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THE MAUI F iWS-
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1907
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MAKE YOUR OWN GAS
The Sunlight "OMUCJA" Acetylene
Generators HAVE NO EQUAL.
Wo me the Agents for the 'OMEGA" ami will clieeifully give
(IliNEllATOKS from 10 Its. to .",00 Its.
FIXTURES of all kimls-.
COMPLETE I'UNT jm.erly i nst:i Ilfd.
Lot us talk ''GAS MACHINE" to you ami wc can convince you
that you require an outfit to make your home complete.
KAMULUI RAILROAD CO'S
"All America" fine shoes for
men are the shoes of today. Coun
try Stores that carry this great
line of men shoes enjoy the en
largement of business. ' You at
tract the best of trade by selling'
'AH America" Specials.
You can carry a large variety of
styles, and size up quickly from
our immense stock. Each pair
shows the sound, honest quality of
Island orders solicted.
sale and retail. .
SPECIAL WHOLESALE KATES.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET, : HONOLULU.
Nothing but the best of
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses. 25c
HErtDQUARTERS I -till
Island Sporting People
T. B. LYONS, Prop.
IJ. D11REGO& CO., Proprietor.
livery and Boarding Stables
HACKS, BUGGIES, SADDLE HORSES.
AT ALL HOURS OF DAY QR NIGHT
Coni'ietc-nt iinil Careful I (rivers Special
attention j;iven to Tourist Partic. Skill
ul Guides to Iao Valley anil Haleakala.
Wailuku Lahuinn Stiie.
Joe lorco, Mil linger.
We sell California and Hawaiian
Fruits and Vee tables. General Mer
chandise and Fancy Dress Goods.
Huts and Shoes. Give us a call.
Suits Made to Order at Low Prices.
Good Fit Guaranteed.
WAI KEG COMPANY,
AH LEONG, Manager.
Telephone No. 4M.
Next door to Maui Meat Market
Hawaiian Iron Fence' and
Monument Works, Ltd
(EON FENCE CHEAPER THAN W001
l ie Sell (s on Fence
V?ion Ynra rprtvi'rl thft Ilirtimit Award.
Jolt Mtnilnl. World' Kiiir, tst. Loin, ium.
I 111 IIIOrl t .(Illlral fi'liro Villi cuu Imv. ,
I'l iot' If I ini ll fi rt-.'i's-,uiMi- wood foii.-o. V hr
not rjiuce 1 1 r !il min now with a boat, at- ,
Ovr hi (1--Hi'iirt of Jr.m IVuro,
Iron I'tonor n-w, K'Mvn:m
etc., fliuwii i'i i.ur i-.ii.il' 'f.! ti.
Honolulu T H.
That liout4u fif yours needs jiaint
inu;. Just tliink for a moment how
much Letter it will look; what a
luide you will take in your home;
and last hut not Ien.t how u few
coats of paint will pi'tserve it.
Take into consideration the low
amount it will cost when the woik
is done by
Phone 2-18. J. (I. liox 75
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar ( .leg. test .'5.!05 l?eet? !)s. TJd.
HONOLULU, September J. Tfcnry Hogun, the lawyer, died of
hemorrhage on the bruit. ,
The St. Loui9 baseball team beat the picked nine yesterday by a
score of 4 to 0.
The armored cruiser lleet has arrived and will stay two weeks.
Father Andrew died nt the Catholic Mission yesterday of old age.
lie was 78 years old.
Labor Day was quietly observed here.
TOklO, September .1. The uneoneiliatcry attitude of China to
ward Japan is increasing and it is suggested here that Count Oyama
be sent to Peking to impress upon the Chinese emperor the unreason
ableness of the position taken.
ODESSA, September 3, The "black hund'eds" are arriving and
many Jews have been killed in fighting.
ANTWERP, September 3. In a Labor Day riot among trikiiig
dock men yesterday many persons were injured.
