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THE MAUI NEWS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 7, 1914.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
C. H. COOKE, PR esi dent R. A WADSWORTH, vice-president
D H. CASE. 2ND VICE-PRESIDENT CD. LUFKIN, CASHIER (MANAGER
JOAQUIN GARCIA, assistant cashier
Stfitemcnt ot Condition December 31, 19KI
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts..JtlQ7,874 47
United States Bonds 2,s,kk 00
Other Ikmds 7.5,74 "6
Cash & Due from Banks 79. '73 6
Real Kstate Owned 1 ,011000
Hanking House, Furniture, etc. 6,327 5S
Five Percent Fuml 1,25000
t'npital Stock f 35,00000
Surplus it Profits 17.059 J4
Due to Hanks 3,407 SS
Circulation 24,907 50
Dividends t'npaid 2, loo 00
Detxisits '. 27'.7S3 95
I, C. D. Lufkiu, Cashier of the above-named hank, do solemnly swear that the
shove statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. P. LUFKIN.
Is (riTenbv theStudebakerWafcon. It Is built that way. Only the
beatronterlM is used. Black birchbubs; bestwhlteoak spokes, felloes,
reaches, hounds and bolsters; tough second growth butt cut blckory
axles. All through only the best. Fainted in handsome and durable
colors to stand the exposure necessary to (arm work.
THE STUDEBAKER WAGON
fc made In many aizes and styles for every use to which a wagon Is put.
If you want a wagon, a cart or a harness for anyuse call on us and we
will supply you from the Btudehaker line. The Studebaker books
s auout wbkods, carnnKeaaQu Harness aro uteresuiig, vrop 10
MIU gOb WIUM1 UU i-uiua LU wwu,
Xhtu ore Free. m
DAN T. CAREY, WaUuka, Maui,T. H.
Send for Free Samples and Catalogues
A Special Paint for Every Purpose.
Don't imagine a good interior paint is
good for the exterior, or vice versa; or
that a good paint for wood-work is also good
for iron; or a concrete paint good for wood
work, etc. ,
Trus-Con Paints Specialize.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Importers & Dealers
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
GASOLINE and DISTILLATE IN DRUMS
If you ask your dealer for the
Cincinnatti Soap Cos
HAWAIIAN VIOLET FIFTH AYE. SOAP
VIOLET GLYCERINE SOAP
COLGATE'S SOAPS, ETC.
PEETS BROS. SOAPS.
Your dealer can get them from
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
LONG TIME FARM LOANS.
Simple and Easy Credit System That
Operates In Eurppe.
The standard length of time In Eu-roi'i-
for a Ions time farm loan Is fifty
four years. For such a loan nt the
present time the rate is 4.85 pur cent
divided ns follows: Interest 4 per
cent, administration .35 per cent and
amortization (payment on principal) .50
per cent. This rate will pay both
principal nnd Interest and repay oil
charges due to the hank in llfty-four
years. As tills will seem almost in
credible to some students, I will give
a concrete illustration of how it works.
It does not depend upon compound
Interest, but upon the fact that, though
the rate of yearly payment remains
the same, the charge for Interest and
administration Is constantly decreasing
because they are computed on the
principal sum which Is constantly be
ing repaid: therefore the proportion
which Is applied toward the repayment
of the principal is always increasing.
For illustration, If the debt is $1,
000 the debtor will pay $25.25 every
six months. Of the first payment, $20
will go for interest, $1.73 belongs to the
bank, and $2.50 is applied to the repay
ment of the principal. When the debt
Is half discharged, however, this dis
tribution will be greatly changed. The
borrower will pay $25.25. ns usual. Of
this amount only $10 will go for inter
est, RS cents will be retained by the
bnnk. while $13.37 will be applied to
the discharge of the prlnclpnl. The
final payment will bo almost wholly to
the payment of principal, as the first
one went largely to the payment of
Interest. In this way one-half of 1
per cent will repay the principal In
fifty-four years, provided n constant
payment Is maintained on the prin
cipal for Interest during the entire
period. Representative Knlph W. Moss
in World's Work.
ORIGIN OF THE HARP.
Evolved From the Lyre of the High
Priest of Osiris.
