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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1 907
What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
LOUGH MAUI, No. 5)84, A. I3.G-A. M
Stated meetings will bo hold at
Masonic Hall, Kaliului, on llic first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren an cordially in
vited to attend.
1). II. CASE, U. w. y
t. f. ' Secretary.
ALUIIA LODGli NO. II KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held .it
the Knights of Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday Sept. 28th, Oct. 12lh.
All visiting members are cordially
invited to attend.
W. S. MODNTCASTLI2, C. C.
1).. H. DAVIS, K. OF R. & S.
HUGH M. COKE.
Notaiiv Pin ii.io.
Don't send away for anything
when you can get what you need
from us. We save you thu freight.
Chamojs skins, Syringes, Hot
Water Bags, Plasters, Wood Alco
hol Liquozonc, Dioxogen, Hydro
gen Peroxide, - Creolin-Pearson,
Somnos, Antiphlogistino, Lithia
Tablets, Milk of Magnesia, Lydia
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound',
Listerine, Cainphcnol, Swamp
Root. Ponto-Mangan. Peruna. Vin
Mariam and a hundred other pre
parations, which wo sell at the
manufacturer's printed list-price.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
KllllV VI IMiWli
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tonnoy, J. A.McCandless,
C. II. Atherton, E. b Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
mi i l
llio mult oi Hawaii
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooke, President W. T. Robinson, Vice-President
C. D. Lufkiu, Cashier
R. A. Wadsworth, Director D. JI. Case, Director
Report to the Comptroller of the Currency
AUGUST 22, 1907.
Loans and Discounts f 126,976.84
United States llonds 16,500.00
Premium on U. S. llomls .150.00
Other JJoiuls (quickly convert) 63,975.00
Cash and Due from Hanks 4J.053--14
Hanking House, l'urniture.ete 7,300.00
Due from U. S. Treasury S25.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, I Qc
COUNTY OF MAUI, (
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of tho above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above Is true to tho best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashikk.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 30th day of August, 1907'.
.J. GARCIA, Notary Public Sec, Jud. Circuit
TARS WIN BY
The Game Sunday was the Best Ever. Played
on Maui. Defeated Team Played Clean
and Strong Game.
THE CIRCUIT COURT TERM CLOSES.
Court Term at Lahaina Docs
' Much Business and Adjourns Criminal Libel Suits
Against Editor Yokogava Set for March Term
THE SCORE STOOD 1 to O.
The best gamo of base ball' uvor
nlaved on tho island of Maui; took
place at Wells Park Sunday be.
tween the Stars snd the Waikapus
It was an ideal day and the boys
were in excellent form. Once dm
ing tho game the Stars had three
men on bases and none out but the
skillful work of the Waikapus pre
vented them from making a run.
Each inning gave no result 'on
the tally board until the ninth
inning after the Waikapus had
failed to score. Johnny Garcia for
(he Stars' reached third base and
when nearly- all hope to scor.o
was gonel'okipala made a safe hit
that let Garcia down to home.
The game was exceptionally free
from errors' and honors were even
so far as good playing was con
cerned. While noire of tho Waikapu team
ever got as far as second base dur
ing the nine innings their skill in
keeping the Stars down won for
them the praise of the sports pro-
CIRCUIT COURT TERM ENDS.
The October term of the Circuit
Court closed on Tuesday morning
ot this week.
Many cases were jury waived,
some continued and many disposed
Kami Okamura was convicted
of perjury and sentenced to three
months imprisonment. Some mon
ths ago she swore to a complaint
charging another Jap with the
commission of a serious crime.
When the caso was called a few
days later she testiiied positively
that the statements she had made
when tne warrant was issued were
not true. The authorities believed
that tho whole affair was -a put up
job to extort money from tho de
fendant in the first case and as the
plot failed tho complaining witness
told a different story in order, to
have tho matter drop but in stead
the hand of tho law dropped and
Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits 18,614.53
Due to Hanks 4i492.75
Dividends Unpaid 28.00
Much Quick Work Transacts
she.is now in jail to suffer tho sen
tence imposed by tho court.
The three cases against editor
loKogawa tor criminal nnei were
put over to the March term of the
court. I p. the mean time he is out
Mrs. Hayashi was charged with
profanity and plead guilty and was
sentenced to pay a fine of throe
dollars which she promptly did.
The Court sot the 28th instant
as tho day on which dates will he
fixed to hear the jury waived cases.
On the evening of tho 22nd tho
genial manager of tho Pioneer
Hotel dined, wined and puaaed the
judge and jury and the court oflje
ers. Exprcsions of good will and
many apt hits made.
