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THE MAUI NEWS;
SATURDAY, APRIL 15. 1905
Mix it Yourself and You know its Good.
"Kinloch" is not n. rently mixed
puint, ano in buying it you pay a
fair price for I ho Concentrated and Pure Paint alone,
and the market price for Raw Linseed Oil, and know
wluit you are ettln instead of pay ins the re:dy
mixed paint price for the canned "oil" that constitutes
half its bulk, when the market price for the pure oil
is only about one third that you have to pay for lite
canned oil in the ready-mixed.
A 14 year-old boy can mix the
"Kinloch" and the oil; Simply
stir them together, gallon for gallon, no more, no less,
and nothing else; and you have an absolutely pure
linseed oil paint ready for the brush. All the neccessary
driers, turpentine, etc. (everything except the raw
oil) are already ground into the Kinloch Paint.
rcr I TCP? "Pure Linseed Oil is the whole
tStCAUotl Life and Durability of any
Paint'' the practical painter's commonest axiom and
when you buy "Kinloch" and get the Raw Oil separate
ly, you thus remove almost the 60ul source of
paint adulteration, and secure your own absolute
knowledge and guarantee of the basis upon which all
paint durability is founded.
IOO lbs. Lead at 8c . S8.00
5 1-4 Cals. Oil at 75c , , , 3.93
1-4 Gal Dryer , , , .17
Makes 6 3-4 Cals. Paint for , SI2.IO
Or SI.82 per Gal.
One gallon of Kinloch Paint, mixed with one gallon of oil, makes t wo gallons of paint ready for use, each gallon of which will usually cover, with two coats; 300 square feet of surface.
One Gal. "KINLOCH"
One Gal. Raw Oil , ,
Makes 2 Cals. Paint for
Or SI.50 per Cal.
If You ore- ex Property Owner You must fce Interested.
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George C. Sti atemeyer,
P A 1 N T 1 N G
in all its brunches
Misfortune is liable to ovei
take von it; moti y matters
Tlit-n it is I lia I a t'ond sized
"nest Pi.'g" in tin sa injs bank
comes powerful h: ml v" Over
and over aiiain have we seen
comforting relief come to those
who had accumulated . fund
in this bank. If y. u havn't
started an account, now is
r I he t ime to do it..
The risks of keening securi
ties about, your premises are
many and i real. These risks
can be wholly avoided, bv th"
use of our -afe deposit vaults.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
BISMARK STABLES CO.Ltd
and SALES STABLES
The BISMARK STABLES
proposes to run tin Leading Livery
Stable Bisinkss on MAUI
CRUMMER3' LIGHT WACQNS
ftcursio:i Rues to Tao and TIale
..u.iia with i .mi tent gudes
HACKS, BUGGIES, SADDLE HORSES
AT ALL HOURS
Competent and careful drivers.
First-Class Turnouts Constantly
on Hand. Special attention to
Tourist Parties. Skillful Guides
Headquarters for Commercial Men
CONVEYaNCIOS MK10T ALL STKAMEUS
Wailuku Lahuina Stage
Leaves Wailuku daily at 1:30 p. m.
' Lahaina " at 8:30 a. m.
ANTONE doREGO, - Mr.
Dinkclsplelon Wall St. Topics
BY GEORGE V. IIOBART
Vail Street, Today.
Down here dis morning der Stock
ing Eggschange is vun confused mess
of uproar and psnhandlemonium.
Der news 1 as yust leaked ouid dot
Chon W. Gates lose t'irty t'ousand
mazooboes playing pinochie mit der
lid off in Saratoga.
"Ach, Ilimmel! ven Chon gets back
vot vill der harvest be?" eferbody is
saying to eferbody else dot has der
lime to listen.
Der eggscitement vas so great der
brokers vos going broke und der
shorts liaf long, faces. .
Der bulls vas looking around for a
red rag to chew it und der bears vas
growling und t'reatening to bite deir
Der pitiful lambs vas huddled to
gedder in vun corner und vagging
deir tails mit fright because dey know
dot t'irty t'ousand is a lot of money
to gif up.
