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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1914
C. II. COOKE, President. C. I). LIFKIN, Cashier.
COMItllNHI) STATn.MISNTOF CONDITION
MARCH !5lst, IHM.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LAHAINA NATIONAL BANK
Loans, Discounts, Overlrafts...;f295, 644 43
Unit i'd States Hoinls 41,25000
I'.oncls, Securities, etc 91,261 86
Cash & Due from Hanks 128,861 13
Real I'state, I.ankinjj Houses,
l'ivc Percent Redemption
1'utul 2,062 50
f 576,920 65
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital Stock - $ 85,00000
Surplus & Profits 56,827 08
Due to Banks 703 92
Total Deposits 393, 142 15
Territory of Hawaii, )
Island & Counlv of Maui J
I, C. D. Lttfkin, Cashier of the above named three National Hanks,
do solemnly swear that the above combined statement is true and cor
rect, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 3rd day of April, A. D. 1914.
V. V. CROCKKTT, Notary Tublic. .Second Judicial Circuit.
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A Boarding Establishment
Next term commences Sept 14, 1914
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BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & 1JONDS
WRITES FIRK AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
HONOLULU, HAWAII p. n. Box 34fi
Served Term on Maui For Horse
Stealing. Could Have Remain
ed at Large Indefinitely.
Marsalino Schmidt, the German
Porto Rican, who stabled and
killed Louis Moral i, after a trifling
altercation at a dance at llonokaa,
Hawaii on May 30, surrendered
himself to the police of the Ilij; Is
land, last week, after havintr been
at large for 42 davs.
Schmidt is well known in police
circles of Maui, ha vine served a
term of imprisonment here for
horse stealing. The man could ap
parently have escaped the police
for an indefinite period longer, but
gave as his reason for surrending
that his father and some of his
friends were being made to suffer
on account of helping him evade
arrest. lie served notice to the po
lice, however, that unless thev
treated him well, he would decline
to remain in jail, and as a result.
he is being unusually well guarded
High Honors for
Maui Boy at Yale.
William L. S, Williams, better
known as Lowthian Williams, has
won high scholastic honors at Yale,
according to word received here
last week. He has been awarded
senior honors in Sheffield Scientific
School, taking high standing
tnere. it is interesting to note
that the student who heads the list
of honor winners has a percentage
of 3.72 out of a possible 4, the
highest ever won at Yale.
Lowtlnan Williams is the son of
N. S. Williams, formerly Super
intendent of the Kahului railroad
and now a member of the public
utilities commission. Young Wil
hams was a Punahou student.
And now there ore
TWO BRANDNEW KODAKS
NO. I KODAK JUNIOR Takes a picture 2x31 inch
es. Holds roll of six films. Weighs 23 ounces. A very thin
Camera that slips readily into the pocket. New ball-bearing
shutter, opening into star shape. Speed, I -50 second. Cable
release. New style back. Two prices, according to lens used:
$7.50 and $9.00.
NO. lA KODAK JUNIOR-Like the above, but takes a
picture 2i x4 inches, and has a shutter capable of a speed of
1 -1 00 second. $9.00 and $ 1 1 .00.
USUAL KODAK EFFICIENCY
I Honolulu photo supply cO j
We send goods free by
parcels post anywhere
Let us have your
Hotel intl Fort Streets
Says Chicken Pest is
Already on Maui.
That the chicken flea, which is
causing much trouble among poul
try men on Oahu, has already
gained a foothold here on Maui, is
the declaration of Ii. R. Bevins,
who states that the article in last
week's nkws to the effect that this
pest has not yet reached this island
is in error. Mr. Bevins says that
it is believed that the insect reached
Maui on a goose brought to Kahu
lui some months ago from Oahu.
which was -badly infested. At all
events, he states that it is already
well established in the poultry
yards around Kahului.
Former Maui Girl.
Miss Klizabelh T. M. Tine be
came the bride of Krncst K. Goo at
an elaborate wedding which look
place at the home of the groom's
parents, 31 () School Street. Hono
lulu, at eight o'clock on the even
ing of July 15th. Rev. Doremus
Scudder of the Central Union
Church officiated, Miss Sarah Ting
acted as bridesmaid while Fred Goo
was best man.
.music was turnislieil by two or
chestras, one composed of Chinese
musicians tlie Jollier of Hawaiian
singers and players.
The Goo home had been elabor
ately decorated for the occasion.
It is estimated that more than
seven hundred guests either wit
iiessed the ceremony or called din
ing the evening to extend their
congratulations to the happy eon
lit i o were many weUdmg pros-
.... f . ...
cm oi muc.i value, including rare
pieces of cutglass and Koa furni
ture. These were viewed with in
terest by the guests.
