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WAILUKU, MAUI, T H., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1900
Hons & goke
Attornkvs at Law
TfiR Ovrnmnln Ltfi Inturnnco Ort.
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Attorney at Law ' ....
. Shut rues Mill correct I'htlmntcs
luruishcd nl Khort totlcc.
- Howard & train
John Richardson ahchitects
T SultuT, MoiU'l Illock, I'ort Street
ATTORSKY AT LAV Tulcilionu vh
HONOLULU. - - n. 1.
YiAHAIXA, . . MAUI ,
. , " hardy, & naone,
AttoUxey at Law MAKAWAO . . MAUL
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI T.ep..one No. 203,
J. M KANEKUA
ArfOltNEY AND COUSSELLOU
OMco: Occtduntul Hotul, corner of Klag nml
HONOLULU, H, I.
.tto.tKY At Law
Honolulu, . h. i.
Atkinson & judd
A. L. .ATKINSON, AI.BK11T K. JL'Ull, Oil.
W1 Dr.lco over HWioj) k ihiuk. vui.
5j ami Kuulmtnuuu Streets.
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Attorneys a Counsellors at Law
I'ractlco In all tho Courts of tut!
Territory ot Hiiwull und lu thu Federal Oourtt.
ROOMS 302,. 802, 203 Vludd Building
HONOLULU, - - T. H.
John.weddick, m. d.
Physician & Sukoeon
WAILUKU, v . MAUI
PiiVsician & Suhoeon
KIHEI - - - MAUL
W P McCONKEY, M-. D.
Physician it ScftaEON
PATA, -. i MAUI
lV. R. J. McGEWlG AN, M . D
PIVSlCIAX & BiiokoN
I AX A, . MAUI
K A: SABEY
ri'YHICIAS & BUHOL'ON
?3PRECKELSVILLE, - MAUI
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CJffice, Iain and MXixKEt
VaIEUKU . MAUI
UeStVEVou & tiWu KsntM-M
YAILUKU-, . . MAUI
Am. Sj.-. C. K. ,
T. K. KAHOOKELE
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
S. B. HARRY
Carpenter & Builder
WAILUKU, . . MAUI,
R. C. SEARLE
i))x the District ok.
Maul, T. H.
GRE&N & CROW ELL ..
Contractors & Builders
sift Classes of Builidngs.
WAILUKU, . . MAUI.
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
W.M. GOODNESS, Pioj).
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUNUSAN, i'UOP.
Hacks and Saddle Horses
AT ALL HOURS
Viiioyiu-d Street, Wa'.luku, Maui
telephone No. 23!
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggfes and SadSe Horses
ON SHOUT. NOTiCR
Carriages meet Steamfers
Opp. Ino Saloon, Wailuku, ?fiui
Mnrlfnt Rlront. nrm finloon.
Neat PlV ttuaWtft'tfcVl
festiiaraM tti SaltfMi
WAILUKU.- I . ...O.IAUk
$xia(if A ND " T AK E ' ARj-ANfAG E OF THE SPECIAL SALE
The Eastern Silualion.
WAsmxdiox, Oct. 4. The United States ovprr.ment 1ms tltkcn a de
cided step in the development of the
today by Secretary Hay to the German Charge d'AiTaires, Duron Speck
von Sternberg. Ia tho nolo favorable action by this government on Ger
many's latest suggestion coiieerning tho punishment of GhlnQso criminals is
expressed and the announcement, is made that tho United States already
has sent instructions to Minister Conger along the lines indicated. The
instructions to Minister Conger are
Chinese offenders who are to be punished; also whether the punishment to
oe aimim.tcret is niioqunte to .tiinir oiiunses, aiuLniuliy yMii' "v
punishments are actually ndministered, ; ,
Tho American nolo is considered the most important in tho establish
ment of complete unity between tho United States und Germany.
Germany's Latest Note.
