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What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
'Advertise in the News
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 907
LODGU MAUI, No. 5)84, A. Is. tf A. M.
Stated meciiuijs will be held at
Masonic U .ill, Knhului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at. 7.30
Visiting brethren arc cordially in
vlted to attend. .
D. H. CASE, 11 VV. iV.
t. f. Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. ii KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday August31, Sept. 14th.
All visiting members are cordially
invited to attend.
V. S. MOriNTCASTLE, C. C.
1). H. DAVIS, K. OP R. &S.
HUGH M. COKE.
Don't Bend away for anything
when you can get what you need
from us. Wo save you the freight.
Chamois skins, Syringes, Hot
Water Bags, Plasters, Wood Alco
hol Liquozone, Dioxogon, Hydro
gen Peroxide, Creolin-Pearson,
Somnos, Antiphlogistinc, Lithia
Tablets, Milk of Magnesia, Lydia
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
Listerinc, Camphcnol, Swamp
Root, Pepto-Mangan, Peruna, Vin
Mariani and a hundred other pre
parations, which we sell at tho
manufacturer's printed list-price.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
tho Republic of Hawaii.
CAPITAL , . . . ;.. .$600,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. 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
A. Wadsworth. Director
FIFTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, 1907
Ijans nml Overdrafts 5122,237.50
U. S. Ilonils 16,500.00
v Premium on U. S1 Ilonils 450.00
Other Jtonds (Quickly con
Cash on hand and due from
Hanking House Furniture and
Due from U. S. Treasury S25.00
HAWAII, I c
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the abnvo named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above is trus to the best of my knowledge and belief,
C. D. LUFKIN, Camueu.
Subscribed and sworn to bofore me this 2nd day of July, 1007.
HUGH M. COKE, Notary Public Sec, Jud. Circuit
Board of Supervisors Authorize J, H. Wilson to
Take Complete Charge of County Roads
at once Inspector Weight Resigns
BOLD ROBBERY AT WAIKAPU.
Thief Steals Bag- of Money and Hides it in Cane Fields
Money is Recovered by Native Boy. Police Officer
is Committed for Forgery.
Tho County Fathers met this
week at the County Seat for the
transaction of tho business for the
County for the month. A.11 of the
members were present. A number of
matters of importance were dis
posed of among them being the ap
pointment of J. II. Wilson as
County Superintendent of Roads
and authorizing him to take charge
at once. The only dissenting vole
to appoint him and notify all road
overseers of his appointment and
to take orders from him was that
of Supervisor S. E. Kaiue. Ho de
clined to make any statement as to
why he voted no on the motion.
The oflico of County Superinten
dent of Roads created by the Coun
ty Board should be of great benefit
to all and will 'doubtless prove to
be so in case all work connected
with the roads is left in tho hands.
of the Superintendent and ho is
given a free hand in carrying out
his ideas without interference.
Many have expressed the fear that
individual Supervisors will con
tinue to employ and dismiss labor
ers and give orders which will con
flict with tho work of the Superin
tendent. Some cases of this nature have
been done and have been severely
It is felt that theollicerin charge
should have full authority to carry
on the work without interference
and in case his work is not satis
factory he should bo replaced by
somo one who is satisfactory but
no one can be held responsible for
work that is interfered with by a
Reports from the various county
officials were read and placed on
George Weight resigned from
the office of Humane Officer, Hack,
Sanitary and Fish Inspector and
returned his badge and commis
sion. His resignation was a sur
prise to all of tho board but as
there was nothing else that the
D. H. Case, Director
Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits 18,610.10
Dividends Unpaid ....
board could do the same was ac
cepted. The matter of the salary of the
County Engineer was brought up
byS. H. Kaiue who desired to have
the salary reduced fifty dollais
per month. Tho matter was de
ferred and action on the same will
be taken up later and if tho board
decides to make the cut it will un
doubtedly mean the resignation of
A BOLD THEFT,
On Saturday afternoon the head
luna of Waikapu sent a Japanese
to the plantation ollice for the
necessary money to pay off the
laborers in his division. The
money ,was delivered to the n.an
who returned to tho ollice of the
luna but as ho found
ho placed the money
and left. A young
no one there
on the table
him leave the money there but
when the money was sought by the
luna it was not to be found. The
police were at once notified and a
careful search made which lasted
all night and during the next day.
