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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, FRIDAY, Al'RII, 7, 1916.
STATEMENT OK OWNERSHIP.
ETC., REQUIRED 15 Y THE ACT OF
CONGRESS OP AUGUST 24. 1012.
of Maui News published weekly al
Wailuku, Maui Co., Hawaii, for April
Sia'o of Hawaii, County of Maul.
TVforp tup, a Notary Publie in nnd
for tlip Slate and county aforesaid,
personally apucarnl Will. J. Cooper,
who, having heen duly sworn accord
ing to law, deposes and pays that Iip
is the editor and manager of the Maui
News and that the following is, to tho
best of his knowledge and belief, a
true statement of the ownership, man
agement (and if a daily paper, tho
circulation), etc., of the aforesaid pub
lication for the date shown in thp
above caption, required by the Act of
August 21, 1912, embodied in section
443, Postal Laws and Regulations,
printed on the reverse of this form,
to wit :
1. That the names find addresses of
the publisher, editor, managing editor,
and business manager.-; are:
Publisher. Maui Publishing Company,
Ltd , Wailuku, Hawaii. Editor, Will.
J. Cooper. Wailuku. Hawaii. Man
aging Editor. Will. Cooper, Wailuku,
Hawaii. Business Manager, Will. J.
Cooper, Wailuku, Hawaii.
2. That the owners are: (Give names
and addresses of individual owners, or,
if a corporation, give its name and
the names and addresses of stockhold
ers owning or holding 1 per cent or
more of the total amount of stock.)
Pioneer Mill Co. Ltd., Lahaina, D. H.
Case, Wailuku, D. C. Lindsay, Kahulul,
R. A.Wadsworth, Wailuku, C. D. Luf
kin, Wailuku. Kathryn M. Case, Wai
luku, J. J. Newcombe, Lahaina, Wai
luku Sugar Co., Wailuku, Wm. Ixnigh
er, Puunene. H. Streubeck, Wailuku,
J. Garcia, Wailuku, H. A. Baldwin,
Taia, Estate of Geo. Hons, Honolulu,
Millie 13. Hair. Hpko, D. H. Case,
Trustee for C. H. Atherton, Wailuku,
J. Garcia. Trustee for Rodrigues Min
ors. Wailuku, H. P. Baldwin, Ltd., Pu
unene, W. F. Pogue, Huelo, R. S.
Searle Jr., Honolua, J. W. Holland,
Kahului. Enos Vincent, Wailuku, A.
C. Wheeler, Honolulu, A. K. Ting, Ka
hului, Marie G. Vincent, Wailuku, L.
Weinzheimer, Lahaina, H. B. Penhol
low, Wailuku, W. J. Cooper, Wailuku.
3. That the known bondholders,
mortgagees, and other security holders
owning or holding 1 per cent or more
of total amount of bonds, mortgages,
or other securities are: (If there are
none, so state.) The First National
Bank of Wailuku, whose principal
place of business Is Wailuku, Maui
Co., Hawaii, holds promissory notes
amounting to $4000, secured by first
mortgage on property of company.
4. That the two paragraphs next
above, giving the names of the owners.
stockholders, and securifv holders, it
any, contain not only the list of stock
holders and security holders as the
appear upon the books of the company
but also, in cases where (ho slock
holder or security holder appears upon
the books of the company as truster
or in any other fiduciary relation, tin
name of the person or corporation
for whom such trustee is ai l in:., is
given: also that the said two para
graphs contain statements embracing
affiant's full knowledge and belief us to
the cicumslnnces and conditions under
which stockholders nnd security hold
ers who do not appear upon the book
of the company as trustees, bold slock
and securities in a capacity other than
that of a bona fide owner: and this
ailiant has no reason to believe that
any other person, association, or cor
poration has any interest direct or in
direct in the said stock, bonds, or oth
er securities than as so stated by him.
T. That the average number of cop
ies of each issue of this publication
sold or distributed, through the mail:
or otherwise, to paid subscribers dur
ing the six months preceding the date
shown above is (This information
is required from daily publications
WILL. J. COOPER.
Editor and Manager.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 5th day of April, 1916,
(My license expires June "0, 1916.)
SAYS REST HOUSE
Editor Maui News:
On Sunday, the 26th, two ourists.
Mr. and Miss Manigold of Milwaukee,
made the Haleakala trip under ideal
They praised our island ro;' Is but
thought that the mountain highway
from Makawao to Idlewilde needed
some smoothing out.
It lias been previously reported (hat
the Rest House is in an untidy condi
tion as there is no care-taker.
