Newspaper Page Text
; VOLUME III WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H., SATURDAY, MAY U, 1901.
NUMBER J 3
m PHOfESSINOAL CARDS . FOrEIGN : NEWS
IKf I Stock and Bond Biiokeh. - l i JiAlHJ I Li O
. i , 1 . War with Germany Predicted.
, a xt VTinnmiT . Moinbcr of Honolulu Stock Rxclmngc, Olllco , ., ,. , , , .
A. N. KEPOIKAI I ,,,.... ..,,, .,. .,,' London, April 27. The Saturday Review says that the
WW$- Attorney at Law Tei.pi.one M,.in ioi. p--llox 08 J States than with Gixat Britain, 'Vcauseithc readiest causes for future . -nil,nftA ' . U O
1M ' ,mvl pnnfllnt- will h fnnml in tl, f'l,rt v: ' , A SMOO'000 SUgar bcot phut is to ff I I I A W Si
hwl t. v a i i .i i it i i i. i n i i i i j iii i. f r- i ii . n i ir i-n. i
j U ARCHITECTS & 'BOII.DEHS' ,
tp ' .' ,. HONOLULU, - ' T. II
i ATTORNEV AT LAV Sketch itiml correct estimates
', furnished ut short nottcu
R uAHAlNA, . . MAUI - ; 7 ulou on the Philippine tariT sched- IVCO AWSV
W' "ANTONIO F. TAVARES
W Attorney at Law
m Be' ANU 0TAIlY I'uiilio.
Jtfc iff' MAKAWAO, . MAUI
'V J5. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellor
I ; Ofllco: Occidental Hotol, cornor ot King and
HONOLULU, . . T. H.
JAMES K. SAUNDERS.
Attorney at Law.
ileal Mstate, Iluslncss anil Collection Agency,
-,-;jOHN WEDDICK.-M. D,
Physician & SunanoN
Physician & Suit'onoN
vtttp.t . - - MAUI.
f. W. P. McCONKEYj M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
pata' . . MAUI
W. -RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. S
Office, Main and1 Market
WATIiUKU. . ... MAUI
ELDREDGE & KAHOOKELE
.Civil Engineers and Surveyors
P. E. LAMAR
Civil & Mining Engineer
Large Stock of
Canned Coods & Fruits.
MARK ET ST
I I . i ..... . . -i .1 . ... ... - .. . .
HARDY, & NAONE
MAKAWAO . . MAUI.
R. C. SEARLE
For the District op
Lnltaina Maul. T. II.
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
Wm. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS 'AMUNDSAN. tttOI'.
Hacks a!id Saddle Horses
Vineyard Street, Wailuku, Maui
Tolephonu No. 235.'
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.' '
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
1 ON SHORT NOTIOK.
Carriages meet Steamers
Opp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Habks and Cnvvia&Gs to let
at all hours.
Meet all ....
Tel. No. 2-4-4-.
JOSE SARDINIA, Prop.
Express Wagons & Saddle Horses
Freight promptly delivered from
Steamers and Trains
Carriages meet all Steamers & Trains
thcGerman navy is more in preparation for a contest with the United
States than with Great Britain, "becauseithe readiest causes for future
naval conilicts will bo found in the struygjefor t'he partition or'tho ex
ploitation of the' great South American continent."
The Rcview'.devote a pace to the description of the ro'sources of South
kmoricd) ftcaiGdnnany's hundreds of
Chile, the im probability of Germany pursuing her designs in South America
without a conflict with the United States. The article concludes with tlio
statement that it would not bo good policy for Great Britain to oppose
Germany's legitimate aims, and that an alliance with the United States
that had for its purpose tho maintenance of the Monroe doctrine "would
not only bo ludicrously in opposition to our, own interest's, but it would
rightly oppose' every other nation to a death struggle against u genuine
Boxers Again Active.
