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WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1901.
NUMBER 1 1
TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS! P
A. N. KEPOIKAI
Arron'xr.v at Law
Attorney at LAV
uAHAlNA, . . MAUI
Attorney at Lam
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
Attorney ani Counsem-oh
Onico: Occidental Hotul, corner of King nnd
'HONOLULU, . . T. H.
JJLAMES K. SAUNDERS.
Attorney at Law.
Heal Kstuto, llusltuvsi nud Collcctiuu Ag ncy,
JOHN WEDDI.CK, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
WAILUKU, . MAUI
Physician & Surgeon
KII1EI -' - - MAUI.
W. P. McCONKEY, M. D.
T'UYSICIAN & SUROKON
PAIA,' . . MAUI
W. RUSSELL BOOTH, D. D. S.
' OMeo, Main and Market
WAILUKU, t MAUI
ELDRBDGE & KAHOOKKLE
Civil Eugineers and Surveyors
P. E. LAMAR
Civil & Mining Engineer
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
SNil MARKET Si V!AlLUr C i' lii. - - IHUIf".'.
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member of Honolulu Slock KrcLnnge, Office
Campbell lllobh, Mvrchntit Street,
Telephone Mntn 101. P. O. Box 083
BEARDSLEE .& PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office Roomx 2 nnd 4, ArllnRton Annox.
Tel. Sill; P. O. Uox 78.
Sketches nnd correct cstlmntcfi
furnished ut short nottcu.
HARDY, & NAONE
MAKAWAO . . MAUI.
Telephone No. 20.
R. C. SEARLE
For. the District op
Ln luil mi Mnui.T. H.
M. R. COUNTER.
WATCHMAKER, JEWELER & OPTICIAN.
Mail orders returned postage free.
All Goods and Work Guaranteed as
P. 0. Box 827.
32 For' St.
B ISM ARK
Livery. .Feed & Sale Stable
Wji. GOODNESS, Prop.
Hacks, Carriages, 1
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUND3AN, PllOl1.
Hacks and Saddle Horses
Vineyard Street, Wailuku, Maui
Telephone ISo. 2351
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Morses
ON SHORT NOTICEJ
Carriages meet Steamers
Opp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages to let
at all hours.
Yleet eill ....
Tel. No. 244.
French may bo Prisoner
London, April 15. It is said tliat a private telegram lias been received
here to the ellcct that General French, with fi(,0 British troops, has been
captured by the Boers while his force Was enveloped in mist on the hills.
No confirmation of the report can be obtained.
Canal to bo Neutral.
New York, April 15. A special" to the World from Washington-says:
Specific provision for the neutrality of the proposed isthmian dual will
bo made in tho new treaty to- bo sigucd by Secretary. Hify and Lord
jPauncefotc, Brltish'Embassador..,. tajr,
Steamer for the Pacilic.
Syracuse, N. Y., April 13. Tho Globe Navigation Company will be
incorporated at Trenton, N. J., to own and operate steam and sailing vessels
sailing from Seattle to Pacific Coast, Alaskan, Hawaiian, Australian,
Japanese and Chinese ports. The capital, $1,000,000, is all subscribed.
Three iiOOO-ton steamships in Atlantic ports liavo been purchased and will
sail for Seattle within ten days.
Japan Plans Plain.
New York, April 12. A dispatch to tho Tribune- from London says:
Japan's attitude with regard to tho Chinese situation !s now more
clearly defined. When the Chinese court returns to Peking another pro
test will, it is said, bo sent to Russia against tho occupation of Manchuria.
The Russian Minister in Peking is reported to have been instructed to
adopt a policy of tcrrorization toward China, in the hope of compelling the
imperial court to agree to a Manchurian treaty.
After Big Indemnity.
New York, April 12. A special to the Herald from Washington says:
Information received by the Stato Department shows u decided disin
clination on tho uart of some of tho Powers to accept tho suggestion of
this Government that tl.ey materially reduce iheir claims for indemnity
against China. Mr. Rockhill has earnestly pressed his colleagues to urge
their governments to bo moderate, but it is apparent to. the officials hero
that his representations will likely have little effect.
War Risk Demanded,
San Franciscu, April 12. The Examiner says:
Vessels bound from this coast to Chinese and Japaneso ports must
carry extra insurance and have been put on a "war risk" basis. This
means u heavy addition to the usual rates of insurance and comes in the
class as special hazards. Tho reason for this decision on the. part of
the marine underwriters is the strained relationship of Japan and Russia.
The firht vessel on which war risks"" were written was-tho Ilongkong
Maru, one of tho Japanese line. , Sho sailed yesterday and carried extra
lines of insurance on both hall and cargo.
Russia Changes Tactics.
London, April 10. "Russia has now changed her tactics" says a dis
patch to tho Daily Srail from Tokio, ''and is making desporato efforts to
secure not only Japan's neutrality, but her benevolent assistance toward
Russia's far Eastern schemes."
ONST A N T 5 V ON HAND
Saddles, Etc. Ettc.
BUSINESS AfiEiSCY AUTHORIZED TO
Smallpox is prevalent at Panama.
Cecil Rhodes is said. to bo setiousl.x
Much sickness is roporteU among
the Porto Ricaus.
The labor situation in England i.k
said to be daily growing worse.
ZMfhlasUteWstoral to his 'posi
tion as an officer of the Legion of
Philanthropist Carnegie is drivei
to his wits' end to escape chatiU
It is said that Italy is likely to be
given a free hand in Tripoli by the
The number of idle men left by the
closing of factories is causing
great anxiety in Russia.
George Murphy Smith, the Lon
don publisher, who brought oui
Thackery's works, is dead.
There is n plan to consolidate al'
the big machinery and stationary
engine plants of the United State.
A Russian company, backed by tl:
Government, has secured control '
'the Persian transportation affair."
Tho inventor of a blast furancc Is
sued Andrew Carnegie for .f)0,000,00i
for alleged infringement of patent.
Pinker t' u has postfix cly identified
tho new-found Gainsborough paint
ing as the ono stolen from Locketi
The Standard Oil people hax"c con
pletcd their smelter combine and
now control tho copper and silver
Anxiety is felt for General Ser
x'ierrc, who is operating on the Mo
roccan border and whose when -abouts
Are offend to nm putters rt
prices so low that tl.i-y atC
Write to uf for m ice Mst.i.
HONOLULU PKCTC fl'ITLY CO.
HON 7(!!). TfOKCLULU.
CHEAP FOR CAEH
"FOK ao DAYS OMIjY
Laco, Ribbons, Di-pps pocds
itul all dry goods at COST
In onKn- 'tin malco ccrt:iip. im
yroveinoiits which I sun. iiov,--contemplating,
I will sell For
CASH ALL THE DIJESs
GOODs, Laces Huts--, Shoes and
.ill my Dry-Goods for COsY
PRICE, for 80 dry only, coin,
inencing Feb. 1, PJ01.
:OMB EARLY AND T.k!e
ADVAKTAGH OF Til t
A. j. RODRIGUES.
Freight Paid on all
Orders S SO and
Msri:et Street, opp. Saloou,
Ncnt Tit Gunrnntccd
foruiiitlj V uiluliu 'T'
AH KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents per NiVjhl
Monla CI S Cents
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