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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 19 JO
MAUI PUBLISHING CO.,
i THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd
BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTO AOES
SECURES IN VESMENTS
A List of High GradaSccurities mailed on application
P. O. Box 346
Best quality for the money
That's what yon can depend on when you deal with
us. Our departments are always well stocked with
the best and freshest of goods. We mean just what
we say. Call at our store and be convinced that you
can save time and money by dealing with us.
The Laiiaina Stoke
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
We Sell These,
You want the best. Are you n-uJy
for it this season?
We ar. prepared At never before to tn I yonr
wants in vehicles and harnufc. There's noth
ing aupertor to what we nre thowing, in taste,
atvle &t J service. Absolute honesty in make
n aieriuL Vou will agree mten we tell you
IT'S THE FAMOUS
No matter what you wnnt if iff barnen or
aometbinff that runs on wheels, we've
- cot it or will quickly get It.
Conv In and fiture with ni. Everybody know
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
t. 8. The Stodebaker nameplete on vahlat
It its fuarantee. Don't fori at tnia.
will lie sweetened by getting fiito a pair of
these COLLEGI I'.road toe, lias or Ox.
The quality of these shoes backed ag:iinst
anything made and sold at $-1.00 ami we
mean every word of it. We sell them at
$4.00 and the man who buys them gets
more than be ordinarily exjM-cts.
We have them in both high and low, in
Tan, Russia and Blaek Vici.
Add 25 cents for Freight.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
- 1051 FORT STREET, :- : HONOLULU.
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI 1NF.VYK.-
.Sugar 90 dec. test 4.02 Beels 12. Gd.
HONOLULU, January 4. Yiggo Jaeobsen is another victim of
alcohol, lie died yesterday.
The Advertiser says it was resignations that brought Frear home
in a hurry.
W. II, Bailey, once a sugar planter of Hawaii, is dead in Los
Ada Rawlins, who secretly married a soldier on New Year's eve
and deserted him is the cause of a wril issued yesterday compelling her
father and brother to produce her in court. She is twenty five years
old and savs she was tr.arried against her will ami was met while at
tending a moving picture show and taken to a hoiiHe in Waikiki from
which she was almost immediately taken with her consent by her
Robertson and Pratt are said to be slated for appointments.
Judge Dole awarded the steamer Cummings $3l!S3 salvage in the
WASHINGTON, January 4. The Supreme Court decides that
sake is a wine for tariff purposes.
NEW YORK, January 4. The manufacturers urge Congress to
pass the ship subsidy biM.
NEW YORK, January 4. Morgan, Ryan and Morton have merged
their interests. The total capital involved is $150 ,000,000.
HILO, January 1. The Mauna Kea excursion arrived at 7 a. m
There was a concert and dancing on the steamer. The bells were rung
and whistles were blown at midnight.
One hundred and thirty-five persons went to the crater. The vol
cano was active and the display was splendid.
The races were a failure as the people were disgusted.
HONOLULU, January 2. Kaon beat Tsuknmoto by a good mar
gin and was first a the finish. Sullivan beat Ay res in the mile walk
Some of the Fillipino laborers claim to have been misled by Pink'
ham and want to return. Mead turns them down and thev call on
Hemenway. . '
Rubber men are encouraged by a boom in the industry.
A six year old boy was found drunk in the room of Martin Ryan
over the Territorial stables. He was taken to the hospital and will
The holy rollers hold enthusiastic meetings nightly at Hotel and
WASHINGTON, January 3. The senatorial special committee
which is investigating the canal work, reports satisfactory progress.
COLON, January 3. Bryan is passing through on a tour of ins
pection of the canal property. ,
LOS ANG ELES, January 3. Communication between this city
and the outside has been resumed. Traffic on all lines to the East is
PEKING. January 3. The Government sent word to Portuga
yesterday that China v uld not sulimit the question concerned in the
Macau railway controversy to the Hague for aihitration as requested
by Portugal. '
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 $10.00 each
ami the Slazeirgcr ami W. & D. Ralls as wt 11 as Nets,
If it's Baseball, jut rcmcmlcr that we have the com
plete SPALDING lint-and also have as complete a line of
lower priced baseball goods. Our sHrting goods and ath
letic supply stock is now most complete and you can get
nearly everything you need on short notice.
