of giving
out. the written decision. This pro
posnl was overruled becnuse the do
cumcnt was addressed to the Legis. ThL.y Rot nwny wilh $50)000-
iuiuii- imii wuuiu not oe presented to
tho different houses until this morir
There was a full attendance of
members President Pinldiarn, Kred.
iz iiremrn were injured in hres in
this city this morning. The loss
amounts to two million dollars.
PORT HLAKELEY, April 23.
A lumber mill burned hero todnv.
Tho loss is est. mated at $750,000.
SEBASTOPOL, April 23. A ban
of terrorists robbed the nostofilco .
hero today, making their escano.
SANTIAGO, April 23. Savore
volcanic eruptions arcnow occurring
in Southern Chile.
IVER. Poland, April 23. Student
Illinsky, the assassin who killed Gen
eral IgnaticIT, has been sentencrd to
eleven years in the mines.
C. Smith, Mark P. Robinson, D. Ka
lauokalani, Dr. J. T. Wayson, Dr. J.
R. Judd and Attorney General E. C
Peters. The Attorney General, was
the last one arriving ar.d immediately
on taking his seat moved that the
Board go into executive session. Dr.
Wayson seconded the motion and it
As announced the iecision is what
the Advertiser foreshadowed two
it transpires that amon the pre
posterous claims made by Wallach
was one that he had cured 1G5 cases
of leprosy in Honolulu during tin
The Board of lit alth, on the othei
nanci, is aware or only 83 new cases
of the disease in that period
What appears like a piece of moral
cowardice on the part of th Sepate
and House health committees, if not
positive treachery to the other mem
bers of tho Legislature and the conn
try at large, has come to light. Thb
is the suppression of a letter from the
president of the Board of Health,
giving facts relating to the services
of the bacteriologist whose s-ilary the
Legislature has cut off as being, in
the view of tlio assembled wisdom, a
tins letter was sent to tlio chair
men of the health committees on the
17thiust. Its information' is urgent
in nature, considering the lateness of
the session, yet it has been withheld
from the Legislature thus far. The
loiter shows that a great many people
have been snatched from imminent
danger of being sent to Molokai
through the scientific diagnosis of
suspected cases by the bacteriologist
It. is as fol'ows:
Beginning with April 4th, 100G,
and ending April 5th, 1907, a period
of one year, 107 leper suspects were
examined by the bacteriologist of the
Board of Health. The examination
through the microscope showed
twenty-fair of these persous were
free from tlio bacilli of lenrosv anrl
therefore were returned to thou
homes declared non-leprous.
"A large majority of these 107
persons came to the Board of Health
voluntarily. Very few of the tweutv
four persons found non-leprous ever
saw tho Ivahhi receiving station.
Thev usually came diroot to the P.
sident of tho Board of Health, who h'eokea Hawaiian Church in Tv'ntn a
caused an examination to be madoat large audience was present. Rev. I.
the special rcom set aside in tho Dis- u- 'aea preached the sermon ami
pensary building. They were then M. Lutero gave the right hand
iuvhpu 10 return mo next dav tn oi leuowshin. Tho iimrM t i
k-.uij uiu r esult oi mo microscopical pastor was given bv Rev 1? n
examination, anu as i stale abovn wodire. He v. T n n,,,,.,..! .v i
I - j ' v. 1 1 ii i unui UU
ineir traveling expenses were
paid by the Board and in addition one
dollar per day given them for each
and every dav they woro detained in
Uonolulu so they could pav their
uoaru 10 ineir nonoiuiu relatives or
When the suspects were children
the parent who camo with them also
received all expense of travel and one
dollar per day board money
"There are members of both the
llous.t and Senate who arc aware of
these facts and can so testify if thev
desire tho exact truth to bo known.
"There are certain clinical svmn
Gets Right of Way Aci-oss
A meeting nf the Board of Educa
tion was held Mi n 'av afternoon.
Superintendent Babbitt wns notified
by telephone, that Dr. Mackall had
ordered that the school at Aiea be
closed, owing to serious health con
ditions in that vicinity.
In response to a question by W.'R.
Farrington of the Board, Superin
tendent. Biibbitt stated that while it
was dcs-irable that a now high school
in Honolulu should be built there vvcro
other schools more important at pro-
The resignation of Mrs. Dickenson
as school agent at Lahaina, was rc-
eived and Arthur Wall tho post-
niaster at that place, win elected to
the vacancy. Miss Aiona was appo-
inted assistant teacher at Lahaina,
vice Mrs. Gannon resigned. T. N.
Haae was inade acting principal ut
Hnokcnn and W. K. Wright appoint!
ed to a similar position at Aiea.
A proposed assignment of teachers
on the Island of Hawaii suggested by
inspector King, was referred to the
Blanche Soper of the Normal school
staff was granted a leave of absence
on a doctor s certiliearn. Mrs TV-iin
McKay;was refused a leave of ab
sence. Mrs. Buddy was granted a
Commissioner Dodge reported on
his trip to Kahana. On hi3 report
tho sehojl was transferred to the
Commissioner' of Public Lands so a
right of way for tho railroad can now
bo granted over the land.
A request was received from tlio
Central Improvement Comittce. aslc
ing that principals be requested to
instruct the school child lfn tint tn
throw banana peeling and dirt on the
A informal discussion of fire drills
was held. Star.
Installation at Kuln.
On last Sunday morninrr liov T u
inaina was installed rmsim- nf ti,
were found non- the installing prayer.
Lost Citizenship If Abroad
I wo Years.
The new naturalization law nnco.wi
by the last Congress provides that
where a naturalized citizen returns
to tl.o country from which hn nnn.o
and remains there for two vcai s m-
remains in any other foreign rnn t ....
for five years, ho loses his natural!.
ation. Commissioner North is of tho
opinion that, under tho new law, a
Chineso born in tins country, even if
he returns to China in his infnnnv lo
always an American citizen, which is
toms of other diseases resembling ,rary to a ''"t ,ulh)g of tho
those of lenrosv. hone.. tb c , department.
I ui i mi .
iiie law states that no American
citizen shall bo allowed to oxpatna.to
himsolf whilo this country is at war.
Any American woman who mar-rW
a foreiguer takes tho nationality of
her husband, and at tho termlnatim,
rf marital rolations she may resume
ner Amorlcan citizenship.
A child born without the tInlo,i
those or leprosy, hence tho uso of
microscopical exEmination of the
snips of skin which contain tho bacilli
If there are no bac'.lli leprae in this
snip of skin thero is no leprosy.
'The bacteriologist is the man who,
above all others, prevents susnecti
being sent to Mulokai by ascertain
ing tlio truth as to the condition of
tho person examined.
"I behove both tho Houso and Sen
States Of alien imrnnlnnn i.
aiiii sun. i-"-Ollilll uu
ato should bo made awaro of thosn deemed a citizen of tho United Stales
fuCtS. but I leave that In wim rn-. bv Vll-tiin nf nnr,...oll...:.. ..,
jiidemout." parents.-Tho Ream,,