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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1 907
What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
LODGE MAUI, No. 984, A. F. & A. M.
Stated meetings wiK be held at
Masonic Hall. Kahului, on tbo first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visitlny brethren are cjrdially in
vlted to attend.
D. H. CASE, It W. y.
t. f. Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knights of.Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday Sept. 28th, Oct. 12th.
All visiting metnucrs are cordially
invited to attend.
V. S. MOUNTCASTLE, C. C.
D. H. DAVIS, K. OP 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, Dioxogen, Hydro
gen Peroxide, Creolin-Pcarson,
Somnos, Antiphlogistine, Lithia
Tablets, Milk of Magnesia, Lydia
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
Listcrine, Camphenol, Swamp
Root, Pepto-Mangan, Peruna, Vin
Mariani and a hundred other pre
parations, which we sell at the
manufacturer's printed list-price.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Tie Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under tho 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. Tenney, J. A. McCandless,
C. II . 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
R. A. Wadsworth, Director D. JJ. Case, Director
Report to the Comptroller of the Currency
AUGUST 22, 1907.
Loans and Discounts 126,976.84
United States Bonds 16,500.00
l'remium on U. S. Donas 450.00
Other Bonds (quickly convert) 63,975.00
Cash and Due from Hanks 41,053.44
Hanking House, Kurniture,etc 7,300.00
Due frexn U. S. Treasury 825.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, ) Q
COUNTY OF MAUI, J"
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of tho abovo iamed bank, do solemnly swear
that the abovo is trua to tho best of my knowledge und belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Casiiiek.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 30tli day of August, 1907:
J. GARCIA, Notary Public Sec, Jud. Circuit
Agency Established on Hawaii for the Product
of the Kaupakalua Wine & Liquor Go.
by Manager D. L, Meyer.
HEALANIS ARE SHUT OUT.
Fast Game of Base Ball Sunday Favorite Team is Shut Out
Stars Defeat the Kahului's Sunday School Association
Starts New Paper Miss Laura Wells Honored.
NEW MARKET FOR MAUI WINB
A wireless message was received
Thursday from D. L. Meyer, man
ager of the Maui Wine and Liquor
Company announcing that ho and
established an agency on the island
of Hawaii for the product of the
Kaupakalua Wine & Liquor Coin
pany. this company was tormetl a
few years ago for the purpose of
growing grapes to manuiacture
wine on this island. The vines.
grew well from the first and gave
promise of a profitable business.
This year was the first that they
placed any wine on tho market and
from tho first sample sent out it
was predicted that their wine would
become popular and take the place
of many wines that are manufac
tured on the coast and now in much
use on all of the islands.
It is contended that the home
product will appeal to all users of
wine as it is a oetter wine man
wine manufactured on the coast
and sold at the same price as the
wine made hero. Tho encourage
ment of the local industry will save
much money for local purposes and
keep in circulation the money
J. G. Serrao of llilo will have
the exclusive agency of that place
for tho new wine and as there is a
large Potruguesc settlement there
and most of whom use wine it is
safe to say that a good business
will soon be built up there.
WAIKAPUS SHUT OUT HEA
LANIS. The first came of basoball last
Sunday afternoon was between the
Waikapus and the Healanis, when
the Waikapus completely shut out
their opponents. Tho game was a
fast one and at the end of the ninth
inning tho Waikapus had scored 5
runs to tho Healanis 0.
The second game was between
the Stars and the Kahuluis and
was won by tho former to the tune
of 4 to 2. Beforo tho game Can-
tain Bal of tho Stars protested
Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
Surplus and l'rofits 18,614.53
Due to Hanks 4,492.75
Dividends Unpaid 28.00
against the playing of Tom Krue
ger with the" Kahuluis as he had
already played two games with the
Healanis this season.
The attendance was a fairly good'
one. The spectators were well
pleased with the games put up. It
is a pity that the "dead head"crowd
around and in sugar cane fields
cannot be removed or made to pay
their entrance fee.
NBVV PAPER ON MAUL
On November 1st appeared tho
first issue of the Hawaiian Youth a
monthly paper published in tho in
terests of the Sunday School Asso
ciation of Hawaii.
Tho paper should exercise much
lnlluence over the children of the
The paper is a credit to its edi
tors who comprise a number of our
most conscientions religious work
ers in the territory.
