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ArrditNKYS at Law
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Arronxny at Law
Arror.Nr.Y at Lav
, Attou-vky at Law
-MAKAWAO, . '. MAUI
attorney and counsellor
OlUc; O-vjMciitiil Hotel, ccrnor or KlUE lia'd
'Jfe'- ATTORNEY AT LAW
Atkinson & .tudd
A. L...VTKISSOS, ALHEIIT Y. JUD1), Jll'.
Attorneys at Law
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uuu lim'.uuraiiuu strums.
I Davis & gear
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELLORS AT LAW
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Tjrrltory of lUwi.ii nuil lu the Federal Courts.
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HONOLULU, - - T. H.
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WA1LUKU, . . MAUI
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Physician & Suuoeon
V; P. McCONKEY, M. D;
Physician Sc SanoKON
PAlA, . , . MAUI
R.'JMcGETTIGAN, M. D
Ph'yVio'ian & Suuoeon
"DR. L. A. SA13EY
Physician & Suboeon
'SPRECKELSVILLE, -- MAUI
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MAICAWAO . . MAUI.
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WAILUICU, . . MAUI.
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, Feed A Sale' Stable
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ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUNDSVN, Tltof.
Hacks and Saddle Horses
AT ALL HOURS
Vineyard Street, Wniiuku, Maui
Telephones IS"o. 235
JOHN Wo'REGO, Prop. i
Carriages, Bn'ggbs -and Saddle :iforses.
ON SIIOKT h'iTlC'E
dp'p. Tao Sa'loon, Wrflluku, I'aui!
MCHANT TAlLO i
. . lurkct Street, orp.Sunlon,
Restuarant Coffee Saloon1
FRESH ilfSEAD EVERV.HaT
WAILUICU, MAUI, T H.,SAURDAY, OCTOBER 6,
Cotton v an',
, MAIL ADREC
i: . : , 1
Only OuGjYwis Killed.
Shenandoah. Pa., Sept. 22. It develops this morning that only one
person, Mike Yuekavajje., was killed
hero Annio Rogers, the little firl
death, recovered consciousness some
the back of the neck and is today in a
Edward Clark, who was shot betaw
bullet has been extraeled and' ho is
the street to take his children out of
-'jL'ho collicrier, will!rosumenvorlcloiulaproyjtlud,a..sutheleni.iujubuf.
hands is obtained. It is behoved that most o; them will be able' to work
II Ainiisiirnn. (Pa), September 21. Three rc;;ime;ils of infantry, a bat
tery and a troops of cavalry were ordered out at midnight by Governor
Stone to aasist'Shcnil' Toole, in main1 ainiug order in the Sehuykill region.
Remoy'i; Report Of PcL-Tung.
Washington, Sept. 22. The Navy Department bus received the following
cablegram from Admiral Reniey: -
"Taku, Sept. 21. Secretary of Navy,- AVuhingtou. . Force of Russians,
Germans and Austriaiis advanced on Pet-tang forts las.l night. Fire open
nl by Chinese and kept up all night at intervals.' Forts evacuated at 1)
this morning. Europeans hoisted their colors over forts at 11. Twenty
Ivo Russians and Germans reported bh.iyn up by mine. Infoi ination from
Tomniandcr Wise who followed troops into forts, only live Chinese killed.
Loss Of Life 12,000. v
Galveston, Tex., Sept 10. Governor Sayorb tonigh't. 'gave out the follow
ing signed statement:
"The loss of life sustained by the storm in Galveston , and elsewhero on
the southeru coast cannot bo less than 12,01)0 'ivies, while tho- lorfs of prop
erty will probably agreatc S2(),()00,()(lt.
Loxdox, September 21.v '"Authentic
says the Moscow correspondent, of t'.ie" Stahd;ird, "of a horrible massacre
at Blairavetlchensk, which was uuuoubtullv carried out under direct orders
from the Russian authirities, ajjd vllchUhoti'le't loose the tide of slaughter
"Tho entire Chinese papulatMti ''f-SOliO was e.-cort'ed out of town to a
ftpot live miles un,tho Amoor and then,
Jred to the river bank, was ordered to
boats were provided, and Hie river
flung alivo into the stream ami woro
while Russian volunteers, who liiul the haul;, clubbed or shot any who
attempted to land. Not one' escaped alive, k The iiver ba'i(k for miles was
strewn 'ti'ith 'corpses." v
Germans &Jhoot Prisoners.