London, April 27. The Reuter Telegram Company lias received tho
following dispatch from Peking dated yesterday: A band of Boxers esti
mated at 1000, is operating twenty miles south of Paoliiig-fu. It has raid
ed three villages within a week and threatens to massacre the Christians
in that vicinity many of whom have fled to Paoting-fu for refuge.
In the Mancheung district, northeast of Paoting-fu another strong band
is committing depredations, and has announced its intention to attack the
city of Mancheng, where there is a -post of twenty German soldiers.
Even Paoting-fu, since the town was practically denuded of troops by the
expedition to tho Great Wnll, is not wanting in evidences of serious un
rest among the more disorderly elements of tho population.
Germans Fight Chinese.
L ondon, April 27. A Router dispatch from Peking says the headquart
ers staff has received a telegram from a British officer accompanying the
expedition, to the effect that on April 2M tho Germans crossed into
Shansi, through the Kouk Nau and and Chang Cheng Liu passes, in pur
of tho retreating Chinese, whom they followed eighteen miles, fighting a
sharp action. Tho French troops remained in occupation of the passes.
The Germans returned April 25th, and the French handed over the passes
to them and returned to tliutr previous outposts. The Germans are said
to have had four men killed and five ojfpprs and eighty men wounded.
The America Cup,
Glascow, April 27. The Shamrock II was undoeked this morning and
towed to Greenock wlioro her sails
Mr. Fife accompanying her. Dcsigupr Watson inspected the challenger
and expressed enthusiastic approval of her.
Sir Thomas" Lip ton, in the course of a conversation, said: "I am satis
tied I have tho best challenger ever built and I warn my American friends
that they haro a big job this time."
, Plague CansesRiot.
LAHORK,"Punjab, April 27. A serious riot lias occurred near Sialkote,
due to plague'irispection of women. Tho mob overpowered tho police, and
it became necessary to summon a force of cavalry from Sialkote. Tho sol
diers rostored 'order with difficulty.
More Porto Rionns Coming.
San Juan, Porto Hico, April 26. It is not likely that more emigration
agents will -xime here. Those already heie had 2000 natives recruited for
Hawaii and expected to ship 1000 of them on the steamer California Wed
nesday, but she sailtfd with oidy f44 emigrants. Tho agents announce
that this is due to the opposition of tho planters whp wish to retain tho la
borers available until harvesting begins and that therefore any further at
tempts on a large scalo to promote emigration will bo useless.
Now Filipino Dictator.
Manila, ApriU25. It is repQFtpd that tho rebel General Caillcs ordered
e.ight American soildiers to be shot April 21st, thp s.anio day on which he
oonclemned to death'" Colonel Sanchio, one of his staff officers, and Senor do
ia Rssa, a wealthy native who had refused to contribute to the insurgent
fund. Sanchio escaped. Tho others were tortured and then butchered.
Caillos, who is now lurking in the mountains of Tayabas province, Luzon,
proclaims himself dictator and successor of Aguinaldo, and announces his
intention id .continue a war of extermination.
Summary Measures at Bloemfontoin.
Bloemvontein, April 25 Tho provost marshal, presiding over a court
of summary jurisdiction, has announced his intention of suppressing dis
loyal utterances. He has ordered a Bfjtish subject named Mitchell to be
deported to Ceylon for abusing an array order o J.lp pffect that house
holders shall suspend a board outside of their doors having the names of
all tho occupants of that particular house.
Whore Danger Lies.
London. April 2C William T. Stead says: "Tho Boors ai'o'calculating.
upon England's becoming embroiled with Russia or 'soma other complica
tion . Wo are on tho vergo of a storm across tho Atlantic that will shut
tor our peaceful calculations. When
tho Clayton-Bulwei? treaty will bo torn into shreds. We shall have to
choose botweon fighting or eating humble pie."
