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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1909
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered at the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
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SEPTEMBER 4. 1909
An Equal The Congressmen who are here on a visit to the tor
Mnnnrtunitv. ritorv are the guests if the ieoile ami every effort
should he made hy those in charge of the expedition to give every oiu
.... .mu.rttitiitv to see anil converse with the nieiillxTS w lillc here W ho
may desire to do so provided he lias any thing of puhlie interest to im
nart to the meiiiliers of the party.
There is much that can le shown the ineiiiliers that will lie of value to
them in their otlieial capacities in Washington. Such things should la
shown them. There is much that can lie done to make the visit n
pleasant one. This should In done. So far as we know there are no
..!..! t.i hi. -lireil nor tales of woe to impart hut it is certain that if
gin ,niin- i
anv section or race is slighted ly those who have the matter in hand tilt
visit of the party will not lc a prolitahle one for the territory and if all
of the islands should do as some in Milo are trying to lo this will pro
l.ally he the last visit of any congressional party.
Due of the leading citizens of llilo wrote the Committee in charge in
Honolulu that a large party of the committee in charge of the entertain
ment in Hilo wished to entertain the iiicnihcrs of the party while in llilo
at their homes and at exclusive functions to which the people in general
would le excluded. This is the work of narrow selfish niindediiess and
will react against the very ones who are trying to carry this scheme
If any eonsiderahle nuniU'r of people helieve they have a constructive
plan for the betterment of the territory let them have an equal oppor
tunity to state their views. Publicity will hurt no one whose skirts are
clean ami we all claim to belong to the latter class.
A hospitable welcome mid u fine
trip" is the summary of the senti
ment expressed by the member of
the Congressional party. They all
declare that their first day of arrival
in Hawaii will be ever remembered,
a inemlHT coining from a southern
district observing that "hospitality
seemed to Ije ill the air."
The meinU'is of the reception
committee that greeted the Con
gressmen and their families on the
wharf were: Hon. A. S. Cleghorn,
Seretary of the Territory K. A.
Mott Smith, SiicakcrH. L. Holstein
of the Territorial House Representa
tive!, Hon. John C. Line, (i. J
Waller, W. H. Mclnemy, H. F
Wiehmau, L. Teiiney Peck on Ik
half of the Chamber of Commerce,
Senator Charles F. Chillingworth,
Senator W. J. Coelho, Hon. Mar
stop Camplall, Major Short, Sumt
visor Andrew Cox, Sujiervisor lan
(gat), District Magistrate Andrade,
Representative Kamanaoulii, K. II.
Trent, .lames Wakefield, Hon.C. It.
Heineiiway, J. H. Hertsche, Sena
tor Moore, (ieorge W. Smith on be
half of the Merchants' Association,
W. A. liovcn, F. W. Klcbahn,
Hon. John Hughes, Hon. I). Ka
laiiokalani, J. (. Pratt.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
For October Term
Are Given Warm Welcome by
Honolulu. August 30.-Hawaii
welcomed the Congressional visitors
this morning in a distinctively Ha
waiian way, and from the titne that
the tug Intrepid steamed out of the
harlior to greet the SiWria and the
National lawmakers until John Lane
and his corps of lei girls garlanded
each member of the party as they
left the ship, the program of wel
come progressed smoothly and car
ried w ith it the sincere greeting that
the people of the Territory extend
to the members uf the party, Con
gressmen, wives, daughters and sons.
It was the light of the morning
sun that gave the visitors their first
view of the hills of Honolulu. Tin
Siberia hove to off the harbor short
ly after G o'clock and the usual rain
bow spanned itself across the dis
tance and added a special color out
of compliment to the distinguished
The quarantine launch was the
first to reach the side of the Silieria.
The Intrepid, with the reception
committee on board, was delayed in
leaving the wharf, Captain lVrger
ami the bass instruments failing to
materialize. The bass drum finally
appeared in an express wagon and
saved the day, but I Serge r himself
was not present and the band had
to (.i t along without him.
