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The Lahaina National riBank
Chas. M. C..ke, Pres.
V. I,. Deeoto. .Mid Viee-l'res.
C. D. Liitkin. Cashier
Wtti. Henninn, Yiee-Pres.
R. A. Wadsworth, Director
A. Aallierg, Auditor
Number 10 and 290 Injured
Accounts of Individuals, Corporations ;and
Chicago, Noveuber 15 ' Debru-
a Imjx of GOOD CIGARS for Christmas.
Tlmt is iicrilous advice to nivo a woman, an a rule, hut
not ho if she takes care to urt one of our famous
It is perfectly .safe to oiler ANY MAN a Imx of
Robert Burns, Little Bobbies,
Van Dyck, GeneraS Arthur,
or Owl Cigars
Dangler Gasoline Stoves
Dangfer Gasoline Stoves
Keceivea xns i.';:no i-rize, very
HlSdest Award, jnd Gold Medal
at World's fa'i, St. i.ouls.
Simplicity and pcf-vt operation are the
features that contribute to the strength and
durability of D.iiS,:.:f ! por Stoves.
They are tvnrt.ttt? .iccordinj to the
safety requirement-! ct d National Board of
Fire Undcrwitcrn. Jin'; are on their list of
Can be bought on our new installment system of
is in the air. Ami there are anxieties afnl worries
too, that go along with it.
To tone you up mentally ami physically, ami
make you really enjoy the Holiday season, the re
is nothing like drinking with your tin uls a glass of
talized" football has been as bru
tal as ever in this session of 1()()8,
now Hearing a close.
'J he total to date in gridiron war
fare between. colleges, high schools
and athletic clubs is 10 dead and
The adoption of a more open
scheme of play has failed for the
third season to realize the hope of
the game that a cleaner record
could be shown .
Fatalities have been reduced to
no appreciable extent, atid more
players have been injured thus far
than were hurt in the season of
l(J0.r), when' the appalling record
prompted coaches and college
heads to revise the rules. This is
the list of the (b ad:
Wilfred Halthazer, Waterbury,
Conn, high school, fractured his
spinal column in a practice game
September 27 and died September
John . Cooper, University of
North Carolina, died November 6
at Clinton, N. C from an injury
to his spinal column sustained dur
Albert Daugherty of the Evans
ville, Ind , Voting Men's Christian
Association di .d November 10 at
Evansvillo from paralysis result
ing from a collision with another
player in a game November 7 at
Henderson, Ky. Team disbanded.
Ernest Dickson, 21 years old, of
the University of Arkansas died
November 5 from injuries received
October '20 in a game with Okla
J. J. Dyck, senior at Southwest
ern normal school, died September
19 from internal injuries received
the day previous in a game at
Thomas Evans, Utah agricult
ural college, died October 27 at Lo
gan, Utah, from a . broken neck
sustained October 21 in a game a
gainst the Colo.rado School of
G. Cooke Ferebee, Virginia mili
tary institute, died October 31
from concussion of the brain sus
tained in a game with Roanoke col
lege at Lexington, Va.
Charles Marker, 57 years old,
died November 8 at Great Bend,
Kan.r from injuries received two
weeks previously while a spectator
at a game
William M. Potts, 21 years old,
member of a school team at Can
uonsburg, I'a., died October 11
from concussion of the brain sus
tained October 8 in a game at Can
nonsburg. William Smith, 16 years old,
died October 19 at Clarion. Iowa,
from heart trouble following a vio
lent strain during a game October
17 between the Clarion and Eagle
Don't Get Excited!
We are not going to deliver any
more political addresses for
two years to come but will say
is the only place in town where
you can lie served with a good,
i well-cooked meal at all hours
of the day.
COXTRAC U)R and 15 U I I, UK R
l'lansand Estimates Furnished.
Small Jobs and lit pair Work by Day
Chas. Achi is under In
vestigation. Honolulu, November 19. It
reaUy does look very serious for
W. C. Achi, the politician and real
estate dealer, whose land transac
tions are being investigated by
Deputy Attorney General Whitney
under instructions from Chief Jus
tice Hatt well of the Supreme
Court. The first complaint that
was made against Achi came
through Mrs. Hiram, who hail paid
Achi .fy.SO for land to which she
never received title, but since that
the complaints have been coming
in with great regularity, and each
complainant who ctills on the Dt-,
puty Attorney General gives the
names of others.
