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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY. JULY 6, 1907
MAKE YOUR OWN GAS
The Sunlight "OMEGA" Acetylene
Generators HAVE NO EQUAL.
We are the Agents for the "OMEGA" and will cheerfully give
GENERATORS from 10 Its. fo 300 Its.
FIXTURES of all kinds.
COMPLETE PUNTS properly 'installed.
Let us talk ''GAS MACHINE" to you and we con convince you
that you require an outfit to make your home complete.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO'S
CYPHERS ANTI-FLY PEST
PROTECTS COWS AND HORSES
It is guaranteed to prevent all winged insects from
annoying cattle and horses, One application protects
for at least 21 hours.
Do not expect the best work from the horse that is
worn out fighting Hies,
Do not expect your cows to give the largest possible
yield of milk if they are not permitted to feed in peace
ANTI-FLV TEST docs not discolor a white coat,
nor docs it cause the hair to become sticky.
Nothing but the best of
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting People
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
J. Do REGO 0 CO., Proprietor
Livery and Boarding Stables
HACKS, BUGGIES, SADDLE HORSES,
AT ALL HOURS OF DAY OR NIGHT
Competent ami Careful Drivers. Speciul
attention given to Tourist Parties. Skill
ul Guides to Iao Valley ami Haleakala.
Wailuku Lahaina Stage.
Joe Dorego, Manager.
. CALIFORNIA FRUITS
We sell California and Hawaiian
Fruits and Vegetables. General Mer
chandise and Fancy Dress Goods.
Hats and Shoes. Give us a call.
Suits Made to Ortlen at Low Prices.
Good Fit Guaranteed.
VVAI KBB COMPANY, .
All LEONG, Manager.
Telephone No. 468.
Next door to Maui Meat Market
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monument Works, Ltd
m FTC rkzrji aw wool
lull UlUilf liiMitJJlt'fh.
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We &II Iron Fence
Whn Xnco roroivr. th JTichent Award,
"Hold niliil," or MV Knit , ht. Louis, 14.
iiih iimki fcoiiniiiK'tii i nee yi-u can inty,
Price Ii-kh tli iu n renpevtublt friict. lty
not r' ilutf your olil out) now with a uvat. at
tractive IKON FENCH.
Over iiNi 1iftf(i4 r I run Ki'ni'O.
Iron t'lowvr liiiu. MpUm.
i vie, uliown in uur jutiilKU'i.
Honolulu T, H
That house of yours needs paint
ing. Just think for a niotnent how
much hotter it will look; what a
pride you will take in your home;
and last hut not least how a few
coats of paint will preserve it.
Take into consideration tin: low
amount it will cost when the woik
is done hy
Phone 243 P. O. Box 75
TRADI M ARKt
Anynn. (ending a akstrh and dPMrtpnnn may
quicKir aaceriam uur iimiii I rati wuef liar mu
luTeiitmn it probably patentable. Coiuiuutiira.
tlimaairictlrcontideiitial. HANDBOOK ou Patent.
aenl tree. OldtMic Huunrr fur am-unuir uliiia.
Patent taken ttiroutrb Aluuit A Co. reoelv.
lrUU notice, without vhartre; lu tba
A handsomely l.lufttrnttxl wwktr. Ijuveftt rir
rulMtuni of any ni-ietitlilr .tiurnai. IVrum, f, a
yenr: four montlta, $L ttuld by all nuwtuleaUini
MUNN & Co.38,B'-d""New York
ttraiivb OUHw. Cii r St. WaablUKluu, l. L.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEW.)
Sugar W deg. test ;5.775 Beets 5)h. 9d
HONOLULU, July I. The License Commissioners have granted
17 wholesale, 30 saloon, 5 hotel and 4 restaurant licenses. Tiiey re
fused 21 mid held up nine.
Duncan has been appointed Federal chemist.
The inner range sight hag been decided near the Oceanic ware
house. The baseball games last Saturday resulted as follows: First game:
Kams,1), St. Louis, 0. Second game: Diamond Heads, 2, Punahous, 0
PARIS, July 1. Parliament adjourned today with hopes for re
TOULON, July 1. A collision between a battleship and a torpedo
boat resulted in GO men being killed and wounded.
LOS ANGELES, July 1. Barney Joy pitched a winning game
against the home team. '
WASHINGTON, July 1. The action of the Japanese Chamber of
Commerce in Tokio indicates a boycott of American goods.
THE HAGUE, July 1. Korea protests against having been omit
ted in the conference.
OMAHA, July 1. Democrats here are working for Bryan de le
gates to National Convention.
TOKIO, July 1. The action of the Police commission in refusing
to grant Japanese licenses confirms the suspicion of'racial prejudice.
PORTSMOUTH, N. II., June 3.0. One hundred earthquake shocks
were felt yesterday.
HONOLULU, July 1. Rejected liquor license applicants have
taken advantage of a blunder in the statutes. One word may cause
serious complications. Saloon men are determined to keep open. The
authorities are on watch this morning. .
SAN ANTONIO. Texas, July 1. Four thousand Japanese are in
Mexico waiting for a chance to enter the United States.
LOS ANGELES, July 1. Francis Murphy, the apostle of temper
ance, is dead.
NEW YORK, July 1. An epidemic is threatened on account of
the strike in the garbage Bervice. The health department is unequal
to the emergency.
HONOLULU, June 29. Japanese citizens m a monster meeting
roasted the sugar planters. They accuse them of trying to stop the
Kumeric immigrants from landing in Victoria.