The Interpid steamed slowly out
to the Silieria, gaily decorated in
tlags and bunting, the strains of
Aloha ( being the first of tin
musical welcomes that wan walled
across the water to the visiting law
makers and their families Then
came the Star Siuinglcd Banner and
Dixie. To the strains of "Dixie'
there was an instant and enthusi
astic response, IJepn si nl ilive A. J.
Wat kins of Louisiana giving a pure
interpretation of the ieU'1 yell.
On Utard the Intrepid were (iov
ernor Frear, W. O. Smith, Walter
Dillingham, lloU rt Breckons, Judge
Ballon and L. A. Thurston. The
Intrepid did not go alongside the
Silieria, the meinUrs of the com
mittee being transferred in the quar
antine launch. Then the formal
alohas were said and the metiilicrs
of the Congressional parly of 1 '. M t
welcumed to the Tt rritoiy as gucMs
A few minutes after the reception
committee and the Governor had
boarded the Siberia the liner started
for the Haekfeld .vharf, preceded by
the Intrepid with the band playing
a medley of airs, the members of
the party coining from south of
Mason and Dixon's line showing
enthusiastic appreciation every time
they heard a tune that reminded
them of home, the fltrainsof "Dixie
always having the greater effect.
Frank Thompson, chairman of
the reception committee, had charge
of the landing arrangements and
carried out his duties in a way that
caused everything to progress
smoothly. As so in as the gang plank
was lowered John Lane and tlic lei
girls were given the right of way
ami each memiier ot the party was
decorated licfore landing on the
The leis made a hit with the visit
ors. One of the ladies was heard to
remark, "What a beautiful custom
llow lovable these people must I
with such sincere tokens of hospi
tality," and a Congressman, less
impressionable, said "I concur.
The weather conditions of tin
early morning were ideal and the
majority of the party seemed to b
fascinated w ith the changing color
of the landscaiM that accompanied
the rising run.
Rapid fire questions on Hawaii
were asked by the Congressmen of
the Hiiuoluluans who hoarded tin
Siberia outside and the question
showed that five days of association
with two fellow passengers, I). I
B. Iseubelg and SuiM-l iutendellt of
Public Instruction Babitt and Mr
MeClellan had given them a gooi
idea of Hawaii uei and the feature
ami problems of life in the Mi
Pearl Harbor and the Volcano art
apparently "the two things that hav
made the greatest impression in th
minds of the visitors. Congressman
Ellis of the Wavs and Means Com
mittee observing that the Pearl liar
hor fortification scheme was one of
the lno-1 e-seutial things that th
visiting Congressmen hoed to stud
at lciii:t h during their visit in tin
The hand played on the wharf
while the passengers were bcin
landed and every lime "Aloha Oe
was played there was applause from
the passengers who thronged the
rails and awaited for an opportunity
Automobiles were in waiting am
ui.der the direction of Frank Thomp
son ami It O. Mathcsonthe visitors
were taken immediately to the
Young hotel, where accommodations
hail been reserved for them.
Honolulu, August 2S. Jurors for
the October term of the United
States District Court were drawn by
Clerk A. E. Murphy today.
(Irand jurors to apjicar on Octo
Island of Oihu John Mitchell,
Irving J. Hurd, John II. Jones,
Frank 11. Armstrong, Xorinan Wat
kins, W. O. lSarnhart, Edward C.
Holstein, A. V.Peters, Hjalniar, P.
It. Ciladc, Arthur Wall, Charles W.
Marques, J. Harris Mackenzie,
James H. Fjddes, all of Honolulu;
John A. Scott, George N. Day, A.
M. Cabrinhu, all of Hilo. Island of
Hawaii John S. (race, Olaa ; A.
