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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, April 13, 1901, Image 1',
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WA1LUKU, MAUI, T. H., SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1901.
I . I KI . III f Ek.-
A. N. KEPOIKAI
ArroiiNKlr at Law
Attorney at Law
BVHAINA. . Mi
i ,, ANTONIO 'TAV ARES
$ Attounkv at Law
'tf. M. KANEKUA
;' Attorney and Counsellor
OGIco: OcctacnUl Ugle), corner or King and
'JAMES K. SAUNDERS.
Attorney at Law.
tcal Ustate, Business and Colk'etlou Agcucy,
JOHN WBDDIOK, M. D.
Physician- & Sukheon
, DR DINEGAR.
PtIYSICIAN it SUHOKON
'klHEI , - - - MAUI.
W. P. McCONKEY, M. D.
PlVYSIClAN it SURGEON
W. RUSSELL. BOOTHS, D. D S.
. ,, Ofllco, Main A5i Market
WAILUKU, . MAUI
ELDREDGE & KAHPOKELE
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
P. E. LAMAR
Civil & Mining Engineer
Fancy Goods l
. . & Wares.
Large Stock of.
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU.
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member of Honolulu Stock Kxclinngo, Offlco
Campbell lllobk, Merbliaut Street,
Telephone iMntn 10 1 1
P. O. Box 083
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
Architects & Builderr
Ofllco ltooras 2 nnrl 4, ArllnRton Annex.
Tel. SW; I. O. Hox 778.
HONOLULU, - T. H.
furnished nt short uotlco.
HARDY. & NAONE
MAKAWAO . . MAUI.
Telephone No. 202.
R. C. SEARLE
Fon THE DlSTHICT 01'
Lnhainn Maui. T. II.
M. R. COUNTER.
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER & OPTICIAN.
Mail orders returned postage free.
All Goods and Work Guaranteed as
P. O. Box 827.
532 For'. St.
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
Wm. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL. STEAMERS,
HANS AMUNDSAN, Tlior.
Sacks and Saddle Horses
Vineyard Sti O'it, Wailuku, Maui
Tolephono No. 2-35
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies anil Saddle Horses
ON SHOUT NOTICE!
Cas'iMajies meet Steamers
TELEPHONE NO. (
Opp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
flacks ahd Cat'i'ioijes to let
at all hours.
Tel. No. 244.
General Funston Captures Aguinaldo.
Manila. March 28. General Frederick Futiston's (Inline nrm'ppt frr
the capture of Aguinaldo in his hiding
lsianu ot ijuzon, lias proven completely succcsstui. Aguinaklo was cap
tured there on 'Jlarch '23d. The United States gunboat Vicksburg, Cor
mander E. B. Barry, with Gcno-al FinTston and Aguinnldo on board,
arrived hero this morning. When captured,, Aguinnldo was tremendously
excited, but calmed down under General-in.ton's assurance that he will
bo well treated. General Funston secured, all of Aguinnldo's correspon
dence, showing that he kept in close touch with the sub-chiefs of iho in
surrcction in all narts of the archinelairo.Slt was discovered that Amiinal-
do bri'January 28th had proclaimcd'himsMr dictator;? Helinubeen-living
in Panlanan for seven montlis.
The Latest; Dispatches
Paris, March 2fl. An interview with Regidor .Tubado, who claims to bo
the Filipino agent in Europe, is published here. Ho says ho has received
the following cablegrahi from New York: "According to precise informa
tion the man captured is not President Emilio Aguinnldo, but Baklomoro
Aguinaldo, chief of the gon'eral staff and Emilio.'s cousin."
More Filipinos Captured.
Manila, March 29. Brigadier General "William A. Kobb reports sur
render Sumulao, Mindanao, ! ofli'cers, 150 men, 187 rifles, 80 shotguns,
Capistrano's command. This ends trouble Mindanao as far as Filipinos
concerned. "Brigadier General Robert P. Hughes reports Allkpali and
Ruiz, 34 guns, surrendered to Captain David Shanks, Eighteen Infantry!
at Mamburao: 20G guus Fulton's command surrendered to Lieutenant
William S. Scott. Forty-lourth Infantry. ' "MAC ARTHUR."
