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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, APRIL lo, 1909
Sirs. J. II. Kuucwa returned from
Honolulu Tuesday evening.
L. A. Dickey was a passenger t Wai
luku this week from the city.
W. S. Winter of Honolulu came up on
thfc Maunaken Tut sday evening.
Don't miss the C mcert next Saturday,
at the Alexander House. Admission 25c.
Doctor J. II. Raymond is hack from the
city where he went to defend a suit
brought 1y Ah Hoy.
Doctor J. II. Farrcll has moved to Ka
hului where he will make his permanent
residence nnd where lie has his office.
Wailuku Union Church is lieintf lilted
up with an acetylene lighting plant this
week in preparation for the Easter
Come and try some of the delicious
Ice-cream next Saturday, at the Alexan
The Women's Aid Society of Union
Church will meet with Mrs. H. II. Pen
hallow on Tuesday, April 13th at 3 o'clock
in the afternoon.
John 'Ahreu of Kahului was thrown
from his horse Sunday and sustained
serious bruises and severe sprains but no
bones were broken.
lienito Guerrero, the manager of the
Manhattan Cafe & liakery Co., Ltd. has
returned from the city where he secured
the services of n baker and pastry man.
Within a week the Cafe will be in a posi
tion to fill all outside orders.
There will be a special Easter music
and flowers at the Wailuku Union Church
Sunday evening at 7:30. Rev. Mr. Dodge
will preach upon the Resurrection. The
public is cordially invited.
M. R. Tereira of the Maui Publishing
Company went to Honolulu to secure the
services of a first class press man for the
company. The great amount of work 011
hand has made this course necessary.
Miss Nora Towner is directing the
painting and repairing of the Alexander
House Settlement building. Graphite
has been used on the roof and the build
ing sanded. The improvement is great.
Rev. Lincoln B. Kumeheiwa, formerly
of liana, has begun work in the Kaahu
111 ami and Waikapu churches this week.
Preaching and song services have been
held al the Kaahumauu Church on Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday nights of
At the Union Church last Sunday even
ing eight new members were received
into the Church. Three came on reaffirm
ation of their faith and five by letter from
the Central Union Church of Honolulu
and the Makawao Union Church. The
Church was beautifully decorated with
Rev. Tanaka, the Japanese minister ol
the Christian church for Japanese in
forms us that the Wailuku Sugar Com
puny has contributed three hundred dol
lars toward building a church for the
VJapauese. The members of the church
have contributed three hundred and
seventy-five dollars and Mr. Wilcox of
K.-mai gave a large sum. The building
will soon be erected but more tunas arc-
Citizen George Washington Locking
ton of Hilo did his best to welcome the
English cruisers to the I?ig Island city.
He had no Itritish flags, but hoisted
couple of Hawaiian flags to the breeze, as
they were half Hrttish. Frank Metcalf
personally hoisted the F;nglish ensign
over the house of T. II. Davis S: Co.
while the. Hotel Demosthenics anil Fire
men's Hall flung out the ttars and
Mr. R. K. Ilonine, who has made his
name famous us the maker and exhibitor
of the best of moving picture slides has
made an appointment for three nights at
the Knights of Pythias in Wailuku for
April lQtu. 20th and sist. The exhibit
of each night will Ve different horn - the
other nights, and he will bring with him
some of his world famous slides.
As. Mr. Ilonine will leave soon for tht
Seattle exposition, Maui people are es.
pecially fortunale to secure him this time.
Watch the Maui News for second notice.
baseball players met on Monday even
iug last in Hilo, when all the teams paid
their ten-dollar fees for the seusou, three
senior and three junior . clubs. The
arrangement of a schedule was jxston
ed till Monday next. There were four
nominations for umpire llaird, Cool
Cressman and Dr. Colville the election
to take place next Monday. It is said
' that a plot is being formed to elect Cool
as the players want to get even for what
they claim, were certain initpiitious 'de
cisions last season. II. 11. Maa was
elected scorer and groundkeeper, and the
ground will be rolled and put in coiidi
tion as soon as the weather will permit
For the opening day the players are dis
cussing an idea to give their lady patro
nesses in the grandstand some ice cream
and cake. Hawaii Herald.
GF.RNKR: At Puuiicne, Maui, Apri
2nd, 1909, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Geruer
K. C Dortfclt of Kaanapali is in
luku this week as a juror.
George W. Carr of Nthe U. S. Mail
Route .Service is on Maui this week.
Clarence G. White the pine apple man
of Haiku went to Honolulu this week.
