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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1909
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered at the Tost Office at Wailukii, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday.
Maul Publishing: Company, Limited.
Proprietors and Hubllher
SimscirnoN Uatks, IN Apvanck -2.o() pT Year. 1.'0 Six Months
1 1 il H ll Coki
Governor MciiiIhts of tin
Slights Maul, ernor Krear tried
pany him to lhmolulu whiMi ho passed
TJ,.it . nii.nU r i if tin- n.niv liil ias
11,1 1 tl HOIII-' - ..- J 4- - - 1 t
the governor gets tlic credit for the slight.
The governor hail itniortant Im-iness to attend to in Honolulu ami hi
passing Maui can he overlooked under the circumstances, l.ut we cannot
overlook the fact that he tried to get nieiiihcrs of the ( 'ongre-si. mat party
to slight us and did succeed in getting some of them to do so.
(iovernor Frear is not and never was a man of the people. He seems
to lie inihued with the all importance of a few while he i ngnies the
claim of Honolulu to most every thing to the exclusion . if all other parts
of the territory.
His attitude in the Kapaa land deals have shown that he ha- no sym
pathy with the American plan to open up land for home huilders.
Every day hrings fourth evidence that President I'oosevelt made a fatal
mistake so far as the territory is concerned when he took from the heneli
a most successful judge to make a colossal failure as a governor.
Members of Congressional
Party Locked Out.
It is oflicinlly denied that Frank
Woods kicked in the front door of
Demosthenes place at Hilo in order
to obtain shelter and food for him
self ond some others of the Con
gressional party. He didn't kick
the door at all; he simply put his
foot against it and shoved, and the
door Hew open. It couldn't help
And thereby hangs a tale. And
therefrom has resulted a very
merry row and much ill feeling to
ward Hilo which Hilo itself does
not at all deserve but which is all
due to the hone headed ness of one
man, if the accounts of the return
ed travelers may be credited.
The story that has dtifted up
from the l!ig Island with the ad
vance guard of J he Congressional
party who came in last Sunday
starts from up the llatnakua road.
Ed Lord, it seems, made Hie mis
take of trying to run his automo
bile between a drove of mules and
a mountain. The space between
was less than the width of the
motor car. and he couldn't move
the mountain, and as a result,
Lord was obliged to abandon his
machine and hike for the nearest
telephone, where he called u
Manager Hoss and told him his
troubles. Ross, like the good fellow
he is, promptly reponded by send
ing a chugbubble to the rescue of
the marooned travelers.
Meantime, the rest of the party
had gone on to Hilo, and when
they got there, they told Chairman
Bucklaud, of the Reception Com
mittee, of the pilikia In which
Lord and his party were, stating
that they would probably be along
litickland realized that Lord.
Frank Thompson and Frank
Woods were probably gnawing
their patience ami their lingeii
somewhere out on the Hamakua
road and that they would arrive at
Hilo af'er midnight with appetites
such as John 1). Rockefeller would
give a million to posses. So he
went to I'auos, who runs Demos,
theues Hilo phue in the abscneeof
the genial propietor, and explained
the situation. He engaged rooms
fi r the belated t raveleis and agreed
with Panos that the latter should
see to it that Lord, Thompson and
Woods were fed when they arrived.
Huckl.ind insisted that unless this
were perfectly understood, he him
self would wait up for the belated
ones and see to it that they were
made comfortable. Hut he was
told that there was no necessity of
his doing this, so be went off to
Sometime after midnight Lord
und his party reached Hilo und
went at once to the hotel. It was
t'.rtltor nnd manoner
SEPTKMKEU 18. 1 i0i
Congressional party say that !v
to get a numlier f them In accom
hy Maui the early part of tlii
tw lv is a well known fact ami
lark. They knocked at the door.
No response. They knocked some
more. Still no response. Then
thev took to heating on the door,
hut nobody came. Frank Woods
hungry, dry and sleepy, acted in
the only way that promised to
bring results. He placed a foot
against the outer door anil shoved.
The door opened, suddenly and
with a crash, and the party enter
ed. Everything was dark.
