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' THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 19U
THE FiRST national bank of wailuku.
Statement of Condition
Wailuku, Maul,, T. H., Sept. 30th, I9M.
Capital Stock 35,000 00
Surplus & Profits 37,o45 48
Due to Other Banks 9,688 68
Circulation J4.997 5
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts $186,130 47
United'States Bonds 25,00000
Other Bonds 72,726 25
Real Estate Ww tied 1,16085
Cash & Due from Banks . 87,743 83
Banking House, Furniture, etc. 6,838 00
Five Ter cent. Fund 1,250 00
E & O K
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, )
County of Maui,
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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Trouble In Cuba.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 17. The State department has threatened
nlervention in Cuba unless there is a change in the political situation.
President Gomez has replied that the Cuban authoiities are in full
TUNIS. Jan. 17. A French steamer has been seized by an Italian
torpedo boat destroyer. Part of her cargo are aeroplanes for the
OSAKA, Jan. 17. A fire in this city has rendered about 30,000
BOSTON, Jan. 17. The loss in the Revere House fire is about
IThe Revere House Boston was one of the famous old land marks
of the early days. Situated in the equally famous Scollay square. En.
PEKIN. Jan. 16. Reports from surrounding districts are to the
effect that 10,000 Manchus have been massacred and the towns looted.
HARBIN, Jan. 16. The Mongolians have entered the town of
Kahiian and forced the Manchus to evacuate. They joined with the
tizens in declaring their independence from the Chinese empire.
PEKIN, Jan. 16. An attempt was made yesterday to kill Yuen
Shi Kai, by throwing a bomb. Two soldiers acting as a body guard
were instantly killed.
NANKING, Jan. 16. The birth of the new republic, and the
inauguration of Sun Yet Sen was celebrated today.
Church Goers Killed.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 15. Five women, and two men were
il led by a locomotive, while crossing the railroad tracks on their way
PASSADENA, Jan. 15. The hotel Papsadena was burned last
ight. The guests are safe. ,
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 15. Gipsy Smith headed a monster
church parade here yesterday. .' Many thousands in linn.
SHANGHAI, Jan. 15. An unofficial announcement has been
made that the armistice has been extended two week.
MADRID, Jan. 15. The cabinet has tendered its resignation.
NANKING, Jan. 15. I)r. Sun Yet Sen in a published statement
says he is dissatisfied with conditions He demands the abdication of
the emperor to prevent further hostilities.
TOLEDO, Jan. 15. A fast train speeding through the town of
Carey, Ohio, left the rails. The coaches were overturned, and 50
people seriously injured. None were killed.
BOSTON, Jan. 15. One fireman was burned to death in a hotel
re .here today. Many guests are supposed to have lost their lives.
LAWRENCE, Jan. 15. Rioting 'took place here today by the
triking operatives. A dozen people have been injured. The militia
as been called out.
Troops For China.
MANILA, Jan. 13. The transport Loean has sailed for Chingwu
with a battalion of the fifteenth Infantry.
ROME, Jan. 13. Seven Turkish gunboats and an armed yacht,
have been sunk in the Red Sea.
BERLIN, Jan. 13. The Socialist vote is over four millions. The
party has gained nineteen members".
WASHINGTON, Jan. 13. Gen. Carter made the statement be-
fore the committee yesterday that over 35,000 Japanese in the Philip
pines and Hawaii were subject to war demands, and that the govern
ment must increase its military plans or loose its insular possessions.
TACOMA, Jan. 13. The Strathalden was rammed yesterday by
the Virginian. The latter has a hole in her bow.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 13. Collector of the Port Stratton has
been ordered to collect $100,000 in fines from captains on whose ships
opium has been found. He will grant no clearance papers to these
ships till a settlement has been made.
HONOLULU, Jan. 17. A nuisance bureau has been established by
the sanitary committee. Those who offend will be prosecuted.
John Lua, the burglar who was in the habit of leaving the Chain
gang to burgularize houses, has escaped from jail together with Chun
The belt road commission remains hostile to the open meeting
proposition because they do not like the attitude of the newspapers
The garbage department threaten to arrest those who leave tin
cans in the street. The sanitary committee is thus.up against it.
Ernest Bishoff, of Davies & Co., died suddenly yesterday from
Gertrude Mactarlane has sued Capt. Ureen for breach of promise
The Japanese murderer was quietly hanged yesterday. He
HONOLULU, Jan. 16. Gov. Frear says he will be glad to have
an investigation of his official acts.
There was a reception tendered to the son of Sun Yet Sen yester
ihe belt road case is now up in tne Circuit Uourt. Wilson is on
the stand. It is believed he will get the contract or the bids will be
A dispatch from Washington is to the effect that President Taft
has held up the appointment of Gov. Frear, at the request of the dele
gate, and will send a special auent to make an investigation.
HONOLULU, Jan. 15. The cruiser Maryland left yesterday on a
secret mission. It is believed she has gone to Galapagos island in con
nection with-the fortifications of the Panama canal.
Sheba says the Japanese here would pay no attention to a demand
to take up arms in case of war, and that they are well satisfied with
The Board of Education surprised the Waialae school by a visit
and found everything ship shape.
HONOLULU, Jan. la. rrivate advices say thut 1 alt is In no
hurry to act in the appointment of a governor. lie may not act until
Doubt is expressed as to what Frear intends to do with the appro
priation bill for the county.
Future fines of captains with opium found on their ships will be
based on the price of the drug in the Orient.
Three sailors on the Knko Head deny any cruelty on the part of
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"SCHEDULE FOR 1911
HONOLULU AHULUNHILO and HAWAIIAN PORTS
PUGEET SOUND Hawaiian Islands Arrive
Lurline . .
Lurline . .
Lurline . .
Hyades . .
Lurline . .
Hyades . .
Sept 17 Sept 23
Oct. 8 Oct 14
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26 Oct. 29 Nov. 4
.... Nov. 25
28 Dec. 31 Jan. 6
Dec. ro Dec. 16
' Sept. 26
Dec. 1 9
Wilhelmina calls at Honolulu and Hilo.
Lurline calls at Honolulu and Kahului
"1 calls at Honolulu and Kahului
Wnnnii.l.n I on Sept. and Oct. trips.
Monoiuiau calu at Honolulu and Kahului
J ' on Nov. and Dec. trips.
Hyades via Puget Sound to Honolulu, Port
Mien, Kahului Hilo and Kaanapali.
Hilonian via Puget Sound to Hono
lulu, Port Allen, Kahului, Hilo and
Enterprise On voyage No. 87 to Hono
. lulu Kahului, Port Allen, Hilo and
Kaanapali via Puget Sound.
Enterprise except on Voyage No. 87
to Hilo direct.
'Indicates that steamer carries freight and combustibles only (no passengers
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