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.WAlLUKU,.MAUl, H. T SATURDAY. FEr&UARY 15, Y908 P
v- ta vi f . ft -st" ., .-L
WO ill TJ T .n. V
LODGE MAUI No. 934. A. P. O A. M.
v Stated tnccdiius will be hold at
Miis-)nic Flail, Tvaliului, on tliu first
Saturday nilit of each montlf at" 7.0
l M. '
Visltinu brethren are cordially iu'
vitcd to attend. "
D. C. L1NDSW If. W.'K.:'
' BENJAMIN WILLI AM 54,1
t, f. . . Secretary.
Ah'OllA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meet Mtfs ' wUKoolueM 0t
the Knights of Pytlffa&TIivU -Wnlluku
on Saturday, FebUii'y.r-Anilrj-' '
All visiting pi etlSt;irs'iy -.rulall.v
.invited to attend. ,
n j. h. nelson; c. c. .
D. II. CASE, K. OP R..& S. .
-tr. . " -
DR. GEO. S.AIKEN
Office temporarily at Custom House,
KAHUI.U1. Maui, T. H:
Office Hours 9 a. to .) p in.
DR. J. J. CAREY
s'OIIlcq over Fh'Bt National Bank
Wniluku? Maui, T. II.
Wo havqonly l.vqGoVitlo
111 en's BhioSnrre Suit's 6f
tho famou s Ilqil'maim '& Koth
;hild make. loft. Those ole-p-ant
suits sell in Honolulu
for "20.0P',';oui" price now
14.00 per suit. " .
.V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Star Planing fill
MANHPACTUHEHS 01'' . ,.
FRAMES, MOULDINGS,- ' ;
Also carries a lihtyof.
. CASKETS AND COFFINS. '
Wi J. Moodv,': Prop.
Hello 472 P. 0. Mo 76" .
THE FIRST NATIONAL
TCh'as'.'M. Cooke, Piesident
' J C. D. Luf kin, Cashier " '
. R. A. Wads worth, Director D, H. Case, Director
V '. SIXTH ANNTJAL STATEMENT
at the close of business, December 31, 190.7.
. ' ' UBSOUllCBS
Loans ami Discbunts ... ,$138,280,45
United States Bonds .16,500.00
Premium on Uj S. Bonds '450.00
Other Bond (quickly convert) a.Sjo.oo
Cast) mid Due from Butik.s 43.2S0.15
Banking House, Furniture.etc 7,050.00
Due from U. S. Treasury. y.... 825.00
TRKRITORY OF HAWAII. )
COUNTV 01' MAUI, f
I;-D. H. Case, aiKi-Vjce-PrcsIdcut of
4 i, tliat the above statciuentHs true to tlie oi my knowlcdj&'iml beliej. V
mf ' ; '"'I'C 1. CASKjind Vicd-l'reside.it.
'X- Subscribed andswor'n to'before luo'flfis 2ndfilav of lamiary, 1968. ? v-
Receive 'Request for. County Ye.terinary-vInVesti-.gate
Charge's of Pay Rolf Stuffing--- ;
WJlson's Resignation , Considered. . '
JURIES FOR CIRCUIT
Juries For March "I908 Term.
March loth. and l.rialjury KequircdMarch 24th
Citizen's 'Select Town Hall Committee. "
. . SUPERVISORS MEBTINGa-
Tlic C6uifty Supervisors for thd
County bi iStnui met .iit 'Uiiv 'board
rooms on Wexlittsday the 12tli jn
stant. ;"' ' ' ' :
AlTof the Supervisors wore pre
sent. Chairman -Ilenning. presid
ed. The minutes of the -.p'reviQUs
meeting were read and' approved.
