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WAILUKU,. MAUI, T H., SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 190J
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AlTOUNUYS AT Law
Cjormnuln tire Instance To.
urcenwtch Firo Insumuue Oo
,'A". N. KEPOIKAI
. Attorney at Lav
I ,'trHN RICHARDSON
Attorney at Law
; "ANTONIO TAVARES
ATTORNEY AT tA"V
VMAKAWAO, . . '
H'J, M. KANEICUA
Attorney and Counsellor
fifflcol Occidental Hotel, .corner of Kink and
- . Alaltea snoots.
HONOLULU. . . T. II.
OH AS. CREIGHTON
' , Attorney at Law
ATKINSON & JUlI . .
A. U ATKINSON", ALSBHX V. JUUif, jn.
Attorneys at Law
DAVIS & GEAR
Attorneys Counsellors at Law
;L Practlco In all the
Territory ol Hbw.i11 and
urls nf tlio
the Fudcral Court i.
ROOMS HO'2, 202, 203 tliiiltl Building
HONOLULU, - ' T. II
'JOHN WEDDIOK, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
Physician & Surgeon
.TT T TT1T1 T
F. McCONKEY, M. D..
Physician & Suiic:on
R. J. McGETTIG AN , M. D
PllYSICIAN & SUROEON
W. RUSSELL B00TF-, D. D. S.
v Dentist ,
' Office,' Main and Market ,
WAILUKU,. . . MAUI
Subvsyor & Civil Engineer
., WAILUKU, . . MAUT
J AS. T. TAYLOR, vi. Am. so0. c. e.
, , engineer ;
30fi JudA Block TTpnolulu
fprmerly Wtiilultu Hotel
) AH KEE, Proprietor
Bods CO Cents )s ISlm
BBARDSLEE & PAGE
Tel. SKO; P. O. Box 778.
HONOLULU, - T. Hi
Skotches and correct estimates
lurnthhod ut short notice
HARDY, & NAONE
MAKAWAO . . MAUI
Telephone No. 203.
R. 0. SEARLE
For the District ov
Laluiina Maui. T. II
Cyrus d. green
Contractor & Builder
all Classes of Builidiigs.
WATCH-MAKER, JEWELER & OPTICIAN
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Mail orders returned postage free
All Goods and Work Guaranteed as
P. O. Cox 827.
532 Fori. St,
Livery. Feed A Sale Stable
W.M. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
:arriages meot all steamers
HANS AMUNDSAN, Pltor.
Slacks and Saddle Horses
Vinovnrd Street, Wailuku, Maui
Telephone No. 233
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.J
Carriages, Buggies aiid Saddle Mors&'s
,ON SHORT NOTICK
Carriages meei Steamers
Opp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
..' IAong tuck;
Marliet Street, opp. Saloon,
WAILUKU, - .r .
" Nent Fit Guaranteed
Uoi from nil triU3
. and stenmt.r
ft- - To Hotel turoot K .....
London, Dec. 22.
been received in London," says the London Daily Mail, "to the effect that
virtually all the districts of Cape COloivP'in the vicinity of the Orange river
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on a ratner largo scale ucioro tno
the Boers in rallying as many as possiblo of the Dutch in the back country
to their cause in proving successful."
Kimberly iu Peril',
London, Dec. 22. The Evening Standard says it hears a report has
cached London that Khnbcrly is seriously threatened by the Boers.
None of the leading South African firms interested in Kimbcrly hayo re
ceived information tending to confirm
London, Dec. 22. The War Office made the following announcement last
evening: "in view or tno general position in boutn Africa the following ru-
enforcemcnls of mounted troops havo
slarv next week. Two cavalry regiments have been ordered to leave as
soon as tho transports are ready.
10,000. Detachments will leave
drafts of cavalrj will bo despatched
Cape Town, Dec. 20. The situation
Colony is most serious. Fully
Grave fears are entertained that Dutch sympathizers will join the rebel
Uo.i and that this will spread. Although there is no fear as to the ultimate
result, the lack of a sufficient number of .mounted troops is felt by the Bri
lish. The enormous waste of horses in South Africa was never fully ap
preciated until now.
Is the Ultimatum Signed ? ,
Pekino, Dcc. 21. Once more there is a pronounced hitch in tho pro
?eedings. The preliminary joint nolo has not yet been signed. Conger,
the United States Minister, says he does not believe that there are suffici
ent reasons why it should not bo signed in the near future, and Sir Ernest
Satow, the British Minister, takes
Schwartzenstein, speaking for Germany, believes that the existing agree
ment will bo signed sooner or laten , The other Ministers also say that
cousiderUie probabilities in favor of
London, Dec. 22. It now appears
not received direct information from
signed, but in view of the fact that it had received assurances from ambas
sadors in London to tho effect that all Ministers had been instructed to
sign, the Forcigu Office accepted as correct alleged semi-official dispatches
from Berlin and Paris announcing tho signing. The Foreign Office declares
it has every reason to boliovo the signiug is an accomplished fact and that
the telegrams to tho contrary aro possibly anterior thereto.
