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THE MAUI NEWS'
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1907
Their most surprising item,
Because of the great Ileniz
choice; and in three short years
largest item in the Heinz trade.
The very finest beans procurable and baked, not boiled.
The best seed, ground without exposure to air.
its capricious pungency lost. Seasoned to a smooth
lant after the manner of the French.
Try these products and all others of the "57 Varieties."
Ileiiiz success due in a large measure to alb their goods being
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
H. Haokfelcl & Co..
I Maui Wine
OUR GOODS gARE RIGHT
OUR SERVICE IS RIGHT
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
5 Wc Want Your Trade and Will Do Our
Best to Hold lt.
Clias. M. Cooke, Pres.
R. A. Wadswurth,
C. V. IyUfkin,
FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT CI.OSK OF BUSINESS, JUNE 30, 1907
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts...,
Cash and Exchanges
U. S. lionds
Other Bonds (Quickly con
vertible) Premium on U. S. Bonds
furniture and Fixtures
Five Per Cent. Fund
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
COUNTY OF MAUI
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above
above statement is true to the best of my
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
J If thcro is anything you dosiro that is not carried
in stock, remembor that a word to us is all that is
necessary, we'll to the rest.
J Wo carry all the staple groceries, as well as tho
fancy. Dry Goods, Gent's .Furnishings, Hardware,
Hay and Grain.
J Wo aro headquarters for. Ihisoball goods.
3 WASLUKU CASH STORE.
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DR. F. A. ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON.
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,
for why not bake your own
cookery. People have their
baked brans have become the
Jt - .
& Liauor Co. I
Win. Helming, Vice-l'rcs.
Capital Slock 25,000.00
Undivided Profits 154. 36
Due to Banks..'.- 212. 19
named bank, do solenuily swear that the
knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
2nd day of July, 1907.
COKE, Notary Puliic Sec. Jud. Circuit.
Thoroughbred Scotch Collie. Suit,
able reward paid for information for
the recovery of aroe.
Notify W. H. Field, W'alluku, or
W. L. JJecoto, Lfthaina. tf.
(Continued front 1'ngo I.)
for the Coast for a vacation of
Father Edward has recently
conic to Paia. lie has charge of
catholic churches nt Pnia, Puunene,
and other place?.
Geo. V. Wilbur and family will
locate at Los Angeles. His father
has already started a soda water
F. 15. Atwater of Haiku has just
returned from the national teach
ers' association meeting held at
Los Angeles, Cal.
Arthur Collins has succeeded
Harry Foss at Ilamakuapoko as
purveyor for the Maui Agrioultuial
To-day, tho -1th, Sam Baldwin
returned to the Coast after a vaca
tion spent with his parents, lie is
a senior at Vale.
lion. Levi Joseph and a number
of Ilawaiians met the Longworth
party while on their recent trip
at the pali, just outside of Kipahu
lu, decorated them with lets, and
escorted them to Manager Ah Ping's
At Wailua on the other side of
Kipahulu on their way to liana.
Geo. 0. Cooper met the party
with a carriage gayly adorned witli
bunting and provided them with
August lias been the most rainy
month of the year, and kamaainas
wettest August in 27
tin ttle.sliijis for Pacific.
FORT MONROE, Va.,' August 25.
Fifteen of llie IG battleships whieh
will make the cruise to the Pacific
next winter lie at anchor here, ready
to put to sea tomorrow foi fleet drills
nid battle maneuvers. Rear Admiral
Evans, commander in chief of the
Atlantic llect, returned to his flag
ship, the Connecticut, yestcrdoj, and
although he has not spoken a word
ol his conference with President
Roosevelt in Oyster Bay on Friday,
it is now realized that there is no
turning back in the policy which will'
strength"!! American prestige by
t ransforting the bull; of the American
sea power to the Pacific, where
national responsibilities and interests
Since President Roosevelt has or
dered that the utilise be made via
the straits of .Magellan San Francisco
and Paget Sound, no officer can ex
press the opinion, held by so many,
from Rear Admit al Evans down, that
the Suez route to the Pacific is far
President Roosevelt found out at
the conference on Friday that the
fleet requires only general repairs of
the usual fall docking to b ready for
the cruUeof 13,772 knots from Hamp
ton roads to 3a n vraneisco.
15,000 OFFICERS AND MEN. "
At uo time, if present plans are
followed, will the fleet be separated.
