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WAILUKU, MAUI, T, SATURDAY, JULY 20, J901 NUMBER 2
KEPOIKAI & ALULI
Attorneys at LAW
VAILUKU, , MAUI
Attorney at Lav
uAHAINA, . i MAUI
ANTONIO F. TAVARES
Attohney at Law
AND NOTAllY PUIIMC.
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
ArronNEY and CodnseijUii
Ofilcc: Occidental Hotel, corner of King and
JAMES K. SAUNDERS i
Attorney at Law;
Ileal rlstitto, Business and Collection Agency,
P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA
' Attorney at Law
WILLIAM PETERS, M. D.
Physician & SurgHon
JOHN WEDDIOK, M. D.
PlIYSiCIAN & SUROEON-
Physician & Surgeon
klHEI - - - MAUI.
W; P. McCONKEY, M.. D,
Physician & Surgeon
W. RUSSELL BOOTE D. D. Srf
,' Office, Main aniJ Market
GEO. S. AIKEN, D. D. S.
'MAKAWAO, - MAUI.
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
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P. E. LAM All
Civil & Mining Engineer
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member or Honolulu Stool: Exchange, OAlcc
Campbell Dlobk, Merchant Street,
Telephone ftlnln 101. P. O. Box C8li
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
' Architects &, Builders
Onico Rooms 2 and 4, Arlington Annex.
Tel. SxM; P. O. Hor 778.
Sketches and correct estimates
furnished at short notice.
R. 0. SEARLE
FOR THE.DisTRICT OP
Lahaina Maui. T. lit
Livery, Peed & Sale Stable
Wji. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUNDSAN. Tnop.
Hacks and Saddle Horses
Viueyarcl Street, WailukU, Maui
Telephone No. i3S
Wailuku Stable '
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ox shout notioki
telephone no. 257.
Main Street, Bih.ow Market
adj. xjsw hash ball grounds
E. II. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages toilet
at all hours.
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Tel. No. 244.
PAIA - - MAUI.
JOSE SARDINIA, Prop.
Express Wagons & Saddle Horses
Freight, promptly delivered from
Steamers and Trains
Carriages meet all Steamers & Trains
Cruelty of the Boers.
London. July 8. The Daily
gives sensational prominence
morning to mail advices from
fontcin, which attributo to tho Boers
inhuman acrocities that the censor
would not allow to be described by
'"A couple of Boers," says the
Daily Mail's corrcspodent, ''who wet c
armed with Martinis walked around
among the dead and dying. Some
they turned over to see if they were
dead. If it wore othorwiso, then one
or tho other of tho Boers shot them
as you would shoot an ox. I saw
four killed in this way. One young
ster pleaded for his life. I heard him
say: 'Ou, Uhrist, uontr and then
bangl went the rifle. That is what
Tho Daily Mail protests vigorously
against tho suppression by the con-
sor of such details.
National Banks Prosperous.-. .
New York, July 9. Comptroller
of the Currency Dawes is quoted bj
the Washington Correspondent ot
tho Press as saying relative to the-
condition of the national banks of 'the
"Tho latest dotailed roports re
ceived from tho national bank of thi
United States indicate an unusual!;.
high degrco of prosperity.' The con
dition of tho national banking system
can bo taken as a practiclc baromet
er of tho industrial and commercial
condition of the country generallj
and therefore tho remarkable show
ing now being made by these institu
tions indicates clearly that every
branch of American trado and indus
try is flushed to a correspondingly
The tflullah Got Away.
New York, 'July 8. A cablogran
to tho Sun from London says: A cor
respondent of the Times, who is witl
the expedition to Somalilaud sgainst
the Msd Mullah, in a dispatch dated;
Gerloguby, Juno 22, says that tho re
port of tho Mullah's whereabout'
transmitted, on Juno 12th was incor
rect. Tho Abyssinians failed to dis
cover tho Mullah, although they at
tacked tho tribe supporting him anc
billed 200 of them. The correspond
ent adds that their provision are ex
hausted. The men are eating cair.eh
and transport animals. Unless food
is procured in a few days many o
the expedition will dio of starvation, ,
More Filipinos Surrender.
