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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. DECEMBER M, 1 907
What is Best for Maui' '
Is Best for the News
LOWIE MAUI, No. 034, A. Is. A. M,
Stated mcotiiiL's will be hold at
Masonic Hall, Kalmlui, on Hit first.
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
D. II. CASE, R. W,. y.
t. f. Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. ii KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will bo held at
the Knights of .Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday Dec. 7, 21.
All visiting members are cordially
invited to attend.
W. S. MOUNTCASTLE, C. C.
D. H . DAVIS, K. OP R. & S.
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Puituo, Conveyancer and
a o ent to g it a nt m a rria (ie licenses
Office, Circuit Court. 2nd Circuit.
HUGH M. COKE.
Not ry Puiimc
It is coming. Wake up! It is
time to select those Hawaiian
Curios ami Cards you ought
to send to all your absent .dear
ones. You will find our store is
the right place to coino to. On
Monday, November 25, begins our
yearly exhibition of Christinas
Goods. Beautiful gifts for Ladies,
Gentlemen and Children, and heaps
and lots of Children's Toys.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
DR. J. J. CAREY
Office over First National Hank
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
The Star Planing Mill
' FRAMES, MOULDINGS,
BRACKETS, TURNINGS, v
Also carries a line of
CASKETS AND COFFINS.
W. J. Moodv, : Prop.
Hollo 472 P. 0. Box 75
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Chas. M. Cooke, President W. T. Robinscn, Vice-President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
R. A. ausworth, Director D. K. Case, Director
Report to the Comptroller of the Currency
AUGUST 22, igoy.
, Loans and Discounts $126,976.84
' United States Bonds 6,500.00
Premium on U. S. Bonds 450.00
Other Bonds (quickly convert) 63,975.00
Cash und Due from Hanks 41,053.44
Banking House, lfurniture,ete 7,300.00
Due from U. S. Treasury S25.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, Cc
T n r, t ..fi.:.. n-.,i.i.. .1 1
tnat the abovo is true to tho best of
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before 1110 this 30 ih day of August, 1907:
J. GARCIA, Notary Public Sec, Jud; Circuit
Child of Two Years is
Mountains for Ten Days Arrest
, Made, by Police.
THE R1CEB ALDWIN WEDDING.
Prominent Young People arc Married in Presence of Rela
tives. Reception After the Wedding Ceremony.
Many Valuable Presents Given.
The ' community was startled
Tuesday morning of this week to
learn tnat kidnappers were respon
sible for spiriting away the little
two year old daughter of Antone
F. Sercno on December first and
keeping the child until a reward of
two hundred dollars was offered
for the return of the child.
For some days after the child
was stolon many believed that the
child had become lost and in all
probability perished for wint of
It is reported from Hana that
the parents were informed that the
child was not dead and it was sug
guestcd that a reward be offered.
This was done and the samo pub
lished in the News and largo post
ers printed hero and forwarded to
liana by the Glaudine Saturday.
When these posters were put up
the father of the- little child was
informed that the child would be
returned Tuesday. This informa
tion was given bv the son of a well
known kahuna of the district and
true to his statement the child was
returned on that day.
The child was well and had evi
dently-been taken good care of. tt
had been kept about four and a
half miles up the mountain in a
That it was a deliberate case of
kidkapping is not questioned as it
would be impossible for the child
to live ten days without food.
The police are making every
effortxto ferret out tli3 mystery and
have arrested two parties and are
holding them for investigation.
This case deserves the most vigo
rous efforts on the part of the
authorities that tho guilty parties
may bo punished for their crime.
THE WEDDING OF IIAU0LD W.
RICE AND MISS CHARLOTTE
Tho wedding of Harold Water
house Rice and Miss Charlotte
BANK OF WAILUKU
Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits ...
Due to Banks
- 1 1. .
my knowledge and belief.
Stolen and Kept in
Baldwin took place at the residence
of Hon. H. P. Baldwin last Satur
Elaborate preparations had been
nxule for .the occasion.
The maid of honor was Mi
Nora Sturgeon of Honolulu while
Mrs. J. P. Cooke acted as matron of
Preceding the bridal party weie
Miss Emily Cooke and Miss Lois
Murdock who acted as flower girls.
They were followed by Miss Stur
geon and Mrs. Cooke. Next came
the bride leaning on the arm of
her father, Hon. II. P. Baldwin.
The party were met at the altar
oy .uie oriuegroom who was ac
companied by his brother Charles
A. Kico who acted as best man.
Mendelsohns wedding march was
played by Mrs. Hare accompanied
by a portion of Ernest Kaai's
The wedding ceremony was per
formed by Rev. E. G. Reck with I).
Tho contracting parties were
married while standing under the
same bell that was used for the
same purpose at the wedding of tho
grand parents of the bride. The
boll was tastefully decorated with
white carnations. The "bell was
last used at the golden wedding of
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Baldwin of
The brides boquet was of whito
The ceremony was performed in
the presence of many of the rela
tives of tho young couple after
which a wedding reception was
given to which hundreds of their
friends were invited.
