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I , ' ' VOLUME M VA1LUKU, MAUI, T. rf.,"sATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1901. " " ' NUMMR?3
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TI10 OOnimnla Llfu IAunvnco Co.
Tho ureenvrlon Firu
A. N. KEPOIKAI
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Attorney h Lav !
uAHAINA, . j . MAPI
' Attorney at Law
J. M. KANEKjfJA
Attorney Jnd Counsellor
Oflleo: Occidental flotol, cornor 01 tving anu
DAVIS & GEAR
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Territory of Hnwill and tho Federal Courts.
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Physician & Surgeon
Physician & Surgeon
W.P. McCONKEY, D.
Physician & Surgeon
PAIA. " . . MAUI
R. J. McGElTIGAN, M. D
Physician & Surgeon
hikzxr r . MAUI
W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. S
, Office, Main and Market
H ELDREDGE 5
Surveyor & Civn, Engineer
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
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All Goods and Work Guaranteed as
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Liyery, Feed & Sale Stable
W.M. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS 'AMUNDS AN, I'ltor.
Hacks and Saddle Morses
Vineyard Street, Wailuku, Maui
Telephone No. 235
' JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHOUT NOTICE
Carriages meet Steamers
Opp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
E. H. PIEEER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages to let
at all hours.
Tel, No. l2A-r.
New York, Feb. !). A dispakilr -to the World from London says: An
important development in the direction of peaeelin South Africa is boliced
to do impciuiing. ucneral feir Evelyn ood, who brought about
arrangement with the Boers affeMajuba (tho final battle ol the Boer v.ar
of 1880-81, ending in British defeat) is going out in a special capacity, .-o
bably as a commissioner, whicli Sill enable him to treat with tho L.er
generals. ' K
His appoiniment will be a virtual superseding of Lord Kilchcner, who,
it is expected, will soon bo relieved rfnd become commander-in-chief in Lv'.Ia.
J-he scheme, winch it is behevcuun
the ending of tho war undoubtedly is
was actuated oy tne advice of tho Kaiser.
Will Be Prince of Wales.
Allahaiiad, Feb. If. The belief is'reiterated by well-informed perj-rrs
hero that the Duko of Comiaught will bo appointed commander-m-ehie: o'f
the British forces in India.
London, Feb. !). King Edward, it is semi-onicially asserted, desires it
to be known that the Duke of Cornwall and York will not be created Prince
of Wales until after his visit to the Colonios.
Rodgers for Asiatic Station.
New York, Feb. !). A special to the Herald from Washington says:
Rear Admiral Frederick Rodgers will probably be the next commander
in chief of the Asiatic station.
Chinese Are Citizens.
Washington, Feb. 7. Tho Treasury
Collector of Customs at Honolulu to
the former Republic of Hawaii should
bonds. This request raised the question of whether Hawaiian Chinese
were citizens of the United States and
by the Treasury Department in this
More Porto Ricans Cor Hawaii.
New York, Feb. 7. A cable to the Sun from Ponce, Porto Rico, says:
Tho steamship California sailed from
Orleans with 800 Porto Ricans, who
emigrants wert? amazed at the quarters provided for them and the quality
of the food furnished! Governor Allen and Secretary Hunt of Porto Rico
inspected the facilities on the steamship before she was allowed to depart.
De Wot annexing Cape Colony.
London, February U. A special dispatch from Cape Towu says that
General Do Wet, according to Capo Town reports, intends to annex various
districts of Cape Colony and then to
he is not urging the colonists lo join him.. m
The war otllco received a very heavy South African casualty list yester
day, showing, in addition to thirteen killed and seventy-seven wounded in
action, eighty-two deaths from disease during the present month. Las'
month thirty officers nnd 800 non-commissioned officers and men were killed
in action or died from disease. The total death list from the beginning of
tho war shows 12,039 victims.
the best informed circles, is afoot for.
duo to the influence of the King, 'Who'
Department was requested by the
decide whether Chinese citizens of
be accepted as sureties on customs
that question is decided aflirmativ -ly
case, i as it has been heretofore de
here yesterday afternoon for Now
are un their way to Hawaii. The
commandeer men and supplies, altho'
ii lit Sto
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Saddles, Etc Etc.
Carriage Repairing a Soecialtv
BUSINESS AQEKCV AU1M0WZE8T0 iitCmE &5DI.r;S.
The Schley-Sampson controversy
has been resumed in tho Srnate.
It is rumored that Aguinaldo
been seen at Indiang.
Mrs. Nation thrcattfus to'try Iter,
hatehot on Chicago fetiloon.
Boers have cii't 'the Delagoa Bay
railway in 'Portuguese territory.
Russia wants Northern Chinese
railroads as part of her indemnity.
Br'an says; thewnewcuri?iiTjy frtw
gives financiers control of the public
If the Spoouor Philippine bill is not
passed there will probably be an
The Salvation Army nt Chicago
may appear on the stage in a
There is a bill in the Now York
Legislature to compel newspapers'
to use large typo.
The possibility of a Boor raid, In
pursuit of ammunition, is discur-sed
at Lourenzo Marques.
A small foraging partynfJnpane.se
and English were butchered by
Boxers near Shan Hai Kwan.
The Mindora Islanders have risen
against the rebel Filipino govern
ment and slain the Governor.
Queen Alexandra, on account of
years and infirmities, accepts her
new responsibilities with regrot.
There is a small revolution pro
gressing in Brazil and. the cruiser
Tiradentes has been ordered to
Muranos to seize some of the chiefs.
The Army and Navy will have
joint, maneuvers on a large scale on
tho Atlantic coast. Dewey will
command the lleetand Miles the
King Edward will open his first
Parliament with full State cere
monial. Queen Alexandra ..wilhact.
company tho Kitg. All the peers
will be in court dress and robe. The
King will wear robes but may omit
W r"is nm i ir- V
Are olfcrcd 1o our patrons n6';
prices ao low that IV.ev fir
V.'rito to us for price list.
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Luce, Ribbo: k. Dress
and till dry iroods at
In oj'dor Jo mn certainMnf
provomcnis v. i.u-n j. ani iuji
contouiplatii'g, I will soil Fqijj
GOODS. Laces, Hutp, Skaiujj
all my Dvy-Gcwls for fe'O sll
PRirK. for li-riwrlFi
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mencing.Feb. 1, lOOl. '.
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Orders o? SiOcncra
Market Street, opp. Salccu,
WAILUKU, - - 3IAUI
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formerly Wuiluku Hotel
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Bods 50 Ce::ts par flihtl
Mealn CS Cento