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I" 111 " WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 150 K
A. N. KEPOIKAI
Attoiiney at Law
: JOHN RIGIIDSON -AttornkV
uAHAINA, . . MAUI
ANTONIO F. TAVARES
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public. ;
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
AttohSKV and Counsellor
Ollleo: Occidental Hotel, 'corner of Kns and
JAMES K. SAUNDERS.
Attorney at Law,
Real IjHtutc, Hunlness and Collection Agency,
P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA
Attorney at Law
- Notary Public
Attorney at Law
JOHN WBDDIOK, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
WAILUKU. . i MAUI
Physician & Suroeon
KIHEI - - MAUI.
W. F. McCONKEY, .M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
PAIA, . . MAUI
W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. S.
Office, Main and MarketI
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
ELDREUGE & KAHOOKELE
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
P. E. LAMAlt
Civil & Mining.Engincer
1- MWWW I
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange, Onice
CamjitellUlobk, Merchant: Street,
t elephone main (01. iP..O..Box-jBS3
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Tel. S-JSiiP.-O. Box 778.
Sketches onfl .correct estimates
I urnlnhod at short notice.
HARDY, & NAONE,
MAKAWAO . . MAUI
Telephone No. 203.
R. C. SEARLE
For the District of
Lnluilna Mnul. T II
Livery, Peed & Sale Me
Wm. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUNDSAN. FlIOP.
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. Ino-Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages toilet
at all hours.
Meet all ....
Tel. No. 24-4.
PAIA - - MAUI.
JOSE SARDINIA, Prop.
Express Wagons & Saddle Horses
Freight promptly delivered from
Steamers and Trains
Carriages meet all Steamers & Trains
Gaelic, Coptic and Doric to
San Francisco, May 30. Tlio ad?
iVent,of the, ne-TUstcamships Korean!
and Siberian, now ncariny completion
at Newport Nows for iho Pacific
Mail Company, will make some radi
cal changes in shipping oirdes. Ac
cordiug to one of the best posted
men on tho front the Occidental and
Oriental Steamship Company will go
out of existence and the Gaelic,
Coptic and Doric will be returned to
their British owners, as the Mail
Company will be able to handle the
trade alone The Santa Fo wants
vessels of this cluss for tho China
trade, and Ismar, Imric & Co. may
bo able to dispose of Ihe fleet to the
Chinese Indemnity Is
Washington, May 20. Tho De
partment of State has been relinbly
informed that the Chinese Govern
ment l:as issued a decree agreeing to
pay an indemnity of 450,000,000 tads
equivalent to about $837,000,000 at
the present rate of exchange. It is
known now that the wholo subject of
indemnity will be closed up before
the end of the present; month. If that
is not done and evacuation is not. un
der way on a large scale, then tin
Chinese Government must bo assess
ed $1,000,000 each day after June 1
next to compensate the powors for
the maintenance of their military
forces in China. Under this whip tl.e
to yield., It is not' known 'that 'the.
powers have agrecd-on the form am'!'
extent of guarantee, but now that
tho amount of indemnity is tixed, not
much difficulty is expected ou this
Manila, May 28. The Phllippint
Commission has begun tne discussioi.
of tho bill to reorganize the courts.
Concerning the criticisms of the non
appoinlment ,of nu'iivo judges, Idi
said the Commission, followed its in
struction to the effect that other
things being equal, Filipinos should
receive the appointments; but tht
Filipinos had proved incompetent
from the outset. Native speakers
welcomed the Anglc-Saxori judleiu
procedure. All tho important Amer
ican judges were averse to the pro
visions making Spanish the language
to be used in tho courts for a period
of five years, but the commission de
sires to avoid inconvenience to the
lawyers. The discussion of the court
bill has been adjourned for a week.
Judgo Arenetto suggested an amen
dment to the effect that Amerjeiii
jucges must speak Spanish.
