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WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H., SATURDAY, MAY 4Mn.
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FOREIGN " NEWS
A. N. KEPOIKAI
' Attorney at Law
WAILUKU, . MAUI
Attorney at Lav
.jAHAINA, . . MAUI
Attorney at Law
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellor
Onicu: Occidental Itottil, corner ol King and
HONOLULU, . . T. H.
JAMES K. SAUNDERS.'
Attorney at Law.
Real K-ttnto, llnsinoss and Collevtlon Ageucy,
' NOTARY I'UliLIC.
JOHN WEDDICK, M. D.
Physician & Sukoeon
WAILUKU, - . MAP I
DR ' DINEGAR.
Physician & Surgeon
KII-IEI - - - MA UI.
W. P. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surueon
W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. S.
Office, Main and Market
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
ELDREDGE & KAHOOKELE
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
P. E. LAMAR
Civil & Mining Engineer
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
Stock ami Bond Broker.
Member of Honolulu Rtoc1 Kxchange, Onice
C'HtiiplK-11 Illolik, Merelinut Streel,
Telephone Mnln 101. P. O.Tiox 083
OMco Ilonma S and 4, Arlington Annex, "
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HONOLULU, T. II.
Sketches and correct estimates
furnished at short notlcu
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MAKAWAO . . MAUI.
Telephone No. 20".
R. C. SEARLE
For the District of
Lahulnii Maul. T. II,
M. R. COUNTER.
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Mail orders returned postage free.
All Goods and Work Guaranteed as
P. O. Box 827.
532 For' St.
1 LIVERY STABLES.
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ivcry, Feed k Sale Stable
Wm. GOODNESS, Pro).
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUNDSAN, Pilot-.
Hacks and Saddle Morses
Vineyard Street, Wailuku, Maui
Telephone No. 235
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTICE
Carriages meet Steamers
Opp. Iao Saloon.. Wailuku, Maui
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages to let
at all hours.
Meet all , . . .
Release 1,000 Prisoners.
Manila, April 19. The manifesto of Agulnaldo, the Filipino chief, call
lug on his followers to lay down their nrmslind submit to the Americans,
will be formally issued tomorrow morning General McArthur announces
that ho" will signalize its assurance by releasing 1,000 prisoners of war.
Japan us Reformer.
LoNrN,Apr.il 20. There. arc very
hai correspondent of the Morning Post, "thatthe.Tapane.se Government
purposes to put itself at the head of the reform movement in China in
order to overthrow the Manchu dynasty, which it considers bound hand
and foot to Russia."
Peace Talk Again,
London, April 19. The Sun today, confirming" the" report that the
peace negotiations between Lord Kitchener and the ttocr Generals have
been renewed, suggests that something is likely to bo effected during Sir
Alfred Milner's absence. The paper also says the Government is divided
as to who will fill Sir Alfred Milner's place. 'Mrs. Botha is again acting as
Sugar Ruling Upheld.
New York, April 19. The Board of Classification of United States
General Appraisers today announced a decision in tho Rjssirtu sugar case:
The Board decided, by a majority vote, that tho American Government
was justified in assessing a countervailing duty on Russian sugar, the pre
cise amount being determined according to tho bounty declared to have
been paid by tho Russian Government when the sugar was exported.
Troops Outside the Wall.
Pekinci, April 19. In consequence of strong , representations to tho
Chinese Government an imperial decree, dated April 1(1, has been issued
ordering tho Chinese troops at Howai-Lu to immediately remove outside
the great wall. The Chinese troops whose withdrawal outside of the
great wall has been ordered by imperial decree are understood to be the
force which a German and French expedition was preparing to attack.
Howai-Lu has been located in the cable dispatches as southwest of Pao
TingFu. Tho Chinese, occupied a position within the limits of territory
which the military representatives of the powcis had decreed' as being
under their protection. A dispatch from' Paris says that in consequence
of tho imperial decree ordering tho Chinese troops to leave the ' territory
considered under the protection of tho allied forces thy ..Franco-German ex
pedition has been abandoned. Franco will shortly withdraw 10,000 troops
from China. ,1
British Budget Deficit.
London, April 18. The exceptional interest taken in this year's budget
statement was evidenced by the crowded condition of tho Elouse of Com
mons whrfn It reassembled today. The attendenco of members was un
usually large, while tho appearance of tho gallories testified to .tbjs. deep
interest of the public in the fresh taxation proposals, required to meet the
expenditure for 1901-02, which, according to a Parliamentary paper issued
this afternoon, totals 187,(502,000, inclusivoof the war charges, this being
an increaso of 32,901,000 for fho year.
"Mr." Carrie Nation.
