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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1907
I Make Up a Little Dough With
And Observe Its Tenacity When Drawn.
This test will show you the amount and quality oj
gluten in this famous Hour, 13y the gluten the strength,
the value, of all Hours are measured, And GOLDEN
GATE is far and away the strongest, most valuable
Hour on the market today.
Observe also its uniform whiteness and freedom
from all smell of damp or mouldiness: note its fineness
0 and the absence of lumps.
Ii makes the most delicious, nourishing pastry
and bread and cakes and biscuits. Your grocer sells it.
II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
PLACE TO BUY
i Beers Ales Wines 1
I Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
OUR GOODS ARE RIGHT
OUR SERVICE IS RIGHT
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
: We Want Your Trade and Will Do Our 3
UWOC IIU1U III
Chas. U. Cooke, Pres. C. D. Luikin, Cashier Win. Helming, Vicc-l'reR.
Ii. A. Wadsworth, Director W. I.. Decoto, Director
FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT CLOSE OV HUSINKSS, JUKIi 30, 1907
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts.... 35,976.35
Cash and .Exchanges J 1,604.16
U. S. Hands 6,250.00
Other Bonds (Quickly con
Premium on U. S. Bonds 220.00.
Furniture and Fixtures 1,175.00
Five l'er Cent. Fund 312.50
A I r. .
V-iipiUll OlOCK 25,000.00
Due to Hanks.
Dividend Unpaid 750.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, )
COUNTY OF MAUI '
I, C. D. Luikin, Cashier of thp above named' bank, do solemnly swear that the
uuuvc Muicmeui is irue 10 me uesi 01 my Knowledge and leliet.
C. I). LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of July, 1907.
HUGH M. COKE, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit
2 If there is anything you desire that is not carried 5
in stock, remember that a word to us is all that is (
0 necessary, we'll to the rest. j
2 Wo carry all the staplo groceries, as well as the f
fancy. Dry Goods, Gent's. Furnishings, Hardware,
ft Hay and Grain. j
2 Wo are headquarters for Basoball goods. j
WAILUKU CASH STORE.
$ $ &
Commencing with July 1st 1907,
Traiu No. 7, Wailuku Freight will
not leave Kahului until 1 P. M. daily
Fine Job Printing at the
Maui Publishing Co.
One Needham reed Organ, a bar
May bo sec-n at A. Fernandes Jr's.
I3ERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
(Continued from Page I.)
llio idea of the recommendation is
chiefly to have a complete record of
all purchases at nil times in the Ofllcc
of the clerk, even before irooda at
purchased, and Is not intended to
curtail the authority of the various
officials in buying whorovor and what
ever they think necessary and pro
per. Tins system will be a faihn
unless It bo adhered to stnotlv. but
if it is rightly enforced. I think- i
will not only insure regularity, but
Kespcel fully submitted.
QUAKRHL HETWUGN THIOVCS
Two Porto UicniiH of Wailuku
lio have been making their living
by uny means other than work are
now in jail where they will stay
for a year as a result of ounrrnlimr
over Uie division of two chickens
hey had stolen.
Some time aco a trunk wns
lound in the reservoir below town
hat had evidently been broken
ipen and robbed. Officer K. H
togcrs took tho case in hand and
soon discovered tho owner, n .Tmv
ancso. who had loft the trunk on
the veranda of a friends house ex
pecting to come later for it.
Some of the effects were still in
the trunk but most of them had
icon removed. A strict lookout
was kept for the party or parties
who had committed the offense
but not until recently were the
Some days ago two Porto Ricans
were heard quarreling and one of
them said he intended to tell
Charley Lake, tho Deputy Sheriff
iaier a I'orto Kican was ssnt to
get the facts of the case and it do
eloped that the two had stolen
two chickens and that one. a form
or boot black and later a bottle
buyer, had bought tho interest of
the other one in tho stolen chick
ens but had not paid any thing
and a quarrel ensued. It devolon
ed that tho aggrieved nartv had
threatened to tell on tho other for
his part in robbing the trunk but
as they were both equally guilty
the first one thought ho was safe
1 hey wcro tried before District
iMagistrato McKay Wednesday and
were sentenced to servo one year
The members of the volunteer
fire company met Friday night at
tho Court House for the purpose of
recommending certain measures for
the protection of property from firo.
Many suggestions were made
from the purchase of an automo
bile to carry hand grenades and
other equipment to badges of auth
Some urged the need of a waeon
to carry ladders, hooks, axes, and
hose and urged that tho wagon
could bo used for a nolico mitral
wagon when not used for firo pro
It was pointed out that tho fires
needing the Company occurred on
an average of about once per year or
even much less frequently and no
one could give assurance that the
horso and wagon would not be in
use by the police when most need
Tho suggestion that an automo
bile bo purchased was laughod out
II. M. Coke 6f the News urged
tho company to confine themselves
to what was really needed and
what they might reasonably expect
to be able to get. Thcso he belived
to be five one hundred feet joints
of hose to bo placed on reels furn
ished by tho properly holders in
convenient places about town where
they could bo had quickly and
attached to the hydrants, the
second was tho passing of a
standing offer .by tho County of
n reward of a reasonable sum of
monoy to any team that would
first take hold of tho cart and ilmw
it to the fire and third the iinKfsintr
of an ordinanco making it a misdo
meanor for any ono other than tho
fireman to molest any hose except
to assist in its use to extinguish a
These suggestions seemed to
meet with approval. Tho pur
chase of a few minor articles wore
ordered. These included a shut off
for the hose and ono of the cars
was ordered repaired.
