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Tllli MAUI NI-WS, SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1914
C. H. COOKE, President. C. D. LtlFKIN, Cashier.
COMmM.l) STATliMI.NT W CONDITION
MARCH '.1st, li)M.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK auaiiua n a t i n n a i r a hj n THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF WAILUKU. NATIONAL BANK op pAA
Loans, liisecuints, Overdrafts.. .295,644 43
United Stall's llonds 41,250 ml
llonds, Securities, tic 91,261 86
Cash it I'ne from Hanks 128,861 1;,
Keal listate, I!;mk itijj Houses,
l'ixtiires 17,840 7;,
Five rcrceut Kedeniition
l'tind 2,062 50
Capital Slock f 85,00000
Surplus it Profits 56,827 oS
1'ue to Banks 703 92
Total Deposits 393, '4 '5
Territory of Hawaii, , ,
Islam! & County of Maui t ,S:-
I, C. D. Lufkin, Cashier of the above named tlircc Xalional Hanks,
do solemnly swear thai the above combined stateinenl is true and cor
rect, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. I). U'FKIX, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
this ord day of April, A. 1). 1014.
Y. 1'. CROCKETT, Notary 1'nblic. Second Judicial Circuit.
Yon must know that
"IN 'I'MON" THERE IS STRENGTH."
If you are a fuel user , you're sure that in
there is more strength and less waste during combustion than
other brands can claim.
SPECIFY "UNION" FUEL OILS
YOU CALL AT YOUR DEALER'S
Regal Shoes Mean Solid Comfort Plus Style 13
jf In Regal Shoes you not only secure the most popular styles,
j but also the utmost foot-comfort for Regal Shoes are made in
SOuarter sizes, and everyone can get exactly the size his (or her) 3
F foot requires. "
REGAL SHOE STORE, HONOLULU.
jE We gladly pay Parcel Post charges on all new 3
shoes ordered, and also, pay charges one way 3
on shoes sent to us for repairing and we 3
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Telegraph News of the Week
HONOLULU, May 0 The Star-IIulktin Inst night published n
reproduction of County warrants for checks drawn by Hawaii County
odicial?. One is without name as pavec or endorser, and one not
signed, hut all paid by First National Hank of Hilo. Originals sup- '
plied by Field with statement as to his work as auditor. ;
Jeff McCain applied a vile epithet to Claudius McBride after
court adjourned yesterday and McBride returned in kind. McCnm '.
struck McBride in the jaw, and McKride landed on district attorney's
eye. McCain then drew a 44-Calibre revolver and McBride clinched
in effort to disarm him. Both rolled to floor. The pistol was taken
away by bystanders, and McCarn arrested. Attorneys Humphreys,
Asliford and Magoon claim district magistrate has no jurisdiction ns
assault took place in Federal Building. Will be heard today.
Attorney General Stainback has amniended his report on the Mc
Cam disbarment proceedings so as to take sting out of one paragraph
Customs Collector E. 11. Stackable has been asked by cable for hit
resignation. Successor believed to be from mainland. Name not given.
The Matson Steamship Company may extend its service to take
in San I'edro. Many advantages of new line are pointed out.
Big time at Sehofield Barracks today. Army's county fair.
Stores are closed and a big crowd will attend.
Big banquet held by Y. M. C. A. last night a success.
Two women in auto on I'unchbowl, yesterday, netted driver to stop
and gather flower.-. Machine backed down bill. Women jumped be
fore it went over 200-foot cliff.
PERTH, May 6. West Australia decided yesterday to make ex
hibit at Panama-Pacific exposition.
TOBBKON, Mux., May 5. Fifteen hundred troops marched in
review before Villa today aril demanded leader to proceed to City of
VERA CRUZ, May G. Thirteen Americans are reported to be
under arrest at Metlaloyuca, where fighting continues.
CHIHUAHUA, May 0. Four constitutionalist generals have re
fused to unite with the forces against the United States.
DURAZZO, Turkey, May G. Four hundred and fifty Mohamme
dans were crucified in a church here and then burned.
LONDON, May G. Huerta has told the London Mail correspond
ent that he has no thought of resigning.
England may exhibit at the Panama fair.
VERA CRUZ, May 4. A woman, said to have killed 8 Americans
by "sniping" them from a roof, was caught and will answer to a
charge of murder todav.
General Zapata has issued a proclamation that he will make an
attack on the City of Mexico today.
John Stillmann," American consular agent, is in jail, held 'by
General Maas, and is threatened with execution.
