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WAILUKU, MAUI, T H., SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1901
A PROFESSINOAL CARDS
Attorney at Law .
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Attorney at Law
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V,AHAINA. . . MAUI
Attorney and Counsellor
lOfflco: Ocoldcntal Hotel, corner of King nnd
x i - Amitcii streets.
Attorney at Law
PATKINSON & JUDD
A. tATKINSON, AI.UEIIT F. JUDD, JR.
', Attorneys at Law
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tn' ii hit Kniilmuimu Streets.
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Territory cj II wall and tho Fodoral Courts.
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HONOLULU, - - T. H.
RfSlIN WEDDICK, M. D.
Physician $ Surgeon
IWAILUKU, ; . MAUI
W. Physician & Surgeon
IWF, McCONKEY, M. D,
Physician & Surqeon
PAIA, . . . MAUI
Kti J. tycQETTIQAN, M. D
BuyioiAJf & Surgeon
IH-ANA, . . MAUI
m- RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D S.
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Surveyor Civil Evoikeer
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WAILUKU, - - MAUI
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Offlco Rooms 2 and 4, Arlington Annex.
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HONOLULU, T. It,
Sketches nnd correct estimates
furnished at hhort notlco
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MAKAWAO . . MAUI.
Telephone No. 203.
R. C. SEARLE
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Contractor k Builder
Estimates Furnished on
all Classes of Builiclngs.
WAILUKU, . . MAUI.
M. R. COUNTER.
'WATCHMAKER, JEWELER & OPTICIAN.
Mail orders returned postage free.
All Goods and Work Guaranteed as,
P. 0. Box 827.
532 Fort St,
Livery, Feed k Sale Stable
Wm. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
IANS AMUNDSAN, tttor.
Hacks and Saddle Horses
Viueyard Street, . Wailuku, Maui
Telephone No. 23S
JOHN DOREGO, ?rop.l
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTICE
Carriages meet Steamers
Opp, Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages to let
at all hours.
ZYYeet all , , . .
London ind Globe Finance Corporation Suspends Payment.
London, Dec. 20. Tho London and Globe Finance Corporation, Limited,
has suspended payment. When tho brokers yesterday delivered stock
purchased on account of tho London and . Globe and asked for paymout
they received check's which were dishonored. This was followed today by
the failure on tho Stock Exchange of twclvo firms, as follows: Haggard,
Halo & Pixlcy, Garlo & Driver, Douglas, Jr.,' &Co,, Cornfoot Bros., F. A.,
Cohen, Blockoy & Buckingham, Gunn & Aubrsylchards & Sloper, Baker
& Smith,- F.40. Watts & Co., Flower & Co,, and F. Boully & Company.
New York, Dec. 29. Thoro was a reflection in tho opening stoc,k
market of tho unsottled conditions in London, growing out of tho embar
rassment of tho London and Globe Finance Corporation. A number of
international stocks opened down from 1 to 1 5-8, Kansas and Texas pre
ferred and Northern Pacific being tho greatest suffers. Sugar fell 1 3-4
The few stocks which showed grains wore not aggressively strong. Th"
opening declines attracted largo buying orders all through tho list and
there were quick recoveries all around.
London, December 31. The failures of Thomas W. Egan, G-. W. Bar
ber and Fitzgerald & Co., jobbors in tho West Australian market, wei '
announced, but thoy had littlo effect. Americans wci'o marked up from 1
to 4 points, and tho rapidity with which all tho offerings wero takonu;
for Now York had a good effect in steadying other departments. Thcr.
was oven a better feeling in West Australians. Lake Views showed r.
recovery, but London and Globo was offered and further declined 2s, Cel.
British Columbias were steady. Leroi No. 2 was one point higher.
Diamonds Discovered in Now Mexico.
El Paso (Tex.), December 31. The discovery of diamonds at Capitan,
New Mexico, 120 miles northeast of El Paso, has created unusual excite
ment throughout this section. The first of tho, precious stones were fouirl
by J. J. Blow, a coal mine manager, in an ant heap. Ho dug twclvo fee
into the earth and uncovered a bed of tho gems. Thoy woto submitted to
a jeweler, who pronounced them gonuiuo and of great value. The stones
varied in size, some being as largo as a pea. As soon as tho news of the
discovery got abroad prospectors began flocking to tho Capitan district
and this city presents a scene of unusual activity,
' Tho Allios Threatened by Boxers.
Paris, Jan. 1. The Havas Agoncy has received tho following dispatch
from Peking: "A mustering of regulars and Boxers is reported in tlit?
suburbs and along the railway between Peking and Paotingfu. Tho French
and German posts have been doubled to avoid surprise.
"Colonel Guillct and 1500 men arc threatened noar Tchieng-Tiugfu by
several thousand rcgulai's, and General Bailloud has gone to tho rescue."
