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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL II, J 90S I I THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Lid 1 . m at BUYS AND SELLS-UtiAl'. ESTATE, STOCKS A BONDS WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSL JIANCK NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTGACKS SECURES INVESTMENTS A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED HONOLULU, HAWAII O. Box :5H PRINTING and DEVELOPING. We make a spoVnilty of this department of our work. And we solicit your trade. with 'niiviliiniT in the w:iv of cameras ko photo supplies ete. we can supply you. .Man ders given prompt attention. laks, or- HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO. "Everything Photographic.',' FORT STREET, HONOLULU OBfiaaattamsaafiaMISaSSra Exclusivetiess. y 'All America" fine shoes for men are the shoes of today. Coun try Stores that carry this "great line of men shoes enjoy the en largement of business. You at tract the bestof trade by selling "All V nerica" Specials. Yor i carry a large variety of st' and size- up quickly from immense stock. Each pair .mows the sound, honest quality of. workmanship. Island orders solicted. Whole sale and retail. SPECIAL WHOLESALE RATES. MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd. 1051 FORT STREET. :- : HONOLULU. Sleep Well? Why don't you try a glass of - Primo Beer before retir- ing? There's" nothing in this beer- that can harm you. There's much to do you good. i. ii. .nil r -r mnFpmma mrnjwu&w Spouting Goods Wo havca splendid line of spot tiur and atliietic goods and can furnish you just what you re quiro in BASEBALL, FOOT BALL, TENNIS, GOLF, and other Sporting (joodsas well as all sorts of Athletic Supplies. Send for catalogues and let us quotevyou. Ou-r prices are the same as on the Mainland and we can please you. E.O.HALL &S0N, Ltd, HONOLULU. CARRIAGE BUILDING , m m m m 91 When you want your carriage repaired to last briny; it to the right shot). GENERAL BLACKSMITHING IIORSB SHOEING. DAN. T. CAREY Main St. near Market. Wulluku, Maui Telegraphic News. (MPIICIAI. TO THE MAI.'I M-:WK.i Sugar !() (leg. test l.Iili. Beets lis ..d. HONOLULU. Ai.ril 7. President I'mkham lias been called to n 9 halt by the Board of Health and denounced by the Ministerial Ao ciation'. ' i WASHINGTON, April 7.--Tlie Pearl Harbor appropriation bill passed the House today. This assures the enactment of the measure. SAN FKAN'ClSt', April 7. The French steamer Canarias, which went ashore at Tarifa on tho second instant, is considered a total loss. She was bound from Havre to Honolulu. ; WASHINGTON, April ".The Sterling employers' liability bill passed the House. TOKIO, April 7. Sensationalists here connect Hie coming of the American battleship fleet with the possible future representation to be made by the Anieiican-government respecting rights of Americans in Southern Manchuria. CANTON, April 7. The boycott against Japanese goods is spread- . . ... 1 - e i : l . ing. 1 n a recent sticvl uemonstrntion women wore urcsses o: wnue, I lie emblem of mourning. LONDON, April 7. A cabinet crisis is threatened owing to the resignation of Premier Campbell-Rannerman. WASHINGTON, April 7. The army bill carrying appropriation? of .flOO,(X0.000 has passed the Senate. LINCOLN, Neb., Aprit-y. All California!! insurance companies have been barred jn Nebraska. . SALT LAKE,' April 7. 1 1 ai riman disclaims monopoly. LISBON, April 7. Three newspapers have been mobbed. No ii publicans have been elected to oflice. HILO, April 0. The Hilo Hoard of Trade and the Shipper's Wharf Committee at a special meeting formally, endorsed President I'inkham for re-annointment ns President of the Board of Health. Prominent individual citizeijs also favor Pinklia n. HONOLULU, April (5. Jack Stelling, a well-known accountant died of dropsy yesterday after a long illness. ' President Pinkham is a storm center now and indications are that he.will go out. . , HONOLULU, April h. Jack Atkinson in this - morning's Adver tiser charges Pinkham with U'ing the cause of the home for non-leprous hovs not beinsr built. He declares him unfit for the losiiioii on the Board of Health. . - . T he vacht Hawaii was successful v launched vesterdav and was christened by Miss Kaui Wilcox of Kauai. ( " v A decision in the sake cases is expected on Monday. W. A. Kinney lias been mentioned as delegate to Washington by the Democrats and Iaukea for Mayor of Honolulu. ' I1ILO, April 