Up to the present time there
have been eight eases, all practi
cally similar, that have been in
vestigated, but there are many
more to look into, all iA which will
be examined before any definite
step is taken. As has been said
before then! appears, to be no sense
in me nringitig oi civil suits, as
then are judgments on file against
chi which aggregate many thou
sand dollars, but which cannot be
collected. At the present time the
question seems to be whether there
will be criminal proceedings
brought or whether the steps for
cisharmcnt will fie till that the
charges ensure tit the bands of the
COKE & DAVIS
WAIL l! Kb, MAUI, T. II.
Bisniark Stables Co.
LIVERY, BOARD and
During the absence from the Territory
of lliili M. Coke, the manager of the
Mam I'ulilinhiiiK Company all amounts
due the said company are payable to C.
I). I.utkiu Treasurer 0f the Maui l'ulilish
iiijj Company, who is authorized .to re
ceipt for all moneys paid (it the l-'irst
National Hank of Wailuku.
MAI I ITliUSMINC; CO. LTD.
Per Hugh M. Coke,'
t. f. Manager.
Automobiles fop 'Hire
At Hack Rutcti
Meet all Island Steamers
Kxciusion Rates to Iao and I fait ideal
with competent guides.
We propose to hold regular
tion sales in Wailuku and sell
thing of value entrusted to us.
You probably have something of
value you do not need. Send it to us
and will we endeavor to sell to some
one who needs just what you do not
Announcements of date of sales
will be made from time to time,
(iive us a call.
Besides our usual display
of Holiday Goods and Toys
our yearly exhibit of Hawa
iian Curios is now ready for
your inspection. Remember
those you love who are far
away with a little souvenir
V. A VETLESEN. Prop.
The tttiove reward will he paid to any
one furnishing information of the where
aliouts of D. 1!. Had my, who on or about
November t, KyoS, waylaid and robbed
T. M. Trust at or near the Aloha Saloon
situated on Market Street.
O. F. Cash will pay the above reward
to the one calling at the Aloha Saloon
with the desireil information.
T. B. LYONS.
Per J. V Kerr
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
NEW RIGS--NEW TEAMS
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Foreign Exchange Issued on All Parts of tho.World.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent at Reasonable Rates.
MA It KEY S'lHr..
Full line of popular tn ands of
Celebrated Primo & Seie
25c s Glasses 25c
MAKE YOUR OWN , GAS.
The Sunlight "OMEGA" cetelyn
Generators HAVE. NO EQUAL
We are the Agents for the "OMEGA" ,and will chcerfullygive
GENERATGltS from 10 Its. to 300 Its.
FIXTURES of all kinds. j
COM l'LETE l'L XTS properly installed.
Let us talk ''GAS MACHINE" to you and we can convince' you
that you require an out lit to make your home coniplete. j
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO'S t
MnUCIIANDISti flEPAUTMBlVT Sole Agents
THE attention of the trade is called to
a change in the personnel and name
of the Hawaii Photo & Art Co. Mr. L.
R. Crook and his associates have retired
from the business and their interests have
been purchased by Messrs. C. G. Bockus
and A. R. Gurrcy, operating under the firm
GURREY & CO., LTD.
The company vill continue at its pres
ent address, Fort Street. Honolulu, with a
capable staff. Picture framing, developing,
and printing will receive the personal atten
tion of the management.
A full line of art and photographic sup
plies is now on hand.
The corporate name of Hawaii Photo
& Art Co., Ltd., will be discontinued and
that of Gurrcy & Co., Ltd., used in its stead.
GURREY & CO., LTD.,
A. R. Gurrcy, Mgr.
Best quality for the money
That's what you can depend on when you deal with
us. Our departments ate always well stocked with
the host and freshest of noods. We mean just what
we say. Call at our store and he convinced that you
can save time and money hy dealing with us.
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Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes
Plantation Supplies, etc.