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WAILUKU, MAUI, T H.-SATUgDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, J 900
, MAUI JNJL W b
Hons & coke
Attoiinkys at Law
T. K. KAHOOKBLB
Thn normillllll Lift, Insurance Co.
TUo Uruimwlch Klru Iusuruuce Co
,N. KEPOIKAI ,
MAUI BEARDSLEE & PAGE
AuCHITECTH & BUILllEHG
Ontco Rooms 2 uud -I, Arlington Amicx.
Tel. sai; I". O. Uox TTb.
Attoknky at Law'
Sketches nud correct estlmateH
lurnlslu'il at short notice.
!420 Fort St Honolulu
Attorney at Lav
Howard & train
Suttu 7, Mnilel Blocl?, Fort Street
Attohn'ky at Law'
MAKAWAO, . MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and cousellob
Omco: Occluuutiil Hotel, corner of KJus und.
tmvnrmvn. . H. I.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
HARDY, & NAONE,
MAKAWAO . . MAUI.
tki.ei'honk No. so::.
R. C. SEARLE
Fou Tin: District of
We sell cheaoer than any other
Hoffman & Meson
big stock of geed of
all kinds personally
s elected -Jby puiAlt
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mail address Afo!EiKEGAL5 ORYCCOOS A8SGC4TIO BO-0
town, Toe reason is; we sen top resn ana we
dhiiv fap csBsh. WRITF FOR SAMPL58 and see
Come and see oup
Steel Ranges, Blue
Etc Btc Etc
Maui, T. II.
TELtPHON!2 No. 75
G roils w ill be ill livercil at Waikaini
Monday, Wwlni'sdny and Friday; at-
Waihi'c Tucfcday. Tliur.sday and Sat
unlay, and at all hours in ailului, ,,
Green & crowell
Contractors & Builders
contlicthiL' interests in
Atkinson & judd
a. u atkinson, ai.b2ht 1 jih, jh.
Attokneys at Law
nil Classes of Builidngs.
.r-" " ,:f,nnm,i streets.
Davis & gear
Attouneys CouNSKLums at Law
Practice lQ U the Courts of Urn
Territory otliilSuli niul lu the Federal Courts.
nnnMSSOa. 202, 203 Judd Bulldlnft
iivcry. Feed & Sale Stable
Wm. GOODNESS, Prop.
Eig War Browing.
CiunAfio, August SI. General Miles regards it as quito possible that a
,'enei al conflict of the powers may result from the
'I don't believe that the acute stage of the" Chinese crisis has passed."
said the general. "Il:eliive that the it isliosMb'.e th.at the conflicting nv
tercsts of the powers will yet bring on a general conllict, which will involve
11 the civilized powers in the greatest war of modern times. The danger
arises from the chance that some of ilic powers will attempt the dismcmber-
innni nf tim riiihn Liimirn. Tf tin' United States and luiss a succeed m SUCLTfc&Or
MAUI acting in harmony along the lines of the reported agreement proposed oleeted.
between them it may result in a peaceful outcome from the present situa- All grades of sugar were advanced
tion. hve cents u hunureu.iiounus.on Aug.
Tlie Supreme Lodge. Kniylits of
Pylhias, will meet at San Franciscc.
Glasoow. (Scotland), August 3(1. Eleven persons are now sullermg liext year.
from bubonic plague here and live others have symptoms 01 tnc piague. rj,10 .jjpndccino (Cal.) mud vol-
llichnrd Crol.tr Lets S20.0C0
Bryan will win.
A new cable connects Germany and
the United States.
Tl e; Alabama easily made seven
teen Lr.ots without driving.
Twuity-eight todies l.ave been
washed ashore at Cape Nome.
It may bo some months before a
to C. P. Huntington is
LADIES DRESS GOODS
Bubonic Plague Ut Glasgow
John weddick, m. d.
Physician & Sunaroh
WAILUKU, . MAUI
Physician & Suuoeon
KIHEI - - - MAUIr
W. F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
ON SHORT NOTICE
cniKKsarc again active ami meir
roar can be heard eight miles.
A negro assassin at Cheneyville,
fa.. wanted to Lang himself, but the
mob iefun-il and lynclicd him.
Bisl.op Morelaud of Sacramento is
-Washinton, August ill The following cablegram was today received b
the Marino Hospital Service:
'Glasoow, August. 31. The local Board of Health declares Glasgow m
fected with plague. Eleven cases and one suspicious cute in the hospital
Glasoow, Scotland, Sept. 1. The health ofllcer has issued u notification
'CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS to the effect that another plague suspect was admitted to the hospital this going to Porto Rico to establish the
morning. There arc now eighty-three persons under observation neces- Episcopal church m that island.
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si tating tuc operating oi a seconu iccupwuu isuuhu. uume m 'ul Krr-er and his chief ollieers arc at
afllictcd with the disease are im-proving. pK,-,.nit civfv,nilr. f.-nm thoPni-tn.
gueii border on tho line of the rail
Lieutenant Commander John A.
Shearman, U.S. N., is dead. He
made a reputation as a senior watch
ofllcer of the Ninsic during the
Saim an hurricane of March hi, 188!).
Shearman was the last man to leave
the t lip, and rescued many lives.
