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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1909
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t THE HENRY WATERIIOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd
HUYS AND SELLS KEAI. ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
m A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
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us. Our departments are' always well stocked with
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Plantation Supplies, etc.
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IT'S TEC FAMOUS
Nomattrrtrhotyou want if it's baroettor
Soinotii nir tli&t runs cn wheels, w'v
gut it or will quickly cat it
Cool' in and ficure with tit. Ever? body klMMVI
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
V. S. Tia tiiuaernter natn.pl.t on hlM
n iu guarantee. Uoa't lotiK loll.
will Ik- sweetened hy gctlinj; into a pair of
these COLLEGIA Iln.ail toe, Has or Ox.
The quality of these shoes hacked against
anything made and sold ::1 $4.00 and we
mean i vi ry word of it. We sell then, at
$-t.OO and the man who buy.- tin in pis
more than he ordinarily cxp els.
We have them in both J i i 1 1 1 and low, ,u
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Add 2") ci nls l'ni- Fi-. ij;iit.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY; Ltd.
. 1(151 FORT STRV.KT,
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A iv you all ready for the good times you are going to
have this Summer? II it's Tennis, keep in mind the tine
assortment of Rackets we have from $:."() to $10.00 each
and the Slai'iiger and W. it I). Halls as well as Nets,
Tapi s, i tc.
If it's Jlaseha'l, just rcmcmlxT that we have tlie com
ph te Sl'AI.lMNti line and also have as complete a line of
lower priced baseball goods. Our sjtorting hoods and iith
1' tie supply stuck is imw most lomplitc ami you can get
nearly everything you need on short notice.
Let us send you catalogues and prices.
E.O.HA LL&SON, Ltd.
VPECIAL TO THE MAUI NtWK.
Sujrnr t) dejj. test 4.23.3 Beels lis lOJd.
HONOLULU, October 5. C. M. Cooke's estate must he appraised.
Bondsmen have been found for T. Mori.
All government homestead lots have been surveyed and will be
put on sale.
Honolulu business firms are backing the plan to get a large Mat
More than half a ton of magazines were sent on hoard the cruisers
yesterday in response to a call of the Advertiser.
SAN FItANCISCO, October A. Minister Crane has been recalled
from here on the point of his departure. The recall is supposed to be
for the purpose of a further conference with Secretary Knox.
Taft was welcomed at Redding by (iovernor (illette. lie was
given a reception at the capital last night. -
NKW YOHK, October 5.--01!icers of the Brooklyn and the Brigh
ton Beach Jockey Clubs together with 25 hook makers, three police
ollieers and five detectives were indicted by the grand jury yesterday.
They are charged with a conspiracy to allow betting to be carried on.
Wilbur Wright performed a remarkable and spectacular feat by
circling over the assembled ships of war gathered here and then pass
ing over the fortresses and then up to the tomb of General U. S. Grant
and then back to the starting point where he alighted.
Children of the state of Minnesota presented .the U. S. Battleship
Minnesota with a silver service and stand of colors after she won the
first honors at the IIudson-Fulton Celebration.
VIENNA, October 5. Albert Ptillitzer killed himself by poison
and pistol on account of illness. He founded the New York Morning
Journal now called the American.
HONOLULU, October 4. The Matson stockholders are urging
their company to build a 5J day boat for this run.
In the Marathon race Sukamotn gave up at the end of the loth
mile and Jack-on finished.
PORTLAND, Octo'x r 4 - President Taft spent a Imsv dav yester
day. In the morning he officiated at the laying of a corner stone of a
new church building.
ZURICH, October 4. Seventeen balloons started in the interna
tional race today.
PARIS. October 4. Report is current that the Spanish revolu
tionists are actively at work making bombs in preparation far an attack
on the government building.
SARNER POINT, October 4. The Canadian government steamer
has reached latitude 84.
HONOLULU, October 3. A Trust deed covering the bond isue
of $4,500,000 of the Hilo Railway was filed Saturday with Bishop & Co.,
trustees for the bond holders.
All berths on all of the Pacific mail boats between San F ranch co
have been taken to November 25th of this year.
The tonnage tax collections begin Tuesday.
PORTLAND. October :i President Taft says had the Payne bill
been vetoed lei;islai ion would have been blocked.
-NKW YORK. October :!.-TIm- Hii.ion-Fulton celehnilion h closed.
The ball leship cue race was won by 'if Minnesota
LONDON. October 55. - ll is probable that a pm.iiivi expedition
again.-t tiie tribesmen who took part in a raid on a Ibitish post in
India wiil be dispatched.
MADRID, October 3. The cabinet has decided to consider the war
POTSDAM, October 5J - Wright again smashed the aeroplane re
cord going more than 1000 feet above the earth.
BOSTON, October 5i. Draper has been nominated as governor.
WASHINGTON. October 3 Medical Clarbourne is dead.
HONOLULU, October 2. The Hilonian arrived last night with a
The British and Dutch warships are in port and the sailors 'are
The cHiec of chief ch ik to the Secretary of the lerritory, which
was recently filled by R. O. Mathison has been discontinued.
CHEYENNE. October 2 Not since yhe dav.i of the Indian wars
has there been so much apprehension among the white people as is be
ing experienced now. 3(l00 C'heyenncS under a in vslerious itillucncc
have become restive and dining the last four days have been indulging
in the wildest sort of orgies.
CUT OF MEXICO, October. 2. As a result of recent storms
Mexico w facing a corn famine. The price of vegetables has jumped
100 per cent.
NEW YORK, October 2. Peary, on the bridge of the Roosevelt
was the most prominent fi.nre in todays pageant which w is sixty
miles long, lie was the hero of the day.
SEA'ITLE, October 2. Taft yesterday instructed Balienger to go
in person to Heteh Iletchy valley and investigate water rights.
ZURICH, Swetzci land October 1 Twenty eight balloons started
im an areal race today. It is an international affair.
PENSACOLA, October 2. The schooner Caldwell Colt sailing
under tlie American (lag has been hoarded by ollieers of an American
;;ulhoat. The schooner is suspected of being a pirate.
NEW YORK, October 2. The lioosevelt is agro-md on a bar in
NEW YORK, October 1. Frederick Russel Hurlon the author is
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Many people 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. We have also just
received a consignment of Lexington Club
Whiskey in bulk and in bottles. There id none
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