W. II. Crawford made a brilliant
speech in Chinese which was ably
interpreted by D. II. Davis of the
Maui Wine and Liquor Company.
MANY GOING FROM MAU1TO SEE
Tho big series of ball games that
will take place in Honolulu be
tween the All Hawaii Team and
the team of all-stars from the Paci
fic Coast in November is attracting
much attention on all of tho Is
lands and it looks as though there
will be many baseball fans who
will go from all poinlsvon the dif
ferent Islands to see tho fun. The
rate is one faro for the round trip
and is within reach of all who may
Tho Hawaii Team is a good one
and they are sure to give the Coast
boys some hard games and in fact
they aro betting in Honolulu that
tho homo team will at least win
Imlf of tho games.
Tho line up of tho Hawaii Team
is as follows: Donahue and Lyman
C; Joy and Renter P; Sanborn and
Williams IB; Vannatta2B; Hamp
ton 3B; Williams S.'S; Lemon and
Burns L. F,; Aylett and Fernandez
C. F.; Louis and Darcy R. F;
Tho Coast team will arrive in
Honolulu on tho 22nd; of next
month and play on the 23rd.
Tho fact that grinding will start
much earlier this year than usual
will prevent a number from attend
ing tho games but all who can go
will do so.
COURT HOUSE TO BE HIGHER.
A wireless was received Thurs
day by County Engineor Hugh
Howell from Superintendent of
Public Works Holloway to allow
tho contractor to raise tho floor of
tho basement of tho Court ljouse
now heing Constructed by A. P.
McDonald two foot above the level
fixed by the Architect.
This wireless was in responee to
a letter written to tho Suporinton
dent by Mr. Howell at the requost
of a number of leading citizens of
Tho original plan was to dig
down about four feet on the lovor
sidejahd about ten feet on tho up-
per side and have the "first floor
much below tho ground. This
floor will bo occupied by the Dis
trict Court, the Tax Assessor, and
the Tax Collector and as the rooms
will bo in the nature of a basement
they were very much objected to
by tho citizens here.
The effect of raising the building
will be that the rooms of the lower
floor wilj have less the nature of a
basement, there will be less danger
of decay and tho elevating of tho
entire building will give it a more
Every citizen consulted in the
matter approved of the plan to
raise the building and there is
universal satisfaction now that it
is to bo higher.
MINISTERS HOLD MEETING.
The 'monthly meeting of the
Evangelical ministers of central
Maui was hold at the Kaahumanti
Church Wailuku this week Tues
dny. A large number of ministers
and visitors were present.
Rev. John Kalino of Paii preach
ed the sermon in. Hawaiian which
was followed by an address by Rev.
K. B. Turner, the pastor of the
Foreign Church of Makawao upon
''What a minister chould expect
from his congregation. The session
closed by an oxergesis of certain
sections from John's Gospel by
Uev. John E. Dodge of Kahului.
This was Mrs Dodge's last address
to Maui ministers and be used the
opportunity to givo some exceed
ingly practical advice to them.
County Auditor Wilcox was pre
sented at part of the session and
assisted by interpreting.
After the meeting the ladies of
the Kaahumanu Church served a
Rev. D. W. K. White of Lahaina
and Rev. R. B. Dodge a committee
of the Maui Association delegated
for the purpose, last Sunday visit
ed Ilonokohau, whoro they install
ed as pastor of that Church Rev.
Geo. M. Kauaulalena.
Tho materials have recently been
ordered for tho repair of "Hale
Aloha" in Lahaina. This historic
old building has been practically
in ruin for the last fen years, has
now been put into first class con
dition so it may be available as a
meeting place for the citizens of
Lahaina. The hall will be the
largest in Lahaina and it is ex
pected to bo used as a lecture and
concert hall as well as social hall
belonging to Wainec Church. In
former days it was used as a school
house, and the black boards are
still hanging on tho walls.
T ho reptirs are being undertak
en by' Rev. D..W. K. White who is
well known as a first class carpen
ter. Ho planned and constructed
the various stations on tho Oahu
railroad between Honolulu and
Shingle to Stnt Work.
R. W Shingle, president of the
Waterhouso Trust Co., was a passen
ger today on tne lunau for Ililo.
Shingle is going up to look over the
lumber business on Hawaii, and to
start things moving for the contract
that was recently signed for ties for
tho Santa Fe railroad. Work will be
started at once on the forests und tho
sound of the axes and saws will be
heard for somo time to come.