This means that 1(! biir battleships
will visit five South American ports
at four of which never more than
four have been seen at nne lime. It.
means that 15,000 oflieers and men
must bo given libertv in at least, two
of the pnrts of call, where not more
than 800 ever have gone ashore be
fore. It means that 28 colliers will
bo reouired to ship to the ports where
the fleet will stop the coal necessary
(or them to make the voyage.
Here is the itinerary for thocruiso
o'ihe battleship fleet and its half
Leave Hampton road December
15, 1907; ariive.at Trinidad 17S0
knots, December 23; leave Trinidad
December 28, arrive at Rio Janiro,
2300 knots, January 10; leave Rio
Janeiro January 10, arrive ut Pimta
Arenas tSandy poini), 2230 knots,
January 20;. leave Punta Arenas
January 31, arrive at Callao, 2850
knots. February 13: leave Callao
February 19, arrive at Magdalena
bay. 3012 knots, March 5, leave Mag
dalena bay after target uractioo
April 5, arrive at San FrarfcUco, 1000
knots, Apni 10. Total distance.
13,772 knots; total cruising days, 53;
total days in port coaling and target
Tho torpedo flotilla itinerary is as
Hampton roads to San Juan, 1280
knots; Sau Juan to Trinidad, 510
knots; Tiinidad to Paru, 1050 knots;
to Pernambuco, 1101 knots:
Pernambuco to Rio. Janeiro, HSOMiave undergone quarantine.
knots; Rio Jnneiro to Buenos Ayres,
1100 knots; Buenos Ayres to Punta
Arenas, 1312 knots; Punta Arenas
to Talcalniaiia, Chile, 1211 knots;
Talcahuana to Callao, 1500 knots;
Callao tu Panama, 1500 knots; Pana.
ma to Acapulco 800 knots; Acapulco
to Magdalena bay 712 knots; Mag
dalena bay to San Francisco 1000
knots. Total distance 11.9SI knots;
estimated cruising time at 210 knots
a day, 71 days; estimated days in
Tho torpedo flotilla will be ready to
steam about December 15, but the
acturl date has tint been settled.
Regarding the flotilla it is more
difficult to plan thn time of arrival
and departure at the ports of call
than with the battleships, but. if the
flotilla leaves Hampton roads in the
middle of December it may bo ex
pected to arrivn at San Francisco
about Mav 1.
Fifteen of the sixteen battleships
which will m,ike the cruise will leave
tho anchorage they now occupy on
December 15 and will not. bo home
again until their anchors catch hot
torn within Golden Gate. Indications
are that their stay al Sim Francisco
may be short, for the feeling of l lit?
well informed in the fleet is that be
fore another year has passed tnojt of
the ships will be in the Philippines
President Roosevelt's well known
plan for a globe girding cruise made
possible by bringing the ships home
via Suez, k considered probable of
fruition onlv at a remote dav. Before
the battleships return from the Pa
cific it is expected thatthe true ocean
standard will have been recognized in
the American naval policy and the
way paved for the construction of a
navy large enough to protect the na
tin fritn the foe, either in tno Allan
tic or the Pacific.
Tho Philippines are the ultimate
destination of the armored cruisers
Tennessee and Washington, which
eary in October will steam ftom here
for San Francisco under command of
Rear Admiral Sebree.
When only 1000 knots from its des
tinatiou the fleet will go into Magda
lena bay, Mexico,, and spend one.
month in competitive gun lire. Tin
placid waters of Magdalena bay offer
exceptional facilities for this work.
When all the ships havo completed
their gun lire practice, coal will be
taken on, anchors weighed and the
last leg of the cruise will begin, loend
live davs later in the great naval dis
play which Secretary Metcalf lias
promised to the people of San Fran
lo aid the plans of the United
amies, metico nas given permission
for the American government to an
chor a coal hulk in Magdalena bay
t or several years divisions of the
Pacific coast fleet have held target
practice in Magdalena bav bv court
esy of Mexico. Permission for increas
ed coaling facilities is hoped by some
naval officers to prove a step in the
direction of acquisition of an Amer
ican naval base at Magdalena bay
rresRient Koosevelt will instruct
tho state department officially to
notify the British, Brazlllian, Chilean,
Peruvian and Mexican governments
that the. Uuited States purposes
sending its principal battleship fleet
on a cruise which will causo its vessels
to call at certain of their ports. All
the other governmeuts of South
America will be notified, for the sec
ond torpedo fleet will make more
ports than the battleship, the little
"vipers of the sea" having inferior
steaming' radius and for safety's sake
skirting the coast.
