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THE MAUI NEWS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1912.
7 at m m m m at m m THE FIRST NATIONAL Statement of Wailuku, Maui, T. II., RESOURCES Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts (210,865 05 Unitad States Bonds 25,000 00 Other '(otitis 75.'9S 9' Real Estate Owned 1,101 22 Cash & Due from Ranks 95,000 26 Ranking House, Furniture, etc. 5,00000 Five Per cent. Fund 1,25000 f4'3.4li 44 lliKKlTOKY Or HAWAII, ) Island and County of Maui, 8S I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the First National Rank of Wailuku, do solemnly swear that the nliove statement is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th dav of September, A. I). 1912. JAS. N. K. KKOLA, Notary Public, Second Judicial Circuit, H Territory of Hawaii, KAHN SYSTEM OF REINFORCED CONCRETE The foremost system used in Atrtorica today. Send ' for explanatory booklets. Honolulu Iron Works Ascents for Hawaiian Islands. ITS COMMON TALK "If It's from Mclnerny's It's the Best. " v, ' anything ii Clothing, Shirts or haberdashery f J that comes from us is dependable. f ! Stein Bloch Clothing j Look Well and Feels as Looks. y- have Clothing J . arid at prices that will i for the Society Man, A 1 f business man. Rl.TvlclNERNY Fort and Merchant ORDERS Fj)R Rexall Remedies ; Amounting to ' Five Dollars and accompanied with cash . will bo delivered to any port on Maui free. Benson,Smith IIOXOI.UI.TJ v r a t T A T T A LAH AINA I s SI I I g a-v I 5 I Importers 11 I I in GENERAL MERCHANDISE WHOLESALE GASOLINE and DISTILLATE IN DRUMS LAHAINA BANK OF WAILUKU. Condition. Aur. 31st, 1912. LIAIUMTIES Capital Stock 1 $ 35,000 00 Surplus & Profits 4'.9'4 87 Due to Other Hanks . 5.259 99 Circulation 24,997 50 Dividend Unpaid 1,5 00 Deposits 306,225 08 413.412 44 Comfortable as it for every occasion suit a purse. Styles and Suits for the Ltd. Ste., Honolulu & Co., Ltd. B T" y-v - STORE 1 a a m . 2 & Dealers i RETAIL STORE. A Singular Wooing Br STEPHEN DELANO Tlio first person I knew after putting op at the hotel, Naples, wu Kate Benrles. "I'm awfully gla.4 to see you," she said. "There are three of us women heremother, Aunt Sarah and Iand not a man. There Is no fun for us to go tramping about seeing sights by ourselves. Besides, its very Incon venient Here Italians fleece ns at every turn. Why, a cabman yesterday followed me Into my pension for poor bolr (a tip) after charging me donble price, and, since he couldn't speak any English, I couldn't argue with him. Finally I shouted 'El Relnar (the queen), and the man ran downstairs so fast I thought he would break his neck. I suppose be thought I had In fluence at court. Kate Is a Jolly girl and laughed heartily at her own Inventive genius. "I say," she went on, "I've made a mash an Italian. lie follows me ev erywhere. These Italians act Just as they did In Dante's time ogle and sigh and do all manner of ridiculous things, thinking that's the way to win a woman. What are you going, to do tomorrow?" ' "See sights." "We're going down to Pompeii. Will you go with us?" "Certainly." "Very well. We'll all leave here to gether at 10 sharp. There's a train at 10:30." The next day when we left the train at Pompeii and walked to the entrance of the exhumed city we were ap proached by half a dozen guides. I did the bargaining for the service they offered and chose one whose appear ance was far more respectable than any of the others. He was very hum ble, however, and agreed to pilot us for a ridiculously low price. As we started off, the guide leading the way, Kate fell back and, pulling my sleeve, whispered: "The Italian 1" "What Italian V "My admirer. He has learned at the hotel that I ordered a carriage for the station to come here It probably cost him a. franc Up and has come down to perpetrate some mediaeval non sense." "You're stufflngime." "On my honor, 'I'm not; you will see for yourself before long." , We walked up the street leading into the heart of the city and paused at the temple of fortune. Our guidespoke English fairly well, but I could .read ily see that if lecturing In his own tongue be would give us a very Inter esting account of what we saw. Not withstanding his limited English vo cabulary be made us see the fire and smoke that first emerged from Vesu vius on the day Pompeii was destroy ed, the great tree shaped column of ashes that hung over the doomed city, the