Communications Were 'taken Itj)
and among' them was a communi
cation from tho Board pf. Forestry
and 'Agriculture Who, w.i'ote 'the
board that llioy wore anxious to
fccurjj 'the services of a ypterlnjirj
sirgcon for, each island an'd re-.
iucs'tcd the board to appropriate,!!
sumuflicifcnt to pay-tho nlary of
tho veterinary for the,, county1 of
Maui at the 'rate of seventy, five
dollar's perv -monlih- 'SupOryisoj;
Churclilfaclmittod. that a' veterinary
waa needed but objected 46- tho,
County ,paying-all of thb'paldrj'ty
the veterinary here1 wh He the ,taX
payers were paying their portion
of the salaries. for' tfie veterinaries
wlio wijl roijia'in in tho 'county of
Oahu anil dp nb worli "for 'any of
tlie counties except. Oahu. Action'.
on the Jn-oposition was defeired. ,"
A communication ' was ,,Veceiye'd
from tho Kahului rlailroad "Com
pany setting aside lot thirty -qn
the Putinch .Avenue as a public
p'ound and recommending the ap
pointmon't'of Manuel Seqiioiravas
a proper person aa pound master.
Some of tfie Snpervisqrs .were 'of
tho opinion that. a police oflicow
should not-be appointed .as pound
mastor anctf callerd on t Supervisor
Kaiue to suggePt the niune of some
other suitable person. .Mr. Kaiue
could not think of any one at' the
time who would be willing.tp take
the positiot. nml action on-, the
matter was defprYcf. 1 '
.A comnninicalioji.-wns; received
from the Missouri 'Va'lJpy 3ridge
'and'Jron Cofnpanyjfdtifying .' the
Board'tluit-tboy'-liad rbfuscU to ex
ecutc tliLwritten,. contract, 'snnt to
tliembytlib board -for supplying a
steel bfidgefQ.5 liana jis they .-"had
.understood that theyf woro ta get
the contract op' .three - bridges in
stead of two. rThoy offered how
ever to furnish the one at ait ad
vanco of 'two hundred dollars above
BANK OF WAILUKU
W. T. RobinbCii.ec-Presldpnt
. ' IJArtllITIRS
Capitiil Stoclif. 5 35.ooo.ob
Surplus mid l'rofits ....j 20,821,29
Circulation .'. , -16,500.00
Due to Hanks 1.'.. . 1.1,346.16
DiviilcmU Unpaid 1,400.00
tile above named bnk, do solemnly swpar
GARCIAV Notary I'ubfig. e;. Jud. Circuit
SUPERVISORS . ;
COjJRf IRE DRAWN.
Arc DrawtGourt Will Open
their first offer which .propostio'n
was rejected by thqlibardi "
A cppl;nu.nicatipn' wag received
from Supervisor-IIenning vin forhi
ing lie board that Fie dad - received
the.resignation bf-.T; II. -v Wilson 'as
.County Supcrintundont 'of ' I'oa'd's
a'pd ,that he accepted, the same sub-,
jeet to the' approval of.t'ho'boahLi
The, .resignation' f lr- Wilson wn
alo, received a'pd placpd.'pn file.
Action, on' thcsQ CQminunica'.ir's
yas deferred. " . ' -
A' 'petition was received from a,
number of residents of Ktja'nao-'n!-(iueeting
the board to .htivc the
new road that" is to bev(milt be
tween. -Ivenae and Nnhiku built,"
near the'sea-instead of on ho high
er altitudes: i Action on the 'Same
Avas defqVred. ' ' ' ; ' '
.A petition was" received from a
numbdrof Kaupo jesulcnts asking
"thai tjie.y bojiaid$l53.75-'for wink
perforinicPbn'a.roadat Ka'upo.. As
it Appeared that they had done the
work 'without, the, knowledge or
consent of the ro'adauhoritles.tlio
boiird'dociflqd.that, th,ey could ..;iiot
pay the, claim. . ,' . ,
Mr, Ilajia stated, that Jio had let'
a contract for the repair of ivrcyid
parallel to the one that ball 'ibien
improved by local people at air'cx-
pense of less Chat-oive half qf the
amount demanded, by "thostj . who'
lfad Jabordd on the other road and
as .there Wi not. sufheient travel
to justify tlie expenditure for tho
repair of both roads fie had repair
ed the one he thought to be of the
most service to .the, residents thorp.
