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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. R, SATURDAY, DECEMBER '7; 1901.
fl Attoiinkv at Law
3Sb;wAaT0ttNEY at Lav
S&X And Notahy Puhmc
WHAINA, ; . . MAUI
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GEO. H, DUNN'
On and after November Mi, 1901, te following time table will go into effect.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
Stock and Eojjd BnoKiui.
fONIO P. TAVARES
Attoiinfa' at Law
fflEl.. AND NoTAIlY PUM.IO,
ifflSTfWAO. . . MAUI
fATTOllNKY AND COUNSELLOR
JoraMt -Occidental Hotel, corner of Kins ana
Member of Honolulu Stool: Exchange, Ol"o
Campboll Illobk, Merchant Htrtfi,
Telephone ffliiin IOU I'. J. Uox 083
formerly Wallulra ilnt.M
AH KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents per Wiyht.
monls 35 Centli '
California Table Fruits.
T. II. WAILUKU, MAUUI.. T
rMlES K. SAUNDERS
Attorney at Law.
Market Street, opp. Saloon,
'tfcal' EHtato, Business anil Collection Agoncr, WAILUKU,
Neat Fit Guaranteed
iPass. IPass. :Freiht. iPnss. jtfass. : STATI6NS naS3. 'Pass. : freight. : Freight. :Pnss. ; Pass.
. Li. . j. i. . . l. . 2. ; t. : (j. ; s. : 10. 12
I Arrv :Arrv : Arrv ;.Arrv :Arrv : : rjV0. ; Lvo. : Lvo. Ev - Lve ' Lvp
: p. m. : p. sr. : a. jr. ;a..m. :a. m. : Wailuku :a. m. : a. m. : a.m. p m v v' :
; :t:57 : 2:12 : 12:00 :-8:Gt :.7:12 : , m ; 7:20 : a:05 . ; 12:2 : 2:2o' : l of
iSi-; 2:00 ili ; sil j 7:00 ; '""TEg
: S i : ;!:? ! IS! i i Spukoimuvii : : :5 ! ffel ?
. -'-t . . ;I1;I0 . 8:24 . . ; 7:o0 ; ; 1Q;1Q ; 2r0
i 8:W '. : 10:55 : 8:12 : ; p : 8:02i ; 10:25 : ' jfc02 ; ' f
: Lve : L.vo : Lvo ; Lvo Lvo : ' ' :Arrv :Arrv : Arrv : Arrv ;Arrv Arrv .'
.AU'truins daily except Sunday. Trains Nos. 0, 7 unci 8 freight only.
Passenger trains will not carry freight, except parcels jp to 50 lbs. weight.
:Passengors not purchasing tickets befoie boarding the train at regular-stations,' will bo
charged 10 cents extra to the regular faro,
No Round trip fares will bo collected on trains.
Freight received from 0:30 a. m. to 5 p. ai,, but must be 'delivered ' 00 minutes before
leaving time of freight trains. 'Parcels received up .'to 15 minutes of leaving time of
R. W. FILLER, Manager.
ftfanD.Maut. Tolophono No.
"p.f Attorney at Law
' kP.' Notary Puklio
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SWILLIAM PETERS, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
Hacks between "WAILTTK U and
LAHAINA, two or throf passen
gers, $2.5Q each person.
DO REGO i& OO.
Iao Stari.es, Waii.ukij, Tzh. 13.
LahainaStari.es, Lahaina.TcI 183
Ik.' JOHN WEDDIOK,
8 tO 10 A. M. 1 tO i P. M. UFFICE
10 a. m. Hospital 7 to 8 p. m Office
Except when away on urgent Call.
lacks and Saddle Horses
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SZZ Jg have ati3'tliinff and overytbing in the Photo- 'ZS
5 " graphic line. Everything new and up-to-date 2
at prices .that. can't be beat. Try our developing
and toning Solutions. You will got good results 3
E U you do.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co,
HONOLULU, M- T. f
OMETfflNtt FOR JN01
'TriUn nnDW -nTMrra AT?..
iJiv. xwx, x AI.I.itHOlIRS
Physician & Surgeon
FcnvvT.r.YTT.TB: 3Iondav, AVednesOay Vineyard Street, Wailuku, Maui
hud Saturday. KmEijTuesday.Thurs- Tolepl1onQ No. so s
Sclav and -l-'nuay.-
F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surqeon
W. RUSSELL BOOTH, D. D. S.
Office, Main and Market
fWATT.TTTCU. . . MAUI
Gko: S. AIKEN, D. D. S.
