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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1906
Old refrigerators give lodgment to germs. So
also do refrigerators that are damp.. The
is built on the latest and most scientific prihei-
pls. microbe simply can't live in it.
It will stand the "match test" for dampness
the" simplest and surest test you can give for the
groatest dofect a refrigerator can have. Leave
a match in it all night and it will strike as good
as ever in the morning.
The- oonard is mado to bo taken apart and
Now stock now at
II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
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SOLE AGENTS : :
D1RBCT FROM THB BRBWBRY
Paul Jones, Cutter
i AND - ' ' :-
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
Time to Bestin
Regin hatching in tho Fall and raise the young chichs dur
ing the cool montsluof Winter and early Spring. That is what
observant poultry raisers say. Less likelihood' of sorehead and
chicks are stronger. , .
V, ' a!1 cyphers incubator
will start you right. It is tho best incubator made. Better than
a dozen hens. New supply now ready at
lit U. nALiLi y 5MJfN, Ltd.
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL POULTRY SUPPLIES.
(Continued from page I.)
Take the island of Lanai, for exam
ple, which is to bo tho prizo of
some one of n very rich few appli
cants. In a healthy Btatc of pub
lic opinion and business n dozen
land and development companies
and perhaps as many Settlement
Associations would bo bidding for
it today. So thoy would for other
great public areas, and out of it wo
should have a shong, rich, potent,
Americanized Hawaii, fit to hold
its own, and enriching itself beyond
any other Territory and many
other States of tho Union, from tho
varied resources of its soil. This
Territory could, by an enlightened
system of land colonization, solve
all its problems and support, with
out crowding, a population of half
a million people. And yet it is
letting industrious whito men leave
it, without protest, for the sakeof
opportunities which might be easi
ly given here. Advertiser.
Corner Market and Main Sts. , Wailuku,. Maui
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OF
WELD "KNOWN STANDARD RRANDS OF
J) WINES, WHISKEYS, CORDIALS,
25c -2 glasses 25c
SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
Siberia Takes On Many Honolu
S. KimURA, Proprietor.
When you want your carriago repaired to last e
bring it to the right shop.
GB&BRAL BLACKSMITHING HORSE SHOEING.
Carrying a large and distinguished
crowd from Honolulu, the P. M. S.S.
Siberia, Captain Zeeder, sailed for
San Prascisco tins morning at 10
o'clock from the Hackfeld wharf.
There was tho usual largo gather
ing of friends to say farewell, accom
panied by the inevitable feast of
flowers. C" e little incident served
to give the departure a suggestion
of the unusual and that was the pres-'
ence above tho main gangway of a
florid gentloman of originally happy
disposition rendered still more happy
perhaps, by one or two early morn
ing glasses. He had something to
say, for awhile, in the nature of a
brief address, to overybody who
mounted the gangway to the prome
nade deck. "Como now. look lively.
therel" ho would suggest, yes, you
I'm taking to you you with the big
nose and the blue capl Careful.now,
mind you don't fall and mako a nasty
mess on tho deck Ah, there, how.
lovely you look this morning. Enjoy
ed Honolulu?--Well, say, I did well
Among prominent Honoluluans who
took their departure were Mrs. J, B.
Atherton and Miss Juliette Atherton,
going to the mainland on an extend
ed visit; C. C. Kannedy, manager of
Waiakoa plantation, going to Louisi
ana to study the cano loader there.
H. P. Baldwin was also a passenger.
Robert Atkinson goes away for a
time and Dr. Coffer of tho U. S, M.
Hospital service, accompanied by his
wife and daughter, aio San Francis
co passengers. E, U. McClanahan,
defeated candidate on the Democra-
tic ticket for Delegate to Congress,
goes to mainland accompanied by his
wife. A. G. M. Robertson also de
parted. Star, Nov. 20.
Three Sent to Insane Asylum.
Joo Sllva was removed to the asy
lum for tho Insane this morning, be
ing tho third committal in twenty
Joo was onco a member of the po
lice forco and later becamo a tele
phone lineman. Alcoholism is sup
posed to have something to do with
his present stato of tn!nd. Ho is
continually imagining that ho is
workingon tho 'telephone lines and
throws himself into tho attitudo of
one climbing poles, handling wires
and making telephone connections.
Ho is on tho books as Joo Silva, but
is frequently knownas Charlie. He
is a Portugueso-Hawaiian.
Joo Docker and Rose Mediiros
were sent to the asylum yesterday.
Decker was once something of a
prize fighter. His insanity took tho
form of demolishiag furniture and at
tacking his sister.
Mrs. Roso'Medoiros had a way of
sitting on the veranda and keeping
people awed by a carving knife. She
was living at Queen and Kowalo
streets. Star, Nov. 20.
To Accept Service for Iuukca.
High Sheriff Henry had anticipa
ted that he would have to go toKona
today to servo thonotico of the peti
tion of a recount on sheriff-elect Cur
tis P. Iaukca but an arrangements
has been affected whereby the sheriff
will not havo to mako tho trip.
