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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1912
HE FiRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU.
Statement of Condition.
Wailuku, Maui,, T. H., Sept. 30th, 19H.
Capital Stock $ 35,000 00
Surplus & Profits . 3)o45 48
Due to Oilier Banks 9,688 68
Circulation 4.997 5
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts $186,130 47
United States Bonds 95,000 06
Other Bonds 73,726 35
Real Estate Wwned I,l6o 85
Cash & Due from Banks 87,743 83
Banking House, Furniture, etc. 6,838 00
Five Per cent. Fund 1,25 0
E. & O. E.
CD. LtJFKIN, 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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JLMINEZ, Mar. 27. The rebels won their fight near her yester-
ay, and are huirying to Chihuahua to reinforce the garrison there.
TUCSON, Mar. 27. The gunboat Gurrero entered the river near
Mazallan and bombarded the city. The rebels had attacked without
NEW YORK, Mar. 27. In the presidential primaries yesterday,
Taft carried everything throughout the State, down to the city.
Roosevelt's friends will protest.
NEW YORK, Mar. 27. The motion of the defendants to acquit
the sugar men, has been overruled. The trial will continue.
LONDON, Mar. 27. Asquith confesses hia inability to stop the
trike. The minimum wage bill passed its third reading yesterday.
LONDON, Mar. 26. England is facing the greatest industrial
crisis in history. Three million men, women and children are depend
ing on charity. The time for compromise is past.
CHICAGO, Mar. 26. The miners' union has not called a strike,
pending the announcement of the operators.
LOWELL, Mass., Mar. 25. The cotton spinners of this city have
gone on a strike.
CHICAGO, Mar. 25. Governor Dineen has called a special
sion of the legislature to pass upon the presidential primaries act.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 26. Wickersham refuses to supply
formation regarding the Harvester trust.
VENICE, Mar. 26. The Kaiser was enthusiastically welcomed
today by the King and people.
NEW YORK, Mar. 26. The presidential pri-naries take place
CHICAGO, Mar. 25. Dean Sumner, of St. Peter and St. Paul
Cathedral, has announced that after Easter no marriages will be per
formed by him without a health certificate by a reputable doctor.
The announcement has caused a sensation.
LOS ANGELES, Mar. 25. Four Chinamen including the secre
tary of the Six Companies of San Francisco, have been found guilty of
smuggling Chinese into the United States through Mexico.
NANKING, Mar. 25. An assassin" tried to kill Wong Hsing, the
new minister of war, with a bomb. . the minister escaped but an at
tache was killed.
INDIANAPOLIS, Mar. 25. Unofficial returns give Taft a majori
ty in the State primary elections. '
HELENA, Mont., Mar. 25. Taft has been endorsed by the re
publican State Convention of Montana.
saw rKAiNUiouu, filar, zo. two women are among the nomi
nees for convention delegates selected by the San Francisco Roosevelt
Against Free Sugar.
SAN FRANCISCO", Mar. 23. A strong resolution was .passed
yesterday at the meeting of the development board against the passage
of the free sugar bill.
LONDON, Mar. 23. Asquith will make another effort to bring
the operators and miners together, before the third reading of the
minimum wage bill.
un I ur MJiAiuu, Alar. 20. a rebel army ol 1SUU men was
WELLINGTON, Mar. 23. The Japaneso Antarctic expedition
has returned without seeing the British expedition.
SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. 23. Several big and middle tongs have
agreed not to take part in further tong fights.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 23. A minority report on the wool lariff
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Din nas oeen miroauceu oy me repuoucan memoers 01 ine ways ana
means committee in the House.
San Francisco Puget Sound Hawaiian Islands
Lurline Jan. 10
Enterprise Jan. 13
Willieltnina... Jan. 17
Hyades Jan. 18
Honolulan..., Jan. 24
Lurline Feb. 7
Hilonian Feb. 8
Wilhelmina.. Feb. 14
Enterprise.... Feb. 17
Honolulan ... Feb. 21
Hyades Feb. 29
urline Mar. 6
Wilhelmina.. Mar. 13
Honolulan... Mar. 20
Hilonian ... Mar. 21
Enterprise... Mar. 23
Lurline Apr. 3
Wilhelmina.. Apr. 10
Hyades Apr. 11
Honolulan... Apr. 17
Enterprise... Apr. 27
Lurline May I
Hilonian.... May 2
Honolulan ... May iS
Hyades ...... May 23
Lurline - May 29
Enterprise... June I
Wilhelmina. June 5
Honolulan... June 12
Hilonian ... June 13
Lurline June 26
Freight Steamers only. , Combustibles and Explosives Carried.
The S. S. HILONIAN and S. S. HYADES leave outside Ports on
dates above given. For sailing dates from HONOLULU apply to
Subject to Change
HONOLULU, Mar. 26 Kuhio leaves for Washington on the
Wilhelmina. He is going to help defeat the new tariff bill. He asks
the voters to boost for his reelection.
A young Hawaiian girl visited the Jane L. Stanford in a launch
and her friends are now searching for her. The vessel has gone.
SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. 26 The steamer Enterprise is being
towed by the Lurline. The former suffered a broken shaft when 370
miles from San Francisco.
NEW YORK, Mar. 26. The court is now considering a motion
to dismiss the sugar men. They will probably go free.
uuinuluijU, Mar. 2b. Fourteen men charged with murder on
Kauai, have been acquitted. No evidence.
HONOLULU, Mar. 23. The tax assessments have been raised
Hawaii is the greatest with $7,222,000, Maui $5,000,000 and Kauai
Kuhio has not given the matter of his return to Washington
much consideration. He does not know when he will go.
Waldron is willing to bet his bank account that the Commercia
building will be built before the Federal.
A burnt match has put McDuffie on the trail of the Abrams bur
glar. He proves to be a former cook.
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Leave PUCEBT SOUND Hawnllon Islands
8. F. Arrive Leave Arrive Leave
Jan. 21 Jan. 27
Feb. 11 Feb. 17
Mar. 3 Mar. 9
Mar. 24 Mir. 30
Apr. 14 Apr. 20
May 5 May 1 1
May 26 June I
Apr. 1 7
PORTS OF CALL.
S. Wilhelmina. ..From San Francisco
to Honolulu, to Hilo, to Honolulu and
thence to San Francisco.
S. S. I,urline...From San Francisco to
Honolulu, to Kahului, to . Honolulu
and thence to San Francisco.
S. Honolulan. ..From San Francisco to
Honolulu, to Kahului, to Honolulu
and thence to San Francisco.
S. S. Hilonian. ..From San Francisco t
Fuget Sound, to Honolulu, to Island
. Ports thence to San Francisco.
S. S. Hyades.. .From San Francisco 'to
Puget Souud, to Honolulu, to Island
Ports thence to San Francisco.
S. S-Enterprise. ..From Sau Francisco to
Hilo and Return.
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