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"HE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, APRIL 3. 1909
The County Supervisors will meet next
Don't miss the show nt the Oein
Theatre this evening nf 7.30.
Miss C. Johnson of Tain returned to
her home in Honolulu this week.
S. I)ecker hus tendered his resignation
ns manager of the Star llascball teiim.
( Lovers of good music should be nt the
Alexander House 011 the eveningof April
Miss Lucy Lloyd returned to town
after n short visit among Irientls in Wai
luku. Dr. St. Sure has removed his ofhce to
the building formerly occupied by Dr.
Every one is talking baseball just now
and some good games arc assured for
Don't forget the Concert nnd Fair at
the Alexander House 011 Saturday even
ing April 7th.
For an evening of entertainment and
enjoyment attend the performance at
The Gem Theatre.
C. II. Davis and C. Thomas were
passengers from liana for Honolulu on
the Claudine this week.
The Laniuma Quintet Club furnishes
music during the performance at The
Gem Theatre this evening.
F. Hons, the manager of the Merchan
dise Department of the Kahului Railroad
Company, is again driving his runabout.
l'rimo Beer is brewed to suit the climate
that makes it the safest beer to drink. Its
purity and quality make it the best
Superintendent J. N. S. Williams of
the Kahului Railroad Company is ill at
Jiis home. He is nnder the care of Dr.
Deputy Attorney General V. L. Whit
ney returned to Honolulu on the Mauna
Loa. He has been attending the term
of court here.
Be sure and remember Saturday even
ing April 17th. At the Alexander House.
Things good to hear, good to taste, good
to see and good to buy.
Mrs. V. A. Vetlesen and child left for
a visit to her parents in Australia on
Wednesday of this week. She expects
to be gone for several months.
The School exhibit will be opened at
the Wailuku Uaion School on Tuesday,
April 6th at 10 A. M. All persons in
terested are cordially ) vited.
Alpine Milk (unsweetened) is the most
satisfactory for kitchen and table use.
Richest iu butter fat and flavor, it makes
everything taste -better. Ask for Alpine
E. H. Wodehouse returned this week
to Honolulu after acting as one of the
s arbitrators in the water controversy be
tween the government and the H. C. &
Albert K.', Nahaolelua and family left
for Honolulu Wednesday. Mr. Nahaole
luu has been a pressman in the employ
' of the Maui Publishing Company for
almost a year
, Road overseer. Sonimerfeld is grading
and. will macadam the . upper part of
y Vineyard street. The improvement is a
much needed one and should have been
done years ago.
All criminal, cases were disposed of by
the Circuit Court on Thursday and the
jury excused fvom attendance until Mon
day at 10 o'clock A. M. at which time
civil cases will be considered.
Attorney W. A. Kinney returned to
Honolulu Wednesday. Mr. R. A. Kearus,
the stenographer accompanied him.
They took an auto from Wailuku to La
haina and took the steamer from there.
E. F. Parsons and wife were passengers
to Honolulu by the Claudine Wednesday
Mr. Parsons is the traveling representa
tive of .Sherman & Williams the paint
people whose goods are so extensively
Mr. W. F. J. Dale has retired from the
employment of the II. C. & S. Co. and
he and Mrs. Dale hjve gone to the main
, land where they will make their future
home. Mrs. Dale was prominent in
church work while here. '
S Decker returned to Wailuku by the
-Claudine Saturday and brought back a
large passenger automobile. An acci
dent to the machine the day it arrived
while it was being driven up toMakawao
will prevent its use for some time.
At a meeting of the Elks' lodge of Ho
nolulu held last Friday night the follow
ing officers were elected: E. A. Douthitt,
Exalted Ruler; James D. Dougherty, Es
teemed Leading Koigltt; Geo. T. Klue
gel, Esteemed Loyal Knight; Judge W
J. Robinson, Esteemed Lecturing Knight
II. C. Easton, Secretary; M. H. Drum-
moud, Treasurer) George J. O'Neil, Tiler
W. II. Mclnerny, Trustee for three years;
II. E. Murray, Delegate to the Los An
geles convention, and W. II. Mcluerny
alternate delegate. The installation of
officers took place last evening.
An entirely new change of program at
the Gem Theatre this eveninir.
