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'WAlftJKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 29, i 908
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BaOlA M., Chitnnian ' W. Honnmg
call. Present: W
.SfJ'M; Church x W. P. Main, S.-:
TSilCdiuo -aim T. 'Mover.
SyS7 Minutes of the injtirjloktlic
l'itluwevo readjuul the sfttii(jJ)VPret.
, 4,Tho petition oMJMCoolanui etal
W Jvoeis f5'-Ujf month of July 19071
was taken up'for e,xanunalion. ilr.
. Case conducted the examination oT
.the witnopses. jUIiho A. l.,this:
matter was deferred.
Mr. Von Temnsky id Mr. Aiken
' being present, Oit.aopio road
situation was discussed. '
' At 12:15 P. M.
ordered a recess, ta
ii until. 1 :K)
r ' & '' 'he:Doard was called to-order
'IKV t;-ls80 -.vGliairman W'. ,IIcn-
tPtw' ' petition "of D. Koljinui el
! I'.ft'y'- al was again taken up',focongide
ration. 'At 4 P. M., 'the ntittei
t-was again continued until Mr. D.
" Morton and Mr, Ben Manoanoa
- The communication of L, ,'M.
JJaldwin and Moses Kauhimiihu,-
Cputiaued ou Page 6.
. -tv;inancial Success.
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The concert given . Friday eyen
ing lnftby the Wailuku School in
honor of Washington's Birthday
was very successful. The assembly
hall was tastefully, decorated with
ferns and flags, atdiI 'qxercises
k reflected credit ijih the pug!? and
heir teachers. Tho attend unco
was large, and the 'proceeds from
the sale of ticket? amounted" to the
sum of 181 25, whiqlif'ill be 'do
voted to buying cdrTajns and other
.HGcessan' oquipiiieht-for iho school
stage, and to the purchase of boolcs
. for the school library.
The following programme was
1 Selection Quintette
2 '. Chorus All Hail " School
M Piano Duet Frances Marshall
, X Maggie Rurlem
.I MotiQn-Song The Waiters
; ' . l"en Little Girls
5Sp'ng, Angel's Serenade, with
Fluto Obligato Loilani Weight,
IE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooke, President V. T. Kobin&cn, Vice-President
' C. D. Lukin, Cashier
K. A. Wadsworth, Director D. H. Civse, Director
i SIXTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
' . - at the close of business, December 31, 1907
RESOURCES , JJABIMTIE3
Loans and Dtatouuts .$118,380.4 i Capital Stock : S tc.onn.on
United Statoi llouds... 16,500.00
l'romiumou U.S. Uonds
Other Uonds (quicklMjsouvert)
Cash aud.Uue from Iffliiks
Due from UwKSij
URRITORY OP HAWAII. )
rmiMTv rUf mum .l r
COUMTV 01' MAUl. f
I. I). H f'aao Til 1 Vin.Pndi1Mf r.f
y that the above statement is true to thti bca
biiuicribed and sworn to before lurttlii
Ladies Entertain Reverend
On Tuesday, February 25th, Tfie
Evangelical i ministers of. Central
Maui met for their usual moffthly
senium at tha. Union Protestant
Church AT tKahuluh I3igliteffli
iiinia;tcr8 and licensed preachers
and nine visitors were present to
listen tb 'able addresses by. ' Hev.
Finrtk S. Heuddcr and KQyJ&O-' If.
tlulick of nonolulu. ' .
Mr. Guliek spok ,irjon--nio .topic
"The PastoSas if vPreiH)hc!r;' hvhile.
Mr. SiddA-Js was VA M.inis-
r.jS rrciwrafegji for Jns Preach-
nigi' liotn ottlrcse gentlemen
wero listened to With the greatest
p"'. M. (t. Santos of Paiaprcaeh-
exCellent sermon in English
upoti- Things Expedient and Edify
ing." . His critics were Rev. Seud
der and Gulick.
Rev. ' E. 15. Turner ul the Pain
Foreign, Chuirh conducted the' de
votional exweises for the day.
