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I'A. N. KEPOIKAI
Attokney at Law
f.:i 'ATmnjsv.v at Lav
' " Attorney at Law
Attokney and Counsem,ou
FOmcc: Occidental Ilotrl, corner of King nnd
HONOLULU, . . T. II.
DAVIS & GEAR
I Attorneys & Counsellors at Law
p Practtro In nil Iho
j Territory ol lUvnli imd
tliu Federal Courts.
ROOMS 302, 202, 203 Judd Building
JAMES K. SAUNDERS.
Attorney at Law.
MSciil Mutate, llustncM Hurt Collection Agency,
I NOTARY PUHL1C.
JOHN WEDDICK, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
(WAILUKU, . MAUI
Physician & Surgeon
KIHEI - - - maui.
W. P. McCONKEY, M. D,
J' I'JIYSlCJAtf & SUR0E0N
PAIA, . . MAUI
W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. S
; Office, Main and Market
IwAILUKU. . . MAUI
h, bSDR EJ5GE & KAIIOOKELE
(t Civil Engineers find Survoyors
u Fancy Pooclp .
?Urge Stock of
j Canned Goods & Fruits.
fMARKET ST WAILUKU
Stock and Bond Broker.
JIcmberofHonolulu Stock Kxclinnge, Ortlco
Cuinpboll IJlobk, Mcrelmnt Streot,
Telephone iMnln 101.
P. O. Uox U83
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Onlce Rooms 2 nntl 4. ArJIncton Annex.
Tel. !K9; P. O. Uox 778.
Sketches and correct estimates
. lurnlshed at short notice.
HARDY, & NAONE
MAKAWAO . . MAUI,
Telephone No, 202.
R. C. SEARLE
Foil the District op
Maul. T. II.
M. R. COUNTER.
WATCHMAKER, jeweler & OPTICIAN.
Mail orders returned postage free.
All Goods and Work Guaranteed as
P. O. Box 827.
532 Forv St.
Livery, Feed Sale Stable
Wm. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
Hacks and Saddle Horses
Vineyard Street, Wailuku, Maui
Telephone No. 23 5
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTICEI
Carriages meet Steamers
Opp. lao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages to let
at all hours.
yVLeet Eill , . . .
Tel, No. 24-4,
FATA - - KAU
WAELUKU, MAUI, T. H.,
London, March 215 .The Foreign Ollice iwid the 'Chinese Minister in
formed the Associated Press at(i:lf p. m. today that the Manehurian treaty
had not boon signed, according to their latest advices today. Whether it
would be signed or not they werci3rrablo to say.
'.Undo Sain Neutral. '
kNkw York, Marcih:2(i. According to a Washington special to the Tri-
bune, the United :Statcs has itst declined to enter a protest against the
seizure of Manchuria by Russia, although approached, by .other, powers
with that endm view and warned by them tlittMli&wionjBummfttiori'- ofthc,
negotiations today in Stf Petersburg would inrf'urc the dismemberment of
the Chinese Empire and probably lead the war in the Orient.
China Appeals to Powers.
London, March 25. The Chinese Minister, Chih Chen Lo Feng Luh,
called at the Foreign Ollice today and urged the government to bring
pressure to bear in order to prevent Russia from securing the necessary
signrturesof the Manchm-ian agreement. The Foreign Ollice is still in the
dark tonight as to whether the agreement will be signed or allowed to lnp.-e
when the time expires, March 2(!. The ollicials of tho Japanese Lcgutio:
arc inclined to believe that Russia will succeed in getting tho necetsa- .
Boers in Bad Luck.
Pretoria, March 2."). Babingtou's force, including Sheklcton's column,
attacked Dclaroy, 1,000 strong, southwest of Veutcrsdorp, and, having C -featcd
him, followed him rapidly with the result that the Boers' reargue, u
was driven in and their convoy captured. at Vaalsbauk. The British troo;-'-displayed
great gallantry and dash. They captured two lo-pounder gu.
and one pompon, six Maxims, H50 rounds of big ammunition, 15,000 rouix".-.
of small ammunition, 1(50' rifles, 53 wagons and 24 carts, besides taking 14
prisoners. The English loss was flight. Many Boers wei c killed or woui:dn
, No Better Terms.