O.- y. Bradford of the V. S. F.xpcri
mcnt station m . Honolulu lias been at
Keauae for some weeks assisting the
farmers there 111 the cultivation of
rubber. Mr. Bradford is a firm believer
in the future of rubber and believes iu
close planting and that the Scara is the
best variety to plant. He has invented a
knife that has proven entirely sitisfac-
tory iu every way for tapping the trees.
Mr. C. D. Lufkiu of Wailuku. Maui.
sells the Inner Player Piano, now so ex
tensively advertised in the luairiwitu-s
If yoti want a piano of anv style or price
it win lie to your interest to consult him.
When in the East last Sprinu Mr. Lufkin
renewed business relations with piano
manufacturers with whom he had done
business before coming to these islands.
It will be to your interest to ring up Mr.
Lufkiu if you contemplate purchasing a
piano. The Inner Player can be seen in
Wailuku by ct lling on Mr. Lufkiu.
Concert and t-nir.
The girls of the Church of The
Good (shepherd will give iv' concert
nt the Alexander House on Saturday
evening April litlt at :oO after
which there will Ik1 a fair where
there will lie all kinds of refresh
ments served. Some very pretty
and useful fancy article for sale, as
well us delicious home-made candy.
The Chief attraction will undoubt
edly be the grah Ihx, grabs for loys
and grabs for girls, grabs for young
and grabs for old, grabs little and
grabs big. All sorts, all sizes, all
prizes and no blanks.
The- concert will not be too long,
but promises to be good. Dont for
get the date. Saturday evening, April
Wailuku, Maui, T. II. Feb. nth, 1909.
Resolution No. 73
Presented by W. P. Haia, Supervisor.
Be it Resolved by the Board of Super
visors of the County of Maui, .Territory
of Hawaii, that we all bills, claims or de
mands against the County of Maui re
quiring the approval of the Board of
Supervisors of said County shall be filed
mouthly with the County Clerk of said
County, not later than the 3rd day prior
to the monthly meeting of the Board of
Supervisors. Action by the Board on all
such bills, claims or demands not so filed
as aforesaid will be deferred until the
Provided However, that claims for labor
and supplies from the District of Hana
and Molokai may be filled up to and in
cluding the first day of every stated ses
sion of the Board.
Seconded by THEO. T. MEYER, '
Wm. F. KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors for
the Couuty'of Maui.
Notice is hereby given that at the Re
gular Session of the Board of Supervisor
held in their room at Wailuku, County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, on the 1 ith
day of March A. D. 1909, a pound was
established at Waiohuli, Kula, in. the
District of Makawao Maui, mauka of the
government road below the old Henry-
Roberts house and that David Morton
was on the above mentioned date duly
appointed Pound master for the above
W. F. POGL'E,
Chairman, Board of Supervisors.
W. F. KAAE, .
County Clerk County of Maui.
Ma keia ke hoolahaia aku uei, ma ka
Halawai man o ka Papa Lunakiai i niala
uiaia ma kolakou keeua oihaua ma Wai
luku, Kalana o Maui, Teritorl o Hawaii,
ma ka la 1 ith o Maraki M. H. 1909 ua
hookaawaleia ae he paaupuui ma Waio
huli, Kula, Apana o Makawao. Maui,
mauka o ke alauui Aupuni a ir.akai hoi o
ka hale kahiko o Henry Roberts a uia ia
halawai no hoi 11 a hookohu ponoiu aku o
David Morton i luua no ua,Paaupuui la i
W. F. POGUE,
Luuahoouialu o ka Papaluuakiai, Kalana
W. F. KAAE.
Kakauolelo, Kalana o MuuL
Dr. J. H. Farrell wishes to announce a
change of residence. ' After April 4th he
will make Kahului his permanent resi
dence and will have the following office
Kahului, 7:30109:30 A. M.;4:3o to6:oo
Wailuku, 2 to 4 P. M.
I April 10.
Governor Will Select Ttlauj
Member of School Board.