Don't forget the Concert and Fair at
the Alexander House next Saturday, at
30 p. 111.
It is said that some of the Hawaiian
sugar will soon Ik; 'hipped to Louisiana
and there refined.
There is talk of a floral parade in Hilo
011 the Fourth of July in addition to ex
ercises, races and sports.
A great many persons
school exhibit Tuesday.
was a revelation to many.
S. S. Kdwards of Honolulu was one of
the passengers here from Honolulu by
the Mauna Kea on Tuesday.
W. A. Yeats of Nahiku was in town
Wednesday. He went to Honolulu by
the Claudine the same day.
Mr. II. U. Wcller, otherwise known as
Oily Sam, was ill this week. He speedily
recovered under the care of a veterinary.
Chief of Detectives Joe Leal of Hono
lulu came up Tuesday evening and arrest
ed E. Harris and took him back to Hono
Although the Hilo railroad recently,
added twenty freight cars to its rolling
stock, it is already feeling the need for
Affonso's bill to protect purchasers of
real estate from fraudulent conveyances
has passed the Ilouscaud two readings
in the Senate
Captain Nelson of the bark Annie John
son was fined f6o, and $3-70 costs, for as
sault and battery on a member of his
crew when in Hilo last week.
Fred Waldron, and C. M. Forster of
the California Feed Company, passed
through Kahului Saturday on their way
by the Claudine to the rubber plantation
in Puna Hawaii. t-
The Hilo Teachers' Union adopted very
conservative resolutions urging the Legis
lature "to bend their esteemed energies
toward an adequate provision for the
greatly increasing needs of our schools."
An examination for dredging sub-in
spectors will be held at Honolulu oil
April 20. The salary is 3.6o per day and
applications should be made to the Com
mandant of the Naval Station at Hono
lulu. M. A. Moore and wife and two daught
ers of Iowa came up 011 the Mauna Kea
Tuesday evening and went to Haleakala
the following morning. Cashier C. I).
Lufkin went with them to the top of the
The White Star steam laundry build
ing oil School street Hilo has been finish
ed and is readv for the machinery that
will arrive by the Enterprise on Monday.
I lie location 01 the laundry is opposite
the residence of Mr. H. F. Schoeu.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crunibaahrleft on
tjie Claudine this week for Honolulu
where they will take a steamer for the
coast. Mr. Crumbaahr will engage in
the sugar industry in Louisiana where he
ind his wife formerly resided, Mr. and
Mrs. Crumbaahr have made many friends
on this island.
The committee oi the members of the
Foreign Church, that is arranging to se
cure a successor to Kev. Curtis E. Shields,
is in communication through Rev. W.
B. (Meson, with one person 111 California
who it is thought may lie suitable, Rev.
Doremtts Scudder is also making in
quires at Oberlin College.
It should be speaker Holstein and repre
sentative J0I111 K. Kamauaoulu have
igned a statement to the effect that
Senator John T. lirown stated to them in
the presence of Rev. Desha that lirown
did say that unless his brother-in-law
got the appointment as assistant clerk in
the senate that he, lirown, would liolt
the republican party.
Mr. C. D. Lufkin of Wailuku, Maui,
sells the Inner Player Piano, now so ex
tensively advertised in the magazines.
II you want a piano of any style or price
it will be to your interest to consult him.
Wheu in the East last Spring 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.
Lufkin if you contemplate purchasing a
piimo. The Inner Player can be seen in
Wailuku by ci Uing on Mr. J.ufkin.
Circuit Judge Lindsay has resigned his
ositioii.. He will g- into private law
practice with A. F. Judd as partner.
Lindsay stated some time ago that he
would resign 011 account of the smallness
of the salary; 12511 per mouth. It was
understood, however, that the last Con
gress might raise the salary. Lindsay
has very recently lxreu reappointed for
another term of four vears.
Dr. J. II. 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, 7:30 to 9:30 A. M
Wailuku, 2 to 4-P. M. ,' .
4:30 to 6:00
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII. IN EQUITY.
Hawaiian' Commercial & Sugar Com
pany, a Foreign Corporation, Complain
ant, vs. J. A. Harris, Respondent.
CoMMISSIONKR'.S NoTICK OP S.W.H.
Public notice is hereby given that, in
pursuance of the decree made and en
tered by the Honorable Seidell 11. Kings
bury, Judge of the alxive entitled C01 rl
111 the above entitled cause, on the oth
day o! April. A. I). 1909, I, Edmund II.
