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WAILUKU, MAUI,. H. T., SATURDAY. JANUARY 25, 1 908
LODGE MAUI, No, 084, A. P. & A. M.
Slated mociiims will be liclil at
Mns-mli! Hall, Kiiliului, on tlio first
Saturday nijjnt f each montli at. 7.30
P. M. .
Visitiiiu brethren are cordially, in
vitod to attend.
D. TI. CASE, R VV. y.
ti f, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. KNIGHTS
RpHilar meetings will bi lield at
the Kniphts ofs Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday Dec. 21, Jan. 4.
All visiting inemuers are cordially
invited to attend.
W. S. MOUNTCASTLE, C. C.
u. ii. davis, k. ofr:&s.-
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EDMUND II. HART
NoTAJlY PU11UO, CnNVEYANCKH Nl
Agi:nt to Gn ant M Aiuu.Miv: Licenses
Office, Circuit Court. 2nd Circuit.-,
Not nv I'uiiuc.
Wo have only two Gontlo-
Blue Sorgo Suits oi
the famous Iloflmamv & Roth-
,l,ibl mnl-fi loft. TllOSO OlO-
cant suits soil in Honolulu
for $20.00, our
14.00 per suit.
V. A. VEPLESEN, Prop.
DR. J. J. CAREY
Office over First National Bank
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
The Star Planing Mill
Also carries a lino of
CASKETS AND COFFINS.
W. J. ftfloodv, : Prop.
Hello 472 P. O. Box 76
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooke, President , W. T. Robinson, Vice-President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
R. A. Wadsworth, Director ' D. II. Case, Director
SIXTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
at tile close of business, December 31, 1907
Loans and Discounts $138,280.45
United States Hands 16,500.00
Premium on U. S. Ponds 450.00
Other Bonds (quickly convert) 42,850,00
Cash and Due from llauks 43,280.15
Bunking House, Piimiture.etc 7,050.00
Due from U. S. Treasury 825.00
TERRITORY OP HAWAII.
COUNTV OH MAUI,
I, D. II, Case, 2nd Vice'-President'of.the above named bank, do solemnly swear
that' tlie above 'statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
D. II. CASE, 2nd.Vice.Preside.1t.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of January, 190S.
J. GARCIA, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
Over One Hundred and Fifty Guests Help Cele
brate, the Event-Masons Confer Higher
Degrees at their Temple.
DEMOCRATIC MEETING A GREAT JOKE,
Delegates Are Elected Vivas Speaks and Clark Misinterprets
Rcgo Splits the Air and Pounds the Table
Wishes the.King of Portugal to Die.
COI.BBRATRD THEIIt;SILVBR .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Robinson
celebrated their twenty fifth anni
versary of their wedding on Tues
day evening of this week.
One of their sons came down
from San Francisco to attend the
function while a number of rela
tives came up from Honolulu and
crent many friends from all over
Maui were present to express their
congratulations and 'best wishes for.
this popular couple who are well
known on Maui and have us friends
ill who know them.
The decorations were very elabo
rate. The verandas were ilecorat
ed with Japanese lanterns, the par
lor was decorated with huge pots of
Australian ferns and palms. A koa
table was laden with silver ware
presents from thejr friends. The
dinning room was prepared for
eighty guests who did justice to the
many Hawaiian dishes. After
these had dined the tables were
again prepared for as many more.
Messers LiiuUay and Murdoch
tooh flashlight, pictures after which
tho. dinning room was cleared for
dancing which was kept up until
William Punohu's string band
furnished the music for the
i During the evening Mrs. T. B.
Lyons played several selections on
the piano which were greatly ap
preciated. The vocal selections by
S. Kcliihoi were especially good.
Ice cream and cake were provid
ed in abundance and served fre
quently during the evening.
Among those present were Geo.
T. Robinson, father of Henry
Robinson, George T. Robinson, the
eldest brother of Henry Robinson,
John A. Robinson, .11. P. Robinson
Selden P. Robinson, who has
been on the S. S. Siberia Miss Alice
Robinson, Alvin Robinson, T. R.
Foster Robinson, Louise Robinson,
Colvillc Robinson all these being
children of II. P. 'Robinson, Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Robinson, Miss
Eva Robinson, Lovic Robinson,
Anson Robinson and Onet Robin
son children of Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Capital Stock $ 35,000.90
Surplus and Profits 20,821.29
Due to Ranks i4,346.i6
Dividends Unpaid 1,400.00
Robinson and Mr. J..A. Ahcong
only brother of Mrs. 11. P. Robin
son. Besidesthese were Mr. and
Mrs. D. C. Lindsay, Dr. and Mrs.
McConhey, Mr. mid Mrs. Murdoch,
Miss Iluesner, Miss Toomey, Mies
Aid, Mr. Hocking, Mr. Whiteside,
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Church, Mr.
and Mrs. James Gunn, Mr. and
Mrs. Pratt, Miss Louise Pratt and
brother, Mr. ahd Mrs. W. D.
