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: 'SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 1907
THE MAUI NEWS
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Observe also its uniform whiteness and freedom
from all smell of dump or mouldiness; note its fineness
and the absence of lumps.
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and bread and cakes and biscuits. Your grocer sells it.
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g We Want Your Trade and Will Do Our
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Chns. M. Cooke, Pres. C. D. Lufkin,
R. A. Wndworth. Director
FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT CLOSE OV BUSINESS, JUNK 30, 1907
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts.... 35,976.35
Cash and Exchanges j 1,604.16
U. S. Bonds 6,250.00
Other Bonds (Quickly con
Premium on U. S. Bonds 220.00
Furniture and Fixtures 1,175.00
Five Per Cent. Fund 312-50
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
COUNTY OF MAUI
I, C. !. Lufkin, Cashier of the above
aoovc siaieuicni is true 10 uie uii ui my Knowledge aim ueiiei. ,
C. I). LUFKIN, Cashier.
- Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of Julv, 1907.
HUGH M. COKE, Notary Putlic .Sec. Jud. Circuit.
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in stock, remember that a word to us is all that is
necessary, we'll to the rest.
We carry all the staple grocories, as well as tho
fancy. Dry Goods, Gent's
Hay and Grain.
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Commencing with July 1st 1007
Train No. 7, Wailuku Freight will
not lenve Kahului uutll 1 P. M. duily.
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Cnshicr Win. Henning, Vice-Pres.
V. L Decoto, Director
capital btocK 25,000.00
umiivmeci proms 15J.36
Due to 1-anks , ., 212.19
Circulation : ,7. 6,350.00
Dividend unpaid.,..., 750.00
named biik, do solemnly swear that the
Que Needuatn reed Organ, a bar
May fee tn at A. Fernanda Jr's.
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(Continued front Page I.)
The Cierk was instniuted lo ans
wer llto coininunicatioti to the
I'tTi-ct tlint Supervisor, Ilnia claims
that ho had the full right to put a
road through tho place mentioned,
and therefore the County is under
110 obligation to put a fence as per
request of N. Omsted; and the
Board ignores all further claims.
The Cleric was instructed to no
tify the County Engineer to make
a description of tho land in ques
tion, and 011 the receipt of the
siiine, request the County Attorney
to draw up the proper papers con
cerning the same.
Report, of the Sheriff was taken
up arid ordered placed on lile.
The Chair appointed Supervisor
Kaiue a Committee, of one to look
into the advisability of putting up
a Jail Building ut Camp l.Spreck-
Supervisor Haiti inquired of the
Board whether or not contracts in
small amounts on road work could
not bo given out. The Chair re
plied there were no objections.
Applications for the position of
Road Overseer at Molokai were
taken up for consideration, appli
cants being Levi Mahini,.Toel Na
kaleka, tfnd S. K. Kekahuna.
The County Clerk was instruct
ed to find out from Attorney Case
whether or not Joel Nakalekn, a
member of the Legislature could
bo appointed I'oad Overseer for
Action on applications for Road
overseer Molokai was deferred.
Applications for the position of
County Supt. of Roads were taken
up for consideration. The appli
cants were John IT. Wilson, J. L.
Osmer, Geo. Grove, TI. It. Hitch
cock, and Chas. O'Sullivan.
Mr. Meyer presented Resolution
thereby creating the position of
County Supt. of Roads and mov
ed the adoption of the same
Seconded by Mr. Haia and carried.
Mr. Kaiue presented Resolu
tion thereby appointing John IT
Wilson, County Supt. of Roads
and moved the adpption of the
same. Seconded by Mr. Meyer
1 he Clerk was instructed to
notify Mr. John II. Wilson of his
appointment and also to acknow
ledge the receipt of the other ap
The applications artd 'the com
munication of S. Keliinoi A?s
Seev Countv Ex-Committee were
ordered placed on file.
Communication of E. T. Winan
Secy Bishop Estate was ordered
placed on file. The Clerk was in
structed to notify the County En
gineer to have tho matter referred
to in this communication attend
ed to at the first opportunity, and
also to acknowledge the receipt of
the communication, stating that
the matter had been overlooked by
the County Engineer, and would
bo -at tended, to at once.
