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WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H., SATURDAY, 'MARCH 9, 190 J.
Attounev at Law
Tho Gcrmanln Llto In-mrancofco.
Tho Greenwich i-'lro Imuntncu Co i
A. N. KEPOIKAI
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WAILUIttjj . MAUI
Attorney at Lav
uAIIAINA, . . MAUI
Attorney at Law
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
J, M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellor
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urta of the
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WAILUKU. . . MAUI
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All Goods and Work Guaranteed as
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Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
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CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
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Hacks and Saddle Horses
AT ALL HOURS
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Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHOUT JTOTICEJ
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Hacks and Carriages to let
at all hours.
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I FHWi i 1 'Ttrwif nfmnf 'lam
Metlmen' Defeats Boors.
London, Feb. 22. The War Olfiee'lias received the following from Lord
"Klerksdorp, February '21. Mothuen's force inarelied here, having
cleared tho country tlirouh the Wohnarestadt. At Haartbeestefonteiu,
1100 Boers under Generals Do Villicrs and Lienbcnberg opposed liiin. They
held a strong position obstinately, but turned out after .sevi-re fighting in
which the Yeomanry, the Victorian Bushmen and the Lancashires distin
guished themselves. Our casualties were threo officers and thirteen men
ikj!Jd4aiiijavpflicers ana twenty-live men wounded. - The Doers lef Weigh
Teen dead on the ground and suffered severely."
Will Follow Orders.
Peking, Feb. 21. Prince Ching and Li Hung Chang have receid tele
graphic instructions from the court to notify the Ministers of tho Powers
that an edict has been issued regarding the punishment of Chinese officials,
confirmatory of the demands made by the Ministers, as follows: "General
Tung Fuh Ilsicng to be degraded and deprived of his rank; Prince Tuan
and Dtiko Lan, to be disgraced and
Chaoa Shu Chfao, to commit suicide;
to be beheaded.
Witdnnval of Sugar Guarantees.
News York, Feb. 21. The American Sugar Refining Company aiu
nounccd today that guarantees will be withdrawn at tho end of the thirty
days' contract limit on any or all portions of contracts not regularly taken
Gear Is Judge.
Washington, Feb. 19. The President today named'' George D. Coin- of
Hawaii to be secoiid Judge of the
George D. Gear, who was appointed
Hawaii, is tho man who preferred charges in the House against Delegate
Wilcox of that country. He :s an attorney.
Washington, Feb. 21. Delegate
today to opposo the confirmntion of
cuit Court. Gear in his protest against the seating of Wilco:. mndo
charges against the latter's loyalty. Wilcox now retorts by advi-.'.:ig the
President that Gear is "without qualifications for such an office r.s Judge
and U without standing in Honolulu."
Expired on Washington's Birthday tit Los AngelegVI,
San Fka.ncikco, Feb. i!2. Ex-Senator Stephen M. White, the "Little
Giant of California," as his admirers
homo in Los Angeles this morning.
stomach. Ho was 48 years of age.
sant labor with which he pursued Ins profession that of law mac" great
inroads upon his health during the past few years.
L Harness and
exiled; Prince Chuanir Yinxr Mien and
IlsuChcn Yu, Yu llsicu and Ki flain,
Circuit Court of the First Circuit of
today Judge of the Circuit Court of
Wilcox of Hawaii visited the President
George D. Gear as Judge of i':e Cir
delighted in calling him, died at lr.s
Death was due to ulceration of the
Though naturally rugged, tl e inces
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Saddles, Etc. Etc.
Carriage Repairing a Specialty
BUSlNIiSS AGENCY AUTHORIZED: TO
King Edward is now in Germany,
and will visit Ireland.
Tho Sampson-Schley dispute had
not been ended on February 1!).
An unconfirmed rumor prevails in
London that. General Do Wet has
The Filipino General Cnilles oirers
410 Mcxicrtnmpioee- for tho heads1 of
A convention will meet at Caracas
to name a candidate for President of
It is said that great excitement
prevails in Great 1 It'll ian over Ameri
can inroads on English trade.
At last reports General I)e Wet
was continuing his llight northward,
being now west of Hopetown.
It is said that the American rela
tions with Russia are not likely to
be strained over the sugar-bounty
Up to tho time of tho sailing of
the Mariposa from San Francisco no
additional bodies had been recovered
from the Rio.
Agents of big trading companies
in the Philippines have been accused
of aiding tho insurgent and a num
ber of arrests have been made.
An Arizona prospector was pinion
ed under a huge rock which fell on
his legs. He suttcred death by tl e
tortures of thirst and starvation.
An organization nrChicngo capital
ists have, resolved lo devote ?l,('t;0,
OtiO to the rawing of beets to com
pete with the sugar trust; 1(1. COO
acres of Indiana lar.d have bien
bought f'ir the purpose.
'Thc London Saturday Review says':
"They who far.cy we are going lo
get anything in Alaska in return for
further concessions in Nicaragua
must be willing dupes; Russia is
giving an object lesson in the proper
way of running an American bin!!."
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