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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, MARCH r, 19 JO
THE HENRY WATERIIOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd 1
! BUYS AND SELLS llEAIi ESTATE, STOCKS & HONDS
L- W RITES F I l E AND LI V E I N S U 1 1 A NC E
NEUOT1ATES LOANS AND MOUTO AO ES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
HONOLULU, HAWAII P. O. IJox 3-(J
Best quality for .the money
That'd what you can depend on when you ileal willi
us. Our departments are always well Ktockcl will)
the best ami Freshest of goods. We mean just what
we say. Call at our storo anil he eonvineeil that you
can save time anil money by ilea ling with us.
The Lanaixa Store
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots nnd Shoes,
Plantation Supfflies, etc.
, WE HAVE THEM IN ALL SIZES
EASTMAN FILMS and
PRBMO FILM PACKS
Put up in Tin Tubes to protect them from the tropical weather.
Seed, Hammer and Cramer Plates
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
A NEW FRAME
MAKES A NEW PICTURE
Let us re-fpame yours.
Lare assortment of
latestdesigns in picture
moulding Just received
per S. 8. Hyades.
All kinds or picture framing
done at reasonable rates.
will lie sweetencil by getting into a pair of
these COL LEG I Proad toe, Has or Ox.
The quality of these shoes hacked against
anything inaile and sold at Jjvl.OO and we
mean every word of it. We sell them at
$4. OO and the man who buys them gets
m oik than he ordinarily exiwets.
We have them in lioth high and luw, in
Tan, Russia nnd Mack Viei.
Add 25 cents for Freight.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
St'liCIAl. TO THE MAUI 1EW,
SuiNtr !ti iieg. test 4.1521) llcets 14s Id.
HONOLULU, March 1. Tourists are held here again owing to
lack of accommodations. The Korea nnd Wilhelmina were booked full
a week in advance.
Uiimnge seifced from the Thetis was tnrned over to the ngricul
t lira I d?iai tment.
1'ena I summons was issued for fortv-two owners nnd drivers o
autos for exceeding the speed limit.
Captain Jocohs the coii.niaiuler of the Thetis is to he transferred
to the command of the practice ship Itasca.
A. W. Thompson will make a fight in the -Allien P.essie case.
The North (iernian Lloyd may make Honolulu a port of call.
The steamship Asia is due from San Francisco tomorrow.
W ASHING ION, March 1. The Pacific Mail may have trouble
TJic government objects to the Panama policy, and Dickenson will
invoke the anti-trust law against the steamship monopoly.
MINNEAPOLIS, March 1 . Tl ie railway engineers nnd firemen
may go on strike. They have voted to go on strike unless the railway
grants their demands.
CHICAGO, March 1. W. A. liroadwell, a wen thy manufacturer
of oleoniargerine has been sentenced to six years in the penitentiary
and to pay a fine of $1. 5,000 for selling imitation butter.
HONOLULU, February, 23. The material for the construction
of the Pearl harbor drydock arrived yesterday.
Major Dunning inspected the Honolulu companies of the National
Guard yesterday. The companies presented a good appearance in
spite of some few misfits in uniforms.
The public wants to know in what grave the building ordinance
lias been buried.
An auto accident on Alakea street resnllwl in a minor accident
and a smashed bicycle.
WASHINGTON, February 2H. lleprcsentative Tmvnev
Minnesota made a bitter attack on the naval programme of the ad
1 1 . .i , . , . , r ' . . ,
ii ii-i i .iiiiiii. hp lie iiouiiccti imp laiivoi war wuii .Japan as a con
spiraey to stampede the county into a period of naval extravagance.
UO.M h, hehruary 2S 1 he royal geographl :al soci. tv voted to
present medals of honor to Peary, Castlelon and Count de Abniz.i
PHILADELPHIA, February 28 The city faces a general strike
12.J.000 working men are ready to join the street car strikers on Satin
UU.UI,UJ,l , 1'ebriiary lb. Work has been slopped at Pearl
Harbor. It is a temporarily shutdown to await plans for a greater
The Tenyo Main arrived with her gang ways smashed and a poi
tion of her rail carried away during a tempest. '
There are only two days left in which to file federal tax returns.
Many are slow.
The methodist church is reported as robbed last night. It is the
third case of the kind in a week reported to the police. Arrests are
expected. - '
NEW YOKE, February SbV-rlndietnients have lieen returned
arainst many meat packers for eonspiiing to keep up pi ices by limit
ing the supp'y.
PHILADELPHIA, February 20. John Murphy the president of
the Central Labor Union of this city has been arrested for inciting
WASHINGTON, February 2G. Congressman Kitchen g es afier
I the tariff. He declares alt the rich are benefitted while increased coU
of living is being paid by the poor.
PHILADELPHIA, February 2(5. Shaw denies he is a prophet of
evil and that he predicted war with Japan.
WASHINGTON, 1 ebi uary 2(5. Ensigns Austin and lingers have
been detailed to net as addional attaches at the American Legation at
MOKE Oil LESS PUNGENT.
Just as He Thought. A small
boy was reciting in a geography
class. I he teacher was trying to
teach him the points of the compass.
She explained: "On your right is
the south, your li ft the liorlli, find
in front of yoti is the east. Now,
what is behind you?''
The hoy studied for a moment,
then puckered up his face and bawl-"
ill "I knew it- I told Ma you'd
see that patch in' my pants." In
dies' Home Journal.
