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mf yLUME1V , - WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, JANUARY 2502. NUMBER jq
WL . , PROFESSIONAL CARDS HENRY wokbsnson. N.OTIGE ' "ii
1 ATTORNEYS Notary Fuiilic. ' ' v PAIA H
I. .a, n. kefoikai lahaina, Maui On and after November 15Hi, 1901, the following timetable will go into effect. 1 mK 1
";r"'- TIME TABLE
k : Attorney" at law GEO. H. DUNN KAHULUI RAILROAD CO. PI ANTATIIW1
J; WAILUKU, MAUI Notary Pudlig . Towards lAailulcu Towards Paia ', LfliU 1 1U1"J
'" ' :iJass. :Piiss. : Freight. :Pass. .Pass. ; cTATIONq :P"ass. ':i.'ass. : Freight. 'Freight. "Pass Pass" M
ffOHN RICHARDSON J LAHAINA. MAUL : : I 2- : 3. ;L.. : SJATIOfrS. , 2 . ; eit. ,3.,; Pass. , rTrirTr9
Attorney at Lav . M Tl Z iMMsn &S i i - - S I OR'Bl
And Notary Puhlio ,- HARRY ARRlJLTAGE; : 2:12 - 8:54 J 7:12 : LllgLlMj ? 12:25 ; Sg' ! 1:03 ' ' JIVill5
LAHAINA, . . MAUI Stock and Bond1 Broker. i jjgj : 2:00 .lljg j 87 f 7:00 ; Ka j fjj M7 : D-lO ; 12:40 j gg j 4:15 2
ANTONIO F. TAVARES
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public;
J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and CotJNS
bfflco: Occidental Hotol, corner of King and
JAMES K. SAUNDERS:
Attorney at Law!
Ileal Estate, Business and Collection ABonoyi
p. N. KAHOKUOLUNA
.Attorney at Law
-WILLIAM. PETERS, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
Du. JOHN WEDDIOKj
8 to 10 a. m. 1 to 4 v. ii: Office
10 a. m. Hospital 7 to 8 p. m Office
Excent when away on urgent-Call.
'DR. ROB'T DINEGAR.
f . . Phybician & Surgeon
Specicelsville; Monday, Wednesday
'and Saturday. KiHEisTuesdoyjThurs.
dav and Friday.
" Telephone Connection.
W. F. McCONKEY, M-. b.
Physician & Surgeon
W.( RUSSELL BOOTF-, V. D. S.
Office, Main and Marker )
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w . ,'GEO. S. AIKEN, V. V. .
.Office Hours. 9 A. M. :to 4. P. M.
Sunnyside, Paia, : Maui.
H. ELDREDGli5. .
i Uivil iiingiueer anu ourvoyor
WAILUKU Kr ' J.'AUI
P. E. LAM Alt ..i
Civil Si Mining iingineor
R. 0. SEARLE
(l ' ' I 'For the DistricTop,
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Member of Honolulu Btock Exchange, Ofncc
Campbell BlocK, Merchant Street,
Telephone Main 101. P. O. Box 083
formerly Wollulni Hotel
AH KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents per Night
meals 35 Co tlta
California Table Phiits.
WAILUKU, MAUIH., T
Marliet Strcot, opp. Saloon,
Neat Fit Guarahteed
Hacks between "WAILUKU and
LAHAINA, two or three passen
gers, $2.50 each person. ,
A. DO REGO fe OO.
Iao Stables, Wailuku, , Tel. 13.
LahainaStabltcs, LAiiAiNAjTel 183
AT ALL HOURS
Viuoynrd Street, Wailuku, Maui
Telephone No. 33S
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
Main Street, Belo,wI Market
ADJ. NEW BABE DALL GROUNDS
Wailuku, . . MaW.
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and 6arriaes toilet,
at allt hours.
Vleet all , . . .
- PAIA TRAINS
1 Teh NO. l2A-f
j , OKAMURA, Pfem.
Hackd, buggies 6 Saddle ,Horses
At Ail Hours
Cheap Rateti QetYyi9'ei
Lihaina and WaUwku
LaiiAIia, ( 'MXui.
