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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. H., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1901.
NUMBER 7 '
A. N. KEPOIKAI
Attorney- AT LAW
ATTOtlMF.Y AT Lav
mahaina, . .
. ANTONIO F. TAVARES
Attorney' at Laav
and Notary Puhmc.
MAKAWAO. . . MAUI
Attorney and Counsellor
vat Law, I
Oluco: Occidental Hotol, corner of Kins and
Alakcn Streets. J
HONOLULU, . . T. II.
JAMES K. SAUNPERS.
Attorney at Law,
R3al Estate, Hustness nnd Collection Agency;.
NOTARY rUHLIC. ,
P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA
Attorney at Iaw
WILLIAM PETERS. M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
Dh. JOHN WEDDIOK,
" Office Hours:
, 8 tO 10 A. M. 1 tO 4 V. M. OFFICBj
10 a. m. Hospital 7 to8 p. m Oraoi,
Except when away on urgent Call.
Physician & Surgeon
W. F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surcieon
P. ' PAIA,
W. -RTTRSELL BOOTE. D. D. S.
Office, Main and Market
W ATTTTTCTJ, . . MAUlj
' GEO. S. AIKEN, D. D. S.
m ATAVAO. - - MAUI.
Civil 'Engineer and Surveyor
WAILUKU - ' 3IAUJ
P. E. LAMAR
Civil & Mining Engineer
E. C. SEARLE
,v,, For the District oy - .
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Stock and Bond Bnotcrn.
Member of Honolulu Stool; Kxohittipo, Ofllcc
Campbell Dloblt, Mctcliaut Micot,
Telephone Mnln 101. 1. CI. Hox 083
Beardslee & page
Architects & tttiuiEas'
Ofllco HoomsS ami 4 i Uuton Annex,
Tol. S-S); I O Huv t;k
Sketchy and correct rtlinntcs
furtUhcd ut Khon imtii'u
210-211 lSnRtcm lliiililliiU, over
May & Co., Vrfl S li-i?v t
Market Street, opp s.1oon,
Neat Fit Gtmi'imlceil
formerly WuU.ivull"t' '
All KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents per Niht
IY coin 3 '-5 Cents
California Table Fruits.
WAILUKU, MAUIH., T.
Livery, Feed fi Sale Stable
Wm. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
Hacks and Saddle Horses
AT ALU HOURS
IVinovard Street, JWailuku, Maui
Telephone. No. 235
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.l
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SIIOIIT NOTICEI
TELEPHONE NO. 237.
IMain Street, Helow Market
J ADJ. NJJW HASEHALL GROUNDS
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages toIet
at all hours.
Meet cil! ....
PAS A TRAINS.
' Tel. No. 244.
PATA - MAUI.
JOSE SARDINIA, Prop.
Express Wagons & Saddle Horses
Steamers and Trains
ICarrtaires meet all Steamers & Trains!
WATLTTTaT. MAUllA. DO RECO,
ON AND AFTER
The KAHULUI RAILROAD COMPANY will mm a SPECIAL TRAINS
ivepy Saturday night, with f Jr&'vnnil sfeund clnss nccomniodntioim'
to nil STATIONS as per undermentioned TIME TABLE.
Reduced t'atc tickets, good only
THIS TRAIN from the following Points;
PAIA to WAILUKU and return,
SPRECKELSVILLE to WAILUKU and return,
KAHUuUI to WAILUKU and return.
Between all other points, regular fare will be charged.
No Passes will be recognized on this TRAIN.
Leave KAHULUI for SPRECKELSVILLE 5:50 P. M
Leave SPRECKELSVILLE for PAIA 0:05
Leave PAIA for SPRECKELSVILLE 0:30
Leave SPRECKELSVILLE for KAHULUI (5:50
Leave KAHULUI for WAILUKU 7:15
Arrives WAILUKU . 7:30
Leave WAILUKU for KAHULUI 7:10
Leave KAHULUI for WAILUKU 10:50
Leave WAILUKU for KAHULUI 11:20
Leave KAHULUI for SPRECKELSVILLE 11:35
Leave SPRECKELSVILLE for PAIA 11:50
Leave PAIA for SPRECKELSVILLE 12:10
Leave SPRECKELSVILLE for KAHULUI 12:27
The above TIME TABLE and rates are subject to
;hange after due notice having been given.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
Kahului, July 24th, 1901.
IR YOU ARE
BUY A STOVE
Wi - MM
.!AO STABLES wailuku
LAHAINA STABLES -ahaina,
at all hours.
Aleet all Steamers rtu! Trains.
RMail Stage LCaYeS i
JLJILV 27th, 1901
on date oi is&ue, will be sold for
by purchasing from us
Stock and Ret Our
will not go else-
Bu.gias and Saddle Horses
Wailuktl a. in. Ml'
mn'ger4oame Friday morning SopUS, W01
Tlio Shamrock II. will enter thcB
irst yacht race as the favorite.
The case of Mrs. Botkin is before
ho United States Supremo Court.
