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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1917.
First Of New Beans
Brings Eleven Cents
Should All Be Needed In Islands
Kula Onions Likely To Find Toor
Market Marketing Division las
HONOLULU, July 2 Eggs and Isl
and butter are in demand. The Divi
sion has all the poultry that it needs
for the present. There are a great
many Muscovy ducks being sent to
the market this year. A few turkeys
have been sold during the week Init
there will be only a limited demand
until the holidays.
The first bag of calico beans from
(he new Maui crop arrived this week
and were sold for eleven dollars. As
the crop is reported to be much small
er this year than expected every beau
should be consumed in the territory
instead of sending them to the coast
ns was done last year. A large corn
crop is reported on Maui and the last
mail brings word that there are about
Sun bags of Bermuda onions in Kula
which will be harvested during the
coming month. These onions will no
doubt have to compete with the im
ported California onions and will
bring a low price. Island onions are
moving very slowly now at $2.75 a
Due to the fact that there has been
very little call for field and garden
seeds in bulk, the Division has turned
over to the U. S. Army a large quanii
ty of seed to plant their fields at
Cast nor. Among the seeds they are
going to plant are alfalfa, pumpkins,
peas, beans, kufir corn, mangel wurt
zel, carrots and beets. The Division
still has a large quantity of ti.e diffe
ent. varii't ies of seed on hand in bulk
and in packages.
The month of June will be the best
month tltal the Division has ever had
The total sales will be over twenty
thousand dollars. The conslgment
sales have increased greatly but the
retail department sales have fallen off
a little due to the fact that all credit
accounts were discontinued on the
first of the month. A. T. LONG LEY,
Would Have Banks
Secretary Of Haiku Farmers Associa
tion Sends Open Letter To Banks
On Matter Ol Long Time Farm Loans
Wants Federal Loan Act Rates
Woman Suffrage Bill
The following Bill was introduced
into the House of Representatives by
Delegate Kalanianaole on May 24, be
ing referred to the Committee on Ter
ritories and ordered to be printed.
Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the
United States of America in Congress
assembled. That the Legislature of the
Territory of Hawaii be, and It Is here
by, vested with the power to provide,
that, in all elections authorized to be
held by the organic act of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, female citizens pos
sessing the Bame qualifications as
male citizens shall be entitled to vote.
Sec. 2. That the said legislature Is
further hereby vested with the power
to have submitted to the voters of
the Territory of Hawaii the question
of whether or not the female citizens
of the Territory shall be empowered
to vote at elections held under the
laws of the Territory of Hawaii.
Sec. 3. That all provisions of the
organic act of the Territory of Hawaii
restricUng the right to vote to male
citizens which are in conflict With the
provisions hereof are hereby repeal
ed. Sec. 4. That this Act sdiall take
effect and be enforced from and after
Its approval, and shall be held to
apply to both territorial and munici
Entered Of Record j
H. ........... .m.h
F MINAMINA & VF to D Kaai, R P
5456, Kul 5191, Kahiwa, Waialua,
Molokai, Oct 20, 1916. $100.
JOHN W KALUA to D Kaai, pc land,
Waialua, Molokai, Feb 2, 1917. $350.
KALUN'A NAKOANA to Jerry Burns,
int in Grs 1241, 1246 & 1242, June
14, 1917. $40.
D I KALAKAUA to Jerry Burns, tnt
in Estate of J Ahulii Sr, deed, Kau
po, Maui, June 22, 1917. $70.
KONA LI1LII to Jerry Burns, int in
Estate of J Ahulii Sr, deed, Kaupo,
Maui, June 22, 1917. $40.
WILLIAM V KONA & WF to Jerry
Burns, int in Estate of J Ahulii Sr,
deed, Kaupo, Maui, June 22, 1917.
SAMUEL KOLONA, to Antone Kolo-
na, R. P. 62U5, Waihee, Wailuku,
Maui, Feb. 19, 1916, $10.