An excellent luncheon- was pro
vided, .by u committee of church
kulicg ns foiling: Mrs. A. .1. Oossin,
mrl'F. HoifBTMw.TM. Ik-aumdnt.
MrijVE. K. Long, Mrs. Lucy Aika
la, M. K. Mawae. Several other
ladies contributed for the occasion.
The next session .of Mho Maui
Ministers' School will - be. held in
Wailuku in conile'etion with the
Semi-Annual Meeting of the -Asso
ciation, of Maui,- MolokKi and LanoL.
.. .!.!!. 1.1.... 6l 1 1 Oil?
wiiien usM'inuiei iJUiii ,iaven loin,
0 Song Hushaby, Lullaby Pupils
7 Selection Tho Victor
8 Song ' Tho Rev. W. Ault
"9 Gypsy dar.ee Ella Bal,
10 Piano Solo Maggie Burlem
Kenneth and. Teddy Deckor
12.f?ong . . .Mis. Field
13 Cornet Solo' Mr. iKifkin
14 Duet, Matrimonial Sweets
Mary Hurl, Thtrvoy Cormvoll
15 Selection . rl ho Victor
1G Song - Mr, Ilanney
17 Selection ' (iuinlette
18 Chorus Hurrah for the Schools
10 Piano Solo ' Frances Marshall
20 Song A Little Boy's Speech
2lYSelcction The Victor
22 Fancy Drill The Red, Whito
and Blue Toaing to ropreaent:
1. Salutation. ' 2. Meditation.
O T1 l ! I T"H 1 v
o. wovouon. j. r-ieauing. o.
Joy. G. Love. 7. Grief. ' 8.
-23 Hawaii Pojioi.
. Surplus and 1'rofits io.8ai.ao
uvue 10 nanus. 144. 16
Dividtuds Unpaid 1,400.00
fve named biiuU, do soUmmly swear
ad Vice-Pteside.it. .
,'uuic sec. jtwl. Cimuit
Stock Well' Represented"
The annual stockholders meeting
of the Nahiku Rubber Company wns
held on the 2Gth instnnt in the pub
no rKim ot tne Jlnsonic icmpie m
Kahului' and while not a great
many of the stockholders were pre
sent in person a great majority' of
the stock was represented by proxy
President D. C. 'Lindsay called
tlimnccting to order and on a can-
ft&Vof the stock it wad found.rhaHf
y(e entire amount of the assessable
stock there was less than one lnuv
dred dollars delinquent and of the
assessable stock hed in tho county
of Maui not a dollars worth of the
stock was' delinquent. This show
ing was a surprise even to the stock
holders present as it was ' known
that assessments are levied on eh
month and a majority of the stock
The managers report was listened
to with the greatest interest and
was much discussed.
Doctor E. C. Watei'house .advo
cated planting the trees farther
apart than hadbeoir the custom in
the past.. He finally withdrew his
motion as he stated he had brought
forward the motion in order to get
an expression of opinion from those
present. , '
The affairs of the Company are
in good condition and the prospects
for a profitable plantation arc favor
The treasurers report is as follows:
Honolulu, T. II., Feb. 20lh, 1908.
To the President and Stockhold
ers of the Nahiku Co., Ltd.
I herewith beg to submit a state
ment of the Nahiku Rubber Com
pany's finances for the year ending
December 31st, 1907, showing a list
of the assets and liabilities and also
a summary of the accounts charged
off to installation.
Assessments on the assessable
stock have been called during the
year amounting to nineteen (19 )
FRED T. P. WATERHOUSE,
STATEMENT OF THE TREASURER
FOR THE YEAR ENDING DEC. 31,
Tools and Implements
Furniture ami Fittings
Personal accounts due
Capital Stock Paid up Shares
" Assessauie "
Balance Dec, 31, 1906
The olllcei'8 and directors elected
for the ensuing year are- I). C. Lind
say, President; W. r. Hall, Vice
President; P. P. Rosecrans, Secre
tary; F.'T. P. Waterhoiue, Tnw
uror; Dr. IS. C. Waterhouse, C. D.
