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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1909
THE MAUI NEWS
! THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.Lldj
BUYS AND SELLS-REAL ESTATE. STOCKS A BONDS
WRITES EIRE AND LIKE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOHTCAC KS
H A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
Best quality for the money
Tlisit'a what you can depend on when you deal w it li
us. Our departments nrc always well Mocked with
tlio best and freshest of goods. Wo mean just what
wo sn'. Call at our storo and ho convinced tliat you
can pave time and money by dealing with us.
The La n at x a Stoke
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots anil Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
Wo liavo dooidod to cut tlio prices for developing and print
ing very materially on tlio following sizes:
On ?,xA', ?Uu o'jx."" 2 and Cut
priees on printing only on sizes 2! 4X0)4
Notwithstanding tlio cut, we have put in hotter facilities
which will enahlo us to turn out hotter work than ever hefore
Honolulu-: Photo Supply Co.!
We Sell These.
You ivp.ut the bf-t. .Are you reay
for it this season?
V.V- &re rrejurpd never ! rfu:ri to piret yonr
wants in vei'trl. -nrn1 brnti'?. 1 Mere's noth
ing LUp'-rii r t v'm: wo :.l i .nr. tnn.in tnste,
vtvli- .'T.I r civi Ar-F ii : . ' ty in nmo
uia:;ri; 1. You wiij r:;r.;e v. i'.: we tell you
Ko Uin.itRrv?Iia? you wntv. i? it's a harness r
ooiitih'n.i: tliat mas cn wheels, wa'vi
K-.il t or v;iil quickly get it.
Costs' io and iituro with ns. Everybody ksoffp
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
I. 8. The sioaebuer n.mepl.te on vahlew
u (uaiaaceo. Lon'l forget uus.
Are ymi nil ready for the good times you are going to
haw this Summer? If it' Tennis, keep in mind the (hie
assortmiiit of Rackets we have from 82.."() to 10. (H) cadi
and the Sl;i iijm r and W. it 1. Kalis as well as Nets,
If it's liasoli.-.ll, just lemi mlier that we have the com
plete SPA I.I ! N( i lino and also have as complete a line of
lower piieiii li;isch;ill gKils. Our sMrting smhs and ath
li lie supply .-li'ck is now most oomph to and you ean net
in ally 1 vi I'll. 11' .oii need on short notice.
Lit U- send you eat:dogues and prices.
E.O.HA LL&SON, Ltd.
For Best Results Advertise in the
'SPECIAL TO THE MALI E-.'
Ml;.'iir 9(i doii. test 4 235 Beets 11 ttd.
HONOLULU, September 28.- V. L. Hoeck of Puunene sueeoeds
It. O. MalheHon ns chief clerk. Palmer Woods of Hawaii was an un
The Dutch warship Noord Rrnbnnt arrived from Uatavia yester
day. OwiiiR to flagrant abuses of the liquor business on Sunday the law
may be made more stringent.
Much damage was done here hv crowds. of sailors that roamed the
Two Portorieans are pnposed to he clinging to n boat which cap
sized off Harbor's Point. One Sanioan swnm ashore.
The milk ordinance will go into effect on statutory time.
The riot jury was locked up last night at the Moann Hotel. No
rooms could be obtained down town.
NEW YORK, September 28. (iovernor Hughes spoke yesterday
at the dedication of Palisades Park.
Tickets for the parade today are in great demand. Seats are sell
ing at $25.00.
P.ATTLK HARBOR, September 2S Peary says he has ppent his
wife's and his own fortune in efforts to reach the Pole and with money
donated he has disbursed $-500,000
I5UTTE, Montana. September 2S President Taft descended 1200
feet into a copper mine yesterday.
BOSTON, September 28 Admiral Barclay is dead.
MKSSlNA, September 28, Today, tomorrow and Thursday are
likely to we seismic disturbance? throughout the world according to
volcano expert Perret. The posi'ions of Mars. Jupiter, Saturn and
the moon are favorable to conditions.
HONOLULU. September 27. The streets were crowded yesterday
with sailor. Many of them were carrying barrels of boor and opening
them on vacant lots. One party made four trips to the Preverv with
a wagon ami carried loads of beer to Moiliilii where they had a feast.
Curio stores were open and did a liig business.
The Japanese citizens banqueted Editor Walter (i. Smith at the
Matsehuzuki club last night.
Joe Leal mis-ed his quarry on Maui by half a day.
HONOLULU, September 2(i Mrs. John Mott is dead
Mntt-Smith willjnaugurate n. campaign against typhoid fiver.
