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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, JULY 18, 1908
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1 THE HENRY WAibKIIUllSb TRUS1 CO. Ltd i
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STRAIGHT FROM CENTUM ES OF TOTAL ABSTINENCE,
take to whisky as a duck to water, because his natures craves
it; so docs the African savage.
When our soldier boys went to the sultry l'liilipiiines, they
had no use for whisky, but welcomed bottled beer.
How do these two facts agree with the Prohibition statement
that "Moderate drinking is the mother of intern peraiKje"?
Not one in a thousand of those who drink wine as a be vera ye
becomes a drunkard.
' The lust beer in the Territory or anywhere is
SUMMER SPO RTS
Are you all ready for the good ti'incs you are going to
have t f lis? Summer? If it's Tennis, keep in mind the line
assortment of Tuckets we have from ?2..") to $10.00 each
and the Slazenger and W. it D. 1 kills as well as Nets,
If it's liaseball, just ri im iill k r that we have the com
plete SPALDING line and also have as complete a line oL,
lower priced baseball goods. Our sporting soods and atlji
lot ic supply stock is now most complete and you can gct,
nearly everything you need on short notice. ' vj ti'
Let us send you catalogues and juices. -,' it"
(MMCIAL TO THE MALI .NEWS.!
Sugar Hi; de. test A. 39 Heels lis. 5jd.
HONOLULU, July 13. In the base ball games here today the
score stood, St. Louis ". Kelo 1; Diamond Heads 4. Santa Clara 3.
HONOLULU, July 12. In the baseball games here today the
score was Puns :, Keio 2. Santa Clara 2, Kaiiis 1. There were 2X00
HONOLULU, July 13. The licet will slow down today so as to
pass the leper settlement at dawn Thursday.
The town was illuminated last night with colored lights. It was
a great sight.
Taylor bade good bye to the police force yesterday. He leaves on
The ladies of the navy are expected on the transport Thomas to
day. TOKIO, July 13. Katsura has been summoned by the Emperor.
It is expected that the cabinet will be announced today.
There is great indignation expressed over the cxculsion plank in
the Democratic platform '
NEW PORT, Jily 13. Hear Admiral Thomas was buried toda.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 13. The Washington and Tennessee,
the Litters the flag ship of admiral Scbree have gone north.
NEW YORK, July 13. The hottest day since lt)01 has been ex
perienced here. There were two deaths from sunstroke.
MARIN MASS, July 13. Four prominent men were killed by an
explosion on a launch yes erday.
MANAGREA, July 13 The Honduran rebels have abandoned
Garcias and fled to Salvador.
PANAMA, July 13. Obaldra has been elected President to suc
ceed Amador. The election was quiet.
HONOLULU, July 12 The plan of fumigating pines beforeshipp
ing is not working out satisfactorily. Californium claim that the pests
are not all killed and refuse to accept the fruiL
MEXICO CITY, July 12 The Govern nents of Mexico and the
United States unite to intervene in Honduras if requested.
MANAGUA, July 12. The Nicaraguan Government complains
that Salvador and Guatemala are abetting Honduran rebels.
YOKOHAMA, July 12. Eight thousand Dollars have been appro
priated for the entertainment of the American fleet.
CJIILAUO, July 11. l lie temperature is t lie lnuhesl in vears.
Four are dead from sun stroke.
WORCESTER, July 12. The American crikcters won from the
HONOLULU, July 11. The wireless station at Kahuku received
a message from the licet last 'night.
Captain Rees does not believe that more than eight ships will
come to Honolulu.
American citizens of Chinese-descent may heteafler travel at will
protected by a certificate proving citizenship.,' vii.'i"
The International baseball series begins lUday.
Captain Carter was fined $2 for assaiiUing reporter Moore of the
Hulletin. . , av
DENVER, July 11. Bryan says' lift will serve but one term if
elected '-,a J
Kern of Indiana was noninateiMor Vice-President by acclamation.
Frank Harvey of Honolulu jft .the committee) to notify Rryan
and Shinman of Hilo is on the committee to notifv Kern.
John Lamb of Indianna 'is mentioned for chairman of the Na
tional Committee. , " .. '
NEW YORK, July iljrrTwenty-two men have been indicted, un
der the new law, for botiwR on the races.
BISLEY, July lliThe Americans arc leading in the Inter
t SAX FRANCtSbo, 'July 11.- Ketchell and Kelley have been
matched for th ;,jl8t.
The battleship fleet is 540 miles from port and proceeding at eight
knots per hpur.f
The cryisr St. Louis sailed today for the Bremerton Navy Yard.
AtL'ATA, Ga., July 10 Tom Watson accepted the Populist
noinirjc ri for President.
When you want your carriage repaired to
bring it to the right shoi.
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GBNliRAL liLACKSMITIIING HOIiSIi SIfOniMI.
DAN. T. CAREY
Alain St. near Market,
Wailuku, Maui ' S
Julv fl. Associate
Juslive Hallou occupied a place
within the bar in Judge Dole's
iuurf yesterday morning. He did
ni'?jippciir as an attorney, but in a
capacity such as might be analagous
to that of a solicitor, in the English
fSrWetiee, "instructing" the barrister
iri tlie case, who on this occasion
Was H. L. Marx.
'''The proceeding was in the mat
6?r of the Manchuria case, which
fridge Dole decided a few days ago.
Marx, as proctor for the Pacific
'able Company, the owner of the
lubleship Restorer, presented a
motion for an amendment of the
decision adding to the allowance
for cost of stores and furnishings
(consumed in the heavy work of
salving thi Manchuria, !rlGO,02 for
ivulor ii ml $1473.7.1 for irninel
JK Associate Justice lsallou, helore
he went on tho bench, triod the
cSse on behalf of the Restorer, and
VVas intimately familiar with all
the testimony andiy'tters concern-
ed in the case. The motion was
presented by B. L. Marx, who was
his partner at the time. From
time to time while Mr. Marx .was
presenting the motion and the
argument in support of it, Justice
Ballou, who sat beside him, made
suggestions to him.
C. II. Olson, representing the
proctors for the Manchuria, oppos
ed the motion.
Judge Dole granted the motion
so far as to amend the deceision by
adding to the allowance made,
fl2G for water and $204.75 for
grapnel rope, making a total al
lowance for provisions and stores
consumed of $5,040.28.
The court then adjourned to
Monday, July 13.
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