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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1911
THE FiRST NATIONAL BANK. OF WAILUKU.
Statement of Condition. '
: Wailukn, Maui,, T.H., Sept. Joth, 191 1.
Loans, Dlacounts, Overdraft! (186,130 47
United States Bonds 25,000 00
Other Bonds 72,726 25
Real Estate Wwneil 1,160 85
Cash & Due from Banks 87-743 83
Banking House, Furniture, etc. 6,838 00
Fiva'C'er cent. Fund 1,250 00
Surplus & Profits
Due to Other Banks
I 35i 00
E. & O. E. ' v
CD. LUFKIN, Cashier.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
County of Maui, 8 8 '
I, C. D. Lnfkin, 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.
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The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1911.
Pass. I Pass. Pass. Pass. I & Fit. I FreiSht Freigh
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 6. Mayor Alexander was defeated yester
day, and Ilarriman, the socialist candidate elected by 60,000 majority.
There was no disorder during the voting.
NEW YORK, Dec. 6. Survivors of the great shirt waist factory
fire attacked the owners as they appeared in court to answer to the
charge of manslaughter. Police reserves were called.
CHICAGO, Dec. 6. Speakers at the irrigation congress yenterday
roasted the interior department for misuse of funds.
PEKIN, Dec. 6. The revolutionists are becoming more confident.
They lefuse all offers of peace, and will be satisfied with nothing less
than a republican form of government.
ROME, Dec. 6. Italy is now in undisputed possession of Tripoli.
McNamaras Will Talk.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 5. After being sentenced the McNamaras
will go before the grand jury and tell what they know the conspiracy.
They have already told much. The bribery case against Franklin has
been postponed. Mrs. Bain, the wife of the juryman, has confessed to
the bribing of her husband.
CLEVELAND, Dec. 6. Burns reiterates his charpi ? against
Gompers, and says he is fooling organized labor.
INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 5. The district attorney says all those
involved in the dynamiting will be punished.
NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 5. The former Honduras minister charges
the United States with encouraging the Bonilla revolutionists.
CINCINNATI, Dec. 5 The United States district attorney has
brought suit for the dissolution of the National Cash Register Co.
TEHERAN, Dec. 5. Menaced by the Russian military forces,
Persia has appealed to the parliament of the world.
BERLIN, Dec. 5. Turkey has dispatched an army to the Persia
Deep Laid Plot.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 4'. Federal and State authorities have
united in probing the most startling chareres ever made in this
State, and which have caused the greatest consternation. Attorney
Fredericks and money political leaders are involved.
INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 4. Detective Burns says Gompers had
knowledge of the McNamaras guilt.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 4. The elections take place tomorrow.
Socialists and Labor Unionists are determined to elect Ilarriman may
or. Une tnousand special police have been sworn in. The women will
vote. Bloodshed is feared.
HALACO, Mexico, Dec. 4. Thirteen Reyists have been taken
from the jail here and shot without a trial.
PEKIN, Dec. 4. The independence of Mongolia has been declar
ed by the viceroy. The tribes are against both the Manchus and
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 1. James B. McNamara and John J. Mc
Namara, have confessed. The former to blowing up the Times build
ing, and the latter to blowing up the Llewelyn Iron Works. It is
understood that James B. McNamara will get a life sentence, and John
CHICAGO, Dec. 2. Burns declares that other arrests may follow,
for complicity in the Times explosion.
CINCINNATI, Dec. 2. The mother of the McNamaias still de
clares they are innocent.
TEHERAN, Dec. 2. An epidemic of assassinations is threatened.
Schuster, the American finance minister is being heavily guarded.
PEKIN, Dec. 2. Gen. Li Yuen Hor.g, leader of the revolution
has agreed to the terms of an armistice as proposed by the premier.
LEAVEN WORTH, Dec. 2. A widespread plot among the pris
oners in the federal prison to escape, has been discovered. Many revol
vers, ana tour bucks 01 dynamite nave been found.
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Subject to Change
HONOLULU, Dec. 6. A gentleman visiting here from Washing
ton says Taft has stated his Intention to reappoint Frear.
A fight last night between Kakaako toughs and marines resulted
in one hoodlum being taken to the hospital and four to the police
The cruiser Maryland Bailed for Hilo last night.
The Makura was delayed four hours yesterday, on account of a
mutiny of the firemen.
Mountain King stockholders hold a meeting today. It is believed
an assessment of two cents a share for three months will be levied.
Hilo railroad bonds to the amount of 170,000 were sold yesterday.
The money will be UBed for the completion of the road to Paauilo.
' 'HONOLULU, Dec. 5. Kuhio and Parker name Tenny Peck as
the successor of Frear. Peck says no.
Swanzy has been elected president of the sugar planters' associa
tion. The reports show last year's crop to be 574,000 tons.
The new Hilo wharf agreement has fewer points for objections,and
gives the 11 arbor Commission complete control.
The town hoodlums and soldiers are having difficulties, and Mc-
Duffie threatens to close up certain Hotel street places.
Tyro more cases of smallpox have broken out on - the Willesden
Silva, the Punchbowl demon, and a party of friends, who broke qua
rantine, are in jail.
HONOLULU, Dec. 4. The steamer Willesden has arrived with
1306 Spaniards and 543 Portuguese on board. Twenty-seven deaths
occurred on the voyage from smallpox, measles and chickenpox. The
deaths were mostly among the children. Victor Clark says the ships
should be less crowded.
The government will fortify all the vulnerable points on the island
Several parties of joy riders report seeing Rodrigues on Punchbowl
road last night.
HONOLULU, Dec. 2. The visiting engineers inspected the dry
dock and sugar mills yesterday, and reported themselves as well
pleased with what they saw.
Many breeding places for mosquitoes have been discovered in the
The steamer Siberia sailed for San Francisco yesterday afternoon
and left 150 sacks of Christmas mail on the dock.
The second instalment of Rays Staunard Baker's story on Hawaii
says the conditions on the plantations is pure feudalism.
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