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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 2.'5, 1909
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NECOTIATKS LOANS AND MOKTUAf. KS
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A List of High Grade Securities mailed oh application
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lies! quality "for the money
That's what you nn depend oh when you deal with
us. Our departments are always well stoi'ked with
(lie best ami freshest of oods. We mean just what
we say. Call at our store and be convinced that you
can save time and money by dealing with us.
Tin: La ii atx a Store
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots mid Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
t LAMAINA, MAUI.
S ft. You want tlio It. Are you n-v.ty
$4 tor t tlvs Fcar.cn?
" V.V nre prtparrtil ne r.vvrr i?fure to n; t Tour
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ft iHI inu superior to what we ate ttinwin,-, in t t-te,
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Mo mailer what you want if in a barnetsor
aumethinc that runs cn wheel, we've
got it or will quickly set it.
Com' Id axd figure with tit. Everybody know
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
P. 8. The Siodebaker namapiate on vehfa
it ita guarantee. loo'l forget thia.
will lie sweetened by i? t t i 1 1 jj into a pair of
th. se COLLLGIi I'.road t..c, lias or Ox.
Tin- tplality of t hese shoes bacUi d against
:)! 1 1 1 i l ic made anil suld at 1.00 and ve
mem i very word of it. V "i ll thcni at
$ LOO and tin- man who buys them (jets
more than he ordinarily expects.
c have thcni ill both hic.li and .w, in
Tan, Russia and l'laek Vici.
Add 2" cents fur Fivighl.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
10-.1 FORT -KTRKKT,
Are yuii ready fur the youd times you are loiug to
have this Summer? If it's Tennis, keep in mind the fine
a: Si ltmelit of RaikctS We have from gj.ull to jslO.IH) cadi
and the Slacnjer and W. .v D. lialU as well as Nets,
T."'m s, i te.
If it's Raschnll, jllt iememlcr that We have the coin
pl.t.' Sl'ALDINti line and nU. !,ae as c. mphte a line of
low. r priced Las. hall numb.. Our sjMiiiin;; s... ils and ath-l.-l
ic supply stoek is liou mo.-t complete :uiil )ill run ;,i t
marly . v. ryl hin;; y.-u need on short notice.
Let us send you catalogues and prices.
KI'KCIAL 1(1 THE MAl'l NF..'
Suirar Ht (ie.j. test 4.275 Reet ljd.
HONOLULU, October 19. -Prince and Princess Kuni arrived ly
the Tenyo Maru j-esterday and were tendered a reception by loeml Jap
anese. Thousands of Japanese school children were in line.
' The preiposed amendment to the Organic Act was published in
this morning's Advertiser.
Special agent Clark is, -on the road to Hawaii.
Woolley is in San Francisco trying to arouse sentiment towards
drying Hawaii by act of Congress.
The amount raised by 1 hp Y. M. C. A. reaches $137, 7.'J7.
COLLEGE PARK, October 19. Lieutenant Lahmin in company
with Lieutenant Humphries made an aeroplane flight without accident.
PARIS, October 19. Count De Lambert made a sensational flight
yesterday breaking all records for height.
ST. PETERSBURG, October 19. The American government is
taking a hand in the matter of free entry ef Jews into Russia.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 19. An effort is being made to have
Pu ike and Ketchel fight again.
Tommy BurnB cables that he would like another go with Johnson,
winner to take all.
NAIROBI, October IS. An angry elephant is said to havecharged
Roosevelt and nearly gored him with his tusks.
HONOLULU, October 18. The Masons are considering the erection
of a new Masonic Temple here.
HONOLULU, October 17. Johnson knocked out Ketchel in the
HONOLULU, October 17. A tentative bill is being drawn to
present to the committee before calling a special session. TheGovernor
states that he intends to take action.
The Y. M. C. A. raised 125,0(X) in live .lays.
Prince Kuni is expe-eted on the Tenyo Maru today.
The visiting tennis players defeate'd the local players. Roth and
(ice. TRe visitors won two game's, the leical men one.
Postal eirder frauds among the Japanese have been discovered. Two
Japanese of Hilo are implicated.
HAVANA, October 18. Cubans are demonstrating in contempt
of the Spanish government for the execution of Ferrer.
WASHINGTON, October 18. Buchanan, the tits-t minister to
Panama, is eleail in London.
KL PASO, October 17. Taft and Diaz me-t anil exchanged greet
ings. SHANGHAI, October 17. Stuyvesant Fish may he appointed
minister to China.
SEATTLE, October 17.- The exposition ha closed.
