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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1907
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paid for. In fact, wo don't worry, simply be
cause wo know what is needed and we always
have it. Just glance at a few of the new things
Extra Fine Port,
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thing lot us send you a bottle of the Nectar. It
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The Lahaina National Bank
Chas. M. Cooke, Pres. C. D. I.ufkin, Cashier Win. Helming, Vice-Pres.
R. A. Wadsworth, Director W. I,. Decoto, Director
Report to the Comptroller of the Currency
AUGUST ziy 1907.
Loans and Discounts $ 36,037.82
.United States Bonds 6,250.00
Premium on U. S. Ilomls 220.00
Other Bonds (quickly convert) 12,110.00
Cash and Due from Banks 10,248.88
Furniture mid-Fixtures 1,175.00
Due from U. S. Treasury 312.50
TERRIT6RY OF HAWAII, )
COUNTY OF MAUI (
I, C. D, Lufkin, Cashier of the above
a Dove statement is true to tue best 01 my knowledge and Delict.
. D. LUFKIN, ashie r.
Subscrihed and sworn to before me this 30th day of August, 1907.
J. GARIA, Notary Pullic Sec. Jud. ircuit
Will it not pay you to look into our lino line of
GARLANDS and got a stove that will give
you absolute satisfaction. Wo have thorn in
all sizes, selling as low as 10.00 and'all along
up to 70.00. When you want something good
in tho stove, lot us quoto you.
E.O.HALL &S0N, Ltd,
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$1.25 per gallon
2.00 " "
5.00 " "
1.25 " bottle
Capital Stock 25,000.00
Surplus and Profits 2S9.30
Due to Banks 4,420.71
Dividends Unpaid 30.00
named hank, do solemnly swear that the
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frying, and in connection with tills
the elements of tho chemistry of
digestion are taught. Then conies
a lesson about how to boil rice,
and oatmeal with tho simpler facts
about the chemistry and of cereals
Eggs, their composition and
methods of cooking take up anoth
er lesson. Rico and milk form
the subject of another lesson. Yeast,
baking powder, bread making, bis-
cut making and the variety of
matters connected with these take
up two or three lessons. Fruit
such as bananas and cocoanuts
and how to prepare them, and tea,
coffee and cocoa making take up
another. Potatoes and taro, ma
caroni soups and soup making,
cooking vegetables, fish and meat,
arc other subjects. One lesson is'
given to showing how to know a
young chicken, how to draw and
clean a chicken, how to sever the
parts, and how to cook them. There
is another lesson for pork, and an
other lesson for desserts.
This outline as prepared by Miss
Bell is to be prirfted at Lahaina
luna and enough copies are to be
struck off to supply all that are
needed in the schools where the
subject is taken up.
REV. ALBERT ERDMAN, D. D.
It is a great pleasure to welcome
Dr. and Mrs. Erdnian to the Island
of Maui. Dr. Erdman is to supply
the pulpit of the Kahului Union
Church 'for a few months, until a
permanent past or can be secured.
For thirty years or more, Dr.
Erdman has been pastor of the
Presbyterian Church of Morris
town, New Jersey. This church is
one of the largest and most import
tant suburban churches in the
vicinity of New York City.
Dr. and Mrs. Erdman have two
Missionary sons, one in Syria and
John P. recently t in Japan, but
permanently situated at Waialua,
Oahu. We are to be congratulated
in having the Erdmans with us.
Miss Guisendorffer tormerly one
of the staff of nurses at tho Pint
none Hospital has resigned her
position and is at present the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Searhy. She
intends leaving the Island per
Kinau on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Keeney re
turned from tho mountains on
Thursday after an enjoyable vaca
tion. W. F. J. Dale returned per
Kinau after three weeks vacation
Mr. V. L. Boeck leaves for Ho
nolulu on the Kinau to serve on the
Fop Nov Schools unci Teachers'
In his letter to Governor Frear Su
perintendent of Public Instruction
Uabbitt gave some very interesting
hiformation regarding, not only the
school .ieeds in the matter of school
.houses and teachers' cottages, butas'
to the plans which have already been
thought out by the department and
are being thought out. His letter
gives evidence that tho head of the
department has and is gaining a very
comprehensive knowledge of the
needs of the schools throughout the
Territory the property of the depart
ment, and in what way it can bo bet'
Hanapepe -Now 8 or 10-room
schoolhousc and teachers' cottage to
occoinmodate 3 or -1 teachers, $7500.
If an entirely new school is erected,
lumber from the old buildings can
probably be utilized for tho erection
of the cottage. It will be necessary
to obtain more laud and I shall at
once start negotiations to obtain
Total for Kauai, $12,51)0.
Waiinanalo Teacher's cottage,
$1500. Manager Chalmers of Wai
inanalo plantation has agreed to allow
the department en additional strip
of laud along tho makal side of tho
school promises. It will probably also
bo necessary to enlarge tho present
Kallua Combined school and cot
tnge, $2500, Probably on tho plan
of tho Nahlku schcol and cottage. It
will not be necessary to erect this
building before next year.
