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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1907
IS FERMENTED IN GLASS-ENAMELED VATS.
After the process of fermentation it is lateral (aged) from
four to five months in Glnst-Lincd Steel Tanks, fronilwhieh it is
drawn into bottles.
THUS IT IS IN GLASS
FROM KETTLE TO LIP
The result is an exquisite taste and llavor, distinctively its
own, which accounts for the sale of
OF BDWEISER IN 1905.
Exceeding that of all other bottled beers.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
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Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
OUR GOODS ARE RIGHT 2
OUR SERVICE IS RIGHT
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT Ej
gj Wc Want Your Trade and Will Do Our !
B Best to Hold It.
The Lahaina National Bank
Clias. M. Cooke, Pres. C. D. I.ufkiu, Cashier Win. Helming, Vicu-Prcs.
R. A. Wadswortb, Director W. 1,. Decotq, director
FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT CLOSE OP BUSINESS, DEC. 31, 1906
RESOURCES I MAMMTIES
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts.... 29,446.64
Cash and Exchanges 6,3 0.56
U. S. Bonds 6,250.00
Other Ponds (Quickly con
Premium on U. S. Bonds 220.00
Furniture nnd Fixtures 1,142.14
Five Per Cent. Fund 312.50
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
COUNTY OF MAUI
I, C. D. I.ufkhi, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge nnd belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of January, 1907.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
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(Continued from Page i.
That flowed on the battle-plain,
Redeeming our hand from oppres
sion And leaving no servile stain,
Thy white is a proud people's
Kept spotless and pure as light,
A pledge of unfaltering justice,
A symbol of truth and light.
The blue is our nation's endurance,
And points to the blue above,
The limitless, measureless azure,
A type of the Father's love.
Thy stars arc God's witness of
And smile at the focman's frown;
They sparkle and gleam, in their
Bright goms in the great world's
This was followed by a present a
Hon address by Miss Daisy Apo.
Ladies and Gentlemen of . the Con.
gressional Party: In ancient times
the Hawaiian Islands were divided
into several petty kingdoms each
ruled by a hereditary chief. About
the year 1795 Kamebamcba the
ureal consolidated the group into
one kingdom which endured for a
century. The rule of the early Kings
was of course rude and absolute, that
of the later sovereigns became liberal
and Constitutional. The first Consti
tution was promulgated by Kanieha
meha III in 1839; and in 1814 an
American, Mr. Ricord of Oregon,
was appointed the first Attorney
General of the kingdom. In 1893
t)ie monarchy was abolished and the
Republic of Hawaii organized; this in
turn becoming a possession of the
United States in 189S. In 1900 Ha
wan become a Territory, and in 1905
county government was established.
We have four counties: Hawaii,
Maui, Oahu and Kauai. Our county
officials are: The Board of Super
visors; the She HIT and his deputies;
the Treasurer, Auditor, County At
torney and County Clerk. Those ao
all e'ected by popular vote, and wo
think for honesty and ability our
county officers will compare favor
ably with those of any part of the
United States. As a part of our
preparation for cit'zenship, wo have
organized a School City among the
oiuer pupus oi our school, anil are
trying to put the principles of free
government into practice in our
school life. The School City voted,
at its last meeting, to present you
witn a copy oi our constitution as a
souvenir of your visit to Wailuku. As
presiding officer of the School C't.y
and in behalf of my schoolmates. I
take great pleasure in handing you
Representative Campbell replying
paid the school and the pupils the
highest compliments. He said he.
bad never seen any patriotic oxer
cises to compare with those of the
Wailuku school in any part of the
United States nor in" any other
school of tho Territory.
He thanked the children on behalf
of the Congressional party praised
I heir execises and said at no timo in
bis lifo had he haard the songs that
all Americans love so well sung as
hero in Wailuku. He spoke of the
tender nature of the Hawaiians and
their poetic disposition and assured
his hearers that there was not a man
in America but would sacrifice his life
on the Held of battle for the protec
tion of the Uawaiians nor was there
a dollar in the treasury of tho United
States that was not readv for the
defence and to maintain, the libortj'
of tho people of Hawaii,
This seemed to be the sentiment
of the whole party and they one and
all warmlv congratulated Principal
Copelaud and tho teachers for tho
excellent work done here. Old gray
headed men said it brought tears of
joy to their rye to see the partiolle.
exercises of the children here of so
many nationalities by birth but
evidently as true Americans as any
of the children of the mainland.
The party t,'ried up lao valley
about noon and on reaching W. II.
Fields home where a luuu was being
prepared for them they insisted on
going further up the valley. All but
three of the party went as far as the
Needle while many of the party
went i p on top of the table land.
They were delighted with the trip
and the grandure of the scenery of
tho surrounding mountains and wat
Tho luau was a pleasant one and
at its clos1 Representative A. IJ.
Capron of Rhode Island made a short
speech and called on C. IJ. Wells who
us usual called on Attorney J. L,
Coke who after a short address pass
ed tho buck to W. J. Coolho who sang
a song and declared Judge A. N'
Kopoikai the logical candidate for
Governor, General Keifer, tho old
est member of tho party in years but
tho youngest in activity and applica.
tion described his recent trip to
Jamaica and Panama but declares
that ho was more delighted with the
Hawaiian group than any insular
possession of the Government he had
visited. Ho announced he was here
to ascertain our wants and see what
could be done to better the conditioiif-'
of the people in the Territory.
Judge A. N. Kepolkai made one
of the best speeches of tho day set
ting forth his reasons for being out
of tho gubernatorial race andsupport
ed the claims of Mie people here to
the refund of revenues collected by
the Federal Government.
