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WAILUKU, MAUI, T H SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, I9C0
HONS ft COKE
' ArroiiXEra at Law
Tlio Orrmanlft Life IiivinincoCo,
Tho Orccntelcli Fire Iniuranee Co
WAILUKU, . ' ., MAUI
A. N. KEPOIKAI
Attorney at Law
WAILUKU, ' MAUI
Attorney at Lavt
wAHAINA, . . MAUI
Attorney at Law
f. M. KANEKUA
AtTOHNEY AND CotlNSEXLOU
T. K. KAHOOKELE
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
Architects & Bvimjers
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Brussels, Nov. 22. 2:30 P. M.'-A private telegram from Paris makes
tho assertion that the Czar is'dcad. There is no confirmation from any
St. Petkrsiiuro, Nov. 21. .Alarm is growing over the Czar's condition.
Notwithstanding tho bulletins of favorable character sent out from Lavl
dia, it is believed here that the paHjont is in the gravest danger. Russia
Has become deeply religious anflwirn3ora arc being ofTeredup dailv from
'thortechurc-hcs in all' thclarge cftieW Wltff foWcSiv's
Clark's Now Road.
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MAKAWAO . . MAUI.
Telephone No. 20?..
nmoe: Occidental Itotol, corner ot lying
. Alatea Streets.
OH AS. CREIGHTON
Attorney at Law
ATKINSON & .TUDD
- A. h. ATlliqHON, A1.BEUT F. JUDU, Jit.
Attorneys at Law
OHloepvcrniflhup & Co's liauk, cor. Merchant
. anil Kaaliumsiuu Streets.
DAVIS & GEAR
Attorneys & Counsellors at Law
Practice In all the Courts of the
Territory ol Hawaii nd In the I'cileral Courts.
20!i JuUcI Building
JOHN WEDDICK, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
WATLUKU. . . MAUI
W. F. McOOppBM. D.
R. J. McgSgpAN, M. D
Physician & Surgeon
iL BOOTFJ, D. D. S
OfficeTjFMAiN and Market
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& Civil Kxoinkkr
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WAILUKU HHl MAUI, T. II
R. C. SEARLE
For the District or
Lalittiita Alnui, T.
Green & crowell
Contractors & Builders
Salt. Lake, Utah, Nov. 22. The talk which has been current for the
past three months, regarding a direct railroad connection between this
city and Los Angelas, took final .'-hape today in tho agreement for corpora
tion of the Los Angeles and Salt LaVo Railroad Company and the enter
prise now seems assured.
The capital stock of the company was placed .at $ 25,000,000 of which
00,000,000 has already been paid up.
Tl;c road, when completed, will have a trackage of 1100 miles and will
absord the Los Angeles Terminal Railroad, fifty-ono miles in length, with
all its property and franchises, incltlding between 3000 and 4000 acres of
land and embracing all the wharfage of tho San Pedro harbor, about two
miles in length.
'The Irrigation Congress.
Chicago. Nov. 23, Tho National Iriigation Congress began its ninth
annual session hero last night, President Elwood Mead, ot Wyoming
presided. Scipio Craig, of California, made a motion that the motto of
the congress be "Save tho Forest and Store and Floods," and that a com
mittee on resolutions bo instructed to draft a memorial setting forth the
objects of the congress and showing tho importanco of tho reclamation of
tho arid lands in the United States and to report Saturday.
Estimates Furnished on
all Classes of Builiclngs.
WAILUKU, . . MAUI.
ivory, Feed & Si Stable
Wm. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUNUSAN, Pilot'.
Macks and Saddle Horses
AT ALL HOURS
Vineyai'd Street, Wailuku, Maui
Tolophone rs'o. 235
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTIOK
Carriages meet Stesimers
Opp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
Market Street, opp. Saloon,
Ncnt Fit Guaranteed
Restaurant B Coffee Saloon
FRESH BREAD EVERY DAY
from nil trains
To Hotel direct
Tkmh'Ho.n'e No. 156
The Boer War.
Maskuu, Basutoland, Wednesday, Nov. 21. Natives report that former
President Stoyn and General Do Wet, with a thousand men, traversed the
British lines between Alexandria and Wardinyham's store and attasked a
British post, subsequently retiring by the road to Dowetsdorp, in the
Oranyo River country.
