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TIIK MAUI XI'AVS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1914
THE WISDOM IN SAYING.
A limn wlin saves 11 dollar is a benefactor; uno who teaches anotheito
ave .1 1 1 1 ; 1 1- is a public In in factor anil should be knighted by the slate.
A doll ar put in tho Hank at, compound interest takes rout instantly, it is
not patched or burned ly drouths; not killed ly frost, or sleet. It ean
siiollie injured by lieat or hy cold, ly famine or pestilence, by fire or by
Hood. It will not he lost, through a hole in the pocket, nor borrowed by
some pf-t i I i i t ial friend or hoon companion. It is heyond the reach of
( arthquake or lightning, accident, sneak-thief, thug or murderer. It
works for you hy day and hy night, Sundays, legal holidays and week
days are all the same to it. It will not rust nor rot, nor he cnten hy
worms. Il w ill sprout and mature a crop of interest for you every year
throughout all eternity and then he as fresh and as ready to go on work
in;,' for you and your descendants, as the day it was first carried to the
hank. It will he a sla ve t hat licit her a ts, d rinks nor sleeps, nor dies,
and needs no overseer.
The investment of money in a savings account at the hank at com
pound interest is tin' hest in vest mint , t he most prolitahlc business and
the greatest and grander! speculation that I know anyt hing ahotlt .
Till: l-TIJST NATIONAL HANK oFWAIH KT
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
HONOLULU SCHOOL FOR BOYS (Inc.)
Preparatory Grammar and High School
A Boarding Establishment
SEVENTY CADETS Ik
Next term commences Sept. 14, 1914.
For catalogue apply
iL. G. BLACKMAN, Principal
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YOUNG MEN'S SAVINGS SOCIETY LTD.
Stutement of Resources & Liabilities, .lime 150 til, 1011.
Real ICstatc Owned $ 8,3nao
Hills Receivable 25,48305
Cash in Hank 549 03
Capital Stock fon.mxi 00
Surplus & I'rofils 293213s
Notes Payable 1,40000
I, J. Carcia, Secretary ami Treasurer of the Yuiing Men's Savings Society Ltd.,
do sokinuly swear tliat the above statement is true and correct to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
Subscribed and sworn to before me U113 lStli day of July, A. 1). 1914.
W. V. CROCKI5TT,
July 25, Aug. I, S.
And now there are
TWO BRANDNEW KODAKS
NO. 1 KODAK JUNIOR Takes a picture 2x3l 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, 1-50 second. Cable
release. New style back. Two prices, according to lens used:
$7.50 and $9.00.
NO. I A KODAK JUNIOR-Like the above, but fakes 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
Experiment Station Plans To Estab
lish Demonstration Farm With
Expert in Charge
If the plans of Dr. Wilcox, of the
Hawaii l'xperiment station ami tin'
TiTritorial Marketing Division work
out, Maui is soon to have one of
1 1 ir most important demonstration
farms yet. to lie eslalilislied in this
Territory. The new branch will he
estahlished in the Kuiaha home
stead section, which up to the pre
sent time has no assistance of this
It is understood that all that is
lolding the matter hack is the
pproval of Washington to the use of
portion of the Federal funds, now
Available, for this specific purpose.
When this approval is secured it is
the intention to select one of the
homestead lots, and to have it farm-
l in diversified crops under close
lireetion of the experiment sU'tion.
Hie idea will' he to ascertain hy
ictual field trials, the best methods
for growing different products, the
varieties best suited to local condi
tions, and the seasons to plant. A
start in this work has been made by
the farmers themselves, but it is too
bi a job for individuals.
The low prices of pineapples, and
the uncertainty of this crop for the
future, has made the Haiku settlers
particularly anxious to find other
means of making s living from their
lands, so that the new demonstra
tion farm will be most thankfully
welcomed by them.
It is reported that the plans of the
station call for the employment of
in expert scientific farmer to have
lircet charge of the farm, who will
command a salary oi sjimju per
year. The manager will work in
connection with the Experiment
station, and also with the Territori-
i Marketing division, and will be
i .i on.
expected to he the eiuei iaetor in
holding the farmers of the district
i H0NQLULlJ PH0T0 SUPPLY CQ i
Our Cjixxii Sold Al lailory Price
Importers 3c Dealers
Will Decorate For
If the plans of the Hoard of Su
pervisors carry, and as there is no
opposition they probably will,
Wailuku will probably be more
elaborately decorated for the big
Civic Convention, to be held here
early in October, than ever before.