Honolulu, March 2!). CSovcrnor
Frear will send part of his itivpoinl
ments to the Senate for con fin nation
within the next few days. The re
mainder, especially those of the
members of the Hoard of Public. Ins
truction from the other islands, will
not go for some little time yet. In
speaking of the matter of appoint
ments this morning Governor Frear
"I shall send the appointments
to be made, and there are quite a
number to the Senate as soon as
possible. ' Of course so- far ns the
appointment of the memU rs of the
Hoard of Education from the other
islands is concerned the act is in
valid, but it is the same, situation
that has occurred before, as for in
stance where the Governor is requir
ed by act' to appoint the members of
the lioard of Dental Examiners re
commended by the Dental Associ'
atlon. While the Organic Act does
not require anything of this kind, I
have asked the Dental Association
to signify the man whom they de
sired the appointment to be given
"In the case of tiie Hoard of Edu
cation-the act provides for the pay
ment of the expenses of the niem
Imts of the lioard when they eoine
to meetings held in this city, which
relieves one feature which would
otherwise be troublesome. In the
act, however, there is nothing to
state whose places in the present
Ixmrd are to be declared vacant for
the new memlM-rs from the other
islands to fill or when this shall lx
done. That is of course a matter
Student Writes of the Na
. tional Game.
A baseball game was played Inst
Saturday at the KilohanaPark
March 27, between the East Maui
and the Mid Pacific teams. This
was the second game that was
played between the two learns dur
ing this term and the Eust Maui's
caught their opponent " napping
and will try to win the seasons
After n hard fight the Maluia
team was defeated by the Mauis'
by a score of 11 to. 4.
William Isaac the captain and
short stop of the Makuas was
puzzled by the tnckv ground nails
that the Mams nave, and once
when captain William Koholokai
the short stop of the Mauis made a
bluff on him he was put out at
the second base.
Willie Enoka., the twiilur of the
Mauis puzzled the opponents very
much. He is so small that he in
about the size of the famous twirlcr
Nailau of the opponents. The next
game will bo between the D. Malo
Kids nnd the Makuas.
Struck out by Willie Enoka live
and Nailau eeven.
Time: one hour and twenty
Umpire, Levi Ko'lauli and Chas.
Scorer, Henry Koholokula,
Three base hit: Joe Morris. Two
base hit: Wm, Koholokai.
All persons having claims against the
liismark Stables Company Ltd., up to
February nth 1909, (ire hereby requested
to present said claims to the undersigned
or to I). II. Case at Wailuku, Maui, with
in. Twenty days from this djite.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui. March I5U1
W. T. ROBINSON.
Greatest Gathering of Pure
Bloods Ever Known.
Seattle. Washington, Much 2.''..
Down .to date tin1 pruii-ip.-il
middle west and east entries for
tin big livestock p'now which is-to
be a leading feature of the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
Exposition this sum
mer have come from the states of
Nebraska, Illinois, Iowa, Minneso
ta, Indiana. Wisconsin and Ohio.
In the far west, Idaho. Oregon
and California hn e come strongly
to the front and will how from all
of the leading herds.
As originally planned the show
was to have been little more than
a western event- but unprecedented
demand from all over the country
has compelled an enlargement of
plana until it now promises -t 1 be
the largest and most representative
live stock show ever held in
Among the late Nebraska en
tries are Mousel Hrothers, of Can
bridge, showing Herefords; Straub
Brothers of Avoca, showing (lallo-
ways. isconsin s last entries
were F. W. Harding, of Waukosha,
showing beef breeds, and, in the
horse division, MaLav Hrothers.
who have been on the western cir
cuit during the season.'
Among Iowa's entries are Otto
V. Battles, of Maqllokela, showing
Aberdeen Angus and A. ('. Hinnie,
of Alto, with the same breed W.
A. Van Attn of Fowler, will show
(J. E. Clark, of St. Cloud,
Minn , yill show in the beef breed
and also Oalloways especially.
The horse department will carry
one of the largest and best displays
of draught horses ever shown. J-vy
Crouch and Sons of Lafayette, In
diana, and , Alex Calbraith. f
DeKalb, Illinois, are among late
The Percheron Registry Associa"-
tion of CoiumbiiSv Ohio has offered
17 gold and 17 silver medals and
responses in the way of entries
have beeii I many. Robert Burgess
nnd Sons, Winona, Illinois, Tru
man's Pioneer stud farm :.f Hush
nell, Finch Hrothers of Juliet and
the MeLaughlius of Columbus,
having been among late entries.