It is also stated that it is impossible
to obtain a care-taker all the year
round-- oiv account of the loneliness
of the life there. However that, may
be it is the manifest duty of the
island community to provide some
one to take charge of our $4i00
mountain house for as much of the
time as is possible or otherwise tin
place will soon become unattractive
Packard and other promi
nent automobile engineers
favor motor oils from
Western crude. Exposition
juries at San Francisco and San
Diego gave highest competitive
awards to Zerolene an oil from
Western crude. Zerolene is the
best oil for your motor because
scientifically refined from selected California crude
asphalt-base. Government experts tell us that oils
correctly refined from asphalt-base crude "distill
without decomposition" do not break up and lose
their lubricating value under cylinder heat and are
"much better adapted to motor cylinders, as far
as their carbon-forming proclivities are con
cerned, than are paraffine-base Pennsylvania oils."
When you empty the crank-case refill with Zero
lene. Dealers everywhere and at service stations
and agencies of the Standard Oil Company.
ARE CAMERAS TO I3E PROUD OF
I30TII AS TO APPEARANCE AND EFFICIENCY
THEY ACKNOWLEDGE NO RIVALS
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HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LIMITED
VT Till THEATERS
Attractions for Next Week
The?' Homo - of '
rj Saturday, April Stii W
$ KAGUiS NEST H
I Till-; SKY
Tuesday, April 1 1th
THE GILDI-D FOOL
XEAL OF THE
Wednesday, April 12th
THE CHORUS LADY
Thursday, April 13th
WELLER & YASCONCELLOS
At the Hawaii theater Honolulu Wil
liam I'aiiuni is scoring a knockout in
"The t'lilcleil Kool," the comedy-drama
which jiroved such a successful vehicle
lor Nat Goodwin a number of seasons
ago. l'arnum, in any offering, is a
favorite with the theater-going public
Farnttm usually is seen in heavy
parts but in the role of The Fool he is
called upon to portray a wealthy
youth alllicted with to much coin
ind an insane di sire to separate him
self from his bank roll.
"The Gilded Fool-' is another of
those popular Fox Film Corporation
offerings and no expense has been
It is to appear at the Maui Houses
'The Chorus Lady" is one of the
most popular contribution ever made
to the Paramount Program by the Jes
se L. l.asky Feature Play Company.
It is a play which lends itself ex
cellently to picturation. The frequent
and compelling incidents which lead
to the dramatic climaxes are (special
ly suited to the photo-drama. Patricia
OT.iian, the brave little chorus girl,
who is quick of tongue and big of
heart, is represented in splendid fash
ion. Her sister, Nora O'lirian who in
sisted upon going on the stage despite
Patricia's warnings, furnishes a human
example to thousands of girls through
out the world.
'PlacklSirds," in the picturization in
which Miss Laura Hope Crews makes
her second 'appearance as a Paramount
star of the Jesse L. Lasky Feature
Play Company, is adapted from the
drama of the same name in which
Miss Crew appeared a whole season
at the Lyceum Theatre, New ovk,
and on tour of the United States.
The auihor is Harry James Smith.
Lconio Sobatsky in "Iilackbirds" is
young American woman of ad
venturous disposition and inclination
who becomes a member of a success
ful, so to speak, band of smugglers.
With Leonie it is the excite ment and
thrill of the thing which appeals. She
is, as the title of the play suggest, a
It is when Leonie and the band
come into possession of a wonderful
oriental rug of mysterious religious
power that they understand the wrong
which they are doing. This transition
is brought about by a series of most
interesting situations and dramatic
Another feature, "The Eagle's Nest
is essentially a melodrama, but not
melodrama of the exaggerated blood
and thunder variety. On the screen
combined with the beautiful and mag
nificent backgrounds, and these sup
ported by perfectly clear photography,
the entire espect of the picture under
goes a change.
Artistic scenes, some filmed jn the
Garden of the Gods of Colorado, offer
themselves as such beautiful back
grounds to the story, yet do not
eclipse the action, that scenically
there is no cause for unfavorable
The Eagles" next will appear at
Wailuku this Saturday night (April8),
and Kahului next Tuesday.
