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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1909
I THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd
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Made both in TAN RUSSIA and PATENT LEATHER. We
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1031 FORT STREET, :- : HONOLULU.
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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 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 82.50 to $10.00 each ;
and the Slazenger and it D. Balls as .well as Nets,
Tapes, etc. '
If it's Baseball, just rcmemlier that we have the eonf-
pi etc SPALDING line and also have as complete a line of
lower priced baseball goods. Our sporting Hoods and ath-!
letic supply stock is now most complete and you can get
nearly everything you need on short notice. ' t
Ixt us Bind you catalogues and prices. ',!
When you want your carriage repaired to last
' bring it to the right shop. . , 5
GENERAL BLACKSM1TMNG HORSE SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
Main St. near Market, . Walluku, Maul
'SPECIAL TO THE MAUI MEWK,.
Sugar 9(i dec. test 3.88 Beet? 10s. 4d.
HONOLULU, April 6. The House passed a warm resolution of
welcome to the Japanese squadron.
A brilliant reception to the Japanese. oflieer9 waa given at the
Young Hotel laBt night.
HONOLULU, April 5. One hundred person? visited the leper
settlement on the legislature's excursion.
SAN FBANCISCO, April 5. The coastwise steamer Indiana is
ashore at. Magdalena Bay. The passengers were rescued by the
cruiser Albany. The Indiana will be a total loss.
WASHINGTON, April 5. The tariff bill is to be voted for in the
House on the 10th instant. The bill will pass.
LOS ANGELES, April 4. Madam Modjeeka is dying.
FORT WORTH, Texas, April 4. A fire started by a cigarette
which was thrown into a barn destroyed seventeen blocks in the prin
cipal residence section.
Fourteen locomotives and several schools and churches have been
destroyed. 1 he loss is $5,000,000.
Troops are on guard to prevent looting.
DALLAS, April 4. Fire destroyed fourteen blocks in this city in
tha residence section. .
TUERTA REAL, April 4. Admiral Orvera lis dead.
WASHINGTON, April 4. Murdock of Kansas has introduced a
bill to compel 2C states to return $28,000,000 advanced in Jackon's
Administration with the understanding that they would refund when
called upon by Congress.
HONOLULU, April 4. -Captain Dick Bowers found the thief that
has been commiUing numerous burglaries, He turned him over to
Joe Leal who has succeeded Kalakiela as chief of detectives. ' The loot
has been reccovered. The thief Jb Peter Mawai, a watcher at the Art
i The reception to the Japanese officers was well attended at the
Governor's residence Saturday.
LOS ANGELES, April 4 Ex-Vice President Fairbanks will go
to Japan and stop in Honolulu en route.
CHICAGO, April 4. Hundred of thousands of women's names
have been signed to a protest against the increase in price of hosiery
gloves and other apparel.
NAPLES, April 4. The government is preparing to receive
Roosevelt in great style.
HONOLULU, April 3. The House passed the bill closing Hilo
Bay to seine rushing for two years.
The primary election law bill was killed in the House,
The Serrate killed the bill to allow the Territory appeals in
Criminal cases. ,
WASHINGTON, April 3. After a careful canvas of republicans
the leaders express confidence of their ability to pass the- tariff bill
whenever, they decide to put it on passage. Tli'm will probably be on
In the House debate yesterday the Democrats charged that the
Payne bill was filled with imperfections designed to cover extravagance
of the administration.
Lieutenant Palmer has been appointed naval aide to the President
in place of Cammander Simms who resigned yesterday to - take com
mand of the Minnesota.
Ocpmpo De Leon appeared before the House of Representatives in
a committed of the whole to speak on the Philippines. He opposed
the free trade provisions in the tariff bill and pleaded for the indepen
dence of the Philippines. - '
. NEW YORK, April 3. A million dollars haB been ordered charg
ed against the Sugar Trust for duties that should have . been paid on
. GUAGAQUIL, April 3. During the month of March, there were
108 deaths from yellow fever.. At the present time there are 68, cases
of the plague.
' CHARLESTON, April 8. Two earthquake hock8 were felt here
A Stranger's : View of
' life in HawaiMei.
Birds are everywhere in Hawaii.
Their music fills the. quivering air.
One wonders why we do not all
live in this paradise, t where life
seems to stretch out before one in
a, long, languid dream of delight.
Suddenly through your dream
ing comes a rude awakening. The
Hawaiian mosquito, the one , flaw
in the gem, the only thorn in the
garden, has .called to make your
acquaintance and bid you welcome
to his domain.
The houses, with,, their broad
verandas filled with palms und
flowers, and furnished with tables,
chairs, hammocks and grass rugs,
are a paradise to. the weary
traveler. It ia here that the Ho
nolulu people enjoy their glorious
The lawns, thick and velvety as
a carpet, were kept in perfect order
by the yardboyB, for , experienced
servants Chinese, Japanese and
Portuguese can always be had.
In fact, the servant problem causes
no worry to the housewife, who
has but little anxiety in this land
Everybody seems, to take life
easily. The offices close very
early, and no. one seems to know
what care is. The sugar, barons,
their capital onee rightly invested,
draw their dividends, and the - rest
of life is required to spend them.
We stop at- the- home of our
friend, a bungalow that is . the
picture of comfort. One - end, ,pf
the veranda is used as a sun t par
lor, sheltered by - windows , and
screens, for ' what they call cold
days 60 degrees above zero. i ,
" Numerous rooms connect with
this, the dining-room being. a
veranda at the other end of "the
house and the kitchen a separate
building, though connected by a
roofed veranda. ' The guest cham
bers are cottages by (themselves.
, The, bath, is . hewn out of solid
stone, with a shower above.; Ser
vants are provided for in quarters
apart from the house. - The wholes
in fact greatly reminds one of an
old Southern plantation home with
Just, in front of the.' house,
spreading its great limbs at - least
sixty feet in .diameter, is a great
nionkeypod tree,- and - under- its
protecting branches ,, the children,
and , older ones, too, enjoy the
swings and hammocks in an Atmos
phere which lulls to sleep. As we
sit here at- midnight,' dressed, in
thinnest of Hummer clothing,- with
never a wrap, watching the moon
rise out of the sea, vie understand
why the Hawaiian so loves his Is
lands. World' Work.
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