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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. I., SATURDAY, APRIL. 7J 900
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p ; PROFESSIONAL CARDS , ,
Hons & coke
Al'TOItNl'.YB AT Law
'rbc Oennanln LlfcIu'hiiu.ticpCfl.'f
Tlio provnwtcli 1'lru lusuraueo Co.
Attouney at Law
, . Attohnev AT LAY
'LAftlAiNA,. . ( .
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' ATTOUS-KY AND COUNSELLOR
OnUc: Occidental Hotel, corner or Kins
Attorney at Lav
pONOLULU, . . .
ArrTCT-TRON Sr. JTTBD
A. Li. AiHIlSUUA, Al.m.r.i. J: OUl'U, 1JLI1
Attorneys at Law .
baicc over llislmji d Co'n buulf, cor. Iltrchnnt
uud Kuuliumuuu Streets.
John weddick, m. d.
Physician & Surgeon
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
DR. EDWARD ARMITAGE
Physician & Surgeon
WAILUKU. . . MAUI
W. E. McCONKEY, M: D.
. "Physician & Surgeon
PAIA,.' . - . -MAUI
R. J. McGETTIGAN, M . D
Physician & Suikjeon
HANA, .. MAUI
Dr. henry e. wjnslow,
1 Physician & Suucieoh
IQHBr, . ' ., MAUI
DR. Li A; SABEY
' 4 .
Physician & SuAgson
SPREOKELSVILLE, - MAU
W. RUSSELL BOOTK. D. D,, S
Qfljco, Main akIj Markijt
WAUJOKU, . . MAUI
MOdHX D. D.
Situvkyoh & Civib Engineer
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
AS: T. TAYLOR, m. Am. soc.c. e.
Architects & Builders
Ofilco Ilooms 2 nwl -f, Arllnctou Annex.
Sltdtelics nnd correct ostlmiitcs
lui-jlahcd at hhort police.
Howard & train
Suite 7, Modol Illoclt, Kort Street
. Tulvplume Udi)
ivory?. Feed ft Sale Stable
Wii. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUND3AN. l'ltor.
Macks and Saddle Horses
Telephone No. :2-35
f ailuku Stable
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies am! Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTICH
Carriages iiioQt Steamers
Opp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
fEn T AI, Prop.
Mailtot Street, WalluL-u
BEEF and PORK
DdU-orod daily in 'Wailaku,
Waihcp and Kahuhli
-raa, TELEPHONE No. M
Market fctroe? opp. Suloon,
Nct Fit GiiarnntCsd
Market St , nour Porbu's r-ioiv.
Ladysmith, March, 21, (Afternoon service.) It has boon as
certained that the acoidciltal romoviil of stones coVerm" some
Boer graves after the fight at
thousands of soft-nose bullets.
Princess Christian's hosnitul train iunhvod this inbrninc. It was
the 'first traiu over the new Colcnso briSge. The railroad is nov
open to Elands Laagtc, wherd a cami been ostablislicd.
Dranltcnboug and Biggai'sdorp
Neav Yonic, Mar. 21, (Afternoori
World from Pietcrmaritzburg says:
A temporary bridge across the
for traffic and there is at least .a direct railway service between
Durban and Elands Langte. The first train to cross the bridge
was the Princess Christian's hospital train. This magnificent train
has been badly wanted in Natal since the beginning of the war.
Major Brazier Croagh's improved
4,000 wounded, but though every
of the carriages and the bumping
pain which with appliances. now at
are stul over 2,000 patients m the
is not too late.
Behnk, Switzerland; Mar.
Federal Council lias answered the
"The Swiss Federal Council would havo been pleased to co-ope
rate in friendly mediation in order
the Presidents of both South African republics have directly ap
proached the British Government, in order to conclude peace on a
basis indicated and the British Government has shown itself
igainst the proposal; and, as. f uthormoro, the British Government
has declared to the Cabinet at Washington that it did not propose
to accept tho the intervention of
Council to its regot, must also
steps on tho lines of tho rccp.ie.st made by the Presidents of the
South African republics. There remains for tho Federal Council
in the 'circumstances, nothing but to express sincere wish that the
belligerents will have succeeded,
basis for an understanding honorable to both parties."