1051 FORT STREET,
Il.-ithi r Startling. "Our star re
porter is getting too good for this
village,' said the rural editor.
"We'll have to send him to the
"In what way?" asked the edit
"Why in his stories. In one he
states a cow swallowed a pin, and
ten years later the c,ow was killed
and the pin found."
( eli, that might he jiossihlc." Jimmy. American J Joy
ii, mil lie nail Hie nerve to
say that the pin had enlarged into a
coupling pin." Detroit Tribune.
Mrs. Higblive (glancing at his
nose): "I think, my dear, you'd
licttt r get your picture taken before
the old process is abandoned."
THE FIRST NATIONALBANK OF WAILUKU
C. H. Cooke. 1'resiili'iit V. T. Robinson, 1st Yice-Fresiilent
I. II. Case, 2nd Vice-l'resiitcnt K. A. Wadsworth, Director
C. I). Lufkin, Cashier A. Aalherg, Auditor
J. Garcia, Asst. Cashier
EIGHTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
at the close of business, December 31, 1909
RKSOIKCKS , MAMMTiI-S
I,oniisanil Discounts $143,642.41 Capital Stock 35,000.00
Unileil States Homls 25,000.00 Surplus and Profits 27,002.96
Hoiuls 63,554. so; Due to hanks 391.24
Cash nnilDue from ltanks 53,995.67; Dividends I'lipaid 1,400.00
K inking House, Furniture, etc 5,900.00 Circulating 23,997.50
5 Redemption l'und 2,250.00 Depositors 202,050. 7
K. it. O. K. P
C. D. MTKIN, Cashier.
TERR 'TORY OF HAWAII, 1
CIH'NTV OF MAI'I, p '
I, C. I). Lufkin, Cashier of the ab...e named hank, do solemnly swear that tlji
above statement is true to the best of mv knowledge and belief.
C. I). M'FKIN, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 41I1 d.iv of January, 1910.
H. M. COIvE, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
TWUS f - a - wy---er-v. ew 1 ml
in beer is a trille less than
.'5 per cent in Priino Peer.
The effective ingredients are barley and hops a food and a
Every doctor knows how beer benefits. If you need more
strength or vitality he will prescribe ood beer.
Tho best boor to drink in Il-iwnii is
The Ucep that'K Brewed
to Suit the Climate.
I We Sell These.
You vaut tb best. Are you r-vjy
lor it Has caaou?
ft-J Wc rr rrl'ftrrd fd rvpr I f fore to rrw: t owr
in vein:!'1.; ard Ji- rnfs. There 3 uotii
(.:; s'jpeiior tn whut v 3 mo thcr.ii.K, ini.-istt,
-ivies i Servian. A1-nli;t J h. r.t'My in n?ke
un dieriul. You v. ill hc- 2 v.ct v;o tell you
IT'S THE FAMOUS
Ko mmirr whit m -j r-.-.int- if ICe a hnroeis or
s&niiubfrs tl.iit inns on wheels, we've
801 ii or will Quickly get it.
Cc" faun frnrowi'.h at. Evurrbo-ly luraf
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUIC, MAUI, T. H.
1'. S. The SiuaebtKer nameplite on ehiet
h lie Euarmtee. Doa'l forsst tbta.
lias a Hlepniuthcr. A strapping
lad of twelve was registered in 0111
of the public schools of Philadelphia.
He readily gave the several facts
called for, but he did not know
whether his birthday fell on tin
tenth of November or DeccmU-r.
The principal was surprised at
this display of ignorance on the part
of so old a child, and he asked how
it came to pass that he hadn't
learned the date of his birth. '
wasn't horn," said the U.y, "I had
a step-mother." Lippincott's Ma
Jimmy, your face is dirtv n train
this morning," exclaimed the
teacher. "What would you say if
I came to neliool each day with a
dirty face?" "I would be too polite
to say anything aUnit it, answered
Couldn't Hear. Sam
r ,!' .,,,,. I,;,,,.
..... . ... L,,,J tiling.
Doctor: "You can't hear?"
Sam: "No sir." Star of JIoie.
A Hint. -Mr. Higblive (looking
llji from the paper): "Well, well I
under will never cease! They've
got so now that they can photograph
Fresh Roasted Peanuts
always on hand
Orders taken for
Fruits, Nuts and Cigars.
Ice Cold Drinks
.Market Street, -:- -:- Wailuku.
Tht namt adffttJ t$ dturitt tjiluttv! th$ fUytr attiun 1
J possible when vo u have an "'
X improinptLi.musicale is always
possible when vnu have an
Use it alone or to accompany other instruments.
It is ready whenever you are.
When we say "m-PVV Piano", Wii ,! Iut mcan any
ordinary player piano. Ye n lVr to those made by The Cable
Company the only ones to which this title lIR-PLAYTR
These instrument have mauy special, patented features
which you do not find in any other pi anos containing player
devices. . And it is these features which enable you to play any
composition with the human expression oUaim .1 when a skilled
pianist plays by hand.
All you have to ilovith an XXfrpiAYj Piano is to opcrate
the pedals and move three little lev rs. It is simplicity itself
and yet you produce the v ,: ple:.siiijr effects.
Call and we will place an A!R-P1W!1 Piano at your disposal
You can then see for yourself how easy it -. to p ,y yolir f.lvorite
selections on one' of these instruments.
C. D. LUFKIN, Agent.