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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. JUNE 29, 1907
What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
Improved or Un imp roved
At Prices to please small investors.
We have properties in
Either for cash or part cash and
balance in installments.
We 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.
About a. week ago we 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 llomeos. They will
lit you like a glove. And our snug,
comfortable Men's Embroidered
Slippers are nice to slip on when
you come homo in the evening. (
Let us show you our Ladies ,
Girls', Hovs and Babies' Shoes.
Also our Barefoot Sandals, Rub
bers, Tonnis Shoes, White Canvas
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooko Cashier
C. Hustace. Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenney, L A. McCandless,
C. H. Athcrton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Sa vines Business.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooke, President W. T. Robinson, Vice-President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
It. A. Wadsworth, Director D. EL Case, Director
FIFTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC. 31, 1900
Loaus and Overdrafts ? 127.59346
U. S. Honds 16,500.00
Premium on U. S Honds 495-co
Other Honda (Quickly con
Cash on hand and due from
Hanking House Purniturc and
Due from U. S. Treasury S25.00
TERRITORY OP HAWAII,
COUNTY OP MAUI.
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above 'lamed bank, do solemnly swear
that the above is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashieii.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo, this 2nd day of January, 1907;
Second Congressional Party Visits Lahaina, lao
Valley and Haleakala. Are Charmed
with the Island of Maui.
PRACTICE FOR INTEKISLAND SHOOT.
The All-Maui Gun Club and Hawaiian Gun Club of Honolulu
Hold Practice Shoot. Honolulu Score Excellent.
Several Maui Men Did Not Participate.
Congressmen linjoy Mtuil Trip.
The second Congressional party
to visit Maui arrived by the Kinau
Tuesday evening and were royally
entertained by the people of Lahai
na. They were loud in their praises
of the cordial reception in the an
cient capitol of the Territory where
they saw their first Hawaiian hula
and declare that Representative
Philip Pali is a past master in the
After spending the day in Lahai
na they wore conveyed to Wailuku
Wednesday evening where they
were met by the local committee
and escorted to the homes of C. J).
Lufkin, W. A. McKay, D. 11. Case
and C. B. Wells, In the evening a
public reception was given thofosi
tors on the spacious lawn of the
Wailuku Sugar Co., where dvery
one was invited to meet them.
On Thursday morning the party
was' escorted up lao Valley where
the wonders of this historic valley
were shown the visitors. Even the
ladies ot the party mounted horses
and rode to tho top of tho table
land and expressed themselves as
charmed with the beauty of the
grand panoramic view from the
summit. Returning to tho home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Field an ex
cellent luncheon was in waiting for
them and of which all partook
After dinner speeches were made
by all of the Congressmen after
which they wore conveyed to tho
depot where they took the train for
Paia and from there thoywere con
veyed to Olinda,' thy mountain
home of Hon. II. P. Baldwin. On
leaving here it was planned to rest
there and takehoises for tho top of
Haleakala at one o'clock A. M.
wheie they could view the crater
and sunrise on Friday morning
and then return to the lower levels
in time to catch the steamer for Ha
waii on Friday evening.
The number of this party was
not bo large as the first but during
their short stay they succeeded in
Capital Stock J 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits 16.0S4.tl
Dividends Unpaid 1,400.00
JAS. N. K. KEOLA, Notary Public Sec, Jud. Circuit.
endearing themselves quite as
much to the people of Maui who
would bo greatly pleased to have
them return at some future time.
A practice shoot was had Sun
day on the grounds of the I'uunenc
J tin Club at which scores were
kept and compared with the shoot
of tho club.of Honolulu which shot
at the same time on the grounds
Three ot the best men of the
local team did not show up and as
a consequence the score was not a
good one although it is admitted
here that the local team cannot
hope to equal the score made by
the Honolulu team on Sunday
The score made by the teams on
Sunday was as follows.
P. J. Hell -12 points
M. J. Mo ura 33 "
F. A.Mayfield 30 "
E. Dinert 29 "
W. Wescoatt . 2S " '
A. Botts ." 27 "
W. Louhcr 27 "
G. May field 215 '
Total 239 points
(out of possible 400).
HAWAIIAN GUN CLUB TEAM
J. W. Harvey 47 points
W. E. Wall 43 "
J. A. Robb 33 "
E. I. Spalding.....' 30 "
D. L. Austin.....' 4G "
K. B. Porter 43 "
W.E. Roberts 41 '
Irwin Spalding '40 "
Total 33," points
(out of possible 400).
