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THE MAUI NEWS
'S AjTURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1908
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd I
BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE, STOCKS A BONDS "
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTG AGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
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VVc make a specialty 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 given prompt attention. ,
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
I Everything Photographic'
FORT STREET, HONOLULU
"All America" fine shoes for
men are the shoes of today. Coun
try Stores that carry this great
line of men shoes enjoy the en
largement of business. You at
tract the best of trade by selling
"All America" Specials.
You can carry a large variety of
styles, and size up quickly from
our -immense stock. Each pair
shows the sound, honest quality of
Island orders solicted. Whole
sale and retail.
SPECIAL WHOLESALE RATES.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET, : : HONOLULU.
This brand denotes aualitv
X7ff lie in rertirAo f r jrur
f Leather needs. ' Send your
VCte- Hides to us and you may feel
tTlVT certain of fair treatment,
Metropolitan Meat Co. -
- LIMITED -
v HONOLULU, T. II.
Telephone Main 143.
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. SO to $10.(X) each
and the Slazenger and W. & I). Balls 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 sporting soods and ath
letic supply stock is now most' complete and you can get
nearly everything you need on short notice.
Let us send you catalogues and prices.
E, Q. HALL & SON, Ltd,
When you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it to the right shop.
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING HORSE SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
Main St. near Market, YVailuku, Maul
, Telegraphic News.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.I
Sugar deg. test 3.885' Beets 9s TJd.
HONOLULU, September 8. Labor day was generally observed.
Uev. Timing will go to China and work for reform.'
The llawaiians are being urged by Achee and Notley to draw the
color line strictly and vote only for natives. ' ?
Governor Frear gave a reception to Admiral Swinburn yesterday.
San Francisco cables in regard to th3 Ketchel-Kopke fight are
confusing. It appears Kopke scored a knock out in the twelfth round.
The fight between Attel and Mornn was a draw. .
Mrs. Paul Neumann was lost overboard from the steamer City of
Sydney from Acapulco. She is' believed to have been temporarily
NKW YORK, September 8. A riot occurred yesterday occasioned
by the poiice raiding a meeting of the unemployed for the purpose of
arresting Anarchists. Several Anarchists were captured. The riot was
quickly quelled by the police. '
CHICAGO, September 8. Bryan and Oompers adicssed thousands
of workmen today. They were most enthusiastically received.
OYSTER BAY, September 8. An armed crank. was arrestsd hero
DULUTII, September 8. Forest fires in this section are reviving.
Several towns are threatened and much alarm is felt.
HONOLULU, September 7. Lucas beat Hustaee in his own pre
cinct and Breckons was beaten in his precinct at the primaries Satur
day. The delegation w'ill be a mixed one. Rawlinf was elated dele
gate Uj the County convention in spite of the opposition.
Three thousand sailors were ashore Saturday and Sunday sd
ing money freely. '
In Saturday's baseball games the Pnnahous beat, the Diamond
Heads 8 to I and the Kams won from the Saints, by a score of 1 to 0
after playing twelve innings,
DULUTII, September 6. Forest fires consumed several towns in
this region. Four thousand people are homeless and a million dollars
worth of property was destroyed. x
NIDDLEBASS, September G. Taf( will speak in doubtful towns
in October. ' " , ,
YOUNGSTOWN, September G Beveridge, Hughes and Governor
Harris spoke in favor of Taft at a mass meeting yesterday.
TRENTON, September 6. Ralph Rose put the shot 53 feet 4
inches, breaking all records.
ST. PETERSBURG, September 6 The Holy Synod has banned
the participation of people in the proposed celebration of Tolstoi's
SAN PEDRO, September (i. The steamer Schnyack went ashore
Tuesday. The cargo wasfloated. There were no casualties.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 6.- President Martel and Cashier
Nash were indicted for making false reports of banks.
. VaSIIINGTON, September 7. It is rumored that President
Roosevelt will recommend that Congress increase the army to 100,000
providing 20,000 for the fortifications of Hawaii.
ST. PAUL, September 7. The town of Chisholm was wiped out
by fire. Six thousand people are homeless.
PARIS, September 7. Lagrange stayed 54 minutes in the air in
his aeroplane and traveled 50 miles making a world's record
DANVILLE, September 7. Gompers opened the campaign
against "Uncle" Cannon today.
SUEZ, September 7. The American battleships Maine and Ala
bama arrived. here.
HONOLULU, September 5. The widow of Judge Gear was mar
ried at the coast to Geq. P. McKenzie.
A sake brewing' company has been organized here.
Shot guns are being used to rid treesof rats.
The Territory will sue Ewa for taxes due.
A son has been born to the widow of James Low. Mrs. Low accept
the will.' v
Mrs. Matson has applied for letters of administration.
Commissioner Sargent is dead as a result of a fall.
MELBOURNE, September 5. The American fleet with the ex
ception of the New Jersey 6ailed today. The Collier Ajax collided with
the steamer Laurier. Both vessels were severely damaged.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 5. A. Blake (not Lake) has been
indicted for bribery in connection with the Reuf case.
TOLEDO. September 5. The next Grand Army convention, will
bo held in Salt Lake City.
INDIANAPOLIS, September' 5. The Governor has called a special
meeting of the legislature "to deal with the night riders.
SAN DIEGO, September 5. The yacht Lady jdaude arrived to
day. The town of Raw Hide has been comptetely destroyed by fire.
The loss is $1,500,000. There are 4000 people homeless.
BRILLIANT MR. WU.
Of the famous Wu Ting F4ng,
who is said to have become a recent
convert to vegetarianism, a Wash
ington correspondent said the
other day: . ;
"Vegetarianism may strengthen
Mr. Wii's body; his brain requires
no tonic. A more brilliant mind
doesn't exist. In my last inter
view with him he rattled off, as
you or I would rattle weather talk,
" 'He , who expects to find
pleasure in vice and boredom in
virtue is still a novice in both.'
" 'The most timid woman has
courage enough to tak scandal.'
" 'The rich meet relations in the
most distant foreign lands, but the
poor man. can hardly find them in
his own family.'
" 'The prison, though locked day
and night, is"always full.' "
Early in the morning 'session,
when the pupils were feeling bright
and happy, the teacher thought it
a good plan to give them sentences
to correct, troth as to grammar and
sense. She accordingly wrote on
"The hen has four legs.
"He done it."
Thoughtful little Ignatius at the
foot of the class pondered deeply,
and at the end of trfe 15- minutes'
time allowed for correction he
wrote: - .
''Ho didn't done it.- God done
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Machines for sale on the
Big Discount for Cash
Machines for Rent
By the Day, Week or Month.
DELIVERED and CALLED FOR.
Wa have just received a new line
of Automatics and Family Ma
chines and all kinds of Needles
S. DECKER, Agent.
P. O. Box 25. .Telephone 224
Main Street, - - - Waiiuku
During my absence from the Territory
P. L. Meyer will act for ine with full
power of attorney. Dated at Waiiuku
Maui Territory of Hawaii this 15th (lay
of August A. I). 1908.
D. II. DAVIS.
Market Street. Waiiuku
N'lUiinir but the best of
Well Known Standard. Brands
R AIMER AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Island porting People
T. B. LYONS, v Prop.
Ilegiiniing Saturday July 11th
100S, and continuing until further
notice, the Kahului Railroad Co. will
issue on Saturdays round trip excur
sion tickets from all points on the
line to Kahului ami return.
(iood only on date of issue.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
July 7th, VMS.