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A. N. KEPOIKAI
Attorney at Law
, . AttoMney at Lav
uAIIAltfA, . . MAUI
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AN'jfoNIO P. TAVARES
Attorney at Law
J and Notahy Public.
MAKAWAO, . . M!AUi
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J. Mi KANEKUA
Attorney and CouiiSEiitoit
Office: Occidental Hotol, corner d King and
JAMES K. SAUNDERS i
Attoiiney at Law.
Roal IWlato, Ituslncss and Collection1 Agency
Attorney at Law
laiiatna. -. ..,
Attorney ai Law
JOHN WEDDICK, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
WAILUKU. . . . MAUI
Physician & Buuueon
"klHEI - - . MAUI.
V., F. McCONKEY, M. D
Physician & Surgeon
W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. S.
, Office, Ma'in and MarketI
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
ELDREDGE & KAIIOOKELE
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
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P. E. LAMAH
Civil & Mining Engineer
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member ol Honolulu Stock KxcliaUgc, Oillco
Campbell Dlobk, Merchant Street,
Telephone Aluln 101.
P. O. Box os;;
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
Ahciiitects & Builders;
' Oillco Uooms 2 and ), Arlington Annex.
HdNOLULU, " T.
Skolclics and correct estimates
furnished at short notice
HARDY, & NAONE.
MAKAWAO , . MAUI.
Telephone No. 203.
R. C. SEARLE.
For THe District-op-
Maui. T. H .
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
Wji, GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
Hacks and Saddle Horses
AT ALL HOURS
Vineyard S.tre.et, . Wailuku, Maui
Telephone No. 2351
JOHN DOREGO Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON short notice;
Opp, Iao Saloon, - Wailuku, Maui
E-. H. PIEPER. Pj
Hacks and Carriages toilet
at alt hours.
PAI A TRAINS.
JOSE SARDINIA, Prop.
Express Wagons & Saddle Horses
Freight promptly delivered from
Steamers und Traihs
Carriages meet all Steamers & Traihs
Hawaii only a
Chicago, May . 24. A special to
tne Record-iTerald from Washington
''The decision, of the Supreme
Court is that tho Constitution does
hot follow tho flag.
(,Thi3' decision, tho most important
that great tribunal has over made,
will bp handed down next Monday.
;Thc decisionals in-favor of the' Gov
ernment, but. by a divided bench.
There will be at least five individual
opinions, but some of these arc con-ciu-riug
opinions, expressing the
views of the writers more fully and
particularly than is done .in the
opinion of tho majority.
"The Court goes back to the
period in which the Republic was
formed and the Constitution framed,
and endeavors to ascertain what was
the in tout of tho founders of the
"Tho opinion, of the majority of
tho Court disposes of the uniform
taxation clause of the Constitution
"The- framers of the Constitution
in writing that clause, had no thought
of its application for territorial pos
session. No such question as is now
presented had arisen in their minds
"The clause, 'all duties, imposts
and excise shall hp uniform through
out tho United States,' the courts
holds, was placed in the Constitution
as a result of the jealousies of the
States which united in forming the
Nation, It was intended to prevent
any State or combination of States
securing advantage over another or
others; to prevent the ports of one
State gaining preference, over those
of another in tho .importation of
This rule of uniformity was made
primarily for the States united, the
court holds, not for territories then
possessed or afterward acquired, and
tho Constitutional requirement is
satisneu as long as all duties on im
ports are uniformly imposed at all
the ports throughout the United
Status. The advantage of this unl
formity may be extended to territo
ries and possessions not States and
not members of the American Union,
but that is for Congress to determine
under the 'authority of tho Constitu
An Assassin's Suicide.
Rome, May 2b7 Hresci, tho assas
sin of the late King Humbert, who
committed suicide at the peniten
tiary of Santo Stefano, had recently
been suffering from extreme excite
ment, declared to bo frorfi remorse.
Bresci's violence last week culmi
nated in his attacking a jailor, in
consequence of which ho was placed
in a stralt-jackot. Later thrrpHSo'n-
er feigned docility in order to secure
an opportunity to commit suicido,
which he accomplished by hanging
himself with an improvised ropo at
tached to tho ceiling In the earlier
daysofjhis imprisonment Bresci re
sented orders to rljcop, silent and
threatened to Kin mmseii.
A post-mortem examination will
be held- and tho body will then Lo
buried on a desert Island.
Corbin to Manila.
