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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 25, 1911.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU.
Statement of Condition.
Wailuko, Maui,, T. H., Sept. 30th, 1911.
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts $ 186,130 47
United States Bonds 25,000 00
Other Bonds 72,726 25
Real Estate Wwned 1,160 85
Cash & Due from Banks 87,743 83
Banking House, Furniture, etc. 6,838 00
Five Per cent. Fund 1,250 00
Surplus & Profits
Due to Other Banks
$ 35,000 00
f 380,849 40
E. &O. E.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, )
. County of Maui,
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above named hank, do solemnly swear that the
buovc Biaiemem is irue 10 me uesi 01 my knowledge anil belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, -Cashier.
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Suffragettes Storm Commons.
LONDON, Nov. 22 The suffragists attempted to carry out their
threat to storm parliament yesterday. The police charged the rioters,
and arrested 220 of them. Parliament is divided as to the extension
of the franchise.
AUSTIN, Pa., Nov. 22. Superintendent Hamlin of the destroyed
nam is charged with manslaughter. -
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22. Two cruisers have bsen ordered to San
Domingo to protect interests. s
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 22. It is announced the Rolph adminis
tration will prepare amendments to the municipal charter, providing
for a commission form of government. -
i iKjaiyj, imov. copies of a manisfesto encouraging
Mexicans to revolt against Madeto, with Reyes name attached, have
PEKIN, Nov. 22. The city is sharply divided into factions.
skirmishing is continuous between imperials and rebels at Nanking.
CITY OF MEXICO, Nov 21. War orders have been issued, and
25,000 men are in the field.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 21. The Fourth Cavalry has been ordered
to the border to preserve neutrality.
BAKU. NOV. 21. A trOOO BlliD left vestprilnv with Ttnasi'nn in.
a . j -
fantry and field equipment. Diplomatic relations between Russia and
Persia have been severed. The situation is extremely serious.
PEKIN, Nov. 21. Official confirmation has been received of the
massacre of a number of foreigners at Sianfn.
TOK10, Nov. 21. Reports indicate the early abdication of the
Emperor. The-situation grows worse.
HANKOW, Nov. 21. The eutposts of the Imperial armv at Nan
king have been driven in.
SEATTLE, Nov. 21. The schools have been closed, and the citv
is in darkness on account of the floods.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 21. Surgeon General Wyman died sud
OAKLAND, Nov. 21. A steamer on the Key Route ferry Btruck
the pier head on and nine persons were injured.
Troops Patroling Border.
SAN ANTON 10,Texas, Nov. 20. Troops of U. S. Cavalry are pa
trolingthe border to preservejneutrality. Also to head off any expedition
to aid a revolution sgainst Madero. Gen. Reyes, who is under arreBt
declares his innocence with having any connection with a revolution.
LAREDO, Nov. 20.- Federal authorities have Beized arms and
ammunition stored here.
TOKIO, Nov. 20. The revolutionary leaders insist that the Chi
nese empire can be transformed into a republic with benefit to the
people. The general in command of the rebel jforce refuses all offers
of peace which does not include the abdication of the pmnernr Th.
only salvation for the Manchu dynasty is to fight it out.
Trouble in Mexico.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18. There is danger of a formidable revo
lution in Mexico. Orders have been issued to hold troops near the
AUSTIN, Nov. 18. -The Texas rangers have been ordered to the
border. . '
BERLIN, Nov, 18. The ancient Hohenzollern Castle was severe
ly damaged in the earthquakes. Panics occurred in many of the cities.
PALO ALTO, Nov. 18. Two cases of Infantile paralysishave end
ed fatally. Schools have been closed.
SCRANTON, Nov. 18. An express messenger who refused to give
the keys of the safe to the bandits has been killed, and the safe looted.
TOKIO, Nov. 18. Pekin is quiet. Residents are passive. Con
fidence is being expressed in Yuen Shi Ki. '
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 18. The fleet is assembling preparing
to sail for Houolulu.
. KINGSTON, Nov. 18. Owing to the decision of the U. S. gov.
ernment to fortify the Canal zone, the British government wilJ make
Jamaica a second Gibraltar.
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HONOLULU-KAHULUI-HILO and HAWAIIAN PORTS
Hawaiian Islands Arrive Vnvfra
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Lurline calls at Honolulu andKahului
l rallo at TTriMn1i.1i. T.-1...1..1
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Hyades via Puget Sound to Honolulu, Port
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HONOLULU, Nov. 22 The Mediterranean fly has been found in
the coffee berries on trees in Makiki..
On the witness stand in the Mills case, Dr. Currie said the banana
plantations would be wiped out as soon as an estimate of their values
could be filed.
Entomoligist Fullaway has withdrawn from the committee.
The Chinese had a great celebration last night. Speeches wcr?
made by Frank Damon and others.
The trial of McMahon for murder was begun yesterday.
HONOLULU, Nov. 21. Dr. Cuirie has been presented with a
gold watch from the citizens' committee.
There are no further signs of yellow fever.
Smuggler Smith has pleaded guilty and was sentenced to serve 15
days in jail and pay a fine of 11500 and costs, amounting to $1170.
S. B. Smith, once of Kauai, committed suicide yesterday. Ill health
is supposed to be the cause.
A T 1 1 1 ... .
a Japanese jaDorer nas muruerea a woman at waialua ana es. ;
The Mills injunction case against the banana cutting will come
HONOLULU, Nov. 20 Over 1,000 tons of banana refuse was
carted from the streets yesterday, and twice as much still remains to
he carted away.
A posse headed by McDuffie has gone after Rodrigues, They have
provisions to last a month.
The board of health has condemned a large number of low lying
lots in the Kewalo district. More are yet to be passed on.
Christian Science boarders at the Y. M. C. A. have been notified
to leave on account of their religion.
There is talk of sending Duke Knhanamoku to the coast as a
tourist publicity asset.
HONOLULU, Nov. 18 Doctor McGrew and John Nott died yes
terday. Thousands of tons of garbage will be dumped Sunday. The cam
paign is settling down, though the masses still oppose it.
Atkinson is mentioned locally as a successor to Stackable. He has
nothing to say.
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