The stock show will cover an
area 1,000 by 1,000 feet, the
original plans having comprehend
ed an area 00 by :H)0.
Warm Welcome i
(inlveriton, Texas, March lo. -A
secret meeting was held among a
IHltnhcr of residents'. f this city iast
night. The matter whether or not
to allow Jack Johnson to hi iiiL' his
white wife to (Salvesto'.i when he
visits his parents was thoroughly
discussed ui).l a resolution adopted!
that if ho hriii?s a white woman to
Texas he must isulTer the consequcn-1
ces. Johnson himself was notified
this morning; of the ineetiuK ami the !
following telctrra 111 was sent to Chi
cago. "The tar jKit is hoiling ami the
feathers are ready. Taken kindly
warning and' come to (lalveston
This city will never tolerate the
sight of a white woman walking on
the street with a colored mail, whet
her it is Jack Johnson or Hooker
Washington, for 'eouns uU look
alike' to ns down here."
The jmliee department will take
charge and stop Johnson on the out
skirts of the city should he attempt
to hring his wife to town. This step
is deemed necessary to prevent a
SANTOS: March 18, 1909 To Rev. and
Mrs. M. G. Santos, a daughter.
Fine Job Printing at tho
naul Publishing Co.
iTHE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Cli.n. M. Coolte, President
I1. 11. C ise, jinl Vioe-l'KMil'-nt
'. 1 I.u.'i-.iii, ( 'ashii r
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
al the clew of busitnss. March 31. 1000
RF.SOfRCF.S 1 LIAMLITIF.S
Loans and Di-hmuiiK $115,273.04 Capital Sloc k $ 35,0110.00
Honds j,K,i 7.50 1 Surplus ami fruits 2h.41S.73
United States ltonds 10,500.00; Diiu toother Hanks 17,2X3.00
Premium 011 IT. S. Itonds 300.00 'Circulation ' 15,8117.50
Cash and Due from Hanks... . ,53. '123.73 P.vidends 1' ipaid 2S.00
H inking House, Furniture, etc n.sgi-.V' 1 r; miitor1. 165,601. K2
5 Redemption Fund H25.0"
$j'x,23 1. 07
F.. &. ). F..
C. I). U'FKIN, Caslm-r.
TKRRITORY OF HAWAII, (
COINTV OK MAIM, I
I, C. I). Lufkin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the Viest of my knowledge and tielief .
C. I). U'FKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworntn before me this 1st day of April A. I)., 1009.
J. GARCIA, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
Chas. M. Cooke, President
W. I.. Pceoto, 2nd Vice-President
C. I). Lufkin, Cashier
THIRD PlININUAL STATEMENT
at close of ousiness, December 31, 1908.
Loans and Discounts 39,69.20
Cash and Due from Hanks 34,212.65
Iionds .' 1 2,000.00
I'nited States' Ronds..v ..... , 250.00
Premium on l. S. Honds.. 200.00
Furniture and Fixtures 1, 240.1 hi
5,i Redemption Fund 312.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
COtt.NTV Ol' MAl'I,
. I, C. D. Lufkin. Cashier of the above
above statement is true to the best of my
Subscribed and sworn to before me
JAS. N. K.
Ex S. S. Lurline
Fancy Corset Covers,
Caps, Robes, and
We h.jve Kodaks and lirowtiic Cameras
of all ii.es and prices, and everytiii" that
goes with them. Write us for particulate.
We do Developing ami l'l iiitiiig hy mail.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Everything Photographic FORT ST., HONOLULU
One Needs a Tonic
in this climate; and
to take, and the
W. T. Rol iion, tst Vice-President
K. A. W.nl-norlh, Director
A. .Vilberg, Auditor
f?fti 1,2.11 .07
Wm. Ilcnniug, Vice-President
A. N. Ilaysei.len, Director
V. C. Sehoenbirg, Asst. Cashier
LI A HI LIT IKS
Capital Stock f 25,000.0
Surplus and I'ndivided Profits.. 756.95
Dividends I'npaid 750. co
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
knowledge and belief.
C. 1). LUFKIN, Cashier.
this 4th dav of Jannarv, 1909.
KKOLA, Notary Public See. Jud. Circuit.
the hest tonic for one
ph-asantest, is a glasn of
lunch or dinner.