Secretary of Labor Straus will investigate the Japanese exclusion
Judge Dole decided the Concord case in favor of Japanese
claimants. This gives the Japanese fishing rights in the Territory.
LONDON, June 29. The steel manufacturers of Great Britain
have formed a trust. The object is to combat American and German
competitors. It will be capitalized at 130,000,000 pounds.
NE ,V LONDON, June 29. Yale's eight-oared crew was defeated
by a length and a half by Harvard's Freshman eighth. Time 11 niin
and 11 seconds.
Yale defeated Harvard by ten lengths in the varsity four-oared
race. Time 12 minutes 31 seconds.
NEW YORK, June 29. The steamship Madonna is burning off
SAN FRANCISCO, June 29. At a meeting of the police com
mission yesterday applications for licenses for Japanese employment
offices were refused.
CONCORD, June 29. Federal Judge Aldrich has been appointed
to conduct an investigation to determine whether Mrs. Mary Baker
Eddy is competent to manage her business affairs.
ODESSA, June 29. The medical inspector of Odessa Harbor was
SEBASTOPOL, June 29. Twenty buildings were burned by a
bomb explosion yesterday.
TIFLIS, June 29. Prince Charvodeze was murdered yesterday
NEW YORK, June 29. Drivers of ice and garbage wagons have
gone on strike.
Portuguese Back from the Const
Honolulu, June 22 L. S. Alvers,
known to nil baseball fans as Soares,
who was behind the bat for the II. A.
(3. 's If st season, returninir from San
Francisco by the Sierra vesterday,
after an abspnep of niup months.
"I eaine back on thp advice of a
physician that I needed a warmer
elima'p." said Alvers yesterday. ''I
eniij.'ht a severe cold aft.pr playing
bal1 in San Jese tliiwe wp-k a'.'o. and
it settled on mv luims. The doctor
told me I had better iret toa warmer
"Quite a number of Portuguese
who fiirnn'rlv lived in the islands also
came ba'k om tin- Sierra, and I know
that M'vernl families are rpturninp
on the A'ameda. The reason most
of thrni are cominjr back i that they
And conditions so bad and the cost of
iving so high on the Coast that they
Ihink they are better off here. A
great many trades and callings are
demoralized by the strikes, and when I
eft there was talk of strikes in still
other trades. It is true that wages
are comparatively high in nearly all
mploymeiits, but the cost of living
s also very high. Not oi.lv is rent
high, but groceries are high, fruit is
high, everything that you eat and
wear is high. Fifteeu dollars a week
for a single man is nothing, and a
married man can not possibly live on
$20 a week Rents are something
"I met a great many who had for
merly lived here while I was on the
Coast. Some of them wished they
were back here or were preparing to
come back. Others were satisfied
where they were. Over on the east
side of the Bay a San Leand o, Hr.y
wards. Niles and San Jose Mission,
there are a great many Portuguese
who used to live here. Some ( f them
are engaged in ganhvvrg, otlurs in
fruit growing; agood many on street
work and that sort of "hiug in Oak
land and other placrs nearby. Still
others are employed in various trades
inSiin Frauc-isi'o and Oakland.
"Twelve P rtngu sp retunnd by
the Sierra today, I beli -ve. I knew
some of thorn before I met them vii
the steamer, and some of them I
didn't. I know certainlyof four fain
Hies who are crming bad; on the
Alameda. There may tie m ire, but
I don't know of more." iik
. One Needhain reed Organ, a bar
gain. May be se n at A. Fernaudes Jr's.
BERGSTliOM MUSIC CO.
""a-wi an in a m miliimtmmi a-l 'jiiiitajviaay
THE RUST TONIC IS
Mnde of the choicevSt imported
hops jintl barley malt, this
beer is delicious and nourish-
Corner Market and Main Sts.
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OF
WELL KNOWN STANDARD BRANDS OP
WINES, WHISKEYS. CORDIALS,
LIOUEURS, RAINIER AND PRIMO
25C 2 GLASSES 2
SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
S. KIMURA, Proprietor,
I THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd
CU YS AND SPXLS-REAl. ESTATE, STOCK-. & BONOS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGER
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
nnvnr tit ri itautatt
P. O. Box 316
JV-'-Cp This brand denotes quality.
.5$&k' ... Write us in regards to your
;f Leather needs. Send your
SS?" Hides to us and you may feel
' certain of fair treatment.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
- LIMITED -
HONOLULU, T. 11.
Telephone Main 1415.
Modern Bath Rooms U
I Make Modern Homes Jj
(JWhen visitors come isn't it gratifying to have your bath room
o equipped that it wins the approving glance of every critical
eye ? "tandanf Porcelain Enameled Fixtures make your bath
room modern and a room to be admired. We sell and install
this famous ware and can quote you prices that will please you.
When you place your plumbing conwact with us you are assured
of high grade work and prompt service. Booklet illustrating many
neat bath rooms sent free.
Kahulul R. II. Co., Mdse. Dept.
ICE CREAM PARLOR
Orders taken for ICE CREAM,
FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS.
Ieo Cold Drinks Always on Hand.
Market St. : : Wailuku. Maui.
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and at Paia and Hamaknaoko ou
Wednesdays at lowest (trices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, ECCS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
A. 11. L a n d g; r n f
I'roi'KIKIor KA LUA FARM,
Telephone No. 359.