Liputenant Hutch I Cone will go
to Provincotowu, Mass., on Septem
her 15 and pick from tho eight des
troyers now composing the second
flotilla the six in best condition to
make the long cruiso.
The eight are the Hopkins, Lieu
tenant, A. G. Howe; the Hull. Lieu
tenant Ja. H. Tomb; tho Stewart,
Lieutenant J. F. Hilhveg; tho Trux-
un, Lieutenant J. V. Habcock; the
Whipple, Lieutenant Edward Woods,
uul the Vvorden, Lieutenant Victor
Quarantine Now on Here Agoinat
Honolulu, Sept. 2: Honolulu is
quarantining against San Francisco
on account of the epidemic of bubonic
plague now iu the coast city and
heroafter every vnssol leaving San
Francisco for Hawaii ports will be
requlrod to be fumigated before do
parture and recoivo tho certificate
of tho health authorities at San
FranoisCo that the shi
Though Honolulu has been a clean
port for months the California health
authorities have required that ves
sels leaving here for San Francisco
be fuinir,a'.cd and otherwise handled
here prior to departure, the llono
lulu quarantine service certifying to
such handling. Now Honolulu (juarau
tines againiit San Francisco and the
ports are quarantined against each
Dr. Carl Riitnus, assistant surgeon,
United States Marine Hospital si-r
vice, for this port, in charge in tho
absence of Dr. Cofer, yesterday re
eeived from Washington cabled in
structions to at once apply the
quarantine to all vessels from San
Francisco on account of an ep'dcinio
of bubonic plague there.
San Fri nciseo has been doing
everything possible to keep quiet the
fact of plague existing there and has
been most demanding in requiring
that vessels undergo quarantine and
be fumigated hero before leaving for
that city or be held up there for
several days under the yellow flag,
San Francisco seeming to fear that
plague might be introduced lher
from this port, whereas there are
g od reasons to believ , now, that
the few eases of plagup which have
orcir red on ll. is island in past months
may nve been brought here from
Dr Ramus stated yesterday even
ing that the cabled instructions from
Washington were to be put into force
immediately and irinn the arrival of
a vessel from San Francisco she wil'
be treated just as arc treated vessels
arriving here from the Orient, being
subjected to a rigid examination of
passengers and crow outside the
harbor and, unless she brings the
certificate of the Sin Francisco
marine hospital .-civic- to the effect
that slic has undergone precaution
nrv treatment before leaving that
port, she will be put into quarantine
here and not allowed to coine to her
Plague conditions are -orious in
Snn Francisco. John Kelly, the
Sierra's coalpasser who has the
disease, came from E street, near
the Ferry building, San Francisco, in
the district from which were taken
numerous cases of plague.
The Pacific Mail S. S. Asia, due
here this afternoon from San Fran
cisci, and the Matson Navigation S.
S Ililonian, due here Thursday from
San Francisco, having left San Fran
cisco before the new orders from
Washington could go into effect and
therefore not having undergone
quarantine and fumigation at San
Francisco for a clean bill of health to
eater here, will be ordered into
quarantine immediately upon arrival
at this port.
The Asia will suffer little or no in
convenience through this order, for
she is a foreign bottom, although
operated by the Pacific Mail, and
brings 110 passengers for Honolulu
except perhaps two or three stop
overs and she has no freight for tins
port. She will want coal and water
aud orcfiuarily puts dirty linen ashore
for washing. She can take her coal
and wator in quarantine without
much trouble.. She may have to wash
tier soiled linen aboard. With the
Ililonian the new quarantine against
San Francisco will be another matter
e . 1 ,
ior hoc orings numerous passengers
and considerable freight from Snn
I'rancisco for Honolulu. Not ha . in"
boen, fumigated on the Coast she will
havo to ho fumigated here and her
freight, too, many undergo fumiga
tion, her steerage passetigors, if
any, taking the seven day quirautine
on the island, her cabin passengers
being allowed lo land after careful
examination, as was the case with
the Sierra when she arrived with a
case of plague aboard last Friday.
The orders from Washington, sent
to San Francisco and to this port.
orderitr; borts leaving tho Golden
j Gato to leave clean for Hawaii and
ordering Honolulu to see that they
get here clean, in order to protect
Honolulu from the Sin Francisco
plague, double the burdeu on all
vessels plying between the two ports,
unless San FrancLco's quarantine
against Honolulu should bo raised,
which should bo the case about tho
end of this month if local health con
dltions continue as they are.
