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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. L, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1900
Hons & coke
ATTORffKYfl AT LAW
Th- Oormr.nl" Life Insuraueo Co.
The Cicca a It 'I Fire Iuuuruuto Ci.
Attorney at Law
$1 John riobardson
Attohxev at Lav
Attqi'ey at Law
MAKAWAO, . MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney aj?o Counsellor
onice: Ccddentul Hprol. eorucr o! King ana
HONOLULU, . H, I.
Attorney at Law
Atkinson & judd
A. I.. ATKINSOX, Ar.TlEHT I JUDP, JH,
Attorneys at L,vw
O.mcoovirlHi-hoi) & Co"s lianl:, cor. Merchant
nud Kuahumnnu btrvcls.
invnT.lTT.tr. - - II. 1.
John wbddiok, m. d.
Physician & Surgeon
W ATTjTITf TJ. . . MAUI
DR. EDWARD ARMITAGE
Physician & Surgeon
1VATLUKU. . . MAUI
V. F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Pwysician & Surgeon
PATA! . . MAUI
. R. J. McGETTIG AN, M . D
Physician & Suwiecn
TTAXA. . . MAUI
Dr. l. a. sabby
Physician & Surgeon
SRF.SCKELSVILLE, - MAUI
V. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. S
Omeo, Main A.vn Market
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
R. J. MOORE, D. D. S.
Surveyor & Civil Tn , x :er
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
J AS. T. TAYLOR, m. Am. sec. 0. n
30C JUdd Block, - Honolulu
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Plumbers & Pipe-Fitters
' Material furnished for
Connection with City
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ON GHOVtT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUND3AN, IrJl-.
I ' . . .1 Nr .
AT ALL HOURS
Vincvar 1 Street,
Talepliono No. 23S
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Carriages, Buggies anil Saddle Hones
ON 0HOKT NOTICE
Cari'iaos meet S'teaincrs
Oon. Iao Sii' ion, A ailuku, Maui
YEK TAI, Trap.
Mark t Stiv I, Wft' uUu
BEEF and PORK
. Dolivorpd daily in Wniluku,
Waihc 0 and Kalmlui
TBLRPHONE No. li
Market Stivi t, opii. P.K)oa.
Nent Fit Guaranteed
Market St., nonr Borbn's store.
CHI IMG HOU
?estaaraat r, Coffee Saloor
PRESS BREAD EYEKY DAY
I Jorncr Main una Illtt S Wu.IbUv, Maul
Kinder a M
London. April 7. The "D.iily
roin Bosliof, tinted Thursday:
Lord. Methuen's Mnfeking relief
uy. 'llio boors are 111 force u low
Tho town is practically deserted,
jiando under Commandant .Dui)te3sis.vhi) controls the district.
Lord Metjiucn coinnianded in u "pittted little actiin nine miles
o the southeast, whore ho sirn'oundccT seventy Boers on a kopje.
tfot a mail asenpedj We" took fifty
md a. quantity, of tfaaKftigat. -aisr.lJl(oituIlitl-oiHl1Mljili.aill
luTlng tho action. A Boer lioistoii a wittfe wig ntrnntimfuftl
uedintely niter, kiil'njr a Bj'iti&h officer. The murdorei' iv.
S::attl (W:sh.). April 0.
.invignbio streams of this State,
of the river changed by nn enrthquake uphenvnl. The bed of the
river now rises ridge-shape to n
longer n river bed cut by the riih
J Inn eruption and upheaval is
o: the highest and most interesting
curred March 27th and war. accompanied by a sound not unlike
the heavy rumble of thunder. Hamilton, a town ten miles distant,
loard the report.
New Your, April -AYil'ir.m
statements suggesting that ho had
uiral Bewey for the Presidency
I do not consider in j'selc so related t o politics at present as to
ie entitled to assist in making candidates. I have the profoundest
ji.lir.irat;on for Dowy. It cauio
mco with the Adr..iral when I was
rreat pride in his reputation, but
o do with, his recent announcement. I bcliovo it to bo the act of
he Admir.il himself. His n.iture
ind he has doubtless been solicited to become a candidate by
ihousands of people wh would like to see him President. I'Jma-
;ino that if you get at the real truth you will lir.d that to bo tho
cason of his annouuceuieut.
Wi":irr:o (Manitoba). April 0.
l'-ft yesterday for California, where they were taken by an Ameri-
3:111 omulovment agency to work
hc5' wanted to go to a vrapuor.ilin)i'.i,,, .The immigration' author!
