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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, September 14, 1901, Image 1',
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Wl ' "UME IV . ' ' WAILUKU, MAUI, HJSATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, J90J, " NUMBIl
1H PROFESSIONAL CAPS harry armitage, j wEiMir,M M
m ' JN OT(I C-E . MEGMraic mm What Bo -I
At N. KEPOIKAI Member of Honolulu Slock Exchange, Ofllce - JRB,
, Camiibcii uiovt, Mrruiknt strcot, err , Venezuela hesitates at war for fear 1 r$-l o ij
Attohnev at Lav
V..AIIAINA, , . MAUI
-ANTONIO P. TAVARES
. . Attorney at Law
and notauy pohlio.
MAKAWAQ, . . MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
Attoiisf.y and Counsellor
Ofllcc: Occlrteutnl Hotol, corner of King and
JAMES K. SAUNDERS.
Attorney at Law.
' Ileal Eitato, Dualncsi ana Collection Agency,
p. N. KAUOKUOLUNA
. Attorney at Law,
. Notary Porlio
..-VILLIAM PETERS, M. D.
Laiiaina - Maui.
Dn, JOnN WEDDICK,
' - WAILUKU.
8 tO 10 A. M. 1 tO 4. V. 31. Oi'HOE
' 10 A. 31. Hospital 7 to8 V. 31 OrFICE
Excent when away on urgent Call.
KIHEI - - - MAUI.
' W. F. McCONKEY, M. D.'
Physician Ss Sdroeon
.'PAIA, ' MAUI
'. W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. S.
' Offica, Main and Market
" "GEO. S. AIKEN, D. D. S.
MAKAWAO, - - MAUI.
' Civil Engineer and-Survoyor
ag-VULUKU " J 3IAHI
Civil & Mining Engineer
R. C. SEARLE
For the District op
Mduli T. II
BEARDSLEE & PACK -Architects
Ofllco Itoom3 and X, Arllugiou Annojr,
Tel. s-j-j:1 o. iio ,18.
HONOLULU, . T.II,
Skolchna and corroM climates
furnished at short. notice.
110-211 Ronton Ituildlnii, ovep
Mny & C,p., Port Street.
Mnrltct Street, ojp Saluon,
Nent Fit Gunvantccd
formerly Wnllnhu Hotl
AH KEE, PropWctor
Beds 50 Cents per Niht
maals OS Cents
California Table Fruits.
WAILUKU, MAUI II., T.
Livery, Feed & Snlc Stic
iWsi. GOODNESS, Prop.
HackSj Carpiages, ,
ON SHORT NOTICE
AMIIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
Hacks ami Saddle Horses
Vineyard Strcot, )"Wailuku, Maui
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggiss and Saddle Horses
ON SHOUT NOTIOfi
thlkphone no. 237.
Main Street, Below Market
adj. nkw hash hall grounds
1 1 r. r.
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages toilet
at all hours.
PAI A TRAINS,
Tel. No. -4-4.
PAT A a : . MAUI.
JOSE SARDINIA, Prop.
Express Wagons & Saddle Horses
Freight promptly delivered from
Steamers and Trains '
Carriages meet all Steamers & Trains
ON AND ARTIER JULY :27th, 3901,
The KAHULUl RAILROAD COMPANY will run a SPECIAL TRAIN
every Saturday niht, with first anil second class accommodation
'to.all STATIONS as per u ml c r m c i lij o n c'd T I (VI EiT A B L E.
Reduced rate tlcltcts, jood only on date o? issue, will be sold ?or
THIS TRAIN from the following Points:
PAIA to WAILUKU and return,
SPRECKELSVILLE to WAILUKU and return,
KAHULUl to WAILUKU and return.
Between all other points, regular fare will be charged.
No Passes will be recognized on this TRAIN.
Leave KAHULUl for SPRECKELSVILLE
Leavo SPRECKELSVILLE for PAIA '
Leave PAIA for SPRECKELSVILLE
Leave SPRECKELSVILLE for KAHULUl
Leave KAHULUl for WAILUKU
Leave WAILUKU for KAHULUl
Leave-KAHULUl for WAILUKU
-Leavo WAILUKU for KAHULUl
Leave KAHULUl for SPRECKELSVILLE
Leavo SPRECKELSVILLE for PAIA
' Leave PAIA for SPRECKELSVILLE
Leavo SPRECKELSVILLE for KAHULUl"
The above TIME TABLE and rates are subject 'to
change after due notice having been given.
Kahului, July 24th, 1901.
I0 STABLES wailuku.
