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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER G, 1909
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UUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEUOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
Best quality for the money
Tliat'a what you can depend on when you deal with
up. Our departments are always well stocked with
the best and freshest of goods. We mean juRt what
we say. Call at our store and he convinced that you
can save timp and money by dealing with us.
The Lahaina Store
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
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for it this season?
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wnrita in vehiclt -nnrt liarnefc.. There'5 mill
ing superior to who: we me ttiowinc, intarr-.
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omeiunir that run. on wheel., we'v
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DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI. T. H.
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ia it tnaiaatM. Don't fori. (hi.
wil Ik-.sweetened hy getting into a pair of
these COLLEGE ki.I too,. lias or Ox.
The quality of these slim s hacked against
anything made and sold at $ 4.00 mid we
mean every word of it. V sell tlu in al
$4.00 and the man I u buys them yets
more than he ordinarily expects.
We have them in both high and low, in
Tan, Russia mi id Black Yiei.
Adil 25 cents for Kivight.'
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET, : HONOLULU.
Are you all ready fur 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 $2.50 to 810.00 eaeli
niul the Sl:iz ng r and W. it 1). Rails as well as Nets,
If it's Baseball, just remember that we have the com
plete SPALDING line and also have as complete a line of
lower priced hasehall goods. Our sjiorting woods and ath-
letie supply stock is now must complete and you can get
nearly everything you need on short notice.
Let us send you catalogues and prices.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Suy.nr SH? deg. test 4.36 Beet? Us. 9d.
HONOLULU, November 2. The Republican members endorsed
the Governor's land bill in caucus lust night.
John Wise is to be clerk of the Senate and Robt. Boyd interpreter
of the House.
A warrant will be issued for the deportation of Lo Sun, the anar
Lee Let will sue for big damages for searching his premises for
Local Koreans deplore the death of Ito but say it was deserved.
The Governor's nominees for offices have been endorsed by the Re
The Supreme Court has sustained the decree of Judge Robinson
in the case of Scott vs. Kona Development Co. et al; cane planting
NEW YORK, November 2. The massive building used for crimi
nal courts, erected a few years ago, has been declared unsafe.
WASHINGTON, November 2. The Japanese commercial dele
gates bad a conference with Secretary Knox yesterday.
NEW YORK, November 2. Judge Gaynor is the favorite for
Mayor at the election today.
JACKSON, Ky., November 2. Hot times are expected at the
Breathitt County election today.
MANILA, Novemlcr 2. Officers of Sehree's staff found evidence
of cannibalism on the Admiralty Islands.
SACRAMENTO, November 2. - The last spike in the Western
Pacific Railroad was driven at Feather river bridge yesterday.
WASHINGTON, Novemher 2. The National Geographical Society
has invited Peary to lecture. -
NEW ORLEANS, November 2. The Inland Waterways conven
tion appropriates to maintain five hundred lobyisls.
HONOLULU, November 1. An incipient race riot started in Ka-
kaako yesterday. A Japanese was seriously injured.
William Welch, a special police officer, has been suspended from
the force on a grave charge.
The Japanese cruiser Idzuma arrives here on November 1G and
will remain one week.
Clive Davies has accepted the chairmanship of the Y. M. C. A.
WASHINGTON, November 1. On account of the killing of cadet
Byrne in a football game between West Point ami Harvard it is pro
bable that football will he prohibited at West Point and Aunaixdis.
HONOLULU, October 81. Cullen of Australia got the decision
over Reilly last night after fifteen rounds hard fighting.
Mori was sentenced to five years hard labor and glOOO fine for
stabbing Sheba. An appeal has been noted. The limit of the law is
ten years haid labor.
The Japanese press of Honolulu is trying to ridicule the govern
ment for employing other than Japanese labor.
Differences between Honokaa plantation anil the Ditch Company
nave been settle.:. Itiipui development will follow.
MANILA, October 31. SebreeV licet will have three weeks' target
OAKLAND, October 81. A son of General Funston died here to
ATHENS, October 31. The Government recaptured eight torpedo
boats and the leaders of the revolution are in hidine.
PORTLAND, October 31 President Moore and Cashier Morris of
the Oregon Trust & Savings Bank have been arrested on a serious
PORT TOWNSEND, October 31. The schooner Aloha reached
here yesterday in a helpless condition.
WASHINGTON, October 31. Charges of mal administration are
made against Perkins of the (JoaM Survey Department.
Governor Currey of New Mexico has resigned.
HONOLULU. O. tnLer 80.- is rumored that the First National
Bank ami the Hank of Hawaii will merge and that Tenny Peck wil
head the combine.
Lo Sun the eliinese eiiitor proves anarchistic in Ids remarks con
cerning Ito and is marked for deportation.
Professor Donagho is one who has been requested by Pittsburg
scientists to watch for the Hal ley comet.
The dredger Pacific lias to pay more than 120,000 to the owners of
the Siberia for damage caused by the entangling of lines in her pro
ATHENS, October 30 A number of men in the Greek navy re
volted yesterday on account of the ignominious position Prince George
has placed the country. The rebels seized eight torpedo boats and
afterwards fired on the-shore batteries.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 30. Northern California and Southern
Oregon were jolted by an earthquake today.
Lew Powell knocked out Johnny Frayne in eight rounds.
WASHINGTON, October 30. Japan is growing more strict in
the observance of her passport law.
LONDON, October 30. Mrs. John Jacob Astor lias brought suit
. News has been received of an explosion in a coal mine and 25
miners were killed.
NEW YORK, Octoher 30 Johnson has declined to put up a side
bet of 120,000 in his fight with Jeffries.
MANILA. October 80. The Pieifie fleet will anchor off shore to-
NAIROBI, Octoher 30. Roosevelt and party had great success in
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enough and no more. No waste. We have also just
received a consignment of Lexington Club -3
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