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WAILUKU, MAUI, T H SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10, J 900
NUMBER 13 I
;Hons & COKE
Attorneys at Law
Tho Gcr:nli Lid; Insurance Co.
The UtcdtWIch Fire Iuurnce Co
Attohxev at Law
i Attoiinmiv at Lav
. .ATTAIN A. . . MAUI
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AttoiiNkv at Law
XKaWAO. .' : MAUI
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T. K. KAHOOKELE
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
AllCIlITKCTS & BUILDERS
Olllcu Roomt 2 nnil 4, Arllutfton AnUoxS
honolulu, - h.
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furnished lit short notice.
Howard & train
Moill Dloclt, Fort Street
Teli'phono VH .
HARDY" & NA'QNE
MAitAW-A0 . . MAUI
'Telephone No. 20?..
J. M. KANEKUA
' Attorney and Counsellor
i.f Office'. Occidental Uoli-1, corner ot Kt6 and
Attorney at Law
Atkinson & .tudd
A. t,. ATKINSON, At.BIMIT I JUIH), JH.
Attounevs at Law
Ii"4.opi m-nt-nislmn '& Co' l!nk, cor. Merchant
Davis & gear
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law
lractlf la nil the Court or tlio
Territory uf Ilawiitl tiud In tlio 1'eileriil Courts
ROOMS a02, 203, 203 dudd Bulldlnft
HONOLULU, - - T. H.
John webbick, m. d.
?HVSICIAN & SUUOEON
J-.rMjKJ. . v " MAUI
Physician & Surgeon
S. B. HARRY
Carpenter & Builder
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
R. C. SEARLE
For the District of
Liihutrm Motii, T. H
Green & crowell
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420 Fort St Honolulu
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Organdies .......,, ' ........ H
White Doniities i.'")
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AMERICAN DRY GOODS
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20 yds $3,00
ASG'N p n rax mod
bi stock of ccd o
all kinds pei'sonaliy
selected by our' Mi
Contractors & Builders
Classes of Builidngs. .
WAILUKU, . . MAUI.
ivBry, Feed & Sale Stable
Wm-. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
W. F. McCONKEY,
PlIV'SIClAN ii SUROEON
1AIA, . . . MAUI
R. 5: McKSETTIGAN-, M. D
Physician & Surgeon
UANA, . . MAUI
OR. L. A. SABEY
Physician & Sjkc.EoX
fePrlE'CKELSVILLE, - MAUI
W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D S
''.lice, Main Xnd Market
Suin-xYcyp. l& 'Civil F.x(iistft
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUNDSAN, i'BOP.
Hacks and Saddle Horses
AT ALL HOURS
Viuevnrd Street, Wailuku, Maui
Telephone No. 235
J&N DOREGO, Prop.
Carrtas, Buggies and Saddte Worses
'6n short notice
e'AVViajies meet Steamers
Opn. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, a'tii
Mnri.'A'ilr.'i't. nun. Snlonri.
Neul Fft Gunrrfn"tccd
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After Trouble BieYving,
London, October 31. "Most serious trouble." says tbe Slianchal corre
spondent of tho Dully Express, "is brewing in thu Yani-tsc region,
whither the Empress Dowwger has sunt emissaries to raise powerful arm
ed bodies to exterminate :onverts and expel foreigners. She has appoint
ed Yu Cliuan, a notorously anti-foreign General, to be military irovornor
of tho Yang-tse district-."
The Shanghai correspondent of the Times, wiring yesterday, says:" Li
Hung Chang has wired to Chang Chlh Tung, tho Wu Chung Vieerny, that
the peace negotiations are satisfactory, but to other leading otlieials he
has telegraphed exactly the reverse, bidding them prepare for event
ualities. 1 L't, ,
China WoDifcl tMillion Pounds. -
London, October SO. "The Chineso bWipotcntiaries opened negotia
tions." says the Shanghai eorrespoucMVt of the Daily Express, "by propos
ing that China should pay an indemnity of '40,1100,0(10 in sixty installments,
agreeing that tiro lilcin ami tire "customs swvieo should be under foreign
control until the obligation should be discharged.-
They also agreed that Prince Tuan should be imprisoned for life; that
Tieiftsin should be treated as n internulioual district and that other
places should be opened to foreign trades
"China undertakes to abstain from puciising war material aoroad. In
order to raise the indemnity she proposes tw -double imjiovt duties."
Reply of Russia Not Satisfactory.'
London, October !50. Russia's reply to tho Anglo-German agreement
was received at the foreign umce this evening, it is as generally out
lined by tho London Times in the dispatch tram its St. Petersburg corre
spondent this morning. The officials of the British Foreign Office do not
regard the Russian note as adequate treatment of the points raised in the
Anglo-German agreement note. They say wio Russian reply "lacks the
deliniteucss so desired by Lord Salisbury."
New Placo For Lansdvbwno.
London, October 31. Tin following imporl'Wnt announcement appears
this morning la tin; Daily Telegraph: "Wo uWf erst and that, after mature
consideration, Lord Salisbury has decided to resign tho foreign secretary
ship, which will be transferred to the Marquis of Lansdowne. Although
tin- health of tho Prime -Minister 'ives no cause for anxiety, we believe
that he is largely influenced by tho counsels of his medical advisers."
Several Killed in Venezuelan Quake.
WAsmtfoTo'N. October 30. Tlio State Department has received tho fol
lowing cablegram from Mr. Rum-pII, secretary of legation at Caracas, con
corning (1(0 recent earth quake in Venezuela, in 'which Cipriano Castro,
tho President of the republic, was injured:
"Caracas (via Hayti), October 2!!. Secretary of State, Washington:
Set ere earthoualce this mornm". Great damage to property: several
killed. Tho President, in iumnin-' from tlK'-'HOWm floor of the Govern-
ineivt lfo'ui!6, had his leg broken. Details frofl; VW5or later.
