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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1907
The Smoke of a Ciomo Cigar Chuaos Quro Away. Light One and
Tsste the Sweetness of Content.
At All Ciar Stores.
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I "Remember the Maine" I
I Maui Wine
OUR GOODS 'ARE RIGHT 3
OUR SERVICE IS RIGHT
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
H We Want Your Trade nd Will Do Our j
E Best to Hold it. s
hn-5. M. ooke, Pres. . I). Lufkin, nslncr Win. Helming, Vice-Prcs.
K. A. Wadsworth, Director V. h. Decoto, Director
Report to the Comptroller of the Currency
AUGUST Z2, 1907.
RKSOURHS I LIAMMTIKS
Loans and Discounts $ 36,037.82 Capital Stock...'. , 25,000.00
United States Bonds 6,250.00 '
Premium on U. S. IiQiuls. . 220.06
Other Bonds (quickly convert) 12,110.00
Cash and Due from Banks io,24S.SS
Furniture and Fixtures 1,175.00
Due from U. S. Treasury ........ ....JJ2.50
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, ) .
COUNTY OF MAUI bb
I, C. D. 1,'ufkin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
. D. I.UFKIN, ashier .
Subscribed and sworu to before me this3oth day of August, 1907.
J. GAR I A, Notary Public Sec. Jud. ircuit.
Deputy Treasurer Ilonry Hapai has prepared and delivered to tho
Governor a statement of the licenso collections, both general and liquor,
for the months of July and August of this year. Of these licenses, tc
Territory rotalus half and the vatious counties grit half. The Counties
sharo is shown in the last colum of the table which follows:
Genet al licenses
General licenses 11,572. f0
Liquor Licenses 7,320.00
General licenses 9,557.50
Liquor Licenses . . . .' 5,590.00
General licenses 5,074,00
Liquor Licenses 90.00
General licenses 6,771.39
Liquor Licenses 410.07
General licenses; 3,50123
Liquor Licenses 729.19
Goneral licenses .. 1,4(31. 00
Liquor Licenses 140.00
General licenses 1,111)6.74
Liquor Licenses 1 2,910.09
General licenses 8S1.301.2S
Liquor. Licenses 41,100,72
Surplus and Profits .
Due to Banks
Dividends Unpaid ,
FOR JULY AND AUGUST.
& Liquor Co.
(Continued from Page I.)
which we thought wo could work
through M.irlin H"ieo. We wont to
the queen hut could not get a per
sonal conference with her and came
to the United States with properly
matured ideas but with 110 definite
arrangement, but thought wn could
interest Mr. Rice enough to get him
to outline a plan and by a blended
effort we could get executive action
a littlo latter, make QuantrolPs son
Furious, and both profit bv it finan
cially. We went and called on lliee again
but Tound him utterly incapable of
steering any kind of policy through
as he was too far in his dotage. He
was quite childish and his usefulness
had narrowed down till a small circle
around him contained it. Hp was
writing then and preparing a book
of his poem and look more delight in
talking about the Sniabnr hills and
reading to us "Among the Hills of
Sniabar" than anything we could
bring to ids mind in the way ot shap
ing the history of the islands. We
went back and Quant roll despaired,
but later he saw his plans loom up in
reality. He rejoiced at it, came back'
to San Francisco and one of lib sons
came with him and engaged in busi
ness, but at the breaking out of the
Spanish-American war he went, to
Michigan and enlisted in the 33rd
Michigan Infantry and took part in
the battle of Santiago.
Young Quantrell is prominent in
politics and is a Republican. The
other boy is a prominent citizen of
Hawaii. Quantiell has a daughter
married and living in Kansas. I
came to Kansas to see tier. I am in
my 87th year. My niece is a con
stant reader of your pap? r, as her
husband is a subscriber. She 'how
ed me the cartoon, showing lm 1
father's bones and with her consent
and of my own volition 1 write this
letter. Aaron B. Russell, Mullin
We presume that there are a great
many who will read this letter and
imagine that the old man is lhe vie
Urn of a pipe dream, the hallucina
tion of age, but they must at least
acknowledge that it is an interesting
communication. Mail and Breeze.