L. Moses, Laupahoehoe; Frederick
K. O'Brien, Kohala; Samuel John
son, rahoa. island ot Maui Angus
McPhee, riupalakua. Island of
Kauai Henry Sheldon, Kealia;
Jas. K. Kula, Koloa.
The jM'tit jurors to appear Octolicr
2.) from Maui are the following;: NY.
A. Sparkes, E. O. ISorn, W. J.
Moody, Harrison W. llaysclden, W.
II. Field, James Kirkland, Win. J.
Tin- following minute order was
"The minute order of July 2i, as
amended by the minute order of
August !), prescribing the class of
cases at which the judges of this
court shall preside for the remainder
of this term, is hereby amended as
"Judge Woodruff will preside in
the trial of new civil cases and of
such civil cases as have already lecn
filed but the trial of which ha not
yet liccn begun. Otherwise the said
order will remain unchanged "
The court adjourned to August SI
at 10 o'clock a. in.
IN THF. CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Mntter of the Estate of KA1MI-
OL.A NAKOOKOO GRAY, of KHlaupa-
pa, Molekai, Territory of Hawaii, deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for
On Reading and Filing the Petition of
Jnmes A. Thompson, as Guardian of the
persons and estate of Sarah Nakookoo
and Amy Helene Nakookoo otherwise
known as of Amy Helene Thompson
minors, alleging that Kaimiola Nakookoo
Gray, of Kalaupapa, Molokai, died in
testate at KalaupapH, Molokai, on the
loth day of July. A. I. 1909, leaving pro
perty in the Hawaiian Islands necessary
to he administered upon, and praying
that lctters of Administration issue to
the Petitioner, said James A. Thompson,.
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
It is ordered that Wednesday, the 29th
day of September, A. I). 1909, at Ioo'clock
A. M., Ik- and hereby is appointed for
hearing saiil Petition in the Court Room
of this Court at Wailuku, Maui, at which
time and place all persons concerned may
appear and show cause, if any they have
why said Petition should not lie granted
and that notice ul this order 1e published
in the English language for three success
sive weeks in the "Maui News," a weekly
newspaper printed and published in Wai
luku, Maui, the last publication to be not
less than ten days previous to the time
therein apjiointed for hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, August 24th
(Signed.) ' S. U.KINGSltURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2iu
Attest: Edmcmi II. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2111
Aug. 2S, Sept. 4, 1 1, 18.
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Al.OHA LODGE NO. 3 KMUHT8
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second ami fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially iu
vilcil to attend.
WM. Al'I.T. C. C.
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OF R. & S.
Chas. M. Cooke, President
D. H. Case, 2nd Vice-President
C. II. Lutkin, Cashier
W. T. Robinson, 1st Vice President
R. A. Wadsworth, Uirector
A. Aalberg, Auditor
at the close of business, June 30, 1909
,oans and Discounts $140,045.53
United SIhU'S ltiitlds 2C.IMIO.OO
reinium on I . S. bonds 400.00 Dividends 1 npaiu..
Cash and Due from Hanks.
Hanking House, Furniture, etc 6,450.00
Redemption l-und 1,250.00
Capital Stock $ 3S.ooo.oo
Surplus and Profits 2Mo3-&3
72,044.78 ' Depositors..
K. O. F..
C. 11. M'FKIN,
TF.K RITORV OF HAWAII,
COUNTY OK MAI'I. I
I. t 1) I nfkin. Cashier l the alx.ve named bank, do solemnly swear that the
hImivc statement is true to the best of my knowledge and In-lief.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of July, 1909.
