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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1909
The Best Milk' to Use in the
Kitchen or on the Table
Makes Everything Taste Better.
ASK YOUR, GROCER
Aged Capitalist Seeks Relief
ust fsnou&h 1
Many pooplii need nourishment ami Stout in recoiii-lni-nriorf
$ very iroinim-nt pliyskuniiH. For this parti
nilar tnuk- we liavo imported it in lmlf-pintp, -jtif-t
fnoiiL'li ami no more. No' waste. We liave also just
of Lexington Club 3
bottles. Jliere is none
Honolulu, April 17 .1. Clianslor,
a well-known resident of I.os An
L'eles. who arrived here on the Lur-
line about three weeks ago and has
been a kwh of the Moana Hotel,
committed suieide from the Moana
pier at an early hour this 'morning.
Mr. Clianslor was seventy years of
age and has been ill for the past two
years, suiTering from headaches con
tinually for the past twelve months.
He mentioned this latter fact only
yesterday. It is believed that la
saw no relief ahead and simply end
ed his life in the quickest manner
The'party in which Mr. Clianslor
was included his son, Mr. .! A.
Clianslor. the hitter's wife, a maid
and chaufl'eur. They came to this
island for a visit and brought their
automobile with them from the
coast. A trip round the island had
been planned by the party for to-
lay. The. deceased was attended by
1 .1 1 J . A . .
a nurse wno was uie last person 10
see Mr. Clianslor, giving him medi
cine at o o'clock this morning and
then going back to sleep. Shortly
ifter this Mr. Clianslor rose and left
the hotel. When the nurse arose
again later and missed the patient a
search followed which resulted in the
finding of the body.
. A coroner's inquest will be held
over the remains, which will pro
bably be embalmed and sent to the
coast for burial.
ine & Liquor Co. 1
Wo have in exhibition in our show room a choice
selection of nickel plated BATHROOM ACCESSORIES, such as
Soap Dishes for the Bathtub,
Prciujh Plato Glass Mirrors.
Soap Dishes for the Wall.
Sponge Cups, '
Soap'mid Sponiro Holders,
Towel Bars in various sizes,
Tovvol Racks, 2-3 and 4 fold, .
. . Comb nnd Brush Trays,
Tooth and Brush Holders,
Robe Hooks, etc., etc.
To realize their beauty and . usefulness they
must bo seen and used. Taken ns a whole these
fittings are the most artistic, practical, easily cleaned
and Ihoroforo tho MOST SANITARY.
Our prices bring thorn within tho roach of all.
Wo invito your kind inspection!
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.'S
Masonic Temple, : . : KAHULUI.
:-iB---s--g-ira I II I II III I III mm Will
Were Greatly Enjoyed by a
The moving picture exhibitions
of llobert K. Honine at the Knights
of Pythias Ball on Monday and
Wednesday evenings and the ma
tinee on Tuesday, afternoon for the
children was a rare treat to the
people of Maui, who have never
had an opportunity to see the ex
hibitions of this acknowledged ex
port in the moving picture line.
The entertainments were well
patronized and tho hall tilled near
ly to its fullest seating capacity.
The pictures were of excellent
quality and the one of the lava Ibw
of Kilauea in the day time was
said bv those who saw the volcano
in active operation to be as near
the actual scene as possible.
The machine was lighted by
means of an electric current fur
nished by courtesy of the manager
of the Wailuku Sugar Coinpanv
from tho- mill.
There was much of educational
value in the exhibitions and the
patronage of each performance at
tested the high estimation of the
penple of the performance.
The Kahului Railroad Company
ran trains for the occasion' which
were taken advantage of by a great
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooke, President
1). II, Cnsu, 2nd Vicc-l'resiik'tit
C. H, I.ufkin, Cashier
W. T. Robinson, ist Vice-President'
R. A. Wadswortli, Director
A. Anlberg, Auditor
Market b-iiu. Waii.uku
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full line of popular brands o
LODGE MAUI, No.84,A.P.(VA.M,
Celebrated Primo & Sen tlie
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Stated uieeiinu's will ho held at
Masonic Hall, Kaluilui, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially lit
vltod to attend.
C. K. COPELANI) Ti. W. M.
t. f. " Secretary
and Tax Charge.
Honolulu, April 1!). The Sup
reme Court banded down a decision
this moi-niii" aflirniing tho decree
of tho. lower court in the case of C.
Apau ir Co. against Kwong Sing &
Co. The syllabus says:
"Forfeiture; le.-soo's nonpayment
of taxes. The. forfeiture of a lease
unon the failure for about two
weeks to perform a lessee's cove
nant to nav taxes mav be relieved
This waS a bill for rkeliet against
forfeiture, of a lease for breach of
the lessee's covenant for payment
of taxes. The second instalment
of taxes for the year 1008 having
become delinquent November 15,
the defendant on December 2 en
tered upon the leased premises and
declared the lease void for that
cause and December 22 brought an
action agaiimt tho plaintiffs to
quiet title in the premises'. The
object of the bill was to obtain an
injunction to restrain the defend
ant from proceeding with the ac
The bill alleged that tho failure
and neglect to pay the taxes oc
curred ''inadvertently and by mis
take;" that December 3, 1908, ono
of the co-plaintiffs, Lau long,
tendered the taxes to the collector
which were refused because the de
fendant had already paid them
and that then on the same day he
tendered them to the defendant
who refused them.