Tho County executive committee
of the Republican partv met at
their headquarters in Wailuku
Monday for the purpose of making
recommendations to the Supcrvis
ors for positions within the gifto
There are but fjve members of
tho committee present. Thoy were
chairman II. P. Baldwin, A. N
Kepoikai, II. II. Baldwin, R. C
Scarl. and R. A. Wadsworth.
An application for the position
of police officer for Honokowai was
received. The committee recom
mended tho appointment of Kolii-
holeua in case there was a vacancy
There was but one application
in for the positian of road ovorsecr
for Molokai, Kekahuna, who re
ceived the cndorccmcnt of the com
Applicants for endorsement for
the position of County Superinten
dent of roads were taken up. The ap
plicants were J. H. Wilson. C. B
Wilson, who withdrew. E. H,
Baily, R. II. Hitchcock, George
Groves Mid J. L. Osmcr.
The committee finally recom
mended J. II. Wilson and J. L,
It is understood that both of
thcso men are practical road
men and have had much experi
ence in road building. Mr. Wilson
has an excellent reputation for road
building especially on Kauai where
personal letters have been written
to local people of the excellent
work ho did, here at a low figure.
Mr. Osmer is a stone and brick-
mason by trade and thoroughly
understands concrete work and has
built many milesof road on Hawaii
and Oahu. He is a practical man
llio real choice however rests
with tho Board who will decide tho
matter this week.
A SERIOUS ACCIDENT.
Miss Nancy Daniels, a teacher
in the Spreckelsville school met
with a serious accident Saturday
evening. While out riding in Ka
hului her stirrup leather gave way
and as her horse became un
manageable she was thrown vio
lently to the ground. Her head
struck with great force and for a
time it was thought her skull was
fractured. She received a severe
shock and a bad cut in the scalp
and wns taken to tho Puunene
Hospital for treatment. She has
sinco been removed to her home
and no apprehension is felt for her
ultimate and speedy recovery.
The Way Americans ore Treated
"In the United States each of the
States regulates tho rights of aliens to
hold property and in other respects,
except in so far as those rights are
tho subject-matter of treaties with
foreign Governments. It is there
fore impossible to generulizo with
exactness, but it is within tho limit
of satety to say that the obstacles to
tho exorcise of business freedom im
posed by the old common law upon
aliens have been almost all swept
away, and that except, perhaps, as
to tho right of forming corporations
the foreigner desiring to engago in
. . ,i . . . .1 r .i . . . ... . ...
iiauu uuu IUUU5U v in wns country is
nearly as free us though ho had taken
the oath of allegiance to the United
Tins is far from being tho case in
apati. JNo fore'gner can own In his
own name, a foot of land in the empire
and even his treaty right to reside
nd engage in business is directly
limited by administrative rulings. In
most cases it would be of little use to
foreign manufacturer to settlo out-
ido the old treaty settlements it de
rived of the sorvice of artisanH and
laborors of his own kind, and this Is
what Japan has practically done in
equiring tho permission of tho Minis
ter for Homo affairs for tho employ
ment of foreign workers.
"Japan is exercising her undoubted
right in thus regulating matters sj
that her Industries and commercial
affairs shall be concentrated in Japa
nese hands. Foreign experts worn
employed as long as they could teach
Ihe Japanese anything, and they were
paid a hii'her wage than that allotted
to Japanese Idling corresponding
positions, Wov some years, however,
a gradual process of elimination has
been going on, and Japan prefers to
lean as far as possible on hei own
national resources. In this again
Japan is fully within her rights and
no one among her foreign friends and
contemporaries is disposed to qucs
tion it; but when a furoro is raised at
tho denial of especial privileges to
Japanese in othar lands, It is natural
that we should point to the inconsisi
"It is Important to observe, how
ever, that official Japan lias innde no
objections, and is likely to mnko none,
to restrictions upon the immigration
of Japanese into the United States ot
to the limitation imposed by local laws
upon the freedom of cnguging in bus
iness in America. Under the exist
ing treaty, which does not terminate
until 1911, these nights are distinctly
icserved by the United States, and
if they figure in the negotiations for
the renewal of that treaty or for the
framing of a new one, it will lie solely
because they are discriminatory.
"There is the crux of the whole
Japanese question, the ono main point
as to which thoro can bo any cou
colvablo break in tho friendly re
lations of the two countries, and for
the Satisfactory adjustmonl of which
the stat;incii on both sides will have
to bring to bear all the tact and
patience thoy can command. Japan
will object, not to restrictions which
we may think best to iirpose upon
aliens In this country, but to the sing
ling out "f Japanand her neighbor,
China for humiliating restrictions
not Imposed upon the subjects of
other foreign Powers. "-Philadelphia
Died an Enny Death.
A bloodlrss duel has just been fought
between a newspaper editor and a
politican- The latter, regarding himi
self Insulted by ah article published
by the former, addressed to him tho
following letter: "Sir: A man who
respects himself refrains from send
ing a challenge to an individual such
as you. He satisties himself by simply
smacking your face. Herewith pleaso
consider your face smacked twice,
ono on each side."
To which the journalist replied:
"Hear Sir: I am in receiptof the two
smacks which you sent mo and for
which I am obliged. Kindly accept a
bullet th-ough your head With kind
regards to your corpse. Yours
truly." And all honor was satisfied.
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L. R. CROOK, Prop. HONOLULU, T. H.
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