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THE MAUI NEWS, -SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1914
C. II. COOKE, President. C. D. LIIFKIN, Cashier.
COMBINBD STATBMIiNT OF CONDITION
MAUCII 81st, IDI 1.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK NAT,nHi. ra kk THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF WAILUKU. UHAINA NAT'0NAL BANK OF PAIA.
Loans, Discounts, 0Trlnifts... 295, 644 43
United Slates Itnmls 41,2501x1
Ilonds, Securities, etc 91,261 86
Cash & Due from Hanks i2tt,S6i
Real listate, Hanking rouses,
Fixtures 17,840 73
Five Percent Redemption
Fund 2,062 50
Capital Stock J 85,00000
Surplus iV Profits 56,827 08
Hue to Hanks 703 92
Total Deposits 393,142 15
f 576,920 65
Territory of Hawaii,
Island & County of Maui j
I, C. I). I.ufkin, Cashier of the above named three National Banks,
do solemnly swear that the aliove combined statement is true and cor
rect, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. UIFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this 3rd day of April, A. I). 1914.
V. V. CROCKETT, Notary Public. Second Judicial Circuit. .
Preparatory Grammar and High School
A Boarding Establishment
g HONOLULU SCHOOL FOR BOYS (Inc.)
W. MILITARY SEVENTY CADETS-&
?W Next term commences Sept. 14, 19 J 4. ft
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L, G. BLACKMAN, Principal 1
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S BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
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And now there are
TWO BRAND-NEW KODAKS
NO. 1 KODAK JUNIOR Takes a picture 2', x 3 inch
es. Holds roll of six (jlms. Weighs 23 ounces. A very thin
Camera that slips readily into the pocket. New ball-bearing
shutter, opening into star shape. Speed, 1 -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 2 x4 inches, and has a shutter capable of a speed of
I -1 00 second. $9.00 and $ 1 1 .00.
USUAL KODAK EFFICIENCY,
j Honolulu photo supply cfl j
Oui Good bold At Factory Pricet
Importers 3c Dealers
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
GASOLINE and IISTI LL Alli IN DRUMS
On the Other Islands
The II iwaii graft jirol'C comtnis
sion's report will ho ready for the
(iovernor in a few days. A legisla
tive hill designed to correct the de
ficiencies of the present county act
will he drafted later.
The American-Hawaiian freighter
I'ennsylv.ilian which loaded sugar
at Kahului last week, lias sailed for
Panama, and may he the first vessel
to pass through the Panama canal
from the Pacific side.
Chemists in Honolulu failed to
find poison is the stomach of David
Kawai, the llilo hoy who died sud
denly under suspicious circumstan
ces. Ptomaine poisons are now he
licvcd to have been the cause of the
A concrete bridge across the Wai
luku river, at Pitman street, Hilo,
is planned. It will cost probably
$10,000, and will he the largest
bridge of the typo in the Territory.
The Kona, Hawaii, coilee crop
will he worth 81, 000,000 this year
if present prices obtain.
Dr. E. V. Wilcox, of the. Federal
Experiment Station, is acting as ar
bitrator in a dispute between cane
planters and one of the C. Brewer
& Company plantations on Hawaii.
The yacht Hclene which started
ostensibly for a several month's
cruise of theSouth Seas, with White,
Howell, and Tail, three Honolulu
men aboard, returned after three
days. The trio say they were sea
sick and disgusted, and turned back.
The customs house is trying to con
nect then up with an opium smug
Two small children of Louis Con
salves, Moiliili, Honolulu, were
fatally burned on last Monday
when the house caught fire. The
children were asleep in bed at the
time of the fire, and were rescued
by their mother, but died a few days
The celebration of the silver wed
ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
John T. Moir, of llilo, was the oc
casion of the assembling of more
than 300 guests at the llilo Masonic
Hall, Monday evening, of last week.
Three hundred acres of land at
Waiakea, llilo, has been set aside
for a rifie range for the Hilo com
pany of the National Guard. All
citizens are privileged to practice on
the range, with the rides and am
munition of Uncle Sam.
