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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28, 1 907
What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
LODGE MAUI, No. 084, A. F. & V M.
Stated meetings will be hold at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. H. CASE, R. W. iV.
t. f. Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. KNIGHTS
Regular mectkigs will be held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday Sept. 28th, Oct. 12th.
All visiting members are cordially
Invited to attend.
V. S. MOUNTCASTLE, C. C.
IX H . DAVIS, K. OF R. & S.
HUGH M. COKE.
Don't send away for anything
when you can get what you need
from us. We save you tho freight.
Chamois skins, Syringes, Hot
Water Bags, Plasters, Wood Alco
hol Liquozone, Diox-ogen, Hydro
gen Peroxide, Creolin-Peiirson,
Somnos, Antiphlogistine, Lithia
Tablets, Milk of Magnesia, Lycfia
Piukham's Vegetable Compound,
Listerino, Camphenol, Swamp
Root, Pepto-Mangan, Peruna, Vin
Mariani and a hundred other pre
parations, which wo sell at tho
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 .170,000.00
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones.. ' Vice-President
C. H. Cooko Cashier
C. Hustace. Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tennoy, 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
Report to the Comptroller of the Currency
AUGUST 22, 1907.
Loans and Discounts 126,976.84
United States Bonds 16,500.00
Premium on U. S. Honils 450.00
Other llonds (quickly convert) 63,975.00
Cash anil Due from Hanks 41,053.44
Ranking House, Purniture,etc 7,300.00
Due from U. S. Treasury 825.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, i cc .
COUNTY OP MAUI, fhkJ
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above iampu bank, do solemnly swear
that the above is trua to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Casiiieh.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 30th day of August, 1907:
J. GARCIA, Notary Public Sec, Jud. Circuit
Large Gathering of Young People Attend An
nual Conference.-Church Shortage Investi-gated.-Lahainas
Defeat the Stars.
MRS. RAYMOND AND FAMILY LEAVE MAUL
Mrs. j. H. Raymond and Family Leave Maui to Make their
Home in Berkeley. Knights of Pythias Dance a Great
Success. Celebrate Golden Wedding.
The Association of the Evange
lical churches of Maui, Molokai,
and Lanai has just closed a six
days' meeting at Lahaina, which
has been far ahead of any similar
meetings on Maui for many years.
A matter of considerable note
was the large delegation of young
people, who represented the church
in the various branches of their
work. Each church on Maui and
Molokai with the exception of two
Japanese churches and the Leper
church at Kalaupapa was repre
sented by its pastor.
Perhaps the most important
single event in the business session
was the appointment of a strong
committee to investigate the debt
of the Wailuku Kaahumanu church
to its pastor, Rev. John Nua. The
committee consists of Rev. D. W.
K. White, Rev. Stephen L. Desha,
Rev. John Kalino, Rev. E. S. Ti-
moteo, Rev. I. D. Iaea. Rev. R.
B. Dodgeas agent for tho Hawa
iian Board is an cx-oflicio member
of the committee.
Tho meetings have been remark
able with a series of strong ad
dresses. At least one hour every
morning has been devoted to such
subjects aa "Tho Minister as a
Pastor by Rev. It. B. Dodge, and
"The Minister as a Preacher," by
Rev. S. L. Desha, which was ono
of the most inspiring addresses
ever heard on Maui. Rev. John
E. Dodge gave an exceedingly
practical discussion of tho subject
"The Minister in his Business Re
lations." Hon. John G. Wooloy gavo a
magnificent address on' "Tem
perance." Hon. Moses K. Nakui
na greatly stimulated the Christian
Endeavor Societies by his splendid
report of tho Seattle convention,
which Rev. E. B. Turner, the new
Paia Church pastor, spoke to a
church full of people upon the
"World's Sunday School Conven
tion at Rome."
D.II. Case, Director
Capital Stock ? 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits 18,614.53
Due to Hanks 4,492.75
Dividends Unpaid 2S.00
The association raised $40.00 for
the Haili Parsonage debt, and
about $100.00 for Ilalc Aloha. Rev.
R. B. Dodge reported overall ,000.
00 as received during the past year
for tho building and repairs of ttie
churches and parsonages on Maui,
and tho collections l'or missions.
Of this sum over -$,1,880 was paid
Luiinituis 5 Stdl'K .
On Sunday morning the Morning
Stars baseball aggregation of Wailu
ku rode over to L;huina to play the
The tame, which started at about
lour o'clock in the afternoon, was
witnessed by about a score of people,
but those who stayed away missed
as fine a game as ever was played 011
the Lahaina diamond.