A .request was "received from "the
county 6fiicers asking, that the
County purchasea Burrows adding
machine.' ' . ,
Tlic draft of -aii ordinance "was
read. prohibiting the throwing or
dumping of .refuse or glass, either
broken or tinbroken'on any public
highway in thp.cqunty and provid
ing it, penalty offro.m $5' to ?50 for
thQ V,iplati6i pf iny.of -thb provi-4
sfons of the' ordinance -Action on
the game- Was" deferred, until- .the
next meeting. o io boarO.
Thp;. repoi't'.ofiRthQ TreaBtirpr of
his triji to Honolulu, in connection
with the. bond issue was read;
From the report it seemed that th'e
'.banks of "Honolulu .we'ro not in
. dined to tako any' of the bonds " n"s.
me money stringency nas - maue.
the interest on loansjnlicli higher
than the bonds called fo;-..Dliere
was a. question loo 9 to-'whether"
tho. act was a legal ohe'nd' until
the legal question 'vati.cntircly
plfnrnd u'liinti wnnld' lin"v(!- IA lin
one would think of advancing aijy
1 1 il 1 'rf ,''. '" 1
ni tninU- nrnnv'inniniT nnvl
money on tlio issue?
' It was estimated ut tho-cost of.
liavuig Uiu.bonds printed and duly
certified wojuld be uibt doss .han
C. M". Cooko wrote that a' tett
case must bo had to olajr." up all
doubts.of legality. .
, CD.. Lufkin cashier o'f the
I' irst NatlOIU
t,v ronuost of
oy iqutbi 01
First National Bank ' of Wailuku
tho ,boardA appeared
bonid. a'nd- offered 40
livke'oO.OGO of tin-bonds atBiix'ty
'eight provided the njattor of -the
legality f.tlte b0nd jisttie was en-
wrei cio;irpu,up and provnniu me
board would' give him an t optiop
pn'thd rest of thp is,sue or 1(50,000
iiiinro., Mr. .'Luf kin assuied'' the:
Jioard of his willingness ' to assist
the poard' 111 any waypossiule in
barryin'g out tlie provision, of the
lenn act and in.placing the lotin.'
' 'Communication of W. E.'Saffrey,
Sheriff, iji recollection of mqney
for.Hhe'unifq'fm material was
rtpd the same vas ordered placed
fon .file.. .,.
, .Commtininatioh of II- Ilackfeld
AVCq. acknowledging receipUpf or
dei; foi; safe was.. read aiul .thesanie
was ordered.pla'ced on file. '
. Communication of W.'IIarris
aknowjodgliif, receipt", of lnforma
tion,cohcorhig'his.'claim was' read
andj;l)i0samp,''wa ordered" placed
onjfilfr-,. "''';. yf
.Goimnuiicaluin of "C. "W. Mac?
'CJjn"nttii)icatioiVof Dr. Dincgar
relativcto 'the odorless excavator
was. i;o'ad aiul action on (he samp
iwas l('ferred. , r
-"Coiimiunicatio)i.of A'.- A. Wilson
requesting the return of his deposit
for'the Napili -Ilonnkahua road4was
reatl aitd'the same was .ordered
placed -on Hie. .
rClr Church moved that 'the de
posifof A. A. Wilson on. the Na-pfli-llqnokaliua
road be returned
ftt h'"n Seconded by Mr'., Meyor
Uoininunicaton of UhasJ O Sul
livan .submitting cstiinates forfix
ingu"p thc'.Ulupalakua loektup was
read and flic same was- Ordered
placed on file.- - . ) .
