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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. I., SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1900
Hons & coke
Attokn'kvs at Law
TUo Oermtyiiii Life Insurance) Co.
. Tho Oroontt lch t-'iro Imur.incti Co
V A. N, KEPOIKAI
1 Attorney at Law
Attounky at Law
' LAUAINA, . . MAUI
Attohney at Law
J; M. KANEKyA
Attorney and Counsellor
Occidciitsvl Hotul, corner of King and
Attorney at Law
Atkinson & judi
A. I.. ATKI.NSOJf, AI.Ur.IlT V. JUKI), JU.
Attorneys at Law
-tSillco over niHliop & Co't Imul:, cor. Merchant
ami lvauuuumiiu Streets. .
John weddick, m, d.
Physician- & Surgeon
WAILUKU, . MAUI
"Rhysiciax & Sunnrox
KIHEI : - t MAUIr
W. F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
PAIA, . .. MAUI
R.J. McGETTldAN, ftl. D
Physician & Suiioko:
DR. L. A. SAlJUl sgK
Physician & SmiOEON .
SPRECKELS VI LLE,
DENTISTS ;MMM B
Onico, Main and MarketI1 'tjSwr
WAILUKU, . .
P t innT?m T) T) R. Oil"?
SU liVEYOIiS pF
"J JAS. T. TAYLOR.1 ji. Am. soe. c S S
V CoNsur.'rr.N'o HYHRAri.ic !! Iffi,
T. K. KAH00KELE ,
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
Architect? & Duii-miius
Olllcu Itonim '.' n'nfl i, Arlington Anuex.
Tel. i.V; 1'. O. Uox ?78.
HONOLULU, - ' ' .
Sketelief itnil correct estimates
furutsUeil at snort notice.
Howard & train
Suite 7, Model hloclt. F.jrt Street
HARDY, & NAONE,
MAKAWAO . . MAUI.
1 Telephone No. 20".
Plumbers & Pipe-Fitters
Material .urnisheel lor
Connection with City
Livery, M it Sale Stable
. -Wju. GGODNES Prop.
rrv Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ,LL STEAMERS
HANS AMUNDSAN, Pr.oi-.
lacks nd Saddle Horses
AT ALL HOURS
Vineyard Strict, Wailuku, Maui
Telephones .No. 235
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.;
Carnages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTICE
Carriages meet Steamers
,i THLKPHONK NO. ,
pp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
YEK TAI, Prop.
Mitrket Street, Wallnliu
Do'ivcvcd daily in Wailuku,
Waihce and Kaliuhu
-TBLUPHONH No. H
uxftl MnxKQi bireoi, opp, saloon,
Iar)ct St., near Dorba's store.
London. May 17, 13: p. m. Th'W.ir OiHco has received the
following dispatch from Genoisil Bifiler: -
"Dannhauser, May 17. Tho (,cgihI division has reached
DannhaiiKcr and I hopo that my tntvimco p itrols tiro ut No .v
rustle. Tho fifth division is Gnlmj.l fi'v)in ELuulshr.ile lo
Gloncoo, rep.iirinjr the railw.iy. Tn f varth division iGiit Sunday's
river drift, on the old Newcastle rojul..
"Several Natal farmers aro hindui" bvor thoir arnis.
"All ropjrb4 ujjroo that )ir
PijEroitiA, Taosclay, Miy p. An oIHsVil bulletin announces t'.ii.
she Federal troops stormed and occupied tho forts around M ife
'ting on Saturday morning. Tno same night tho Federals wjv
surrounded, losing, so far as known, seven killed and fifteen woun
cd und a number taken prisoners. The British casualties aro sa'
co be lifty ki'led or wounded.
It is reported that the advance guard of the forcq proceeding to
the relief of Mafeking from. the south was repulsed yesterday.
London, May 17, 2:18 p.m. The War Office hit's received the
following dispatch from Lord Roberts:
"Kroonstad, Wednesday, May U5. Rundio yesterday occupied
Mcq millings Nek and Moddorpoort without opposition.
"Hunter has entered the Transvaal 'ijmd has advanced within ten
miles of Christiana.
"Mothuen has reached a point twclv miles on tho Hospitad road
without seeing the enemy.
"Natives liud.local whites have confirmed the previous repjrts
of the disorganization of the Free State's.
"The situation here is unchanged."
