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THE MAUI NEWS
'S ATURD AY, MARCH 7, 1908
will tell you that he has to mix most (lours to got tho
right quality and uniformity that are required by good
baking. Each one has some of the good qualities
that our Hour gets from right selection and righ
Our exports know the best wheat, tho best part of
it, and tho Itight way of milling it. They KNOW
Golden Gate Flour
is tho result of years of study and experiment. It's
SOLD BY ALL
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
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is that ouicompctitors toll you that they will sell you
y goods as good as ours. Wc need nothing better. But
they don't tell jou that they have Belrtiont YVhis-
jEl key in bulk or Kaupiikuluu Wine in bulk, be we
fc: We also carry lots of good things for tho Holidays,
SZ such as Peach Brandy, Aprieat Brandy, Cherries in
JCZ Cranio di Mentlie, Cooking Sherry and Brandy, all
kinds of table Wines.
SZ We arc also Agents for Seattle and Primo Beers.
tfc: Your Holiday dinner Wont be complete without
something to help digest it. We have all kinds of
SZ Cocktails already mixed. Ring us up and wo will .tell
you more about the good tilings we have.
Mam Wisie & Liquor Co.
Chas. M. Cooke, Pres. C. D. I.ufkin,
K. A. watlswortli, Director;
SECOND ANNUAL STATEMENT
iTVTM at thejclose of busirjess December 30, 1907
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts..; 34,355.92
Cash and Due from Banks 20,105.49
-United States Bonds 6,250.00
.Other Bonds 12,000.00
Premium on U. S. Bonds 200.00
Furniture and Fixtures 1,150.00
Five Percent Fund 3i2.5
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
COUNTY OF MAUI
I, Win. Hcrniing, Vice-President of the above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement js true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
I Wm. II UNKING, Vice President.
Subscribed and sworti to before me this 2nd day of Jannarv, 1908. .
J. GARCIA, Notary Puiiic Sec. Jud. Circuit.
MAKE YOUR OWN GAS
The Sunlight "OMEGA" Acetylene
Generators HAVE NO EQUAL
We are tho Agents for the "OMEGA" and will cheerfully give
GENERATORS from 10 Its. to 300 Its.
FIXTURES of nil kinds.
COMPLETE PLANTS properly installed.
Let us talk "GAS MACHINE" to you find wo can convince you
that you require an outfit to mako your homo complete.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO'S
A1ERC1IANDIS13 DEPARTMENT Sole Agents
THE G ROGERS.
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Cashier Wm. Helming, Vice-Pres.
V. l. Decoto, Director
Capital btock $ 25,000.00
Surplus and Profits 4:4.18
Due to Hanks
Dividends Unpaid 750.00
Okolehao Distillers Run
Amuck of the Sheriff.
Sheriff Rice came back from Ko
loa Tuesday with a moonshiner
and his outfit, caught rtdhanded
When the Sheriff was acting as
peacemaker in Koloa district some
time ago, there was a decided
spirituous odor to the several gar
risons, lie did not have time to
investigate tho source of the supply
ut the time but decided as soon as
opportunity occurred to look a
little into the matter. For that
reason he left a man behind who
was to find out all there was to
know about the matter.
Tuesday tho Sheriff received a
message from his man that he had
a lot to tell in the matter and there
fore set out for Koloa and his help
er bright and early. Arrived at
the place appointed he was told
that a certain man bv the mime of
John Paris was the ono who sold
md possibly manufactured the
stuff. The Sheriff -telephone down
to his Deputy at Koloa for a police
man, but the whofe force was out
serving jury warts-tnts. Ho got hold
of his man Tanaka from Lihuc,
however, and set out for Paris'
house some three miles up the L11-
Mrs. Paris was the only one at
home when the part' arrived but
the odor of okolehao was there and
a search also discovered the source
of the fumes. The woman got
scared when she saw the head of
tho police himself enter the pre
mises and told him that her hus
band and a Chinaman by the
name of Ah Fa was manufacturing
the stuff another, three miles up
the gulch, they could he found at
Akama's a mile or so above.
The Sheriff, Tanaka and the in
former trudged on and finally ar
rived at the place designated. Aka
ma was the only one at homo.
however, and loudly protested his
innocence -liul ignorance of any
wrong-doinc;.' When he fancied
the police i.ad an eye for the vinw
and nothing else he tried to empty
a bottle behind the house. This
ho should not have done as the
eagle eye of the searchers wa's upon
him and one whiff at the stuff was
enough to reveal the name and
quality of it.
The Sheriff ordered Tanaka to
take the man along, in order that
he could sliowld them whro the
real source of supply was located,
tho he had his misgivings about
amount of confidence he could
place in him.
The capative didn't have much
to say but the Sheriff found indis
tinct trace of travel along the
stream and followed it until he
came to whore the gulch divided in
two, one going to the left and the
other to the right. Here he asked
tho pake which was the right and
was told that the left ono was the
one leading to the place in search.