William Quantrell, the most notori
ous guerilla of the United Slates
raided the town or Lowrence, Kansas
in May 1S02. He had under him two
hundred and eighty- five mpn, two
hundred and sixty of whom were
strapped to their horses in such a
wiy that it, was impossible for them
to get off. He burned the town and
killed one hundred and forty persona
and destroyed one hundred and forty
houses with the loss of but one man
who was --hot and killed by a boy of
Mr. Case wrhes that lie was in
Lawrence about an hour' after the
departure of Quantrell and saw about
eighty persons with -their arms and
legs burned off.
It is thought that if he ever resid
ed in the islands he went, under an
assumed name. In Lawrence before
the war he was a school teacher and
wan accused of forge.-y by some of
the residents of Lawrence and for
that and other reasons decided to
wipe Hie town off the map which ho
did. He was a small man and weigh
ed pi obably about one hundred ai.d
thirty fivo pounds.
If thete Is any truth in the claim
that he died in the Territory ii shou'd
be an snsy matter to vcrrlfy it for
acs.rate records are kept by the
Hoard of Health of the death of all
persons in the islands.
The Passinfc of "Mother-" Pni'Icer.
"Mother" Parker, who was in her
one hundred and second year, passed
quietly to the beyond yesterday foro
noon at 10 o'clock.
Services for the family were held
yesterday afternoon at the Parker
residence by Rev. O. II. Gulick, as
sistod by the Rev. Mr. Lono of Kau
Mother Parker was born Mary
Elizabeth Darker at Hranford, Con
necticut. December 9, 1805, and lived
during her youth at Guilford, Conn.,
where she was man led September 24,
1832, to Benjamin Wyman Parker, o(
Reading, Mass., who was two years
her senior. With her husband she
was a momber of the sixth company
of missionaries sent by the American
Board. That company included be
sides theso two, Rev. John Diell and
wife, Chaplain of the American Sea
man's Friend Society, Lemuel Puller,
printer, and Rev. Lowell Smith and
wife. This company sailed from New
Loudon, Connecticut, Nov. 217 1832,
on tho ship Mentor and arrived after
a voyago of 101 days, May 1, 1833.
Tho "Historical Missionary Album"
published a few yearn ago contains
the following: "The brlganMno Dhuu-
Ho, Captain Bancroft, sailed from
Honolulu July 2, 1833. for the Mar
quesas Islands, via Tahiti, and arrived
at Nuuhiva August 10, having ns
passengers, Messrs. Alexander Ann-
strong and Parker, with Ihcir wives,
and also three Hawaiian men ser
vants, whose help proved invaluable.
For sufficient reasons this mission
was given up and the missionaries
returned in the wliah-ship Renjamin
Rush, Ci pta'n Coffin, arriving at
Honolulu May 12, 1834.
Her one hundredth birthday was
especially marked in its observance.
This was December 9, 1905. The Ha
waiian band under the direction of
Captain Bf-rger went to her Judd
street residence and gave a pleasing
program to her honor. She received
a number of cablegrams of congratu
ltition, one of them from Gorham D.
Gil-nan, another from her grand
daughter, and another from Mrs. C.
M. Cooke, who was on the CDast at
Mother Parker's birthdny last var
was celebrated but more quietly
many friends, however; calling to pay
"Mother" Parker leaves four cbil
dren, as follows: R-v.H. H. Pa rite r,
pastor of Kawaiahno Church; Mary
S. Parker, Carrie 7). Perkfr and
Mrs. J 1. Green. Two grandchildren
are in Boston. They are Mrs. II. U
Wilcox and Carrie P. Green. -Bulletin
TEACHERS HOLD MEETING.
Friday, September 27th, the
Wailuku-Makawao teachers held
a inc?ting in Paia school house be
ginning at 10 o'clock, A. M.
The following was the program
of the day:
Itoll-cnll answered by quotations.
Secretary's Report, Miss Ontai
Tho Recent Japanese American
Complication, F. W. Hardy.
Geography, Grade J and II.
Playground English, J. Dolini.
Miss M. IS. Fleming.
Letter Writing, F. IS. Atwater.
(tending in the Primary Grade,
Arithmetic in the Primary Grade,
Manual Training, W. C. Crook.
As Miss Seholtz and Air. Atwat
er were prevented from attending
the meeting by rain their papers
were not given.
The consideration of tho com
mittee's report rendered by Mr.
Copeland concerning proposed
changes in management of schools
of Hawaii was postponed until
next meeting. Tho annual election
of o Hi cars resulted as fallows: W.