The Civic Convention Committee,
in a communication to the super
visors, this week suggested the
desirability of some action being
taken to put the town in fitting
trim to receive the big delegations
from the other Islands. Just what
will be done in the decorating line
is not yet decided upon, but it is
assured that it will be worth while
Maui Library Gets
Sixty-five beautiful volumes were
added to the books of the Maui Lib
rary, this week, through the gen
erosity of the Atherton Estate. The
books formed a part of the stock of
the Crossroads liookshop, of Ifono
lulu, which has lately gone out of
business, and the books in question
comprise a number of especially rich
and handsome sets of standard
works. The retail value of the do
nation would amount to several
The list comprises 12 volumes,
Waverly Novels; 10 volumes, "The
Making of America"; 8 volumes,
Hugo's Works; 10 volumes, Steven
son's works; 7 volumes, "Men tv
Religion Messages" ; 8 volumes,
Winston 'sEncyclopedae; 2 volumes,
"The Story of Franco''; 2 volumes,
Motley's Dutch Republic; American
istory; 2 volumes, "Story of the
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avy '; nanny a nay , zvomnies
Land of the Wine."
Mrs. Baldwin in Oakland.
Mrs. Frank liahhvin and her son
have arrived from the islands, and
are spending some time with Mrs.
Bald win's parents, the K. H. Kit
tredges, at the hitter's country
home, "Tres Knciiuis." It is sit
uated near Los Gatos, and the Kit
tredges have had it for so many
years that they have made of it an
ideal summer place.
Mrs. Baldwins Ik nie is on a
large sugar plantation on one of
the small islands near Hawaii
She was formerly Miss Harriet
Kittredge, one of the most beauti
ful girls of the former Fortnightly
set. Oakland Tribune.
Long Voyage Profitable
The schooner Defender with f
cargo of sugar from the Kaeleku
Sugar Company, liana, reached San
Francisco on the 7th inst. aeeoiding
to recent advices, after a Ill-day
voyage. When she sailed, sugar
was (ploted at !?('." per ton, but wa
SS,") when she made port. She car
ried ahotit VI, I. W hags ot sugar
wo Hurt in Row
In Filipino Camp
A general fight among the Fili
pino laborers in the John H. Wil
son grading camp, above Nahiku,
last Tuesday resulted in two new
itients being admitted to Malulani
ispital, upon the arrival of the
Claudine, on Wednesday evening,
and two other Filipinos being given
lodging in the county jail.
Through jealousy for a woman
ith whom he had been living, Be-
sento Supesencia, made a murderous
ittaek on her with a knife, inflicting
number of severe, but not fatal
wounds. Jose Bonito, undertook
the role of peacemaker, and was
struck with a club in the hands of
one Valentine Deasis, and sustained
badlv fractured arm.
$12 Worth of Porkers
Cost Territory $15
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
GASOLINE and DISTILLATE IN D SUM
LAHAINA STORE. Y
Forfeited Bail Fcr Trespass
George Kaholokai forfeited $10
bail in the district court of Wai
luku on Tuesday, the charg
against him being that he w
found unlawfully upon tin- preni
ises of another. In more specific
terms, he enti led a house at Wai
llee :ne night recently, while pre
suiiiablv irrational from some cause
and clearly witiioiu adequate ex
Old Time Doctors' Fees.
Army doctors" fees In tlie spventnpntli
century in Knropu were rather modest,
rmrim; t!n civil war. for Instance, the
physician ironcrnl of Cromwell's nrmy
received 10 sliillinjrs n day. tho npothc
cary Ki'iiernl Us. !)!., the ehirurpeon
peneral 4 shilling and his two iisslst
nnts half n crown on eh day. Then
enmp tho inevitable economist, whoso
deeds C. II. Firth summarized thus In
n Conililll article of March, 1001: "In
lfi.'l the surgeon's pay rose to 0 Bhll
linu's n day; in 1055 it was fixed nt 5
shillings, mid the economists cut off
one of his mates. In 1057 his pay yns
again reduced to 4 shillings n day.