C I I1CAGO, September o. A carload of pineapples from Hawaii
has reached here in good shape.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 8. The Health Board reports an
additional death from plague and two new eases, one of which has ap
peared in Berkeley.
Two Labor Day parades caused a riot on lower Market street, one
person being fahilly injured.
HONOLULU, September 'J. The cruiser Cincinnati! will sail for
the Coast today.
Counterfeit coiners and their dies have been found on Maui.
On orders from Washington Honolulu has been quarantined
against San Francisco.
ST. PETERSBURG, September 2.--A church was dedicated on
Sunday on the spot where the Czar's grandfather was assassinated.
hALliA.MlWN lO, September 2. ice-l'reFident Fairbanks is at
tending the National Irrigation Congress.
NEW YORK, September 2. There is no change in the telegra
OYSTER BAY, September 2. President Roosevelt is preparing a
series of speeches to be delivered through- the Middle West and the
TEHERAN, September 2. The premier and two policemen who
were guarding him have been assassinated.
HONOLULU, September 1. Mrs. Henry Bcws died suddenly last
SAN FRANCISCO, September 1. Eleven cases of plague, !) of
which were fatal, were reported yesterday. The authorities are con
trolling the epidemic.
LONDON, September 1. The Anglo-Russian convention regulat
ing the status of the two powers in respect to Thibet, Afghanistan and
Persia was signed by representatives of the contracting parties yester
OYSTER BAY, September 1. Roosevelt has announced that he
will not interfere in the telegraphic! strike. '
WARSAW, September 1. Five more terrorists were executed heie
HONOLULU, August 31. Lionel Hart, formerly clerk in the
Standard Oil Co's. agency, is suspected as the possible incendiary of
the recent oil warehouse fire. An investigation as to the burning was
Governor Frear goes to Kauai to look into the Kapaa land deal.
All rice coming from Japan to this port must be fumigated.
The boatswain of the steamer Maui is under arrest for assaulting a
sailor on the high seas.
The O. S. S. Co's steamer Sierra arrived last night from San Fran
cisco with many passengers. There wa9 one case of plague among the
SAN FRANCISCO, August 31. An offer has been sent for 'Dick'
Renter to come here to play baseball in the Pacific Coast League.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 31. Louis Glass has been convicted
of bribery and is in jail.
LONDON, August 31. St. Paul's cathedral is said to be in danger
unless masonry supports are immediately installed.
SHANGHAI, August. 31. An epidemic of cholera in the Oriental
(luaners is spread in sr.
ODESSA, AuguM 31. The leader of tin Potempkin mutiny was
' WASHINGTON, August 31. The Japanese Schooner Nipi was
seized for poaching and afterwards released.
NAP1 ES, August 31. Ve.uvius i again active.
IIILO, August .'10. The route forthe new road to the volcano has
been selected. Work is to beniu immecliatelv. The Count v will fur
nish tools, accommodations, transportation and guards.
M:At4s 60 YEARS'
V v. $
vtj Tradc Marki
rmTi Copyright 4c.
Anrone spnrllntr a sketch mid 1ncriitlm ma?
quickly ttacertuiii our ofimioii fret whether an
invHiiti-iii is prnhatiiy piiUMituble. ('oniiiiuiiira
ttontriolly cmithUmtUI. HANDBOOK " laiuU
t'iil trot'. OMttt fehteiH-y fur t-uc unnif pulem.
I'.-itoiua t-Uwi tliroui.'h Muim A Co. rucwlve
tprci'U notice, without cimnro. iu the
A hnnixmiPly H!nrntl w, plclc. l.nrifPft tt-
ii tut t-.n i.f any (tfn-iit'iU M U. 'lVm-a. : ft
vf.tr: four rin.inhs,L HoiJ byall m'WBcteitiern.
iftUNN fcCo.6,tfw-- New York
HicWil vvir Over a Prince.
