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;' HONS & COKE . 1
ATfOttXKYS At LAW
Tlio numinnln Life limitmscdtV,.
'Ao ftmvioh t'lra Jiisar.iticu Ob
A. N. KEPOIKAI
i' ' Attohnuy at Law
Attoiinky AT IiiW
5: uAHAlNA, . .
AtTOKNKY AT LAW
.MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
& '. -
-J. M. KANEKUA"
AtTOII:,'KV AN COUNSELLOR-
O'fllco: Occidental Udtel, corner ot Kind uud
HONOLULU, . II. I.
ATfoiiNJii at Law
Atkinson & judd
a. i.. ATitiNKux, 1 1 it :nr K. JCDI), JIl.
-' ATTOttNIiVR AT TFAW "
Onico over Dls'.irn & Cj'k bin':, cor. Mcrchnnt
uiid K.Hilmmimu HtreuU.
HONOLULU, - - 'II. .
'John weddtok, m. d.
-Physician & Suhokom
VAILUKU, . '. MAUI
f. Phvsjoi.n & SunaEos
KIHEI - - MATJIt
W. P. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician c& SbnoKON
R. J. McGETTIGAN, M. D
Physician fc Suiincos
HANA. . . MAUL
4. 'Tin r, a saiitcv
Physician & Suugeo'n
SPRECKELSVILLE. - MAUJ
-ty. RUSSELL BOOTR, D..D. S.
Dentist - '
Office, Main an'h Market
' WAILUKU, . . MAUI
R. I- LIOORKJ, D. D. S.
HONOLULU,' : . '
gUUVIJYOj! & ClYU. EvaiNEiut
."WAILUKU. . . MAUI
JAS. T. TAYLOR, v roc. c. r..
C0N5tI.iN 1 '
MM -Tndfl ntMnlf
L K. KAHCOKELE
AMCIIITKCTS & BUILDUP ',
Onieo Iiooms 2 iitul 4, Arltngtou AnuoX.
Vol. I. O. llcix ?7.
Skotrhe'vnn.l eorrect cKtlimttes
lurulsrieil ut short upticu.
Howard &. train
, AncitiTixTs i
Suito T, JfoiU'l llloefc, Tort Street
, 1 Tvlephono Siw.i
HONOLULU. . ' .
HARDY, & NAONE,
makawao . . Maui,
TELEPHONE No. ''Oil.
inder s fee
Plumbers & Pipe-Fitters
Mtitcri.il furnished for
Connection -with City
maul, 3-3. I.
Jvcry, Feed & Sale Silo
AVm. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMEBS
HANS AJIUNHSAN, i'lior.
AT ALL liOURS
Vineyard Street, "Wailuku, Maui
Telephone No. 235
0 I ADLFjiO
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Baggies and Saddle Horses
ON SIlOHT 'NOTICn
Opp. Iao Saloon, AVailuku, Muu
XBK TAI, Vmp.
BEEF and PORK-
Delivored daily in "Wailuku,
Waiheo anil Kalrului
.TELGPIIOMB No. l-t
Jliirlmt Street, opp. Sa'oon,
WAILUKU, - - J'AUI
Neat Pit Guai'tinteetl c
Bestuaraiit-3 Coffee Saloon
FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. I., SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1900
Wailtiku in"d Kahuffl Water Work
Skc'tic.v 1; For buildings occupied
ouiiuvu iUL iiu-Jiiuiny open porcnos;: '
' 8 00
!) 00 ;-'
' 10 00
12 00 !
14 ()(( '
15 00 ,
17 00, "',
0 to 80(1
800 to !)()()
000 to 1(100
1000 to 1200'
1200 to 1400
1400 to ICOO
KiOO to 1S0O'
1S00 to '2000
2000 to 2500
2r),00 to H000
:iooo to :-;.-)00
ii.'iOO to 4000
For all hourfes one story in" heisrht.
Ihousand square foot, there shall be
five hundred square' feci or fraction
dollar for each additional story.
For all houses of more than two
to the abovo table rate one dollar for
AVhere a house or building is occupied by ir.oro than one family tin
general rate for euelf additional family shall bo three-quarters ( i ) o'
'the forcoin; rates, e:ccept where two or more families occupy the stunt
floor, in which case the rate-for each-fuinHjfVou the same floor shah !
the rate for the floor surface occupied by c'uch' family, according to i" ,
foregoing table. s - . - .
iNcti: The general rate inqiutjes water for general housohold . r
peses, but does not "include, any of the following specified rates:
Skction 2. For hordes, ii.cluding
For 1st Loivse
PJr -2d, 3d, '4thand -5th rtiqrse,,, i.s. , .'t'vrr-'.-OO peiMinmnVfcaeh
For (!th tp 50th horse.
For 51st and abovo
Same rate for 'mules
For 1st cow '.
