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THE MAUI NEWS-r
-SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1907
Buy a 1
Microbe Proof :
R e f r i g e r a t o r .
Old refrigerators give lodgment to germs. So
also do refrigerators that are dump. The
is built on the latest and most seientilie princi
ple. A microbe simply can't live in it.
It will stand the "match test" for dampness
the simplest and surest test you can give for the
greatest defect a refrigerator can have. Leave
I a match in it all night and it will strike as good
as over in 'the morning.
The eonard is made to bo taken 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.
MAKE REMITTANCES with Bank Money Orders. WV
notice the people of this vicinity are getting the good habit of
coining to 113 for a money order when they want to send
money away. They used to go to the poMofHce but now they
know the Hank Money Order is the bet Tt is the cheapest
and quickest way to ?end money If the Hank Order is lost
you can immediately get a new one without eot or trouble
The- Lahaina National Bank
TUB FIRST N ATI ONAL 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
ottor you Holly Hour in 10 and 50 lb. sacks.
Our Grocory line is growing and wo are
now ablo to supply all domands only in
the best brands, however.
Fresh fruit ovory week.
WAILUKU CASH STORE g
Three bright otlice rooms with
toilet and running water and acety
lene llsht over First National Bank
of Wailuku, can be had after Jauuury
1 Apply to
First Mutiocal Hank of Wailuku.
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
mid at l'ai.i mill llaiunkunpoko uu
Wetlnestlays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, ECGS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
A. H. Landgraf
I'KOI'RIHTOK KAILUA i'AUM.
Telephone No. 359.
(Continued from page I.)
The bride is one of the most po
pular young Indies on Maui ami
was for a number of vears a teach
er in the public schools here.
Mr. Horn is a well known busi
ness man and was for some time
tho manager of the Wailuku Cash
Stbn?. For some months ho has
been the assistant malinger of tho
luthtilni Store which position ho
Mr. and Mrs. Horn are spending
their honeymoon at- Idle Wild.
Tliey will make their permanent
home in Kr.lmlui.
Oivinjr to the stormy weather the
Tennis Tournnmenl which had been
nrrutmcd to play for a Cup present
ed by Mrs. J. N. S. Williams on New
Years Day did not take place and
has been postponed indefinitely.
On New Years night Mr. and Mrs.
J. N. S. Williams entertained about
30 guests at their home.
Progressive ouehro formed tho
lirsi part of the evenings enjoyment
at 11 p. m. the bell sounded for tho
last time, tho successful and for
tunate prize winners were Mrs. Win.
Ault and Mr. Den Williums.
Refreshments were then served
after which tho room was cleared,
daucing commenced and with songs
rendered during nhc intermissions
closed a most enjoyable evening.
M rs. Lily Murray of Honolulu came
on the Steamer Claudiiio to spend tho
New Year holidays with Mr. and
Mrs. W. Wescoatt; she returned on
Miss Gladys Sabey of Laia is visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Fanlom.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
The following alTocts the List of
Lights, Buoys, and Daymarks in the
12th Light-House Subdistrlcl.
Kaunakakai Range Front Light
Station, Molokai Island, page 12. A
fixed white post lantern light. Do
cembor 24, the pole (30 foot high)
from which this light was exhibited,
was blown down. It ill bo reestab
lished as soon as practicable. Fend
ing its recstabltahmcnt, the light is
being shown at the elevation of 22
feet, from a temporary pole erected
in the same position as tho old light.
Honolulu Harbor. Oahu Ioliind,
page 13. Light No. 4, a fixed red
lens-lantern light, 11 feet above the
water, on a single pile, in about 25
feet of water, about 70 feet to the
eastward of the easterly edge of tho
channel, abreast of and about MO
feet KSE 5 E from Light No. 3, and
about. 3,325 feet. (i)-lG mile) R by W
l-lii W from Honolulu Range Front
Light was di.t rnvtl iy tho r.einy
seas durirg the swum 'in il c iik'l I ot
D -ei mber 31 The st net urn will be
rebuilt nnd the lightrreestablished as
soon as practicable.
Honolulu Harbor, Oahu Island,
pago 13. Entrance Buoy No. 1, a
black first class tall type can, was
shifted about J milo to the westward
of its correct position, during the
storm on January 1st, 1907. The
buoy will lie replaced as soon as
By order of the Light-House Board,
J. F. CARTER.
Lieutenant, U. S, Navy,
Assistant to the. Inspector of the
12th Light House District.
The regular annual meeting ol
stockholders of the Maul Wine &
Liquor Co. Ltd. will lie held at the
olllco of the Company, Knights of
Pythias Building, on Wednesday,
January 23rd, 11(07, at 7:30 p. in. for
the reception of annual reports and
such other business as may bo
brought "up at the meeting.
' J. GARCIA,
Secretary Maui Wine & Liqor Co.Ltd.
Dec. 29. Jan. 5, 12, 19.
THE MUTUAL INVESTMENT CONTRACT
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance
Company of California . .
Note Book and one Six foot rule
uotwecn Waihce and Wniluku. Sat
urday Dec. 8th. Return to this of
fice and receive reward. tf.
Two or three pairs of Fox Terriers
of good breeding. Communicate with
this office. t. f.
One largo second-hand refrigera
tor in good condition.
Apply at' A. Enos, Wailukir.
provides for tho complete protection, before nd
In addition to the 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 stock, and the unlimited liability of the stockhold
ers. This additional security is conservatively esti
mated at 40,000,000.
Tho Pacific Mutual was organized under the statute
law of California in the year 18(53, has paid policy
holders over $17,000,000, and still hold? assets of
nearly $1 1,000,000, for their benefit.
Dividends are paid annually, which may be used
to increase tho insurance or to decrease the premium,
at tho option of the insuranced. Policies contain the
most liberal nonforfeiture provisions.
In the event of permanent total disability, from
any cause, premium payments cease and the policy is
payable in ten equal annual installments. Each
$1000 life insurance 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, (3b' diseases).
C. J. HUTCHINS,
HARRY E. PICKER,
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Livery and Boarding Stables
FIRST CLASS BIGS and HORSES
DRUMMERS LIGHT WAGONS
We do a general Express Business
Tel. No. 282.
Joe Dorego, Manager.
Nothing but the best of
Woll Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting People
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monument Works, Ltd
i tw&.fft S.Bv,;t3 rin'.-SiM AriAft
Whoso Fonco received tlio Ulchest Award, 1
'Joll JIiSn1," World' l'alr, tit. LntiU, limi.
ilio inort vcoitoimcul Tenet you can iuy,
IVieol(iie thun uroHtxLtablu wood fence. It r
not replace, your old ono novr Mlthaiiwit, at ,
Over HUilt'Kien: of Iron IVnco.
Iron Fluner Vuk. Ntf fu.
' etc., shown in our catalogues.
BE 13 ua
Honolulu, T, H,
Unscrupulous dealers sometimes place
inferior cigars in OatI Cigar boxes and sell
Ey.ery genuine Owl Cigar has the letters
O. W. L. perforated in the wrapper..
LOOK FOR THE PEEEOEATION.
GUNST-EAKIN CIGAR CO., (inc.)