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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1909
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WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
P. 8. The Studabaker eaaeplate oa e vehlate
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have thin Summer? If it'n Tennis, keep in mind the fine
assortment of Rackets we have from $2. 50 to $10.00 each
and the Shizcngcr and W. & 1). Halls as well as Nets,
If it's liaseball, just remenil)er 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
letie iupj)ly stock is now most complete and you can get
nearly everything you need on short notice.
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tttPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEW.'
Sujiar H dee. test 3.5)2 Beets 10s. 54(1.
HONOLULU, Ju'y 6. Hilo excursionista say the sport was spoil
ed. They were greatly disappointed on account of bickerings and
charges of foul 'play at the races.
The pleasure launch Rainbow turned turtle in Molokai channel.
One woman is reported to have been drowned out of n party of twenty
five. Another report has it that she is safe.
Consul Uyeno declines to meet Light foot in connection with the
application for a writ of habeas corpus for the Japanese who were
arrested for kidnapping Japanese strikers.
Rigamist Server of San Francisco sailed for the Orient on the
Cheyo Maru. Wife number 2 left for the Coast on the last Alameda.
MANILA, July (J The .Tikiris n band of marauders have been
exterminated by a detachment of the fth cavalry. One soldier was
CHICAGO, July (5. 154 persons aie dead and 280 wounded as n
result of the 4th of July accidents. The fire loss is over a half a
NEW YORK, July 6. -.persons are dead and 3G5 injured was
the record of July 4th.
LOUISVILLE, July 0. Ex-rresident Langhorn of the Providence
Insurance Company is dead as a result of an explosion of a grant fire
cracker. . s
WASHINGTON, July G . The Senate adopted the resolution call
ing upon the states to vote upon a constitutional amendment empower
ing Congress to enact income tax laws.
PHILADELPHIA, July G. Ambassador Takahira spoke in In
dependence hall at the 4th of July exercises.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 6. Ketchell got the decision in the 20th
HONOLULU, July 5. Wireless stations close nt 10 a. m. today.
The Japanese kidnappers Ala Funakoshi and two others locked
up three strike breakers yesterday and held them pending a hearing
which the strike leaders were going to rive them. The police were noti
fied and two of the kidnappers were captured ami one man named
Hato escaped. The three are among the conspirators who are now be
July 4th was the first dry Sunday in Honolulu. It was a quiet
PRATTVILLE, Calif, July 5. -A fire started through fire works
wiped out the town, 800 families are homeless. One person is dead.
MANILA, July 5. Reports from Mindanao are to the effect that
seven more of the mutineers have been rounded up by' the soldiers
and only three are still at large.
HONOLULU, July 4. George Peiktzer. a bar tender suicided in
Sullivan and Cordell fought a draw". It was the best contest ever
There are more protests against moving pictures shown in one
establishment here.- ',
TOKIO, July 4 Twenty-three nil iuhers i.f t!.e present and former
diets have bei-n M-iiteneed to terms of mii iMnim nt for grafting.
Ol.YMI'IA. Jul I. A disastrous lire destroyed property to the
extent of ,50.(KlO. .:
HONOLULU, July 3. The prosecution closeil in the riot eases.
Judge Wooduff will lie here in August.
Captain Ahlborn, w ho was formerly a manager of Pioneer Mill Co.
of Lahaina is dead in Germany.
WASHINGTON, July 3. The Senate has adopted the corporation
GLASGOW. July 3 Sir Thomas Lipton has sent a challenge to the
New York yacht club for another cup race.
New Ship Subsidy
Washington, June 24. The first
active step toward ship subsidy legis
lation in the Sixty-first Congress
was taken today when Representa
tive Humphrey of Washington in
troduced in the House his ocean
mail subsidy bill.
It is patterned after the bill which
was considered by the last Congress,
but contains several new" features
approved by the Merchant Marine
league, whose banquet last night in
the interest of a greater merchant
marine was attended by President
Taft. The original bill provided
that the pay for ocean mail service
on vessels of the second-class on
routes to South America, to the
Philippines, to Japan, to China, and
to Australasia should hereafter 1k
the pay now accorded vessels of the
In addition, the new bill provides
for "free ships."
American ships are to lx permit
ted to purchase vessels in any coun
try they may chijose and run them
under their own flag in the foreign
trade or trade with the Philippines.
Another section of the bill reduces
the tonnage tax on vessels in trade
with nearby countries and increases
the tax in the transoceanic trade. In
the former trade American vessels
are now represented, while in the
trans-oceanic trade foreign ships are
found almost entirely.
Calls Hawaiian Fish
. Sea Hummingbirds.
'.'Why, they're deep-sea hum
mingbirds, " exclaimed a man in
the aquarium in the government
building at the exposition yesterday.
He was looking at the exhibit of
Hawaiian fish, which occupies sev
eral of the large tanks. There are
over a hundred of the fish and they
are all stranger creatures when com
pared with the members of the finny
tribes ordinarily known to persons
living out of tropical climes. Every
hue of the rainbow has its duplicate
in the scales of these extraordinary
"Solomon in all his glory was not
arrayed like one of these,'' declared
the speaker, solemnly. "Those fel
lows with the long beaks are sure
The ones ho referred to have
beaks three inches long, as long as
their bodies, and are of a filmy gray
color, shot through with pink.
Others are of the brightest blue with
yellow Stripes, some are mottled all
over in gold and brown and blue
and red. Some arc gray and white,
like guinea fowl, with tall plumed
fins above and below, which trail
out behind like the ail of a richly
feathered rooster. Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
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