London. March 25. The Colonial Secretary, Mr. Chamberlain, whim
asked im tho f louse of Commons today if it was possible to change the offer
of pt ace terms to tho Boers, said the negotiations were closed and then
was no intention of re opening them.
Japan may Block Russia.
New York, March 23. A cable to the Tribune from London says: If
tho ulterior designs of Russia in Manchuria have been concealed by thc:
Anglo-German agreement it is no longer a secret. -that neither Germany
nor England will offor resistance, to
t .1 . 1- a l - r
umuruu nur ucuianus upon inv, vucan govornuieni ;ma,cnnno-i uoponu .
on the support of Germany and 'England. If Japanese pationce has been;
exhausted tho movement of a fleet toward Corea may involve a dotcrntir.c d
effort to obtained compensations, even at tho risk of war wi'h Rush! ..
England is not likely to do anything to pi event that war.
. COMPANY LTD.
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HWS3 CONSTANTLY CISHflND' .
i Hor.ses . Carriages i.
1 Mules Wagons ,
J MiloiilCows Harness J
- Saddles, Etc. Etc.
SATURDAY; APRIL. 6,
them. Japan has.not 'boon tallowed to
a i - i i 1
Carriage Repairing a Specialty
BUSINESS AGENCY AUTHORIZECI TO RECEIVE ORDERS.
Pitt to RU.Mii pian'ton; want Gov
eminent aid in the form of a loan.
Minnesota prohibits the manufact
ure, sale or givi.ig away of cigarette..
Sixty thousand acres in Eastern
Cuba are now being planted to sugar
President McKinlc-y recently posed
for a half-hour for a colored woman
mostly from Boston, recently joined
The War Department has author
ized twelve additional companies of
Japan denies that it luw communi
cated with Russia in reguid to the
Lansdowuc- will make public the
document rejecting the Senate
Amendments to compact.
Secretary Root and General Coi bin
will leave San Franekco fortlie Phil
ippines about the middle of May.
The New York police have, sent
out a general alarm in thcicase of,
Mrs. Neville Castle (well .known in,
Honolulu), who is missing.
A bill has been introduced into the
Pennsylvania Legislature providing;
a tax upon bachelors, the procecdsl
to go to the maintenance of a homo:
for old unmarried. ladies. :
Diver Soren.on cjaluis to l.sr,
found th v. reck of the tiio, weieli Ik
jjavs is.closc.to .-diorc,. He Iuk form-
cd a .company to salve, -the wreck,
which is expected to yield tUOOjOOO.lj
Lucy -.Pago Gaston, pie'i(1e:it of
tho, Anti-Cigarette Society, "has ere
a led a HouGtition in Chicago -by at
tacks on the f.oeioly women of that
city, who, she n-jserts. nro generally
addicted to the cigarette habit.
Are flTercd to our put reus at
prices so low that . they . nro
Write to us for price, lists-.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUIFLY CO.
BOX 7CH. UQXOLIIIIU.
.GHRAP JKQU .CASH.
FOB 30 AVS O'XIjT.
iLiico, Ribbons, .Dms goti!;
and all dry ,go.ds at .COST
Jiii ont'mr to .lna'co centmin ini
prov.anmntfi which I am .now
.oimtemplitting, I w.ill soil For
GASH ALL THE JRBSs'
GOODS, Lacies, Hats, Shoes mui
all my Dry-Goods fcr ' COsT
for SO ctay only, .com
mencing Feb. 1, K01.
ADVANTAGE C" TJf E
A. J. RODRIGUES.
9, 5 pi
Freight Paid on all
Orders or gSOan'd ..
I UONG TUCK
Marlsot Street, ojip. Saloon,
Net Pit Gtini'Mntccd
formerly Wailuku Hotel
AH KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents per Night
Meals 35 Cents
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