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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1912.
THE FiRSr NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU.
Statement of Condition.
Wailuku, Maui,, T. II., Sept. 30th, I911.
Ivoans, discounts, Overdrafts f 186, 130 47
United States Bonds 25,000 00
Other Bonds 72i26 5
Real Estate Wwned 1,16085
Cash & Due from Ranks 87.743 83
Banking House, Furniture, etc. -6,83800
Five Percent. Fund 1,25000
Surplus & Profits
Due to Other Bnnks
J 35,000 00
1 380,849 40
E. & O. E.
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, i
County of Maui, 88
I, C. D. Lulkin, Cashier of the atove named bank, do solemnly swear that the
alxjve statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, .Cashier.
Cup BTift, 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.
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i HONOLULU, HAWAII
CHICAGO, June 25. Gov. Johnson has amiointed a committpe
of Is to organize third party.
NEW YORK, June 25 Gen. Witherspoon has been armointed to
WASHINGTON. June 25. Hamilton, aviation teacher, killed bv
a iau ironi me macmne.
BALTIMORE, June 25. Bryan the dominating ficure of the
Democratic party in the convention here. There will be a desneiate
a i a . 1 - i . - ? 1
iigiu over me cnairmansnip.
WASHINGTON. June 25. Gompero. Mitchell and Morrison to.
day lentenced to jail terms for contempt.
CHICAGO, June 25. Milks will probably head the National
Committee this campaign.
BUFFALO, June 25. Sixteen bodies recovered, 32 are dead.
QUEBEC, June 25 One thnumind persons are homeless thiouch
fire in small town near here.
PORTLAND, June 25. Captain of police and four city detectives
were arrested for bribery.
HASTINGS ON THE HUDSON. June 25. Seven neonle shot
during riot with strikers.
CHICAGO, June 24. The citv is still excited. Interest centers
in Roosevelt and the new party. Gov. Johnson of California appoint
ed to select committee who will confer with Roosevelt and lay plans
tor the actual launching of the new party, liov. lladley leaving
without making declaration causes much speculation. Former Secre
tary Garfield says the new party is not a flash in a pan.
BALTIMORE, June 24. The city is decked with banners for the
convention. The chief difheulty is the selection of the chairman. The
committee decides upon Parker in direct opposition to the Bryan
party who want a more progressive man. -
LOS ANGELES, June 24. Fredericks charges Darrow with using
hypnotism on some of the state's witnesses. Lawyers as well as wit
nesses on both sides laugh at the charge.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 24. Hundreds of delegates to the feder
ation of women's clubs are assembled here.
CHICAGO, June 22. Now believed Taft will be nominated on the
first ballot. Itoosevelt will not permit a bolt at this time. A hot
tight expected today on platform and rules committee report. It is
predicted that Roosevelt's adherents will hold another convention
later in the summer, and nominate him. There will be no suffrage
plank in the Taft platform. The Tafters have demonstated majorities
11 nearly all votes. On the California contest Rice voted against his
DURANT, Okl , June 22. Scores of people are searching for the
bandits who looted a bank and were afterwards wounded by a posse.
WHITE PLAINS, June 22-Mr. Chryetie says Harry Thaw is
SAN FRANCISCO.June 22. The Mongolia is swarmed with cus
toms officers looking for opium. $10,000 worth reported to be on
board. 210 tins found bo far.
WASHINGTON, June 22. The House Committee has reported
unanimously to impeach Judge Archibald of the Commerce Court for
accepting favors from railroads.
CHICAGO, June 22. The convention: split over the Taft plat
form. 344 delegates refused to vote. The platform was then tied by
vote of 666 to 53. The first ballot gave Taft the nomination by a
majority over all of 44. The vote stood Taft 561. Roosevelt 106, La
toilette 41, Cummins 17, Hughes 2, Absent 7, Present but not voting
Roosevelt backers met later in Orchestra Hall and formed a Pro
gressive rarty with motto Ihou tehalt not oteal. ' Roosevelt was
nominated and accepted conditional upon later action. Sherman will
be the running mate of Taft. Ohio gave Taft 14 delegates, not voting
34. The platform is a Taft document leaning towards protection of
BUFFALO, June 22. With a collapse of a dock in the Niagara
river yesterday, more than 250 persons were thrown into the river; 20
CHICAGO, June 21. Talk of democratic coalition with Roose
velt supporters not admitted by Roosevelt, but is common talk. If it
id demonstrated six weeks hence that there is sufficient support, an
other party may be formed.
P. O. Box 346 m
HONOLULU, June 26. Mahuka award $71,679.88. Austin eB
tate getting over $46,000 and Cummins Estate $8,560.
Yachts expected off port Saturday.
Shingle being boomed for Cupid's place if the delegate quiU
Civic Federation has secured an option from the Kapiolam Estate
ou uncut trees in Punchbowl ciater.
Liquor licenses will be granted hotels and restaurants with greater
restrictions as to hours.
HONOLULU, June 25. Pay of Army Officers held up for want
of funds. Investigators of the social evil in Hawaii are preparing a
great demonstration. Expected federal grand jury to take a hand.
Big project to turn over the Volcano Hotel and other Lycurgus
interests declared off.
Jury returned sealed verdict in Mahuka site case last night.
Special privileges for restaurants and the Grill may be refused.
Local factions of the republican party are ready to shake hands
Detective Kellett arrested a Filipino believed to have been the
party who assaulted a little girl. He was identified by the child.
HONOLULU, June 24. Breckons says Taft is certain of election
but seems much trouble (.head. Kuliio is not confident, and McCand
less is jubilant.
A cable from Gov. Frear -yesterday is to the effect that the bond
issue has been approved by Taft.
HONOLULU, June 22. Anti-Saloon Leaguers grilled by Peters
in meeting of License Board yesterday. Signatures of petitioners ob
tained through mis-statement of facts.
News from Washington by mail that Frear saw Taft, and is well
satisfied with prospects of reappointment. Nothing definite until
The necessary funds have been raised for vocational school.
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N0.2I HAWAIIAN ISLANDS 1912
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