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-SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2 1,1 907
get the: hab
Of traOiiiL' at tin- LAIIA1NA .STOKE- the depend
al)le store. You miu'lit save a few .tcps ley I'uvinit
elsevheie. bi.t are yiu sure rf tin- freshness and
quality? Our jjnm's m every clepiiilitnn! are of Uip
best .quality for tin- money. 't would not make this
statement, if we did not menu it.
The Best oi Everything
At Live and Let Live Prices
THE : LAMA! n A : STORE
Dry Goods, Groceries, '.tots ami 'J cs, Notions, Plantation Supplies.
THE HENRY WATERilOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd
I5UYS AND SKLLS- IJKAI. KSTATK, STOCKS A- HON OS
WRITES FIRK AND LIKE INSURANCE
N K(jOT! A'l'KS LOANS AN Oi ;TO A(i KS
S KP L'ttKS IN VI . -M !; N TS
A List of High Ciradc Securities mailed on application
I'. O. f!ox 34(5
This brand denotes quality.
Write u; in regards to your
Leather needs. Send your
Hides to us and you may feel
certain of fair treatment.
Metropolitan Meat Co,
HONOLULU, T. II.
Telephone Main 14:?.
We make Ja specially of.this department of our
work. And we solicit your trade.
With anything in the way of cameras, kodaks,
photo supplies etc. we can supply 'you. Mail or
ders riven prompt attention. 4
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
FOIST STREET, HONOLULU
Modern Bath Rooms f
I Make Modern Homes
fjWhen vishon come isn't It gruifying to have your bath room
to equipped that it wins the approving glance of eve y. critical
eye? ".StanAtfd" Porcil.iin7.numeled Fixtures make j our bath
loom modern aud a roo:; to ' - admired. We sell and install
this famous ware and cn tjuoi ou 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 man
neatl bath roons sent iree.
Kaliulul K. R. Co., Mdse. Dept.
11. OK AM 'J ft A
ICE CREAM PAR LOU
Orders taken for ;!: CKivV.M,
VRU1TS, NUTS, CIGARS.
Ice Cold Drinks Always on llml.
Market St. ; ; WailuLu, Mau
Uclivcrrd in Waihiku every S.itunlay
.ni'l m 1 u i ami ll.imaknapoWo on
U c ilucbilays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER. EGGS
POULTRY. SUCKLING PIGS, CORN, ETC
Telephone Orders to
A. H. Landgraf
pRui'Kii.Toit KA I.UA FARM,
Telephone No. 359.
'M'tCIAL TO THE MALI MiWR.I
Sujinr SM dcg. test o.-S.) lli ot - its G-jil.
WASHINGTON, December IS. Justice Gould has granted :t
temporary injunction prohibiting the American Federation of Labor
from boycotting. Their actions have been deelaied unfair.
( HONOLULU, December 17. (irnentii.il, the chicken, man may
be brought back from the coast.
Thc'Committee of Seven of tin Leper Settlement have answered
OLD POINT COMFORT, December 17. The battleship fleet sail
ed today under the command of Admiral Evans. A the fleet passed
Virginia Cape the Connecticut was leading.
Roosevelt from the Mayflower bid the fleet adieu.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 17. Flags are flying from nil of
the business houses in honor of the sailing of the fleet for the Pacilie.
TOKIO, December 17. The statesmen of Japan have adopted a
programme of retrenchment, to be carried out next year in the army
and navy and postpones all imperial undertaking?. Tuxes on sugar,
oil and tobacco will be raised. Ito is preparing a new law under which
the lands of Korea will be thrown open to foreigners.
NEW YORK, December 17. Abrabain Hummel, the noted and
notorious lawyer, who was sent to prison recently, is dying in prison,
lie was one of the witnesses for the prosecution on the trial of Harry
PORTLAND, December 17. Ileal money is again in circulation.
BURMINGIIAM, December 17. There are 00 dead here as a re
sult of an explosion in oik; of the mines.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 17. A new president and a new
board of directors have been elected' for the California Trust and
HONOLULU, December l(i. Wallach has given his formula to
physicians here who will treat lepers for a consideration.
