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jOi-UME IV " WAILUKU, MAUI, H. HURDAX SEPTEMBER'?, 1?01. ' NUMBERS '.-M
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iKv. j j ATTAIN A. . . MAUI -, Reduced vote tickets, good only on dnte of issue, will be sold for cnau 01 moso lauguages. OB A 3 fiF fc
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Attorney at Law
and Notaiiy Public.
MAKAAVAQ, . . - MAUI
7 M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellor
-w nm. rtnntilntnl Hotnl. comer of King and
rf : " ', " Allton Streets.
HONOLULU, . . T. H
f- 3 AMES'K. SAUNDERS.
' Attorney at Law,
Real' Estate, .niwlncss and Colleetlon Agency,
' ' "NOTAIIY PUBLIC.
liana, Maul. - Telephone No.
Attorney at Law
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WILLIAM! PETERS, M. D.
a. , . -.physician ec qURoeon
' DR. JOHN WEDDIOK, '
a to 10 a.m. 1 to 4 r. m. Office
10 a. m. Hospital 7 to8 v. m Office
Except when away on ui-gont Call,
Physician & Suro'eon
W. F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surqeon
n.V . MAUI
W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. S
Offico, Main and Market
WAILUKU, , .
GEO? S. AIKEN, D. D. S.
- Vt A Tf-AAV AO. - - MAUI
' . Civil Engineer and Surveyor
",P. E.'LAMAU 1
' Civil & Mining Engineer
i and -
R. 0. SEARLE
For tub District of
210-211 Boston Building, over
Mny & Co., port Street,
Mnrltot Street, opp.'Saloon,
Nent Fit Guaranteed
formerly Wnlluliu Hotel
AH KEE, Proprietor
Beds SO Cents per Niht
meals 35 Cento
California Table Fruits.
WAILUKU, MAUIH., T;
ivory, Fed ft Sale Stable
Wm. GOODNESS, Prop,
ION SHORT NOTICE
;arriaqes meet all steamers
Hacks ay Saddle Morses
AT ALL HOURS
Vinevard Street, , A a.'.u'ai, Maui
Telephone No. 235
JOHN DOREGO. Pn.p.l
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHOUT XOTlCKi
TELEPHONE NO. i!57.
Main Street, Below MXiuurr
ADJ. NEW IlAl HI.T, OHOUNDS
E. H. PIEPER Prop.
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Hacks and Carriages toilet
at all hours.
Tel. No. 2 A A-.
PATA ' - - MAUI
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JOSE SARDINIA, Prop.
Express Wagons & Saddle Horses
Frc'ght promptly ii ''ercd from
Steamers and Trains
Carriages meet all Steamers & Trains
ON AND AFTER
The KAHULUI RAILROAD COMPANY will run n SPECIAL TRAIN
ev'9irj"Sntuvdtty nljilit, with first
.to nil STATIONS as per undermentioned TIME TABLE.
Reduced rate ticket's, good only
r.HIS TRAIN from the following
PAIA to WAILUKU and return,
SPRECKELSVILLE to WAILUKU and return,
KAHULUI to WAILUKU and return.
Between all other points, regular fare will be charged.
No Passeswill be recognized on thifl TRAIN.
Leave KAHULUI for SPRECKELSVILLE 5:50"P M. .
Leave SPRECKELSVILLE for PAIA" G:0j
Leavo PAIA for SPRECKELSVILLE G:30
Leave SPRECKELSVILLE for KAHULUI G:50
Leave KAHULUI for WAILCJKU 7:15 1
Arrives WAILUKU 7;30
Leave WAILUKU for KAHULUI 7:40
Leave KAHULUI for WAILUKU . ' 10:50
Leave WAILUKU for KAHULUI 11:20
Leave KAHULUI for SPRECKELSVILLE 11:33
Leave SPRECKELSVILLE for PAIA 11:.")0
Leave PAIA for SPRECKELSVILLE 12:10
Leave SPRECKELSVILLE for KAHULUI 12:27
The above TIME TABLE and rates are siibjecf to
change after due notice having been given.
Kahului, July 24th, 1901.
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mail Stage Leaves jwttium!i Daily
A. JOO RECO,
JULY STtH, lSOI,
nnd secoiul clnss nccomntcfdiitions
on date of issue, will be sold for
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
Buggies and Saddle Horses
Kruger denounces the use of blacks
13' the British.
