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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1910
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UU YS AND SfcLLS- UKAI. KSTATE, STOCKS A UONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LI KB INSURANCE .
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTGAGES
SECURES INVESMKNTS ,
S A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
5 HONOLULU," HAWAII
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Best quality for the money
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us. Our departments are always well stocked with
the best and freshest of goods. We mean just what
we say. Call at our store and be convinced that you -can
save tim and money by dealing with us.
The JjAiiAiNfV. store
. Dry Goods, Groceries, Hoots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
WE HAVE THEM IN ALL SIZES
EASTMAN FILMS and
PRBMO FILM PACKS
Put up in Tin Tubes to protect them from the tropical weather.
Seed, Hammer and Cramer Plates
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
A NEW FRAME
MAKES A NEW PICTURE
Let us re-frame yours.
Large assortment of
latest designs in picture
moulding Just received
per S. S. Hyades.
All kinds of picture framing
done at reasonable rates.
A Home for the Feet not Prison.
Has room for all five toes to lie jx rfectty in
their natural positioiw. : : ;
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
10D1 FORT STREET,
CfECIAL TO THE MAUI ,tWC
Forest Fires Continue.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 20. Five Companies of Federal troops, in
addition to civil authorities are fighting foret fires at lllacier l'ark, on
the Black foot reservation.
PORTLAND, Aug. 20. Forest fires are raging in Southern Ore
gon and Washington. Troops called out.
SPOKANE, Aug. 22 The town-of Wallace lut been destroyed by
fire. Fifty persons thought to Jiave penciled. - The line of lire ia Efty
miles long and tlioiiiuiiln have been made homele.
SPOKANE, Aug. 23. The situation throughout the Northwest
hns been rendered acute, ah a result of the damage and low of life
from forest (ires. Up to the present time fifty persons are known to
have perished, over 100 more are missing, and over 200 have been in
jured fighting the fires. Many towns have been destroyed.
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 22 Word has l.een received here that
Uranada, Nicaragua, has been captured by the inxiirgfiiis.
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 23. Manngiia, the capital of Nicaragua,
a city of about 30,000 piople, has fallen into the hinds of the ttisui
gents. A new government has been organized.
TOKYO, Aug. 22 The British Cruiser Bedford, the flagship of
the Squadron on the China Station, is aground. Japanese Cruisers
have been despatched to the rescue.
LONDON, Aug. 23. The British Cruiser Bedford, which ran
aground on the coast of Japan, is a total loss.
, WASHINGTON, Aug. 20. At a conference of Western Governors,
it was decided to send a delegate to the conservation congress."
SEATTLE. Aug. 20. Parties reluming fro n an attempt to climb
Mt. McKinley claim it would have been impossible for Cook to have
reoched the lop '
NEW YORK, Aug 20. Mayor Ganor is mpidly recovering. He
will leave the hospital in about one week
SAN JUAN DEL SUR. Aug 22. President Madriz litis resigned
in favor of lien. Estrada, a brother f the insurgent lender.
OAKLAND Aug. 23. The first passenger train over tin- W - tern
Pacific was stal led today, and was the occasion of a great demooMia
MISSOULA. Mont., Aug. 23. Twenty-four railroad bridges have
been destroyed, and over 2000 refugee are at this place.
SAN FUANCISCO, Aug. 23. -Two deserters from the U. S. Navy,
took passage on the steamer Buckman to Oregon. When off Cape
Blanco they killed the Captain, and attempted to run the ship ashore.
NEW YORK, Aug. 23. President Taft yesterday assured Roose
veil that the White House had nothing to do with the recent defeat of
the laUer for chairman of the Republican State Convention.
Another Mare's Nest.
HONOLULU, Aug. 20. The committee of the Republican Cen
tral Committee, .who were investigating the charges against Lonin An
drews, claim they have unearthed a plot to turn the party over to the
liquor interests, and then to have the elections carried by the Demo
crats. vJoe Cohen charges perjury.
