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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 0, 1909
THE HENRY WATERIIOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd i
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Foreign Exchange Issued on All Parts ot the World.
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Ppl Leather needs. Send your
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HONOLULU, T. H.
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 $2.50 to $10.00 each
and the Slazenger and W. & D. Halls 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 siorting 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.
When you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it to the right shop.
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING HORSE SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
2 Main St. near Market, YVuiluku, Maul
'SPECIAL TO THE MAUI INKVVK..
Sugar 9(1 deer, test 3.G1 Heels 10s.
HONOLULU, February 3. Itobert Roycroft died this morning
after n long illness.
Henry 15. Cooper is mentioned for second Federal judge.
W. O. Smith is not favorable to local option under the - present
Miss Marie Canario and S. P. Jacobscn were married yesterday.
SEOUL, February 3. The Emperor and Prince Ito have returned
from tour of the country. Koreans did not show pronounced enmity
WASHINGTON, February 3. The administration is pleased with
Komura's speech. Komura declared that the policy of the Japanese
government was one of peace and believed the spirit of friendship in
the United States would present legislation that would lead to inter
national complications. Ilotari, in reply, berated the Government for
its passive policy. He was loudly cheered.
WASHINGTON, February 3. The House bill preventing the im
portation of opium excepting for medicinal purposes passed.
SAN FRANCISCO, February 3. Ten jurors have been procured
in the Calhoun case.
CARSON CITY, February 3. The Legislature passed the resolu
tion against Japanese after eliminating the attack on Roosevelt.
HONOLULU, February 2. The sugar planters may get more
Porto Ivicans to re.nedy the scarcity of labor.
Chas. W. Booth has been indicted for arson. He is charged with
burning a house on Pacific Heights six years ago. He was released
on $ 10,000 bond. Booth says that the evidence has been cooked up
by a Hawaiian detective to spite him.
Reductions are proposed all along the line in Territorial ollices.
CARSON CITY, February 2-The Legislative committee of a whole
reported favorably an anti-Japanese resolution criticizing the Presi
dent and designating the Japanese as a menace to civilization and
parasites on the world. The resolution recommends lhat California
pay no atttention to coercion and intoiference on the part of the Presi
dent in California!! legislation.
WASHINGTON, February 2. Secretary Newberry staled to the
Senate Committee yesterday tint the frequent changes in Secretaries
of Navy hold the department back
The Supreme Court has decided against Notley. C. A. Brown
wins decision in Ililo waterfront case.
SACRAMENTO, Februay 2.--A bill has been introduced making
pr.ize-fighting a felony.
.HONOLULU. February 1. The All-Roach baseball team defeat
ed the All-Hawaii team by a score of 5 to 1 on Saturday and 13 to 2
on Sunday. The attendance was good.
Smith and Reilly fought a draw Saturday night. at the Orpheum
and Sylva knocked out Soldier Miller.
HONOLULU, January 31. Calvin and Bancroft say that Ililo
must have a hotel before inviting tourists.
Breckons will be asked to explain certain parts of Harr's report.
SACRAMENTO, February 1. President Roosevelt has written to
Governor Gillette lhat he has no objection to legislation against aliens
holding land 'itles in California, but it should not bf directed against
Japanese )nly. He objects to laws which interfere with treaties or
are calculated to give offense.
MANILA, February 1. The Filipino assembly was opened today.
Governor Smith spoke of the widening breach between ninericansnnd
Filipinos and urged closer relations. He criticized the municipal gov
ernment and the way the city is policed. '
PANAMA, February 1. Engineers accompanying Taft after in
specting the Gatum dam expressed satisfaction with conditions and
the progress of construction.
CAPE TOWN, February 1. Representatives of South African
states have gathered here with a view to forming a federation under
one British flag.
WASHINGTON, January 31. The Gridiron Club will give a
monster farewell to Roosevelt and Fairbanks.
The House has asked for an appropriation of $750,000 for ex
perimenting with airships.
ROME, January 31. It is proposed to confer Roman citizenship
on Roosevelt for aid to earthquake sufferers.
WASHINGTON, January 31. R. II. Thayer, successor to Wilfley,
has left for the Coast.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 31. Frank Tietz is under arrest for
the fraudulent issue of Belcher mining shares.
HONOLULU, January 30 Geo. Dennison will retire from active
superintendency of the Oahu Railway & Land Co. and Fred Smith
succeeds him. Dennison goes with the Hawaiian Dredging Co.
Dr. Atcherley was discharged by Judge Robinson.
Auditor Bieknell may be enjoined
Geo. Fairchild gets $10,000 from his father's estate
SAN SEBASTIAN, January 30. An earthquake devastated
several tons in Southern Spain. A tidal wave submerged the coast
near Barcelona and landsides covered a village with several hundred
LONDON, Ja nuary 30. It is reported Barcelona was destroyed
by a tidal wave.
Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain. It had a popula
tion of 509,589 in 1897.
MESSINA, January 30. This city and environs continue to be
shaken up by earthquakes at frequent intervals.
- MALAGA, January 30. This region was disturbed by an earth
quake. A great panic ensued. There were no fatalities.
NEW YORK, January 30. The bodies of Consul Cheney and
wife from Messina were taken from the steamship and escorted by
thousands of Italians.
NEW YORK, January 30. The Board of Trade has inaugurated
a movement to appeal to' merchants and manufacturer's of other states
to impress Californi a with the unwisdom of continued attacks upon
Japanese by legislation.
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Can secure our assistance in endeavoring to find a market for his
products. We are engaged in the business of selling Groceries,
Provisions and numerous articles required by the farmer for the
daily use of his family. We Ix-lieve wc may Ik able at the same
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If the farmer will let us know what helms to sell, when it
will be ready for market, how packed and how to be shipped,
with probable quantities in each shipment; give us in advance all
the information he can; we twill at once start investigating the
market conditions and advise him of same.
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