NEW YORK, September 27 Harry Whitney telegraphs that he
was not allowed to put Cooks records or instruments on the Roosevelt.
Cook ollicially denies that it is his intention to bring suit for
damages against Peary.
BERLIN, September 27. A Monoplane turned a so.nersault in
the nil and came down without injury to the aviator.
MANILA, September 27 The revenue cutter Sora i safe.
SALT LAKE. Soptcinhoi 27 President Taft delivered an address
in the Mormon tabernacle today.
SA I. T LA K E. " September 2(1. Ptesidont Taft issued a public
Stltelltenl i X't es-ine 00 iCidence in t iiff nil Pinchotl and a wi-h that
In' would n.'t roriyn. Pinchotl at one. puhliclr Mated' that he will
NEW YO I! K, September 2(1 The Hudsoii-Kii'ton pageant was
fifteen miles in length. There were -fifty-seven warships and over
thousand of other vessels in line.
VANCOUVER, September 2(5. Johan Vasora a frigative from
Finland where he stole $180,000 was captured as he was boarding the
HONOLULU, September 25. There was a shower of meteors hist
night. Twenty-four fell in twent' minutes.
Manila cigars have advanced at the point of export owinit to in
Joe Leal left for Ililo yesterday to bring hick the Chinese who de
serted from the British ship Monarch.
Waiter (i. Smith retires today ax editor of the I'.icilie Commercial
Manager !- '' oi ILuviii Railway miiv be arrested for tunning .1
blind pig in enneeoi i . 1 1 .will h : entertainment of Congressmen.
MANILA. S.'..i. nii'i'i 2" It i : nim.irod that the U.S. Culler
Sora has boon eai tu.-i-d Mnio pirates.
NEW YORK, 'e; lenror '").--Thoodore Shout - has brought suit
against S. S. llispcch tor aiienai ing his wife's affections. He claims
damages to the extent of $25.tMMJ.
NEW YORK, September 25. There will he n great naval display
at the Hudson Fulton pageant. The fierinan and British cruisers
It is stated 011 good authority that Doctor Cook will bring an action
against Pearv for slander.
MAUI PUBLISHING CO.,
HOOK MINDING AND
PAPER Ji U L I N G
GENERAL PLANTATION WORK A SPECIALTY
simscmiiH von tub
THE PAI'Lli IIIXT AOVANCKK
Ttir INTKKIiSTS OP MA II I
mini ".' wwyww m ttjtjttk- v-'t
POST OFFICE BOX TBLEPHONfi NO. IJ)
HIGH STREET, VVAILUKU, MAUI COUNTY.
1 Just Enough i
Many jx'oplo need nourishment and Stout is recom
mended ny very prominent physicians. For this parti
cular trade we have imported it in half-pints, just
enough and no more. No waste. M'e have also just
received a consignment of Lexington Club
Whiskey in bulk and in bottles. There is none
I Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
Mrs. Julia Ward Howe is no
friend to the new sullragotte slogan,
"No vote, 110 husband." She says
the plan is old she says it was tried
unsuccessfully in the days of Aristo
phanes. "My suITragctte friends have dis
appointed me," the famous poet de
clared in a recent interview. "1 ox
K'cted their slogan to U-somo now,
startling thing, and lo, it is old, old
"They remind mo, my stilTragettc
friends, of a witness at a Boston in
quest. " 'Witness,' said the (11. nor, 'do
you know what tnotivo the deceased
had in committing suicide?'
" 'Yes, judge, y.uir honor,' said
the witness, pr'iin)tusly. 'Deceased
tuld me liid 1 .otive, sir.'
"The corner, the court olliccrs,
everybody looked interested.
" 'What was, then, deceased's
motive, witness?' asked tliccniimcr.
'W'i'i your honor, ho said he
wanted to kill himself,' was Die
CENTRAL SALOON .
Market Jiu. .Vaiu'icc
. ANTONE BORBA. Prop.
''nil lioe of oii!ur ocioii's ol
Vli:; K1KS. (ilNS
Celebrated Primd & Sc'.je
25c 2 Glasses 25c
A NEW FRAME
MAKES A NEW PICTURE
Let us re-frame yours.
Large assortment of
latest designs in picture
moulding ust recieved
per S. S. Hyades.
All kinds of picture framing
done at reasonable rates.
CONTRACTOR and BU I L D E R
Plans and Estimates Furnished.
Small Jobs and Repair Work by
Day or Contract.
Wailiku, Mau, T. Jl.
rincKt Car In the rent Krrvice on
TLLI.I'IIONE VOtU CALLS.