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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1909
I Xocals anfc
Mrs. George Malum was a passenger to
Honolulu this week.
Head Luna A. Cross of
to Honolulu this week.
T. A. Hurmiiigham of K. (). Hall &
Son is at the Mnui Hotel.
D. I,. Austin of Tlieo. H. Havies it Co.
is in Wailuku drumming trade.
Fred Waldroti left Honolulu, this week,
for a visit to his old home in Ivtigland.
Circuit Court was adjourned Wednes
day morning to Monday of next week.
Jailor Welsh is making great improve
ments in the appearance of Kaahumanu
The Kahului Railroad Company is do
ing some dredging near one of the
Rev. and Mrs. Collins O. I!urnhatn of
Lahaina have been guests of Rev. and
Ben Vickars the Regal Shoe man has
been on Maui this week lilting shoes on
Ben Vickars the Regal shoeman is in
town and there is no further excuse for
Saturday was a busy day at the tax
office. Taxes are now delinquent and a
penalty at attached.
W. G. Walker was a passenger to
Honolulu by this weeks Claudine from
Assistant Cashier J. Garcia was a pas
senger on the outward trip of the Clau
dine Wednesday evening.
John Kalino has moved from Taia to
Waiehu with his family where they will
maker their future home.
The ladies of Union Church will meet
with Mrs. Dodge on Tuesday May 25th
at three o'clock in the afternoon.
The ruunene store is making a sx-cial
reduction on several lines of goods. See
their new ad in the daily wireless.
Superintendent J. N. S. Williams of
the Kahului Railroad Company went to
Honolulu Friday night on business.
. Deputy County Attorney F.nos Vincent
went to Molokai Saturday and returned
Wednesday. He went on County busi
ness. Rev. S. L. Desha was recently ox;rat
ed upon in Honolulu for appendicitis.
He returned home by the last Mauua
C. H. Kluegel, Deputy Superintendent
of Public Works, is in charge of the de
partment during the absence of Mars ton
Honorable II. P. Baldwin left last night
for a much needed rest. He will be gone
two mouths and will spend most of his
time in Canada.
Make yours photographic appointments
early and often with Ernest Moses, the
Honolulu Photographer, now at Kahului
for a limited period.
Ernest-.Moses, the Honolulu Photogra
pher makes a speciality of Pictures of
Children and Adults at their own homes.
Address him care Kahului PostofTice. "
There is nothing more artistic than a
picture of your home and family, as
executed by Ernest Moses, the Photogra
gher, now at Kahului for a limited stay.
It is rumored that the Honolulu
Brewery will pay an extra dividend with
in a short time. Stocks generally were
depressed a little yesterday as a result of
Kirk Porter came up from the city
Tuesday evening and looked up a large
lot of hides that were offered for sale.
He returned by the Claudine on Wednes
About seventy-five delegates are being
granted credentials for the Church Con
vention held under the direction of the
Hawaiian Board of Missions from May
29th to June 6th.
The Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator
requires little ice, and that little goes a
long way. It's the cleanest, "Handiest,"
and best refrigerator made. Sold by II.
Hackfeld & Co. Ltd.
j iobert J. Pratt, who is foreman of the
drafting department of the Honolulu Iron
Works, is prepared to attend to uurVre-
lating to patents or . the registration ot
trade marks and labels. " .V
Judge A. N. Kepoikai underwent a
surgical operation last Friday at his
home Doctor F. A. St. Sure performed
the operation. lie was assisted by Doctor
Weddick. The Judge is speedily recover
Lapana Keawejiooole of Honolulu has
secured the contract for painting the new
school house in Paia and brought up a
force of men with him this week for the
purpose of rushing the work as fast as
County Attorney S. K. Kaeo of Kauai
was on Maui Wednesday attending to a
divorce suit which he won without uppn.
sition. He renewed many old acquain
tances while here. He is a native of I, a
huiua and has many friends on this is
F. f 1. Correa, llie Kn!: fannur, went to
Honolulu by Monday night's Manna Loa,
having received wonl that his son Frank,
who is attending school in the capital,
was ill. Ho is expected back by today's
There will b; a meeting of
of Liquor License Commissioners at the
public room of tin Masonic temple in
Kahului on Thursday May 27th at 2 p. m.
nt which lime all applications for renewal
must be in.
T. M. Church of the linn of Alexander
and Baldwin is on Maui this week and
will leave soon for New Vork where he
will remain some two months buying for
the various stores for the plantations.
