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HE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1907
get the: habit
Of trading at the LAT1A1NA STORE the defend
able ftore. You might save a few stepp b-v buying
elsewhere, but are you sure of (he freshness and
quality? Our from1 in every department are of the
best quality for the money. W would not make this
statement if we did not mean it
The Best of Everything
At Live ami Let Live Prices
- THE : LAKASPA : STOP."
Dry Goods, Groceries, 3its and SV-es, Notions, f tanlation Supplies.
THE HENRY WATERiSOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd
r3UYS AND SPXLS- RKA1. ESTATE, STOCKS A fiONDS
VV RITES FIRE AND LI FE I N S U RANGE " -NEGOTIATES
LOANS AN D MORTfJ AG ES
SECURB:S INVEV.MENTS . .
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application .
P. O. Box 346
This brand denotes quality.
Write us in regards to your
Leather v needs. Send, your
Hides, to us and you may feel
certain of fair treatment.
Metropolitan Meat Co,
HONOLULU, T. l.
Telephone Main 1-43.
Wo make a specialty ofthisdcnartmcnt o our
work. And we solicit your trade.
With anything in the way of cameras, kodaks,
photo supplies etc. we can supply yo. Mail or
ders given, prompt attention.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
"JCvei y thin gjljhotogra 'hie'
1 ( FORT STRBET, HONOLULU
Modern Bath Rooms
Make Modern Homes
IJWhen visitor! come isn't it gratifying to have your bath room
to equipped that it wins the approving glance of every critical
eyt. "toudatsf Porce!ain Enameled Fixtures make your bath
loom 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.
Kahului R. R. Co., Mdse. Dept.
H. OK AMUR A
ICE CREAM PARLGK
Orders taken for ICE CREAM,
FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS.
Ice Cold Drinks Always on Hand.
Market St. ; j Wailuku, Mau
Delivered in Wailuku every Saturday
and at l'aia and Huniaktuipoko on
eilncsitays at lowest prices.
POTATOES, WATERMELONS, BUTTER, EGGS
POULTRY, SUCKLING PICS, CORN, ETC
I elephoiie Orders to
A. H. Landgraf
ruoi-RiETon KA LUA l'ARM.
Telephone No. 359.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Siiyrnr 9b" tlou' test ."..S.
HONOLULU, Dcceinb.ir 24. Wallach and Auhrriey ha ve eombin-1
ed for the treatment of those alllicicd w ith leprosy. Thcv demand ill
e of $10 from each pat lent before treatment.
N K ,V VOl'K, Deeeniher 21. (lovct -nor Hughes is haikcd by .'
strong Republican club which if working fr l.im Tor the Presidency.
VALDIVOSTOK, December 21. A re.-rbnont mutinied here and
killed its officers and is now piliagin;.: the district. '
LONDON, December 21. 700 veterans of the Indian mutiny met
in re-union yesterday.
WASH INCiToN, December 21. -Statist ics regarding immigration
iow an increase in arrivals over corresponding months" last year of
It lias been decided. that the troops are not needed nt Goldfield.
PORT OF SPAIN, December 21 The torpedo boat flotilla has
returned on account of an accident to Ib-li uiee.
NEW ORLEANS, Di 'cctnbor 21. Jetties recently completed in the
lower Mississippi are declared to be weak.
HONOLULU, December 23. This city is now under a strict
Federal quarantine. All steerage passengers are required to go into
quarantine for 5 days before leaving the city. First class passengers
ire required to report daily for 5 days before leaving.
HONOLULU, December 21. The cholera situation is satisfactory.
There are no new cases.
F. M. ttrooks lias sued Judge Wilfley for o(),000 damages for de
famation of character. Wilfley has retained Robertson. Roth left on
ttie Manchuria for the coast. v
Gay & Robinson bought the island of Lehua.
KEY WEST, December 22. A wireless has been received from
the fleet GOO miles east of Jupiter Inlet.
VALPARAISO, December 22. In a clasli between troops and
trikers seven were killed and Hi were wounded.
NEW YORK, December 22. One witness in the T. C. Druee case
was arrested on arrival in London on a charge of perjury.
WASHINGTON, December 22. Congress adjourned today to
SAN FRANCISCO, December 22. The Isth.nian was launched
here today. She belongs to the American Hawaiian S. S. C.
400 men employed on the Mills building have struck as a result
of a disagreement between the steam fitters and the men who are in
stalling the elevators.
