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WAELUKU, MAUI, T. H., SATURDAY, MARCH 16, J901.
Attoknuy at Law
Tha nornianiii J.tfc Insurance Co.
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A. N. KEPOIKAI
Attounkv at Law
"WAILUKU, . MAUI
Attorney at Law
jjAIIAINA, . ., MAUI
Attorney at Law
MAKAWAO, . MAUI
"Uon . sale pKUA
Attounkv' ai Counsellor
Onico: Occidental Hotel, corner ot King aud
DAVIS & GEAR
ATTimxKvs Counsellors at Law
Practice in all tit'.- urtsottUu
Territory ot Htf.ill anil tlio Federal Courts.
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JOHN WEDDIOK, M. D.
, ' Physician & Surgeon
TTAILUKU, . . MAUI
Physician & Surgeon
KIIIBI - - - MAUI.
V. P. McCONKEY, 31. D.
Physician & Surgeon
PAIA, . MAUI
R. J. McGETTICAN, W. D
Physician & Surgeon
HAN A, . . MAUI
W. RUSSELL BOOTR, D. D. S.
Office, Main and Market
VTAILUKU, . . MAUI
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furnished at Miort notice
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MAKAWAO . . MAUI.
Telephone No. 20:i.
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Pou the District of
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All Goods and Work Guaranteed as
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ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUNDSAN, Pltoi'.
Hacks ami Saddle Horses
Vineyard Street, 'Wailului, Maui
Telephone No. 23 5
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHOUT NOTICE!
Carriages meet Steamers
Opp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
E. U. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages to let
at all hours.
Meet all ...
PAIA r - MAUI.
Measures I&r IJuwnii.
Washington, March 5. During Ui,tcloMii' hours of the session there
were passed three bills or clauses which greatly titfect the Hawaiian
Islands. The most important, nerlmn is a hill which puts in the power
of the Secretary to the Treasury thoftreation of such sub-ports of entry
as may bo considered desirable in thoxMands. In the bill which allows
the depositing of customs receipts in national depositories in Porto Rico,
Alaska and-Hawaii the amendment to'eotlon filiW of the i'icvi.-.ed Statutes
will stop an annual drain of nearly a million dollars from thu Islands, the
money heretofore having been sent to the Sub-Treasury. In the sundry
civil bill there is a clause which authorizes the redemption of the bonds
of the Republic ot Hawaii and appropriates over $U,000,0(IO for that pur
pose and payment of interest, which will be duo before payment may be
No Trace of Wreck.
San Francisco, March -1. The Japanese divers, who arc proving them
selves to bo wonderful workers at extreme depths, wore out again for
several hours yesterday trying to locate the wreck of the Rio. On
Saturday they began with the red buoy and the spot where Pilot Jordan
"located" the wreck', and worked backward and forward for nearly
a mile to the west. They changed their tactics yesterday, trying the
bottom nearer the shoie and close up the reef. Inmost of their work
they walked or. the bottom, following their boat, which was in tow of the
tug Alert. Again they found no trace.
Attacked The Emperor.
Berlin, March 7. An attack upon Emperor William by Dietrich Weiland,
was made while- the former was driving from the Rathskeller to the
railwav station. The Einnorm was struck on t.lin r.linol.- inat. hnlmv lm
Vlght eye. He was not seriously iniured.
ThcnssiiilanVollipavor William in trying to escape fell under the
horses of the escort riding behTii3(5.n curriage. The escort handed the
man over to the police.
Do Wol Advifced Surrender. "
London, Feb. 28. Commandant Dc Wot recently advised Commandant
Hcrtzog that unless the raid into Cape'Colony proved a signal success it
would be better to consider the advisability of surrendering.
Rloeinfontein, 'Orange River Colony, Wednesday, March I!. It is re
ported that General De Wet is now without guns and hard pressed.
Cable Bill Killed.
Washington, Feb. 27. Senator Perkins' amendment to the sundry
civil bill appropriating SCiUOjOOO for a cable, from San Francisco tj Hoiu -lulu,
was stricken out by the Committee- on Appropriations today after a
vigprous light had been -made in its behalf.
Death List of Rio de Janeiro.
San FitANcisco, Fob. 2."). The total number drowned in the wreck of
fie steamer City of Rio de Janeiro was ll.'i white and 87 Asiatic passengers,
13 white oflicers and men, and 14 Asiatics belonging to the crow, Of 17
women aboard, only three were saved. Latest accounts state tl at
Captain Ward remained on the bridge until the ship foundered.
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,HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Carriage Repairing a Soecialtv
BUSINESS AGENCY AUTHORIZED! TO
The appointin-iii of George I).
Hear to be Circuit Judge of the lirsi
Circuit Was confirmed by the Senate
The Queen Vict iria Memorial
Committee decided that the memorial
shall be of a personal and momimen
talh'iTfactor. ' -'-.- , .
The President reappointed all
members of his Cabinet. Attorney
General Griggs will not retire till
his succccsor is decided upon. .
The foreign ministers consistently
ignored the Empress Dowager
thro gliout the negotiations, re
cogi izing the Emperor, alone.
t Scion fresh cases ot plague a'
Cape Town are reported, including
two Europeans. The majority cr
the cases have been traced to rat:'
Firsh oppo.-dtion is being shown t
the Jesuits in Spain and Portuga',
owintr to the detention of several
heirivscs in the convents of the oiVer.
A strong force of friendly tribes
mm has been sent to supplement
the Indian troons preparing I.
suppress the mad mullah, who is
raiding the Anglo-Abyssinian front
ier. In making excavations for founda
tions at South Kensington, foss'l
bones of primeval horses, elephants,
a'ii(l a Sarsen stone, similar ti the
stone" ttv Stonehenge, wore un
earthed. It is ostimaterlthat fie Doers
lost a thousand inli!Jed, wound ed
and prisoners during January, over
200 dead b-iing actually'VanU1
The ' v;ses m February up to the
sen, "'c csthnutcd at POO.
S.'veral members of the South
Canterbury Acclimatization ociet;.
recently visited a bush renom
of 800 acres at tie foot of -tin
Dun '.or Hills, N. 'A., and came to
the ronelution that the reserve
would be suitable for the libcratim
of wallabies aud opesums.
Are offered to bur;patrons at
prices So low that t':ey ar
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