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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER I?, iW,
MAKE YOUR OWN GAS
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We are the Agents for the "CMKUA" ;m.l vi;t cheerfully ive
GENERATORS from ID . (.. :;i" lt.
FIXTURES f all kin.ls.
' COMITATE PEWTS properly insl:i!!el.
Let us talk ' GAS MACHINE'" to you and uc ran onin ince you
that you require an outfit 1o iu:i!;e your home complete.
KAHULU1 RAILROAD CO'S
MERCHANDISE DEPARTMENT Sole Aent
'AII America" tine shoes for
men are the shoes of today. Coun
try Stores that carry this great
line of men shoes enjoy the on
Inrgenient of business. You at
tract the best of trade by selling
"All 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. Whole
sale and retail.
SPECIAL WHOLESALE KATES.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET,
Nothing but the best of
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AND PR1MO
25c 2 Classes 25c
HEADQUftRTERS I l
Island Sporting People
T. B. LYONS, !ror.
Machines for sale on the
Big Discount for Cash
Hawaiian Iron Fencs and
Monument Works, Ltd
I l .llodal." VV.nl-iV !;cir i-t. LoM:. I- I. 2
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Prici ! h, i haii n r-! .iM- ' "1 f.-nc.. V. ) V
nt n-i'l ' ' v.-;;r !) :.t- I.u.v . 1U ifc llfill, fil-
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HonolulUi T, I I.
Machines for Rent
By the Day, Wael; or Month.
DELIVERED and CALLED FOR.
We have just received a new line
of Automatics and Family Ma
chines and all kinds of Needles
S. DECKER, Agent.
P. O. Hox 23. Teleplior,e j'.'l.
Main Street, - - - W.ai!uku
Next Door to Wailuku Cash Store.
growing small chili peppers,
and who desire to sell them at
a good price in any j'.iautity,
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
Perm, The Hawaii
an, Roughrickr, and
CORK!-..'; HOTEL ami FORT STS.
Fop ti.ilo by
KA'.ILLtl STOiUi. KAIIULUI.
PAIA STUIIt, tAIA.
V 60 YEARS'
'KVV, COPVfllGHTS iC.
Apt''" spihVr.(f n nkt4 h itttd tiffcrioti .n my
ii. vnt . hi j.- pr. tiii hi y m iihlc ('ninmiiiuca.
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Sl'itf I ' (M!. I ' l i i t .IL'l'I.I tt I f l'Ill ll.LT IJUI HIIIS.
r. n i. y Mf n.iLt. chiirutl, in I he
'SIMJCIAI. TO Till: MAUI MIWK.I
Snuar il( dejr tet .V. He'ets '.)s. .d.
lHNOl UIil, October l-V 'I'lie Grand Jury is investignt inp the
Standard Oil ease.
A commitlee of Supervisors after testing declare eight miles too
slow for automobile ridintr. They will recommend a higher Fpeed
The Hoard of Education says it is twenty teachers short of the
number needed for the present school attendance.
Jas. Ii. Hi'.'ins of the Experiment Station, says he has 'arranged
for special rates for shipping fruit on trains of the Continental linos
Ltoiiii out of San Francisco. The rate is the same as that given to
California fruit grower!
SAX FRANCISCO, October 15. Rioting against the Japanese
broke out again yesterday. A mob of drunken laborers joined by a
large number of hoodlums attacked a ?apanese laundry and wrecked
it. The police responded to the riot call and beat off the rioters with
clubs. Two Japanese were severely injured in the fighting.
TAXGIERS, October 15. The rebels raided the Custom House at
Maxagin and seized 1(100 rilles.
1'IORLIX, October 15. The report is generally believed through
out Europe that Germany will absorb the German provinces in Austria
at the Emperor's death. It is odicially denied. The crisis in the ill
ness ei Emperor IVan. Joseph has passed and the immediate danger of
death is not appnrei t. '
STOCKHOLM, October 15. F'unds have been guaranteed for the
paymeeiit of the amount needed for a challenger for the America Cup
SAX FRAXC1SCO, October 15. The Grand Jury is investigating
the alleged plot to kidnap Abe Ruef and get him away from testifying
in the graft cases.
It is probable that Admiral Dewey will be in San Francisco on
the arrival of the Hoot.
NEW YORK, October 15. An organization has been formed
among the Postal Telciiraph men to arbitrate on all matters or com
plaints between Employees and Telegraph Companies.
1IOXOEULTT, October 4. The rubber convention on Maui proved
a great success. Governor Frear predicts that rubber will be a s:rong
rival to the sugar industry.
YVallaclfs mass meeting at Aiea Saturday night was largely at
tended, lie says he will talk no more. It is up to the leaders of tin
Hawaiian people He will do whatever Xotley says.
HOXOLULU, October 14 Joseph Smith.the anti-polygamy fight
er, is here to dedicate new church of the Reorganized Church of Jesu
Christ, of the Latter Day Saints.
A reception to the public will be given today on the French cruiser
A letter from Washington says that President Roosevelt favors
the criminal dock for oil men. '
MANILA, October 14. Great interest is taken in Secretary 'faff
visit. It is believed his opinions will influence the assembly.
