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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. jULY J3, i 907
M A 171
VSS iL -3 JSL.
L. H It.. J ? k7
Improved or Unimproved
At Prices to please small investors.
Wc have properties in
Either for cash or' part'eash 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 Go.
J. M. VIVAS, Manager.
High Street, : : Wailuku
Alv.nl n wool.- I1CTO WO TCCOiVcd
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 arc nice to slip on when
you come homo in the evening.
Let us show you our Ladies',
Girls', Bovs' and Babies' Shoes.
Also our Barefoot Sandals, Rub
bers, Tennis 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 Vico-P resident
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustaco Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooke, President W. T. Robinson, Vice-President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
K. A. Wadsworth, Director D. II. Case, "Director
FIFTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEC. 31, 1907
I)ans and Overdrafts $I222375
U. S. Bonds 16,500.00
Premium on U. S" Uonds 45
Other Uonds (Quickly con
vertible 54. i75-oo
Cash 011 hand mid due from
Banking House I'urniture and
Due from U. S. Treasury 825.00
TERRITORY OP HAWAII, ) ,c
COUNTY OP MAUI,
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above iamed bank, do solemnly swear
that the above is trui to the best of iny knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Casiuek.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 2nd day of July, 1907:
HUGH M. COKE, Notary Public Seo; Jud. Circuit
President Board of Health Announces Shipment of
Odorless Excavator-Citizens Committee
Denounce Condition of Roads. '
EW TEACHERS RECEIVE CERTIFICATES
Only Forty-scvch out of One Hundred and Eight Applicants
arc Successful in the Teachers Examination But
four get First Class Certificates
The Board of County Supervis
ors met in monthly convention
Wednesday.' All members were
Chairman Ilenning called the
meeting to order at '2 .p. ms
The minutes were read and ap
proved without correction.
' Comnuutication from 'Hugh
Howell, County Engineer was read
n;ul placed on the table to be taken
up with his report.
A communication from W. J.
Coelho, Fire Chief reporting -result
of the election of officers was read
and placed on file. .
A communication from County
Endnecr Hush IIowoll re the com
pletion of the Iao Valley road way
read and laid on the table to be
taken up later with his report:
A communication w.as received
from L. M. Baldwin County
Treasurer, relating to Hunting
He transmitted an opinion tram
the County Attorney on the sub
ject. The communication aim
opinion were ordered filed together.
The clerk was instructed to for
ward a copy of an opinion of the
County Attorney- to the Sheriff
and notify him that ordinance- No.
G was repealed by Act 116 of the
session Laws of 1907.
A communication was received
from County Attorney D. H. Case
in answer to a request for an
opinion as to the duties of the Ma-
lulani Hospital and Queen a Hos
pital to the public. Ho also for
warded a copy of President Pink
hams letter to him on the samo
subject which letter was ordered
filed with the communication.
The clerk was instructed to for
ward to the Sheriff copies of these
letters and to request him that
hereafter in cases of indigent pa
tients to take action in accordance
with the tenor of President Pink
Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits 18,610.10
A communication from Deputy
Sheriff Edgar Morton for a raise
of salary was read and laid on the
table to be taken up later during
A communication from T D.
Crcedon, private Secretary to the
Governor requesting that the
Board furnish a statement of Coun
ty Expenditures for the Governor's
report was rend and placed on file.
A communication was received
from John E, Tavares for the pos
ition of Pound Master at Makawao
was read and laid on the table.
A communication from II. Hack
fold it Co. re desks was read and
filed. The Clerk informed the Board
that he had wiattcn the company
to the effect that the desks were
A communication from-M. C.
Lilly acknowledging receipt of
draft for $404,42 and the order for
Police Supplies was read and or
A communication from Attorney
James L. Coke re pay of Peruvia
Goodne.-s as hack inspector was
referred to County Attorney D. II.
Case and he was requested ..to fur
nish an opinion on the same.
A communication was received
from Supt. C. S. Holloway in re
Government Pounds of Maui wa3
read and filed.
Superintendent of Public Works
wrote the Board that a contract
had been let for the completion of
the Wailuku Juil and Fire Section.
Chief Clerk D. L. Conkling wrote
the Board that copies of the session
Laws of 1907 had to bo paid for
A communication from President
L. E. Pinkham announcing the
shipping of'an odorless Excavator
for the use of Wailuku was read
and placed on filu. This will bo
good news to the people here. The
Wailuku District Improvement As
sociation and Board have worked
hard for months to get an cxeavu
tor for Wailuku as its need has
been acknowledged for years.
