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Tro:;oLUMi - rvrAiMirr-T'vr::, fi.iday, Nov. is. 1012.
I ! 1 . If " "J J : - . - -" - v , t W ... -' . ' ' V, . , , , . 1 .who onjcy Li Livur.Y. vasZ rno.z 41:: '1 .: : - J C-::n Ctreotj T ""1 f ... ..." - ..... V f . m 1 ' 1 frpfcI."iV Flar-pui:i tin . Onrrpon3euceJ WWAILthu. Haul, '-.-Nor. 12.The most -exciting piece- of 'news since the election 13 tr? action cf the. Doard ol ftercrYi-crs, favoring an autcmctile road to'the summit, cf Uzlz-z.li.-To those who have stewly made the trip on mute Inch, the undertallrj: rccms stupcneteu.v : Dut .the trail nowadays Is so uuch improved ever wi-t it was- even four years agDwith so many 'steep- r .-cents- made easier by the present . v. inding path which'? Is !carly m.-.rheJ ty . whit.?- sign posts, that aa auterr.'eUte'-'.rcad . with even less sharp gra:te3 than the " present trail tahes, wculd be practicable. 5 The matter has .teen seriously dis- cussed in th? r:r: ting cf. ths Beard, end ste: 3 have hen tahen to chtate a right cf v ry through." the pastures .t the- II; ! ..hate,' Ranch. . This will re' -.My t ? " ) difficult, ta-d: for the cv.r.cij c:' tl.j roach ere among' the most pullte -r 1. Ii lied citizens cf Maui, and wc.! J do all in their power to sake -tl v trip to the -summit"- cf Maul's - i-f.eas mountain '.as easy las posslMe. ;;-. A :-V; .';A.A The, -neat" step' is to get', the" whole' cf the new road 'surveyed. ..'This .will, cf ceurro, tahe time, .but a good sur vey naJ at'ths cuet'ef the 'un iter tahteg v.lll ray. dter.y physical mat ter; will ! ;re 1T3 to he taken into cc:u: te ratter.; . -.any. .."pilches v.ili t -ve la 1 3 f 1 : r cf.':ctlvr!y 'tl.at : 1 f; ' ; ; cut tu.e re 'J.' As ca-y : will iloet cf r'l have -to l-o . ; 1 te, " . : 'tl.3 tap cf the i :.. :r. t;- :'.'.; irrr" L'ac!: - '.3 . ill hive ta 1 0 1: .. 1 cut fir.- i:.re a -r3 fr:..t end cfC: :3 f - -. - - t 1 cc t tl. 'The strin; cf ,Ilepuhlican "defeats has cot entirelydied cutda the wilds Cf Kakaako, Judging It roa, the loud pedalins voice of pretest raised tn that censested district last night by a Hawaiian who upon; arraisacieat at police court this morning answered to the name of Hooka iaaahx ' s - It was a nerve racking and thick- tongue brand of melody that was sent forth In suclf volumes tt-t the police hastened to the scene. J, -Judge Monsarrat slftu the inatter (!vyu to the last note and then pre- suinaciy taking into consiaerauon me sweeping Eourbonlc victory in the city and county of - Honoluludevied a r.Iaimura fine.,'.-'. . ,' : - - A local jehu booked at the station cider the name of Green will be ar rained tomorrow uponv a charge of heedless driving.; While no disasterous results followed the - alleged - wild ride, the officers took the driver into camp and will endeavor to prosecuTe the case W the end.: yl . ; , ' J Lee Tuck will have to take his chances ; with the i Grand Jury, "and ho-t!l.he be indicted, will then face trial at "Circuit Court upon a charge cf uttering a false check The Chi nese" is charged "with having passed hit of paper bearir. z the signature of the C. K. Lum Company, which when presented to a local band foi cc'Icetion was returned with the brief r.cte "no .' funds' " written thereon. J:- llonsarrat - found sufficient. evi i!:r.ce to remand' the defendant to the grand Jury, . Attorney Chillingworth t Icchlng after the interests of the dcT::- 'ant Lee -Tuck. .' nt;:i; A window in the Salvation - Army rc 2 ding rocr.i was sr. ashed by one CIIl Derg, who this mcrnir.g was tour.d "guilty of. thi3 deed of vandal leai:and ns::e?cd a fine of T-) and t!.? c-ts. ' vv : j 1 .3 t: 3 l:. ... dr.:2 ..-Lth th3 I I. ; c -1 I:-. H:v-;. ;;: ; j ; ;.:..tc I cut that in ' cc n :;!. tho r.ew read t:.:r.o tait :.:rd.i h'-r? can Le lullt 'I -:.? h:;: prrr.-.aucr.tly !r, c::d 11'? Inv;t!r.T to ru! 1 li:.o t. rpene! a r.:-ht . 'I!:;; if t' trail cr. I . - . : :; i: r:::i cf the : V. c:if::r. to - . . t . , IT,)-, . t o raa.te cr.e c' u c: tho tcurUt. -... t C 1; r:;y, w: v;c: t cu tD I,. t' 3 : c:-.v . Vineyard. Etrcct. Caalp 2 continues (o ; ;;! up with '. painful regularity in tc.ti.ieuy 1: :c; .1 at Dl:trict Court 1 " 3 v! :n caees t f v. ifs heating cr crur.!:cr.r.:e3 ara cm tl.3 t cards. . -; A ryderi cf Iliad r' 1, extensive. in It3 etcrs e;; -arently I :uri hes there, ju ': :r frcai accurau' :tci evidence re .' in the p. - roaster, cf License In t; r;-r.::i.