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-SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1908
THE MAUI NEWS-
will tell you Unit lie has to mix most Hours to got the
right quality and uniformity that aro 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, the best part of
it, and tiro Right way of milling it. They KNOW
Golden Gate Flour
is the result of years of study and experiment. It's
SOLD BY ALL
is that (Jtir competitors toll you that tlicy ,vil I soil you
goods ns good up ours. We need nothing belter. Hut
they don't tell jou that they have Belmont Whis
key in bulk or Kaupakulua Wine in bulk, be we
5? We also carry lots of good things for the Holidays,
such as Peach Brandy, Aprioat Brandy, Cherries in
Creme di Mentlic, Cooking Sherry and Brandy, all
kinds of tabic Wines.
We are also Agents for Seattle and Primo Beers.
Your Holiday dinner Wont be complete without
something to help digest it. We have all kinds of
Cocktails already mixed. King us up and we will tell
you more about the good things we have.
Wine & Liquor Co.
Chas. M. Cooke, Pres. C. D. J.uikin,
K. A. Wiulswortli, Director
SECOND ANNUAL STATEMENT
,at the'closc of business
Ioans, Discounts, Overdrafts..? 34,355.92
Cash and Due from Hanks 20,105.49
United States lionds 6,250.00
Other Bonds 12,000.00
Premium on U. S. Bonds 200.00
Furniture and Fixtures 1,150.00
Five Percent Fund....... 312.50
TERRITORY OP HAWAII,
COUNTY OF MAUI
I, Win. Ilenning, Vice-President of
tliat tlie auove statement is true to the best ol my knowledge and belie).
W.M. IIKNNING, Vice President.'
Subscribed and sworn to before incthis2iid day of January, 190S.
J. GARCIA, Notary Puliie Sec. Jud. Circuit.
MAKE YOUR OWN GA S
The Sunlight "OMEGA" Acetylene
Generators HAVE NO EQUAL
We aro the Agents forjtlie ' OMEGA" and will cheerfully give
GENERATORS from 10 Its. to 300 Its..
FIXTURES of all kinds.
COMPLETE PL NTS proporly installed.
Lot us talk "GAS MACHINE" to you and wo can convineo you
that you require an outfit to make your home complete.
KAHULUI RAILROAD GO'S
THE G ROGERS.
& Co., Ltd.
Cashier Win. Helming, Vice-I'res.
W. h. Decoto, Director
December jo, 1907
Capital Stock $ 25,000.00
Surplus and Profits 414.18
Due to Banks 38.32
Dividends Unpaid 750.00
the above named bnnk, do solemnly swear
Honolulu March 11. "I have
received definite information that
that Republican Conventions in
the Territories of Arizona and New
Mexico will send six delegates and
six alternates to the Chicago con
vention. My advice is that Ha
waii do the san:e."
This statement was made this
morning hy National Committee
man Robertson, and has to do with
the number of delegates the Terri
tories are to send, to the National
Convention. The National Com
mittee alloted two delegates to
each Ten itory. This is a reduc
tion. The proposal now is for the
Territorial convention to elect six
delegates and six alternates, send
them to Chicago and make a con
test before the convention for their
There is no doubt that Hawaii
will get a stroll": support for the
seating of its six-delegate delega
tion, and it will have a good light
ing force with Arizona .and New
Mexico working for the same ob
ject. Why C. B. Wells, Sugar
King, Left Manila.
The Manila Times deplores the
loss of Hawaiian millions in the
following, which appeared in that
paper of February 1:
"Through the .-lack of a suitable
hotel in Manila, the Philippines
have lost a possible investor, worth,
according to one of his friends,
$1.5,000,000. The man is C. IS.
Wells, one of the richest 'sugar
kings' of Hawaii.
"Whatever reasons for his pre
mature departure Mr. Wells may
have given officially', to at least
one of his close acquaintances he
intimated that the lack of suitable
hotel accommodation in Manila
was the motive which actuated
mm. He had arranged to visit
Negros and Panay, the two sugar
islands of the archipelago, and the
government wan pressing him to
look over the-field there even to
the extent of putting every facility
in his way. He had practically
decided on this step but, not caring
to take Mis. Wells rfnd his daught
er with him, ho was brought faco
to face with the prospect of leav
ing them in Manila, which nr.eanl
putting up Avith such hotel accom
modations as they had. The pre
sumption is, from their sudden de
partures, and such opinions as Air.
Wells expressed, that they decided
not to undergo nny longer what to
them seemed privation, and so
they packed up bag and bagage
and left for countries where they
can secure the comforts and con
veniences ihcy have been accustom
ed to on thoir travels. Tlioy sail
ed on the Znfiro today although
only a day or two previous Mr.
Wells had intimated ho would
spend two or three weeks here."
Arrives From Tlie Coast.
