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p. VOLUME II WAILUKU, MAUI, T H.7 SATURDAY, DECEMBER I, IToO " NUMBER 16 j
PROFESSINOAL CARDS T kahookele Forejgn News
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B?.' "WAILUKU, - - MAUI . :
HONS & COKE . ' Gorman Solditfrs Denounced.
KATTOnXP.YS AT L-VAV ARCHITECTS
AflK.N'TS i ,
W. nn .nr,1t.ifniMrr.nn. Dr, , t,,t n denounced by RoV
WAILUKU, . . MAUI Auciutlcts & Buimiuuo
' ' ' Orilco Koomsi und 4, Arlltiulon Annex.
. A. N. KEPOIKAI Tel.;P.O.U0X77B.
Athihviv at T,iw Sketches nnd correct estimates
ATTORJiU AT HAW furnished ut short notiea
ArronNKV at Lav
wAIIAINA, . . . MAUI
Attornky at Law
.J. M. KANEKUA
ArronNKY and Counsellor
O31oe: accidentia Hotel, corner ot King and
HONOLULU, . H. I.
Attorney at Law
ATKINSON & JUDD
.. h, ATKISSOS, AI.DKRT V. JUM, JH.
Attouneys at Law
OHlco ovor Ulshop & Co's l;mls, cor. Merchant
una Kuunuraanu oiruois.
DAVIS & GEAR
Attorneys Counsellors at Law
k' I'rncticn In all the Courts of the
Territory of Hawaii and In the Federal Courts.
ROOMS 302, 202, 203 Judd Bulldtnft
HONOLULU, T. H.
JOHN WEDDIOK, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
Physician & Surgeon
KIHEI. - - - MAUIr
W. F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician Si Surgeon
PAIA. . . . MAUI
R. J McGETTIGAN, W. D
Physician & Surgeon
HANA. . . MAUI
VT. RUSSELL BOOTR, D. D S
Office, Main and Market
WAILUKU. . . MAUI
Survkyor Si Civil Engineer
WAILUKU, , , . MAUI
J AS. T, TAYLOR.V. Am. Sot. p. K.
3rtS Jttdd Block U w .jHonohUu
formerly Wailuku ITotoy fa
AH KEE, Proprle'tpp
Beds 0 Cents jrjejjiftl
TYtrtnln "2 C Cental
Skotchos and corrcot estimates
furnished ut short notiea
Suite r, Model Uloclt, Fort Street
HARDY, & NAONE
MAKAWAO . . MAUI.
Telephone No. 20?..
R. C. SEARLE
For the District ov
Mau5. T. II.
Green & crowell
Contractors & Builders
ull Classes of Builidngs.
Livery, Feed ft Sale Stable
Wm. GOODNESS, Proj).
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUNDSAN, I'UOP.
Hacks ami Saddle Horses
AT ALL HOURS
Vineyard Street, Wailuku, Maui
Telephone No. 235
JOHN DOREGO, Prop. I
Carriages, Buggies anil Saddle Horses
ON SHOUT NOTICK
Carriages meet Steamers
Opp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
Market Street, opp. Saloon,
Ncut Pit Guaranteed
Restaurant B Coffee Saloon
FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY
from nil trMus
and st camera
To Hotel direct
New loit::. Nov. 1!). A dhblc to
lith, say.s!" The conduct ofktlfo Gurman ftld!or3 at Choti Chou has be 1
slons who complained to Count votfWaldorsco that a soldier told him fro
forty to sixty women whoiwcrc in hiding in ho'Stacks from the the soldiot'3
had been assaulted. The soldiers Had also imposed a fine of 3,000 lads on
the head olneial of the town, ami
they conhscatcd everything m his Jhonw. Whon Anient wont to Waldcr-
seo with his complaint, tho latter
redress.. ... - U
Walde rsco declares ofiicially that ho
peace in the southern part of China, and that repairs to the raihvav to
Tien-Tsin will be completed by Dccomunr'lfith.
The foreign Ministers will hold another meeting on Novembor lUt'u.
Berlin, Nov. If). Replying to Uorr Babel and defending Emperor
William with tho Reichstag today,
made this extraodinary statement:
China is merely retaliation for what
This declaration was loudly applauded by the Right, but excited nu r-
riment in other sections of the chamber.
New York, Nov. UO. Tho China
to the Times from Washington, have
actions of the powers are making partition almost inovitablc. The United
btatcs faces the probability that
China or go without any indemnity.
by high authorities that the United
he United States may succeed in
and is now making every effort to that
pect of success.
Washington, Nov. 1C The Census
nouncing the population of Hawaii
total population of Hawaii to be
per cent over 1S0G, the last census
Tho population of Hawaii in detail
Kauai, '20,.riG2; Niihau, 172; Maui, 15,4(50; Molokai and Lanai, 2,540; Oahu,
58,504. All tho islands have inereascd materially in population since 1SU0
with the exception of Molokai and Lanai islands, which show a combined
loss of 11,3 per cent.
Burned ut the Stake.
Limon, Col., Nov. lli. Fire has avenged the death of little Louise Frc.
Chained to an iron stako, PrestoiviPortcr,. Jr. .died a terrible death :
flaming pile of boards tonight. At 0:23 o'clock tho father of the nlurd.
ed girl applied tho torch. Seven minutes later Porter was unconsciou
in twenty minutes but a charred mass of flehli remaiucd of the negro.
