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THE MAUI NEWS -
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1907
1 heir most surprising ileui, for why not bake your own
Because of the grcnt lleniz cookery. People. Imvo their
choice; anil in three short years bnkoil bonus have become the
largest item in the lleinz trade.
The very finest beans procurable ami baked, not boiled.
Heinz Prepared Mustard
The host seed, ground without exposure to air. Nothing of
its capricious pungency lost. Seasoned to n smooth, mild stimu
lant after the manner of the French.
Trv these products and all others of the "o7 Varieties.''
Heinz success due in
a large measure to all their goods being
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
n jh iff 0 . 9?
oer rae mame
PLACE TO I3UY
I Beers Ales
1 and- Liq
i nam wisie
GOODS ARE RIGHT
SERVICE IS RIGHT
PRICES ARE RIGHT
Do Our 2
Wc Want Your Trade and Will
IE Best to Hold It.
Clins. M. Cooke, Pres. C. D. I.ufkin
R. A. Wadsworth, Director
Win. Hcmiing, Vice-Pres,
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts..
Cash and Exchanges
Other. IlOnds (Quickly coi
Premium on U. S. Bonds
Furniture and Fixtures
Five 1'er Cent. Fund
FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS, JUNE 30, 1907
Capital Stock .'
Due to Banks
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
COUNTY OF MAUI
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
alxve statement is true to the best of my knowledge and ucliel.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd dav of Tilly, 1007.
HUGH M. COKE, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit
If thoro is anything you dosiro that is not carried
in stock, remember that a word to us is all that is
necessary, we'll to the rest.
Wo carry all Alio staple groceries, as well as tho'
fancy. Dry Goods, Gent's Furnishings, llardwaro,
Hay and Grain.
Wo are headquarters for Biisoball goods.
Cool.ing, Sewing mid Punning.
Honolulu, September Manual
training, domestic .science, agricul
tuie and cwing arc to be tho special
features of tin school' work this year
In tlie public schools. What is meant
by domc-tie science is, principally,
conking, and the elementary prin
eiples of that. It is not intended to
make chefs out of pupils but to cn
ab'e them to take ordinary food ma
terial and prnpare it in a palatable
and digestible manner.
Tlie Pohukalna school will start in
in Monday with manual training, and
omostic science elapses. The Wain
luu school will have tlie same. The
'cluiol at Aiea w.ilt start in with
nvinual training. Tlie Lnhaina selicol
will start in with domestic science.
Other sehaols will take up tbesasub
j'-e's ns f.i-t a, they can be equipped
for ti em.
Superintendent Babbitt expects to
sti. rt every sehoo1 and scliool room
in the Territory on Monday with a
icaener in place. There is still one
vacancy to be filled on Oaliu. There
Is one at Kaupakalua, Maui, which
will be filled by Inspector H. M.
Wells, who returned from California,
bv the Hilonian. and who went to
Maui yesterday by the Claudine.
Superintendent Babitt will know,
Sunday morning, whether there are
any vacancies 011 Kauai, but arrange
menls have already been made to fill
them if there are. Whether there
are any on Hawaii will be. known by
tlie Kinau 1his morning, but tlie in
spector there will look to filling va
It was hoped, though not fully ex
pected, that, the Hilonian would bring
the teacher to take charge of the
commercial department of the Hilo
Hurl) school. But tlie hope was not
realized. However, Superintendent
Rabbi' w has secured Miss Clara Cam
eron to open the department and
take charge of it until 0 regular
teacher can be secured, which will
probably I.e. December 1. Miss Cam
oron U'ft by the Olauumn yesterday
to tak' up the work. She was con
netted with the department for s
number of years and for two or three
years was the assistant in the com
mcrciil department of the High
scl.ool lu Honolulu. She left tle de
partmenl for a business engagement
to begin December 1, and mean
while she was temporarily engaged
with B. F. Dillingham & Co. In Ol
der . to assist the school depart
ment, B. P. Dillingham & Company
allowed her to leave at very shorl
Miss Eva MacGregor, the new as
sistant for the eoirmercial depart
meat of tho Honolulu High scliool
an ived on tlie Hilonian. She holds
certificates fror the New Mexico
Normal, and from the Oakland Poly,
technic Business College, and has
had nearly seven years' experience
ns a toaeher.T-Advertfscr.
