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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1909
Use RED SEAL CARBONS for your TYPEWRITER
IT IS THE BEST
SOLD ONLY BY
Office Supply Co. of Honolulu or Merchandise Department, K. t. R. Co.
THE MAUI NEWS
I. II. Diivin ext'iTts to leave for Hilo
today on the Clmuline.
. Clinpin the contractor was a passenger
to Ilonolutu Wednesday.
Rend the new ad of the Kahulni Store
about the Royal typewriter.
WANTED Clenti wiping rags at this
The rules and regulations of the Malu
lani Hospital are published elsewhere in
Chus. Kerr left Wednesilny for Kauai
as assistants to the Corps of 1. S.
Rev. and Mrs. C. G. Burnham of La
haina Are guests for a few days of Rev.
aud Mrs. Dodge.
Why pay one hundred dollars or more
for a typewriter when you can get the
Royal Standard for $67.50.
Meet your best girl at the dance to be
given at the Town Hall 6n Saturday
eveuiug, October 30.
The monthly Ministers' School will be
held at the Paia Union Church, Tuesday,
Oct. 19th, at 8:30 iu the morning.
F. Hons of the Merchandise Depart
ment of the Kahulni Railroad Company
went to Honolulu Friday night and re
Richard Quiiui an assistant engineer of
the U. S. Engineers department hus com
pleted his survey of Kahulni harbor and
left Wednesday for Kauai.
As we go press we learn of the ac
cidental death of David Waiwaiole by a
car of sand falling on him. A coroners
jury is making an investigation.
Miss Mary do Rego celebrated her
birthday on Friday evening, Octolitr 8,'
with a luau to a number of friends at the
home of her father, Antone do Rego.
Auto Company wants
We have good cars and
ANTONE DO REGO,
A. Garcia has resigned as station agent
at Wailuku to become the manager of
the Iao Stables Co. Ltd. He was succeed
yesterday as station 4gent by Ah Yau of
the freight office of Kahulni.
Save your orders fr jewelry for J. D.
Kennedy of Hilo who will be here the
first week in November. His goods are
known to the residents of Maui and are
reasonable in price and of excellent
One dollar per doz Barred Koch, Black
Minorca, White Leghorn eggs for hatch
ing. Two dollars per nine Bronze Tur
Last night at the residence of Super
visor T. B. Lyons a farewell stag party
was given to Jas. L. Coke, who will
shortly leave for Honolulu. There was a
large uuiuber of his friends present and
an enjoyable time was had.
Sheriff W. E. Saffery took W. II. King
to the Asylum for the insane in Honolulu
Wednesday. W. II. King was at one
time Deputy Sheriff of Maui, He has
been failing foryearsandhiscommitmeut
is only what has been conceded to be in
evitable for sometime.
If you want to get a delicious poi luuch
come to the Town Hall at 12 o'clock
sharp on Saturday, Oct. 16. The ladies
of the Kaahumanu Church are going to
serve the best fifty cent luncheon this
town has ever tasted. Be sure to get
there on time, for there will he a jam.
J. Goldstein, commercial traveler sells
dry goods of all descriptions including
silks, satins, muslins, woolens. He sells
ready made goods for ladies aud geutle
meu. He will be here the latter part of
November aud will have a. big auction
sale. The date will be announced
Rev. Collins G. Burnham, for twenty
years pastor of the First Church iu
Cuicoce, Massachusetts, aud uow Agent
of the Hawaiian Board for the Lahaiua
side of Maui, will preach at the Wailuku
I'uion Church Sunday night, October 17.
The public are cordially invited to be
Under the direction of the Trustees of
the Kaahumanu Church, Wailuku, the
edifice is being substantially fitted up
with acetylene lights. It is expected by
the committee in charge that ttie lights
will be ready for use the coming Sunday
evening for the Christian Endeavor
Do you believe in education? Then at
tend the dunce and rale at the Town Hall
on the ,vth inst. The funds thus derived
will be used to erect a school building
for the St. Anthony's Girls school.
A mos'. satisfactory meeting was held
in the Wailuku Town Hall last night for
the purpose of organizing a Chamber of
Commerce for the County. We are
obliged to omit the account of the same
this week on account of legal advertise
ments. We expect to give a comprehen
sive outline of the same next week.
Case is 'Appointed
Tlie Board appointed D. II.
Case as County attorney Inst Fri
day evening to succeed James L.
