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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1 906
are famed the world over for their excellence.
The re ure Sweet Pickles and iSour Pickles but all
are good Pickles when the name of IIEINZ is
on the bottlo.
Home without good pickles is not what home
should be. HEINZ PICKLBS make many
a homo happy, Almost might it have been
written, "What is Home without a Pickle?"
HEINZ 5T VARIETIES
of Good Things for the table are an enduring
delight to housekeepers. Some of the special
ties are Mincp Meat, Baked Beans, Tomato Ket
chup, Tomato Chutney and Mustard Dressing.
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Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
, RAINIER BEER
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY 4
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
This Hoot Mon Wore No Pants.
This brand denotes quality
Write us in regards to your
Leather needs. Send your
S?vfc Hides to us and you may feel
TkX certain of fair treatment.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Mr. Napier, bend of oue of the
famous Scottish tildus-, had tut expe
rience this mornitig us he w'uS it bout
to leuve the S. S. Sierru,, Unit made
him tnihk he had gotten into ti sayiiKU
country Instead of uu Atneriuun purt.-
As head of the Scottish clan, JMr.
Napier wears kilts of a varied hue of
platd. lie wore 'em short, the regu
lation shortness of course, and In con
sequence, the audeness of his limbs
was exposed. Now the mam deck of
ttieSletrn from where the passen
gers walk down the gangway to the
pier, is about twenty feet above the
floor of the pier. A native police
man was stationed at the gangway
to prevent any but cabin passengers
from leaving the vessel. The police
spied what to him was an apparition
from Scotland, coming down the
gangway. The policeman who hud
evidently been trained in the ways of
modesty and of the laws thereof,
thought that ho saw a possible vio
lation of the laws, so be proceoded to
lay for the head of the Scottish clan
As Mr.' Napier started to leave the
gangway to step on the wharf he fejt
the strong hand of the luw detaining
"You can't come ashore herel" ox
clalmed the oflicer.
"Whyjjot?" .exclaimed the aston
ished Scotchman. "I am a cabin pas
senger anil'I have a right to leave
"Oh, no, you haven't," firmly re
plied the native oflicer, "not with
those togs on. You will have to go
back and .put on some pants before
you can come ashore " and to iilus
tratH his point, the policeman here
playfully pinched the bare legs of the
"Hoot man, dinuaye think ye will
hold me, Huotl"
'I can't help It." firmly replied the
officer, "you will have to go back and
put on borne pants and cover up
yourself more, before you can get
loose in Honolulu."
"This la uu outrage," exclaimed
the Scot, who by' this time was bull
ing over with rage. "I would expect
this sort of thing in u country of sav
ages or. Mussulmans, but not here in
u civilized country like America. X
wilt see these islands in hell before
will put on another stitch."
But the policeman would not allow
him to pass and finally Purser Dalton
was sent for. The latter tried to in
duce the officer-to allow the passen
ger to go ashore but the oflicer refus
ed. Finally the polio station was
not'fied and Captain Alfred Mossman
had to go to the wharf and order ttie
releaso of the Scot.
The wearer of the kilts said that
he had traveled all around the world
but this was the lirst titno that he
had ever had such an experience. He
saw the city, however, and was an
cbiect of considerable curiosity to
the people of Honolulu. Star.
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HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 143.
Corner Market and Main Sts. Wailuku, Maul
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OF
WELL KNOWN STANDARD RRANDS OP
WINES, WHISKEYS. CORDIALS,
LIQUEURS, RAINIER AND PR1MO
25c 2 glasses 25c
, SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
S. ICI.MURA, Proprietor.
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bring it to the right shop.
GENERAL BLACKSMITH1NG HORSE SHOEING,
DAN. T. CAREY
Main St. near Market.
tim's leg at the ankles and at the
hips and then using sticks to pry his
legs apart at the knees. So great
were his exertions that ho not "tired"
and went homo, and the other five
brutes finished the job at which he
was so expert.
The testimony showed that Han
San Won sppnt about'six hour writ
ing his confession. It is short, but
he is not much of a writer. It ru
counts the grewsome details ulreadj
published. The other confessions are
The intention to kill was definltaly
announced during tho beatings. A
witness named Kim testified that
Chang Chee Yuel at one time object
ed to tho murder. The witness said:
"At that time Chang Chee Yuei
said let this man live. Then Woo
Miung Sook ask him, can you guar
antee, we will let him be. Then Chan
Chee Yuel consent to be guarantee,
after that Cang Yu Yuel and myself
took Pak Han No and loosened hir.i.1'
Slum, Kang and Woo strung the
victim up again and began beating
h'un with larger sticks and then the
Doyle Doing Good Work.
E. Faxon Bishop" of C. Brewer &
Company, Ltd., has received a letter
from James F. Morgan, head of the
Hawaiian Relief Bureau, asking for
an extension of J. Walter Davie's
vocation in San Francisco. Doylp.so
Morgan says, has been of the great
est assistance to him in the work and
he cannot spare him. Bishop stated
that, he would write by the S. S.