Dr. Hindley, a Hilo physician,
believes that the larva of the Medi
terranean fruit fly is responsible for
serious intestinal troubles among
children of the Territory, lie thinks
he lias found worms from the
stomachs of children that are iden
tical with the lly larva, and which
he believes have been taken by the
children in eating infested mangoes.
Contractor Marshall, of the Hilo
breakwater job, is said to be pre
paring to get rock for the structure
from the Waipio cliffs, near Kuikui
haele. The material is to be carried
by water, the (10 miles or iuoiv to
A number of sharp earthquake
shocks have occurred on the l!ig
Island during the past week, and
the volcano of Kilauea, is showing
signs of greater activity.
Andrew Lovell, the 1-Vyear old
son of Charles Lovell, of Kealia,
Kauai, was thrown from ahorsela.-t
Saturday, and killed. His neck was
broken by the fall.
A 2-year old child of Joe Cunha,
of Makaweli, Kauai, was drowned
on Monday, in a ditch into which
it had fallen.
Malakial e, a cow-boy on the Ko
loa Sugar Company ranch, Kauai,
had his right hand blown off by a
stick of dynamite, while engaged in
Dr. Ian McLaren addressed the
Honolulu Ad Club on Tuesday on
the beauties of llaleakala.
Baldwin T. White, a kamaaiua
resident of Ewa, Ouliti, died in the
Leahi Home, last Sunday evening.
He was stj years of ae.
Big Tenuis Today
The semi-finals in the II. A. liald
win doubles tennis tournament,
will he played off on the Kahului
courts this afternoon. Dr. Young
and W. II. Enirle play Stanley
Richardson and F. P. Ilosecrans, of
Paia; and Savage and MacLaren.of
I'uunene, play Lindsay and Collins
of Paia. The matches promise to
be hard fought and exciting.
Honolulu Wholesale Pro
duce Market Quotations
IsiUfd By the Territorial Marketing
Division. July 24, 1914.
ISLAND PHODUcr: ONLY.
I'.UV niul Poultry.
Fr.'sli Chicken Kirns, dust 4n
Fresh Duck l'V;;s. ilnz 311
liens. Hi ;b
Keosters. lb 91 id .HO 1 'i
Hrnili'rs II) 35 id .411
Tiirkry. Hi 35
DlH'lis. Mutnvv. II) .HI
Diii-ki, Hawaiian. (1mZ B CO
I.hv Slock I.ivo Weight.
IIdrk, lim.iiiii His. lb 1:1
lion's, 150 llw. illKlDHT. Ill . 13
U) H (o .18
Mill ton. lb hi
' i'f. H Iiu to .111
Irish, urn hs 1. no
Sweet, red 1.3ft
" yellow "
" wlilio "
New Ilernimlas, 11) 03
lleiins, s'rlnjj. Hi ....03 1-3 to .1)1
Ileiins. lima In pod. lb at
Herts, iloz. lmucli 311
('allium'!1. Hi 113 1-3
Carrots, iloz. bunch 111
Celery, do. ?5
Corn, sweet, l(l cars 1.00 lo 4.1m
Cucumbers, iloz 35
(Ireen Peas, lb 0
Peppers. Hell, lb Ill to Oil
Peppers, Chile, lb (U
Pumpkin, lb 01 to .01 I 4
Rhubarb, lb OS
Tomatoes, lb m 13 to .11.1
Turnips, white, lb 113
Walermelons. each 4S lo .HO
Itananas. Chinese bunch 3S lo .40
Ilanauas, rnokfuir. bunch T.Mol.ul
Finn, 100 ts
Orapes. Isabella, lb OH
Oranges. Hawaiian, loo I.Stl
Limes, Mexican, 100 ?f
Pineapples, iloz ivi to .H5
.Strawberrles.lb is to 30
Corn, small yellow, ton 4000
Com, Larire ss .mi
Charcoal, bair 35
Hides, wet-salted, No. 1, lb 14 I 3
No. 3. lb. 15 13
Kips, lb 1113
Sheep Skins, each 30
lloat Skins, white, each '.15
Gentle family cow, just in wiA Ihinl
calf Trice 90. lireil from imported
stock. Tel. lv. II. lirown, Haiku.