There were 1ml two names
nominated Jndfie A. X. Kepoikai
and'D. II. Case. Kepoikai got the
support of the Democratic-Nome
Rule members while all thiee of
the'repnblican members supported
The record of Mr. Case is too
well known to need further com
Notice is hereby given that all proper
ty owners desirous of obtaining trees for
Arbor Day planting may obtain the same
by applying to the District Overseers of
their various districts on or before the
1st day November 1909.
Win. F. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
Oct. 16, 23, 30.
1-0 R KALE.
A good strong gentle horse broken to
harness and saddle, also one road cart in
good condition and one harness.
Enquire of Mrs. J. J. HAIR,
Agents, to sell Kaimuki Lots. Good
investment. Liberal terms and comtnis
siou. Best references required. Write
KAIMI KI LAND CO. LTD.
Honolulu, T. II.
A three-room cottage adjacent to the
Wailuku Depot. Rent reasonable. Apply
at First National Bank of Wuiluku.
Oct. 9, 16, 23, 30.
WALDEYER:- Octobers, 1909. To Mr.
and Mrs. C. Waldeyer, a son.
NELSON:- October 9, 1909. To Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Nelson, a daughter.
MO US Li AND SIGN
CARRIAGE AND AUTO
M.UtKfcT S. u... Waii.cktj
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full line of popular brands ot
Willi- KIKS, GIN'S
Celebrated Primo & Seatje
25c 2 Glasses 25c
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. That
a Petition has lieen filed iu my office by
It. R. Hitchcock and twenty-seven other
inhabitants of the County of Maui and
taxable therein, bearing date September
23d, 1909, addressed to the Hoard of
Supervisors of the County of Maui, pray
ing that the said Hoard of Supervisors
secure for the purpose of laying out n
public highway there over the following
strip of land situated at Honouliwai, Is
land of Molokai, County of Maui, Terri
tory of Hawaii, to wit:
"beginning at the South corner of the
well known large taro patch named 'Ku
maka' which was originally a portion of
Moaiiui Ranch reserved iu sale of Chas,
Dudoit to O. Tollefsen, and running by
true azimuths as follows:
I. 14S5 05' 34.8 feet iu tfiro patch,
2. On a curve to the right of 62 feet
radius, tangent to first coure, to north
eastern edge of taro patch, bearing and
length of chord being 30' 70.5 feet,
3. 1290 oo' 26.0 feet along Northeast
edge of taro patch;
4. Thence on a curve to the left of
feet radius, through taro patch to South
western edge of same, bearing and length
of chord being 12 4S' 73.5 feet; thence
5. 310 s 43' 6S.0 feet along South
western edge of taro patch to initial point,
and containing an area of 2375 square
Said property being owned iu common
by Adrian Dudoit and wile. Lucy Dudoit;
Mai cities Dudoit and wile Emma Dudoit;
I'eter Dudoit a minor; Morency Dudoit a
minor Adel Ku)ckamoku Lewis a minor;
and Jules Dudoit and wife Kahoolina
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that
said Petition aud all persons interest
therein will be heard by the Board of
Supervisors of the County of Maui at the
office of said Board of Supervisors in the
town of Wailuku, County of Maui, Terri
tory of Hawaii, at 1:30 o'clock F. M. on
Thursday, the 11th day of November A
Dated, October 8th, 1909.
Wm. F. KAAE,
County Clerk of the County of Maui,
and Ex-ofiicio Clerk of the Board of
Supervisors of said County.
Oct. 16, 23, 30. Nov. 6.
Era of Prosperity
Enjoyed by California.
Sun Francisco, Oct. 4. Business
conditions throughout California are
constantly improving, being evi
denced during the month of Septem
ber by tho increased bank clearings
of all the cities having clearine
houses. Reports received indicate
that uu era of prosperity has come
that is felt all over the State.
There is a notable improvement
of conditions throughout the! State,
owing'to a, large influx of buyers of
small farms. Substantial and flat
tering growth is in evidence in the
cities of the State.
The grape harvest is in full swing,
with heavy crops in all the wine
districts. Harvest of deciduous fruits
is drawing to a close, and has fully
borne out predictions. It is the
largest crop ever harvested in Cali
fornia. I'ricesjiave liven good in
The Lahaina JNational Bank
Chas. M. Cooke, President Win. Ilenning, Vice-President
W. L. Decoto, 2nd Vice-President A. N. llayselden, Director
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier V. C. SchotuberK, Asst. Cashier
A. Anlhcrg, Auditor
SEMI-AININUAL STATEME INT"
at close of business, June 30, lyix).
