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THE MAUI NIvWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1913.
MATSON NAVIGATION CO,
268 It2arkct Street, San Trancisco, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGERS
San Francisco Puget Sound
I.urline Jhh. 7
MIyudes Jan. 9
Huterprise... Jan. 11
Williehnhm .. Jnn. 15
Honolulan.... Jan. 21
Hiloniaii Jan. 30
Lurline Peli. 4
Willielmina .. Vcb 12
MJnterprise... Veh. 15
Uunululaii.... I'uli lS
IIvades Ke 20
Lurline JIar. 4
Villielmina... JIar. 12
Ililonian Mar. 13
Mlonolnlan... Mar. lS
Unterprise... Mar. 22
Lurline Apr. 1
Hvades Apr. 3
Wilhelmina... Apr. 9
Honolulu!!.... Apr. 15
1 1 i Ui 11 1 ;i 11 Apr. 24
Ktiterpri'-e... Apr. 26
Lurline Apr. 29
I'UGIIT SOUM) llniilliin lulmuls Arrivo lnwaprn
Arrive Leuvo Arrivo Leave S. P. '""fi"'
Jan. 14 Jan. 21 Jan. 29 54
Jan. 12 Jan. iS Jan. 28 Feb. 5 Feb. IS 33
Jan. 19 - Jan. 29 Feb. 8 100
Jan. at Jan. 29 Feb. 4 39
Jan. 2S Feb. 4 Feb. 12 25
Feb. 2 Feb. S Feb. 17 Feb. 26 Mar. 6 67
Feb. tl Feb lS Feb. 26 55
Feb. IS Feb. 26 Mar. 4 40
Feb. 23 Mar. 5 Mar. 15 101
Feb. 25 Mar. 4 Mar. 12 26
Feb. 23 Mar. 1 Mar. 11 Mar. 19 Mar. 29 34
Mar. 11 Mar. 18 Mar. 26 56
Mar. lS Mar. 26 Apr. 1 41
Mar. 16 Mar. 22 Mar. 31 Apr. 9 Apr. 17 6S
Mar. 25 Apr. 1 Apr. 9 27
Mar. 30 Apr. 9 Apr. 19 1 02
Apr. S Apr. 15 Apr. 23 57
Apr. 6 Apr. 12 Apr. 22 Apr. 30 May 10 35
Apr. 15 Apr. 23 Apr. 29 42
Apr. 22 Apr. 29 May 7 28
Apr, 27 May 3 May 12 May 21 May 29 69
May 4 May 14 May 24 103
May 6 ilay 13 May 21 58
PORTS OF CALL.
. . . .Tii Honolulu ;uul lliln.
To Honolulu anil Kaliului.
...To Honolulu and Kaliului.
. . .To I Iilo direct.
HONOLULAN . .
ENTERPRISE . .
ilwM v. To Honolulu mid all Hnw.-iimn Ports
Jiidicnti'H tlmt Hti-nmiM curries cimihustililt'S and fn-iuht only (no
Subject to Change
This wonderful car at so low a price lias now arrived
See C. J. SCHOENING & CO.- expert auto
mobile repairers, for Catalogs and other details.
I WAILUKU, MAUI.
K' ,flHMtMTH,1Sfai"i W-WMFrMBHIIWl
Lorrin K. Smth
Wo moot all steamers.
Furniture; Piano Moving, an c
Auto Truck Quick Delivery 2HMPhone-2464.
Hawaiian Express Co
Nuuanu and Queen Sts.
Amounting to Five Dollars
and accompanied with cash
will be delivored to any port
on Maui free.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Hen Viekers, luprcscntiiic T. II.
Diivicd it Co., was a Wniluku visi
tor during the week.
L. M. Fishel, Into of San Fran
cisco, has joined the olliee Mail of
the Wailuku Sugar Company.
"Teddy" Vatighiin is again in
town, and lie will visit all the stores
of Central and the rest of Maui.
The steamer Hyudos eaine in and
left again during the week. She
brought the usual cargo of mixed
II. A. Druniniond has been ap
pointed administrator of the estate
of Kepa Katnanawahopu, of liana,
1 he tramp steamer M. S.
islands, and on 'the mainland, too,
for that matter.
The accounts of James 15. Love,
temporary administrator of the es
tate of Chong Kook, of "Wailuku,
Maui, deceased, were taken up anil
allowed; the Court appointed Mr.
