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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 19 JO
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BUYS AND SELLS RE All ESTATE, STOCKS A BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIKE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTG AGES
SECURES INVESTMENTS
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED
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Best quality for the money
That's what you can depend on when you deal with
up. Our departments are always well storked with
the best and freshest of goods. We mean just what
we say. Cull at our store and be convinced that you
ran save time and money by dealing with us.
The Lahaina Stoue
Dry Goods, .kGrocerles, Boots; and;Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
LAHAINA, MAUI.
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We Sell These.
You want the ocst. Are you rc-t'Jy
for it this season?
We are prepared never lefore to m I onr
wanta in vehicles and harneLt. TJieie fi .ioth
ln (superior to whai we are ihoviing, in taste,
etvla u- 1 rvi . Absolute li..nrst in muia
aw terial. You will acree w'n we tell you
IT'S THE FAMOUS
Siudcbaker Line
WE CARRY.
No matter what you want it it'i haraenw
tometbinr that nina on wheelfc we're
got it or will quickly get it
Cow Id aarl figure with at. Everybody know
'he place.
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
V. S. Tbe Studebacer nameplate oa vehicle
it it luareaiee. Don't forget this.
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Your
Disposition
will be sweetened by getting into a pair of
these COLLEGE Broad toe, Bus or Ox.
The quality of these shoes bacKed against
anything made and mild at $4.00 and we
mean every word of it. We sill llnin at
Jj4. OO and the man who' buys thi-lil gets
more than be ordinarily experts.
We have them in 1Mb high and low, in
Tan, Russia and Black Viei.
Add 25 rents for Fr.ight.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET, :- : HONOLULU.
SUMMER SPORTS
Are you all ready for the good times you are going to
have this Summer? If it's Tennis, keep in mind the fine
assortment of Rackets we have from 82.50 to $10.00 eaeli
and the Slazenger and W. &.V. Balls as well as Nets,
TajM'S, etc. ' ,
If It's Baseball, just remenilier that we have the com
plete SPALDING line and also-have as complete a line of
lower priced baseball goods. Our Hirting goods and ath
letic supply stock is now most complete and you can get
nearly everything you need on short notice.
Let us send you catalogues and prices.
E.O.HALL&SON, Ltd.
HONOLULU.
Telegraphic News. v
(SPECIAL TO THE MAUI NEWS.I
Sugar 96 deji. test 4.125 Beets 13s. 3d.
BUENOS AY RES, January 19. The Argentine Republic will
build two dreadnoughts.
NEW YORK, January 19 Joseph MoGaff, a clerk of the customs
department is under arrest for undervaluing autos imported. Sensational
developments are expected. ' ,
WASHINGTON, January 19. Beveridge introduced a bill pro-
viding for a legislative council for Alaska.
LOS ANGELES, January 19 Paul Ham won the $10,000 aviation
prize.
HONOLULU, January IS. A wireless message received yester
day by one of Wailuku's leading citizen's, says: "Robertson, Robinson
and De Bolt appointed. Kingsbury transferred to the Third Circuit."
Themessage might have created a sensation but for the fact that it
was signed "Doyle." This practical joker is too well known to be taken
seriously by the most easy marks.
HONOLULU, January 18. News was received yesterday thai
Robertson is to get the Federal judgeship, De Holt tbe Supreme Com I
appointment and that Robinson is to be reappointed.
Albert Judd wants to )e Attorney General.
There are no applications for De Bolt's place.
It is rumored that Frear and Hartwell will resign on account of
the nomination of De Bolttfor the Supreme bench.
Malm, a Hawaiian watchman at the Federal works' was murdered
some time Sunday night or early Monday. Anderson Grace, a negro,
is under arrest on suspicion of being the murderer.
Work on the Kaimuki observatory will be begun today.
Rails for the Hilo extension are due here in a month.
The gore property on King street may be a vailable for the Carnegie
library.
Pacle investigation started last night.