In the first inning the Stars scored
three runs and looked easy winners
but did not score again until the
ninth. After playine eleven innings
the Lahaina scored the winning run,
the game stauding 5 to 4.
RAYMONDS TO THE COAST.
Dr. J. II. Raymond accompan
ied his family to Honolulu this
week. It is the intention of Mrs.
Raymond and her two children,
Miss Violet Makeo and Master
Harvey Raymond to make their
homo in Berkeley California where
they will be joined later by Doctor
Philip Coke, the oldest son of
Attorney J. L. Coke returned to
Oakland with Mrs. Raymond. Dur
ing tho past two months he has
been on a visit to his father and
most of the lime has been a guest
of Doctor and Mrs. Raymond at
their Ulupalakua home. '
The Knights of Pythias Dunce.
The dance given by the Knights of
Pythias last Saturday night at their
castle hall was a thorough success.
By eight o'clock the.largo hall was
practically filled by the invited guests
who came from all over Central Maui.
Special trains were ri n by the Ka
hului Railroad Company and were
filled by those who came from Kahu
lui, Puunene, Paia, Makawao and
other up country places.
During the whole evening the floor
was filled by tho many dancers Card
games were enjoyed by those who did
not wish to dance.
Good music was furnished by the
Wailuku Quintet Club.
Refreshments wero served in the
room recently fitted up for tiie pur
pose. MAKAWAO LINBS.
Friday evening, the 20th, the
September meeting of tho Maka
wao Literary Society was held at
the Paia residence of Mr. and Mrs.
D. C. Lindsay. There was a largo
attendance of the residents of tho
district and also quito a number
from Wailuku, Kahului and Puunene.
Piano Solo, "Spring,"
Vocal Solo, "Sea Dreams,"
Miss Dora von Tempsky.
Vocal Solo, ''Jerusalem," "
Rev. Wm. Ault.
Vocal Solo. ''Resignaton,"
Mrs. F. E. Richardson.
Vocal Solo, "To Spring,"
Vocal Trio, "Over the Water,"
The Ilamakuapoko Trio.
"Frank Glynn's Wife,"
A comedetta in one Act.
Frank Glynn, D. C. Lindsay
Alice Glynn, Miss Irene Crook
Mrs. Glynn, (Frank's mother)
Miss Ethel Smith.
Stella, (Frank's sister)
Mrs. J. J. Hair.
Gertie, (Frank's cousin)
Miss Ethel Taylor.
Norah, Miss Frcncy
Mr. Ed. Asbury, W. O. Aiken.
Every event of the entertain
ment received an encore, Mr. Ault,
the mo3t popular of local singer,
being awarded two.
The farce proved extreme!'
amusing, the plot being a com
plication of humorous incidents
arising from a visit of Ed. Asbury
to his newly married friend, Frank
Glynn, during which each of the
five women characters of the play
were successively introduced to
him as Mrs. Frank Glynn.
Last week Mr. and Mrs. II. A.
Baldwin of Ilamakuapoko depart
ed by the Siberia for a trip to the
eastern states. They will return
about the middle of December.
By the samo steamer Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur I). Baldwin and son
returned to their Cleveland home.
They have been visiting at ''Malu
On Monday night, W. O. Aiken
piloted Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Wood
of Honolulu and party to the top
of Halcakala. It is to bo hoped
that inclinient weather will not
prejudice Mr. Wood's opinion of
tho great crater.
Mrs. Frank E. Richardson of
Honolulu has been visiting Mrs.
Dora von Tempsky of Makawao.
On Oct. 7th, Mr. and Mrs. D. I).
Baldwin will celebrate their golden
wedding at their Haiku home. A.
their children and a number of
their grandchildren will be present.
A largo number of invitations will
be.issuod this for event.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster of Ilama
kuapoko aro at Olinda House. t
Mrs. J. S. Aiken, Dr. G. S.
Aiken and Dr. V. G. Rogers aro
at ''Idlewild" on Ilaleakala's slope.
Dr. Rogers visited tho orator witli
the Wood party.
Mrs. Bowen is tho new teacher
in charge of Mrs. Simpson's privato
school at Paia.
Miss Margaret Michio who for a
year past lias been visiting her
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Fleming of Makawao.was a pas
senger by the last Nevadan to tho
Coast. Miss Michio is returning
to her homo in Scotland.