NO A KAMAKAU, & WF to A. M.
Brown, Lot 68, Gr. 6795, Kula, Maui,
Feb. 8, 1917. $500.
KULIANA P. NIUWE, to A. M. Brown
Lot 67, Gr. 6851, Kula, Maui, June
9, 1917. $429.92.
Wadsworth, Lots 1 & 2 of Gr. 1216,
Pulehuiki, .Mam, June 2, 1917. $5750.
KAPIO (w) & USB. io Moses M. Ka
hiapo, int in hui land, Ulumalu, Ha
makualoa, Maui, July 2, 1917. $10.
Assignments of Mortgage
F. N. LUFKIN, Tr. to Bank of Maui,
Ltd. see Hook 469, Page 124; Book
467, Page 367; Book 449, Page 446.
& Book 461, Page 480, May 1, 1917.
KEAHIULA & HSB to J H Kunewa,
Hr. int in R P 5354 & int in It
P 6223, Waikapu, Maui, June 21,
MRS D K MOOKINI to Murakami, int
in R I' r-640, Puunoa, Lahaina, Maui
June 26, 1917. 15 yrs at $100; paid
in full for whole term.
Haiku, Maui, June 23, 1917.
An Open Letter to the Banks of
The Farm Loan Act for Hawaii has
been defeated by the Senate. Accord
ing to the newspaper reports Hono
lulu bankers stated, before the Judici
ary Committee of the Senate, that
"legitimate nnd worthy enterprises
could secure such loans as were need
ed from the banks direct."
We are led to believe from this that
the local banks may now be willing
to lend on the same terms as the Fed
eral Farm Loan Act and the proposed
Act for Hawaii which was defeated
by one vote in the Senate.
In view of the above we, the Haiku
Farmers' Association vitally concern
ed in the extension of the provisions
of the proposed Act for Hawaii that
failed of passage, and of the Federal
Farm Loan Act, to the Territory of
Hawaii ask that the bankers of Hawaii
severally or collectively, place them
selves on record as favoring the bor
rowing, provisions of said Acts. And
in view of the defeat of the Farm
Loan Act for Hawaii, and of the fact
that the Federal Act does not Include
applications for loans under the pro
visions of the said Acts. The essen
tial features of these Acts, as they ap
peal to this Association, are
(a) Repayment on the amortiza
tion plan (except crop loans).
(b) Long terms.
(c) Basis of value to be the value
of the security after the requested
loan has been expended.
(d) Where the loan requested does
not exceed fifty (50) percent of the
value of the land plus twenty (20)
percent of the value of the improve
ments, interest to be at the rate of
five (5) percent. (Present Federal
(e) Where the loan requested ex
ceeds the limit of "d" but does not
exceed the limit of the proposed Act
for Hawaii, namely sixty (60) percent
of the value of the land plus sixty (60)
percent of the value of the improve
ments, interest to be at the rate of
six (6) percent.
If you are .favorable to these Dro-
visions and will extend your banking
facilities to aid the classes for whose
benefit farm loan acts are intended,
we will cooperate with you In every
way .possible for the advancement of
legitimate and worthy farm enterprises.
Very truly yours,
HAIKU FARMERS' ASSOCIATION
By Edwin C. Moore, Secretary
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL., July 3 White mobs, shooting and burn
ing in negro section, killing at least 16 fleeing from houses set afire.
Other negroes are believed to have been incinerated. Three hundred
whites arrested. Military now in charge. No cars running and no
saioons open. Hundreds of whites are lined along nitrccr section burn
ing and shooting. Mayor at 9 o'clock asked for fire department from
St. Louis. Fire makes streets like day, while howling mob chases
negroes. Militia called out and 23 companies are enroute for scene.
