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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, IULY 2, 1910.
1 THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd I
BUYS AND SELLS REAh ESTATE, STOCKS A BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
1 SECURES INVESTMENTS
2 A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
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Put up in Tin Tubos to protect them from the tropical weather.
Seed, Hammer and Cramer Plates
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latest designs in picture
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All kinds of picture framing
done at reasonable rates.
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Sugar 4.24 Beets 14s
HONOLULU, June 28. The Grand Jury, may. indict .'supervisors
for perjury in connection with the bitulithic pavement contract affair,
and the bribe that was never offered. ,
The Iwilei cannery will have a . thousand. ton- pack for this-season.
Waialua has declared. against saloons there.
Judge Andrews is returning to liilo today.
OYSTER BAY, June 28.-Senator La Follette, the insurgent
leader, and Roosevelt were together for wo hours yesterday, discussing
tlin present political situation ike senator- left smiling apparently
happy over ontconie hoped to ensue as a result of the conversation.
RENO, June 28. The big.righters are in prime condition for the
.contest to take place July 4. They will enter tin ring at 1:30 p. m.
BEVERLY, June 28. An Italian street laborer was knocked
down by an auto driven by Robert, the son of President Taft. The
President has ordered a surgeon to attend the injured man and to give
him all needed attention until restored to health.
WASHINGTON, June 28. The total appropriation, by. Congress
amounts to $1,027,000,000.
ROME, June 28. Italy demands the surrender of Charlton, the
man who killed his wife and threw her body into Lake Coino and es
caped to New York.
SEATTLE, June 28. Geo. Parker, the local , fiscal agent of the
United Wireless Co., has been indicted and arrested: on a Federal
HONOLULU, June 27, Frankv Harvey, laid to rest yesterday
The funeral was very largely attended and the hearse was drawn by
102 members of the society.
Word haa been received of the marriage of Mies Zilah Hart and
W. (J. Allen, and they are on their way to Switzerland for the honey
NEW YORK, June 26. Roosevelt will jump into political tight
without waiting for the two months period to expire.
SPRINGFIELD, III., June 26. Two more legislators have been
indicted in the Lorrimer bribery case.
WASHINGTON, June 26. Sheriden succeeds Schwartz who has
resigned as chief of reclamation bureau.
LEAVENWORTH, June 26. General Funston in said to lie out
of danger. ' '
SAN FRANCISCO, June 2tL Jeffries is the favorite, the betting
being 10 to 6 in his favor.
Teddy Roosevelt, Jr. and.hrida have arrived here.
LA CROSSE, June 26. A steamer carryings thousands of nXcur
siomsts caught fire and burned to the water's edge. All the passengers
were remvoed safely and in good order, but it is rumored that several
mothers in the excitement threw, their nabies overboard.
WASHINGTON, June 26. Congress has adjournd.
The president signed the rivers and harbors bill, the public build
ing bill, the white slave traffis bill, the irrigation bill, the sundry, civil
urn aim ine pension qui.
No action in connection with naming a committee to investigate
into the friar land graft charges has yet been taken.
An investigation Into charges of attempted bribery made by sena
tor Gore in connection with opening Oklahoma Indian .land has been
ordered by the Senate. ,'
MEXICO CITY, June 27. Diaa has been-re-elected President- by.
an overwhelming majority.'
WINNEPEG, June 27. Doctor Roller and Hacken Schmitt are
matched for a wrestling bout.
LA CROSSE, June 27. Three dead and twenty were injured in
the fire that destroyed the Mississippi river excursion boat last Friday.
HONOLULU, June 26. -David B. Lyman is making a last visit
to the Islands, after being away for 51 years. Brothers Rufus and
Fred are to go to Hilo Tuesday.
Kuhio is said to be suffering from throat trouble.
Onomea plantation will loss 323 acres of cane land under the new
land law. Surprise expressed that the planter's representative did not
see the nigger in the wood pile, to have had clause expunged from tbe
land law amendment.
