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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1911
Bro. Benjamin inWailuku.
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BRO. BENJAMIN REMEDY CO.
Reentered In tha U. 8. Patant OMlca.
Bro. Benjamin free concerts nt
Market ami Main Bts., were well at
tended. Big crowds enjoying the
really clever entertainment provid
ed. The company go from litre to
Kahului, Friday and Saturday, Oct.
27, 28. Hamakuapoko, 30 and 31.
Paia, Camp 1, Punene, and other
places to follow Two nights in each
place. In an interview with a News
reporter Bro. Benjamin said, "I am
making a hurried triparoundthe dif
ferent islands of the gi oup both for
business and pleasure staying a few
days in each place and giving a con
cert and lecture each night explain
ing the different medicines of old
Bro. Benjamin, and how to use
them. For instance, rheumatism,
we use the great remedy, Bro. Ben
jamin Compound Herbalo internally
and the Bro. Benjamin Wonder
Liniment externally as a rub or
massage morning and night. For
asthma or that consumption cough,
we use the Herbalo in tea spoonful
doses and Bro. Benjamin Cough
Remedy as directed. For catarrh
and difficult breathing and cold in
the head, we use the Catarrh Rem
edy and achieve great results. Bro.
Benjamin Salve is used for wounds,
cuts, piles, corns, ets. For severe
cases of constipation where Bro.
Benjamin Compound Herbalo is not
sufficient we use Bro. Benjrmin
Pills in addition. We have the fin
est soap and tooth power in the
world, and our sale on them is tre
mendous. We have made remarkable
cures with these marvelous rem
edies, and in my headquarters in
Honolulu, at the Honolulu Drug Co.,
testimonials pur in most every day.
My object also in traveling about is
to acquaint the people where- they
can get these remedies in their
home towns. For instance, you can
get them at the Pioneer Store,
who were the first to introduce
them here, also the Maui Drug Co.,
Maui Dry Goods & Grocery Co., G.
Ah See and also at the Kahului
hranch of the Maui Dry Good3 &
Grocery Co. Hike Wailuku and have
many friends here. The Iao valley
is beautiful and you have a splendid
clean cut little city here. I want to
take this occasion to thank the peo
ple for their many kindnesses to me
The cut of the old man is old
Bro. Benjamin, the originator of
these medicines, and must be on
every package and labels of our
medicines, or it is not genuine.
The new factory of the
Maul Pol Co. is sanitary
in every detail.
Poi furnished in up-to-date
agate ware vessels.
Let us supply you with a
trial order. .
Maui Poi Company
China Appeals to Powers.
LONDON, Oct. 25. China hns requested the diplomats to inter
cede to secure a nino months postponement of the boxer indemnity fund.
TOKIO, Oct. 2n. The revolution in China is spreading with in
credible Fpeed north and south Chnn Chan is reported captured.
PEKIN, Oct. 25. Pelan has pone over to the rebels. Thip was
considered ft federal stronghold. Kling Klang, one o Ithe few remain
ing federal strongholds has opened its gales to the rcbuls. The federal
forces about Nanking are in grave danger.
CITY OF MEXICO, Oct. 25 The rebels entered the district of
Milta Alta yesterday and dynamited buildings. Federals ore out in
K1LLDEVII. HILL, N. C.r Oct. 25. Oi ville Wright glided nine
minutes in his aeroplane today without using his engine.
COPENHAGEN, Oct. 25 Dr. Cook has been forbidden to' deliver
a lecture here. His carriage was attacked in the ttrcet and mobbed.
NORFOLK, Va., Oct. 24. Four vessels of the torpedo divis'on,
sailing torn Charleston for this port are missing. Great anxiety is
felt for their safety.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 24. The Athletics defeated New York in
the fourth game by it score of 4 to 2. Mtlhcwson was knocked out of
the box in the third inning.
TOKIO, Oct. 24. The revolutionists are meeting with success in
their southern campaign. Changhai has fallen. The revolutionists
are reported victorious on both land and water.
PEKIN, Oct. 24. The government is making every effort to end
the revolution peacefully. Emmissaries have been sent to the revolu
tionary camp with a compromise on the basis of immediate constitu
TOKIO, Oct. 24. An additional loan of 18,000,000 yen ($9,000,
000) has been made by Japan to China. The loan will be paid through
the Yokohuma Specie Bank.
COWETA, Oct. 24. One more has been killed and several in
jured in the race war.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. 24. Dr. Hyde is again on trial for lulling
Swope, his father-in-law.
HARRISBURG, Pa., Oct. 24. Fire damp and explosion jn a
coal mine here, has killed several miners.
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 24.- Rain again prevented the ball game
for the world's championship.
China Crying for Help.
TOKIO, Oct. 23. The Chinese government has asked military
aid of Japan. It is believed that Japan is waiting the consent of the
COWETA, Ok., Oct. 23. A serious race war hns broken out
here. The city attorney was killed by a negro, who was immediately
lynched. Negroes of the district are gathering in arms. The militia
lias been called out.
WASHINGTON, Oct, 23. On account of the seriousness of affairs
in China, the Asiatic fleet have been ordered to the mouth of the
TOKIO, Oct. 23 Official advices are to the effect that the Impe
rial fleet has joined the rebels. The revolutionary army is ready to
march on Pekin.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 23. The armv of General Jlanco has
routed the imperialists at Wangchu. The rebels captured all the artil
lery and equipment.
