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A. N. JyEPOIKAI
Attqbney at Law
Attorney at Law
LAHAINA, V MAUi
ANTONIO F. TAVARES
Attokney at Law
and Notary Public, '
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellor
Omco: Occidental Hotel, corner of King and
JAMES K. SAUNDERS.
Attorney at Law.
,.-..,.,, n.innw nnd Collection Agency;
VP. N. KAHOKUOLUNA
Attorney at Law
,WILLIAM PETERS, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
. Dlt. JOHN WEDDIOK,
8 to 10 a. si. 1 to 4 v. M. Omru
10 a. m. Hospital 7 to8 p, m Orvicir
Except whon away on urgent Call.
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR.
Physician & Surgeon
CT.nT.-TT rville: Mondav, Wetlnosd ay
, . a. l.'Tiii'i.Tiioedn.v.Thur.S-
dv and Friday.
" Telophono Connection.
W. F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
W. RUSSELL BOOTF, D. D. S.
Office, Main and Market
wattTTKU. . . MAUI
GEO. S. AIKEN, D. D. S.
MATfAWAO. - - MAUI.
. Civil Engineer and Surveyor
P. E. LAMAR
Civil & Mining Engineer
R. C. SEARLE
A, For the District op
W AU I
( n'l.nln Mnui. T.II
GEO. H, PUNN
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange, OOlco
Cnmpboll Dloblt, Merchant Street,
Telephone Main 101. P. O. Box 083
formerly Walluku Hotel
AH KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents per Night
meats OB Cents
California Table Fruits,
WAILUKU, mauih,, t
Marltet Street, opy. Saloon,
WAIIiUKU, - MAUI
Neat Fit Guaranteed
Hacks between WAILUKU and
LAHAINA, two or three passen
gers, $2.50 each person.
. DO RE GO & OO.
Iao Stables, Wailuku, Tel. 13.
Lahaina Stamps, LAHAiNA,Tel 183
Sacks and Saddle Horses
Vineyard Street, Wailuku, Maui
Tolophono No. 235
if aiLdku Stable
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTICEI
TELEPHONE NO. 257.
, Main Street, Below Market
ADJ. NEW DASE BALL GROUNDS
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages toilet
at all hours.
JYleet all , . . .
Tel. No. 124-A:
Hacks, Buggies & Saddle Horses
A.1 All Hours.
Cheap Rates Between
Lahaina and Wailuku .
I LAHAINA, MAUI.
On and after November 15th, 1901, the following time table will go into effect.
KAHUL4J! RAILROAD GO.
Towards LUailukxu Towards F'aia.
:Pass. :Pass. : Freight. :Pass. .Pass. : STATIONS. :P"ss- -Uass. Freight. iFreighCTPass. : i'nss.
: il : a. : 7. : 3. ; in. . : e. : 4. : o. ; 8. ; 10. : 12.
:Arrv :Arrv : Arrv :Arrv ,'Ar$: : Lvc. : Lve.": Lve. i Eve! Lve Lvo
: p. . : p. si. : a. m. ;a. m. a. Wailuku : a.m. : a. m. : a. m. : p. m i V v v'
.a7 2:12.J.12;00.:8:5l-lSf: - - --7:20 : !):05 ; l2i2;Y . .li'o' j .1:03
I II ' 2:0 ; "as ; si ,'; 7:00 : x j 1 ; 9-17 ; ; ?.g i wb
: 3:28 : : n-.2o : 8:27 : : enTm.VTBVITT, : 7:47 j a;55 17 :.
: 3:24 : ; 11:10 : ;B:24 : : Sprecm.lsville . 7,.0 i ; gg ; ; .
: 3:12 : : io:5 :.8:i2 : : p : 8:oT"j : 10:25 ; 3:02 ;
: Lve : Lvo ; Lye : Lve Lvo : :Arrv :Arrv ; Arrv ; Arrv :Arrv j Arrv
All trains .daily except Sunday. Trains Nos. 6, 7 and 8 freight only.