Lufkin, and W. 15. Lowell, Direc
tors; D. 15. Murdock, Auditor.
A resolution was linseed audiori.
ing the payment of actual ' traveling
expenses of the bftloers and direc
tor while attending meeting of the
Rev. Theodore k. Waltrip
The Union Protestant Clnui
Kahului, through its clerk, Mr. T
D. Skinner, this week called tho
Rev. Theodore A. Waltrip, now re
siding in Phoenix, N.'Y. to become
For some months' the Kahului
church has been having only tenv
porary supplied until a lHistor could
be secured, Through the fecon-
inendations of Rev. Alliert S. Raker,
M. D. of Kona, Hawaii, Rev. W
F. Day, D. D. of Los Angeles, Rev
Chas. N. Thorp, Pastor in Chelsea,
Mass. and the Hawaiian Hoard, the
church decided upon Rev. Mr. Wal
ue ineodore a. Waltrip was
born in Tuscola, 111, Dec, 12th.
18U7 and was educated in the fol
lowing schools:. Clmrlestowii (111.)
High School, Lee's Academy and
West Held College from which he
graduated with the A, 15. Degree in
1891". Ho then took his divinity
training in the Union, Biblical Semi
nary of Dayton,. Ohio, where ho re
ceived the degree of 15. 1). in 1S9L
Tho&ame year he was ordained for
the Gospel ministry, and went to
California where he taught for three
years m Wood bridge. At the com
pletion of this- term he was callec
to his Alma Mater, Weslfield Col
lege, 111. where he taught two "years.
He resigned to become Seminary
pastor at Sugar Grove, PwHis-l
next pastorate was Lakewood, N.
V., Avhero he remained four years,
and has now been pastor of the
Church of Phoenix, N. Y.' for five
Rev. Mr. Waltrip with hi wife
have the reputation of being very
interesting people. He is greatly
loved by tho people of Phoenix, N.
Y..and is highly respected by . all
thoso who know him. He is v id
scholar and ovidontly a bi.iadrtiii.-l-ed
man, as is proved by jn"m of the
recent topics ho has beeil . i ' g
in his Sunday evening n.iiii n in
Phoemx. He has been pr i.-liirvja
serios upon tho great rci'.(,is of the
world. Some of his tu).i- wire
Buddhism, the Belief of Asia,"
Comfueiunisin, the Creed of
China," "The, Gods of Greece,"
"Christianity, the Light of the
It is earnestly hoped that Her.
Mr. Waltrip will accept the call,
and the Kahului Church is to be
congratulated upon the choice of
such a strong man for their pulpit.
A number of Omaopio residents
have filed u suitaskuig for a perma
nent injunction against the Cpuiity
of Maui preventing the County from
opening up lite old road that form
erly ran tliroigh certain lands jn
Omaopio that are now held by the
The case was heard by Judge A .
X. Kcpoikai of the i-ijtt)nd Circuit
Court Thursday and a restriiiniig
order was issued. -
The whole matter will le hear
one week from next Monday 'at
which time the matter of tho' ner
maucnt iujuut-tion will Ijc consid
ered and the Nmatter of damages
askejl for will te considered:
The suit if brought in "thte name
of Frank Robcllo agast the County
J. M. Vivas represents the uLiin-
tiff and County AUTuy H .
dm) and Attoriicy J . L. Cafe are
fur ti dfeadurH.
There are Six Large Flows.vPit Rapidly Filling
Up.-Would Remo.ve Jeroms.-Bar Associa
tion CQnsiders Judgeship of Maui.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar '90 deg. tost H.85. Beols 101s.
HONOLULU, February 2S Wilder is still unindorsed by tho
Republican central committee.
GrossimTn was killed over a dispute with his cook as to the time
required to cook, eggs. He was riddled with bullets.
' TOKIO, February 28 Owing to numerous failures and the money
stringency the stock market shows a decline.. A number of firms havo
failed in Tokio and Osaka.
