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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1909
THE MAUI NEWS
htered Ht the Tost Office at Wailuku,
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday.
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1 1 u U l-l N, Coks,
Who will issue On Thursday of this week, July 1st, Treas
the Licenses? urer L. M. Baldwin began to issue licenses
for the County of Maui. Among the list of licenses Issued are
notarial licenses. These licenses ar9 made to cover the Second
Judicial Circuit, but as a part of the Second Judicial Circrit 'is in
the County of Kalawao, it is evident that the Treasurer of the
County of Maui is not authorized to grant a notarial license for the
County of Kalawao, and as there is no Treasurer in the County of
Kalawao: the question at once arises is who will issue a license
to the notaries public for that County.
Act 151 of the Session Laws of 1909 reads as follows: Section
1. All licenses issued under the authority and persuant to the
provisions of chapter 102 of the Revised Laws as the same has been
or may hereafter be amended and under the authority and per
suant to the provisions of Act 4(5 of the Sessions Laws of 1905 and
Acts 76 and 132 of the Session Laws of 1907, shall be so issued by
the Treasurer of the County within which any such license is to
This is very plain language and cannot be construed to mean
anything other than what it says. It is ofteu necessary to have
an acknowledgement taken in Kalawao or Kalaupapa, but as the
right to grant a license is taken away from the Treasurer of the
Territory and given to the Treasurers of the respective counties,
and as there is no Treasurer of the County of Kalawao, it would
seem that some of the officials will have to do some strenuous
thinking in order to get around the dilemma.
Section 2 of the same Act says: All powers vested in and all
duties imposed on the Treasurer of the Territory by the provi
sions of chapter 102 of the Revised Laws, and acts amendatory
thereof, Act 46 of the Session Laws of 1905, and Acts 76 and 132
of the Session Laws of 1907, with respect to the issuance of licen
ses and the collection of fees there for and the cancellation of li
censes, are hereby transferred to and shall hereafter be exercised
and performed by the County Treasurers within their respective
counties. And each County Treasurer shall account for all such
fees so collected by him as county realizations.
On second thought it would seem to us that as the laws relating
to the issuance of licenses are not repealed, but the authority is
simply transferred to the Treasurers of the several counties that
the authority must perforce remain in and still be vested in the
Territorial Treasurer as there is no officer to receive the authority
formerly vested in the Territorial Treasurer he would continue to
exercise that authority until such an officer as ' the law provides
for shall have been elected and qualified.
We have not had any legal opinion on this subject but would call
the attention of the public and especially the attorneys to this
question for their consideration.
The Motorist's Alphabet.
is for the Auto, treat it like a horse;
If it's lame or balky, try to find the cause,
is for the Battery, don't forget to test it;
Switch the other on at times, that will serve to rest it.
C is for the Cylinder, keep it good and clean,
Free from clogging carbons by injecting kerosene.
D js the Differential, if it's packed in grease,
Look at it occasionally, then your troubles cease.
E is for the Engine, never let it race.
Keep your spark and throttle in the proper place.
F is for the Flywheel, if it shakes or jars,
Look into your bearings for trace of heat and scars.
G is for the Gasoline, strain it through a chamois;
That will keep the water out and you from saying "Damme."
U is for the Highspeed, use it when you can. . :
Fretting up the low gear's an overheating plan.' "
I is the Ignition, watch your insulations,
Keep them free from oil or wet, and you will keep your patience.
J is for the Jack and do be sure and take one,
If your tire is punctured, it's quite a job to make one.
K is for the Knocking, perhaps your engine's hot,
Or your spark too far advanced, be sure that it is not.
L is for the Lever, first release your clutch,
Or you're sure to strip your gears thnt will cost you much.
JI is for the Muffler, cut it out in time,
You will find your motor has an easier climb.
N is for the Nuts which you must watch and try,
Or ypu will be having trouble bye and bye.
O is for the Oiler, see the feed is right,
You are very lucky if it's placed in sight.
V is for the Priming, don' tickle it too long;
She should crank the third time if there's nothing wrong.
O. is for the little Quirks you learn (at least you ought.)'
Cures for petty troubles (they seldom can be taught. ,
R is for the Radiator, if it gets too hot .
Try the lubrication-you're a fool if you do not.
S is for the tire Shoe, its ruin will be dire,
If you don't investigate the pumping of the tire.
T is for the Inner Tube, always have a spare one;
Any older one will do, if a pretty fair one.