HONOLULU. Aug. 22. At the Republican Committee hearing
Saturday, affidavits' were introduced showing that Cohen had admitted
before six business men that Lorrin Annrews agreed to become a traitor
to J. P. Cook for $25,000. He was to guarantee that no Prohioition
plank would be in (he Republican platform this fall. The affidavits
were signed by Buehley, Bartlett, O'Neal, Scully and others. Young
Rowatt, an employee of the Brewery has admitted, having drawn a
draft on the Italian-Swiss Colony of California for 1500, which was
paid t'n Andrews for his services against Cook. Cohen admits having
paid Andrews, but claimed it was for personal services. Andrews says
he never received the $500 in question. The Democrats deny any con
uection with the matter. Under oath Col. McCarthy admitted that
the affidavits had been in his possession for several months, and. were
to have been used by the Democrats iu the coining elections.
HONOLULU, Aug. 23. The committee of investigation into the
charges against Lorrin Andrews, by a vote of 4 to 2, has1 exonerated
Andrews. Atkinson, Lane and Andrews have resigned from the Re
publican Central Committee. . t
A young son of the Iat9 Capt. Dower, fell from the second story
window at Aliiolani College, yesterday, and was killed.
A Chinese merchant was held up and robbed in hig King street
store, last night by two Porto Ricans, Robbers escaped
The Federal Government will accept no more lands in the Islands
without condemnation proceedings. The titles are not clear enough
for Uncle Sam.. '
The sea continues to uash away the beach at Waikiki
Capt. Fuller died here on Saturday.
The American-TIawraiian Companv may be penalized for allowing
Waller. President n' the Beef Trust to ship as Purser on freight steam
er in order to avoid law aeainst carrying passengers without a license.
Hawaii may get $10,000 of the 12,000,000 appropriated for the
Waeda defeated the Marines in the final game here, 4 to 2. They
sal) for home today.
There i likelv to be many arresta of those who have been taking
material off the ship Helga.
Henry Thurston Taylor, who i connected wi(h the Oahu and
Hilo railroads died yesterday, after brief illness.
Kauai won the polo game from Maui on Saturday 7J4 to 6.
A Realty Club was formed yesterday, and a subsidiary affair waa
organized to boost the population of Honolulu to 100,000.
Ernest Woodhouse has been appointed Superintendent of Immi
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
i , .
C. II. Cooke, President W. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President
D. II. Case, 2nd Vice-President R. A. Wadsworth, Director
C. 1). Lufkin, Cunhier A. Anllier;, Auditor
J. Garcia, Asst. Cnsliier ,,
EIGHTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
at the close of business, June 30, 1910 ,
RESOURCES I LIABILITIES
Loans and Discounts $isqVv5.12 Capital Stock. - S 35.ooo.oo
Cash and Due from Hanks 68.jt8o.it; Surplus
United Slates Hotels 25,000.00 Undivided Profits...
Other Bonds, quickly con- I Due to hanks
veuiuie 6a, 838.53! Dividends unpaid.,
Banking House, Furiiiluru.etc s, 900.00 Circulation
5 Redemption Fund 1,150.00! Depositors...;
E. &. O. K. .
CD. LUFKIN Cashier.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII. L,. , '
COUNTY OF MAUI, 0 '
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above named bnnk, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
' C. ). LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30th day of June, 1910.
, J.N K. KEOLA, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
We Sell These.
You want the best. Are you rue.ty .
for it this season?
We art prepared as never t'efore to m JL mir
wants in vehicles and harne&s. There I noth
ing superior to what we ara thowing, Intnste,
strle tJ service. Absolute honesty In n:uk
an' awrial. Yon will agree w'tenwe.tell yoo
IT'S THE FAMOUS
No matter what you want it It's a hsroeasor
something that runs rn wheels, we've
(01 it or will quickly get it .
Coav la ad crura with us. Everybody kooers
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
. Tbs StwMbakar nstneplste on a vahloVa
Is iu guarantee. Don't forget this.
Notice to Home8tead?r.
Petition (or the opening of Govern
ment lands must .tie made ou bluuks is
sued by the Commissioner of Public
Lauds, copies of which may be obtained
in person or -M ill be mailed on reqetist, at
the office of the Sub-Agent or at the of
fice of the Commissioner of Public lauds
Dated at Honolulu, August 10, 1910.
. Commissioner of Public Lands.
Aug. 20, to Oct. 8. .
To whom It may Concern. .
Notice! Bunrfl 01 i-ublic Litnds.
The following documents unsigned
were received by the sjouimissioncr of
Public Lands on Friday .h,e ,12th day of
August, 1910. Said documents, being
unsigned, tke persons writing the same
are requested to Communicate with the
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, August 12, 1910.
Commissioner of Public Lauds.