Wahiawa New 1 or 2 room school
house, $2500. The Wahiawa Settle
ment Association has volunteered to
give this department a fine 'lot pro
viding wo erect a school building to
cost not less than $1500.
Walarae New 4 or 5 room school
house and cottage, $5000. Cottage
'to be built of material on presei.t
school premises. Before deciding on
the number of rooms, I shall dbtair.
information relative to the probable
attendance. I am writing today for
this information. The plantation at
Waianan has agreed to make an ex
change for a'new school lot in place
of the old one. I have already been
over the ground nnd think tho new
location will be a desirable one.
Ilonouhuli-New 5 or 6-room school
house, $5000. Am writing today for
information as to thoptobable at ten
dance. Ewa plantation has agreed to
allow us additional laid on the Wai
kiki side of the present school prom
Waipithu Two additional rooms,
$1500. These are greatly needed nnd
should bo put up at once. The pre
sent school premises are sufficiently
Motion Construction of 1-rooni
building in place of 2 small rooms now
on the school premises, $1500. This
work need not be done until the sum
Total for Oahu, $21,250.
Ulaino-Teachers' cottage, $1800.
This was allowed by tho Legislature
out of the repair fund we have been
cble to take one of the cottages, from
Uaou and erect a cottage at Ulaino
so that this will not be needed.
Keanae New 2 room schoolhou.se
and cottage, $3500. It, is very dp.
sirablo that we obtain a new site at
Keanae and I have one in mind which
I hope can be obtained on the Nahiku
side of the Keanae gulch.
Huelo Teachers' cottage, $500 It
is proposed to erect this froir Ihe old
lumber on the old set. ool lot. We have
here a new schoolhousc and a new lot
Paia-New 8 or 10 room schoolhousc
and teachers' cottage, $11,000. I
asked o-iginally for $20,000 for this
schoolhousc and hope to put up a
concrete building. The Legislature,
however, took $10,800 from my estii
mates for the Island of Mcui reducing
this amount for Paia to $10,000. Of
the $1800 -saved from Ulaino, I would
still have available an extra $1000. I
trust that by saving in other direct
tions I may have still more to add for
Keokea Teachers' cottage and
additional 1 or 2 rooms for the school
building, $3300. It is desired here, if
possible, to obtain a now lot and move
the present school buildings.
Kailua-2-room schoolhousc with
possibly 1 teacher's apartment on
land to be given by the Maui Agii
cultural Company, $2000.
Kaai.apali 2 room schoolhousc and
teachers' apartments, $2500. I do
not feel sure that this schoolhouse is
necessary and should not proceed
with building of same until more in
formation is obtained.
Olowalu New 1-room schoolhouse
and teacher's apartments, $2000.
The present school lot here is a very
undesirable one and a .now lot has
been selected by tho Normal Inspect
or and the plantation manager which
will, I think, be Evailablo very short
ly. Kalaupapa New 1-room school
houso $1000. Wo have here a beauti
ful school lot and the building should
bp erected at once.
Kalao New school building, $1500.
The present school grounds and bu'ld
ingsare the property of the Meyer
brothers and have been given to this
department free of charge for school
purposes for several years. They
have offered to exchango the land
and buildings for an old school sito
near by, asking a bonus of $-100 in
Kaunakakai New 1 room school
house, $1500. Tentativo arrange
incuts haVo been made with tho Molo-
kai Ranch Company for an exchange
of the present school lot for land
farther mauka where we hope to bo
able to sink a well and get good
water. Thoro is no water at all on
the present school premises. The
present premises are an old church
and school lot and I have suggested
to the Hawaiian Doard the advisa
bility of making au exchange with
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December 1 Stars vs Waikapu
the ranch people whereby wo can get
a lot of the same size nearly two
acres--and permit the church people
to remove '.heir edifice to the same
'Katnalo-Toacher's cottage, $1000.
Bef. re proceeding with any of the
Mnl(kai buildings, It is desirable that
all old church and school lots on thU
island be surveyed and located by the
Survey Office and a rrangemen ts ha'-o
been practically completed with Mr.
Wall for having this work' done.
Total for Maul, $10,000.
Ainakca--5 or G room bu'ldlng,
$000. It is possible that a proposition
will be made to the residents of this
section to make a central school at
Aimkea to accommodate both the
Alnakea and Htinoiuakuii children.
llouoinakau-Additional room, $1500
Should the proposition mentioned
he adopted, this $1500 will probably
be used to increase the size of the
new Alnakea build ug.
Houokaa New 5 or (5 room school
house and enlarge cottage, $0000.
This department owns a very desira
hie school lot in Ilonokaa on which
ihe teachers' cottage, is now located.
Hie so'.iool building is on other and
undesirable grounds. An attempt
will be made to g t additional laud
mauka of the lot owned by this de
par t men t.
Paauilo - Ni',vv 5 or 0 room school
house, $0000. lli'ie additional land
is needed and arrangements have
neon practically completed will. T.
H. Davies & Co., agents for the plan
tat ion, for the acquisition of this land.
