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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY 3; 1 909
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HONOLULU. June '29. The Star roasts the Governor for not tak
ing the public into his confidence in the matter of the appointment of
a treasurer of the Territory.
Pratt says he had everything but a direct promise of the Treas
urership. All hotels and restaurants hove been denied Sunday privilege to
Admiral Ijichi and olliceiH tint! the ollicers of the St. Louis- were
banqueted at the Commercial Club last , night. The Japanese voiced
the friendship of the Japanese for the United States.
Ambassador O'Brien planned to leave Tokio more than a month
a no and Invoked passage on the Mongolia at that time.
The Daughters of Hawaii unveiled the tablet commemorating - the
bntile of Nuuanu yesterday.
Mrs. John H. Jones, who was formerly Miss Julia Bush, died
SEATTLE, June 29. It is reported that the Crown Prince of
Japan will visit the exposition here in August.
riTTSBURG. June 29 The street car strike has been settled.
SKA'fTLE,. June 29. It is reported that the Nippon Ysen Kaisha
Company will take two steamers off the Puget Sound run this summer.
WASHINGTON, June 29. The wind was Xot strong for the
Wrights to experiment with their aeroplane. ,
Aldrich has introduced an amendment to the tariff bill which
provides for a limited income tax.
ST. MICHAELS, June 29. The coroners jury returned a verdict
against Eastman, a New York broker charging him with the-murder
of Edith WediD.- He has disappeared and is believed to be dead.
NEW YORK, June 29. The police believe Leong Sing, tho sup
posed murder of Elsie Sigel has been murdered by another Chinese
and his body hidden in a trunk.
HONOLULU. June 28. It is possible tfiiit the decision of the
Liquor Commission to make Honolulu dry on Sundays will lechaiiged
at a meeting today.
There is much opposition to the discrimination in favor of tlier
Mrs. Sylvester of 1 1. aim In was killed in an accident on the Koolali'
railroad while joy riding on a hand car.
J. P. Cooke has resigned as Republican party Treasurer
been succeeded by John Waterhouse.
HONOLULU, June 27. Lloyd Conkling ie to be appointed Treaji;,
urer of the Territory. - .jr
The cruiser St. Louis is here in war paint. , -oi
Aso and Soya officers are recipients of much social attention. -en
i, The strike trial continues; The evidence against the rioters j ii
very strong. ; :''
The Hawaiian exhibit at the Seattle Fair is said to outdo 1 all
Others in 'attractiveness. 88
There will be war against the moving pictures here unhss there is1
a liiiw. . it. I 1 1 r. L' l ii 1 ,f liii.hlru.
TOK I. .iiiiic 2S. Ambassador O'Brien has Hnilml fm- t lie -States,
on the Moiignli.-i.' His trip is said to be for pleasure onlv ami a mere
coincidence that Takahira should be called home at the same time. '
. PHILADELPHIA. June 28. The hot wave continues. .There
were eight deaths from heat yesterday. !
There have been one hundred deaths from heat in New York since
the beginning of the heat wave. ' ,i
WASHINGTON, June 27. Ambassador Taknhira has been ok
deretl home for consultation relative to a new U. S. treaty with Japan.
STOCKHOLM; June 27.- General Bachman chief of the SwedisVi
Coast artillery has been murdered during the ceremony attending the
reception of the Czar and Czarina.
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PITTSBURG, June 27.-3,000 employees on the streetocars are
on a strike. The roads are tied up. ' -i
SAN FRANCISCO, June 27. Cross was knocked out by Hyland
after 41 rounds of fierce fighting. "
HONOLULU, June 26. Sanders, was turned down aB milk in-
The County appropriation bill provides for an automobile for the
mayor ami boosts salaries.
W. G. Irwin has secured an option on the new issue of O. R. &
bonds.' The option is for $2,000,000 worth of 5 at one point above
par. i '
A cry of fire in the KalihJwaena school last night during . a mov
ing picture show at the commencement exercises precipitated a panicj
No one was seriously hurt.
The first witness was called, yesterday in the riot cases
Robinson is holding night sessions.
HONOLULU, June 26. The-cruiser St. Louis arrived today.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 26. Professor George See of Mare Is'
land states that the moon is not a detached part of tho globe and 'fur
nishes inathematicol proof of his assertion.
NEW YORK, Jdne 26.- Arthur Ilering has been convicted of
conspiracy in destroying records of the United Copper Camjmny.
Heat conditions continue. There were a score of prostrations here
Catherine Cemmons Gould is granted a separation from her hus
band and ie allowed $36,000 a year alimony. 'Theconduct bf the wife
has been upheld by the court
It is believed that Leong Hing who is suspected of the murder of
Miss Elsie Sigel has escaped on an outgoing, vessel.
LONDON, June 26. The British governmeut wiirend the Bed
ford, the Algerine and the Shearwater to take: part , in the Portola
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The Lahaina National Bank
Chas. M. Cooke, President Win. Kenning, Vice-rresiilent
W. L. Decoto, anil Vice-President A. N. llayselilen, Director
C. I). Lufkin, Cashier V. C. Scboenberg, Asst. Cashitr
A. Aalberg, Auditor
'THIRD ANNUAL. STATEMENT
at close of business, December 31, 1908.
Loans and Discounts f 39,69. 20
Cash and Due troui liaiiks 34,212.65
Tinted States Bonds 6,250.00
Premium on U. S. Bonds - 200.00
Furniture and Fixtures. 1,240.00
5 Redemption Fund 312.00
Capital Stock 125,000. oJ
Surplus and Uudivided Profits.. , 756.95
Dividends Unpaid , , 750.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
COUNTY OP MAUI,
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to In-lore me this 4th day of January, 1909.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA, Notary Public Sec. Jnd. Circuit.