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6 ' THE MAUI NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1908
A HALL SAFE is the acme of porfoci safe con
st ruction. Its lire-proof qualities have been proven
THE BURGLAR gives up and goes elsewhere
whonhe socs a HALL'S SAFE OR VAULT
guarding the money he wants.
Send for Catalogue of HALL'S SAFES.
H. J lack f eld
grow w ww wmwrn mnnirwnww w w row mr lirmiffg
Prim o J
I Bock Beer I
We have the first output
orthe season in pints and
Maui 'Wine & Liquor Co:
g SOLE AGENTS FOR MAUI.
Seeing is Believing.
Wo havo in exhibition in our show room a choice
selection of nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for the Bathtub,
v'. 'French Plato Glass Mirrors,
Soap Dishes for the Wall,
: . , Sponge Holders,
V; v Sponyo Gups,
Soap'and Sponiro Holders,
Towel Bars in various sizes,
Towel Racks, 2-3 and A fold,
Comb and Brush-Trays,
: ,' - Tooth and Brush Holdors,
Robe Hooks, etc., etc.
To realize their beaut' and usefulness they
must be seen and used. Takon as a whole these
fittings are the most artistic, practical, easily cleaned
and thoroforo tho MOST SANITARY.
Our prices bring them within tho' roach of all.
Wo invito your kind inspection.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.'S
Masonic Temple, : : KAHULUI.
Al.OllA LODGE NO. KNIGHTS
lingular meetings will bo hold at
tho Knights of Pythias flail Wailuku
on Saturday, December 5, 19.
All visiting members are .cordially
invited to attend.
J. II. NELSON, C. C.
D. II. CASK, K. OP R. & S.
& Co., Ltd.
LODGHMAUl, No. 084, A. I5. JV A. M.
Stated Hirelings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kaliulul, on tho first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren lire cordially in
vited to attend,
D. C. LINDSAY It. W. V.
t. f. Secretary.
Was One of Maui's Pro
Itev. Martine Lutera, the pastor
of Keawakapu, Ulnpalakua nnd
Knnaio Churches died on Novem
ber tenth, and was buried near tho
old Keawakapu Church on the fol
lowing Thursday, November twelv
th. Rev. Lutera has been an ex
ceptionally faithful 'pastor of the
Hawaiian people in his district.
During the last two years his three
churches have raised over $!!,'200
for tlit repairs of Keawakapu and
Kanaio and the new church build
ing at Ulupalakua. Of this large
sum II. 1 Haldwin gave 850 and
Dr. J. II. Raymond gave $200, but
the balance was entirely raised by
the members of Hev. Lutein's
churches, of whom the pastor has
been the constant inspiration.
Hev.M. Lutera was at one time
missionary to the .South .Sea Is
landers, and was for some years tho
pastor of their Church at Lahaina
He was at a later date pastor of
the Kahakuhm Church, and for the
last five years has been in the Hon
uaula district of Maui. He was much
respected by the p.'oplo of the Is
land, and greatly beloved by
members of his congregations. The
Hawaiian Board has lost from' their
ranks a vcrv valuable worker.
Kahului's New Fire ,
Company Is Organized
Fire Company No. II of the
Wailuku-Kahului Fire Department
was formally organized Tuesday
evening December, 1st with head
quarters in Kahului.
T hero were twenty-two members
enrolled and the following wore
duly elected officers of Fire Com
pany No. II. .
F. J, Vasconcellos, .If"., Foreman
M. C Picaneo, Asst. Foreman
.1. M. Ambrose. Sec. and Treas.
W. II. Bennett, Delegate
After election of ollieors the lire
laddies discussed the matters of
getting suitable quarters for a lire
station A .location near tho Ka
hului Church was considered the
most desirable -site.