The history of the piano counts as n
day compared to the harp. We have
authentic records tluit ns early as
1S00 15. C. the first lyre was evolved
from the mind of the high priest of
Osiris, who in one of his daily walks
along the banks of the river Nile found
an empty tortoise shell spanned with
dried ligaments. Happening to strike
it, he noticed that it gave forth pleas
ing sounds, and he at once made an
instrument on the plan of the tortoise
From the lyre it was but nn easy
step to the harp, now the most famous
Instrument in the world. Mileslus, one
of the rhoenicinn priests, carried it
with him in his conquest to Irelnnd,
and there he planted it among the mu
sic loving Celts in 1200 B. C. The royal
instrument became a controlling fea
ture in druidlcnl worship, nnd the harp
ist or bard rnnked with royalty, the
prophet and the priest. The drulds
advanced the harp from eleven to thirty-two
strings and crowned their ef
forts in its improvement by the evolu
tion of the pillar, which has ever since
found universal ndoptlon.
Our modern harp consists of forty
five or forty-seven strings, seven ped
nls one for each note in the octave
nnd the wonderful instrument shares
with the piano nnd organ the faculty
of being autonomous that is to say, it
needs no accompaniment and furnishes
both melody nnd harmony. Miss Lo
rctta 1)q Lone in New York Tribune.
UrI, n candidate for congress, said
to Jonathan, another, during a heated
debate: "I think, sir, you have but one
idea in your head. It is a very small
one, nnd if it should swell your head
Jonathan, looking at the bare and
venerable head of his opponent, re
plied: "Well, I think you haven't one
in your head and never had. There
has been one scratching around the
outside, trying to get in, till it has
scratched nil the hair off your head.
F.nt It didn't get in, nnd it never will."
Uri was silent. Chicago News.
Like the American girls, Hindu girls
are passionately fond of sweet things.
fine of their candies, sad.i. Is very
niiii-h like our plain sugar candy. It Is
made of sugar and milk and llavorcd
with attar of roses, l'.udilliikabal, or
hair of r.iKldlia, is one of their most
p' pillar sweetmeats. It is so called
because it is in line, long strings like
vermicelli. This is luadu of sugar and
cieai.i from buffalo's milk, which is
Assignee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose Mortgage, and of
Notice is hereby given that, un
der the power of sale contained in
that certain indenture of mortgage
dated April 24th, 1905, executed
by John Richardson, George K.
Richardson, and by M. A. Rich
ardson, as Attorney-in-fact for
John K. Richardson, Rowena
K. Hose, John V. K. Hose,
Ivy K. Richardson and Mabel
K. Richardson, all of Laha
ina, I si .-Mid of Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, to F. W. Wundenberg, of
Honolulu, as Trustee, of record in
the office of the Registrar of Con
veyances in Honolulu, in Liber
267, on pages 389-391, and which
said mortgage was assigned to Ivy
K. Buchanan in that certain instru
ment dated September 18, 1913, of
record in the Office of said Regis
trar of Conveyances, in Honolulu,
in Liber 387, on pages 355-356,
the said Ivy K. Buchanan, the
owner and holder thereof intends
to foreclose said mortgage, and
sell the mortgaged property therein
named because of the non-payment
of principal and interest due on the
promissory note secured thereby.
The said mortgage was given to
secure the payment of a promissory
note of Four Hundred Dollars
(400.00) of date, April 24, 1905,
payable two years after date, bear
ing interest at the rate of S'o per
annum, executed by the said mort
gagors. Notice is likewise given that,
after the expiration of three weeks
from date of first publication of
this notice, to wit, on Saturday,
February 28, 1914, at 12 o'clock
noon of said day, said mortgaged
property, for the reasons above
stated will be sold at public auc
tion, at the front entrance to the
Court House, in the Town of Wai
luku, County of Maui, Territory
Terms of sale Cash.
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
A. N. Ilayselden, Lahaina; Maui.
Dated at Lahaina, Maui, this
4th day of February, 1914.
(Sgd.) IVY K. BUCHANAN,
Assignee of said mortgage.
All of the right, title and interest
of the said mortgagors in and to:
(1) That certain piece or parcel
of land situate at Kalihi, Island of
Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, des
cribed as Royal Patent 1249, Land
Commission Award 1740 to Kapuu
noni, and containing an area of
81-100 of an acre.
(2) That certain piece or parcel
of laud situate at Lahaina, Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, described as
Royal Patent 7860, Land Commis
sion Award 7715 to L. Kameha
meha. Feb. 7, 14, 21, 28.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
OF THE MAUI PUBLISHING
The Annual Meeting of the Stockhold
ers of the Maui Publishing Company,
Limited, will be held at the Office of D.
If. Case, in Wailuku, County of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, on Wednesday, the
nth day of February, 1914, at 3 o'clock
D. II. CASE,
Jan. 31, Feb. 7.
Kodaks, $5 to $150. Brownies,
$ I and up. Supplies of all kinds.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY, CO.