Refused Doc toe Tor Dying iMtin.
Lovcll then got on his horse and
commenced to herd tho three prison
ers back to Lihue, but Nishimura
wis unable to walk unassisted. After
the three had been locked up again.
Nislimiura complained of severe pains
in the abdomen and asked that a
doctor be sent for. The request was
refused. All night he suffered, in
the morning renewing his request
that a doctor bo sent for, offering to
pay the expense himself. Again his
request was refused.
Later in tlie morning his condition
became so nalpablv serious that
Lovcll telephoned to Dr. Putnam.
After examining the man the physi
cian declared that his condition by
this time was such lliat he could do
nothing for him. The man died about
noon that day.
As to the excitement, so reported,
of the Lihue Japanese, the .Tiyu cor
respondent denies that there was
any. Some of the friends of the dead
man came over from Walmoa and
these began antngitatiou, wishing to
take up -tlie matter at once with
their Consul General in Honolulu
On the advice of Mr. Fukuniiga, the
Japanese editor at Liliue, I hey wait
ed and as soon as it was seen that the
authorities took up tlie matter the
Japanese dropped whatever rolion
they had contemplated. , '
WAILUKU CASH STORE.
DR. F. A. ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING,
10 A. M. to 12 M.
1 P. M. toll P.M.
7 P. 11. to 8 P. M.
Thoroughbred Scotch Collie. Suit
ablo roward paid for information for
the recovery of same.
Notify W. II. Field, Wuiluku, or
W. L. Dccoto, Luhaina. tf.
The Advertiser of the 10th instant
lias tho following:
The killing of Torao Nishimura at
Lihue on the 4th inst. by Jailor
Enoch Lovell, oecording to the report
sent to Honolulu by the Japanese
correspondent of the Jiyu Shimbun,
places Lovell in a most serious situa
linn. The dead man was serving a
dx months' sentence for assault and
battery and vagrancy, having been
known around Waitnea for tht past
two years as a rather worthless
character. He was sent to the Li
hue jail to serve out his sentence, a
part of his hard labor being to help
in preparing a taro patch on the
property of C W. Spitz at Nawili
wili. In the gang with him were two
others, a Japanese named Kato and
The breakfast prepared for tho
men on the third was found to consist
of half raw rice, which none of the
tlireo could eat, so it was decided to
ask Lowell for money with which to
buy some bread. Tlie mo ey asked
for was a part of $25 belonging to
Nishimura, held by Lovell while tlie
owner was doi-g timo. Accordingly
the three wt nt to tho jailor and made
tin ir request, Nishimura acting as
Lo'ell, however, according to the
story of tne two living members of
the trie, refused to listen to them
and before their request had been all
p esrnted struck Kato with his fist
on tlie side of the head, drawing
blood. lie thon turned upon Nishi
mora, striking him first with his (1st
and then kicking him in tlie lower
pa rt of the-abdomen. The victim of
these blows was knocked down and
was unable to get up.
fainall farming 111 tins Territory is
as yet very small end under sized.
Tho wc have a very limited area of
arable land in this Territory, wo do
not begin to know vet bow to utilize
It to the best advantage, outside of
the Sugar industry. Thousands of
acres of land are devoted to the pas
turage of live stock, when, we Know
if we know anything that, hundreds
of acres instead of thousands can ac
complisli the same result and provide.
for the same number of animals.
Bulletins are issued every once in 11
while by the Agricultural Depart
ments of tho Federal and Territorial
Government and by the Planters'
Association, dealing, with different
fodders and grasses and other plan t
life that could be introduced to ad
vantage here ir. Hawaii, but ninety
nine times out of a hundred this lite
rature goes into the waste basket,
or if .vo read it at all it goes into one
er r and out the other. Yet tlie time
is coming when we will bo compelled
to do otherwise, for wc arc learning
by the enterprise ol a few how it pays
over and over again to use your brains
and wits in matters of this kind.
