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VAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. JULY 6, )907
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Either for cash or part cash and
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We sell and buy lands in all parts
of the County of Maui.
Twenty years experience in the real
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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 Romcos. They will
fit you like a glove. And our snug,
comfortable Men's Embroidered
Slippers are nice to slip on when
vou come homo in the evening.
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Girls', Bovs' and Babies' Shoes.
Also our Barefoot Sandals, Rub
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MAUI DRUG STORE
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. Clones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tennoy, J. A. McCandlcss,
C. H. Athetfton, E. F. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooko, President W. T. Robinson, Vice-President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
R. A. Wadsworth, Director D.U. Case, Director
FIFTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC. 31, 1900
Loans and Overdrafts 122, 237.50
U. S. Iiomls 16,500.00
Premium on U. S' Iiomls 450.00
Other Iiomls (Quickly con
Cash on hand and due from
Banking House Furniture ami
Due from U. S. Treasury 825.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, ) eC
COUNTY OF MAUI, J
1, U. U. Lmkin, uasnir-r ot uio
that the above is tnn to tiio best of
. - Subscribed and sworn to before
Large Crowd and Good Races on July 4th.
Domingo Ferreira Ruled off the
Track for Fouling.
STEAM PLOW BLOWS UP.
Japanese Driver of Steam Plow Engine Rendered Uncon
scious but not seriously hurt. Firemen Hold Biennial
Election. Coclho is Elected Fire Chief.
FINE RACE AT KAHULUI.
The Maui Racing Association
celebrated the Fourth by holding
its Twenty-first annual meet at
Spreckcls Park, in Kahului. The
races were carried through with a
snap, and the crowd was large and
good natured. Good humor pre
vailed throughout the day.
The only unfortunate incident
of the day was in the sixth race
when Jockey Domingo Ferreira on
Lau Liilii fouled Euradius. Al
though Lau Liilii crossed the line
first, the race was warded to Eura
dius. Jockey Ferreira was ruled
off the track, but not his mount.
The decision in this race was re
ceived with favor by all, especially,
the Association, who aim to have
all at their races fair and above
The oilicers of the Association
are Hon. A. N. Kepoikai. Presi
dent; Jas. Kirkland, Viee-Presi-dent;
D. L. Meyer, Secretary; Geo.
B. Schrader, Treasurer.-
Executive .committee. V.
Robinson, D. H. Davis, Dan
Judges, Dr. R. II. Dinegar, P.
F. Peck, Georgo Weight.
Starters, Jas. L. Coke; Frank
Time keepers, G. B. Schrader,
Dr. W. R. Boote.
Clerk of course, Bal.
Saddling paddock, E. Kruger, Jr.
Clerk of Scales, E. Rogers.
In the first race, a three-eighth
mile dash for horses owned by
Japanese, a purso of ?30 was offer
ed. Five horses entered. Francis
Hobron won with Ahinahina
second Mongoose, Meleaijd Minnie
The second race was for trotting
and pacing to harness, best 2 to 3
of half-mile heats Kale Dooley
Charloy and I'm for You entered.
First Heat ended for I'm For You
with Katie Dcoley second, and
Charley away back. Time 1:30
Katio Dooley took the second heat
with I'm For You next and Char-
Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits 18,610.10
Dividends Unpaid 1,400.00
aoovo namcu.DanK. no soivmniv swear
my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier
mo this 2nd day of July, 1907:
COKE, Notary Public Sec, Jud. Circuit.
ley last.' "Time 1:31 1-5.
You took the third heat
Tace. Time 1:33. Seventy-five dol
lars went with this race
A one-half mile dash running
race, horses owned and ridden by
Japanese was next. Purso, 850.
Ahinahina, Minnie, Mongoose and
Mole entered. Melo got the money
with Ahinahina second and Mon
goose next. Time 551 second.
There were no entries for the
Jubilee, Black Boss and Defen
der entered the fifth race, a three
quarter mile dash, free for a'l, for
a purse of $00. Defender was an
easy winner with Jubilee second.
Time 1.2-1 1-5.
In the sixth race for Hawaiian
breds, a half-mile dash, the purse
was $50. Euradius, Frances Hob
ron and Lau Liilii started together.
Lau Liilii arrived first with Eura
diers second. The race was award
ed to Euradius, as she was fouled
by Jockey Ferierr on Lau Liilii.
The seventh rnco was called off,.
Abdine and Cyclone huving been
with drawn. The third horse en
tered for this event was Faro Bank.
The race was to have been a mile
dash Gentlemen's driving race to
harness for Association members.
