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WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H SATURDAY JUNE , J90I
OTMBER K .
IN E VV S
A. N. rJEPOIKAI
Attorney at Law
Attorney at Law
uAHAINA, . . MAUI
ANTONIO F. TAVARES '
Attorney at Law
anii Notary Puituc.
MAKAWAO, . . -MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellor
Office: 'Ocotacntnl Hotel, comer ot King and
JAMES K. SAUNDERS.
Attorney at Law.
Heal UHtntc, llusluess ami ColloctlOu Agency,
P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA
Attorney at Law
Attorney at Law
HONOLULU, . H. T.
JOHN WEDDICK, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
' . Physician & Surgeon
tttheI. - - - MAUI.
W. P. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician fc Surgeon
PAIA. . . MAUI
W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. S
Office, Main and MarketI
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
. ELI)RE"DGE & KAHOOKELE
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
P. E. LAMAH
Civil & Mining Engineer
Stock and Bond Biioker.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchnnge, Onico
CnroplicU Jllobl;, Merchant Street,
Tclcphooc.Miiln 101. P. O. Box fl8rt
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
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HONOLULU, ' . $ T, It
Sketches nnil correct estimates
furnlKhcil ut short uottco
HARDY, & NAONE;
MAKAWAO . . MAUI."
TCLiBWIONK No. 20?..
E. C. SEARLE
For the District of
Laltnina Moult T. H.
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
Wm. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS 'AMUNDSAN. Phop.
Hacks and Saddle Horses
AT ALL HOURS
Vineyard Street, Wailuku, Maui
Telephone No. 235
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTICE.
Opp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages toilet
i at all hours.
TYleet all ....
Tel. No. 244.
PATA - .- MAUI
JOSE SARDINIA, Prop.
Express Wagons & Saddle Horses
Freight promptly delivered from
Steamers and Trains
Carriages meet all Steamers & Trains
orto Ricans Eager To Come
San Juan Dk Porto Eicq, .May!
21. Nino hundred 'einlgr,an.ts cm
barked on, tlio steamer California, at
Guanica, for Hawaii tod.ay, leaving
400 moro ready to, jsail.' Joyous
manifestations accopauied the de
parture of the cmigrantsi Jb ourteeu
weddings and orty-o'iKht baptisms
took place Sunday. The emigration
agents arc spending, it is estimated,
about $1.0j,Q00 in recruiting and main
taining ,tho emigrants. Favorable
reports from Hawaii have caused a
con,tAiuation of the migration.
Eleven Cadets Suffer.
Washington, May 21. Secretary
Root has approved the action of the
board of ofllcere at West Point which
recommended the dismissal of five
cadets and tho suspension of 'six
others. This sustains the course of
Col. Mills and the other officers in
the recent disturbances at the aca
demy. The names of tho cadets will
be posted at West Point tommorrow.
The Death Roll.
London, May 21. Sir John Ed
mund Commercll, admiral of the fleet
from, 1892 to 1890 is dead. He was
born in 182!).
New York, May 21. General
Fitzjohn Porter died at his home in
Morristown, N. J. today from chronic
diabetes. Ho was 80 years old. '
"Washington, May 21. The Post-
office' Department today cabled in
structions to China directing all its
representatives in the military pos
tal service there to leave on the first
available transport. H. M. Robert of
Atlanta, superintendent of the ser
vice there, has been assigned to duty
in the Philippines, but all the others
will return to tho points whence they
were assigned to China. This marks
tho close of the United States mili
tary postal sorvicc hi China.
Mrs. McKinloy Seriously 111.
San Francisco, May 12. The
sudden illness of Mrs. McKinlcy has
caused an unexpected chauge in the
Itinerary of President McKinlcy.
He arrived in this city quietly this
afternoon several hours ahead of the
time scheduled. Tho state of Mrs
McKinley's health was such this
morning that the President decided
to leave Del Monto and bring his
wife to this city immediately to the
home of Henry T. Scott, where she
could have complete rest for a few
days and whore a specialist could be
consulted if necessary.
