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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1909
MAUI PUBLISHING CO.,
THE HENRY WATERilOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd I
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writes fire and life insurance
negotiates loans and mortgages
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
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That's what you can depend on when you deal -with
u's. Our departments are nlw:iTn well stocked with
the hest and freshest of goods. We mean just what
we say. Call at our store and he eonvineed that you
can save time and money by denting with us,
T 1 1 K L A 1 1 A I X A S T 0 11 K
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
CEZSBBEW Will Mm "III I BUM I
N Wing Tip
Made both in TAN RUSSIA and PATENT LEATHER. We
are selling thorn at !."() j-r pair. Send us your order by mail.
Include 2") ets. for postage when cash aeconii)anies the order.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd. I
1051 FORT STREET, ; : ' HONOLULU.
THE PLACE TO BUY SHOES.
n.M.C This brand denotes quality.
"tgZZre? Write us in regards to your
" TFs ; lf Leather needs. Send your
Hides to us and you may feel
certain of fair treatment.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
HONOLULU, V. 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. (M) each
and the Slazeugcr and V. & 1). I tails as well as Nets,
If it's Itascball, just remember 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.
Let us send you catalogues and prices.
When you want your carriage repaired 'to last
bring it to the right shop.
GENERAL BLACKSM1THING- HOUSE SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
Main St. near Market,
NPtiCIAl. TO THE MAUI NtWti..
'Sugar JMi !. te-t 4.02 Heets 10s. 5jd. '
HONOLULU, March o0. Coney introduced a bill passing the
Hoard of Health duties over to the Counties. The Governor is believed
to be favorable. It will probably pass the House.,
The publication bill was killed in the senate.
LONDON, March 30. Ex-I'renident Roosevelt arrived in the
Azores. An Italian papsenner in the steerage Attempted to get Into
first-class quarters. It is believed that his intenlinn. was "to assault
Roosevelt. He was captured and ironed.
OAKLA1IOMA, March 30. In a tight between troops and Indians
one Indian was killed and eight were captured. The chief is sur
rounded. MUSKOGEE, March 30. Troops are pursuing the revolting In
dians. The Chief Crazy Snake has deserted his followers.
SALT LAKE CITY, March 30. The Utah Coal Company plead
guilty to fraudulently acquiring lands, ami was fined 200,000. The
money was promptly paid.
LONDON, March 30. Hy a vote of 355 to 135 the House of Corn
nions refused to sustain the vote of a want of confidence in the govern
ment naval policy.
MISSOULA, March 30. The last spike of the St. Paul and Mil
waukee Railroad connecting Milwaukee with Seattle has been driven.
OLYMPIA, March 30. Lieutenant Governor Ifaj- has been sworn
in to succeed Governor Cosgrove who died at Paso I'obles yesterday.
AUBURN, March 30. Mary Palmer, the murderess was electro,
SAN FRANCFCO, March 30. Seven of the nine graft conspira
tors has been released on hail.
The Kinen Jinko Japanese bank closed its doors yesterday on ac
count of financial embarrassment.
HONOLULU, March 29. An agent has been sent to Porto Rico
to secure moro labor for the plantations.
MANILA, March 29. Doctor Clegg has succeeded in cultivating
leprosy bacilli and has prepared a leprosy vaccine. He will carry out
a series of experiments to test the discovery.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 2D. Calhoun's safe was opened yester
day by the authorities. Nothing incriminating was found in connec
tion with the theft of the documents. Frank J. Murphy was arrcstid
for receiving stolen property.
GUTHRIE, March 29. A force of militia is forcing a body of 100
Creek Indians and negroes who have revolted. A fight is expected.
PASO ROBLES, March 29 Governor Cosgrove of Washington
died here today from Bright's disease.
HONOLULU, March 28. Ttie bill raising the income tax was
vetoed on technicalities. The substitute bill has been taken from the
table in the House. '
$40,000 is to be invested in the Hotel street theatre.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 28. Five men, including the private
secretary of detective Burns, have been arrested for conspiracy to steal
important graft documents from the otlice of the District Attorney.
x The offices, of the Traction Company were searched' last night and
Luther Brown and tram agent Win. Abbott were arrested.
BELGRADE, March 28. The King has accepted the resignation
of the Crown Prince. Alexander, the second son, refuses to become
heir to the throne. '
DES MOINES, March 28. A woman killed her children and her
self in a tit of despondency. N
OKLAHOMA, March 28. In a battle with Creek Indians three
deputy sheriffs were killed. The militia is being called out.
AUBURN, March 28. Mary Palmer, tho convicted murderer, will
be electrocuted Monday. '
WASHINGTON, March 28. The indications are that the dis
cussion on the tariff will be a long one.
SEATTLE, March 28. Aoki and Miss Emory were married today
according to the rites of the Episcopalian church. Her father and
mother were present.
SACRAMENTO, March 28. The Calkins newspaper syndicate is
in the hands of creditors.
HONOLULU, March 27. The liquor bill was killed in the house
by a vote of 24 to G.
The Bar Association wants home rule for Federal officers and so
resolved at u meeting yesterday, '
Antonio Perry is the choice as successor for Ballou.
SEATTLE, March 27. Driven away from San Francisco by the
adverse sentiments of Californians Archdeacon Emory of the Episcopal
church with his wife and daughter arrived hero with Aoki the Jap
anese whom the daughter wished to marry. A mob at the depot in
Portland prevented their alighting from the train and they were com
pelled to come to this city.
ST. LOUIS, March 27. Eighteen railroad corporations have an
nounced that they will contest the 2 cents a mile law.
NEW YORK, March 27. Ketchell was knocked out in Piladel
phia in the 10th round by Jack Obrien.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 2(5. Liliuokalani sailed for homo on
WASHINGTON, MarcK 27. Taft has ordered all Marines back
to their ships, on the same footing as before Roosevelts orders chang
ing their stations was issued.
ST. PETERSBURG, March 27.-22 political prisoners have been
sentenced to death. A woman has been arrested, charged with having
committed 300 murders within the last thirty years.
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