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'S ATURD AY, DECEMBER '22, 1906
Old rofrigorators give lodgment to gorms. So
also do rofrigorators that arc damp. Tho
. is built on the latest and most sciontilio princi
ple. A microbe simply can't live in it.
, It will stand tho "match tost" for dampness
tho simplest and surest test you can give for tho
greatest defect a refrigerator can have. Leave
a match in it all night and it will striko as good
as over in tho morning.
Tho oonard is made to'bo taken apart and
New stook now at
II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Maui Wine & 'Liquor Go.
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THB BREWERY' .
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
MAKE REMITTANCES with Hank Money Orders. We
notice the people of this vicinity are getting the good habit of
coming to U3 for a money order when they want to send
money away. The used to go to tho postoflice but now they
vknow the Bank Money Order is the best It is the cheapest
and quickest way to send money. If the Bank Order is lost
you can immediately get a new one without copt or trouble
The Lahaina National Bank
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OP WAILUKU, MAUI.
Wouldn't it be a saving
if you bought Hour in 10 lb. sacks? For a
small family this is most economical. Wo
oflbr you Holly flour in 10 and 50 lb. sacks.
Our Grocery lino is growing and we aro
now able to supply all demands only in
tho best brands, however.
Fresh fruit ovory wook.
WAILUKU CASH STORE
Three bright oflico rooms with
toilet and running water and acety
lene lit'ht over First National Bank
of Wailuku, con bo had after January
First National-Bank of Wailuku.
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and At l'aia and Hamnkiiapoko on
Wednesdays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, ECCS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
A. H. Landgraf
PkopjiiHTOR KAIkUA i'ARM.
Telephone No. 359.
(Continued from page I.)
Brown-Iaukea contest. Lewis main
tained that Cornwall should he
made to show from his testimony
that his allegations in tho, petition
were hased upon sufliciont know-
edge and information to warrant
tho petition having been brought;
Cornwoll took the stand and testi
fied that of his own knowledge ho,
had seen 7 to 8 ballots for himself
rejected in the Wailuku precinct;
because there had been more
names than olliccs to fill voted for.1
From information and personal
knowledge there had been two of
his ballots rejected for this cause'
in the Waihee precinct and thero
had been four others voted for
him rejected for other causes. Re
garding the I'uuneno precinct, tho
difference of votes rejected for him
self and Kaiue would have mado a
gain of only one.
The court then had County Clerk
Kaao identify Reveral of tho pro
cinct bags and ballots and ttitjn
canvassed the rejected ballots in
tho Wailuku precinct. The result
was a gain of 3 for Cornwoll, while
Kaiue gained none. This result
looked favorable for the petitioner
as the vote had stood on tho basis
of the election returns, Kaiue 351,
Cornwoll 34G, a majority- of 5 for
Kaiue. But tho next count in the
Waihee precinct proved a hard
blow to Cornwoll. Kaiue gained
six votes while Cornwoll only
gained 1. This mado Kaiuo's net
gain for tho morning canvas
The court took a recess until 2
p. m. when the count was resum
ed. At the conclusion of tho ses
sion the net result was announced
as a gain of two voto3 for Kaiue,
who was declared elected by a
majority of seven votes instead of
five, the qflicial majority.
While this decision was not un
expected yet it is none the less
welcome to the voters of Maui, and
to the News, which extends its con
gratulations to the successful con-
Christmas Services at the
Thero will be Special music at the
Wailuku Union Church to niorruw
evening. Tho offering will bo for the
benefit of the Hawaiian Board.
Special services will be held at tho
church of tho Good Shepherd at 1030
a. m. on Christmas Day. The Christ
mas Treo for tho Sunday School will
be given on Wednesday evening the
Thero "will be special Christmas
sorviccs with appropriate music at
the Paia Foreign Church.
At St. Anthony's Church there
will bo said a Midnight Mass on
Chrismas eve and on Christmas day1
High Mass will be snld at 10 o'clock.