The Portuguese residents of Kula are
preparing to celebrate the Holy Ghost
feast in the Kula church on Sunday, the
joth iust. A large number of Portuguese
from all over Central Maui are making
arrangements to go and take part in the
The Boston Herald announces the in
ception of a movement to commemorate
the three-hundredth anniversary of the
landing of the Pilgrims and the founding
of New England by a World's Tercenten
nial exposition in Boston in 1920. New
England has never hail a world's fair.
S. Decker sold out his personal effects
Tuesday and took his family Wednesday
to Lahaina where thev embarked for
Honolulu where thev will make their
future home. Mr. Decker goes to take
charge of the White Sewing Machine
business as their manager for f ie Terri
Judge Selden 11. Kingsbury, a veteran
of the Civil War, will deliver an address
on Sunday evening May 30th at Union
Church. This date is Memorial Day a
secial printed program will be used ami
the Church decorated for the occasion.
The public is cordially invited to hear
Manuel Pombo met with a painful ac
cident Tuesday. He was driving the
mail wagon to the depot when the neck
yoke came down the horses ran away
throwing PcuiIkjo to the pavement. He
was severely cut and bruised about the
face. He was unconscious for several
hours. Doctor J. II. Farrel attended
him. He is now able to be out again.
There was a large attendance at the
Monthly Ministers' Meeting at Kahului
last Monday morning. Dr. Scudder
spoke upon "Sermon Preparation," Rev.
Mr. Burnham upon "Finality in the
Christian Religion," and Rev. Mr. White
preached the sermon in Hawaiian. An
excellent luncheon was served by the
ladies of the Church and congregation.
Attorney Harrison of Honolulu came
up to attend to some legal business before
the Circuit Court this week. He is said
to have spent most of his time and some
money at the bar of the steamer, and by
the time he arrived at McGregors was
soaked. He was provided a place to sleep
in Jail where he sobered up and attended
tohislegal duties Wednesday and return
ed home by the Claudine.
Mr. C." D. Lufkin of Wailuku, Maui,
sells the Inner Player Piano, now so ex
tensivelv advertised in the magazines.
If von want a piano of any style or price
it will be to your interest to consult him.
When 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
piano, i lie Inner Player can be seen in
Wailuku by cf lling on Mr. Lufkin.
The police court, within the week, has
had more cases of disorderly persons and
common nuisances than usual, the fines
of the latter reaching up to $15 per, while
the disorderlies received more lenient
treatment as three were nol prossed and
two were let off with only three days
each. One victim of assault and batten-
paid f 10 for his fun, and a heedless driver
had to put up 54.50, which is an im
provement, as heedless driving is becom
ing much too frequent. Hawaii Herald.
County Attorney Coke petitioned the
Circuit Court to revoke the license of J.
K. Kanpu of I'alapue, Molokai on the
ground that he had been convicted of
embezzlement. The petition was heard
Wednesday of this week. The court sent
for County Attorney S. K. Kaeo of Kauai
and requested him to defend the accused.
Mr. Kaeo declined to do soon the ground
thathe represented the Territory and
could not oppose a brother County At
torney ill the discharge "of his official
duties. He was excused. On the show
ing made tW'liccnse Ui. practice faw of
Kaupu was revoked '-.
Chong Kai, a Chinese ptore Tuepcr of
Waiehu was one of thfj passengers to
Honolulu this week. He 1id TrTldently
expected the tax collector to cU for bis
tax receipt before he departed ' and had
hit 011 a novel plan to evade the law and
save money. He had a receipt, .',. 64,
in his own name and marked "K jloaud
bearing date of March 31, 1909. James
N. K. Keola recognized him as a store
keeper and demanded an explanation.
He stood by his guns until Head Luna
Gross appeareil on the scene and explain
ed that the receipt was for a Korean
lalxirer of Wuihee. The Chinaman then
(Continued from page 1.)
The Court finds that in the 111:1111
the said plaintiff is to Maine for tlx
troti hit', for tlit disagreements mid
the separations that have taken
place letwcen her anl her said
The court finds that the plaintiff
and the defendant are hnshand and
wife and that the huslinnd has only
such duties to and obligations in the
premises as are laid upon the luis
hand for the licncfit of the wife,
even if the wife is an erring wife.