Love as permanent administrator,
under bond of $15000.
cargo of coal and got away
The supper of the Maui Aid
soeiation last Tuesday evening,
a very successful ailair and
was a good attendance.
Kaon Ikuta vs. Sadaiehi Iktita.
divorce. The Libellant was allowed
to file amended complaint, charging
her husband with cruelty.
A couple of beer chewers who
looked upon the brew while it was
fresh, had to dig up three bones
apiece at the police court last Thursday.
The banking chamber of lie First
National Hunk, Wailuku, is being
enlarged and an addition lo the
building is being made on the niiui
W. T. Robinson has moved to
Vineyard street for a time. His
house on High street is being reno
vated and made modern in every
The Chinese who was arrested
for tampering w'ith a young girl,
was released on bail of $:f0, pend
ing his appearance in court yesler-
Mr. Sakai, the well known Jap
ineso of Wailuku, took a trip to
Honolulu during the past week.
He was sorry to miss meeting the
Libby Kaonohi Ah Man' was
granted a divorce from Ah Man, on
the grounds oi non-support, and
the Liliellaut is allowed to assume
her maiden name.
The Maui trotters and running
horses are doing great work on the
Honolulu track, and it is expected
that the Valley Island will hold its
end up on Carnival Day.
"Charlie" Hall, one of the best
known drummers in the islands is a
Wailuku visitor. He will remain
for a few days on Maui, and then
will make the "grand circuit."
Lieutenant Wilson, who was sus
pended from the police force a
couple of weeks ago, has been rein
stated as it was found that bis con
duct while on duty was satisfactory.
Sheriff Crowell paid a visit to
liana this week. He did some in
vestigating while there, and certain
matters are jut about cleared up
and ready for the arrests to be
Ten Chinese, charged with gam
bling, appeared before Judge Mc
Kay on Thursday. They were re
presented by W. T. Robinson and,
after a hearing, were discharged as
Upon the petition of Eflie Lundy
Fleming, David T. Fleming, was
appointed temporary administrator
of the estate of James Wilson lueni
ing. deceased, pending the petition
for probate of will.
The music at the Wailuku Union
Church for Sunday evening will be
as follows: "Incline Thine Ear, by
the choir and Duuloy Ruck's "My
Redeemer and My Lord" to be sung
by Mrs. L. C. Jones.
The rains of Wednesday and
Thursday have done an immense
amount of good, and the plantation
inen are, of course, looking pleased.
Men who were irrigating can now
tackle some other work.
Dan Conway is onco more in
town. He took a Hying trip to
Honolulu, but only remained a few
hours in the captital city. Dan is
representing a number of firms
which he has the agency for-
W. II. Field, manager of the
Maui Hotel Company, Ltd., went
down to Honolulu to make arrange
ments for his new tourist excur
sions. He is expected back this
morning on the Claudinc.
Lloyd Schmidt, who was arrested
for a serious offense, was allowed
bail in the sum of SfiOO cash. The
bail was at once provided and
Schmidt was released to appear on
Monday morning at the District
The Maui Racing Association is
getting busy on the program of the
races for the Fourth. The execu
tive committee will soon draft a
program of events that will appeal
to tho owners of horses all over the
There was a strange story of bur
glary at Camp I, Spreckclsville,
early this week. The affair was a
most peculiar one and the police,
while convinced that two certain
Filipinos are mixed up in the mat
ter, cannot make out the reason
hat only cigars, r evolvcrs and a
few other articles were taken. It
was possible for the thieves to take
much more valuable articles, and
the men are supposed to have been
either drunk or very near it. To
caj) the evening's crime one of the
men fired a revolver bullet through
a desk in the office. The hole made
by the bullet is plainly to be seen,
and the leaden missle was found
embedded in the woodwork.
The robbery is thought tp have
happened at about eleven o'clock
at night. The rule of the store is
to keep the place well lighted by
electric lamps till the power is shut
off at eleven o'clock. The burglars
evidently knew this, and they wait
ed till the store was in darkness.
Then, it seems that they entered
the building by way of the front
window, which was found broken
JOHN SMITH No sir. Not in
a thousand years will thi super
visors be done away with. The idea
of county officials bossing them
selves, in a way, is absurd.
CHARLIE MUIJIiAY In r. way
I'm sorry there is no strike. 1 was
hoping for a good excuse to remain
on Maui for some weeks more.