PEKIN, Oct. 23. The city is in a panic. It is reported that the
Emperor and Prince Chung have secretly left the city.
NEW YORK, Oct. 23. The attorney of the States of Virginia
and North and South Carolina have filed protests against the reorgan-
zauon of the tobacco trust.
Imperial Forces Defeated.
PEKIN, Oct. 21. The defeat of the imperial forces before Han
kow is more complete than at first reported. It is believed here that
the government is withholding news of a great disaster to the Manchu
army. Members of the legation in close touch with Central China as
sert that more than one province south of Yanste and some north, are
expected to join the rebels.
lOKlO, Oct. 21. I he Chinese gunboat fleet which took part in
bombardment of Hankow has disappeared.
HANKOW, Oct. 21. Members of the Red Cross Society have been
killed by imperialists in retaliation.
HAMBURG, Oct. 21. Two unknown English steamers collided
in the Elba. One sank, one stranded. No details
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 21. Portland wins the pennant in the
Pacific Coast baseball league.
WACO, Oct. 21. Aviator Rodgers sailed from here tin morning
on his trans-continental trip.
NEW CASTLE, Wyoming, Oct. 21. Taft said in a speech here to
night that h'e proposed to enforce the anti-trust laws..
HONOLULU, Oct. 25. A Porto Rican burglar escaped from jail
It Is reported that Alfred Carter is Kuhio's choice for governor.
Mrs. Elizabeth Cockett died here yesterday.
W. A. Kinney will go to the coast on the Nippon Maru, and will
HONOLULU, Oct. 24. At a Chinese mass meeting here tonight
it was resolved to ask Secretary Knox to use his influence to prevent
any interference by Japan in the Chinese revolution.
The entire company M, Second Infantry, is in the hospital from
The mother Harry Murray died yesterday.
Alarston Campbell, Jr., eaved his father from drowning at Kaha
Belle Vida, formerly of Honolulu, died in San Francisco yesterday.
HONOLULU, Oct. 22. The Hongkong Maru has arrived here
from Peru with one case of yellow fever on board.
The corner stone of the Carnegie Library was laid Saturday.
O'Dowda and Eklund won in the semi-finals for the Hall cup Sat-
uruay. u uowua neat ureenneld, ana fctlund beat Castle, J hey will
play the finals today. '
The rumor that the Toyo Kisen Kaisha would dispose of their
wnne cai'iains is uiccreuiteu nere. ,
HONOLULU, Oct. 21. Over two hundred couples are effected by
the recent decree of the Supreme Court relative to divorces.
THE WHITE "SIX
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their motor car. This new "Six has all of the characteristic White
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and other refinements of design and construction which represent tho most ad
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Tho man who wants "a good car or none" is taken caro of, whether the price
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VOLCANO STABLES & TRANSPORTATION CO., LTD.
AGENTS Hilo, Hawaii
Amounting to Five Dollars
and accompanied with cash
will bo delivered to any port
on Maui free.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
! PAPER BAGS - - STATIONERY
The Largest Exclusively Paper
House in the Territory.
American-Hawaiian Paper and Supply Co., Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND QUEEN STREETS
GEO. G. GUILD, Vice Pres. and Mgr.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU.
Statement of Condition.
Wailuku, Maui,, T. H., Sept. 31th, 1910.
Loans, Discounts, Overdrafts $186,130 47
United States Bonds J 25,000 00
Other Bonds 72.726 25
Real Estate Wwued 1,160 85
Cash & Due from Banks 87,743 83
Banking House, Furniture, etc. 6,838 00
Five Per cent. Fund 1.250 00
Surplus & Profits
Due to Other Banks
, 37.045 48
LODGE MAUI, No. 984, A. F. fir A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Musonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday nigbt of each month at 7.30
P. M. .
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
F. P. ROSECRANS R. W. M.
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hail, Wailuku. on the
second and fourth Saturdays of, each
All visitin? member nr nnrdinll-u in.
vited to attend.
E. F. DEINERT, C. C.
C. C. CLARK, K. OF R. & S.
MALI PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
A special meeting of the Maui Publish-
ing Company, Limited, will be held in
the office of D. II. Case, Wailuku, on
Wednesday, November 8, 191 1, at 4 P. M.
A meeting of the Directors will beheld
immediately after the stockholders meeting.
By order of
H. A. BALDWIN, President,
D. H. Case, Secretary.
Notice to Depositors In Bishop &
Company's Savings Bank. .
In accordance with the printed Con
ditions of Agreement issued by Bishop &
Company's Savings Bank, notice is here
by given that the rate of interest paid on
savings deposits will be reduced from
four and one-half per cent (.414) per an
num to four per eent (4) per annum.
This reduction will come into effect on
the first day of January, 191 2.
Dated at Honolulu, T. H. Sept. 15, 1911.
Sept. 23 to Dec. 31.
Dr. NOTTAGE, Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat Specialist, Honolulu will be at
Paia Hospital, Saturday, Sunday, Mon
day and a part of Tuesday, Nov. 4, 5, 6
and 7. Appointments received up to 10
a. in., Tuesday, Nov. 7.
If you cannot get an appointment by
phone come right to the Hospital.