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I v - BENJAMIN WILLIAMS,
' , t. f. Secretary.
f' ! ALOHA LODGE NO. KNIGHTS
.. OP PYTHIAS.
- Rptrular meetings w--' l,c nc'(1 at
this Knights of Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday Deo. 21, Jan. 4
All visiting moinuers arc cordially
invited to attend.
W. 8. MOUNTCASTLE, C. C.
1). H.DAVIS, K. OPR. &S,
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Puiimo, Conveyanoeu and
AflENT TO G It ANT MAHHlAflE LICENSES
Office, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit.
HUGH M. COKE.
Not.' hy Puiit.T0.
It is coming. Wake up! It is
time to select those Hawaiian
Curios and Cards you ought
to send to all your absent dear
ones. You will find our store is
the right place to come 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'; Toys.
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
DR. J. J. CAREY
Oflico over First National Bank
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
The Star Planing Mill
Also, carries a line of
CASKETS AND COFFINS.
W. J. Moodv, ". Prop.
Hello 472 P. Q. Uox 75
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Chas. M. Cooke, President W. T. Robinson, Vice-President
C. D. Lufkln, Cashier
R. A. Wadsworth, Director D.U. Case, Director
Report to'the Comptroller of the Currency
AUGUST 22, 1907.
Loans and Discounts.., J126.976.S4
-United States liouds 16,500.00
Premium on U. S. Bonds 450.00
Other llouds (quickly convert) 63,975.00
Cash and Due from Hanks 4 ."53-44
Hanking House, l'urniturc.etc 7,300-0
Due from U. S. Treasury S25.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, I oC
COUNTY OF MAUI, f
t n t r.i,fi.-in nr.eltW nf tlm
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tliat ttlO at)0V0 IS iru) U) inu uusi 01
Snhsnrlhed and sworn It) before
t T a
Seven Straight Games of Base Ball
Are Declared Champions and Receive
the Leagues Cup.
CHOLERA NOW IN HONOLULU.
Supposed to Have Com'e From
Body is Cremated and wnoic rsiocs in ointi
Quarantine. All Occupants arc Removed.
mnilNINC STARS ARB CHAM
The Morninsi Stars in a hotly
contested game defeated the Wni-
kapus at Well's Park last Sunday
afternoon by a score of 3 to 2, thus
winning the championship Cup
offered by the Winter League.
The Stars lost the lirst two
games of the series and then sot
richt in and played ball winning
seven straight games, all of which
were hotly contested.
The team was photographed on
Christmas Day and in 'the evening
of the same day a lunu was given
th6m at the home of Mr. and iurs.(
W. E. Bal, where all had a grand
The team is made up as, follows:
W. E. Bal, Captain, c, John Gar
cia, p.; J. Garcia, 2b.; 0. Bcnto,
3b.; A. Garcia, if.; D. Kama, ss.;
John Oliveira, lb.; T. Wilson, rf.;
D. K. Pokipala, cf.; W. Urowell,
Jas. Hart, Joe Oliveira, subs., A.
The following challenge has been
issued by the Captain of the Stars:
The Morning Star Base ball
Team hereby challenge? a picked
team for a game of Base ball to be
played at Vclls I'ark on New
Year's Day, January 1st at 3
Signed A. ENOS, Mgr.
W. E. Bal Jr.,Capt.
Wo. the undersigned, herewith
accept the challenge issued by the
Mornin" Star base ball team for a
friendly game oi baseball at Well's
Park on New Year's Day.
JAS. IIATTIK, Captain.
M. U. PEREI11A, Manager.
The line up of the picked team
is as follows: Geo. Cummings, c;
Jas. Hattie, p.; K. Smith, lb.;
F. Sylva, 2b.; W. Dutro, ss.; A.
McCandless, 3b.; W. Moiris, cf.;
J. Smythe, rf.; Kaaiai Waiwaiolc,
If.; AJonzo Jackson, II: Sylva, S.
A !?ame between a nicked team
and the champions should prove a
L'reat attraction ami no wunesscu
by a largo crowd.
BANK OF WAILUKU
Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
Snrnhis ami Profits 18.6IJ..1;
Due to Hanks 4.492-75
Dividends Unpaid 28.00
uhnvn named hank, do sok'innlv swear
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u:y hiiuii.-u;i- uiiii
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
me this 30Vh day of Au-just, 1!)07;
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Japan One Death, Reported.
Last Sunday's game between the
Morning Stars and Waikapus was
i very intercseting one - and kept
the supporters of both teams guess
ing as to the result of the game.
In the first inning the Waikapus
scored two runs after two men were
out on a wild tlnow by the short
stop to first, but did not score
again in the whole game.