To the Commissioner of Public Lands,
Territory of Hawaii.
We the undersigned, citizens of the
United States and of the Territory of Ha
waii, residing at Kula in the district of
Makawao, Island of Maui, do hereby
make application for the opening of the
following tracts of public lands in the
district of Makawao, on the island of
Maui, for settlement in accordance with
the act of Cougress approved, May 27,
1910, and request that you proceed to
survey the same, advertise and open for
1. That portion of Waiakea-Alae 3 and
4, containing 365 acres.
2. The remnant of Alae 3 and 4, lying
makai of the government road and con
taining 310 aces. . '
3. The Kealahou.
Dated Aug. 3, 1910. "
Name " . Age. - P. O.
To the Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. '
I the undersigned, a qualified voter of
this Territory, a tax paver and a resident
of Kula, in the district of Makawao, on
the island and county of Maui, do here
by apply for the general lease of the
pastoral lauds of Waiphuli and Keokea,
in the district of Makawao, Maui, lying
mauka pf the homestead tract, and be
low the-forest reserve, containing 1300
ai'res more or less, for the term of..
years at a rent of f 145 per annum.
Dated Aug. 2nd, 1910, Waiakoa, P. O.
Aug. 20, 27.
Notice is hereby giVen that any person
or persons wishing to cross my lauds at
Omaopio, Kula, Maui, must first get my
permission. Otherwise they will be
prosecuted for trespass to the limit of the
Kula, Maui, July 1, lyio.
July 2nd to Oct. 1st. t
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing applications are before this Board
for Consideration. All persons desiring
to objvet because the lands named should
be homesteaded, or otherwise, are re
nuested to nreseut such obiectirms tn thia
1 r ,
Board in writing, or in person on October '
8th, 1910, at 2 p. m. at the Executive
Building. Honolulu. T. H.
ISLAND OF MAUI:
General lease of Government lands ia
" ' t -.
in HouuhuIh; Grazing lauds, area 10230
acres; Upset Rentnl f 200 per year; Appli
cation for lease, J. H. Raymond.
J. F. BKOWN,
Secretary, Board of Publ c Lands.
Aug. 13 Oct. 1.
Olelo Hoolulia: Papa o tin Aina '
Ke hoolabaia aku nel ua waihoia mai
keia mau noi e noonooia e keia Papa.
Ona kanaka apau e makemake ana e.
kue no ke kuuiu ua ntakemakeia na aina
i hoikeia i mau aina home liilii, a no ke
kahi kumu e ae pah a, ke koiia aku nei e
waiho mai i ua' mau kuiuu kue ala iuiua
o keia Papa ma ke kakau, a i ole ma ka
hele kino ana ae ma ka la 8 o Okntoba,
1910, hora 2 o ka auina la, ma- ka Hale
Mana Hqoko, Honolulu, T. H.
MOKUPlfs'I O MAUI:
Hoolimalima pili laula i na Aina Au
puni o Maluaka, Mooiki, Mooloa. Kana-
iar a pela aku ma Honuuula, He aina
haimi holoholona, uona ka ili he 10230
Ekn; Uku hoolimalima $200 o ka maka
hiki; Mea makemake hoolimalima, J. H.
J. F. BROWN.
Kakauolelo, Papa o na Aina Aupuni."
Avisoi Junta De Terras Pulicas.
Aviso e por este meio daiio que as se
guintes applicacoes estao perante esta
Junta paia cousideracao. Todas as pes
soas que desejarem por obejeccao porque
as terras nieucionadas devem ser domi
ciliadas (para homesteades) ou de outra
forma, suo, requesitadas a appreseutarem
taes obejeccoes a esta Junta por escripto
ou em pessoa no dia 8 de Outubro de 1910
as duas horas da tarde no Edificio Exc
utivo, Honolulu, T. H, -ILHA
Arrendamento geral das terras do
Governo on Maluaka, Mooiki, Mooloa
Kanaia, etc. em Honuaula; terras pastol
raes, area 10230 acres; Renda aprecada
em f 2ooporanuo; Applicaote ao arrenda
mento, J, H. Raymond,
' . , J. P. BROWN.
Secretano da Junta de Terras Publicas
Aug. 13. Oct. I. .
Fresh Roasted Peanuts
always on Land
Orders takun for
Fruits. Nuts und Cigars.
Ice Cold Drinks