Clerk of the Circuit Court E. II.
Hart worto the Board transmitting
a copy of the roport of the Grand
A communication from the Ha
waiian Gazotto Co. ro Firo Arms
blanks was read and filed.
Tho Executivo Committee of the
3rd Precinct was read asking for
the relocation of the road at Bono
kawai. A petition from J. H. Napapa
requesting that he bo allowed his
salary during the months, March
and April was received and tabled
Napapa was away from duty one
moiun anu ill 0110 month and not,
on duty cither month.
The roport of the Sheriff was
read and laid on the tabic to bo
takon up later.
Tho report of tho County At
torney was dealt with in tho same
' Tho County Altornoy'a roport
dealt in part with charges of
drunkoivhess on tho part of somo
of the police who bring the whole
force into disrepute.
The attention of tho Board was
called to the rocoinendation of the
Grand Jury and that no nttontion
has been paid to the same.
Tho Sheriff reported the work
done by each police officer in tho
At tho evening session the chiim
of J. II Napapa was allowed.
Tho Clerk was instructed to
write road overseer's that h'creatter
their reports should agree with
their pay rolls. On Thursday a
committee of citizens consisting of
C. 13. Wells R. A. Wadsworth and
C. 1). Lufkin appeared beforo the
Board and asked to bo heard.
Mr. Wells stated, that he had
lived in the Territory twenty-seven
years and in Wailuku seventeen
years during which time ho had
lived under four different govern
ments but at no time had the roads
been in such wretched condition in
which they are now.
He spoke particularly of tho
Wailuku Kahului road of the
Vineyard street, Waihce road and
Mnalaea road. Ilo said ho was
giving free of charge the gravel for
the Maalaea road but that by the
middle of August tho fields would
be fenced up and plowed and the
gravel could not then be had. lie
urged the Board to take advantage
of tho gravel now available as de
lay would mean the loss of thou
sands of dollars to the taxpayers.
The suggestions were favorably re
ceived by tho Board and more ac
tivity on this road may bo expect
ed. Mr. Lufkin testified to the
wretched condition of these roads.
Mr. Wadsworth agreed with the
other gentlemen and called the at
tention of the Board to tho fact
that many cattle roam tho streets
and public roads, doing damage to
tho trees and frighten horses driven
by citizens at night.
FOKTV-SGVUN PASS EXAMINA
TION. A hundred and eight teachers
took the examination for certificates
this time and the results 'announc
ed today showed that 47 had passed.
The successful ones are:
First Class Certificates Hono
lulu: Mrs. James H. Davis. Miss
Maiy E. Sunler; Hilo: Stephen L.
Desha, Jr., Mrs. C. W. Hill.
Second Class Certificates Ho
nolulu: Mrs. Margaret Wong, Miss
Nellie Bickard, Frank Teixeira,
Joseph Cypriano, W. A. Yeats;
Hilo: Lydia Macy, Katie Sadler,
Alice Carvalho, Leon Maltcrre,
Mrs. II. W- Finche, John P. Mahy,
Mrs A. A. Olnoy; Lihue: Herbert
Mundon, Marian Kauhar.o; Wai
luku: Mrs. M. W. Bowen; Kohala:
Solomon Burke, Konawaena: Lot
Third Class Certificates Hono
lulu: Miss Martha Nielfen, Alfred
Franklin, William K. Kokapa, A.
K. Cathcart, Mrs. Clara Mokuma
ia; Hilo: Miss Christian Gcrtz, S.
J. Mahia, Virginia Freitas, Ivy
Borden, Myrllo "Kuhns, Louisa
Moincckc; Lihue: Hannah Sheldon,
Mrs. Kaulili, Mary Ellis, Daisy
Sheldon, Mrs. Lucy Wright; Wai
luku: Ilattic Kalino, Mary J. Roid,
Mary Vinconte, Elizeboth Corrca,
Alice Roid, Daisy Apo, Joseph G.
Anjo; Kohala: Mrs. J. D. Koki,
Mrs. C. B. Mackenzie, Konawaena:
J. N. Koinomun. .
DR. F. A.ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGHON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING;
10 A. M. to 12 M.
1 P. M. to3 P.M.
7P, M, to 8 P.M.
