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TIIE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1912.
THE FiRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU.
Statement of Condition.
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 1,25000
Waiiukn, Maui,, T. II., Sept. 30th, 1911.
Surplus & Profits
Due to Other Banks
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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.
CD. LUFKIN, .Cashier.
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t CHICAGO, June 18. It is difficult to forocnst the result of the
convention, laft disavows the acts of the committee regarding con-
tested delegates. Both camps urge moderation. Roosevelt advices
that the fight be made along parliamentary lines. He promises to
bring the fight to a focus the minute the convention opens.
CHICAGO, June ID. Nothing positive has been done by the
delegates assembled. At the end of the firBt day, Taft's position
seemed to be stronger. Root elected temporary chairman by 558
votes. The prospect of a bolt by the Roosevelt forces fading. The
feeling exhibited is extremely bitter. There is little cheering and a
deathlike silence at times shows the great stress under which the
delegates are laboring. The election of Root does not mean that the
fight is over. Roosevelt leaders assert they have not yet begun to
fight, and that today's vote will be different. Dixon is absolutely un
concerned over the election of Root. Barnes and McKinley assert tl
vote shows Taft to have control of the situation in spite of these state
ments. Other Taft leaders admit the fight is still too close for comfort.
CHICAGO, June 18. The arrival of the California delegation at
the convention hall Was the signal for a big demonstration.
Hadley moved the admission of the Roosevelt roll of delegates.
Watson raised u point of order and was sustained. Hadley appealed
from the ruling of the chair, and both were declared out of order,
WASHINGTON, June 18. The Hawaii bond issue has been ap
WASHINGTON, June 18. On account of the canning of Gen.
Wood, Taft has vetoed the army bill.
BALTIMORE, June 18. Gaynor of New York, and Foss of Mns-
sachusetts are being boomed for president by the democrats.
Roosevelt in Chicago.
CHICAGO, June 17. Roosevelt arrived Saturday, and inime.
diatelv took charge of headquarters. Ilia arrival was the scene of the
wildest enthusiasm by an immense crowd. The police had difficulty
in handling the crowd. The situation is tense, and a bolt is looked
for. Heney is prominent in the scrap.
Efforts have been made to stanpede the Hawaiian delegation
Both Atkinson and Carter, who favor Roosevelt say the instructions
are explicit, and the delegates should follow them.
A negro delegate from Louisiana declares he has been offered $1000
to turn his delegation over to Roosevelt. Dixon says this is a cam
Friends of Roosevelt say he will force the fight on the floor of the
convention. Taft delegates say Roosevelt's methods are revolutionary
in the extreme. .....
Roosevelt in Railway Accident.
ALBANY, N. Y., June 15. A train on which Roosevelt was trav
eling struck a boulder, and was. detained an hour. There were no
CHICAGO, June 15. The expected arrival of Roosevelt is the
sole topic of conversation. Some think he will defend his position,
and call upon his supporters to leave the building. Fourteen protests
by Roosevelt delegates have been decided against them.
THE NEEDLES, June 15. The Colorado river is running higl
It is cutting a new channel north of here into the Salton Sea.
PERTH, AMBOY June 15. One haa been killed and three
wounded in a riot when an attack was made on the American Sniel
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HONOLULU, Juna 19. Mayor Fern on the grill for being too
charitable with city money.
Three men on the Star staff and one on the Bulletin staff dropped
in the combination of the paper.
A dispatch from Holstein says Taft nomination sure.
Frear voted against Root for temporary chairman.
One thousand dollars sent from Hawaii for campaign fund.
HONOLULU, June 18. Lack of funds will curtail the' work of
J. F. Hackfeld has incorporated his personal estate for half a
million dollars. Rodiek, Klamp, Pfotenhauer, and Schultze are offi
cers of the corporation.
The Bostoniana closed their engagement last night with a packed
house. They received gifts from the queen and governor.
The first regiment National Guard has been ordered into camp in
Riley Allen has been appointed editor of the Bulletin.
HONOLULU, June 17. Holstein cables that Taft's nomination
is certain. Cupid is expected,
The J. A. C.e defeated the Asahis 8 to 7 yesterday in a thirteen
The leprosarium is . now in the hands of a democratic congress
Leaders of the Chinese women who beat the editor say they de
manded an apology and were refused.
HONOLULU, June 15. Chinese women suffragettes attacked
Ching Yau Hung and gave him a beating for commenting on them in
Colburn has given A. Long, his ward, $2500 rather than show his
books in court.
It is believed that the Fifth Cavahy will go to the mainland.
The Hawaii yacht race, with four entrants, will start from Sa
Several rightB of way deeds have been recorded by the Hilo railroad
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