At eight o'clock hundreds of
friends assembled to extend to the
young couple their best wishes 1m d
After the reception was over thu
guests were seated and light re
freshments were served.
J. P. Cooke acted as toast master
and proved himself a most skilled
Charles A. Kico responded to a
toast to the bride and'Rev. E. B.
Turner to a toast-to tho bride
groom. Hon. W. II. Rice spoke in Ha
waiian to a toast to the mothers.
Toastmaster J. P. Cooke read
many cablegrams of congratula
tions that caused no end of merri
ment. One of these was supposed
to bo from tho Mikado who was
credited with' sending his banzai.
Tho wedding presents were the
most elaborato and beautiful ever
given on tho island.
They included niany pieces of
useful and ornamental articles.
Aftey, the serving of tho refresh
ments tho floors were cleared and
dancing was enjoyed for some time.
Tho guests then departed for their
homes wishing the young couple a
happy married life.
R. D. Ifalsey of thu Immigration
office returned to Honolulu Wednes
George Weight and T. 13. Lyons',
Jury Commissioners filed their re
port on December 10th, 15107, show
ing tho following persons selected
and listed to serves as Jurors in
the Second Circuit Court for the
Kaanapali. Scarle, Jr. It. C.
Lnhaina. Akana, Chas., Bcch
ert, Gus. J., Bortfeld, E. C, Coc
kett, E. II., Dccoto, V. L., Fardcn,
Chas. K. Gannon, J. E., Kananiu,
1)., Kuamu, D., Orbell, Frank, Re
card, Antone L., Vicrra, Manuel.
Waiheo. Bailey, Chas., Burlem,
T., Kanaeholo, John A., Whitford,
Wailuku. Amundsen, Hans,
Carey, Dan. T., Cedcrlof, A. N.,
Davis, D. 11., Dutro, Manuel, Do
rego, Antone, Garcin, Joaquin,
Guerrero, Benito, Naone, A. B.,
Roberts, C. M.
Puunene. Ambrose, Manuel,
Comaeho, Antone., Engle, V. A.,
Fanlon, J. T., Hardy, W. B.,
Hons, Ferdinand, Lindsoy, E. R.,
Quill, Daniel, Kaahanui, , Win.,
Rosecrans, F. P., Weller, II. B.
Nahiku. Renter, H.
Hana. Cooper, Geo. O.
Kipahulu. Viera, Jos.
Kaupo. Vieira, Jr. Antone.
Huelo. Smythe, Sr. J. K.
Hamakuapoko. Andradc, John,
Fernando?, Jr. A., Hocking, S.,
Kaiapa, S. T., Scott, W. G., White
side, Win. (!.
Molokai. Fuller, Sol.
Kaanapali. Reimann, August.
Lahaina. Buchanan, ,V. K.,
Carreira, M. R., 'Cockett, George,
Cardozo, Manut4, Espinda, David,
Freitas, Jr. Antone, Hose, J. W.
K., Kauwonaolq, Wm., Kekuewa,
Sam K Low, S. K., Nahaolclua,
Henry, Searle, J. W.
Waiheo. Ferguson, T. W., Field,
W. Ii., Kruger, Jr. Ned.
Wailuku. Ambrose, Joe, Borba,
Jr. Antone, Cockett, Jos., Cockett,
Patrick, Conway, W. A., Cunim
ings, Geo. II., Decker, Simpson,
Duartc, Ioreian G.. Enos, A.,
Flores, J. C, Howell, R. W., Keel-
en, V. L., lvcohokalole, M. K.,
Leval, M. S., Mayfield, F. A. Mey
er, I). L , iMeueiro3, v rank, imhi-
baur, II., O'Sullivan, Chas., Pcrrei
ra, M. R., Picanco, Maul, C, Silva,
Louis H., Wadsworth, R. A.
Puunene. Ambrose, Jacintho,
Comaeho, John, Caswell, J as.,
Cockett, E. K., Cogswell, II. E.,
Downey, T. P., Eherly, John, Fans-
tino, Manuel, Fernandes, A. J.
Freitas, Joe, Hagerup, II. S., Hut-
tie, Jas. A., Sampaio, Adelino
Medeiros, J. S., Moody, W. J.
Murasky, Chas. G., Rocha, J. J.,
Seabury, J. D., von Seggern, Win ,
Walsh, Wm., Wreiin, J. W.
Hana. Davidson, J. W., Drum-
mond, R. A.
Huelo. Enimcrsley, Jos., Hub
)ard, S. E., Wilhelm) E
JIaniakuapoko. Alexander, F.
A., Bohling, J. D., Feiteira, A. M.,
Foiteira, J. M.,, Fleming 1). T.,
Gunn, Jas., Jardin, M. S., Krum-
bhaar, C. C, Lapdgrnf, A. II.,
Medeiros, John M., Olsen, Wm.,
Robinson, II. P., Rodrigues, An
tone, Steele, Geo. W.,Tilton, L. K.,
Driscoil, D. W., Wilson, E. A.
