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THE MAUI NEWS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1913.
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
26S market Street, San Traneiseo, California.
SAN FRANCISCO -:- PUGET SOUND
Steamer I-'nvp Plicr.T SOUND llmw.il. m lnt.imlH Arrive VflVaOP
Oll,aillW H F. Arrive !.. Arrive I.rave S. F.
I.nrlitif J:m. 7 Jim. i t Jim. 21 Jim. 29 54
Ilvitilos Jan. 9 Jan. 12 Jan. 18 Jan. 2S Feb. 5 I"el. 15 33
Kiitirprise... Jan. 1 1 Jim. 19 Jan. 29 l'eli. H uxi
WillHlmiiia .. Jan. 15 Jan. 21 Jan. 29 1 eb. 4 39
IIiMinlnlaii.... Jan. 21 Jan. 2S I'tb. 4 l'ul). 12 2.S
""ilonian Jan. 30 Ft-I. 2 Vi-b. S 1Y1. 17 I-Vb. 26 Mar. 6 67
'-'"line I-Yb. 4 Vvb. II 1-ub. IS I'eb. 26 55
W'illn-lniina .. IV!,. 12 Fob. iS l i b. if, Mar. 4 40
KnUTprisir... Fib. 15 Feb. 23 Mar. 5 Mar. 15 mi
lkuiululan.... Feb. i.S Feb. 25 Mar. 4 Mar. 12 26
1I va.Ics Feb. 2.1 Feb. 23; Mar. 1 Mir. 11 Mar. 19 Mar. 29 34
'"line Mar. 4 Mar. 11 Mar. 18 .Mar. 26 56
V'ilhelmiiia... M ir. 12 Mar. i3 Mar. 26 Apr. 1 41
IIilonian .Mar. 13 .Mar. ! ft Mar. 22 Mar. 31 Apr. 9 Apr. 17 68
IIciichilan... Mar. iS Mar. 25 Apr. 1 Apr. 9 27
'Kntcrprise... Mar. 22 Mar. 311 Apr. 9 Apr. 19 102
I.iirline Apr. 1 Apr. '.8 Apr. 15 Apr. 23 57
IIvades Apr, 3 Apr. ft Apr. 12 Apr. 22 Apr. 30 May 10 35
Willii linina... Apr. 9 Apr. 15 Apr. 2.1 Apr. 29 42
llonolnlan pr. 15 Apr. 22 Apr. 29 May 7 28
"Hilonian Apr. 24 Apr, 27 May 3 May 12 .May 21 May 29 69'
KtitLTpric... Apr. 26 May 4 May 14 May 24 103
I.nrlini' Apr. 29 May ft May 13 May 21 58
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. WIUIKLMINA.. ..
S. S. lA KUNK
S. S. IIONOI.IT.AN
S. S. KXTERPRISE
S. S. JH APES I
S. S. II I EON I AX (
.To Honolulu iiml Hilo.
. To I loiiolulu Mini K:iliultii.
To 1 loiiolulu Mini Kitliuhii.
.To llilji direct.
To Honolulu mikI all 1 I.iwuiian Port.
Indicates tluit steamer curries coniliustililcs and freight only (no
Subject to Change
This wonderful car at so low a price has now arrived
See C. J. SCHOENING & CO.- expert auto
mobile repairers, for Catalogs and other details.
Lorrin K. Smith
Wo meet till steamers.
Furniture, Piano Moving, arc
Auto Truck Quick Delivery 210 l-lliono--24G4.
Hawaiian Express Co.
Nuuanu and Queen Sts.
A Home for the Feet not Ji Prison.
Has room for all live toes to lie perfectly in
their i latum I positions. . ; ;
NUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
'UT)1 FORT STREET, :
(SPECIAL TO Tlin MAUI NBW.
HONOLULU, Jan. 0. ft is reported from Washington that CioV
ernor Froiir has no chance of being reappointed.
The alarming number of divorce eases among Jnpaneee i? leading
to an investigation of the "picture bride" practice.
An injured Hraiiinn of the schooner "Sulvator'' has libelled the
The Democrats passed a resolution last night that no person who
was not a member of the party before election, is to be given a position.
1 wo Chinese speakers, en route to China, addressed a meeting at
Aala Park last night. As they are opposed to Dr. Sun Yet San, they
were nearly mobbed hy the crowd.
Waiahia plantation will pay f per cent dividend this year.
Daniels and Duke Kahanamoku may meet in a swimming race.
HONOLULU, Jan. 8. Governor Froar and party returned yes
terday. They had exciting experiences with man-eating sharks and
shot many of them with rifles.
Treasurer Conkiing, Auditor Fisher and Land Commissioner
Tucker leave for Hilo today.
Governor Frear will recommend government by commission, in
his annual message.
The Manna Kea will leave Honolulu at three o'clock on Saturday
afternoons instead of at four.
Mayor Fern appointed Martin Scully as Fire Chief, De Fries to
be assistant. The supervisors were 5 to 2 in favor of retaining Thurs
ton as head of department i.nd Frazee as head electrician.
James Lynch 1ms lost position of examiner of chauffeurs and
Theodore Hoffmann gets the job.
The Federal Wireless is again oflt of commission.
HONOLULU, Jan. 7. The Senate hold over committee has or
dered the County of Hawaii books to lie audited by the Audit Company
' The Thetis, with the Governor's party arrived from Midway this
The Democrats have postponed their appointments. Their meet
ing will be held I bis evening.