The Waiakea lease expires, ia 1918 wjien about 5000 acres of fine
cane lands will be opened for homesteaders.,
County Attorney Cathcart puta up a good defence in the trial
wherein McDuttie is involved with him, but the Territorial Grand Jurv
will probably have the Lane case re-opened and the, man brought to
trial In tbe Circuit Court in spite of CathcarVa accepting plea, of guilty
to a lesser crime than what is believed to haw been committed.
HONOLULU, June 25. It is possible the Sierra may make the
trip from San rrancisco via Hilo. ,
Royal remains were removed last night.
Mr. Dillingham has placed an order for 200,000 barrels of ctment
to be used in connection with tbe dredging of Pearl harbor.
- Messrs Catncart and McDuf&e are at odds over the prosecution of
I oung Lane, who was sentenced to . an year In jail for assault on a
Win. Savidge and wife have Settled their differences out of court.
Prince Cupid is not sure of the stand lie will take in the prohibi
tion fight. He has his own fences to itend.
Money for the Mabuka site ia actually ready.
Friends of murderer Wynne by thousands have signed a petition
for commutation of death sentence.
The Inter Island Steam Navigation Co. sent plans for a new and
smaller steamer than the Manna Kea to Atlantic aud Pacific Coast
WASHINGTON, June 25. Congress adjourned today, and the
closing hour was marked by a tremendous sensation, bn Gore, the
blind senator from Oklahoma, stated that be. had been offered 150,000
to withdraw his opposition to tbe ojiening of Indian lands in that
state. He mentioned one representative, one senator and two ex
senators as in the deal.
NEW YORK, June 25. Italy will not ask lor the extradition of
Charlton and the UniKd Statei has no jurisdiction in the matter.
He may escape prosecution but the family will aslt that he be confined
in an asylum.
THE, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
C. H. Cooke, President W. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President
D. H. Case, and Vice-President R. A. Wadsworth, Director
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier A. Aalberg, Auditor
J. Garcia, Asst. Cashier
EIGHTH ANNUAL. STATEMENT
at the close of business, December 31, 1909
Loans and Discounts $143,643. 41
United States Bonds 25,000.00
Cash and Due from Banks 53,995-67
Banking House, Furniture, e,c 5,900.00
5 Redemption Fund.,
Capital Stock $ 35,000.0a..
Surplus and Profits 27,602.96
Due to banks '. . . . 3,891.14
Dividends Unpaid 1,400.00
Circulating 23,997-5 -
2,250.00 Depositors 202,050.87 -
R. &. O. E.
C. D. LUFKIN,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
COUNTY OP MAUI,
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the alxive 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 4th day of January, 1910.
II. M. COKE, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
We Sell These.
Yon want the best. -Are you ruuty
far it this season?
We are prepared ai never before la mi I oar
wents ia vehicles end bernett. There's Both-,
ins tuperlor to what mm ere khowiiif, in teste,
trie vl eervice. Abiolute ta.rn.tlr in mike.
an otoriel. You will eiree wHeii we tell 700
. IT'S THE FAMOUS
No Matter what oa want U It's haraess of
SQiethlns thai ruos on wbeele, we're
f at It or will quicklr set lb
Cost la sad Inn with as. BTerrbodj keem
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
F. The Btadebeker aeaMpleteoa vahist
leUetMreatee, Don't foccet this.
Sealed tenders will be received by the J
Board of - Supervisors of the County of.
Maui, at the office of the County Clerk
of said County, at Wailuku, Maui, up to
2;oo o'clock p. tn. ou Wednesday, July 7,
1910, and then opened for furnsihing the
said County of Maui with the following
enumerated office suppliesf for a period
of five months from August I, to Decem
ber 31 ,1910, both dates inclusive, to be
delivered at the office of the County
Clerk of said County at Wailuku, Maui,
Cut Blotters, per gross.
Desk Blotters, per 100 sheets.
Carter's Koal Black Ink, "pints" perdoz,
Type, Writing Ribbons, Oliver per doz.
Type-Writing Ribbons, Remington, per
Type Writing Papers (legal size) No. 10,
ia,, 14 aud 16 per dozen boxes.
Onion Skin Paper, (legal size) per dozen
Legaf Cap, per ream.
Fools Cap, per ream.
McGills Fasteners, per M.