Japanese Passengers are Short of the Necessary
Money to Entitle them to land
HIGGINS SCORES ME ISLANDERS
Congressman Denounces Lack of Americanism Criticises
Manner of Entertaining Denounces Lack of Patriotic '
Addresses and National Anthems
.(SPHCIAI. TO TIIH MAUI NEWS.)
, Sugar 9G dcg. test 3.S3o Beets 9s. Cjd
HONOLULU, July 12.Thc rumor that Iaukea is to ho Land
The steamer Kumeric is still hero. There is serious trouble over
show money, there being about $10k000 short. A warrant may bo is-1
The Advertiser's appeal for a Children's Hospital shows that 317
children under five years of age died hero during last year.
W. R. Castle in a communication calls Congressman Higgins to
account for his Ilaleiwa speech.
NEW YORK, July 12. Embassador Aoki and Admiral Yarcamo
to in speeches last night re affirmed the friendliness between Japan
and tho United States.
LONDON, July 12. Ouida, tho English novelest, is in poverty.
She was given a pension. ,
SAN DIEGO, July 12. -It is reported that Japanese have been
discovered making maps of the fortifications here. They have been
WASHINGTON, July 12. Fourteen Japanese sailors of the
American ship Erskino Phelps, who wero refused landing, evaded the
Philadelphia authorities and went ashore. ' 4
SEOUL, July 12. Marquis Ito declares that the nnrsnn.il HlmrK.
of the Emperor of Korea is unimpaired.
PEKING, July 12. liussia and China have agreed upon a cus
toms tariff for Manchuria.
SARATOGA, July 12. The Knights Templars will meet in Chica
go in 1910.
HONOLULU, July 1 1. Consrcssman Hicrmns in n unnnMi
banquet last night denounced tho lack of Americanism of tho Islands
in general and Hilo in particular, lie said they had been entertained
listening to Hawaiian music and witnessed Hawaiian dances; they had
seen tho celebration of the Fourth of July by Japanese horso races and
Chinese baseball but heard no patriotic addresses nor the Star Spangled
Banner. They saw American machinorv in Mm sn.mr miiia u, ...
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Americans. Ho declared the Islands a thousand vears from State.
W. O. Smith answered testily
defending tho planters. It is the
TOKIO, July 11. The Hochi which published tho interview with
Admiral Sakamoto in which tho ability of tho oilicers of tho American
navy and tho loyalty of American Eailors was derided, todav nnhlishna
a withdrawal of tho interview. The
interview in wnicn me American navy is eulogized.
JOHANNESBURG, July 11. There was a serious dynamilo ex
plosion yesterday near the mines whore tho white miners are on a
SAN FRANCISCO, July 11. Tho labor unions have refused to
cooperato in tho choico of Mayor for tho unexpired term.
Tho delegates of tho Christian Endeavor Societies of America be
gan their convention exercises yestorday.
DUBLIN, July 11. King Edward was given an enthusiastic re
ception on hid arrival yestorday.
WASHINGTON, July 10. Japaneso Ministor Aoki will bo re
tired. NEW YORK, July 10. Tho Government lias filed a protest"
against tho Tobacco trust.
Admiral Yamamoto, ex-Minister of the Navy, deprecates hostile
expressions against America.
BOISSE, July 10. Moyor has taken tho stand in tho Haywood
HONOLULU, Julv 10. It is rumored nil flirt niltlmrihr nf H..ni
- M4IWillJ Ul tl BLWiUk
division officer from liussia that Japan has 4000 veterans and threo
oiucors ot uio gcnoiai statt 111 Hawaii. Many of tho veterans have been
ordered to tho Coast on tho steamer Kumeric which Is still here.
Japaneso leaders here would donlcto tho Ishmda nf int.,-,,
satisfaction for tho importation of Europeans. Many thousands nro
now awaiting transportation to Mexico as tho northorn boundary ia too
well guarded. A French vessel will shortly carry 300
,0 iu luuiui wiieii ireo irom nor present ontamle
tnont. . b
SAN FRANCISCO. Julv lnKimm-vism- TWj rill tl-ntf ! nnfn.l J
succeed Acting Mayor Gallagher temporarily.
The nrosecution called n rmivnnlirm nf !!fl ilnlimnl
represented tho labor union. tr nlw n Mnvm. tr, :n d. .. . .1
plnco of Schnutz.
and scored the Conirressmon while
general opinion'that Smith made a
same issuo contains an anonymous