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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY U, 19 I
S THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Ltd
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NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES '
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g HONOLULU, HAWAII
P. O. Box 346 5
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That' what you can depend on when you deal with
us. Our departments are alwayB 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 tim and money by dealing with us.
The Laiiaina Store
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
From the furnishing of the Kodak
to the Films, developing and print
ing you can sccuro at this store.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
Pure Mild and ol the Finest Quality.
IO for 5 cents.
Sold to dealers by
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HONOLULU, Feb. 7. Madame Calve, the French Prima Donna
who is on her way to America, is on board the Manchuria and will
stop for a week in Honolulu. She will give two concerts in the Opera
House. . .
Terrific rains caused a flood to sweep down upon the city yester
day. Many houses, are damaged. Some live stock has been killed.
Trains on the Oahu railway were stalled and the tracks submerged in
Herbert Moore, the lone Dtmocratio Senator in the Legislature is
still on the coast. It may become necessary to hold a special election
to fill his seat.
Honolulu commercial bodies will take up the movement to aid
HONOLULU, Feb. 6. Dr. Norgaard will conduct a campaign
against bovine tuborculosis. Stringent enforcement of city ordinances
has been ordered. Milk famine main result.
Prominent Government officials here to assist Engineer Martin in
inspecting all water resources in the Islands. Swamp lands are to be
transformed into industrial siteB on the water front. No more tene
ment places. Old ones to be torn down as Soon as possible.
HONOLULU, Feb. 4.- George Carter has returned and says that
Taft did not go. farther than to pay that the men who had been sug
gested by him" for Collector of Internal Revenue would be considered.
Frank Thompson says that the Leilehua water rights bill had not
been abandoned by McCrossen.
Mail advices 'state that there is nothing in the new treaty with
Japan that will bar coolies out of the country.
In a letter to Secretary Wood of the Promotion (jommittce, Man
ager Shwerin of the Pacific Mail, says Honolulu, muBt have better
hotel accommodation before they can hope for more steamships. ;
Blizzard Raging in Chicago.
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WASHINGTON, Feb. 8 The;House has passed a bill providing
for the purchase of suitable houses for American embasies in foreign
EL. PASO, Feb. 7. It is reported here that in the battle recently
outside Jaurez, over one hundred were killed, and many wounded.
The Federal troops reached Jaurez, bringing their wounded with them.
The rebels remained in possession of the battlefield. ' '. ; '
CHICAGO, Feb. 7. A terrific blizzard is raging all over the mid
dle west. Wires are down, trains are stalled and the storm is still
ragidg. Four lives are known to have been lost in this city. , ,
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 7., Archbishop Ryan ip steadily improv
ing in health. ' .'...- ; - . 1
SACRAMENTO, Feb.'AState Treasurer WilliamB was yesterday
appointed Superintendent of Banks in place of Anderson, who was
removed for cause. ..,'' :,
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7. Senator Lodge of Massachusetts is
strongly opposed to the Senators being elected by a direct vote of the
Ordered to the Border.
A Home for the Feet not a Prison.
Has room for all five toes to lie perfectly in
their natural positions. : : :
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET,
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PAPER BAGS STATIONERY
Tho Largest Exclusively Paper
IHouse inllthe Territory.
American-Hawaiian Paper and Supply Co.; Ltd.
CORNER FORTf AND QUEEN STREETS
GEO.JG. GUILD, Vice Pres. and Mgr.
SEATTLE, Feb. 6. Tommy Burns, the former champion heavy
weight, will not be able to fight again owing to an injury of the knee
VICTORIA, Feb. 6. Norwegian steamer Titan ia, which went
ashore recently, has been successfully floated. v '
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6. Three companies of the Signal Corps
were yesterday ordered to. proceed at once to the Mexican border,
making a total of over 1000 troops ordered within a week.
HARBIN, Feb. 6. Plague victimB by thousands are being burned,
Fearful situation prevails in the city where smoke from pyres hides
the sky. Heroic doctors and nurses are dying. Minister Calhoun
makes report. ' "
CHRISTIANIA, Feb. 6. Two hundred and fifty three fishermen
are afloat at sea on a field of ice. ' k
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 6. Former U. S. Consul Bellows, who wis
stationed in Japan, Bays the war talk is only foolishness.
MANILA, Feb. 6. Earthquakes are decreasing in both number
and force and people are again repairing damages.
KLORKSDORP, S. Africa. Feb. 6. General Cromje, a famous
Boer General, dies at his home. . '
Rebels Hearing Juarez.
JUAREZ, Feb. 4. General Orozco,' leader of the insurgent forces
has sent word that he would commence an attack on the city imme
diately. Thirty-two government soldiers were killed in a fight with
the rebels near here yesterday.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4. Senator Root in a speech yesterday
urged the unseating of Senator Lorimer.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4.--At a special cabinet meeting to consider
the uprising in Mexico, 700 additional troops were ordered to the
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 4. Three troops of cavalry have depart
ed for the Mexican border. There are rumors of frequent clashes.
SACRAMENTO, Feb. 4. An appropriation of $5,000 was voted
yesterday for the immediate relief of the famine sufferers in China.
CHICAGO, Feb. 4. The strike of the garment workers against
the firm of Hart, Schaffer & Marx has been declared off. This is the
first strike lost in this city in years. '
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something' that run on wheel, we've -got
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f ' the place. ,
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI T. H.
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Hotel and' Fort Streets.
The name that you always find on the very ln-st '.
Sporting Goods made. We are the Spalding Pistri- '
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of these well known goods. . ,
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