Pepoekeo-2 or 3 room schoolhouse
and new teachers' cottage, $4500. A
proposition will be put before the
pcoplu there for the erection of a
new building' nn an entirely different
sito on the government road. The
present school premises are on the
road leading from the main road to
the mill. With the other location it
would be possible Liter to unite tho
Pepeekeo and Onomea schools.
Waiakea uka New schoolhouse,
$1500. This building is to bo erected
on the new site already transferred
from' the Waiakea plantation com
pany to this depart tnent.
Waiohinu New teachers' cottage,
$2500. This amount will possibly not
be needed as with the repair fund we
have made an unused portion of the
present school building into teachers'
quarters Ai.d with the reue'ed in
terest shown on the part of the Ca
tholic school at Naalehu, it will not
be necessary to have a new building.
Alae N'w2 room.scl.aolhouse and
teachers' cottage, $3000. A new site
Is impc'wlively needed here. The de
partment has no title to the present
school lot and a more desirable loea
tion should be chosen."
Total for Hawaii, $43,500.
To Increase Size of Leprosarium.
Dr. 13riuckorhoil called on Gov
ernor Frear this morning and dU.
cussed tho matter of the building of
the leprosarium at Kalawao. He
says that Mr. Peters, the architect,
who is to have charge of the work,
will Ihe down within a short time,
probably on tho next st arner, and
bids will be called for immediately
The leprosarium will be built on a
larger and more complete sealr than
was contemplated. The first plans
drawn and submitted called for tho
expenditure of more money than was
appropriated by Congress and it was
necessary to have- another set of
plans drawn in a cheaper scale.
Hut this second set also brought the
cost up above the amount of tho ap
propriation and were rejected.
Now Dr. DrinckorholT, stated to
tho Governor, it has been decided to
go back to the first set o( plans and
to build as far as the money on hand
will allow. Then Congress will be
asked for more to finish the work.
The construction of tho leprosari
um has been turned over to tho Ma
rino Hospital Service, which Govor
nor Frear says will greatly ( xpedito
matters and do away with a large
amount of the red tape that usually
delays such work. Bulletin
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Waikapu vs Kahului,
Healani vs Kahului.
Stars vs Kahului.
Waikapu vs Kahului.
Healani vs Kahului.
Object to VVur.
The Evening Bulletin reprints the
following editorial from an eastern
paper. It gives the most senslblo
reasons lor peaco that we reprint
As we understand tho present idea
in regard to war, it is tills: That If
the American almy or navy or both
capture a fort or city or enter upon
any territory of the jution with which
we are at war and erect an Ameri
can flag at the place of victory or
entry, we are obliged to retain the
territory over which tho flage floats
and so much of the territory conti
guous thereto as it not occupied by
some nation of the first class, as a
part of United Slates, until we are
satisfied that the inhabitants occupy,
log said territory are entirely cap
able of governing tliemselfs tn a
manner satisfactory to us.
It is not a verj old doctrine, but
1s a generally accepted one at pre.
sent. It was first promulgated at
the close of the Spanish war, whan
it was seriously argued that because
Dewey had captured Manila it be
came necessary for us to buy the
Philiupinc Island and govern them
for an indefinite poriod. Any other
policy was said to be the "policy of
scuttle." Opponents of the schemo
were ashen inuramatic and horrifi
ed accents if they dared haul down
that flag?' And when the iuteroa
tor emphasized the question by point
ing at the Stars and Stripes neatly
d'-aped over a settee on the back of
tne stage, the applause was tremend
ous. True, the American flag haa float
ed over the cities of Mexico and Vera
Cruz and had been hauled down
without anyone suspecting that
there was dishonor in the act; true,
the American navy had successfully
bombarded Tripoli without anyone
suggesting that the act compelled
us to undertake the benevolent as
similation of Northern Africa, but
those things happened away back in
the stage coach era when things
As matters stand at present if
war with Japan occurred and our
licet should capture Yokohama, and
our army should be generally success
ful, it would become our duty to first
buy Japan and then annex it to this
country. As Korea is now governed
by a Japanese protectrate. we
should be forced to take that also,
and while such an ending to t he dif
foully would maku us still mere of a
world power than wo now are, it
would coin plicate to some extent
our problems of government.
When it Is assumed that a con
quered nation must at the closo o
hostilities bo at once annexed to the
conquoMiig nation, one sees at a
glans that war should never be de
clared excepting against a people
whom we should consider desirable
cit'zeus, and who are highly enligh
tened, thoroughly civilized and pos
sessed of at least as much virtue
and good sense as ourselves.
We have understood that the solo
complaint which Japan has made
against the United States is that wo
refuse to receive certain of her citi
zens as citizens of our country. A
war will take care of that all right.
At the close of It we will be compell
ed to admit every Japaueso in tho
empire as a citizens of the United
States, pay for the territory, givo
them all. the water cure and Wi)d
Mr. Taft or some other good man out
to govern them, but we do not look
forward willi pleasure to such a re
sult, consequently we hope that thero
will lie no war ,
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