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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY. AUGUST 14, 1909
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered at the Tost Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as secoud-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday.
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llutxH A. Coke.
Editor and Manager
AUGUST 14. 190!)
Assist Good, The local bnseball associations are doing much
Clean Baseball to encourage the national game on Maui, and
are desorving of the support of all lovers of good, clean baseball.
The expense of having an outside team come here and play base
ball is largo and these associations are risking much in advancing
these eipenses. There is very little fear that the games will not
bo well patronized in good weather, but it is the uncertain t,y of the
weather which is n stumhlinsr block in all negotiations to hive
teams come here.
There is also a largo number of dead beats who can well afford
to pay to sec a game but rather hang around the outskirts of the
Grounds and heat the association out of the admission price. The
sheriff will undoubtedly look after these persons and have them
vacate the grounds of the plantation, for it is certain the manage
'ment of the plantation does not consent to haying people trample
'down the young cane.
There is much local baseball fans can do to assist these associa
tions in providing good, clean baseball on Central Maui, but all the
association ask is the attendance of all baseball enthusiasts and
that the knockers leave their hammers at home.
' Let us all treat the visitors cordially in order to live up to the
reputation Maui has attained for good treatment.
An Opportunity. There is at this time a better opportunity
for the laboring men to better their condition by taking contracts
than ever before and those of that class who are wise will take ad
vantage of the opportunities thus afforded to secure cultivating
contracts on the plantations and avail ' themselves of steady em
ployment, free from the irksome dictates of an overseer and a
means of earning according to the amount of labor one performs
Especially to Hawaiians should the contract system appeal.
There are thousands of Hawaiians in the islands who understand
the cultivation of cane and have seen and have done the work from
early childhood. If they will take contracts on the same basis that
the ' Japanese have been taking1 theui they should make" better
wasros than thev now do and be entirely independent. The ad
vances made by the plantations are sufficient to meet the neces
sities of life while the work is easy and the returns good.
The recent labor troubles that have been brought about by the
Japanese agitators about the towns have not created greater con
fidence in the Japanese laborers who have gone on strike or have
taken an active part in the recent labor troubles.
While many hundreds of Japanese will doubtless be given re
newals of contracts it is safe to say that since the recent labor
troubles there will be a disposition to look with greater favor on
Let the Hawaiians and laborers of other nationalities take ad van
tago of the present opportunities and secure cultivating contracts
wherever they can. It will be to their interest to do so.
IN THE eiRCflT COURT OIf TI1F.
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
In I'robate At Chambers.
In tlie Mattel- of the Estate of J. KA-
MAKELE, late of Kamaole, Ktila.Maui,
deceased, before Judge KINGSHURY.
Order of the Notice of Petition for
Allowance of Final Accounts and Dis
charge in this Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of James L. Coke, Adminis
trator of the Estate of J. Kamakcle, late
of Kamaole, Kula, Maui, deceased,
where he asks to be allowed JJ243.60 and
he charges himself with 364.75, and
asks that the same may be examined and
approved, and that a final order may be
made of Distribution of the properly re
maining in his hands to the persons
thereto entitled, and discharging him
and his sureties from all further respon
sibililv as such Administrator:
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 20th
lay of September, A. D. 1909. at 10
o'clock A. M. before the Judge of said
Court at the Court Room of the said
Court at Wailuku, Island of Maui, be
and the same hereby is appointed as the
time and place for hearing said Petition
and Accounts, and that all persons in
terested may then and there appear and
show cause, if any they have, why the
same should not be granted, and may
present -evidence as to who are entitled
to the said proerty. And that notice of
this Order, in the English language, be
published in the "Maui News," a weekly-
newspaper printed and published in War
luku, Maui, for three successive weeks,
the last publication to be not less than
two weks previous to the time therein
appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 13th day
of August, 1909.
(Sd.) S. II. KINGSHURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
(Sd.) Edmund II. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Aug. 14, 21, 28. Sept. 4.