Saturday, April i
THE WHITE PEARL,
XEAL of the XAYY
Monday, April 10th
THE GILDED FOOL
Wednesday, April 12th
NEW FILM SERVICE
AT VALLEY ISLE
The Valley Isle Theatre has chang
ed its film service- from Weller and
Vasconcellos to the Hawaii Film Ex
change, Mr. Henry Bredhoff, Manager,
with headquarters at the Masonic
Temple, Honolulu. The Hawaii Film
Exchange has completed arrange
ments with the Mutual Film Ex
change, San Francisco, controlling a
large number of the leading film pro
ducers, among whom are the Tanhous
ar, Erocho and other film producers,
whose films meet the approval of the
ever increasing moving picture goers
films that touch the heart and thrill
the senses. These are all clean pic
tures, fit for any child or woman to
see and proper for exhibition on Sun
day evenings, the same are being done
with these films already in Honolulu
with great success and satisfaction.
The management of the Valley Isle
Theatre will give to the public what
it desires in a legitimate way for any
other way is foreign to it.
The theatre opened last Wednesday
night with a bumper house under the
new arrangement, and the big
audience went away fully satisfied.
"IUacU No. 107," in 3 reels and "The
Man of Iron," in 2 reels, also a single
reel depicting the San Diego Exposi
tion, will be tonight's (Friday) pro
gram. Tomorrow. Saturday the 8th,
a 4 reel feature, titled: "The Aviator's
Enemy," will be one full of thrills, and
three other reels both drama and
comedy, will not fail to please. The
local Filipino Quintette Club will fur
nish instrumental music of a high
order including selections from great
Great Northern Pacific Steamship Company
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Leave 11 P. M.
Arrive 11 A. M.
FOUR AND A HALF DAY SERVICE.
First Class ...$65.00 and up.
Tourist $45.00 and $50.00
For rates, Information and literature, apply or write
FRED. L. WALDRON, LIMITED. Agents, HONOLULU
Mails are due to arrive in Honolulu
From San Francisco Per Wilhel-
mina, April 11; IT. S. T. Thonias;
April 13: Nippon Maru, April 15.
From Yokohama Per U. S. T. Sher
man, May 5.
From Vancouver Per Makura, April
From Australia Per Ventura, April
Mails are due to leave Honolulu as
For San Francisco rer Ventura,
Lurline, April 11; Wilhelmiua, April
For Yokohama Per lT. S. T. Thom
as. April 13; Nippon Maru, April 15-
For Vancouver Per Niagara, April
For Australia Per Sierra, April 17;
Makura, April 19.
SEALED TENDERS will be receiv
ed up until 11 A. M. of Saturday,
April 8, 1916, for CONSTRUCTING
A ROADWAY THROUGH THE WAI-OIIULI-
KEOKEA BEACH LOTS,
T ho Superintendent o f Public
Works reserves the right to reject any
or all tenders.
Plans, specifications and blank
forms of proposal are on file in the
olllce of the agent of the Public
Works Department, Wailuku, Maui,
and the oilice of the Superintendent
of Public Works, Capitol Building,
Honolulu, T. H.
Charles It. Forbes.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, March 25, 191G.
Men. 31, Apr. 7, 1916.
Sealed tenders will be received at
the office of the County Clerk, Coun
ty of Maui, T. H. until 2:30 o'clock P.
M. Friday, April 11th, 1916, for the
construction of two bridges (one at
four mile and the other at five and
one-half on the Maalaea Road) in
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Maul, T. H. reserves the
right to reject any ad all tenders.
Plans and specifications and blank
proposals are on file in the office of
the County Clerk, Wailuku.
A deposit of $3.00 is required for
each set of plans and specifications.
BY ORDER OF ' THE BOARD OF
SUPERVISORS FOR AND WITHIN
THE COUNTY OF MAUI.
Win. Fred Kaae.
County Clerk, County of Maui.
Mch. 24, 31, Apr. 7, 1916.
DEATH OF FORMER PASTOR
OF KAAHUMANU CHURCH
Rev. John Nua, for several years
the pastor of Kaahumanu church, Wai
luku, died last Sunday morning at the
Beretania Sanitarium, Honolulu, after
a several weeks illness of typhoid
fever. He was 67 years of age, and
Is survived by a wife. Ho was one of
the most popular Hawaiian ministers
in the territory, and since leaving
Maui had been in charge of the Hau
ula church on Oahu. He spent several
yeais in the South Sea Islands as a
missionary, prior to coining to Maui.
I His second wife, who is r,ow deceased,
was a daughter of the late Rev. II.
Manase, of this island.
The funeral took place Monday from
tho Kawaiahao church, Honolulu, in
terment being in the Kawaiahao ce
metery. The funeral services were
conducted by the Rev. Stephen Desha.
Mr Nua owned considerable property
here on Maui, which it is understood
he left to the Hawaiian Board.
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HIGH CLASS WORK
Wailuku, Maul, T. II.
P. O. Box 13
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