The Stars Ecored two in the
fourth inning and in the seventh
scored the winning run. The score
stood 3 to 2 at tho ending of (he
There was a largo attendance
and the excitement was ititenso at
times, both teams having-quitc a
number of backers on the stand.
ClIOLBliA FROM JAPAN.
Honolulu, December 21. Kane-
lau, a Hawaiian living. in one of
tenement houses on River street
between Kukui and Vineyard,' died
a3t night of cholera.
Tho caso was discovered lato yes
terday afternoon. Tho man died
shortly after midnight. This inorny
ing his wife was taken sick, and
the physicians believe that she also
has the disease.
River street between Kukui and
Vineyard streets has been quaran
tined and nobody is allowed to en
ter or leave the houses in tho
quarantine district. Tho entire
force ofinspectors of the Board of
Health, and a large proportion of
tho police force aro on guard in
the vicinity, and energetic mens
ures are being taken to prevent
tho spread of tho disease. Baihing
in Nuuanu stream is prohibited
and efforts aro being made to pre
vent the eating ot lish caught in
Dr. Wayson, of the Board of
Health, and President Pinkhain
aro of tho opinion that the diseaso
has been brought to Honolulu by
either some tramp Japanese steam
er or one of tho transports coming
from the Urient. Their theory is
that some of these vessels have
dumped into the harbor refuse con
taining cholera germs, and that
theso have boon taken into (ho
bodies of fish, which were after
ward caught and eaten raw as food.
They believe that Kanelau ate con
taminated raw fish and thus con
traded the diseaso.
In support of this theory Prcai
dont Pinkham shows tho reports of
health conditions at tho Japanese
ports during the past three months.
Cholera has beon very prevalent
at Kobo and Yokohama, though
tho last reports show a decided do
crease in tho nuinbor of cases at
The report which nrrived here
October 11 showed ISO cases of
cholera at Kobo, with GO doatha
and 17 cases with 13 deaths at Yo
kohama. The report of October
21 showed 177 cases and 51 deaths
at Kobo and 29 cases with 21
deaths at Yokohama,
riu- noxt report, received Outob
31, showed a diminution of the
epidemic. Kobe had 8!) eases with
51 deaths and Yokohama 18 cases
and 17 deaths.
The last report, received Decem
ber 0, gave the number of cases at
Kobe as 11, with two deaths; at
Yokohama 8 cases and 0 death?,
and at Nagasaki 2 cases and 1
The police have been asked by
tho Board of Health to assist in
coping witli tlie situation, ana
ollicers are now on guard to pre
vent anyone from fishing or bath
ing in the Nuuanu strea'm and the
harbor. A prominent business
man this morning expressed tho
opinion that a law or ordinance
should bo passed which would per
manently prohibit bathing in the
stream or harbor.
Residents of River street are
complaining that tho sanitary
state of the river Jias been made
much worse since tho new laundry
on Vineyard street was started.
They report that the dirty water
from the laundry pours right into
the river, and that tho stench
therefrom is so bad, especially at
night, that they cannot sit on their
Christinas in Makawao was
quietly celebrated by family dinners
At Puuncne several fine tennis
games were played for tho Sawyer
cups which by the way must be won
twice out of three times. The final
of the present tournament will be
played probably on New Year's
Several bands of serenaders were;
iiround'ojn Christinas eve and early
Hon. J. Dowsott and son, of
Honolulu have been guests at Mrs.
Dowsett's Makawao this week.
Mr. and Airs. W. M. Oraham
and two sons spent Christmas at
W. C. Crook's Makawao.
James Reed, a five-year resident
of Maui, and recently bookkeeper
for the Paia Store, departed on the
24th for San Francisco to locate
All the Puuiioue stcaniplows arc
now fitted for tho burning of fuel
oil. A great tank is taken into tho
fields to supply the plows.
There's some talk of one hundred
tourists coming to, Maui in Feb
ruary to visit Ilaleakala.
M. A. Tavares, manager of the
Pukalani Dairy and Pineapple Co.,
is soon to visit Portugal. Ho will
leave his family there,
Manager Silvester of the Nahiku
Sugar Co-s rubber plantation states
that not much additional land will
bo immediately planted in rubber
owing to the stringency, of the
On the 24th Mrs. II. A. Baldwin
departed for Honolulu. She was
accompanied hy her father lion.
W. 0. Smith who came from Hono
lulu for tho purpose.
Leong Hong the well known
Chinesn merchant of Pulohuiki,
Kula, has sold out his storo to A.
M," Pircs. Leong Hong and family
will soon return to China.