Tho Sheriff promptly concluded
that the one leading to the right
was the right one and therefore sent
his two men and the pake up that
gulch, wliile he himsell made some
recognoitering in the other branch.
All of a sudden he heard 11 shout
from his men .and soon after saw
Akiuna who had succeeded in evad-
ng them sneak along the hillside
yidenfly in the hepo of getting to
the place in tima to bo able to
warn his booze supplier in time.
He hadn't counted on the Sheriff
and his gun, however, and was
very much chagrined to find both
of them in the way.
Tho unwilling ho was compelled
to go along with the men who now
had no difficulty in seeing that
thby were on the right track, as ti
bushes were plentiful and lately
cut. A little farther up they dis
covered smoke issuing from a small
rr a - for Lahaina.
Lahaina is the fortunate recipient
of a new park and children's play
ground through the generosity of
Mrs. Abbio K. Campbell-Parker.
The Nowlein Estate, known also
as the Richards Estate in Lahaina,
has been purchased by Mrs. Parker
of Mr. Geo. E. Smithies and deeded
in trust to the Board of the Hawa
iian Evangelical Association to be
used as a public park and play
ground for Lahaina in -memorial of
Fames Campbell, a well-known
former citizen of the old capitol
town of Maui.
Tho land is beautifully situated
for the purposes for which Mrs.
Parker wishes her gift used. It it
centrally located in the very heart
of Lahaina, near the public build
ings, and. only a step from the
wharf. It commands 11 fine view
of the ocean, Lanai and the moun
tain!, and occupies half a block
from street to street.
The makai ' portion of the lot,
which is adorned with some of the
finest trees of the Island, is to bo
equipped with benches and swings.
At about half of the depth, these is
to be a small playground for child
ren. The niauka portion, contains
a neat cottage, which is to bo re
paired and used as the parsonage
for the new Lahaina minister, who
has recently been called.
Mr. Samuel Parker and Mrs.
Abbie K. Campbell-Parker arrived
at Lahaina last Tuesday evening
for the purpose of visiting the es
tate. Mr. Parker invited' Rev.' R.
15. Dodge, of Wiiiluku to come, to
Lahaina and consult in regard to
needed improvements. Mrs. Park
er gave Mr. Dodge o donation with
which to begin work immediately.
She left with him careful instruc
tions as to the changes she desired,
and her plans are to be carried out
in detail. The work will lie begun
next. week. - '
The visitors left for Honolulu on
last night's "Kinau."
hut and recognized that they had
gained" their destination. Akaina
had also seen the smoke and set
up and unearthly howl evidently
with ths intention of warning his
friend. The latter emerged from
from the hut only to meet the
muzzle of Sheriff Rices revolver
and an order to throw up his
hands, an invitation that he didn't
hesitate to follow.
After having secured his prison
er tho Sheriff investigated the de
stillery and found it in full opera
tion, the fire was going and the
firy lluid trickling from tho end of
a piece of half inch pipe. 'The still
was of the primitive kind; an old
50 lb lard tin which the mash was
boiled on the top of which was an
empty wine keg with the afore said
pipe protruding from the side. On
the top of the keg was a common
galvanized bucket which by aid of
frequently changed. changed fresh
water condensed the fumes. Three
barrels of prepared ti root, a demi
john and a couple of bottles of raw
okoleha.o and a bucket of mash
were further evidences of the moon
Sheriff Rico has wired the result
of his expedition to Collector Drake
and keeps the windows and doors
of his otlico open to guard against
accidental asphVxia. Garden Is
laml. I:n(ieiuctit Announced. N
The engagement of Mr. John A.
Medoiros to Miss Kahaunani Haia,
two school-teachers of liana, Maui,
has been announced.
Mr. Medeiros is well-known on
Maui, being a son of Mr. M. S.
Medeiros of Spreckclsville. He
graduated a short time ago from the
Miss I lain is a daughter of Super
visor Haia of liana District, and is
considered the hollo of liana. She
also graduated from the Normal
School last year.
The wedding will take place in
the very near future.
Will Yisit Maui.
From a wireless received on Mon
day, it is learned that Governor
F. Frear and part. will arrive
at liana, Saturday morning per
Claudine. The party will number
live and will he made up of (he
Governor, Land Commissioner
Pratt, Superintendent of Public
Works Campbell, Secretary Mott
Sinith and probably the Governor's
From liana Sub-Land agent W.
() Aiken will guide the party to
Makawao via Nahiku and Keanae,
thence through the government
lands of Kula and probably around
The farmers of Makawao and Kula
are doing little planting on account
of the drought.
It is stated that Thus. M. Church
will leave Paia in April to assume
the duties of his new position as
buyer for Alexander & Baldwin.
Mr. Church is most popular on Maui
and not only has made a most suc
cessful manager of the Paia Store
but also a line record as county
supervisor. Roth he and Mrs.
