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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1909
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Lid I
UU YS AND SKLLS UKAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
HONOLULU. HAWAII P. O. Rox 34fi
Best quality for the money
That's what yon ran depend on when you deal with
us. Our departments are always well stocked with
the host anil freshest of goods. We mean just what
we say. Call at our store and he convinced that you
ran save time and money hy dealing with tis.
The Lahaixa Stoke
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
We have decided to cut the prices for developing and print
ing very materially on the following sizes:
On tyUVi, ?U)i, 31 4X.r,l2 and 3jxl0. Cut
( prices on printing only on sizes klx2$, 2'4x3)4-
Notwithstanding the cut, we have put in hotter facilities
which will enahle us to turn out hotter work than ever In-fore
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
"EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC" FORT ST,
We Sell These.
You want the best. Are you reauV
for it this season?
We ar prepared as never I efore to meet your
wants in vefuci' S and harntt. Tbere'i ntl
inif fcuperinr t'i what we uro ihowing, intaMer
tvli anl Frrvi'-ft. Absolute h.-nstr in make
and iautertRL You wiil aurea w.'iec we tell you
IT'S THE FAMOUS "
' WE CARRY.
No matter wlietTOti want if It's a haroeetar
soiuaib'tti tiiat runt on wheels, we've
cot it or will quickly get it.
Ccw Id enri Xcura with nt. Everybody Hume
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
t. S. The Studebaker nameplate on a vehtaM
it its t uarutee. Loo'l (oriel this.
dPEWIAL TO THE MAUI NEH..
ujar 96 dea. test 4.235 Beet? lis. 8jd.
HONOLULU, September 21. The cruisers are now maneuvering
off Maui. The speed race of today will end just hefore V2 o clock.
There will he another speed contest tomorrow morning.
The American-Hawaiian .S. S. Co. promises a passenger steamer
of 6.000 tons.
Governor Frear will form a new land policy.
The Marathon race is set for Octoher 3rd.
Roosevelt again will he a candidate for President.
NEW ORLEANS, September 21. Four persons are dead and
damage to the extent of 100,000 i reported as the result of a terrific
storm which visited this section.
All telegraph and telephone wires leading into the surrounding
country are down and communication has heen entirely broken.
DORCHESTER, Minnesota, September 21. Governor Johnson
dietl early this morning. Last night the (Jovernors condition became
so serious that the attending physicians gave up hope.
SIDNEY, September 21. The steam schooner Rossevelt in which
commander Peary made' his dash to the pole is anchored off St. Paul
island. The vessel will arrive here tomorrow.
NEW YORK, September 21. The S. S. Oscar II bearing Doctor
Cook arrived last night and anchored off Fire island.
SAN FRANCISCO, September 21. The Rev. Dt nniss O'Crowley
was struck by a taxicab yesterday and was seriously injured.
WASHINGTON, September 21. The war department will soon
undertake the construction of an army post nt Honolulu.
HONOLULU, September 20. Walter (i. Smith has resigned the
editorship of the Advertiser on account of illness. He will he succeed
ed by Matheson on October 1st.
Secretary Wood leaves for China today on the Cheyo Mam.
Fernandez store was robbed by a burglar lat night who moved to
bo a deserter from the cruiser California.
Pearl Harbor is to be ready in three years.
HONOLULU, September 19. Regatta day passed pleasantly with
the Myrtles gaining a clean sweep.
The Congressmen left this morning well pleased with their treat
MINNEAPOLIS, September 20. President Taft met the members
of the Japanese Commercial body now touring America.
ROCHESTER, September 20. Governor Johnson has had n re
lapse. It is admitted that his condition is serious.
NEW YORK, September 20. Doctor Cook is expected to arrive
here today. An enthusiastic welcome is4eing prepared for him.
FORT LEAVENWORTH; September 19 General Funsfon tripp
ed and fell here yesterday breaking his shoulder.
HONOLULU, September IS. Four vosols of the Hoot will arrive
in Hiloon Thursday at 10 a. m.
Some of the oflioers and crew will take the train for the volcano.
They will return the next day.
Lvcuiimi made the same arrangement as with the Si. Louis.
Doctor itrherlv ha nun in I l remanded to the avlum.
Japanese Consul (ieneral I'veno ami his coachman were seiioosiv
injured by being in collision with an auto.
The Congressmen are enthusiastic over the treatment accorded
them. They predict a great future for the islands.
WAINONA. September 18. Tafts says in a speech today that the
tariff measure i" the best ever passed in Congres.