The Court does not find any suf
ficient grounds forgrantinga divorce
to the wife in this ease from lnj
The Court finds that the hushand
should pay the costs of the suit,
should also pay to the attorney for
the plaintiff an attorneys fee of
i?2-r-( KJ, should pay within forty days
from the filling of this decision to
the plaintiff for her further support
and maintenance the sum of 10. (X)
hould pay to the phiintiff for her
support and maintenance on the
Saturday of each week beginning
with the 2(ith day of June next the
tun of ?:.)) until further order of
A. S. Medciros v Antone Costa
This suit was one for summary
possession of a piece of land leased
hy the plaintiff to the defendant.
The plaintiff gave as a cause of ac
tion the failure of the defendant to
perform his part of the contract and
on the same licing estahlishcd to the
satisfaction of the court the judge
found for the plaintiff.
1). L. I vi v Makalci.
This was a suit in ejectment to
recover taro lands occupied hy the
defendant. The Court found for
the phiintiff and awarded damages
to the extent of !.().
Territory of Hawaii v Akahoshi.
Akaboshi was before the court on
1 appeal from a sentence in the Dis
trict Court, for practicing medicine
without a license.
The defendant was arrested some
months ago for practicing medicine
without a license and was advised
to plead guilty and sentence was
suspended. Almiit the first of this
year he was again arrested and when
the matter of the first sentence came
up he was sentenced on that ground,
lie offered to give testimony in this
case but was not allowed to do so by
The Circuit Court found on ap-
jx-al That as a matter of law, un
der the citation of the said summons
the defendant having appeared there
hould have been a hearing and
some evidence Simula nave been
presented the court before sentence
could be pronounced.
The judgement, action and pro
ceeding was erroneous and is set
Immediately after the rendering
of the decisions attorney Case stated
that while a case in which he ap
Jicared was the first on the docket
there was present County Attorney
Kaeo of Kauai who had a case which
he wished to present and return to
Honolulu on the evening bout and
therefore gave way for the visiting
attorney. Mr. Kaeo presented his
ease to the court. There was no
appearance of the defendant.
Hackfeld and Company sued Ishi-
marti for the amount of two notes.
Attorney 1). II. Case represented the
plaintiff. The testimony showed
that the defendant had gotten in
surance to the extent of 1,000.00
on his Market Street property from
Hackfeld and the policy had Urn
delivered but that the- defendant,
Ishimaru had not paid for the policy
as he had agreed to. Liter he had
executed two notes for the amount
of the premium but had failed to
pay either the notes or the interest
Attorney Correa represented the
.Tapaijm: defendant. The defense
was that there was no consideration
for tW'notes. Correa. tried to go
baefc if tLe time of the execution of
Was Climbing for Mangoes
When Accident Occurred.
Amy, the eight year old daughter
of Charles Hoopii fell from a mango
tree on Saturday afternoon and was
so injured that she died on Sunday
night. The funeral took, place on
Monday afternoon at the Waince
church. There is much sympathy
for Mr. and Mrs. Hoopii on account
of the tragic death of this bright
The schools of Lthaina ami the
Lihaiiialuna Seminary have obser
ved I'eaee pay with suitable exer
cises. The teachers and children
seemed to catch the spirit of this
The IJcv. C. (1. liurnhani and
Mrs. r.urnham have had a pleasant
visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. 1'. Ilald
win. Mr. and Mrs. Lufkin have spent
a few days in their new cottage and
find it very pleasant. The location
is very line on the U aeh.
Mr. I'ichlty of Honolulu spent
last week in Lahaina improving the
Last Sunday peace services were
observed at the church of Holy In
nocents. The Xoeau has taken the place of
the Mikahala which will make trips
to Kauai to allow the (i. W. Hall
to take the place of the Mauua 1 41a
while the latter boat is on the dry
dock. Attorney Vincent was in town on
Teachers will Meet in
Wailuku School Building.
The regular hi-nionthly meeting
of the Wailuku-Mnka who Teachers'
Association will he held at t Ih
Wailuku School on Friday, May
2Sth. a ten o'clock. A programme
including the following numbers
will he given:
Address, Judge Selden 11. Kings
bury. l'aper, ltoosevelt's African Hunt
ing (iround. Mr. Whitney.
School (James and their relation
to Work, Miss Hansen.
Paper, Manual Training at Tun
keegee, Mrs. Crockett.
Arithmetic, ('lass Demonstra
tion, Miss Crickard.
