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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY .SEPTEMBER 10, 1910
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd I
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Sept. 3. A passenger train was held up
here today by a lone bandit. As the robber was putting hi loot into
a sack, preparing to get away the engineer of the train threw a sione
striking the robber and killing him.
NEW YORK, Sept. 3. William Barnes, Jr., a writer on the Al
bany Journal and a Republican committeeman, flays Roosevelt in his
paper, and calls him a menace to the country,
OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 5. -Gov. Haskell professes to be in
doubt as to the good intentions of Col. Roosevelt. .He says he dislikes
his methods. ' . ;' - ,;
ST. PAUL, Sept. 6 During a speech by Roosevelt, a painter
interrupted the speaker to ask him who was paying the expenses for
his trip through the country. Roosevelt replied that it was the
magazine for which he was working. The pair.ter thereupon called
him a liar, and was immediately arrested. . .
OMAHA, Sept. 3. In a speech by Roosevelt here today, he called
for the fortifying of Panama Canal, so that it will be under the abso
lute control of the United States.
NEW YORK; Sept. 3. The cloakmakers strike has been settled.
The strikers winning.
LONDON, Sept. 3.Over 60,000 people are out of work owing to
a strike in the government shipyards. v
WASHINGTON; Sept. 3.United States marines will he withdrawn
from Bluefields, a recent developments tend Inward peace in that
MANILA, Sept. 3. Secretary of War Dickinson has left here on
the Transport Crook for Hongkong.
HATH, Me., Sept. 3. The Destroyer Spaulding made 32 4-5 knots
per hour on her trial trip.
Terrible Ravages of Cholera.
BOBDEAUX. Sept 4. An aviator flew 366 miles near here, in 7
hours, 5 minutes, 54 seconds. He made four stops.
DK AUZILLE, Sept. 5. While Moran the aviator was a mile in
the air his motor died. Moran kept cool, and succeeded in bringing
his machine to earth without accident. ' ' .
ST, PETERSBURG, Sept 5 The number of cases f chol?ra
throughout Russia have leached a total of 136,000. There have been
64,000 of these cases proven fatal.
. TOKIO, Sept. 5. The steamer Manchuria has leen released from
quarantine, and has sailed for Honolulu.
CAPE RACE, Sept. 5. The captain and crew of the steamer Wes t
Point have been rescued by the Mauritania, after, spending five days
in an open boat. '
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 5. The committee appointed to investi
gate Ballinger have arrived here to discuss the case.
ASTORIA, Sept. 5. A huge meteoi passed over this place last
night. -It was estimated to be 100 feet in diameter. It fell into the sea-
ST. PAUL, Sept. 5. Delegates to the National Conservation Con
gress are arriving. A fight is already on as to whether it shall be
under State or Federal control. i
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 6. Al Kaufman won from Bill Lang
here last night, after a long and vicious fight.
There is some mistake about this as they are only allowed to box six rounds in
Philadelphia. Ed. . t
PORTLAND, Sept. 6.- The labor day parade here broke up in a
riot, several people being seriously injured. Twelve participants have
been arrested. .'..'.
LEXINGTON, Ky , Srpt. 6 James R. Keene, the well known
horseman is seriously ill with pneumonia. y l
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 6. In a Labor Day address in this city
yesterday Samuel Go npers denounced the courts of the country.
ST. PAUL, Sept. 6.--At the Conservation Congress yesterday,
Governor Stubhs of Kansas said that if be was President of the United
States he would kick Ballinger out. Taft has called .for commqn
sense deliberations. He says he will submit to Congress any scheme
for the adjustment of water power.
,YVINNEPEi, Sept. 6. Abe Attel the featherweight champion,
knocked out Bill Landers here tonight. .
Honolulu Mens Items.
HONOLULU, Sept. . Great courtesy was shown Queen Liliuoka
lani here today, by both native Hawaiians and foreigners. The queen
held a reception and thousands called.
It is rumored that a branch of the Boy Scouts will be organized
to handle the hoodlums of this city.
Local students are to greet the Chinese students, who are on their
way to the coast. - .
Two Japanese and one Chinese newspaper writer have been held
by the Federal authorities for passing indecent literature through' the
U.S. mails. - - .
Dick Davis now holds the license for the Fashion. Saloon. Jack
Scully has quit the liquor business.
Great interest is manifested in the primaries ia the Manoa dis
trict. Andrews and his Manoa opponents' have both made statements.
HONOLULU, Sept. 5. The Manoa Insurgents elected their en
tire ticket today. Andrews and Buffandeau, are down and out. Hus
tace won out in his precinct. Jack Lucas was defeated as a delegate to
the convention. '
Sixty-eight Chinese students were given a joy ride by the lojiil
Rolert Parker and George Kaea, the gambler, are said to have
made a combine to secure the nomination of sheriff for Parker.
Peter Rodrigues of Wnianae, accidentally hot off hie- right hand,
yesterday, while out hunting.
The police expect a elush between local Japanese and Koreans,
over the annexation of Korea.
More than 1000 voters have already registered for the coming
HONOLULU, Sept. 6 It is very probable that Bob Shingle will
be 'nominated by the Republicans to run against Trent for Treasurer,
but with very little chance of suocees. .
Breckons is being talked oi as presiding officer at the Republican
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
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C. H. Cooke, President W. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President .
b. H. Case, and Vice-President R. A. Wadswortb, Director ;
C. D. Lufkiu, Cashier A. Aalberg, Auditor
' ' J. Garcia, Asst. Cashier
EIGHTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
at the close of business, June 30, 1910
RESOCRCES I LIABILITIES
Loans and Discounts $159,565. u Capital Stock.. J 35,000.00
iasn and inie from Banks bs.58u.111 surplus,
United States Bunds n.ouo.ool Undivided Profits...
Other Bunds, quickly con- Due to banks .......
vertible 62,838.53 Dividends Unpaid.
Banking House, Furniture, etc , 5,900.00! Circulation
5 Redemption Fund '; i.aso.oo: Depositors
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TERRITORY OF HAWAII, 1 ,
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.
v - CD. LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworu to before me this 30th day of June, 1910.
J. N . K. KEOLA, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
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Uoar-d of Agriculture and Fores
try, Dlyiion of Forestry.
Free TreeArbor Day
Notice is hereby given that all persons
in aud around Wailuku, who desire free
irees for Arbor Day planting must ' make
application for the same before Septem
ber 30,1910, to Mr. H. B. Fenhallow,
District Forester, Wailuku. -
Each applicant may apply for not to
exceed 34 trees Eucalyptus and Iron
wood, The trees will be given out in
RALPH S. HOSMER,
Superintendent of Forestry.
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