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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1911
THE FiRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU.
Statement of Condition.
Wailuku, Maui,, TH., Sept. 30th, I9tt.
Loans, Discount, Overdrafts $186,130 47
United States Bonds 25,000 00
her Bonds 72,726 25
Ueal Estate Wwned 1,16085
Cash & Due from Banks 87343 83
Banking House, Furniture, etc. 6,838 00
Five Per cent. Fund 1,250 00
Surplus & Profits
Due to Other Banks
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, )
County of Maui, )
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.
C. D. LUFKIN, 'Cashier.
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Moros Show Fight.
MANILA, Doc. 21. A battle is expected in Yolo. Six hundred
Moros have fortified themselves, and are coralled by the troops.
BOSTON, Dec. 20. Pastor Richeson, who is accused of poisoning
his fiance, attempted suicide with a piece of tin. He is in a critical
OAKLAND, Dec. 21. R. T. Lewis, a young Hawaiian, has been
sentenced to two years in San Quentin for stealing tools from his
SHANGHAI, Dec. 20. Tang Sho Ye says he is ready to accept a
Republic, but first wishes to communicate witli Pekin. The powers
have presented a note asking that the armistice be extended to the 30th
TEHERAN, Dec. 2'J. The Persian ministry have resigned, and
NEW YORK, Dec. 20. In an editorial Gompers says the Mc-
Namara affair is an unfortunate incident, but in no way does it affect
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20. President Taft" has recommended a
down ward 'tariff for wool. The senate has ratified the note of the
president to Russia, abrogating; the treaty between the two countries.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 20. Frank Gillett of Mexico, have been
killed by bandits. Thirty-three sticks of dynamite has been found
in the home of Arthur Letts, a merchant of this city.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 19. The Mexican revolution is growing
rapidly. It is reported that lawlessness prevails in the southern
NEW YORK, Dec. 19. Taft arrived here yesterday. When
Police Commissioner Waldo was asked why a guard was not provided
for him, he replied that the president was no better than the mayor.
Chinese Elect President.
NANKING, Dec. 19 Dr. Sun Yet Sen has been elected president
of the new Chinese republic.
SHANGHAI, Dec. 19. Hope is expressed here that the peace
conference will result satisfactorily.
CANTON, Dec. 19. Wong See Ling, the provisional president of
Canton, has resigned.- v
LONDON, Dec. 19. Frank Starbuck knocked out Bombardier
Wells in eleven rounds last night.
PORTLAND, Dec. 19 The Holy Ghost Apostle has been sen
tenced to ten years in jail.
DOUGLAS, Deo. 19. Detectives have found 80,000 rifles smug
gled into Mexico for use in a revolution.
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 19. Tveitmoe and Clancy have arrived
here. They are expected to testify before the grand jury. '
NEW YORK, Dec. 10. The annual lepoit of the Wabash rail.
way shows a deficit of $403,000. The bonded indebtedness is $14,000,000.
Religious War Threatened.
TEHERAN, Dec. 18. Religious orders are openly preaching a
holy war against Russia. The situation is believed to be serious.
LOS ANtiELES, Dec. 16. Four indictments against labor lead
ers will probably be returned in connection with the dynamite cases.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 18. Gen. Leonard Wood is said to.favor
the restoration of the army canteen. He also favors a heavy garrison
in the Panama Canal Zone.
SEATTLE, Dec. 18. A serious accident has occurred to the
steamer City of fueblo. The engine cylinder head was blown out
and the Chief Engineer probably fatally injured.
LONDON, Dec. 18. Alfred Vanderbilt and Mrs. Hollister McKim
were married here yesterday.
CHICAGO, Dec. 18. A general strike is threatened on all lines
between here and the Pacific Coast. Sympathy with men on the liar-
riman lines is the cause.
HONOLULU, Dec. 21. The Hilo wharf agreement has been re
ferred to the board. '
Keoho has been indicted for stealing post office funds.
Holliday Witherspoon, formerly of the Brown & Lyons company,
U dead in Texas.
One new case and one death wae reported from quarantine island
The federal government has decided to turn back to the territory
the Armory Bite, for the benefit of the national guard.
Judge Cooper has decided the banana cutting case against the ter
ritory. There is no appeal. Lindsay says he will draw a new complaint.
HONOLULU, Dec. 20. Letters from Washington state that
President Taft was too busy to see Kuhio when the latter called.
Milverton says the city cannot raise the tax rate, even should the
Mayor Fern says the present road committee is the worst ever.
Lewers & Cooke ay that lumber prices will not advance.
The Kakaako gang of hoodlums have been released by Judge Mon
sarrat. Judge Cooper has sustained the demurrer of Alfred Horner
against a writ of mandamus,
HONOLULU, Dec. 19. Judge Cooper decided yesterday that
the governmant has no case in the banana cutting matter. Sutton
now claims to have two rulings which go the other way.
The Inter-Island Company will it-sue cruise tickets allowing hold,
era to tour all islands, for $25.00.
Seven new cases of smallpox have been reported from quarantine
The United States Supreme Court has decided in favor of Mrs.
Atcherly against Lewers & Cooke, regarding valuable property rights.
The case has been in the courts sixty years. ,
HONOLULU, Dec. 18. The Kaupakalua Wine & Liquor Co.,
have been found to be making brandy illegaly, and are subject to a
fine of many thousands of dollars, unless the case can be compromised.
H. M. Ayres was declared the winner of the Kalakaua Avenue
race. King and Kaoo were disqualified for running
A hoilermaker on the Standard Oil tanks was blown into the air
Saturday, He sustained a broken leg.
It is rumored that Vanniman will send his dirigible to Honolulu
for army use.
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