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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1 907
What is Best for Maui
. Is Best for the News
LODGE MAUI, No. 984, A. P. & A. M.
' Stated mceilmia will bo held at
S$ Masonic Flail, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night nf each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren arc cordially in
vited to attend.
D. II. CASH, R W. V.
t. f. Secretary.
ALOIlALOl)(jE NO. KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at
tlie Knights of Pythias Hall Wniluku
on Saturday Sept. 28th, Oct. 12th.
All visiting mernoers are cordially
invited to attend.
W. S. MOUNTCASTLE, C. C.
D. II . "DAVIS, K. OF R. & S.
HUGH M. COKE.
Don't send away for anytliing
when you can get what ymi need
from us. We save you the freight.
Chamois skins, Syringes, Hot
Water Bags, Plasters, Wood Alco
hol Liquozone, Dioxogen, Hydro
gen Peroxide, Crcolin-Pearson,
Somnos, Antiphlogistine, Lithia
(Tablets, Milk of Magnesia, Lydia
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
Listerine, Camphenol, Swamp
Root, Pepto-Mangan, Peruna, Vin
Mariani and a hundred other pre
parations, which we sell at tho
manufacturer's printed list-price.
MAUf DRUG . STOKE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Tie Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
tho Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
F. V.Macfarlane..2nd Vice-President
C. II. Cooko Cashier
C. Hustaco Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tcnnoy, J. A. McCandlcss,
C. II. Atherton, E. F. Hishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooko, President W. T. Robins: n, Vice President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
R. A. Wadsworth, Director D. JI. Case, Director
Report to the Comptroller of the Currency.
I, onus ami Discounts J126.976.S4
United States llonds 16,500.00
1'retuuini on U. S. llonds 450.00
Other Homls (quickly convert) 63,975.00
Cash and Due from Banks 41,053.44
making House, I'urniture.etc 7,300.00
Due from U. S. Treasury S25.00
TERRITORY OP HAWAII, ) w
COUNTY OP MAUI, PJ
I, C, D. Lufkin, Cashier of the abovo named bank, do solemnly swear
that thv above is tru' to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, CAsim:it.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30th day of August, 11)07:
J. GARClANotary Public Sec, Jud. Circuit
Secretary H. P. Vood of the Promotion. Committee
Reports that Maui has the Most Attractive
Scenic Advantages of the Group.
WAS QUANTRELL EVER ON MAUI?
Story from Kansas Not Believed Here. Published Letter
However Proves Some Knowledge of the Islands.
Mother Parker Dies in Honolulu Aged 1 02 Years. y
MAUI CHARMS A Si I: liXPLOITED.
'Secretary II. P. Wood of the
Hawaii Promotion Committee who
last week completed a tour of the
island has returned to Honolulu
and gives a most glowing account
of the scenic beauty of the island
which he says is tho leader of the
In an inteiviow with an adver
tiser reporter he says.
"As a result of what I saw dur
ing my short stay on Maui I think
that I am justfied in saying that
that island has more to oiler in
the way of scenic attractions for
fourists than any other island in
the group," said Secretary Wood at
the meeting of the Promotion Com
mittee yesterday, reporting on his
recent trip. Mr. Wood visitsd the
various points of interest on the
VaMey Isle, including the sum nil
of Ilaleakala, the plateau at the
head of Iao Valley, the trail
through tho rubber country and
tho field of the new pinoapple in
dustry, and comes back strongly
impressed with the necessity of
advertising Maui still more exten
sively as a place for tourists.
Among the lecommendations
which Mr. Wood make?, a recom
mendation endorsed by the com
mittee yesterday is that the govern
ment should carry out its policy
inaugurated with the building of
the Kilauea road with prison labor
and put gangs at work in building
a proper trail to Ilaleakala from
Idlewild and also extending the
trail up Iao Valley, past the Need
les and to the summit crater. In
these matters the Secretary was in
structed to bring them to the at
tention of the Governor.
Tho meeting yesterday, which
was attended by W. T. Lucas, .las.
L. McLean, J. A. McCandlcss and
Secretary Wood, developed into a
good roads' caucus, the main dis
cussion of the meeting being on tho
fact that ir. any of tho macadam
roads of the district wore being
allowed to fail into disrepair. Tho
Capital Stock ,
Surplus ami Profits
Due to Hanks
fact that the road department had
patching slangs now at work was
mentioned, however, as promising
better things. This discussion arose
over a proposal to recommend to
t tie Supervisors tho immediate re
pairing of t he Diamond Head road.
This recommendation was not
adopted, however, as it was not
considered advisable to particular
ize in asking for repair?.