"New Yoiuc, May 17.A special toie Tribune from Washington
Army officers are booming 1110172 concerned than ever over thod n
ger believed to be involved in tho policy adopted by the War Depart j
men! authorities in not appealing to Congress to provide- for a
permanet increase in the enlisted strength at tho presont session.
The necessity of a continuance of till the present available forcv.
in the Philippines Cor at least another year is now regarded as
indisputable yet under existing law it is imperative that a be
ginning must be made not later than November in the repatriatio
)f troops serving there.
Washington, May 17. Assistant Secretary Spauldiug hn
.ssued a modification of the instructions of tho Department of
October 12, 1899? prcscribi hg a rate of drawback on syrup,'-the
refined product of imported raw sugar.
The drawback is reduced from siO per ceilt lo HO per cent of if
net value in tank at the refin'ovy in c,ondit-jfjn as thrown finally fro!
the centrifugal, in the regular process of sugar manufacture. Tl
limitation as to piice of the syrup is also removed. These i.
structions will take .effect May 18, 1000.
New Yokk, Miry 17 The .official welcoming of the Boor envoys b'
Mayor Van Wy.ck will take place this afternoon at a o'clock in th.
Mayor's office at the City Hall. The Mayor will give the onvc,, i
the freedom of the city and will present to them copies oJ a rosoi:
tion passed by the Municipal Assembly. Tho parly has no progr.i
irranged for tonight, and will go to Washington tomorrow. Tl.
members refuse to talk about what Uiey will do in Washington t.
what they hope to accomplish.
Washington, May 17, Commissioner General Powderly is taking
ictive .steps to, establish a system of immigrant inspection of tho
Hawaiian Islands, and to that end he has! detailed Mr. F. II. Larnec1,
tho chief clerk of the immigration Bureau, to proceed to Honoluh.
md make a careful examination of the conditions there and establisl
a system in all impoitrr.t particulais tho same as is now h
operation in tho United States.
S. F., May ll-ATho French cruiser Protet will leave port on Jr.r.
4th. according to present arrangements, sailing for Seattle. Afti.
1 brief visit there the cruiser will go to Honolulu, thence to th.
Society and Marquesas islands, in the South Pac'fic, where th
ship will remain a your or two.
New Yohk, May 17. A Manila letter to tho Herald, dat
February 10, says: .. ...-. ..
About January 1 it was said that tho uvnnnl ufid nrganixetl insu.
rectum was practically ul ah end u'ud that therefore the troops
would have to deal only witli guerrilla bands and outlaws. Yo.''
in the last forty days the American forces hero have lost more
men, more arms and moi-o supplies in the: so-callod pucifie.l districts
th m during any previous period of liko length since the hisui-
rection began. If this is what guorillii. warfare means we will neet
more troops some day, for tho now method of fighting is provin.
more effective than any style that the insurgonts huvo employed
previously. Almost every day brings a report of somo frosh
ambuscade wherein small forces of our troops are attacked by a
hundred or more Filipinos Usually one or more of our men aro
killed and tho rest are driven away by sheer force of liumbers. Then
follows a punitive expedition, but these sorties seldom find a trace
of tho enemy.
New Yohk, May 17. A dispatch to tlio Journal from Washington
says: Admiral Dowoy returned from his Western trip . today,
and while ho will not talk politics it is understood by his friends
that the Presidential nomination is admitted by him to bo beyond
his reach. The Admiral is highly olated by tho popular ovatuv.
that met him at every step, in convinced (hut ho has tho lovo of
his countrymen everywhere in this broad land, is satisfied with
this and is indifferent as to tho future.
London, May 10 A telegram from Cape Town says that Cecil
Rhodes has decided to retire altogether from Capo Crlony politic;-.
London. May 1(3.- Tho Lourenzo Marquea correspondent of thv
Times, under Tuesday's dato, says: "There hag been a heated
discussion in thp Raad, in secret
of destroying tho mines. Tho result is not publicly known. The
foroign mining I representatives
adderssed strong ropre&entutions
7,00.1 tho enoiriy p
'A 'vV (
session, respecting tho expediency
aro greatly alarmed and hv.v
to their respective. Gonsuli"
Dayton, O., has a street railway
Tail won the inaugural
70.000 by his
Franco has obtained a loan 0:
ilii.UUO.UUO in New York.
Tho three days' flirht at
Another uussinu torpedo boal
lias blown up, killing six men.
The U. S. S. Pathfinder am,
Patterson u'ill go to Bering Sea for
Tho Boer envoys will be escorted
to Washington by Senators and
The infant son of Cainmauder ano
Mrs. Booth-Tuuker of the Salvation
Army died from pneumonia.
The men executed in China for the
murder of Missionary Brooks were
substituted for the real assassins.
Tho disturbances in the Italian
Chamber of Deputies have resulted
in u royal decree proroguing I'arlia
By the narrow margin of two
votes the Legislature decided against
abolishing the death penalty in
Tho Senate Committee on Inter,'
oceanic Canals reported in favor 01
tho Niearaguan route and urged
The Tonguo river Indians in
.Montana aro having a "Messiah"
?razo and tho matter has been re
ferred to tho War Department.
Clark's strategy to retain a seat
in tho Upper House is likely to
prove 'futile, though Clark is sanguine
and lays the opposition, to Daly.
Minneapolis men have incorporated
; million-dollar stock company tr
iperate fisheries and p ickir.g c&tab
lshments along the coust of Alaska.
President Julia A. P.oca of tin.
rgentino Republic v. ill visit the
Jnited Slates incognito. President
is to sjtudy the
merican peojile and their customs.
According to Acting Commissioner
IcSwceny, the largest number of
mmigrantS) ever received at an
American port in one day arrived
,t the Barge oiiiee May 17. They
.anie in six ships and numbered
The only memorial in this country
of Thomas Paine, the revolutionary
lero, a monument at Now Roehelle,
Y., is to bo perpetuated by
nouey contributed by delegates to
ho late middle-of-tho-ro:td Populists
onvention at Cincinnati.
Tho French cruiser Protet will
leavo port on June 4th, according to
present arrangements, sailing for
Seattle. After a brief visit there
the cruiser will go to Honolulu,
thence to tho Society and Marquesas
Islands, in tho South Pacific, where
the ship will remain a year or two.
II. do la Roche Nernot. second
secretary of tho French Embassy
in Berlin, has been recalled to
Paris beeauso Emperor William
had complained to tho Froneh Em
bassador, the Marquis do Npailles,
of tho secretary's impr-oper public
remarks during the recent visit of
Emperor Francis Joseph.
The financial situation in Japan
is growing more and more precarious,
and tho empire is at present stand
ing on vory thin ice. Tho loaning
Japaneso hanks aro offering rates
of interest for deposit, wliile, signifi
cantly enough, tho foreign hanks
aro at the same -time cutting their
rates down 33 per cont.
Tho United Statos Ambassador,
General Horace Port or, -and the
Udted States Commissioner Goneral,
F. W. Peek, participated in the
oxerclsea of turning over the ugi'lool-
tural exhibit known as tho Amurieau
corn kiehen, for demonstrating the
use of corn as food and for the pur
pose, of increasing oxpvjru. to the
exposition authorities. Tho kitchen
is the work of Colonel Clarke Can
oifiiiaii it YetlcsofT
Sin ' f, 'W-ML '" ' -T
Come and see our new slock
of Lace and Driss UcmkIm, and
at the same time inspect our
new supply of the hf si and .
cheapest Sewing Machines,
large end small.
TBLliPKONE Po. 75
Goods will he delivered ai Waikapji
Monday, Wednesday and rV-aay; sit;
Waibeo Tuesday. Thursday and :SaV
urdnj ; and' ti all hours in Wiulckiu
LADIES DRESS GOODS
AND TRIMMINGS '
Oomlc, (lollvcrei". In Wnllicc, Monday, Thurs
luv ivml Sulunli.y; in WrJIulcu tvuil Wuittnim
VSLEPKONti "o. an
GENTS' SUITS CLEANED "
LaiHos' Skirts Specialty
VIIEELCR t WILSON SEWING
MACHINE COMPANY. .
TJIK T3EIIGSTHO.r MUSIC CO,'
Wheeler. Si Wilson, Chuiiv
aftd Lock Ftitch Mach3n,eF.,
Sold on Installment Plan.
Orders taken for Sheet Mysic,;
Piano Tuning and Kopairing',
All Orders will-Rqceivo Prompt
.- Office Adjojning Iao. Stables.
WAILUKU, ' MAUI.
H. L. CHASE
Portrait and Landscape Flictograplier
VAVnlUj U n
from nil trains
To Hotel direct
T!.EPiiox: Xo. If).")
fcruiurjy Wailuku Holil
AH KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents oci N
MEALS 25 CENTS
CHI NO HoLl
kestucraat g Coffee Selron
FRESH BREAD 0Y!:KV La,