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WATLUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, J 907
LODGH MAUI, No. )8A, A. P. & A. M.
Stated mcci'nms will ho hold at
. Masonic Hall, Kaliului, on the first
t Saturday night of each month at 7.110
Vlsiiini brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. H. CASE, R W. .V.
. t. f. Secretary.
. ALOHA LODGE NO. a KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be hold at
the Knights of Pythias Hall Wniluku
on Saturday AugnstSrd and 17th.
All visiting members are cordially
invited to attend.
V. S. MOUNTCASTLE, C C.
D. H. DAVIS, K. OP R & S.
DR. F. A.ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGBON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING,
10 A. M. to 12 M.
1 P.M. to 3 P.M.
7 P. M. to 8 P.M.
HUGH M. COKE.
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
threm cheaper than any other store
on Maui. Ask for a pair of Men's
soft, elegant Konieos. 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.
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
Tnnnrnnrated Under the Laws
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustacc Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Chas. M. Cooke, President V. T. Robinson, Vice-President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
R. A. Wadsworth, Director' D. II. Case, Director .
FIFTH ANNUAL STATEnENT
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, 11)07
Loans and Overdrafts..., f122.237.50
U. S. Nonas 16,500.00
Premium on U. S" Homls 45-o
Other Bonds (Quickly con
Cash on hand ami due from
Banking House Furniture and
Due from U. S. Treasury 825.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, I c-o
COUNTY OF MAUI, f a-
I C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the
that the above is trui to the best of
Subscribed and sworn to before
P. A. A. CELEBRAT
Tennis Tournament and
During the'Day and Dancing at Night
Silver Cups are Presented.
SUPERVISOR'S MEETING CONTINUED,
Claims Damages on Account of
Hose for Fire Department. Appropriations arc
made fo the Semi-Annual Term.
HARVEST HOME FESTIVITIBS
The annual tennis tournament
of mixed doubles to play for the
cups presented by the Puunenc
Athletic Association took place on
August 12 under very favorable
circumstances, lhe rain a lew
days previously, had improved the
courts and they were in splendid
condition, the f,rand stand artis-
ticallv decorated with ferns and
Hags presented an exceedingly
prettv and gala appearance, its
seating capacity was not sullicient
to accomodate all the spectators
ho cania f roiri Honolulu, Lahai
na, Wa'iluku, Makawao, and in
fact fioiuMill over the Island.
Lunch was served in the Club
House from 12 m. to 2 p. in. to
every one present.
Special trains were run from all
points to accommodate those living
at a distance, lhe game com
menced at 9 a. in. and lasted until
1 p. in. All of them were interest
ing and some were closely contest
ed. The successful plnyera were
II. E Savage of Puunenc and Miss
E. Taylor of Hamakuapoko
At G p. m. dinner was served at
the Club House to all those who
wished to remain for the evening
The trap shooting was partici
pated in by members of all the
local teams. Good shooting was
done by many while a few who
usually stand high found it was
an off day with them and made
poor scores. It was a handicap
shoot and W. A. Sparks of Kihei
won the trophy a silver cup which
he must win twice before it becomes
his for keep's.
At the close of the final game of
tennis a score or more ot workmen
rooh transformed Court One into
a perfect dancing lloor by layin
boards previously prepared for the
occasion. Dancing commenced at
S n. m. and on entering the en-
closure one could imagine it was
BANK OF WAILUKU
Surplus and Profits
above - named bank, do solemnly swear
my knowIeue and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, CASHIER.
me this 2nd day of July, 1907:
COKE, Notary Public Sec, Jud. Circuit
Trap Shooting Enjoyed
Road. Board Orders More
really a fairy bower, as the pavi
lion was brilliantly illuminated
with arc lights, and myriads of in-
candeseiit lights enclosed in Jap
ancsc lanterns, wore festooned
around the Grand Stand and to
the fences on either end'. Small
tables were grouped about on
Court Two. During the evening
refreshments were served of coffee,
sandwiches, ice cream, xnd cake.
After the grand march, two-steps
and waltzes to the strains ot ex
cellent music were very popu
lar until 12 p. m. when the orches
tra played Aloha Oc and the trains
eft the depot for the various
points, carrying away the guests
who with the local people number
ed about two hundred and fifty,
one and all voting the day n
'Never to be forgotten one,"
A vote of thanks should be
given to the committees who had
charge of the fete, everything possi
ble for the comfort of the guests
was looked after, great credit is
due Mr.- Geo. Mayficld, the caterer,
who superintended and prepared
so successfully for such a large
nuipher of people, also to Mr. II.
