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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, MARCH 0, 1909
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Xocals anfc personals
Harold Rice was in town Sunday with
his new auto.
Mr. Hull of Cnttoti Noil and Co. was in
Wiiilukti this week."
Cashier C. 1). Lufkin lias been in Wai
luku tlie past week.
Mr. S. Kanda, the Japanese interpre
ter was a passenger lo the city this week.
T. M. Church was in Wailuku this week
on a business trip to the mercantile in
terests of Alexander and Baldwin. Mr.
Church is held in the highest esteeni ly
the manv who know him well.
Ballon the Choice of the
Honolulu, March 2. (Snvcrnor
Sealed Tenders will he received by the
Board of Supervisors of the County of
Maui up to 2 p. tn. on Thursday, March
nth, 1909, and then opened, for the im
provement of the KawelaRoad, Molokai.
Specifications can he obtained of tin-
undersigned at his office in Wailuku,
Maui, upon application.
No tet'dcr will he entertained unless
made upon the blanks and enclosed in
Cards have been received announcing
the marriage of Miss Laura Wells, n
former resident of Wailuku to Mr. W.
II. 1!. Fowler of the editorial staff of the
Dr. I. II. Raymond returned from a '"-" ' .....v.. Frnr H ,, l,ont to make his recoil), the euveloocs. sealed, furnished
business trip to the city Tuesday evening, are oo,n lormcr st ineius . .n- , lS t t, pr(.si(ont for ihe application to the undersigned.
mvm,.... .,,.!,..,,, I': . ln" W K. l.. 1',.."lL.. 1 TT .,;,.! ns.,, The Board reserves the right to reject
pj--- , u'lieiii 1'cnnsv van u. ir. riui .Mrs. "in , h w . iv.o ,
th MiMM rntiimf mm f Wailuku ilurimr :,i , t t...i...k: any unci an icnucrs.
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..... , . JS Htus 011 a uirtc vL'nrs vimi iu ry h. ns nrf jiv n t.irnnnll m ... r-....: t i., m,.,.; t if
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Miss Mary 11. Krout win e in vvauuKu encv ea ed n meet ne of leadina Feb. 20. 27. Mar. 6.
sl,ort,y to g,ve a m.r on i.ew aii iu. attorneys in ho Executive building
anil Hen Hur
and the matter was discussed, ac-
C " n l i -
I.. I. Kkbcrtr. "the Singer man." will
Ucorge li. M-nra.icr reuirncu iuct., , t ...Imin ..xt w..i. Phone him at li 1.,.. .1,,
, , , . a1 1 I (----- --- I WUI i I II It H 111 't I v " . IU'
even... ....... . tUc r,neur Hotel. . . ,1 ,,.,...:,.,,
side of his mother who is seriously ill. . to tt,lf n,(" m"!-'-
... . .. . Associate Justici
The Haleakala Kancn recently imKn- niortQ.-io.ee. H notice ui intention
ed some of the most beautiful pure blood
riynionth Rock chickens ever seen on
IN Till' CIRCflT COVRT OF THE
SECOND CIRCl'IT, TKRRITORY
AT Cmamiikrs In Pkohatk.
To porecloHe, mid 11 Kale.
Associate Justice Sydney M.
P.allou of !lie Territorial Supreme
Court is almost ccrtainjy thechoici
under M t'lP 'ov,'rnor 1 Federal Order of iNottce of Henring leti
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooke, President
I). II. Case, 2nd Vice-l'resideiit
C. I. Lufkin, Cashier
W. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President
R. A. Wadsworlh, Director
A. Aalberg. Auditor
SEVENTH AININUAL STATEMENT
at the close of business, December 31, I9..S
I,oans and Discounts $17,7X7.14 'Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
United States Bonds in.soo.uo Surplus and Profits 2.1,7X3.19
I'retiiium on V. S. hoiuls
Other Bonds (quickly convert)
Cash and Due from Banks
Banking House, Furniture, etc
5,. Redemption Fund
44.Nl 7.50 Devisits
,o.433'4N Due to banks
6,525 00 Dividends Unpaid.