Tod" Sloan, tho jockey, has
boar Lt two horses, They are Lady
Oeoils ilrltvvrril lu Walliee. Mondnv. Thuisl
diiy r.ml Sutuiduy; lu Wulluku uml Walltnpl
TELKrilONB Np. 1U)
HANS AMUNDSAN, I'lior.
R. j. McGETTIGAN, M . D
Physician & Suiweon
Hacks and Saddle Horses
Telephone No. 23b
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTICE
Glasoow. Sept. 2. Another death supposed to be bubonic plague oc
curred hero todav. Ninetv-thrce cases of the disease arc now under
GENTS' SUITS CLEANED
Ladies' Skirts fi Specialty,
Hon. Arthur, Sowall Dead.
Bath. Mi:., Sept. 3. Hon.'ArlLur Suwali deid of apoplexy at 8:30 a. m.
today at his summer hcine, hn all Point, aLout twelve miles from this city.
He was (11 vears of age.
For many years ho was Maine's representative or. tho Democi-atic Na
tional Committee, and in ISM! he was made the choice of his party for Vice
WHEELER & WILSON SEWJNttl
TllK UKKCSTnOSI MUSIC CO.
Wheeler & Wilson, Chainl
and Look Stitch Mucin n.i
Sold on Installment Plan!
DR. L. A. SABEY
Physician & Suuoeon
SPRECKELSVILLE, - MAUI
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Mr. Sewall is survived by two sous, Harold M. Sewall, who MU " uu.-, m, u.
SfS5,-B,i Kvilm R,u-,, n.i At Untenii. nil WHllnm D. S.-wi.lL who P 10 victory at oueopsucuu uay
ism-busincssatBalh. in a reint race, and Longshoreinan, 0nl(rs takon for Sheet Muriel
,.'.".1 a two-year-old. The total price was piuno Tuning and RepairiniJ
f'&m. Garrison yas Relieved.
.'tHAi'v. Town. Sent. 5. The siee of Ladvbrand has been raised after A lot has been discovered to burn
Carriages meet SteamCPS ,Briish troops. The Boers who attacked Ladybrand are estimated to strei ts as unsafe after nightfall.
TKLEnioNi: ko. ' have numbered over 2000 men. The lately missing transport Cali-
' AV .. , ," .Tlio burghers twice tried to rush the Briti.-h position. Probably the ap- forniau, put into Guam disabled.
Opp. Iao Saloon,
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W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D S.
Office, Main and Maiiket
1AONC TUCK. ' ,
Murkct Strrut, opp. Saloon.
WAILUKU, - ,', SjfAUI
Neat Fit Guulantccd,,',,''
according to Shaghai advices by Li Hung Chang, in which tho- latter
quoted as saying:
"Our St. Pcterburg Minister has persuaded Russia to leave Peking.
You arc useless If you cannot per&uade rmglaiul.
$14,000. The horses will be shipped An 0rtlcVS wiU Receive Proj3
to England. Attention. lm
s ocen uiscovorcu to ourn 0ffice Adjoining Iuo S.ttthlcs!
H. L. CHASE
Portrait and Landscape Photographer
ISLAND VIEWS W
Vlr. Street. WoUul-cu
Tl.o plan to make Li Huug a vir
tual prisoner was opposed by Rus-
Britons Urged to Accept Withdrawal. sia and the United States.
London, Sept, a. The Chinese .uinbtcr here, blr Uliili ivinn uoieng L,un, British comment is cenerallv
admits tho correctness in a general sense of tho cable mcssago sent to him, unfilVorable to the Russo-Amcrican
plun to withdraw from Pekiiur and
let tlie imperial family return.
The looting at Peking proceeds
industriously and openly. The oili-
cers of every nation except Ameri
cans ignore the order against looting.
General Gasclce, tho British com-
Acco.pt vitli Condition.
UWiinrant n f.nffpp. Shlnnn
lWJiiuiu, rt wv.--. - , m. ii,.!,':,.,!.-,,,,!,! ..1
invitation he addressed to former President G rover Cleveland to accept an liiauder with the allies, has counter
appointment as a member of The Haguo .commission; Mr. Cleveland's manded his order summoning more
FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY
from all trains
reply will not be made public, but it Js understand that he has attached trcops to the north, and it is prob
certain conditions to his acceptance. Former President Harrison agreed able the British troops will go to
to act as commissioner, in a letter just received .it the White House. Amoy.
Two additional cominUifiniiers will be appointed by tho President. A n,om.,i ,m-v,moni jhv
Former Seeretray of State Olney and former Secretary of State Day are Umt Russiu ,s h r thousnndg ()f
To Hotel dinccj
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K WAILUKU. . . MAUI
W? PHOTOGRAPHIC Co. raomionra inraini'i'iion mm im- ajiiHuuiuu-ui!). Cossacks from the north into Man-
!& Ht;" TaK 'P TAYLdlM Am.snf.n.11 I limited. ' . , churia. and renort savs no human
E.-.K' ' mott-smith block. Tfc J -tH M A ITU liTrJMC soil! ifi hoiiiT Kimrpd. mid n wiiln.nnon 1
lonutrly Wulluku Hoti
AH KEE, Proprietor--
Beds 50 Cents