Lowell, Mr. Dan Driscoll, Mr. 1),
Janiieson, Mr. lid.' Peck, Miss
Clara Mosses, Miss Maggie Mosses,
Mr. and Mrs. 15. B. Careley" Miss
Betts, Alfred Martcnson, Mr, and
Mrs. Sam Taylor,, Mis? Taylor,
Mr. and Mrs. Kahokuol'una, Becky
Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ka-
lama, Mrs. McLean, Mrs. Soule,
Mr. and Airs., T. B. Lyons, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Keliinoi,' Mr. and Mrs.
Edmund Hart, Airs. Sommerlield.
Aliss Zelie Rogers, Aliss. Ella
Groves, Aliss Leilani Weight, AIis.
Annie Keist, Air. isunes .and ' two
daughters, Air. and Mrs. James
Shaw and daughter Air. and Airs.
Rosecrans, Aliss Rosecrans, Miss
de Lima and about a hundred others
to many to mention. Three child
ren returned to their schools Wed-
...1 I - XT l". . . .
uusuny, aiso ii. r. Kouinson as
conductor for tho Rapid , Transit.
S. II. Robinson will soon return to
his duty as Junior engineer on th
b. S. Alanchuria, John A. Robin
son will remain a couple of months
or so for a vacation then will re
turn to San Francisco to resume
his work in tho Levy Electric Co.
where heis doing well as an elec
trician. DEMOCRATS OPEN CAMPAIGN.
Tho Democratic campaign was
begun by a meetjng of the faithful
T hursday evening at tho Wailuhu
court house., II. C. Alossmr.n, Ant.
do Rego, S. Kaioiolo, J. AI. Vivas,
Antone Faustino and James Ka-
welo wero elected delegates to the
J. AI. Vivas snoko for some time
and did his old raco stunt. Ho
claimed the Ilawaiians had been
misinformed as to the attitude of
the better class of Democrats of the
Southern States and said that more
Democrats of tho South associated
with negroes than did Republicans
of tho North. lie failed, however,
to state that Secretary Lamar of
President Cleveland's cabinet re
fused to meet Queen Kapiolani ,011
account of her color. He also fail
ed to state that tho colored people
of tho South are' not permitted to
ride in tho same car with the very
people he says associate with them
and that they 'are not allowed to
put up at the same hotel nor to at
tend the same theatres.
lie said tho Democratic parly
would not furnish money to the
people but would jiut up men who
desorved their votos.
The Republicans, ho said, wore
the ones who had in mind tho an
nexation of the islands wlnjo the
Democrats did not, and that the
Democrats wore in favor of taking
ore of their own but were not in
fuvor of expansion as the Republi
He prophesied that the Republi
can party would lie dead in time
yoarsin the Territory and if the
Democrats should (win out in the
national election the Republicans
here nould.run'thcm selvesout of
breath to join the democratic party.
He said in effect that the policy
of the Republican party was dic
tated by ono man and without
his sanction a man could not be
appointed to an office, whether the
ollicc be that of poundmaster or
Vivas then undertook to say that
tho Democratic party was a party
of free thought but a slip of the'
tongue made his statement very
different and his break. was greeted
The funniest part of the enter
tainment whs the efforts of Tom
Clark to interpret for Vivas. Tom
either purposely or otherwise tooh
the bits in his own teeth and while
Vivas talked on one theme Toin
interpreted in another to the great
amusement of those who under
stood both (languages. '
Antone do Rcgo was the next
speaker. Now Antone has never
been known as an orator of the
first rank but ho proved to be the
winning card of the evening.
lie spoke in Portuguese and
after mixing personalties with
stcantplows said that the reason
the Portuguese are down is because
of seven men on Alaui.' lie urged
his hearers to listen to Vivas and
said that if we had more like him
we would be alright. He said the
condition of the Portuguese is
worse than that of the Japs because
nf tlir. M issirmn rips
K."What are you tfottinji as
wages?" he ashed of a man in the
audience. "Twenty dollars," was
the answer. "This is but one-half
of the salary of a common sailors,"
shouted Antone and ho emphasized
his statement by striking the table
with his fist a blow that would
have done credit to Hercules.
hum.- 1.: . .r 1 i
1 1 110 King 01 ronugai snouia
die," ho shouted. "It takes vo'u
twenty five years to got twenty five
dollars pur month on tho planta
tions'' he said, "Vote for the De
mocratic party, the party of the
poor." With this he beat the table
a few times with his fist and sub
sided amid the - cheers of every
After calling for volunteer speak
ers for a while and getting no res
ponse, Thomas Clark took the lloor
but as he failed to beas amusing as
some of the former exhibitions most
of the audience dispersed.
Thomas Clark presided over the
mooting and Manuel C. Ross was
the secretary. ,
.MASONS HOLD MEETING.
Alany Masons have been taking
higher degree this week at Kahului.
Joshua Tucker came down Wed
ncsday from IJilo and has. been
busy conferring the ranhs each even
ing this wceh.