London, Mar. 21. Winston
rietornniritzDiirg warmly resists
Ladysmith rose out oflLord Roberts' opei'ations. "On tho contrary,''
he says, "the operations of Lord Roberts were assisted by the
fact that General Bullor kept 10,000 Boers occupied. It would be
a cruel and unworthy thing to deprive tho Natal army of theii
hard-won huirels, and none would more vigorously repudiate such
a suggestion than Lord Roberts himself'
London, Mart 21. A statement comes from Pretoria admit
ting that the Boer losses during
No fresh news lias been received
dispatch dated Thursday, March
has not been able to advance south of Lobatsi.
Washington, Mar. 20. The Stalo Department has been notified
by tho United States Consul at Vladivostok, the eastern terminus
of the Siberian Railway, that tho municipality has prepared esti
mates for twenty miles of electric trolley road, also for water
works for tho city. The Consul
opportunity here for American
Kingston, (Jamaica), Mar. 20.
rived here toduy from Colombian
tion there in full sway and that British subjects aro in need of pro
tection. Tho Alert is coaling hastily and will return'' to Colombia
Calcutta, Mar. 21. The bubonic plague is fast increasing. In
Bengal 4,725 deaths occurred last
cutta and 2,014 in Panta.
Tho Viceroy. Lord Cuuum of
medical college, which is in oho
Houghton, Mich.. Mar. . 21 (Afternoon Sorvico)- Leading
mine managers and ongmeors from tho Transviutl wlio had visited
the copper district since tho beginning of tho Boor war regard
tho doslrcution oi mining plants
able. Mine managers aro here to place' orders for now equipment
immediately after the construction of tho old macliinary. One
Johannesburg mine manangor now here has full plans and specifi
cations for a now plant which will cost about 1,000,000. Leading
American machinery mtmufneuufors have mado conditional bids
onj)bably $2,000,000 worth of
Africagold mines. t ,
ONrJoK, Mar. 21. The . Constantinople, correspondent oi tne
Tinres.nnnounces that tho Sultan
the Russian demilnds
XljMar. 19. Pi'Qsidout
rpose of his iople
forced upon us
thodos and the
.led as. far us
judor of our
L ' L. i i
not look for
Pcters'i. Hill, Feb. 28, revealed
aroxlpsely vutchod by the Brit'
-'jt. '. , -tr-.. ..
Servidc.j A dispatch to the
Tugela at Colcnso is now open
hospital train has removed about
care was taken the narrow doors
and shunting has caused much
hand, may .be avoided. There
Ladysunth hospital, so the tram
21. (Afternoon Service.) The
Boor appeal for mediation as-
to end .further bloodshed, but as
any penver, the Swiss Fedora'
renounce the idea of taking any
at no distant date
Churchhill, in a dispatch from
tne coiueuuon tiiat tne relict oi
the war exceed 7,000.
from Mafeking, but a Pretoria
15th,assorts, that Colonel Phunei
suggests that there is an excellent
The British cruiser Alert ar
ports. She reports thu revolu
week. These indued 744 in Cal
Kedloston. yesterday visited the
of tliq infected districts of Cal
in tho. Ti'unavaal as highly prob
now mining machinery for Soutl
lias yielded "m all essential par
respecting railways concessions
Kruegor .today discussed tho war
im -i;nuisvmu m its course ttnu
u fight du to freedom or death.
by England, which hnS been do
other mining men who want the
possible until we saT that nothing
independence would satisfy Eng-
wy are agnizing we xvm cunquur ur uie. x iio
.;n .1 . t .1
'other countries, but avo wore glad to hnvo
Wo aro willing Jfi njako peace atohool ourril.mum at tho llofflnu(, JJ
iwo new cases (if bubonic plague
were reported at Sydney, (N ,S. V ),
011 March 20 th.
Hie 'Chinese authorities admit I
themselves unable to protect Ameri
can missionaries in tho interior of
China, .ami the United State are in a
quandaiy as -to tho best method of
The ciLV council at Astoria, Or
have ojTov'ed a bounty o five cents
for every dead rat delivered to tho
Chief of Police.
