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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1909
THE MAUI NEWS
ntereil at the Tost Office ;it Wniluku,
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
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Pictures of the Robert K. Honine was roeuntly at, tho loper
Settlement. settlement and took many pictures of Kalawao
and Kalaupapa and the cliffs back of the settlement.
He took many pictures of the place and its people in order to
show to the world the actual conditions existing there and remove
the wrong impressions crated ly tho many false statements that
have been published in regard to the settlement and its people
Mr. Bonine did not picture individuals in order to show til 1 the
horrors of the disease nor of the place, but pictured the people tit,
their games and attending the different, social functions and at
their work in order to give one an intelligent and true picture of
the life there.
Untold thousands of pictorial postal cards have been sent from
tho Islands to people on the mainland. Most of these pictures were
of grass houses or hula dancers in tho costome of ancient times,
and the false impressions created by the dissemination of these
false pictures have done the islands much injustice and a wrong to
our Hawaiian people.
Mr. Bonine took a class of pictures that, cannot ho objected to
and before he would use any of them submitted them to the Board
of Health for its approval.
The wireless service announces
Health of the pictures from which it is safe to say that, there can
be no objectionable pictures in them.
These pictures will be of great,
on the mainland and will remove
that have gained m ground there
A Good The Legislature of IUO',1 has completed its labors and there is
Record, much to the credit of the two bodies and hut few measures
were passed that are objectionable.
To the people of Maui the Kula pipe line conies first in importance and
to the members who worked honestly and fairly for the measure much
credit is duo.
It will be several years before the
this measure will be to the entire Kula district and consequently to Maui
When hundreds of new homes spring up where none now exist and the
soil is made to support families where
measure is will he apparent.
The enactment of the immigration provision is one of the very best
laws that has ever been on our statute Ixioksand means that the tide has
again turned for the better condition of the residents of the country other
than those engaged in the production of sugar. While this law was par
ticularly sought by the sugar growers and will be of great benefit to them
it will lx of proportionately greater benefit to other classes of people for
the reason that the classes of people who will be assisted to come here will
furnish a market for the local people and will spend their money here
instead sending it away as the Japanese have been Vn the habit of doing.
The appropriation of a large sum for the entertainment of the members
of Congress will be of great Ixiufit to the people. The cxicrinicnt was
tried some time ago and has proven of such value in the 'immense appro
priations made by Congress as a result of what the members saw when
they were here that there Ik' no further doubt of the wisdom of this
In the passage of a nunilu r of bills it was plain the legislature believed
in more extended authority to the counties and a breaking away from
the centralized form of government that has outgrown its usefulness.
This is as it should be. To anyone who is accustomed to state, county,
and municipal governments as t la y are carried on on the mainland, it
has always seemed absuib to have purely local affairs in the hands of a
few high officials.
The gradual increase of local self-government and the curtailment of
centralized power is a wise course and will result in more general satis
faction than the more radical measures advocated by some.
It is a noticeable fact that Hihio and Nawahine introduced but one bill
each and that neither of these bills becanie a law. Kawaakoa did not
even introduce a single bill. This may sound a little strange to one who
believes in a legislator doing something for his country.
Held at the Church of The
Bishop Restarick of Honolulu
held a confirmation service nt the
Church of tho Good Shepherd Sun
day at which eight persons were
The confirmation service was
immediately followed by the holy
communion service at which special
music was rendered. The service
was very beautiful and the church
Those who were con tinned were
the Nisses Armiue and Gwcndolin
Von Tempsky, Miss Annie Wode
house Miss Alexu and Master
Robert von Tempsky, Miss I'erkine,
and the Misses Kllen and Nancy
In the evening Bishop Restarick
Iireached to a large audience at
On Monday the Bishop met the
Church Committee to discuss with
them as to the material to be used
in the construction of the new
It was practically decided to
erect the building of hard material.
Muui, H.iwaii, as PL-ccunl-class matter.
1 1 riltor and Mnni;er
MAY .S, 15)09
ilho approval of the Board of
educational benefit to tho people
many of the false impressions
in regard to conditions at the
people realize the great good that
cattle now run the jjood that this
Is Formed by Two Able
Doctors C. B. Wood and J. II.
Raymond have formed a co-partnership
for the practice of medecine and
surgery in Honolulu.
This means that two of the ablest
physicians and surgeons of the terri
tory have combined for the practice
of their profession.
Doctor Raymond 1ms been for
years recognized as one of the lead
ing physicians and surgeons of the
territory and as the president of the
Board of Health he did more for the
good of the community than any
physician who has ever held that
For some years the Doctor has
Urn at the head of the Raymond
ranch and has Imtii unable to attend
to active practice. He has however
decided to turn the active manage
ment of the ranch over to other
parties and again return to the prac
tice of his chosen profession.
The success of the new medical
firm i assured.
High Class Vaudeville Will
Be I'rcscdled Here.
THE NO. 1 COMPANY
For -the first time in its history
Wailuku is going to have a first
class company, a company that is
is to leave here and tour the princi
pal cities of America and Canada.