Baldwin and Mr. F. F. Baldwin
who contributed very generously;
and in fact the latter was the ori
ginator of the "open air" dancing
which was the initial affair of its
kind on Central Maui.
SUPERVISORS MEETING CON
TINUED. The acts of tho County Fathers
not reported in our last issue arc
Communication of N. Omstod
Attorney for the Estate of B. K.
Kaiwiaea claiming damages for
land which has been made into a
road by Supervisor Haia at Hana
was read, and action on the same
Reports of the Auditor and tlvc
Treasurer were submitted, and or
dered placed on file.
Report of tho Sheriff was road
and action on the same was de
Report of tho Treasurer in re
Settlement with the Territory of
Hawaii was road and the same
was ordered placed on file.
Roport of the Sanitary Inspect
or of Hana was submitted and or
dered placed 011 file.
Report of the Sanitary of Lahai-
na was suunnttou and tne same
was ordered placed on lilo.
Roport of tho Food Inspector for
Lahaina was .-ubmitted and order
ed placed on lilo.
Claim Demands were again tak
on up for examination.
Mr. Kaiuo moved that Mr. Hon-
ning bo-allowed $10.00 for Hack
Fare from Lahaina to Wniluku
and return in re quarterly oxann-
notion of Treasurer's Account?
Seconded by Mr. Iluia and carried
Tho Clork was instructed to re-
quest tho County Attorney to
ward a copy of tho report of the
Deputy County Attorney to this
The Clerk was instructed to
notify Mr. Carley that hereafter
no telephones for which the Coun
ty is responsible shall bo put in
without the order of the Board of
At 5:110 P. M., Mr. Kaiue moved
a recess to 7:150 P. M. Seconded
by Mr. Meyer and carried.
The Chair called the meeting to
order at 7:30 P. M.
Examination of Claim Demands
were again taken up.
The Clerk was instructed to
notify, the Honolulu Iron Works
Co. of the action taken by the
Hoard in their bill for twisted iron
Communication of Dibble K.
line in re claim of Pukoo Terri
torial Jail was read and ordered
placed on file.
Communication of F. Wittrock
requesting pel ipission to purclmsf
a lamp was read and ordered
placed on file.
The Clerk was instructed to
notify Mr. Wittrock to purchase a
lain) and send in'the hill to this
Report of Hugh Howell, County
Engineer, was read, and action on
the same was deferred.
At (WO P. M. Mr. Meyer moved
to adjotirn until 9:30 A. M. to
morrow. Seconded by Mr. Haia
August 8, 1007.
The Board of Supervisors was
called to order at 9:30 A. M.,
Chairman W. Henning presiding.
Roll Call: Present were: W.
Henning, T. M. Church, W. P.
Haia, S. 12. Kaiue and T. T. Meyer.
Minutes of tho meeting of Aug.
wto reau ana tiierc oeini; no
corrections were ordered approved
Claim demands were again tak
en up for examination.
Report of tho County Attorney
was read, and the same was order
ed pjaced on file.
Mr. Church moved that the
Clerk be authorized to purchase
2C0 feet of 2 in. cotton hose, noz
z!c and couplings to be placed at
the Malulani Hospital under the
supervision of Wailuku-Kahului
Firo Department which motion
was seconded by Mr. Haia and
Mr. Kaiuo moved that the Board
approve tho appointment of P,
Goodness as Police Ofiicer at .1
salary of $50.00 per month. Second
ed by Mr. Church and carried.
1 ho UJork was instructed to
notify Mr. O. Tollefsen that his
salary claim for July will bo al
lowed as soon as ho turns over the
tools of tho Molokai District to
Supervisor T. T. Meyor.
Mr. Meyer presented Uesolutions
No. 322 to SKiU inclusive thereby
approving of Salary, Payroll and
Material and Supply Demand, and
moved the adoption of the same.
Seconded by Mr. llaia and carried
At 12 M." the Chair ordered :
recess until 1:30 P. M.
A FT ER NOON SESSION.
The Board of Supervisors was
called to order at 1:30 P. M. Chair
man W. Henning presiding.
The Hoaid then took up con
sideration of Appropriations.