Iit t us send you catalogues and prices. '
Arthur P. Dean of New York,
who was.one of the speakers at the
recent meeting in Milwaukee, Wis.,
of the Society for the Promotion of
Industrial Education, presented the
question' from an angle that is not
usual in such discussion. He held
industrial education to lie of vital
interest to trade unions and inanu
fact ufers alike. The state, if it will,
he said, can develop a plan of pro
cedure that will enlist the coopera
tion of Ixith employer and employee.
Organized lalxir, he insisted, will
not deny the utmost opportunity to
its own children through industrial
training "if lalmr can have confi
dence that what is to lie done will lie
free from selfish exploitation and
rest upon a careful educational foot
ing and he guided by the common
advantage of all the interests con
He vent on to declare that indus
rri.ii education is but one phase of a
growing recognition of lalxir's rights
and privileges, and in "this rescct
is closely related to the trades union
movement The latter has stood for
a lietter living wage, for better fact
ory conditions and for better restrie
tionsof child labor. Organized lalnir,
he said, has always been concerned
with the welfare of all influences
that make for the well-U ing of the
industrial workers .of the country.
And he concluded : "To the extent
that industrial education has the
welfare of industrial workers and
their children at heart, organized
laltor stands ready to support any
public movement looking toward the
establishment of sound and thorough
Other siH'akers, representatives of
different schools of thought ami dif
ferent lines of activity, sjioke in the
same encouraging vein, and Dr.
Jeose I). Burks rather fittingly cup
ped the discussion by declaring at ,
London, Oct. 13 A lee vaccinat
or an instrument by which Is'es may
lie applied to the cure of rheuma
tisin, was among the novelties at the
exhibition of the Surrey Beekeepers
Association at the Crystal Palace
Beekeepers, it has Urn observec
are either altogether immune from
rheumatism or the complaint speed
ly disappears after thy have receiv
ed a few slings.
The only difficulty has been in
applying the U-e stings to the victim
of rheumatism," explained F. If.
White, the secretary. The chances
were, until the invention of the U
vaccinator, that those conducting
the operation would receive the
stings instead of the patent.
The U-e vaccinator is secured to
a little platform resembling the lid
of a U)x, which is put over the holt:
of a hive. A little honey is put out
side the perforated zinc slide and
the liees readily enter the vaccinator.
The slides are then shut, thus im
prisoning the Urn in the vaccinator,
which can 1m? safely sent through
the post. The operation is perform
ed by placing the vaccinator on the
part where the pain is most felt
and gently pressing down a little
knob at the top until the Urs
its close: "What is needed now is
not more work, but more works;
not more ideas, but more exjH-ri-ment;
not more conferences, but
more industrial schools; not more
publications, but more Uiysand girls
with adequate equipment for in
That is to say, the" matter lias
Urn thoroughly threshed out. At
last the country seems readv to turn
from the too theoretical to the reas
onably practical in iiopular educa
tion. 1 he neeil or industrial educa
tion is recounized on all sides. Now
for the industrial schools.
PINK JOB PRINTING
BOOK BINDING AND
GENERAL PLANTATION WORK A SPECIALTY
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cular trade we have inqiorted it in half-pints, just 12
cnough'ihid no more. Xo waste. We have also just 3
received a consignment of
Whiskey in bulk and in bottles. There is none
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MAKES A NEW PICTURE
Let us re-frame yours.
Large assortment of
latest designs in picture
moulding Just recieved
per S. S. Hyades.
AH kinds of picture framing
done at reasonable rates.
Fresh Roasted Peanuts
always on hand
Orders taken for
Fruits, Nuts and Cigars.
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