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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 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 It?, to .".00 Its.
FIXTURES of all kinds.
COMPLETE I'UNT.S properly installed.
Let us talk ''GAS MACHINE" to you and we can convince you
that you require an outfit to make your home complete.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO'S
MERCHANDISE. DEPARTMENT Sole Agents
"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
"All America" Specials.
You can carry a large variety of
styles, and size up quickly from
our immense Ftoek. Each pair
shows the sound, honest quality of
Island orders solicted.
sale and retail.
SPECIAL WHOLESALE RATES.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET, : HONOLULU.
Nothing but the best of
Well Known Standard Brands
RAINIER AMD PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island Sporting Poople
T. B. LYONS. P r o p .
Machines for sale on the
Big Discount for Cash
Machines for Rent
By the Day, ck or .Month.
DELIVERED and CALLED KOI.
We have just received a new line
of Automatics and Family- Ma
chines and all kinds of Needles
S. DECKER, Agent.
P. O. llox 25. Telephone 2'-M.
Main Street, - - - Wailuku
Next Door to Wailuku Cash Store.
Notice is hereby given that my wife
Mary E. Murphy, having left my bed
und board without cause or provoca
tion. I will not be responsible for
auy debts contracted by her.
Dated at Kahului, Maui, Territory
of Hawaii this 9th day of November
A. D. 1907.
ROIJERT J. MURPHY.
Nov. 1G, 23, 30, Dec. 7, H
Hawaiian Iron Fence and
Monument Works, Ltd
m FENCE GHEAPEfi 13AH WOOL
I Wa Sail Iron Fence
Mold ndnl," Wot MV Fair, M. Louis, ilftn.
P.rici' U t lin ii ii i-fritHfC'itiM' wtoit (Vino. Why
1 us inoHt ftniiomnul ti'm-e yon can tuiy, ,
not rcf'o your M oiiu now witii a ut'ut, at- ,
tr'M'IlVC IKUW fBIJ;.
Ovt'l H)u Kltlinnf Iron r't'liro.
Iron Ho'i t un( iiii. vu
jmypr -nr'.'j lnv Prices
Honolulu. T. H.
Penn, The Hawaii
an, Roughrider, and
COIi.N'KR IIOTi:!. a id .l-UT ST.-
For hiiIc by
KAHULUI STOIlli, KAtlUI.DI.
I'AIA STOUti, I'AIA.
.Mfa. 60 YEARS'
'TfiTi Copyrights Ac.
Anton (tending a nketrh and description tun?
quirk If ftB'tr(uni our opinion true whether uv
tnvt'iitimi is prnhnhly putem h1o. Cotiimutitrii
li1.riMHtrK'Uy-H,Uiontinl. HA HOOK ou I'uteula
vnt tri o. Ol ileal utfvui y fur pfcuruifr patents.
la!iiitf tuutiH through Muni; A, Co. cucvlve
$ptril notut, without clmru', iu the-
A hnninni(ly niu-trntpl wk1v. I nr rpn ctr
t'lilniM!! uf auv M-iendi'i! Jniu-iKii. '1'i-nin. Jii
ye ir: t-uir iii.nilhs, iruM by all now iTR.
liraoch iUhcu. b V ft.. Waahibttuii, I). C.
'SPECIAL TO THE MAUI ISEWS.i
Sugar 9G (leg. te?t 3.G25 '
HONOLULU, December 10. Alexander Mackintosh will be dropp
ed from the echool roll9 unless lie reports for duty at the beginning of
the winter term.
Private letters tell of Mrs. Weatherred's borrowing all the pin
money from the lucky nine and of her failing to return any of the
same. One girl let her have $140.00.
OLD POINT COMFORT, December 10. Admiral Evans has as
sumed formal command of the ilect bound for the Pacific. Various
vessels are now assembling.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 10. Manager llrown cannot get
$70,000 for his release from jail. Director Hartlet has furnished that
amount for himself.
WASHINGTON, December 10 Kuhio has introduced a bill pro
viding for .$2,000,000 for a dry dock at Pearl City and one bill for$',C0,
000 tor immediate use.
GOLDFIELD, December 10. The mines will resume work today
under the protection of the military.
NEW YORK, December 10. Governor Hughes has removed
Street Commissioner Sohwerin for neglect of duty.
MONONGA1I, December 10. Seventy-eight bodies have been re
moved from the coal pits. There are over five hundred dead.
LONDON, December 10. The Kai.er arrived here today. He is
accompanied by von Bnelow and Princess von Duelow.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 10. The trial of Pat Calhoun will
begin January 7.
IIILO, December 10. In the base ball gameyepterda'y the
Spaldiugs won in a score of 7 to 3. There was not a run until the
HONOLULU, December 9. The Castle Estate has given the
Manoa property to the Associated Kindergartens.
MONONGAH, December 'J. Five hundred are believed to be en
tombed here in a mine. Twenty-nine bodies have been recovered.
STOCKHOLM, December 9. King Oscar is dead. Gustavo hair
SAN FRANCISCO, December 9 Manager Brown and director
Burnette of the suspended California Safe Deposit Co. have been ai rest
ed for embezzlement.
GOLDFIELD, December 9. Quiet prevails and the mines will
open Wednesday with non-union men.
NEW YORK, December 9. The old blue laws were enforced here
WASHINGTON, December 7 Secretary Taft has sailed for home
to be at the funeral of his mother who died today.
STOCKHOLM, December 7. King Oscar is dying.
GOLDFIELD, "December 7. All is quiet here but trouble is ex
pected to break out at any time.