LAHAINA STABLES lahaina,
Hacks, Carriages, I5uies and Saddlo Horses
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mail Stage Leaves ) w
A. DO REGO;
-;.-. v uhihiiu nun in uio snipping uusmcss '--mt...TO,.'.
is reported from New York. r.,
5:50 P. Mi
KAHULUl RAILROAD CO.
LAMA! N A
.1 jzl- O
fe-I'- VV IBS
( Lahaina 7 a. m. )
aHuku 12 a. in. S
Ncyotinlions for settlement of the
'steel strike arc in progress. -
Federal ofllcers stopped a threat
ened race war in Indian Territory
A three-masted schooner worth
$00,009 Aras stolen from New York.
aiiebiillnnyill pay 700,000 francs
to the Quay company for its rights
The Czar and 'Emperor William
will moot at Dnntzig Scptemher 9th
uninornia s product has spoiled
the American market for Sicily
-Franco has reduced the sugar
bounties owing to.a deficit of 14,000,-
. Thrco ships from Lynn canal ports
brought over a half million in Klondike
gold to Seattle.
A rumor is current in St. Peters
burg that Russia may- interfere in
the South Africa.
China knows that the great powers
arc badly split, and will play one
against the olhor.
Howard, an American deserter,
leader Of a iMlipino band, was captur
ed by the Americans.
The new German liner Kronprinz
Wilhehn is expected to break the
A German writer in a Berlin paper
says England's navy is far behind in
all latest improvements.
Severe typhoons.are reported from
the China seas, and a succession of
earthquake shocks in Japan..
Thirty thousand dollar targets
have been erected at Sandy Hook
for the tests of tho new Gathmaun
gun. 1 '
Lipton is reported as saying that
the coming race, including the build
ing of his boat, would cost him $1,000-
Admiral Sampson has employed
W. II. Slaylon, a New York lawyer,
to represent him before tho court
Cardinal Gibbons, upon Ins return
from Rqmc, declared he had heard
nothing W the making of American
Eocrs arc slill activo in Cape
Colony. The Burgher, commandants
may hold captured British soldiers
Chicago machinist strikers are
taking snap shots offcabs" and will
circulate the pictures among the
unions of America.
Schley has closed the Uowlson in
cident by refusing to question Adinir-
nl Ilowison ubouthisuUeged interview
on i he Santiago tight.
Joseph p. Redding, who negotiated
the compromise between the Princess
Ha'.zt'eldt and tho Huntington estate,
will get a 5300,000 fee.
T. W. Lnwson will spend over a
million dollars on several islands on
the Maine coasj, changing them into
a, n.inialuro Venice. A game pre
serve will be included.
' Swiftwater Bill" Gates, tho Klon
dike boomer, has eloped wilh his
fourtcen-j ears-old niece, and is
charged with kidnapping.
Earl Russell, serving a term in
Hnllowuy jail for bigamy, upon his
release will become a citizen cf tho
United States, making his home in
The Venezuelan 'government is
preparing a full btatement or all 'trou-l
iilos for submission at Washington:
to prevent intervention in favor of
Lord Strathcoua and Mount Royal,
tho Daily Chronicle believes, will be
appointed successor to tho late Lord
flerschell, as head of tho delegation
representing British interests in the
Joint High Commission,
We Have Reduced Prices
Not Only on Kodaks, Cameras .
and Supplies, but on
liONOLULU PHOTO SUITLY CO.
UOX 700. HOKOl.T LU.
E buy, soli and donl in nllv
kinds of Koal Estate, Lenses.
Mortgages, Bonds. Etc.
Loans negotiated, and legal Doc
uments executed on short notice.
Our especial feature is the is
suance of a J?2C0 Investment
Certificate, partial payment in"
character, interest bearing from-
date of issuance, and alToiding ';
small depositors one of the best
investments on the Market, in as
much as it is afo and reliable.
Office, 32 King Street Hor.olulr, H. T.
Phone, Main 14 J. P. O. Box 262. '
P. II. BURNCTTn,
Metropolitan Meat Co;
.GILBERT J. WALLER,
Wholesale and BeiBi!
AH Kinds of SaireaCG,
Is'antl orders promptly sltfir.(if d to.
108 KING STBEKTB
HONOLULU, - t-I. T,
.... Send Tfic il.l'ti
or $1.50 for a nico box cf Chocolates
and confections, sent post or freight
free to any part of tho Islam's.
Hart & Co.? Ltdj
The Eiito Icecream Parlor.
Honolulu, H. T,