Poor lambs! At anv moment dey
vas likely to be turned Into mutton
chops. Der heavens above detn vas
wfercast und it looks like it vas going
to rain mint sauce.
Deir only hope is dot Chon W. may
get der money back before he leaves
Saratoga; uddervise all is lost.
Und den to cap der climate vun of
der businest brokers in der Street
spoke passionately to his typewriter,
und she at vunce com positioned der
national anthem of Vail street, vich
is as following, to vit:
Der shades of night vare falling fast
Ven through fair Saratoga passed
A man named Chon mit banner nice
Vich bore dis new und strange dewice:
"Dare's somediug burning!" -
"Try roi ge-et-noir!" der dealer
"Too slow for me," den Chon replied;
"Maybe a leedle roulette den!"
Den rose dot awful sound again:
"Dare's somediug burning!"
Bet on dis noble locking skate I"
Der tout set at der racetrack gate;
Den Chon' responsed, "Ten t'ousand
Und vunce again der cry broke
"Dare's someding burningl"
"Ach, try my shell game!" yelled a
Den Chon replied, "I'll g3 you, Dan!"
Ten t'ousand bones vent up in smoke,
Und den a fat policeman spoke:
"Some baccarat now let us play!'1
Der tempter cried dot summer's day,
Deu Chon pulled ouid his pocketbook
Und den vunce more der rafters
"Dare's someding burning!"
I'm happy now, you bet your boots!"
Sen Chon, 'I'll show you vis e galoot? !"
Und den more oshes filled der sky,
Vile vunce some more arose dot cry:
"Dare's someding burning!"
"Ach, Himmel!" screamed his an
"Ve vun&er how dis pitzness ends!"
Chon vispered "vail street" mit a
"Go back und bring me up some
I'll keep it burning!"
Twenty five years ago Horace
Fletcher taught Marquis Oyama how
to shoot. Fletcher had published i
pamphlet on how to shoot with i
rifle, and copies of it reached Japan.
The author was in that country short
ly afterward, and was teat for by
Marquis Oyama, then minister of
war. Fletcher gave him lessons,
and says that when Oyama first hit
a moving object a teacup thrown
into the air), he "capered about and
screamed in his delight like an ex
Will Pioneer Mill Now Get The
Honolulu April 8. It is r.mored
that a bill will be introduced iti Hie
legislature to make Kona the scat of
the proposed agricultural school,
thereby indicating the effort to
abandon Lahaiualuna uu Maui.
Should this bill go through with the
proper appropriation expenses at
tached, the long battle for the sup
remacy to the Lahaiualuna water
rights and acreage would naturally
be won by the Pioneer plantation,
which has been seeking their control
for u long time. This was oue of the
bones of contention between former
superintendent of Public Instruction
and the Governor, the former bting
opposed to the plantation acquiring
the rights to the water.
Raise The Ships
Victoria, March 22. The steamer
Hydades brought news from Japan
that an English company has been
awarded a con ti act to raise the sun
ken ships at Port Arthur. There
was some talk of making a coffer
dam at the harbor mouth and pump
out the water, but this plan was
abandoned iu favor of placing coffer
dams about each of the sunken craft,
by means of which, it is claimed,
every vessel, with the possible ex
ception of the Sevastopol, can be
raised and repaired.
The former Russian cruiser Va
riag, sunk at Chemulpo, has been
raised and b. ought to Nagasaki.
She is being rapidly repaired with a
view to arming and commissioning
her under the Japanese flag.
The Earl of Suffolk, who married
ftfiss. Daisy Leiter, sister of Lady
Curzon, Is descended from two
kings Edward the First, one of the
English Pbntagenets, and Philip the
Bold of France; He is twenty-eight
years old, and is ill the British army,
being Lord Curzon aid-de-camp.
Lawns, Dimities, Organdies, Mercerised Jacuard Silks, Silk
Persian Fancies, Figured Tissues, Chiffon EUimine, Knicker
Zyphers, Figured White Goods ZZZIIZIZzi
Are the most Extravagent eind Fetching We Hae Ever Exhibited
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OF OUH MJYEHS KNOWLEDGE' OF WHAT THE FOLKS ON THE MAINLAND AlUl
WEARING THIS SPIUNG. J
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