JOHN DOItEGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTICE
TELEPHONE NO. 257.
Main Street, Below Market
ADJ. N.KW HASB BALL. GROUNDS
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages toilet
at all hours.
fyleet all , . . .
?fiti4 TT TTI.-ir
Civil Engineer and Survoyor
Tel. No. 244.
f;P; E. LAMAR
Ciyil & Mining Engineer
r . 1 burvoyor
R. C, SEARLE
t '.: For the Pistrict op 1
Hacks, Buggies & Saddle Horses
P-A All Hours.
Cheap Rates Between
. Lahaina and Wailuku
ONE OAK BED ROOM SET, 7 PIECES
To the Gentleman Guessing Nearest to the
Number o.f Reims in the Punch Cowl.
TWENTY YARD'S, Peau do Soie SILK
To the Lady Guessing Nearest to the ,
Number of Beans in the Punch Bowl.
Every Purchase of Dry Goods, Fancy
Goods and Clothing Amounting to S2.50
Entitles You to One Guess.
Punch Bowl will bo Opened and tho Beans
Counted on Now Year's Eve at tho :
If II Ft "7 l"f "fwrwuMi
IAO STABLES wailuku
LAHAINA STABLES lahaina,
Hacks, Carriages, iBuggies and Saddle Horses
at all hours. Meet all Steamer's and Trains.
Mail Stage Leaves, jwSku i82 a. mil Daily
Ai DO REGO, Manager
A general strike ainoiig tho French
coal miners is imminent.
California is sending memorials to
congress favoring the exclusion of
London journals freely .urgo that
England formally accept the Monroe
Ex-Governor Cleveland was recent
ly seriously threatened with an at
tack of pneumonia.
Athens, Greece, is riotous over
the proposition to translate tho gos
pels into modern Greek.
A rich strike has been made in a
placer mine near Folsom,Cal., tho pay
dirt running as high as $90 to the
Colonel Arthur Lynch, who fought
as a Colonel in the Boer Army, has
been elected to parliament from Gal
Agents of Hawaiian planters are
in the Philippines investigating the
feasibility of importing Filipino labor
ers from tho Visayas.
Senator Cullom of Illinois will be
chairman of tho Foreign Relations
Committee of the Senate, to succeed
tho late Senator Davis.
British journals take a serious
view of the anti-Chamberlain agita
tion in Germany, and warn England
to prcpai'0 for trouble.
Martha Smith, the celestial wife of
Joseph Smith, founder of tho Mormon
religion, recently died at Ogdcn,
Utah, at the ago of 97.
Aguinalclo will be Kept a prisoner
in the Philippines, and will not be
allowed to come to Washington and
make a plea to congress.
Eight prominent men were suffo
cated in an attempt to discover the
causo of the receiit explosion in the
coal mines of West Virginia.
The ink has entirely faded from
tho original copy of the Declaration
of Independence, leaving it nothing
but a blank piece of parchment.
President Roosevelt states that hi?
forth coming message to congress
will bo tho longest on record. A brief
message had been expeoted from
A German manufacturer claims to
have discovered a method of l.urden
ing steel-to twico the hardness yc
obtained, at a cost of .r)0 per cent
Ex-Oucen Liliuokalani left San
Francisco Nov. 22 for Washington
She will slop off at Salt LaVo on the
way to visit friends in the Hawaiian
Mormon colony located there.
The hydrographic office ot- the
United States Navy officially reports
tho existence of the sea' serpent, one
having been seen over 100 feet long,
with three sots of fins, and humps
on ite ba.cl? resembling those of
For Our AD
We May Interest You
ANOTMER NEW LOT OF
Have Just Arrived
We psiy freight
to any poini on
the Ko Ro R.
' Teh No. 55.
Cor. of Market and Kalua Avenue.
A new stock of Tweeds, Sekges
and Suit Patterns
Clothes cleaned and
Tho Borgstrom Music Co.,
Ltd, of Honolulu, T. H., wishes
to announce that
Mr. Sony. Ii. Bjcksstkom
is tho only man employed and
authorized by them to tuhe and
ropuir Pianos on tho Island of
Maui. . . . .-
Signed J. Vv Bergstrom, Mr.
On December 1st I will open an
office for gcneial business at tho
Makai Ewa cornor of King and
Bothel streets, Honolulu down stairs.
All business of whatever naturo
intrusted to me .by my Maui neigh'
bors will be promptly attended to.
C, H. DICKEY.
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