For 2d, lid, 4th and 5th cow
t)or (ith cow and- above
Suction II. Irrigation. ? wiinrn mmfiiwii'in .n.v. r .1 u, ..r i.
0 ... u....,.,u .. ui, iui y -1 j mini n Ul 1 1 IV
day as are published froi.'f time to time bv the Superinlendent of WaU r
t (ii ks, ji me rate oi ono iiait cent per square yard per annum; no anm 1
charge to be less the.L' ( 5.00 ) Five Dollars.
Irrigation, where "Vne hours ai'e not
vard per annum; minimum charge as
Section 4. Stores, bankr. bakeries, otliees. wn.i'c1'.n:in anlnm-c
grocers, eating-houses, barber-bhops, butcher-sliops, book-binderies,
blacksmith-shops, confectioners, hotels, lodging-houses, boarding-houses,
churches, halls,' laundries, photograph galleries, printing-nllices, steam
engines, green-houses, markets, market-stalls, horso trou'glfoj soda
fountains, and other places of business, each to be charged accordiii"' to
ui" c-Miiuuuuii quiiuiiiy USCU.
Approved June 10, 1000.
The Worst Feaieda .
Lonox, July 1!! 1:10 A. M. A terrible, veil of sulmioo mislirnnd -
Poking, iind there is nobody- but
11 its taicon loi-'grimted tliat.sll the-pftWors have exhausted ovorj
means to get direct news from' their legations, and the fact that
their eltorts lmvo been 111 vain leaves but one interpretation.
, Legations Attacked.
London, July III. The Shanghai corrosnoiidoni of thn Dailv
Mail says the following story
omantilfft from Chinese officml sources: "Tim iavy vriiVinliiiiiVr io.i.
1 1 ; ;-to -"o"
turns, the Jidtish and Knasitin, wore attaclcotl in l'orc.e on tlio oven,
ing of, July GtU. Prince 'Jinan being 'iii' connnand. Tho attacken
were divided. . Prince Ttian commanded iho onntnv. tbn viht wim
was led -by Prince Tsau Yin and
resonves -voiVj under Prince Tsin
The u ,tti':k commenced witli
irovo and lasted until 7 o'clock
both 16gai:ms wero destroyed and till tho foreigners wore dead,
while' iho street s around the legtitions were full of the (load bodies
0! both foreigners u.'d Chinese.
:NkY Ygkk. July 12. A -chlo tf tho Sun from Paris snvs- rIl
Pn-eign Otlico has received n dispatch from Ttiku, statin? "that tlic
Almirals lnivfe Uccided that H0,(Jt)0 troops will bnecessary for t n
advancs on Poking. , .
KiHfcisS-i Reverses iMrica,
Loicnrv. .Tiilv 15. Lord T?i)brvt vonAvts In thn Wnv .
j ' r" - -
tin' date if Pretoria, July 12th,
:iled in tloir attack upon our right rivyl". as mentioned in - j
t ilegram ol July yth, made a determined! at tad: wm our ii-- t
link yetteriluy, and, I regret
hf a s'ingle fatiiilv, covorlnt a "routid
S ! 00
ir oo v
' 20 00
eoverinn: AtvpnAb m-iv, r
added ondnlhu- fm.-r.n,.!, .i,i;; i
- v.vi uvi I IWlUvJ
tlir roof, and the further suin of one
stories ih hf.ioliMl.n,-,, vi,,iiiL
water, for washing Vehicles. .
M.on nor ni Hum -
. , . 1; ()(( per annum
.75 per annum
""... Sl.ftl) per annum each
... v.- . l.-(1() per annum ,,
..v. -.75 aer unnuin ,,
restricted, three cents r.er s.im n
JOHN A. McC AND LESS
Supt. of Public Works.
believes the worst has .happened.
regarding llw ifosiUoir in' Peking
tho left by Prince Yin Lin. Ti n
artillery fi-'hiin'' whifdi ,
in tho morniiiL'. bv v.diioli Kr.-r
- Milieu ti
us follows: '-The enemy, lav' .r
to say, succeeded in capturi g
OhiuosG ofHciuls lire doing tlicit
best to preserve order iu tlio Ynng-
The steamer Rosocrai k on route
to Nome, lost half hyr cargo among1
tnc ice lloos.
- iwuiuiiiuiun - ixoWimVFlnlllWWl - 'gpiP'
yon ana an cities near the Ecquado
1.' 1 unco will CO.mrUJS a.l nin i:it
building in "Washingto.i at a cot of
Cholera has aiioearcd in cevnw oii-
demic form at Kohat.twenty-fivo mile
south Teshawab, India.
Tlio Government has sund ill.
Southern Paciiic for unlawful dis
crimination in sug.ir shipments.
The Porte promises America a
speedy answer and says' it has never
denied tne validity of our claim.
