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A. N. KBPOIKAI & ALULI
j. 'V; ATTORNEYS AT LAW
WAILUKU, .; MAUI
v 'Attorney at Law
ANTONIO P. TAVARES
Attorney at Law
and Notary PunMc.
-MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
nJ J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellou
at Law. '
Office: Occidental Hotel, corner ot King noi
JAMES K. SAUNDERS.
Attorney at Law.
Hoal Estate, Business and Collection ABncy,
" Haua, Maul.
Attorney at Law
' WILLIAM PETERS. M. D.
. ' PnysioiAN & Surgeon
I JOHN WEDDICK, M. D
WAILUKU, . MAUI
Physician & Surgeon
KIUEI - - - MAUI.
W.F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
PAIA, . - v . MAUI
RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. S.
Office, Main and Market
WAILUKU. . . MAUI
GEO. S. AIKEN. D. D. S.
MAKAWAO - - MAUI.
Civil Engine i' and Surveyor
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P. K. LAM Ait
Civil St Mining Engineer
HARRY ARMITAGE. '
' Stocj; and Bond Broker.
Member oi Honolulu Stock Exchange, onjee
Campbojl HloliltfjIiTchnnt SdccV '
Telephone Main 101. P. O. Box OH!)
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
AnoiiiTEcrs & BuilderbJ
OBlco Rooms B nml 4, ArllnKton Annex.
Tol. SSDj P. O. 13oi f7S.
Sltotcbos uml correct estimates
furnished at short notico.
R. 0. SEARLE
For the District ok
Mnul. T. II.
Livery, Feed k Sale Stile
Wm. GOODNESS, Pi-op.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUNDSAN. tttor.
Hacks and Saddle Horses
AT ALL HOURS
Vineyard Street, Wailuku, Maui
Telephones No. 235
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies arid Saddle Horses
on short notice-telephone-
Main Street, Below Market
adj. new hase dall grounds
E. II. PIEPEE, Prop.
Macks and Carriages toilet
at all hours.
yyieet all , . . .
Tel. No. -2.A-A-.
PATA - - MAUI.
JOSE SARDINIA, Prop.
Express Wagons & Saddle Horses
Freight promptly delivered from
Steamers and Trains
Carriages is- d all Steamers & Traim
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H.; .
Withdraw Moro Troops.
New Yonic, Juno -29. Cubans liav-
hiR accepted tlio Piatt amendment,
says tho Washington correspondent
of tho. Herald, General Miles has
officially recommended to Secretary'
Root that onehaitot- the-AuTericu!
forco now policing the island bo with
drawn, and that the work bo turned
Over to the Cubaus, in order that
they may bo prepared to accept full
responsibility for preserving order..
London, June 2!). Lord Kitchenei
in a dispatch from Pretoria today
"Tho Boers attacked two block
houses on the Delagoa lino noar
Bruspruit Bight Juno 20 Hi. At:
armored train arrived and scat
tered the Boers, killing four. It h
reported twenty casualties were car
"Field Cornet de ?ricss has surren
dered at Piotorsbur;.' with forty -fotn '
Scorched by a Hot Wave.
New York June 29th. Yester-.
day was tho hottest June day ovc-i
recorded in New York and tho re
sult was 41 serious -prostrations anc
five deaths. All over the west ant?
northwest there continues a re
cord breaking hot wave and the
number of death is on the increase
all tho time.
Washington, Juno 27, Justice,
Bradley in the Equity court todnj
decided the Manila Bay and Santiago
Bay prize cases. The decision is in
favor of tho claimants as to vessels-
captured and as to property takei
from vessels so captured. It h
against them as to property capture
Admiral Dowoy his officers an?'
men aro the claimants in the Manila
case, and Admiral Sampson, hi.'
officers and men are the claimault
in tho Santiago case.
According to counsel tho claimautb
in the Manila case receive a total -a
$288,000 divided among about 2,00
people r and tho claimants in thi
Santiago case will get in the neigl -bqrhood
of $:00,000, distributee
among about 3,000 persons,
Cloudburst In West Virginia.
Blukfikld, W. Va., June 2Gth.
One hundred lives and $5,000,000 of
property have been wiped out by a
cloud burst and flood which swept
the Elkhorn Valley, from tho head
of the branch down to Tug river.
The rainfall began early tho morn
ing of June 22nd, being practically a
cloudburst, the streams rising bo
rapidly that there was no chance
for the people to leave their houses
and flee for safety.
Hny'e 6on Killed.
New Haven, Conn., Juno 20'.-Adel-bert
S. Hay, son of the United Stitet
consul at Pretoria, dropped from a
window in the third story of the New
Haven Houso shortly before 2:30
o'clock this morning. He was killed
iustautly. Tho details of the accv
dent will never bo lujown, but is
thought that he was sitting on the
windowsillf dozed off) and lost his
oalance. He fell sixty feet. The
oung man was a graduate of lB'JS?1
Refined Sugar Prices Advincid.
