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f'p MAUI' ' NEWS 1
VC"jl"VIE-" " WA1LUKU, MAUI, T H., SATURDAYANUY 26, 90) " " ' NUMBER j-T j
. PROFESSiNQAL CARDS Forb.cn'WbwT TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS Paffmftaq 1
ATtoRNnvs SiiBVstoa . UCtlliSSI
ANrxoiiNEV at Law
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The hcminnln Lite Insurance Crt.
ill I uu uibdun un l llu illlluilUVV UV .
V. N. KepOIKAi T
Attorney At Ijat,'
i,? . Attorney At Law .
- JUAftAWAU. . - MAUI
J. Mi KANEKUA
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Dlftce: Oeciilcntnl Hole), corner bi King and
; Aiatca mruots.
HONOLULU, . - , . - , ,T. H.
DAVIS & GEAR,
Attorneys .t Counsellors at Law
Practice In.nll tbq urts of tho . ,
'ffrrltory of II null and , the Federal Courts.
'tfOOMS 302, 2d5i Sdu judil HtiihtlnA
HONOLULU, - - T. H.
,1 -. ' I II' n ;
JAMES K. SAUNDERS.
' ' ,! .' ,
Attorney at Law.
Real Estate, IIU8lno,s nudlt'ollcctldil Afeimey
!J0HN WEDDICK, Ml D.
Physician & Surgeon
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PHYSICIAN & SUIIGEON
"K"W- F. McCONKEV, M. Di
Physician & Surgeon
R. J. McGElTIGAN, M. D
Physician & Surgeon
' W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. SJ
Office1, Main and Market
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H. ELt)b,EDGE 4 , ,
8ortV$VQB & Civil EsginIkA
JAB. lv. TAYLOR.m." Am. s'c. c. K.
" Ea'; CossyLTiNG Hydraulic
'00 Judd Block
rrEa ; , ... j 1
mm , - w i i.niuuau
Beardslee & e'age
Architects it Builders
Ofllco Rooms 2 ntfd 4, Arjinetcn Anner.
Honolulu; ',., " .
Sketches aHd cbrt'ect estimates
furnished at &hort uotlco
HARDY, & NAONE
MAKAWAO . . MAUI,
Telephone No. 203!
R. C. 8KARLE
For the JDlstRicT or,
Lahnhib MuuS. T. H.
M. Rt COUNTER.
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WATCHMAKEtl, JEAVELeR & olTICIAN.
Mail ord'ohs returned po?ltigfc free.
All Gudds and Work1, Gftitivahtced as
P. O. Box 827.
532 Ton. St.
Livelt f4lMi Stable
Wm; GOODNESS, Prop.'jS. c.
.;uc.. (..j ..j j.,- ,
. , ION SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
ilANS AMUNDSAN, Pltoi'. j
' C 1).. ii
ffacEaW SaMle Horses
VmcvtiT(i Street. AVa-Julfu, Maui
i eiepnone iu. -
JOHN DOREGO, Pi'op. ;
Carriage Bdggies and Saddle iiorse
'On short N'OTfc'E;
Carriages meet Steamersi
Opp. lao Saloon, Wailulcu, Maui
E. H. PIEPER, Pivop.
Hacks and Carriages to let
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Meet all .... t
Tel. No. S-4.
PAIA - - - MAI' I.
Bobra Aiivitilc'itig on Capo Colony.
London, jan.ll. "Five thousand Boors supposed tobe trblckihg oast from
Vrybtirg," ays thp Cape Town correspondent of tho Dally Mall, "are now
making their way into the. heart of Cape Colony. The supposition is that
they have captured several small garrisons along tho way."
London, Jan. 11, b,a. m. The situation in South Africa grows vor.se
rather than cttbl Loril if i,tqhcnor'l dispatches anymore laconic than
those of Lo'fd Ktiberts and littlo felso of Importances' is allbwctl tb 'fibnitl
The Ddnisli Islands.
London, .Tali, il. A dispatch from Conenhagen to the Morning fost
says the propositi to sell tho Danish West Indies to the United Slates
seems to have b'Ccn definitely .abandoned. Tho ratification of an economic
treaty between Denmark Unit the United States affecting the islands Is re
garded as imihihent.
Chlhe&e Sigh Joint NbtO.
ParIs', Jan. 10. As 11 result of inquires in tiulhoritativo quarters, the As
sociated Pt ess is given the following statement In regard to tho Chinese sit
uation "The Chinese plenipotentiaries signed the joint note yesterday,
thus concluding the preliminary stage of the negotiations."