Washington, May 22. Major-Gen
eral Henry C Corbin, Adjutant-Gen
eral of th'o army, will sail for the
Philippines on the tranport Hancock,
Juno 2Gth. He intends to make a
general inspection of tho military
conditions in the islands.- 1
Klondyko placers are paviiiff biir
The general crop outlook in tho
United States is encouraging,
Russia may ask tho powers to in
crease Chinese customs duties.
i. wuuuL-ui jL llz jonn sorter died at
Ins 'New "Jersey home May 21st.
Edison has received letters throat
ening to kidnap his favorite child,
mi. tt i t . .
university of tho Pacific, at
San Jose, has just c61ebrated its jub
ilee: The Siwash Indians of British Co
lumbia are to present tho "Passion
The United States army
protecting Soldiers from
Lodge' Way succeed Davis at the
head of the State Committee on For
Philippine natives' arc dissatisfied
with tho appointment of American
judges in tho islands.
fair Alfred Milner had an ovation
on his return to London, and was el
Novated to tho peerage.
' Belgium has rejected a pro
posed Boer sympathy bill with warm
defense of England's policy.
uount Uoluehowski, tho Austrian
Foreign Minister, says tho interna
tional situation is dangerous.
It is rumored that the Chinese are
planning tp rush into Cuba before
.the exclusion act is enforced there,
minions of dollars damages has
been dono and many lives lost in tho
valley of the Upper .Tennessee bv
FPUs T !.!.. j. . . ii . . ,
j-iiu j. j usiuuud win appoint a new
Governor for Alaska upon his return
to Washington. Governor Brady's
term has expired.
uawsonisto have a governmort
administration building, and laigc
appropriations for improvements
there are proposed.
Jt is said that General Malvar has
has assumed commarid in the Philip
pines, and is planning to reorganize
tho insurgent forces.
llio twelfth session of the, Trans
Mississippi Commercial Congress
convenes in Cripple Creek, Colorado,
trom July lUth to 20th.
Tho Philippine Commission has im
posed a registiation tax of one peso
on all males in the Philippines witl
tho exception of soldier?.
Paul Morton, second vice prcsi
dent of tho Santa Fo system, has re
fused an Offer oV$5T),000 a year to bo-
come adviser of tho Harriman syn
Tho.United States has .reached no
agreement with tho powers about
China, but tho government hopes the
integrity of tho empire may bo pre
The northern boundary of the
of Washington is to bo re-established.
By this means- Washington will se
cure additional territory, which will
include valuable mineral propcrtier.
On account of evidence of unsteadi
ness tho Hank of Endowment-.
Knights of Pythias, of Milwaukee,
has ordered an investigation of the
insurance department of the order.
:V Germari-Americnh, naturalized
in tho United States, has been com
pelled to serve in tho Gefrtnan army.
His parents, who wanted to keep
ihn at home, assisted the military
mthorities in detaining him.
Holli ster Drug Co.
210-211 Boston Bull.llnft, over
Mny & Co., Fort Street.
HONOLULU, H. T.
Metropolitan Meat Co,
UW RT J. WALLER,
Wholesale and Retail
All Kinds b Sausages
Island orders promptly attended to.
108 KING STREET.
HONOLULU, - H. f .
Large Stock of ,
Canned Goods & FVuil. ,
MARKET ST WAILUKU.
Fresh Ice Cream
every day at 10, A. .M.
Fresh California fruits
Canned Fruits &
MARKET ST WAILUKU
"Arc offered to our patrons af?l
prices so low that tlioy ,iro
"Write to us for price listn,
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
5H LIMITED $
E tUy, sell and deal in alf
kiiids of Real Estato, Leases.." J
Mortgafres, Bonds. Et;.
Loans negotiated, and legal Doc-'
uments executed on short notice.
Our especial featuro is the is-
suanco ot a 200 Investment!
Certificate, partial payment in ' (r.
character, interest bearing from 5
date of issuance, and affording .:i
small depositors quo of the best'
mvMUUUllia Ull tuu ItlUlltUb, 111 US jl
mucn as it is ato and reliable.
Office, 32 King Street Honolulu, H. T,
Phone, Main J4J. P. O. Box 262.
P. II. BURNETTE,
treight Paid ,on all
Orders of $10 and
. Jia'j'tfct Street, opp. Saloon. ,
YAILUICU, - ...
Neat Fit Guaranteed
formerly WujluUu Hotel'
Afl KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents per Nithi