. Roportvo'f the County Attorney
wasfrcad and .the saine was-ordored
.plated ,011 filo.. 4 , '
Iteport ot tho County Engineer
was tead jud the same was ordered
placed oi, filo. . ':' '
Iteport of, tho Shbrift was read
and action on (ho 161110 was 'defer
red. . 1 '
; Communication of '.the Audilor
transmitting his reports ant&also
requesting the Bohrd to approve
appoihtmen't'jbf Geo. II. Ciunmifigs
as his. clerk was read and action
the same was deferred.
. n . . ... .... . '
ot tne ;AU(titoi,aiiu. tlic treasurer
were submitted and the same were
,oi'dered,pJaced on file
Itepnrts qf, Uie Deputy Slieriff
Moltkai, Lahiiipa, VaiJukiwanU
'liana, Fisji;a1id Food i Inspectors
Lahaina and Wailulfu, Sanitary In
spectors Lahama, WailukiCandJIIa-
na, JixiTimner ot I haUitourffjind
Poundmastcr at. HalaVji wuroll
subinitted and. the same .were order
ed placed on Tile.. ' . .
Communication of M. KaiiTiiniahu.
and L. M. Baldwin, Committee re
p'resunting citizens of Wailuku re
lative to the old courthouse was
Communication of Mr. Campbell
Superintendent of Public Works re
lative to' (he abepyo ma( tor was also
rcsrtl. Action on the above matter
was deferred" ,
.' -EVENXNCj si-:ssrox. .
The l)aill wassailed order at
,7;30,;P. M., VicoClmirmai. 'Kaiuo
.11111 demands wc ro taktfn up mr
rexaininatioli. . ' ' '. ,'
At.lu;P M'., Chairman llojiniflg
4)i-Qsided, '" . . '
M., Miv Chuifh
moved to adjourn to.y A M. Sec
onded by Mr. I laia, -and .carried .
t ' ADjqbnNMpT.' .
' On Thursday dltc much' mooted
pay roll stalling of Makawapwus
taken up and o(!cupu.'(l most of the
d.tfS'. From the statements, made
by .the witness it would eeiuthti
hijla'iip t" C6. inre';pun'iping outfit
f&p.PaVa .was. rcfii 'lijit the. same
.wnrorAc're'd' placed' on file. '.
Worm 'Fakir Will Now Probably Work on Female
Rock" Pile for. the Benefit of the Roads
:4vy ; in . Oahu ' County. ' ' '
r JAPS ARE 'DETAINED AT- VICTORIA.
Not Alldwccf tdLandas they have Failed to, Pass Tests of
New L-avfRaisuli woulH Appear in Vaudeville
4 -sWould Rcyivc, Zion' Gity. .
T ' -. ; LI . ., , , . t -
(SPECIAL TO Tllfr
Sugar 90 dog. 'test Beets
three days out' from Honolulu? 'Rosen ,vas on his wav to' Arizona for
hishealUi. .. S ' . t .:tfk?
Wallach has-been sent to the '.''female" rock pHp and actually may f Wt&
have a look in.' ' v 4 . '"',' ,.
' McKinlcy, the Orcjron land thief, is'aboard the steamer America ' .
' McKinlcy, the Oregon land thief,
Maru, returning forsc'ntence. t-"
, Alexander Yohng.is getting so'mo'' kirocking experience at the
Monna servj'c.(J. ,
TOKIO, FohiUary..J'l. The House tf Reiiivscntatives iiassedthe
budget .by a good majority after api'xcititig 'debate. ,
OFTAWA, FebruaryilJ IJie.Natal Act directed against, thc'nd-
missitm of'OHe'ntaLs has -been disallowed
VltTOl'IA February 1-1. One
tained for failure to pas the' test of tho howMaw." ' .
