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WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H., SATURDAY, AUGUSTJ1, 1900
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E, PROFESSIONAL CARDS
iHONS & COKE
Attounets at LAW
Tho Ocrraniii.i WIo Insuranco pi.
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Attorney at Law
J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellor
Offlcc: Occidental Hoti-l, Corner of King und
.Chas. oreighton .
Attorney at Law
. K. KAHOOKELE
THE JELLY-FISH! NATION.
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Tlio following extract from a poem published by .Toss Cltinulunjo'ss comr s
and the rest of tho world that we feci justifijHliii offering it tp our rosulorsv
so near interpreting the true attitude of tjw cclestluis toward themselves
all Classes of Builjdngs.
WAILUKU, . . MAUI.
Whore the .Rulers reel; nought of their Country and tho Country rcckr,
nought' of itself; "xa
Wl o: m each takes no thought of the othorfjnnu the Government key-word
is roil"; ,
Where, down through their prejudiced yOS&, tlioy'rc taught (and herein
.lies their fate-) fSBSL
'-n fA wl Hrltt 1111 tr lift 4-MisT Irnmiimi mm IiMU.f iIyKhihi . i il nnti 11 rv . Iint'n
Yet the items that make up this nivtkm.nre men with grand traits "of their
And their faults aro faults that are taught 'em, and the blame is their
Leaders' alone. "
When the Chinaman shakes ell his country, no matter what country he
He expands and there's no one can stop him He gains his competitors
You may tax, and rc-tax, and poll-tax him; you may pour out now laws on
But while those that tax him are starving he's housed and he's clothed
and bo's fed;
And bidden somewhere in his hovel is a hoard that grows steadily more,
Till your wealth has been sapped to enrich him, anil he's rich, inasmuch as
Still, all this is proof of his value. If he didn't go scouring the foam;
Wore his energies used for ms country by his Rulers that cramp him at
Were his 'go' made a State monopoly and his 'push' conserved with care,
There's material for making a Nation preventable anywhere.
Yes; give thesevpoor Devils the Leaders, to open their close J-up mind;
To give them a hand , who have struggled so long so helplessly blind.
Give them the chance at home that they find for themselves elsewhere,
And the Star of the Jelly-fidi nation 'mid others would shino a's fair.
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ROOMS 302, 202, 20.1 Judd Bulldlrlfi
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jYoiy. Feed & Si Stable
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Preparation for War,
London, July 27. The Shabghai correspondent of the London Telegraph,
telegraphing yesterday says:
'"Trade in Shanghai is so paralyzed that tho customs rovenuo will not
suffice .to secure the" payment of the nbxtstalVment'ort'.w farcies loan. ,
iVoauvniie active preparation m ttie -angtse region tor war a,re in
progress not for war against the rebels, but against the foreign powers.
Junk loads of Chinese soldiers and Boxers disguise an coolies arc "arriving
daily. The Arsenal is full of arms and supplies arc constantly coming in.
The Nanking and Wuchang garrisons are being constantly reinforced, and
the. vi eorys admit that they cannot much longer withstand the pressure
brought to bear byShung and Li Hung Chang upon them to join their forces
with Prince Tuan. ' u
''It is hoped that the'arrival of Admiral Seymour may stiffen the backs
of .he foreign viceroys and restore the security of the port. , - iu
'Two English missionary Jadies, Miss Whitchurch and'MUs Suit roll, have?
been murdered e.t Hsiaoi, in J,ho Province Shansl. Massacres ,aro also re
ported from Tai-Yuaii and Paotingfu." ,
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HANA,' , . MAUI
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Sadtli$ Horses
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Cavv'mdos meet Stejimep
Opp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Main
Dr. l. a. sabey
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RPRECKELS VILLE, - MAUI
W. RUSSELL BOOTE. D, D, S.
Office, Main and Market
WAILUKU. . . MAUI
Surveyor & Civil Esoineer
WAILUKU. . . MAUI
JAS. T. TAYLOR, m. a. goo. c. k.
It is c ' .lined that the mother lode
of,thc -L'nulikc mining district has
been diss: n'ered,
"Thero is alarm in England at. tho
immeiisuinoiint of eoal being shipped
from Great Britain to France, .
Tho I i:,)crial Chinese Governtnont
i3 unable longer to conceal the fact
that it L preparing for war against
tho uivilLed world.
The.-Pretoria, tlie'largest wooden
on Lake Michigan, She will carry
17000 bushels of wheat,
W. W.Rockhill has been appointed
a special commissioner from the Uni
ted State , to go to China to investi
gate anc. report on tho situation.