Negroes Bound for Honolulu.
Nashville, Tcnn., Dec. 10. About two hundred negroes will leave
Nashville tomorrow on a special tram for Honolulu.' They will sail from
The negroes aro going to work on sugar plantations. Another large ex
pedition will leave in a few weeks, as the sugar plantation owners want
want 10,000 Southern negro families. They aro paying their expenses and
agree to givo them luciativc employment, their work hows being from 8
a. m. to 0. p. m. They arc also exempted from taxation for three years.
St. Petershuro, Dec. 22. The influenza epidemic hero is so sevcro that
the mortality returns for the last week have been tho highest for a decade.
A meeting of physicians was summoned to discuss remedies, but scarce
ly half a dozen responded to the call, tho rest being overworked, or them-
iclves victims of the malady. The
the disease, being changeable, snow and slush alternating.
Rioting at Antwerpt
Antwerp, Dec. 22. A fresh
laborers and others on non-unionists
tachment of fifty policemen charged
to a crowd. Thirty men wore wounded, ten of them severely. Tho strik
ers then withdrew, taking some of their wounded. Their attitude is me
nacing; the polico arc being reinforced, and more fighting is imminent.
THE WHITE HOUSE
iOR YOUR DRY
Woolen and Cotton DEESS GOODS
Ladles.' Muslin Underwear
H.osiery, Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
books, Ribbons, Waists, PequeSkirts, Cof (
sets, Perfumes,. Soaps, HairBrushes, Combs, 5
WE GARRY A FULL LINE OF GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
'jthat private l-cliablo advice have
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invasion is crushed. The tactics of
the Evening Standard's' report.
been arranged: Eight hundred will
The colonial police will be increased to
as fast as they are formed. Further
in the northern districts bf Capo
2,000 Boers have invaded that section.
the same view. Dr. Mumm von
that the British Foreign Office has
Peking that tho joint note has been
.weather is conducivo to tho spread of
attack was made by tho striking dock
today at the Ockerill wharf. A do
tho strikers, firing their revolvers in
420 Fort St Honolulu
AMERICAN DRY GOODS Af.S?N
Tho pugilist Paddy Ryan is dead.
Japan joined in the Anglo-German
(ill fthc powers arc at last in har
mony iu regard to China.
Sir Alfred Milncr is now Governor
of the whole of South Africa.
John Addison Porter, late secre
tary to President McKinloy, is dying.
Tho explosion at Canton was
caused by reformers whb exploded
Li Hung Chang and Prince Ching
say they have been authorized to act
Tho corporation of Limerick lias
c -inferred the freedom of the city
The thermometer at Now York,
December 15, registered fifteen de
grees below zoi'o.
Harcourt estimated that General
Baden-Powell's polico would cost
1,000,000 a year.
Tho Queen Dowager is said to have
accepted peace terms. The indem
nity will reach$200,000.000.
George A. Fuller of Chicago is
dead. He was the originator of the
modern steel skeleton buildings.
The latest rumor in .regard to tho
health of the Czar is to the elfect
that he is attacked by consumption.
Tho Santa Fc depots havo armed
guards as no interference with tho
railway operators or properly will
Chicago collegians oiv December 13
brutally hazed a student of North
; .'stern Nnivorsity named Frank
Lust. He may die,
Eastern fruit men aro taking steps
to secure tb free entry of raisins,
which will strike a blow at Cali
Harold Darringalo, an alleged
American, has been arrested in Capo
Cojony charged with fomenting an,'
Archbishop Iroland upholds tho
canteen and protests against its
abolition and declares it to bo a pow
erful factor for temperance.
The American Bridge Company
will building thirty bridges, using
7,000 tons of steel for the Uganda
Railroad. Tho contracts totaled
Japanese divers at Victoria, B. C
while rescuing cargo from a wreck
descendod twenty-three, fathoms nn
dcr water and remained two min
Tho University of California has
accepted Mr. E. Benard's now plans..
Mr. Benard drew first prize of $10,
000 for his design. Tho cost of the
proposed new buildings will be $10,
Aro offered to our patrons at price-.
so low that they aro almost
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my where. Thur sale lasts '
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