ThoW.O. Alkens aro at "Idle
wild" on the slope of Haleakala.
Mrs. W. O. Smith of Honolulu U
visiting her daughter . Mrs. H. A.
Baldwin of Haraakuapoko.
Mrs. W S. Nicoll of Hamakuapo
ko returned this week from a Hono
Inspector of Schools C. W. Bald
win came to Maul last Saturday.
Misses E. Hart and M. Whine of
Uonolulu arc guests of Mrs. W. 0
Aiken of Mokawa'o. 1
Noto Book and ono Six foot rule
between Waihee arid Wailuku. Sat
urday Dec. 8th. Return to this of
fico and receive reward. tf.
Several pieces of choice roalestato
la Wailuku; Apply. to
J. M. VIVAS.
UP COUNTRY NOTES.
On Wednesday per Claudino In
spector H. M. Wells was taken to
Honolulu whore if everything is
favorable he will undergo an opera
tion. Ho was accompanied by Mrs.
Wells, his two sons, and his brother,
W. I. Wells.
On tho afternoon of tho 27th there
will bo a Christmas tree in the par
lors of tho Pala Foreign church for
the Sunday school pupils.
On Saturday, the 15lh a baby
daughter was born to Tax Assessor
and Mrsj A. F. Tavaresof Maknwao.
To Whom it mav Concern: ;
On and after Novcmbor 1, '190Gj
the following rulo of this 'Company
shall Iw rigidly enforced:
"All parties owing for previous
month's account ovor ten days after
itemized statement of same has been
mailed shall bn denied further serviee
until settlement has been made."
WIRELESS TELEGRAPH CO
The regular semi-annual meeting
of the "Hui Aina o .Huelo" will be
held at Hamukuapokq Meeting House
o) the flui on Friday, the 11th day of
January, 1007, at 10 o'clock a. in.
By order of the Board of Directors,
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Dated, Dec. 20, lJJOG,
Dec. 22, 29. Jan. 5.
.Luluilnn will Celebrate. "
Quee Liliuokalani is giving an old
time lucu at Judge Kahaulelio'splaee
on Christmas Day. In the evening
there will bo dancing for which Ho
nolulu music will be provided. A large"
attendance and a uood time are fore
This event recalls the days of long
ago when Lahaina was the capital,'
and roynlty mpro than a name. Tho
unei- tiawauans will count it a'
nrivilcgo to partake once more of
the bounty of tin-ir beloved Alii,
vh ipp present kingdom cxjsls nnjy
tl Ih faithful hear .
We are now open for business -at our
new office in the Masonic Building.
Our Warehouse i6 'now complete and
we have filled it with
as well as
We now carry a Jull line oi
BATHROOM FIXTURES and ACCESSORIES,
SANITARY APPLIANCES, ETC.,
PAINTS AND OILS,
PAINT BRUSHES, PAINTER'S SUPPLIES.
Call and see our exhibit or ring. us up on the1
peone if you need anything in our line.
Kahuiui Railroad Go's
Office, Masonic Bld.. KAHULUI.
Two or three1 pairs of Fdx'Torrlors
of good breeding. Communicate with
this rjffic6. t..f.
Ono largo second-hand refrigera
tor In good condition. 1 -Apply.
at A. Enos, vWalluku. 1
Livery. , and, Boarding ) Stables
FIRST CLASS RIGS and lHORSKS
DRUMMERS XIGHT WAGONS
, pARRIAGE, TRIMMER,
t We do a general ExpressiBusiness.
I. No. 282.
Jipe Dorego,, Manager.
Nothing hut the best of
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inferior cigars in Owl Cigar -boxes arid: sell
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Every genuine Owl Cigar has the letters
O. W. L. perforated in the wrapper.
LOOK FOR THE PERFORATION.' ?.
GUNSTEAKIN CIGAR CO.? (inc.)