After weeks of rehearsing, a com
pany that is going to put on a new
production in New York City, runs
up to some neighboring town, usual
ly New Haven, Conn., and gives a
couple of performances in order to
see how the piece is going to take.
Then the rough spots are smoothcP
out, often entire acts or situations
are written or panned, heforel the
company makes its metropolitan
Wailuku, llilo ami Honolulu now
achieve this distinction when the
No. 1 Pollard Company gather its
players together and gives us for an
opening piece a "Vaudeville" per
formance. This Company organized in Hon
olulu, nine of the Lilliputians Com
pany stayed oves and ten new mem
ber came from Australia to com
plete the company- The years of
experience that the players have had
augurs well for the success of the
The Company is composed of a
hunch of the In st that have gradu
ated from the Pollard school of
training, and that means that they
have been bred in stagecraft ever
since they were little kiddies.
Many of the members of the new
company will be renieniln'ivd by
theatre-goers here. Teddie McNa-
mara graduated from the Lillipu
tians and is now a life-sized come
The leading lady parts undertaken
by Eva Moore, well-known from
her own successes as leading girl
with the Lilliputians for many years
previous to liKK'., when she gradu
ated to a senior company, carrying
much prestige as the sister of tilt
famous Carry Moore, the English
actress "who created the Dairy Maid,
the Cingalee and the Sandow Girl
Willie Pollard and Alfred Collid
ing alternate in the male leads
Colliding was the original comedian
of the Lilliputians and has been
stage director ever since he gradu
ated. Willie Pollard was the Lilli
putian comedian when they first
visited Honolulu and America.
Jack Pollard who has been play
ing the title rolls in the Williamson
Pantomimes in Australia is another
Lilliputian graduate, and also takes
comedian parts. Fred Bindloss,
whose sweet singing made a great
hit, will )e one of the twenty mem
bers of the company whose voice
will certainly please.
The combination of an American
All-Pollard comiany has proved a
great ideal, and the fact .that tin
company will show in Wailuku will
please the local theatre-goers.
The Pollard's No. 1 Company tin
first Pollard's Adult company to
tour America and Canada, is being
sent on the road with an equipment
quite up to the standard of the
management's other companies that
have a pica red in Australia, New
Zealand, South Africa and America,
Their appearance here will 1
most cordially welcomed. The com
pany will have among its number
some of the best-known players of
England and Australia, all gradu
ates of the Lilliputians. The first
play will U- "Vaudeville," to he
presented at the K. of P. Hall.
The company to come here com
mencing May 1!) and 20 is known
as the Pollard's No. 1 Company.
Adult Lilliputians, graduates of the
Pollard companies, and is one of
tin strongest and most versatile
companies ever prepared for a cir
cuit by Mr. Pollard.
After its engagement here, a
tour of the principal American and
Canadian cities will follow. The
Pollards have made a place for
Kahului Baseball Associa
tion Starts Series. '
The .Kahului Baseball Associa
tion will begin its season at Kahu
lui Park this afternoon with a
game between the Kahului Kail
road Go's, team and a nine from
the 'Kahului Store.
The games throughout the sea
son will be played every Saturday
afternoon and will begin at 4.110
o'clock sharp. Regular excursion
rates will be charged on the trains.
The grounds have been fenced in
and the position of the stand has
been changed. The diamond is in
excellent condition and bids fair
to be the fastest and tiest baseball
field in the island. Much lime
and labor has been put in mi this
work and the results have been
The league will be composed of
the following t-ams: Kahului Rail
road Co., Kahului Store, Maui
Agricultural Co., and Wailuku. A
schedule is being arranged and the
same will be published as soon as
A charge of lifeen cents general
admission will bo made to the
grounds and ten cent additional
will be aked for a seat on the
grandstand. This money will,, be
used to defray tiie expenses of the
A large attendance will no doubt
he present as Saturday afternoon
baseball on Maui receives I In
hearty support of all who love the
themselves in Honolulu, their pres
ent season proving far more success
ful than the managers had antici
pated. The company will apioarin abso
lutely now cost u ins for each play.
On Wednesday evening "Vaude
ville" hit will be the offer. The
cast will include Eva Moore, Dora
Stewart, Eva Pollard, Lillie Bull,
Ada Hind, May Pollard, Alfred
Colliding, Willie Pollard, Harold
K razor, Teddie -McNamara, Fred
Bindloss, Jack Pollard, Frank Ches
ter, Charlie Chester, Frank Cherry,
Ijcslie Donauhey and Goo. Bromley.
"CHEER UP!" cried the Opti
mist alKiut Town. "True things
have been dull of late and given
most everyone the blues, but 'The
POLLPARDS' arc billed for next
week and that's news good enough
to cheer up the most oppressed."
Reserved seats will lie on sale at
A. Enos store on May l-r, liX H.
Mr. C D. Lufkin of Wailuku, Maui,
sells the Inner Player Piano, now so ex
tensively advertised in the magazines.
