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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. AUGUST 3 l, j 907
What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
LODGE MAUI, No. 5)8 V, A. F. & A.
, Stated mcetins will be hold at
isonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
iVfiturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren arc cordially in
vlted to attend.
D. II. CASE, ft. W. V.
t. f. . Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. li KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will bo held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall Wnilukti
on Saturday AujjustHl, Sept. 14th.
All visiting members arc cordially
invited to attend.
W. S. MOUNTCxS.STLE.C. C.
D. U. DAVIS, K. OPR. &S.
IljUGII M. COKE.
' Don't send away for anything
when vou can net what you need
w , "
from us. Wo save you tho freight
Chamois skins. Syringes, Hot
Water Bags, Plasters, Wood Alco
hoi Liquozone, Dioxogcn, Hydro
gen Peroxide, Creolin-Pearson,
Somnos, Antiphlogistine, Lithia
Tablets, Milk of Magnesia, Lydia
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
Listerine, Camphcnol, Swamp
Root, Pepto-Mangan, Peruna, Vin
Mario" i and a hundred otlie pe
parauons, which we sell at the
manufacturer's printed list-price.
MAUi DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under tho Laws of
tho Ropublic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. II. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. F. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Chas. M. Cooke, President W. T. Robinson, Vice-President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
R. A. Wadsworth, Director D. FI. Case, Director
FIFTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, 1907
Loans and Overdrafts .'.$122,237.50
U. S. Bonds 16,500.00
Premium on U. S- Itonds 450.00
Other Bonds (Quickly con-
Cash on hand and due from
banks .N. 44.99-5t
Banking House l'urniture and
Due from U. S. Treasury S25.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, I ss
COUNTY OF MAUI, (
t n T T.ufkin. Cashior of the
that the above is tru? to the best of
Subscribed and sworn to before
Visit the Great Crater
East Maui, See the Rubber Plantations
and Picturesque Keanae.
SELLS LIQUOR WITHOUT A LICENSE.
Camp Five Carries Large Stock of Liquors
Sells same to Thirsty Porto Rican.
Native Committed for Rape.
On Saturday tho 2Hh, tho Low
worth party consisting of Hon: and
Mrs. Nicholas, Longwornh, Miss
AJico MncFarlano, and A. L. C.
Atkinson, and Harry McFarlane
after breakfast at the II. P. Bald
win's Puunene came to Makawao
They visited the cannery and
the pineapple plantations at Haiku
and took lunch at Maluhia.
Later they departed for Olinda
House, the mountain home of Mr.
and Mrs. II. A. Baldwin of Hamii
kuapoko, Here they were joined
by W. O. Aiken of Makawjao who
acted as guide for the East Maui
At about 1 o'clock A. M. Sunday
morning tho party of six with two
servants started for tho summit of
Haleakaia reaching it about 5
o'clock. Fine views of the greatest
crater in the world were obtained.
Tho journey around tho crater's
rim down tho sandy entrance and
over tho crater's floor though some
what tedious proved most interest
ing. Sunday night was spent at Kau
po and on Monday tho party
reached liana and spent the nigh I
On Monday the Kaupo palis
were crossed and lunch taken at
tho houso of Ah Ping, tho manager
of Ripahulu plantation. On Mon
day night tho party wore enter
tained bv manager Chalmers of
Kacloku plantatioq at Hana.
On Tuesday lunch was eaten at
Keanae and the night spent at W
F. Pogue's residence, Kailua.
During this day from lana via
Nabiku to Keanae, it was rainy
the only unpleasant weather of the
On Tuesday, Keanae was reach
ed and Wednesday morning saw'
the connection of the circuit at
On Wednesday after a short rest
at W. O. Aiken's, Makawao, the
BANK OF WAILUKU
Capital Stock 5 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits 18,610.10
Dividends Unpaid , 1,400,00
Deposits , 174.973.91
' f 246,484,01
above iamed hank, do solemnly swear
my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Casiiieh.
mo this 2nd day of July, 1907:
COKE, Notary Public Sec, Jud. Circuit
of Haleakaia, Encircle
party took the train at l'aia for
Wailuku whcie the members of it
were entertained at an elaborate
luncheon bv Hon. and Mrs. A. N.
