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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1916.
IN HONOLULU, JUNE ELEVENTH
We wish to announce our desire for the patronage of the Inter
island people. Knowing that we have satisfied the most critical and
most discriminating, we are sure it will be with you, as with all our
patrons, a case of once the Pleasanton, always the Pleasanton.
Located in four and one-half acres of private grounds, oppos
ite Punahou campus, in the coolest section of town, if is only twelve
minutes distant from either beach or business center.
Our accommodations are the best to be found on the Islands.
Cuisine is excellent and service most courteous. You will find an
atmosphere at the Pleasanton, all its own.
I) uring the Kaniehameha celebration, we will make for
Island people the special rate of
$3.00 and $4.00 per day
without and with private bath respectively. American plan.
Wireless reservations at our expense.
PLEASANTON HOTEL, Honolulu.
KAMEHAMEHA DAY IN HONOLULU, JUNE 10, 11, 12.
A Free Enlargement
you send a roll of films to us for developing and printing
tliey will be perfectly done and returned without delay.
In adition we will, for a limited time, make an 8"xl0" black
and white enlargement of any baby picture negative you may
send, absolutely FR.EB.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Cook in a
All the heat is concen
trated where it is needed
-keeps you cool and
makes for better cooking
n a. t . m i
vv iiy nui cook wun
a modern oil stove this sum
mer and be comfortable?
Bakes, broils, roasts, toasts.
More efficient than your wood
or coal stove, and costs less to
Better cooking because the
long blue chimneys g ive stead
ier, more evenly distributed
heat, under perfect control
like gas. No smoke or smell.
In 1, 2, 3 and 4-burner sizes,
ovens separate. Also cabinet
models with Fireless Cooking
Ask your dealer today.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
BERLIN, May 30 French lost heavily today in Verdun fighting
Were driven out of trenches on entire front between southern ridge of
Dead Man's Hill and Cummiers. Germans hold positions. Thirty-five
T l V 1 1- e f ft- . . . . .
rrencn omcers, including several stat t oincers and 114 prisoners
WASHINGTON, May 30 Fifty submarines to be provided un
der naval bill. Democrats vote down other projmsals by republicans
HONOLULU, May 30 Memorial Day is reminder to Hawaii for
preparedness in line with utterances of 60. Disciplined regulars, pro
mising national guardsmen, new naval militia, and other defense ore
anizations. Speaker of day, Rev. L. L. Loofburow, pointed to citizens'
Outy to uphold country and honor heroes of the past.
HONOLULU, May 30 Hawaiian Shriners to be represented at
the Butialo meeting by James McCandless and I hnmas K. Wall. A
session. of the highest council to be held. Greatest gathering of Mystics
ever held promises to mark forthcoming conclave.
commissioners nave asked gas corporation why it has not
complied with requirements of franchise.
Hawaii's business at capital picks up, writes correspondent.
Congress and departments said to moving affairs briskly.
1. PAUL, May 30 James J. Hill, railroad magnate, dead. Had
a great career. Opened inland empire to settlers. Owned Hill liners,
the Great Northern, and sister ship. Began life as a Canadian farm boy
and amassed an immense fortune.
LONDON, May 30 Commander of British lauds grit of French.
Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig says, in official review of fighting at
Verdun, that German sacrifices have been in vain. Their losses trem
endous, he tells countrymen. Battle for Hill 304 and le mort Homme
continues to rage with unabated fury. Teutons gain trench near Cum
miers. CHICAGO, May 30 Friends of Justice Hughes plan to get first
convention hurrah. Full wires to side-track Alabama and give New
York nominations precedence. Root and Roosevelt factions are 0111-
fd. Associate Justice is not an active candidate but supporters sav he
LONDON, May 30 Movement in America for peace is prema
ture. Newspapers sav Wilson has no new plan. Premier of Snain one
who cannot predict end of war.
TOKIO, May 30 Love for wife leads Russians naval officer into
treason. Influence of German help-mate induces Captain Kobinadoff
to attempt to wreck warship bought by Russia from Japanese. Deliber
ately runs vessel upon rocks. When plot fails and commander was put
under arrest, he committed suicide, while returning to Vladivostok as
LONDON, May 29 Feace talk led by Gerard aided by Presi
dent Wilson. Found Britain receptive. "Liverpool Coast" says "Sir
Edward Gray's speech gave quietus to move but it is now revived."
FARIS, May 29 Disorder breaking out in Greek cities. Invasion
of Bulgaria stirs mobs to anti-Teutonic demonstration. Sentiment
strongly leans toward Allies.
VIENNA, May 29 Austria won further successes against Italian
front, capturing two important positions in the vicinity of Pesaro,
their drive against yielding Italian line continuous and they are taking
trenches at point of bayonets, after the use of high explosives to take
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Dr. S. E. LUCAS
Eyes examined and tested.
Office: 1107 Alakea St., corner
of Hotel, Honolulu.
Wailuku, Maul, T. H.
P. O. Box S3
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.
Successors to LEH HOP
General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil (Uvea, Twlnee
Mattlr.fi, Wall Papera, Mattreeaa, Etc., Etc, Eta.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.
On Saturday, June 1 7th, beginning
at 1 0 A. M., at the stable of the Maui
Agricultural Co., Paia, I will sell at Public
Auction about 50 head of horses broken
and unbroken for saddle or harness. The
property of H. W. Rice.
W. O. AIKEN,