T. Wells, president; Miss Ontai,
vice-president; and Jas. Dolim,
secretary. Among the thirty pre
sent were Inspector II. M. Wells
and Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Itosecrans.
GRAND BASEBALL FOR HONO
LULU. A grand baseball -team composed
of National, American and Coast
Loaguo players will visit theso Is
lands in November and play
against the cream of Hawaii. This
series of bull games are attracting
wide attention all over tho United
States and they promise to be by
far the grandest Athletic enter
tainment ever pulled off in these
The team that is coming is as
fast an aggregation as can be gott
en together and tlioy will play this
wonderful game ns it should bo
played. There are many basohall
fans on Maui that would like to
soo tit 13 groat team go up against a
Picked Team of this Territory and
tho chances are that there will bo
many of the Island fans take ad
vantage of tho cheap round trip
rate that has beon made botween
all points on tho other Islands and
Honolulu. Tho round trip rate
will be 0110 faro. This is a very
Barnoy Joy the wonderful Ha
waiian pitchor will bo back to
pitch for tho local boys and ho
will demonstrate what he can do.
With him in tho box and n profes
sional catcher to reccivo him ho
WINTER LB-AGUE'S SCHEDULE.
The Maui Athlutlc Association has
Four locul teams have entered the field and will
park each Sunday.
The schedule for the season is as follows:
ScitEDUbi: or Games Wihtkk Liiaouk
1907 1.30 1VM.
October (1 VQnkapti vs Healani
" 13 Stars v FJclwfatir7-i
20 Stars vs Waikapu - -
" 27 Waftfnpu vs Healani 7
November 3 Stars vs Healani
" 10 Staf? vs Waikapu
" 17 Waikapu vs Healani
" 24 Stars vs Healani
December 1 Slnrs vs Waikapu
should be in lino to win some of
Honolulu is crazy with excite
ment over the coming of this team
and some very tine games of ball
The VVxitchmnn whh Aquitted.
Choy Young Kee had Autono
Tores, a Porto Rlcan watchman em
ployed by the Wailuku Sugar Com
pany umMt-d M nday and brought
before Disl rid Magistrate McKay
Choy told the Court that he was
peacefully going in visit a friend when
lie wes assaulted ty Toies. Ho was
knocked down, beaten into insensibili
ty with a slick and ihen slabbed.
Chief Engineer Sticubrok was
called for the defendant. He said
brass and Copper lo the value of
over $200 00 had recently been stolen
and whe-'i be saw ibe complaining
witness in the mill lie calltd the
w itchinan and oidercd him to
t ic Korean out. The Korean
fused to iro and Mm t uu-li'nati
considei able trouble in puslnn
fellow out. He went on his wav
did not see l lie assault, and battery
dct-ctibcd by the complaining witn- ss.
The defendant stated that he had
beet, ordered by the engineer to put
the Korean out hut that the Korean
had refused to go when' using such
force as he found nei esary lo eject
him ho diseoxered a brass stop cock
for a water piue in (lie clothes of the
Korean. When he look that from
linn he said the Korean shipped him,
He then struck him several times
with a spoke from a buggy.
The Court thought there was in
sufficient testimony to convict the
defendant and he was accordingly
The Wailuku District Improvement
Association held its monthly meeting
Thursdn ev i.ir.g.
U A. Wadsworth president over
the meetliig while Oharhs Wilcox
recorded tie' minutes.
The mino'es of the previous meet'
ing were read and approved.
The matter of planting trees along
the street on lower Main Street was
reported by D. H. Case, one of the
committee appointed for that pur
pose by the Associati.m at. the lasl
The manner in which the t ees
were planted was condemned by the
members as they all seemed 10 feel
that the trees should not havi been
planted so near th" toad and therr
by obstruct the view t,r Kahului har
bor when the trees g'ow up. J. H.
Wilson, the County Superintendent
of roads was made a momber of the
committee and the committee given
Mr. Coke reported that he had
taken the question of a proper dump
ing ground for the odorless excava
tor up with thu Wailuku member ol
the Board and had discussed the
same wita him. The Committee was
given further time and requested to
have some definite plan outlined by
tho Board if possible. Mr. Coke said
he undoi stood the matter had been
left entirely with Supcrvison Kaiue
by the Hoard but at tho meeting ho
attended tho Supervisors was not
ready to report and what action if
any was taken by the Board at a
later meeting he was unable to find
J. II. Wilson and Rev. R. B. Dodge
wero elected members of tho Associ
ation. Mr.' Coke reported that ho had
received a lotter from Secretary
Wood of the Promotion Committee
who urged the ' building of better
roads on Maui and spoke in the
highest terms of the natural beauty
and unsurpassed scenic advantages
of tho island of Maui. Mr.. Wood
wrote that he found that Maui was
hnve winter league games.
play two games at Wells
AUt Atulktio Association.