The plaintiffs' evidence does not
show that their failure to pay No
vember 15 was owing to mistake
or forgetfulness, but that they in
tended to pay and told tho collec
tor to call again. Thecollector testi
fied that they told him they would
i ' t l MM...
pay in m in u lew miyr-. y m
cital in the answer of talks between
defendant and the plaintiffs is not
a nleadintr of facts but rather of
evidence in support of the alle'ga
tion that the nonpayment was wil
ful, Hut as correctly determined
in the ruling upon the demurror
the plaintiffs' cause-did not require
explanation of tho delay and there
fore the allegation in' tho answer
that it was wilful was not respon
fiivo to tho issue, whether matter
of defense or not.
Whether the equity rule upon
the force of resiioiiMVe averments
in a (rn answer N applicable to
honrinirs on oral testimony rather
than on depositions and to a
tatute requiring all bills to be
vertilied by oath mav admit of
doubt; it certainly does notrcquiiv
the judge to accept recitals of con
versations as literally true when
not denied by two witness corro
borated bv circumstances.
STATEmENT OF CONDITION
nt the close of business, March 31, 1909
RRSOURCRS - I MAMMTM5S
Loans and Discounts $135,273.04 Capital Slock $ 35,000,00
Ron'ils 44.S17.50 j Surplus mid Profits 2G.418.75
United Slates llonds 16,500.00 Due to other IVitiks 17.2S5.oq
Premium on U. S. llonds 300.00 Circulation 15,897.50
Cash and Due from llanks 55,923:73 , Dividends Unpaid 2.H.00
Ilatikiuir House, I'urniture.cle 0.M11. so Depositors 16s. 601.82
5 Redemption l'tinil S25.00
R. &. O. K.
C. I). Lt'l'KIN,
TERKITOUV OP HAWAII. ,
COUNTV OF MAUI, I
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the "hove tinmed hank, do solemn!) swear that the
ibove statement is true to tho hest of my knowledge and heliuf.
C. D. LUHKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me thi ist dav of April A. D., 1909.
0 J. r.AKCIA, Notary Public .Sec. Jml. Circuit.
Chas. JI. Cooke, President Win. Helming, Vice-President
W. L. Deeoto. 2nd Vice-President A. N. Hayselden, Director
C. I). Lufkin, Cashier V. C. Schbeuberg, 'Asst. Caliier
A. Aulherg, Auditor
THIRD ANNUAl. STATEmENT
at close of ousiness, December 31, 190S.
Loans anil Discounts
Casli and Due from Hanks.
United States llonds
Premium on U. S. Honds
Furniture and Fixtures
5 Redemption Fund
Capital Stock 525,000.0
Surplus and Undivided Profits.. 756,95
Depositor , 1
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
COUNTV OI' MAIM,
il, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above named bant-, do solemnly swear that the
above; statement is true to the best of iiy knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this ,pli dav of January, 1909
J S. X. K. KL )LA. Notary Public Sec. .
IN-THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT. TERRITORY OF
HAWAII. IN EQUITY.
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar .Com
pany, aForeigu Corporation, Complain
ant, vs. J A. Harris, Respondent.
COMMISSIO.Nlilt'S NeTiCH 01' S.u.ii.
Public notice is hereby given th.it, in
pursuance of tho itecree made and en
tered by the Honorable Sehlcu H. Kings
bury, Judge of the above entitled Court
in the above entitled cause, on the 9U1
day of April. A. D. 1909, I, Edmund H.
Hart, the undersigned Commissioner,
appointed for the purposes therein named
will expose 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 Kidiului, County of Maui, Terri
tory of Hawaii, at twelve o'clock noon
of said day, the following described
All of those certain goods, chattels,
effects, equipments, furniture situated in
the office, shop nnd the dwelling house
formerly occupied by the said J. A. Har
ris, at Kahului aforesaid, particul;ly
described as A lot of office furniture now
situated in the office formerly occupied
by said J. A. Harris, at Kahului, also a
miscellaneous lot of leather nnd harness
maker's stock and 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 utenlils located and
being in the dwelling house or cottage
formerly occupied by J. A. Harris, at
Kahului aforesaid; also that certain one
s.tory frame building situated, on the land
of the Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
on Puunene 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 front various and sundry people
unon the island of Maui. Hut if any of
said property so described ns aforesaid
shall liave been removed from any of.Jhe
locations nlxive referred to by the said
J, A, Harris or any other person to niiy
other place or location, then nny such
property so removed ns aforesaid will be
sold bv said Commissioner where-ever'
th same may be found.
For further particulars apply to James
L. Coke, nttorney for the said Hawaiian
Commercial S: Sugar Co, at his office at
Dated at Wailuku, this 9U1 day of
April, A. 1). 1909.
EDMUND H. HART,
We Sell These
You want tho best. Are you reatjy
for it this acason?
Wo nro prrpared ns npver l-elorc to meet your
wants in vehicles nnd linrnets. There's jioth
Inc superior to whntvc arc feliolne, in taste,
stylo niul service. Abmlete honesty in make
and material. Yon vill aereo w.hen wo tell you
IT'S THE FAMOUS
Norantterwhat youwsnt if H'o a harness or
sorcathlni; ll.rtt rims rn wheels, wa'vo
cot It or will Quirlily ztt it.
Coxs faced fiiuro with ns. Evcrjhoiy U&ovrn
Uuj rlnos. ,
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
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Fluent Csii' in tho rent Kurvice on
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