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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, J 908
MAUI PUBLISHING CO.,
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Wo have nil tin; latest titnc-sii vinj? device that cnaUethe iiniahui'
to turn out superior work. Write us for particulars.
DEVELOPING and I'lUNTINO hy mail.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
FORT STRHET, HONOLULU
. "All America" fine shoos for
men are the shoes of today. Coun
try Stores that carry this groat
lino 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 nf
styles, and size up quickly from
our immenso stocks Each pair
shows the sound, honest quality of
Island orders solicted.
sale and retail.
SPECIAL WHOLESALE RATES.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET,
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.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
HONOLULU T. H.
Telephone Main 14:?i
Are you all 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.-M) to $10. (X) each
and the Slazengcr and W. & 1). Ralls as well as Nets,
Tajies, etc. N
If it's Rasoball, just remember that we have the com
plete SPALDING line and also have as eomplete.a line of
lower priced baseball goods. ()ur sporting soods ami ath
letic supply stock is now most complete and you can get
nearly everything Vu need on short notice.
Let us send you catalogues and prices.
E. 0, HALL & SON, Ltd.
lr;CIAL TO THE MAUI MEWK..
Suuar .) (b. teet DM IWts 10s. t.
HONOLULU, December 8. Rudolph Spreckels is here in tic
matter of the Federal building ito.
The Assistant Mother-General of the Sisteihood of the Sacred
Heart arrived by the Mongolia on a visit of inspection.
Governor Frear is doing good work nt Washington in labor
HEALDSlHJIUi, December 8 The cashier of the Rank of He
aldshurg is short $120,000, which vere lost through speculation by
his fattier The stockholders will reemburse the bank.
WASHINGTON, December S. The Secretary of the Treasury
states that the appropriations needed will be less than one billion
NEW YORK, December 8. It has developed that the Standard
Oil Co. of Indiana, with a capital of $1 ,000,000, had profits amounting
to $5." ,000,000 in seven vears.
PORTLAND, Ore., December ,S. The Kastside Rank was hold up
by three men 'and robbed of !f 10,000.
SAN FRANCISCO, December S.- Governor Gillette is ill in the
HONOLULU, December 7. Sullivan put out Millyj' in the sec
ond round anil McFadden put out Terry in the second round also.
Rozuet fought a draw with Scott.
Work on the Leilehua ost begins todav
WASHINGTON, December 5. Congress will "onvene at noon to
day ami adjourn until tomorrow in respect to the late Senator Allison.
Little legislation is expected except the passage of appropriation
Governor Magoon had a conference with Roosevelt yesterday
discussing the plans for the evncui:tin2 of Cuba.
ST. I'ETERSRURG, December 7. The budg.-t presented by the
Pounia commit tee was adopted. It autluui.es an external liin of
TEHERAN, IVrsia, December 7. I'roclnnia' inns have been post
ed by revolutionists condemning the Shah to death.
SINGAPORE, December '7. American licet passed here yesterday.
PARIS, December 7. Castro has been informed by the French
cabinet that he must apologize or stay out nf France.
WASHINGTON, December 7. Roosevelt handed out a loan
to mendacious newspapermen yesterday.
HONOLULU, December 5 Captain Caser and his assistants arc
hero to build the barracks at Ujtilehua It will require about two years'
NEW YORK, Deeembei 5. At a meeting of sut'fraget" held here
a letter from President Roosevelt wis read in which he said he did not
oppose the movement but could see no chance of woman iin roving
her condi'iini by it. Her place was at the head of the home.
PaRIS, December 5. It is reported that Cattaro Dalmatia has
been bombarded by forces syinpathizing.with Sorvia.
SAN FRANCISCO, December ,r. The prosecution has closed in
the Rucf case,
NEWPORT, December 5. The cruiser Yankee, that went ashore
near here ten weeks' ago, has boon successfully Hunted.
SAN FRANCISCO, December "). It is the -theory of the police
that Henry Peas committed suicide by taking strychnine which hesont
to himself in a packasre by nail.
When you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it to the right shop.
GENERAL I5LACKSMITUING HOIiSIi SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
Main St. near Market,
THE DONKEY DID NOT COUNT.
The donkey-boys of the East
are commonly sharp enough for
the traveller who employs them,
but the ordinary countryman who
emyloyfc the animal as a helper in
his work does not share this reput
tation. In his hook , on ..Village
Life in Palestine," the Rev. G.
Robinson 'Lees says that "the
townspeople have a very poor idea
of the intelligence of the peasant."