New York, June 23. Tho Ameri
:an Sugar Refining Company today
idvauce'd all grades of retined sugars
) cents, or one-twentieth of a cent a
NEWS , vwiuw uu 1
SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1901.
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Mrs. McKinley is able to leave hrr
Joseph Ladue, founder of Dawson
City, is dead.
Eastern cities continue to to
scorched by the sun.
Earl Russcl was. indicted for biir-
hffiy by 'a'grfi iiirjufy iif London.
The Connoton Valley Bank, rf
Slicrrodsville, Ohio, has assigned.
The Kloudyke is turning out i 11
kinrs of mineral wealth this .season.
The South African war continue;
to cost Groat Britain $1,250,000
Chinese bandits havo seized four,
walled towns near Moukden, Man-'
British sportsmen fear the llonley
cup may bo won, by a Belgian or m,
There will bo over forty beet, sugnr
factories in operation in the Unitou
States this year.
A great oil well struck near Deni
son, Texas, is said to spouting oil to
a-heighth of 400 feet.
Nearly $200,000 is appropriated
by the government for tho public im
provement in Dawson.
Jessie Morrison, slayer of Mt.i.
Castle, was convicted of manslaught
er at Eldorado, Kansas.
A transport with 030 Boer prison
ers has arrived at Bermuda. The
prisoners are in. good spirits.
Tho Market street railway system
of San Francisco will use liquid fup'.
instead of coal, for its power supplied.
- Kitchener is giving out but littlt'
flaws; There is evidence-tliat'seVei t
lighting is going cn in South Africa.
Mrs. Funston, wife of Brigadier
General Funston, lias returned to
her home in Oakland from the Phil
ippines, A young man and a young lady,
who won $3,500 jointly on a lottcrj
tieket, wore married in Santa Bo,' a
Sun Francisco labor unions havi
passed strong resolutions asking foi
ttho rccnactment of the Chinese ex.
The entire Chireso province ol
Shantung is reported to bo in rovolt,
the Russian troops not being in force
to keep quiet.
The Leipziger Bank, of Leipzige r,
failed, and caused a panic in tl e
German stock market. The liabilities
are over S-20,000,000.
Over a thousand acres at Forest
Park, St. Louis, havo been selected
as the sito of the Louisiana Purcha'o
Exposition for 1003.
Secretary Hay lias announced that
ho will stay at tho head of the Staio
Dspnrlment until tho close of Presi
dent McKinley's term.
Tho chamber of commerce of King
ston, Jamaica, has asked that 3,000
Boer prisoners be sent to Jamaica,
offering monoy and farms.
Burghers have entered Capo Col
ony in force, which reports to tin
London Mail say approaches 7,000,
and are gaining recruits and horses.
Tho Russian government, to help
out the iron manufacturers, may
build a railroad from St. Petersburg
to a junction with tho Siberian lino.
The Postal Telegraph Company is
pushing its telegraph lines, wl-i h
will tern h to Dawson in tho Yukon
ou' 1 ho con tion being .;
ried oi. n - in he t cue's.
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a ?acka$:e
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the -Article.
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fu nrsi ciass stores iancile
210-211 lioston Building, over
IMny & Co., Tort Street.
Metropolitan Meat Co,
GILBERT J. WALLER,
Wholesale and Retail
All Kinds of Sausages.
1 . . 1 Poultry
Dealers in fer
Island orders promptly attended to.
108 KING STREET.
HONOLULU, - H, T.
Large Stock, of ,,
Canned Goodsfc' Fruits.
MARKET ST WAILUKU.
Fresh Ice Cream
every day at 10, A. M.
Fresh California fruits
Canuod Fruits &
MARKET ST WAIIUKU
i.utith i firm mnn
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Arc-offered In our patron's nt?f
prices so low that tliejy Ard-
"Write-to us for price ltat?.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
IJUA. 7(i!). HONOLULU.
FULLY I 1 3 O
E bllV. Sell llllfl floiil in'
kiilds of Real Estiite fei&es
Loans negotiated, and legal I
iiments executed on short notice.
Our especial feature is the is-i-fa
suancc oi a iuu investment
Certificate, partial paytneuL in '
chttracter, Interest uearinff from
date of issuance, and afTordiissr
snnill depositors one of tho best
investments on tho Market,' in as?
much as it is .?a-ie and reliable.
Office, 32 King Street Honolulu, H. T. -
Phone, Main J4J. P. O. Bex 262.
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Freight Paid on aH
Orders o's SrIOftiid
Marl;el Street, opt. Sutuon,
WAILUKU, - - M'Ul
Neat Fit Gunrnntecil
fcimerly WulluUu Hofl
All KEE, Prrprlotor
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