HARRY C. WALDRON Hilo
will lie my home in the future I
like the "Rainy City,'" as it is call
ed, lt.it I don't think the nickname
.a good one, as they have many dry
days in that city.
The Squea! of the Scooped. a
"Horrible Disclosures! Terrible
Revelations! White Slavery! A
Dozen or more Prominent Wailuku
Men, Married and Single, Involved
in Scandal that reeks of Vice and
"Inhuman" Debauchery! Arrests
Expected ! " B ri i rrr! ! 1
A few more kxockeiis, to knock
the MIGHTY MICHIGAN FORTY.
One of the finest and nios't up-to-date
Automobiles this side of the
The beauty of the Car has at
tracted so much attention and re
ceived so much praise from' the best
element of the Maui people, that
the Knocker Club has decided to
hold special meetings in front of
their headquarters, the IAO STA
BLES, in order to stein the tide of
unprejudiced sentiment .
' The Board of License Commis
sioners for the County of Maui, will
hold a meeting in the public room
of the Masonic Temple, at Kaliului,
on Thursday, the sixth day of
March, 1913, at 10 a. m. to con
sider the application of,M. R. Men
dez for a Fourth-Class License, to
manufacture and sell wine, in a one
story frame building belonging to
the applicant, at Kaupakalua, Maui,
under the provisipns of Act 119,
Session Laws of 1907.
All protests and objections against
tho issuance of a license 'uulerS said
application should be filed with the
Secretary of the Board not later
than the time set for said hearing.
February 8, 1913.
D. C. LINDSAY,
Secretary, Board of License Com
missioners. Feb. 8, 15, 22. .Mar. 1.
We will pay Ten cents a Quart
for Polms. At the Wharf in Hono
lulu. Honolulu Jam it Ciiutnkv Faotohy
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU.
0. It. COOICi:, President C. I). I.UHCIN, Cnslilcr it. A. WABSWOKTH, Vlcn-PresUlent
I). II. CASK.Snd Vtco-1'rcs.ltlcnt .1. OAUCIA.Ast. Cashier .T. OAttCIA, Director
KLKVKNTII ANNUAL STATKMKNT
nt ttie close of business, Dec. 31, 1912.
Loans, Discounts $208,872 30
UniU'il States Honds s.ooo 00
CUber Honds 82,475 06
Cash & Due from Ilauks i7'47 64
Hanking House, Furniture, elc. 4,50000
Other Real IJstatc 1 ,046 77
Five Percent. Reileni. Fund 1,25000
Capital Stock $ 35. 00
Surplus & Uuiliviileil Profits 43,626 80
Circulation ' 24,997 50
Dividend Unpaid 2,10000
Deposits 324.567 47
TRUUITORV CtV HAWAII. )
Island and Count- of Jlaui, ss
I, J. Garcia, Asst. Cashier of the First'.National Rank of Wailuku, do solemnly
swear tliat the above statement is true and correct to the best of my knowledge
and belief. '
J. GARCIA, Asst. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of January, A. D. 1913.
W. F. (fROCICKTT,
Notary Public, Second Judicial Circuit.
Sfime SfablejfCaluilui Slailroad Co
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1911
Pass. Pass. Pass. & Freight Freight
This train from Puunene connects witb trains leaving Kaliului for Wailuku at
KLaihului Railroad Co.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD.;
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD., Line of Sailing Vessels between
San Francisco and Hawaiian Ports;
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.
Prices of 1913 iBiAN Motorcycles
With its Luxurious Cradle Spring Frame
4 H. P. with Magneto $220.00 $230.00 Sontw?5ay"L8iit
of 520.00 each.
7 II. P. with Magnoto $270.00 $280.00 monthly payments
of S25.00 each.
4 II. P, TT Model Mag- . S155.00 cash and six
noto, 2 speed gear $295.00 $305.00 l JT
7 II . P. TT Model Mag- $1?5.00 cash and six
noto, 2 speed gonr $345.00 $355.00 30.00 each?"'"18
E. O. HALL & S
Distributors for Hawaii UONOLUi
Tolophono 1HI Woilultu, Maul. T. II. I. O Ifox 8.1
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO., -
General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines,
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE
Hundred Thousand Dollars
IF INVESTED IN A
Paris Gasoline Turbine
It will put 500 gallons of water where you want it, in a few minutes,
Geo. H. Paris
1. O. Box 35, Honolulu.