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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1909
I THF HHN'RY VVATFRHflllSF TRUST CO Ltd I
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UUYS AND SELLS REAL KSTATK. STOCKS A I'.ONDS
WRITES t'IRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND'MOKTGAG ES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
Best quality lor the money
That's what you can depend on when you deal with
us. Our departments are always well stocked with
the hest and freshest of goods. Wo mean just what
we say. Call at our store and he convinced that you
can save time and money hy dealing with us.
The L ah a in a- Stoke
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots unci Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
Wing Tip f
Made hoth in TAN RUSSIA and PATENT LEATHER. We
are selling them at 81. oO per pair. Send us your order hy-mail.
Include 2t cts. for postage when cash accompanies the order.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET, :- : HONOLULU.
THE PLACE TO BUY SHOES.
We Sell These.
You want the best. Are you reauty
for it this season?
We are prepared as never tafore to meet your
wants In vehicles end barn est. There's noth
ing superior to what we are thowing, in taste,
style and service. Absolute honesty in make
and material. Yoa will agree w.ien we tell you
IT'S THE FAMOUS
No mailer what yon want if it'a a barneee or
- something that runa on wheel, we've
got it or will quick It get it.
Coay Id and fiture with at. Evarrbodj kuowa
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
P. S. The Sradebaker nameplate on vehlet
la lie guarantee. Don'l totget this.
Are you all ready for the good times ytHi are going to
have this Summer? If it's Tennis, keep in mind the fine
assortment of liackels we have from 82.. r0 to $10.00 each
and the Slazenger and W. & 1. lialls as well as Nets,
If it's liasehall, just rcmemlicr that we have the com
plete SPALDING line ami also have as complete a line of
lower priced hasehall goods. Our sporting soods and ath
letic supply stock is now most complete and you can get
nearly everything you need on short notice.
lift us send you catalogues and prices.
Fop Best Results Adveptise in the
'KPECIAL TO THE MAUI NKH.
Siljiar '. deu. 1eM :t.S(J Reel? 10s. 3d.
HONOLULU, .May 4. It is rumored that the Canadian steam
ship line will quit. There are no hooking to he made for trips later
than July 1st
Doctor Hohdy has heen appointed quarantine otticer at Honolulu.
I'.onine received a pold headed pane as a gift from the settlement.
LONDON, May 4. The Royal Nautical Society of Great Brittain
held a meetiiifi last night anil conferred a gold medal on the Wright
Brothers for their achievements in aerial navigation.
15UENOS AYBES, May 4. The consolidated unions have order
ed a general strike as a protest against the killing of May day.
WASHINGTON, May 4. Former Commissioner Straus has been
appointed minister Vo Turkey. Bockhill of China has been appointed
SAN I'TiANCISCO, May 4. The Court ot Appeals has reversed the
order against the Santa 1Y railroad whose big line will not have to he
WASHINGTON, May 4. The Supreme Court ha decided that
the commodities clause in the Hepburn bill is constitutional.
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 4. Fourteen persons have been execut
ed. The cabinet has resigned.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 4. Brown is on trial for kidnapping
LOUISVILLE, May 4. Wintergreen won the derby.
HONOLULUi May 2 Miss Meyer, formerly of this place, sued
Carl Keyser, who once travelled for Hyinan Brothers, for breach of
promise and was awarded $7,01)0 damages.
ATLANTA, May 2. The damage throughout the Southern States
is estatcd at several million dollars. Two hundred persons are dead
from injuries and 400 wounded.
NAIROBI, May 2. Koosevelt got three lions on the first day and
his son Kermit got one.
CHICAGO, May 2. Four vessels were wrecked in a storm on the
LONDON, May 2. John Burns, at a banquet here, denounced the
alarmist British press and said there were men conducting the papers
who led England into the Boer war.
CHICAGO, May 2. A band of Sicilians attempted to assassinate
detective Longabardl at his home yesterday. He was wounded.
BUENOS AYBES, May 2. One hundred persons were killed and
wounded in a battle between police and rioters.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 2. The Japanese training squadron wae
welcomed here yesterday by admiral Swilihnrn.
NEW YORK, May 2. The Federal Government has derided to
prosecute the oflicals of the American Sugar Refinery for fraud in
sugar weights. The Refinery has already paid a $2,000,000 fine.
PORTLAND, May 2. Mc.Cants Stewart wa run over by a train
and will lose one leg.
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 2. Marines in tin- Kassin barracks
mutinied yesterday hut they wen' mii rounded by I coups and forced to
PA HIS. M:l '.'. D i- lvpinted I'-Mlo is .ie;auiig to bring
soil for da may.'"- auaiil the French ; ei mm-iit for ins expulsion at
TOKIO. Ma. 2 " -ar-Vlm-iral Laml ton, R. X., was received by
the Emperor yestcrdn v.
CHICAGO, Max l. ---Twelve thousand sailors in the lake carrying
trade have gone on a strike.
HONOLULU, May 1. There art! fifteen applications for the posi
tion of Superintendent of the Census of Hawaii and the salary is only
$1,700 a y ar. Ii is hased mi the supposed population.
Marston Campbell leaves fur Washington next week. There is
some question as to the riht of the legislature to combine three de
partments in spite of the provisions of the Organic Act.
ATLANTA, Georgia May 1. A series of tornadoes in different
sections of the South wiped out several towns yesterday. Seventy five
persons are known to he dead and the property damage will amount
to millions. Telephone wires are down throughout the South. There
W but meagre news to be had.
CHICAGO, May 1. I here were six killed and 50 injured in a
8'iirm and a tidal wave which did great damage on the lake.
CONSTANTINOPLE, May 1.--A new cabinet has been formed.
Order is being restored.
WASHINGTON, May 1. An amendment to the law governing
the customs has been favorably reported in the Senate. It provides for
a Federal Court for customs appeals and will be eoniposed of a presid
ing judge and four assistants.
THE HAGUE, May 1. The population is enthusiastic over the
arrival of a Princess.
NEW YORK, May 1. Eight persons have lost their lives in a fire
of incendiary origin and the resut of the occupants refusing to notice
black hand warning.
WASHINGTON May 1 Taft has appointed Ernest Reeds to the
Supreme Court of Arizona ami Merrit Metchain to the Supreme Court
of New Mexico.
MAUI PUBLISHING CO.,
HE DTD N'T HAVE TO EAT
The young man entered a cheap
restaurant in Seventh avenue, and
took a seat at one of the tables. It
certainly was a cheap restaurant
not only cheap, but very dirty and
untidy in its appointments. The
prospective customer looked up and
recognized the serving man.
"Why why, Bill, old man, I'm
mighty glad to see you. ButJ say
say, are you working here?"
"Yep, I'm woikin here,'-' came
the response from Bill.
"That is tin) bail too bad! I'm
a bit surprised. Hard luck, I sup
pose, eh? It sure is tough to le
compelled to work in a place like
this," continued the customer, in n
patronizing manner, as he carefully
unfolded a soiled paper napkin.
"Yep, I have to work here," re
sponded the waiter, "hut I tell you
I get some satisfaction out of it any
way." "How's that!" asked the other.
"Well, I don't have to eat here!"
New York Times.
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Let us talk "CIAS MACHINE" to you and wo can convince you
that you'reijuiru an outfit to make your home complete.
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MERCHANDISE MEPAIiTAIENT Sole Agents
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