Report of the County Engineer
for the. last month was taker, up
and the same was ordered planed
The Clerk was instructed to an
swer Mr. Edgar Morton that the
Board does not soe its way clear to
grant his request for a raise in his
Communication of the Executive
Committee of the Urd Proceinct
Third Reoresontntive District, Re
publican Party in re relocation of
road at Honokawal was taken up for
consideration, and the same was or
dered r'aced on HI. The Clerk was
instructed to nnswoi the eommcniea
t ion to the effect that the whole
matter is left in the hands of Super
Ordinance No. 8 was read and
action on the same was deferred un
III tomorrow mornins?.
Oroinan.' ck No. '4,nnd 10 were rend
and anion on the ame was deferred
until lb. next wieetliiB.
At ,r) 45 P. M , Mr. Kaiue moved to
rdjourn until 10 A. M. tomorrow.
Seconded bv Mr. Haia and carried.
Friday, A up. 9 th, 1907.
The Chair called the Board to or
der 10 A. M- Alhpresent.
The minutes of the Preeeeding
Meeting were read and tho same
weie approved as read.
Mr. Meyer moved that Mr. R. C.
Searle Jr. be appointed Pound Mast
er for llonolun iu the District of La
haina, with the Pound at Honolua
Cattle Pen in said Honolua, which
motion was seconded by Mr. Kaiue
Mr. Meyer presented Resolution
3G7 thereby appropriating the fol
lowing sums amounting in tho aggro
gate to 31, 000.00 Dollars In the
amounts and for tne several accounts
to bo known and desiirnatcd as fol
Salury Supervisors f 1500.00
Inculcntals Supervisors 400 00
lloiids County Officials 50.00
Town Clock Wniluku 30.00
Eurniture and Office supplies.... 500.00
County Building 250,00
Support and Maintenance of In
Expense of Janitor 60.00
Office Rent 325.00
Examiner of Chruiffera 50.00
Witness Fees and Mileage Act
53 i-7 500.00
Salary County Clerk 600.00
Salary Assistant Clerks 660.00
Incidentals County Clerk 50.00
Salarv Auditor 750.00
incidental!) a mil tor 7S-o
Salary Treasurer 750 00
Incidentals Treasurer 25.00
Salary Hack and Sanitary In
Incidentals II, & S. Inspectors... 75-00
Salary County Engineer 950.00
incidentals Loitnty Engineer... 2&0.00
Salary County Supt. of Uoads... 900.00
Incidentals County Supt. of
Salary Assistant Engineer
balary Louuty Attorney 900.00
Salary Deputy County Attorney 480.00
Salary Stenographer County 300.00
Incidentals County Attorney 250.00
Salary Sheriff 900.00
Salary Sheriff's Clerk 540.00
Salary Deputy Sheriffs 2340.00
Iiy of Police Wailuku....' 3690.00
l'av of Police I.ahaina 2280.00
Pay of Police Mukawao 2160.00
Pay of Police liana 1770.00
Pav of Police Molokai 1260.00
Pay of Specials All Districts 250.00
Coroners Inquest 150.00
Expenses Medical Attendance.. 100.00
Expense Examination of Insane 150.00
Uxpcnscot witnesses 50.00
Incidentals Sheriff 1000.00
Support and Maintenance of
Mile Posts 600.00
Street Lights Wailuku... 260.00
Street Lights I.ahain 200.00
Moved tho adoption of the same.
Seconded by Mr. Haia and carried.
Mr. Haia presented Resolution No.
307 hereby appropriating the follow
inj sums amounting in the aggregate
to $38500.00 'out of the Cencnal Funds
in the amounts and for the several
accounts to bo known and designated
as hereinbelow set forth.
Uoads and.llridges Lahaina 8S55.00
Uoads and Bridges Wailuku...... 11165.00
Uoads and liridges East Maka-
West Makav.-ao 65S7.50
Uoads and Bridges liana 5197.50
Uoads and Bridges Molokai 2695,00
Moved the adoption of the same.
Seconded by Mr. Meyer and carried,
by the following aye and no votes:
Ayes W. HenningW. P. Haia, P.
E. Kaiuoand T. T. Meyer. Noes:
T. M. Church.
Mr. Kaiue presented Resolution
3(38 therebv raising the pay of the
Light Keepers of Lahaina and War
luku $5.00 eacli per month, and mov
ed the adoption of tho same. Second
ed by Mr. Meyer and carried.