They set up a cry for food, hot
food and plenty of it. Entered the
temporary proprietor, his hair on
end, his countenance expressing
outraged amazement that any one
should dare to disturb the quiet of
Hilo at such an hour. Hot he did
not set forth viands, either wet or
dry. Instead, he rushed to the
telephone and called up Sheriff
Fetter and made loud and vocifer
ous complaint of the roysterers who
were disturbing bis slumbers. Slier
iff Fetter told him where he could
go to a place with a climate some
what like that of the crater of 11a
letnaumau. lut the outraged
Creek refused to feed his guests
Meanwhile, Congressman Batch
feld had been aroused by the rack
et, and he came down in his paja
mas to find out what was happen
ing. When the situation was ex
plained, he remarked tersely that if
the hotel could not entertain hi
friends, it could not entertain him
and he went up stairs again and
packed lug belongings and came
buck, and the entire party wander
ed forth into the blackness of a
Hilo night in search of a place
where they might lay their headv
After wandering around the sol
einn streets for a while, they espiei
a liirht up one of the valleys, am
recoi noitering, lln v found It came
from a cottage occupied by tw
youths. They knocked and explain
eil their predicament. That wa
enough. The two boys promptly
threw open the door and asked
ii'in in, and then proceeded to get
out a trying pan, si on- nam, eggs
and whatever i Ise their hl'der pi
vided, and set out a fca.-t that to
the famishing travelers looked the
tiest ot anything thev had ever
seen. I hey ate it to the last crumi
ri.cn, as there was no room h
them to sleep in the cabin, the
set forth again, and after wander
ing through the oppressive and
Mvglan Maekncss ot II Ho tor a
while, tumid a hclalfii liacKinan
who took them out to senator
linker's, where thev were mad
comfortable for the night
lint Frank Woods didn't kick
ihal door in. He nnlv nut his foot
against it and shoved. Advertise
( hi tlie 30th ult., mi interlocutory de
cree of divorce was granted tv Judge
Robert M. Clarke, of the Superior Court
of the County of Ventura, California
the case of Annette L. llui.lv vs. William
L. Hardy. Alining the grounds set forth
in the complaint were those of cruelty
aud failure to provide.
Hilo Stakes will
Not be Taid.
Hilo, Sept. 11.- The committee
selected to arbitrate Hilo's Fourth
of July racing muddle came to a
decision today when the award of
the arbitrator was signed, as fol
lows: "We, the undersigned committee
of arbitration, appointed to decide
disputed iiestions relative to rac
ing run at Hooluiu Park, Hilo.
July ", UMI'.I, report onr linal eon
elusions as follows:
liaee No. 1 The ruling of the
judges by which the jockey of
Webber was ruled off the track,
was erroneous, and the owner of
Adrian and Webber properly e.xer-
cised Ills riglil lo oeciare 10 win
i i . . 1 i .
ith Adrian, and the action of the
jockey in making no effert to win
ith Webber, was proper,
ltace No. Entrance fees to be
turned to Hanonica and Major
Collier ami balance of entrance
fees in the sum of s?."i to ')e given
to Webber and purse shall not be
Race No. 1 Purse to be given to
Kaces li, 7, S and I) No races,
and all entrance fees to be return
ed. The only 'rule which was im
posed upon the judges at the meet
ing, was that published in the
papers by which four or more
horses must enter, and three or
four must start. In this race there
were not three starters, and, there
fore, no races.''
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARIiNLUS.
Honolulu, T II., Sept. 14. lSMl'J.
TI10 following affects the Li-t of
Lights, lluoys, and Daymarks,
Twelfth Light-House Subdislriet,
10(H), paje 13.
Maui Island. Noitherly Side.'
Wailuku Coast. Buoys Establish
ed September I), 1!)0!I, as follows:
Spartan Ueef Hell liuoy, 1, in HO
feet of water, to mark Spartan
Ueef, Fly side of the approach to
Puniawa Point, tangent 7t) 1-2
deg. true (WXW l lti W mag.)
Puuncne Hill, lJ.i deg. Hue (SE
3-1(1 E mag.)
Kahului Hreal; water, tangent
outer i iil 'l i 1-2 (leg. true (M
5-10 W mag.)
Molokai Island, tangent eastern
end, :J10 deg true (NW by W 5-19
Waihee Ueef Whistling liuoy, 2.
in 102 feet of water, lo mark Wai
hee Reef, W'ly side of the approach
to Kahului HarOor.
Puniawa I Vint, tangent SI) deg.
true (E nv N mag.)
Puuncne Hill, 121 deg. true (SE
by E 1-4 E mag.)