SAN BERNARDINO, October 17. The body of Willie Boy, the
Indian desperado, has bee n found in the mountains. He committed
PARIS. October 17 The French are still wroth 'up over (he
execution of Fener. Demonstrations continue.
HONOLULU, October Hi. -The I'.deral Grand Jnrv will prob
ably indict Mori. The editor of I lit- Nippn Jiji ha lour counts against
him and several true bills.
The l lovernor's conference relative to a special session of the
legislature is not en'led. Lending party men balk at the star clhamher
methods at the capital.
President Taft refused to ae'ce'p't a let p resented by a Hawaiian
lady at Seattle saying he was not then in Hawaii.
The question of tripling or doubling the capital eif Haiku and Paia
Plantations will be decided today.
Sujimoto has been indicted for postal frauds.
The highest prize for koa furniture at the Seattle Exposition went
ti Lucas Brothers. The grand prize for canned ami fresh fruits went
to the Hawaiian Pineapple Growers Association. Gold medals were
awarded to Hopp iV Co. and Alfred James for koa furniture; .1. Oswald
L'ltted for lobasco; Thus Keily and A. M Kea ms for jel I y a ud iia rnni
lade; James Armstrong for taro Hour, -ilver medals went to Jared G.
Smith for tobacco on the leaf; C. 0. Knoeling for manioca starch,
Hawaiian IVe Keepers Association for honey, and Edwards for vanilla
Gorham D. (iilman died in Itston on October ore).
MANAUGUA, October 1C. -Port Rami is cleised and in thn hands
of the rebels. Many important cities in Nicaragua have been captured
by the revolutionists.
TOKIO, October Hi. The council has approve'd the new budget
of !f:ii".4, 000,000. ;
NEW YORK, October 10 Cook will outfit another expedition to
Mt. McKinley to secure records left by him at the summit. This is
m account of TSanill swearing that he did not ascend the -mountain,
JUAREZ, October 1(1. President Diaz has arrived. He will greet
President Taft at El Paso tomorrow.
MADRID. October I(i.
tion of FerreT.
-Fierce rioting is the result of the execu-
Me mphis. October 10. Death and disaster follow in the train of a
storm in this section. The1 famous war monument on the battlefield
at Shilon was razed by the storm.
)tr Traoc Marks
Anrnnt a.nritnff ft .ketch and dccrtntlon Diav
quickly aaiTcrtain our opliil.iu frea wfiattiar ao
titveiitliin la probably patentable. Couimuiiloa.
tluiisatrlctlyrcaiDileiitlal. HANDBOOK uu Hateula
lent tree. Oldest agency fur securuig patenta.
Cattiiita taken through Muuu A Co. revelvt
fper iol wutict, without charge, lu th
A handsome)? lllnatrated wekly. largest elr
rulatinu fif any umiUCo louruit). 1iruia, ii a
ar: tour luuutha, IU tMil bjail newadtss.lara.
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ANTONE BORBA. Prop.
Ii i II lice of popular I. rain's .
AM!. K1KS. GINS
Celebrated Primo & Sef'.ie
25c ! Glusses 25c
MAUI PUBLISHING CO.,
FINK JOB PRINTING
BOOK BINDING AND
GENERAL PLANTATION WORK A SPECIALTY
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Hit I'AI'l It THAT ADVANCES
1MK NTHBBST8 OH MAUI
POST OPFICn BOX 5 TELEPHONE ISO. 311)
HIGH STRliET, WAILUKU, MAUI COUNTY.
I Just Enough
Many people neeel nourishment anil Stout is recom-
liieinled t,y vi'ry proininent hvsicians. For this parti- 3?
cular trade we have imixnted 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 is none
I Maui Wine & Liquor Co. i
Miaimuiuauuiii iujiuuiUiU luiuiuuuiuujuiuuiiu Juiui
A NEW FRAME
MAKES A NEW PICTURE
Let us re-frame yours.
Large assortment of
latest designs in picture
moulding Just recieved
per S. S. Hyades.
All kinds of picture framing
done at reasonable rates.
CONTP.ACroiI and Ii V I L D K It
Plans and lCsiimatcs Furnished.
Small Jo'is and lepair Work by
Day or t'outraci.
Wailuku, Maui, T. 11.
Notice is hereby given that nil proper
ty owners ik'sirous of obtaining trees fur
Arlnir I lay plantiM)" may nhtain the same
ly iiiiilyiii to tlie District Oveieers tif
their various ilist riots on or before the
1st .lay Nuveinbtr iy"j.
Win. T. KAAK,
County Clerk, County of Maui.
Oct. 16, 23, 30.