LONDON, January 18. Late returns show the 1 literals have gain
ed 29 .seats in the commons. Earlier returns showed 56 liberals elected
and 43 oppositionists elected. '
John Burns has been elected by a large majority.
CHICAGO, January 18. Walsh, the convicted banker, will apply
to Taft for a pardon or for executive clemency.
WASHINGTON, January 18. The statehood bill for New Mexico
passed the House.
SYDNEY, January 18. Lang defeated Squires in the 7th round.
HONOLULU, January 17. The mercury wa down in the sixties
yesterday and there was plenty-of rain.
The investigation in the tax office may oust several for with hold
ing shortages known to them to exist. N
The Hawaiian who ran over H. A. Smith has been captured by
McDuffie.
The Advertiser announces the appointment of Ruck land as secre
tary of the Republican party with headquarters iii Honolulu.
LONDON, Jan. 17. Indications ate that the Liberals have won
a safe control by a large mojority.'
CHICAGO, Jan. 17. The Governor of Utah arrived here yester
day, lie says he will take drastic measures to keep prize figters
out of his state. -
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 17. The Fairhaven arrived hear yester
day with the crew of the Ventura which vessel was driven ashore
north of Crescent City.
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 17 The Joint Committee of the San Fran
cisco and San Diego Panama Canal Exposition Committee broke up
in a bitter disagreement.
WASHINGTON, January 16. wfre bill to admit New Mexico as
a state meets with favor of the commit ee..
LOS ANGELES, January 16. Curtis may attempt to fly from
Los Angeles to San Diego.
MARYSYILLE, January 16. The Ohio river is at flood stage for
sixty miles ami is gorged with ice.
WASHINGTON, January 16. The democrats nominated men to
-erve on the committee to investigate Ballinger.
NEW YORK. January 10 The storm continues and tin Hie is
blocked There were live deaths from exposure.
DENVER, January 16. The newspapers suspended publication
on account of a strike of pressmen. They will resume publication.
HONOLULU, January 15. Another shakeup follows in the tax
oflice. It is possible that the head of the department will go. The
trouble is over tbe matter of concealing the Holt defalcation.
Mrs. Conger left her home to go ultimately to her husband. At
present she is staying with John Short and wife.
llemenway has resigned to go with W. O. Smith.
The planters decided yesterday to import no more Porto Rirans
as a result Babbitt will not sail today!
Nearly 1000 Russians have passed the necessary inspection and
will be here next month.
Tuberculosis bureau is formed.
NEW YORK, January 15' The worst storm of the winter is
raging here. There was 20 inches of snow in 24 hours. Many persons
were frozen to dea'h.
Mayor Gay nor became lost on his way home. He suffered frozen
ears. A companion sustained a broken limb and other serious injuries
as a result of a fall due to the blinding buow.
PHILADELPHIA, January 15 The city is practically buried
under 15 inches of snow. Traffic is crippled.
CHICAGO January 15. A great fall of snow covers the city here.
There is (.reat damage to traffic. The fall of snow covers the Missis
sippi ami the Ohio valleys.
WASHINGTON, January 15. Only adjournment saved the reso
lution proposing a constitutional amendment changing the date of the
presidential inauguration. Parsons of New York led the opposition.
LONDON, January 15. A campaign of unparalleled intensity
closed here last night. The elections will be held here today.
PITTSBURG, January 15. President Jennings and vice-president
Griffiths were indicted for conspiracy. The indictments are the result
of graft scandals of two years ago.
MAUI PUBLISHING CO.,
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Use it alone or to accompany other instruments,
It is ready whenever you are.
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These instruments have many special, patented features
which you do not find in any other pianos containing player
devices. And it is these features which enable you to play any
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pianist plays by hand. '
All you have to do with an XXFR-PLAYFR Piano is to operate
the pedals and move three little levers. It is simplicity itself
and yet you produce the most pleasing effects.
Call and we will place an XXFR-PIAITR Piano at your disposal.
You can then see for yourself how easy it is urplay your favorite
selections on one of these instruments.
C. D. LUFKIN, Agent, g

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