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. WAILUKU MAUI
A. N. KEPOIKAI - - -
' ArrottNEt at Law
'iWAI'LUKUj MAUI Stock a.W Bond Biugcsn.
f C ' JOHN RICHARDSON
ATTonNEi' at Lav
W uAHAINA, . . MAUI
ANTONIO P. TAVARES
Attorney at Law
and Notary Puiluc.
. J. Mi KANEKUA-
Attorney and Counsellor
at Law. -
Oillco: dccldcntnl Hotel) corner of King and
HONOLULU", . . T. II.
JAMES K. SAUNDERS.
A'rroii.NEY at Law.
tical llntnte; HusIuckb nud Collcctfou Agency,
P. N. K AH OKUOLUN A
Attorney at Law
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Physician & Surgeon
Physician A SuRdEON
KIHEI - - - MAUI.
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Physician fc Surgeon
p ATA. - . -. MAUI
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, OSice, MAIN and Market
S. AIKEN, D. D. S.
Civil Eninccr and Surveyor
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Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
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Main Strkkt, Below Market
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Hacks and Carriages toilet
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meet all . . .
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Express Wagorts & Saddle Horses
freight promptly delivered irom
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WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H.,
A Church Dynamited.
Manhattan, Kan., Juno 22. An
attempt was made at 2:30 this
morning to blow up tho First Motlio
dist Church with dynamite. . It is be- i
lioved to bo the work of jointists
who directed their spito against Rev.
J. M. Miller, pastor of, tho church,
because of his crusado against tho
saloons. No arrest have been made.
Mad Mullnh in Flight.
Aden, June 22. Tho Mad Mullah,
after the recent repulse by Captain
McNeill of his attack upon the Bri
tish Zareba, accidentally encountered
the main British force of cavalry and
mounted infantry, which immediately
attacked and routed him. The pur
suit was continued throughout the
night. A hundred of the enemy
woro killed, and the Mullah and the
Sultan of Nur narrowly escaped
capture. Tho British force .lost !
seven killed and wounded.
State of the Negotiations.
London, Juno 22. Lord Lans-i
downo, an Associated Press corres-
ponricnt learns, does not take such a j
pessimistic view of the Chinese nego- j
tiatious, as do a majority of the;
British newspapers. Tho foreign
oflicc by no means coincides in tlffr
view of the Peking correspoadent of I
Ihc Daily Mail, who cables today
that the negotiations are drifting in
to a hopless muddle. There is now
aiv opinion among competent officials
in Downing street that there is a
'ood prospect of settlement. It is
denied that Gertftany' has lindreased
her demand for indemnity;. from tha
British standpomt XSermany Jias now
adopted a lair and rational basis,
though, of course, in common the
United States and Great Britain
would have liked the indemnity to be
smaller. It is admitted that Great
Britain is partly responsible for the
delay in deciding the method of pay
ment, but it is maintained that she
as the largest trader with China, is
more vitally concerned than any
other uoWer in keening down the
duty on imports.
ChincBc Emperor to Return.
Paris, June 22. A dispatch re
ceived here from Peking says an oili
oial proclamation has been issued
here announcing that the Emperor
will return to Peking in October, ar-
rivincr at tho capital by railroal from
Pao Ting Fu.
A Great Art Purchase.
New York, Juno 22. A special
dispatch from London to the World
announces that J.Pierpmont Morgan
has made auolher .great art pur
chase. He has just acquired Sh
Johsua Reynolds' famous portrait
group, "Lady Delma and Hci
Daughters." He bought the picture
from the dealer, Charles Werthel
mer. This portrait, which .stands
high among Reynolds' masterpieces,
changed hands at Christies' .auotioi
room nine years ago at $55,000 Mr,
Morgan is now said to have pnioJ
?110,000 for it. Reynolds painted itj
in 1780 for Lady Dehna, who was u
sister of the then Earl of Carlisle and
a L'reat beautv. Rconolds received.
$1,030 for it.
Japanese Statesman Murdered.
J Yokohama, June 21. Hoshi Toru,
who was Minister of Communications
in the Ito Cabinet, was stabbod to
lay at a meeting of tho City Assemb
'v and died short! v afterward. Hoshi
j foi.u ,vas Japanese Miuistor at
Vashlugton and was omierh pre3i
l"nt of the House. The assassination
s supposed to have buc-u due to
' jj. .-'. kit
SATURDAY, JULY 6, 190 J.
An Indian outbreak
Tho Kaiser has predicted a long
era df-jSeace for his people.
, The-friends of the Boers held a big
meeting In London June-ID,- j
The Indians of 'Washington have
declared war upon tho whites.
A mountain of sulphur has been
discovered in the Cassiar district.
Cubau independence may be an ac
complished fact by next- Christmas.
Lipton has proposed a race across
the Atlantic to follow tho cup sei-ies.
The powers declined to permit
Chinese troops to return to Peking.
Germany now favors arbitration.
This is a decided change since The
Jules Henrivaux, the great glass
manufacturer, says the coming age
will bo one of glass.
Thc-English attitude on the Chinese
traff is firmly opposed to tho increase
of duty on rice and opium
Von Buelow's frank characteriza
tion of Bismarck is said to have
given offense to the' Kaiser.
It is reported that Botha has re
pudiated Kruegor, and that he will
continue peace ncgociations.
C. W. Von der Hoot, a Boer sym
pathizer at Washington, says the
Boers have gained great ground.
Civil law is.to rule iu the Philip
pines. Tho President has issued an
ordnr making Judge Taft Governor.
A bouquet containing a dagger
was recently sent over the footlights1
to Sybil Sanderson while she was sing;
ing in Paris.
Tho value of forests in the Philip'
pines is suid to bo great. The scarc
ity' of labor will bo tho chief obstacle
Labor unions arc prepared to fight
the Chi.icso. ' They will demand that
the exclusion law be re-enacted
Prof. Dewaro of London has suc
ceeded in liquefying hydrogen and
currying it through the streets of
that city iu a jar.
The .population of the United
Kingdom is 41,451,573, an increase in I
ten years of 3,721, G5(i. Ireland shows
a loss of population.
After lively fighting with tho Mad'1
Mullah of Som'alliland,.n British ex
pedition has captured supplies and'
killed many natives.
Embassador Andrew D. White do
nies that he will resign his position
at the German court and return to
the United States next December.
Tho Chicago. Milwaukee and St.
l?aul railways are to be consolidated
with tho Uunion Pacific. Tho JIui-i.
.rimau syndicate is back of the deal
The contract labor law is now.
practically nullified. Little. attempt
is being jnado to enforce it, and there
has been mueh dilliculiy in securing
The passion play .given By the
Scheldt tribe of Indians jiear Van
couver, B. C, was performed with
much success. O.-er .2,51)0 Indians!
visited the scene o! tho primitive'
Rev. C. G. Adams of San Francis
co shot and killed Dr. John G. Jessup,
who interfered when the former was
abusing Ids daughter, Agnes Adams.
The minis! r .was .under the influence
1 Jf liquor. ' MARRlir i l" , WAi.Oi( V. iic .C! ,
Hollister Drug Co.
210-211 Boston UiiUclfnAf ocr
Mny Cf Co., Port Street.
HONOLULU, H. T.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
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Wholesale and Retail
Ail Kinds oi Sausages
Dealers in u.
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108 KING STREET.
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Ftesh California fruits
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Cold Drink .'
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