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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1908
Nuhoopii, Tnuhau ,
Iiwaliko, H. II.
Holcso, Ja9. K.
Kmihauui, A. A. -Kalialepohaku,
Kahauk-lio, I). II.
Kalilikane, M. K.
KaloUcaulani, J. W.
Kauuiaka, J. Kamai
Kaulili, J. V.
Kekoowai, S. K.
. Kukalabiwa, J.
Kualapai, Kaiuii .
l.apauila, J. W.
Paalubi, A. L.
Pakalaka, S. W. K.
Burrows, J. K,
. 'Kaikai, David
" Kupa, Katnekona
Napoliona, S. B.
Pahupu, N. S.
Bucbanan, C. A.
Brown, J. F.
Conradt, Mrs. C. C.
Cockett, C. B.
Castle, J. B.
Dart, Mrs. Mary
Dowsett, A. C.
" Kaai, Maria
" Nowlein, Sam
Hitchcock, II. R.
Kamai, A, L.
Kalua, J. W.
Kabapuu Kubelu ,
Kaiue, S. E.
Kekaula & Co.
Manase, Rev. II.
McVeigh, J. D.
. 6 oo
. J 00
15 2 .5
Naki, Mrs. Clara 9 3
Nnkuina, Mrs. E. M. I7H 55
Nauka 5 4"
Napaepae, J. K. 3
Pibe 3 15
Papi, Ilarrv 7
Piiapoo " " '9
Pa, Zclie Hal (Lima Lands) 5 A"
l'aahao. L"ka 2 7"
Poaha '" lSo
Pualani, Malie ( 5"
Prtmlergast, John 10 o
Pnuhiwa I" 25
I aalubi, Emma 2 15
Place, Mrs. W. 3
Pnnniani, Kalua 1 05
Rciman, Makak-ka 6 40
SiuU, Mrs. C. W. "3 7"
Smith, Issac 4 9
Townscnd, Gourde 7 6,1
Uaua (v) 6 45
Waiaiiia 7 fxi
Waiaholo, Ed. 8 20
Wnbinalo 7 60
Wilson. T. II. lol bo
Williams, Charles 1 t
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a
correct list of the Delinquent Taxes for
the Second Taxation Divison, Islands of
Maui, Molokai and Lanai, for the year
1907 to the best of my knowledge and
Signed Wm. T. HOIUNSON,
Assessor Second Division
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HONOLULU, February 18. Tim Federal government will dt
nothing with Pearl Harbor at this
.President I'inkhnm of the Hoard
lic against Nuua.nu water by advising
11. K. Pieker, the insurance agent, is doing things with the people
of San Francisco. His check lias been relumed dishonored.
BAN FRANCISCO, February
in the appeal of the Nakasliiina case.
Honolulu on his way to San Jose and
and Attorney Dunne appealed and
ST. PETERSBURG, February 18. The war scare occasioned In
die strained relations between Russia and Turkey is taken seriously by
members of the general staff.'
PIFLIF, February 18. The Turkish army reserves are mobiliz
ing on the Persian border.
OTTAWA, February 18. A parliamentary investigation has been
decided upon in the Japanese troubles in Vancouver. Parliament will
also disallow t he Natal act.
San FRANCISCO, February 18. Ilebbard has been replaced by
GALVESTON, February 18. One death from yellow fever occurr
ed on board a steamer arriving here from Brazil.
WASHINGTON, Ftbruary 18. The House reports favorably, on
raising the limit of leases on agricultural land.
NEW YORK, February 18. Refined sugar hns dropped one-tenth
of a dollar per hundred pounds
PORTLAND, February 18. The Merchants National Bank has
IIONOLULU.Tebruary 17. The little daughter of John Amasiu
was badly burned while playing with matches.
The A. II. steamer Nevadan arrived from Taeoma yesterday.
After discharging freight for this port she will sail to Kahului
HONOLULU, February 10. Wallaeh denies the statement that
Dr. Atcherley has the secret of his cure. He is still in jail and there
are no signs of his releases
Arrangements have been completed for the Floral Parade on
Washington's Birthday. Forty autos will be in line.
Justice Ballou advises the people to plant vegetables in preparation
for the coming of the battleship ll'-et as there will be 20,000 men to
The new Agricultural College opens tomorrow.
NEW YORK, Fbruary 17. Minister Takahira, who has just
arrived frcm Koine, says that wr'between Japan and the United States
is 100 nciiisn 10 ujiiiK ui.
SAN FRANCISCO, February
have been'raised to clean the city.
NEW YORK, February 17. Banker Morse has been arrested Jor
stealing $200,000 and was bailed at $20,000;
' PITTSBURG, February 17. The flood is subsiding.
NEW YORK,' February 1G. The Countess Sztehenyi, nee Van
derbilt, has taken her husband to Europe
PITTSBURG, February 16. The Allegheny and M..nnngahela
rivers are rising a foot an hour. Many towns 011 the headwaters are
partly innundated and 20,000 people are out of work,
WHEELING, February 1G. One thousand families are homeless
on account of the floods covering the lower sections of the state.
LONDON, February 16. The epidemic of influenza here is the
worse in years, Gampbell-Bannerman is among the affected.
TOKIO, February 1G. Myaoka, attached to the Embassy at
Washington, has been recalled. Matsui, of the Paris Embassy, suc
LONDON, February 1G. The Shah of Persia has not been assassi
NEW YORK, February 16. Receivers for the Mutual Reserve
Fund have been appointed under bonds of -f 100,000.
WASHINGTON, February 16. Prosecution will be instituted
against the Southern Pacific for paring rebates.
SAN FRANCISCO, February 16. Attell and Kelley have fdgiud
to lijiht on February 28.
NIC A' YO.tK, I'Vl'iu.ii v 1(5 Miss Sleut- was married to the Due
I Chaulness y.-'er-'a y.
HONOLULU, F.-iniar l-V Yum Fuch, the silver tomjued orator,
is here. He U im - 'lit ilt lay iii ' ii' s:ik luatti r on the other ride.
J. M. 1'a
.m-I1, .ii. e
Los Angeh s.
'I'll'' stetinii'i' Ai.uneda iias
Keilogg wi ked iiai'd t' seeuii
VIENNA, February 15.- An
that the shah of Persia was assassinated
MOHILE, February 15. Three towns have been destroyed' by a
ertdone. Twelve peisons were killed and 40 injured.
VALPARAISO, February 15. The American battleship fleet pass
ed close in shore today making a magnificent scene.
WEST POINT, February 15. Secretary Taft presented diplomas
to more than one hundred graduates yesterday.
PORTLAND, February 15. The American ship Emily'Rced was
wrecked at the mouth of Nehalan. Ten of the crew were drowned.
SAN FRANCISCO, February 15. Ruef says he gave evidence
against Schmitz only because he was promised immunity.
NEW YORK, February 15. A receiver has been asked for the
Mutual Reserve Life Association.
NEW YORK, February 12 The Federal tirand Jury has indict
ed Morse, the banker, on three counts.
I5EJ1LIN, February 12. Ilubonic plague has been reported from
WASHINGTON, February 12. The House Military Committee
recommends an increase in the pay of soldiers.
of Health again warned the pub
to boil it for drinking purposes.
18v Judge Dole hns been sustained
Defendant had been stopped in
a test case was made. He won
17 Nine hundred thousand dollars
!ii iit attorney ln-re, is pi i.nlle.ss
l ! u titled as fruit carrier,
nii'iiiier line from the Coast.
unconfirmed report has been received
MAUI PUBLISHING CO.,
FINIi JOB PP'
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