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. m' - VO'-UME IV AILUKU, MAU1.-H. K, SATURDAY, AUGUST 17,1901. NUMBER 1 jl
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KEPOIKAI & AIiULI
ATTOttfoEYS at Law
WAILUKU, . .MAUI
iSWoftMEV at Lav
AHAINA' . . . MAUI
ANTONIO F. TAVARES
Attoiiney at Law
And Notary" PtniiJC.
lifAKAVAO, . . MAUI
J; M. KANEKUA
AlTTOIINEY AND COUNSELLOR
Office: Occidental Hotel, corner of Kins and
JAMES K. SAUNDERS. .
Attorney at Law.
Real Cs'tritdi Huslness and Collection Agency,
(laud,' Maul. Telopliono No.
P. N( KAHOKUOLUNA
Anvrrtnwp.v at TjAW
yiLLIAM PETERS, Mi D.
Physician & Surgeon
LAHA1NA ' MAUI.
fill, JOHN WEDDICK,
8 to 10 a. m. 1 to -1 p. 5i. Office
.10 a. m. Hospital 7 tof'iJ. m Office
'Except when away on urgent Call.
'V."F. McCONKJiJY,' 11. ,D.
"., Physician & Surgeon
PAIA, . . MAUI
AV. .RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. S.
Dentist t .
s Office, Main and Market
VAILUKU, ..... MAUI
GEO. S. AIKEN, D. D. S.
Civil Enyine'or rtnd Survoyor
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E. LAM All .
YoA TUB DlSTRICT.'OP
Stock and BoW BnoKEn. A . JL J. !V- C T T 114 L 11 :VW
. ' t" -: Tolstoi is hovering between life -
Member of Ilonblula Stock Exchttnge. oraco LV'- " and death. r ' . m&L
Campbell niobk, Merchant Stroot, ,' acLy-r , l , 1 L. I "1 SfiK
t.,;c,.m.,,.,. . ittsng ik-- iou Inmkr ii
BEARDSLEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
i. ". OIIlco Rooms J antTJ. AHlnBton Annex.4
" Tei..s;iVO. Uoxnts.
Sketches and correct estimates
furnished at short notice.
210-211 Boston Building, over
Alny tt Co., Fort Street.
Market Street, opp. Saloon,
Neat Fit Guaranteed
formerly Wailuku Hotel
AH KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents per Niht
AA on I m OS Cotlta
WAILUKU, MAUI II., T.
Feed & Sale Stable
Wji. GOODNESS, Prop.
ION SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
Slacks and Saddle Morses
AT ALL HOURS
Vineyard Street, IWailuku, Maui
Tolupliottb No. 23S
JOHN DOREGO," Prop.l
iCarriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
on shout noticei
telephone no. 257.
Main Street, Below Market
adj. nkv base ball, grounds
E. H. PIEPER, Prop. '
Hacks and darrlages toilet
at all hours.
Meet ail , . . .
Tel. No. 244.
PAIA ' - - MAUL
JOSE SARDINIA, Prop.
iExpress Wdgons a Saddle Horses
Steamers and Trains
Carriages, meet all Steamers' &, Trains
ii uu. r m . a m - i ww
ON AND AFTER
lite KAIIUUtJI KA1LKUAU UUlMI'AIS Y wiliruii a SPECIAL TRAIN
every Saturday night, with first
to all STATIONS as per undermentioned TIME TABLE.
Reduced rate tickets, good only on date of issue, will be- sold for
THIS TRAIN from the following Points:
PAIA to WAILUKU and return,
SPRECKELSVILLE to WAILUKU and return
KAHULUI to WAILUKU and return.
Between all oilier points, regular fore will be charged.
No Passes will bo recognized on this TRAIN.
Leave KAHULUI for SPRECKELSVILLE 5:50 P; M.
Lea vo SPRECKELSVILLE for PAIA 6:05
Leave PAIA for SPRECKELSVILLE 6:30
Leave SPRECKELSVILLE for KAHULUI 6:50
Leave KAHULUI for WAILUKU 7:15
Arrives WAILUKU 7:30
Leave WAILUKU for KAHULUI 7:40
Leave KAHULUI for WAILUKU 10:50 .
Leave WAILUKU for KAHULUI . li:20'
Leave KAHULUI for SPRECKELSVILLE ' 11:35
Leave SPRECKELSVILLE for PAIA 11:50
Leave PAIA for SPRECK 12LS VILLE 12:10
Leave SPRECKELSVILLE for KAHULUI 12:27
The above TIME TABLE and rates are subject to
change after due notice having been given.
