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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1910
I THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd I
BUYS AND SELLS- REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
P. O. Box 346
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can save time and money by dealing with. us.
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Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
WB HAVE THEM IN ALL SIZES
EASTMAN FILMS and
PRBMO 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
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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
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The quality of these shoes backed against
anything made and sold at $4.00 and we
mean every word of it. We sell them at
$-4.00 and the man who buys them gets
more than he ordinarily exacts.
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Tau, Russia and Black Vici.
Add 25 cents for Freight.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET, ' : : HONOLULU.
' ( (SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NeS.'
Sugar 417 Beets 14a 4$d.
HONOLULU, June 15, Judge L. A. Andrews has recovered hit:
health and will return to Ililo Tuesday next.
Charges of bribery made by Supervisor Aylett will be investigated
by the grand jury, but hip. statements are generally disbelieved. It is
doubted that a real offer was ever made, and it is suggested that Mr.
Aylett would not have resisted the offer if made at all. ,
The liner Wllhelmina was held up by an accident to the machin
ery, and there were rumors that she had gone on the reef, which was
, The first regular meeting of the new land board will be held this
NEW YORK, June 15. -It is announced that European capitalists
are interesting themselves and have taken up Twenty-five million dol
lars' worth of .Southern California railroad bonds.
LINCOLN, Neb., June 15. A movement has beenstarted to make
Bryan U. Senator from this state.
(iUTHKRIE, Okla., Jane 15. (ireat excitement today in this
city in aheffortuf the residents to prevent removal of the capital 'to
Oklahoma City. A large number of deputy sheriffs have been sworn
in to prevent disturbances, and they are guarding the state records.
DENVER, June 15. Proposals have been made to have a woman
in the cabinet representing the congress of mothers.
NEW YORK. June 15. The United States Court of Appeals has
dismissed the injunction granted to Wright- brothers against Curtiss
for infringement of their patents.
HONOLULU, June 14. Supervisor Aylett wf Honoluluclaims to
have been offered a bribe of 11600 to vote for the bitulitithic city pave
ment contract, but declines to say who mud e the offer. He intimated
that W. II. Crawford who spoke to him about the contract on behalf of
Arthur Brown, -who is interested in the contract may know something
about it. All parties deny the assertion.
The new land board, with. A.. ,W. Carter, President; and J. F.
Biown, Secretary; met yesterday.
Culman, A. White and llosenstein were called up before the grand
jury and questioned in reference to the actions of the socialists here
relative to the Russian immigrants. .
The Matson liner Wilhelmina arrived this morning. '
DARRINGTON, Wash , June 14. Race differences between Jap
aneee and whites in lumber caoips came to a head yesterday. The
whites drove the Japanese workmen out of the mil Is and later ran
them out of the camps on trains. .: i,
WASHINGTON, June 14. The Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill
passed the Senate yesterday, carrying a 1250,000 appropriation for the
tariff commission court.
NORTH YAKIMA. June 14. Two women passengers in au auto
which collided with a train were killed here last night, and two.'nthers
injured. . . - . ... ' ...
COMO, Italy, June 14. The body of Charleston, Mrs. Castle's
companion, was found floating on the waters of the Jake yesterday.
INDIANAPOLIS, June 14.Bropkings broke the world's record
for high flying, having gone upwards in the air nearly one mile.
NEW YORK, June 14 Hamilton won the $10,000 prize offered
by the New York . papers for,. -the best time made from Governor's
Island to Philadelphia. He flew over the ninety-mile disiance in one
hour and fifty minutes. The train time for ninety miles between Jer
sy City apd Philadelphia is two; hours. He returned to Governer's
Island after making only one stop. .
BOSTON, June 14. Prince Fushima and wife have decided to
sail-home from Seattle instead of from San Francisco, which leaves
Honolulu out of their line of travel.
HONOLULU, June 13. Socialists are working hard for the Rus
sians. Libelous circulars are reported to have been sent to the Main
land. The agitation may lead to an investigation.