UTIZONS HOLD MEETING.
A citizen's meeting was held in
tho Court house on Monday to con
sider ways and means of entertain
ing tho second Congressional party
to arrive in tho Territory this year.
Judgo A. N. Kepoikai was chosen
chairman and County Attorney D.
II. Case, Secretary.
A number of representatives were
present from Puunene, Kabul ui
and Wailuku. It was stated that
the party to arrive would consist of
four Congressmen, a secretary and
Tho party would arrive in La
haina, Tuesday and visit that his
toric city on Wednesday and arrive
in Wailuku some time in the even
ing of Wednesday where thoy
would remain until tho afternoon
Hon. II. P. Baldwin stated that
while wo wero showing the visitors
tho beauties of the islands and the
industries hero that they probably
were anxious to learn our needs
that thoy could legislate more in
telligently for us iu the future.
Among tho things most needed in
tho County was an agricultural
collofjO and harbor improvements
at Kahului. Tho plan to have a
public wharf there is another
matter that may be obtained by
taking tho proper steps.
The meeting chose J. X. S. Wil
liams, W. A. McKay, and C. 1).
Lufkin as the committee on ar
rangements for Wailuku and II. P
Baldwin, I). (!. Lindsay and L. ven
Tcinp&ky as a like committee for
Makawao. The two committees
acted as a joint committee to act
in all matters where the scope of
their work is general.
After the meeting adjourned the
Committee retired to the office of
the County Supervisors and choso
Hon. IT. P. Baldwin as chairman.
Mr. Baldwin urged the lao Val
ley trip as one of the most desir
able for the party. This was decided
Manager C. B. Wells offered to
entertain two of the party at his
homo during the time they were
here, but refused to give a cent for
the plantation toward the expense
of entertaining the party. He
stated he had heard so much about
the former visit being a corpora
tion affair that ho wanted the
kickers to ' do the entertaining
this time. Mr. Wells asked Dis
trict Magistrate McKay why ho
had not subscribed to the fund for
the entertainment of the former
Congressional party. Tho Judge
retorted that he had entertained at
his home five of the party the whole
time they were here and felt that
that was enough to expect from
a man of his means and tho limit
ed salary he received, $100.00 per
n:onth and said if you Mr. Wells
had given in proportion to your
means and the interests you re
present the funds would have been
Mr. Baldwin did not take tho
same view of the matter that Mr.
Wells did and said that if tho peo
ple in Wailuku found they could
not meet the expense of entertain
ing the Congressmen he would help
pay the expense.
Another meeting was called
Tuesday in the Court house in
which a finance coniniitteo consist
ing of C. I). Lufkin, J. N. S. Wil
liams and D. II. Case was appoint
ed. A reception committee con
sisting of 15. C. C6poland, W. A.
McKay, and F. A. Mayfield was
appointed. The reception comm
mittce was appointed consisting of
J. N. S. Williams, C. I). Lufkin,
W. A. McKay, Judgo Kepoikai, W,
J. Coelo, S. Keliinoi, and J. N. K.
Manager U. U. Wells stated that
if the committee wished he would
tender the use of his lawn as a
place to hold the public reception,
and would furnish tho necessary
Japanese lanterns to hang under
Tho offer was oeceptcd as it was
felt that it. afforded one of tho pret
tiest places in Wailuku for tho
Drowned in the Sen.
On Monday of this week William Aki,
a prominent Hawaiian of Wailuku was
drowned while out fishing with three
other Ilawaiians near Paukukalo.
The party were sailing a canoe in
smooth but shalluw water when sudden
ly they were overtaken by a breaker.
Aki was steering but lost coutroll of the
boat and as it was caught by the breaker,
broad side on, the canoe was overturned
and the occupants thrown into the sea.
All of the parties swam to the boat but
were washed off by breakers. This oc
curred several times. Aki was seem to
sink and one of his companions dived
down and assisted him, but before he was
gotten to the shore he was dead. .
A coroners jury consisting of Dr. V.
U. lioote, J. V. Kerr, llonito Guerrero,
A. ISnos, A. 1). Naone, and Antoue Do
Ucgo were cmpauneled and returned a
verdict that the deceased came to his
death by drowning and by sudden im
mersion in water and from contributory
shock caused by fear of being drowned.
Deceased was a man of considerable
prominence iu the community and had
many friend heru. Ho was about ifty
five or sixty years of ngo,
Vessel Arrives with Portuguese Immigrants and
is Placed in Quarantine-David L. Ai
Dies Suddenly of Heart Failure.