Rev. E. B. Turner of Paia, Maui
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is uie junior anu misiness mana
ger, Mr. M. G. Santos is Associate
nil . ...
j ne Associate editors are A. S.
Baker of Kealakekua, Hawaii,
Rev. C. W. Hill of Hilo, C. E
Shields of Hilo, Rev. It. B. Dode
of Wailuku, Rev. Wadman of Ho
nolulu and Rev. J. M. Lydgato of
Tho paper contains Twenty
pages and as the subscription price
is nominal it is within easy reach
The San Francisco Chronicle of
October 10th says that Miss Laura
Wells of Wailuku Maui has just
been elected president of tlje Eng
lish Club of Stanford Universitv.
This is tho highest honor that
can be conferred by any organiza
tion of tho University and as but
very few ladies have been elected
to this position it is conclusive evi
dence of tho nonularitv of the
Miss Wells has taken a great in
terest in literary work and by her
offorts has merited this much
Tho Ladies' Auxiliary of the
Kahului Union Church will hold
their Annual Sale on Saturday
evening, November 9th, 1907, in
tho now warehouse of Kahului or
next door at Capt. Nicholson's,
A largo assortment of useful and
ornamental fancy-work will bo on
sale at prices to suit all.
Fish-pond and "Brownies" will
furnish profit and entertainment
for the children. Flowers and
candy will be on sale; and ice
cream, coffee, cako, sandwiches,
sodawater, lemonade A'c, will bo
on hand to sustain tho inner man
during tho evening.
Have your fortunes told.
Good jimsic will be in uttim
dunce, and a line platform will en
able all who wish to enjoy dancinit.
Trains will run at the usual ex
DEDICATION OP JAPANBSE
This evening, November 2nd, tho
Wailuku Japanese will dedicate
their new school at the corner of
Vineyard and Church streets, Wai
luku. The execrcises will begin at
1 o'clock, and promise to be decid
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listinctively Japanese character
lea m true Japanese stylo will be
served 111 little booths on tho lawn,
and a concert will be given in the
new school building. In the newly
completed parsonage, which is sit
uated on the same lot, there will
bo a sale conducted for tho interests
of the building fund.
A cordial invitation is extended
to tho public to bo present at tho
oxen-rise", and to patronize the
various tables at the sale.
Cooking is to bo taught in schools
in all parts of the Territory here
after. Up to this time its leach
ing has been confined to the Nor
Superintendent Babbitt believes
that it is one of the practical
things in life which can bo taught
in the schools to the advantago of
both pupil and people; that it is a
subject that touclies tho comnuini
iy in its nios't vital spot tho
stomach. He believes that the
school system can bo increased in
usefulness to tho community by
teaching, in a fundamental, . but
practical way, and with refrence to
its educative value, and not by
mere meaningless rule of thumb
directions, tho science of cooking
or rather cooking scientifically.
lie has had prepared by Miss
Marion Bell outlines of lessons in
cooking to be used in all the
schools where the subject is taken
141, in cumuxuon wiin uie more
recondite treatise on tho' subject,
"theory anil Practice of Cookery,"
by llliams tfc Fisher, which is in
use in tho Domestic Science depart
ments of the schools.
These outlino lessons in cooking,
which Miss Bell has prepared, con
sist of twenty lessons, or rathor
more, as some of tho lessons arc de
signed to occupy teacher and pupil
more than ono day. Thoy treat of
the methods of cooking food pro
ducts which aro in universal use in
Hawaii. There is nothing in these
lessons about proparing trulllos but
there is about cooking taro. There
is nothing about how to prepare
lobster a la Nouberg, but thero is
about how to toll fresh fish, how to
clean fish, and how to cook fish in
sovoral different ways, and how to
make a shilling for fish and how to
cook ovor scraps of fish into palat
able, inviting and wholesome dish
Tho outlines begin with a. sug
gestion of tne threo os'sentials of
life, air, wator, food and thoir re
lation to human life, their soourco
and composition and tho physical
and chemical changes they undor
go. In teaching air tho child is to
bo knight how to light a liro, how
to manage a 6tove. In connection
with wator the child is taught how
tc, wash dishes, to scour knivss to
loan tins to take caro of a dish
cloth, of a qink, a kitchon a cup
board, how to swoop, how to scrub
lloors, and how to lay u table.