The National Educational Assofin..
tion met at Charleston, S. C. Three
thousand delegates were present.
Henry C. Payne will do most, ni
the Republican eanmairn -iiinrnKr,..
monl," Senator Ilanna's health
In a spoeoh at CiiieaL'o foi-mr
Secretary of State Day said Spain
was undeniably responsible for the
The Department of State has is-
M:ed a circular saying that the Uni
ted States will not assist in dividing
the Chinese Emp ire
.iiuucuiiraui uiu a rei:cu ileot u.
the English channel has Iq.I the Drit
ish Admiralty to suspend all fur
loughs from the Chaunel and Resev.'t
T.ia Pacific Mail Steamship Com -pany
and the Oceania Steamship
Co upany lmvo been bonded to carry
iippraised mercliandise between San
J i-anciseo and Honolulu.
The Treasury 'Department lias re
ceived a telegram from linutinnni
t 11. . TV , .. . .
Jarvisofthe revenue cutter service
siiymg.tlmt had been twenty cases r r
fcinnllpo-x'toMuh at Cane Nome, and
salting tor meoical offices and supplies.
In Juno was laid in Messrs. liar
l.ml and "Wolff's shipbuilding yard,
lieirast, the keel of a now express
steamer for the "White Star Line, whin
will exceed the dimensions in every
way the largest vessel afloat. lho
The War.Offioo has issued anotl.ei
casualty lisV'Vom South Africa, show
ing that the ,wcek ending July 7tli,
.there were killed, wounded or cap
tured 15 officers and TS0 men; acci
dental deaths, 2 men: died of disease,
1 officer and 149 men; invalided horns
72 officers and 1,300 men. The total
casualties as a result of the war are
US, 188 officers and men.
The Kaiser in-a speh made at
the launching of a battle ship said:
"Tho German people did not con
quer and shed blood thirty years ago
inordor.to bo thrust aside when
.great foreign problems arc. 'being
settled. Jf that'happeus tl.rn the
position of the Gorman Emnlre as a
world power would be at an end; 1
um not inclined to allow matters to
reach stfch a pass, j'ffs, thf 'Emp
eror's duty and hlghtcst urn il'fe to
employ suitable and oven t! sharp.
st methods to prevent it.
According to a Che Foo dispntel
he fighting around Tien-Tsen on tin
Jrd and 4th was the severest yet ex
perienced. The lirltish cnsimlti.ic
voro thirty or forty killed or wound
vl. The Chinese had .'15,000 men n'.
t scltiugsiinultandeously from thei.crt
1 10, oast and wost,andm vie excelling
practice vjithover 00 gun.,. The del
.fenders nuiubeted 14000, wih set ut
supplies, and ii was, Only presence of
tlio newly arrived Japanese and Uus
siau ;nnt. thut prev mtcd disaster. On
Kussam company of Kfiuury, mumbor
rin.? 120 mon,hadll2killl or woiuid
od. The Gorman con tin front u, r.
for id heavily. By tin, uv 0 the
4 th the situ it ion was vervr-i-i ir-.i
The allies narrowly oseiped Lta! do
uat. P.'oVuleiitLliy, ..viu-n thirgs
cro at tueir worst a torreniiul raju-
lofiiiaii (fe Yetlescu
NEW GOODS!! .
big stock o? goods o
all kinds personally
wcjcuztu cy out"1 mi
v. ! K a o n
Copte ai:;3 sec cup
Steel Ranges? Blue
Etc., Etc, . Etc.
TlXLtiPHONE rVo. 7S
Goods will l:o di'Hvirffl ;it T.,il.o,M,
Alondav. Wodm x):)v nn1 Ti1,-;,!,,,,; t
Waihee Tuetiday, Tinirhdv and Sat
urday; and at all hours' in" "Wailuku.
auu i mu 0
LADIES DKLSS GOODS
AND T1UMMINGS - "
OooJfiU'lIvrnvl In Wr,'lin, Mcuilnv, Thui -1
v iiud S:vturO.,.v; Iu Ws.tlultu iiml Wiil',ni u
TELEPHONE No. ltd
GENTS' SUITS CLEANED
Ladies' Skirts a Specinity
WHEELEli Cf WILSON SEWING
thu ijkiu:tkIm .music co.
' Wheeler & Wilson. Chain
and Lock Stitch Machines
Sold on Installment Plan.
Orders taken for Sheet Music;
fiano 'i uning and Kenairinir.
All Orders will Kecoivo Prompt
Ofiice Adjoining Iao Stables.
51. L. CE-JAS5
Portrait and Landscape Ph&tagrapl.ef
from r'l irttni!
To 5i'6tel tirrec't.
Telemio.m: No. 155
AH lvLE, Parietal-
Bails SO Centos pui Nlhi
MCALS2G CFNT5 '