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MA Ul NEWS.
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Advertise in the News
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY.- JUNE 8, 1 907
What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
Improved or Unimproved
At Prices to please small investors.
We have properties in
Either for cash or part cash and
balance in installments.
Wo sell and buy lands in all parts,
of the County of Maui.
Twenty years experience in the real
estate business in the Hawaiian
Maui Realty Co.
J. M. VIVAS, Manager.
High Street, : : Wailuku
About a week ago wo received
some exceedingly handsome Shoes
and Slippers from the East, not
from S. Francisco, but direct from
the East. This enables us to sell
them cheaper than any other store
on Maui. Ask for a pair of Men's
soft, elegant Romeos. They will
lit you like a glove. And our snug,
comfortable Men's Embroidered
Slippers aro nice to slip on when
you come home in the evening. i
Let us show you our Ladies,
Girls', Bovs' and Babies' Shoes.
Also our Barefoot Sandals, Rub
bers, Tennis Shoes, White Canvas
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws
the Republic of Hawaii.
CAPITAL H $GuO,000.00.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tonncy, J. A. McCandle'ss,
C. II. Athcrton, E. F. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Chas. M. Cooko, President W. T. Robinson, Vice-President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
FIFTH ANNUAL STATEmENT
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC. 31, 100G
I,baiis and Overdrafts f 127.593-46
U. S. ltonds 16,500.00
Premium on U. S- Bonds 495-oo
Other Honds (Quickly con
vertible .-. 56,500.00
Cash on hand and due from
Hanking House furniture and
Due from U. S. Treasury 825.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, ) .
COUNTY OF MAUI,
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the
that tiie above Is tru to the best or
Subscribed and sworn to boforo
Takes Action Relative to
LARGE PINEAPPLE CANNERY FOR OAHU.
Largest Cannery in Territory
Give Employment to Three Hundred fersons. Will
Manufacture Cans in Scpcratc Establishment.
MEETING OH TIG IMPROVEMENT
The Wailuku District Improve
ment Association hokU-its regu
lar monthly meeting on Thursday
The attendance was not eo large
as usual but the interest was quite
In the ahsenco of President
Wadsworth, 1). 11. Davis presided.
A communication was received
calling the attention of the Associa
tion the fact that certain buildings
had been condemned bythc Board
of Health many months ago as
being unsanitary and yet no action
had been taken since then. W. J.
Coelho moved to lay the matter
before the Board of Health. Rev.
Ault and L. M. Baldwin opposed
this and advised taking the matter
up first with the local representa
tive of the Board as being the pro
per officer to whom the communi
cation should bo addressed. Car
ried. .Tudno McKav reported that ho
had laid the matter of the need of
certain street lamps before tho
Board of Sunervisors and while
that body had referred the matter
to the proper officer no lamps had
been put in 'place.
A Communication was received
by the Tax Commission asking for
suecestions. The communication
was referred to the Executive Com
The matter of an odorless exca
vator for Wailuku .was discussed
and a letter received from tho Pro
sident of tho Board of irbaltl:
stating that no help from that
body could bo given. Coelho stated
that the many excavators of the
Board were under the controll of
tho Superintendent of Public
Works and loaned by that official
to the County of Oahu. This call
ed forth caustic language from
manv nresent as all felt that as
thev were paid for by funds raised
by all of the lax payers of the Ter
BANK OF WAILUKU
D. II. Case, Director
Capital Stock f 35,000.00
Sum us and Profits ib.oM.u
Dividends Unpaid 1,400.00
Deposits 1 7 1,300.35
above 'lameu bank, do solemnly swear
uf knowledge unci uenei.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
1110 this 2nd day of January, 1007.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA, Notary Public Sec, Jud. Circuit
Insanitary Condition of
Will Try to Get
Ncaring Completion. Will
ritory is was a gross injustice to
turn them over for the benefit of
Tho matter will be taken up with
the Superintendent of Publio
Works and tho Acting Governor.
Coelho spoke of tho injury to the
young trees along the public roads
by cattle of the II. C. & S. Co. that
came out on the roads everv night
md even in town.i He said steps
would have to be taken to get after
Wells as the cattle came on the
ond through an opening cut in
tho fence by the Wailuku Sugar
Company where they have laid
their now track below the old de
pot. The cattle continue to como
out on the road at night and aro
not only damaging the trees but
are a nuisance on the publio road
as they sleep in the road and cause
horses to shy and some of them re
fuse to move when vehicles arc
driven by. Such indifference to
the rights of the pubic in matters
of this kind and in placing wretch
ed temporary crossings of rails on
tho public roads would justify the
Beard of Supervisors to demand
bolter treatment in future or re
fuse to grant privileges asked for.
