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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1912
THE F RST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKD.
Statement of Condition.
WailuVn, Maui,, T. H., Sept. 30th. 1911.
Loans, Discounts, Overdraft $186,130 47
United States Bonds 25,000 00
Other Bonds 72,72s 25
Real Estate Wwned . 1,16085
Cash & Due from Banks 87,743 83
Banking House, Furniture, etc. 6,833 00
Five Per cent. Fund 1,250 00
$ 380, 849 40
Surplus & Profits
Due to Other Banks
$ 35,000 00
E. & 0. E.
CD. LUFKIN, Cashier.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, ) .
County of Maui, JBS
1 I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the
nuuve suiLemeiii is true tu me uei ui my Knowledge and nenef..
C. D. LUFKIN, .Cashier. -gg
Cup Bars, Rib Metal, Hy, Rib, Lath,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
E. O. HALL & SON LTD.
Agents for the celebrated
INDIAN MOTORCYCLE "
The 1911 INDIAN with its free engine and clutch is the most
up-to-date motorcycle made and the greatest hill climber known.'
Send to us for Catalogue and Prices.
E.0.HALL& SON, Ltd.
Amounting to Five Dollars
and accompanied with cash
will be delivered to any port
on Maui free.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
! THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd !
BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
SECURES INVESMENTS '
A List oi High Grade Securities mailed on application
S CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
r. 1 J. isiix .i-io
More About Disaster.
AMlIMi ION, April 23 Fourtli officer of Titanic who had
been in charge of one of the loats stated yesterday that when the ice
berg Aviis Ktruck a vessel was seen five miles away but paid no atten
tion to distress signals. Ismay's wireless message to the steamer
eunc, asKing that vessel to come alongside and take off the crew and
themselves so they might avoid investigation, was read; Ismay had
previously denied having sent such a message. Vice-rresident Frank
lin of the International Mercantile Marine testified to his having sup.
pressed, the real facts in the case of the disaster so as to avoid alarm-
nig the nation. lie denied that an effort had been made to isolate the
crew to prevent being drawn into investigation.
LONDON, April 23. Titanic disctster will be probed here.
CHICAGO, April 23 Death list of tornado 72 killed, 25'J injured
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., April 23. Two tornadoes movinjj in od
posite directions reported to have met at Bush, Ala. Killed 18,
wounded many. '
w Asniftd kin, April benate committee approved Cum-
mings Bill providing for appeal in the tobacco trust case:
NEW YORK, April 23. Justice Knapp and Commissioner of
Labor Neill have offered their services as arbitrators in the coming
NEW ORLEANS, April 23. One hundred flood refugees gathered
m government camps here.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 23 La Follette will open campaign in
Ualitornia at Fresno.
W ACUTVn'Pnv A..:l 00 in -1 it
nuuinuiu, 40, vampueii 01 jvansas inaue a severe
attack on Roosevelt in the House today.
OKILJUNSBORO, N. C, April 23. In an address last nieht
Roosevelt declared that if nominated he would break through the wall
01 the solid teouth.
LOS ANGELES, April 23. Commander of torpedo flotilla report
ed to have been ordered to proceed at once with all haste to west coast
WASHINGTON, April 22. The Senate has. agreed to aulhori
the appropriation of one million dollars to equip all naval vessels with
wireless , .
LONDON, April 21 Relief fund of $4,000 being: raised for Titan-
NEW YORK, April 22. In an indignant statement Ismay denies
any responsibility for running of Titanic. Says it is 'rue the vessel
was trying to make of record but that chances were no greater than
. j i . 1 .
ub-uujcu uuuer oiuinary circumstances.. Ulaime he left the steamer
supposing all of the 1500 passengers had been provided for; that the
boat he got into was only partly filled and that he did not know there
were others left behind until he saw the lights aboard and people on
deck, but it was too late for him to return' The McKay Bennett picked
up the bodies of 64, some so badly disfigured as to be unrecognizable.
JACKSON, Miss., April 21. Two hundred dead as result oi flood.
WASHINGTON, April 21. House has passed the publicity bill
which requires political candidates to make public funds donated in
OMAHA, Neb. April 22. Roosevelt strong in this state. Pri
maries overwhelmingly in his favor.
PORTLAND, Ore., April 21 Roosevelt first and La Follette
second in Multnomah primary.
GALVESTON, Ap"ril 22. Steamer Alhad and steamer Denver
crashed into each other in a dense fog yesterday. No loss of life.
Roosevelt Makes Gain.
