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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1908
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THE HENRY-WATESiiOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd I
I5UYS AND SELLS UKA I. ESTATE, STOCKS A I'.OXDS
WHITES FIRE AN!) LIKE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOUTH AN ES
SECU H ES I N V ES M E N TS
A List of High Grade Securities m.iilcd on application
iv o. I'.ox 4
Wo niiiko a spi'i-iiilty ol'this li-;nt nn-nt of our
work. And wo solicit your tr,nl.-.
With iinylliin.ir in llio w;iy of cium-r.is. kmhtks.
photo snpplios otc. wo can supply you. Mail or
ders uivon prompt attention.
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You can carry a largo variety of
stylos, and size up iptiokly from1)
our immense stock. Kaoli pair
shows the sound, honest quality of
Island orders solioted. Whole
sale and retail.
SPECIAL WHOLLSALt: li.Vll.S.
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1(151 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
This brand denotes quality
Write us in regards to your
Leather needs. Send your
Hides to us and you may feel
certain of fair treatment.
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- LIMITED -
HONOLULU, T. IL
Tolophoiio Main I I!-!.
Are you nil ready for the good times you are going to
have this Summer? If it 's Tennis, keep in mind the line
assortment of Rackets we have from S'.'i!l to 8 10.00 each
and the Slazongcr and W. iV 1. Halls as well as Nets,
If it's Hasehall, just rciucmhi r that wo have the com
plete SPALDI N( ! line and also have as oomph to a line of
lower priced hasehall goods. Our sporting soods ami ath
letic supl,y stock is now most complete and yon can gc t
nearly everything you need on short notice.
Lot lis send you catalogues and pruts.
When you want your carriage repaired 1 .
bring it to ihe right shoo.
GRNKKAL IILACKSMITMIING HOUSli SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
31 Hi I, . tl..!f ..I . .. HI....!
jl i'Ullll Ol. HUill IMilllvvlt ir tiuiinu, i'lillil
SPECIAL TO THf. MAUI NF.WS.i
Suijar '.( dog. t.vt Ji.W) Hoots Os. 1 1 .
HONOLULU, Novemhor 1. Mis. Abigail Campbell-Parker died
at 2 p. m. Saturday following an operation for cancer of the breast.
A straw Vote taken among the members of the Republican organi
zation gives Cat heart and the straight ticket a largo majority. Hoth
sides claim a victory in advance.
.YEW YORK, November 1. Tim Democratic party claims .'VIS
electoral votes including the solid South. Republicans claim '.2
votes. Hoth sides claim New York, Ohio, Indiana, Kansas, Connecti
cut, New .lersev, the Dakotas, Oregon, Rhndc Island, West Yirginia,
Wisconsin. Wyoming, Idaho and Montana. Taft estimates that he
will carry Now York by 100,000 majority although Now York city will
go Democratic by more than 70.000.
AMOY, November 1. Admiral Emory gave a reception on board
the Louisiana to Chinese ollieials. The presence of the Hoot is igi.orcd
by the (iovernmelit.
NEW YORK. November 2. Taft will end the campaign in Ohio
today and Hryan will speak in Kansas, going homo in time to vote.
Democratic chairman Connor estimates Hryan will carry New
York by .",0.000 and that ('hauler will ho elected Governor by 100,000.
AMOY. November 2. Throe thousand sailors are ashore toatteml
a luncheon given by Chinese ollieials They are limited to the recep
tion grounds for fear of cholera.
HONGKONG. November 2 Twenty-six shops h:(ve been tooled
and one hundred arrests wore made as a result of the anti-Japanese
hovcott; the rioters favoring its eont i ni: anoe.
SKOU L, November 2. The l;)th Division of Japanese troops are
HONOLULU, October Mr-. M U v Ateherloy spoke from a
soapbox for an hour vestenlav in fivor of the straight Democratic
There are more than SOD cavalry in the detachment to arrive her"'.
They will probably he stationed near Pearl Harbor.
Arthur M. Hrown appeals to the Hawaiians in favor of C.-itheari.
NEW YORK, October ."1. Hitchcock claims 2.V votes f.,r Tafi,
ineludim; Now York, Ohio, Indiana, Maryland and Montana.
Rockefeller and Carnegie have written letters favoring Taft and
for this Hryan givts thanks.