To Pay Hawaiian .Debt
Washington, March 21!. W. F .McLennon, Chief of the Warrant,
Divssion, and W. W. Ludlow, one of the officials of the Auditor's office,'
Treasury Department, will sail for Honolulu about the middle- of April fci-j
the purpose of paying 1he bonded debt of the Islands.
Jupah Making Ready'.
ml. fin - (1
London, March 28. The Japanese cruiser Iwate, recently constructed
at the Elswick works, left Devonpor't for the, Faiv East, .e.arly Tuesday
morning, instead of departing next Saturday, as, was originally intended.
S'le shipped her ammunition while, sho , was ..coaling, and to hastily tlu.t
portions were left behind. Judging from remarks made, by her officer?,
they seemed to anticipate u coivfliet bptwecn Groat Eritain and Russia, 'n
which event they said the Japanese and British fleets would c :-opeiitc.
to ' . ,
Porto Ricans Coming.
Ponce, Porto Rico,- March 27. The American steamship Calilorir'an,
which sailed from Guanieo yesterday for New Orleans, has on board 809
emigrants destined for Hawaii. Of the number 395 arc men, and tho re
mainder are women and children. The emigrants are physically superior
to those of the previous expedition.
9 smMmWmwLfm tw-- mm?tH, ?
. COIV1PANY LTD.
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' 'HAVE CONSTANTLY OIN H'A'N'O 'J
I Horses Coi'Viafies
Mufes. Wagons, -
J ' MUc'hfCows Hapaoss t
Saddles, Etc. Etc;
9 . " (
p1a0 in the province of Isabella,
Carriage Repairing u- Specialty.
BUSINESS AGENCY AUTHORIZED! TO 'RECEIVE ORDERS.
There aro revert I cases of small- "
pox in Des Moines, In,.
Tho story that Krueger is cou.ing
to America has been denied.
Jam ps f trpl'pr.s, t.-e Fenian "Head
Center" in 180(1, died at Dublin.
The Boors suffered heavy loss in a
recent engagement with General
It is rumorcd.ihat.Sii1, Alfred Mil-,
i i in ii ii iwf.iwi, "'mii hi wi.mim
ncr, Governor of tpeTransvnnt, will
resign his office.
On account of tho plague, Bremor
haven has quarantined against all
Frederick Funstrn, caplurer of
Aguinaldo, will be made a Brigadier
General in the regular army.
The Japanese troops in the Chinese
prdvinco of Fc-chi-H will be replaced
by a force fiO per cent stronger.
An official organ of tho. BrnzPian,
Gov2riunent says that th9,. monarch-!
1st conspiracy had obtained tho co
operation of two battalions of infan
try and two troops of cavalry.
Advices, front New York have it
that stec, prices have once more ad
vanced ami that tho pay of iron
workers has been raised and the
vagc3 of English laborers reduced;
An ancient Chinese tablet with the
characters so worn that they were
undecipherable ha3 been found in the
destroyed wall at Ticn-Tsln. There
is much indignation ampr.g the Chi
nese at Tien-Tsin over the destruct
ion of the wall.
Shanghai papers tell of friction
which has arisen betwceji ll.o Rus-,
sians and British in North China over
the recent cruise, after tl;e pirates
in the Gulf of Pe-ehi-li-by the British
cruiser Plover. ''TJvc Russians claim'
that (he pirates were taken from
Russian territory, which claim tl e
British refuse. 1
S, "CV -y "V -9.
Are rfforrd to ot r patrtr.s nt
prices o low that they ai '
Write to us for price Hat?.
. CA'MERAS kWAlRED
HONOLULU PHOTO SUITLY CO.
BOX 7C!). HONOLULU.
CHEAP FOR CASH
FOll 30 DAYS 02s'LV
Lafco, Ribbons, Dress 'p(oods
uid all dry goods at COST
PRICE. la order, to malio certain im
provements which I am now
contemplating, I will sell For
CASH ALL THE DRBSs
GOODs, Laces, Hats, Shoes and
all my Dry-Goods for COsT
PRICE, for 30 day only, com
mencing Feb. 1, l'JOl.
COMB EARLY AND TAKE
ADVANTAGE OP THE
Freight Paid on all
Orders of '$10 and
Mnrliol Struet, opp. Saloon, 1
Neat Fit Guaranteed
formerly WniloUu Hotol
f All KKE, Proprietor
fiods 50 Cents per Niht '3m
A Vlenla 35 Cents