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SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1908
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Lid
1JUYS AND srcLLS-KKAI. ESTATE, STOCKS A BONDS
WRITES FIUE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTGAG ES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
P. O. Box 34(5
Wo make a specialty of this department of our
work. And we solicit your trade.
With anything in the way of cameras, kodaks,
photo supplies etc. we can supply you. Mail or
ders given prompt attention.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU
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"All America" fine shoes for
men are the 6hoes of today. Coun
try Stores that carry this great
line of men shoes enjoy the en
largement of business. .Yon at
tract the best of trade by selling
"All America" Specials.
You can carry a large variety of
styles, and size up quickly from
our immense stock. Each pair
shows the sound, honest quality of
Island orders solicted.
sale and retail.
SPECIAL WHOLESALE RATES.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET,
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Why don't you try a glass of
Ppimo Beer before retir
ing? There's nothing in this
beer that can harm you
There's much to do you good.
Wo have a splondid line of sporting and athietic
goods and can furnish you just, what yon re
quire in '
and other Sporting Goods, as we ll as all sorts of
Athletic Supplies. Send for catalogues and let
us quote you. Our prices are the same as on
the Mainland and we can please you.
E.O.HALL &S0N, Ltd.
When you want your carriage repaired to last
bring it to the right shop.
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HAN. T. CAREY
Main St. near Market, Walluku, Maui
iKITCIAL TO THn MAUI NEWS. I
Snjiar 9t de. test I.4:i. Reels lis 91.
HONOLULU, April 14 - Doctor Gofer has accepted the appoint
ment of the presidency of the Hoard of Health and acts without pay
ly arrangement with .Surgeon General Wyman by cable by Governor
Krear on the !Hh instant.
The Republican Convention last night named the following: Kuhio
and t'obcrtson, delegates; Hrockons and Dowsett, alternates. W. (X.
Walker, J. C. Lane, E. I. Knudsen and W. T. Robinson to be seated
if the Convention will allow. F. M. Hatch, Geo. D. McLellan, Charles
Weatherby and Garcia, alternates. The delegates are. uninstructed .
Robertson was endorsed for National Committeeman. Every
thing harmonious. There was no split in the party.
Katie r Conrady is on board the Asia with $3 J,000 raised for the pur
pose of establishing a hospital for the treatment of lepers in China
Rev. Hans Isenberg had his pockets picked in San Francisco
The committee of excursionists on the maiden trip of the Mauna
Kea have presented her with a handsome marine clock carved koa
CHESTER, IVnn. April 14. The city is declared under martial
law on account of riots following strike of street car employees.
PENSACOLA, April 14. An effort will be made by the street car
company to operate their lines this morning.
The regiment of infantry with two Gattling guns wa ordered to
prevent a conflict.
WASHINGTON, April 14. Items providing for the increase of
pay for ollicers of the Navy and Marine Corps were striken out.
ALI5ANY, April 14. The bill providing for the appointment of
the Commission to investigate the methods of the Willi Street stock'
speculators, was introduced in the Senate.
NEW YORK, April 14. The indications arc that the Convention
will send Democratic delegates to Denver uninstructed.
PORTLAND, April 14. The strike among the grain bundlers has
SAN DIEGO, April 4. The fleet, is in a fog. Wireless c nnnunica
tion has been opened up.
Evans has been reported better at Passo Robles.
HONOLULU, April 13. The people of the leper settlement in a
mass meeting heartily and unanimously endorsed the reappointment
of Pinkham. ,
Doctor Wilcox succeeds J a red G. Smith in charge of the Govern
ment Experiment station here.
' Smith takes management of the tobacco plantation of Kona, or
ganized by Blacow. !
LEMliERG, April 13. The Governor of Galichi has been assassi
nated by a student.
JACKSONVILLE, April.13 The militia has been ordered to
Pensacola to prevent a clash in a st reet car strike.
It is feared trouble will occur when the militia attempts to take
charge this morning. "
SAN FRANCISCO, April 13. MacFarland defeated Britt in the-
HONOLULU. April 12. A warm protest in a meeting of three
hundred against the appointment of Pinkhain. It appears the only
matter that will affect him is his correspondence with the Japanese
Consul. ' v
The fight for the harbor battery is on.
MAGDALENA DAY, April 12. The fleet passed north yesterday
PASSO ROBLES, April 12. Admiral Evans will be unable to
join the fleet at Los Angeles.
NEW YORK, April 12. Madam Gould and Prince de Sagan left
for Europe on separate steamers.
Gould retains the tennis championship defeating Mills.
VALDEZ, April 12. The American car has returned to Seattle.
The road through the west section too rough for the car to attempt yet.
MILWAUKEE, April 12. La Fottelie was endorsed for the pre
sidency by the Republican Convention.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 12. Lundy Jewelry store was robbed
last night of $-'50,000 worth of goods.
HONOLULU, April 12.- General Pratt who addressed a large con
gregation at Central Union Church last night on the education of
Indians at ParlihV where he was once Superintendent will leave for
Ililo and the volcano tomorrow.
The island delegates who will meet today will probably decide on
an uninstructed delegation to the National Convention.
BOSTON, April 12. Nearly the whole town of Chelsea was wiped
out by a fire. 10,000 people are homeless.
LONDON, April 12. Premier Asquith announces the following
cabinet. David Loyd George Chancellor of Exchequer. Winston Chur
chill President Board of Trade, Walter Runcrum, President of Board
HILO, April 11. The volcano is steadily growing more active.
Lastniht a fountain shot up level with the top. The whole floor is
active and less than two hundred feet down.
HONOLULU, April 11. Doubt is expressed as to the truth of sea
man Raker's story of the burning of the Arthur Sewall. If true the
record of the ship re-icuring him proves the burning to be of recent
The Japanese newspapers oppose the re-appointment of Pinkham.
An afternoon paper says aliens have no right to object.
The morning pap.r recalls, the fact that three of the committee of
five requesting the withdrawal of Governor Carter's resignation were
Attorney Davis was rebuked in Court by Judge Dole yesterday.
MAGDALENA BAY, April 11 The fleet sailed for San Diego
PASSO ROBLES, April 11. A consultation will be held today by
the medical men attending Admiral Evans. His condition yesterday
WASHINGTON, April 11. The President will send a special
message to Congress requesting four more battleships.
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HONOLULU, T. H.
Telephone Main 143
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