Kahului, July 24th, 1901.
Call and We will I
to Show You the F
of Golf Shirts, Pajamas,
Shirts and Neck Wear
Brought to Maui
-tfirfeks, Carriages, Buggies and
nt all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mail Stage 'leaves
A. DO RECO.
JULY 2JTth, 1901,
and second class accommodations
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
. J-AHAIN' ,
a" Lahaina 7 a. m
'Wailukua2 af m
On July 26, Nevada .was shaken
hy a heavy earthquakd.
iv uoston company lias uoviseu n
ystem of submarine signals.
Rear Admiral Sampson will retire
from the service next-February.
The now battleship Maine has been
successfully launched and christened.
Kitchener confirms the story that
Boors shot British wounded at Valk
fontoin. Maryland Democrats will under
take to eliminate the negro from
Several country towns in Califor
nia may be connected by an automo
King Edward has recommended
that Earl Roberts be given 100,000
for eminent services.
No agreement had been reached
July 30th at the conference of steel
men held at Pittsburg.
Russia is building gunboats to pa
trol Manchurian rivers, and is also
fortifying central ports.
Embassador Choato has loft London
for Holland, and it is reported that
he goes to meet Kruger.
Blockhouses may be built along
South African railroads to protect
them from Boer raiders.
Reprisals against Germany are
threatened if the proposed tariff
changes are inaugurated.
Boxers threaten, if the indemnity
house tax is collected, to rise again
and drive out all foreigners.
Vice President Zanartu, of 'Chili,
lias resigned as a protest against
Tho Democratic State Committee
if South Carolina has read Senator
McLaurin -nit of the party.
Tho War Department has warned
Capt. S. L. Schley, U. S. A., not to
talk about his father's case,
Aguinaldo has written to the mo-
thet of a, captured American soldier
and will try and find him for her.
Tho son of Admiral Schley says his
.'ather is holding back some trump
cards, and will surprise his accusers.
Two, members df an English party
wero dashed to death on the Matter
horn, and two others severely hurt.
Tho London War Office is sup
iressing cable news on account of
iccusation's mude by the London
Tho British squ'a'dron has left Hong
kong under sealed orders, after tak-
ng on board coal, ammunition and
Amorican railways lead the world
except in the number of passcnaers1
jarried, England being ahoud in that;
A London company has secured a
Klondike creek water right from the
crown, and will supply the hillside
and bench claims of tho gold district
Thirty-two roturned soldiers from
South Africa rofused to bo decorated
on the ground that they needed their!
arrears pay more. i
A beautiful American girl in Parisi
has asked to be taken into an asy
lum, saying tjiat she has an uncon-,
trollablo desire to kill babies.
It is thought that Andre's balloon
owing to humidity in Jho atmosphere
when it left Spitzbergen, got a coat
ing of ice and fell into tho sea.
A Boer minister declared in Chica
go that the rate at which women andl
ihildren wero dying in the Dutch
oncentration camps' meant tho exH
.crmination of the race in nine years,
Con and Florence Sullivan, of Butte
tfont., and P. J. Rooncy, of .Seattle,
vero killed by Indians on Unlmak lis
tnd, Alaska. D. Jackson, who es-
saped, says t'ao Indians tho first s'tolcT
.ho guns of the prospectors, then
-low them from ambush.
I oston company lias doused n ' jgjSm
o. suomar.nc s.gna.s. w p , p .
All Along the
Not Only on Kodaks, Cameras
and" Supplies, but on
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
BOX 769. HONOLULU.
THE HAW ABB AN
1 LIMITED H5-
WE buy, sell and deal in ail
kinds, of Real Estate, Leases,
Loans negotiated, and legal Doc
uments executed on short notice.
Our especial feature is the is
suance oi a frzuu investment
Certificate, pai-tial payment in
character, interest bearing from
date of issuance, and affording.'
small depositors one of the best
investments on tpe Market, in as
much as it is .safe and reliable.
Office, 32 King Street Honolulu, H. T.
Phone, Main Hi. P. O. Box 262.
P. II. BURNETTE,
Metropolitan Meat Co,
GILBERT J. WALLER,
Wholesale and . Reteij
All Ktnds of "Saiisage&
Island orders promptly attended .to.
108 KING .STREET,
HONOLULU, 1- H. T,
Send 7!)c,$l.,00 $1.23
or $1.50 for alce box of Chpcolates,
and confectibns"scrit p"ost or freight
free to any part f the Tslaufts.
Haet & Co, ItdC
The Elite Icecrenm Parlor,
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