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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, November 09, 1901, Image 1',
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Bji v VOLUME IV WMLUKU, MAUI, H. H SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9,901 NUMBER J 3 M
III PROFESSIONAL CAftDS HENRY DS0N' NOTICED. PAIA " M
Wm ankep"YS ' lahainT" Maui 0u r November ifc 1901 the following time table will go into effect. t . . AT 1
WM' ; TIME TABLE P I . A Pj I A If N -9
' Atxounkv at law HARRY ARMITAGE, KAHU.LU1 RAILROAD OO. ' 1 HAITI A A I
Bfflf- . "'"""""i STOCK AND BOND BROKER. I uwtirus uutiimivu. 1 OWardS Paia rT'Hi N a 8 'OEkA
ANTONIO F. TAVARES
Attorney at Law
jAKaVao, ' "? " 'MAUI
I . :
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR
bffloe: Occidental Ilotol, corner ol King and
JJ AMES K. SAUNDERS.
Attorney at1 LAW.
Real Estate) Business and Collection Agency?
P. N, KAHOKUOLUNA1
Attorney At Law
William peters, m d.
Physician & Surgeon
Dr. JOHN WEDDIOK,
8 to 10 a. m. 1 to 4 r. ji. Office
f ' ' 10 a. sr. Hospital 7 to 8 r. k Office
3xcert when away on urgent Call.
, j Physician & Surgeon;
W. F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician Ss Surgeon
W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. S.
Oince, Main and Market
GEO. S. AIKEN, D, D. S.
H. ELDREDGE. . '. .
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
P. E. LAMAR
4 - Civil & Miuing'tEngineer
- . . mid
R( O; gEAJlLE,
" -.: . 5-. i. I
210-211 Boston Building, over
Mny G- Co., Fort Street.
formerly Wailuku Hotel
AH KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents per Night
IW ci tl I B 35 Cents
California Tablo Fruits.
WAILUKU, MAUIU., T
Marlcot Street! opp. Saloon,
Neat Fit Gurir-nntced
Wji. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
ARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
Hacks and Saddle Horses
AT ALLil HOURS
Vineyard Street, IWailuku, Maui
Telephone No. 235
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTICEI
TELEPHONE NO. 257.
Main Street, Below Market
ADJ. NEW BASE BALL GROUNDS
1 Carriages toilet
tiAI A TRAINS.
JOE SiRiDINLA, Prof).
Express Waons & Saddle Horse?
Freight pinptly delivered from
Stemers atfd Trains
Carriages mek uU Steametf ccJ rams
TlJasiJ. :Pass. ;Erciht. ;Pass. iPass. : srAmIONS :Pass. :Pass. 'reight. ': freight. ;Pass. : Pass.
: li. : 9. ; 7. ; : l. : ; 2. : 4. : o. ; 8. : 10. : 12.
; ; 3:00 ; lias ; lis? ; 7:0( : Ka"ulpi ; 7I 12:W : 2g i s
: 3:12 : : io:55 : 8:12 : : p t : 8:02"! : 10 as : : :$:02- :
: Lvo : Lvo : Lve : Lve .' Lvo : :Arrv :Arrv : Arry : Arrv :Arrv : Arrv
All trains daily except Sunday. Trains Nos. 0, 7 and 8 freight only.
Passenger trains will not carry freight, except parcels ap to
Passengers not purchasing tickets befoie boarding the train
&!ll'g$&lQ cents extra to the regular fare,
No Round triVffU'es will bo 'cklectetTiilli. trains.
Freight received from 6i80
leaving time of freight trains,
O r? J
Wo have anythingjand everything iti tho Photo
graphic line. Everything new and. up-to-date
at prices that can't be beat. Try our developing
if you do.
i Honolulu Photo .Supply Co
; HONOLULU, hi- T.v .
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A CarloadsOf Stoyess -
Prom H& Factory
InsDect Our Stock and et Our
Drices and You will not go else-
IO STABLES ; uailuku
LAHAlNA STABLE'' ' ' lahaina,
i v Macksr Carriages,. 'Busies ; andt Saddle Horses
at 'all lVoi'rs, Meet all Steamers and Trains.
t li l .) ! '
Mail;Siage kaves iwaS iltl MIy I
A? M. to 5 p. m lDltc"Tl?Jist bo delivered 30 minutes' before
i Parcels received up to i5
! R. AI. FILLERanagef.
Oif TIT ft"
and toning Solutions. You will got good results
by purchasing from us
50 lbs. weight,
at regular stations, will bo
miuuees of leaving time of
Mrs. Roosevelt, says lie? g..wus
eobi nur less man wuu a years.
There is not transportation enough
to take tho people away from Nome.
Freights in tho North- Atlantic
ucean hav0 sunk lower thau ver be-
Japanese papers doubt whether
Great Britain will oppose Russia in
Arizona stockmen arc, arranging a
hunt for wild horses, which arc caus
Rear Admiral Bunco died at Hart
ford, Conn., on October 19, of cancer
of the throat.
Eire at Chicago did half a million
dollars' damage to the Hammond
Vinston"Churchillsays the danger
in South Africa is greater today
than it was two years ago.
General MacArthur does not be
lieve there is any necessity for
additional troops at Samar.
Rev. L. L. WUt, of Oakland, has
asked for a transfer, and that his ac
counts may be investigated.
The Pacific Mail steamship Siberia,
the largestship ever builtin America,
has been launched at Newport News.
Germans are moving to prevent
Jesuits forced, to leave Prance from
settling in Austria or theirlown coun
try. The Prenph government prevented
the coal miners' strike by threaten
ing tho members of tho committee
for inciting civil war.
Tho third international congress on
weights and measures has determined
tho kilogs-nm and broached tho im
portant question of the numeration
Dullness in ocean freight accounts
for tho presence in tho Atlantic
Basin, Brooklyn, of 121 berthed1
steamers and numerous lloatiug grain
, General Hughes totexruphs from
tho island c,f Cebu reporting that
there has been no trouble on the
i-jland of Saihar since the fight at
the Candara river.
Admiral Bowles recommends that
the flqating dry dock at Havana,
bough't.from Spain,, be towed to the
Philippines, as it can bo made cap
able of raising vessels of 10,000 tons.
V ' ' " '
Bodiesof nine men of the Ninth
United States Infantry, who fell
at Lundy's 'Lane, Canada, nearly
100 years-' a'ro, were lately found
there. The. wore reinterred witlv
'-Avt a meeting of committees repre
senting '?us1 1 iufi agricultural'' and
mifnufactmliur iutorcst thp 'court trie's
of. Ccnt;jaKEuj'jp3ijWCe ur'l'cd to
tVtni, (Cjr couuno ilp'f.onsc 'f.gamst
. . 3 1 uiijc m
"We have recently completed
extensive alterations aiidaddi-1
tions and aro now prepared to
cater to tho requirements
of all in a new and complete
Etc, Etc, Etc,
Our Dry Goods
Is stocked with entirely
NEW GOODS. DAINTY and
FANCY ARTICLES, CHIL
DREN'S WARES, RIBBONS,
DRESS GOODS, TOYS,
NOTIONS and a LARGE and
CHOICE selection of ARTI
CLES suitable for .GIFTS ior
the coming HOLIDAY
Our BUSINESS , , -
Is growing rapidly b'ec'atu
Our fiOODS are NeWanrt
Our Prices More Tfrai
Aiid Wk Pay
Freight Charges T
ON I'HE ' ' f
': Telerjhofte- Orde'n deceive Or
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