The Chair appointed Mr. Kaiue a
Committee of One lo look into the
matter of a Dumping Ground for the
The County Attorney presented a
verbal opinion to the effect that un
der the Organic Act, Nakaleka would
not he eligible to tho office of Road
overseer at Molokai. Being a mem
bcr of tho Legislature.
Ordinance No. 8 was taken up for
consideration. Mr. Church moved the
adoption of tho Ordinance No. 8.
Seconded by Mr. Kaiuo and carried
by tho following aye and no votes:
Ayes: T. M. Church, W. P. Haia,
W. Henninu, S. E. Kaiue and T. T.
Mr. Church moved that the County
Attorney is hereby instructed to
lake such necessary stops to perfect
title lo tlio new Paliuli Road by ex
change of deeds or otherwise. Sec
onded by Mr. lvalue andcarried.
The Clerk was instructed to request
the County Attorney to prepare an
Ordinance amending Ordinance No.
2 Section 2 making the time of ad
vortising an Ordinance 0110 instead
of two weeks.
The Cork was instructed to notify
the County Attorney to prepare a
Resolution to petotion thu new Gov
ernor to tuke the necessary steps to
secure tho approval by the President
of our Bond Issue.
Mr. Haia moved that Mr. Meyer
bo appointed temporary Road Over
seer for the District of Molokai.
Seconded by Mr. lvalue and carried..
The Clerk was instructed to notify
the Couniv Engineer to have built in
front or the Co.'iity. Building a cement
walk to the si rcet, and to proceed
with thatwotk at the earliest oppor
There being no furihcr business,
Mr. Kaiue moved to adjourn, Sec
onded by Mr. Meyer and carried.
FAST GAME AT WELL'S IMRK.
A lively and closelv contested
game of baseball was witnessed
last Sunday afternoon at Well's
Park between the La Palomas of
Wailuku and a picked team from
The game resulted in favor of
the Kahuluis by a score of '.) to 2,
the winners scoring their runs in
the seventh inning owing to several
errors and bad throws by the La
II. M. Ayvcs Uouml Over Joi' Trinl,
Honolulu. August 10. H. M. Ayres
editor of Hit1 Referee, who was arrest
e:l yesterday afternoon by United
States Deptil v Mar-hall Winter on
'he charge f sending obscene mutt or
thouirh 'he mails, was this morning
bound over by United States Com-mis'-i.inei-ficurtre
A. Davis to trial
by the U S. District Court. Bail
was fixed at $1000, which was given
and AyrcR was released froifl custody.
Thr t. Pulolo story is the' cause of
all the pilikia. Tho warrant was
sworn to by Poslofliee Inspector
Frank J. Hare, and charging the
Referee editor specifically with send
ing through the Honolulu postoffico
to District Magistrate W. L. Whitney
a copy of the isje of the Referen of
June 22 containing t li e P.tlolo story.
.lodge Whitney was one of the prin
cipal witness examined by Cominis
sinner DavN, and leMilied to re
ceiving through the nostoflice the
copy of the paper referred to. The
paper in question was produced in
Pos-toOiw'o Inspector flare testitied
to tho Referee going, .through the
Honi lulu postnffic, anil stated t hit
the issue' of June 22 was mailed Post
master Pratt gave similar testimony.
Hare, In addition, slated that lie
had refered the issue containing; the
Palolo story to the Postal authorities
at Washington and tliev had sent it
back with advice that the story
was obscene, lewd and lascivious
within the meaning of the statue. On
receipt of such advices, lie had sworn
out a warrant charging Ay res with
violation of the Federal laws.
Commi-sioner Davis said that in
his opinion the obsce ity complained
of was inferential, that is, there was
no word in tho story winch by itself
could be called obscene. "1 had," he
said, "some doubts about the article
in evidence, as to whether or not it
wes obscene, lewd and lascivious with
in the meaning, of the statute. It, is
the duty of tiie Commissioner to find
out first whether or not the law has
been violated before committing tho
defendant. Tho words used in the
Palolo story are not. themselves
obscene, but the whole story is
obscevc and ought not to - pass
through the mails. The Government
has made out sucli a case as requires
me to commit tho defendant for trial,
which I accordingly do, atid I commit,
him for trial to the United States
District C urt to be held on October
District Attorney Rreckons asked
that bail be fixed iu the sum of $1000,
stating that in view of the fact that
tho penalty might be as heavy as a
fine of $5000 and Imprisonment for
five years, ho did not think this
amount excessive. Tlio Commissioner
ordered thst bail be fixed in the
amount asked, and slated that any
sureties approved by the District
Attornoy would bo acceptable lo him.