'San Francisco, May 21. With the
return of Mrs. McKinley's health
there is a now order of things about
tho temporary Executive Mansion at
Clay and Laguna streets. President
McKinloy is feeling so much encour
aged over the continued improve
ment of his wifo that he is again tnk
tntr interest in tho affairs going 6n
New Territory for Uncle Sam.
New Yonic, May 18. Acording to
a Journal and Advertiser dispatch
from Copenhagen, negotiations have
been concluded with' tho United
States' by which tho latter acquires
tho Danish Went Indies. The pur
chase price settled upon is $4,01)0,000.
The Danes arc to trado under the
same tarill as tho Americans.
London, May 11. Lord Salisbury
has returned from a visit to tho Ri
viera in restored hca'tli.
Caruegio donates 810,000,000 to
universities in Scotland.
The Conservatives in Germany
have angered the Emperor.
A high Russian official says that
England prevents peace in China.
The Archbishop of Canterbury pri
vileges the pastors of his faith to
A band of Canadian leache'rsis
going to South Africa to Anglicize
Liquor dealers have been bni red
from membership by the Woodmen
of tho World.
Filipinos aro reported to have at
tacked American? in which two sol
diers were killed.
The experience of the British Gov
ernment with its public telegraph
system has been unprofitable.
The Presbyterian convention nt
Philadelphia has protested against
tho publication of Sunday pnpers.
Boers are again crossing the
Orange river and a new campaign
in the eastern district will result.
Hereafter Chicago teachers arc to
teach the meaning of words by a phys
ical demonstration or oral illustra
Fifty Servian gypsies wcro refused
landing in New York and returned
to Europe, although thoy had $5,000
Krucger's reports from South
Africa aro till of an encouraging
nature. Ho believes the Boers will
Ten fresh cases of tho bubonic
plague and three deaths from the
disease at Cape Town were officially
reported May 17.
The managers of the late San Jose
carnival were severely arraigned by
the ministers for permitting a mid
way in the arrangements.
A parade was held in Germany rc
centlyMn honor of the Czar of Russia,
Emperor William making a speech
and concluding with a ,!hoch" to the
Three principal gold mines at
Johannesburg aro open and operat
ing on. a large scale; but it requires
over, a thousand troops to protect
President Loubet received J. PL-r-pont
Morgan in special audience; and
the latter will thank the President
for the decoration of tho Legion of
The dispatches seem to indicate
that the Oauger to the financial situ
ation from th'. speculative collapse
has been greater in London than In
The customs authorities have pro
hibited the entry of typewriters into
Turkey, fcailng (seditious documents,
tho author of which could not be
There can be no doubt that the
United States steam coal soon will
take the place of the Welsh pro
duct to a largo extend as tho fuel
for the navies in tho East.
General Chafeo terminated tho
American relief expedition in China
by a farewell order issued May 19.
The troops boarded transports on
May 22 and sailed for Manila.
Tho strike riots at St. Peteiburg
which, occurred In "the cotton mills on
the Miborg or Finnish side of the
Neva, during which it wus reported
that many had been killed, were n
result of a strike of workmen from
four of the textile factories foi
increase of wages.
Hollister Drug Co.
210-211 Boston Building, over
Mny 0 Co., Fort Street.
Metropolitan Meat Co,
GILBERT J. WALLER,
Wholesale and Retail
All Kinds of Sausages
J & Eggs
Is'and orders prompMy attended to.
108 KING STREET.
HONOLULU, - H. T.
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU.
Fresh Ice Cream
every day at 10, A. M.
Fresh California fruits
Canned Fruits &
iCHUNGCHOINC'Beds 50 Cents per N'!tt Wm
an I jrnji. m e m as cents
'MARKET ST WAIIUKU j WAILUKU MA VI V It ' H
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prices, so- low -that they- nn
almost . .
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