The afternoon was spent in beau
tiful lao Valley and at 0 P. M. the
visitors embarked on tho Claudino
In speaking of Haleakaia, East
Maui trip, tho Lor.gworths could
not say too much in compliment of
the beautiful scenery, stating that
it surpasses that of the Yellowstone
Park or of any place visited by
Saturday evening, the 21th, a
most enjoyable dancing party look
place at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. S. E. Taylor of Haniakuapo
ko. The attendance was large and
the weather propitious. Musis
was furniihed by a string band.
Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Wells will
probabl' return to Maui in Sep
tember. Mr. Wells who has been
in Oakland recently has entirely
recovered his health.
Mr. and" Mrs. Geo. Henderson
spent Thursday night, the 22nd,
at the top of Haleakaia.
rthur Mcintosh who has been
making a business visit to Hawaii
and Maui for the last threo weeks
returned to Honolulu Monday
George W. Wilbur, wife, and
family will soon depart for Cali
fornia. Mr. Wilbur has forseveral
years past nidst successfully man
aged .tho Kailua section of Paia
plantation and has been a promi
nent member of the Makawao Polo
Mr. Wilbur in company with
his father, Roland Wilbur, will
engage in the manufacturing of
soda water. It is rumored that
Harold Rice of Puunene will man
Tho marriago of Miss E. Mac
Goun of Makawao and Mr. Benj.
Williams of Puunene will take
place about the middle of Septem
ber at the Makawao residence of
Mrs. Dora von Tenipsky.
inspector of Schools C. W. Haiti
win is at his parents home at Hai
ku. On Tuesday, the 27th, Rev. and
Mrs. Baker of Kona of Hawaii,
made tho ascent of Haleakaia.
Miss Austin and Miss Turner
aro at Puunene cottago, Makawao.
Tho August meeting of tho Ma
kawao Literary Society took placo
on Friday evening, the 23rd, at
tho Haiku homo ot Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Alexander and was largely
attended. One of the most pleas
ing events of an interesting pro
gram was a humorous monologue
by C. G. WJiito.
Three or four inches of rain foil
in portions of Makawao during
... , . - - a
Monday and Tuesday of this wcok.
ILLICIT L1QUOU MIALING.
Suzuki and wife were before Dis
trict Mngistiate McKay on Tues
day for the illicit selling of liquor.
A Porto Rican had been to their
house and had bought liquor of
them so he said and later told the
police of the transaction.
Lieutenant of Police W. II. Rog
ers and officers Clement Crowcll
and Manuel Sequoira and the Por
to Rican went to the homo of( the
defendants where theollicers secre
ted themselves near the house while
the Porto Rican, one Juanito
Rcveira. went into the house of the
Japanese and asked for wine.
He testified that tho man told
him there was no liquor in the
house but that the wife asked him
what ho wanted and when he said
ho wanted wine and, that ho had
noney to pay for it she took two
quarter dollarsfroin him and filled
two bottles of wine. He drank a
glass from one of the bottles and
then pretended to accidentally
drop the glass which was a pie
arranged signal that ho had bought
the wine and that he had paid for
The police were at the door at
the lime and immediately rushed
into the house and arrested the
woman and the man. ' .
One of the officers had seen the
Porto Ilican givo the money to the
woman and had seen her put the
money on a sewing machine. As
the money had been previously
marked by the ofliccrs and they
had searched the Porto Rican be
fore he wei-.t into the house and as
too they found but three twenty
five cent pieces in the house and
two were marked a? those they had
given tho Poto Rican they bad no
dilliculty in identifying the money
in the possession of the woman.
She admitted she had sold the
wine to the Porto Rican and hod
received the money lor tlio same
but tho man denied having had
anything to do with the transac
In the houso tho police found
lire three gallon demijohns full of
wine, eighteen bottles of saki and
a bag of bottles of liquor. There
were probably about forty five
bottles of liquor in the ha-; which
was not opened.
The attorney for the defendants
put on no witnesses for the defen
dants but moved the discharge of
the man as there was but little
evidence against him. The motion
was granted so far as ho was con
cerned and ho was discharged.
The attorney for tho defendants
then tried to got the woman off on
a technicality but in this he was
unsuccessful and the Court fined
tho woman $1.50. An appeal was
A number of people commented
on the fact that many oflicei'B and
members of the Kahului Wholesale
and Liquor Company wero present
throughout tho trial. Whether
they wore there solely in their in
dividual capacity through friend
shin for tho defendants is not
COMMITTED POli RAPU.