Passing of The agitation created among the Japanese
the Japanese, laborers by the drones of that race is prob
ably the begining of the end of Japanese ascendency as a labor
element of the islands and the time will come when the name of
Makino and his henchmen will be hated as earnestly by the rem
nant of the Japanese colony that is left here as is Sheba hated
now among the ignorant laborers.
During the early years of the history of the sugar industry the
planters imported Chinese almost exclusively for a number of years
These men constituted by far the greatest element of the laboring
class. All went well for a time until they became unmanageable
and acts of violence were frequent. The Chinese were under
penal contract system that made it obligatory for them to labor
unless tnev were ill. it was jiot uncommon lor a umnamau or
even a whole gang of laborers to announce to their luna "We will
be sick tomorrow" and on the following day not a single one of
them would turn out to work. At that time there were many
wealthy Chinese merchants in the islands. 'These men did not try
to exercise a good influence over the laboring class and in time
they were superceded by the Japanese who for a time did well.
It. would now seem that the Japanese leaders are allowing their
unprecedented opportunities to slip from their fingers as did the
Chinese and in the course of five or ten years the Japanese busi
ness men will be in the same position as the Chinese are now. It
seems strange that the more far seeing Japanese did not grasp the
situation as Sheba did and stem the tide that means the ruin of
the interests of Japanese in this territory.
When it is too late the Japanese of Hawaii will see that Sheba is
their best friend and the higher wage agitators their worst
Buy your tickets in ndvance for the great baseball games at Ka
hiilui Park and Wells Park, Wailuku, on Saturday and Sunday
August 14th and 15th, respectively.
STUTTGART, August 11. A minor operation on Count Zeppelin
caused tho rumor of his death. He is rapidly recovering.
MILAN, August 11. Lieutenant Mina made an aerial record yes
terday by ascending Beven miles in a balloon.
WASHINGTON, August ll. Ambassador Takahira sailed from
Seattle enroute to Japan yesterday.
BOSTON, August 11. Albert Kope, a manufacture of automobiles
CHALONS, France, August 10. A balloon carrying four men has
made a successful flight across the Alps.
SPOKANE, August 11. Forester Pinehot made a sensationa
address before the Immigration Congress this morning it which he
al'eged the existence of a water power trust.
Mortgagee'! Notice of Intention
to ForecloKe, and of Stile.
Notice is hereby given that, under
power of sale contained ill Mortgage
dated October 7, 1907, from the Maui
Steam Laundry, Ltd. a domestic corpo.
ration, to the First National Bank o
Wailuku, a corporation, the owner and
holder thereof intends to foreclose same
and sell said mortgage property because
of non-payment of principle and interest
due on promisory note secured thereby
The above mortgage was given to
secure payment of a promissory note for
twenty-five hundred dollars, of even dale
therewith, payable on demand, executed
by said Maui Steam Laundry, Ltd. to
said First National Bank of Wailuku, or
order, NOTICB IS LIKEWISE GIVEN
that, after the expiration of three week
from date of first publication of this
notice, to-wit, on Monday August 30th
1909 at twelve o'clock noon of said day
said mortgaged property, for the reasons
above stated, will be sold at public auction
at the front entrance to the Court-house
in Wailuku County of Maui, Territory o
Terms of sale Cash, and deeds at ex
pense of purchaser.
F'or Further particulars apply to the
First National Bank of Wailuku, or to D
II . Case, its attorney.
First National Bank ok Wailuku,
Dated August 14th, 1909.
Description of Property to be sold.
All of the property of the Maui Steam
Laundry, Ltd., including the laundry
building, cottage, outhouses, and .lease
hold rights held and enjoyed by said
Co., a partial list of which is as follows:
One 20-horse power Horizontal Return
One 7x9 Snell and Neharg Engine;
One 30 horse power National Feed
Two No. 2 36x30' Wood washers;
One 64x16 Steam Mangle;
One Section wood dry-room, complete
with three trucks;
One No. 9 Combined collar, cuff and
One No. 32 Body Ironer;
One No. 2 Gas machine; and all appli
ances and fixtures constituting a portion
of the above laundry machinery.