-- "".';-'' - Ar: -" Ah lif e, rllrr' 1 to have done ri i" 't Lu::.:::s a: tl.3 infamcus r-- ' I---, he en' r.rralgr.ed..r.tt :.. . !f ' M ' ' ' 'v V - ' .- ' 'j ', r. .' - -! .1 V. W - ' . hi 1 - w: - - - X i i I iiivvr.i..5,;i :::r.t. pciu ,4 t!UaC .TvL! Tficy r.i;;:i':',. C'l rc'V. tl as: 1- ..s. 4.1 I . - i v ,w. t. - w . ...... W!c:i ii-:-:y::ci:; ivcTfjc;! vc:l, ."-.. . , . "i t . f ' - j- .;: ' I . i r- ' . ",'- I . '."! ' 1 . v 1 v. - , v 1 I. . . . 4 . l. i : . w. 4 -1 i JUU .t:l; v.- - f 1 Ov.. i-.t !.. 1 '. , "' ; . , Mf 0 .'.,' I ' .'1 :; V. , j I..W ft i V. k.. V k . . I I .'! ', , -.--: 1- t x -r"; x i f"". 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The four volumes are filled with eneel'ent f ictures. The descrip tive natter, . though rather brief, 13 well w ritten and .full; of personal ex periences, very much as Mr. Digger wrote them to friends at home. The work is bound most attractively. 1; .......... 1... i , j .niag t... . as tl CI.:.. 1 -1 dec! ' .v - . ... 03 .char. Le all .v.ed te,j over for f. ha: : -ro-':thansha.i;hl :artirg to cope-wit: '3 mode with;:, v the ver. . : cl" 'etent' heveragci r.r. t' t' l : "d red t. . : c :. :r at th? re- - . . - YeoU rol :.y, during"' the"' recital . cf r. 1 wifo Leatiog ce o, develerod thai cl: : p wine wai at -tha 'bottom. cf the; This morning a Russian was placed i:r. ':r arrcet., the charge fceing-that doling a'v.ir.e f::t 1? displayed- a. i. ..in. i.lyl ; . This Is tl.3 seas or. c! tha year whe ra others feel very r ieo concerned c er the frequent' cc' '3 c 1.. trade I lg their, chil li,::, ;::.! av3 ah.... 1: at r: -son for it, as every cold vcaher.3 t... lungs, lowers the .vitality and pave : the way for tl.3 raeee s:riou3 diseaef that to cften .f alter.'. '. Chamberlain'o ' Cough Remflg is famous forjis cureo, and is pleasant snd safe to take, For sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.. Ltd., agents -for Hawaii. The choirs of the "Makawao church and the V.'ailuku Unioii church, are to unite for , the Thanksgiving; praise services In both churches on the Sun day 'before Thanksgiving. . Stanley Livingston will be in?-, the choir for the day, rnd Mrs. Louise. Chisholm Jcnes, soloist for the Wailuku choir, will have a leading part. There are an unusually, large number of strong vcicc3 "In both! ; chclrs, , so ' that s the music 'for Sunday, the - 24th' of the month, ought , to - be the Ibest heard crt Maui for' some time. c ;-: ;' f 7 rp 1 Gomes Express, Tel.; 2298.- Reliable. A reasonable, prompt- and efficient,. : :'. V ':';:: kSS34-ly yri- Gomes Express,. Fort Stv Tel. . 22DS. . All Xinds of light arid heavy dray fl ing. 1 Up-to-date motor trucks. k3334-iy. HOUSE MOVING. ... Gomes Express. Tel. . 2233.. . Furriiture r and piano moving.- Storage faeili "e" ties.- . , k5334-ly. ' f f- i 7r,"iT;r"-"Tr,n.Trn,ns -.lilt ii.iti.LWll Girl:! Gcta 25-ccnt Dcttb of "Dandcrina"' and ;-Try '."This. - : ;-vA!so Steps Felling Hair; Destroys, Dandruff- v " Tour hair becomes light, wary, fluf fy, abundant-rand appears as soft, lus trous and .beautiful as a ;young girl's after a Danderlne hair cleanse," Just try thismoisten . adcth with., a little Danderine2 and.1 carefully ; ;,draw -'nit throng j. your halriUkiag one - small strand at a - time. ;'Thi3-,wilt Ccleanse the hair of dust, dirt and excessive oil and -in just a few moments you have V v.hled tHe beauty; of-your hair. ,L.:'tei Abeautifyingr the- -hair at once,' Danderine dissolves every -particle, of dandruff; cleanses, - purifies and invigorates - the; scalp, foreter stopping itching; and falling baliv ; c But what will please jou most ; will be"aXter. a few, weeks. nse when.-you will I actually jsee . new'lhalr-Htine -and downy at , first -'yes-rbut really new hair; growing all over' the" scalp. If you care for pretty, soft hale and lots of it surely get a 23-cent bottle of Knowlton's Daficferih f rora any-dnig. glut or toilet counter, and Just try It . ' - ..: , - . ' ffThis --beautiful mor. ofty- vrill tD tfr.c:.! at ; - homs buyera'c:: cccd tcr;3 L C: - - , . . ' ' " '".' ' , . . ..- ; . . , . ' . l.v .. .i v" " ' . '- - -.-". . . . . 1 . , terr V. :V . .L'ota.7ill bo plac-I cu cab '2-- r V 4-4 W , w- 1 .. U 4 ; i-:. o a.m. . Size of Lots from 5000 to 7000 cqunro 1:3 lfdixigarch2ers are invited to inspect tlie pro; .and malie application to . . - . ,Fort Gtrcot, nearXIcrchat t " !:r t port! t.i 1:1 t- .i .1 1 1 r : . t 1:; vs. . . ; :- l:.o'::: ' ' 4) f - V,"