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THE MAUI NEW&-
-SATURDAY, MAY .4, J 907
IS FERMENTED IN GLASS-ENAMELED VATS.
Alter the process of fermentation it is lagered (aged; from
four to five months in Glass-Lined Steel Tanks, from which it is
drawn into bottles.
THUS IT IS IN GLASS
FROM KETTLE TO LIP
The result is-an exquisite taste and flavor, distinctively its ej
, which accounts for the sale of M
OF B DWEISER IN Si) 05.
Exceeding that of all other bottled beers.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Remember the lame
PLACE TO BUY
I Maui Wine k
OUR GOODS ARE RIGHT S
OUR SERVICE IS RIGHT
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Wc Want Your Trade and Will Do Our
g Best to Hold It. :
Tim Jiuuuy uium iuiui mum iiiMuum mummmK
Chns. M. Cooke, Tres. C. D. Iufkin, Casliier Win, Henning, Vicc-I'res.
R. A. wnaswortli, Director v. L,. Decoto, Director
FIRST ANNUAL STATEMENT
AT CIOSK OF BUSINESS, DEC. 31, 1906
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts.... 29,446.64
Cash and Exchanges 6,340.56
U. S. Bonds 6,25o.o!
Otlier Bonds (Quickly con- v, . -vertible)
Premium on U. S. Bonds 20.00
Capital Stock 25,000.00
undivided rrotits 2.54
Due to B inks 514.40
Circulation ,. 6,250.00
Deposits : , 23,006.22
Funiiture and Fixtures..
t . . -. r T? 1
$ 54. 773. 16
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, J
COUNTY OF MAUI f b
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above uniued bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best 01 my knowledge ami Delict.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4U1 day of January, 1907.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
MAKE YOUR OWN GAS
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Generators II A Y B N,0 EQUAL.
We are the Agents for the "OMEGA" and will cheerfully give
.estimates on: 1
GENERATORS from 10 Its. to JJOO Its.
FIXTURES of all kinds.
COMPLETE PL YNTS properly installed.
Let us talk ''GAS MACHINE" to you and o can convince you
that you require an outfit to make your home complete.
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Kllllil-WAILUICU GUN ccims
The second contest for the cup
offered by the Maui Hotel for the
prize shooting between the gun
tlubs of Maui vas contested for
last Sunday morning and resulted
in favor of the combined clubs of
Kihei and Wailuku.
l'lio first shoot was at Waikapu
some weeks ago and resulted in
favor cf the Kihci-Wailuku team.
The shoot of Sunday was at I'uu-
nene and as the result was in favor
of the same team they will .now
hold the cup indefinitely.
The score of Sunday was as fol
J. Bel! 4.
.T. Moura J 80
M. Keeney ' ' ;J8
P. A. Miiviield . i!iJ
. Sparks " ' 30
W. W. Weseoalt
G. L. Keeney (
Each marksman shot at fifty
blue rocks thrown at unknown
The score of Inst Sunday was on
an average much bettor than thai
of the previous shoot.
The contestants were shown
every courtesy by the Puunene club
and after the shoot a luncheon was
spread for the members of the
teams. It being the desire of the
members to challenge Honolulu
some time in the near future the
All Maui Gun Club was formed
with P. .7. Bell as President G. L.
Keeney Vice President, W. A.
Sparks Secretary. E. M. Keeney,
Treasurer and P. A. Mayfield Field
The new club will consist of all
of the members of all of the teams
Ntitionol Home to Cure Lcpui's.
"Can leprosy be cured?" is a ques
tion which apparently lias been an'
swurcd by a refuse for lepers in
Louis-hua in the alTirmative, and
there are indications that within u
few years the United StaUs will
have a national home for the treat
meat of the dread disease.
There Is now only one place on this
continent where the leper may find a
refuse and a home that will afford
him all the necessary comforts of life.
