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MAUI -JMEWS. .
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H., SATURDAY, MAY J819t)l.
A. N. KBPOIKAI
ArrofiNfc'r at Law
Arroii.Ni:i' at Law
AKTdttIO F. TAVVARES
ATTORNEY at Law
and' Notaiiy Puituc.
MAlvAAVAO, . . MAUI
J. M, KANtifcUA
"Att()uney and CouNsiSLiJoii
Dffl'co: Occidental Itotol,',corncf of Klrig aviA
tames k; saunders:
Attorney at Law.
Ileal Ustnto, Ilusluess Mid Collcctiou Agency,
yf. JOHN WiliiJIJiLiil, M. r.
PHYSICIAN & Suiiaiioit
Physician & SunaEON
KIHEI - - - MAtJi-
ty. R McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
t AT A . . . MAUI
W. RUSSELLi bootk, d. i. s.
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Main and Mahket
WATTjUKU. . , MAUI
ELDREDGE & KAHOOKELE
, Civil Engineers and Surveyors
P. E. LAM Ail
Civil & Mining Engineer
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU.
Stock and Bond BiiokeK.
Member of Honolulu Stock Kxclmuge,' oftlco
Campbell Blobk, Merchant Btrect,
Telephone Mnln 101. P. O. tlox 083
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
AllCHITKCTS & BUII.DEilS
OfUco Itooms 2 and 4, Arlington Annex.
' Tel. iKtl; P. O. Hox 7.8.
Honolulu, -wp .ji:
SltetclieR anil correct estimates
furnlohcd nt short notice.
HARDY, & NAONE
MAKAWAO . . MAUI.
Telephone No. 20?.i
R. C. SEARLE
Foil the District ov
Lnltulim Muu!. T. II.
Livery, Feed it Sale Stable
War. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
Hacks and Saddle Horses
AT ALL HOURS
Vineyard Street) Wailuku, Maui
Tslephono 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.
TWo est all ....
Tel. No. 2-4-4.
PAIA - - MAUI.
JOSE SARDINIA, Prop.
Express Wagons & Saddle Horses
Freight promptly delivered from
Steamers and Trains
Carriages meet all Steamers & Trains
Yohic, May 9. Shortly aftorll o'clock all support was withdrawn
from the slock market aiid prices begait falling many points between halts.
Union Pacific went down rapidly, 4,000 shares sold at 85. A thousand
shares of Missouri Pncific sold at 97. Peoples Gas of Chicago, Brooklyn
Rapid Transit, Amalgamated Copper, Atchison and St. Paul made sensa
tional declines, the like of which hud , not been seen in many years. St
Paul sold down to 144, Missouri Pacific 93; Erie, 29; United States Steel
rifir.. 89: Atchinson nfir.. 83: Southern Pacific. 45: AVestern Union. 87:
rariialgamilted Copper, 96; Eric, 57;
80; Rock Island, 148; Missouri Pacific,
tape recorded tho sale of 1800 shares of Union Pacific at 80.
New Yokk, May 8. AVall street todaj experienced the greatest ex
citement it has known in years and, while the prices were soaring up and
down in the wildest manner, brokers and speculators became almost
frenziod. In the mad manipulation of tho market tho shorts were squeezed
until the financial life was crushed out of them.
Men rushed about the floor of the temporary exchange in the Produce
Exchange like maddened animals, and the din of many voices raised a noisy
discord that reminded one of tho panic days cf tho past, when Jay Gould
was a power in the market. From the crowded galleries spectators
watched the brokers in their mad rush for money as they would a riot, and
women became frightened. They could not believe that the men were mere
ly buying aud selling. Tt looked to them as if murder was being committed.
It is impossible to make rational estimate of the clTcct of the slump, but
old operators declare thousands of margin speculators who were reason
ably well fixed this morning, found themselves ru'iaed at night. Thousands
of employes are said to be morgaged for months ahead as the result of
negotiating their salaries to risk tho money in the financial whirlpool.
Two Shamrocks Ready.
Southampton, May 9. Sir Thoma3 L'ipton has reached Southampton.
Mr. AVatson and Captain Jameson will arrive here today but Mr. Fife is
not expected until Monday or Tuesday next. Sir Thomas will send tho two
Shamrocks to AVoymouth today for trial in deep water, clear of tides and
shoals. It is not likely that further trials will take place in the Solent.
At all ovents moat of them will take place outside. The two Shamrocks
will anchor for the night at Weymouth, and the new mainsail of the
Shamrock II will bo bent Friday.
King Sends Greeting.
Meluouiine, May 9. After opening tho Australian Federal parliament
today, the Duke of Cornwall and York read the following telegram from
King Edward All: "My thoughts are with you on this august occasion.
wish tho commonwealth of Australia every happiness and prosperity."
President McKinley in a Rose Storm.
Redlands, May 8. President McKiuloy's welcome (o California, ex-
tended by Governor Gage and attested by thousands of Californians, was a
model of cordiality and good taste.
what will bo a historic tour and remarkhblo Tor tho continuous outpouring
of popular enthusiasm. Covered witliSdust gathered through the long
night's rido across the desert, the trUlnlwept past Indio, the oasis on the
sands, past Beaumont, with its haniH
Gorgouio past to tho green fields ancrorchards of Redlands. Tht travelers
were wcarj' and travel stained. For two days they had been in a cloud of
dust aud sand, intensified by a drive in' the environs of Phtunix. Some of
the Presidential party were up at dawn, and saw at Indio the hint of
freshness that was to revive them during tho brief but pleasant stay
at Redlands. Before daylight work was being done to complete the adorn
ment of this embowered town. The streets had been sprinkled with oil a
week .sforo and wero smooth and dustless. Then, with the dew still on
their petals, thousands upon thousands of roses were scattered along the
street that was to be trodden by tho fonr white horses drawing the Pres
ident's carriage. Overhead strands ofbunting, attached to tho trollej
wires, mingled their colors with tho foliage of pepper and orange, and
banners and pennants of many huos fluttered in the ocean's breeze.