During the evening refreshments
Mr. Goo, who is engaged in geo
logical survey work, is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. Goo Wan Hoy. The
bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs-
After spending their honeymoon
at llaleiwa, the young couple will
make their home in Honolulu.
Live Stock Notes.
it is now well known that sour
skimmilk is the best preventive of
bowel trouble that has been found
for young chickens, turkeys and all
Sloppy or mushy feed should not
be given to chicks, young or old
ineir digestive system is so con
structed as to fit them especially to
live on solid feed, like the grains.
Clean out the poultry houses,
coops and nests and thoroughly
disinfect them. Keep them clean
and let the only odor about them
one suggestive of cleanliness.
A cock two years old is better
than a younger one.
To make pork cheaply a perman
ent pasture and forage crop must
In the future our beef supply
must come from small farms. Why
not raise a few beef cattle each
Always keep plenty of clean,
fresh water where the hogs may
drink at any time.
When quality of meat is consid
ered the Berkshire hog, owing to
the fact that it has a larger per
centage and an evener distribution
of lean meat than either Poland
Chinas or Duroc-Jerseys, easily
takes first place. The Berkshire
has more quality and transmits its
qualities more readily than do the
other breeds. For these reasons it
is the best hog with which to grade
up a scrub herd.
Appropriation Bill Commencing July 1st to
December 3 1st, 1914.
Wailuku, Maui, T. II., July 9lh,!l914.
RESOLUTION NO. 211.
Presented by R. A. DRUMMOXI), Supervisor.
Bk It Rk.sui.vrd, by the Board of Supervisors, of the County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, that we hereby appropriate the following,
DKl'ARTMRNT OV SUPERVISORS.
Salar'cs i $2,400
Total for Dept. of Supervisors....
DEPARTMENT OF COUNTY CI.ERK.
Salary County Clerk y,x,
Salary Asst. Cleric 4s.,
Incidentals County Clerk 35 fKJ
Total for Dept. County Clerk
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
Salary Auditor 1,05000
Salary Deputy Auditor 4iso .0
Incidentals Auditor 2S v
Salary Treasurer 1 ,05000
Salary Deputy Treasurer 4s.. 00
Incidentals Treasurer g, ,
DEPARTMENT OF COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Salary County Attorney 1,20000
Salary Deputy Attorney 660 00
Salary Stenographer County Attorney 3 00 00
I 3,492 00
1 ,6.1 S 30
Incidentals County Attorney 15S 3,1
Total for Dept. County Attorney
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.
Total by I.nw
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & SANITATION.
County Farm and Sanitarium
Count v Physician Wailuku
County Physician Makawao
County Physician Molokai
I ,566 00
Sanitary Inspector Wailuku..
Sanitary Inspector I.ahaina...
Sanitary Inspector Makawao.
Sanitary Inspector liana
Nurse Kula Sanitarium
3l K OO
1 ,2x 00
DEPARTMENT OF POLICE
S & M of Prisoners )
Coroners Inquest I
Detective Funds -
I'ay of Police & Ouards i
Furniture & Office Supplies 100 00
Telephones and Wireless 1,500
Rents ' i.o.Mioo
Itotids County Officials 250 00
Subsidy Militia 1S0 o.)
Subsidy Fire Department 60 cxi
Expenses Liquor Commission 72S 00
Interest's: Discounts 50000
Eli etiou ICxpenses 2 coo no
1 1 ,950 00
Total Sundry Accounts
DEPARTMENT OF PUI'LIC WORKS.
Salary Clerk 48000
County Huildings and Parks ',500 00
4 ,000 00
ROADS & URIDGES. OENERAL. RD. TAX SPECIAL.
Wailuku f 1,00000 58, 155 56
5,000 00 3,558 8S
2,500 00 3,048 65
liana 3.5' 00
Molokai 1, 500 00 .
GRAND TOTAL ....
7,1 18 00
Seconded by TIIKO. T. MIvYKR, Supervisor.
WM. I'RKI) KAAK.
County Clerk, County of Maui.
July 18, 25, 1014.
Importers 8c Dealers
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Keeps The Motor Cool
Zerolene, as its name implies, keeps the motor
cool by perfect lubrication. Even under intense
heat and pressure it maintains the desired lubricating
film between the wearing surfaces and to enables the
engine to do its work eiHcicntly.
THE STANDARD OIL
FOR MOTOR CARS t
is tht best auto oil the Standard Oil
Company can make produced by experts of
long experience who have studied the requirements
of motor lubrication and who have at their command
selected crudes and the best refinery equipment
with which to produce an oil exactly adapted to
meet these requirements.
Dealers everywhere. Ask
our nearest agency about de
livery in bulk.