Makawao. Aheong, J. A.,Copp,
Geo.. Furtado, A. I)., Miner," Wm.,
Peck, P. F., Tavares, M. A.,
Thompson, Chas., Thompson, Win
Kihei Gcrnor, A., Mourra, M.
Ulupalakua. Wilcox! Ed.
Molokai. Kekahuna, Sam K.,
Anahu, Wm. K., Jones, W. F.,
Kalua, S. K., Tollefsen, O., Dudoit,
UNITED STATES MAIL
Mail Sack on Stage Near Kamuela, Hawaii is
Cut Open and Robbed of Twenty-five
DEPOSITORS TO THE RESCUE.
Safe Deposit' Bank of California to be Tided over Financial
Difficulty by Depositors Bank Manager Suicides
Democrats hold Convention on July 7th.
(SPHCIAL TO THE MAUI NliWS.I
Sugau 5)ldeg. test 3.S5
HONOLULU, December 13. The Advertiser publishes this morn
ing the much talked of letter of Pinkham to the Japanese Consul. Dip
loniacy is not in evidence. "
The Board of Agriculture and Forestry is formulating rules for
the admission of cattle.
It is rumored that another steamer has been chartered to carry
Japs to Canada.
R. A. Lucas of llilo plead guilty before the Federal Court on
charge of crimping and was fined !?25.
The early arrival of the regular line of steamers between llilo and
San Pedro is rumored.
ST. PETERSBURG, December 13. Kuropatkin, tho President of
tho court that is trying Stossel, is favorable to him.
SAN FRANCISCO, December. 2,000 depositors of the California.
Safe Deposit bank have organized to save the situation. '
Kctchel wort over Thomas in yesterday's light.
TOKIO, December 13 The Japanese Consulate at San Francisco
has been raised to the rank of Consulate General.
WASHINGTON, December 13, The Pemoeratic National conven
tion will bo held in Denver, July 7th.
HONOLULU, December 12. There are no developments in tho
$2,500 mail robbery at Kamuela. Inspectors Hare and Carr arc on
Hawaii at the present time.
The strange matrimonial experience of Fred Zoellers has come to
light. Ho was married twice to the
divorced by her husband.
The Miowera from the colonies has brought word that Panning
Island and Washington Island have been bought by a Frenchman for
WASHINGTON, December 12. Mrs. Longworth is ill at the
White House with appendicitis. Roosevelt has foriiially declared against
a third term.
GOLDFIELD, December 12. President Roosevelt has issued a
proclamation a ordering the Federal troop not to take part in tho
trouble either way.
CANTON, December 12. Tho stronghold at Kwang Si that was
captured by insurgents yesterday has been captured.
HONOLULU, December 11. A message from Hawaii announces
that the United States mail bag was cut open near Kamuela and two
packages containing $2,500 were taken out while on the stage.
SAN Fit ANCISCO, Deeomber 11. Saddler, the manager of the
r . .1 .1 , . f r ,!f r. .-v . i 1 ... ... ....
i esi enu onuisii 01 uiu vaiiiornia aaie Deposit Kiiieu luniseit today.'
Walker of the same hank is still in jail.
The Citizen's State Bank is in the hands of the State Commission
ers. BOISE, December 11. Orchaid's testimony implicates Pettibono
in tho Steunenberg murder.
HONOLULU, December 11. The Sugar Boiling house at Waima
nalo was destroyed by fire yesterday. Tho loss was $1,000.
CANTON, December 11. The insurgent army has penetrated the
privinco of Whang Si, capturing three strong holds and dispersing
the loyal troops.
LONDON, December 11. The Japanese steamers are monopoliz
ing the trade between Japan and Bombay by offering lower rates.
GOLDFIELD, December LI. General Funston will command the
troops here. The mine owners decided yestesday not to open the
mines at once.
TOKIO, December 11. The Japanese Government will send G.
W. Stevens to Washington to assist the Japanese Ambassador pending
the settlement of various questions.
BOISE, Decembor 11. The trial of Pettibono began yesterday.
Harry Orchard is on tho stand today.
LA PAGE, LA, December 11.- Tho manager of tlio bank hero com
mitted suicido last niglit. llio accounts of tho bank woro short to tho
extent of $M0,000.
BOSTON, Deeomber 11. The Republicans oluotod tho niayo.r of
tho city yestorday.
NEW YORK, Decembor 11. S. B. Thonina was okoted head of
the Sugar Refining Company.
GUTHRIE, December 11. Two dumooratie sonators wore elected
hero yesterday. Thoy are Gancs and Gore.
ST. PETERSBURG, December 11. Gonerul Stossel who com
manded Port Arthur, is on trial charged with cowardice.
same girl, once before she was