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A. N. KEPOIKAI
Attohney at Law, .
Attorney at LAV
And Not a 11 y Puhlic
LAHAINA, . i MAUI
.ANTONIO F. TAVARES
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
J. m. kMessBA
r' Atto'Iine'S' and Counsellor
'Offloei deisldonttti.tiotol, corner or Kldg and
i Alaltcn Streets.
. HONCLuiiU, T. tt-
jMeIs1 ic; Launders.
Attouney at Law.
jfeal Estate) Business and Collection Agoncyi
- Hana, MdUl
Attorney at Law
-WILLIAM PETERS, M. D.
jp! i-;Vi Physician & Surgeon
;.v LAIIAINA Maui.
Dr. JOHN WEDDIOK,
'V ' ; ' WAILUKU.
' " Office Hours:
$i - 8 to 10 a. sr. 1 to 4 r. m. Office
- T-' " 10 a. M. Hoprlf Al 7 to8 p. M Office
Except when away on urgent Call,
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR.
Physician & Surgeon
SrECKELSviLLEJ Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday. KiUEi;Tuesday,Thurs
day and Friday.
V. F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surqeon
W. RUSSELL BOOTR, D. D. S.
i I Dentist
1 ' i'Art i.i z
GEO. S. AIKEN, D, DY B.
i 1 Dentist
r" Office Hours, 9 A. M. td 4; P. M.
SUNNYSIDE, PAIA, '. '. MAUI.
'? 'Civil Engineer and Surveyor"
Civil & Mining engineer
R. C. SEARLE,
V :'.V It ' " !',t FdA the District bi
GEO. H. DUNN
HARRY ARMITAGEi "
Stock and BonIi Broker.
Member of Honolulu1 Btobk Exchange, Offlco
Campbell Block, Merchant Street,
Telephone Mnln 10i; P. O. Box 083
formerly Wallulm Hotel
AH KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents per Night
Meals C3 55 Cents
California Table' Fruits.
WAILUKU, . MAUIH., T
Market-Street, opp. Saloon,
WAILUKU, : - MAUI
Neat Pit Guaranteed
Hacks between WAILUKU and
LAHAINA, two' or three passen
gers, $2.50 each person. v'
A. DO RJSGO & CZO.
Lvo Stables, Wailuku, Tel. 13.
LaiiainaStaiileS, LAHAiNA,Tel 183
Hacks and Saddle Horses
AT ALL HOURS
Vineyard Street; Wailuku, Maui
Telephone INo. 23S
JOHN DOBEGO, Prop.
Carriages, 'Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHORT NOTICE
TE'tEPliONE NO. 257.
Main Street, Below Market
adj. new base ball grounds
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages toilet
at ali hours.
771 eel till . f . .
Tel. No. 124-4?.
" , QKAMUBA, Prop. (.. .
Hack' buggies Si Saddle Worses
jAt? Ali Hours ,
6lipap Kh:es, between
utiiiliaiairti and Wailuktiivn
LAiiaina, - m!ui.
... "n" ' AA I 1 ! ttf i -i ii.'h , .
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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY i, 1902. NUMBER25SI
I TELEGRAPHIC ITEMSniI4 '':
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spw w iinnmfiWffmmmffl mm mmmmm mm
I A KODAK IN THE
THE.pildren row up and you have a pictured
1 story of their growing. Not only that, but all the
interesting events ot the year.
I THE' cost i smalU because wo are sellina EAST-
1 MAN KODAKS at 20 per cent below regular
r THE .outdoor exercise add to health, education
: and enjoyment; 3
1 WRITE FOBt PRI0ES AND CATALOGUES. 2
g Honolulu Photo Supply Co
: HONOLULU. H- X.
We In vite You All
"Gall -And 3e
Tliey are tlie
LAHfliNA STABLES j J
!iaok, Carriages, Buggies antf paddle Hdreros
A. DO REGOr
Our NEW Wte
There fsVquartis''mino boom about
The volda'h'o'of Colima. Mexico is
onco more active.