The Communication of Ilugl
Howell County Engineer reconi
monding tho svstcmizinii of order
ing for the Road Department Sup
plieg was read and action on tho
Communication of N. Omstec
Atty for Estate of C. K. Kaiwiaea
was takon up fur consideration
Coathiuvd vu Page 6,
Takes the Oath in Presence of a Large Au-dience.-Heads
of Departments Remain
MAUI POLO TEAM WINS FIRST GAME.
Local Tcatr Easily Beats Oahus in First Game Mrs.
M. Ballou Hurt.--Transport Logan will Search for
' Laysan Island which is Supposed to be Sunk.'
(SPHCIAL TO Till! MAUI NBWS.I
test 3.1): Beets 9s 9d.
Sugar 9(5 de-;
HONOLULU, August 1G. -Jack London sailed for Hawaii yoster-afternoon.
H1LO, August 1G. A public
Misses Todd, Saddler, Saffery and
DENVER, August 16.---Tho Chamber of Commerce has petitioned
the Federal Government to intervene in tho telegraph operator's strike
Business is practically paralyzed.
RENO, August 1G. Harriman declared yesterday that the
supremacy- of San Francisco on the
1 way by any rival city.
CHICAGO, August 10. - A Federal secret service atrent hero has
been acting as an employee of various railroad companies watchin"
no ueieeung violations ot tiic federal laws against rebating.
ISCIIL, Austria, August 10. Franz Josei.h cortliallv rnenivr-d
King Edward ve.-terdnv.
NEW YORK, August 1(5.
ervice to he resumed shortly.
HONOLULU, August 15.
were largely attended. Governor Carter addressed each head of de
partment with remarks of praise.
HONOLULU, August 15.-Mrs.
by the overturning of an automobile.
The Smirk, Jack London's yacht, will sail for Hawaii this after
The Maui team won the polo
Fleming of the Oahu team was injured by one of Baldwin's rnnawv
horses before the game started.
It is rumored here 'that
The inauguration ceremonies
NEW YORK, August 15. At
remained unchanged. Both sides
OYSTER BAY, August 15.
not participate in trouble between
ATLANTA, August 15. The
ed the Legislature.
TANCIEUS, August 15.
to an inaccessible district.
SAN FRANCISCO. August 15.-The Supervisors have granted a
permit for tho Britt and (Jans fight in September.
HONOLULU, August II. The transport Logan will look for
The steamer Manchuria, Saunders master, arrived this morning
from San Francisco.
M. I' Pro'ser has been asked to remain as Demitv Attorney
The departure of tho steamer Alameda was delayed an hour on
account of water in the oil tanks.
It is claimed that Carter advised Frcar to remove all heads of
Cable sorvico between Honolulu and San Francisco still rery bad.
SEATTLE, August 11. The schooner Lizzy Colby ha3 been
wrecked in tho Arctic.
SEOUL, August 11. Tho Japanese have captured the island of
Kangwlm. Many Koreans and six Japanese were killed.
SAN FliAXClSCO, August 11. A Japanese, supposed to be a
spy. was brought from tho Philippines on tho transport Thomas.
HONOLULU, August 11. Charles I!. Hcmonway has been ap
pointed Attorney General. All othor heads of dcpnrtinenta remain,
The schooner Luka, Captain Nolson, roturned yesterday reporting
that Laysan Island, their destination, could not be located after cruis
ing where tho Island is supposed to bo for twolvc days. Captain Rose
hill will go out with the Luku this week.
Associate Justice Ballon returned yesterday on the second trans
port. Govornor Carter will not be ablo to attend tho inauguration core
monios. Ho is finishing his work at home.
Judge Dolo has decided the liodiek citizen papers in favor of tho
applicant. Dunne has appealed and tho papors are hold up.
TANG IE I'S, tia Manila, August 11. rn a battlo yesterday be
tweon troopu of tho allies and Moorish tribesmen tho latter wcro to
pulsed with heavy losses, f-
ball was dven last r.iirht in honor of
Mundbn. Thev will all leave on the
Pacific Coast can never be wrested
Associated Press expects nbrnial
The inauguration ceremonies today
S. M. Ballou was hurt vnstnriw.
Her iniuries are not. H,.rfni.H
gaine yesterday bv a score of S fn
Vice-President Fairbanks will visit Ha
will begin at lOo'clock this morning
midnight the tcleuranh situation
President Roosevelt personally will
striking telegraphers and employers.
negro disfranchisement hill has nas.
-McLain has not been released but taken
. i.- JBtrti.