ANOTHER LARGE CANNERY.
At Iwilei on Oahu is being con
structed tho largest pineapple can
nery in tho territory. It will be
ready for business in a week' or so
and will give employment to ,"00
men women and children. In the
packing of pines the finest refined
sugar is required and a large quan
tity is now on hand for this pur
pose. Cans for the product will he
manufactured by tho American Can
Company which has a factory in
Honolulu that will manufacture
from 70,000 to 80,000 cans per day
and employ about sixty-fivo men.
The amount of tin required fo
mis iactry win reacn as much as
fivo tons of sheet tin per day.
As tho pineapple has far out
striped any other product of the
Territory except sugar it will give
employment to many persons here
who do not caro to engnge in that
Persons on theso islands boliovo
there ia no placo in tho Territory
wnerc pineappio win uo so well as
at Haiku and tho surrounding
country and if the industry con
Unties to prosper wc may yet have
tho largest factory and canning
Divide the Appi-opritition.
The last Legislature appropriated
tho sum of $18,000 for the Liquor
License Commissions of the various
Counties, but did not specify lu what
proportion it should be divided.
Treasurer Campbell has been en
deavorhig to arrlvo at n fair division
of tho money, and has mado the fol
Oahu, $0000; Hawaii, $1500; Maui,
$1000; Kauai, $3500.
Mr. Campbell says lie thinks this
will be about, the right division, based
on what ho figures it will cost tho
several counties to run the Commis
sions. It look emisldernlih' figuring
lo arrive at a satisfactory apportion
ment. An equal division, of course,
would not be right, as the exprese
and work of the commission of one
county a'-e not the same as in an
other. Two principal factors enter
ed into the calculations, tho size of
county and the number of saloons in
It was as first si'mjestcd that the
division might be made on the basis
of the amount of licenses collected in
the several counties during the year,
but this would jjivo Oahu about 00
per cent of the fund. During tho 11
months past, which practically means
for the fiscal year ending Juno 30, as
no more licenses will be collected this
year, the license collections have
amounted to tho following sums:
Oahu, $50,350.57; Hawaii, $17,314.-
51; Maui, $11,110.25; Kauai, $9,0GC
(5(5 total $97,480 99.
The $18,000 appropriation which
as just been apportioned is for the
nut-dose of paying the various ex
penses of the Liquor License Com
missions, including the pay 01 inspec
tors, traveling expenses, pay of
I'm for You.
That is what tho ho' semcn of Mam
arc saying to the public and that is
what they mean. The cvidcuco is
the fact that they aro training a
number of horses at their own ex
pense to entertain tho public on July
Fourth but do not hope of remuner
ation at present but hope to 111
future years. If racing is kept up
along fair lines it will encourage
breeders and ranch owners to breed
good horses as well as good cattle
and from past experience they know
which pays the best. It is but one
or two years distant when Maui wilt
lead the group in the encouragement
of racing and breading good horses
and as la the past the purses offered
by tho Association will be the largest
ever offered by any racing associa
tion in this territory and it will pro
bably be confined to Hawaiian bred
horses. So as to repay the home
producer for his trouble.
Tho few men who take an interest
111 Keeping up this good work- are
leaving no stone unturned to make
this coming meeting a success in
every respect and their efforts de
The present programmo consists of
about sixteen races, running, trott
ing, Mule and Automobile races and
furnishes sufficient, variety to suit
Come and bring your friends and
all have a "ood days Vnort at a
License CninmlsHloncrs Meet.
The Board of License Commission
ers for the county of Maui met in the
public room of the Masonic Temple
Thursday morning and received
number of new applications for liquor
A number of applications were in
for the position of inspector.
James Kirkland was appointed tc
tho position and was ordered to in
spect the places whero traffic In
liquor is proposed to bo carried on
and report at the next meeting.
Nono of tho later applicants will
be granted a license uutil a report is
received by tho Board.
Dunce, Luau nnd Fnir.
Monday evening at the Wailuku Arm
ory the Catholic Ladies Aid Society will
give a dance for the benefit of the cot
tage for the brothers of St. Atithoney's
On the day following, June 11, at the
same place a luau and fair will he held
for the same purpose, and as the cause is
a very worthy one a large crowd of peO'
pie from all over Central Maui is expect
The ladies forjning this Society are
well known for their ability in arranging
fairs and luaus and there is 110 doubt that
you will be pleased if you attend.