TKRRITORY OF HAWAII,
COUNTY DP MAl'l, ( '
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the alx.ve named bank, do solemnly swear that the
aljove statement is true to the best of my knowledge anil belief.
C. I). LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of January, 1909.
JAS. N. K. KKOLA, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
In the matter of the listate of P,
late of Koali, liana, Maui Deceased.
tioii lor AdminiHtrutlon.
Notice is hereby niveu that
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I. II. McKeu.ie was a passenger to power of sale contained in Mortgage juoge. in 111 uume y ei-iei ,1,1 y ii.-ni
Honolulu this week by the Claudine. dated August 10,1905, from Mary and y lndicatllia this fact . On Reading and Filing the Petition ol
Mr. McKenzie was formerly the manager William Feucrpeil to C. D. Lufkin, re- To sue 1 It.illoii when be ir,w I- W. Kawahamae. of liana Maui alleg-
of the Ulupaliikua ranch.
ing that F. KI of Koali, liana, Maui,
cornea in liner 275, pages 220-222, uie : ,1,,, i,,,!:,,;,,,... i,; 1,1
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Contractor h. V. Chapin was a ; , inc to take a Federal udtreslm.. ., .. . ,...
He I ' I . . uiv t.iH,.n-, ... j., j ... .v... .
because of noii-na vment of intre mere were coiisioeren 111 1 ne mu prooerty 111 tlie Hawaiian lsianus
passenger to Honolulu this week.
says the Fnia schoolhouse will be com
pleted in about two months.
Mr. Theo. R. Martin of San Francisco
was in Wailuku this week on business.
Mr. Martin makes frequent visits to the
islands and has many friends here.
Frsnk G. Correa, the Kula farmer, re
turned home by the Mauna Loa Thurs
day evening from Koua, where he has 1905, for value, said note, together with
been attending to some litigation. said mortgage, was sold and assigned by
,. , . said Lufkin to J. Garcia, Trustee, the
.rs. rrm.K o..v v.. ...r ...... prosent iui,(lcr all(1 ownt,r tllereof
principal and interest dne on promissory meetill" with the Governor tlie necessary to lie administered upon, and
note secured thereby. naniPM n f Ciri-nit Court Indire .John praying that Letters of Administration
The above mortgage was given toT n . ... ..,.,. ., issue to petitioner, I). W. Kawahamae
secure imvnuMit of a nromissorv note for . " It is Ordered that Thursday, tlie 1st
six hundred dollars, of even date there- I-'ewls- day of April, A. D. 1909, at 10 o'clock A
with, payable one year from date, execut- hose of the attorneys present M., be and hereby is appointed for hear
ed by said Mary and William Feuerpeil with the Governor, or most of them, ing said Petition in the Court Room of
to C. D. Lufkin. On September 13. wnre inc.lined to theoi.inion that ll,is Colirl Ht Wu'llku. Maui, at which
, ., . 1 time and place all persoiisconcerneu may
I)e Holt was the man to succeed ' 1 ., ., ,
Gallon if Ballon took tlie federa
judgeship, but it appears that Gov
I,aliaina on Aiumwy 01 ui wreK. . NOTICK Is LIKKWLSR GIVKN that, ei nor Flei.r leans more to Attorney
nova . ... . I after the expiration of three weeks from MVlfi If Lewis i- recoinmendid
biva mid was nromtiient ill social circles. . . . .' " 11
, , aateoturst publication ot una nonce, aUtl ai .pointU to smwed Hallou
The Womans Guild of the Church of to-wit, 011 Monday, March 22, 1909,' at . , . , . , ,,,
,1... r.,v..l W,eherd will hold its re- ,w..lve o'clock noon of said dav said On the hlipfelne be.udl of tile I Cl-
..!.,, cnria1 nwnlill.r ul lllf home of Mrs. .....rl..a.r...l l.miwrlv f . ,r !... ro,l ritOf V t llt'Ce WOU I d 1 C II O 1 1 Ccd ofll
.. ft ... 1 1 3 " I
I). H. Davis Wailuku; on Tuesday March above stated, will be sold at public auc- new aiiliointliient ill the Circim
9, 1909 at 2.30 p. m. Hon at the front entrance to the Court- Court, but in the event i.f Do Unit
Company I returned from its annual hu"se- in Wailuku, County of Maui, Lj, Supreme Bench
encampment on Oahu, Saturday the boys' , . . I according to the report, J udge An
are nil well pleased will, tne encamp- uriule orV. T. liawlins would
ment. Good reiiorts are lo be nearu 01
the excellent work done by the boys
Cnptaint McAllister of the V. S. Army
and Mrs. McAllister have been visiting
Mrs. McAllisters brother Mr. C. C.