HONOLULU, March 10. Mnt
son Navigation S. S. Enterprise
ai rived at Hilo this morning
from San Francisco and prominent
among her passengers was Arthur
A. Izbell, for years manager of the
Massoy wholes? system on the
Pacific coast who comes to make
tests preparatory to establishing a
long distance wireless station on
this island for tho Wireless Tele
Izbell will arrive in this city in
the S. S. Claudino on Thursday
morning and will at once begin
tests. He has with him tho finest
testing apparatus available.
It is the intontion, says Presi
dent C. J. Ilutchinsof tho Wireless
Telegraph Company, to get the
long distance station established
on this island by tho time the big
lleot gets here, if such is possible.
Knndseiis Withdraw -
v Mana Land Offer.
Honolulu, March 9, 190S.
.las. W. Pratt, Esq., Commissioner
of Public Lands, Honolulu.
Sir: In reply to your proposi
tion that wo agree to a resurvey of
the Mana said new survey to tako
in the drifting sand dunes along
the coast, and that the upset price
bo also raised, wo bog to say that
in view of the opinion of such an
authority as Dr. .Tared Smith, that
the land previously offered for sale
is worthless for agricultural pur
poses, we are surprised at the posi
tion now taken by you. Wo there
fore decline to consider your pro
position and hereby withdraw our
A. F. KNUDSEN,
E. A. KNUDSEN.
Continued from page 1.
Wailuku Walor Works was lead
and tho same was ordered filed.
A communication of D. II. Case,
County Attorney,-in re lockers for
the Wailuku Armory was read and
action on the same was deferred.
A communication of T. B. Rett
to Mr. Heiming in 10 excuse for the
absence of Mr. Case was read and
the same was ordered placed on
The report of the County Attor
ney for the month was read and
action on the same was dofnvd.
The report of the Sheriff w.is
read anil tho game was ordeied
placed on file.
Tho following reports were sub
mitted and the same were ordered
placed on file.
Tho reports of Sanitary Inspect
or Lahaina, Sanitary Inspector
Wailuku, Sanitary Inspector Ha
na, Fish Inspector Lahaina, Fish
Inspector Wailuku, Statement
Poundmaster Wailuku, .Makawao,
and report Poundmaster liana,
Deputy Sheriffs Lahaina, Wailuku,
Molokai and liana. Treasurer and
Mr. Chinch moved that the de
posit of .$50 00 deposited, by Mr.
Chas. O'Sullivan when he made a
bid for the construction of two con
crete bridges at Kahului be return
ed to him. Seconded by Mr. Kaiue
At 3:35 P. M., claim demands
wore taken up for examination
Claim demand 2230 was laid aside
and the Clerk was-instructnd to in
vestigate and report at tho next
meeting of tho Board.
Tho Board ordered $10.50 de
ducted from bill of the Maui Tele
phoncCompany on account of no
telephone having been placed in
When examining the payroll of
tho Wailuku District, Mr. Church
moved that tho pay of J. K. Kupa
nihi bo reduced from $30.25 as on
the payroll to the monthly rate of
$25.00 Seconded by Mr. Ilaia
(Tho reason for this was that
Supervisor Kaiue contended that
under the law a laborer could not
bo paid less than one dollar and
twenty-five cents per day. -Mr.
Church pointed out that he was
drawing another salary of ten dol
lars per month as janitor and if
placed on the basis of a road laborer
he could not draw the two salaries.
Mr. Church contention prevailed
and the lamp lighter will continue
to draw a total of Thirty-live dol
lars per month.
Mr. Church alo pointed out 4be
folly of hiring a watchman at two
dollars per day for the crusher.
Mr, Kaiue stated that County
Superintendent of Roads J. II. Wil
son had stated this was necessary
and had employed tho man but that
if the board thought it unnecessary
he would make some other arrange
ments. . i
Mjc Kaiuo presented Resolutions
No. to 731 inclusive therebv
approving Salary, payrolls and ma
terial and supply demands for the
month of February, anp moved tho
adoption of the same. Seconded by
Mr. Ilaia and carried..'
At 0:15 P. M., Mr. Church mov
ed to adjourn to !) A. M. tomorrow.
Seconded by Mr. Meyer and carried.
Wailuku, Maui, March 12, 1!X)S.
The Hoard of Supervisors was
called to older :it 0:00 o'clock A.
Jm., Chairman W. Heiming presid-
Roll Call: Present: W. llenning,
T. M. Church, W. P. Ilaia, S. E.
Kaiue and T. T. Meyer.
The minutes of the proceedings of
the previous meeting were read and
the same were approved as read.
Communication of Clinton .1.
Hutching, Rresident Wireless Tele
graph Co. in re re-opening the Mo
lokai Wireless Station was read and
action on the same was deferred.
The Clerk was instructed to ac
knowledge receipt of communication
and to state that the matter bad
1koh deferred until the next meet
ing of tho Hoard.
The Report of the County Engi
neer for the month of February was
read and the same was ordered plac
ed on file.