Cubans Accept the Piatt
Washington May 2!). Secretary
Root has received a cablegram fron
General Wood at Havana brief!;
confirming the press report of tin,
adoption of the report of the Com
mittee ou Relations with the Unitci
States, accepting in behalf of lit.
convention tho terms of the Plat
amendment. It is understood that,
without undertaking materially ti
change the language of the Plati
amendment, tho convention by tlit
addition of reports of interviews ivitl
Secretary Root and otherwise, ha
placed upon tho amendment itself a
construction that will require very
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The growth of American trade Is
alarming the country of Europe. '
Covera fears that tho disiritegra-i
tion of Spam h nosr -tit hand. ;
The Consuls report tliat there is a
ooeldjormiricanda in' Aus
tria. ' ---T-pr m mil HI J ipMM
Survivors of tho Maine disaster
havo filed claims aggregating
All tho labor unions of Chicago are
to unite in one central organization.
Russia has declined to accept the
Chinese bonds without an interna
Krueger has petitioned Tho Hagoe
ourt for arbitration between Boers
The strike in San Francisco, be
tween tho iron-molders and their em
ployers, remain's unchnnged.
There is a creat rush of rmiilipnn
for positions as teachers in the Phi
Mrs. McKinle'y stood tho voyage
Eastward very well and is gnininir
Recent reports sliows that the Box
ers arc still causing trouble where
no foreign troops arc posted.
Recent reports show thai the
Roors arc- taking a determined fit and
and that there are heavy British
Archbishop Riordan lias instructed
the pastors in his diocese not. to hold
funeral services on Sundav lnorn-
The Kaiser recently removed tin-
ij)astor67aiKiga',i,i's6n "church ' fcr
prencning long sermons.
A variety of giraffe lias been found
in Uganda , possessing fivo horns. It
is sa mod the hellndothcrerium.
Secret Service Agent Hazon has
left tho employ of the. government.
Only Secretai-y Gage knows the rea
son for resijrninir.
Tho Boer General, Schocman, and
his daughter, were-instantly killed
while examining a deadly Lyddite
shell, which exploded in the general's
Many officers and heads of depart
ments will visit the Philippines
this summer in order to better, ac
quaint themselves with condition
Girl strikers at a Now Jorsev
handkerchief factory stoned the
building and roughly handled othe
girls who reported for duty.
The British arc not pleased with
Carnegie's donations to Scottish li
braries. They call it "tho invasion of
tuc Almighty dollar".
Senator Morgan has submitted a
plan to deprive the negroes- of the
right of suffrage, to tho Alabama
It is said that a thousand officer
of tho British Army have rcbigner
on account, of the unpopular ayci .-
tary of war, Broderick. '
Commissioner Ido has reported
that tho Philipinos are ineompetei.t
judges aiid gives this us the ivtihoi
why more huvo not been u-pp'ointet!.
Gen. Woyler, Spanish Minister t
War, wants to form threo arinv
corps, callable of repelling any inva
sion without recourse to an extraor
dinary outluy. ,
The new system of multiplex tel-,
jvtiphy, which permits.of eight me-
la-'es Uelng tratisintUed simult.uii'-
lusly over one wire, litis been tl
v ian d a success.
Hollister Drug Co,
i I line
210-1211 Boston Hulltllnft, ovi
l1ny & Co., Fort Street.
Metropolitan Meat Co,
im T J. WALLER,
Vholesale and Retail
AO Kinds o? Sausages
Island orders promptly attended to.
SOS KING, STREET,
HONOLULU, - I I. T.
. & Wave..
Large Stock of
Canned Goods & PVuits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU.
Fresh Ice Cream
every day'at 1(1, A. M.
Fresh California' fruits
every wei Ic
Canned Fn.it s &
a,-.n.,..u. -ijgii. , .-..I Tiii 11 in i if . , i ' '
' MARKET ST
Artj'ofTorcd to our patrons
imi-i-si ftu iow mai nicy arc
Write to us for price lists.
CAMERAS REPAIB K D
HOX 7(!! HONOLULfl.
THE HAW ASIAN
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E buy. sell and' doal in :ill
kinds of Real Estate, Loum-s,
Mortiriigos, Bonds. Etc.
Loans negotiated, and legal Uoc
uinents exeeu'.od on shnrt notice.
Our especial feature is the is
suance of a !?2C() Investmenf.
Certificate, partial pnyinent in
character, interept bearing; f nun
date of issuance!, and .-iff ending
small depositors or.e of the best,
investments on tte Market, in as
much as it is .ufe and reliable.
Office, 32 Kin Street Hwivlv, Ii. T.
Pl:one, Main 14 J. P. O. Hoi 262.
P. II. BURNBTTE,
Freight. Padl err ail
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