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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1 907
What is Best for Maui
is Best for the News
LOUGII MAUI, No. 84, A. I3. & A. Al
Stated mcciiniis will ho heh .it
TI nil. Knhului. on tho lirsi
Saturday night of each month at 7 .'.50
Visitinjj brethren are cordially in
viti'd to attend.
D. II. CASE, R. W. y.
t. f. Secretary
ALOHA LODGE NO. Ji KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at
' the Knights of Pythias Hall Wniluku
on Saturday Augiist.il, bopi. mm.
All visiting members are cordially
invited to attend.
W. S. MOUNTCASTLE, C. C.
D. H. DAVIS, K. OF R. & S.
HUGH M. COKE.
Don't send away for anything
when you can get what ybu need
from us. We save you the freight. ;
Chamois skins, Syringes, Hot
Water Bags, Plasters, Wood Alco
hol Liquozono, Dioxogen, Hydro
gen Peroxide, Cicolin-Pearson,
Somnos, Antiphlogistine, Lithia
Tablets, Milk of Magnesia, Lydia
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
Listerine, Caniphcnol, Swamp
Root, Pepto-Mangan, Peruna, Vin
Mariani and a hundred other pre
parations, which we sell at the
manufacturer's printed list-price.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooko .'.President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. II. Cooko Cashier
C. Hustaco Assistant Cashier
, E. D. Tennoy, J. A. McCandless,
C. II. 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
R. A. Wadsworth, Director D. JT. Case, Director
FIFTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, 1007
Loans and Overdrafts J122.237.50
U. S. llonds 16,500.00
Premium on U. S' Bonds 450.00
Other 1 kmds (Quickly con
Cash on hand und due from
Banking House Furniture and
Due from U. S. Treasury 25.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, cc
COUNTY OF MAUI,
I, C, D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above Mtiined bank, do solemnly swear
that the above is trua to the best of my knowledge and bflief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Casiueu.
Subscribed and sworn to before ino this 2nd day of July, 1007;
Juries for October Term are Drawn.-Court will
Hold Session in Lahaina.-Administrator
Kapu Admits Shortage,
DOUBLED PINEAPPLE PRODUCT,
Haiku Fruit and Pineapple Co. will Pack 23,000 Cases this
Year. Will Build Larger Factory to Meet Requirements.
Rev. Turner is Called to Paia Church.
CIRCUIT COURT NOTES.
The Circuit Court convened
Wednesday morning to consider
estate and divorce matters and for
the purposs of drawing juries for
the October term which will beheld
Attorney J. L. Coke as chairman
of the committee appointed to draft
resolution relative to the death of
Judge' Kahiiulelio addressed the
Court and presented the resolution?
adopted by tho whole committee
consisting of J. L. Coke, .). .
Kalua and J. M. Vivas. Mr. Coke
moved the Court that the resolu
tions be adopted and that they be
spread on the minutes of the Court
records and be a permanent part
of the records of the Court which
was so ordered by the Court.
The resolutions were as follows:
Whereas, Daniel Kahaulelio,' a
member of this circuit has been
taken from us by death and
Whereas, the said Daniel Kahau
lelio has been a useful and respect
ed resident of Lahaina and the is
land for more than half a century
Whereas, for many yeais the said
Daniel Kahaulelio has occupid
with great abilitv and satisfaction
various high and important offices
within this jurisdiction.
Therefore be it resolved that we
the members of the bar of the
county of Maui in open court in
session this day, Honorable A. N.
Kepoikai presiding, place on re
cord our feelings of grief and per
sonal loss at the death of Daniel
Kahaulelio and our sincere appre
ciation of the sterling worth as a
citizen his rare ability as an ollicer
and his loyalty and kindness as a
friend and neighbor.
Resolved that wo extend our
sympathy to the family of Judge
Kahaulelio in their great affliction
Resolved that theso Resolutions
bo spread on the minute? of tho
Capital Stock J 35,000.00
Surplus ami Profits
1 7-1 .973.9 1
HUGH M. COKE, Notary Public Sec, Jud; Circuit
Circuit Court of the Second Judicial
Judge Kahm spoke in Hawaiian
of the deceased. Ho was followed
by County Attorney D. II. Case
who moved tho adoption of tho re
solutions. Presiding Judge A. N.
Kepoikai spoke feelingly of the
sterling qualities of tho deceased
and of his Jong and intimato friend
ship for him and of his often seek
ing advice from him in time gone
by. Judge Kepoikai then ordered
the resolutions be entered of record.
A petition for declaration of heirs
of William Cooper was taken up.
The petition set forth that the es
tate was worth $800.00 cash $.500
realty and about $250 personal
property or a total of $1500.
