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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1910
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd i
BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTG AGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
P. O. Box 34G
Z HONOLULU, HAWAII
Best quality for the money
That'a what you can depend on when you deal with
us. Our departments are always well stocked with
the best and freshest of goods. We mean just what
we say. Call at our store and be convinced that you
nan anvp limn nrA limviov liv rlanlinty with lis
The Lahaina Store
Dry Goods, Groceries, Bots and Shoes,
Plantation SuppLes, etc.
WB HAVE THEM IN ALL SIZES
EASTMAN FILMS and
PREMO FILM PACKS
Put up in Tin Tubes to protect them from the tropical weather.
Seed, Hammer and Cramer Plates
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
A NEW FRAME
MAKES A NEW PICTURE
Let us re-frame yours.
Large assortment of
latest designs in picture
moulding just received
per S. S. Hyades.
All kinds of picture framing
done at reasonable rates.
will be sweetened by getting into a pair of
these COLLEGE Broad toe, lias or Ox.
The quality of these shtes Imeked against
anything made and sold at $4.00 and we
mean every word of it. We sell them at
$4.00 and the man who buys them gets
more than he ordinarily expects.
We have them in both high and low, in
T&n, Russia and Black Vici.
Add 25 cents for Freight.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
(SPECIAL TOTHE MAUI MEWS.'
uzar 96 deg. test 4.36 Beets 14s 9d.
HONOLULU, pril 5. II. C. Easton is improving slowly, His
brother will remain with him until a decided improvement is shown.
The Russians, released from quarantine have made a camp at
Iwilei. There is no disorder of any kind.
Atkinson writes, he has five hundred Russians at Harbin, who
are demanding transportation to Hawaii.
M. Kahu, a policeman, who assaulted a sailor was discharged
from the police force.
An Episcopal church will be built at Kaimuki.
Filipinos are going to the coast and securing employment.
An endless chain of anti-catholic postal cards of a slanderous
character has been received hero. The matter id being investigated by
the District Attorney.
Wynne who murdered McKinnon on the Rosecrans will have to
hang. The supreme court confirns his sentence.
ROME, April 5. In spite of his attitude toward popularity Roose
velt was cheered as his carriage went toward the palace of the King
where he was given a royal welcome by the King and Queen.
FALMOUTH, April 5. Twenty-one persons were killed in a col
lis ion here today.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 5. Jeffries begins active training in his
WASHINGTON, April 5. Root has been asked by Roosevelt to
meet him in Europe but will not go as he fears his purpose might be
ALBANY, April 5. Conger who was under investigation resigned
HONOLULU, April 4. Hawaiian cow boys will be invited to
The Lurline is reported as being 720 miles distant. The Hilonian
is 275 miles off. . "
HONOLULU, April 3. The Hussions have yielded to some extent
and a few have returned to work upon the conditions proposed by the
planters, which are, that all new coiners arriving here in 1910, are to
have $10 in gold, as expense money, which is not to be charged to
their wages of $22 per month, poll tax of $5 to be paid for thiee years,
houses, baths, mattresses, tables, benches, and a vegetable garden for
every four houses. They will' be supplied by wood or coal delivered to
the camp, and those who wish may take what is needed. Household
provisions are to be supplied by the plantation stores at cost price
Free medical attendance, and in case of an accident, the laborer will
receive his wages while laid up. Tools will be supplied free.
Mrs. Helen Kelley, a daughter of the late II. M. Whitney, died
The Marathon race was won by Gomes, but may be given to Con
nie Hayes on the ground of a mistake.
Ah Chew won the bicycle race in two hours and five minutes.
NEW YORK, April 3. The Cook Peary controversy has been
opened again and $175,000 has been raised to aid Cook in proving his
SAN FRANCISCO, April 3. -Captain Convoy has been convicted
WASHINGTON, April 3. The Employers liability bill has been
sent to the president for his signature. .
