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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1909
Telegraphic News. maui publishing co.,
E THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd
BUYS AND SELLS HEA1 ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTGAGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
5 HONOLULU, HAWAII P. O. Box 34ti
Best quality for the money
That's what you can depend on when you ileal with
us. Our departments are always well stocked with
the best and freshest of goods. We mean just what
we say. Call at our stove and he convinced that you
can save time and money by dealing wjth us.
The Lahaixa Store
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
We Scl! These,
You want the lirt. Are you tt.
for it this) season?
V.'e are r'P'iril as never Vrfur tn m,. our
wn:itK in vt'ltit i,-H ftinl haint".. Tlu'is ! .nih
inic stiperior M liu? w? wie itiowi.i.i. intact,
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bu -ai mi. Y.ui will aurea w'lep. we tell you
ITS T!!E FAMOUS
No mattrr what 7ra want If H'i haroettor
something that nma on wheela. wa'v,
tot it or will quicair c at it.
Coar In au) fiiura with na. Evarjbodj koow
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
t. S. Tta, Sinaebakar namaplala ra vahlei
it ill f uaraotM. Don't fofffat this.
will le sweetened by getting into a pair of
th..se COLLEGE P.road t..e, lias or Ox. .
The quality of these shoes backed against
Anything made and sold at $4.00 ami we
mean every word of it. We sell them at
$4.00 ami the man who buys them gets
more than he ordinarily expects.
We have them in lmth high and low, in
Tan, Russia and Black Viei.
Add 2") cents for Freight.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET, : : HONOLULU.
IHPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEW.'
Sugar 9(1 (leu. test 4.33 Beels 12s. 7Jd.
HONOLULU, November 30. The planters trustees; have decided
to encourage contractors as much as possible. The new wage scale is
$22 for twenty six days. This will be paid under contract system. 1 he
idea is to pay according to the services and this can be best accom
plished by contracts for cultivation. Bonuses will be introduced.
Baldwin nnd Kinney deny the amalgamation of Mcliryde and
The College of Hawaii would install n telescope with which to
view Halley's comet if a place is provided.
Steamships calling here for coal or oil will pay no duty. I hey
will pay port charges only.
SAN FRANCISCO, November CO. Graft cases have all been post
poned until January when the new district attorney will be in ollice.
WASHINGTON, November .'50. Frederick Delano, may be offer
ed Crane's place as minister to China. '
EL PASO, November 30. Bryan is touring the Spanish-Ameri
SAN FRANCISCO, November HO The. Japanese commercial com
mission left for Japan by way of Honolulu today.
The longest dispatch since the Spanish war was received by Ad
miral Phelps today, to be opened tomorrow. The dispatch is believed
to be in relation to the Nicaragua!) trouble.
WASHINGTON, November 30. - Zelava continues belligerent. The
American consul was obliged to seek protection in the American lega
WASHINGTON, November 30 Agitation has been bemin for re
pairs to the Interstate Commerce laws. California is bringing the
matter to the attention of the president.
HONOLULU, November 20. There is a strong rumor that Maka
weli and McBryde may combine. The report comes from- the coast
The local atents deny any knowledge of the deal.
Doctor Coryell of the Queens Hospital suddenly left his post be
cause he was not advanced.
WASHINGTON, NoVember 29. Department otlicials are recant
ing regarding the advices received regarding the Nicaragua!) situation.
MEXICO CITY, November 29. The claims of France and Mexico
for the ownership of Clipperton island will be arbitrated by the King
WASHINGTON: November 29. The United Slates and Chili
agree on King Edward as arbitrator of the A I sop claim.
NEW YORK, November 29. Dr. Cook has not gone to Europe as
was reported but is recuperating in the country from a nervous break
TILLAMOOK, Oregon, November 29. The lightship Argo is miss
ing and may be storm bound outside.
VANCOUVER, November 29. Twenty Japanese were killed and
fifteen injured by a work train running into a washout.
HONOLULU, November 27. Harold Dillinghani will direct the
Floral Parade next February.
The defense of Hawaii has been made an issue. Ten million dol
lars are to be expended to make Oahu the greatest fortress in the world.
It is the desire of the Chief of Staff to have 10,000 men sent here.
The prospects for a ship subsidy are poor.
Treasurer Conkling returned yesterday. Secretary Ballenger pro
mised Conkling that he would visit Hawaii.
Governor Cleghorn says that John Cook refers to land other than
that on which the monument stands.
SAN FRANCISCO. November 27. Doctors here say that the
"hook worm" reached the United States from Hawaii.
WASHINGTON, November 27 Zelaya and his cabinet are gar
rissoned at Managua and will be forced to fight tomorrow.
DUpatches from the American consul to his government have
probabiy been intercepted by Zelaya.
TILLAMOOK, November 27. A lifeboat leaving the wrecked
steamer Argo capsized and three persons were drowned.
WASHINGTON, November 27. Regulations governing the assess
ing and collecting corporation taxes are ready for the printer.
The revenue cutter Thetis has been ordered to proceed at once to
Hawaii and patrol Southern waters.
SANTIAGO, Chile, November 27. King Edward VII has con
sented to arbitrate the Alsop claim against the Chilean government.
Are you all ready for 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 $10.(10 each
and the Slazcnger and W. &. D. Balls 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 baseball goods. Our sporting soods and ath
letic supply stock is now most complete and you can get
nearly everything you need on short notice.
Let us send you catalogues and prices.
FINE JOB PRINTING
BOOK BINDING AND
GENERAL PLANTATION WORK A SPECIALTY
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
THE lAPLR THAT ADVANCES
THU INTBRliSTS OH MAUI
POST OFFICE BOX 5 TELEPHONE NO. 319
HIGH STREET, WAILUKU, MAUI COUNTY.
I Just Enough
Many .people need nourishment and Stout is recom-
mended ny verv prominent physicians. For this parti- 3
cular trade we have imported it in halt-pints, just
enough and no more. No waste. We have also just
received a consignment of Lexington Club 3
Whisliey in bulk and in bottles. There is none
1 Maui Wine & Liquor Co. j
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Did You See the Eclipse
last Friday Night?
Did you see the eclipse last ' Fri
day night? Sure you did, and then
you lan and told the family and
the neighbors about it, and you
all went out and rubbered. As a
matter of fact, there was an eclipse
of the moon a total eclipse; or, at
least, it lo-.iked like one. It started
some time early in the evening
nobody looked at his watch and so
nobody is sure just when and end
some time later about two hours
later, or a little more.
Really, it was a very fine eclipse
and quite worth going out to see.
The earth's shadow slid over the
moon and one could almost tell
just what part of the shadow was
cast by the spot fcn this globe
where Cook stood or was it Peary?
This particular eclipse is not
central; that is, the moon does not
pass through the center of the
earth's shadow. The distance
through the shadow at the place
where the moon is, ia a little over
5700 miles, and it took the moon a
little more than two hours to pass
through. When the eclipse is nnt
central, the moon does not remain
in the shadow so long as when it
The earth's shadow comes to a
point only 8.17,000 miles out in
space. The moon Friday night
was 239,000 miles from the earth.
Lunar eclipes rarely occur more
than twice a year. To the man in
the moon, the earth appears as a
pale disc surrounded by a brilliant
circle of light. In all probability
this light is highly colored on ac
count of the moistine in mir atmosphere.
My wife, Mathilda do Rego, having
leu my iietl huh ixmril, l Hereby give
notice that I will not lie resioiisible (or
any debts contracted by her without tny
MANl'KL do RICGO.
Wailultu, Maui, Noveinler 26, 1909.
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