In connections ith the trip made
to Maui by the Secretary he re
ported that the hotel accommoda
tions on that island for tourists
were in fairly good shape. Ho
thought that a rest house at Keanae
would make tho ride over that trail
more popular. This was the trip
taken by tho Longworths and the
Londons, a trip which Jack London
declared afforded him more satis
faction than any he had ever taken
anywhere in the world. Tho Sec
retary was instructed to eommuni
cato with the Wailuku Improve
ment Association and suggest that
tho matter be considered.
SECRET A R Y'S K EPOI'T.
The regular weekly report ot the
IJyjthe Sierra we received a few
lines from Commodore Sinclair o
the South Coast Yacht Club, stat
ing that his club has added two
new boats to its list this season,
botli of which are probable entries
for tho 190S race One of tho boats
is about fifty-eight feet water line,
the other about eighty feet. Mr.
Sinclair closed his letter by saying:
"I expect to sail tho Lurlino
again, though perhaps not to vic
tory." Tho following letter from Mr. II.
C. Harlow, executive director of the
Chicago Association of Commerce,
is of general interest:
''Chicago, September 12, 1907.
"Mr. H. P. Wood, Secretary, Ha
Avaii Promotion Comniittee,IIonoluhi.
"Dear Sir: I take great pleasure
in formally acknowledging for tho
Chicago Association of Commorce,
receipt of tho carload of pineapples
and avocados consigned to this
market and association, in chargo
of Mr. J. E. Higgins, and judi
ciously advertised and distributed
hero, through Mr. T. Edw. Wilder,
chairman of the Publicity Com
mittee of this association.
"The association, represented by
its largost committeo," tho Ways
and Means Committee, tasted your
delightful fruit with much interest,
and through this demonstration of
your remarkable resources, and the
opportune remarks by Mr. Higgins,
wore led to think of tho islands as
trado Territory worthy elosor union
with the Great Central Markot.
"May this reciprocity bo steadily
cultivated on both sidos.
"With host wishes for tho work'
of your association, I am
"Vory Truly yours,
"(Sig.) II. C. HARLOW,
' ' E xecu t i v e D i rcc t or. "
Mr. J. P. Baumgartner of the
Santa Ana Daily Register, writosj
that his plans for sending a party
of several young ladies to Hawaii
are not definitely decided upon a?
yet but he "hopes to be able to win
Mr. .Tared C. Smith informs tnc
that the revised manuscript for
pamphlet on "Agricultural Possi
bilities of Hawaii'' will be ready
about October 1st.
1 am pleased to say that our
efforts looking to the securing of
two or three characteristic photo
graphs of tho different ports of the
Pacific which wc hope to have
bound in Album form arc meet
ing with encouragement. The
secretaries of the Seattle and San
Diego Chainbei'3 of Commerce write
that they will secure the desired
photographs and forward them at
an early date.
WAS QUANTRCLL ON MAUI?
County Attorney, D. II. Case
has received" a letter from his fath
er who resides in Topeka, Kansas
in which he encoses a clipping
from the Mail and Breeze which
will prove interesting reading to
tho residents of the islands and
should it prove true it will assist
in clearing up a mystery connect
ed with the death of one of tho
most notorious characters the Unit
ed States ever produced. The Mail
and Breeze says:
FROM QUA.NTRELL'S RELA
TIVE. Wo give the following letter re
ceived a few days ago for what it
is worth. Tf tho statements ' in it
are true it is certainly an interest
ing contribution to the history of
Editor Mail and Breeze I see
quite a discussion in the papers as
to whether Quantrcll is alivo or
If you will lake my word for it
Quantrell is not alive. Ho died
February 1(5, 190G, 'on the island
of Maui, in Hawaii. lie had real
property both on Hawaii and Maui,
lie had two sons, one at Oahu and
one at Honolulu. I was with him
in prison at Louisville, Ky., and
knew of his mysterious escape at
the time. After the war I mot him
in Montana. I wont with him
then to Prince Willhm county,
Virginia, near Washington city.
We went over the old battleground
at Bull Run and collected several
bits of history and made a map of
the battleground. Quantrell went
under an assumed name.
Wo visited C ener.il Robert E.
Lee and wore well entertained by
Captain Tyler of Hay market. Wc
married sisters in North Carolina.
Wo moved to Nebraska where
Quantrcll bought and sold lands,
lie did not act as an agent, but
bought all that ho could get. Some
ho paid for and some he only gave
notes and mortgages for. I To got
deeds to largo amounts. Tho coun
try was sparsely settled and ho
sold to the best advantage.
We boih sold out and went to Mis
souri in 1S72. Wo stopped with a
man by thu name of Martin Rice, in
Jackson eou' try, near Kansas City
Rico was a well informed man and
a yentloman, and ' good at writing
poetry. He had a keen insight into
national affairs and was a pretty
t;ood financier. Quantrell and I both
took quite an interest in writing and
copying many of Rico's piecos of poo
try and tins seomad to please him a
yreut deal. We took our fair.ilies to
a place near II-m'isonville in Cnss
county and loft them with a family
by the name of Ford. We went to
the Hawaiian lslunds during tho Har
Quantrell conceived the uloa that
the islands would eventually bo an
nexed to tho United States and he
had a considerable interest in tho is
lands. Wo had a scheme oji foot
Contiuucd on Page 6,
Quarantine Restrictions have been Modified.