4. Ferd Roback, employed by the Hilo Electric Light Co., slipped while at work on a pole at Wainaku and fell across live wires. He hung there half an hour before being lowered. One leg was broken and both arms were burned to the bone from the wrist to the elbow. His chance of recovery is almost' hopeless! After a consul tation held bv Drs.'Uaves. Stow and Saw'ver it was decided not to operate- ' MUKDEN. Anril 6. A bod v of Japanese entered the American legation yesterday and attacked the Chinese staff. TOKTO, April I). A -report comes from Korea to the effect that the insurgents are active in the field while the distribution of violently worded circulars demanding the expulsion of Japanese from the king doin has encouraged a stubborn and hostile corps of court ollicials ,. LONDON, April C'ampbell-Bannerman has resigned and As quith may. succeed him as Premier. ." LISBON, April ti. Serious rioting occurred here yesterday in con nection with the election in which the monarchists were successful. POUT AU PIIINCE, April 6. The arrest of persons supposed to have been connected with the plot to overthrow the Government con tinues. The Gem. ah and French legations are crowded with refugees. SAN FRANCISCO. April 6. The torpedo flotilla has .joined the battleship lleet at Madalena Bay. ST. PETERSBURG, April 5. The government is considering the forma, recognition of the claims of China tor the sole ownership of Manchuria. ' NEW YORK. April 5. The famous Fifth Avenue Hotel closed at midnight after fifty years service. It will be torn down and the space occupied by a sky-scraper. l.ockefeller has given five million dollars to the Uniou Hible class PORTLAND, April 5. Ross has secured a change of venue ROME, "April 5. The Queen and the Pop6 received Pierpont Mor gan in audience. HONOLULU, April 4. Miss. Beard and orphans will remain here. The condition 'of the children is evidence that the statements made bv tho people of Kona were exaggerated. The children will be placed in the Salvation Army rescue hbnie, , Peacock Wis awarded $"0 damages against Douthitt. The othe defendants won out. s , Governor Frear will go to Washington and will be absent whil the fleet is in port. The Democrats will hold their primaries on May 4. Jack Atkinson declines lo lead the Anti Saloonists but will aeeej Woolley's law practice. Ford's volcano tour proposed for May will shut 'out Hilo. The party will go direct from the steamer to the cars. He hopes to'have a party of fifty. The vacht Hawaii will be launched today. Mi:;s Wilcox of Kauai wiil break the bottle. ,j Harry II. Holt has been appointed by U. S. Marshal Hendry as a llurd Deputy U. ft. .Maremil. il L Secretary Boneparte has cabled, to U .-..ii 1..ii.n i .f tlifl n.iujla ff a cw.-ii,il !inl urn 1 JiVdge NEW YORK, April 4. Andrew Cameae has given five millions dollars to sujJ'ort superannuated college professors. MAUI PUBLISHING CO., Liivrritn, vsniXGToNY.Vpii S. .District V""'cy Breclu PIMi JOB PRINTING BOOK BINDING ANI) PAPER 'IIU LINK p.8 GENERAL PLANTATION WORK A SPECIALTY 8UI5SCRIHE I'Oii THI? MAUI: NE-W8 1HI-: PAI'Kli THAT Al)VAlCb T1IU INTEKHSTS OP M A U POST OFFICE GO 5 TELEPHONE NO. 310 HIGH STREET, WAILUKU, MAUI CO NTY. GET THE HABIT Of trading -at. t-lip LAT1AINA STORE the depend able store. Yon might save a few tteps by buying elsewhei'p, but. are you sure of the freshness and quality? Our goocN in every department, arc? of the best qnaliiy for ihe money. Wf would not make this statement, if we did not mean it. The Best of Everything ; ft Live and Let Live Price's THE : LAHAINA : STORE Dry (icods, Groceries, Boots land Shoes, Notions, Plantation Supplies. LAHA1NA, AAAU1. TJ v '.;' 'e This brand denotes quality Write us in regards to your Leather needs Send your Hides to us and you may feel certain. of fair treament. Metropolitan Meat Co. Bx 504. - LIHITID HONOLULU, T. Telephone Main 14H w. Modern Bath Rooms Make Modern Homes 3 --I ii n-t- r uti n m it I) IjWhen visitor come isn't It eradfying to have your bath room vlt to equipped that it in th approving glance of every critical eye? "JStaa&UHl' Porcelain Enameled Fixture! make your bath loom modern and a room to be admired. We sell and install this famous ware and can quote you prices that will please you. When you place yout plumbing contract with us you are assured of high grade work and prompt service. Booklet illustrating many neat bath rooms sent free. ' Kahului R. Ii. Co., Mdse. Dept. KAHLLLI, MAUI. i i: i. 1 i 1 1 . - - S'