O. K. Fastners, per M.
Gem Fasteners, per M.
Pea Holders, per doz.
Railroad Pens, per doz.
Falcon Pens, per doz.
404 Gillots Pens, per box.
Envelopes No, 9, per M.
Envelope No. 5, per M.
Assorted Rubber Bands, per box. .
Niagara Clips, per M.
Caibon Papers, (Remtico) pes box. .
Jackson Stub No. 447 pens, per box.
Eyelets, per box.
Receipt Books, per doz.
Carters Linrary Paste large jars per doz.
All of said above articles, or any part
thereof, to be delivered at said office of
the County Clerk at sucb time or. times
during said period as orders may issue
therefor by tbe Board of Supervisors of
tbe County of Maui, or any authorized
agent thereof. Said tenders to be dis
tinctly marked "Office Supplies for Coun
ty of Maui."
The Board of Supervisors reserves the
right to reject any and all bids
Contractors will be required to give
bonds -for the faithful performance ofj
their part of the contract.
By order of the Board of Supervisors of
the County of Maui,, Territory of Ha
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 17th day
ol Juue, A. D. 1919.
WM. FRED KAAE,
vbunty Clerk. County of Maui.
Juue 18, 33, Jly 1.
Fresh Roasted Peanuts
always on lmml
Onlers taken for
Fruits, Nuts and Cigar.
Ice Cold Prinks
Market Street, : - Wailuku.
Sealed tenders will be received by tbe
Board of Supervisors of the County V(
Maui at the office of the County Clerk of
said County at Wailuku, Maui, up to 2:00
o'clock p. in. on Wednesday, July 7 1910,
and then opened for furnishing the Ms
lulani Hospital or Wailuku Jail or Lahai,
na Jail, at Wailuku or Lahaina with the.
following enumerated supplies fora period
of five months from August 1st 1910 to
December 31, 1910, both dates inclusive
to be delivered to the said Malalani Hos
pital or Wailuku Jail or Lahaina Jail at
said Wailuku or Lahajna, to-wit:
Fresh Meat, per lb. ,
Flour, bbl. rate.
Rice, per 100 lb. bag.
Coffee, per lb,
Sugar, Brown and White per 100 lb.
Butter, per lb.
Potatoes, per 100 lb.
Love's Saloon Pilots, pec lb.
Lard, per 5 lb. cans. -
Hawaiian Salt, per bag 100 lb.
Poi, per lb.
Sago, per lb.
Tapioca, per lb.
Oysters, per doz a an.
Raisins, per lb.
Currants, per lb.
Baking powder, per 3 lb. cans.
Creaju of Wheat, per pkg. .
Salt Salmon Red,
Germea, per pkg.
Lucky Oats, per pkg.
Assorted Fruits, (oannedl oer dox cans
Jams, per doz. jars or tins.
Onions, per lb.
Prunes, per lb. '
Cod Fish, per lb.
Soda Crackers, per lb.
Valence Molasses, per tin or I gal.
Table Salt, per a lb. bags.
Peas, (canned) per doz.
String beans, per doz. cans,
Olive oil, per gal.
Wheat Flakes, per pkg.
Toasted Corn Flakes, per doz.
Condensed Milk, per doz cau.
Pearl Barley, per lb.
Corn, per loo lb.
All of the sM article, a ., ..-:
, pMl uvu
thareof.'to be delivered at said Malulanj
t Hospital of Wailuku or Lahaina Jails at
uv.u time ur limes during salt period as
orders may issue therefor by the Board
of Supervisors of the County uf Maui, or
any authorized agent thereof, said ten
ders to be distinctly marked "Tenders
for Supplies for Malulatii Hospital or
Wailuku Jail or Lahaina Jail.
The Board of Supervisors reserve) the
right to reject any aud all bids.
Contractors will be required to give
bonds for the faithful performance of
their part of the contract.
By order of the Board of SuDervisore
of the County of Maui, Territory of H-.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, this 17th,
day of June, 1910.
Wm. FRED KAAE,
Couulv Clerk 1 rMlMt-e nw Hfn..:
s 1 vi UaAX,
June j8, 2$, July a.