Dr. Sperry, tho noted lecturer,
and photographer, was a member
of the crater party of Monday and
The shooting of plover, phea
sants, and ducks began on tho
loth. L. von Tompsky of Halc
akala Ranch has been appointed
gamo warden or constable with
ample powers for enforcing the
Threo or four inches of rain in
Makawao during 'Monday and
Tuesday was recorded.
IN MIKADO'S EMPIRE.
Dread Disease is Rapidly Spreading-Two Gen
erals Plot Against Cuban Government
Harriman is Indicted,
HILG CITIZENS ARE IN PERIL.
Scheme to Lease Hilo Wharf to 1. 1. S. S. Co, will Throttle the
City, Prevent Competition and Drive Independent
Shipping From the Harbor.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar DO (leg. test 3.95 Beets 9sj. llld.
HONOLULU, September 27. Thero is much opposition to the
sale of the old fishmarket situ to the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
There was a wordy war at the Supervisor's meeting over Brown's
salary as attorney which was not allowed.
Macfaiiane and McCrosson will go to London to finance the Ilama
SAN FRANCISCO, September 27.-The Federal GrandJury has
returned indictments against the heads of the Southern Pacific Rail
road and the Pacific Mail S. S. Co. for violating Intcr-Stato law on
rates for shipments to the Orient. Harriman, Stubbs and Schwcrin
YOKOHAMA. September 27. Cholera is spreading throughout
Japan. A total of 1500 cases havo been reported. There were four
deaths hero from the disease yesterday.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 27.-The Big Tour will arrive to
day. P. II. McArthur has been nominated for Mayor by the Laborttes.
His nomination excites bitter opposition from' some of the delegates.
WASHINGTON, September 27. President Roosevelt has an
nounced that no other opposition exists to the appoinlmentof Wu Ting
HAVANA, September 27. Two generals were arrested for plotting
against the public order.
HONOLULU. September 20. Tho Pacific Mail Steamship Co. is
mailing overtures to Atkinson lor
1 his was refused to Ilackfeld it
chasers will establish repair shops
M. A. Silva and Henry Vida will accompany the rejected Portu
guese immigrats back to Madeira.
Geo. Rodiek has been made made consul of Norway and Sweden.
A grand reception was given to Grand Master Hart at the Young
Hotel last night.
HONOLULU, September 25. Governor Frear may take control
of the Queen's Hospital as president of the Board of Trustees.
Tho Grand Jury is not considering the Standard Oil cases.
The proposition to lease the Hilo wharf has been in tho hands, of
Governor Frear only two days. Ho thinks favorably of the scheme.
C. C. Kennedy received a letter from him.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 20. -Instructions were given by the
Czar that Secretary Taft bo received with honors due to a visiting so
vereign. WASHINGTON, September 20 President Roosovolt has received
advices from Havana to the effect that a plot to bring about a revolu
tion has been discovered. Several capitalists of Now York being con
cerned in its promotion.
NEW YORK, September 20. Sir Thomas Lipton's challenge has
been refused owing to his fixing the size limit of tho yacht.
VALDEZ, Alaska, September 20. In a battle between suiveying
gangs of rival railroad companies six surveyors wero injured.
OTTAWA, Scptefnbor 25. British Columbians havo sent a pet
ition to Promier Laurier asking immediato action on an exclusion law.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 25. Former Supervisor Gallagher
testified that Spreckels promised to securo immunity for supervisors
who confessed graft matters.
OYSTER BAY, September 25. President Roossvolt has gone back
WASHINGTON, September 25. Secretary Root has started on
his visit to President Diaz of.Me.xico.
HARRISBURG, September 25. Six negros wero killed in a raco
ST. PETERSBURG, September 25.- It is reported that Secrotary
Taft is trying to secure a Russo-Amcricau agreement.
HONOLULU, September 25. Tho Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Go's proposal to lease the Hilo wharf and do 20,000 worth of improve
ments is being considered by Governor Frear.
Attorney General Homenway is to investigate tho Queen's Hospi
Faulkner, of tho Santa Fe road and E. II. Cant from Hilo will in
vestigate Ohio tie3.
PORT TOWNS END, September 25. Tho officers of tho revonuo
cutter Thotis report violent seismic disturbances noar Mount Makushin
Alaska, in tho neighborhood of an -active volcano. In several plnces
tho ocean has been upheaved forming dry laud. This occurred on
the purchase of the old fishmarket.
Co. some time ago.