Shingle when asked what his coni
pany'was goiug to do relative to ships
for carrying this largo amount of
lumber, refused to statu anything at
presont about it, but said that he
would have something to say before
long. The question was also asked
him if the ships would call at Hono
lulu when they ycro loaded, and if
they would carry passengers. Tins
Shlnglo refused to say anything
about, but he said that he would have
something to say about both of these
important matters very shortly.
The United States Government and Wealthly
Syndicates are Aiding the Banks. Rate
on Call Loans Declines.
WALLACH MUST PROVE EFFICIENCY.
Faker Required to Prove Efficacy of Mcdccincs Before He
will be Allowed to Impose on the Lepers. Joe Cohen
Goes Bankrupt. Insurance Man Convicted.
(SPECIAL TO Tllli .MAUI NUWS.) '
Sugar 9G deg. test 3.90 Beets 9s. 3d.
HONOLULU, October 25. J. Lor Wallach must give evidence of
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Tho Hour supply here is limited. The scarcity is clue to the in
different service of tho American-IIrw.aiian S. S. Co.
Joe Cohen is in bankruptcy. His liabilities aro Si 1,000 while his
assetts are only $250.
Paul Jarrett has been appointed manager of the Spreckels Ranch
NEW YORK, October 25. The action of the government is rapid
ly restoring confidence in financial circles.
A syndicate headed by J. Pierpont Morgan has deposited
$100,000,000 in New York banks. John D. Rockefeller has also do
Call loans have dropped from 110 to 10.
PITTSBURG, October 25 The Iron City Trurt Co has closed.
The Governor of Nevada has declared three legal holidays to
enable the banks to raise funds.
ROME, October 25. Through disastrous earthquakes in Southern
Italy two villages weru destroyed.
QUEENSTOWN, October 25. The steamer Lusitania made the
trip from Sandy Hook light to this port in 4 daya -1 hours and 4G
minutes. . 1
WASHINGTON, October 25.- The battleship fleet will remain in
the Pacific 90 davs.
NEW YORK, October 25. Former Vice-President Gillette of the
Mutual Life Insurance Co., has been convicted of perjury.
HONOLULU, October 24. Tho steamer Mongolia replaces the
Persia in November. Manager Schevering of the Pacific Mail S. S.
Co. writes that there is no hope-for a largo boat on this run. They
cannot operate the run between Honolulu and San Francisco and may
leave the Oriental line.
The bond issue is completed. The bonds went to the First Na
tional Bank at -fOS.la.
There will probably be three Inoro ct Wahiawa.
WASHINGTON, October 24. -ChamUiiain recommends Drake to
succeed him as Internal Rovenue Collector in Hawaii.
NEW YORK, October 21. The Trust Company of America has
been aided by the banks and stood tho shock. It is believed tho Com
pany will come through alright. '
. PITTSBURG, October 24.-Tho flurry is settling.
The Westinghouso Electric Machine Co. and the Werner Lamp Co.
ask for receivers.
NEW YORK, October 24. The Knickerbocker Trust Co. ia still
LONDON, October 24. Tho financial crisis is not felt here.
ST. LOUIS, October 24. In the balloon race for the Bennett Cup
tho German baloon won, having traVeld 880 miles, France, second, 875.
miles and America lourth and filth.
VANCOUVER, October 24. The steamer Empress of China sunk
at the wharf. It is supposed the sea-cocks became open.
IIILO, October 23. Tho Mahogany Lumber Co. will probably
send to Japan for a thousand experienced axmen. They will bo shipp
ed direct to Ililo.
NEW Y'ORK, October 23. Secretary Cortolyou has doposited
funds in local banks.
Tho Knickerbocker Trust Co. is not open.
Tho Trust Company of America asks aid.
PETTSBURG, October 23. The stock exchange is not open. -Tho
Security Investment Co. is involved Ueccivors havo been as
Tho Carson Nevada State Bank, with branches at Goldfield, Tono
pah, Manhattan and Blair has suspended business.
Tho New York and Ormsby County Bank has closed to procuro
MANILA, October 23. Secrotary Taft has been petitioned to
withdraw tho transports from the inter-island service.
HONOLULU, October 23,-Jas. T. Taylor, may succeed C. S
Holloway as Suporintendont of Public Works and C. H. Kluogol may
bo appointed in place of J. II. Howland in Novombor.
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nev. ianon Alexander Mackintosh is to be married in England
Wallach's decision is expected Thursday.
T. LOUIS. Octobor 23. Onn
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aiur,is now ovor Toronto, ivis beliovud that tlm Amorinnna ..will
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