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' VOLUME III
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H., SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1901.
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A. N. KEPOIKAI
ATtOllNEY at Law
Attoiiney at LaV
uAHAINA, . . MAUI
Attoiiney at Law
and Notary Ptniuc.
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
Attoiiney and Counsellor
Odlco: Occidental Hotcli corner of King anf
JAMES K; SAUNDERS.
Attorney at Law.
Real Instate, Iluslncat mul Collection Agency,
Attorney at "Law
Attorney at Law
wn'OT.TTT.TI. . . H. T.
JOHN WBDDIOK, M. K.
v Physician & Surgeon
OR, DINEGAR: . .
; Physician & StltidEON .
W. F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surqeon
"W. RUSSELti BOOTE, D. D. S.
, ' Office; Main and MakketI
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
ELDREDGE & KAHOOKELE
Civil Engineers find .Surveyors
P. E. LAMAR . V
Civil & Mining Engineer
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member of Honolulu Stoclt Kichangc, Oillco
Campbell Hlobk, Merchant Streeti
Telephone Main 101.
P. O. Box 083
BEARDSLEE & .PAGE
Architects tfc Builders
Oftlce Rooms 2 nnd i, Arlington Annex.
Tel. Mil; I O. llox 778.
HONOLULU, - T. II.
Sketches nml correct estimates
. furnished at xhort notice.
HARDY, & NAONE.
MAKAWAO . . MAUI.
Telephone No. 203.
R. C. SEARLE
Tor the District op
Lnliulna Maui. T. H.
Livery, Feed & Si Stable
Wji. GOODNESS, Prop.
Hacks and Saddle Horses
Vineyard Street; Wailuku, Maui
TdlcpHono No. 2351
' JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages) Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTICEI
Cafrtuge's meet Steamers
Opp; tad Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
E. H. P.IE2ER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages to let
at all hours.
YWeet all ....
Tel". No. 244i
PAIA - - MAUI.
i JOSE SARDINIA, Prop.
Expres Wagons & Saddle Horses
Freight promptly delivered from
Steamers and Trains
Carriages meet all Steamers & Trains
President at Del Monte.
Del Monte, May . 11. The Pres
ident and his party, arrived at Del
Monto this morning nnd will remain
over' Sunday at this farifamcd resort.
There is no iixed program excopt a
visit to the Grand Army encamp
ment at Pacific Grove and a drive
along tho Ocean front this afternoon,
and the days of rest will prepare tho
President and his party for the or
deal they will have to undergo at
San Francisco this week.
McKinloy will not Interfere.
New York, May 11. Aspoeialto
tho Herald from Washington says:
Officials who are acquainted with
the President's views regarding the
legislative sessiqn in Hawaii do not
bollove Mr. McKinloy will bo inclined
to take notice of the memorial from
Hawaiian Legislature urging Gov
ernor Dole's removal, certainly not
without a.full explanation from tho
From South Africa.
London, May 11. Lord Kitchener
reports to tho War Office under date
of Pretoria, May 10, as follows:
"Sinco May 5th twenty-eight
Boors have been killed, six wounded
and 230 taken prisoners, and 183
have surrendered. Nino thousand
rounds of ammunition, 230 wagons,
1,500 horses and large quantities of
"stocLhavo been captured
Bay, Wis., says: 11
Whether the stars, million!
miles away, send to the cartli s s
face any heat along with their rays
of light, a question which has long
puzzled astronomers, has been finally
solved. The heat from these far-off
bodies has not only been detected
."but measured. It has been measured
.by one of tho most delicato and sen
sitive astronomical instruments over
made an instrument capable of
measuring Iho heat of a candlo a
Tho credit for solving the problem
and for constructing this delicato in
stument belongs to Prof. E. F. Nich
ols, Dartmouth College, assistod in
this valuable work by Prof. Charles
E. St. John of Oberlin College and A.
I. Colton, formerly assistant at tho
Tho instrument which can record
such an infinitely. small ariiount of
heat is called a radiometer. Though
based to some extent upon the same
principle as the bolometer and radi
omiorometeri which have been so
successfully used ill measuring heat
rays, in construction it iB essentially
different and for this purposo has
proved far more effective.
