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1 1 J!glEl BY AUOOTYJ TELiSfiAPSflclS (iia7(llySi! I
HONS & COKE
Arroimn's at Law
TlicOormanlii Lite Insurance Co.
Tlia OrOL-mvlcli l'lru luMiniacu Uo
L N. KEPOIKAI
Attqujjf.y AT L'AW
John kiciiakdson ,
Atxounev at Lav
Attoiinev at Law
J. M. KANEKUA
Attoii.nev aKd Couxskllou
omoe: Occidental 'llotfl, comer ot King auij
Attohnky at Law
HONOLULU, . . H. I.
Atkinson & judd
A. I.. ATKINSON, AI.llKItT Y. .Illlll), J".
Attokxevs at Law
OWcooverlilsliop .t Co-k lmult, cor. Morchnut
T nud Kir.tliuuiuuu Struots.
John weddick, m. d.
Physician & Suiiokon
Physician & Suhoeon
KHIEt - - - MAUIr
Wi F, McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Suuueon
PAIA, . MAUI
R. J. McGETTIGAN, M. D
Physician & Sukoeon
IIANA, . ' MAUI
Dr. l. a. sabey
Physician & Suhoeon
fi.K- SPRECKHLSVI LLE, - MAUI
me , '
W. RUSSELL BOOTin, D. D. S.
OITico, Main and Market
WAIBUKU, . . MAUI
R. I. MOORE, D. .D. S.
Suuveyoh & Civil fisoiNEEu
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
& JAS. T. TAYLOR, m. aw. boo. c. k.
30y Judd Block, Houolulu,
I W ATT,1TKTT . . 1 A TTT WATF.i? IATF.Q lm'llte' i 'M
. Japan domes that slio will declare v"A?--vAi!--f.-j..i; W
! ttar on China. Wi.-?;-..-. ft JB
ARCHITECTS I . rf trv -v it. 'JH
Wailuku and Kahiilui Water Wnrks. rSrh-Jts-"' OR 1
MAUI ! iJEARDSLEE & PAGE 1 ..w. I?
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
'Ancunr.cT.s & Bun.mins
Ofllco Koims 9 nnrt -t, Arlington Annex,
!-. - - Uu
HONOLULU, - - H.I.
1 Skctehns nud correct estimates
(iirnlslieil ut short notice.
Howard & trajn
Suite 7, Model Block, Fort Street
HARDY, & NAONE,
MAKAAVAO . . MAUI
wnaer 3 Beacn
Plumbers & Pipe-Fitters
Matoriul furnished for
Connection Avith City
Maui, H. I.
W.M. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICt:
CARRIAGES ML'IiT ALL STEAMERS
HANS AJIUN'LSAN, I'ltOP.
AT ALL HOURS
Vineyard Street, Wailuku, Maui
JOHN DOREGO Prop.;
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHOUT NOTICK
CarrUiges meet SteameriK
Opp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
YKB TAI, I'rop.
Jlnrket Street, Wulluku
BEEF and PORK
Delivered dailj' in Wuiluku,
Waihco and Kahului
TI5Lr.PIIONn No. u
MurVot Street, opp Saloon,
Nctit Fit Guaranteed
Markot St., near Borba's storo.
bECTinx 1. Foi- ljuildiiiL's
"uirfiu'0 of (not incluuing open porches)!
Square Feet Que Storv
0 to 800
800 to f)00
ifOO to 10.00
1000 to J'JOO
1200 to 1100
1400 to 1000
1000 to 1800
1800 to 'J000
2000 to 2300
2.'i00 to ::ooo
.'loon to .'moo
:!500 to .1000
S 8 00
For all houses one story in heirht,
thousand .square feet, there shall bo added one dollar for each additional
five hundred square feet or fraction thereof, and the further sum of one
dollar for each additional story.
For all houses of more than two stories in height there shall be added
to the above tablo rate one dollar for each additional story.
Where a house or buildin'' is oeeupied bv more than nno fnmilv tlio
sjonoral rate for each additional family shall be three-quarters ( 'i ) of
the foreoni'i rate?, except where twoor more families occupy the ;ame
"oor, in which case the rate for each family on the same floor sli: ll be
the rate for the floor f,urfaee occupied by such family, according to the
Note Thetfencral rate includes water for general household pur
poses, but docs not include any of the following specified rates:
Section 2. For horses, including water for washing vehicles:
For 1st horse $:-).00 per annum
For 2d. 3d, 4th and 5th horse '. 2;00 per annum each
.... , . j
For (ith to noth horse.
For olst and above..'..
Same rate for mules
For 1st cow
For 2d, 3d, 4th and oth cow
For 0th cow and abovo
Section 3. Irrigation, where confined to such four ( 4 ) hours of the
day as are published from time to time by the Superintendent of Water
Works, at the rate of one-half cent per square yard per annum; no annua!
charge to be less than ( 5.00 ) Five Dollars.
Irrigation, where the hours are not restricted, three cents per sruare
vard per annum; minimum charge ris above.
Section 4. Stores, banks, bakeries, offices, warehouses, sa!-.ns.
grocers, eating-hotif es. barber-shops, butcher-shops, book-bindc l ies,
blneksinith-shojis. confectioners, hotels, lodging-houses, boarding-houses,
churches, halls, laundries, photograph galleries, printing-offices, sfcam
engines, green-houses, markets, market-stalls, horso troughs, soda
fountains, and other places of business, each to be charged accordirg to
the estimated quantity used.
Approved June 10. 1000.
JOHN A. McCANDLEF.S
Supt. of Public Wt rks.
London, .Tune Id, 4 p. m. A special dispatch from Hong', ong
snyfi nil the Peking legations have been destroyed and that the
Gorman Minister, Baron von Kettoler, has been killed.
Ran f'nAxnfjco, Juno lf. The
specials from Tien-tsin:
TIEN-TSIN, Juno IT., .' p. ni. - -
native yity oflicials hnvo beeh burned at the stake. Tho foreign
settlomont is expecting tin immediate attack.
Allied ileets. forty vessels in all,
nignt. l no allieu iorces under Admiral beymour, now inarching
on Peking, are short of provisions and water, and tho railroad has
been destroyed behind them. They are expected to encounter
Tho authorities fear n massacre
tians at Peking.
WASin.GTON,.Tune lfi. It. seems
ted States troops in the Philippines will bo called upon to furnish
a contingent to assist in tho rescue
Uliinu, and in the protest "in of tr
Washington. Juno In, Nothing
ment from the. United States Minister Conger nt Peking ivnco
Tuesday evening, ar.il the officials
not until tho foreign -relief column
Mr. Conger bo able to resume the
er a substantial force should uot bo
London, June 15, 4 u. m.- Lord
east of.Pretoria with the Boors withdrawn to new positions Tues-I"'
dr,y. News of fresh -fighting 13 expected at the War Olilct, butfillJ
mire cume kist night.
Ch.cago. wime 1;"). The Record says: Chieago-'s colored popula
tion is deeply interested in a plan to establish a colony in
ti.ioro murines arc to be sent to f$ US Y .JULY X W
. s . the Pliilintiinos. a A lM
S it 00
I IMI Hot nminin
u.t per annum
Sl.fiO per annum each
. 1.00 per annum ,,
.75 acr annum
Exumtcor prints the follov.in'1-
Boxors control Tien-tsin. Tlio
are to attack the Taku forts to-
of foreigners mid native. Chris
probable that, after all, tho Uni
of the foreign missionari s iii
foreign embassies and legations;
has como to tho State Depart
have settled to the belief that
roaches the Chinese capital will
use of the cable.
Government is considering wheth-
sent to China
Roberts' dispatches leave affair
i ground aragua and Salvador. M ',11
ARussianbr.uk mavbc established
in the United States.
General Otis says that the war in
the Philippines is over.
Roosevelt reiterates that ho does
not want the vice-presidency.
.Tamos R. Keenc has wagered $25.
000 that Bryan defeats MeKinley.
The A stor syndicate will build an
isthmian railway across Honduras.
The Hawaiian commissioners to
the Paris Exposition have reached
The Klondike clean-up for the sea
son will be from $20,000,000, to 25,.
General Louis Botha has escaped
from the trap set for him by General
Four have been killed. and mai.y
... 11 . 1 . . .
wouuucu in uie street car riots 111
The appropriation bill as finally
reported to Congress totaled over
The cost of the four weeks street
ear strike in St. Louis ' is estimated
On Juno 14, at New York, all
grades of refined sugar wore ad
"isnced tenpoiuts. f
Tiie Bundesrath has approved the
navy bill, and the measures to carry
it out, are published.
Ten thou,i-.v.)d Ashantis surround
Cooinassie, West Africa, and 5,000
face the British relief forces.
Goldwin Smith says China wiil
probably bl the next scene of butch
ery in the name of civilization.
Democrats of Kentucky, Missouri,
Vermont and Georgia have endorsed
Bryttn and tho Chicago platform.
General Mascurdo, a Filipino lead
er offers to yield if he will not be im
prisoned. He has 200 men and 500
Governor Beckham is trying to
extradite Governor Taylor on a
charge of being accessory to the
Tho delay in the break-up of the
ice in Hehriug Straits will seriously
impede the progress of tho gold-
seekers bound for Nome.
'i'he price of wheat has been ad
vancing by leaps and bounds through
out the States, on account of pros-
nee t of a short crop.
The political fight in Havana lhi
fall will be for Mayor, thbfe being
two candidates, ono representing
the. army and tho other the states
men of Cuba.
San Francisco is to have an oil
boom. Discoveries are alleged to
have been mado in tho sand iii'.ls
along the ocean heath south of Gold
en Gate Park, and property values
have gone up.
According to a decision of Unite
States Judge Townsond of New York
the Porto Rlcans ure inhabitants of
a foreign uountuy as regards the
constitution aud withi.i tho meaning
of tho tariff acts.
, The vice presidential boom of I ey
ing M. Scott of San Francisco is
waxing larger, aud such an influend
tial paper an the Philadelphia Press
hus strongly urged his availability,
devoting an entire iiage to him and
Lydeobuitf. whitler the Boer
rait have retired after bbundo'i-
ing Pretoria, is described as a vol
ennic region of fertile vaihys, tn
closed by r:viparts of pneipitous
wl;s. There are hords of eattk
there and much uativo lubor avail
ablo for fortiiigutious,
CAPES a '1
TEL.fcFHONE No. ? S
Goods will be delivered at WaViu.j.u
Monday, Wednesday and Fr day: at
Wailiee Tuesday. Thursday and 'Sat
urday; and at all hours hi' Wailuku.
A. J. Efili'ES
w n 4 & If
LADIES DRESS GOOPS
. AND lllIMMlNGS
Bacon . .
O00U1! lU'Hvcrwl In Wi'.Uhc. Moi tlnv, Tlnim
Juy iiml S.itunliv;-; In Wntlulm i.nd ..tKiuni
TKLKniONp Ni. jiiq
GENTS' SJIT5 CLEANED
Ladies' Skirts it Specialty
WHEELER & WILSON SEW5NG
TJIU IJUKUSTHOSI hush: C:(.
Wheeler &, Wilson, Chain
and Lock Stitch Math'uies
Sol( pp Installmunt Plan.
Orders taken for Shut Miisio;
PianO Tuning and Repairing.
All Orders will Receive Prompt.
tirir Office Adjoining lao Stables.
!. L. CKAGS
Porlrsil arid Landscape ,tr-..,i,Icr
WAILUKU, M,U' I
Fr ,4iuil sten!.:
Tb Hole! direct;
TKi.nni ink Nl 155
fonncr ' Wutlvhu Hot .1
AH Kt K, Propri.-: -r
Beds 50 CciUy pm Nibt
MEALS ZC CENTS
wailuku . . . M,uf.
Reshiarint J CcPce Saloon
fsesii mm mm day
Ala 11 1