NEW YORK, December 23. Lawson has started a new political
arty with Roosevelt and Johnson at the head.
RIO GRANDE, December 23. Preparations aro being made
to receive the fleet on arrival here. ,
PORT OF SPAIN, December 23 The torpedo boat flotilla has
proceeded hence. . f
ur.uijiii, wecemoer z.j. une mousanu school cniktren ate vir
tually starting on account of commercial inactivity.
PENSACOLA, December 23. Senator Mallory is dead.
BUDAPEST, December 23. Wekerere and Polongi have ought a
duel. No blood was shed.
IC-fOUIA. December 23. A cruiser will be assigned to protect
the ballibut grounds.
TEHERAN, December 23. Tl.eshah has accended to the demands
of the people relative to the constitution.
1I1LO, December 20. Wakcuo Juro, emploved in the gem ral
merchandise store of K. C. Kubo, has been charged with enihezzb ment
aggregating nearly iflCOO. Wakedo is in jail.
Earthquake shocks were felt hero Thursday. Ki'.auea is v?rv active
wifh much lire.
HONOLULU, December 21. A case of cholera wa f ,und in a
native house yesterday on River Street.
Wallach is to go to Molokai with Pinkhain and collect i.aiienU to
be treated at Kalihi. '
Local politicians are to be left out.
NEW YORK, December 21. Taft says the independence e.t the
Philippines should Le delayed for at least a generation. He refused to
LONDON, December 21. The government has consented to the
opening of the grave of Druee who was burried in ISVt't, Dnu-e is be
lieved to have been none other than the Duke of Portland in ilis-uise
.ind the colli a of Druee is believed to be filled with stones. T. C. Diuee
left a family while the Duke of Portland did not, hence the interest in
KANSAS CITY, December 21. Nearly one thousand indict
ments have-been returned for violations of tin Sunday law.
('OLDFIELD, December 21. The owir-is of the mines absolutely
refused to recognize the Federation of Labor. The troops arc to be
withdrawn oi. the 30th irfstant.
SAN FRANCISCO. December 21 Drown and Ral.ell of the Cali
fornia Trust Co. have been indicted.
MAUI PUBLISHING CO.,
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POST OFFICE BOX 5
TDLEPHONB NO. 319
HIGH STREET, WAILUKU, MAUI COUNTY.
Why' don't you try a glass of
Primo Beep before retir
ing? There's nothing in this
beer that can harm you.
There's much to do you good.
C09OGO 003000 Gm&
1 thcro is anytliinii you desire that is not carried
in .stock, remember that a word to us is all tiiat is
necessary, we'll lo the test.
We carry all the stap'e groceries, as well as the
fancy. Dry Goods, Gent's Furnishings, Hardware,
1 1 ay nnd Grain.
We are headquarters for Daseball goods.
g WAILUKU CASH STORE.
Koki is Released .
on 'Bond fcr $5090.
Honolulu, December 20. Moses
Koki, the Kumuelu postinaster who
is fcuspected of beiny tne man
who cut open the mail pouch and
rilled it of two packages of fold u
gregating 2jOO, was brought from
Hawaii this morning by larshal
Hendry, arriviug on the Mauna Loa.
He appeared beforu the U. S. Com
missioner and was released on a bond
for $5000, which was furnished by
Koki is extremely uncommunica
tive and has nothing to say iu regard
at je-esi nt charged with enilie..Iing
$10110 from the postofiie?, butiti.s
probaMe that the morn serious
charge of robbing the United State
mail will be placed against him.
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it i . i fi i nm i nn mm inm
AH His Trade.
Judge What is you:- trade?
Prisonpr (who was caught hi a
gambbng house raid) I'm a locksmith.
Judge What were you doing in
there when the police entered?
Prisoner I was making a bolt for
the charges against him.' lie is ' the door.
V When you want your carriago repaired to last
ji nig ii to me rigut biiop.
GliNlillAL BLACKSMITH SNGll()!iSIi SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
iVwsirt St. nctif Miirkct,
DII. F. A.ST. SURE
PHYSICIAN AND KtRCHON.
OFFICE: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, i
10 A. M. to 12 M.
1 P.M. to 3 P.M.
7 P. M. to 3 P. M.
CONTKACTOU and 15UILDER
I'lans ui'd Kstimates Furuiahed.
Small Jobs and Repair Work by Day
Wailuku, Maui, T. II.