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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, J 906
Old refrigerators give lodgment to germs. So
' also do refrigerators that are damp. The
is built on the latest and most scientific princi
ple. A microbe simply can't live in it.
It will stand the "match test" for dampness
tho simplest and surest test you can give for the
groatest defect a refrigerator can have. Leave
a match in it all night and it will strike as good
as over in the morning.
Tho eonard is made to bo takon apart and
Now stock now at
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
SOLE AGENTS : :
DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
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MAKE REMITTANCES with Bank Money Orders. We
notice the people of this vicinity are getting the good huhit of
coming to us for a money order when the' want to send
money a,way. They used to go to the postollice hut now they
know 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 eof-t or trou! le
The Lahaina National Ban
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF WAILUKU, MAUI.
I Wouldn't it be a savins
if you bought Hour in 10 lb. sacks? For a
small family this is most economical. Wo
oflor you Holly flour in 10 and 50 lb. sacks.
Our, Gf ocory lino is growing and wo aro
now able to supply all demands only in
tho best brands, howovor.
Fresh fruit evory week.
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WAILUKU CASH STORE
Three bright office rooms with
tollot and running water and ucety
lone light over First National Bank
gf Wailuku, cau be had after January
First Notional Bank of Wailuku.
Delivered in Wailuku every Si turday
and at I'nia anil Hamakuapoko on
Wednesdays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, ECCS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PICS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
A. H. Landg-raf-
rROPRlKTOR KAILUA i'AHM.
.Telephone No, 359.
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Total not gain by Kaiuo in fic
cordnncc with decision of court, 2.
Kaiue's majority of 5 as return
ed by inspectors was increased 2 by
the court, making a total majority
NO END TO LANAI LAND LITIGATION.
There is a strong likelihood that
the Lanai land deal will bo hung
up for a year or more, if tho Cir
cuit Court should dissolve the in
junction recently secured by Sena
tor McCandless, stopping tho
exchange. McCandless proposes
if necessary to carry the case to tho
Supreme Court of the United States
and has so directed his attorney.
In event of such action being
taken a year or moro will elapse
before there will be any chanco of
the deal being consummated oven
if the Supreme- Court should sus
tain the governor. Attorney Gen
eral Peters will be ready by next
week at the latest to. go into the
circuit court and try to have the
injunction dissolved. If the motion
bo granted, then McCandless will
have tho case taken to the Sup
remo Court of the territory. In
ovent of an adverse opinion there,
he will then proceed with the
Washington appeal. There is more
than .$5,000 involved in the land
deal so ho question of tho right to
carry the caso to the highest tri
bunal could bo raised. Litigation
in the Supreme Court of the United
States is costly and show. It is
believed that a year or so will
elapse before'any settlement of the
case can be accomplished.
election In Honolulu on tho 19th Inst.
The following wore elected.
A. S. Webber, O. C; St. 0. S.
Stayers, V. C; J. L. Morris, P.; C.
J. Whitehead M. of W.; F. Waldron,
K. of R. and S.; T. C. 0'J3ricu M. or
F.;C. J. McCarthy M. of E.; J. A.
Pearco, M. at A.; J, A. Kichinson,
I. G.; A. II. Perry, O. G.;
County Clerk Wm. F. Kaao was a
returning passonger from Honolulu
Tlio regular annual meeting ol
stockholders of the Maul Wine &
Liquor Co. Ltd. will be held at the
olllco of tho Company, Knights of
Pythias Building, on Wednesday,
January 23rd, 1007, at 7:30 p. m. for
the reception of annual roports and
such other business as may be
brought up at the meotlng.
Secrotary Maul Wine & Liqor Co.Ltd.
Dec. 21). Jan. 5, 12, 19.
THE MUTUAL INVESTMENT CONTRACT
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance
Company of California . .
Noto Book and ono Six foot rule
between Waiheo and Wailuku. Sat
urday Dec. 8th. Return to this of
fico and receivo reward.
Two or three pairs of Fox Terriers
of good breeding. Connnuiucato with
this olllco. t. f.
One largo second-hand rcfri'jera
tor in good condition.
Apply at A. Enos, Wailuku. ,
Knights of Pythias Elect Officers
The Knights of Pythias of Aloha
Lodge No. 3. of Wailuku Maui hold
their last meot.ing for tho year last
Saturday evening and elected their
officers for the ensuing year.
Owing to the bad state of tho
weather there were not many
Knights present as is usual at such
meetings but the intoiest was as
great as ever.
The officers electrd were: W. S.
Mounlcastle, C. U.; John PI. Nelson,
C.jliev W. Ault. Prolate; Hugh
M. Coke, M. W.: C. Waldever. K. R.
ifcS.; Ferdinand Hons, M. of E.; L.
M. Baldwin, M. of F.; W. J. Bell, M.
ntA.;W. F. McKonkoy and J. H.
Raymond Physicians; H. Stroubeck,
C. D. Lufkin and W. A. McKay,
Trustees; D. I. Davis, M. of W. As-istant.
The newly elected officers will be
installed early in January.
MYSTTC LODGE NO. 2 ELECTS
T- Offl- "f "v-lie Lodge
Knight- ' Pyr i s ii M ii.cir annual
provides for tho comploto protection, before mid
In addition to tho Legal Reserve required by Law,
tho Pacific Mutual offers additional security to its
policyholders by reason of the most stringent In
surance Law of the 'State of California appertaining
to life insurance companies, which provide for a capi
tal stbek, and the unlimited liability of the stockhold
ers. This additional security is conservatively'" esti
mated at S-10,000,000.
'The Pacific Mutual was organized under the statute
law of California in tho year 18GS, has paid policy
holder? over $17,000,000, and still holds assets of
nearly $11,000,000, for their benefit.
Dividends are paid annually, which may be used
to increase tho insurance or to decrease the premium,
at the option of the insuranced. Policies contain the
most liberal nonforfeiture provisions.
In the event of permanent total disability, from
any cause, premium payments ccaso and the policy is
payable in ten equal annual installments. Each
$1000 life insuranco provides for $5.00 weekly indem
nity in. the event of accident; each $1000 life insurance
provides for $5.00 weekly indemnity in tho event of'
disease disability, (3G diseases).
Livery and Boarding Stables
FIRST CLASS RIGS anii HORSES
j DRUMMERS LIGHT WAGONS
i HARNESS MAKER,
We do a general Express Business
Tel. No. 282.
Joe Dorego, Manager.
Nothing but the best of
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting People
T. B. LYONS, Prop
C. J. HUTCHIN
ARRY E. PICKER,
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monument Works, Ltd
' -L0fc !!fiPEB THAN W00I
I! Iron Fence
Whoso Fence tpppIvpo tho IUffhrst Award.
"Joll Jlvdal," World! Fair, St. Louis, mu.
iiiu inum ici nnmirm iciipp voii run mi v.
Rrico lees than a roxiwctnblewood fence. W'hw
not ft-plnco your nit) ono now with a neat, at) ,
"LAST A LIFirrlMK."
Out HO dcalBtm of Iron Fenco,
Iron Floilpr Vila. V 1 1 .
otc, nhown jn our catalogues.
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Honolulu, T. H,
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Unscrupulous dealers sometimes place -inferior
.cigars in Oil Cigar boxes and selL,
Every genuine Owl Cigar lias the letters
O. W. L. perforated in the wrapper.
LOOK FOR THE PERFORATION.
GUNST-EAKIN CIGAR CO., (inc.)