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THE MAUI NEWS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1913.
ITS COMMON TALK
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that comas from us is dependable.
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Electric Toasters
Electric Water Heaters
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Electric Fans
Electric Sewing Machine Motors
Electric Home-Laundry Machines
Electric Household Appliances of every kind
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AUTOMOBILES.
A Few Bargains In Good Cars.
5. Passengers, Stoddard-Day tor., A 1 condition $900
4. " Fordf in good order ;5()
3. " Overland Runabout, fine Cars 050
5, " Packard, a perfect Car 050
Inspect them at C. JSCIIOENINO & Co.
Tho expert Auto repairing headquarters.
Wailuku, Maui.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
HONOLULU, Jan. 1G The legislature will appropriate $2,000,-
000 lor Islam! harbors.
The Japanese Consul Cieneral will, personally, investigate condi
tion of llilo jail and enquire as to death of Japanese prisoner from
beri beri.
L. M. Whitehouse has reen reappointed City Engineer. Whitte-
more failed to be confirmed.
Board of Supervisor? refused to confirm Carter as fire chief, and
Thurston keeps his position.
Surveyors will start work on Waiakea lands on February 1.
The S. S- ' Sonoma" has 300,000 pounds of meat on board. It is
for the army on Oahu.
The Shipman lands at Keaau, Hawaii, have been re-surveyed and
the owners claim a lot of extra area.
HONOLULU, Jan. 15. Additional troops arrived yeRtcrday. The
Fourth Cavalry had to go into quarantine on account of a case of
spinal meningitis.
The Transport Logan went aground at entrance to harbor. She
was stuck for one hour.
Work will be started on deepening the harbor.
HONOLULU, Jan. 14. Madison says he fought always on the
square. lie adds that he is no ' knock out' man, but a clever boxer.
Dr. Hobdy says he is no governor; he is too busy with his
patients. .
The Democratic Committee recommends a clean sweep.
Supreme Court decides that Jesse Kaai must pay $150 into Court
or goto jail. The amount was pa d by Clerk Simonton four year ago.
A Federal summons has been issued for Carl Schaeffer in' order to
get evidence as to the motorcycle accident in which Miss Irma Wode-
house was injured.
HONOLULU, Jan. 13. Eddie Madison got the decision over
Frooper Buucisoeks on Saturday evening at Leilehua.
(ieorge F. VVhittemore, it is said, will be appointed city engineer
to succeed L. M. Whitehouse.
Brewer it Co.'s plantations will pay the following dividends:
Onomea, 30 cts. per share beginning January 5. The first of these
has been paid already, llonomu, $1 a share per month. Wailuku
Sugar Co., $1 per share per month. Hutchinson Hugar Co., 20 cts. a
share per month. Hawaiian Agriculture Co., 1.50 a share per
month. Pepeekeo Sugar Co., $1 a share per month. Paauhau Sugar
Plantation Co., dividends suspended.
I rma Wodehouse while riding a motor-cycle collided with Carl
Schaeffcr's automobile, and sustained a comnound fracture of the
right leg.
Edith Kibling was saved from drowning at the Waikiki beach
yesterday.
Pastor Smith yesterday declared that divorce is sometimes right.
There was nearly a riot in the Y. M. C. A. on Saturday night. A
decision In a basketball game angered the players of one team.
HONOLULU, Jan. 11. The supervisors find that county em
ployees are engaged by month and therefore cannot be dismissed un
til February 3.
Tong King'Chong, a lieutenant of Dr. Sun Yet San is in town.
He is a member of the Chinese Congress.
Attorney Lightfoot says he does no believe Chong late of First
National Bank is a defaulter. Chong to be returned from Japan
soon. '
NEW YORK, Jan. 1G. Fifty lawyers are engaged gathering
exidence to support claims for losses in the "Titanic'' disaster.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 1G. Kuhio met his wife here and re
turned with her to Washington.
CHICAGO, Jan. 16. The bail bonds for dynamiters have not
satisfied the court as there was not enough real estate behind them.
CHICAGO, Jan. 16- Jack Johnson has been admitted to bail in
the sum of $5,000, on a charge of smuggling.
RICHMOND, Jan. 16 Clark and Floyd Allen, who murdered
the judge, prosecutor and several othero in court, are to be executed
today.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 15. Several railroad men left on the
Sonoma for Honolulu. They will meet the excursion steamer "Cleve
land'' and book all the passengers they can for their respective roads.
The Coastwise law has been suspended to allow the railroad men to
travel on the big steamer.
BOISE, Jan. 15. Senator Borah has been re-elected
SAN FIUNCISCO, Jan. 15 Chief Inspestor Hall has left for
Hawaii. He will inspect all the post offices of the Territory.
BATTLE CUEEK, Jan. 15. Jack Johnson has been arrested as
it was feared he would jump his bail of $30,000. He had tickets for
Toronto in his possession when taken into custody.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 15. Senator Root introduced a bill today
which eliminates the clause in Panama Canal Bill that exempts Amer
ican ships from toll.
NEW YORK, Jan. 13. Judge Archibold has been found guilty,
5G to 5.
NEW YORK, Jan. 13. President-Elect Wilson says every ap
pointee to office will be a stand-patter.
MEXICO CITY, Jan. 13. The Federal forces have been engaged
in several buttles, and some have been defeats.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 13. $225,000 will ba spent on Honolulu
harbor.
NEW YORK, Jan. 13. Helen Gould and Finlay Shepherd will
be married on January 22.
PARIS, Jan. 16. Paul Desch tire is one of the many candidates
for President of French Republic.
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l.u. J-h'in, Jan. lu. 1 lie Hainan envoys nave given breathing
time to the Turks.
LONDON, Jan. 15. The conference of the Peace Envoys is un
satisfactory and the indications are that war will be resumed soon
ST. PETERSBURG, Jan. 15. The Crown Prince is again very ill
LONDON, Jan. 15. The House of Lords again opposes Home
Rule for Ireland.
LONDON. Jan. 13. The Turkish National Assembly will meet at
once to decide on Peace terms
LONDON, Jan. 13. The Powers have agreed regarding terms
land the distribution of Chinese loan. America gets $15,000,000.
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