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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1912.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WA1LUKU.
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.
Loan, Discounts, Overdrafts f 1 10,865 05
United States Bonds 25,000 00
Other Bonds 75.195 91'
Real Estate Owned t.ioi 22
Cash & Due from Banks 95.000 26
Banking House, Furniture, etc. 5,000 00
.Five Per cent. Fund 1. 250 00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Aug. 31st, 1912.
Capital Stock $ 35, 000 00
Surplus & Trofits 4.9'4 87
Due to Other Hauks 5.259 99
Circulation 24,997 50
Dividend Unpaid 15 00
Deposits 306,225 08
Island and County of Maui
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the First National Batik of Wailuku, do solemnly
wear that the aliove statement is true and correct to the best of my knowledge
C. D. LUFKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of September, A. D. 191 2.
JAS. N. K. KEOI,A,
Notary Public, Second Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
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General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines,
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.
his figure for
the picture on the
ENORMOUS COAL WASTE.
The United States Bimau of
Mines has found that out of 750,
000,000 tons of coal mined annually
there is a sheer waste of 250,000,000
tons in production alone. Of the
remaining 500,000,000 tons which
reach the consumer there ia only a
small percentage which is turned
into actual energy. The average
waste last year, according to recent
Government figures, nmounted to
89 per cent., much of it due to in
efficient methods of burning which
can lie corrected. Natural gas equal
in quantity to the total output of
artificial gas manufactureed in the
entire country is absolutely wasted
by being turned loose into the air.
Boiler scale alone causes a loss of
150,000,000 tons a year, and coke
manufacture a waste of some $40,
GETTING ALL OP THE LOU.
Economical Germans are now go
ing one better than the Western pack
ers who use every part of a pig but
its squeal. They are utilizing every
scrap of a log, and pine logs are
cheaper than live hoes. The fibre
and pulp are used to make cloth,
yarn, artificial silk, bristles, carpet,
twine, canvas and paper. The saw
dust which falls from the cutter is
gathered and turned, into parquet
flooring. But even the wonderful
Germans have been unable to find
any use as yet for the rasp of the
saw as it cuts through the log.
TIPPING THB CASHIER.
Help I The Society for the Aboli
tion of Tipping please notice.
A man got up from the barber's
chair in a down town shop, walked
up to the cashier's desk, paid his
check and then tipped the cashier,
and she wasn't a pretty girl, either.
Students of world politics who are
given to speculating on the chances
of Germany and France meeting
again on the field of battle may find
new fruit from their warlike
thoughts in the spectacle presented
by the Bulgarian army and its allies
in the present war, as against the
Turkish army. The Balkan troops
were trained by French officers ; the
Turks by Germans.
SENATOR CLARK'8 BUYING.
The allusion to William A. Clark's
being a "blase buyer" of pictures in
the lawsuit now being tried in Lon
don over Clark's purchase of the Sir
George Donaldson collection of old
masters doesn't fit the role the
former Senator from Montana plays
in New York at picture sales at all.
He is just as keen at what he is
about as is the auctioneer at these
functions, knows what he wants
and never is lured by excitement of
the moment into paying more than
Jime &ableUaluilui Slailroad Co.
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1911
OPBRA AND AUCTION.
, Of just how methodical Senator
Clark is Tip had a striking illustra
tion one night when he saw the
former Senator leave his box in the
Metropolitan Opera House, walk
across Broadway to Mendelssohn
Hall, drop into an aisle seat that
had been reserved for him just as
the first picture he wanted was
placed on the easel. He bought
that one and the one that was put
up next for $28,000, and then put
on his antique silk hat and walked
in a leisurely way back to the Opera
House. No blase buyer about that.
It's a siid little time they've been
having in Brussels about the lace,
Brussels lace. The people who know
how to make it are dying off. The
new generation won't spend its time
on labor that's so poorly paid.
Neither does it enjoy working under
ground, a condition necessary to the
making of the cobwebbiest of the
cobwebby patterns. So Queen Eli
zabeth And Queen Wilhelmina and
Mme. Fallieres of France have put
their heads together and are trying
to do things for this ancient and
honorable art. To raise the remu
neration and alter the conditions of
work. Machine-made lace has not
affected the sale of real lace at all.
It has suffered solely from internal
conditions, which, having at last
been comprehended, will be chang
ed. Occasionally a queen does some
thing that's very much worth while.
Some one just starting around
the world said he was going to Mount
Sinai. He'd only recently discover
ed that Mount Sinai was a real
mountain. He'd always thought it
was a symbol or an allegory or
something else that didn't mean
much, anything but a mountain.
So he's interested now to nee it. I
told him that was the way I'd
always felt about the Wild Man of
Borneo'' who's just come to town.
Would he please stop at Borneo and
let me know about the wild man.
We'll have a cable some day on the
subject and I'll put it in the paper.
A clerk in a dry goods store was
writing down my purchase in her
book and fixing up a transfer. She
got mixed and did it wrong and had
it to call the head of the department
and was generally peeved at herself.
She said she'd just come from an
other shop where the system was
quite different. It eems there's
a different system in nearly every
different dry goods store. No won
der my girl got mixed upl I've
often thought that I for one would
never have enough arithmetic to he
a clerk. "It isn't easy, is it?" said
I. "Not as easy as the women
think when they get mad and jaw
us," said the clerk.
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