PORTLAND, April 20. Wilson has a majority over Clark in this
State, and Roosevelt has a big lead over both Taft and La' Follette.
OMAHA, Neb., April 20. Roosevelt has a big lead in this State.
Clark leads Wilson. ,
WASHINGTON, April 20. Kuhio and Ballou epoke against free
NEW YORK, April 20. Ismay, chairman of directors of the
White Star Line is being scored for his actions in connection with the
sinking of the Tita nic. Some of the saved females complain that
their husbands were kept away from partly filled boats at the point of
revolvers in the hands of officers.
MATSON NAVIGATION CO
1 Q1 0 CASTLE 6 C00KE umm Agents- honolulu i ni f
FREIGHTAND PASSENGER SERVICE
San Francisco Puget Sound Hawaiian Island
PUCEET SOUND llnwnllnn lolnnda Arriv.
Arrive Lilivo Arrive Leave . F.
Lurline Jan. 10
Enterprise Jan. 13
Wilhelmina... Jan. 17
Hyade9 Jan. 18
llonolulan.... Jan. 24
Lurline Feb. 7
Hilonian Feb. 8
Wilhelmina.. Feb. 14
Enterprise.... Feb. 17
llonolulan.., Feb. 21
Hyades Feb. 29
Lurline Mar. 6
Wilhelmina.. Mar. it
llonolulan... Mar. 20
Hiloninti ... Mar. 21
Enterprise... Mar. 23
Lurline Apr. j
Wilhelmina.. Apr. 10
Hyades Apr. 11
Honolulan... Apr. 17
Enterprise... Apr. 27
Lurline May 1
"Hiloninn.... May 2
Wilhelmina.. May 8
llonolulan ... May 15
MIyades May 23
Lurline May 29
Enterprise... June I
Wilhelmina. June 5
- Jan. 17
Jan. 21 Jan. 27 Feb. 6
-. Jan. 30
Feb. 11 Feb. 17 Feb. 26
..... Feb. 25
- Feb. 27
Mar. 3 Mar. 9 Mar. 19
- Mar. 13
- - Mar. 19
Mar. 24 Mir. 30 Apr. 8
- - Mar. 31
- Apr. 10
- Apr. 16
Apr. 14 Apr. 20 Apr.' 3o
- May 5
- May 8
Mays May n May 20
- May 14
May 26 June I June It
- - Jne 5
Jan. 23 Jan. 31
Jan. 31 Feb. 10
Jan. 31 Feb. 6
Honolulan... June 12 .. Julie 18
Hiloniau ... June 13 Tune us uue 22 lulv 1
. July 3
Lurline June 26
Apr. 1 7
Mp 1 I
Mar. 5 '
May 18 -,
. S. Wilhelmina.. .Fromi San Francisco
to Honolulu, to Hilo, to Honolulu and
thence to San Francisco.
. S. Lurline.. .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 Franciseo.
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. Hilonian...Frotn San Francisco to
Puget Sound, to Honolulu, to Island '
Ports thence to San Francisco.
S. S. Hyades...From San Francisco to $
Puget Sound, to Honolulu, to Island "
Ports thence to San Francisco.
S. S. Enterprise. ..From San Francisco to
Hilo and Return. '
Freight Steamers only. Combustibles and Explosives Carried. .
The S. S. HILONIAN and S. S. HYADES leave outside Ports on
dates above given. For sailinar dates from HONDT.ITT.TT
Subject to Change
A Home for the Feet not a Prison.
-Has room for all five toes to lie perfectly in
their natural positions. . : . :.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET, :-
HONOLULU, April 23. -Work on drydock will be resumed at
once with full force of men.
Mark Robinson will sell valuable library to New York woman for
HONOLULU, April 22. Through an error an educational clause
was left in Dillingham immigration bill. Hawaii will be affected.
Increased assessment on Bishop Estate lands will put 200 acres
Ben Gallagher, a noted horse breaker, badly injured yesterday in
HONOLULU, April 20. It Is believed that Percy White, a Puna
hou student, and hi father, who is a brother of Mrs. J. B. Castle were
passengers on the Titanic.
Mrs. J. B'Atherton has given a permanent endowment to Leahi
home, enabling the trustees to build an additional ward.
The license comniisBiont rs are considering refusing licences to all
persons who cannot speak English, '
Reports show that ammunition and empty gin bottles were found
on Palmyra island by the oflicers of the West Virginia.
IT IS THE BEST
Your Grocer Sells It
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