HOOLAHA A KA MEA PAA MOUAK1
B HOOKO A E KUAI.
KE HOOLAHA VV I A AKU NKI NO
HOI, mahoe o ka pan nna o i kolu pule
mai ka la mua o ka hoopukaia ana o keia
hoolaha, oia hoi, ma ka Poakahi, Augate
30, 1909, 111a ka hora 12 o ke awakea o
ua la 'la, o ka waiwai i tnorakiia, no 11a
kiiinu i hoikeia malutia a'e, a kuaiia ana
ma ke kudala akea ma ka puka kotno o
ka Hale Hookolokolo, ma Wailuku, Ka-
ana, o Maui, Teritori o Hawaii.
Ke ano o ke kuai, ma ke dala kuike, a
na ka mea kuai mai e uku i na lilo no
ka palapala kuai.
No 11a tuea i koe e ninau i ka First
National Bank of Wailuku, a i oleia ia D.
II. Case, kono loio.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK OF WAILUKU,
Mea Paa Moraki.
Hanaia, August I4t 1909.
Ke ano o ka waiwai e kuaiia ana:
O ka waiwai apau loa o ka Maui Steam
Laundry, Limited, oia hoi ka hale holoi
ame aianalolci hale 110I10, na hale e a'e,
ante ke ktileaua hoolimalimn i pnaia a
hnohanairi e ua Hui 'la, a penci ke ano o
la man mea ma ke ano nui:
Hookahi 20 horse power Horizontal
Return Tubular Boiler;
Hookahi 7x9 Snell & Neharg Engine;
Hookahi 30 horse power National F.'cd
Elua No. 2, 36x30 Wood Washers;
Hookahi 64x16 Steam Mangle;
Hookahi Section wood dry-room, com
plete with three trucks;
Hookahi No. 9 Combined cellar, cuff
and shirt ironer;
Hookahi No. 32 Body Ironer;
Hookahi No. 2 Gas machine ame 11a
mea liana e a'e e pili ana a he niahele
hoi no na niikini holoi ame aiana lole.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
Clias. M. Cooke, President
1). H. Case, 2nd Vice-President
C. D. Ltifkin. Cashier
W. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President
R. A. Wadsuorth, Director
A. Aalberg, Auditor
at the close of business, June 30, 1909
Loans and Discounts $140,045.53 Capital Stock
llonds' 72.04g.TM 1 Surplus and Profits
United Slates Bonds 34,730.110 : Circulation 23'997-5
Premium on V. S. bonds 25, 000. 00 Dividends Unpaid 1,400.00
Cash ami Due from Hanks 400.00; Depositors I93.lj4-,a
Banking House, Furniture, etc 6,450.00 j
54 Redemption Fund
K. O. E. '
C. D. Lt'FKIN, Cashier.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, I
l 011 rv 1 pi- m r 1,
Ke hoolaha ia aku nei, maniuli o k
mana ma kekahi Moraki i hanaia Okato
ba 7, 1907, mai ka Maui Steam Laundry
Limited, he hut kuloko i hoohuiia, i ka
First National Bank of Wailuku, he hui
i hoohuiia, o ka 011a a me ka mea nana
paa nei ke tnatiao nei e hooko aku, a
kuai i ka waiwai i tnorakiia no ka uku
oleia o ke kumupaa ame ka ukupauee o
ka uota i hoopauia e ua moraki 'la.
O ka moraki maluna ua haawiia i mea
e hoopaa ai i ka ukuia ana o kekahi nota
no iwakaluakumamalituahaueri dala, 111a
ia la hookahi no, e ukuia i ka mauawa e
koiia ai, a i kakauiuoaia hoi e ua Maui
Steam Laundry, Limited, Ma, ia ua First
Natioual Bank of Wailuku Ma, a i kaua
DR. J. J. CAREY
Ollieo, S c h r :i d r Ulock
Wailuku, Maui, T. 11
Fresh Roasted Peanuts
always 011 hand
Orders taken for
Fruits, Nuts and Cigars.