B i.oemfontein, Nov. 22. Tlio Boers, under Brand, were defeated No
vember 18th at Baderspan with heavy losses, the Lancers charging through
the Boer lino, doing deadly damage, as a number of riderless horses demon
strated. Brand himself was wounded. The British casualties were not
China Still Unsettled.
New Yonic, November 21. A special to the Sun from Washington says:
After a silence of more than a week Minister Conger has again been heard
from, but the information ho sends is not of a character to encourago the
Government in its hope that tho Chinese troubles will bo adjusted soon. In
a telegram received at tho Stato Department today Coiigor said that the
punishment programme contained in the Chineso imperial edict of October
31st was not satisfactory. Ho indicated that tho punishments imposed on
Prince Tuan and other dignitaries were lenient and that some of the Boxer
leaders wero not included in tho list. The dispatch Avas sent apparently
in response to instructions telegrapahed Conger recently, giving hiin
authority to determine whother the punishments to be inflicted by tho
Chinese Govoremcnt wero satisfactory without further advice from the
Population of New York.
Wasiiixoton, Nov. 21. The population of the Stato of New York, an
nounced today by the Census Bureau is 7,2(!8,012, as against 0,997,853 in
1890. an increase of 1.270, 159 or 21.1 pt.r cent.
Eager For Waterway.
Washington, Nov. 16. Senor Don Luis Coven, minister from Nicargua,
arrived in AVashingtou this movning after an absence of fouv months in
Nieavagua, during which time bo conferred with President Zelaya and tho
members of the cabinet concerning Nicaragua canal affairs and other sub
ects of interest to the two countries. He returns with most encouraging
information and saj'3 that bv a happy combination of circumstances tho
way is now clear of privato concessions and border misunderstandings, so
that direct Governmental consideration of the watorway may be taken up
Thc late storm swept over the en
tir.j California coast.
Bands of Chineso robbers are plun
Von Waldcrsec has sent a column
f Germans to tho great wall.
Stanford Alumni demand an in
vestigation of Dr. Boss' enforced re
tt is. denied that the Indians who
were 6n the v?avpaTh' inM&.vico came
from San Carlos.
The 400 men who sat at a chamber
of commerce dinner at Delmonico's
lately represented nearly one billion
Liorm victims of La Grange, Tenn.,
hi'.'. o sent out an appeal for help. The
tovn is in ruins and the inhabitants
glipay, a renegade priest, and
now a reuei leader, writes to .uauua
fo' election news, aud shows no signs
of , iving up;
lout. Col. Webb C. Hayes, on of
ex President Hayes, has reported at
Pt'.ing and has been made a volun-
te r aide on General Chaffee's staff.
General Macubolos, a former Fili
pino chief, is preparing to stai t in
pi; "suit 'of Aguinalo with 100 picked
natives. The rebel chief is supposed
to bo in Northern Luzon.
'.io British warship Pheasant is
bei ig rushed from Esquimault to Pa
nama, owing to tho seizure of a Brit
ish ship by tho Colombian rebels. The
Icarus will follow.
A dispatch to tho Temps from
Rome says the Pope visited tho
Basilica of St. Peters and experienc
ed such fatigue that ho had to take
to his bed. It is further claimed
thut he faintqd twico.
At tho session of tho chamber of
deputies tho minister of marine said
the Italian troops in China did their
dutv without participating . in the
excesses, which thoy justly deplored
Tho lavge British steamships In-
dravelli and Indrapura and two
others of similar size, will run be
tween Portland, Ore., and Asiatic
ports. Each vessel has a carrying
capacity of about 9,500 tons.
The torpedo-boats Blakeley and Do
Long have been launched at South
Boston. The Blakeley is named after
the commander of the lighting ship
Wasp in the war of 1812. The other
is named aftev Do Long of Avctic
It is expected tho fight between
General Miles and Adjutant Genoral
Corbin will bo renewed by tho issu
anco of a bulletin by the latter offi
cer publishing certain information
from General Chaffee praising tho
American field guns in China. Miles
is incensed at the action of Corbin in
announcing over his own signature
information from Chaffee, tho nature
being such as to cast discredit upon
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.Monday, ednesday and i'vidayj
Waiheo Tuesdav, Thursday and Sa
urday; and at all hours in Wailult
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