TOKIO, October 14. Count Okuma bejieves the Japanese question
will solve itself by the discouragement of Japanese imigration and
strict enforcement of the law.
NEW YORK, October 14. Marconi ha3 made the statement that
Trans-Atlantic wireless will be inaugurated on Tuesday next.
SAX FRANCISCO, October 14. The steamer Mariposa, which ran
out of fuel oil, was towed here. Mate Watson rowed a boat 78 miles from
the steamer to Monterey to secure a tug.
NEW YORK, October 13. -President Small of the Telegrapher's
union told the striking telegraphers to return to work but they de
NEW YORK, October 14.-The Executive Committee of the Tele
grapher's Union has suspended President Small for attempted inter
fere nee in the strike.
VIENNA, October 13. Emperor Franz Joseph is weaker.
WASHINGTON, October 13 The cruisers Washington and Ten
nessee wero ordered to sail for the Pacific.
CHICAGO, October 13. The gate receipts at the ball games last
week were over ff0D,nn0.
OAKLAND. Oe'.ol'xr 13. In the game between the San Francisco?
and Oaklands Harney Joy went to the bad and lost the game.
...DETROIT, October 13. The Chicago Nationals have been declar
ed champions, having beaten the Detroits again.
LONDON, October 13. The Liberals have begun a i oratorical
campaign against tha present unrestricted power of veto of the House
HOXOLULr. October 12. -The m rcbants agree that issuinme
rates are fair.
The Jivu Shinbun received a dipateh from Tokio to th c IT. ct that
lb. Canadian authorities may keep out of Canada all Japanese from
Hawaii without the action being considered a breach of the existing
treaty between the tvo governments.
Wallaeh offers to furnish the Attorney-General with si llieient
evidence to warrant his arrest for practicing medicine without a
license. Waliaeh's playing for Hawaiian sympathy has been de
nounced by Delegatt Kuhio.
The court rooms occupied by Judges LimNay and Robinson have
been declared u nr-afe.
The steamer Alameda and the French man-of-war Catinet arrived
The T. K. K. S. S. Nippon Maru from the Orient left for tne Coast
VIENNA, Oetooer 12. The condition of the Emperor is critical.
LOS ANGELES, October' 12.- The Santa Fe Railioad has been
found guilty of rebating. The maximum line may be !fl ,000,000.
IIAYTI, October 12. Sixteen revolutionists were condemned to
death for i.tteinpting to overthrow tne government.
GET THE HABIT
Of Iraein.F at the L,H.1N'A STORE the depend
able Mi.r" You inielsl save a few hte)S by buying
risen hrrc. but lire voa sure of Hie freshness and.
quality? Om- i'ivu's' ,; eery eep:iltmt ut are or Hie
besl q'naiiiv for tee ir.nie'v. We would not make this
"tatenient if we did ret mean it.
T!ie Kcst oV Everything
At Live and Let Live Prices
THE : LAHAIFJA : STORE
Dry Goods, traceries, Piwts and SIiocs, Notions, I'lantatiim Supplies.
1 Hit; mVi WAiliii'JU3C tU, LIU I
DETROIT, October 12,
-The Chicago Nationals won again in the
NAHIKl', October 12. Sixty-three rubber enthusiasts from Maui
and Honolulu arrived at the rubber plantation at 5.40 a. m. After
breakfast at the Hawaiian-American quarters they began sightseeing
through the Various plantations. Two trees were tapped by Mr. Urad"
ford of the I'. S. Experiment Station, Honolulu.
L'UYS AND SELLS - Ui-IAI. ESTATE, STOCKS A RON OS
WRITES FIRE AND LH'E INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOi;T0AGES
RE' ' U 11 ES I N V l-'.S M K N T S
A L?st of High Grade Securities nia:'.cd on application
CORRESPONDENCE ? QUOTED
P. O. Rox 3Jt)
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, This brand denotes quality.
Write us in regards to your
Leather needs. Send your
Hid:s to us and you may feel
certain of fair treatment.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
- LIA1ITED -
HONOLULU, T. II.
Telephone .Main 3 4:-!.
f. ,wn h m"mTvrirmtr l?rwB!r'VD!j.fwi u .if i
Yu make a spoci-.ilty of this 'ilopart inent of onr
work. And we solicit your t ratio.
With anything in tlio way ol' oamoras, kodaks,
holo siilio.s etc. wo oan supply you. Mail or
dors"jiivcn jM'onipt attention.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU
Modern Bath Rooms f
S Make Modern Homes I
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tQWhen visitor come isn't it gratifying to have your bath room '
io equipped that it wins the approving glance of every critical
eye ? "taililiUKj"' Porcelain Enameled Fixtures make your bath
Joom 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 contract with us you are assured
of high grade work and prompt service. Booklet illustrating many
neat bath rooms sent free.
kaliul ni K. !5. Co., Mdse. Dept.
ICE CREAM PAS? LOR
Orders taken f,.r ICE CiiEAM:
. FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS.
Ice Cold Drinks ALvays rei Hind.
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
Hint at l'.iia ami Hamukuapoko ou
W i-iiucMhiys at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, EGGS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
A. I i . Landgraf
Pkoi'kiktok KA LI' A FARM.
Telephone No. 359.