. An .effort is being made to settle
the fajno.-.-s Carncyic-Frick suit out
The S -ate Committee on Naval
Alfaivs have reported to the Senate
the Paciito cable bill drafted by Sena
tor Hale, which provides for a present
cable only to Honolulu.
President McKinley will visit San
Francisco in July to atteu'd tho launch
ing of the Ohio. Governor Nash and
many other prominent Ohioans will
The Detroit has sailed from Hava
na to Groytown to lool: after Ameri-
an interests there.
The. Portuguese authorities have
hspatched a force, of infantry by
-pccial. train from Lourenzo Marques
to reiuforco their garrison on the
Famine in India Is increasing. There
arc now 4,810,000 .persons employed
in relief work.
It is likely that Captain Loary
will be relieved of his gubernatorial
.luties at Guam on the 1st of July.
In the House it was unanimouslv
jrced on Mar. 10th j. .to. take
up tho beuat.c . bill providing a
1 territorial form of government, for
die Hawaiian Islands on April II, and
tako a final vote ou the amendment
3ii Thursday, April 5, at -1 p. m.
Five deaths rcceutly occurred at
Adelaide, South Australia, from what
is supposed to be bubonic plague.
Maud'S., Bonner's famous trotting
nare died recently and Wa given an
The 200th anniversary of tho open
ing of the Academy of Science at
Berlin was celebrated March 10.
Smpci'or. William delivered an ad
.Ircss. The remains of Rev. Thomas K.
needier were, cremated at Buffalo.
In accordance with the often expres
sed wish of Beecher no ceremonies
whatever were held.
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson
is preparing ; to oxporimeiit in
rubber culture- on a large stale on
the Hawaiian Islands.
It is rumored tliat Russia intends
to ask Turkoy for a coaling station
in the a"hipeligo, cither in Lemnos,
fmbro,s or Mytileuc,
Arra- foments are being made for
tho nnnediate establishment of a
naval s ation at Pearl Harbor, Ha
Bishop Hurst recently announced
tha t President McKinlov would at the
conclusion of his services as a public
ilticor, accept tho position of Profes
sor of International Law in the
American University at Washington.
Ono death and two fresh eases of
(plague were olllcially roported at
Sydney, Mar. 19
Cecil Rhodes has sailed from Cape
Town to England,
'lhoroisno truth' m (ho-report
that Osman Pasha is dead. Ho is
The bilver Republican party will
hold a national convention at Kansas"
City, July 4th noxt,
The Canadian and Mexican Govern
ments havo declared San Francisco
an infected port and will quarantino
all vessels coming from tliurti.
There are signs that President
-Zelayals willing to sell the cftnal
route outright to tho United Statoi
The Chicago Board of Education
lifts dronnnd "KnirliiJi lilutriv fiv.m
IS Hn Union & Vftlliwnfr m
llUlililUlL VV 1 H
i V f v M r 'uflH
1 1 11 fall k X ' M 1 '.IKSH
the . .
TELEPHONE No. 7 5
Goods will bo delivered at Waikapu
Monday, '-Wednesday mid Friday; at
Waiheo Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday; and at all hours in Wailuku.
LADIES DRESS GOODS
t-llvcrcO lu Wr.lbc.', MoaC Tl t
Saturday; la Wallulm and V
TT.'t.v.iirn:r'. Vn tin ' !
il uv ami
J. J. COMBS, Proprietor
Buy forc Caii, Sell for Cash
. Staple and Fancy
' Gopds Delivered Daily
to Wailuku, Waikupu and Wailie -
H. L. CHASE
Portrait and Landscape Photographer
Mnln Streot, - WnlltiUu
from all truiut.
To Hotel direct
Telephone No. 153
formerly Wailuku Hotel
AH KEE, P.fp'riel :
Boils, SO Cents p6r
MEALS 25 CENTS
illftfUl CiTner Malt and IH3U
ounn oi uo.soiiue imiopunuuuuu