91 mmt I V M I 3
I The Henry Vaterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
BUYS AND SELLS REAL- ESTATE, STOCKS A BONDS
WRITES EIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTG AGES
" A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
; HONOLULU, HAWAII P. O. Box 346
Sfime DableJCaliului Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1913
TOWARDS WAILUKU TOWARDS HAIKU
9 7 5 3 1 -S 52468 10
Mil. STATIONS' L
PM PM Pll AM AM"""e A M AM PM PM PM
5 33'3 3i 2.S S 426 3sL , A .. Wailuku.. L "6 40 8 50 1 303 355 38
5 23 3 20 1 158 30 6 25 '5-3 A "6 50 9 00 1 40 3 45 5 4
.. Kuhului .. J
5 20 3 17 8 27 12.0 A .X 3-3 6 52 1 42 3 47
510 307 817 L" Spreck-"A 7 02 ' 52 3 57
50J305 8.5 8.4 A" elsville "L 6.9 ? , 3 5g
500255 805 L ..A 9 8715 205410
4 58 2 53 8 03 .X, 7 I? 2 07 4 12
4 52 2 47 7 57 L.. Hama. -A 7 24 2 14 4 19
I , , 3-4 ."kuapoko". 11. 9
4 Si 2 46 756 A.. ..L 725 215420
4 4512 40 7 5 L.. ..A 7 33 2 23 4 28
I 14 ..Pauwela.. ,30
4 44 2 39 7 49 A .X, f 35 225430
4 4"2 35 7 45 0 L.. Haiku ..A 15.3 7 40 2 3 4 35
TOWARDS PUUNENE TOWARDS KAHULUI
3 1 j 2 4
as w t G
ID q) (Q H) a) J
Z Z Z cu
"7m7T Miles STATIONS Miles 77 Ti7
2 COG 00 .0L..Kabului..A 2. 50 223 15
3 00 G 10 2.5A"ruunene-L og 12 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Iibor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sun
days, at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kuhului at 5:50 a. m., and connect
ing with the 0:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be
carried free of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on
each half ticket, when baggage is in charge of and on the same
train as the holder of the ticket. For excess baggage 25 cents per
100 pounds or part thereof will bo charged.
For Ticket Fares and other information Bee Local Passenger Tariff I. C.
C. No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
Earth and Moon.
Tho (Humetcr of (ho earth la 8,000
miles. The diameter of the. moon Js
2.MJ miles. The nearest approach of
the Hiii-faees of the two bodies Is 210,
477 miles. The menu distance from
the earth is LNiS.STiO miles, the max
imum distance which may be reached
belii! 2.-1:2x10 mill's. The moon's sur
face contains nbuiit l t.tisn.OOO sipinre
miles, or neiirly four times tho nreu of
"What could be more sad than a
man without n country?" feelingly
asked the hlh school literature touch
er of her class.
"A country without n man," respond
ed a pretty jtlrl just as feelingly.
Woman's Hume Companion.
A Surgical Operation.
The customer raised his hand, nnd
the barber, pausing In the operation of
Khavln;; him, Inclined his head. "SlrV
'(live mo gas," said the customer.
iiic; muai uiaiiiiuiiYc cinu economical
Look beyond the purchase
price when you buy wire
A fence yon get at a cheap price is bound to be
a cheap fence clear through poor and unsatisfac
tory in service, soon to rust, sag, break and fall
away, an expensive tulur.
Wire fence economy meant more
than first cost price.
Tt rtlAnt, a f.,11 . ...1 AflRA:.nfc !
- - J bui. mill CUlUCUl BCIVm
that last3 for years ; an elimination of time, energy and money
spent in endless repairs ; it means an investment that
pays big dividends by increasing farm production through
'Pittsburgh Perfect" Fences are the most economical you caa buy because thev are the most
adaptable and adjustable to all fencing conditions a::d requirements of the farm. They are
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hlXIIIIl'f St HIII1 IllttL II III :i I ill T ui't-illiv 1 ith'ti I mri -1 n.'irn iIta rfilil tmio irnn n-1
galvanized with pure zinc, is used exclusively in their manufacture, and is ELECTRICAL-
T r lln'T T i t " t " ..i . 1.: . r .1 . , .
v at. cvi jr iumiuK puiui m me ij.jrie, producing practically a one piece rencc.
They are the most distinctive because cf t'leir construction, and enhance the appearance and
increase the actual value of farm by perfectly serving their particular purpose and permit
ting scientific crop rotation. EVERY ROD GUARANTEED PERFECT
CARRIED IN STOCK AND FOR SALE EY
E. O. HALL Zf SON, LTD, Honolulu.