Hart, the undersigned Commissioner,
appointed for the purposes therein named
will exMse for sale to the highest bidder
at public aution, for cash, on Saturday
the Sth day of May, A. D. 1909, at the
front door of what is known as the Harris
Harness Shop, on Main Street, in the
Town of Kahului, County of Ma.ui, Terri
tory of Hawaii, at twelve o'clock 110011
of said day, the following described
All of those certain goods,, chattels.
effects, equipments,' furniture situated in
the oflice, shop anil the dwelling house
formerly occupied by the said J. A. Har
ris, at Kaliului aforesaid, particularly
described as a lot of office furniture now
situated in the oflice formerly occupied
by said J. A. Harris, at Kahului, also a
miscellaneous lot of leather and harness
maker's stock anil equipments, located in
the harness shop formerly occupied by
said J. A. Harris, at Kahului aforesaid;
also a lot of parlor, dining room, bed
room, bath room, and kitchen furniture,
equipments and utensils located and
being in the dwelling house or cottage
formerly occupied by J. A. Harris, at
Kahului aforesaid; also that certain one
story frame building situated on the laud
of the Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
on Puuiieiie Avenue in the town of Ka
hului aforesaid, at the rear of the Star
Mill, which said dwelling is owned and
formerly occupied by said J. A. Harris;
also a miscellaneous lot of outstanding
accounts and debts due the said J. A.
Harris from various and sundry pe.ople
Un the island of Maui. Hut if any of
said property so described as aforesaid
shall have been removed from any of the
locations alxjve referred to by the said
J. A. Harris or any other person to any
other place or location, , then any such
property so removed as aforesaid will be
sold by said Commissioner where-ever
th" same may be found.
For further particulars apply to James
L. Coke, attorney for the said Hawaiian
Commercial & Sugar Co. at his office at
Dated at Wailuku, this yth day of
April, A. D. 1909.
EDMUND II. HART
Wailuku, Maui, T. II. Feb. nth, 1909.
Resolution No. 73
Presented by W. P. Haiti, Supervisor.
He it Resolved by the Hoard of Siier-
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 cf said County shall 1) filed
monthly with the County Clerk of said
County, not later tlian tlie 3rd day prior
to the monthly meeting of the Board of
Supervisors. Action by the Hoard 011 nil
such bills, claims or demands not so filed
as aforesaid will be deferred until the
Provided However, that claims for lalior
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 Hoard.
Seconded bv THEO. T. -MEYER,
Wm. F. KAAE,
Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors for
the County of Maui.
Thetiem Theatre has iiosponed
its show night on Saturday April
lOt li to Monday April l'ith where
the latest and an entirely new line
of films will he shown. The Lani
unia Quintet .Club will furnish
music during the performance. It
is the policy of the mmingcr of this
Theatre to give to the public the
very best and latest films there is
on the nmrket and to give to the
public the best possible amusement.
House Gives Banzai
For Japanese Hero.
Honolulu, April o. deferring in
glowing terms to the record of tin
Japanese admiral now a visitor here,
and welcoming him and his squad
ron to this outpost of the Tinted
States, the House of Itemvscntati vos
of the legislature of Hawaii 1 1 1 i:
morning delivered itself of a resolu
tion SUcb US I IMS never been equalled
ill this Territory, for its unique
The House of Ih prt seiitativt
goes on record as complimenting
Eugene Blackburn Takes His
young man by the name of
Eugene H lack tut r 11 committed sui
cide in Kalmllll 011 Sunday ccn-
ing by shooting liin-siif ilnonjili
A coroners impiest Hii liclil anil
tin- jury found that death was due
to 11 gun shot wound which was
si If indicted.
Duriiii! tin- evening some ui;
lehsant wolds passed between
himself ami his wife hut before re
tiring all was agreeable. Shortly
after getting iiU lied he said to
his wife that lie would get Up. Me
went at onei where he had an
America 11 hull dog revolver and
lying down by the side of the hid
he placed the revolver to his tem
ple and lired a shot, through hie
hrain Death followed instantly.
Blackburn was of a morbid dis
position and had attempted his
life on two previous occasions.
It is reported that he was not
mjoying good health ami this
inn v nave had much to do with
his rash art.
lie leaves a wife and two mall
The funeral was held in Wailu
ku the following evening.