President Hays of tho Southern'.
Pacific has resigned. .
Americans M'o in control of the
London mca't market.
A national reciprocity convention
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Columbia University will have a
chair of Chinese languages.
China seeks a definite understand
ing with Russia about Manchuria.
Satisfactory conditions are report
ed from the Northern Phillippinci.
Chili will not be'represeutcd at the
tPan-Amcrlcan Congress at tho City,
Tho last of the bars oT gold taken
from the Selhy smelter have been
Friendly personal relations are
probable between King Edward and
and tho Czar.
The re-enactment of the Chinese
exclusion law is opposed by Eastern
A new steamship company is being
exploited to cross the Atlantic in less
than five days.
The Czar is said to have offended the
British by inviting Krueger to attend
his sister's wedding. r
Russia is building fortifications at
Ncwchangt and pushing the railroad
to tho Corean frontier.
There is a break in tho ranks of
the steel men at Chicago, and a dozen
have joined the strikers.
John Winters tho Sclby Smelting
Works robber, has been sentenced to
fifteen years impriscment.
As roori as tho Iowa is ready she
will Go cent to Panama. The Ranger
is under the samo orders.
The Cunard liner Lucania Was re
ported by wireless telegraph while
till iiOO miles from New ork.
A plague of caterpillars is strip
ping the slndo trees of tho While
House grounds at Washington.
Threo British gunboats have sailed
for the Braziliai. coast, to be ready
in case of trouble at Rio. do Janeiro.
Experiments with mosquito infec
tion of yellow fever will bo discontinu
ed, as ono patient has died at Havana.
Fights over claims at Cape Nome
have resulted i.i tho calling cut of
United States trcops to guard claims.
Harriman is planning a tunnel for
the Sierras. It will live miles in
length, and among the longest in the
A body of -100 Kurds have destroy
ed twelve villages in Armcnia,kllling
all tho males and carrying off the
The States Department has invited
all nations to bo represented at the
Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St.
Louis in 1903.
Unless tho decrees of punishment
for tho authors of the Chuchau mas,
sacres are carried out immediately,
British' troops will remain in China.
A Boer agent has sued tl.e British
Consul at New Orleans for slander in
connection with the story of an at
tem4't to blow up a British transport
Gerhardt Terlinger, a German,
after it long pursuit, was arrested at
Milwaukee for having tmbezz!r
1,500,(100 marks from the German
The French Emba5sador, M. Con
stans, has notified Mi-i Sutnn's first
secietary that all diplomatic rela
tions between Franco nnd Turkey
are broken off.
The Signal Corps of the War Do
pnrtinenthaibeen conduct 'nff exprr.
imeilts along original Hues Wij) wire
loss telegraphy for tbren '-oi's and
has developed a system tbai wjllsoon
bo put into practical oprntion upon
the Pacific coast for signaling arilv
Have Reduced Prices
Not Only on Kodaks, Cameras
and Supplies, but on
HONOLULU ITIC-TO SUPPLY CO.
BOX 700. HONOLULU.
Realty & jaturily o,
WE buy, soli mid. dcnl in nil
kinds of Real Estate, Lenses,
Mortgages, Bonds, Etc. '.
Loans negotiated, and legal Doc
uments executed on shoi t notice.
. Our especial feature is the is:
suanco of a 200 Investment "
Certificate, partial payment in
character, interest bearing from -dato
of issuance, and nfToi ding-
small depositors ono of tho best
investments on tho Market, in as
much as it is ?nfo and reliable.
Olficr, 32 King Street Hbco'.uV, H. T, .
Phone, Main HJ. P. O. L'cx 22,
P. II. UURNETTE,
Metropolitan Meat Co,
GILBERT J. WALLEE,
Wholesale and Retei!
AH Kinds ol Sausoge'a
Dealers In bX
Is'and orders promptly f'dc'ed t;
108 KING STREET.
HONOLULU, - H. V.
.... Pond T.-.e n.'O l.f
or $1 .HO ror a rieo hox o' '""iir 'Hpif i
and p(infeeUon, ont pnt. or 'rohl
free to any part of the Ithm''!.
Hant & Co.-9 Ltdf
The Elito Icecream Parlor.
'Honolulu, H. T. .
Lolmirid Maul, T.H