CAPE RACE, September 18. Doctor Cook says he has all of the
proofs of the discovery of the North pole. He will arrive in Now York
PEKING, September IS. Chang Ying Tang has been appointed
Minister to the United States.
ROCHESTER, September 18.--Ciovernor Johnson is not expected
to live through the night.
MOSCOW, September 18. Tolstoi cob-hinted his 81st birthday
MAUI PUBLISHING CO.,
FINK .JOB PRINTING
I5QOK BINDING AND
PAPER U U L I N (I
GENERAL PLANTATION WORK A SPECIALTY
simscRHiti now tub
Till: PAPI:li THAT ADVANCES
THE' INTERESTS OF MAUI
post orricE hox r telephone no. 3iu
HIGH STRCBT, WAILUKU, MAUI COUNTY.
An- you nil ready for the good times yn are going to
have this Summer? If it's Tennis, keep in mind the tine
assortment of Rackets we have from 82. at) to 810.00 each
ami the Slazengi-r and W. it D. Rills as well as Nets,
If it's Past-ball, just i-omi-inU-r that we have the com
plete SPALDING lino ami also have as complete a lino of
lower priced baseball goods. Our simi-ting snods anil uth
h tic supply stock is now most complete and you can get
marly i vt rything you nu-d on short notice.
Li t us send you catalogues and prices.
For Best Results Advertise in the
smmi www www w w mm mm w w w w w mm
I Just Enough
Many jx-ople need nourishment and Stout is root nn- 3
mended nv very prominent physicians. For this parti- 3j
cular trade wo have imported it in half-pints, just Z3I
i noiigh and no more. No waste. Wo have also just
i-eoi ived a consignment of Lexington Club 3
Whiskey in bulk and in bottles. There is none 13
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
All Booked Up.
"(Jencral Pai-scngiT Agent Kerrill
of the Pacific Mail Steamship Com
pany in San Francisco told mo that
the h n iking oHieo h;d turned away
just as many people wanting accom
modations for Honolulu alioard the
Manchuria as came today," said W.
J. Cooper of the Promotion Com
mittee yesterday. "People want to
eonie here but they can't get state
rooms or any iiocommidatious.
ICvt-ry Pacific Mail steamship out
from San Francisco is lioukcd full
two months ahead and one I mat
leaving in Novenil-r already has
seventy names on her waiting list.
"The passenger business towards
these islands is on the jump. Tak
ing all iinpiiries into account, and
t J lose who actually applied at the
counter of the Pacific Mail company
in San Francisco the Manchuria
probably turned down 12" people.
The Alameda is being Imokod to the
"There is need of a passenger
line between Seattle and Honolulu.
There was a meeting of business
men in the Seattle ollieeof the Mat
son Navigation Company about the
time I left there and Captain Mat
sou, I uinli;i stand, promised a trian
gular run to take in San Francisco,
Seattle and Honolulu with the Lur
lino and Hilonian to take charge of
"There is a big field for develop
ing passenger business from Seattle
and Taeoina to Honolulu. Nowadays
the Sound people- go to Southern
California'in the winter time and if
they had passenger accommodations
direct to Honolulu a lot of the bus
iness could bo sent this way.
"I give the local promotion com
mittee credit for hringingalut this
promise of passenger accommoda
tions from the Sound as Mr. Wood
has jx-gged away at the matter for
the past four years.
"While in San Francisco I saw
Mr, Dunau of the Pacific Mail and
we had a talk iilmiit excursions to
Honolulu. He showed mo three
packages of correspjindeiice relative
to as many proposed excursions, in
cluding the Shriners of San Fran
cisco, the KlksofSalt Lake City and
the Knights of Columbus. Last
Thursday a meeting was to U held
in San Francisco to arrive at a de
finite conclusion about the Shrim-r
excursion, and I understand it is a
go. If that is so Mr. Dunan will
probably conic down with the Shrin
ers to see how the thing goes and to
get some personal observations of
the Islands which will U- of value
to him for future projiosilions of
A NEW FRAME
MAKES A NEW PICTURE
Let us re-frame yours.
Large assortment of
latestdesigns in picture
moulding just recieved
per S. S. Hyades.
All kinds of picture framing
done at reasonable rates.
CONTRACTOR and 15 V I L D K U
Plans and Kstimates Furnished.
Small Jobs and Repair Work by
Day or Contract.
Wailiku, Mali, T. II.
Reatioiitihlc Hot cm
Hincht Cm in the pent Hrrvlce on
TIXLIMIONE YOtU CALLS.