Some ranches of the country are
simply being transformed by tho in
traduction of foreign grasses. We
have thousands of acres in Kentucky
Blue Grass; in Red Top; in RyoGrcss
and what not, resulting in an enor
mous increase in the capacity of these
lands. Theso changes have been
brought about with little expense,
mostly by merely scattering the seed
fiom horseback- in favored spots dol
ing tlie rainy mouths, the land and
seed thereafter doing the rest. One
of tho coming foddors of the country
unquestionably will bo Manioc. It
grows readily 'n many parts of the
Islands without irrigation, Needs
little care and grow 1111 amount of
fodder in the root that cannot be ex
celled as feed for live stock horses,
cattle, swine and poultry. All home
slenders throughout tho country
should give attention to these mat
ters. By so doing they will make one
acre accomplish in the support of live
stock what it now takes from ten to
fifteen acres to do, and thou not ha1!
as well. The Beacon.
The Voice that win Mute.
When Charles P. Norcross, now a
well known Washington correspon
dent, began Ids newspatior career he
was sent to "cover" one of the courts.
His business was to look at the docket
and find the facts about any case
that seemed to him to warrant writ
One afternoon bo discovered an
entry tlir.t said one William Burns
had been arrested and liiipd ten
dollars for stealing a martingale from
James .Tone,, a neighbor.
Ho recited those facts in an intro
ductory paragraph and then went
on: "This criminal was justly pun
ished, for the pre! t,y little martingale
ho stole was the joy and comfort of
the wife of James Jones. She kept it
in a cage 111 w parlor and when,
tired with the work of the .day, tl-e
martingale began to pour forth those
strain! of melody for which our Pitts
burg martingales are famous, slip
found great, pleasuie. Such mis
creantn as this man Burns should not
be allowed at large, especially wIipii
they descend so low as to steal harm
less and melodious martingales."
The Cock uiul the Men n Advertisers.
The cock makes Ins clarion call at
the break of day, awakening his
hearers to realize the responsibilities
and opportunities of a new day, but.
the lien's advertising has more mean
ing. She says nothing till she haE
the goods. Then she does not run
single three line advertisement every
other minute, but she states her case
in continuous,' uninterrupted adver
tising. Nevertheless the cock, lend
ing himself more to tlie decorative
feature of advertising, is usually
selected as the, emblematical feature
for that "far reaching" cry that
means publicity and sales A recent
advertising campaign for a newbrand
of cigars has tho head and crest of a
cock with the words: "Watch this
Space." At the proper timo iust as
curiosity is about breaking down, tho
name of the cigar is painted in. An
other plan of using the rock in cm
blomatical advertising is noted re
ccntly in tlie "National Druggist'
which says: "Under the heading
Eiuo originelle Reclame, the Vienna
"Drogistenzeitung" tells of a certain
soap factory that lias recently put
on the market a new household soap
which they have named Kirikiki;
winch is supposed to stand for a
rooster's crow. To advertise this
soap they are sending out through
the high-ways and by-ways hand
somely decorated wagons, on top of
which stands a huge rooster that
mechanically crows anil, flaps its
wings at frequent intervals until the
machinery runs down."
Incidentally, one may iuouiro, if
advertising specialists say what is
true, that advertising writing re
quires a more careful weighing of the
value of words than nnv other stylo
ot composition, whore in the litera-i
t.ure docs the word "rooster" come
. . . '
Morning Stars Defeated.
At Well's Park last Sunday after-'
noon the Healanl team beat the
Morning Stars in a game of baseball
to the tuno of 4 to 2. The Healmil
showed up in good form having had
practice during the week while on
the other hand the Stars had to place
several substitutes to make up the
Joe Fernandez, the crack fielder
of the St Louis team, came over on
a visit from Lahaina and held down
the third bag frir tlie Stars.