Soldiers are now at corners of city. Negroes are barricaded at vari
ous points shooting at soldiers while snipers battle with negroes. At
11 o clock dead were estimated at 75 negroes and 2 whites, with 80
negroes and a dozen whites in hospital. Loss from fire is estimated at
$3,000,000. Fires were then burning in four parts of city. Many
negroes taken in trucks to municipal building for protection. Panic
when lights were suddenly extinguished.
ROME, July 3 Reports Austrian attack repulsed with losses.
HONOLULU, July 3 Former Mayor Lane will probably work for
List of democratic city appointees includes three sons of Mayor
Veterinarians Edmunds and Golding, of San Francisco, have ar
rived to help fight anthrax. One is leaving immediately for Parker
Ranch to be ready for any emergency.
TIENSIN, CHINA, July 3 Emperor, according to reports from
Peking, is now in possession of palace and is surrounded by military
leaders. President Li has answered the demand that he resitrn in favor
ot iisuan by saying it is impossible.
fcAIM I'KANLUbCU. lulv 3 State cone udes case of Mrs. Moonev
auer putting on loo witnesses.
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Week ending June 29, 1917.
BUTTER AND EGGS. '
Island butter, lb. cartons 40
Eggs, select, doz 60
Eggs, No. 1. doz 58
ogss, Duck, doz 43
Young roosters, lb 45
Hens, lb 35
Turkeys, lb 45
Ducks, Muse, lb 30 to .32
Ducks, Pekln lb 30 to .32
Ducks, Haw. doz 6.75
VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE.
Beans, string, green 04
Deans, string, wax green 05
Beans, Lima In pod 03 to .04
Beans, Maui red None
Beans, Calico, cwt 11.00
Beans, small white None
Peas, dry Is. cwt None
Beets, doz. bunches 30
Carrots, doz. bunches 40
Cabbage, cwt 3.50
Corn, sweet, 100 ears None
Corn, Haw. sm. yel None
Corn, Haw. lg. yel None
Itce. Jap. seed, cwt 6.60
nice, Haw. Beed. cwt 6.75
Peanuts, lg. lb None
Peanuts sm. lb Nope
Oreen peppers, bell j)5
Green peppers, chilli 104
Potatoes, Is. 1 4.00 to 4150
Potatoes, sweet, cwt 175
Potatoes, sweet red cwt 2.00
Taro, cwt 1.00 to 150
Taro, bunch n5
Green peas, lb Noiie
Cucumbers, doz 25 to 40
Pumpkins, lb 01
Bananas, Chinese, bunch ... .20 to 50
uananas. Cooking, bu 1.00 to L25
Figs, 100 JS0
Grapes, Isabella, lb 110
Limes, 100 75 to 1100
Pineapples, cwt 1.50
Papaiaa, lb , 102
Strawberries 20 to '.25
Beef, cattle, and sheen are not
bought at live weight They are
slaughtered and naid for on. a dressed
Hogs, up to 150 lbs 14 to 1(16
Beef, lb 13 to 114
Veal, lb Il4
Mutton, lb 17 to 419
Pork, lb 120
HIDES, Wet Salted.
Steer, No. 1. lb (20
Steer, No. 2. lb 118
Steer, hair slip 18
Kips, lb i20
Goat, white' 20 to 38
The following are prices on feedi
o. b. Honolulu: j
Corn, Bm. yel. ton Nne
Corn, lg. yel. ton 80.00 to 85.00
Corn, cracked ton 82.00 to 8j.00
Bran, ton 46.00 to 6(1.00
Barley, ton 65.00 to 68.00
Scratch food ton 85.00 to 87.50
Oats, ton 60.00 to 64.00
Wheat, ton 90.00 to 10500
Middling, ton 60.00 to 68.00
Hay, wheat 36.00 to 40.00
Hay, Alfalfa 40,00
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LODGE MAUI, NO. 984, A. F. V A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahulul, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
H. K. DUNCAN. R. W. M.
W. A. nOBBINS, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHT8
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailu
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All visiting members are cordially
invited to attend.
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