Fifty thousand troops guard the
'zar of Russia during his Paris visit.
Americans havcinvested a half mil-:
lion dollars in British Columbia cop-
American capitalists aro socking
to control the lumber trade of Brit
The Japanese government is plan
ning to placo a loan of 50,000,0008
yen in America.
Many thousands viewed the remainsj
oi ine tioaa rrcsiacni as uioy lie inMNnt On v nn KrAzkr.. Carroras I
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4..1 t T3,.4T..1 K
L.liU ill JJllllillU. H
OJ IVIJ till ) Ul WlllVlfl VJ II UtMU 113 V in
Washington will take part in the
funeral of President McKinlby.
Signs of mourning arc displayed
all over Europe as a mark of sym
pathy for the martyred President.
Exgovcruor Aligeld of Illinois will
defend Czolgosz, the assassin of Pre
sident MeKitiley when his case comet
Mrs. McKinlny is in a state of col
lapse and it is feared that she will
not be able to go through the funer
al ordeal before her.
The Schloy Court of inquiry ad
journed one week out of respect to
Pres. McKinley. The international
Yacht race is also postponed.
The death certificate of the kitclAPlTAL (;oii,(liio.0,0
tjPresident gives direct cause of death.!!
"Gangrene of both walls of stomachlSURPLUSi! UNDIVIDED PROFITS SI7l.56t.94 3
mid nnnnrnna fnllmvinrr mm.uVinllChaS. M. Cooke President
tj -i . -. -rr , ... .IF. C. Athcrtou Assistant t.'.ihhier
President Mckinley left a will and Directors Henrv "WutVrhuuse,
1 . 1. l. ..11. e 1 ' . . ... iMm
iL-uiua iiiu uuik in uia jrupuny i(
Mrs. McKinley. It is reported thatBTenny, J. A. McCandless.
President McKinley carried insur-1 Solicits the Accounts of Firms.Cor-.'
ance amounting to over $200,000.
Admiral Howison was disqalificf
from serving as a member of tin 1
Schley court of inquiry on tne grounoUrecut.
of bias. Rear Admiral Francis M.I
Ramsay has been selected as Ilowi-I Ordinary and Teim Deposits rci
soil's successor. Iccived and Interest allowed in ac-
Senator Fryc of Main will presideM
over the deliberations
lions of the UnitcdS L ft be '' on t applkation.
.. TT. HJudd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
llancw Vice Pre-
States senate until i
sident is chosen at the next genera1!
election and lias taken the oath oi
office March 4 1903.
President McKinley, spcakin ai
BuJTalo, said America must in
crease her mercantile marine, builc"
the Istlnnusian Canal, construct r
Pacific cible and pursue a policy c!
The Chinese troops have again ei.-
tercd Peking, and tlio last of the al
lies have marched out. The Japai.-
se and the American troops receiv
ed the Chinese, and were thankee"
for protecting the palaces.
The great steel strike, which be-
van Juno 30th, was brought to ai
nd at a conference between the lead-'
;rs of the Amalgamated Assodatiu
ind oflicers of the subsidiary compa
nies of the United Slates Steel Cor-
ooration on Sept. 14. An agrccmei.l
ras signed under which the men re
turned to work in the mills that
'iac been idle.
It is a singular coincidence tl ctfl
the day selected for the burial of l! e;
Ute President MeKinley at Cav.tor,
D., will be the anniversary of tie
Ical.tof President Garfield at K
eeron, txyenty years ar(
Guiteau shot his victim July 2, 11-R1
iut death did not comV to the re!';:
if President Garfield until short i,.
before mid night Friday, Septemlei
ID, 1881. President Lincoln was slid
bj the assassin, Rooth, on Good Fri-j
'lay night, April 14,1805, but v:i'
unconscious from the time the bulle
entered his brain until lie breather
lis last. Saturday morning, Apiillf.,
IBG5. President McKinley was slid
Friday September 0, 11)01, and tin
;haugo for the worse in. his condilior.
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You Think? 1
gWe Have Reduced Prices
and Supplies, but on
HONOLULU PHOTO SU1TLY CO.
BOX 7C0. HONOLULU.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
-l'l"'loi!.K& ajnd jjiki-a itn.:
BP. C. Jones Vice-Prr-ident
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will liromptlv and carefully attend toi2ffi
111 uubiiiu&s uuiiiuuti:u i.iiii -a
antnisted to it. sen ana i.-urcnase
Foreign Exchange, Issue Letters of
Hcordanco with rules and conditions
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printed in pass books, copies or
Metropolitan Meat Co.
plLBERT J. WALLER,
Wholesale and Retail
All Kinds o? SaueeeU
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Dealers m rL '
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SI03 KING STREET.
HONOLULU, - H. T
Send IHc ei0 l.-5fl
or $l.r0 for a nice box of Chocolate
land confections, sent post or frett-Hif
freo to any part of the Islam's
Hart & Co., LtcH,
The Elite Icecream Parlor,
Honolulu, H. T.
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