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'S AT URDAY, JULY 11,1903
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 9i deg. test 4.39 Heels lis. (id. .
HONOLULU, July 7. The ministers and. Sheriff Iaukea held a
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convention yesterday and decided to proceed against the property own
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ups" into action. ,
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The prize fight complaint is before the Federal Grand Jury.
Twenty-five hundred jackies will parade on tlje 17th.
Jockey Ferrcira says that the thugs in Ililo prevented his winning
r. O. Box 34(5
the. last race.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 7. The Atlantic fleet will leave today at
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work. And wc solicit your trade.
With anything in the way of cameras, kodaks,
photo supplies etc. we can supply you. Mail or
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STRAIGHT FROM CENTURIES OF TOTAL ABSTINENCE,
take to whisky as a duck to water, because his natures craves
it; so does the African savage.
When our soldier boys went to the sultry Philippines, they
had no use for whisky, but welcomed Kttled lieer.
How do these two facts agree with the Prohibition statement
that "Moderate drinking is the mother of intemperance"?
Not one in a thousand of those who drink wine as a beverage
becomes a drunkard.
The best beer in the Territory or anywhere is
Are you all ready for the good times you are going to
have this Summer? If it's Tennis, keep in mind the fine
assortment of Rackets we have from $2.50 to $10.(X) each
and the Slazenger and W. & P. Palls as well as Nets,
If it's Baseball, just remember that we have the com
plete SPALDING line and also have as complete a line of
lower priced baseball goods. Our siKirting woods anil ath
letic supply stock is now most complete and you can get
nearly everything you need on short notice.
, Iict us semi you catalogues and prices.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.
When you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it to the right shop.
DAN. T. CAREY
Main St. near Market,
Dr. Jordan of Stanford has had his authority curbed by the
DENVER, July 7. The nomination of, Bryan is assured. A boom
for Win. Kinney for vice-president has begun among the delegates.
LINCOLN, Neb., July 7. Bell has been in conference vvi h Ilryat-
(trey and Johnson arc still candidates. "'
SAN FRANCISCO, July 7. lluef has been admitted to bail o
Secretary Garfield arrived here today.
NEW YORK, July 7. Explorer Peary is off for the Pole.
1lOMK, July 7. (ircat Britain, Holland, Canada, and the United
States have been removed from the jurisdiction of the Roman Catholic
HONOLULU, July C Battling Nelson knocked out Joe Cans
in the seventeenth round.
McFaland Welch fight was a draw.
The trans Pacific yacht race sails. The Lurline is leading. The
Hawaii was fourth when sixteen miles from the starting point.
Candy Boy won from Silent Beauty at Kapiolani park.
No baseball games were played here.
HILO, July 4. In the races here today Bruner won the second
race in one minute and forty seconds. In the fourth race Indigo won
in one minute and fifty two seconds and in the sixth race Indigo Avon
in thirty nine and one half seconds.
OAKLAND, July 5. Eight were killed and four were wounded in
a collision in a local railway.
DENVER, July 6. Ex-Governor Thomas, of Colorado wants
Roosevelt for Bryans mate.
No decision has been arrived at, Bryan is the strongest in tlu-field.
GUAM, July 6. The Alabama and the Maine arrived one day
ahead of the schedule.
BUENOS AYRES, July 6. It is reported that the government of
Paruguay is overthrown by revolutionists. The President, the Vice Pre
sident and five hundred men were killed in the frighting.
SEOUL, July 6. The Koreans are loosing heavily.
COOPERSTOWN, July 6. Bishop Potter is improving.
OAKLAND, July G. The ngin'ecftrt the -train is under arrest,
charged with manslaughter for causing-.tljie death of passengers here
yesterday. . .
SAN PEDRO, July 6. The naval reserves were refused admh
sion to dance. The dance ended the naval maneuvers here.
Sherman to Front.
James Schoolcraft Sherman is
Hearing fifty-three years of age, for
he was lorn in Utica, New York,
October 24, lS.r5.
His nomination comes as the re
ward of partisan duties on behalf of
the Republican party, and a? a re
cognition of his ability as a par
liamentarian. Mr. Sherman is not
an orator. He is a ready, convinc
ing and logical speaker and has a
His manner is cordial. He is a
careful, though quiet dresser and a
suggestion of sideburns adds an
ecclesiastical 'touch to his appear
Mr. Sherman's parents were well-to-do
lH'ople of Utica, of a long line
of New England ancestry. He en
tered Hamilton College at the age
of 19. In 1878 he graduated from
the Utica College of Law' and was
admitted to the New York State
bar in 1880.
The political career of Mr. Sher
man dates from 1884, when he was
dieted mayor of his native city.
Young Sherman early manifested
a distinct liking for polities and was
elected Mayor of Utica by an over
whelming majority. Mr. Sherman
is a careful planner and campaigner
and the shrewdness he turned to his
advantage in politics lie early direct
ed to his business affairs. To-day
be is a wealthy man', In ing president
of the Utica Trust and Deposit Com
pany and of the New Hartford Can
ning Company and is rather an ex
tensive property owner. For the
last twenty-one years Mr. Sherman
has served continuously in Congress
with the exception of the two years
from 1891 to 1893.
In - party affairs in New Yolk
State he has, since his advent into
public life, taken an important part.
He has served twice as chairman of
the New York State Republican con
vention, in 1895 and 1900, and has
been, vice-chairman of the Republi
can national caucus, in Which posi
tion lie came into close touch with
President Roosevelt and other party
leaders. In 190G he served as chair
man of the national Republican
Congressional committee. He is to
day the ranking member of the
House committee on interstate com
merce and as chairman of the com
mittee on Indian affairs he has long
dominated legislation regarding the
indians. He has also served on the
committee on rules.
James S. Sherman had much ,to
do with the construction of the rail
road rate law, but he is not, as has
been erroneously stated, author of
the socalled Sherman anti-trust law.
Mr. Sherman is a close friend of
Speaker Cannon, to whom, it is
claimed, lie stands next in Congress
in his ability as a presiding ollieer.
In his early years Mr. Sherman
was a protage of Roscoe Conkling
and James G. Blaine.
A good many of the Sac and Fox
Indians do not talk much, and
when they are in a store and see
something they want they pick it
up and pay for it. When Tom
Hall was keeping a drug store an
Indian woman entered it anil pick
ed up a can of Jap-a-lac and paid
for it. A few weeks later the same
woman was in again and Tom ask
ed her if she wanted another can.
She said no, they couldn't eat the
can she had. Stroud (Oka.)
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