Krumbahaar of Hamakuapoko for the
past fornight. They left on the Claudine
for Honolulu Wednesday.
The Hvteia Soda and Ice Works and Territory of Hawaii, described in Royal
the Maui Soda and Ice Works have con- Patent number 1176, L. C. A. number
solidated and the new concern is now 47. to Kaailau, containing an area of
under the management of Mr. R. A. 45-'"" t e; h"S t"e same pre-
Wadsworth, the former manager of the mises conveyed 011 April 6, 1903, by L
For further particulars apply to J. Gar- Stand a j;o.)d chance to get Dc
cia, or I). H. Case, Wailuku. Bolt's position.
j. iiAKCiA, lrustee. Another part of the programe is
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 6th day to 9hnS ClrCUlt Ju,,8e Mathewnutn
of March, 1909. iroiu 1111 preseni rvainui cucuii iu
Description of Property to be sold: Honolwlu, liaTing hllll take the
"All of those certain premises situate place of Judge De Holt if the latter
inAkl ui, Lahania, Island ot Maul, heeoines nMBnHnte justice.
appear and show cause, if any they have.
why said Petition should not be granted,
and that notice of this order be published
in the F.nglish language for three succes
sive weeks in the "Maci Nkws" printed
and published newspaper in Wailuku,
Maui, T. II.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, February iSth
(Sd.) s SF.LDICN II. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Attest: (Sd.)' Kiimitsd H. Hakt,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Feb. 20, 27, March 6, 13.
The Lahaina National Bank
Chas. M. Cooke, President Win. Helming, Yice-Presideiit
W. L. Decoto, 2nd Vice-President R. A. Wadsworth, Director
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier V. C. Schoclibcrg, Asst. Cashier
A. Aalberg, Auditor
THIRD XININLmL STATEMENT
at close of business, December 31, I90S.
RKSOURCKS I LIABILITIES
Ioiius and Discounts f'39,S(j.2o Capital Stfick : $25,000. 00
Cash and Due from Banks 4, 212.65 Surplus and Undivided Profits.. 756,95
Bonds 1 2,000. 00 Circulation 6,250.00
I lilted States Bonds 6,250.00 Dividends L npaid 750.00
Premium on U. S. Bonds 200.00 DejMisitois 61,327.40
furniture and fixtures 1,240.00
51 Redemption Fund 312.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
COI'NTY Ol' MAI I ,
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnhswear that the
aliove statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. 1). LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of January, 1909.
JAS. N. K. KKOLA, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
DR. J. J. CAREY
Ollice over First National Hank
Wiiiluku, Maui, T. II.
Maui Soda and Ice Works.
Mr. W. G. Scott and family, of
U. Jones to Mary Feuerpeil, cf record in
liber 248, pages 3S2-3S3.
March 6, 13, 20.
HUOLAHA A KA MBA PAA MORA-
Kl NO KE PAMKU AME KUAI
Honolulu, March 2. Tlie Board
of Supervisors are determined to
exercise the appointing povyer, not
withstanding the Supreme Court
decided yesterdajj in so many
words, that they did not have any,
Upon the decision of the Supreme
J. C. FITZGBRALD
M. B. C. V. 8. L.
Residence: Burlem House
HOUSE PAINTING AND PAPERING
LODGK MAUI, No. OH4, A. F. & A. M.
have returned from a very pleasant visit
to their rubber plantation In Nahiku.
Mr. Scott is as enthusiattic as ever over
rubber and is proving his faith by putt'
ing out new lands in rubber.