Church will be much missed.
It is' reported that F. P. Rosecrans
book-keeper of Paia Store is slated
for the -position of store manager
but to find a worthy successor to
Mr. Church as supervisor is a diffi
Another prospective benedic is
head hum C. C. Krumbbaar of
Ilainakunpoko who when he returns
from his New Orleans trip will bring
back a wife, so it is rumored.
Miss Lillian Paty of Honolulu is
visiting Mrs. II. A. Raldwin of
Mrsr-Mason'from Southern Cali
fornia is the new matron at Mauna
On Thursday Feb. '27th, con
gratulations were offered Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Baldwin of Haiku upon
the advent of a baby bov into their
On Tuesday afternoon, the Maka
wao Ladies' Aid Society met at Mrs.
D. C. Lindsay's, Paia.
On Friday afternoon, the fith,
the Makawao Ladies' Reading Club
will meet at Maunaolu Seminary.
A leap year dance will lie given
by Miss .Ethel Taylor of Ilamakua
poko next Saturday evening the 7th.
Some rain 011 Thursday in Maka
wao. Continued from page 1.
Koa work, covering the entrance
leading jnto the Cabin, and costing
1150.00; or the, main boom, worth
100.00, or bow sprit worth $50 00,
or any other part of the Yacht, so
that wo could in silver plate, in
scribe the donation of the people
There are some of your people,
who havedonated direc ly, toward
this yacht, whose names, I am en
closing to you. There are others,
who offered to donate, but who
have never come through with the
We hope, to find enough patrio
tic spfrit in Wailuku to take hold
of this suggestion and that you
will convoy our regret over the
failure of'your committee to seo
thip Yacht when hero and our ap
preciation for itt.y assistance your
community might render.
W. II. MclNERNY,
Sejj Trans-pacific Yacht Com
vnitte. Those who have paid to the
yacht fund and the amount given
is as follows: .
J. N. S. Williams
Thos. B. Lyons
W. T. Robinson
Jus. N. K. Keoht
R. C. Searlo
$ 25 00
I. W. Cleveland
I. P. RuldwiiT
MAUI BLUE BOOK -
linn. A K. Ifepolltnl, Circuit JucIku, VVulluitu
Kilnumd It. Hurt. Clcrlt Circuit Court. Wnllultu
Jmlgo ". A. McKay Plst Magistrate, Wiiiluku
" .1. ltecnrd " " I.ahalna
" Chaa. Coiip, " " MaUawao
' CunukuM, ' ' Honunuln
" J. Kalainn, "' ' Hana
" Pllmanu, " " Iflpahulu
" C. C. Cotiriult " ' Mololtat
' Kahoolialahalu, " ' Lariat
W. T. Itoblnsun, Tux Avnwor Wallulm
J. N. It. Kcola, Ueimty Akscmii- WalluUu
A. F. Tavni cs Paia
Puun, - . Lahaina
M. II. Itoulur, " " Huna
S. I!. Kuluo,
"" v Mn!;awn6i
Deputy County Attorney
T. M. Church,
W. 1'. Haia,
T T. Meyers,
I). II. Caso,
W. F. Crockett,
L. M. ilaldwln,
LODGli MAUI, No. 034, A. P. fy'Ajhftir
Stated ineoiinus will be held at
Jhisjnle Hall, Kaluilui, (in the first
Saturday uilt of each month al. 7 .'JO
Visitine: brethren are cordially in-
viterl to ul tend.
1) 0. LINDSAY R. W. V,
t. f. Secretary.
ALOHA LOUGH NO. 3 KNIGHTS,
Regular nieetinjis will bo held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday, Mar ch 14, 28.
All visiting meinuor are cordially
invited to attend.
J. II. NELSON. C. C.
D. II. CASE, K. OF R. & S.
HUGH M. COKH.
EDMUND IL HART
Notary Pujilio, Convkyanceh an
a oent to g 11 ant m arriaoe licenses
Office, Circuit Court. 2nd Circuit.
DR. F. A.ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING
10 A. M. to 12 M.
1 P M in !t P M
7 P.M. to 8 P.M.
DR. GEO. S. AIKEN
Office temporarily at Custom House,
Kahui.ui, Maui, T. II.
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 4 p. 111.
Dfc. J. J. CAREY
Ollice over First National I3nnk
Wailuku, Maui.'T. II.
Wo have only two Gontlc
mon's Blue Sorgo Suits of.
the famous lloH'inaiin & Roih
ohilcl make loft. Those olo
gant suits sell in Honolulu
for $20.00, our price now
$14.00 per suit. '
HAUi mm STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Star Planing
FR AMEsJmOTJLDING S,
if FURNITURE, F1'C.
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Also carries a line of
CASUISTS AND COFFINS.
W. J. Rfloodv, : Prop.
Hello 172 P. O. Box 75