At 9:30, promptly on time, tho President's train drew in iown and halted
in a mass of people. Cheer upon cheor broke fro.n the crowd as tho Presi
dent, Mrs. McKinley, members of tho Cabinet and guests alighted. G rand
Marshall J. M. AVallaco quickly had the simple escort under march, leading
tho carriages conveying the Presidential party. The Perris Indian school
band led, composed of lads of 20 or thereabouts, followed by Company C,
7th Regiment, N. G. C, Captain Higby, commanding. Company A, Young
Men's Christian Association Cadets, in white and gold uniforms, precoded
the President's carriage. On either side of the four-in-hand which bore the
President and Mrs .McKinley walked a little escort of aged "Boys in Blue,1'
who had seen service in tho rebelliou with McKinley's Ohio Regiment. Lin
ing the streets near the hotel stood school children with boquets, rose
branches and palms, which they cast under tho hoofs of tho horses as the
procession swept by. All along tho lino, winch was half a mile in length,
tho President and his Cabinet were greeted with cheers.
Pope to Name Successor.
Londof, May 4. The Pope, according to a dispatch to the Times from
Rome, is understood to have made a will designating his successor, thus, to
quote tho correspondent, modifying tho habitual mode of choosing a Popo
by a conclave- The news of the Pope's aviII first took shapo in a diplomatic
note from the Bavarian Minister to his favorite. His theory is simple the
papal power, being absolute, involves the right of naming a successor.
Ci'onje's Wife Insane.
New Yoiik, May 4. A cablo to tho Journal from Amsterdam says: Ad
vices received hero from St Helena, where a largo number of Boor prisoners
are confined, states that Mrs. Cronje, wife of tho Boer General, Cronje,
who is with her husband on tho island, has become mentally unbalanced owing
to her experience in tho war and her life in her prisou homo at Longwood.
Mrs. Croujo imagines that she is ox-Empress Eugenie of Franco. Five
other Boer prisoners have also become insaue.
ATc1iiiis6u coinmotv7; Union Pacific,
88; Louisville and Nashville. 99. The
It was an auspicious beginning of
'of cheering citizens, and down Sun
Oil trusts are planning to control
the Texas fields.
Porto Rican laborers have declined
to go Ecuador.
An alleged German spy has been
arrested in Paris.
Severe earthquakes have been
doing damage in Italy.
ThoPittsburg ,1'abor union1; ro
planning to consolidate to fight tiic
British mine-owners and shippers
have cntored a protest against ' the
A.i Argentine rti my surgeon claims
to have discovered a serurn uure for
The Scandinavian-American Bank
of AVhatcom, AVash.. has been looted
by its president.
Official reportss how a deciease in
the amount of 'internal revenue for
the United States.
A maddened elephant recently
created u panic in a Peru circus,
and finally killed his keeper.
Austria and Mexico have resumed
diplomatic relations for the first
time since the death of Maximilian.
John AV. Garret of Pennsylvania
has been appointed by tho President
secretary of legation at The Hague.
Big sales of Union Pacific stock
are being made since the circulation
of rumors in regard to the pendiug
Sergeant Meston has been sen
tenced to dishonorable discharge and
two years' imprisonment for commis
sary frauds at Manila.
The Irish members .of Parliament
h'aatfeTnptcd to reduce1' the tea
duty and to have Ireland exempted
from tho tobacco clause.
Germany has refused to decrease
her demands in China, and Great
Britain is trying to induce the
Powers to cut thoir claims.
Tho French Government speaks
high'yof tho hospitality shown tho
French training shipDuguay Trouin,
while in American harbors.
The Comptroller of the Treasury
has decided that postal monoy orders
are payable only by postmasters up
on whom they aro drawn.
Governor Odell has signed the bill
which authorizes New York Citv to
accept tho $5,200,000 gift of Andrew
Carnegie for a free library system.
In New York a victipi of apoplexy
was taken to the police station as a
drunk and died from the shock. She
was tho wife of a wealthy merchant.
By Juno 1, James J. Hill will have
control of tho Colorado t Southern,
Fort AA'orth & Denver City and prob
ably tho Colorado Midland Rail
roads. Count AA'aldersee has been an
nounced as a failure in Hongkong;
his methods aro said to have made tho
situation in North China worse. He
is pronounced a good soldier but a
Dr. Morrison, wiring to tho Time
from Peking and discussing tho
question of indemnity, says: "Tho
American proposal to reduco the in
demnities to 40,000,000 finds no ac
ceptance excopt with tho British."
Tho Chilian Minister to Brazil had
an intorview with tho Minister of
Foreign Affairs in which the Pacific
question was discussed. The former
declared that Ms country was not
opposed to the solidarity of American
nations, but was anxious that peace
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WAILUKU, . - - MAUI
Neut Fit Guai'untced
formerly Wailuku Hotol
AH KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents pur Nifjhi
iVlecils 3S Cents
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