U is for the Upkeep, it should not be too large,
Its better for an amateur to use a good garage.
V is for the Valve seat, it is apt to gum,
Maybe it needs grinding, that will test you some.
W is for Water, don't let it run too low,
Always hose your tank out every week or so.
X stands for explosion, if it skips, your duty
Is to clean the spark plug, which is doubtless sooty.
Y is for the Yoke that keeps your springs secure,
See the nuts that hold it are headed over Sure.
Z is for the Zanny, who with lighted match,
Looks for double trouble where the gas will catch.
From Pacific Weekly.
Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
Editor and Manager
JULY 3. 1909
Glimpse of Northland on Pay
Streak at Seattle Fair.
SEATTLE, Juiii' 23. On the Es
planade at the Iwer end of the l'ay
Streak of the Alnska-Yukon-l'acific
Exposition, Dave lilake, a pioneer
of the far North has tied a few hoards
together, chinked up the cracks, put
a tin roof over the top and the re
sult is a dance hall of the type that
made early Alaska famous. It is nil
there; that is, nearly all.
Day and night the entrancing
fiddle and groaning aeeordian give
forth their mutual complaints or
utter combinations of sounds of the
kind that are supposed in mining
communities to herald the presence
of terpsichorial joy. Oirone side of
the rude bar room, a counter of
rough IuiiiIht has been built, and
here, when the exertions of the
dancers have produced a sufficient
load of weariness, the "gent" may
lead "his . lady" and lap up the
brand of "lmoze" their thirst may
indicate; but 01 not the "hoatch"
of the cold North or the modified
imitation called i'ye, is passed over
the bar. Not on your life. 1'uttcr
milk, cold from the cow, or pink
lemonade, and bottled soda is hand
ed out and complaints are ignored
by the bar-keep," sheltered lichind
his Hashing Alaska diamond-
The ladies who daily and nightly
trip gracefully over the trembling
floors, have not been selected for
any particular points of architectural
beauty. 15ut they can certainly
dance in the most approved way of
frigid gracefulness, and the "two
bits" demanded for their society in
the dizzy waltz or complicated two-
step, includes the liquid refresh
ments for lioth.
llie History oi six oi tlie girls is
closely allied with that of the pro
prietor. Ten years ago when the
Klondyke rush drew the wealth and
beauty to Alaska, he was the pro
prietor of a small launch on Puget
Sound. The lure of gold "threw
its hooks'' into Dave, and he yearn
ed for a glimpse of the aurora borc-
allis. The process of separating
the yellow metal from frozen earth
seemed to him, a useless exertion of
energy; it was also apt to be slow
The way to get the money is to
have what the men who have money
want: it you nave tins, the rest is
easy. Feminine society and the
glories of the ball room look better
to a man with a buckskin bag full
of nuggets, than any thing else in
the world. So, the task of tin:
social upliftinent of the Klondyke
was undertaken and with it was
mixed, more or less of a sordid,
gold-getting scheme. Passenger
transportation was out of the qui
tion, as all ships' were crowded
Thirty ladies of fortune were placed
ultoard nn ancient scow, and with
a rope made fast to the tail of tin
launch,, the journey was entered up
on with much pomp and jocularity.
There was but one inqiortant
Impelling on the up voyage, and
this was a dice game; it changed the
ownership of the organization and
the original proprietor lccaine an
employee. The original dancing
academy has in the passing of tiling
been sorely depleted, and of the
pretty- thirty, only six are today
sufficiently supine to reach out for
the weeklv pnv envelope.
In the Klondyke Dance Hall
on the Pay Streak at the Seattle
Fair, the old pioneer dance hall of
Alaska has U'cn reconstructed. In
the hack rooms of the building, all
of the gambling devices of the early
days are placed ready for duty.
Smoky lamps swing from dingy
rafters and the creaking call of the
tiddler calls attention to the changes
of the dances. There is the confused
hum of dialect conversation and the
trappings on the walls are typical of
the first golden days of the mad
rush to the frozen North, lint there
is no liquor, no gambling, no fight
ing. It lias liecn built to show a
condition which existed but a brief
time ago, and in this it is pictures
que and faithful.
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'e are pie tsed to announce
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tun New Model (Visible)
Rookcnses juitl Filing
Cabinets, Universal Ad
ding Machines and
Typewriter supplies by
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The prices will be the same
on Maui ns in Honolulu and
all inquiries regirding any of
the above named" items will he
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Otlief, ScLr a (1 1 r J'.lock
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.-
AOMINIMTHATOir.S NOTICE TO
In the Matter of the Kstate of P. KI,
late of Koali, Halia, Maui, deceased.