. . Camilla Urs'b. the famoTs ladv
violinist, recently 'died in New York
Dr.' P'reslov M. "ftkeV has hocn
'nominated fbr surgebh'feneTat-bf.the
German steamship men arc inNewl
York discussing a trans-Atlantid
Six thousand British troops from
been ordered to. South Africa.
TVin mnll n( U fl-.. 111 t C ill.!
amu HUH Ul .LO UdA IlliliS Ul OI111LI1-
field, Ireland, collapsed, killing thir-
tGP.n nnrfinns find hiiiirincr fiff.w 3
-- j o -J'
' After the war the British govern
ment will offer special inducements
for emigration to South Africa.
Count Waldersee and his wife will
visit America in April, for the bene
fit of the Field Marshal's health.
Heavy snow storms have prevailed,
throughout Germany, interrupting
railroads and telegraphic communic
ation. David A. Jarvis of Pennsylvania
has been named by the president as
Collector of Customs for the District
Lord Kitchener has confirmpd the
deatn sentence passed upon tho Boer
Commandant Scheepers, who was to
be shot on Jauuary 25.
Senator Harris has introduced a
bill in congress providing for tho
government ownership of tho tele
graph lines of the United States.
. -Colonial Secretary Chamberlain
declares that the Boers will never
be again offered such liberal terms
as were tendered by Lord Kitchener. I
The 'British (Cruiser Phaeton has,
been dispatched (from Victoria, B.C.,'
to seaeh for the -missing sloop of war
Condor, between 'that point andlHonl
300 Pottawatamie indians threaten:
to raid a bank at Dowagiac Michi-
gan, if not paid for signing over their,
claim to the lake front lauds in!
Tho Chinese Exclusion bill has beep
completed and introduced in both,
houses, Mitchell introducing it in the
Senate and Kahn introducing it in
There Is no confirmation of tlie
rumor of the loss of fhe Transport
Sheridan. The earliest definite news
will bo received by the Hongkong
Maru, Feb. 6.
Thcexplosiou of a boiler of a spin
ninmmlll near Manrcsa. Stiain. drs-
13 1 1 1 J
troy ed 'half a village and it is estU
mateQithat sixty persons wero killec
Prince iHonry has accepted a ban
quet at the hands of, the Americai
Press. 'The 'editors and publisher:
of all tee largo American paper!
have been 'invited to attend.
It is cla'(m6iS tiito't th'o'sugar trusl
is aiding Cub'a'to-decure a reduction
in tho sugar 'tariff, 3nd that Pres
ident Havcmoycr is largely interest
ed in a Cuban sugar 'plantation.
Tho natives" of Formosa aro in in
surrection against 'tho. Japanese
authorities, and 2,500 are, organized
in Southern Formosa whero they arej
carrying on a desultory warfare sinu
ilar to that of the Filipino insurgents
Tho Ordanco Department of the.
Army has designed a new rifle whicli
is claimed to bo a great improve-;
ment on the Krag-Jorgenson, and
5,000 rifttfsof tho now pattern will be',
supplied to tiro army.
Miss" Gertrude ivutchius of Leba
non, Missouri, aed, has success
f unsolved the oldVroblem or the trij
mU'tbematicians since tne time oi
Euchd,and has copyrighted the solui
lion. She clirag, that her discover
iwlll '.proe the " key to perptutl
; There feVquarti'taino boom about , ''
Dawson. . . ,
in.... . .-.i ThlT 1 Vrrvy I'mwvWlir
.Camilla Urs'b. the iamors lndv
All Styles Sizes
i , and Colors
Buy During this
Month and PRflFIi
Our Telephone No,
THE CORNER STE.
ji Dealers m Groceries and
Fancy Fruits. . ( .
I Tho Grocery Department r
of Mr. A. J. Rddrigues' Store
has been transferred to tho '
Corner Store. , .
Just drop in at Iiodrigues
Block, . Corner Main and
Market Street, and try our
Rodiigiies & Rodfiliilsfi
, MERCHANT TAILOR
Cor. of Market iand Kalua AveiAiMj
WAILUKU, . MAUIiT'
A ndtv stock tof TWeeds; SergeS
and Suit Ta'ttekns ,- m
Clo.thes. gleaned arW