He quotes the following story as
one that is current in that country:
One day a fellah left a gate of
the city with five donkeys. lie
counted them as they went out
before him, then jumped on the
back of the last, and drove the
rest in fronr of him down to the
valley below. When they were
beginning to ascend the opposite
hill, tin1 thought suddenly occurred
to him that there were only four.
Jle looked around on all sides, but
no other could he. see, so he drove
them all back to look for the .one
which lie though had been left be
hind. On reaching the gate he
dismounted, then counted them
over again, one by one, when lo!
there were live.
Happy in the possession of all
his beasts, he mounted the hind
most and rode off.- When ' he ap
proached the place whege he .lirst
discovered his loss, he was remind
ed to count once more, with a like
result. "Ry the life of my head.'
said he, "I must return for that
which is left!" Rack again at the
city gate, he saw his live animals
in a line; then he was heard to
mutter,"' Well, if I have four
animals when I ride and live when
I walk, by the life of my head, I
will go on foot!"
DINNER. AND DARLING. "
They were so very young, so
very fond, so very oblivious of the
penetrating quality of the whis
pers in which they exchanged ten
der nothings, they had captured
the amused attention of the entire
car. . They had been too occupied
with each other to remember to
dine, until the train was rapidly
Hearing tlm place where the
diniim-car was to be dropped, and
where they were to. leave it for a
long drive by coach.
Then the young husband hasten
ed back to see if there was yet
time to snatch a mouthful, while
the girl-wife began gathering their
things together, putting on her
waterproof and tying, a big blue
veil over her bridal hat.
Presently he returned, glanced
down the aisle, fixed an adoring
gaze upon a gray-waterproofed
figure witli a blue veil half-way
along it, and dropping into the
seat beside her, said rapturously,
in a voice of exctllent carrying
"Darling, we can have an oyster
Waterproofs are deceptive things.
The gray figure turned, and a rich
Irish voice replied:
"Darlin' I may be, sor, I'll
niver be denying the name I'va
often answered to, but I'm not
the darlin' ye'll be feediii' eyesters
to, worse luck. Ye'll Jind her
three seats beyant."
He found her rapidly; and the
irrepressible titter that followed
their exit in search of oysters
aroused them suddenly to a con
sciousness of other inhabitants
than loves and doves, even in this
rosiest of worlds.
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PUNli JOI5 PRINTING
KOOK KINDINCi AND
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POST OFPICE IJOX 5 TBLEPHONB NO. 319
HIGH STREET, WAILUKU, MAUI COUNTY.
i Make Modern Homes
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When visitors come isn't k gratifying u t: i.l- u.j bath room
o equipped that it winf tfie Hnnrovin Ivics of evrt mura'
eye? "JStattdwd" Porcelain EninolM i'tx'sirsx mrke vour harr
room modcin and a room to N. ;..!t.iii?.:. V,' s ) and m.st:ii'
this famous war.- and can quote von priru u.t wi'l please vnu
When you place yom p!i:c)bi::j ccp.ir;'.'t vk: v'oi are assortv
of high grade work ami prompt, service bjulti .ilutraunj! mum
neat bath rooms sent triv
Knhulul R. R. Co., Mdse. Dept.
Machines tor sale on the
Big Discount for Cash
Machines for Rent
liy the Day, k or Month.
I) E LI V K It K I) and C A LLE P FO II.
We have just received n new line
of Automatics and Family Ma
chines and all kinds of Needles
S. DECKER, Agent.
I. O. I tox 25.
.- - Wailuku
ICE CREAM PARLOR
Orders taken for ICE CREAM,
EHUITS, NUTS, CIGARS.
Ice Cold Drinks Always on Hand.
Market St. : : Wailuku, Maui
Hawaiian Iron fence and
Monument Works, Ltd
Honolulu X. M.
IRON FENCE. CHEAPER THAN WOOD
lit St t
MIA V All I f w mja 1
ww c ocii ii uii rdiiuB
Whose Fence received the niphort i
ft war a, uoia jneaal," World'a
The most econoniirnl fnr vnu mn
buy. Trice lts thnn a n sneciulil wool
icnce. w ny noi n pince your old one
now, witlianeut, uvtractivi'IKOJI H.Nt'K,
"LAST A LIFETIME. '
Over loo "Uwinns'ii' Iron Fence, Iron Kluw.r .
.ow i ru'e-i ,i u' su.'prilin You.
C.M.t. u s- VA; i'h.
J. A. dos Fiels
Harness and Shoemaker
M as moved his tdinn from the
J(iiieeiiJn Lodin House to the
Aluli I Slock on Market Street.
All kinds of repair work done with
promptness and sati.-daction.