1 hen beinns food and cooking.
how foods are classified, the princi
pal methods of cookinir. as boilinn.
stowing, broiling, roasting, baking,
I Continued on Page 6.
Is Appointed Superintendent of Public Works.
Financiers will Visit Kihei Today.-Kihei and
H. C, & 8. Co. May Be United.
Thousands of Russians Dying From Ravages of the Dread
Disease. Plague Claims Many Victims in Tunis
Confidence is Restored in Financial Circles.
(SPECIAL TO TIIU MAUI NliWS.I
Sugar 9G deg. test 3.f)0 Beets Us. 3d.
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t "" i- v. ,3. ju. who are consiupr-t
ing a proposition to buy out tho smaller plantation and placing ihb
two under one management.
Nothing positive as1 to the appropriation at Pearl harbor is yet
ST. PETERSBURG, November 1. Cholera has a 'frightful hold
on the people of Russia. 25 of all cases prove fatal.
TUNIS, November 1. Uubonic plague is severe hero.
SAN ANTONIO, November 1. The West Texas bank has closed
WASHINGTON. November 1. A committee from tho House sail
ed yesterday to inspect the Panama Canal.
BOSTON, November 1. Tho law providing for tho use of the
voting machine has been declared unconstitutional.
SAN FRANCISCO, November 1. All banks aro open notwith
standing the proclamation of the Governor declaring holidays.
CHICAGO, November 1. The
Tho loss is $5,000,000.
WASHINGTON, November 1.
and tho Ute Indians threo Indiana
NEW YOT?K. Nnvninlmr 1
HONOLULU, October 30. Lionel Hart
years imprisonment at hard labor.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 30 The California Trust and Safe
Deposit bank' has temporarily suspended business. It was not a mem
ber of tho clearing house and could not use certificates. Action has
been taken to secure depositors. It is believed that the institution is
solvent. No alarm is felt.
ST. PETERSBURG, October SO. A mountain slid down
village of Karatazh and killed 15000 ncrsons.
' MANILA, October 30. Secretary Tuft will sail Saturday direct to
Germany on the steamer Rainbow.
TOKIO, October 30.-It is reported tha crews of tho Russian, tor
podo boats at Vladivostok mutined and attacked tho city. Ono of tho
boats was destroyed.
NYAKTA, October 30. -Two attempts have been made to assassi
NEW YORK, October 30.
Kessler Co. has suspended.
HONOLULU, October 31.Marston Campbell was today apnoint
ed Superintendent of Public Works in place of C. S. Hnlloway who re
signed some days ago. The Assistant Superintendent has not yet boon
Tho Government permits tho payment of 'taxes with certificates of
deposit to prevent the withdrawal of funds.
The mate of tho ship II. Hackfold who was sunnosed to l ,1,,.,,
ed has returned.
Tho banks here have boon cautioned against heavy withdrawals of
SAN FRANCISCO, October 31: Statements have boon iR.m,l
tho banks hero are solvont but aro unable tosecurocoin. Tho Hibernia
bank, with $13,000,000 of Govornmor.t bonds can not borrow a few'
hundred thousand dollars.
Govornor Gillolto has duclared
confidence is rostored.
BALTIMORE, October 31: -The Stool Car Foundry Gnm,u.v i.
failed. Its liabilities are $0,000,000.
VLADIVOSTOK. Ootobcr 31:
akon mutined and soized tho shin.
HONOLULU. October 80,-Kona is to have 30 niilct of railroad,
mi want 1 oiutz, tho ban Franoison stnnl.-
on tho Manchuria.
SAN FRANCISCO. Octobar
tho rule that requires 30 days notice
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PORTLAND. October 30. Tim
),lo. in r ji - 1 , .....- lueuiuu UUSUK'Sd IlOrO
today. All of tho savings banks remiire GO davs nnH,.
soiling orders. , Enormous oxyorU
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midjcui jvhiui piamaiion. .1 ney(re-v.
Holden Shoo Fnotnrv ! -.vi
- In a battle
between the soldiers
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-vwmiuuuuu ih icMoreu ami stocKa are
was sentenced to three
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