One of the best family buggy horses Ke hooluhaia aku nei, oiai malalo o ka
on Maui is for sale together with a first 'aa kuai "" 0 k,:kal,i Moraki 5
.. ....... 1 :.. 1 haiana i Auirate 10. iqos. e Mary ame
c8rjs rect;;r.d m0ming u,t t,e
gentle and can be driven by any lady or kopeia ma Buke 275, ma 11a aoao 220-222, Mayor had the power, Ulld-rr the
a child with perfect safety. Enquire at o ka 011a i keia manawa a o ka mea hoi municlpal act. to appoint heads of
this Office. nanaepaaneum ma. u,k c ,M.u . departlientB Jolm II. Wilson
Mr. Dow of the extensively advertised mor!iUiia no ka uku oleia o ke kumupaa whom the Mayor appointed head
'Mayflower mine (?) was a passenger to ame ka ukllpl4llee 0 ka nota i hoopaaia e of the road department, made de-
Honolulu this week. " is reported inai (m Iuorakj ,,a niand on T. P. Cummins, the aj
tne Dows nave decided to go to uie coast Ua haawiia ka moraki inaluna a'e no .)0i,ltee of the road committee, for Sa uh uv . .-I t ..f imH. .noi.t 7 .HO
iffr 11 vcrv rtrnfitnlil fisliltiir eviM'llltlOll I i i . . ..i. I I . .
..I . ' '". , ., . uooPHil ,K" UKU "uaoKeKau, , , ,1(,niU.tm.,nt ...oi.eitv. I - M
inllawan. I lie nature oiineir cau.u noU, no eono haneri dala ma ja !a hooka. . ' ' Visi'iu
was not mentioned. - hi no, e uUuia iloUo 0 Uookahi n.akahiki UluimnH reiuseu to give up po
Tudo-e and Mrs. Kinirsburv came up on mai ua la Ma, i hauaia e ua Mary ame session or to yield anything to ll
the Claudine Saturday and will make William . Feuerpeil Ma la C. D. Lufkin. son, saying he had been instructed
their home in one of the new residences Ma Sepatemaba 13, 1905,110 kekahi ku- uv tle im.mbei a of the road com
recently erected by Mr. R. II. Bailey. I niu waiwai, o ua nota Ma, ame ka moraki I mjee to
judge Kingsuury aim .rs ugsoury ---- - holdiuj, poesession of the road do-
are very pleasant people and will doubt- Lufkin i oleloia la J. Garcia, Trustee, ka "u,u " '
less make manv warm personal friends mea nana e paa nei a 011a hoi i keia ma- nartmeni anu us piopi.uj.
Not ovory cigar is :i jjood 'lijjar; evory smoker knows
that from experience.
That's why we carry only the Staple Hrands of
cigars. Send for them. Wo pay special attention
to all mail orders.
Robert Burns, Little Bobbies,
Van Dyck, General Arthur,
and Owl Cigars
Ma.4inie H ill, K iluilni.
he held at
m I be lii'il
hi el brer an' c eiiia'h in
v ited to ai I end.
C. 10. COPEI.AN1) li. W. M.
I?p:NI A.VIIN Wil. I A Ms.
AlOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Judge Seidell B. Kingsbury has had
his law library shipped up from Honolulu
and placed in the Court library of the
Second Circuit Court. The library will
be found to be of great service to the
practicing attorneys of Wailuku. It is
said that there are over twelve hundred
volumes in the library.
.I'M 1-1 I ...1. .1
nawa. vv uson asiieu nun wneiner inese
KE HOOLAIIA LIKE IA AKU NEI orders were given before the deei-
NO HOI. uiauope o ka paua ana o ekolu gjon of'the gupreme Court was ren-
lua .-i,ni ikUai M.mti,, dered ot afterwards. He replied
D ...... Inr .i..itiiir3 uri 1 1 1m tiflil nt 'the
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ka hora umikuuiamalua awakea Mia.1 ll was uuerwarus, anu gave Knights of Pythias Hall. Wailuku, on tlie
o ia la, o kahi i morakiia, uo ua kumu i I the name of bupervisor Ahia as one
hoikeia malutia a e, e kuaiia ana mu ke 0f those who had given him these
kudala akea inuinua o kalu kouio I ka I nstructions.