From the evidtneo submitted it
appeared that J. P. Cockett of
Ulupalakua is the only surviving
heir of Pihi the heir of Cooper, as
his mother and Pihi were sisters
and the only members of the fain-
Some very old men were called
as witnesses and their testimony
was clear and to the point.
The affairs of the estate are in
any thing but a satisfactory state.
Some years ago while Judge J.
W. Kalua was on the bench he ap
pointed Rev. S. Kapu us adminis
trator of the estate. The adminis
trator now admits thereMs a short
age in his accounts. He camo into
the News oflice and stated that
during the time that Kalua was on
the bench that he Kalua went to
see him and told him to turn the
money over to him (Kalua) which
ho did. Asked as to tho amount
of money he paid Kalua ho said it
was over six hundred dollars. The
accounts have not yet been filed
and until that is done no oflicial
action can be taken. Tho account?
will doubtless be filed in a few days.
Tho libel suit of. Thomas Hoi
stein against is wife Eernico K.
Ilolstein was heard and a divorce
granted on tho ground of extreme
One of tho witnesses in tho suit
for divorce in the suit entitled Ko
lokahiki v. Kolokahiki was heard.
The husband of the plaintiff is a
confirmed leper and confined in
the settlement at Kalaupapa.
The juries drawn for the October
15)07 term aro composed of the fol
.IJC. Harris, Manuol Faustino,
DfcH. Davis, W. H. Field, M. K.
Keohokalolo, W. L. Mossmnn, II.
Hanrg, J. K. Smyth Jr., W. A.
Hntfle, E. A. .Reck, E. C. Thrclfall,
J. WWronn, W K. Buchanan,
Thos. Clark, Pat Cockett, W. A.
Conway, A. Enos, Sol. Fuller,
Henry Routor, S. GvXtiorrea, Geo.
II. Cuinmings, Antone Faustino,
Tkial Juuy. 1
It. A. Driimmond, E. H. Lindsay,
Jaa. Caswoll, A. Hussoy, Nod Kru
ger, P. A. Mayliold, II. P. Seghorn,
A. Wilcox, Joe Cockett, Hen Guer-
rero, A. Jackson, J. D. Seabury
C. Senile Jr., C. K. Fardeti, 1).
Kuamtt, G. K. Richardson, A.
Vicra Jr., E. II. Cockett, (loo. Coc
kett, E. K. Devauchelle, A. K.
Forsyth, J. W. K. Hose, W. F.
Jones, John Forreira. II. P. McCor
riston, Wm. Miner.
It was ordered that the grand
jury meet in Lahaina 011 October
0th and that the trial jury meet on
This session of the Court will be
held in Lahaina.
Tiie Haiku Fruit and Packing
Co, has increased its output nearly
hundred per cent. Last vom
its record was 12,000 eases of can
ned pineapples. This year 23,000
cases is the estimate with a winter
crop of 10,000 cases additional.
This seems to warrant a new and
Another domestic industry that
is doing well is that of grape-grow
ing and wine making at Kaiiimkn-
lua. La.t year the winery pressed
out .500 gallons of buvgundv, this
year 11,000 gallons is anticipated
m spite of the fact that had weath
er lias mimed the tirimes. The
yield of grapes in the Kaupakalua
sertion this' year was evidently a
hundred per cunt greater than last
year. Of the ,2 stockholders of
the local winn lompany all with
three or four-exceptions grow grapes
and .if the wine company proves
successful will increase tho area of
their vineyards. At picsent thev
are receiving 80 cents per gallon
for wine made of their grapes. The
.vin,' company has about' 19.000
gallons of wine- in storage.
At a meeting of the church and
society of the Paia Foreign Church
held at the church last Sunday
after the regular service, it was
voted to call Rev. E. 15. Turner of
Honolulu to be pastor for one year
to succeed Rev. B. V. Bazata.
Mr. Truner who has been assis
tant pastor of the Central Union
Church of Honolulu will arrive
from Honolulu today (the 4th).
His family is expected on Satur
day, the 7th.
A reception will be given Kcv.
and Mrs. Turner 011 Friday even
ing, tho loth.
Manaolu Seminary, Paia, will
open on Wednesday, the 11th Miss
Heusner, the principal states that
a full school is expected and that
all pupils s-houhl be prompt in en
tering. Last Saturday, Aug. list, Miss
Elizabeth "Matlison, the i.ew music
teacher to succeed Miss Onnerod,
arrived on Maui. Miss Mattison
is a graduate of the Oberlin Con
servatory of Music.
Plover aro returning to tho Ma
kuwao pasturos and pleasant shoot
ing will begin on the 15th. This
recalls the new hunting regulation
that no one is allowed to hunt
(carry a gun) without paying an
annual license fee of five dollars.