It has frequently been the remark
of officers of vessels coining here
from San Francisco, who were
strenuously objecting to what they
emphatically termed an unnecessary
lot of quarantine red-tape because
oue or two cases of long ago sickness
here, that rightly Honolulu should
quarantine against Sau Francisco
whore there woro frequently cases of
plague. Now it has come about,
San Fra- cisco being 110 longer allow
ed to claim that plago there is mere
ly sporadic, and Honolulu is guarding
against plague from San Francisco,
per orders from Washington.
In the case of San Francisco it
may mean that Intending passengers
for Honoluhi may havo to go Into
quarantine before embarkation. Next
it may bo that Oriental ports, whence
plague originated, will bo quarantin
ing agcinst San Francisco.
IJnnney Threw Gninc Awny.
Tho San Francisco Chronicle of
August 20 tells the following story
of a game in which.Barnev Jov, took
When the gong sounded for the
aftcrluncli affair to proceed there
was a burst of cheers and Barney
Joy took his place on tho hill, while
Jiminie Smith went to the bat. Ho
was an easy out and so wore tho
next twelve men; they went out one,
two, three. Dash wood being the first
man to reach first in five innings,
and he did sn by hitting one of tho
Kanaka's slioots-to right center tnat
should have peen caught had Spencer
pot cm a little more steam. In the
sixth inning, Smith made the second
bingle off Joy, but it was in the eighth
thatfBirney undid his magnificent
work and went all to pieces and tossed
the game into the coffers or tho Com
muters. Haley was the first man to
face him and ho reached first on a
single. Bliss, batting for Bigbee, was
safe on an error by Wheeler, Dever
aux wallopcl oue through the box
that gave him a mark in the hit col
umn, still Harney wasn't in danger.
Then came his undoing, for he lessened
a board in the brass box with a wild
heave, hit a man in tho ribs and
handed out a pass to old Rip, and tho
bell sounded three times for the Oaks.
San Francisco lookei" like winners up
to then, for they had chased olio over
in the second on a base on balls, and
two singles, and they did likewise in
the third, but that was all thoy got.
Players Fisher Will Bring To
Mike Fisher, who will try to show
the fans of Hawaii what a ball team
is like, has madearrangement where
by the following men will bo in tho
party that he is going to take to the
islands at the close of the baseball
season: Dash wood, Bliss and Hogan,
catchers; Williams, first base; Casey,
second base; Eagau, shortstop; Dev
creaux, third br.se; and William
Lange, William Heitmullor and
George Uidebrand in the outfield.
Barney Joy and Orval Overall will
bo the slabsters, while Lilield of the
Pittsburg team may go along lo help
out. Joe Nealon and Hal Chaso also
want to nvOcn the trip, so Fishnr will
hevo a pretty strong aggregation
when he arrives at tho Islands.--Crouiclr,
Protest Agninst iJjipnne.se Land
ing. OTTAWA (Ont.), August 21.
Japanese arrivals at Victoria, B. C,
last month totaled 853, of whom 77(5
were males and seventy -seven
females. Of those, 201 wore'in tran
sit to the United States. Other
Canadian ports received forty-eight
R. G. Macpherson, M. P., of Van
couver, telographed recently to Pre
mier Lanrier that sii.ee January over
4000 Japanese had come into British
Columbia, and that 2000 more were
on the way from Honolulu. Mn,.
phorson urged the Government to
take some stops, if possible, to re-
strict this tide of Oriental immi"ra-
Hon into British Columbia.
Last month also, 113 Chinese paid
the poll tax of WOO. Tho Minister
of Interior Is now in the Pacific Coast
province Investigating the matter of
Oriental immigration. Pooplo hero
believe that unless tho Orientals bn
oxciuuoci Uritish Columbia will
longer be a white man's countrv;
WINNIPEG, August 25. - Tho
Vancouver situation in reforonco to
the arrival of Asiatics reached an
acuto stage last night, when a meet,
log of the Oriental Exclusion Leaue
A man cried out. "Let us go to the
next boat which brings iu Orientals
with guns m our hands and prevent
This cry was taken urf vinnrniiKlv
but no action was taken. It was
urged that a strict boycott bn estabi
lished against all lumber
Orientals, all mines worked by them,
and all fish that they bundle. All
canneries aro worked by theso peo-
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