TorEKA, Kan., April 17. Mrs. Carrie Nation has been 'eft to fight her
battles against the rum traffic single handed by tho desertion of David
Nation, who has gone back to his farm in Barber County. Mr, Nation has
been following his wife all winter, but has tired of playing the inconspicuous
part of '-'Carrie Nation's husband." Speaking of his retirement, lin said:
'I can't keep pace with Carrie in this crusade of hers. I am tired out. It
is too hard work, and there is too littlo in.it. Hor-Jifo might be termed
'streuuous' in tho fullest sense of ttio word. I used to th'u k she would get
into trouble if I didn't follow her around, but I find she is ablo to take care
of herself, and I am going home. I will fix up tho place and have it lvady
for her to come to and rest when she gets through her work."
Queen and Gladstone.
New York, April 17. The Quarterly Review, according to the London
correspondent of the Tribune, contains a remarkable article on Queen
Victoria, evidently written from a precise and inthnato knowledge during
a period of iifty years. The explanation given nf tho Queen's prejudice
against Mr. Gladstone is that it started in tho suspicion that ho gave her
too much work to do, until she was, as she put it, "dead beat." Ho tried in
his eagerness to press her to do what she considered to bo his jvork, and
when she resented it and he renewed the attempt she formed a pertinacious
prejudice against him which never was removed. The author states that
it was always an element in her reticence with regard to Mi;., Gladstone
that ho was too high i lurch and had the mind of a Jesuit.
rJhc Pacific Cable,
Victoria, B. C, April Hi. Tho Government officials, who have in hand
tho selection of alanding place for tho Pacific cable on the coast of Van
couver Island, have been advised from London that the manufacture of the
cable is to commence next mouth, and tho first expoi.itiou in connection
with tho laying of it is said to leave the Thames in January, 1902. This'
expedition will carry out the laying of the sections from Queensland to
iN'orfork island and from Norfork island to the Fiji islands. The second ex
pedition will leave about August, 1902, and will lay the cable from Van
couver island to Fanning island and Fiji. This length of dole, 5,831.5
miles, will bo transported and laid by one ship, now being built f ir the pur
pose, and which is to be capable of carrying 10,000 tons. Tho contractors
undertako that tho whole of tho cablo shall be laid and working by
An exodus from the Klondike is
Many metal manufactories in China
A small party of Hungarians has
raided Turkish soil.
, The commissary scandal at Manila
Porturuosp Republican papers vio
lently attack the Pope.
Japan and Russia may terminate
the independence of Corea.
Tho canal treaty is meeting with
strong opposition in Washington.
Filipino .sentiment on tho Island of
Pai'ay is favorable to peace.
The United States Treasury con
tains half a billion dollars in gold.
The Navy Department wants a
$5,000,000 Naval Station in Luzon.
Cape Nome pioneers met at a
New York hotel ana held a potlatcln
The first California cherries of the
season brought $12 a box in Chicago.
The Korean Government has fixed
the penalty of death for opium smok
ing. It is reported in Paris that a'n at
tempt has been made to assassinate
Daniel C. French, the suelplor, is
to model a memorial statue for Gen
Hypnotism has been successful
over a telephone wire at a distance
of 120 miles.
The recovered Gaiusborough paint
ing will-be sold to J. -PlofpriKt&M6r-gan
It is said that the Bulgarians may
appeal to Europe for aid in the diffi
culties with Turkey.
Thero havo been 392 cases of
plague at Capo Town and thero are
five new cases daily.
Ho Wan, who killed tho German
officer, Captan Barthsch, has been
arrested at Peking.
Venezuela ins been warned by
America, England, Germany' and
Spain not to try foreign subjects.
Achbishop Martinelli, the Papal
Delegate to the United States, has
been made a Cardinal by the P.ope.
Tho United States Supremo Court
has decided that tho war revenue tax
on export goods is uneimstiuitionul.
Tho (anadhn lauding place for the
Pacific cable will be Barclay Sound,
'n tho west coast or Vancouver
The Cuban delegates
tho desires of the Cuban
to President McKinley
Emperor William is soon to make
a personal inspection of Prof. A.
Slabj's improved wireless telegraph
Dr, Barth of London says that he
disagrees with the 'pessimistic Ger
man press and thinks the American
boom is healthy.
It is said that- General Kitchem r
is preparing for another blir iie.
The English are reported as nutting
with minor successes.
Ki Kon ho, Korean Minister ol
Justice has been condemned to death
for participating in a cons!racy
against the Empress.
A priso.i system has been intro
duced in Georgia, under which con
victs may earn money, their services
being leased to men who pay them
for extra work.
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COMB EARLY AND .TAKE
ADVANTAGE OF THE
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Freight Paid on ah
Orders of $lOantl
Street, opp. Ealooa,
Neat Pit GucrnntceU
formerly ailuku Hotel
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WAILUKU MAU T. II.
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