Bkkmk, Oct. 4. An ofllcial of the Foreign Oflico informs the corres
pondent of tho Associated Press that Gernmny lias issued it second note to
tho powers regarding the method of securing punishment for those guilty
of tho outrages in China. This nolo is issued as a result of tho edict of tho
Emperor of China beginning proceedings against Prince Tuan and others.
The note is as follows:
"The Emperor of Caituvhas addrcsi'iil to the powers an edict dated
September 29 in which he Orders tho punishment of a number of Princes
and dignitaries mentioned by name, for having encouraged the Duxers.
On the assumption that tho edict is genuine,' tliu German Government, in
furtherance of the procedure proposed in its circular note of September
17, has further proposed to the powers to ait ngi cement to instruct their
diplomatic representatives in China to examine and jjlve their opinion on
the following points:
"1. Whether the list contained in thcedict of persons to bo punished is
sufl'cient and correct.
"2. In what way the powers cr,r. can control the carrying out of the
penalties imposed. ,
"Tho information received up to the present concerning the reception of
thte proposal by the powers justifies the belief that a general understand
ing on this matter may be look. ed for."
Canton District Iriitutcd.
Hosti Komi, Oct. 4. The whole delta land between tho Canton and
West rivers is in a state of dangerous irritation in consequence of the cir
culation (if bogus' edicts telling of the defeat of tho allies and of tho machi
nations of secret . societies.
Rioters are marauding and plundering the villages, especially the con
verts' houses. ' v
British and French gunboats aro patrolling tho waterways. This lias
had a salutary .e'Te
cct in preventing
More Fighting in the Philippines.
Manila, Oct. i. The new Philippine commission today appropriated
$287,000 (Mexican) for the payment of sundry expenses incurred by tho
military for the benefit of VlY6 insutar government during September, and
also ("ionated $l,fi(IO (Mexican) to the widow Of the loyal and 'efficient Fili
pino prcfcident of the town of Santa Cruz, who was revengefully murdered
by tho insurgents. The purpose is to show tho Unlt'M States Govern
ment's Into. '.ion to protect its friends and faithful levants, the Iloilos of
of Panay ishuxl and the civil government.
Monday night, Oct 1, the rebels killed Lietitoii'iWl Max Wagner ot the
Twenty-sixth regiment of volunteer infantry near Pavia, island of Panay.
A defaclimer.t of the Forty-fourth Regiment" at Boliol island, one of the
Visayan feroujt, has encountered a force vrf life cnomy, killing thirty 'of
of them. One American was killed. ,;v
Democratic nrAfdklide Prcdiclvxl.
Chicago, Cvt. 4.- Democratic. KVi'tTcmal hendqtml'-Vcrs iias given 'out its
lirst official f6recast of lfe cominjg election. J. 'G-. fdhWEti'ti of Kansirs,
chairman of tho NatioinVl "Executive Commit tor-, did th'o figutfeft'and an
nounced tills result: Electoral votes claimed for Bryan, 5520; electoral
votes fovidcKinley, W', vVcVoru!' votes in doubt, ;)?
Tho States conceded to MeKln'.ey are Oregon, Iowa, Pennsylvania,
Vt'est Viryh.ia a'-d the 'w Enlund
M!nrfeMa arid KViw Nfrii-'y,
1 VTtT P3
WHITE HOUSE .
-i"20 Fort St Honolulu
- OF HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
'fJcd Spn-ntls. Too lT'jo Uil
LlicirctTinKT"!'1 SV()0 :r(lU"lmir
.Mt)Mlllll Aci. !MI li i-liO.s lMVll. pioci's sCSTl pc.
t limn. 'h w. i els. "'( )TT JM 2Jl iTl37)jion
jjiiifii iiucu 'imvt'W. i.ml .'f.ull 4. llll AM Dozun
Talik Mnen CS iticlii-s wide ,7 .Ha 1.(10 .25ii.V(l.
