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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1913.
Itl.ukct Strwt, San Trancisco, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGERS
SAN FRANCISCO -:- PUGET SOUND
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS 11913
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HONOLULU, .Inn. Willi.mi K. Unili'.y of Wuiluku I it il on
Il.niauaki Krugi-r 1i.m-: Iiimmi won oir liy Alkinson.
It liiif Ikm'H (lisi-ovi'it il that a Hawaiian hoy, cha rcil with inccct,
is niitrrii'd to his tasttM'. 'I he youth is undiM' arrest.
IIO.XOH'I.U, Jan. 2. Haiku uti.l I'aia iiave cut dividends.
. (1. iV S. (. and Kahuku will eliminate extra ones.
The raining Uuhlier Co. is expected to start paying dividends
Stra wherry, owned hv Kawamoto, won the first race yesterday.
Alhloiie was seeond. The second race went to Sonu 11a, Naniwa won
the race for gentlemen riders. Indian liny won the fourth event,
Dora 1). and (iypsy did not start. The half mile went to Doni 1
The pacing event Went to Hihervo (Mel'hee) i 11 t hree si might.
heats. Harold I. was second.
Merlingo won the one milti handieap. Slrawherry was again
victorious in 74 mile handicap. the mile Hawaiian I red was
won hv Harvester.
Sonoma won the i mile free for nil. The auM race was won hy
the "American'' car with the "I'cerless second.
HONOLULU, cc. ?. U. U Kigin died yesterday following an
operation for appendicitis.
Supervisor MeClcllan refers to Superintendent Hishop as a puppet
in hands of sonu; unknown person, and adds that the new hoard, when
jn power, will seem like a dynamite charge.
Mayor Fern vetoed the plumbing hill. He says lie will not reap
point Fire Chief Thurston. He also states that he will defy the mer
chants who petition for Thurston's reappointment.
Treasurer Conkling reports that theie is $3, 000,000 in the vaults.
Witnesses from the Coast are coming to testify in the Clark case.
Plainer Woods declares himself out for the position of Secretary
of the Territory.
HONOLULU, Dee. 30. Police Oflicer Miller may he proved
guilty of several serious olTense?. He is being investigated.
The Kona Tobacco Company may double its capital.
The Oahu Sugar Co. will issue bonds for !f2,f)00,000 to be used in
water development. The dividend will he reduced to locts. per share
Any surplus will be used hy the company for company improvements.
HONOLULU, Dec. 28. A woman at Waipahu accuses police
oflicer of rape and great cruelty. The police say the case is a frame up.
A Chinese was killed on the S. S. Korea. He is said to be the
victim of a Tong. The alleged murderer is in jail here.
Clark, the alleged bigamist, was arrested yesterday.
The Mauna Loa yesterday struck the Falls of Clyde and smashed
her jib boom.
ALBANY, Jan. 2. The governor lias come out with a statement
dealing with child labor. He declares that safety appliances must be
installed in all factories.
NEW YORK, Jan. 2. J. li. Kcene died here yesterday.
LITTLE ROCK, Jan. 2. Senator Bayliss died today. He was
visiting this town.
TRENTON, Jan. 1. President Elect Wilson and Representative
Underwood had a conference today. It is agreed that a special sessio'u
will be called and that the tariff will lilrevi.ed in every schedule.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU.
Ktoteine-nt of Condition
Wailiiku, Maui, T. II., Ann. .list. 1912.
l.M.ins, liscoiiutA, .Overdrafts f 2H,S6,5 115 , Capital Stock
Surplus it I'rulits
Due In Oilier Hanks
t'nitcd States Hunds 25. urn on
( ll'ier Il.in. Is 7,5, m.S 41
Rial I'siHtt- Owned t.mi 22
Cash Due from Hanks 95. 01 hi 26
ItaiiMni; ll'iuse, l'urniliire, etc. cj.nnn no
' ivi- !Vr cent. Fund 1,250 mi
$ 35,000 00
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Ti;RRlTokY OK HAWAII. ( ss
I-land .and County of Maui, S
I. C. I). laifkin. Cashier of tlic l'irst National Hank of W.iihiku, do solemnly
sua nr that tile ilmve statement is true ami correct to lite liesl of my knowledge
C. D. lA I'KIN. Cashier.
Snl.serilied mid sworn to tiefore me this 4U1 dav of Septemlier, A. D. 1912.