There wcro no entries for the
eighth race. It u as called off. But
there was a warm match race be
tween two Japanese ponies, Bay
gave Pinto 18 feet handicap the
bay pony gathered in the fat side
bit, wining by about 30 feet.
The ninth race was a very busy
affair. It was the cowboy relay
race, a J mile dash, horses, saddles
and bridles were changed every
half mile. The horses entered were
Boy,Blackbird,Iwala; Billy M. and
Kamaka, Haleakala Ranch; Bed
win and Cigarette, Grove Ranch.
There was something doing all of
the time in this race and the riders
were full of business. The Grove
Ranch horses won with Haleakala
Ranch second. The winner got $25.
Jubilee took $75 for winning the
tenth raco, a one mile- dash run
ning race for Hawaiian breds.
Euradius was second with Gray
Ghost folldwing. Timo 1:59 2-5.
Im for you withdrew from the
tenth race, and Abdine and Faro
Bank started. Abdine won the
first two heats. This was a trot
ting and pacing race of half jnile
heats, host 2 out of 3 for horses
without records of 2:1G or hotter.
Abdine got $100. Time-First heat,
1:19; second heat, 1;17 1-5.
Five husky little mules entered
for the $25, in the half mile dash
for mules. They wero Stevedore,
Kahului boy, Makawao, Piiholo
and Poni Moi. Thoy made a beauti
ful start and ran liko real ponies.
Piiholo an old favorite and win
ner of races for years on the track
met his Waterloo. Ho was beaten
for first placo by Kahului Boy,
after having held tho lead for three
fourths of the way round. The
race was an exciter. TiinoJ.:03 2-5.
Wo guess thats some for mules.
Mole got tho $35 in tho 13th
race, a half mile dash running, for
ponies 14:2 or under. Don got
second place. Kaanapali, Euradius,
and Gray Ghost wore also entered.
In the 11th race of one half mile
dash there wero 4 entries. Kaa
napah won tho $10. Nancy, Don
and Watermelon also entered. Timo
was taken by Lau Liilii, with Gray
Ghost second and Black Bess third.
Time 1:58 2-5.
A match raco between Cyclono
and Faro Bank was won by the
STEAM PLOW BLOWS UP.
Tuesday morning one of the
steam plows of the Wailuku Sugar
Company blew up and seriously in
jured Oe the Japanese driver of
Tho cross head rod was noticed
to be hot and G. A. Hansen who
ha charge of the plows went to
supervise the work connected with
putting the engine in better sliapo
when the steam dome blew up.
Mr. Hansen and tho Japanese
wore standing right by tho side of
tho dome at the time it blew up
but fortunatcy the side opposite
them was tho one to give way first,
thus causing the force of the escap
ing steam to be on the opposite side
from them and thereby saving tho
li'C3 of both of them. Had the
side next to them given way both
would have been instantly killed.
The driver was struck in the
head and face by pieces of iron and
was scalded about the neck and
was carried away in an uncon
The explosion occured about a
mile away from the Court house
but was distinctly heard thcro and
it was realized at once that one of
tho engines had blown up.
FIREMEN HOLD ELECTION.
The volunteer Fire Company of
Wailuku and Kahului held its
second election in the Court house
Monday evening and elected W. J.
Coelho 'as its Fire Chief, Joseph
Welch 1st Assistant, E. II. Rogers
2nd Assistant, C. II. G. Braun,
Foreman, Charles Wilcox Assis
tant Foremen, Joseph Nuncs Secre
tary, L. M. Baldwin Treasurer,
and James L. Coke Delegate.
An important resolution was
made and passed unanimously dis
approving of the action of the
Board of County Supervisors in
causing a water closet to be install
ed in the Fire Station for the use
of'tho Police and the Secretary
was instructed to writo tho Board
of the action taken by the Fire
Company and request tho removal
of the nuisance.
Charles Wilcox, chairman of the
committee on rules and regulations
reported he was ready with the re
port at any time tho company
wished them. Next Monday even
ing was set as tho day for the next
Intuitu Ptiy Dividends.
Fifteen months ayo the Laliaina
National Bank of Laliaina opened Its
doors for business. Tho prosperity
of the institution was assued from
tho lirst and this month it will pnv
three per cent dividends and wpl
continue to be a dividend paying in
It lias not only been a tinanclul
success from the first but has been
found of great convenience to the
business public of Laliaina.