Keina Maikai of Waihee was be
fore District Magistrate McKay
Tuesday of this week to answer to
the charge of connniting rape upon
tho poison of a little chi'd of Wai
lice. No evidence was put on in his
defence and he was bound over to
anncar bofore tho Grand Jury in
the October term.
Bail was fixed bv tho court at
$500 which was furnished.
Causes Two Deaths at Olaa Hawaii. Washing-,
ton Health Officials Believe it
can be Controlled.
THE GLASS TESTIMONY IS COMPLETED.
The Case Against Glass will be Decided by the Jury in a
few days. Al Kaufman Wins the Fight.
Bridge Carries 75 to Death.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 9(5 deg. test 3.90r Beets !)s. 11 Id.
HONOLULU, August 30. The
paying each child $30,000.
The brig Gallilee with a scientific parly aboard arrived here yes
HILO, August 29. 'Tlio County
struction of buildings has been declared invalid. No permits are now
necessary. A new ordinance will
Supervisors next week.
Two deaths from plague have
away from the mill. Both cases aro
Tho steamer Enterprise is now
QUISBEC, August 30. One of
lapsed carrying seventy-five persons
SAN FRANCISCO, August 30.
in the seventh round.
NEW YORK, August 30. Thirty-six thousand tons of coal have
been ordered at different points at
enroute to tho Pacific.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 30. Ths testimony in tho Glass trial
las been completed.
WASHINGTON, August 30. The health officials believe that tho
plague outbreak here can bo controlled.
PARIS, August 30. The guillotine will probably be revived here
HONOLULU, August 29. Officials and Colonel Spalding con
ferred yesterday on Knpaa land deal. Spalding would purchase tho
Pearl Harbor resolution passed
terday. The Chamber has asked in
can bottoms to use their influence.
Smuggler Whalloy died at sea
to the Coast.
LONDON, August 29. It is
has been assassinated.
PARIS, August 29. The War
troops asked for by General Drude
TQKIO, August 29.-79,000
sult of the recent floods.
CHICAGO, August'29. A son of Brigadier-General Carter was
killed yesterday by an electric shock.
MEXICO CITY, August 29. President Dias has offered his ser
vices as a mediator in a settlement of existing disputes between
Salvador' Guatemala and Nicaragua.
ARKANSAS CITY, August 29. Tho general offices of tho West
ern Union were destroyed by fire yesterday.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 29. Police Captain Moonoy who was
discharged by Dinan for raiding protected joints has been reinstated
by tho new Board of Police Commissioners.
LOS ANGELES, August 29. Commissioner Ishii in an address
here last night declared that war between the United States and Japan
is very improbable.
NIJW YORK, August 29. The striking telegraph operators have
announced their willingness to accept Roosevelt for arbitrator.
OYSTER BAY, August 29. Visiting Prince of Sweeden has been
entertained by Roosevelt.
HONOLULU, August 28. The oil warehouse fire is now supposed
to bo an attempt to conceal the theft of 2000 cases of Standard oil. Tha
order for two months is missing.
Governor Frear is going into the Kapaa land matter.
A Korean trusty escaped from jail today.
The cruiser Cincinnatti is in port for five days. The Raleigh leaves
No cable nows today.
HONOLULU, August 2S.--Secretary Mott-Smith is closely investi
gating the Nutianu dam matter.
The shareholders of Makaw'eli Plantation aro assured increased
The sailors of the O. S. cruiser Raleigh will be given pay and
shore liberty today. It is estimated that from $12,000 to $15,000 will
be spent here.
The cruiser Cincinnatti will arrivo this morning. She is now
communicating by wireless.
Mrs. Yarndloy leaves by the next Kinau to take up settlement
work at Waiakeu.
Afotg case has been settled by
Ordinance regulating the con
probably be passed by the Board of
occurred at Olaa in a camp one 'mil
loading Olaa sugar for- the Coast.
the spans of the new bridge .col
Al Kaufman knocked outSchreck
which the battleship licet Jwill call
by the Chamber of Commerce yes
public meeting owners of Ameri- '
on the transport Thomas en route
rumored that tho Sultan of Morrocco
Department has decided to send all
to calm down the insurrection.
people are homeless in Japan as a re