VLADIVOSTOK, December 7. Twenty-one mutineers were sen
tenced to death.
WASHINGTON, December 7.
tion will be held in Chicago June
HONOLULU, December 7.
appointed temporarily as dean -of
It is reported that Lenord, a
ganization of reiteration of trades Unions on Hawaii. Japanese gave
GOLDFIELD, December 7. Nine companies of infantiy are ex
pected here today. The strike breakers will not be put to work until
the soldiers arrive. Serious trouble is expected.
MONONGAH WEST, Va. December 7. 400 miners were killed
here today by the explosion in the jj.t of the Consolidated Coal Com
pany. WASHINGTON, December 7- Panama Canal bonds sold at 3?0
premium. . ' x
' TOKIO, December 7. Kaneko thanked Roosevelt for the expres
sions in his message to Congress in re immigration.
WASHINGTON, December 7. Harry S. New of Indianapolis was
elected Chairman ol the National Republican Executive Committee.
PITTSBURG, "December 7. The Pitt River National bank
Gives Life; Saves
Kl l'asi) (Tf.xa-), NiivciiiDiT 8.
I'lil o.nji, ( In- heroism nf Knini't"'
Jesus Ga' i ia. I lie Mexican town of
N'a'-uza'i. in lb.- Siaif of Sneora.
aii'i iu n.ii uMimi i.f M'vi-i 'il tli"ii
itl i'1i wi-re K.iveil from (li
st iucli.ui yi'ti-nlav af Ihiiiooii.
-ia isave up lii- life in bis elToi'l;
how i-ver, mill lis t- ul y was blown t
Twn i-ir Ii ail- oMmamiti on ll:c
narrow nau;i' to tin- 1'ilnres mine
to"k lire in .-oine in vstei ions manner
and tHrf tovMi, nie!ter and popula
tion were threatened. Garcia back
ed his locomotive and coupled ll to the
hurninu ears wliilu the population
fled. Opening wide the throttle and
tooting his whistle at every yard to
warn others away, he started down
the roud and got half a mile from the
station before the flames ate their
way to the explosives and set off two
ears of combustibles.
With a roar that shook the town
and a force tha', tore a hole in the
earth 25 feet d-:ep, the dynamite ex
ploded. Not even a piece of the body
ot the Mexican has been found
The National Republican Conven
Pope of the Normal school has been
the Agricultural college.
pwno tuner i3 arranging for the or
Vivas Goes Free.
Attorney Vivas of Wail ku wa
this inoniin'.' discharged frmii i ii'-toiiy
by Chief Justice 1 l.ir t well. M-ho grant
ed his petition fur a writ nf huticbs
Tiie Chief .lusiiee in disc! ai ginj.1
the prisoner did mi merely on tt ch
nicui gYouiitls. lie did not t n'cr at
all int. ihcqu'SMon a lo uL.iUroi
not Vivas had been in eotiti inpt ol
court, which was the reason fur hi
being committed io jail for live d iy
bv District Magistrate McKay of
Wailuku. The law dues no. allow of
ar.v appeal on such a question.
The rea on the Chiel Justice grant
ed the petition wrs that the commit
ment was not in proper foim. It
only specified that Vivas was com
mitted to jail for contempt of court.
Section 3l)"3 of the Ri-visi i! Laws
specifier that "whenever any person
shall be adjudged guilty of any con
tempt or senteneeo therefor, the
particular circumstances of tin
offense shall be 'ully set forth in such
judgement and in the order or war
rant cf commitment."
This wai iu)t done in the Vivas
case, and lis a consequence, he jjoes
free. Hut hi has already served
four days of the live day seutence.
The hearinjj took place at the
home of the Chief Justice this morn
ing, Hartwell' not being able, ou ac
count of a dog bite, to be in court.
Vivas was represented by two attor
neys, Magoon and Humphreys.
GET THE HABIT v
Of trading at the L AH A IN A STORE the depend
able store. You might save a few ttens t-y buying
elsewhere, but are you sure of the freshness and
quality? Our gooc's in every deportment are of the
best quality for the money. Wc would not make this
statement if we did not mean it.
The lest of Everything
At Live and Let Live Prices
THE : LAHAINA : STORE
Dry Ocods, Groceries, Boots and Slioes, Notions, Plaatatioii Supplies.
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; - Leather needs Send your
Hides to us and you may feel
' " ' certain of fair treatment.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
We make jit specialty of this department of oui
work. And we solicit your trade.
With anything in the way of cameras, kodaks,
photo supplies etc. we can supply you. Mail or
ders given prompt attention.
HONOLULU PHOTO" SUPPLY 'CO.
Modern Bath Rooms
Makfe Modern Homes
IflWhen visitprs come Isn't It gratifying to have your bath room
to equipped that it wins the approving glance of every critical
eye I "VStftttdatsf Porcelain Enameled Fixture make your bath
Joora modern and a room to be admired. We eell 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 pompt service. Booklet illustrating many
neat bath rooms sent free.
Kahului It. (I, Co., Mdse. Dept.
KAHULLl, MAUI. '
ICE CREAM PAKLOR
Orders taken for ICE C J' ft AM,
FRUITS, NUTS, CTGAUS.
Ice Cold Drinks Always on Hand.
Market St. : : Wailuku. Mau
P. O. Box 346
HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 1415.
Delivered in W.iiiuku every Saturday
and at l'aiu and Hamaknapoko on
Wr.duesdayii at lowest prices. I
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, ECCSi
POULTRY, SUCKLING PICS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to j-
A . H . Landgraf I
I'roi'KIKTor K A LUAPARM, -1
Telephone No. 359. j