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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1906
Old refrigerators give lodgment to gornis. So
also do refrigerators that aro damp. The
is built on tho latest and most sciontilic princi
pls. micr obe simply can't livo in it.
It will stand tho "match test" for dampness
tho simplost and surest tost you 'can give for tho
groatost dofoct a refrigerator can have. Leave
a match in it all night and it will striko as good
as ovor in tho morning.
Tho oonard is mado to bo taken apart and
Now stock now at
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
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Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
tTiiiie to Begin
j Rcgin hatching in tho Fall and raise the young chicks dur
ing the cool months of Winter and early Spring. That is what
observant poultry jaisers say. Less likelihood of sorehead and
chicks are strongor.
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Brown Wins By One Vote.
x no canvass of the ballots in the
Browu-Iaukea coutest was finished
at 2:20 o'clock rtils afternoon. Brown
Is one vote ahead. Neither- sained
or lost in Ewa and Walanae.
Stroup, tho chairman of tho Board
of Inspector of tho Eighth Precinct
of the Fifth District stated positively
In his testimony before tho Supreme'
Court this afternoon that four of the
ballots were not in tho same con
dltion when he put them in tho en
velop and sealed them, as they were
when thoy wore opened by tho Sup
remo Court. He says that if tliev
bad been he wouli! hnvn rmmii
Chief Justice Frear announced this
afternoon in the Supremo Court that
the preliminary tabulation showed
that Brown had 1 vote moro than
lauKea. 'llie court had previously
asked Judyo Gear if ho had anything
moro to present. Tho latter had
asked what tho result was and the
court had announced tho above re
sult. Gear then nsked of tho nnnrt.
to declare Brown' legally elected
sheriff. liinney asked as Goar sat
down, whether Gear closed his case.
Gear conferred an instant with the
other attorneys and then said that
Kinney thou said that he proposed
to introduce evidence to show fraud
ia tho Eigth Precinct ol the Fifth
District, Iu part he said: k
Wo have evidence to show that
our ballots have boon tampored with
that those ballots wero not sealed by
any regular seal as provided by law,
and they were not kept alone by the
legal custodian. To allow these bal
lots from tho bioken envelopes to so"
override tho will of tho public as
shown by the returns mado by the
inspectors, would bo an outrage.'
Gear replied contending that the
time for Kinney to havo offered his
proof was at tho timo the bags and
envelopes wero opened. The court
stated that Kinney had made such
objection at tho time with the under
standing that ho could introduce such
r n i ...
ueurgu uarh'cr, one oi tno mspeci
tors of tho Eighth Precinct of the
F.fth District was tho first witness
called by Kinney. He said that lie
had placed tho ballots hi the envelope
and ho had sealed the envelope arid
ho had signed it and Strupo and
Eddie Partridge had signed tho eh
elopo that had contained tho.ballots
for tho County election. He, the
witness, had doubled the envelop up
in order to got the envelopo into tlie
bog, and at the time that he had put
the envelope in the bag the seal was
"Mr. Strupo," said tho witness,
'read off the names on the ballots'.
He looked at each ballot,called off the
would lay his finger on tho bottom oi
the ballot and Strupo would call out
Curtis P. Iaukea then took the
stand and testified relative to cop
versatlons that ho had with D. Ka
lauokalant Jr., tho county clerk,
about where tho ballots cast at the
recent election had been kept. Iaukea
had asked Kalauokalnnl whore tho
ballots wero kept. Tho latter had
stated that they wero "in a safe
placo.'1 Tho witness asked lilm If
any body else had access to them and
had been told that t obody but him
self had access to them. This con
versation had taken placo three days
after tho election. On the Saturday
that tho witness had come here from
Hawaii to attend the contest he had
asked Kalauokalani in tho presence
oPFrank Harvey, if he, Kalauoka
lani remembered the previous con
versation about being tho only one
who had access to tho ballots and
Kalauokalani had admitted having
mado such statement. Star, Nov. 4.
Services at Knhulul.
Preaching services have been held
the last three Sundays in the Masonic
Buildings Id Kahului by Rev John
E. Dodge, who has recently arrived
Services are now to bo hold in the
Masonic Banquet Hall every Sunday
at 11 o'clock and until the church,
tho H. C. & S. Co. is building, is com
ploted. All tho people of tho com
munity arc cordially Invited.
A Knmaolna Passes Awny.
ames, and then he passed it to mo
and asked mo if I would reject it, if
I did not, I would pass It to Fountain.
Coekett, Zablan and a native who is
married to Frank Harvey's daughter
ere outside of the rail. Zablan
Mrs. Mary Ana Pa, an old resi
dent and kamaaina of Pcahi Maul,
died at the home of her neico Mrs.
A. K. Spencer on the 29th of Novem
ber at 2:15 a. m. after a long illness
and being confined to bed for about
six months. She leaves a husband,
two sons and a daughter and her
aged mother with tho many friends
and relatives to mourn hor loss.
She was born at Waiehu Maui June
22, 1bo4. She was educated at
Maunaolu Seminary, MakawaoMaui,
and finally taught Public School, four
ypars at Laupahochoc Hawaii two
years at Hucio and eighteen years
at Peahl Maui.
The funeral services took place
Friday afternoon at Kaumakapili
Church and she was burried in tho
BECAUSE, thov got as good a
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used to for Ten Cents.
Tho last whiff is as good as tho
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A now work on California bitariy,
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is "California Plants," and it is being
issued in parts each containing des
criptions of about ono hundred species
of the native trees and flowers. Tho
price is $3 for 12 numbers. Four
parts aro now iu press and the first
volume of 12 parts will be completed,
it is hoped, during 1907.
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L1 X il V UttlVUl 1 iJ
of his loaf
whon ho uses
It makes the best broad,
cakes and pastry.
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Contractor arid builder
PLANS and ESTIMATES
PHONG NO. 1. KAHULUI MAUI,
Something To Be
We have just engaged a first
cass Carriage trimmer from Ho
nolulu and are now prepared to
execute n work in this line, in all
workmanlike manner, at reason
Also carriage, house and sign
painting done at short notice.
Phone for our prices nt nny tlnie
Shop on Church St.
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Unscrupulous dealers sometimes )lace
inferior cigars in Owl Cigar boxes and sell
Every genuine Owl Cigar has the letters
perforated in the wrapper.
LOOK EOR THE PERFORATION
W I When you want your carringo repaired to last n
i f ' bring it to the right shop. f
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