The admission for the dance will he 50
cents eacli and the Same sum will admit
one to the luau,
KNOX IS CANDIDATE
be a Candidate for President of the
LANAI LAND CASE APPEALED.
aps Dissatisfied with Settlement of San Francisco School
Question and Exclusion of Immigrants Britt and
Nelson will Fight July th.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 9G deg. test 3.8-1 Beets 9s. Hid
TOKIO, Juno 7. The Hochi says that the San Francisco outrages
arc worse than the murder of missionaries in China which led-the Ger
mans to occupy Tiauchau.
Count Okuma in an interview
with the settlement of the San Francisco school incident and with the
exclusion of immigrants and is indignant over the repeated outrages
which endanger Japanese relations with the United Stales and area
discredit to American civilization.
LODZ, Juno 7. Reign of terror
recent mob fighting 11 people were
NEW YORK, June 7. Senator
willingness to be a candidate for the
nm r-t t T- t r r-v -r r t - ni
oiuuauuum, juiiu (. inu
CARACAS, June 7. President
sage to Congress.
HONOLULU, June 7 Queen
NHONOLULU, June 0. Tho Lanai land caao was this morning
appealed to the United States Supremo Court.
SAN FRANCISCO, June G.
have signed to fight here on July 4th for the Lightweight Championship.-
SAM FRANCISCO, June' G.
completed his testimony in the Schmitz trial and has implicated tho
Mayor in many shady deals.
Commissioner Poheim is now
IIAltRISBUUG, Pa., Juno G.
hero today endorsed Senator P. C.
SAN FRANCISCO, June G. E.
presenting tho Territory of Hawaii
home. He expresses himself as highly pleased with the success of his
HONOLULU, Juno 0. -Tho Mahuka site for a Federal build nig
has been withdrawn by order of Acting Governor Atkinson.
Oahu College trustees will compel tho contractor to make good for
building recently burned.
WASHINGTON, Juno G. The
suing the cijy of San Francisco in
TOKIO, Juno G. The Japanese
since Boosevolt's message indicate
TUNIS, June G. A Turkish vessel carrying contraband ammu
nition, blew up'and many were drowned.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 0. Police Commissioner llcagon is tho.
first witness against Mayor Schmitz.
A consignment of dynamite for the strikers has been soized by the
HONOLULU, Juno 5. Ah Poi, convicted of burglary lust Tues
day, committed suicide tho eanio night.
Collector Stackablo is expected back on the steamer Sierra.
LONDON, June 5. Croker's horse Oby, Hciff up, won the Derby.
NEW YORK, Juno 5. A British Mail Steamship lino replaces
tho Oceanic lino in August.
LOS ANGELES June 5. Tho Pacific Sugar Co. plans building a
million dollar factory.
BOISSE, June 5. Orchard testified against Haywood, implicating
him in many crimes.
Grinding Senmjn Closed.
Tho Wailuku Sugar Company finishi
ed Kilndiny its crop of cane Tuesday
Juno -1th. The crop was approxi
mately Seven Thousnnd Fivo Hun
Tho now tnijl is ono of tho finest In
the territory and as tho new ditches
will carry water for many hundreds
of acres of virgin soli the output in
future will be much larger from yenr
Announces that he will
says that tho nation is dissatisfied
has been inaugurated here. In
killed and 37 wounded.
P. C. Knox has announcod his,
guiucu weuuiug 01 rving- yjtseur waa
1 via m - 1
Castro personally read his mes
Liliuokalani goes to Lahaina tonight
Jimmy Britt and Battling Nelson
Former police commissioner Ucgan
on the stand giving similar testi
Tho Republican Stato convention
Knox as candidato for the Presi
R. Stackahlc,' who 1ms been re
enlisting immigrants, is returning
Japanese trouble will be settled by
press believes that developments
the failure of his policy.
All tenants of lands at Kakulni fire rc
quested to meet the representatives of
the Kahului Railroad Company nt tho
public room of the Masonic Temple, Kn
hululoii Thursday June tjtu I907 at 2 p,
111. for the purpose of a conference rc
All parties holding written lenses of
premises nt Knlmlui arc requested to
bring such lenses with them to the meet
ing. Dated nt Kahului Jutic 5U1, 1907.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO,