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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. I;, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1900
NUMBER 22 J
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,'AILUKU, . s- " MAUI
rA. N, KEPOIKAI
Attorney at Law
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Attorney at JjAX:
lahaina, . . maui
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Attorney at Daw
MAKAWAOJ . . MAUI
j. M. KANBKUA
Attorney ad Counsellor
billed: Occtauntu'l Hotel, corucr or King and
HONOLULU, . 1 Hi I..
.Chas. creighton f '
Attorney at Law
f " ' Atkinson .& judd
.F-.tY"'. A. L. ATKINSON, Af.UEIlT F. JUU1, JK.
tiff J. . .
. . Attorneys at' Law
dni'ce over nishop & Co'a linnl,, cor'. Mercliauf
and lviiuliutniiuu Streets.
John weddick, m; d.
Physician -& Surgeon
WAILUKU, . . : -MAUI
i Drj dinegar
, Physician & Surgeon
W. P. McCONKEY, M. D. '
t g Physician & .Surgeon
R. J. McGETTlGAN, M. D"
Physician & SuWieon
l'hana, . ' ' . -'maui;
Dr. l. a. sabey
, Physician & Suugeon
'SPRECKELSVILLE, - M'AUI,
W. RUSSELL BOOTR, D. D. S J
Office, Main and Market
WAILUKU, . . . . , MAUI
R. I. MOORED. .1). s;
'f H. ELDREDGE '
; ' SonVEYOR & Civil. JiajiSi'Kii
'WAILUKU,- . . MAL'I
JAS. T. TAYLOR, u 'aw. so,, c. e.
Cois'uLTiNa IIv pit wi.a
L K. KAHOOKELE
BEiUlDSLEE ,& PAqfci
Architects tfe-B'uir.UEiu .
Ofllco Rortms 2 ami J. Arllntilon Annex.
Tel. aai; 1'. O. llox ITS.
HONOLtfLU, - . It. I.
F.ltotclios and correct estimate?
lurnlslied at sliort uotlcu.
Howard & trai
SUlto T, Model Hloclti Fbrt Street
HONOLULU. - -
HARDY. & JSfAONE,
MAKAWAO ; . MAUI.
TEMifllONE No. 20?.
Plumbers & Pipe-Fitters
Jlaloial fxirnishecl for
Connection 'with City
Vacii, 5-1. I.
Livery, f ceil m MM
W.M. GOODNESS, Prop.
OIV SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUNDSAN, TllOP.
Hacks and Saddle Morses
AT,? ALL hours
Vineyard Street, Wailuku, Maui
Telephone No. 235
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.i
Carriages, Buggies .and Saddle Horses
ON SHORT JJOTICE f
Carriaiies meet Steamers
Opp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui'
YEE TAI, Prop.
Marltet Street, Wallulit?
BEEF and PORK
Delivered daily in Wailuku,
Waiheo and Kahului
TBLBPHONn No, 14
Market Street, opp. Saloon,
AYAlLVftU, - 3IAU1
Neat Fit Guni-ontcid
COFFEE "SALOON . "
. Market St., 4iear Bovba's store.
Kinder I B
Waildkli ahel Kahului Water tvyorJs, .
Section 1. For luildinys oecujiicd by n single fniuiiybbverhig a ground
surface of (not including open porelics)!
0 to 800
800 to 000 ,
!)()0 to 1000
1000 to 1200
1200 to 1400
M00 to l'GOO
lliOO to 1800
1800 to 2000
2000 'to '2;")0,0
2."j(V to iidOO
S000 to li.'iOO
itfOO to 4000
. Que Story
$ 8 01)
it (ID . .
h oo .
For all houses one story in height, covering a ;rcator 'area, than four
thousand square feet-, there shall be added ono d'bllar for each additional
nVc hundred square feet or fraction thereof, and the further sum of one
kllar for each additional story.' j. " "
For all houses of more than two stories i(i height there shall be added
f.ri the above table rat'e,6iie dollar for each additional story.
Where a house or b'uildm'g is occupied by moro than one family ti c
general rate for each ' additional family shall be three-quarters ( ) of
he foregoing rates, c.ecnt where two or trioro families occupy the same
loor, in which case the rate for each family on 'tho same floor shall be
the rate for the floor surface occupied by such family, according to the
t Noti: The general t;ate includes water 'for general household pur
poses, but does not include any of the following specified rates:
Sr.cTioN 2. For horses, including water for trashing v'chicjes:
?or 1st horse , ,.... .3.00 .per annum
For 2d, 3d,
TtVand T)th' horseSv-.Vr.
For 0th to fiOth horse.
For 51st and above
Same rate for mules
For 1st cow.
For 2d, 3d. 4th and 5th cow,
For (ith cow and above . . . .
Section- 3. Irrigation. ' were 'confined to such four ( 4 ) hours of ti e
lay as are published from .time to timcbyithe Superintendent of Water
Works, at the rate of one-half cent per square yard per annum; no annual
charge to be less than-CA.OO ) Five Dollars.
Irrigation, where the hours are not restricted, three cents 'por square
yard "per annum; minimum charge as "aboVe.
Section 4. Stores, banks, bakeries, ofliees, warehouse's, saloons
grocers, eating-houses, barber-shops, butcher-shops', boolc-biuderips,
blacksmith-shops, confectioners, hotels, ledgirg-hou'ses, boarding'-houses,
churches, halls, , laundries, photograph galleries, printing-nlliccs, steam
engines, green-houses, markets, market-stalls, horse 'troughs), .soda
'ountams, and other places of business, 'each to be charged n'ecordmg to
the estimated quantity used. -Approved
Wo 10, 1000. .
JOHN A. McC'ANDLESS .
Supt. of Public Works.'
OR i fc'IM N'EW3
WASHixaTOK. Juno 30. The following dispr.tches woro received
tt the Navy Department relative to lha "grounding of tho Oregon:
'Gheefoo, nime 29. Secretary Navy A-nchorod yosterday
lense fog in seventeen fathoms, three fnik-3 Mu.th of How Ke Light,
3ulf of Pe (Jhili. Sent out cwo-bouts nud ouiulcd, least witer u
Ltithoms.' Wea'tlior cloar. Got, nnder uy and .struck Pinnacle
Rock. Much iMUfcr in for-vaid;i;oinniitiiiont, Perfectly mooth '
Shall charter steamer if possible .it Gheefoo and. lighten t,le
s'.ip. Rock through side of ship
19. Small holts also through bottom of ship.
. 'r; '' - . Wilde.
CHEEyoo, June 50. Secreta;fyv,isTavy Iris, gone to.assistinc of
C mmnnding Nttshvillo.
Washington-. June 3(). The
ho follo,wing cablegraip from Admiral Iomlf:
Chefoo, j lino 30. Secretary- NuT, WHshlngtoiu-Minlstors. nti
Peking wore given jv.'onty four hours to leave on tho 10th. They
refused and tiro still there. Tho Peking relief -forces got half way.
1 T-ioy v?cro attacked "by iijiferinl iroops pn tlio 18th. JicCally,
was in coriimand. Four' were killed and twenty-fivo wqunded.
McGalla and Ensign Taussig' woundJd but not soiiously. Now
over 14,000 troops ashore. ' Commander Wise commands at Torig
lu.in charge of tx-arsportntiotj vail and river. The. combined lia
t' nullifies find "it necessary to lXjako use of somo civilians to operate
r ilway "ilEMi,i'i" . I
Vr.vsr Ingtox, Jure 30.- The lal-.twinj.' cablegram has boon re
ci'V3l from United States ConsulRagsdalo at Tien-Tsin, dated the
2.T.1 inst. nt, being tho first (unnnTuuica ion rquaived from that otti
co.' in i early two weeks: I '".
. -'oijje of- Tien-Thill raise-1. 'TifoopS sent fqr tl(e voliftt of tho
ienitnns leturned. In vain. FivMin seven sopanit' battalions.
A -i -.'iran loss sre killed ,hirty -
jsteri. g.votv twenty four hours
S !) 00
1 17 00
v1. . . T. .2JD0 per annum each
. .l.J0 per annum
. . .7.) per annum
?i 50 per annum each
. 1,00 per annum ,,
, , .75 iter annum ,,
above double bottom about frairej
Navy Department ha
ljl:lir cuiHVed. '
1 to leve Peking.
On the lfth "Min
Europeans at Peking arc reported
llryalt does not wnnt Hill on the
Tf.'TTtnli i tlinturlif trt 1,., unfn f,. Afn.
TapaTr iffittoLahijf ' t 'b!g naval
force at Takui
The Boers may make a stand in the
The wife ofMark Twain died sud
denly in New Jersey.
On June 28th the Khedive visited
the Queen at Windsor.
All residents of Pretoria arc re
quired to have police passes.