Denver, Nov. 18. A mass -mectiug attended by Governor Thomas and
other prominent men strongly denounced the lynching
The Czar Improving.
Lividia, Nov. 20. The bulletin
less favorable. It says:
"Tho Emperor passed a satisfactory day yesterday. At 0 in tho cv
ing tho patient's temperature was 102.2, pulse 80. His Majesty sic
tranquilly until 3 in the morning. Subsequently his rest was broken a.:d
perspiration appeared. This morning
temperature 100.4; pulse 70."
' Morgan Returned as U. S. Senator.
Montgomery, Ala., Nov. 15. The joint caucus of Democrats of bol'.
houses of tho Alabama Legislature tonight unanimously nominated J. V
Morgan as United States Senator. No other nanio was presented. Sena
tor Morgan was called before the meeting and thanked tho members for
tc-election. The ten opposition
caucus pledged their votes to Moi'gau.
New York, Nov. 13. Thomas Edison is perfecting an invention which
promises an economic revolution for the industrial world. It is a plan to
utilize all tho energy stored in coal.
trol tho full power of coal by means of conpressed air. Ey this meiis
power enough could bo extracted fom a pound or two of coal to carry u
man around tho world.
For sample of our NEW DRESS GOODS, tho latest designs direct from tho factory for
Fall and Winter Wear ;
Satin Persicnne i.-.'. x) cents yard
Organdies t . , 'r "
Oigimdi.'s t f, '20 "
White Domitids ' 25 " "
White Dimities ; lL'i
Zeohers .( 15 j
Gingluuns , 10 " "
Ginghams Prints .....8J "
Calicos Calicos Calicos Calicos
15 yds iil.OO 20 yds $1,00
mail ADREss AMERICAN DRY GOODS r.SS'N
tlio Suit from Poking, dated November
tliff&Vincricnii Board of Foreign M:
whou' tho mo.iey was not forthcoming
'referred him to' a. junior dfllccivfor
- ' ?.- ..' ..
has stopped looting and restored
General von Gossler, minister of war,
"What our troops aic now doing in
tho Huns did to us for centuries."
Bo Cut Up.
negotiations, according to a dispatch
reached a most serious stage. The
it will either have to take a slice of
In that case, it is positively asserted
States will go without indemnity.
reducing the demands of other powers
end, but with no immediate pros,
Bureau has issued a bulletin an
by islands and districts. It shows the
154,001 and increase of -14, 081, or 41.2
by islands is as follows; Hawaii, 46,8-13;
issued by the Czar's physicians today 'rj
his condition was fairlysatisfnctory;
members of tho Legislature in separate
Mr. Edison's invention aims to co t
4S0 Frt St Honolulu
Commissioner Taft predicts a great
future for Manila.
Senator Spooner may became
attorney general, succeeding Griggs.
The killing of Countcs3 do Corn id
ler by her husband in Paris, has
Tho War Department will ask
Congress for a permanent standing
arniy.of 100,000 men.
-i.,TliQ 'international nc-tc jvilj iobn be
ready for delivery to the Chinese
The Schools of Greater New York
have subscribed about $15,000 for
tho Galveston public schools.
Dr. Kienboci: of Vienna says that
ost hair can bo restored to bald
heads by the ue of the X-ray.
There will be r,o legislature in the
Philippines until tho constitutionality
of tho Porto Rico bill is decided.
Tho ou'look in China is gloomy.
Tho Russians and Germans are not
pleased over the Oriental situation.
A bill to revise tho German tariff
law arouses press comment and is
called a declaration of war against
A reporter of a San Diego paper
wag present at an initiation of mem
bers of Foresters of America, and
caused a sensation.
This season's Klondike output of
gold is valued at $20,000,000. Next
year's is expected by the gold com
missioners to reach $25,000,000.
There is desolation in the Trans
vaal and Orange Free States. It is
fourteen months since the normal
importation of foodstuffs ceased.
Tho allies arc said to be planning
ah expedition to the Chinese capital
at Sian Fu in 'view of the probabl
failure of the peace negotiations.
Phenomenal activity in trade all
over the laud is noticeable since the
elections. New enterprises arc bi ing
inaugurated in many of the States.
The members of tho American
embassy deny tho charges made
against them in La Presse, regard
inir tho purchase of the secret of
tho new French gun.
J. II. Kellogg, M. D., lectured at
Stanford University, November 10,
and introduced statistics showing
that the human race is degenerat
ing physically at a rapid rate.
Fifteen Yale men have hired
balloon for $1,0(10 in order to be able
to witness tho Yale-Harvard foot
ball game. They were unable to
secure tickets for the grand stand.
Attorney General Griggs at a
cabinot meeting in Washington, No
vember 10, informed tho President
and his colleagues thac after mature
consideration ho could not leiuain
a member of the cabinet during the
next four years.
!ofi iii it Yctlcson J
hl stock oS good o?
tl 1.5 J .
selected by oin ftW.
Come and see om
Steel Ranges, Blue
Etc., B'o., Etc
Goods will be di livered at Waikapu '
Monday, Wednesday and Friday; at
Waiheo Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday; and at all l ours in Wailuku.
LADIES DRESS COODS
Gondii delivered in IVftUiec. Alonrtnr. Tliursi'.!
ciiiy nun tsaturciny: in wuiiuiur i-.nu vyuikupu
TKLEPHONK No. 10) -
Freight Paid on all
Orders of $10 and
H. L. CHASE
Portrait and Landscape Pltotographei
Telephone No, 155