Music in Intermediate Crudcf-,
Miss Nancy Daniels.
San Francisco Methods in Head
ing, M is. Sahey.
All interested in education are
cordially invited p he present,
the notes and prove the nature of
some conversation that took place
between the defendant and the agent
of Hackfeld who afterward got the
notes from the. defendant. The
Court objected to listening to nny
such cross examination. Judge
Kingsbury criticised Attorney Case
for introducing unnecessary evidence
hut what he said to Mr- Case was a
compliment as compared to the n
huke he handed Correa U-fore the
ease was closed.
Attorney Correa asked permission
to leave the room with his client for
a few moments and on his return 1
stated that he had rested his case.
As Attorney Correa did not cross
examine hut one witness and put on
no witness whatever it is evident
that he intends to take mi appeal to
the Supreme Court.
Attorney Harrison of Honolulu
apiieared for a Japanese woman who
sought a divorce from her husband
on the ground that he had attempt
ed to cut open her head with a hoe
at Spleekelsville some two years ago
for w hich otTeliSe he had been sen
tenced to jail for two years at hard
The woman testified that she had
lived done since the trouble with her
liiistiuinl at Aiea and was tin-
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooke, President
I). H. Case, 2nd Vice-President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
STATEMENT OR CONDITION
at the close of business, March 31, 1909
Loans and Discounts
I'nitcd States Honds
Premium on 1'. S. bonds
Cash and Hue from Hanks
Hanking House, I'urniture.iU'
S Redemption l'und
0. yji. 30
k. a-., o. "
C. I). Lfl-KIN, Cashier.
TERRITORY OK HAWAII, I
COCNTV OK MACI, (
I, C. I). Lufkin, Cashier of the above- named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of inv knowledge anil belief.
C. I). LIT'KIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of April A. I)., 1909.
J. C.ARCIA, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
The Lahaina National Bank
Chas. M. Cooke, President Win. Helming, Vicc-rresident
W. L. Decoto, 2nd Vice-President A. N. Havselden, Hirector
C. I). Lufkin, Cashier V. C. Sch'oenberg, Asst. Cashier
A. Aalberg, Auditor
THIRD i ININUM
at close of misiuess,
. 1 2, xk. 00
Loans anil Discounts
Cash and Due from banks...
t'nited States Honds
Premium on I'. S. Honds
Furniture and Fixtures
5 Redemption Fund
TKRRITORV OF HAWAII,
COCNTV OH MACI,
I. C. D. T.tlfkitl. Cashier of tli nlinv
. . ... '
aliove statement is true to the best of my
Subscribed and sworn to before me
JAS. N. K.
The Best Milk
Mfikes Everything Tnste Better.
ASK YOUR GltOCBR
I Just Enough
Many jieople need nourishment and Stout is reconi-
mended hy very prominent physicians. For this parti- 3E
cula r trade we have imiorted it in half-pints, just
enough and no more. Xo waste. We have also just
received a consignment of Lexington Club 3
Whiskey in hulk and in bottles. There is none
I Maui Wine
ployed there' as a laborer in the
ludiro Iv'in.liin v -wl.-l tl... .vil
Jil.lt,. Miigsl.uij a.kc.l the wit-
lies if she meant to say that she
was employed at such heavy work:
as using a hoe in the irrigation of
cane. She replied that is not heavy
, ,. , '
work. 1 he divorce was granted.
W. T. Koliipson, 1st Vice-President
R. A. Wadsworlh, Hirector
A. A.ilberg, Auditor
Surplus and Profits
I Mil. to other Hanks
26,4 1 H. 7s
December 31, 190S.
1 Capital Stock f 25,000.0
! Surplus rtud Undivided Profits.. 756.95
. Circulation 6,250.00
j Dividends I'upaid 750.00
; Depositors 61,327.40
untiio,! 1,at,U .in cnl.i.,1. i,n .1.
- ........... .....in, .... i" .IV II, Mi ,T Lll tllB, IUC
knowledge and belief.
C. D. LI FKIX, Cashier.
this 4U1 dav of January, 19(19.
KKOLA, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
to Use in the
on the Table
& Liquor Co. j
One revolver, 2 caliber, U'tweeii
Cm"P 4, Puuneiie. and Kahului. Finder
ri.llml t ljs ()ii.e ,ml tveviye
t-)l"' ,u lv ' " TyjH-writer latest visi.
, ble n. .del. Apply to li. J. Walker,