.Mr. Ilaia moved that the County
Engineer be allied a competent
man to assist him in carrying out
the work planned for the Rond Is
sue Roads. Seconded by Mr. Meyer
I lie Clerk was instructed to get
a typewriter for use if the ollice of
tho County Engineer.
The County Engineer stated that
he had a communication from Mr
Searle, Mgr. Honolua Ranch asking
for permission to fence the old road
at Napili since tho same is now
Mr. Church moved thattheCoun
ty Attorney be instructed to prepare
an Ordinance to close the old road
and opening the new road at Napili,
also to prepare all minster papers
relative to the same matter. Second
ed by Mr. Kaiue and carried.
An" Ordnance prohibiting the
throwing of bottles, garbage stable
manure etc. was read and action
on the same was deferred until tho
next meeting of the Board.
the petition of J. M. Harvest et
al in re road and bridge at Ilonu
nonu waicmi was again talcen up
and Supervisor Kaiue was instruct
eit to go on with the work as peti
tioned for, and the petition was or-
derded placed on file. '
nil si 1 1 1 1
ine uierK was instructed to an
swer the petitioners that their peti
tioned will bo complied with.
The matter of tho County Bond
Issue was again taken up for consid
eration. The following wireless on
the the subject being read: llenn
ing, from Case. At Board meeting
today have all members present.
Pass Resolution fixing County Bonds
redeemable 5 yrs. payable 10 yrs
Adjourn. Or keep open until Satur
day for other-proceedings all mem
hers present. Lettei'Fridny night
Tho Board requested an opinion of
Attorney .Tas. L. Coke, in this
At 12:35 l M. the Chairman
ordered 11 recess to 1:45 P. M.
Tho Board was called to order at
1:15 P. M. Chairman W. Heiming
The Board Bond Issue matter was
again discussed. Mr. Church mov
ed that .las. L. Coke Esq., be en
gaged as an Attorney representing
the County to assist in tho matter
of the County Bond Issue, and that
he be instructed to proceed to Hono
lulu with the Treasurer to consult
with the Attorneys in I Ionolulu who
have this matter in charge. Second
ed by Mr. Kaiue and carried.
Mr. Kaiue pn stilted Resolution
No. 7(2 thereby creating the ollice
of Clerk of Road Department, and
defining the duties of sam" Clerk,
and moved the adoption of the
same. Seconded by Mr. Ilaia and
CARD OV THANKS.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kckart of Wailuku
wish to publicly express their apprecia
tion of the assistance rendered and
sympathy expressed during the time of
their late bereavement.
I5CKART: Miuette Augusta Ketdiopue.
keokiilaui, beloved daughter of Mr
, and Mrs. Max Rcknrt died at her home
in Wailuku, Maui of pneumonia March
8, 190S, aged 21 years 6 months and 33
days. Honolulu papers please copy.
MAUI BLUE BOOK
firm. A N. Kcpotkal, Circuit ludgii, ' IVrtllUKU
JMmunfl II. Hart. Clerk Circuit Rimm. urit,.
JiulgoW. A.McKfty Uist Magistrate, Wailuku
" Chas. Copp, "
' Kunukau, "
" .1. Kalamn, "
" I'llmanu, "
" C. C. Courndt "- :
' Kahoohnlahnlu, "
IV. T. Itoblnson, Tax Aiysnor
1. N. K. Kcoln, Deputy Assessor
A. P. Tavarca
. II. Heutor, '
m. Ilnnnlnf?, Supervisor, Chairman Lahaitm
" . Molokai
Deputy County Attorney
'. 1. Ilaia,
, t Crockett.
. M l!nl,l,vl
LODGE MAUI, No. 084, A. P. & A. Al.
Stated mec lint's will bo held at"
Masonic Hall, Kaliulni, on the first.
Saturday nit;!, t ()f each month at' 7.30
Visiling brethren are cordially in
lted to ai.lend.
. 0. LINDSAY R. W. IV.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Rfirular meetings will be held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday, March 14, 28.
All visiting memuers are cordially
invited to attend.
J. H. NELSON, C. C.
D. H. CASE, K. OF R. & S.
HUGH M. COKE.
NOTARIES PUBLIC. '
EDMUND II. HART
Notary- Punuo, CoNvnvANOEH an
AciENTToGttANT MARRIAGE LICENSES
OlTlce, 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. to 3 P.M.
"P.M. to 8 P.M..
DR. GEO. S. AIKEN
Office temporarily at Custom House,
Kaiiui.ui, Maui, T. H.
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 4 p 111.-
DR.. J. J. CAREY
Olilcc over First National Hank
Wailuku, Maui, T. II
Wo liavo onl- two Gontlc
mon's Blue Sorgo Suits of
tho famous Iloirinann & Roth-
child mako loft. Those olo-
gant suites soil in Honolulu
for 20.00, our prico now
$14.00 per suit.
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Star Planing Mill
Also carries a line of
CASKETS AND COFFINS.
J. ftfloodv, : Prop.
Hello 172 V. 0. Ilox 7fi
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