Manila, July 0. There have beeif
a number ef -additional surrenders to
Col. Wint. In all fifty-nino officer.-
aud 475 men, with 286 -rifles aud iC
revolvers, havc-surrendored to him,
Of tho Ninth, Cavalry deserters
Dub'oso and-Russol have surrenderee)
and .Hunter and Viotor wore brought,
in by Bollarmbio.
O!! Jor the Arctic
Tromsof, Norway, July 9. Eve-j
lyn E. Baldwin, the loader of the.,
Baldwin-Zoiglor Arctic expedition,!
arrived hero today. He boarded thej
re-fitted Arctic whaler America
(formerly tho Esquimaux), on whicU
ho will make hls lieadquartors, where
preparations -for -tho trip are pro'
Statehood For Hawaii.
Washington, June 20. Hawaii
will joiu Now Mexico aud, Arizona in
seeking statehood next winter. Dele
gate Wilcox froih (no new island Ter
ritory says lie will introduce ti bill iu
i ho next session of Congress to ndmit
Hawaii to statehood.
TELEfiRAPHIC ITPflK H1tjcwr..r A q
Tho heat wave in tho East is break
Versailles, Ohio, has been destroy
ed by fire.
Tho French submarine
tav Zedc, is a success. '
Carnegie says he docs not wish to
be mayor of New York.
Kruegor's proposed visit to Ame
rica has been definitely postponed.
W. W. Astor charges Julian Field,
tho writer who is suing him, with
At Volo, Turkey, on the 0th, sol
diers raided tho treasury and paid
Russian detectives are watchlnp
the German universities for nihilist
Delay is being experienced in this
country and in England in tho build
ing of battleships.
Gen'l. MacArthur wai relieved of
the command of' the Philippines July
3, by Gen'l. Chaffee,
The sum of $30,000 has been stoler
from the vaults of the United Spates
mint at San Francisco.
Edward Baupre, a French Cana
lian, twenty years old, is eight feel
liigh, and still growing.
It is denied that tho Morgan-Rocke
feller interests will establish an in
ternational bank jn Paris.
W. K. Vanderbilt has imported an
automobilo from Germany that makes
seventy-five miles, an hour. . . .
Six- hundred thousand dollars ir
one shipment, has just been received
in Seattle, from the "Klondyko.
American and Danish capitalists
.vill staVt a direct steamship line
from Christiana and Copenhagen 1o;
Tho prico for mules is unusualh
hiyh in the States. ' They nrc hcinr
shipped" to "South Africa in largf
Modjoska is being warmly received
in Poland. Sh'kiewicz, the author
of "Quo Vadis," has offered to write
a play for her.
Secretary Root Will extend tl.c
cope of infantry schools and try t
bring about joint maneuvers of 11k
regulars gnd militia. t
England refuses to release cap
tured Americans who fought witl
tho Boers. They will be held uutH
after the hostilities are ended.
Tho War Office in London esti-j
nates that during the past foui
months 9,000 Boers have been killed,-
wounded or mado -prisoners.
Tho supreme lodge of the Knight
of Pythias is mcetmg at .Chicago to
consider the injudicious investment
of $51)0,000 belonging to the order
Two uoys wore sent to prison in,
Berlin for a month for making un
complimentary remarks about a bust
of the Kaiser, a.id then upsetting iU
In the Spanish Cortes the Duke of,
Tetuan reproached the' Liberals foi
permitting the intervention of tt
United States, in Cuba, and recnllirff
At a rcrent'Cbautnuqua Assomblji
at Atlantic Gity, Professor Ma.v
"Alaigolis, of the Uwivjssvty of Cali
fornia, assorted that Job-was not i
lew.. lie also said -the 'book va
tniroly pootical, and that posulbl,
Job lievwr existed. His rcmarlw !
shocked the orthodox portion of hi;'
.carers very much.
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HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
oi wugs or raeaicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
1210-211 Uoston Building, over
Alny C- Co., Fort Street.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
GILBERT I WALLER,
Wholesale and Retail
All Kinds of Sausages
J & Eggs
Island orders prompHy attended to.
108 KING STREET.
HONOLULU, - H. T.
Large Stock of .
Cannod Goods & Fruits.
MARKET ST WAIJ.UKU,
Fresh Ice Cream
every day a,t 1,0, A. M.
manila I Clears
Fresh California fruits
Canned Fruits )c
lCold Drink r.
and .t . m
Are offered to our patron's at
prices so low that they aroff
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