-ier, are becoming alarui-ecl al the
colony will leave in 'the course of
inists have made little progress
:i'fort will be made to stop the emigrants at the boundary line, as
hey are moving under u labor contract in violation of Ilia interim
ior ti labor lav..
Vs:;iXGT(ix, April G. Senator Doboe of Kentucky to-day
,'avo notice in tho Senate that he
iuls .of former Collator J. C. S. Blackburn as a Senator from that
jtr.le to the Committee 011 Privileges and Elections.
Santa Fn (N. M.), April 0. Fifteen inches of snow fell last
night and to-day, much to the joy
anticipated drouth and puts the
the lieaviept snotrfall in two years. The blooming peach trees,
ilnioud. and apricot trees weie not
nild . The snow melted as soon a
it blockaded railroad and wagon
n-aph and' telephone wires. Last
thunder and a thirty. live-mile gale, with snnw, marked the libgin-
ling of the storm. -
Vancojvf.u (B. C), April r. Tha 3loamrJ:ip Empress of Japan,
.vhich arrived this ir.oinhig from the Orient, brings news of a big
.T.11 on tho banks of Tokio, Yokohama and other Japane se cit es.
Hie export trade of tho Empire hua fallen oir very mv. h during
fie last few months, on account of tho partial failure of crops,
.losing of collieries ai.d other causes, and as a result the imports
Yvve exceeded tho exports' by very large sums during the last
hree months Turing the week onding March 2'2i, ovor two
.nillion yen in gold cuvreny, had to bn Shipped to foreign countries
to cover tne dilferor.ee bet weon the bsport.s and imports. When
his became known end the si;:e
realized, many morc.ar.tilo house
oanks and quite a panic ensued,.
issurances that the tinanciai ciiaiS was mu temporary
VAXCOUvnn (B. C). April "1.- Oriental papers state that Chhiofo
ofiicial enmity tawai'd foreigners is being specially .directed against
British citizens in China. Instigated, it is said, by Russian sug-i-aetions,
tho Chinese have lately beon especially troublesome on
t"iq Burmah-Chines'e frontier, where a medical oilicer and an ar-
sistant commissioner wore Aiuiuereu.
Tnere" is a serious international
which not only cost two British
Eiightful wounding of u third.
Vancouver (B. C). April i.Tho Canadian steamer Alpha, the
Hvcf hnnt. this soason for
tho north lato to-night. United States Consul Dudley this after
aoon received the following telegram from Thomas W, Cridlor, As
iistnut Secretary of State, at V.'nsliington:
'Tlio Secretary of tho Treasury is determined to enforce the
tyws agtdnst the Alpha. Telegraph i)ioinptly her departure for
Capo Nome." -
Aocka (British Gold Coast, Africa), Apil n. Tribal fighting has
rnkon Dlaeo in Ashanti. Govornor ami. Lady Hodgson aro at
Cuorr.lrsio. Thn telpgraph wires have .been cut, communication
stopped and dispatches destroyed. AJily of Hussars is leaving
hero for Coomussio The situation ajipurs to bo serious.
T-sfegrapir has the follow;!;,'
forctej was concentrated hero to-
miles mutant on (ho Vanl rtVov.
all tha men being1 with the coui-
-folir prisoners, sixty Horses
Tlio Nuok'sack rivor. one of the
h.is boon dnimr.ecl imd the course
height of seventy fact. It is no
centered about Mount Bnkov, one
peaks of the Cascades. It oc
C. -WLltr-oy said to-day that :-ll
to do with the candidacy of Ad-
are without foundation. Ho s.id:
naturally to me from my acquain-
Secretary of the Navy. I take
I had no knowledo of or anything
is simple and straightforward
A party of forty Bonkhoboul-s
for SO cents a day.. They said
niovqmen!., as it is said the whole
two or three years. Tho col
since settling in Maniloba. An
would move to refer the crec1 :-n
of ranchers, as it prevents U:e
ranges in excellent shape. It was
injurwl, as tho temperature is
it fell although at various points
roads and playou havoc among t-le-
night a display of lightning,
of the discrepancies in trade was
drew large sums from their
The Government, however, gave
difficulty baok of tho outrage,
ol!iutii:s their lives but led to the
Cano Nome, will aret away foi
Dr. Jameson is very ill
Al eut 2(fl(.( Boors are said to bf
tvrn-.ind Dlocinft ntcin.