PHILADELPHIA, April 3. Six more cars have been dynamited
SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain, April 3. Le Blond a French aviator
fell from his machine and was killed. '
HONOLULU, April 2. The Sierra arrived last night. She was
delayed by defective oil burners. '
Richards, an auto driver, is held not to blame for Keike's death.
The Russians decline to go to work, and would have attacked
Perelstrous at a meeting of the governor yesterday.
H. E. Easton, while going aboard the Kukui yesterday morning
fell from a small ladder, struck the back of his head on the wharf and
was squeezed between the steamer and the dock. He sustained serious
injuries aud concussion of the brain. He was unconscious for .twelve
hours. Physicians are unable to determine the extent of his injuries,
but declare his condition critical.
NAPLES, April 2. News papers of every country of Europe are
sending representatives here to meet Roosevelt. Some will remain till
he sails for home.
WASHINGTON, April 2. Cannon was gustained yesterday in a
ruling on a motion relative to an appropriation.
The prosecution of the Jap spies will be left entirely in the hands
of the Philippine commission.
BALTIMORE, April 2. Forty . five thousand coal miners have
been granted an increase in wages. -
WASHINGTON, April 2. The committee investigating Ballinger
is split on party lines and a unanimous report is not expected.
MAUI PUBLISHING CO.,
Masnji Miyakawa, who is in this
country lecturing to promote a better
understanding between Japan and
the United States, brings a beautiful
message of peace from the children
of Japan which he was asked by
them to hand "to our sisters and
brothers of the United States." It
is in the form of a resolution adopt
ed at a public school in Tukio. In
the preamble, the pupils say they
have been told to that there is a cer
tain sentiment which looks upon
war between the two nations as in
evitable. Then follow these words:
In view of our teachings at school
and at home, that "the American
people are the foster-mothers of
japun s present progress aDi pros
perity," we, the public school chil
dren in convention assembled, with
permission of our fathers, brothers
and teachers, passed the following
Resolved, that we, the pupils of
the imperial public schools, shall
never raise our swords against, but
shall emulate, the pupils of the
public schools of the United States
as perfect examples of brotherhood
The school children of this coun
try have a high task if they are to
occupy the position of "perfect ex
amples" assigned them by their
oriental brothers :id sisters, but it
is worth striving for. And the cul
tivation of xhiM peace ideal in the
minds of the young is of the highest
importance; We should talk less
about war, and more on peace, with
Japan. The children's message
touches the heart, and it will Iks
fruitful in good resulta.
FINE JOB PRINTING
BOOK BINDING AND
GENERAL PLANTATION WORK A SPECIALTY
SUKSCRIKB FOR TUB
THE PAPER THAT ADVANCES
THE INTERESTS) OF MAUI
POST OFFICE BOX 5 TELEPHONE ISO. 310
HIGH STREET, WAILUKU, MAUI COUNTY.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
C. H. Cooke, President V. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President '
D. H. Case, 2nd Vice-President R. A. Wadsworth, Director
C. D. Lufkiu, Cashier " A. Aalberg, Auditor . ,'.
J. Garcia, Asst. Cashier
EIGHTH ANNUAL STATEMENT '
at the close of business, December 31 , 1909
RESOURCES I LIABILITIES
Loans and Discounts $143,642.41 Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
United States Bonds 25,000.00; Surplus and Profits 27,602.96
Bonds 63,554.50 Due to banks 3,891.24
Cash and Due from Banks 53.995-67 Dividends Unpaid 1,400.00
Banking House, Furniture.etc 5,900.00; Circulating 23,997.50
5 Redemption Fund 2,250.00: Depositors 202,050.67
E. &. O. E. '
C. D. LfFKIN, Cashier.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
COUNTY OK MAUI, f
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 .
- CD. LUFKIN, Cashier.
- Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4U1 day of January, 1910.
H. M. COKE, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
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WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
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