WASHINGTON, December 1G. Roosevelt proceeds today on the
Mayflower to Hampton Roads to bid farewell to the departing fleet.
Commissioner Sargents report chows a great increase in migration
during the year. That of the Japanese was '20'22 which was an in
crease of 1G301 over that of last year. An Immigration station is re
commended to Honolulu.
NEW YORK, December 16. The Sunday blue laws were again
TOKIO, December 1(5. The Korean crown prince anil prince Ino
arrived here yesterday and were given a royal welcome. Forces in
Korea will be increased to prevent the work of the revolutionists and
TEHERAN, December 1C The Shah is under the influence of
the reactionists. The populace fired on the parliament building.
PARIS, December 10. Gales prevail here and shipwrecks ate
numerous all along the coast.
HONOLULU, December 1 5.-1 n the baseball game the score
was Coast 4, Honolulu 1.
The Hilo proposition was not accepted.
(irucnthal, the chicken man, has skipped town on the China.
Owing to the horse not holding the lasso tight Mel'hee failed to
tie a wild steer tight in fifteen seconds.
Keliliki of Kahoolawe Avon the championship.
WASHINGTON, December lo. It is unlikely that there will be
any iinancial legislation this session.
HALIFAX, December 15. The steamship Kildona from the
Thames for Qucbccl; is ashore here in a dangeroua position.
LONDON, December 1". Prolonged rain storms have floud.-d the
ST. PET. EKSuU IK 5, December 15. Twenty-seven members of
the last Douma have been sentenced to exile in Siberia on a cbarire of
NEW YORK, December 15. Ruth Stor of the German team wi n
in the six days bicycle race.
The city is in the grasp of a blizzard.
HUGH TOWN, Saint Mary Island, December 15.- The seven
masted 'schooner Thomas W. Lawson turned turtle here and all but
the captain and two sailors were drowned.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 15. P.raiidenstein A'C. have bought
the entire output of the Honolulu plantation.
HONOLULU, December 1 1. The P.tillctin girls returned on the
Alameda yesterday. All are in good health.
laukea has dismissed Juan Turrel ami Rathboue from the police
SAN FRANCISCO, December 1 1. P.ail for the hank embezzlers
has been raised to t2O0,tJ0t on the statement oflleney that he has
positive proof of the guilt of the ollieials.
CLEVELAND, December 14. All of the brewers have agreed not to
sell beer to unlicensed dealers.
15EULIX, December 14. Exports to the United States are falling
off on account of the stringency in the money market.
RODRICK, Mo., December II. Robbers held up the ollieials of
the bank here and secured $ l,0o0.
NEW YORK, December 1 I. Owing to the flurry in the money
situation of New Orleans the American Sugar Refining Company
se :ured 40,000 tons of sugar at a very low price. Nine steamers will
move the purchase.
GOLDF1ELD, December H. One of the mines is being worked
conditions are ipiiet. ,
HONOLULU, December 11. Tho retail trade of the eilv is but
one half of what it was last vear.
MAUI PUBLISHING CO.,
FINB JOI5 PRINTING
BOOK BINDING AND
GENERAL PLANTATION WORK A SPECIALTY.
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HILO, December 1 1. The last game of base ball required 11
innings to decide. At the end of the tenth inning neither side had
scored. In the 11th inning tho Spaldings made four runs, IIilos noth
The Hilo team has now challenged all Honolulu for a champion
t-Lip game for the territory.
. tlicro is anything you ilosiro that is not carried
irt fctoclc, remember that a word to us is all that is
necessary, we'll to the rest. t
We carry all the staple groceries, as well as the
fancy. Dry Goods, Gent's Furnishinirs, Hardware,
Hay and Grain.
We are headquarters for Uaseball jjoods.
WAILUKU CASH STORE.
When you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it to the right Bhop.
GENERAL BLACKSM1TIIING HORSE SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
IN'min St. near Market,
. I . V J . V I j & 9
PHYSICIAN. AM) SURGIiON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING.
10 A. M. to M.
IP. M, toll P.M.
7 P. M. to 8 P. M.
CONTRACTOR and 11UILDER
Plans and Estimates Furnished.
Small Jobs and Repair Work by Day
Waii-uku, Maui, T. II.