V. A. Kinney as attorney for Iau
kea has agreed, it was stated this
morning, to accept tho service of the
petition. Henry will not therefore,
be required to mako the Hawaii trip.
It is quite likely that Kinney may
institute proceedings looking for a
recount in the senatorial and legisla
tive election for this districts on this
island. He has not perfected his
petition as yet but the matter is un
der consideration. Star, Nov. 20.
Hawaii County Treasury Empty.
As a result of the unprecedented
action of the Board of. Supervisors
last Friday, in transferring $20,000
from the general fund to tho road
fund, against tho protest of Super
visor Shipman, chairman of the
Finance Committee, Hawaii County,
for tho first timo in her history, lias
an empty treasury and is unable to
There is an overdraft of $4483.14.
Tho sotting aside of $20,000 in this
way is something that has never boon
done before, and the members who
insisted upon it are accused in cur
rent local discussion of "whooping
things up" to empty the treasury
before the change of administration
The Finance Committee was not
consulted in tho matter, according to
the usual custom, and the Board did
not even wait to see it It had the
$20,000 on hand. As a matter of
fact it ordered $20,000 transferred
from tho general fund to the road
fund when thoro was considerably
less than $20,000 on hand. Hilo
Herald, Nov. 15.
NOTICE TO MA RINERS.
Honolulu, T.H., Novcmber20, JOOG.
Tho following affects tho List of
Lights and Fog Signals, Pacific
Honolulu Harbor Channel Lights,
page 58, after No. 270 (List of
Lights -Buoys and Daymarks, 12th
L. H. Subdistrict, 1900, page 13).
About December 5, 190G, tho fol"
lowing described lights will bo eslab
lished to mark tho 35 foot channel
into Honolulu Harbor, southerly-sldo
of thf island of Oaliu.
Light No. 3, a lixed white lens
lantern light, 11 feet abovo the wat
er, on a singlo pile, in about 18 fret
of water, about 70 feot to the west
ward of the woslorly edge of the
channel, and about 3.3G0 feot 9-10
mile) S by W i W from Honolulu
Range Front Light.
Light No. 4, u lixed red lens lan
tern light, 11 feet above the water,
on a single pile, in about 25 feet of
water, about 70 feet to the eastward
of tho easterly edge of the channel,
abreast of and about 510 feet ESE I
E from Ligr.t No. 3, and about 3,325
feet (9-10 mile) S by VV l-l(i W fn m
Honolulu Rang.' Front Light.
Ll,ht No. 5, a fixed white lens
lantern light, 11 foi't above the wut
er, on a jingle pile, in about 14 feet
of water, about 70 feet to tho west
ward of the westerly edge of the ;
channel at its first betid, about,
920 feet N by E J E from Light No.
3, and about 2,400 feet (2 5 miles(
SSW i W from Honolulu Range
Light No. 6, a fixed red lens-lantern
light, 11 feet abovo the water,
on a single pile, in about 18 f et of
water, about 70 feet to the eastward
of the easterly side ol the channel at
its first bend, abreast of and about
540 feet ESE J E fmm Light No. 5,
and about 2,470 feet (2-5 mile) S by
W 1-16 W from Honolulu Range
Front Light. -
Light No. 7, a fixed white lens
lantern light, 11 feet abovo tho wat
er, on o single pile, in about 12 feet
of water, about 70 feet to the wist
ward of the westerly edge of the
channel, about 950 feet NNE J E
from Light No. 5, and about 1,515
fee t (1 mile) SSW I W from Honolulu
Range Front Light.
Light No. 8, a lixed red lens-lantern
light, 11 feot abovo tho water,
about 70 feel on a single pile in about
20 feet of water about 70 feet to the
eastward of the eastei ly edge of the
channel, abreast of and about 540
feet ESE i E from Light No, 7, and
about 1, 580 feet (i mile) S V from
Honolulu Range Front Light.
By order of Tho Light-House
J. F. CARTER,
Licutenant,U. S. Navy,
Assist to tho Inspector,, 12th L.
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WHOLESALE AGENTS. I '
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W. J. MOODY -
Contractor nnd bulldor
PLANS and ESTIMATES
ri)ONE NO. 1. KA 11ULUI MAUI,
zmethin? io Be
We have just engaged n first
cass Carriage trimmer from IIo
nolulu nud ore now prepared to
execute a work in this line, in all
workmanlike manner, at reason
Also carriage, house nnd sigii
painting done at short notice.
Phone fop our prices nt nny ttmcr
Shop on Church St.
Unscrupulous dealers sometimes place
inferior cigars in Owl Cigar boxes and sell
OWL. CI G A R S
Every genuine Owl Cigar has the letters
O. W. L. perforated in the wrapper.
LOOK FOR THE PERFORATION.
GUN8T-EAKIN CIGAR CO., (inc.)
DAN. T. CAREY
Main St. near Marker,
Wailuku4, Mau I