Taxes collected in Makawao dis
trict this year amounted to more
than ? 77,000, exceeding 1000 by
At a land sale held at kahului
by Sub-Land Agent. W. O. Aiken
last Saturday, seven lots of Kihei
land were sold at auction, tho salo
to bo confirmed by tho Land Com
misHioner. Some of this land is
covered with kcawo trees aim" is a
profitable investment. x
Some of the applicants were so
eagor for tho land that for two
week's past they have been camp
ling at Mr. Aiken's ollice.
ONOLULU NOW SN
Sailors on All Yessels Including Those of the
Local Boats Must Remain for Thirty
Days Aboard Ship,
EDITOR AYERS IS NOT GUILTY.
Proprietor of Referee Goes Free Blooded Stock Arrives.
Onomca Suspends Payment of Dividends Strike
on Mills Building is Off.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar OG dog. test 3.S5
HONOLULU, December 27. All fruits grown between Diamond
Head and Kalihi are under strict quarantine and cannot be shipped to
tho coast or elsewhere. Sailors on tho Inter-Island boats as well as all
other vessels are required to remain aboard .their vessels for 30 days.
No swimming is allowed in tho Harbor or at Waikiki.
There arc no now cases and only one slightly suspicious case.
Alexander Mcintosh is expected back on the Siberia.
The Horn I parade will probably bo abandoned.
Onomca has suspended the payments of dividends.
Fred Carters blooded stock arrived on tho Hilonian yesterday. '
SAN FRANCISCO, December 27. Tho strike on the Mills build- '
ing has been called off.
PORT OF SPAIN, December 27.--T he sailors from tho American
licet enjoyed Christmas by holding a regatta.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 27. Vancouver beat Stanford at
international foot ball yesterday in a' score of G toO.
WASHINGTON, December 27 Ambassador Aoki will sail for
home on the Manchuria January 7.
THIS II AG UE, December 27. The Dutch cabinet has resigned
because of the defeat of the army measure.
SEATTLE, December 27. An unknown ship is on lire off th
Straights of Juan de Fuca.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 27. A $200,000 firo at Mission and
First Streets occurred yesterday.
HONOLULU, December 2G. Christmas was quietly observed.'
HONOLULU, December 24. II. M. Aycrs, the,, editor of the 'de
funct Referee, was found not guilty of using the mail illegally.
PORT OF SPAIN, December 24. Tho American fleet under com
mand of Admiral Evans arrived here.
WASHINGTON, December 24. Rear Admiral Brownson has re
signed as chief of tho Naval Bureau. He will be succeeded by Captain
MEMPHIS, December 24. The Memphis bank has suspended.
LONDON, December 24. Burns and Roche are matched to fight
PEKLN, December 25. An equivocal edict from tho throne ex
presses the hope that China may bo given a constitution and declares
the chief problem is to control popular agitation. A commission lias
been appointed and ordered to frame a law for the regulation of politi
PORT OF SPAIN, December 25.-2,000 sailors from the fieot were
given shore leave today. TJioy wero given an ovation by tho populace.
ST. PETERSBURG, December 25. Tho trial of 1G5 members of
the Douma, who arc charged with treason on account of their Viborg
manifesto, bcan today.
PITTSBURG, December 25. The mills that have been idle sinco
the panic will resume Jantuiry lstandgivo employment to 40,000 men.
VICTORIA, December 25. A passenger train was blown from tho
track near Boulder yesterday by a tornado.
WAILUKU CHRISTMAS TUBUS.
On Monday evening, The Chinese
Church of Wailuku observed tho
Christinas season by a very pretty
tree laden with presents for the
children. Each Chinese boy and
girl received a bag of cakes and
pop-corn and alo a bag of candy.
Miss Charlotte L. Turner had
charge of tho exercises.
Tho same evening at Waikapu
the native church was filled with
a large number of tho Waikapu
church members and thoir child
ron. Tho childron wero trained
by some of tho young ladios for
tho Christmas songs, which formed
a part of the exercises. (
On Tuosday evening tho ',Vailu-
ku Native Church had a treo for
its Sunday School pupils. The
chorus work und recitations by the
childrcn were excellent. Miss
Foltz had done the training. Tho
boys in Miss Towner's class and
tho girls of Mrs. Crockett's class
who had been faithful in atten
dance for tho past year received a,
special gift, and all tho children
wero favored by Santa Claus by a
bag of candy.
Row and Mrs. R. B. Dodge had
a treo at their homo for tho child
ren of the Union Church Sunday
School on Tuesday evening.
CARD OF THANKS.
Master Ansou Roblusoh. and Miss
Helen Robinson wish to thank their
friends and all others for the hearty
support given them hi tho Juvouilo
Voting Contest held by A. Enos, Tho
Pioueer Storo, thereby assisting them
hi obtaining the first prizes,