This rather sovero law was passed
in order to protect the game. It
has been tho custom in the past
for irresponsible people in curtain
localities to slaughter birds indis
criminately, not caring whether
tho birds have broads of voting or
Theodoro Richards of Honolulu
made a brief business visit to Mn-
kawao lust week staying only one
Row and Mrs. A. S. Baker of
Kona aro visiting Mr. und Mrs. W.
S. Nicoll of Hamakunnoko. Mr.
Raker has been quit ill, but U bet
ter. Last Friday, Aug. 30th, D. T.
Fleming of Grove Ranch departed
Continued qu.'age 6.
Governor Frear Considers Plan to Assist Counties-Treasurer
Campbell Seeks to
Float new Bond Issue.
1 j wuaaueu wuu
Jailor is Accused of Murdering
iain uoject to Employment ot Hindu Labor to Exclusion
of Whites Abcrcrombic Corrmits Suicide.
(si-uciAi. to run maui ni-ws.i
Sugar 0(j deg. test U.!)2 Beets 10s. 21d.
HONOLULU, September G. Governor Frear is considering a
plan whereby the Counties may got more money for improvements
President Pinkham of the Board of Health publishes a warning
today against using Nuuanu water without first boiling or filtering.
Treasurer Campbell leaves today to 1 Ion 1 the new bond issue auth
orized Oy the last Legislature after first obtaining the approval' of the
High Sheriff Henry proceeded to Kauai last night. Enoka LovcJI,
the Lihuu jailor, is accused of murdering a prisoner by kicking him to
BELLING HAM, Wash. September G. As a result of the anti
Hindu agitation 500 recently arrived Hindus were taken to jail for
protection. A mob of 500 attacked the mills where they were employ
ed to the exclusion of white men and completely wrecked the plant.
PARIS, September G. Tho situation in Morroco is serious. Tho
Moorish forces in resisting tlx; attempts to subjugate them will pro
bably lead to dissention between France and Germany.
SAX FRANCISCO, September G.-Request has been made upon
Mayor Taylor to pay the expenses of the Federal aid in suppressing
the plague. Friction results and the President of the Board of health
W. II. Abcrcrombie. formerly consul at Nagasaki, committed sui
cide. HONOLULU, September 5. The following dispatch was received
yesterday by tho High Sheriff:
High Sheriff Honry,
Come to Kauai by first steamer. Grave importance.
. . (Signed) SHERIFF RICE.
No intimation can be had in regard to the matter.
C. F. Chillingworth is expected to return home' by the steamer
HONOLULU, September 4. Attornoy-General Hcmenway en
dorses Auditor Fisher's action relative to Nuuanu dam payments.
Sailors from the fleet in port complain of bad treatmont at the
hands of the Honolulu police.
The steamer Sierra with a heavy passenger list, including the
Bulletin beauties, leaves at 5 p. in.
PARIS, September 5. The situation in Morroco is again most
serious and will probably necessitate sending more troops to operaU
under General Drudc.
ANTWERP, September 0. The military is in control of the city.
During a fight yostordav twentv stril Corf) U'firn ini'n A
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started doing damage to the amount
PEKING, Sonlembor 0. Yuen
gressive Parly, hai been appointed
BERKELEY, September o. Tho University will shortly begin a
series of experiments with' fleas to doterminc tho extent to which they
may transmit bubonic plague.
PARIS, Soptembor 5. The King of Anain, tho visiting Siamese
ruler, has announced his abdication in favor of his son.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sentembor. Louis Gl
, , " ntlllUIIKL'U
to live years in San Quentin.
HONOLULU, September 4. A mooting pf the stockholders of tho
Automatic Telephone Co. ratified the deal made with Gilmnn and .1
company is assured.
Tho new pump at the Nuuanu dam ha j broken down and Superin
tendent Holloway's resignation is imminent.
William L. Whitney, at present First District Magistrate of Hono
lulu, will be tho First Deputy Attornoy-Genoral and D. II. Caso of
Maui a possible second deputy. Frank Andrado is to bo Fwst Die
Ewa plantation hni finished grinding hor crop which exceeds 32C00
Many sailors from the cruisers in port are ashore.
Heretaniii street is to have a limited ton minute car sorvice.
No Mainland news received this, morning.
CASA RLANCA, September l.-ln an ongagainent vogterday witli
I' rench troops the Moors were repulsed and lost honvily."
HAVANA, September I. The masons have gone on a strike,
They demand pay in American coin.
MADRID, September l.-A fleet of war vessels has Loeu ordcrod
to proceed to the scene of trouble in Morroco,
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Prisoner by Kicking Him to
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