aNew Yonic, April 23. Edward Rosewater, editor of tho Omaha Bee,
is qu oted by the Times as saying last night:
"WjUiam J. Bryan, in myopiniou, will bo a candidate for Governor of
Ncbrast,fa noxt year. Mr. Bryan still oxerts a wide lnnueuco in tho stato
and if ho . receives tho gubernatorial nomination he will bo a very hard man
to beat. 1. f elected Governor ho will hope to secure a Democratic legisla
ture in which x event he will seek au election to tho United States Sonate to
succeed SenaU ')r Dietrich, whose term will oxpiro in 1005. From the best
information I ca u 2t I really beliovo that Mr. Bryan will not look for the
presidential noma tion in 100
thousands "of!settlers' -iii-'Br.'f2ll',UrTd
wore bent and hot- compass was ad-
the United States Congress meets,,
A mutiny of Irish troops is report
ed from London.
An alleged German spy litis been
arrcsltd in Paris. . ,
A SO.OOO'OOO sugar beet plant is to
be built in Colorado. . .
A new and definite survey is to bo
A new comet having thrtJe tails
has been discovered fronji.Cape Town.
Active work is being dohc in Wash
nglou on the Philippine tariir sched
ule. Boer agents are charged with
'nfecting horses destined for South
reported that great coal
have been discovered
Mrs. Nation's arrest is causing a
crusade against Sunday saloons in
Chinese rebels have destroyed a
great portion of tho Manchurian rail
The Alabama Democrats propose
to disfranchise the negroes by a now
Marconi, the inventor of wireless
telegraphy, is to marry MissBolrnan
Results of the conference of the
Cubans with the President arc said
to be satisfactory.
Lincoln's remains wore removed to
Springfield, to their final resting
place, on April 24. .
The Russian Government 1ns for
biddon tho exhibition 6f Count Tol
stoi's picture in Moscow.
worried by tho Wall street stock
boom, which (s alarming,
It is said that deep distrust pre
vails in Germany in regard to Italy's
new friendship with France.
An operation in which stiohes in
the heart were taken result cd suc
cessfully in St. Louis last week.
Minister Wu has sent an important
memorial to tho Imperial Govern
ment, pleading for Chinese reform.
It is reported that there is dissen
sion in tho British Cabinet and that
the Salisbury Ministry may bo upset.
General W.d says tho Cubans aro
ready to accept the American plans
and there is no need to fear trou.b.Jp
Military operations in Manchuria
have been resumed by tho Czar's
forces and activity is renewed iu
Li Hung Chang has been sharply
repremanded fn, an edict which holds
him accountable for the Germau ex
pedition. Four priests, seven sisters and
more than a hundred children wore
massacred by Brazilian. Indians in
Improved conditions in Porto Rico,
and tho approach of the- harvest, it
is said, has stopped Portp Rican
Tho Chiuese regulars, Wlip retired
beyond the great wall, have reap
peared at-another point within tho
Lord Kitchener reported on April
22 that sinco April 18 tho British
commanders. had taken 81 prisoners
and 100,000 rounds of small ammuni
tion. It has been recently discovered
that Filipinos who refused to join the
rebel forces havo been burned to
death by tho secret societies of the
1 ". Aro offered to our palroiw" tVt;' '
prices so low that 'they aro
Write to us for price lists,
HONOLULU PilOTO SUPPLY CO,"
BOX 700. HONOLULU.
,i j -
CHEAP FOR CASH
mn so days Only'
Laco, Ribbons. Dross
and all dry goods at COST
L iln ordorrto- make certain im-
pvovemonts -which I dm now '
contemplating,' I will sell For
CASH ALL THE DRESs
GOODs, .Laces, Hats, Shoes and
ail my Dry-Goods for COsT
f lilwD, ior d0 day only, com
mencing Feb. 1, 1901.
COMB EARLY AND TAKE
ADVANTAGE OF THE
A. J. RODRIGUES.
Freight Paid on all
Orders of $10 and
Merchant Tailor .
Market Strout, opp. Saloon,
WAILUKU, - . . MAUI
N'ent Fit Guaranteed
formerly Wailuku Hotel
All KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents per Nht
flteals 05 Cents
WAILUKU MAUI T. U