Doers forces eluded the three col
umns sent to intercept them.
Six English officers and eighty
seven men were killed by Ashantis.
It is rumored that Clark of Mon
tana willgivo$l)000,000 to tho Bryan
At Chefoo about 100 have beer,
killed. The missous hltvb been des
troyed by lire.
F. R, Burnham, the Americav.
? -'iut,on Lord Roberts' staff, has
'. ?n invalided.
A Paris papor accuses Bishop Iro
.i.nd, who is visiting France, of-En-l:sh
' On June 30 Gov. Roosevelt was on
' is way west to attend tho rennioi,
the Rough Riders.
John Li. Sullivan, just out of jail
. : assaidt aWl battery, says lie will
i.-ave the liquor business.
Laborers.'in Shasta County, Cali
ornia. say tliey will light rather thar
et Japanese bo eiuployed.
It is reported from Shanghai that
giitioncrs have been sent from Pe
r,g to a Chinese St. Helena.'
Generals Dewot and Botha have a-
eedthat neither shall surrendci
nile tho other keeps lighting.
The (Canadian steamer Alpha has
settled 'will the American Govern
n.tmt and is secure from seizure.
Mayor D. S. Rose of Milwaukee
will probably be temporary chair
man of the Democratic National Con-
A new high powrjr Irolley with a
speed of a mile a minute will take
tho place of -a steam cars on a Con
Stockholm University has grantee
'ie first degree of Doctor of jlcdi
'no given to a wman in Sweden to
Vaulcln Anna Stol-ksen.
Roosovelt denoonc't's tho snapshot
'cuds who visit his place at Oyster
5ny. L. I., and oven take pic tures of
ais family while bathing.
Distinguished literary men met in
.ov.don "5uno 21)lh to celebrate the
completion ol tho Dictionary, of Brit
ish Biography. Ambassador Choate
r Filipino General Pif-'del Pilar.Con
copcion, Garcia'aud Alvarez have
been released from Imprisonment.
They took an ironclad oath of al
legiance to the United States.
Lady Randolph Churchill's be
trothed, Lieutenant Connvnllis AVest.
has recovered his bfulth and has beei
rdered to tho. front'. The wedding
lais, therefore, been postponed.
At the Italian elections thoro will
e some strange parlin.mo)itarv c'an
lates. Mascagiilj tho composer, h
nng to rim al Pesaroy and thinkf
he will bo elected. Ho intends to joir.
D'Annunzio in fonn'ng a group of
'Intellectuals" in tho Legislature.
t Fermon Jt'is proposed toputuj.
j&roiutu No'velli, tho actor.
Som'o Luther autograjih manu--.
cripts havo been discovovcxl in the
Vatican library by Prof. Fiker of,
Strasburg. TJlieivaro two commeii
ta.vll on tho Epistle to the Romans,
one on tho text and the other on the
a -nsc, aua,.v, commentariea on the
Kplstlo to- hie Hebrews They wero
written in lulij uml 1517, ihortly be-
( ro, tlw iisUing of tho .n'noty.flvo
an (6 Yctleson
4th of JULY
TELEPHONE No. 73
Goods will be delivered at Waik.ipu
Monday, Wednesday and Friday; at
IVnilinn Tl,nci1n,f Tl..,.., ,1.. .1 C-
urday; and at all houtes in Wailulm.
A. J, R0I1SM
LADIES DRESS GOODS
Gooils ilfltvcroil la Wiilhi-e, Monday. Tl,ur;
dtTly"Dd Saturdil5'! ln WnllukU una Walkupu
TJiL.El'JlONi: No. UX)
GENTS' SUITS CLEANED
Ladies' Skirts a Specialty
WMEELEU & WILSON SEWING
TJFK u'uul3STUO.M MUSIC CO.
Wheeler & Wilson, Chain
and. Lock Stitch Machims
Sold on Installment Plan.
Orders taleen for Sh m t Music;
Piano Timing 'and Repairing.
All Orders will Receive Prompt
tif& Oftico. Adjoining Iao Stabfe'4,
H. L. CHASE
Portrait and Landscape Photographer
Main Street, Wnlltiltti
from nit trains
To Hotjl direci
Telephone No. 155
AH IvEE, Pi'oihitftor
Bods 5(TCbnts i'jbi' Nifiht
MEALS 25 CENTS
1VAILUKU . .' siAUf,
Restuarant 3 Coffee Saloon
FUPCH RFATl KVFIJV HIV-
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