AlV. Tucker expected to leavo
last night for Honolulu after hav
ing worked for three nights in the
degree work of the Alasonic 01 dor
Mmii Girl Dien 111 Honolulu.
iMrs. Alex, J. Alencnstre uieu in
childbirth, the child beln stillborn,
at about (5:15 o'clock Monday after
noon" in Honolulu.
She was formerly Miss Helen But
ler and resided at the St. Anthony's
Girl School of Wailuku, before belns;
married to Alex. J. Alencastre,
brother of Rev. Father Stephen, who
survives her with two children.
Mrs. Alencastre was about twenty
four years 01 aijo ai.u was born on
Maui. Her parents aro not living.
ACCUSED OF KNOCKING
THE VOLCANO TRIP.
Promotion Committee Gets After Alexander Ybiihg
-He Denies the Charge Hilonian Has
Not Yet Been Sighted.
GOVERNMENT MUST FACE DEFICIT.
Congressman Tawney wili Oppose Appropriations for all
Rivers and Harbors and for Federal Buildings on
Account of a Deficit of $200,000,000.
(SPDC1AL TO THE MAUI NI2WS.)
Sugar 9G deg. test 3.80. Beets 9s 9d.
HONOLULU, January 21. Alexander Young is accused by. tho
Promotion Committee of knocking tho volcano trip. He denies the
charge and refers to his writings as proof of the falsily of the, same.
The Ililonian was expected yesterday has not been sighted yet.
WASHINGTON, January 24: Representative Tawney saysthe
government will face a deficit of $200,000,000, and that he will opppse
all appropriations for rivers and harbors and appropriations for public
Takahira, the newly appointed minister to Washington is expected
to arrive next month.
NEW YORK, Jaiuary 24. The wedding presents of Aliss Vandcr
bilt are estimated to be worth $1,000,000.
LISBON, January 21. The government has discovered a plot' .to
establish a republic. Forty conspirators have been arrested and im
prisoned. NICW YORK, January 24. McDowell the composer is dead.
ST. LOUIS, January 24. Governoi'iFolk has announced himself
as a candidate for the senate. " '
WASHINGTON, January 24.- The American consult at St. Marks,
ayti has been charged with countbrfiting coin and having revolution
ary stores in his possession.
The Consul has been dismissed.
IIONOLUkU, January 23. Ed. Ingham was elected chairman of
the Democratic Central Committee. He succeeds W. A. Kinney.
Governor Frear has received a letter from Secretary Garfield ask
ing advice as to the Federal building.
TOKIO, January 23. Saionji, the Prime Alinistcr of Japan says
the responsibility for tho peace in the far East rests upon Japan.
LONDON, January 23. The press favors Japan for tho moder
ation shown relative to Japanese exclusion in Canada.
NEW YORK, January 23. Alorris K. Jessup is dead.
WASHINGTON, January 23. -Roosevelt has transmitted to Con
gress the text of the new tariff regulations with Getmany. Senators
criticise his action as an infringement on tho prerogative of Congress.
NEW YORK, January 23.
then herself in AIncy's Restaurant
HONOLULU, January 22.
mercial Club at noon today. He
small farmer movement.
Judge Robinson and wife loft
WASHINGTON, January 22. -
re-appoiutcd by the President.
RIO DE JANEIRO, January
PHILADELPHIA, January 22.
turned over to the government today.
PEKIN January 22. Nou Tung has' been appointed comptroller
of Chinese customs.
WASHINGTON, January 22 The rebels of Hayti aro making
headway against the government forces. ,
PITTSBURG, January 22. Tho Trades and Mechanics Bank and
the Treasury Trust Co, have suspended.
HONOLULU, January" 22. Frank Gonsalves is dead from a fall
down a flight of steps.
Wallach has been given an ultimatum to either sign an agree
ment or quit.
OTTAWA, January 22. Lemiaux states that Japan lias promised
to stop all immigration of Japs from Hawaii.
TOKIO, January 22. Ilyashi saysall immigration of Japanese
from Hawaii and Alexico will bo prohibited. Students will bo proyid
ci a. certificate from the home government.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 22. Ono hundred Japs for Japan
and Honolulu are on tho Asia. '
DOUBLIN, January 22. Lord Curzon has been elected to tho
House of Lords. .
PORTLAND, January 22. Two -inspected Jap spies wero caught
acting suspiciously at Fort Stevens.
WASHINGTON, January 22. Tho Cruizer DesAIoines has been
dispatched to Hayti to protect America interests. '
FRANKFORT KY January 22ABrvan addressed M,
crats here yesterday and requested
111 uiuer 10 urcai; 1110 uoauiocu,
Alary Clark killed Frank Brady and
Governor Frear addressed the Com
advocated the encouragement of tlio
for tho Coast on tho transport for a
Breckon3 and Hendry have been-
22. - The fleet sailed today for Pun-
The battleship' Mississippi Was
thorn Vo elect Beckham to tho senato