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TITK MALU NEWS, SATUKPAY, JANUARY 18. 1913
MATSON NAVIGATION CQ.
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mobile repairers, for Catalogs and other details.
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Prices of 1913 INDIAN Motorcycles
With its Luxurious Cradle Spring Frame
4 II. P. with Magneto $220.00
4 II. P. TT Model Mag
neto, '2 speed gear $295.00
7 II. P. TT Model Mag
neto, 2 speed gear $345.00
110.00 cash and six
ot flU.m each.
7 II. P. with Magneto $270.00 280.00 monthly payments
$155.00 cash and six
of 25.00 each.
175.00 cash and six
of 30.00 each.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
Fifteen Branches of Library of Ha
waii To Be Established Details
Distributors for Hawaii
The Trustees of the Lilirary of
Hawaii untler tlie Act of the Legis
lature making appropriations for
the maintenance and support of the
Library are directed to provide and
maintain branch libraries, offices or
places for the distribution or books
anil periodicals throughout the Ter
ritory, and otherwise to provide
ways and means for placing the
Library as far as possible within
reach of all residents throughout
The Trustees realize both the im
portance and the dilliculty of this
part of their work, and therefore
wish to make the following public
statement of their tentative plans
and to request suggestions from all
Tin; available funds are limited,
and the Trustees can therfore for
the present merely make a start in
developing the desired system of
Island Libraries and Stations.
In the modern public library the
agencies for reaching people who
cannot visit the central library may
take the following forms:
1 Branch libraries,
2 Deposit stations,
3 Delivery stations,
4 Travelling libraries.
1 . A branch library has its own
collection of hooks, supplementing
its resources from the central library.
It may be
(a) Practically an independent
branch operated as a separate
(b) A part of a perfectly centra
lized system where the ordering,
catalogueing, etc. is all done at the
central library and librarians at the
branch libiary are only assistants in
In either case u branch library
involves a building, a librarian and
a considerable number of books
kept permanently at the branch.
2. A deposit station consists of a
small collection of books placetl in
a store, school, factory, club or
other available place, from which
books are issued during certain
hours of each day or week. The
station may be in charge of u teacher,
an oflice employee or other volunt
3. A delivery station is operated
in the same way as a deposit station
except that no collection of books is
kept at the station. Orders for
books are sent to the central library
and the books sent back by first
lelivcry to be called for by the
1. The I ravelling library usually
consists of a small collection of from
20 to 50 or more books sentperiodi-
ally from place to place. These
libraries may be made up
(a) In fixed collections,
(b) Out of a general loan collec
tion from which travelling libraries
are selected to meet specific needs.
The fixed collections are made
up of the best popular books of
fiction, history, travel, biography,
sociology, literature, useful arts,
fine arts ami science. A number of
children's books are included.
These travelling libraries are
generally put in charge of a volun
teer librarian. Such a collection
may be kept three months, or a lon
ger time on special application,
and then returned to the central
library in exchange for another
collection. They should bo in
charge of an interested person
and l)e kept at a place centrally
located where people will feel free
These travelling libraries are
usually shipped in strong packing
cases with the necessaiy supplies
for keeping records of circulation.
On the return of a collection to the
central library it is checked up, a
record of circulation taken, necess
ary repairs made, and then the
library is forwarded to another
as to the
The usual conditions for securing
travelling library an- as follows:
1. A signed agreement of three
or more tax payeis to appoint a
custodian for the care and' circula
tion of the books and to make good
all loss and damage.
2. An application made on a card
furnished by the central library.
3. Compliance with the regula
tions in force at the central library
so far as they apply to travelling
The duties of the custodian would
(1) The Supervision of the loan
of I onks.
(2) Responsibility for the return
of the books to the central library.
(3) A report, to the librarian of
the central lilirary as to
lation of the books and
loss or damage.
The Trustees of theLibrary believe
that the most practicable of the
foregoing agencies, and in fact the
only one financially possible at pre
sent, is the fourth, that is, travel
ling libraries. They therefore hope
to establish as soon as possible a
number of stations on the different
Islands to which travelling libraries
can be sent. They suggest the
following list of places, believing
that they will serve as centers for
the distribution of books.
Island of Oahu: Waialua, Kane
ohe. Island of Hawaii: llilo, Honuapo,
Napoopoo, Kailua, Ilonokaa, Ko
hala. Island of Maui: Wailuku, Laha
Island of Molokai: Kaunakakai.
Island of Kauai : Lihue, Waimea,
The foregoing fifteen places are
suggested because they all have
steamer landings and the Trustees
do not feel that they can arrange
for overland transportation. If the
people living inland from some of
these places will provide and pay
for transportation to and from the
landings the stations can be placed
inland at points more convenient
for la ger number of people
The Trustees believe it is their
duty to establish stations and to
provide for the distribution of books
so far as possible without expense
to residents on the other Islands
availing themselves of the travelling
libraries, and they therefore intend
to pay the expense of transportation
of the books to and from the
stations. If, however, residents of
other districts than those named
are willing to pay for the transpor
tation of the books to and from
Honolulu the Trustees may be able
to provide the books and to forward
from time to time travelling libraries
to such other districts where the
demand is not great enough to war
rant the Trustees establishing tra
velling libraries free of charge. The
Trustees therefore suggest the for
mation of reading circles jr clubs to
guarantee the cost of transportation
of travelling libraries and thus
bring the libraries within the reach
of those who would not otherwise
The foregoing plans are provision
al, and suggestions from all persons
interested are requested especially
as to the places to be selected for
stations. All communications should
be sent to Uobbins 13. Anderson,
the chairman of the Committee or
Island libraries and stations.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU.
Statement of Condition.
Wailuku, Mnni, T. II., Aug. Jis'. ")"
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts f 2to,S6j 05
United States Bonds 25,000 oti
Other Ilonds 75'i95 9
Real Estate Owned 1. 101 22
Cash & Due from Ranks 9.V11"0 26
Banking House, Furniture, e'c. 5,00000
Five Per cent. Fund 1,250 00
Surplus it IVoiil"
Due to Otlii r Brinks
$413,412 44 I
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
Island nnd County of Muni, '
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the First National Bank of Watlukn, ilo solemnly
swear that the .ihove statement is true and correct to the hest of tny knowledge
C. D. LUFKIN. Cashier.
Snliscrilied and sworn to before me this 4th ilav ol September, A. I). 1912.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Notary l'ulilic. Second Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
Uime UableSZtKahuiui Sliilroad Co.
The following schedule will 1 into effect July 1st,
No. 2 No. 3
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This train from I'uunene connects with trains leaving Kahului for Wailuku at
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medical profession, '"electricity."
William J. Mayo, a French savant,
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their feeding on the high frequency
electric current. Numerous writ
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life, world, universe, all things are
only forms of electricity. So now
all is needed to warm, cherish and
fatten a fellow is to turn on the
right sort of current. Well, the
sunlight, according to Maxwell and
Kelvin who, tested and tried it
out is the best and strongest elec
tric life-line known. Besides the
suu all the scientific electric health
currents are fol de rol.
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and accompanied with cash
will bo delivered to any port
on Maui free.
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