3 30 P. M.
" i- Stars vs Jf ahlilui?
Wuiltapu vs Kahutui.
IIcaQni vs Kahului.
. Stars vs Kahului.
Waikapu vs Kahului.
fle'alaiii vs Kahului.
Stars vs Kahului.
" Waikapu vs Kahului.
Healani vs Kahului.
ahead of any island in the group as c
place)f attraction to tourist's but
that a resi house at Keanae was o(
the utmost importance. Jack Lon
don and his wife as vull as Congress
man Longworth and wife had declar
ed to t he speaker that the trip
around oast- Maui was Hie grandest
liioy had ever seen and urged tho
necessity of building bettor roads for
the accommodation for tourists.
Mr. Colte rlso spoke of the good
work bring done bv Robert K. Bonino
the moving p'cture man who, while in
the employ of th Thomas A. Edison
Company had visited the Territory
and was now showing pictures of the
places of iut'-rest through out tho
United Slates. He reported that ho
had received pictures taken by Mr.
Bonine and a catalogue of his work
while here and copies of papers con
taining accounts of his exhibitions.
On motion of County Attorney I).
H. Case .1 committee of live was ap
pointed to take up the work- of fur
the 1 ing the cnue outlined in Secre
tary Wood' letter The committee
appointed .named by the Chairman
consists or D. 11. Case, Chailes Will
cox, Re Ft. H. Dodge, W. T. Robin
son and II. M. Coke. "
Five hundred notification cards
were ordered priute. .
At ten o'clock the meeting adjourn
ed. Circuit Court Next Week.
The October term of tho Circuit
Court will be held in Lahaina begin
ning on the 9th instant. The Grand
Jurors will bo svorn in on that day
and begin their work while the trial
jury not be called until the 14th in
stant. The criminal calendar is aboiit as
usual so far as mini bet s are concerned
but the offences of which the parties
are charged a-e of minor importance.
Most of t lie cases aie appeals from
the lower courts and include nesnult
and battery, vngrai.cy, inaliei.ms
injury, gambling, drunk, selling in.
toxjcaling liquur without a licenso
profanity, and using threatening
laugiure. Tnern a-e some cases that
have recent) come to the attention
of the antboritii-s that may provo to
bo of a more serious nature than
those now on the calander.
The civil cases on the dander are
Hackfeld & Co. vs Junius Kaae et al,
Assumpsit. J. H. Wilson v L. M.'
Whitehouse, Assumpsit. Laniwahiao
vs W. E. Satl'ory, Trespass. Philip
Kamai vs Kipahulu Sugar Company,
damages. J. M. Vivas vs t,ouisa
Mofsinan, Assumpsit. J. H. Raymond
vs Ah Ping, Assumpsit. Patrick
Cockett vs Kihei Plantation Company
JURY WAVED CASES.
There are twelve jury waived eases
on the. calar.der and it is probable
that others will be addeil to the list
during the term as '.ho decisions or
1 he present judgo have beon found
satisfactory to th? attorneys In tho
past and less oxpensivo to the liti
gants than where a jury is used. The
cases of this clasB now on thu calen
dar are Meleaka How On ut al v-
Amoe Ah Ho el al Asbumpoit, tho
fishery suits of James Kona et al
Henry Wntcrhousn Trust Company
Tr. W. II. Corn well, 11. P Baldwin,
Shaw. Lokalia Freeman and C. A.
Buchanan. Other cases that will bo
decided without a-j ry Kowikj vs
Fred Mir.amina, Trover, An tone
Svlva vs Papia Nawaa, Replevin,
Eleu Poepoo vs loane Kekuhuna,
Damages. H. Hackfeld & Co. vs
This completes tho civil cases be
fore the court at this session. Some
of the cubes will doubtless bo' con
tinued while others will. bo finally
By the next term of court tho now
County court house will bo completed
and ready for occupancy.