J AS. N. K. ki;o:,a.
Nolarv I'lililie, Second Judicial Circuit,
Ti rritorv ol Hawaii.
Uime iJabte-'Uictliiitui Siailroad Co.
The following schedule will ir into effect July 1st, 1!H1
Tliis train from l'uuneiie connects witli trains leaving Kidmlui for Wailuku at
45 I'. M.
SCoHulLii Railroad Co.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD.:
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD., Line of Sailing Vessels between
San Francisco and Hawaiian Ports;
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP CO.
LOS ANiiELES, Jan. 1.
WASHINGTON, Dee. o0.
Some are still held for the Los
Lorr n K. Smith
We iiicct. i'.ll steamers.
Furniture, Piano Moving, ; i (
Aiid Trtiidc f'uicU 1 'eliveiy '1 Id I l'lione 2 It'i I.
Hawaiian Express Co.
Nuuanu and Queen Sts.
1 $4.00 shoe
A Home for the Fed nut ;i Prison.
Has room fur all live toi to lie perfectly in
their natural positions. . : :
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
lllal !'(.) P.T S'l'liKKT,
McCarty beat Palzar in 18 rounds
The South Dakota won the gunning
championship of the Pacific.
INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 30. The men foundguilty of conspiracy,
in the dynamite cases, were sentenced today. Ryan got seven years
The rest all got long sentence
Angeles Times murder charges.
TRENTON. Dee. 30 President-Elect Wilson savs that business
iien could not expect to go on making money and giving nothing .n
WASHINGTON, Dec. 30. It is not believed that Wilson will
iisturb conditions in the possessions of the United States until lie has
made a study of the question.
BELVtCDERE, Dec. 30.-Frank Rockefeller said today that Wil-
liam is 500 times richer than John, but that he is the most lonesotiii
man in the world and has not a single friend.
NEW YORK, Dec. 30. Sir Thomas Lipton will put up a gold
cup for the yacht race. ' He will try to revive the racing of fifty years
NEW YORK, Dec. 30. Premier Asipiith of Englond has arrived
on a visit to Ambassador Bryce and Mrs. liryce.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 30. China is opening u,j big nianufac
tories and ull ninds of articles are being made at Loochan.
NEW YORK, Dec. 28. Police Commissioner Waldo defies investi.
gation and says no one can make him disclose records of department
NEW YORK, Dec. 28. Standard Oil shares jumped 105 points
TRENTON, Dec. 2S. President-Elect Wilson says lie is in favor
of Provisional Government for the Philippine Islands
LONDON, Jan. 2. The Turks and Greeks are still lighting. It
is expected that a final refusal will be given to peace proposals.
DELHI, Jan. 2. The Viceroy is in a had way. Another opera
lion will have to be performed.
SYDNEY, N. S. V.. Jan. 1. The Bank of N. S. Wales was en
tered by burglars yesterday and $150,000 was stolen.
MELLJOUKNE, Jan. 1. A general strike of sailors is threatened
LONDON, Dec. 31. Russia ha9 warned the Sublime Porte that
terms must be come to at once.
LONDON, Dec. 31. The Hamburg-American Steamship Co. in
tends to enter the Pacitic trade.
LONDON, Dec. 30. There is danger of war between Rusb'ki and
Japan. The Mongolian matter is causing friction
LONDON, Dec. 30. The steamer "Dolmer" has been wrecked
The captain ond one sailor were picked up in the English Channel
They were nearly dead from exposure.
HAVRE, Dec. 28 Villages along the coast have been wiped out
by terrific gales. The English coast has also suffered.
LONDON, Dec. 28. The Greeks and the Turks have been fight
ing for five days. Seven hundred men were killed.
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Amounting to Five Dolliirs
and accompanied with cash
will be delivered to any port
on 'Maui free.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Importers & Dealers I
WHOLESALE a.nd RETAIL
GASOLINE and DISTILLATE IN DRUMS
Teluphouu U tl Wailuku, Maul. T. II. po llox 83
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.,
General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines,
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.