Do Wet Compelled To Ahaud Guns.
London. October!!. The War Oflh-o has receded the following frofii
Lord Roberts, dated lh.etoria, October :th: "KiioV successfully engaf'c'A
Dn i Wot October ''7th. burin" the Doer retreat Kwox caught De Wet
in tho Rcnsburv drift. 'SM' Doers lost considerably and left two gun's 'had
three wasrOWiin KftO'x's'iiknds. Another ammunition wngoh Wit's bloVn uj
by a shell, k'ife rWish cfAualties were nil."
The Coal Miners At Work Again-.
PifiAfte'fcPiilA.Octobor 20. Today witnessfd an itltiibJt ge'ticral I'cs'um'p
tionof work iu the anthracite region, where fir six "weeks the mine workers
have bcCn "on strike for an advance' in wages, a'rcduetidn in the price of
nmvilRP-aitcHn Mveral dlstrldli abolition of the sliding scale of wages. 1-ii
a few inst-.li1iicescoll5oj-es''!,i'i,a1cd by individuals arid small corajia'nles KaVe
failed to I'e'rfume.
' Gtwrft Buildiifes Blown To Pfi)6s.
New Vohk, OcloU'!. Dy a mm-Ics of terrillc explcsions Wliowing
fire a tow minutes lifrA' noon today Wtfiil's wholesale and retail drug
stor 'M the soutlla!!i& corner of CTiWWS'ieh and Warren streets, was
deinolted, hundreVRi-ef men and wiW'n were injured and many killed
Hnth Vldes of Warrt'iiM-rvct. bet weeh Vji-eenwic-h -and Washington, wore
laid InVuins and building 'for blocks Wbund were wrecked in iifj' loVi'tes.
For Half a bVH'k'to the iKVfi r.'nd souVh il Wh'ri'C'ii strc'i't tile 'c'ltVt ilde of
Wa-shinL'tOn tslreet is alhlSsVas hoite'ltifery Svi't'Kcd rf. !ts also the short
Warreii-atrci-t block of 1C0 feet frontufge. In all sWriethinjr -liko 'laviy
Corns imd sCti oiw
Stoe? Ranges, Blue
Fle?ne Stove is .
Ctc.-j Etc to
TElLtiPHOlVfe: IS-o. 7 5
Goods will bede)ivoiVd'AtV.7aik'apu
Monda', Wednesday ami 1-i'dny; at
Waihee Tuesday. Thursday and Kat
ui'dayi And at all hours iii Wailuku.
English financiers are WuVching
tlio American market for pointers on
Charles T. Yerkes considers hit
Lcndon underground franchise dral
Gold has been discovered in Samoa
njl miuers arc rushing there from
Atatraliu and New Zealand.
r. Norwegian commci-cial exptLli-
tion lias recently xlis'co'w'ivjd rich dc-
po.sits of-coal at Spitzborgen.. , .. K
Mimsfield, Ohio, October 2.".
Jnhn Sherman, senator and cabinet
secretary is dead. He was buried
The rice crop lias failed in Kwang-
Si province and Irobbers'are pillag
ing. Rebellion :md famine there are
A punitive expedition of viou men
cither French or English, is believed
to have been massacred on tho Abys
sinian border. I
Honolulu has a w.to! -coal .pile of .i
10,010 tons, and Rfca Admiral Brad
ford has prepared plans for putting
20,000 tons there.
C. L. Alvord, nott teller of the
First .National Bank of New York,
is' a fugitive and absconder to the
extent of $700,000.
The French Consul at Hankow
cables -that - he luis secured protec
tion for the -missions and Christians
in Sltcnsi provinces j
Mte Chinese officials have .placard-
e i the ibheton district oJlerwg sev
eral nuiKirea aoimrs reward lor tne
Leads of four foreigners whoiirc sup-
ied to be leading the rebels.
Jlinister Conger has bOt'Awithorls:-
ed by his Government to begin vego
tiution at onco with the ChinesH; En
voys on the basis of the points in tlw
German - and French notes uwon!i
v.-liinh nil thn Powers urn ii"i-fed. I
Great uneasiness was created in
jiolilical circles," says tho Constanti
nople correspondent of the Daily
Mall, "by a. report that-an American
squadron was approaching, and the
censor was instructed to .prohibit
tlx.' jircbs from lncntioij tho sub-
Tho War Office annoiinc'cv that
faord RdlJerts liopes to -leave 'SouUi
Africa 'for Jwmo aboi t -November 2a,
and that General Lord Wolseley has
consented to continue to perfortii
the duties of the commander in chief
of tho army until the end of Novem-,
Id MsiestydnSo to the BritUh and
GcMian GoveVnments fe'ai-ding the
Ang'lo-Germnii agrcLtncn,; "inys the
Herald's WiitilmigMnVdiVWiiondent, i
St'c'retary Hay Is 'likely to make air
other cirort to H!&ucc all the powers
V'-.join lii'Wi agreement for the "main-
Vf-nain'o 6f the integrity of CltfhVand
LADIES DRESS GOODS
floods ilcllvcri'il In AIiit. Motiiln Tluif.
iluy imd fntunlny; lu Wiilhilai iiml Ws.llir.it
, TKLKPIIOXi: I. 1UI
Freight: Paid oi all
Orders of $IOand
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H. L. CHASI?
Portrait and Mftufccape Phokigrtfpfe
m n I r. Street,
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