H. M. COKK, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
The Lahaina National Bank
Chas. M. Cooke, President Win. Helming. Vice-President
W. I,. Docoto, 2nd Vice-President A. N. Havselden, Director
C. II. I.ulkin, Cashier V. C. Sclioenberg, Asst. Cashier
A. Aalberg, Auditor
at close of iiusiiu'ss, June 30, I99-
Ioans and Discounts S41.9j4.77 Capital Stock 125,000. 00
Cash and Due from Hanks 29,745.4(1 Surplus and l ndivided fronts.. 1,022.9s
Honds 10,059.03 Circulation S.0-00
United States Honds 6,250.00 Dividends Unpaid 875.00
Premium on U. S. Honds 200.00 Due to Hanks 7,327.02
Furniture and Fixtures 1,450.00 Depositors 56,066.76
5,', Redemption Fund 312.00
595,94 1. 76 :
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF Till
SKCOND CIRCUIT, TKRR1TORY OF
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Kstate of J. KA
MAKKLK, late of Kauiaole, Kula, Maui
deceased, before Judge KINGSHURY.
Order of the Notice of Petition for
Allowance of Final Accounts and Dis
charge in this Kstate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of James L. Coke, Admiuis
trator of the Kstate of J. Kamakele, late
of Kama'de, Kula, Maui, deceased
where he asks to be allowed $243.60 and
he changes himself with $364.75, and
asks that the same niav be examined and
approved, and that a final order may be
made of Distribution of the property re
maining in his hands to the persons
thereto entitled, and discharging him
and his sureties from all further respon
sibililv as snch Administrator:
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 20th
day of Septeaiber, A. D. 1909, at 10
o'clock A. M. before the Jude 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 apear and
show cause, if any they have, why the
same should uot be granted, and may
present evidence as to who are entitled
to the said property. And that notice ot
this Order, iu the Knglish language, be
published in the "Maui News," a weekly
newspaper printed and published iu Wai
luku, Maui, for three successive weeks,
the last publication to be not less than
two wcks previous to the time therein
apxinted for said hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 13th day
of August, 1909.
(Sd.) S. H. KINGSHURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
(Sd.) Kiimtnd II. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Aug. 14,' 21, 2S. Sept. 4.
TKRRITORY OF HAWAII,
COILNTV !' MAI'I,
I, C. D. I.ufkiii, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of inv knowledge and belief.
C. D. IA FK1N, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd dav of July, 1909.
II. M. COKK, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
The undersigned, Tain Fee, announces
that he has takeu over the merchandise
business of T. Awana, Makawao, Maui,
from the 1st of July, 1909, on.
Aug. 2S. Sept. 4, 11, IS.
DR. J. J. CAREY
Ollici-, Sc li rn 1 c r Block
Wailuku, Maui, T. Fl.
Scrap Iron Co.
C. II. BROWN - - - MANAGER
Highest price paid for Old Hrass,
Scrap Iron and all metals.
Dealer iu Second-hand Machinery.
Tel. 642. P. O. llox 547.
A Chinese Gold Signet Ring, with three
Chinese characters engraved on same,
I has been lost 011 trip to Haleakala. Finder
I will please return to this office and receive
A gentleman's gold watch and fob has
been tost on the Camp 5 road between
Kahului and Camp 1. Finder will please
return to this office and receive suitable
reward. ' tf.
KAHULUI HARNESS SHOP
Maker of Saddles and
Satisfaction Guaranteed on all work.
D. E. NEWMAN, Prop.
Uime Jable-"OKahului Siailroad Co.
The following sfliodttli' will go into i fTcct July 1st, l!K)i).
M a 1. k k . vVah.uku
ANTONE B0R3A. Prop.
lire of poi'Uln r in a 1 a1 ol
CO DIALS. lllJANniKS
it'.i:'. KIKS. GINS
Celebrated Primo & Sef'.ie
25c 2 Glasses 25c
LODGE MAUI. No. US4. A. '. & A. M.
Stated meiM ini.'s will lu held at
Masanic Il.iil, Kjuului, nn the first
Saturday it'l't of e:ich mouth at 7.30
Visiting hivilireii are cordially in
vited to atii nil.
C. K. t'Ol'KLAND li. V. M.
t. f. Secretary.
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