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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 1909
! THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd I
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NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
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the best and freshest of goods. We mean just what
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can save tini and money hy dealing with us.
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Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
The Lahaina National Bank
Chas. M. Cooke, Tres.
W. L. Decoto, and Vice-rrcs.
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
Wm. Henning, Vice-Pres.
R. A. Wadsworth, Director
A. Aalberg, Auditor
Accounts of ..Individuals, Corporations and
Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
Foreign Exchange Issued on All Parts o! the World.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent at Reasonable Rates.
M q This brand denotes quality.
5 Leather needs. Send your
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Metropolitan Meat Co.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 143.
Are you all ready for the good times yovj are going to
have this Summer? If it's Tennis, keep in mind the fine
assortment of Rackets we have from $2.f0 to $10.00 each
and the Slazenger and W. & P. Balls as well as Nets,
If it's Baseball, just rememlxr 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.
Iitt us send you catalogues and prices.
E. O.HALL & SON, Ltd.
When you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it to the right shop.
J GENERAL BLACKSMITHING HORSE SHOEING.
1 DAN. T. CAREY
2 Main St. near Market, Walluku, Maul
IMECIAI. TO THE MAUI NEW.'
Sugar m deg. test 3.70 Beets. 10s. .
HONOLULU, Jauuary 19. Governor Frcar addressed the Cham
her of Commerce yesterday. He explained the proposed changes in
the Organic Act and asked for criticism.
E. J. Lord petitions for incorporation as Iiord Construction Co. and
will bid for Pearl Harbor work.
SACRAMENTO, January 19. Roosevelt ha? telegraphed to Gov
ernor Gillette protesting against anti-Japanese legislation.
ALBANY, N. Y., January 19. Hoot has been selected in caucus
to succeed Senator Piatt.
SALT LAKE, January 19. Senator Smoot has been selected to
SALEM, Oregon, January 19. A joint ballot will be taken today
to decide upon a Senator. Chamberlain, the choice of the voters'
direct primary, will probably be elected.
WASHINGTON, January 19. Secretary Garfield asks for an ap
propriation of $500,000 for the prosecution of 32,000 alleged cases of
land frauds involving $110,000,000 in value.
The Senate has voted to increase the salary of the Speaker to $15,
000. The House will recommend $20,000.
MESSINA, January 19. An earthquake yesterday shook down
many of the ruins.
WASHINGTON, January 19.--The War Department has asked
$10,000,000 for fortifications, three millions of which will be for the
WASHINGTON, January 19. The Standard Oil Co. lost the ap
peal in the Waters. Pierce Co. case of MissouM, which was lined $1,
025.000 for violating the anti trust law.
Congressman Willett of New York made such a vindictive attack
on Roosevelt relative to tho secret service that he was called down by
the members and compelled to stop.
HONOLULU, January 18 The Nippu Jiji still calls for the
murder of planters who fail to raise wages.
A mysterious fire at McBryde plantation destroyed thirly-five
acres of fine cane.
The earthquake relief fund is now $8,000.
Delegate Kuhio favors ship subsidy, lie will let the coastwise
amendment remain for a time in committee.
HONOLULU, January 17. Three Japanese survivors of the parly
left on Hermes' reef last July and rescued by the Florence Ward
arrived here Saturday.
Mrs. Frank Barwick of Oahu Collego was hurried today.
Sullivan won the walking race, Ayres2nd, and Cheatham 3rd.
NAPLES, January 18. The crowds cheered sailors from the
Connecticut and Culgoa on landirtg.
KiMiLiiu, January 18. - i lie nrst mass since me disaster was
celebrated in an open park yesterday.
NEW YORK, January 18. The steamer Eva with material for
five hundred Iioubcs cleared for Messina yesterday.
WASHINGTON, January 18. Ex-Queen Liliuokalani in an in
tervicw here expressed her belief that Congress would allow claim of a
quarter of a million dollars.
SAN DIEGO, January 18. The lightship Kukui is here.
SEATTLE, January 18. W. L. Seeley, formerly bank examiner
of Illinois, shot his wife and daughter and then committed suicide in
their room here yesterday.
NEW YORK, January 18. The schooner Swallow is wrecked.
Six of the crew drowned.
DRESDEN, January 18. One hundred persons were injured here
as the result of a socialist riot.
BOSTON, January 18. Three hundred and forty-eight automo
biles were destroyed here yesterday by a fire in a garage. The loss is
estimated at $750,000.
ST. PETERSBURG, January 18. Cholera has again broken out.
Fifty-nine cases were reported during the past forty-eight hours.
WASHINGTON, January 17. Correspondents of the New York
World and Sun have been subpoenaed to appear before the Grand
Jury, presumably in connection ith charges regarding the Panama
The House Committee on Naval affairs asks for nearly $134,000,-
000 for naval maintainance.
NEW YORK, January 17. Harry Thaw is to have another hear
ing as to his insanity.
' HONOLULU, January 1G. Suspension of the coastwise shipping
laws may be obtained if the people of Hawaii desire it, says Governor
Mayor Fern has vetoed Logan's appropriation bill. The matter
will be taken to court.
A $50,000 theatre may be built here.
WASHINGTON, January 16. The bill to increase tho pay of the
President and Vice-President caused a flutter of excitement in the
SAN FRANCISCO, January 10.- The flood situation throughout
the slate is improving. A climax is expected to be reached today.
Bridges have been swept away in many places and traflic is seriously
NEW YORK, January 16. Mrs. C. H. MacKay was elected Pre
sident of the Equal Franchise League.
I wenty-hve thousand hatters have been ordered on strike because
manufacturers refuse to use the union label and to recognize the union.
CAPE TOWN, January 1G. Earthquakes were felt throughout
South Africa yesterday.
ASTORIA, January 16. The French ship Alice is ashore on the
GLENWOOD, Colo., January 16. Ten people were killed in a
railroad wreck yesterday.
FLUSHING, January 16 Thornton Haines was acquitted of a-
betting tho murder of Annis.
WAYNESBURG, January 16. Bank-wrecker Rinehart was sen
tenced to fifteen years for bank wrecking.
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