Tho question of proper equip
ments for fire .lighting purposes
was talked of and in addition to
getting sufficient fire hose some of
the firemen who bad had pre
vious experience- suggested getting
fire extinguishers and other appli
ances for using ready to hand
means for smothering a blaze in
the earlier stages when most easily
Birthday Dinner Given
by Mr. C. E. Copeland
Mr. C. E. Copeland gave a din
ner to a number of personal
friends Tuesday evening, December
1st. The occasion being tho birth
day of C. E. Copeland and II. B,
The guests were F. P. Bosecrans,
R. A. Wadswoilh, Judge W. A.
McKay, Prof. Sinclair, Rev. R. B.
Dodge, Dr. Judd, D. II. Case, Dr.
R. II. Dinegar, H M. Coke, II. B.
Penhallow and A. M. Nowell.
After doing justice to tho very
oxcellent dinner provided by tho
host, tho guests drew lots and each
faithfully proceeded to carry ou,t
whatever task fell to his lot.
Much merriment was occasioned
as each tried to perforin whatever
his allotment called for. The
tasks required of tho guests ranged
from tho nlaking of a simple draw
ing of an animal for instance to
the singing of some popular song
or telling of sonic good Sunday
The party broke up Into and all
prcsont pronounced it a grand suc
The Wailuku Improvement Asso
ciation met Thursday evening last
in Judge McKay's CiTurt room tt
discuss Town Hall and other
Suggestions were made that
minimum, middle and maximum
rates of charges for the use of the
Hall be established, " sulliciont to
cover the expenses' of lights and
janitor service and that said rales
lie collected in advance from any
parties desiring the use of the Town
Hall, the minimum rate to Ik$.00
A committee consisting of I). II.
Case, L. M. Baldwin and Chan.
Wilcox was appointed to confer with
the County Attorney on drafting r
gulations for the use of tho Town
Matter of a trustee or a board of
trustees for the Hall was discussed,
and tile sentiment of the "meeting
was in favor of a one man trustee,
and that trustee to be tlTD County
Recommendations were adopted
that charitable institutions hcnllow-
ed the use of the Town Hall at the
Matter of lights and cluurs wen
next taken up and the sentiment of
the meeting was that the citizens of
Wailuku should raise the $100.00
needed by subscription, and eight
members of the Association present
promptly subscribed SCO towards
the light and furniture fund.
Mr. Wadswoilh and Jas. L. Coke
brought up the matter of the in
junction pendjng before the Hono
lulu Court against the further en
largcmcnt of the Wailuku Water
Works. It was stated that on ac
count of said injunction no new
water taps could be connected and
that no water could be had from
the Government water mains of
Wailuku for any newly built house,
a matter ot the most vital interest
to the people of the town of Wailu
The matter was then referred to
Jas. L. Coke, W. II. McKay and
Rev. W. Ault. They being duly
unpowered to act as a Committee
and to find out whether or not the
people of Wailuku could butt in as
a party of the third part on this
water right question.
Mr. Aheong and the Paia
School Building Contract
Editor Maui News:
My name is quoted in the Even
ing Bulletin issue of Novombcr
30th, in an article' accusing the
contractors of the now Paia School
house of using beach sand instead
of fresh water sand and so forth in
constructing said building. I made
no such statement.
I was asked by tho correspon
dent of tho Evening Bulletin as to
tho kind of sand being used by said
contractors, and-1 replied that I
had heard they were taking beach
sand and that I never heard of
their hauling Mnliko rock sand.
I had never been near the build
ing nor have I made an inspection
of the same for tho. benefit of the
correspondent of tho Evening Bul
letin, and ho has used my name in
in this instance without my know
ledge or consent. I think his re
marks about tho trick3 of the trade
and of my desire to do likewise tho
next time aro entirely uncalled for,
as I never madu remarks to that
effect, and as long as I havo known
them I know tho Concrete Con
struction Co. to be a good reliablo
firm of contractors who can be de
pended on to do good work such as
called for by tho plans and specifi
cations. Thanking you for the spaco, I
J. A. AHEONG.
Wailuku, Maui, Dee, 8, 1908.
MF.DIJIROS To the wife of A. S. Me-
deiros, at Kaupakalua, Maui, i,'oveni.
ber iS, 190S, u son.
NOW ON DISPLAY AT THE V
A magnificent line of Japanese
linen drawn work, embroidery, etc.