Collector Chamberlain Resigns, Detroit
Wins Baseball League.
WILL BUILD TOURIST ROADS ON HAUL
Governor Frcar Plans to Send Prisoners to Construct Cer
tain Roads on Maui Minority Delegates will Support
Mayor Taylor. Ford Offers no Defense.
(SPIiCIAL TO THU MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 0G deg. test 3.95 Beets !). 7Jd.
HONOLULU, October 4. Secretary Straus recommends American
farmers with small capital to go to Hawaii.
The defendants in the Lowrio vs Castle suit made a motion to stay
proceedings on the grounds that it was a fishing excursion.
Quarentiuo restrictions have been modified on orders of Chief
Governor Frear will endeavor to obtain prison labor to build
tourist road 'on Maui.
WASHINGTON, October -1. -Collector Chamberlain of tho In
ternal Revenue ollice in Hawaii has resigned on account of tho illness
of his wife.
Bids were opened yesterday for supplying six million pounds of
supplies for'the fleet which will shortly sail for the Pacific.
CAIRO, Tenn., October -L President Roosevelt stated in a speech
here that the licet wiU alternate between tho Atlantic and tho Pacific.
SAN FRANCISCO, October -1. A minority among the delegates
present at the Republican convention have notified the party that thoy
will support .Mayor Taylor rather than Ryan, the party nominee.
Tho defenfco in the Ford case offered no testimony.
CITY OF MEXICO, October -l. Secretary Root is hero as guest of
the Chamber of Deputies, which convened especially to receive him.
This is tho greatest honor the republic has ever shown a foreign guest.
CHICAGO, October 4. Detroit won tho ohamnionshit) of the
American Baseball League.
TOKIO, October 4.- Secretary Taft has sailed for Manila.
LANCASTER, Penn. October 4. Four Italians were executed
hero yesterday for a murder committed last year.
HONOLULU, October ;. J. Lor Wallach had an interview 'with
Govornor Frer.r yesterday. He makes rambling state men's and.de-.
clarcs he floored Secretary Mott-Smith with his answers. The Gover
nor says nothing for publication.
The new auto ordinance provides a speed limit of eight miles for
certain localities. Supervisor Hustace censures tho Sheriffs for not
enforcing the present law.
Rev. J. S. Kalana, an old Hawaiian clergyman, died yestcdav.
NliW YORK, October 2.- The American-Hawaiian steamers will
carry coal for tho battleship ileet at S.OO per ton.
CINOINNATTI, October 8. Nine of the Democratic nominees'
for municipal positions, including tho Mayor, decline to run because of
the dictatorial policies of the bosses.
BOISE, October .'!. Senator Borah has been found not guilty.
NEW YORK, October 3. It is reported that Gladys Vanderbilt
will marry an Austrian count.
CRAWFORDSVILLIC, Ind., October 3. Mrs. Lew Wallace died
HONOLULU, October 2. J. B. Roadhouso will bo tho dean of
the faculty of the College of Agriculture and Arts.
Lionel Hart was surrendered by his bondsmen and is again in
The export of the Standard Oil Company arrived by tho Korea.
Twelve Orientals havo applied for certificates of Hawaiian birth.
Mrs. Afong will relinquish her interest in $26,000 trust funds.
Tho licenso money due tho Counties as a result of tho decision of
Governor Frear that tho law was legally passed by tho last legislature
has been distributed for tho quarter cndinir September .'tfltb Tim
division is as follows: Oahu, 118,000; Hawaii, $0,750; Maui, $4,200-
and Kauai, uu.
Tho Hawaii Shinpo, local Japaneso daily, has been sold out to the
KANSAS CITY, Octobor 2.Joscph Smith has loft hero on route
to Honolulu whero he will dedicate a now building of tho Reorganized
Church of Later Day Saints. 0
SAN FRANCISCO, October 2. Wilson and Coffee, two boodling
Supervisors, broke faith with the District Attorney and havo been
Porter Ashe and Brown havo been indicted for complicity in kid
napping Freomont Older of tho San Francisco Bulletin.
Tho Democrats havo nominated Taylor for Mayor and Langdon
for District Attorney.
KEOKUK, Octobor 2. President Roosoyolt addrossed a meeting
hero yesterday and then left down the Mississippi.
TOKIO, October 2. Secretary Taft lunched with Baron Hayashi.
r?r. NK' Y0J1,C OetolAra. A ruoeivor has been appointed for tho
'Metropolitan Street Railway.