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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912.
THE FiRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU.
Statement of Condition.
Wailuku, Maui,, T. H., Sept. 30th. 1911.
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts f 186,130 47
United States Bonds 25,000 00
Other Bonds 72,726 25
Real Estate Wwned 1,160 85
Cash & Due from Banks 87,743 83
Banking House, Furniture, etc. 6,838 00
Five Per cent. Fund 1,250 00
Surplus & Profits
Due to Other Banks
B & O B
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier. 4
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, )
County of Maui, "
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the a!xve named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, VCashier.
Cup Bars, Rib Metal, Hy, Rib, Lath,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
We are now receiving our first 1912 Indians and they
have proved to be the most perfect Motorcycle ever put up.
Over 8000 Indians have been sold and delivered by the
factory in the first four months of the year and still we find it
hard to get our orders filled, especially the 2 speed models.
Write US for a 1912 catalogue and get full information.
A large and complete stock of spare parts carried in stock.
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Amounting to Five Dollars
and accompanied with cash
will be delivered to any port
on Maui free.
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I BUYS AND SELLS- RE A) ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTGAGES
I A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
S CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
g HONOLULU, HAWAII
P. O. Box 346 5
Roosevelt Wins New Jersey.
NEWARK, May 2!). Roosevelt wins New Jersey. Taftgets only
one delegate, and La Foilette gets none. Wilson sweeps the State in
the democratic primaries.
HOUSTON, Texas, May 29. The solid democratic delegation is
FORT WORTH, May 29. The republican delegation is split
Taft and Roosevelt factions holding separate conventions.
HiVANA, May 29. The insurgents have slipped through the
net set for them by the federals. . .
SANTIAGO, May 29. The insurgents have burned 8000 tons of
cane belonging to the American Refining Company.
WASHINGTON, May 29. The -committee investigating the
Titanic disaster report that the California was 19 miles away, saw the
signals of distress and ignored tliem. The captain of the California is
severely denounced. i
No Intervention in Cuba.
- JERSEY CITY, May 28. Taft has wired President Gomez - that
the United States will not intervene. The sending of marines is
not an act of intervention.
HAVANA, May 28. President Gomez has declared his troops
have crushed the rebellion.
NEWARK, May 28. Both candidates closed their campaign last
night. The big fight will be on at the primaries today. Taft pledges
himself not to run again if elected.
JEFFERSON CITY, May 28 Gov. Hadley will accept the per
manent chairmanship of the convention. Roosevelt delegates aie in
SAN DIEGO, May 28. Attorney-General Webb has told the
police that he will call out the militia if necessary to enforce the law.
Rapid Fire Campaign.
" NEWARK,. May 27. Roosevelt is making a whirlwind campaign
in this state, in a speech last night, he declared Taft s managers
proposed to nominate him regardless of the results in the primaries.
He declared his friends were on the watch . to put a check on any
WASHINGTON, May 27. Fifteen thousand troops, and 2000
marines are ready to sail for Cuba at a moment's notice. The gov
ernment is watching Cuba with fear. Rush orders have been issued
to four battleships and they have hurried south, it is believed to Key
GUARDALJURA, May 27. A violent earthquake occurred -here
yesterday. A panic followed.
SAN DIEGO, May 27. Bert Lewis, once secretary to Tolliver the
inventor of flying machines, entered his late employer's house and
shot and stabbed him to death. Afterwards he killed Mrs. Tolliver.
CHICAGO, May 27. Ty Cobb has been reinstated and fined $50.
Fight Grows Hotter.
NEW YORK, May 25. The fight for delegates' grows hotter.
Ohio returns give Roosevelt 32 out of 40 delegates. At a public meet
ing, Taft said it would be unwise to elect a man as president who
possessed a striking personality, and at the same time was impatient
at all legal restraint, and who possessed unsound views on the constitution.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 25. Advices from Manila to local firms
predict a decrease of 20 per cent in the Philippine sugar crop.
EL PASO, May 25 The rebels are completely demoralized.
HONOLULU, May 27. The yacht Hawaii has arrived at San
Pedro, 19 days from Honolulu.
Abe Louisson has announced his candidacy for the delegateship.
Libby, McNeil & Libby, has taken over Sam Wood's property as
an extension of their pineapple holdings.
MATSON NAVIGATION CO,
FREIGHT AMD PASSENGER SERVICE
SAN FRANCISCO -:- PUGET SOUND
May 1 5
May 5 May 11
May 26 June I
June 16 June 33
July 8 July 13
July 38 Aug. 3
Aug. 18 Aug. 34
Sept. 8 Sept. 4
Sept. 29 Oct. 5
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. WILHELMINA... To Honolulu and Hilo.
S. S. LURLINE. To Honolulu and Kahului.
S. S. HONOLULAN . . . .' To Honolulu and Kahului.
S. S. ENTERPRISE To Hilo.
S. S. HYADES ) rr , , , .. T, ,
S. S. HILONIAN To H0,ulu a(1 all Hawaiian Ports.
Indicates that steamer carries freight and combustibles only (no
Subject to Change
HONOLULU, May 29 The Board of Education raps Pope for
his attitude in the school question. Copeland got all but Pope's vote
for reappointment. King has been relegated to the ranks and is suc
ceeded by Davis.
Captain Berger leaves today for the fatherland, with a message to
HONOLULU, May 28. The Commissioners meeting was not the
success that was expected by the supervising principals. Mrs. Wilcox
fought for Pope, and Miss Paris fainted from the heat and nervous
The governor left instructions to tabulate the homestead problem.
The job is not appreciated here .
The Alice Mcintosh memorial tower will be dedicated Sunday at
HONOLULU; May 25. It was reported at a special meeting of
the Merchants Association, that the T. K. K. South American steam
era would go to Hilo instead of Honolulu, because of the excessive
port charges here.
The Supreme Court has decided that the Rapid Transit must
pave the streets between the tracks with the same style paving as the
D. W. Burchard formerly of Wailuku, died suddenly in the Feder
al courd' at Oakland yesterday.
A Home for the Feet not a Prison.
Has room for all five toes to lie perfectly in
their natural positions. . : :
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Your Grocer Sells It