New Yomc, Septenibor 21. A cable to the Journal 'from Chefoo, dated,
September 20th (via Shanghai, September 21st), soj'sJ; Tho battle ofj
iiangnsiang, on aopieinuer urn, was inariceti oy tnct startling way tnc
German soldiers carried out tho Emperor's order tooxact ''exeinplnry
punishment and vengeanco." During tho light they had taken ISO prison
ers, who, after the battle, Were stood up in a row and sht.
London, Sopt. 22. 4 A, M.--Tho
to confirm the suspicions in Slulrnul regarding his close relations with'
Russia. About 4000 Russian trollps and all tho 'principal Russian oflicirsf
mot him at Chung Liang Chen, half way to Tientsin. A long eonfere; co
was held, at which a representative of no other power was present. Thi.-j
remarkable friendship exists at n Ci ne when two continents ure ringing1
with the story of massacres by the Russians in Amoor, f
Li Hung Chang, nceording to Shanghai dwpatehes, assumed tho seals
of tho vlcqroyalty of C?hi-li yesterday. His ollicers are busy raising SO'IO;
foreign drilled men and well-armed men who are nJw encamped at a point:
near and will soon move -t j Tientsin.
sad- tfie llffiSW!
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H1TE HOUSE - .
; 4;0 Fort St HonoluEu
.75 ' l.W) TM
27i)0 li.CO pair
ii clics 11) yd. pieces lj7o() pe.
.Hi els. 1.00 l.f)0 2.011
uiii-ii Hiii'i. 1 in' el . o .).nii , .jt.liw .tni iieaeu
Lable Linen t. it ei.es tviile .75 .85 1.00 1.25 a V"L
AA4.'ka U)i lT5o" 1.75 27ml 2.5!) doa-u
Shuutiiig 10.4 ,2"5.27T""Th) .05 a yai
AMERICAN DBY GOODS A
outright in last oveniny's shooting
who it was supposed, was shot to
hours after the bullet struck her in
fair way of ultimately setting well. .
the hoarl, has n ehanve for life. The
uiip roving today, Ho had gone into
the way and lu this ' manner received
accounts have been received here,"'j
being led in batches of a few hur.
crass over In the Chinese side. No
is a mile wide. The Chinese were
stubbed 'fir shot at the least resistance'
manner of Earl LPs reception seems!
Hubonie plagiiQ continues at C!r
Russia may demand $100,000,000
Tlio Southern Pacific will not abaiv
Minister Conger favors the contin
ued occupation of Pekin"
not accept jjuuslo p
plan or settlement in China.
There is an increase of insurgent
aggression in the Philippines.
Tho American quartermaster at
Take, is buying 10,000 tons of will.
The Transvaal war is the para
mount issue in the Uritish elections.
There are 1,000 bodies yet to be
taken out of the ruins at Galveston'.
The southeru viceroys are resisting
the Peking influence against forch'i"
ers. Thero lire Indication that tl.e Rus
sian troops will not be 'recalled from
Tho Pennsylvania miners are
w;..vering, and many propose to go
bue:c to work.
Jh-itishers in the Far East want a
st.-onger man that Sir Ernest Satov
as Minister to China.
Hundreds of Boers have lied into
Portuguese territory, and tho Trans
va.,1 army is badly scattered.
Li Hung Chang ha:j given oul the
na ..eh or several high mandarins sai I
to be responsive for the Peking out
Tl o .whole Pennsylvania nrtVtia,
eoitiprising.onie veteran regK.'ie.uts
of i tie Spanihh war. is under arms
on account o( the strike.
Ono thousand insurgents attacked
lots than owe hundred Americans
near Sinaloa, and .worn beaten oil'
and pursued. Twelve Americans
In the 'provinco of Kvultin'ono mis
sionary had liisy eyes buriied out,
another was impaled with a red hot
staff and another was (vrapjiod in
cotton which had been saturated
with oil, and set en fire. '
Field Marshal Y.'aldersik' i-eviewed
5.000 foreign troojis on his arrival
at Shanghai. The troops marched
oust in the following order: German.
Fi'ench, rtiixed forced of volunteers.
.Bengal Liuiders and other Indian
Methuenc6iitpll'k!Iy routed a Boor
cocvoyutHart river, west of Klerks
dor), 'Knd rccaptuS'ell a lo-jiounder
iw.ii. hi. m'k ufiu. jiu ,uiso uupiureu
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