Admirul Keniff makes a manly and
successful defense of his action in
refusing to join in taking possession
of tho Imperial railway and the Taku
Chinese gunboats infest tho chan
nel at the back iof Shameen. Eight
een Chinese gunboats lie below the
ImpcrialGovernmont wharf awaiting
The Colombian government will
have to answer to Great Britain for
tho death from bad treatment in
jail of Hcgmalu Jfaris, a political
Tho Ki-uzc Zeitung asserts that
he present difllculties in tho way
of a united advance upon Peking
aro cvpn greajcr ( that tho military
It is reported from Tiejits.cn that
tho Chinese tire concentrating
tho village of Gotsang, ten miles
north of Tiontscn, where largo quan
tities of rice aro stored.
Tl.ef-e is not a missionary or busi1
ncss man lofiin the interior iof China,
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Massacre to be Concealed." '
London, July 27. Tho Daily Mail publishes thia'tligp.atch from its special
"Sii vnoiiai, July 20. The proposal made by tho phlneso Government to
tho American Consul, through Tnotai Shcng, thiit hostilities against the
Chinese should cease upon condition that tho foreign Ministers woro sent
under escort to Tientsin, appears to bo part of it deep-laid plan to conceal
the date of tho massacre and tho duplicity of oilJpiaN who, being in possec
sion of tho news, suppressed it. Tho story will bfi that tho Ministers all left
Peking under a stiong escort, but were tot upon by a mob of Boxers. We
shall bo told that, although the Chinese sokl'.erfs fought bravely, they were
overcome and all Wore massacred."
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Reported Japanese Victory?
LoNiioN', JuljL The- Daily Telbjjrnph Publishes the following from its
"Tokio, July 27. It is reported that on tho "2nd instant, a' Japanese
forco of 15;000;suceo?ded in landing at Sh'.tnhaikwan, and gained a great vie
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Massacre at Mukden.
London July 27, 4:30 A. M. Tho Shanghai correspondent of the Daily
Mail, describing the massacre at Mukden, says:
'Tho Bishop had armed 201) converts to defend the Cathedral and a body
of Chinese troops had been sent to dofend the converts', but the soldiers woro
leagued with tho Boxers. While tho Christians woro holding u service th
signal was given, and tho soldiers and Boxers surrounded and set firo to
the church, putting tho escaping worshipers to the sword. The Bishop wa
captured and taken to tho Viceroy's yamen, where ho was diabolically tor
tared und decapitated. His head now hangs in front uf tho ytimen.
London, July 2(5. Lord Roberts reports to tho War Office to-day that
General Archibald Huntor's command was heavily engaged on July 2 i and 2i
in the hills south of Bethlehem. Tho Boers compelled the British to retire
from their position, with about lifty casualties.
.Soys They are Alive.
London, July 2(i, The Shunghai correspondent of the Daily Tolograpl
telegraphing yesterday says:
'Li Hung Ohailg now states that somo mcinbors o'f tho legation have nl-
ready loft Poking and may bt- expected shortly, JIo is Loeoming. angry at
the skepticisms of the consuls; The imprqssion is gaining ground that the
Ministers of tho powers to whom China ha3 applied for mediation may be
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nil having either hit in Ahasts upon
calls unit out by tho consuls or else
avin;,- fallen victifr.3 to tho Boxers.
Colonel Armatoff, cf tho Russian
General Sttiif. a'well known traveller,
as' been orttered to proccpd to
Kwang-Tung and .hen place himself
at thcjiifeiKibiil of the Covprnor of
Col, ihnrland. under instructions
frotn Col, Willcccks, attacked a in rge
war caurp at Kokofii, Ashantce,
captured rncl destroyed it and cap
tured a largo amount of arms audi
Tho Korean government has pro
tested against the presefneo of the
Russian refugees at Wiju, anO the
Russian government has agreed to
emove f.ent to Port Arthur with
MeArt!.ur cables tho establishment
of ai'-otlie;' municipality in the Philip
pines, nt Vigan on the northwest
coast of Luzon, under the terms
laid down by the Philippine Com
Cuba i . likely to become a nomi
nally independent republic, with
certain reservations which will make
the island a self governing colony of
the United States within six or
In the opinion of .the Russian
General Staff, tho protective force
on the railway between Charbln and
Tillien must bo in a critical position,
as no definite news from there has
"While no proclamation has .been
issued declaring tho Filipinos in
arms to bo outlaws, tho American
troops are practicing in spots in tho
Philinnh"os a policy besido which
bandit law is a tame affair.
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Tlio Italian bishop and three
priests at Hen Sing Fu, southern
Iluan, were murdored by tho Chinese,
after revolting torturo, on July 4
Six hunlred converts were mas
sacred, after being subject tn hideous
After a desperate all-night battlo
between tho government troops and
the revolutionists at Panama, m
which tho loss on both sides was
terrific, and in which tho rcvolu
tionists suffered defeat, a treaty of
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