NEvVPOliT, R I.. An .-Mi-.
Oydeii Goelet imiiI M i Cornelius
VanderljiU are to have no i l.icc in
the festivities in honor of Crown
Prir.c.o Wi'liam ;f Sweden, who will
arrive here Aug. 22, for a st:iy of
five clays with Mrs. Stuyvesant Fisle
For the first time on the occasion of
the visit of a tlistiniruiied nolilemun
here, Mrs. Fish has absorbed the
Cottage rs, who are naturally much
Uiteres'ed in the matter, cannot but
view it in connection with the Fish
Harriman controversy, and so they
take it to be Mrs. Firth's first victory.
As Cornelius Vanderbilt stood with
Harriman, Mrs. Vanderbilt is not to
have uny part in entertaining the
prince, and as Mrs. Goelet is Mrs.
Vccderbilt's sister, she is also with
When the Orand Duke Boris visit
ed here four vears age, Mrs, Goclel
and Mrs. Vanderbilt led in tl.e enter,
twining in his I onor, as th y have on
the occasion 6f the visit here of every
other foreignec in years. It. is ul-n
interesting mat Mrs Ruber t Goelet,
who has been presented at the c uri
of Sweden and know a the royal fam
ily from her frequent visits to the
coast of Sweden in her yacht, Nahnia,
is also not on the list of those who
will make Prince William's stay de
Doubtless she would like to assist
and have the news of it i;o back to
Sweden, but her sin, Robert W.
Goelet, alsostood with Mr. Harriman
in the Illinois Central episode.
The visit to Newport of a titled
foreigner and the Circlet and Van
derbilt villas dark will be something
really unique in the social history of
the Uuited States.
Of truding nt the L.UIA1NA STORE the depend
able store. You mii)it save a few hteps by buying
elsevhete, but are you sure of the freshncHs and
quality?, Our j.'ocie' in every department are of the
best quality for the money. We would not make this
"tatetiient if we did not mean it.
The Best of Everything
Jt Live and Let Live Prices
THE : LAHABNA : STORE
Dry Goods, Groceries, Bonis and Shoes, Notions, Plantation Supplies'.
1 THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd $
I1UYS AND SKLf.S- REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & MONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIKE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES '
SECURES IN VESMENTS
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
tinvnt nt I' II W ATT
ii j l. i . , ii.i'i'iii
This brand denotes quality.
fp ' Leather needs. Send ycur
Hides to us and vou mav feel
certain of fair treatment.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Telei.hone Main l l'i.
Wo niiikc a specialty ;of this dej irttiionf: of our
work. And we solicit your tfado.
Willi anything in the way of cameras, koilaks
photo supplies etc. we can supply you. Mail or-
tiers given prompt attention.
HONOLULU1PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Modern Bath Rooms
. I Make Modern Homes I
IJWhen visitors come Isn't it gratifying to have your bath room vlllY
IJWhen visitors come Isn't it gratifying to have your bath room
o equipped that it wins the approving glance of everv citiral
eye 'Sainia4 Porcelain Enameled Fixtures make your bath
7oom modern and a room to be admired. Ve ell and install
this famous ware and can quote you prices that will please you.
When you place your plumbing contract with us you are assured
of high grade work and prompt service. Booklet illustrating many
neat bath rooms sent free.
Kahului R. i. Co., Mdse. Dept.
ICE CREAM PARLOR
Ordern" taken for ICIi CI IMAM,
F1MJ1TS, NUTS, CIGATS.
Ice Cold Drinks Always on Hand.
Market St. : : Wailuku. M;ui.
IVhvc-re.l in Wailuku every Saturday
iiinl ut Taiii and Hamaknapoko on
Wednesdays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, EGGS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PICS. CORN, ETC
1 elephoin; Orders to
A. H. L a n d g r a f
I'kci'k: Tun KA LUA i'ARM.
Telei)houe No. 359.