Monclc considered the sum bo lnsnlll
ciont that (in 105S) he ordered the sur
geons to he entered us privntes on tho
master roll of their regiments in order
to give them an additional uinepence
a day." London Standard.
Bombay's Bird Market.
It is n common practice in India to
keep birds as pets In captivity, parrots
being most popular for this purpose,
but cockatoos, mainas (a smaller kind
of talking bird), canary birds, doves
and gray headed love birds are nlso
frequently boon in cages. Tho bird
market nt Bombay Is one of tho
unique sights of that city, there be
ing offered for sale there thousnuds of
birds, ehielly from India and tho east
coast of Africa, especially Zanzibar.
According to Professor V. M., 'Thorn
ton of Armstrong college, globular
lightning descends slowly from a
clo-.iJ, generally after a violent clap of
thunder, in the form of n brilliant
bluish ball. It bounds from the earth
when it touches and then moves off a
few yards horizontally. These bnlls
readily follow nn electric conductor
n gas pipe, for instance and burst
when they touch water or sometimes
In the open air. The ball then disap
pears Instantaneously with n violent
explosion, which may do damage and
which produces a strong smell of
Thornton believes with reason that
globular Iightiiln.fi Is made up princl
pally of a mass of ozone. This hy
pothesis explains why the color of the
ball is usually bluish, why the lumi
nous mass descends slowly through the
air, ozone being of a density about 1.7
times that or air. and finally why the
instantaneous disappearance of the
ball Is accompanied by an explosion,
for the transformation of ozone Into
oxygen liberates a great quantity of
"In some parts of Iirazil there nre
birds with bills a yard long," said the
"What do they call them?" nsked the
"number birds." replied the tall man.
I The Kenry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd. I
HUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE, STOCKS At I'.ONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTGAdES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
O. Rox :!4b" I
Meals on Time
to Molokai last week to
criminal action against
man alleged to have been guilt
of hog-stealing, County Attorney
Case discovered upon arrival that
the whole matter amounted to
nothing more than a family dispute
ibout the division of progeny of a
certain rangy porker, and that the
ironertv in ciuestion was only
alued at ?12. The matter was
settled amicably by Justice Con-
radt, after a conference with the
parties, and Attorney Case returned
home. The cost to the county of
the nroceedings was about $15, or
considerably more than the total
value of the property.
Order Rate Reduced
A good oil stove gives full heat just
as soon as it's lighted. There's no waiting
for the fire to catch up or the oven to heat.
Meals can lie started later and still he served right
on time, lhat means less work and less time in
OIL COOK STOVE
burns kerosene, the clean, cheap fuel and gives an in
tense heat that can be regulated just as you want it. It
does all sorts ot cooking and baking just as well as a
wood or coal stove and without tainting the food.
Don't cook in a hot kitchen this summer. Don't lug
coal and wood and ashes. Get a New Perfection.
It saves all this trouble and it's economical, too.
Ask your dealer for the New Perfection.
Standard Oil Company
DOREGO and EDWARDS
WXU I I' l'liO.l-: fill -:. WAIl.l'KI-, -MAUI.
Two T-Seatur l'ackauls. Meet ull Steaiwrx. Thrrn I Siottr Cms. ('jc;irr Kates.
Leaves Wailuku lor Lahaina Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 10 p. m. Saturdays, 6 p. m.
Not less than 3 Passengers.
I V If you have a party of 4 or more, wireless at our expense.
The post olliee department has
announced a radical change in re
gulations and rates for international
money orders. Instead of a number
of schedules of charges, as heretofore,
but one schedule now applies to
practically all countries in the postal
union, the rates ranging from 10
cents for money orders of gll) or
under, to 1 for orders of from ?!)()
OUR NEW SERVICE
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
6:30 a. ni. to 11:15 p. m.
Sunday 8 a. m. to 12 m. 5 p. m. to 8:ttO
Maui Patrons are invited to call, leave
their packages and use the telephone
BENSON, SMITH & CO., L
Tllli UBXAL STOIili
Port ii ml Hotel