Representative Edward L. Hamil
ton of Michigan. Chairman of the
Committee on Torrioties was tho
next speaker. He said ho was one
of the many friends of tho Refund
Bill and hoped to satisfy the reason
able wants of the people of tho Terri
tory taking into consideration of
course due regard of the rights nnd
wishes of the other territories. He
said Mr. L. A. Thurston of Honolulu
had made it plain while in Washing
ton that the island group occupies the
cross roads of the Pacific and when
the Panama canal is completed there
will be a great impetus to trade and
travel by water with the Hawaiian
He spoke at length of the needs of
harbor improvement and of the need
of fortifications for Oahu.
Delegate Kubio said a few words
and Was followed by Senator Chil
lingsworth who spoke of the feeling
that existed in the past that was a
natural consequence of the taking
down of the flag that a'l Hawaiians
hod learned to love. Ho said this
feeling was fast disappearing and
many of tho Hawaiians now eouncol.
eel tbo support of men for olliee re
gardless of race or color and that he
believed that the white men and the
Hawaiians woro as true friends as
were-the members of either "ace.
Representative Edwin Y. Webb, a
member of tho Committee on terri
tories and the lono "Democratic mt.m
ber of the South who is here twitted
the chairman of the same committee
for having stated he was in love with
pig and poi. He said he Was not in
love with any hg but was sure some
of the party had fallen in love with
the Hawaiian women and warned the
people that they stood a good chance
to lose some of their most charming
women when the party sailed for the
He was followed'by Reptescntativo
Ralph D. Colo ol Ohio who is a mem
ber of the committee on Irrigation,
Agriculture, and Territories, who
made one of the most dramatic and
foicefui speeches of tho day.
After tho speeches wore over most
of the party went to tho residence of
W. II. Field and were treated to
many selections of choice Hawaiian
songs by W. J. Coelho and Mrs. T. ti.
As none of the party bad seen a
hula a Hawaiian volunteered to dance
tho same for them.
In tho evening an impromptu
dance was gotten up and a number
of the members danced with our
Hawaiian girls until nearly midnight.
On Thursday morning the party
left Wailuku for a trip on a train to
Kihei. At noon they were cntorained
by tho people of Puunone and left in
tho. afternoon for Olinda whore they
will ride to the crator.
Some of tho party will visit
Keanae and all will return to Kahu
Ini Saturday and leave in the after
noon for Hawaii.
LACKBURN, At Paia. Maui,
May lGth, 1907, at midnight, to
the wife of Eugene Blackburn, a
10 J pound boy.
DO YOU KNOW
That iVSan SVSoody?
Have You Seen His New Planing Mill ?
If Not, Why Don't You?
See the Man
HE'S A GOOD FELLOW?
Don't forget the Wo.
IIello.172 P. O. liox 75
Maui Racing Association
TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL MEETING
AT SPRECKELS' PARK, .KAHULUI
JULY 4th, 190 7
Race 1. Three-eighths Mile Dash Running Race. Horses v
to bo owned by Japanese 30 days prior to closing
of entries .'$30 00
Race 2. Trotting and Pacing to Harness, best 2 in 3. One
half Mile Heats. Hawaiian bred who never won
a race 75 00
Race o. One-half Mile Dash Running Race. Horses to bo
owned and ridden by Japancso 50 00
Race 4. One-half Mile Dash. For I'olo Ponies, qualified
as such. Weight to ride 150 lb 50 00
Race 5. Three-fourths Mile Dash Running Race. Free for
all GO 00
i Race G. One-half Mile Dash Running Race. Hawaiian bred 50 00
Race 7. One Mile Dash Gentlemen's Driving race 25 00
Race 8. Five-eighths Mile Dash Running Race for Horses
owned by Japanese 00 00
Race !. Cowboy Holay Race. One and half Mileu. Horses,
Saddles, and Bridles to he changed every half
miles. Other insti notions of the Judges to be fol
lowed, their decisions final 25 00
Race 10. One Mile Dash Running Race, Hawaiian bred... 75 00
Race 11. Trotting and Pacing. One half Mile Heats, best
2 in II. For Horses without records of 2:16 or
better 100 00
Race 12. Mule Race. One-half Mile Dash 25 00
Race Rl. One-half Mile Dash Running. Ponies M:2 or tin
der 35 00
Race U. One-half Mile Dasii Running Race. Horses to be
owned and ridden by Portuguese .' -10 00
Race 15. Consolation Puree. Free for all who hae not won
a race at this Meeting. One Mile Dash 50 00
Race 1(5. Automobile Race, Two and half Mile Dash. En
trance fee ffo.00. Each contestant to bo timed
separately in order to avoid accidents. Solid
Gold Medal. Valued no less than 50 00
Races to start at 10 A. M. sharp. Riders and Drivers to ap
pear in colors.
All entries 10 per cent, of Purse, unless otherwise specified.
Running Races to be Governed by the Rules of the M. R. As
sociation. Trotting Races by the Rules of II. R. T. Association.
All entries and bids for priveleges close with the Secretary at
his ollicc on July 1st at 5 P. M.
All Races arc three to enter and two to start or more.
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Phone 243 P. O. Box 75
D. L. MEYER,
We sell California and Hawaiian
I' runs and Vegetables. General Mer
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Uats and Shoes. Give us a call.
Suits Made to Order at Low Prices.
Good Fit Guaranteed.
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AH LEONG, Manager.
Telephone No. 4GS.
Next door to Maui Meat Market
Empty Paint Pots suitable foil-lower
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Printers and Book-binders.