Harry Murray has resigned from Sehumairs garage and will take
a position with the Lord-Young Construction Company.
Attorney Lightfoot returns from Japan today. McDuftie lias not
been beard from
Stocks are going down after a sudden advance.
HONOLULU, Jan. P. 1 he Democrats have decided to try for the
following changes: George F. Whittenmre to replace L. M. White
house; Alexander De Fries to take Fire Chief Thurston's position; K.
Fra7.ee to be replaced by Joseph Kekipi and C. D. Almeida to be
The Kings Daughters may exchange Ka'muki property for that
of Colonel Allen on Heretania street.
Peter Kaheo, police ollicer, has been dismissed for assaulting a
prisoner in his cell.
Von Datum has been denied naturalization papers. He requires
theinter,retation of certain clauses in the Constitution.
HONOLULU, Jan. 4. W. A. Kinney has filed a protest in the
Senate on account of Kuhio, against the confirmation of Governor
An automobile driven by a Hawai n, and carrying one passen.
eer, went over the edge of the Wahiawr. road and fell fifty feet. The
driver and passenger jumped and escaped injury.
A newspaperman, who arrived in Honolulu from Manila, stowed
away on the S. S. Korea for the ir.ainland He is unknown in Hono
Sylvester Marks is to be prosecuted by the Citizens Committee on
a charge of being on the premises of Thomas McGriflin at night. A
young girl was the attraction and the Citizens Committee is acting
for the father.
ASTORIA, Jan. 9. --Eight bodies have been recovered from the
wreck of the Iioseerans. Twenty-nine men went down in the steamer.
Most of them were, in their bunks.
SAN FlvANClSCO, Jan. 9 McCarthy has raised $245,000 bail
money for convicted dynamiters.
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 9. Extreme cold in Southern California
has destroyed acres of fruit and vegetables Snow fell in Sacramento
for the first time in many years.
DENVEU, Jan. 9. It registered 54 below freezing here yesterday.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 9. The Wilhelmina made the trip from
Honolulu in 5 days 18 hours.
BINGHAM, Jan. 8. The temperature yesterday was 73 degrees
the highest for the date for years.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 8. The Swanson bill which is to be intro
duced provides -f 25,000,000 for roads.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 8 Wells, Fargo will handle food stuff
in opposition to parcel post system.
NEW YORK, Jan. 7. W. Rockefeller has sailed for Bermuda.
SACRAMENTO, Jan. 7. The Democrats in the legislature want
to introduce a bill barring aliens from holding property in the State.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 7. President Taft has been presented with
a gold medal by the Jews.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 0. A huge submarine dock, to cost $000,-
000 is to he constructed for Pearl Harbor.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 0. President Taft favors a board of arbi
tration to settle Panaimi Canal Zone trouble.
NEW YORK, Jan. li. The striking waist-makers had a meeting
at which a fight started and the police had to be called in.
DELHI, Jan. 9. The Viceroy is much better. His wife is laid
up from the strain of nursing him.
MONTREAL, Jan. 9. Tho Duchess of Connaught is suffering
from peritonitis. It is not very serious.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Jan. 9. Lord ICdward Grey has plans to
save Adrianople for the Turks. The city is to be left unfortified and
other conditions are also mentioned.
LONDON, Jan. 8. It is reported that Adrianople capitulated yes
terday. PEKIN, Jan. 7. The Chinese Parliament will meet on April 1.
LONDON. Jan. 7. -The Turks refused to abandon Adrianople.
The Balkan allies say that the war will be resumed if the city is not
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU.
Stnteinent of Condition.
YViiHiku, Mmii, T. II., Aug. 31st, ii;i2.
bonus, Discounts, Oven'rafls $210, N65 05
Tinted States Bonds 25,1x1000
Otlier Hoiids 75. '95 9'
Real Kslitte Owned 1,101 32
Cosh & Due from Hanks 95.000 26
Hanking House, Furniture, etc. 5,01101x1
Five Percent. Fund 1,25000
Capital SliK'k $ 35,000 00
Surplus & Profits 41,914 87
Due to Other Hanks 5.59 99
Circulation 24.997 5
Dividend t'npaid 15 00
fti3,4H 44 I
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
Island and County of Mini, ) ' '
I, C. D. bufkin, Cashier of tlic First National Hank of Wailuku, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true and correct to the best of my knowledge
C. I). I AT' KIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th dav of September, A. I). 191 2.
JAS. N. K. K F.Ob A,
Notary Public, Second Judicial Circuit,
Territory of I lawaii.
Slime SfabtF-SfCahului Railroad Co.
The following si hedulc will into effect July 1st, 1911
Pass. Pass. Pass. Pass. , & Frt. Freight Freight
No. I No. 2
No. 3 I No 4 I No. 5 j No. 6
TH is train from Puunene connects with trains leaving Kahului for Wailuku at
3:45 P. M.
Kahului Railroad Co.
ALEXANDER & P.ALDWIN, LTD.;
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD., Line of Sailing Vessels between
San Francisco and Hawaiian Ports',
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.
Amounting to Five Dollars
and accompanied with cash
will bo delivered to any port
on Maui free.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Importers Sc Dealers ?(
WHOLESALE .nd RETAIL
GASOLINE and DISTILLATE IN DRUMS
Telephone 1141 Wulluku, Muul. T. It. a P. O. Iloi 83
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.,
General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines,
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.