The undersigned having hy order of
the llonornhle Sclden I!. Kinxslmry,
Judge ff the Circuit Court of the Second
Circuit, iH'en amitited Administrator of
the estate of P. KI, late of Koali, Hann,
County of Maui, deceased, all persons
having claims against said estate or
against said deceased, even if the same
are secured liv mortgage on real estate,
are hereby notified to present their said
claims with the proper vouchers, if any
exist, to the undersigned at his oflice at
liana, County of Maui, within six months
from the date of the first publication of
this notice, to wit, within six months
from the wth day of June A. 1). 1909.
All claims not ho presented as aforesaid
will he forever- harred.
Dated June 12, 1909.
Administrator of the Kstate of P. Ki,
late of liana Maui-.
Jamus I. Cokk.
Attorney for said ICstate.
THE FIRST NATIONALBANK OF WAILUKU
Chas. M. Cooke, President V. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President
D. II. Case, 2nd Vice-President K. A. W idsworth. Director
C. D. l.ufUin, Cashier A. .Vi'bcrg, Auditor
STflTEAAENT OF CONDITION
at the close of business, March 31 . lyoo
Loans mill Discounts $135.73.0; Capital Stork $ 35,000.0c
Honds ,'u,Ni7.5o Surplus and Profits 26,418.75
United Slates liouds 16,500.00, Duo toother Hanks 17.2S5.00
Premium 011 1". S. bonds 300.00 Circulation l5'7-5
Cash and Due from Hanks 55.923.7.; Dividends I'npaiil 28. 00
Hanking House, Furniture, etc 0.591.30 Depositors 165,601.82
5 Redemption Fund M5.00 '
$260,231.07 j J260.231.07
K. &.' O. K.
C. D. U'FKIN, Cashier.
TKKRITORY OF HAWAII, )
COl'XTV OK MAI I, ( ' " -
I, C. D. I.nfkiu, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of mv knou ledee and belief.
CD. U'FKIN', Cashier.
Subscribed .'mil sworn to before me this 1st day of April A. D., 1909.
J. GARCIA, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Crcuit.
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A.M. A.M. P.-M.
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Kahului Ar. (i 10 S 20 l HO
Kahului Lv. ('. o0 2 00
Wailuku Ar. 7 02 ! 2. 12
Wailuku Lv. 7 10 2 20
Kahului Ar. 7 22 2 I!2
Kahului , Lv. 7 2" 2 10
Sprii kelsville Lv. 7 :'7 2 -r2
I'aia Ar.j 7 "0 X :! 0o
I'aia LvJ S 00 ; :, r,
Spreeki lsville Lv. S ., ''2 :i ;!0
Kahului Ar. 8 27 ' ;i 12
Kahului ' Lv. 8 :;o :) :
Wailuku Ar. 8 lo 4 00
Wailuku Lv. 0 00 L 4 0"
Kahului Ar. ! 't 4 17
Kahului Lv I 4 20
Spivckclsville Lv 4 ;,2
I'aia Ar . 4 j:,
I'aia Lv , 4 o0
Spivckclsville Lv. .. o 0:
Kahului Ar. l.r
Kahului Railroad Co.
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LEXANDEK & 11ALDW1N, LTD., Line of Sail inK WLi bet Wwu
San J''raneisco ami Hawaiian Ports;
AMEKR'AN-IIAWAllAN STEAMSUJi' CO.
In Ke the Kstate of Al'd'STINE
KNOS, late of Wailuku, Deceased.
All persons indebted ta the . Kstate of
Augustine Knor,, late of Wailuku, deceas
td, are requested to make prompt pay
ments to C. D. U'PKIN. KSQ , at the
Pirst National Hank of Wailuku; and also
notice is hereby given that nil claims
against said Kstate should be Jiresented
at said place. '.'
Dated at Wailuku. Mailt, June 12th
J. V. MACIF.J,.
Kxecutor under the will of A. Knos
late of Wailuku. dece ased.
T. 11. LYONS,
Administrator wi'h ihe will annexed
of ihe esi iteof A. Knos, lateof Wailuku,
I. C. U'KkIN,
AdminiMra'. M with the will annexed
of ihe estate ot A. Knos, ! ale of Wailuku,
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