Hale Hookolokolo ma Wailuku, Kalaua Wilson suggested to him that lie
o Maui, Teritori o Hawaii. had better consider such action
Ke ano o ke kuai ana, ma ka dala kui- niettv carefully, as it might be con-
leadership of Archie Bal. Owing to the ke, ame na ka mea kuai mai e uku na I tempt of court, and said that he
miuiuiurc wee ui me uoja ii.tjr k luo 0 na paiapaia. . Woulu make anotner ueinanu tins
iK-en called Comoany Z but their work is I ;0 na Illea j koe e niuau ia J. Garcia, mornim?
a credit to them and it will be well for a i ole ia D. H. Case, Wailuku. Aecordiniz to w hat the 8lll)ervis-
The little lxys of Wailuku tiave form
ed two squads and are drilling under the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
AU visiting meniliers are cordially in
vited to attend.
WM. Al'LT, C. C.
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OF R. & S.
the old compuny to look to their laurels
or the kids will out do them.
Mr. C. D. Lufkin of Wailuku, Maui,
sells the Inner Tlayer Piano, now so ex
tenslvely advertised in the magazines,
If you want a piano of any style or price
it will be to your interest to consult bun.
J. GARCIA, Trustee, 0rs say, their plan is to keep their
aiea t uooinoia ai o ka Moraki. i appointees in possession ol the road
Hauaia ma Wailuku, Maui, Maraki 6, department , and to rush through
99- the Legislature an amendment to
Ke ano o ka waiwai e kuaiia ana: the municipal act legalizing their
"O keia wahi apau e waiho Ma ma Aki action. Already there has been
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Nui, Lahaina, Mokupuui o Maui, Teri- much talk Ol an enabling act to
DR. F. A. ST. SURI5
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGIiON.
10 A. M. to 12 M.
1 P. M. to 3 P.M.
7 P.M. to 8 P.M.
.... ... . . ... . . ..n.:.. A it : i..t..i...i,n: , T.ni.,.i., I -x bla tb..t.i tn ihiv tludr almoin-I
Wlien in me tasi last opring mr. iyiiiKiu i ion u .Y.a... .o ..uo.aa.a ... v.. ... i . . .avipii i nTAii .,t i I' r T li I," t
... .... l-.-i. v..i n.,1 c . H..1., ,u. in l..uu tvlmm I b t. So i .ruin p ( im-l km li tU - I I v AG 1 l U a till I. U I I.i 1 lli I
renewed imsineps relations wuu anu kmh.iiii ntm nu, niurauns.u ,....-.-, ........ v... .
rcnowpil Imsiner.s relations Willi Diano
..iMMiieiiirers wiih whom he had done Kaailau. noun ka Hi o loo Eka; a o they had no right to appoint and
business before coming to these islands, kahi no hoi' i hooliloia tna Aperila 6, who had no legal claim lor salaries,
li -.ill lo vonr interest to rim uo Mr. loov e L. B. Jones ia Mary Feuerpeil. a It is also planned to have the en-
Lufkin if you contemplate purchasing a i kopeia ma Huke 24S, ma ua aoao 3S2- abling act include salaries for these,
Piano. The Inner Player can be seen in 33-" alter Hie ueciston uy me supreme
Wailuku by ct .Hub ou'Mr. Lufkin. Mar. 6, 13, 20. Court, as well as before it
We have Kodaks und jh'ownie Camera
of all sizes ai.d prices, and everything that
goes with them. Write us for particular.
We do Developing and Printing by mail.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Everything Photographic FORT ST., HONOLULU
IMar.s and Kstim ttes Furnished.
Small Jobs and Repair Work by
)ay or Contract.
Waii.lKu, Maii, T. II.
One Needs a Tonic
in this climate; and the best tonic for one
to take, and the plcnsuntest, is a glass of
PKIMO 15 K K Pi with lunch or dinner.
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