Lato Sugar Market.
New York, MaylL Raw, firm,
fair refiuing, 3c; centrifugal, Db'test;
4 3.32c: molasses sugar; 3Je. Refined
Quiet, crushed, (J. 03c; powdered
5.05c; granulatedj 5.55c.
Shamrock II. injured.
Southampton, May 9. .The two
Shamrocks started at midday today
jn a race from Hythbto Weymouth,
a distance tof sixty,-miles. Off the
Needles tho Shamrocks were caught
in a fierce squall, The Shamrock II
lost her gaff and gall topsail yard
Sir Thomas Lipton has a narrow es
capo froiri being hurt by a falling
block. The sails of tho yacht were
wrecked and she returned to Sduth
Tlireo hundrpd thousand' Germans
are settled in Brazil.
Marquis Ito is suffering from brain
trouble at Yokohama,
The Alaskan Indians are fleeing in
canoes from vaccination.
The Army in the Philippines will
bo reduced "to 40,000 men.
John Barret is slated to succeed
Conger as minister to China.
Tho town of Livcrmore, Cal., is
to own its own cloctric light plant.
Professor Jordan of Stanford has
two new scientific publications out.
A calm has followed the speculat
ing storm on Wall street. New York.
Father Paoli, an Italian mission
ary, has been burned alive in Shan-si.
There is an immenso demand for tho
new Pan-America postage stamps.
A cheap coal gas of great value
has been discovered and patented in
Mountains of ricli quartz arc re
ported from the Tanana district of
Cailles, the insurgent leader, has
retreated tb the south, pursued by
Tho volano of Isalco, Salvador, has
ceased erupting. The natives fear
The Doutschland has made a new
trans-Atlantic record. She made 5S7
knots in ono day.
Professor Schilling of Harvard will
assume charge of the German Depart
ants in San
'fa Botha, whoso health is hn-
Wl sau for Europe to coll
tates training ship
leave San Diego
me uuoan uon
ion is confidently ex
the Piatt amendment.'
Emperor Nicholas hasroSt
the order that Russlau waflPnw
shall be made in Russia. 0Uit
A school boys union m ban Fran
cisco has posted up the sign: "Short
er Hours No Homo Study."
Italians, forcibly driven fron Iola,
Kas., by American workingmen, will
appeal to their Government.
Minister Conger fears that China
may yet be divided, some power may
demand territorial concessions.
It is said that McKinloy has in
formed Kruger that he cannot re
ceived him officiall or otherwise.
A periodical called tho "Irish Peo-
plo" recently attacked King Edward
and tho Govermhont seoks to sup
The Comptroller of ' the .Currency
has rendered a decision v'e simplifying
the keeping out of Chinese Immi
The Amoricau cavalry and artil
lory loft Peking on the 5th instant,
escorted to tho wall by . the British
A dispatch ot the Sun.. from Colo
rado Springs say: One of tho little
ostriches at the farm in Manltou to
day swallowed a diamond valued at
Colonel Astilla, the insurgent Gov
ernor of Infanta Province, has been
reported from Manila as surrender
ing with 180 men j 170 rilles, 10 offi
cers' and 10 cannon.
Hollister Drug Co
210-211 Boston Ilulldlnft, over
May & Co., Foi-t Street.
Metropolitan Meat 60,
GILBERT J. WALLER,
Wholesale and Retail
All Kinds of Sausages
orders promptly attended to.
LU, - H. T.
& Wares. $
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU,
Fresh Ice Cream
every day at 10, A. M,
AMERICAN J .
Fresh California fruits
Canned Fruits &
market sr Wailuku
Are offered to our patrons at
prices so low that they arc
Write to us for price lists.
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Phone, Main 14 J. P. O. Box 262.
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Merchant Tailor ,
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
Neat Fit Guaranteed
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lonnerly Wailuku Hotel
AH KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents per Nfhfc
JVleals 435 Centn
WAILUKU " ' JIAUI T, ii