Senator F0r.1l.er says that McKin-
loy cannot bri Urjiten.
All Erltish subjiots hr.-.e been or-
dchvd to leave Prttora.
General Otis will lovo f,H' Hip
started lor South Alr'cc. .
The Navy Department will accept
the subnmrir.c l.cat Ilollund.
O-.mnu r.,":a, w'..oso ceat'i wa
prenir.ttu-cly reportedv died April 4.
Prpe State farmers arc more afraif
of. the TninsvaHlcrs tliauo'the Uri-
Gold is leaving "aj;:.n ei.d tratlc
b'lanees are le-gcly against that
It Is now stated tlir.t Captain Leary
was retired from Ct.au yt 1 is own
Keutuc'-y Repiblie'ts will appeal
the Gubernatorial capo to the Si-p-ome
The Emperor of China is vory ill
anl w. believed to lave Icon given
Martial law lies been reclaimed
at Fcurte Tierrj, Porto Tico owing
to race riot'.
The San Fr.inHsco Labor Council
will ak Congress tj ttop Japanese
General Bai'o -'s.irt vomer.! s may
be impeded by Uuig sickness among
tie dryugbt oxer.
Cojiveiition owlorsod Uryan'a pre si
. The Porto Rk 0 riots are caused by
the natives reseutfng the coming of
Jamaica negro latorc-rs.
Tho paroled Boer General Freto
rius is said to have supervised the
ambuscade at Korn S"pruit.
Otieon Victoria desires tlir.t tho
B.nbornt'j tho Duke and Duchess
of York shall be christened Patrick.
Tw Naval Appropriation bill ea -
ries 2!J, !1:, tl 0 largest sun
ever rcLortecl to the Hou: 0 from tie
Lord Edward Cecil, son of do
Marquis of Salisbury, l-'rcinier of
England, is prr.bably a prisoner in the
hands of the Boers.
A mob wanted tolyrch Sipldo w'. o
bhotat tlio Prince of Whaler, but
the Prince, who 1 was poifectly cocl,
biterceded for him.
Ojio man was killed and another bad
ly injured in n tight at Chiuago, grow
ing out of an argument over Admiral
Dewey's candidacy for president
It eland ynve Queen Victoria a
chivalious reception. T.:cre was no
l.'nt. of tlbraffrction in the Dublin
crowds, and the Queen was delighted
Tho four hundredth annlvorsnry of
the discovery of Brazil will bo ob
served at Rio ele Janeiro wnn nn
prosslvo military r.r.d naval fetes.
A SoduI dispatch ttr.tes that Pais
siu has disavowed her designs on the
Island of Quelpart, and Cr.rea agrees
not to give tho island to any othei
Portugal lias ceusented to the
transportation of British tioop?
across fromBfelro into Rhodesia. Tlu
nows bus made u profcund sensatior.
in France. ,
By the eusufoswon of Youtsoy.
"Jim" Howard 'm named as the man
who fired the fatal shot al Goebcl
It was llred from a thirty-eight call
bor Marlln rifle, furnished by Yont
soy, who bought the steel bullets aiui
smokeless powder from a well kaowu
Ominous preparations.for war ho
twecn Russia and Japan continue.
Tho Russians are makir-g strenuous
efforts to supply Port Arthur with
grain. Japan hase-alled out her nav
al reserves for eorvico during the
proaching maneuvres, in which tho
entire JapaneMj fleet willbe'engagcd
lliiiasi I Yetloson
DEAL n IN
a . tlv'
Goods will be di live red at Waikapo
..'jnday, Wedne.'-day and Friday; at
7aibee Tues'tlay, Thursday anel Sat
ur.lay; and at al' hours in Wailulm.
LADIES DRESS GOODS
Gooilr ili'lhernl Id Vi'cIIipi'. Monday, Tluirs-
J. J. COMBS, Proprietor
Buy for Css!i, Sell for Cash
'AY, GRAIN FEED
Staple and Fancy
BUtTEP; and ECCS
Goods Delivered Daily
o Wa'luku. Waikupu anel Waihee!
H. L CHASE
Portrait and Landscape Photographer
Vlnlr. St root.
from all trains
To Hotel direct
TnuuiiosE No. 153
roimorly Wulluku llotol
AH KEE, Proprietor
Beds CO Cents pur Ni!U
MEALS 25 CENTS "
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