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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 13, 1909
Telegraphic News. maui publishing co.,
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NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTGAGES
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Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
Made both in TAN RUSSIA and PATENT LEATHER. We
are selling them at $4.50 per pair. Send us your order by mail.
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1051 FORT STREET, : HONOLULU.
THE PLACE TO BUY SHOES.
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HrN Leather needs. Send your
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TW9 certain of fair treatment.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
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 Slazcriger and W. & D. Balls 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 sporting goods 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.
E, 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.
When you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it to the right shop.
GENERAL IJLACKSMITH1NG HORSE SHOEING.
I r DAN. T. CAREY
i Alain St. near Market, Wailuku, Maui .
(HPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEW.)
Siijinr QC dejr. tet 3.61 Beets 10s.
HONOLULU, February 9 Curtis P. Iaukea will be an applicant
for the position of Census Director.
The films for the moving picture machine at the leper settlement
have been received from Burton Holmes.
A Democratic caucus will be held tonight.
WASHINGTON, February 9. An important conference was held
between President Boosevelt, Senators Flint and Kabn of California,
the Secretary and the Assistant Sjcretary of State. A telegraph was
framed in which Boosevelt said he was anxious to securo the maxi
mum efficiency with the minimum friction, but California seemed to
desire the opposite.
Indignation is expressed in California over the message sent by
Roosevelt scoring Perkins.
Congressman Knowland deplores the attack but adds that he will
stand by Roosevelt in getting the trouble settled without resorting to
CARSON CITY, Nev., February 9. The Senate has referred all
bills directed against Japanese to the Committee on Federal Relations.
SACRAMENTO, February 9. A bill has been introduced provi
ding for popular.yote on the subject of Japanese immigration. Action
on Japanese bills has been postponed until Friday.
WASHINGTON, February 9 President Boosevelt has sent a
special message to Congress urging the passage of a bill making it a
compulsory matter for vessels to have wireless outfits
SHANGHAI, February 9. The census returns show more than
thirteen miUion opium smokers in China.
WASHINGTON, February 9. Captain Potts succeeds Qualtrough
in the command of the battleship Georgia.
HONOLULU, February 8. Deputy High Sheriff George Sea is
dead after a week's illness.
The Japanese newspapers now threaten plantation lunas.
In the baseball game yesterday the AU-Hawaiis scored 4 and the
Reach team 3. There was no game on Saturday.
SAN FRANCISCO, February 8. President Boosevelt telegraphed
to Governor Gillette today and sharply criticized Senator Perkins,
whom he charges with hampering the building of a navy during the
past seven years and is now advising the California legislature to pur
sue a wanton policy of trouble making.
WASHINGTON, February 8. In an interview Senator Pekins
said that in the face of any treaty and in spite of the opinions of
foreigners he believed it right for his state to carry out its own policy
while the power to do so was beyond question.
COLON, February 8. Taft has left the Canal Zone for New
HONOLULU, February, 7. President Roosevelt denies that the
call for an increased militia on the Coast was due to the Japanese agi
Three thousand one hundred dollars were raised here on Tag Day.
Violent thunderstorms interfered with the working.
The Atcherleys held a mass meeting last night. There was a slim
HONOLULU, February 6-Wni. McCracken, boatswain of the
Alameda and for 25 years an employee of the Oceanic S. S. Co. disap
peared from the steamer yesterday. It is supposed he committed sui
cide. , Dr. Sereno Bishop is stricken and is not expected to live.
CARSON CITY. Nev., February 6. The legislature passed a bill
prohibiting Chinese and Japanese holdin land in Nevada.
A petition to send the battleship fleet to the Pacific Coast on ac
count of the menace of the Japanese has been telegraphed to Washing
ton. SACRAMENTO, February 6. Governor Gillette has aoked the
Assembly to reconsider the bill Bending Japanese to separate schools,
calling it a breach of treaty rights. An identical bill was sent to the
WASHINGTON, February 6. Roosevelt has vetoed the census
bill becaiue the appointments are non-competitive and without exami
nations. GIBRALTAR, February 6, Admiral Sperry confirms the Qual
LONDON, February 6. The Admiralty demands that six Dread
noughts be built.
Real Estate Doings.
Recorded December 31, 1908.
Protestant Episcopal Church in Ha
waiian Islds to Trs of Est of liernice P
Bishop, Exchge D; kul 962, Moanui, La
haina, Maui. B 311, p 320. Dated Dec
Est of Bernice P Bishop by trs to Pro
testant Episcopal Church in Hawu Islds,
Exchge D; land patent 8181, kul 300,
and 2 pes laud, Panaewa, etc, Lahaiua,
Maui. B 311, p 320. Dated Dec 30,
Recorded January 2, 1909.
Yeong Young to First National Bank
of Wailuku, B b; 50,000 lbs rice paddy in
warehouse, etc. Waihee. Maui. 500, etc.
B 321, p 40. Dated Dec 22, 1908.
Recorded January 7, 1909.
Chas Makaokalaui to Meleana (w), D;
int in R P 7518, Liloa, Koolau, Maui.
$24. B 3'S. P 92. Dated Oct 9, 1908.
Chas K Simpson to Theresa Puaokina,
D; int in lands, Oahu; int in lands, Ha
waii; int in lands, Maui. $100. B 315,
p 97. Dated October 17, 1908.
Maggie Fisher to Rauiao A Drummond
et al, D; int in 33 a in hui laud, Muolea;
int iu 3ij a in hui laud, Koali, Hana,
Maui. 300. B 315, p 96. Dated Janu.
ary 5, 1909.
VV O Aiken and wf to Manuel Mat
thias, D; lot 7, Kaououlu lots, Kula,
Maui. $600. B 315, p 99. Dated Dec
December 26, 1908.
W. O. Aiken and wf to Miguel Purse,
D; lot 40, Kaououlu lots, Kula, Maui
5500. B 315, p 101. Dated Dec 26, 1908.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd, to W O Aiken,
ParRel; lot 40. Kaououlu lots, Kula,
Maui. 300. B 315, p 103. Dated Janu
ary 8, 1909.
Recorded January 9, 1909.
Susan K Blake and hsb (A) to Kalae
kahi Siiflery et al, D; J$ int in R P 1756,
ap 3, kul 3702, ap 1, and pc land, Kela
wea, etc, Lahaina, Maui. io, etc. B 315,
p 108. Dated November 21, 1906.
Joseph Cockett and wf et al to Ed
mund Cockett, D; int in por kul 76, No.
3, par 1, Auwaiolimanui, Waikapu, Maui.
$100. B 215, p 110. Dated April 30,
Jas N K Keola to J H Kala, Rel; R. P.
6345, kul 3295, Kalua, Wailuku, Maui.
$50. B 307, p 353. Dated January 13,
J H Kala (k) to J Garcia, M; R P 6345,
kul 3295, Kalua, Wailuku, Maui. $250.
B 37, P 353- Dated January 7, 1909.
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Commission Merchant ,
Importer, Jobber and Retailer.
03 ami 95 King Street,
r. O. BOX 351.