Shortly afterward Ayresgavobail,
himself and was rejoased from cus
lust Right foe London's Snni'Ic;
Jack London has secured just the
man that ho wants for iho navigator
and commander of the Snark, iu the
person of Captain J. L, Warren,
London Is naturally of a ather ad
venturous spirit and wants tho same
kiud of men on his vessel. In Warren
ho should surely bo satisfied. Warren
has followed tin sea over since youth,
and his largo experience as officer
and commander on various vessels,
both sailing and steam, fits him iu
every way for tho position, while,
when it comes to adventures, Warren
has also had his s riare.
He was one of the members of the
famous party which went to Terra
del Fuego in 181)7 in search of gold.
This party, which was called the
Ransotne party, after Its leader, a
prominent b. sinessman of Cleveland,
Ohto, sailfd from New York In a
schooner which had been in use in
that port as a pilot boat. There
were nine members all told and they
were prepared to scoop gold from
the sand on Terra del Fuego by the.
Captain Warren was at that time
the fit st officer of the steamer .lulie
Park, which was lying in Buenos
A.vres. When the little party reach
ed that port they made quite a stay,
taking on supplies lo last, them for
nearly a year. Warren heard of
their adventure, and since, ho had a
little money saved up and they need
ed a navigator, he asked for the job,
specifying, however, that lie should
come into the scheme on thu same
share that, all the others were taking.
This was agreeable to the mst and
he joined the expedition.
The schooner wns loaded dotvn with
a dredge, heavv cables with which it
could be anchored out from shore,
rillo. in CMe tho natives should tie
hostile, and everything that cou'd bo
thought of, that might be needed in
the long slay.
For six long months the members of
the p.irty worked on their mines, find
ing the color of gold everywhere, but
never finding it in sufficient quanti
ties to pav. The chief thing which
caused tlio expedition to fail was tho
fact that not one of the prrty knew
any tiling about tho work which they
After six months of 1 ard work tho
Ransome parly returned lo civiliza
tion, tak'ng $18 worth of gold dust
as the result of their larbor.
They sailed up to Point Arena,
the wool port of Chile, where the
schooner was sold for $2000, which
was evenly divided among the mem
bers of the party that all might get.
homo. All their monev had boon spent
and the only souvenir of the trip wns
the $18 worth of gold dust. Adver
tiser. Huelo Clit pcb Re Dedicated.
Last Sunday August. 11th, the Hu
elo Hawaiian Church was rededicat
ed with lilting ceremonies. Tho heavy
storm that had boon prevalent for
several days had made tho gulches
impassable on Friday, but on Satur
day a good many nntiveshad gather'
ed for tho occasion. Revs. H. K.
Poopoo, E. S. Timoteo and R. B.
Dodge were present from a distance.
while Revs. KnaMua, laea and Kabi
la represented the neighboring
Rev. S. S. Timoteo preached tho
sermon and Rev. H. K. Timoteo off
er the prayer of dedication.
Rev. R. R. Dodgo reported a small
outstanding debt which it is expected
will be cleared off in a short time,
Many who promised to contribute
could not bo present to give their
offering in person.
Revs. Timoteo and Poopoo am
spending the remainder of the week
on Ma- i, but leave Tuesday for Ha
waii. A Correction.
Wailuku, Aug. 11th 1907.
Editor Maui News:
I beg to call your attention to
the fact that your statement as to
T T TT T tt .
mi-, u. 11. uavis unless is erroneous.
First, as to the nuturo of his illness;
second, as to tho implication that
Mr. Davis was my patient.
Mr. Davis was under tlio care of
Dr. R.TL Dinegar, who called me in
solely on his own initiation as a con.
J. II. RAYMOND, M. D.
thipnncse Will Pay Alone Kop
Tho Japanese barbers have decided
to r'a'se their prices and from now on
will charge 25 cents for ahaircrt in
stead of 15 cents. They do this as
tho result of the now regulations con
cerning baibors which have been
made by the Board of Health, Tho
interesting featuro comes iu tho fact
that the liaole barbers havo made no
attempt to advauco the price as yet,
but the first step has beon taken by
the Orientals. Advertiser.
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