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WAILUKU, MAUI, HB H SATURDAY, JANUARY 1 J, J 9.02.
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Attobnev at Law
5& JOHN RICHARDSON
r ATXonsrA at Law
And Notary Puiiuo
- T.ATTA wa . MAUI
Antonio f. tavares
Attounev at Law
jj and Notary Punno.
MM" :,MAKAWAO, . 'MAUI
Kb. .i'.e.l J . -vTmrrTT A
Attorney- and Counsf.ij.or
W ' tOmoo: Occidental Hotel, corner ot King and
HONOLULU, . T. II.
AMES K. SAUNDERS.
Attorney at Law.
fical Estntc, lluslnoss and Collection Agenoy,
'liana, Maul. Telephone) No.
P. N. KAHOKUOLUJNA
Attorney at Law
' WILLIAM PETERS. M. D.
Physician & Suhqeon
y, Dn- JOHN WEDDIOK,
Rv" ru-FioE Hours:
G.i ' ' . n . 1 a ,t t. r. Office
in iu a. ji. i .-i
10 a. ji. Hof wtal 7 to8 1. m Office
Except when away on urgent Call.
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR.
Physician & Surgeon
Speckelsville; Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday .'KiiiEiiTuesday.Thurs-
dav aud Friday.
: " Telephono Connection.
iV. W. F. McCONKEY, - M. D.
Physician & Suroeon
W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D. S
Office, Main and Market
GEO. S. AIKEN, D. D. S.
Qflico Hours, u iv. i. x
'citnvvemr.. Pa'iA. : '. MAUL
niwii Rnoinor and Survayor
Oivil & Mining Engineer
R. C. SEARLE
For the District or,
GEO. II. AU.NN
Stock and Bond Broker,
Member or Honolulu Stools Exchange, OIIlco
Campboll llloclt, Mcrehant Street,
Telephone ftlnln 101.
P. O. Box 0S3
rorraorly wplluKU Hotel
AH KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents per Niht
Ylenlo OS C?nts
California Table Fruits.
WAILUKU, MAUIU,, T
JIarltot Street, opp. Saloon,
Neat Fit Guaranteed
LI VERY STABLES
Hacks between WAILUKU and
LAHAINA, two or three passen
gers, $2. CO. each person.
A. DO R.EGO & OO.
ao Stables, Waildkit, Tel. 13.
Laiiaina Staiii.es, Lahaina,Tc1 183
Hacks and Sadie Morses
AT ALL HOURS
Vinovard Street, Wailuku, Maui
Tolophono No. 23S
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTICE
' TELEPHONE NO. 257.
Main Street, Below Market
ADJ. NEW BASE HALL GROUNDS
E. TI. PIEPKB, Proi
Hacks and Carpiaes toilet
at all hours
Vie-St all ...
Tel. No. ,A-A
OK AMUR A. Prop.
Hacks, Buggies 6 Saddle Horses
'At All Hours.
Cheap Rates Between
"Lahaiha and Wailuku
Ok and after November 1
il'asfe. :Pass. iFroi"
:Arrv :Arrv : Arrv ;Arrv :Af'af: Lvc. : Lve. : Lvc. : Lve. : Lve. : Lvc.
m. : r. m. : a.m. :a.m. : ju&Hs w1mluiv" .:va. m. : a, at. : a.m. : v. m. : i. ji. r. m.
J i7 ; 2'12 f -12:00 8iiVl : 7:18 ; ''r -V-fogO-:- fltOr..tMt J2;23, 2lgBg4t03
i iii : 2o j : sIht : 1 Kahului : g : 0.17 j a:4o i 120 : g 4:in
Lvc ' IjVO.
All trains, daily oxcopb Sunday. Trains Nos. G, 7 and 8 freight only.
Passenger .trains will not wirry freight, except. pai'cels ,ip to 50 lbs. weight,
Passengers not purchasing tickets befoie hoarding l.he train at regular stations, will "bo
charged 10 ,cents extra .to tho regular fare.
No -Round trip fares will be collected on,trains.
Freight received from 0:00 a.., m. to 5 m but must bo deliv'oved 30 minutes before
leaving time of freight irr ins.