Ice Cold Drinks
Markef Street, :- -:- Wailuku.
Wanted: Voting Cockerels in quail
Notice is hereby given that I have re
cently acquired the sole ownership of the
Maui Stables formerly owned by Hans
Any one having any claim against the
said stable should present the same be
fore August 31st, and all persons owing
the said stables are notified to make
settlement of the same before August
31st or the same will be put in the hand
of a collector.
July 17, 24, 31. Aug. 7, 14, 21, 2S.
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full line of popular brands ot
Celebrated Primo & Seie
25c 2 Glasses 25c
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on tin
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend.
WM. Al'LT. C. C.
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OF R. & S.
T T 1 t iifl-itt f'-iiiltii.f of tlwt iiitikVi' ii'inio.1 li'iub. ilit m ilt-ninlv swear that the
above statement is true to the best ol my knowledge and lielief.
V.. J'. LtV 1 Kill, V.IIMIIl-l.
Subscribed and sworn to before ine this 2nd dav of Julv, 1909.
H. M. COKE, Nolarv Public Sec. Jnd. Circuit.
The Laiiaina National Bank
' dins. M. Cooke, President Win, Helming, Vice-President
W. L. Deeoto, 2nd Vice-President A. N. Havseldeu, Director
C. D. Lulkin, Cashier V. C. Sehoenberg, Asst. Cashier
A. Aalberg, Auditor ?
at close of ousiness, June 30, 1909.
Ioans and Discounts 41.924.77 ; Capital Stock f25.0oo.00
Cash and Due from. Banks 29,745.46 i Surplus and Undivided Profits.. 1,022.98
Bonds 16,059.03 ; Circulation : 5,050.00
United States Bonds 6,250.00 i Dividends Unpaid 875.00
Premium on L . S. Bonds 200.00 1 Due to Banks 7,327.02
Furniture and Fixtures .1,450.00 I Depositors 56,066.76
5 Redemption Fund 312.00
LODGE MAUI, No. 084, A. Is. f A. M.
Stated ni(etini.'s will be held at
Masonic Hall, Ktthului, on the first
Saturday niyht of each month at 7.30
Visitiiio brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
C. E. COPELAND 11. W. M.
t. f. Secretary.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, f
COl'NTV Of MAl't, S
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before tne this 2nd day of Julv, 1909. ,
H. M. COKE, Notary Public .Sec. Jud. Circuit.
Power of Attorey.
During my absence from the Territory,
A. K. Ting and Wong Tim will act for
me with full power of attorneys.
G. All SEE.
July to January.
During my abseuce from the Territory
Mr. John Medeiros will act for me with
full power of nttoruey.
W. G. SCOTT.
Paia Maui, July 17, 1909. tf.
Special Sale This Week
Nonpareil Soap, per liar $.00
Laundry Soap long liar, per har OS
Hawaiian Starch in 1 Hi. pkg , per pkg 08
Lily Gloss Starch in 1 11- pkg., per pkg. 08
l'earline Ijarge Size, jicr pkg 12
Gold Dust 3 Hi. pkg., per pkg 23
Column's Rail lilue 25c hox for 20
Clothes Pins per doz 01)
Rcnicnihcr we arc He hi hie (iroccrs.
We sell you Hani and liaeon, whole or liy the pound. We
slice it for you.
You'll save money hy dealing with us.
The Pioneer Store
13. Guerrero, Mnnager
Sfime Sfcible3Caliului Slailroad Co..
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 100!).
Pass. Pass. Pass. Pass. & j?rt Freight Freight
No 4 No. 5
S.- 11 15
Kahului Railroad Co.
ALEXANDER it J1ALDW1N, LTD.;
ALEXANDER & 15ALDW1N, LTD., Line of Sailing Vessels between
San Francisco and Hawaiian Ports;
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