RIJSOVRCKS I I.IABII.ITIICS
Loans and Discounts J?4I.924-77 Capital Stock f j.s.ooo.oo
Cash and Due from Hanks 211,745.46 , Surplus and I'ndivided Truths.. l,o32.yS
llonds 16,059.03 ; Circulation 5,6511.110
fnited States Ilonds 6,250.00 , Dividends t'npaid ' S75.00
Treniium on U. S. limuls 2iki.ho , Due to Hanks 7.327.02
Furniture and Fixtures 1,450.00 Depositors 56,060.76
5i Redemption Tund 312.00'
TERRITORY OK HAWAII, i "
COl'NTV OF MACI, (
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the aliove named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge ami belief.
C. D. I.1I K1N, Cashier.
Subscrilied aud sworn to liefore me this 2nd day of July, 1909.
II. M. COKli, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
all lines, owing to shortage through
out the Kast and South, with con
sequently increased demand.
Initial steps have been taken by
the people of San Diego to celebrate
the opening of the Panama Canal
by an international exposition.
Arrangements are being complet
ed for the great I'mMa Festival in
in San Francisco October l'.l-j:'..
Demand for California municipal
and industrial sccuritcs has increas
ed, anil in addition to this large
amounts of capital are ohVring for
the development of land propo
sitions. The following summary gives Cali
fornia conditions from August' lilt to
Septemlicr 2S, inclusive:
City Rank Clearings
San Francisc 10!,74'.),G i:'..38
Los Angeles W,:r,o!)7.0.S
Sacramento No Report
San Dieg 4, 411,217. 150
Fresno 2,S(il,G(i 1,510
San Jose No Report
St icktoit No Report
San Francisco 1 ,7S,",01 1 .(X)
Los Angles l,I21,2ol.(KJ
Sacrament !l;,4 10.00
San Dieg ... 1!M,")7S.(I0
Fresn No Reiort
San Jose, .'. . No Report
Stockton No Report
San Francisco Cus
toms Receipts. . .)? 4.S7.0SO.N6
San Francisco Build
ing I rin it Since
the Fire lhi.l 13;t)75.00
San Francisco Real
Fstate Sales, .r)7");
M. M. PEREIRA
Lock and Gunsmith
Safe Combinations Changed and
repaired. Keys, Locks, Cuius, Re
volvers, Sewing Machines repaired.
Copper and Brass work. Plumbing.
With Oliveira's Blacksmith Shop, Main
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monument Works, Ltd
Honolulu T. H. '
IRON FENCE CHEAPER TliAS WOOD
We Sell iron Fence
WTiosfl Fence received tlio Highest 1
Award, "tiolfl itlcclal," World's
rair, m. j.oui.x, j'.ki-j.
The most economical fence you can
buy. 1'ricpleiM lliana respectable wood
fence. Why wit replace, your old one
now, withaucat, attractive lltox KKNLK,
"LAST A I.II-KTIIK.
Ovor 110 ilfKiuns itt Tri.n t-Vii( Iron Kluwtr
vane, neiiteN, cu. thu 11 !u our i-ntalnKuuu.
. LMW rnt'H Tvl'l Suriri You.
OAl.t. M.K VS.
Canned milk is growing in popularity nil over the world.
This because it is sterilized and can be depended upon for clean
liness and purity. The most popular of all tinned mijk is the
YOUR (JROCKR SELLS IT.
H. Hnokfeld & Co., Ltd,
EASTMAN FILMS and
PRBMO FILM PACKS
Put tip iu Tin Tubes to protect them from the tropical weather.
Seed, Hammer and Cramer Plates
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
INVEST IN HONOLULU
"Yon man invest in real estate, suburban real estate.-'
"Honolulu is to he a great city. I want to buy a lot."
OoxtiitKssMAN .Iamks Mt I.ai hi.ax of California.
We call your attention to the above statements, one
from one of the world's wealthiest ami rreatost men
and the other from a member of our recent Congress
ional party and then announce the organization of
this company for the purpose of handling Kaimuki
property recently acquired from the Gear, Lansing &
Three Hundred Lots in the Healthful
Cool, Ocean View Kaimuki District
will be placed upon the market at once at prices that
will bo attractive to both homebuilder and investor.
A :ood investment with liberal terms. For full par
KAIMUKI LAND CO., Ltd.
Rooms 37 & 38 Alexander Young Mg. HONOLULU, T. H.
Dli. J. J. CAKEY
in; nt 1st
Ollicc, S c h r a d e r I '.luck
Wailuku, Maui, T. 1L
WFi HAVE THI5M I.N ALL IZBS
Power of Attorney.
IlnriiiK in v al.si-ni f from the Territory
A. K. Tmj; ami W t.jij- Tim will act for
11 ie with full iwrr of attorneys.
;. AH KlUi.
July to January.