Mack of the Democratic party claims that the Standard Oil Co is
backing Taft ami (Vat there is a corruption fund of a million dollars.
WASHINGTON. October 21 Advices from the White House a re
to the effect that the Rockefeller endorsement is with intention to
MANILA, October ."1. Sperrv's Meet is 140 miles away.
TOKlO, October .'51. - Immigration companies are in dillieulties
owing to the regulations made by the government.
The steamer Mongolia will be bold hero for the arrival of election
NEW YORK, October 31 . Mrs. Win. Astor died of heart failure
To Maui News, Wailuku.
Molokai wireless station now reopened and in successful operation.
J. A. I'.ALCH,
Mgr. Win-less Tel. Co.
The Agitation for
An able artieal by Mr. K. Ishida
criticising the attitudes taken y the
Shinpo and the Nippu in regard to
the increase of wages for the Jap
anese laborers appeared in thcShiii
po of last Friday. The article is
lucid in stylo and concise in its
treatment of the subject.
Liberally translated it is as fol
lows: "The Nippu stands for immediate
increase of wages while the Shiniwi
advocates a careful treatment of the
subject and poaet ful methods. The
opinions advanced by those two pa
pers have each their own merits;
and neither of the contemporaries
is opposing the increase of wages,
but widely dilTering between the
two is the method or means to he
adopted to roach the goal."
"Advocates for higher wages, of
which the writer is one, are not
in ccssarily the supporters of the
radical advice of the Nippu. For
an illustration, one advises 1 his
countrymen to reach New York by
a jump while the other advises to
take a steamer, go first to San Fran
cisco, take t rain again in order to
reach the very identical city. The
latter stop is slower but surer. There
is nothing that is accomplished un
less it is done in proper time, place,
and by oppropriato method. The
advocates for immediate increase of
wages try to jump over a leap with
out waiting to consider the means,
U'ing so irritated over the subject
which t.h y have taken up only a
few days ago that they can not hae
time to think." 4
"A careless thinker always cries
for the immediate accomplishment
of his plan and keeps on crying and
Irnvling louder and louder until he
loses his head. The man who only
talks is not the man who accom
plishes. Therefore the true bene
factors of the Japanese laborers are
the men who carry out their objects
with deliberate sense and reason."
1 lawaii Shinpo.
. School Children.
The Hoard of Health wants it un
derstood that the examination of
school children now going on in the
public schools by the government
physician is wholly for the good of
tin- children, to protect them from
contagion. It is not to keep child
ren from going to school nor to im
pose hardships upon them.
If parents prefer, they may have
their children examined by their
own family physicians, and his cer
tificate as to the health of the chil
dren and their freedom from con
tagious diseases will bo accepted by
the government physician, Dr.
Hayes. In regard to trachoma,
With the Hoard of Health and Dr.
Hayes would Ik- very glad to have
children examined by their own
family physicians, and certificates
granted by them, as traejioma is a
disease which it is not easy to cer
tainly identify at one observation.
Family physicians, having opjior
timity to observe from day to day,
may certify with more assurance
either to the presence or absence of
The matter was brought up at the
mooting of the hoard yesterday
afternoon, and this was the senti
ment of all the members present.
MAUI PUBLISHING CO.,
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Machines for sale on the
Dig Discount for Cash
Machines for Rent
Uy the Day, Week or Month.
DELIYKIiEI) and CALLED FOIL
Wo have just received a new line
of Automatics and Family Ma
chines and all kinds of Needles
S. DECKER, Agent.
P. O. Iiox 25.
Main Street, -
ICE CREAM PARLOR
Orders taken for ICE CJIEAM,
FHUITS, NUTS, ClfiARS.
Ice Cold Drinks Always on Hand.
Market St. : : Wailuku, Muni
N-iUiing but. the host or '
Well Known Standard Hrands
RAINIER -AND PRIMO
25c 2 Glasses 25c
1 1 ia ij,iua rv r i: t-4 for
Island Spoi-tiu People
T. 15. LYONS, Prop.
J. A. ilos Reis
Ihirness und Shoemaker
Has moved his shop from the
Queen's l-odging House to the
Aluli IJlock on Market Street.
All kinds of repair work done with
promptness md satisfaction.