In the afternoon the money was
found by a n'ative boy by tho name
of lona who found the money in
the same bag in which it was sent
out. It was hidden under the cane
in a field back of the hoiue.
No arrests have been made and
it is as yet unknown who stole the
money. The amount recovered
was $327.G5 which was-thc entire
amount the bag contained when
delivered to the messenger.
COMMITTED FOR FORGERY.
A police officer of Nahiku by the
name of Kauihou has been com
mitted to appear before the grand
jury on a charge of forgery.
Some weeks ago a salary war
rant for the pay of Doputy Sheriff
Wittrock of liana was lost and ad
vertised for. When the advertise
ment appeared in the Maui News,
Kauihou telephoned to a native in
Kaupo not to try to have the draft
cashed but thaho would come
over and redeem it. Tho holder of
the draft said he would bring it
over. Tho conversation was over
heard and tho Deputy Sheriff in
tercepted tho man who- said the
warrant had been given him by
tho ollicer in payment of two horses
ho had sold him.
Tho endorsements seemed to
bear out the claim of the man
and the ollicer was arrested.
He was committed and bail fixed
by tho Circuit Judge.
PICNIC UP IAO VAI.LUY.
A very pleasant picnic was en
joyed up Iao Valley Sunday. It
was given by Miss Kninia Peplows
ki of Wailuku, a recent graduate
of tho Normal school. A number of
tho party visited tho tablo lands
while others visited tho tunnels be
ing driven by Carl Waldoyer. All
wore surprised to see the great
amount of water rushing out fiom
tho tunnel which has about doubled
the supply of the stream.
After visiting the various places
of interest the parties met at one
of the many beautiful groves and a
picnic was spread for thu hungry
membeis of the party.
Songs were sung stories tohl.and
the usual gaiety prevailed. After
tho picnic all attended the ball
game at Wells park where a fairly
good game of ball was played.
Tile party consisted of R. E.
Peplowski, the Misses Annie, Rojie
and Minnie Hocking, Miss Anna
Christiansen, MiVs Nelson, Miss
Ella Groves, W. Whiteside, J. II
Nelson, J. Garcia, E. B. Andorsen,
F. Sommerfold, H. M. Coke and
two sons Paul and Ellis Coke.
FROM THE WITNESS BOX TO
On August the 2(5th Kame Oka
mura came to Wailuku and swore
to a complaint charging a Jap
anese man by the name of Wata
nabo with a most serious criminal
offense. She charged that the
crime wan committed on the 23rd
day of August and gave as wit
nesses two Japanese women who
had heard the proposition of the
The charge wis heard this week
by District Magistrate MoKay and
to the surprise of all she testified
positively that, the defendant did
not commit the offense , of which
she charged him on the day she
had the warrant issujd.
As she was the only eye witness
to the crinis she claimed was com
mitted and tho others were but
corroborative the case atrainst the
man was dropped and the -woman
taken into custody on a chaie of
perjury. She had her preliminary
hearing before Judge A. N. Kepoi-
kai who committed her to the
DING. Tho weddiiig of Ben Williams
and Miss MacCoun which took
place at tho residence of Mrs. Dora
von Tenipsky of Puuonialei on
Thursday was largely attended by
many friends from all over central
Tho bride was given away by L.
von Tenipsky. She was attended
by her sister Miss Morga Mac
Goun as bridesmaid while Mr. C.
C. Krunibhaar acted as best man.
The marriage ceremony was per
formed by Rev. Cannon Ault of
After tho wedding and congratu
lations and best wishes of their
friends tho couple drove to Ukulele
where they will spend their honey
In the back of tho carriage some
0110 fastened an old broom un
known to tho happy couplo who
probably did not know of its pre
sence until after the end of their
Woman's Aid Society to Meet.
Tho Women's Aid Society of tho
Wailuku Union Church will" hold its
first mcotiiif; of the year 1007-11)08
at tho home of Mrs. R. R. Dodge on
Tuesday, September 17, at 11 p in.
Election of officers will tako place
and a lurye attendance is requested.
