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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER ,15 1910
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pry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
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EASTMAN FILMS and
PREMO FILM PACKS
Put up in Tin.Tuht's to protect thorn from the tropical weather.
Seed, Hammer and Cramer Plates
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Large assortment of
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per S. S. Hyades.
All kinds of picture framing
done at reasonable rates.
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Religious Riots in Portugal.
PAUlM, Oct. 11. Reports lrom IMrtugal say that riots have
broken out, and Churches are being looted and burned. A distinctly
anti-Catholic feeling is expressed by the Revolutionists. The Jesuits
are being driven out.' Cardinal .Neto has been released, but Cardinal
Baja is still a prisouer. Telegraphic news ia so completely censored
that it is impossible to secure direct news. It is not believed Ufts that
King Manuel will attempt to regain the throne.
LISBON, Oct. 8. 'The new government has begun the expulsion
of monks and nuns from Portugal. Hundreds of the ' latter are as
seinbled here awaiting deportation. '
BARCELONA, Oct. 8. A riotous gathering, reflecting the atti
tude of the rebellion, in Portugal was charged by the police yesterday.
Strong fears that a llepublic may be formed.
CANTON, Oct. 10. Biitish residents here fear that anti foreign
riots will start at any time. "
ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 8. Macied, the aviator, fell from his ma
chine and was instantly killed. His wife was a spectator and went
crazy over his body.
NEW YOHK, Oct. 10. William Randolph Hearst has offered a
prize of $50,000 for au airship flight from San Francisco to New York.
CHICAGO, Oct. 10. Aviator Ely started from here in a Uuriis
byplaue to 11 y to New York. The motor balked after going a short
distance. He will resume his flight today.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 10. Gov. Gillette will issue an invitation
soon for a Pacific Coast conference to be held here November 12.
They will ad vocatt the keeping of a fleet of battleships qn the Pacific
LOUISVILLE, Oct. 8. Floods are sweeping through the Ohio
Valkj No loss of lives. " J
TRINIDAD, Col., Oct. 8. -Between 50 and 100 men are entombed
here owing to a mine explosion. Efforts are being made to keep them
alive by pumping air through au improvised shaft.
Later Fifty-two miners still ent uiibed. Others rescued. i
RAINY BLUFF, Out., Oct. 8. Sixty bodies of persons burned in
forest tires have oeen found; Three towns were totally destroyed.
Fake Plot Against President.
MLLLBURY, Mass., Oct. 10. A stranger called upon an aunt of
President Taft here today, anil told of having heard a conversation be
tween men who intended to kill the President. He threatened (he life
of the aunt if she repealed what he told her. It is thought he is a
BEVELEY, Oct. 8. Taft received a Message of thanks from tha
Chinese Prince Hsnn, who is on his way home. -
KNOXVILLE, Oct. 8. Roosevelt made the principal speech
opening the exposition today.
CHICAGO, Oct. 8. Sherman and Senator Lorrimer will, meet at
the forthcoming Columbus Day banquet
HOT SPRINGS, Oct. 11. Roosevelt told his audience at this
place that he believed the government, should take care of the recla
mation of swnmp lands in the South, . .
" WASHINGTON, Oct. 11. Hughe! of New York, took his seat as
a Judge of the Supreme Court of the United States, when that body
met yesterday. - -
EVANSVILLE, Oct 10. Sheridan Lejeun broke the record for
throwing a baseball, here yesterday. . He threw a distance of 426 feet,
61 4 inches.
(The longest throws previously recorded were made by Larry Twit
chell, who threw 408 feet, inch. Ed. Crane, 406 feet, (inch .Ed.)
SAN FRANCISCO,-Out. 41 The British steamer Damara is
ashore inside the harbor here, off Fort Point. It, is believed she will
be saved. . i
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 11. Battling Nelson, defeated Monte Dal
in this city last night in three rounds, by a knockout.-
Honolulu News Items.
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HONOLULU; Oct. 8 Sugar $79.00 per ton.
The Government will attempt to collect $8,000 due the old gov
ernment on land grants. . .
The German training ship "Herzozin Cecile" with. naval cadets
will remain here for a month.
Work on the Carnegie Library begins in February.
More than 7,000 voters registered. .
Details of the explosion in the Times' Building received. Elder
died from wounds received jumping from a third story window.
Colonel MacComb will be Brigadier General of the Department of
Hawaii. - . ;- ' ' '
HONOLULU, Oct. 10. Mrs, Aug'uBt Drier, aged 52, married
Henry Clark, aged 24, here yesterday, Mr. Clark is a son of Charlie
Clark. Mrs. Drier recently accepted dower rights frpu her former
husband's estate. . .
Campbell is still in Funchall. He cannot go to Spain for emi
grants on account of the. law of that country.
More than 100 Japanese are on board the Mongolia en route to
Tahiti. , .
There was a gain of 1100 voters on the island of Oahu at the close
of registration. s
HONOLULU, Oct 11. Dr. Raymond has bolted the Democratic
party, mid nyw that he feels obliged to vote the Republican ticket.
The nomination papers of Bernard, the boy orator, has been filed,
signed by 40 citizens.
An unknown Japanese, asleep on the track near the baseball
grounds, was run over and killed last night.
At a mass meeting of citizens last night, it was decided to hold
the Mahuka site.
The new vaccine fr lepers is being tried in this city.
Secretary McClellan bus made application that his name be
changed from George B. to George McKinley McClellan to include his
mother's family name-.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKl)
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C. II. Cooke, President VV. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President
1). II, Case, nl Vice-rresi.lent R. A. Wadsworth, Director
C. li. Lufkiu, Cashier A. Aalber, Auditor
J. Garcia, Asst. Cashier
EIGHTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
at the close of business, June 30, 191
RESOURCES I LIABILITIES
Loans and Discounts $159,965.12 Capital Stock..
Cash and Due from Banks bd.sSo.iij
United States Bonds...., 25,000.00
Other Bonds, quickly con
Banking House, Furniture, etc 5,900.00;
Undivided Profits i 3&-99
Due to banks . 1,726.66
Dividends Unpaid 1,400.00
5 Redemption Fund.......
. E. &. C). E. '
C D. LUFK.IN Cashier.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII. ) c
COUNTY OF MUI, J '
I, C. 1). 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 30th day of June, 1910.
1; ' ' J. N. K. KEOLA, Notary Public Sec. Jud: Circuit.
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WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
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Hotel and Fort Streets.
Uime &able-?Cahului Slailroad Co.
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1909.
Kali ul ui
Si Fit. Freight Freight
No. 5 No. 6 No. 7
A. M. P. M. A. M.
10 30 .
....... 10 45
9 30 4. .
1 00 .....
'. 2 15 ......
Kahului Railroad Co.
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ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD., Line of Sailing Vessels betweeB
ban Francisco and Hawaiian Ports;
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