According to a special dispatch from Peking Genoral Sir Alfred Ga3elee,
commander of tho British forces iu China, is seriously ill.
Invasion of Cape Colony.
London, Jan. 1. Tho Boers have now reached a point half way between
the Orange River and Cape Town; and, in spito of optimism of tho London
press, tho Government announcement
tho invasion is regarded there. Tho
British public is the loss of a big naval
draws attention to what might prove
bility of another outbreak of enteric fever among tho soldiers worn down
by tho hardships and privations of a prolonged and exciting campaign.
Boers Capturo a Big Gun.
London, Dec. 31. General Kitchener, telegraphing from Pretoria,
Sunday, December 30, says:
"Tho post at Helvetia was suprised
ing a 4.7-inch gun. At' dawn tho officer commanding tho post at Swartz-
kopje sent out a patrol and shelled tho enemy out of Helvetia, making
them abanbon tho gun temporarily. Tho Boors, however, formed our
prisoners around the gun and got away eventually. No ammunition be
longing to tho gun was captured. Tho casualties were four officers wound
ed, eleven men killed and twenty-two wounded. A column was sent out
from Machadorp, but, owing to tho bad roads it failed to arrive in time."
Watching tho Old Century Die,
Washington, December 31, In accordance with directions given by
Popo Leo the closing of the ninotppnth and tho beginning of tho twentiofi
century was observed with solemn high mass iu all tho Catholic churchps
of tho city, tho services beginning at
Mgr. Martinelli, tho Papal delegate,
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Ladies9 Muslin Underwear, Ribbed Vests.
j Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
books, Ribbons, Waists, PequeSkirts, Cor
sets, Perfumes, Soaps, Hairbrushes, Cqmbs,
Etc. Etc, '
WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
at Capo Town shows how seriously
only thing that really touches tho
gun. Tho Times to-day, however,
a serious danger, namely, tho possi
at 2:30 a. m., the enemy first rush
midnight. At St, Patrick's Church
cclphated pontifical high mass.
420 Fort St Honolulu
AMERICAN DRY GOODS ASS'N
Zola appeals to. Loubot to reopen
tho Dreyfus case.
St. Paul Mississippi catfish are
canned as salmon.
Tho President, on his Western
trip, will visit Pugot Sound cities.
Now York, banks distributed a divi
dends of $150,000,000 on January 1st
Tho Natural Bridge of Virginia
has boon sold to a syndicate for $50,-
An English syndicate wants to buy
Nicaragua's railroads and steamers,
A girl was fatally burned in a Now
York public school while playing
If tho Army bill passes thoro will
bo twenty-five now Colonels and four
teen new Brigadier Generals.
In an address before tho Piorco
School of Business at Philadelphia,
Grovcr Cleveland arraigns trusts.
A minister of Colombia is about to
leave for Washington to entor Into
negotiations for opening tho Panama
Senator Nelson of Minnesota has
offered an amendmont to the Army
bill to supply Stato militia with
Manila fears a genoral revival of
tho war when tho volunteer regulai-s
are withdrawn. Tho force of 35,000
will leave for homo in July.
The salary of tho Commissioner of
Education of Porto Rico has been in
creased to $4,000 at tho request of
tho Secretary of the Navy.-
Dr. Taft, tho surgeon who took
charg?of President Lincoln immedi
ately after Booth fired the fatal shot,
died at New York Decembor 18.
Charles S. Francis, editor of the
Troy (N. Y.) Times, has been appoint
ed Minister to Greece. Ho is 43 years
old and a graduate of Cornell Univer
sity. It is ropoi ted that tho American
citizens in Venezuela arc in danger
of attack and that warships arc
needed to protect American inter
Miss Alta Rockefeller has boon
cured of deafness which she had had
since childhood. New ear drums
wcro grown and she can now hear
tho ticking of a watch.
Porto Rico will enforco her claim
of $2,500,000 against Cuba, when
American control ceases thoro. The
Spanish Government exacted this
amouut for war purposes.
Italians imported to Florence, Col.,
to work iu a smelter aro threatened
by the Smoltors' Union and tho Ita
lian Consul at Denver has appealed
to tho Governor of thp Stato for
their protection'. Tho Italian Embas
sador has also been notified.
P.O. BOX 100
Aro offered to our patrons at
prices so low that they are
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HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO,
BOX 769,. HONOLULU.
LADIES DRESS GOODS
Qoods delivered in Wnihce, Monday, Thurs
day and Saturday; in Wnlluku undWalkapu
TELEPHONE No. 100
Freight Paia; on all
Orders of $10 and
H. L. CHASE
Portrait ajjd Landscape Photographer
Market Street, opp. Saloon,
Neat Fty fHffFat??ll
i4rk-o from all trsiM
To Hotel direct
Menls 35 Cents
: : MAUI, T. H
PAIA - . - MAUI.
Telmhohj! No, 155
Tel. No. 244.