Sierra tomorrow telling Doyle to re
main longer. Morgan stated in bis
letter that the work was no Kaafcu-
manu street snap. Star.
No Cuuhc Fop Mercy.
The complete transcript of the
Korean cases, with the record, now
in tho hands of the acting governor,
fails to show a single important, new
feature of the terrible crime. 'There
are no extenuating circumstances in
the record and the stenographic re
port of the testimony only adds io
the revolting details af the crime and
arouses regret that one Han Sail
Won, who' was only convicted of mur
der in tha second degree, should suf
fer any less than the rest.
HanlSan Won wrote a confession
which ends with the words "When
got tired of beating him, I went
home." Getting tired apparently
saved this callous villain, tor he .was
not in at the death, but up to the
time when he got tired, he vvan
leader. Ho it was who first tied the
victim up, he was the one who said
"such a man must be killed he -was
the first to whip and he carried out
the horrible scheme of tying the vie
After .that tho five stayed with
their horrible job to tho end. They
heat the viotim with larger sticks,
drinking wine themselves. Tho victim
remained conscious through all this
torture, for when they placed dry
grass on his abdomen and lit a match
to start it burning ho was ablo to
brush the grass off himself.
Dr. C. B. Greenfield testified that,
the deceased's skull was crushed In,
as by a large club. Tho body was all
over small bruises and wounds. The
blow on tho skull in tho doctor's
opinion, had caused death.
After completing tho murder, tho
defendants thrust tho body botween
two big stones and covered it ovoj
with grass. Star.
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TWENTIETH ANNUAL MEETING
At Spreckels' Park, Kahului.
JULY 4th, 19068
Race 1. Three-eighths Mile Dash. Horses owned bv A
Japanese 30 days prior to closing of entries', .$10 00
Race 2. One-half Mile Dash. Free for all. (Running Race 50 00 S
Race 3. Trotting and Pacing to Harness, best 2 m 3.
Free for nil horses that never started in a race 75 00
Race 4. One-half Mil Dash. Horses to be owned and
ridden by Japanese, 50 00
Race 5. One-half Mile Dash. Polo Pony Race for
duly qualified Polo Ponies. Rider to weigli
in at 150 lbs Cup 50 00 $
Race 6. Three-fourtha Mile Dash. Running Race. W
Free for all CO 00 g
Race 7. Trotting and Pacini; to Harness. 1 Mile Dash 2
tor an Hawaiian nreus unit never won a race oU UU
Race 8. One-half Mile Dash. Hawaiian bred 50 00
Race 9. Gentlemen Driving Race. To be driven by
Members of the Maui Racing Association. 1
Mile Dash..; 25 00
Race 9a. Cowboy Relay, Race. Ii Milo Dash. Horses.
Saddles and Bridles to bo change every i Mile. 25.00
Race 10. One Mile Dash. Running Race. Hawaiian bred. 75 00
Race H. One Mile Dash. Running Race. Free for all.. 75.00
Race 12, One-half Mile Dash. Mule Race 25 00
Race 13. One-half Mile Dash. Ponies 14 2 hands or under 35 00
Race 14. One-half Mile Dash. Horses to bo owned and 2
ridden by Portuguese only. Weight 125 lbs. . 40 00
Race 15. Une-half Mile Dash. Horses owned and ridden
by Lunas. Weight no less than 140 lbs. ...... 40.00
Race 10. Cowboy Tug-of-War. Free for all 10 00
All i ' 111 1 1 1 .1. ri i fl i r
ju eiiincs wm uiuse wiin wio oecreiury on oaiuruay, June
! 30, 1900, at 5 P. M., except Cowboy race and Cowboy tug-of-war 2
race both of which will be post entries.
All withdrawals to be made with the Secretary on or before
July 2nd, at 5 P. M.
All races are three to enter and two to start.and will be run
in accordance with the usual rules. All entrance fees to accom
pany the entries, bids for all privileges must be accompanied
with cash or certified check.
STTR.TFCT TO CTTANfiF
D. L. MEYER, J
We Conduct a General Business Agency.
HANG CHAN KBE STORE
Kahului, Maul. tf.
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Anrono sending a tketcb and description mr
Birencr for eecunnff Dai
Patents taken tbroueb Munn ft Co. recelri
qulcklr ascertain our opinion free whether ao
invention is DroDaoir Dnieniaoie.
sent tree, uiaest apencr xor eecunnffpaienu,
l'atenta taaen lurougn munn a. i
isrrlal notice, without charge. In tbe
Term i, $3 m
A hnndflomelr llttistratpd
nil at Ion of rtit Relent Iflo InurnnJ.
year i ioirnoniaa.fi. duiu urnii new in en an,
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Monument Works, Ltd.
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We Sell Iron Fence
Whom Fence received tho niehest Award!
"Uolil Jludnl." world'. Fair. St. j.oun. 14.
The most economical fence you can bur.
Rrlce leaa thun a renpectable wood fence. Whr,
not replace your old ono now with a neat, at-
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Iron l'lower Vu.r, Nrtlrra,.
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Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
anil at I'aia and Haimiknnpoko on
Wednesdays at lowest prices.
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