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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY. AUGUST 7, 1909
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd I
BUYS AND SELLS- HEAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTG AGES
t A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
' CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
Best quality for the money
That'd what yon can depend on when yon deal witli
us. Our departments arc always wrll stocked with
the host and freshest of goods. We mean just what
we pay. Call at our store and he convinced that you
can save time and money by dealing with up. t
The Lahaixa. Store
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
We have decided to cut the prices for developing and printing-very
materially on the following pizep:
On VAxVA, VIUVA, 314x0! 2 and 3x10. Cut
prices on printing only .on sizes 2x2 J4, 2! 4x3)4
Notwithstanding the cut, we have put in hettcr facilities
which will enahle us to turn out lettervork than everjhefore
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
We Sell These.
You want the b?t. Are you reauV
for it tliis season?
We are prepared an never ' Wore to meet yonr
wums in valm:n-ft and harn.t. There's nothing-
suiu'rior to whni we aie fchov.int. in tap te,
Mvle and tervliv. f hsoluts h.:.eety in make
and mulerial. You will urea w.un we tell you
IT'S TI'C FAMOUS
No matter what you want if it'i a harnetier
Komethinir that run on wheels, wVvt
tfot it or will quickly set it
Com in ami firurt with oi. Everybody kaom
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
P. 8. The Srodebaker nameplat ea vahM.
U iu fuaraaiM. Doo'l foriat this.
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 JSlazenger and W. & D. Balls as well as Nets,
If it's Baschall, just remember that we have the com
plete SPALDING line and also have as complete a line of
lower priced hasehall goods. Our sporting woods 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.O.HALL &80N, Ltd.
Fop Best Results Advertise in the
SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEW.
Mi y in- HO deg. test 4.05 Beet? 10?. 91. ,
HONOLULU. August 3. The dairymen approve the tubetcuiine
test for milk.
Attorney General Wiekersham refuses to consider any charges
made by Thwing against Breckons.
Hawaii day at Seattle is to be August 24th and 25th.
Charles Seimsen's remains will he cremated anil the widow will
then bring the ashes to Hilo.
Ewa mill finished grinding on Saturday.
The strike leaders held ft Star Chamber meeting yesterday.
Kinney and Doyle are charged by Lightfoot with sharp practice.
There was forty per cent more building in Honolulu last year
than any previous year.
WASHINGTON, August 3. The navy department is considering
the establishment of a station of supplies for oil burning warships at
Honolulu and a general coaling station is being considered for a Cali
ILOILO, August 3. Five hundred laborers bound for Hawairei a
held here by a Spanish law which permits only adults to emigrate.
The delay will be slight.
WASHINGTON August 3. The House has agreed on the Philip
pine tariff. ,
Senator Daniels, speaking yesterday Baid the country stands be
tween the gallows and the grave.
CEBERA, August 3. The first train out of Barcelona arrived here
yesterday with censored newspapers.
WASHINGTON. August 3. Admiral Sehree with a ileet of
cruisers will arrive in Honolulu on September 11th and remain in that
port nearly one month. It will return again in February and remain
CHICAGO, August s. Jack Johnson ha.' covered Jeffries forfeit
HONOLULU, August 2. The yacht Gladys won the governors
cup in the race around the island.
Doctor Scudder will not accept the mainland call.
CITY OF MEXICO, August 2. Earthquakes continue.
The dock at Chilpancingo was engulfed by a 30 foot tidal wave.
PAHIS, August 2. The number of refugees who are crossing the
bdrder on account of the trouble in Spain is increasing.
The residents of Southern Spain have condemned Alfonso to death.
At Pueblo Nuevo the city has been destroyid and many aristocrats
slain. x -
OSAKA, August 2. Supplies are running short. The number of
casualties are unknown. A number of insurance concerns may fail on
account of severe losses.
HONOLULU, August 1. The steamship Nan Shu had a few
steerage passengers for South America from Japan.
The inscription in the Foriegn office is said to be the reason for
the falling off of Japanese emigration.
The Aiea strikers are drifting back to work.
Pickets at Waipahu forced back a numlxr oT returning strikers.
Captain Jobson of the Kukni has been relieved by Captain Nelson
WASHINGTON, August 1. The House has adopted the conference
report by a majority of twelve.
The increased revenue will be $40,000,000 of which $20,000,000
will be from the corporation tax.
FRANKFORT, August 1.- Zeppelin arrived from Fredericshaven
yesterday and was greeted by 100,000 persons. His air ship averaged
21 miles an hour against head winds.
CITY OF MEXICO, August i. The great Cathedial and the
American school house have been condemned as unsafe owing todam
age by earthquake. Later shocks severely damaged the National palace.
Acapulco is razed.
SAN SEBASTIAN, August 1. One hundred and twenty revolu
tionists have been condemned to be shot
It is estimated that 3000 persons were killed in the street fighting
LONDON, august 1. Summers knocked out Britt in the ninth
OSAKA, August 1. Fully one fiith of the city has been destroyed
by fire which is now under controll.-
IIONOLULU.July 31. One hundred and forty-four laborers arriv
ed from the Philippines. These were collected by.Stevens and Pinkham.
O. E. Wall was arrested for driving up Tantalus road in an auto
mobile. He had as a companion Fred Smith of the Oahu Railway
and took the quickest means to get him to the higher altitude.
The strike trial is said to be half over.
CITY OF MEXICO, July 31. Central Mexico from the Atlantic
to the Pacific was visited yesterday by the severest earthquake known
in many years. Meager details of the disaster have been received.
Six persons were killed in this city by falling walls. The city is
in darkness. Wailing and praying of the panic stricken Indians and
peons adds to the weirdness of the disaster.
The principal water main is badly damaged. The water supply
is threatened. Shocks continue.
ACAPULCO, July 31 The entire lower half of the city was des
troyed by an earthquake. Many casualties are reported.
The local branch of the National bank is in ruins and the cashier
WASHINGTON, July 31. Orville Wright reached the zenith o
hard earned success when accompanied by Lieutenant Foulers lie made
10 miles in cross country trials in seven minutes. He made the pheno
menal speed of 80 miles an hour. Thousands including President Taft
were present. -The government will accept the Aeroplane and pay
$5,000 as a bonus.
MADRID, July 31. The rebellion at Barcelona has been quelled
WASHINGTON, July 31. The conference committee adpoted
the house provision in the pineapple schedule. This fs good for Hawaii
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Many people need nourishmuiit ami Stout is recom-
mended by very prominent physicians. For this parti-' 31
cilia r trade we have imported it in half-pints, just
"enough and no more. No waste. We have also just
received a consignment of Lexington Club 3E
Whiskey in bulk and in bottles. There is none
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
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A NEW FRAME
MAKES A NEW PICTURE
Let us re-frame yours.
Lare assortment of
latest designs. n picture
moulding Just recieved
- per S. S. Hyades.
All kinds of picture framing
done at reasonable rates.
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