NAPKINS LOO 1-.50 lTS EToo 2."P doy.on
SliL-oliiipf 1(1.4 .'Jii iFfl iiTi .H." a yard"
AMERICAN DRY GOODS ASS'N
Chinese situation in a note delivered
that he shall luarn the na.mcs of the
attaks on steamers.
S - atvss In IhVj doubtful Column is jAit
iivV-vytliin'g else is pat vlown for
P. Oi BOX 100
There is tt rcuewul of heavy fight
ing in Ashanll.
Over fiOO jicryous Wire left slid
teihss by the Nome storm.
AiHbourne vill be the capital of
eoi federated Australia.
Over $1(10,0(10,(100 is added annually
to the gold stook of the United
king iii'which they killed fortv Box-
Banna and IVye have gone to
South Dakota to work for lite l'ei-c 1
of Pel fly row.
Millionaire Kigttutn of loria, 111
asserts that Btan received $150,000
from Colorada Wine owners for insist
ing on tho silver plunk.
The Indian wifcofGvorgo CarmacV
di.-coverer of the Klondike,. has sued
linn for dlvo'ce. She led him to the
rich placers, but was deserted after
he became a millionaire.
T . ...1 1t. I . ( . -
i.oru oiehtej', ino commander in
eliieiin iinvipen letter, asks the public
wi-jlung to honor returning -soldiers
to "refrain, while extending them t
hearty welcome, fronij offering Ihem
intoxicating liquors ,as. lilcv all)f us
tliey are oprn to temptation".
The India coffee trade with France
' B threatened with extinction by the
new French duty on colonial products
In .111 annually exports 7,000,000
pounds of coffee to France, and if it
mis to pay iwjco ino duty levied on
iirnzinuu couce, mis trade, it is as
sorted, will bo ruined.
Henor Luis A Coiva the Nicara
guau minister to Washington, bring
ing (important information relative
to the proposed Nfcaraguan cami
wuu iieniainin vrauurrc, tne new
Nicnraguan consul for New Orleans,
and rnhur prominent Central Ameri
cans, lias at rived at New Orleans.
General Wood, commanding tbi
L tilted States forces in Cuba has
md'e his annual report to tho War
It partment. It contains his previous
n c.imehdations thai -all Iroops in Cu
ba be mounted, togelhor with an ac.
ci.unt ef the willfdrawulof the troojis
during the past .year. The health of
t! o troops, he says,' lias been good
ai d their conduct Is egmmeuled.
The vestriCtior.K nrolnrd Ivrueger
ai o increasing, und he is virtually
a I risoner. Be Ikis been allow eel to
iaj the Portu'guVst' goveiiior's carri
vtJ'o. While out "tlriVing re'eently l.e
mot a party of burghers and made
them a patriotic speech.. The gover
noi has now refused the use of his
V.4.Uriage. Svvutfer Irufe been waitted to
iin.ke no more specclies and is forbid-. ,
den o werA' tlfe "green sii&h tl a't fe
this insignia of his office, Krueger
iv-V'cts tfc'.WtH on Dutclrcl'.-jifc'erAn-;
ifiiliiiiui (I Veto
bi& steefc c j'ced rt
oil kinds personaffy
selected by our Mi
Come and see our
Steel Ran4S? Bttfe
ftath Tubs i,
EtCi? Etc. EtC
TELfePllONE K'tJ. 7
Goods will be delivered at 'aihapli
Moudny. Wednesday and Fl Whv; al
Waihet' Tuesday, Thuvwln- nntl 'Sat
urdtty; and at nilbnurn Hi Yunlukti.
fcADIES DRKiitS GOODS
riOrttAttfllvcrcsl lu V,-vilri' H'Ay. T1.H
di-.v iii.il iiturili,.v; in XVutnAiV. rl V i.1It.iM
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Freight Paid on
H. U CHASC
mnlr, Street, WrjtKsVS
l-i ?- s-tST from n trufifs
To YkiU 1UV4C;1L
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lorini-rly Wi.lluliU I :vth
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