, -t i1" : ?:t0 l--r 10:10.,.; -'2:50 : YVZt M
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All trains daily except Sunday. Trains Nos. 6, 7 and 8 freight only;
Passenger trains will not carry freight, except parcels 3p to oO lbs. Weight,
Passengers not purchasing tickets befoie hoarding the train at regular stations, will bo
charged 10 tents extra to the regular fare,
No RounA trip fares will be collected on trains.
Freight received from 6:30 A. m. to 5 p. m but must be delivered 30 minutes beforo
leaving time of freight trains. Parcels received up to 15 minuted of leaving time of
R. W. FILLER, Minager.
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1 A KODAK IN THE HOME 1
THE children grow up and you havo a pictured
5s story of their growing. Not only that, but all the 2
SZ , interesting ovents of the year. 33
Z TUE cost is small, because wo arc selling EAST- ZS
j; 1 MAN KODAKS at 20 per cent below regular 3
! THE outdoor exerciso add to health, education EEs
S and enjoyment. r3
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We Invite You All
'Call And See
GENTS' STRAW HATS
THIS SEASON'S STYLES
They 'are the Proper Caper!
IAO STABLES , WAiLUKq,
LAHAINA STABLES lahaina.
Haoks, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horsed
at all hours. Meet -all Steamers and Trains.
A". DO rEGO)
Our NEW LINE
General Funston recently reached
Callfornict from Luzon, on a leave of
Thomas Raymond recently picked
up a $1400 lAiggot, of pure gold in
his mining claim on Adler Gulch,
Secretary Root and General Fun
ston both clajm that the time is not
ripe yet for the withdrawal of troops
from the Philippines.
Fleishman.' the default Los
Angeles bank , cashier, has been
traced Mexico where i .he registered
under the name of Maurice, and will
probably bo arrested in a few days
Frequent fights between Russian
soldiers and Amreiean sailors at
Nowclftvang has led to grave com
plications, arid the Russians have
appealed to Minister Conger at Pek-1
Mayor Schmitz the workingman'sJ
mayor of San Francisco was installed
in office, January 8, and in his initial
address severely scored the retiring
Mayor, James Phelan.
The Imperial Court of China, in-,
eluding the emperor, empress dowag
er, Priuce Cliun, the empress and
soveral princesses have returned Ui
American, enterprise, backed by
the million of August Belmont, will
construct a,runk railroad line from
Canton to Hankow, China.
Dr. Govy, ihead mostor of West
minster School, an aristocratic Eng
lish collego,f6r boys, severely denoun
ces tho educational mothods in!
England, and attributes tho difficulty!
to .the indiilerenco of the (English
Turkey is fortifying Tripoli, with1
tho view of resisting its occupanay
by Ttaly, having unsuccessfully im-i
portuncd France to interfere in the
Tne loss in freights to the railroads!
in tho United States last year wag
$30,000,000, owing to tho scarcity of
United. States Circuit Judge,- W,
W. Morrow of California has been'
appointed ono of 'the trustees 'of thj
Carnogio Institution incorporated in
Washington for tho purpose of re
ceiving the $10,000,00(1 endowment
for educational purposes. I
Herr Sonnenberg, in the German"
Reichstag, assailed' tho British-army,
roferr'ng to it as a "mob of thieves
and robbers, unfit to bo compared1!
with 'the glorious Germans." Ho"
also denounced Joseph Chamberlain
as "tho mot wicked man on earth.'!
Chai'les Warrpn 'todtlard, thfj
California noet. will rcsitm tho chal
of English. I teraturo in tho Catholic
University nt Washington1 thiij
Spring, f and devote Ills attention to
All Styles, Sizes
and Colors ,
Buy During this
Month land PROFIT !
Our Telephone No.
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THE CORNER STORE
Dealers iit Groceries and-'
Fancy Fruits. .
The Grocery Department ;i j
of Mr. A. Jj;Rodrigues'Storiq
has been transferred to tlio
Just drop in at Rodrigues' .
Blocl i Corner. Main and"
Market Street, and 'try our
Rodrigues &, Rodrigues; 1
yvvooN.'.siNci. , i
MERCHANT TAiLOR ,
Cor. of Market-and Kalua Avenue,
WAILUKU, , t MATl
Anew stock of Tweeds, Sekgess,
'imd St'iT Pattehns , M
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