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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1909
I THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Lid I
BUYS AND SLLLS REAIi ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
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NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTCl AtSES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
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Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
We have decided to cut the prices for developing and print
ing very materially on the following sizes:
On roX3, 3Kx4M. 4X)! 2 and 3x10. Cut
juices on printing only on sizes 2)-4X'24, 2!.x:iJ4
Notwithstanding the cut, we have put in better facilities
which will enable us to turn out better work than ever In-fore
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
We Sell These,
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We are prepared as never V efore to meet your
wains in veliu-lt i ntrn liHinev There s ntli
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and uuterial. You will agree tlu'it we tell you
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WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
P. B. The Mudebaier nameplste on hltt.
is its guar sates. Doo't forget this.
si; mm eh sports
Are you all ready for the good times you arc going to
have this Summer? If it's Tennis, keep in mind the tine
assortment of Rackets we have from 2.o(l to $10. (X) each
and the Slat ligi r and V. A I). Halls as well as Nets,
If it's llastball, just rememher that We have the com
plete SPALDlNti line ami also have as complete a line of
lower priced baseball goods. Our sporting sootls and ath
letic supply stock is now most complete and you can get
nearly t vtrything you ncul on short notice.
Let Us si lid you catalogues and prices.
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HONOLULU, August 31. Twenty-tlnee congressmen and twen
ty members of the families of the party arrived yesterday with Mc
Lellan. Doctor tcherley was ordered back to the asylum after five
minutes deliberation by the Lunacy Commission.
William C. Roe dietl in the Queens Hospital last night.
Another post is pohable at Kahauiki.
Hilo Railway (is readied !)9.2"i. There was 110 sale. $5, 000 Olaa
G's sold at par, Kwa sold at 31.25, Koloti sold ut 150, McHride is held
at $3.75, Waialua 5's sold at $100.25, Waialua stocks sold at 114 as
against $11 2 J on Thursday last.
SAN FRANCISCO, August 31. Admiral Sehree's division arrived
today and at once hegnn preparations to leave for thtr Orient ami
WASHINGTON, August 31.- Henry M. Scott has been appoint
ed bv the President to a new office to be known as counsellor to the
ARDEX, August 31. Harriman has issued a statement in which
he denies that be contemplates, undergoing an operation. He says he
is doing well and asks the papers t cease surveilanec and withdraw
their correspondents from the vicinity of Arden. lie projuises that
the newspapers shall be advised of any serious change in his condition.
R11E1MS, August ol. Fifty-two aeroplanes have been ordered
since the aviation meet held here.
CITY OF MEXICO, August 31 . President Diaz has contributed
$30,00(3 for the relief of the sufferers at Monterey.
SAN FttANClSCO, August 31. - Merger has received a cable from
Jeffries concerning his actions in the matter of the deposit for the
light with Johnson.
MONTKKEY, August 31. Eight hundred bodies have been re
covered up to date. Eighteen city blocks were washed away by the
Hood. Thousands of refugees sought shelter in the Cathedral.
BEVERLEY, August 31. It is announced that the President has
accepted the resignation of the nssistant Secretary of Commerce and
Labor on account of criticism of Itoosevelt policies.
SHEEPSHKAD BAY, August 31. Cantleberry won the futurity
sweep steaks of 31,000 with Classinere second, 'the time was 1:11
PANAMA, August 31. An earthquake shock was felt here today
HONOLULU, August 30. Mayor Fern signed the auto or
The polo players will entertain the Congressmen on Wednesday.
'1 he Congressional Party are on the Siberia off poit.
HONOLULU, August 29, Makino is finding dilliculty in securing
bonds. The Court wants real estate instead of cash and has given
him until Wednesday to make good.
Ma rst on Campbell anil the Leighton part leave ft r Hawaii Tues-
MONTEREY, Mexico, August 29. Mexico has been visited by a
fierce deluge causing enormous loss and great suffering. Railways
have been tied up fur 72 hours. Floods followed the down pour and
eight hundred persons, were drowned. 15,000 are homeless. The loss
will exceed 12,000.000. The large steel works plant including a $300,
000 smelter was washad away.
The American colony has appealed to the United Status for as
sistance, ATHENS, August 2!). The local garrison soldiery is in a state of
mutiny. The men left the barracks and camped in the suburbs.
They are dissatisfied with the ministry and general conditions.
KHEIMS, August 25). Mrs. Roosevelt and family witnessed the
spectacular victory of Curtis in the aviation tests. Ambassador White
in the name of the American peopl personally congratulated Curtis.
The winner gets a 3,000 prize.
LAREDO, TEXAS, August 29 Five hundred bodies have been
reco ered from the floods at Monterey. The property loss will reach
20,000.000. It is estimated that no less than 1,200 persons aie drown
ed. The deluge continues. The San Juan river has risen 00 feet. Many
people took refuge on 'he roofs of houses and were washed away when
the building crumbled at the attack of the Hood.
BERLIN, August 30 The (ie-man Emperor was present on the
arrival of Count Zeppelin ami introduced him to Orville Wright. There
was tremendous enthusiasm. The city went wild as the air ship
KHEIMS, August 30. Curtis broke the world's aeroplane record
by living 30 kilometers in 25 minutes 29.4 seconds.
HONOLULU, August 2S. The remains of the late C M. Cooke
will be buried Sunday.
The conspirators secured bonds after much trouble.
Knbio may not be a candidate for re-election as delegate to Con
gress. McLeilan is considered as the suitable person to succeed him.
The Mayor and Supervisors are again dashing.
Details received of the Manila opium sinuguiing are complete.
Grant is believed to be the one who engineered the tclieim" to put the
dope inside of castings.
BERLIN, August 28. -The city is preparing to give Count Zeppe
lin the greatest welcome any German has received since the return of
Bismark in 1871. It is believed to Emperor will raise him to the
rank of Prince.
CrtMP PERRY, August 2S. Midshipman Roesch won in the in
dividual match, scoring 330, anil defeating (123 competitors. Gottlder
of California took second, a gold medal, with a score of 323 and J.
Stone of the Hawaii National Guard received a bronze medal for score
ARDEN, N Y , August 2S. The arrival of a prominent surgeon
indicates that Harriman may have to undergo an operation.
KHEIMS, August 2S. Farnum won the $20,000 endurance prize,
Latham, second, and Paul Ham, third.
DOVER, August 2S. Heaton of Liverpool failed to swim the
SEA TTLE. August 2S. The steamer Ohio struck a rock at Ket
chikan ami sank. Wireless operator Stephen brought relief by the
use of the wireless and all the passengers, with the exception of three
who were drow ned in leaving the ship, wer safely removed.
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HIGH STREET, WAILliKU, MAUI COUNTY.
Many iwople need nourishment and Stout is rtcom- 3
mended by very prominent physicians. For this parti- 31
cular trade we have imiortcil it in half-pints, just 12
enough and no more. No waste. We have also just
received a consignment of Lexington Club 3
Whiskey in bulk and in buttles. There is none
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