Passenger trains will not carry freight, except parcels ap to 50 lbs, weight,
Passengors not purchasing tickets befoio boarding the train at regular stations, will bo
charged 3L0 cents oxtra to the regular fare,
No jlound trip fares will bo collected on trains
Freight received from 6:30 A. m. to 5 i'M but must be delivered 30 minutes before
leaving time' of freight trains. Parcels received up to 15 minutes of leaving Hme of
R. W. FILLER, Marmger.
Wo have auything and everything in the Photo- 13
graphic line. Everything new and up-to-date 3
at prices that can'tbe beat. Try our developing 3
and toniug Solutions. You will got good results :iS
if you do.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co, I
"HONOLULU, i- T. 5
IA.O STABLES wailuku
LAHAINA STABLES lahaina,
Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mail Stage Leaves wSuiVa.Ill!i Daily
A. DO REGO, Manager
Rcosovclt's con dim on use national
colors in their cockades.
Tbo Southeastern Alaska saloom
output is valued at $5,000,000.
The decline in English trade in the
past ten months was $i)0,000,000.
Jeffries whipped Ruhlin in five
rounds, a San Francisco, Nov. 15.
2700 head of sheep are to be ship
ped from Montana to the Liverpool
Seven-million dollara will bo spent
for the main buildings at the fat.
The Chinese arsenals are very busy
turning out small arms for the
Important discoveries have been
made in Egypt of dynasties ruling-'
A change in the ministry at Copen.
hagen has delayed negotiations for
the Danish Isles.
Germany has been afire with in
dignation meetings because of Cham
Foreimi fruits preserved by the
use of acids, will be refused admission
in the United States.
Admiral Lord Charles Beresford
will enter Parliament to criticise
England's naval policy.
Superintendent Atkinson, at Mani
la; has sent in a call for more teach
ers. Ho wants only men.
A brilliant shower of moteors was
witnessed from Mount Lowe, Califor
nia on the night of Nov. 14.
A successful test , was mado of
nneumatic trun at Now York, which
threw dynamite three niile?.
Tho transport Hancock went a
shore in the straits of Shimonosoki,
Japan, and remained there.
A condition of chaos reigns in tbo
British war olllce, and Lord Roberts'
resignation is shortly expected.
A young Brooklyn woman was
inoculated with consumption genus
from a cow, as a test of science.
Ex-Prcsidei:t Cleveland, hi an ad
dress at Pittsburg, urged tho hear-1
ty co-operation of labor and capita'.
A python, twelve feet lony, swal
lowed an nllgator four feet long and
weighing oighty pounds, at Central
Park, New York.
Heavy gales di.l great damage to
British shipping. Four. vessels found
ered at tho mouth of tho Tyne, with
all hands aboard.
Lord Salisbury declares that the
Boor war is being gradually setti 'd..
and deprecates tho spirit of pe. . nii
ism in the speeches of officials.
A witer in tho London Times says
the Trans-Siberian Railroad is ' ut
coitiplote, but has many bridges not
constructed, aud tunnels not commenced.
WE HAYA A LARGE DISPLAY 0EJ
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES :
the 9th December
at 7 o'clock
Selection of tho latest
Operatic and Orchestral
Will bo Given by
Columbia Graphophones j
REMEMBER THE DATE
While you aro listening to tho
musi? you 'can be pricing oufy
T&l. TNo. 55..
MOON SING. ;
Cor. of Market and Kalua Avenue.JN
A now stock of Tweeds, Serges!
and Suit Patterns
, Clothes cleaned and M
The Bergstrom Music Co7
LW. of Honolulu. T. II., wishes!
lo announce tnat
Mr. Joiik R. Bergstrom
is tho only man employed anc
authorized by thorn to tune .andl
ropuir Pianos on tho Island ot
issued J. W. Borgstrom, Mgrjf
On December 1st I will open ai
offico for jjencral businoss at th
NKkkai Eva corner of ,in.
Uetliel streets, Honolulu unwn.stairs., v t
All business of whatever niturp ?
intrusted to me by my Maui neigh-.
bor's wiirbo promptly attended -to. ;
C. H. DIOKEY.
MUUWKM ' 1