Every piece guaranteed hand-done,
Lacquerware, Jewelry, China,
Crockery, Ivory and Sandalwood
Fans, hand painted and embroid
ered. Hawaiian Curios, Souvenir Jew
elry, etc., at prices better than you
can do in Honolulu.
COME and SEE OUR DISPLAY
Fresh candies, fruits, nuts, figs,
raisins, dates, mincemeat, etc.
S. S, 'Lurline to Sail
for San Francisco.
Arrangements have been perfect
ed for the steamer 'Lurline" to
make regular calls at the port of
Kahului. This is the first time a
large comfortable steam boat fitted
to carry passengers is scheduled to
make regular monthly calls between
Honolulu, Kahului and San Fran
The S. S. Lurline is scheduled to
pail as follows:
Leave ban l-ranciseo December 4
... " 13
Arrive San Francisco
Licaye ban i-rancisco January 4
Arrive iiouoiuiu 11
Leave Honolulu " 12
Arrive Kahului v,. " 13
Leave Kahului " 18
Arrive San Francisco " 26
Leave San Francisco February- t
Arrive Honolulu.. " j0
Leave Honolulu " 11
Arrive Kaliulul " 12
Leave Kahului " ic
Arrive Hilo " 16
Leave II1I0 " 21
Arrive San Francisco " 28
Sugar Season Begins
On Central Muai
The Paia Sugar Mill commenced
grinding for the Maui Agricultural
Co. Monday, November 23rd, and
tho expected output Tor this sea-
son's'crop is estimated at 20,500
tons ot sugar.
Monday Novembor 80th both the
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
Co. and tho Wailuku Sugar Co.
Die Hawaiian Commcicinl and
Sugar Co. expects the seasons crop
to exceed 50,000 tons of sugar and
tho Wailuku Sugar Co. estimates
an output in the neighborhood of
lb.UUU tons. Ihis would bo tho
largest crop harvested by tho Wai
luku Sugar Co. in any ono sugar
If all tho"o.pectation, of tho dif
ferent plantation managers uro
finally realized ovor 92,500 tons of
sugar will bo marketed from Cen
tral Mam this season. . I
No. 82(17. '
KBi'ORT Ol5 THE CONDITION OF
the Biiltlwin Nntionul Bnnk of K(l.
Iiului, at K.ihului in the Tci. of
llmvuii, nt the close of business,
November 7, 1908i
KliSOUKCHS. DoU.AUS ,
Loans and Discounts 87,99:! 27
Overdrafts, secured and iinse-'
curL,1 1.593 41 ' )
U. S. Ilonds to secure circula-
tion - 13,00000
Premiums 011 V. S. lionds 56o 28 -
Ilonds, securities, etc 20,510 94
Ranking house, furniture, and
fixtures 3,41826' '
Due from National Hanks (not
reserve agents) 33ss 62 '
Due from State Hanks and
Checks and other cash items.. 305 00
Notes of other National Hanks 29700
Fractional paper currency,
nickels, and cents 20 53 "'
Specie 48,41615 -
Legal tender notes 48,41615. -
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer ( 5 circulation ).. 650 oo. -
'rtfl1 v 180,325 17
LIA11II.ITJKS DOM.AUB "
Capital stock paid in 50,00000
Surplus fund j750
Undivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid 1,553 25
National Hank notes outstand-
lnK 13,000 00
Due to State Hanks and
11-K?"k"s 3.337 05 .
Dividends unpaid 1500
Individualjleposits subject to '
Demand certificates of deposit 41,62633
Time certificates of deposit 8,70715
Total iSo,325 '17 -'
Ter. of Hawaii, County of Maui, ss:
I, D. C. Lindsay, Cashier of t)ic nboyc
named bank, do solemn!
above statement is true to the best of mv
knowledge and belief.
D. C. LINDSAY,
H. A. HALDWIN f Directors.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS )
Subscribed and sworn to before me .
this 4th day of December, 190S. I
F. P. ROSKCRANS,
Pine Job Printing at tho
Maui Publishing Co.