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' . ' NEW. YORK, Fdbruary 14. The American Sugar Trust lias de
clared a dividend' oflf perScnK : A- ' '
LONDpN, February,,,14r-Rniisuli,")iithc.bandit,' ii contemplating 'v'SE
rearing in"vaudpvilc; VrLM'-'" ' , , tWi
CHICAGO, Fcbf.uary 1 1. The vidow pf Alexander. Dowio would'rf' '.'
HONOLULiU, Kobruary.in. Jamcs.' Holt is dismissed from tho v
tax,ofiice.' He is charged with falsifying accounts in Connection 'with;
thrpaymcnb ofcIIarbotlle. He at
NojBUCccsSbY ha's-as" yet been appointed. (
k Kuhio still has.liopcs of tho Pearl Harbor appropriation.
... Charles R. Blacow,' who has charge o the tobacco department of .'.
the U, S. experiment station near Pauilo, Hawaii has formed a.coinpany" '
for the cultivation of tobacco in Konn.
Tho supervisors got cold feet last
.........,. . ,
Akau of Kona was. awarded $500 dhmages for being declared '"J
a leperapd later being declared clean. v i , ,j
SANTIAfiO. Chili. Fnbrunrv 18.
hqre today. .
JUNAX, February 13. Tho Japanese schooner Satsumn Maru is
wrccke.d at Yututah. ." ' ,
LONDON, February 13,
iniprisonnient. .t ,
. -. ROM 15,' February, 13.-For the first tjnjo in over 500 years the
(iiiuivers'ary of St. John Chryss'osloin was celebrated by the. Pope.
. NEW YORK, February 13. Van
goes b'ack to the, penitentiary to finish
IilTTSBURG, February 12. A
an explosion in a steel ftirnaco.
' . RICH HALL, Nevada, February
.1 1. 1 i..a 1 l -.1
NEW YORK, February 12.
tho world on a race.
HONOLULU, February 12.
ed. to bo worth .125,000.
A shake up is expected 111 tho tax bflice. ' ; .
1 The ship Fort Georgo-has' bceri libelled by the cook.
SAN FRANCISCO, -February
Kea was successful. She dovolopecl a speed oW5.53 knots; jt,.
Henry Sevcrnnce, at one timo Consul General of Hawaii "is .Scad-
in Massachussetts. . ..
' DENVER, February 12. Tho Colorado State . Republican Coin?'" '
Inittco has endorsed Taft for President. , .
PORTLA'XD. Fehvnni'V 19: -
uuiman u.uiii. iiavo coiisuiuiaicu-aiui
TANGIERS, February 12 The
tlnee lneit.were paid fyom one dollar
and twenty, five cents to three ' and
seventy five o'np hundreths dolltys
too much (luruigthe month of July.
Thoy were- positive as to the num
ber of days worked, that montli, and
the amount luid but 'totally -failed'
in.mosj eawid-.to lvmenilwr' pithor
the numberufdnys worked or' tliQ
ENT TO PRISON,
9s. 10.UI: ; ' ' '
joo'llosen, thoViolinist, died at sen,
isaboard jhe steamer
, r - t .
hundred and twenty .laps are de
first deniod the charges and then , at"!
night in their. plan to "fire Saih'"
Tim bnt.tlpshin flpot is ornwlral 'V
qO women suffragists arc sontenco'd to
. . .-.
Scheik, thocaptajn of thoStok'um,
his sentence of 10 years. f
dozen men arc "badly burned by
. ' .
12. Burglar blow open a vault
Six Automobiles have stnrtcclarpund f
- ' - ,
Tho estate of James Low is estimat-
12. The. tiial trip of tho Mauria!$!
Tlin Ororrnn Trtifif pniminno nnd'flin
'f O ' T J .'IU . T
esumeu uusiness, , , 4
tension throughout Morrpccq is,
amount'.of money paid them for any.-1..
other month in tlic year.
No jury would convict on-. such
testimony as was pYoduce,d.
A qiyirrel ovcr 1V woman
enter into, tho disputo and
dhunon, is required to gw
picia aim me motive lorip?
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