Men: hers, of Company I acted as
pall hearers as he was a member
of that compay.
f U'eigii naval celebrity who was at
the right hand of the famous Togo
when the Japanese crushed the IIus-
ians in the decisive sea light hi -
tween the rising Orient and semi-
barbarie Europe. It is probably the
lirst instance in the history of the
United States, by half a Legislature,
the Senate not U-ing asked to join,
inemoriali.eil a visiting friendly
foreigner in the unusual terms em
ployed in the resolution given in full
hereafter whether the Senate will
introduce and pass a like 'resolution
main to be seen.
Speaker Holstein, it is understood
is tne mspnvr ol the resolution
which was introduced by Ilepresen
tative .1. H. Coney and -reads as
Uesolved that We, the members of
the House of Kepreselitatsves of the
Legislature of Hawaii, voicing 'the
sentiments of the piipul, e-e ut large,
hereby extend to Admiral ljishi, to
lis oHicers and to his men, our
learty, "aloha" ael welcome to
these islands the outist of the l'i,j
ted States of America ,
Ill-Solved that We esteem it an
honor and a privilege to ent- rtain
the maii who sf 1 at the right hand
of the illustrious Togo in the (.,Vi ill -;
est naval battle of all tiui'v-, 111 com-'
mam! of the tlapddp of tin -virtu- '
nous II. i t ; .111-1 tll.lt W li el espe-
ially gratified in recalling tin- fact '
that the In in of said mi-mwr.ibl day
was hiuisi If a visitor 111 I l.uinlulu
Ilesolved that we regard the pivs-!
eiiceinthis mil of His lniHii,il
Japanese Majesty's training siinad-
iiti, composed as it "is, of two mag
nificent prizes, as lieanug eloipient
testimony to the pvers and eiitei
prise of a gnat and progressive
nation, and as an auspicious eve lit
which will tend to still further
einent the bonds of friendly rela
tions which have eyer linked this
country to the Kmpire of Japan.
Ilesolved that we coiilulently an
ticipate a continued brilliant career
for our distinguished visitor, Ad
miral ljishi and sincerely Iiom- that
health and happiness may ever at
tend him as well as Ins gallant
ollieers and men.
Ilesolved, that a suitable en
grossed and illuminated ropy of
these resolutions lie prepared and
presented to Admiral ljishi through
the medium of His Imperial .Majes
ty's Consul (ieiu ral for the Territory
of Hawaii. Nippon Hanzai.
The "Nipixui llanzai'' is a part
of the resolution. It is understood
that the resolution was not made
"joint" to include the Senate, for
the reason that the Senate is clou
in acting 011 House matters.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Chas. M. Cooke, President
l. II. Case, ind Vici- President
C D. Lufkin. Cashier
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
id the close of business, .March 31, 1909
Loans and I i-n- Mints $135,273.04
Hoilds 44. l 7.50
I niled States Bonds 16. S' 0.00
Premium on t'. S. Bonds 300.00
Cash and Due from Banks... 5S,9-W73
Hanking House. Furniture, etc b. 501. 30
5 Redemption Fund 2$. 00
. iS:. (i E.
C. D. Ll'FKIN,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII. (
COC XT V OF MAC
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of mv knowledge and belief.
C. D. Ll'FKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of April A. D., 1909.
J. OARCIA, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
Chas. M. Cooke, President
W. L. Decoto, 2nd Vice-President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
THIRD ANNUAL STATEMENT
at close of inisiness, December 31, 190S.
Ioaus and Discounts s-u,S(q.2
Cash and Due from Banks vi.-l ('S
United Stales Bonds 0,250.00
Premium on I. S. Bonds 200.00
Furniture and Fixtures 1,240.1m
5 Redemption Fund 312.10
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
L'ot'NTV Ol' MAI I ,
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
almve statement is true to the best of my knowledge anil belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn lo before me this 4th dav ol January, 1909.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
Ex S. S. Lurline
Fancy Corset Covers,
Caps, Robes, and
We have Kodaks and Ihownie C um 1 as
of all sizes ai.d prices, and everything that
goes with them. Write us for parliculais
W'c do lli-veloping and riintingby mail.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Kvory thin Photographic PORT ST., HONOLULU
The Beer that's Brewed
to Suit the Climate.
BANK OF WAILUKU
W. T. loliin-oi. i-.t Vice-President
R. A. Wadsvuirth, Director
A Aalbi-rg, Auditor
Capital Stork 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits j(,4iN.7$
Due to other B ulks 17,2X5.00
Dividends t' ipaid 2S.00
Depositors 165, 601. S2
Win Helming, Vice-President
A. N. Hayselden, Director
V. C. Schocnlicrg, Asst. Cashier
Surplus and Undivided Profits.. 756,95
Dividends Unpaid 750.00