This home-is situated in the stato of
Louisiana, In Iberville parish, on a
large tract of land bordering the
Mississippi river, and in cnte-bullum
days was called Indian camp planta
tion. I he same name still clings to
the estate, but instead of an old-
fashioned plantation house, with its
barn and stable and negro quarters
and its fields green with cane or
white with cotton, there is the at
tractive administration building re
modeled Irom the ancient plantation
"big- Ik use," and clustered about a
number of low, roomy modern brick
structures which serve as sleeping
quarters anl treatment rooms fu
This Is Ihi! icper house of the state
of Loutciuna, tliteetly under sate
oversight and governed by a board
of control Here for the last- few
jcars Dr. Isadora Dyer, consulting
lepro'oglst and Dr. Ralph Hopkins,
visiting physician, have struggled to
cure the discus", and slowlv but
surely tliev have deiimnst rated, they
declare, that if it In- ink. mi in hand
before the l.iet Majjci. inive been
rendu d, leprosy, ! ne tin of i cer
tain cm rue nl t n ut incut can tic cm
Since 1SU4 th.-ie iiuvo been adinl t
cd to the limine 101 patients. Ot ttds
number three have been discharged
as oured, -10 have diud, 74 have ab
sconded that is, rim away from the
home --and 41 reman at Imiian Camp.
Of the three casts discharged the
tirst was that of a by admitted in
October, 11)02 at the age or 13. He
was discharged December 7, 11)01, as
cured, and has been kept under ob
servation evei since. Reports show
that there has been no ri lurn of any
evidence of the disease.
'Ihe second cao was tlio,t of a wo
man admitted Augubt 10, 1900, at
age of 50, and djsobarged cured Do
comber 11), 100,"). Tliflro has" been no
evidence of a recurrence of tho . dis
ease in her ease. This pallet was
kept 18 months under observation
after leMons had disappeared before
she was discharged from the home.
The third case was that of u wd
man admitted June 2f 1004 at the
age of 30 years, and discharged
April 25, 1900, cured. She was kept
at the home more than a year under
observation after the lesions had
Eight of the patients now at th
home show a type of arrested nils
ease, with, no active lot-ions and no
evidence of Ihe disease except pig
mentation. Of this number at least
six are now under observation, with
a view to their discharge alter a
reasonable period of freedom from
This is the triumph of medical sci
ence at the Louisiana stale leper
hoirie, but it is only the beginning. It
represents man years of toil and
self-denial on the part of public
spirited cltizons, attending physi
cians, and last, but probably greatest
of all, the Sisters Of Charity who
have devoted their lives to minister'
ing to the. lepers.
The treatment which has accom
plished sucli wonderful results con
sists, it is said, in administering
ichthyol, cUlorate ol potash, strych
nine,, salicy late of soda, chatilmiigra
oil'rnd arsenic. Tue best results
scrth to follow the treatment with
ehaulmugra oil and strychnine, the
three patients discharged as cured
having had this course.
The method of treatment is large
ly one of nutrition, it being known
that if a resistance- can b'e establish
ed in the individual patient the d'n
case will disappear. All patients,
therefore, are required to lake daily
hot baths, eat plenty of wholesome
food, without respect to its being
lish, lies!., fowl o;- vegetable, and to
spend as much lime a possible in the
open aid and sunshine. Sic r.
A District Mngtsti'iitc Under
District Magistrate J. W. Reci rd
of Lahaina has .been arrested on a
charge ofaccepting a bribe and will
be tried on the charge before Judge
A. N. Kcpoikai next Tuesday.
Very serious charges and counter
charges have been made in the ir.at'
tor and opinion seems pretty well
divjded. Judge Record has many
very strong friends, who vouch for his
hones y while others are just as much
opposed to him.
Judge Kcpoikai may be depended
upon to give the defendant a fair and
impartial trial and do justlee in the
The result of the trial will be
watched with interest by many who
are taking a deep interest in the
Perm, The Hawaii
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Fiztpatrick Bros. .
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Printers and Book-binders,
Machines for sale on the
INSTALLMENT PI AN
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(Machines for Rent
By the Day, Wjek or Moiith.
DFL1V1CR I5D and CALlfED FOR.
Ve have just received a new line
of Automatics and Family Ma
chines and all kinds of Needles
S. DECKER, Agent.
Main Street, Wailuku
Next Door to Wailuku Cash Sloro.
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Oeueral Leather Work, etc.
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I of Mill Vork Made to order.
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1051 FORT STREET, : : HONOLULU.
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in stock, remember that, a word to ns is all that is
necessary, we'll to the rost
We carry all the staple groceries, as well as the
fancy. Dry Goods, Gout's Furnishings, Hardware,
Hay and Grain.
We are headquarters for Baseball goods.
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IN FACT EVERYTHING YOU NEBD.
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We curry the best material for this purpose and
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