Kahului Breakwater, tangent
outer end Kin deg. true (SSE 1-8
Mokeehia, tangent 1122 deg. true
(NW 1-4 W mag )
By order of the Li-.:ht-Hoilse
V. S. HOl'STON,
Lieutenant, U. S. X , Assistant
to the Inspector, 12lh L. II. Dis
W. (. Aikens are at Idh
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monument Works, Ltd
Honolulu T. H.
1 We Ssiiliosi Fence
Whoso Feiii'O received tho ITiphost 1
Award. "Clolri Mvtlill." World's
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Tlio 1. 1. t e, o: lemieul fenre you can
bay. !' i. i- less 1I1.11, a respectable wood
fi iieo. Wliv l ot replace your old one ,
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CH.i.. JLSlt bfcL IS
IN TI1K C1RCUT COURT ! TIIH
sk.cond ciRcrir, tkkritory ok
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Kslale of KAIMI-
OLA NAKOOKOO GRAY, of Kalaupa-
pa, Molokai, Territory of Hawaii, deceas
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for
On Reading nnd Filing the Petition of
James A. Thompson, as Guardian of the
persons and estate of Sarah Nakuokoo
and Amy lklene Nakuokoo otherwise
known as of Amy Ilelene Thompson
minors, alleging that Kaimiola Nnkookoo
Oray, of Kalatipapa, Molokai, died in
testate at Kulaupapa, Molokai, on the
loth d.iy of July, A. I). leaving pro
perly in the Hawaiian Islands necessary
to he administered upon, and praying
that Letters of Administration issue to
the Petitioner, said James A. Thompson
ot Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
It is ordered that Wednesday, the 2yth
day of Scplemher, A. 1). 1909, at loo'cloek
A. M., he and hereby is appointed for
hearing said Petition in the Court Room
of this Court at Wailuku, Maui, at which
time and place all pcrsonsconcerued may
appear and snow cause, if any they have
why said Petition should not be granted.
and that notice ol this order be published
in the Knglish language for three succes
sive weeks in the "Maui News," a weekly
newspaper printed and published in Wai
luku, Maui, the last publication lo be not
less than ten days previous to the time
therein appointed for hearing.
Dated nt Wailuku, Maui, August 2 (Hi,
(Signed.) S. RKINGSIU'RY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Attest: ' Kiimi'xd II. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the 2nd
Aug. 2.S, Sept. 4, II, iS. N
The Hoard of License Commissioners
for the County of Maui, will hold a meet
ing at the public room in the Masonic
Temple, at Kahului, on Tuesday, the 2Sth
day of September, 1909, at 2 p. 111 to
consider the application of K. Paahao fur
a Second-Class License, Saloon, to sell
intoxicating liquors tit H um Maui, in a
building situated on the government road
in the village of Hana and tuakai of the
of the Chin Kee Hotel, under the provi
sions of act i 19, Session Laws of 1907.
All protests or objections against the
issuance of a license under said applica
tion should be tiled with the Secretary of
the Hoard not later than the lime set for
September 3rd, 1909.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Sec'y, Board of License Commissioners.
Notice is hereby given -that Mr. W. F.
Pogne will act f r me during my absence
from the Territory, under full power of
Wailuku, September 2, 1909.
ROBERT H. DINEOAR M. D.
HOUSE AND SIGN
CARRIAGE AND AUTO
Wanted: Young Cockerels in (plan
HALE PUI.E RANCH,
LODtiL MAUI, No. 1)84. A. Is. & A. M
Stated ineeiintrs will he held al
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the lirst
Saturday night of each month at .'Ml
V. M. ,
Vis'lUng brethren are p rilially in
viteil to ui tend.
U. K. COIM'M.AND U. W. M.
t. f. Secretary.
AL.OIIALOOCE: NO. IS KNU.MTS
Regular meetings ill be held at the
Knights of Pythias H ill, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting meiuliers are cordially in
vited to atleml.
WM. A ULT, C. C.
JOHN J. WALSH, K. OF R. & S.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Clias. M. Cooke, President
1). H. Case, 2nd Vice-President
C. 1). Lufkin, Cashier
at the close of business, June 30, 1909
RF.SOl'RCKS ' LIABILITIES'
Loans and Discounts $140,045.53
Itonds 34,710.00 !