consternation of the citizens, the coming darkness, people fleeing to the different gates; Chen the Inky black ness through which crowds struggled, dropping by the way. This he gave as a preliminary to In formation as to the different buildings we examined. I wags astonished at the amount of the Information be possess ed. I had visited Pompeii before with a guide, but was disgusted with the amount of nonsense he gave us Instead of Information. This man spoke as one who had been educated to speak of the ancients, giving his authority for what be told us, quoting, some times In Latin, from the Roman au thors whose works have come down to us. Kate, when she had recognized the man, was much amused. But while he was discoursing I looked at her and saw a great change. She appeared to be charmed with his lecture, and I could see In her expression an inward pride that the man lad been so at tracted to ber as to assume to be a guide for the purpose ,jf being with her and giving her the benefit of his erudition upon what, without it, would have lost most of Its charm. I shall not soon forget tJbat eloquent address, or series. of addresses, ending with a description of a scene in the theatre while we were looking down from the seats oni to the istage where, some nineteen centuries before, was enacted the scene 'described. When we parted from our guide I dropped bis fee into his hand and asked Win for his oard. He'gave It to me, and I read: "Qulsoppe Benoli. Ro man Archaeologist, , via 68." Putting it In my pocket I followed my party. Scarcely had we got into the train when Kate, who had seen the guide give me has card, demanded it I gave It to her, and her face- took on one of those looks that In a woman means delight at belnaj admired by a man of ability. I called the next? day ontSenor'Benoll, finding him in the midst of treasures lately exhumed, which be was exaniin ing and record tag as government ar chaeologist HJj greeted me with an amused smile, and I repaid him for the pleasure be hard given us by inviting him to call upoia the party he bad guid ed through the unsealed city. Kate Searh. now lives in Rome, to which city bef husband has been trans ferred. Wlxya some very dear friend comes from "America, as a, great mark of favor t4ie- will send her husband as pilot to soma - object of interest IIOOLAIf A AKBA. Itia Ona ame Na poe apau e koi ana he kule- ana iloko o ka waiwai i hoakaakaia inahope iho nti: O KA HUI ALAIIAO O KA- HULU1 he hui alahao i hoohuiia a e hana net malalo o na kanawai o ke Teritori o Hawaii, a i loaa, i kulike ai me ia mail kanawai, ka mana e hoohana aku i ka pono aina kiekie malalo o ka Pauku 785 o na kanawai i hooponopono houia o ke Teritori o Hawaii, ke hoolaha aku net, elike me ka manao o ke kana wai 86 ona Kanawai o ke Teritftri o Hawaii o ke kau o 1909, i apono ia ua kanawai 'la ma ka la 16 o Aperila, 1909, ina ona ike ole ia ame na poe ike oleia i oleloia e koi ana he kuleana iloko o ua waiwai 'la i oleloia i hoakaakaia mahope ho net, i kona manao e lawe mat ka waiwai i hoakaakaia mahope ho nei no ka pono alanui alahao. O ka apana aina e manaoia nei e hoahewaia a ia ke waiho 'la ma Pauwela, maloko o ka Apana o Hamakualoa, Mokupui a Kalana o Maui, Teritori o Hawaii, oia hoi ke Kuleana 6510-1,, Palapala Sila Nui 2181 ia KU, a 1 hoakaakaia penei: O kela Apana Aina apau loa e waiho la ma Haiku, Hamakualoa, Mokupuni o Maui, T. H., he ma- hele hoi o kela hapa o ke , Grant 2181 Apana 2 ia KU e waieo la ma ke Awawa o Waiaama' ' ma ka laina o ka Hui Alahao o Kahului, a penei ka moe ana o na mokuna:- E hoomaka ana ma ke patpu hao i makiaia ilalo ma ka Akau Komohana o ke" Grant 5259, A pana Helu 2 ia Kamakaeu a e holo ana ma ka ihu mageheti penei: H. 340 00' K. 123.5 kapuai i ke pa- ipu hao 1 makiaia 1I0I0, A. 65 30 K. 176.8 kapuai i ke paipu hao 1 makiaia ilalo, A. 77 00' K. 7.0 kapuai i ke pai- ; ptt hao 1 makiaia ilalo, A. 58 09' H. 123.0 kapuai i ke paipu hao 1 makiaia ilalo, H. 67 45' H. 169.6 kapuai i ke kihi i hoomaka ai, a e ili ana he 49-100 Eka. . Ua noonoo ka Hui i ka waiwai i'o o ua Apana Aina la he 147.00 a ke noi nei ekuai mai i ua apana aina la no kela huina a waiwai i'o o $147.00 Ina aole oukou e ae i ka haawi maluna a'e a ka Hui Alahao Ka hului e kuai mai i ka waiwai i olelo ia i hookaakaia pela no ka huina i hoikeia iloko o Kanakolu (30) la mahope o ka puka ana o keia hoo laha, ke manao nei ka Hui Alahao Kahului e haawi hou aku i hoolaha no kona manao ana e noi aku i ke kahi Luiiakanawai o ka Aha Kiekie no ka hookohu ana mai i poe Luna hooholo waiwai no ka hooholo ana i ka huina o ka uku e ukuia ai. Hanaia Augake 22, 1912. Hui Alahao Kahului Ma o kona Peresidena F. F. BAL- WIN. Nov. 16, 23, 30, Dec. 7. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT, COUNTY OF MAUI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. At Chambers In Probate. In the matter of the Estate of CHONG FOOK, late of Wailuku, Maui, Deceased. Order of Notice of Hearing Pe tition for Administration. On Reading and Filing the Petition of A. K. Ting, of Wailuku, Maui, alleging that Chong Fook, of Wailuku, Maui, died intestate at Wailuku, 'Maui, on the 18th day of November, A. D. 1912, leaving property in the Territory of Hawaii necessary to be adminis tered upon, and praying that Letters of Adminisfation issue to the petitioner, A. K. Ting. It is Ordered, that Monday, the 20th day of January, A. D. 1913, at ten o'clock A. M., be and here by is appointed for hearing said Petition in the Court Room of this Court at Wailuku, Maui, at which time and place all persons concern ed may appear and show cause, if any they have, why said Petition should not be granted, and that notice of this order shall be publish ed once a week for three successive weeks in the Maui News,", a weekly newspaper published in Wailuku, Maui, the last publica tiou to be not less than ten day, previous to the time therein ap pointed for hearing. Dated at Wailuku, Maui Nov ember 19th, 1912 Sd.l S. B. KINGSBURY, Judge of the Circuit of the Second Circuit. Attest: (Sd.) EDMUND II HART. Clerk Circuit Court f the Sec Uime Jable3(aliului Siailroad Co. The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1911 CLASS Pass. Pass. STATIONS No. I No. 2 M. 15 A. iM. Kahului Puunene Kahului Wailuku . ' Kahului Spreckelnville Paia Spreckelsville Kahului Wailuku Kahului Spreckelsville Paia Lv Ar. Lv.l 25 30 Ar. 40 Lv. 50 Ar. 02 Lv 10 Ar 22 Lv. 25 Lv 37 Ar 50 Lv. Lv. Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv. Ar. Lv. Lv. Ar. Lv. Lv. Ar. 8 00 8 15 8 27 8 30 8 45 9 00 9 15 Spreckelsville Kahului This train from Puuneue connects 3:4s P. M. Kahului Railroad Co. AGENTS TP" OR ALEXANDER & BALDWIN. LTD. : ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, ban Francisco and Hawaiian Ports; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO. We Sell These. You want the best. Are you ruuJy for it this season? Wo are prepared al never t'efon to tn( t yonr want in vehicles and namei. There'! noth ing superior to what we are thowing. in taste, stvltt ei'vl service. Absolute honesty in make an atetiak Yon will agree w ten we tell 700 irS THE FAMOUS Studebaker Line WE CARRY. No matter what voa want if it's a harneaaar aoTthint that runs on wheels. wava got it or will quioklr get it. Ceew ia and figure the DAN T. WAILUKA, P. a. The SruoebakcrnanMDlata octal - Iks la Its guarantee. H3SSZ vwwwmwwwMvvvvwvmwwwvwitwwwwmMWWvwvMWW'itmwwviiwm m 1 THE HENRY WATERH011SE TRUST CO. Ltd I at ajl a aa ms liu iaaa vi ama. amma vwrm w-v mm w a. at fl m m at UU YS AND SELLS-REAK ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS WRITES FIRE AND LIKE INSURANCE NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES ' SECURES INVESMENTS m m 11 m ge- S A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application It m HONOLULU. HAWAII m - - w w " I bAULnbKUNNcN 1 SEE riraa araa,...... g J from the famous Hartz Mountain g springs in Germany A delightful v j g table water, refreshing, pure, and 3 p healthful. Blends well with all g liquors. j av Order a trial case. You will like It. j3 H. HACKFELD & CO. Distributors. Honolulu .5 iiuiuauiiiuiuiiiiiiiu lUiuiuiuiiiiuiUiUiUiUiiiiuiiimiu SUBSCRIBE THE Pass, j I & Fit. Freight, Freight Pass. Pass. No. 3 No 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 r. M. P. M. 3 10 3 20 3 25 A. M. ! P. M A.M. 9 45 10 00 10 30 10 45 3 35 2 00 2 12 2 20 2 32 2 40 9 30 10 00 10 15 10 45 52 05 15 30 42 45 00 05 17 20 32 45 50 03 15 ill 15 1 00 1 15 1 45 2 15 with trains leaving Kahului for Wailuku at LTD., Line of Sailing Vessels between with ns. Everybody place. CAREY MAUI. T. ML Voa't forget Uua. P. O. Box 346 3 v-v m y m f 1 mi ' FOR MAUI NEWS I m m m 3 3 ond Circuit. Nov. 23, 30, Dec. 7, 14. Aid but maki 1 love as his ancestors bad done centorj s bef orel him. . ... . National tn tits are lasting. This man