Di'imli tints Cured by Apple-Hating
Dr. Triplet noticed that drunkards
disliked apples, for this reason hn
ti icd tliein as remedy. He advised
drunkards to eat, them as apples at
meals, and also between meals. This
proved to Do of greater effect than
poisonous drugs and has now become
tho chief means of cure of inebriates
in some of the most prominent sani
tariums in Germany.
Not Running Amuck.
A newspaper editor in a certain
Western town was expressing his
pleasure over tho latest exposure.
''Oh, it's fine way newspapers are
showing up all the dark places- line
line!" he exclaimed to n friend at
"I sincerely hope that when they've
finished with secret rebates, beef
trust, insuranccjind Standard Oil,"
replied the latter, "that they'll finish
the job by exposing tlie newspaper
"So do H" assented the editor in
stantly. "So do II Why, hern's out
rival, the Citizen, right in this town.
Its building stands on school land
for winch it pays one-fourth the rest
anybody else pays, because it's the
Citizen. It gets its fire insurance
cheaper thin anybody else, and gas,
and water. Why? Simply because It's
'Have you facts?"
"Facts that would convict in
"Well, why don't you go ahead with
an exposure on your own account?
It ought to be right in your line."
"Oh, fudge we're on school land
Ji pwjt, ff,i LTrf 1FYTr?BTi'"nM'"i
FIRE ALARM SYSTEM
Adopted by the Board of Representatives oi the Wailuku-Kahului Fire Department
September A, 1907.
The town of Wailuku is divided into Six l'ire
WARD J. High street, Waikapu ol Main street.
Rings: 1-1. Hydrant No. I at I,. M. Baldwin's.
r-2. Hydrant No. 2 Waikapu side of
Giles' old bhop.
1-3. Hydrant No. 3 Court House.
1-4. Hydrant No. 4 Opposite A. Knos'
Upper Main st., down to Telephone
Hydrant No. 1 Just above Rev J.
Hydrant No. 2 Opposite the Maui
Dry Goods Co.'s store.
Hydrant No. 3 At Judge A. N. Ke
poikai's. Vineyard st., down to Church street.
Hydrant No. 1 Opposite Judge
5-2. Hydrant No. 2 Mill St. entrance to
the Catholic Mission.
5-3. Hydrant No. 3 Mauka entrance to
the Malulaui Hospital.
5-4. Hydrant No. 4 Knights of Pythias
liuilding (near the corner.)
WARD 6. All Waihee of the Market st. Bridge
and including Iao, Kalua, Puuohala, Papo
haku, Waikani, Ahuena to Pihana.
Hydrant No. 1 at I'erreira's Bak
ery near Skating Riuk.
Upper Kalua (along Waikapu rd.)
Iao Valley. No hydrant.
Lower Kalun (all below Rogers).
All below I'apohaku (to the stream
and the beach). No hydrant.
I'uuohalu, No hydrant.
Mokuhau. No hydrant.
Waikani to Pihana. No hydrant.
Hydrant No. 2 At Capt. W. P.. Hal's
Hydrant No. 3 Corner of Vineyard
and Church Sts.
Market street down to the Bridge, also
down lower Main street.
Hydrant No. 1 Alexander House
(on Main St.)
Hydrant No, 2 Goodness Kstate
(middle of the block.)
Hydrant No. 3 A. Rorba's store.
Hydrant No. 4 At foot of the hill
(above the bridge.)
All down on Main st. to Papohaku.
Hydrant No. 1 lletwceu Streu
beck's and O'SulIivau's.
The alarm is given by tolling or tapping the
Tup quickly a short while and then give the
Ward and Hydrant Number. Do this three (3)
times and then give only the ward and hydrant
numbers until ordered to cease.
When the fire is beyond control and more
help needed the General Alarm will be sounded
five (5) times.
The General alarm is given by tapping quick
ly at least H minute each time for ten (10)
The town of Knhului is designated a ward by
itself to be known as the Seventh (7) Ward.
The ring shall be 7,
Per order of
HOARD Ol' RUPRRSISNTATIVHS,
Wailuku mid Kahului Pire Dept.
Wailuku, Maui, September 4, 1907.