KODAK IN THE HOME 1
THE children .tow up and you havo a pictured jS
story of their growing. Not only that, but all tho 2
interesting events ot the year.
THE cost is small, because we are selling EAST- 135
MAN KOPAJvS at -20 per cent below regular 35
THE outdoor exorcise add to health,, education
WRITE FOR PRICES AND CATALOGUES,
0METH1NQ FOR NOTHING
Wo "tho undersigned bean counting committee
do hereby ceitify that wo havo counted the
beans in the bowl at Kahului Store aud, do tiud
that it contains thirteen thousand threo Irtwdrcd
' Charles Slmwt
r AVm. A. Sp:irks,
V - '
, ,, , "R.A. Wadsworlh. . .
Winner Gont's Prize-. S. Kimura,Wailtaj)u:g'uss
13,373. ' ' ' . .'
-r ' . ; v.. ,
. Winners' Ladies
Miss Helene lions
LAHA'NA STABLES lbmaina
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mail Stage Leaves iwauukuisa.m.i Uaily
. DO RiEGO,
1. 1981, the following time
"STATIONS :P'nss'. .'Pass.
: 8:02 :
: Arrv : Arrv
Parcels received up to 15 minu.es of leaving time of
R. W. FILLER, Manager.
HONOLULU, M-T. , 3
I3uj5gQS anrf SadJlIo Horses
table will go into effect.
.'Freight. ; Freight. :l'ass.
Tho war clouds In South America
havo about all cleared away.
Admiral Schley received an ovation
on his recent visit to New York.
Italy is again protesting acainst
the lynching of her citizens in America
Tho presidential campaign of
General Gomez in Cuba :s faring
Do Wot has again assumed tho offen
sive, and a number of severe engage
ments are reported.
Secretary Root asks congress for
1,500,000 for the construction of
barracks in the Philippines.
A new cancer microbo has been
discovered, which may revolutionize
the treatment of that disease.
Historian Maclay who was discharg
ed by Secretary Long demands trial
under the civil service rules.
A New York company composed
largely of dealers in hemp will soon
establish a lino of steamers to the
Er gland is falling behind in its
tragic, and may not bo able to meet
tho competition of Germany and the
Three Filipinos havo boon sentenced
to death for tho assassination ot five
Americans prisoners whom tho insur
gents had captured.
Marconi's reported success in send
ing wireless messages across the
Atlantic has caused a fall of several
points in cablo securities.
The Filipino general Sampson, and
all other insur'cnt chiefs on the
Island of Bohol, have surrendered
with 28 cannon and 45 guns.
President Roosevelt sovorcly ccn
sured Goneial Miles for unguarded
expressions of his opinion corcernirg
tho Schley-Sampson controversy
Continental papers claim that
Russia, not England, prevented
Kuropean interference in Iho TTlr-
pana-Amorican war, and tho English
press disputes the claim .
Tho production of the Do Reeis
Miniujr Company at Kimberly, Sotth
Africa, for the pat year was i oOC
DOO, and tlio lift; of tbo m'uies !s
estimated to be 14-i yoar
Henry T. Oxnanl, president cf tl e
American Deet Sugar- Associate.-
hold an extended Interview with
President Roosoveit, , in which he
urged that a bounty on raw sugar
in Cuba would afford more relief than
a reduction of tho tariff.
Mr. Patterson, an Englishmen
acting as secretary to .SWto Lopez
Aguiuuldo's agont, who refused to
take tho oath of allogiarco to tl.
United States when ho landed in
Manila, is awaiting "deportation front
tho islands as a result of this refusal;
All. Styles, Sizes
Buy Boring this
Month mi PROFITS
Our Telephone No.
THE CORNER STORE.
Dealers in Groceries and f ,vfJ
Fancy Fruits. VS,
Tho Grocery .Department -
of Mr. A. J. Rodrigucs1 Storo
has been transferred to the
Just drop in at Rodrigucs'
Block, Corner Main arid ' .'
Market Street, and try out
line. Eodrigues k Eodrignes,
Cor. of Market and Kalua Avenue.
Wl A TT.TTTTTT T A TH,
A now stock of Tweeds, Skiuih 4
and Suit Pattehxs
Clothes cleaned and