D. II. Kahaulello has addressed a
letter to Hon. A. N. KcpolUui and
the bar of the Second Circuit ex
pressing tho appreciation of himself
and members of the family for tko
action taken by the Court and bar
relativo to the resolutions of tho bar
011 the death of Daniel-K.ihaulelio.
A Thousand Cubic Yards of the Nuuanu Dam Slide
Into Stream.-Mayer Denies Charges
Made by Lionel Hart.
LABOR TROUBLES CONTINUE IN CANADA.
Canadian Government Orders Asiatics Back to the Orient.
Employers arc Ordered to Replace Asiatics with
Whites Car Strike Nearing End.
(SPHCIAI. TO TIIK MAUI NUWS.I
Sugar dcg. test 3.i)5 Beets 9s. Hid.
HONOLULU, September 13. More than a thousand cubic yards
of the Nuuanu Dam slid into the steam on Wednesday.
Mayer, manger of the Standard Oil Co. in Honolulu, denies ths
charges made by Lionel Hart, but may be arrested today.
VANCOUVER, September 111. Subscription lists have been start
ed hero to raise funds for the purpose of sending S0O Hindus to Ottawa
to impress upon the law makers the undesirnbility of that clas3 of labor
in Western Canada.
LUCKNOW, September 111. Indignation meetings have been held
here to protest against tho attacks made upon the Hindus at Rurling
VANCOUVER', September 13. A number of Asiastics who arriv
ed at Victoria have been ordered back to the Orient on instructions
All employers have been ordered to replace Asiatic laborers with
SAN FRANCISCO, September 111. The trades unions have for
mally rescinded the order fining members for riding on street cars.
This practically closes the strike.
SEATTLE, September 13. Tsukuno, a wealthy Japanese, was
run down by a switch engine and killed.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 13 Riggy has been named as
Chief of Police to succeed Dinan.
The Ford jury is now complete.
CASA RLANCA, September 13. The French and Spanish armies
have routed the Moors.
HONOLULU, September 12. Lionel Hart has confessed the
forging of oil orders under instructions from Mayer, manager of the
Standard Oil Co. here. His statement is discredited.
HONOLULU, September 11. Ex-Governor Carter was appointed
a member of the Board of Agriculture.
No shortage has been found in the accounts of Pottingcr and Tom
lins, who left unexpectedly for the Coast by the steamer Hilonian.
E. W. Sutton has been appointed Court Ollicer by the Attorney
General. He is a brother-in-law to W. L. Whitney, first Deputy At
HANGO, Finland, September 12. The Russian Imperial yacht
with the Emperor and Empress on board went ashore on the West
coast'yesterday. There is no danger.
I'ARIS, September 12. General Drude has been ordered to du
liver a decisive attack on the Moorish army.
SARATOGA, September 12. During a parade of Grand Army
veterans yesterday a heavy rainstorm came up and many were pros
trated as a result of exposure.
WASHINGTON, September 12. The total cost of tho Panama
Canal up to December last was ifS3,000,000.
PHILADELPHIA, September 12. It is predicted that a general
coal famine will occur throughout the country next winter.
LONDON, September 11. It is charged that American labor
agitators promoted the Vancouver labor disturbance.
NEW YORK, September 11. Embezzler Runyon was sentenced
to seven yoars imprisonment.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 11. Five non-union carmen were
wounded yesterday in an encounter botween the police and strike
NEW ORLEANS, September 11. A shortage of 1100,000 was
found in the accounts of Tax Collector Fitzgerald. Clork Lcknu is
RERUN, September 11. lnouye is preparing to sail for home.
HONGKONG, September 11. Several large kerosene oil ware
houses in Canton are burning.
HONOLULU, September 11. -Local hula dancers who were to
perform last night at the Hawaiian Opera Houso under the uubpiccs of
the Hawaiian Historical Society struck for more pay and as a conse
quence tho dance waa declnred off.
It ic rumored that the Supervisors will not confirm tho appoint
ment of Arthur M. Brown as prosecuting attorney in the District Court.
WASHINGTON, September 11.
that as a development of the
Japanese government will be drawn into concluding exclusion treaties
with the United States and the British Colonies.
VANCOUVER, September 11.
his regrets for the affair here,
It is believed in ollicial circles
Anti-Japanese sentiment in Canada tho
Tho Govornor-Gcneral has wired