The First National Bank of Wai
luku considered tho parent bank of
iMaul lias been under tho same
management and control! since its
organization and while paying a sub
stantial dividend for years it has ac
cumulated a surplus of over fifty per
cent of its capitalization,
Squires is Knocked out by Burns in Two Minutest-Rev.
Clark Sentenced to Five
JAPANESE ENTERING THE STATES.
Leave the Trains After Crossing the Mexican Border
Twenty Battleships to Sail the Pacific Next
Winter on Practice Cruise-
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 00 dog. test 3.S30 Beets 9s. 81d
HONOLULU, July 5. --The celebration of the Glorious Fourth was
very a successful one.
The base ball games yesterday resulted as follows: First ganio,
Diamond Heads, G, Kams, 5; Second game St. Louis, 3, Punahous, 2.
The steamer Kumeric will probably get away today.
IIILO, July 5. Tho football game was won by the Honolulu
team, 1 to 0, and tho baseball gamo was alsowon by a Honolulu team,
7 to 3.
Luna raco was won by Olaa Bill.
Half mile Hawaiian bred, won by Easterly, timo 52 seconds.
Merchant's'stake, won by Lazcllo, timo 2:1S.
Ono mile Gentlemen's Riding raco won Olaa Bill.
Half milo free for all, won by Fidia, lime 51$ seconds.
Three-quarter mile Hawaiian bred won by Easterly, time 1:21.
One and half mile free for all won by Fidia, timo 2.47J.
Ono mile Hawaiian bred won by Major Collier, time 1.-193
Kcalia stables withdrew from this last race. Tho weather was
fine and the crowd the laigcst in years. :
SAN FRANCISCO, July 5. Squires, tho Australian champion,
was knocked out after two minutes fighting, by Burns. There were
about OjOOO spectators.
HASTINGS, Mich, July 5.--Rov. W. D. Clark was sentenced to
five years imprisonment.
THE HAGUE, July 5. A petition signed by 2,000,000 Americana
asks for arbitration.
WASHINGTON, July 5. Secretary Straus will sail for Honolulu
with Governor Carter on July 25.
OAKLAND, July 5. Secretary of the Navy Motcalf arrived hero
yesterday. He said that by next winter eighteen or twenty of the big
gest battleships of tho United States Navy would arrive in San Fran
cisco on a practice cruise from the Atlantic.
OYSTER BAY, July 5. It is oflicially slated that it is not tho
intention of the Government to send battleships immediately' to Pacific
waters. The decision to do so is a result of two years' plans of man
euvers. MEXICO, July 5. The Japanese are Hocking to tho American
border taking passage for Canada by way of Juarez and deserting trains
in the United States enroute North.
LONDON, July 5. There was a great holiday rush yesterday at
the United States embassy.
SYDNEY, July 5.---Tho British steamship Montcalm bound to
Montreal from Manchester is ashore on tho eastern const of Capo Bri
PITTSFIELD, July 5. John D. Rockefeller left for Chicago yes
terday to testify to tho financial condition of the Standard Oil Co. of
HONOLULU, July 3. Tho British cruiser Montmouth sailed to
day with Prince Fushimi aboard.
J . Lor Wallach, tho faker, was freed on a technical error in tho
indictment. He says ho will run for tho Legislature next year.
President Pinkham was severely criticized by Acting Governor
Atkinson for feiving a permit to a Japanese man and wife to visit the
Leper Settlement. Other members of tho Board claim entire ignorance
of tho intention to issue the permit.
Richard Ivers was appointed a membor of the Immigration
Boaid to succeed E. D. Tenncy.
It is reported that Secretary Atkinson may bo appointed to tho
Philippine Commission to replace Magoon.
Supt. Ilolloway has granted tho Wireless Telegraph Co. permission
to set poles and string wires on all islands.
NEW YORK, July 3. Chester Runyon, toller of tho Windsor
Trust Co., has absconded with $90,000.
TANGIKRS, July 3. Sir Harry McLcar was captured by Raisu'll
and is being held until a pardon is. granted to tho bandit.
WASHINGTON, July 3. The Emperor of Japan 1ms given
medals to Americans who wore with Japanceo during tho war with
SAN FRANCISCO. July 3. Tho proprietors of tho wrecked Jap.
anoso restaurants have sued the cily br damages.
BAKERSFIELD, July 3. Tho Buena Vista levco broko and in
nundated 30.000 acres. ,
PALERMO. Spain, July 3.- Fourteen thousand men nro on strike.
Troops were called out.
DIEPPE July 2. In an auto raco for tho grand prizo Nazarro
won. He made 177 miles in G hours and -10 minutoa and L'5 seconds,