United States Honds 25,000.00
Premium on 1. S. lionds 4011.00
Cash and Due from Hanks 72,049.78
Hanking House, furniture, etc 0,450.00
5. Redemption Fund 1. 250.(10
&. O. K.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, )
COUNTY OK MAM, 1'
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier ol the above
above statement is true lo tile best of my
Subscribed and sworn to before me
The Lahaina National Bank
Clias. M. Cooke, President Win. ltenning, Vice-President
W. L. Decoto, 2nd Vice-President A. N. Hayselden, Director
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier V. C. Schoenberg, Asst. Cashier
A. Aalberg. Auditor
at close of imsiness, June 30, 1909.
Loans and Discounts
Cash and Due lroni Hanks. .,
United Stales Ponds
Premium on U. S. Honds
Furniture anil Fixtures
5,, Redemption Fund
. 29,745.4(1 ;
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
COt'XTV OF MAfI,
I, C. I). Lufkin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true lo the liest of inv knowledge and belief.
C. I). LUFKIN. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd dav of Julv, 1909.
II. M. COKE, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
The undersigned, Tain Fee, announces
that he has taken over the merchandise,
business of T. Awana, Makawuo, Maui,
from the 1st of July, 1909, on.
Aug. 2.S. Sept. 4, II, IS.
Scrap Iron Co.
C. II. HROWN - - - MANACER
Highest price paid for Old Brass,
Scrap Iron and all metals.
Dealer in Second-hand Machinery.
Tel 642. P. O. Hox 547.
KAHULUI HARNESS SHOP
Maker of Saddles and
Satisfaction Guaranteed on all work
Uimc Cfablc Uialiuliii Siailroad Co.
Tlie following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 190!).
I "Pass. I I
CLASS j Pass. Pass. Pass. Pass. j.-rt Freight Freight
STATIONS No. I No. 2 No. 3 Ko 4 No. 5 j No. 6 No. 7
A. M. A. M. P. M. T. M. A. M. I P. M. A. M.
Kahului Lv. (' 1') 7 SO 1 20 I! 10 1 ! -15
I'litnieiie Ar. li 2.) SOD' 1 :,() :j 20 ! loot)
I'uiineiie Lv. i :;o s 10 1 10 ; 2". 1 10 :;o
Kahului Ar.l (i -10 S 20 1 oO j 10 4a
Kahului Lv. a r,o 2 00 : I
Wailuku Ar.; 7 02 1 2 12 i
Wailuku LvJ 7 10 1 2 20 1
Kahului Ar. 7 22 ' 2 :52 j
Kahului Lv.1 7 2". 2' 2 10 2' : 11 .",0
Sprci kelsvillc l.v.l 7 :!7 ! 2 "2 10 00
l'aia Ar. 7 "0 5. i :$ 0f 10 .-
l'aia Lv. S 00 5 li lo ' 10 -15 !
Sprcekrlsville Lv. SL' I ; oO i !
Kahului Ar. S 27 :l 12 11 lo ! k
Kahului Lv. s :so ; : a: -; 1 1 00
Wailuku Ar. S lo S j -1 00 ! j 1 lo
Wailuku Lv !MX) : I 1 (l." : ! ! 1 l"
Kahului Ar.! S) L" . -I 17 . i 2 1"
Kahului Lv.i 1 20 '
Spreekcisviilo Lv i 1 :'.2 r: ' I
l'aia Ar 1 An . j 1
l'aia Lv . i -1 .'.0 .
Spreekcisviilo Lv ! " O.l
Kahului Ar. ' oj" '
Kahului Railroad Co.
, AG ENTS ROR
ALKXANHKU HALDWIX, LTD.;
ALLXANDKII A HALDWIX, LTD., Line of Sailing Vessels het ween
San Francisco and Hawaiian l'orts;
AMERJCAX-1IAWA11AN STEAMSHIP CO.
BANK OF WAILUKU
W. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President
R. A. Wadsworth, Director
A. Aalberg, Auditor
Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits 2h.403.63
Circulation 3. 997-5
Dividends I npaid 1,400.00
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
this and dav of Julv, 1909.
COUIi, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
Capital Stock f 25,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits.. 1,022.98
Dividends Unpaid 875.00
Due M Hanks 7,327.02
Dli. J. J. CAREY
Ollicc, Sch ruder P.lock
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
A Chinese Oold Signet Ring, with three
Chinese characters engraved on same,
has been lost on trip to Haleakala. Finder
will please return to thisoffice and receive
A gentleman's gold watch and fob has
been lost on the Camp 5 road between
Kahului nnd Camp 1. Finder will please
return to this office and receive suitable
D. E. NEWMAN, Prop.