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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 19 JO
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO, Ltd 3
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTG AGES
BUYS AND SELLS RE Ali ESTATE, STOCKS A DONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application '
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IKPECIAL TO THE MAUI INLM.-
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HONOLULU, April 19. -The Nuunntt dam ij all completed and
may hold water.
The plebiscite hill is ready for the President's signature.
It is impossible to learn what interests Thayer represents in the
Philippines. He took away $15,000 in harel cash. Dillingham deries
connection with any scheme,
No trace of murderer Grace has he.en found. He is believed to
have crossed tow n to the other side of the island.
Dr. Atcherley is to be given another chance in' San Francisco
C. R. Buckland, who is in a weakened condition, sailed for the
Orient yesterdny accompanied by his wife.
NEW YORK, April 19. Th investigation of Wall street luani
pulations is on m earnest. Governor Hughes announced that tomor
row the hearing of the gigantic hull movement will he commenced.
Patlon, the cotton king, has been subpoenaed.
OAKLAND, April 19. A negro convicted of burglary, giving the
name of Fox, pleaded for liberty. His record was examined and it
developed a prior conviction in Hawaii, where he had been given a
life sentence for stealing a few dollars. This is probably Woods of
WASHINGTON, April 19 Senator Aldrich announced that ill
health will probably force him to withdraw from active politics at the
end of his term.
BUDAPEST, April 19. In the crush to seeJUJOW'VtfU the local
chief of police had his cg crushed.
LONDON, pril 19.- The Redmonditcs have announced that they
will support Lloyd George's budget. This is considered as powerful
WASHINGTON, April 19. The House t'iday passed a bill re
quiring publicity for all contributions in national campaigns.
An appeal for suffrnge in the name of a half million women was
presented in Congress today.
. HONOLULU. April 18 Thayer, formerly of the Bulletin, has
cabled from Manila that he had purchased several thousand acres of
friar land. Dillingham denies any connection with the scheme.
Murderer Grace is said to have been seen on Nuuauu Avenue last
Plemer has one small poTtvt in the suit of $1000 by the govern
ment. SHANGHAI, April 18. The anti-foreign i iot which started on
Friday because of an attempt to corner the rice supply, has advanced
to proportions that are alarming. All of the buildinirs of the foreign
residents have been destroyed. The governor of the province and his
son have been rrurdered.
LONDON, April 18. The Atlantic transport Minnehaha is ashore
on Scilly island.
BUDAPEST, April 18. Not since the days of Louis Kossuth has
such an enthusiastic reception been accorded any one person as was
given Roosevelt, '
BILLERFFIELD, April 18. An army balloon with four persons
fell to the ground yesterday and the accupanls were killed.
! HONOLULU, April 18. The Siberia arrived early this morning.
HONOLULU, April 1G. The reception to Prince Tsai Tao last
night was a gorgeous affair. Only th prince and his secretary wore
queues andChinese clothes His suite was queueless and like the consul
wore top hats, frock coats and gray trousers.
Anderson Grace, the murderer, escaped from the prison gang 'in
Kapiolani Park yesterday and the police are still hunting for him.
All papers in the Kapaa land matter have been signed by the
Cecil Brow n and Sam Dwight are mentioned as candidates for the
Wireless has been installed on the Siberia. She was in com
munication with Kahuku last night.
SHANGHAI, April 16. All property of foreigners in the. city of
Chang Cha has been destroyed and the governor killed.
The uprising was due to a riot over the rice famine.
BERLIN, April 16. There is a lock out in the building trades
here in order to forestall an attempt to strike. .
KANSAS CITY, April 16. A jury has been secured to try the
Hyde murder case.
VIENNA, April 16. Roosevelt spent a strenuous day here yester
day. Every hour was occupied with visits and receptions.
Knox Takes Up
will take up with Senor do laBarra,
Mexican ambassador, within the
next few days the dispute regarding
thi' Imiindary. ltctween the two
countries' in the vicinity of El Paso,
Texas. This diflicully developed
several years ago from the shifting
of the Rio Grande. The disputed
ame is known as ChantiZala and in
eluiles'the southern period of the city
(if El Paso. ' About .r000 Americans
live ni the strip and it is valued at
The Mexican government laid
claim to the Chamizata zone on the
ground that it formerly was a part
of Mexico. Mayor Joseph U. Swee
ney of El Paso and a delegation of
Texan visited the state department
Wednesday in regard to the dispute.
Secretary Knox assured the mem
bers of the delegation that he will
take steps immediately to bring
about u definite settlement.
Is Due on Friday.
WASHINGTON By tho latter
part of May the congressional com
mittee hopes to complete its investi
gation of the Ballinger-Pinchot con
troversy and he ready to submit its
report to Congress., provided it is
found unnecessary as it appears at
present to journey to Alaska to
examine on the ground the Cun
ningham claims. There are 10
known witnesses yet to testify.
Secretary Ballinger is to lie the star
witness for the "defense."
Tomorrow when the committee
resumes its session it is expected
that Attorney Pepper will have di
rector F. II. Newell of the recla
mation service on the stand. He is
called particularly with reference to
restoration and rcwithdrawals of
water power sites, and to corroU)
rate Chief Engineer A. P. Davis. .
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POST OFFICE BOX 5 THLEPHONB NO. CU
HIGH STREET, WAILUKU, MAUI COUNTY.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OP WAILUKU
C. II. Cooke, President V. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President
L). H. Case, 2nd Vice-President H. A. Wadsworth, Director
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier A. Aalberj:, 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 Stork... $ 35,000.00
United States Bonds 25,000.00' Surplus ami Profits 27,602.96
Bonds. 63,554.50 Due to Isatikfe 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 2,25o.qoj Depositors 202.050.S7
E. &. O. E. ,
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashior.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, i cc
COUNTY OK 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 before me this 41I1 day of Jauuary, 1910.
H. M. COKE, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
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DAN T. CAREY
VVAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
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