General Velasco has threatened to lead a revolt against Iluerta.
He is dissatisfied with the treatment he has received at hands of the
CITY OF MEXICO, May 4. American Representative Ryan has
been turned over to the Brazilian minister and ordered out of Mexico.
He will be sent to the United States as early as practicable.
VALPARAISO, May 4. Fire has destroyed a large part of the
business section of this city. Fifty dead as result.
NEW YORK, May G. Survivors of the British Columbian, which
burned at sea, have reached here. They were in boat which was
picked up by steamship Franconia. Search being made for second
boat which is still missing. ""
WASHINGTON, May G. The woman suffrage and prohibition
bills have been referred back to committees.
WASHINGTON, May 6. Mexican constitutionalists here deny
report that Otto Mttller, German, had been killed by Yaqui Indians.
Mediators on Mexican situation are to meet at Niagara Falls on
A strong rebel force is reported to have arrived at Tampico. Fight
ing: continued yesterday between federals and rebels. A blockade has
been declared and no vessels are being allowed to clear either to or
from the United States.
The American hospital ship Solace has sailed north with wounded
Two sailors wounded at time of occupaiton of Vera Cruz have since
GALVESTON, May 6. Seventy American refugees who arrived
here after occupation of Vera Cruz by the Americans, have returned to
PORTLAND, May 6. American-Hawaiian steamers are being
loaded in spite of shipping strike.
DECATUR, 111., May 6. Thirty passengers and trainmen in
jured yesterday in collision on Wabash.
WASHINGTON, May 6.- Parcel Post is now operating with
Richard Olney has declined chairmanship of National Reserve
Bank commission. Place may be offered to Secretary of Agriculture
INDIANAPOLIS, May 6. A committee has been appointed by
the United Mine Workers to arbitrate coal strike differences.
TRINIDAD, Colo., May 6. Col. Lockett has assumed the com
mand in strike zone and semblance of order is showing through maze
WASHING ION, May 4. The mediators have withdrawn their
invitation to Carrnnza to participate in any further negotiations for
peace. Huerta has named Rambasa and Calindo. Third name to
INDIANAPOLIS, May 4. A national strike is threatened unless
some amicable settlement is made of the Colorado strike.
WASHINGTON, May 4. The cruiser Washington has been or
dered to Santo Domingo where foreigners are reported to be in panic
in consequence of bombardment of Pucrta Plata.
DENVER, May 4. 'lh legislature met today to consider the
strike situation. Rumors are afloat that Governor Amnions may be
WALsENBURG, Col., May 4. Strikers have announced that all
arms have been surrendered.
CHICAGO, May 4. Eight members of the Board of Education
have been sent to prison for 30 days for contempt of court, and John
Jelke, millionaire oleomargarin maker, was fined $2,000 and sentenced
to 2 years in prison on charge of conspiracy. Four members of the
board of education were refused reinstatement because they voted
against Mrs. Young, as superintendent of schools.
WASHINGTON, May 4. President Wilson has announced that
the Clayton Anti-trust matter, the Covington Inter-state Commission,
tiie stock securities and rural credit bills, will be considered by con
gress before the July adjournment.
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if we knew how. because we are sure that the De
Laval will more than make good every claim.
We don't ask vou to take our "say so." We prefer to
let the machine itself talk for us.
Why not let us set one up at your house? You Can
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machine you like for capacity, cleanness of
skimming, and ease of operation.
We don't ask you to buy a
De Laval upon "claims."
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Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1913.
5 333 3
5 23:3 2
5 20 3 17
5 10 3 7
5 9 3 5
4 45 2 40
4 44 2 39
4 40,2 35
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40 8 5, t 3 3 35 5 3s,
50 9 00 1 40 3 45 5 48
1 42 3 47
1 52 3 57
2 05 4 10
2 o7 4 12
2 144 9-
2 15 4 20 .
2 23 4 2S .
2 25 4 30 .
2 30 4 35
2 ! 4
2 50 6 00 . 0L..Kaliului..A 2.56 223 15
3 006 10 2.5'1A-lu"ene..d 06 123 05
111 1 1 i
All trains daily except Sundays.
A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sun
days, at 5:30a. 111., arriving tit Kahultti at 5:50 a. in., and connect
ing with the 6:00 a. in. train for I'tiunene.
UAGCi AGE HATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be
carried free of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on
each half ticket, when baggage is in charge of and on the same
train as the holder of the ticket. For excess baggage 25 cents per
100 pounds or part thereof will be charged.
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C.
C. No. 8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
Importers & Dealers
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
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