A few energetic young men and
women to get subscribers for the
MAUI NK WS. Good pay and in
CASH. We have an interesting
proposition to make to hustlers.
Write -Manager, MAUI PUB
LISHING Co., Wailuku.
Indian Kuniicr Dinks: I'ine pen (3
lueks anil drake) young just ready to
liigiii laying. , High grade birds. Write
MRS. WIIJ.. J. COOI'HR,
DR. JOHN H. FARRELL
Specialist ICyi, Nse and Throat will be
at the Maui Hotel, Wailuku, Tuesday,
July aS. A 1 j h i 1 1 1 1 1 1 L-1 1 1 s can be made by
'pluming oflice, Maui Hotel.
FOKl.ST RKSlvRVK HICAKIXC.
District of Kipahulu and Kaupo, Island
NOTICli IS IIERIUIY CIVIvX that
under the provisions of Chapter 38 of the
Revised J.aws of Hawaii, amended by
Act 05 of the Session J.aus of 1905 and
.'.ct 4 of the Session Laws of 1907, a pub
lic hearing will be held by the Governor
of the Territory ami the Hoard of Com
missioners of Agriculture and Forestry
oil Wednesday, the 19th day of August,
1914, at lo o'clock A. M., in the oflice of
the Hoard of Commissioners of Agricul
ture and l-'orcstrv. Government Xursery,
King Street, in the City and County of
Honolulu, to consider the di lining of the
limits and the setting apart as a forest
reserve of certain government lands,
more particularly in the Distlictn of Ki
pahulu and Kmipif, Island of Maui, con
taining an area of 10,700 acres, tuoie or
A map and description of the s.u'd
lands proposed to be set apnrl as a forest
reserve are on file in the oflice of the
Superintendent of Forestry, in Honolulu,
where they are open to the inspection of
At the said time and place nil persons
who so desire will be given full opportu
nity to be heard uKm the subject matter
of this notice and to present evidence
and arguments in person, by riroxy, or
by Utter, either FOR or AGAIXST the
the setting apart of the said lands as
i,rcns k. rixKH.yMi
Governor of Hawaii,
The Capitol, Honolulu, Joly 24th, 1914.
YOUNG MEN'S SAVINGS SOCIETY LTD.
Statement olf Resource & Li.-ihili t ies. lunc yOth, 191.
Real Instate Owned f .S,.V,,ki
Hills Receivable 2;, iSt (s
Cash in Hank.
5 19 03
Capital Stock f 30,000 00
Surplus & Profits 2 932 08
Xotes Payable 1 ,400 00
I, I. Garcia, Secretary ami Treasurer of the Young Men's Savings Society Ltd..
do solemnly swear that the above statement is true and correct to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this iStli d iv of July, A. 1). 191 (.
W. F. CROCKF.TT,
uly 25, Aug. 1, S.
For Men and Women
Shoes for every
Dress to Sport.
Parcel Post char
ges cheerfully prepaid.
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
OUR NEW SUH VICE
We have arranged a sehedule of
business hours that will enable us to
better serve the public at the same
time giving our employes more time
for out-of-doors enjoyment. The store
will be open daily, except Sunday
I (:Ji() a. m. to 11:15 p.m.
Sunday S a. in. to 12 m. 5 p. m. to 8:30
Maili Patrons are invited to call, leave
their packages and use the telephone
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Tllli lir.XAL STORK
Fort iind Hotel
at the touch
With a good oil cook 6tove there's no delay or
bother no lu'"ing of wood, coal or ashes. There's
no sino' e no wailing for lite lire to "eatih up". Cook
ing starts at once and when you're through you simply
turn oil' the heat no fuel waited. The
OIL COOK STOVE
h not just a "ruiek lunch", light housekeeping affair.
It is a complete all 'round stove that you can hake,
hroil and roat on just as well as ou 4 wood or coal
range and a lot cheaper. Best of all it doesn't
overheat the kitchen. An ideal summer stove.
Doesn't smoke. Doesn't taint the food.
Standard Oil Company