'NEW YORK, February 28 A committeo of stock holders of tho
Metropolitan Railroad Company have aslced Governor Hughes to re
move Jerome on twenty two counts.
WASHINGTON, February 28Thirty seven railroads have peti
tioned the Inter State Commerce Commission for a postponement of
the order requiring eight hours for a days work for telegraph' oper
PARIS, February 28. Six thousand men havo been sent to Mo
rocco. NEW YORK, February 28. Johnson and Burns will fight.
Tho'Captain of the Slocum has beonjtaken'to Sing Sing to serve
his sentence of ten years.
WASHINGTON, February 28. Tho bill, having for its purpose
an increase of pay for the soldiers, has been killed in the senate.
LIMA, February 28.-Tho battleship (loot will leave Saturday.
IIILO, Fobruary 27. Advices from the Volcano state that there
are six largo flows and one large cone. Tho crater is filling up rapidly.
HONOLULU, February 27.7-Tho Bar "Association is divided as
to the recommendation of the re-appointment of Judge A.'N. Kepoi
kai of the Second Circuit. A heated discussion wiis had vP.stmvW nf
tho meeting of the Association and an adjournment was taken until
The Japnnese are making preparation to receive Admiral Evans.
Madam Lisbon, tlio palmist sneaked off on the Hilonian to avoid
prosecution undor'tho Kahuna Act.
Tho Governor and tho Committee from the Rapid Transit are to
agree to a car scheduje.
OAKLAND, February 27. Tho
baby John Martin relative to bombs
there under direction of Mrs. Martin
Watson villo awaiting MO,000 bonds.
ST. PETERSBURG, February
members of the Douma in audience and expressed a- wish that tho
members would carry forward a movement for reforms in Ar.nrin
WASHINGTON, Fobruary 27.
od the Senate. It provides minishmont for tl lOSO Cncrjimilrr lit clnt.ni.fr
in tho Philippines.
VADIV03T0CK, February 271
lin Island, whereby Japan and Russia
COPENHAGEN, February 27.
bill has passed 3rd reading,
.IION.OLULU, February 20.
against Koloa plantation by Judge
A number of Sailors assaulted tho captain of'tho Fullerton.
Kuhio cables that the Pearl Harbor matter looks more favorable.
Tho committeo on yards and docks havo recommended tho passage of a'
bill appropriating $700,000 for a station at Peal Harbor.
SAN FRANCISCO, February 20.
will gather when .the fleet arrives.
ST. PETERSBURG. February 20. General Stoessol has petitioned
the Emperor fora pardon.
DENVER, February 2G. Thirty anarchists havo boon arrested for
tho murder of Father Iloinrichs.
THE HAGUE, February 20. The carriago' of tho Queen was
wrecked by striking a car. No one w as injured.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fobruary 20.-Captain Glazan of the Rus
sian Cryiser Askold committed suicide rathor than face court martial.
Fobn,lI7 20. Weodon lost in tho damage suit,
lhe Moana will open today to accommodate passengeis from tho
Monna and the Siberia.
?,I,oDimld i8tho caulniu of Uio
J ho County Central Committeo
Tax Assessor of Oahu.
Itis pot probable tlfiit the Demoorats will got control of tho S tar.
iLQNDpN, February 20.--Lord Gray in tho IIouso of Commons
stated thajtthe situation is critical.
WASHINGTON, February 20. Roar Admiral Converse defended
the navy beforfc the senate comnfittoo.
' XE .V YORK, February StWfho Hudson river tunnels weroopen
ed today for traHic. -
WABUINGTfflr. nffelinn'n ana(ninn1 K.
police verify tho statement of
under tho houses of iudires ltl.-iced
as a revenue. Sim iain inn;.,
27. Tho Czar has received 300
The Penal Code has finally nn.
Tho boundary difficulty in Sakha
wore at outs is boinir satisfnet-
Tho Universal municinal suffragist
. '"' .
An injuction was granted today
-It is expected that -10 war ships
Rithot in place of Captain Drew.
has not yet' ondorsed Wilder as