JUDGE FREAR IS APPOINTED GOVERNOR.
President Roosevelt Announces Appointment of W. P. Frear
as Governor, A. S. Hartwell as Chief Justice" and
S. M. Ballou as Associate Justice.
(SPECIAL TO Tlin MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 9(5 deg. test 3.75 Beets 9s. 81d
.HONOLULU, June 2S.--David L. Ai, editor of the Kuokoa, died
suddenly of heart failure.
It is reported that the liquor dealers may enjoin the Licenso
Attorney Genera! Peters has resigned.
Judgo Perry has been elected President of tho Punaliou Alumni.
Bernard Kolekolio, the boy orator, returned this morning by the
HONOLULU, June 28. The steamer Kumoric, with Portugueso
immigrants, arrived .here last evening with small pox on board.
NEW LONDON, June 2S. Yalo won the boat race by a length.
E. II. Harriinrin was arrested for transgressing the rules of tho course
by following tho refree in a imtor boat.
NEW YORK, Juno 28. Jacob Hiis, author and . reformer, will
marry his secretary in August.
NE -A' YORK, June 28. An uncontrollable lire is raging in the
Pennsylvania tunnel on -lord street. Two persons have been killed.
PARIS, Juno 28. The pacification of the disturbed districts in
France is progressing.
SYDNEY, Juno 28. A steamer arriving hero reports a hurricane
in the Caroline Islands. Many islands have been devastated and 200
SAN FRANCISCO, June 27. The sentence of Mayor Schmitz has
been postponed to July 8.
Chief of Police Dinau has refused to resign.
OYSTER BAY, June 27. President Roosevelt has appointed A.
S. llaitwell to bo Chief Justice of the Supremo Court of Hawaii. Syd
ney Miller Ballou has been appointed Associate Justice to succeed
HONOLULU, June 27. Harmony once more prevails among tho
members of the License Commission.
Attorneys Mathewman, Lindsay and Ballou arc slated for tho
ollicc of Associate Justice.
Secretary Atkinson will' probably obtain another government posi
tion. Sam Johnson wa acquitted for punching II. M. Ayres, tho Rcfereo
The transport Crook with soldiers, for Alaska will sail this morn
ing. HONOLULU, June 27. Owing to holiday S. S. Claudino will
leave Kahului for Honolulu Tuesday, July 2nd, 5 p. in. instead of
Wednesday. July 3rd.
OYSTER BAY, June 2(5. W. F. Frear was today formally ap
pointed Governor of Hawaii.
Walter Francis Frear, tho new ate justice In tho supreme court of
Govornor of Hawaii, was born in tho Republic of Hawaii in January,
Grass Valley, California, October'-'!), 1S9G. Ho was a membor of the com
18(13. IIo was graduated at Yalo mission to recommend to Congress
University in ISSfi, and at this Yalo legislation for Hawaii, in August,
Law School in 1800; was made second 1898, and became chief-jnstice of tho
judge of tho first circuit court of Supreme Court of Hawaii in July,
Hawaii, in January 1893 first associ- 1900.
LONDON, Juno 27. Thu House of Commons yesterday passed
third reading of bill introduced by Premier Campbell-Banncrman by
which the Commons may override the veto of tho Peers. Thcro wero
432 in favor and M7-opposed to tho measure.
POUGIIKEEPSIE, Juno 27. Cornell won in tho collegiate raco
yesterday. Columbia, Navy and Pennsylvania finishing in the ordor
named. Time, 20 minutes and 2 seconds.
NEW LONDON, Conn., Juno 27. Yalo is tho favorite in tho
university boat race to be rowed between Yale and llarward.
WASHINGTON, June 27. Secretary Straus will sail from San
Francisco for Honolulu on July 23. IIo proposes to spend two weeks
TOKIO, June 27. General Kuroki, who has just returned from
tho United States, speaks well of his trip during which ho was able to
further the friendly relations of the two nations.
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 27. Tho Britt-Nolson contest has been
postponed until July 31. Nolson has dovoloped an abeess in an ear.
POUGIIKEEPSIE, Juno 2(5 -Tho Syracuao team won tho ! oared
SAN FRANCISCO, June 20. Trouble ia threatened in Salvador,
Tho Cruisor Mihvakeo lma gono to tho Isthmus.
Abo Ruof hag asked for furthor time.
Refugee Camp hua been ordered cleared by August 17tli.