London, Jan. I). "Dr. Mumih Von Scliwartze'n'st'cin, 'German minister to
Chinaj today communicated his wish,'"' says tho Peking correspondent of
tho Times-, wiring yesterday, "that Prince Chun Yu, younger brother of
tho Emperor Kwanrj Hsu, shoujd be sent as the imperial envoy to Berlin.
ThePrhic'e hi'mS'elf is leaving Peking and "desires to undertake the mission.
Ho is 17 years old. Prince Su has already assented to proceed to Berlin. "
Emperor May Return.
Shanghai, Jhn. 0. A newspaper of tin's city publishes a letter from
Siau Fu announcing that the Emperor has fully determined to rVstim to Pe
king to administer the reformed government. Accot'diug to 'this letter, ,
the Empress Dowager oilers no opposition to the Emperor's determination.;
. . Army Canteen Abolished. 1
Washington, Jan. 0. The Senate today, by a decisive vote', 'concurred in
tho House provision relating to 'the abolition of the army canteen. C.'nly lij
votes could be mustered in the fecivate in favor of the canteen; 'M wore cast
agaipstit. i t f
Uncle Sum to Defend ftinuina.
Washington, Jan. S.-Tli6ro is Reason to believe that the United Stated
Government will adopt a Vigorous line
it attacked or thore is any interruption of the transit facilities of the isth-1
mus. According to a treaty arrangement with 'Columbia, the United
States has been given a certain measure tif protection over the peaceful
conduct of traffic across the isthmus.
of action in case the citv of Panama
H AVE CONSTANTLY ON HNIi
.Saddles, Etc. Etc.
BUSINESS AGENCY AUTHORIZE TO
There are 207 cases of smallpox in
President McKinlcy has a bad at
tack of the grip. ' ',
Seattle will build onc (5f the battle
ships. ' The Vaticttn! Is said to favor the
Boer cause - . . . X
There is an 1 outbreak of bubonic
plague at Vladivostok.
Twenty-six Filipino leaders have
been dopbrted to Guam.
C1U7.011 expresses thanks for
American fainino contributions.
Los Angeles will have a flortll fete
during the President's visit.
Canada is organizing a corps of
Rough Riders for service in Africa.
Important and satisfactory tests
have been made with French sub
C: W. Pcndlotdh; of Los Angeles,
has boon elected speaker of the!
California Assembly. j
George M. Pullman losing health
and cash in the gambling resorts ofS
Phoenix. A,. T.
Chariots Hay's, the new 'esid(.nt
of the Southern Pacific, will take the
railroad out of politics".
Surgeon General Sternberg ignores
tbe reports 61 plague from Dr. Kin-
yofun, of San Frtmcisco.
It is charged that the Czar, in his
Manchuriuu treaty, agrees t6 'defend'
China in case of attack
A three year old child 1h Men-i
docino county, California, was
rescu.;U by, hunters wmlc being car-i
ried off by h bear.
ii. uirui u.Ttii; 1. iriiniiinaiLfu in uli ii
formed a Bloemfontem to induce
Steyn and Do Wet to accept Kitchen
,1, M '1
olTcrqtlto pur, patrons tf
so !ow that they aro
Write to us for price lists.
Alto Wolro Supply co.
CrltfAP W)R CASH
Foil U 'only -a
idp' llibbonfi, ,. .brefss goods H&i
(H!1 dr'y food's ut COSTijR
:W , .. ... n , JK
.i1-' fo iny'o .certain im-
proVeInnJ.s U'hiiih 1 1 ,tuin now-,
con'triiiiiilnYhiji-. T win rli cJl ',
C.ABtn AIT IT UK V!r'iterc. ",'3
GOOps,Lac((-:ij, 'Hals, Shoes and rl
all.njy. .'y'oddfj fj?r COsT-'J
mWfr-r 1 'V'. nil
f Kp, ,ipr( ifu uy only, com
moncfrig Feb. 1, iJ0'l.
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COMB EARLY AND TAlfe
AJyANT,AaE pR TJflE j
'Freight Paid on all
Orders o? $10 and '
farWof Stroat, opp. fialoon,
Neut Fit, 6uoi'anteed
furiocrljr Wall'ultu Hotel
Bods 50 fiwts pur Nljjht
Menlo 3 S Cunlu
MAUI. T. H