A Hawaiian woman who returned from the Molokai leper settle
ment after having been pronounced clean of leprosy found that her
husband had married again during her absence. She has been granted
Recent arrivals from Russia are getting employment on the water
INDIANAPOLIS, June 13. There will be eleven contestants in
the aviatiofl flight tomorrow.
NEW YORK, June 11. Hamilton flew from the city to Govern
or's Island yesterday during a driving storm.
SPRINGFIELD, June 13. Willard's flying machine was wrecked
yesterday, dropping to the ground from a height of about one hundred
and fifty feet. No one killed.
NEW YORK, June 13. There will be over 20,000 people in line
to receive Roosevelt on his arrival here. Elaborate preparations are
being made for his reception. " .
. HONOLULU, June 12. Corwin beat Nelson in the fifth round.
Young Heine or Gans got the decision over Sarconi, and Ilao put out
PeriH in the third round. The boxing match was a fizzle. Only two
remained to the finish, Sohi amd FeaglerThe attendance was poor.
ST. PAUL, June 12. Pint-hot and Garfield were guests of the
Roosevelt Club here last night and were lionized . They were referred
to as leaders of an unnamed political party of which Roosevelt will be
a leading member.
CHICAGO, June 12. Leslie &haw, in a speech here last night.
scored the insurgent wiug of the republican party.
CAMDEN, N. J., June 12. Jas. 13. Duke, the Tobacco King, led
his fourth bride to the altar here last night. The bride is Miss W.
NEW YORK, June 12. General Winyf the Socialist party has
instituted a national movement to aid the Russians on Hawaii. They
intend to make an independent movement and investigation.
CHICAGO, June 12. The Continental Commercial and National
Banks ware merged together yesterday. Their combined deposits
amount to 1184,000,000.
PORTLAND, Ore., June 12. An auto with several passemrers in
a hurry to get to a ferry ran through thegateand plunged in the river.
and all on the car peris bed. None of the bodies bate been recovered yet.
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
C. It. Cuoke, rreilenT V. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President
D. H; Case, 2nd Vice-President k. A. Wadsworth, Director
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier ' A. Aatherg, Auditor .
J. Garcia, Asst. Cashier ! "'
EIGHTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
at the close of business. Decern ber 31, 1909
RESOURCES I LIABILITIES
Loans and Discounts $143,642,411 Capital Stock
United States Bonds.,
25,000.00 Surplus and Profits ....
Bonds 63,554.50 Due to banks ,. .
Cash and Due from Banks 53,995.67! Dividends Unpaid
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uaii&ing UUU3C, rmiiiLuic,ciL .yiAj.uu- tiruuiiiUHg 23.997-50
5 Redemption Fund 2,250.00! Depositors ; 202,050.87
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C. D. LUFKIX, Cashier.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, i
.COUNTY. OF MAUI, (
I. C. D. Lufkitl. Cashier of the above numeit bank An n1,.,1.. c ....... .1... .1..
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above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LCFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of January, 1910. ' " '
H. M. COKE, Notary Public Sec.-Jud. Circuit.
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P. . The Braaebeker naeieplate oa a Tahlrtg
la lu guaraatee. Doa't lorgat taia.
SEATTLE, June 12. The looses by the recent tir.) will not be over
a half million dollars. No liven were lost.
HONOLULU, June 11. The S, S. Sibeiia ib beini? hM .... h
quarantine oflicers on accountof a mysterious caAetf of sieknexa aboard.
The new revenue rute on cigars after July tirM will be from 1 25
to $3.00 er thousand.
lien Kaluna killetl his ihistress. Julia Kul
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Uani yesterday. The murderer has been captured.
NEW YORK, June 11. Heike. the
found guilty of the charge of defrauding the government of sugar
1'AItIS, June 11. There is a rumor.that the King of Portugal will
step down frtun the throne in favor of his uncle, the Duke of Ojporto
SEATTLE, June 11. A great fire swept through eleven blocks of
bouses in ihe northern part of this city lait night, causing iyS8 .Mt'i.
mated at t1,000,000. Loss of life is also feared. '