If you want a piano of any style or price
it will be to your interest to consult him.
When in the Kast last Spring Mr. Lufkin
renewed business relations with piano
manufacturers with whom he had done
business before coming to these islands.
It will lie to your interest to ring up Mr.
Lufkin if you contemplate purchasing a
piano. The Inner Player can lie seen in
Wailuku by cs lling on Mr. Lufkin.
Uime Jable"'Zf(aliiilui Slailroad Company
A. M. Pas. P M. Wiidiisd'.v . M ., ,,
STATIONS . M' Pas. Pass.' STATIONS A" M- 1 M-.
A8- 111 1 AS- only Pas. P;,s
Kahului Leave 7.00 2.00 p. m. Kahului Leave (i.2(l 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 2.12 -Puunene Arrive (.3D L3f
Wailuku Leave 7.20 2.20 4.15 Puunene Leave (i.40 i'.10
Kahului Arrive 7.H5 2.B5 4.;o Kahului Arrive i;55 i f.5'
Kahului Leave 7.40 0.40 2.40 4.35 5.10 Iwihului Leave K 1(1 S10
Sp'ville Arrive 7.52 .1.55 2.52 4.47 j 5 22 Puunene Arrive S "j 'i 5
Sp'viPe Leave 7.55 10.15 2.55 4 50 j 5.05 Puunene Leave 8 'Mi :V",I
Paia Arrive 8.10 10.35 3.10 5.00 : 5. 40 Kahului Arrive 4.-, a'j
Paia Leave 8.20 10.50 3.20 5.05 i 5 45 Kahului L-ave 0.4:,
Sp'ville Arrive 8.35 3.35 puunene Arrive KMMI
Sp'ville Leave 8.40 3.40 j , Puunene Leave 10.30
Kahului Arrive 8.52 11.30 3.52 5.30 li. OS Kahului Arrivi- 10 45
Kaliului Leave 8.55 1.00 3.55 !
Wailuku Arrive 9.10 1.30 4.10
Wailuku Leave 9.20 2.00 4.15 .
Kahului Arrive 9.35 2.30 4.30 I . " "
Kahului Railroad Company
AGENTS l-O f?
ALEXANDERS BALDWIN, Ltd. A L EX A N D K 1 i & BALDWIN, Li.,,- ..r Sa'.lin.' Vessels Betwte.
San Francisco and the Hawaiian Islands; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.;
RKPORT OH THE CONDITION OF
the Kfildwiti Notional llnl of Ka
liulul, .t K .liului in the Tee. of
lluwali, at the clo,.c of lnihlncHH,
April 28. 1909.
boa ns it ml Discounts 105,94627
Overdrafts, secured nnl unsi-
cured 795 87
U. S. Iliiiiils to secure circula
Premiums on V. S. Homls 5(10.28
Bonds, securities, etc ',510 94
Hanking house, furniture, anil
fixtures 3.41K 2(
Due from National lianksuot
reserve agents) 355 90
Due from State Hanks and
Bankers i6,.s7 2S
Checks and other cash items.. 1,160 iS
Notes of other National llauks 24 00
Fractional paper current' y,
nickels, and cents. 40 95
Kpti-h' 5 1 ..VW l" 51 ,.VVl 1 ' '
Redemption fund with I. S.
Treasurer ( circulation ).. 65000
Total , 214.309 03
Kipum slock paid in 50,000 00
Surplus fund 3,5807(1
Undivided profits; lessexpenscs
and taxes paid 1,122 9;
National Hank uotesoutstand-
lug 13,000 o
Dividends unpaid 15 00
Individual deposits subject to
check..... t 90,134
Savings Deposits 48,160 7s
Demand certificates of ilemsit 2,105 00
j line certificates of deposit 7,026 40
Cashier's checks outstanding... 164 ix
Total 214,309 03
Ter, of Hawaii, County of Maui, ss:
I, D. C. Lindsay, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
D. C. LINDSAY,
II. T. BALDWIN )
J. N. S. WILLIAMS Dircclors. .
V. V. HALDWIJJ )
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 3rd day of May, 1909.
K. 1'. ROSKRANS,
. Notary l'ublic.
nil. J. J. CAREY
Ollice over Fust National I'.ank
Wailuku, Maui. T. II.
Notice is hereby given that hunting or
shooting on any of the t'kuinehame
lauds otherwise known as the Ilan.mla
lands is forbidden under penalty of
prosecution except by permission of the
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, April 151I1,
By Patrick Cockrtt,
t. f. Manager.
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Notice of Power of Attorney.
Notice is hereby given that, during my
absence, from the Territory of Hawaii,
Lai Hong of Wailuku, County of Maui,
will net as my Attorney in fact.
V. FUN TFXNO.
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Regular meetings will lie hold t the
Knights ill l'thi.e- Hall. Wailuku, on the
second and d urili Saturdays of each'
All visaing members .".re cordially in
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W.M. Al LI. C. C.
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