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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T SATURDAY, FEBRUArT
Attobney at Law
Attounev at Lav
ANTONIO P, TAVARES
Attokney at Law
and notauy puiilio.
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
m a. n. ,i
1, ,V LAHAINA,
,:;5.; J. M. KANEKUA
AtTOHXEY AND COUNSELLOR,
nif 'Offlcc: Occidental Itotot, corner of King and
HONOLULU, - .
P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA
Attohney at Law
WILLIAM PETERS, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
Ilk ' LAHAINA
DR, JOHN WEDDIOK,
8 to 10 A. m. 1 to 4 r. m. Office
,10 a. sr. Hospital 7 to8 p. m Office
Except when away on urgent Calf.
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR.
Physician & Surgeon
SI'EOKELGVILLe; Monday, Wednesday
and Saturday. KiHEijTucsday.Thurs-
day and Friday,
" Tclopuono Connection.
W. F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surqeon
Du. K. SOGA.
Physician & Surgeon
Office Houns 0 to 12 a. m,
Vineyard St. : : Wailuku:
V. RUSSELL BOOTF-, D. D. S.
Office, Main and Market
GEO. Si AIKEN, D. D. S.
Offico Hours, 0 A. M. to 1. P. M.
Sun-nyside, Paia, : : Maui,
Civil EnBinoor and Survayci'.
w iTi.Tiifif MAUI
P. E. LAMAH
Civil & Mining Engineer
R. 0. SEARLE
For the District of
3EO.- H, PJJNN
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Stock and Bond Bhokeb.
Member of Honolulu Stoclt Exchange,' Ofilco
Campbell Hloolt, Merchant Street,
Telephone Moln 101. P. O. Box 083
formerly Walluttu Hotel
AH KEE, Proprietor
Beds 50 Cents per Niht
Meals 35 Cents
California Table Fruits.
WAILUKU, MAUIH., T
. . . . Send 75c $1.00 $1.25'
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
and confections, sent post or froight
free to any part of the Islands.
Hart & Co., Ltd.
Honnlnl". H. T.
L. M. Vetlgsen
Accountant & General Business
LIFE and FIRE INSURANCE
W. H. Crozier
Carriage anp Wagon Builder.
Carriages Repaired, Painted
Harnossmnd all other staple
goods for making and repairing
Carriages and Wagons.
None but skilled labor employed.
LAHAINA MA FT
Hacks between WAILUKU and
LAHAINA, two or threo passen
gers, $2.50 each porson.
f. DO REGO tfe OO.
Iao Stahles, Wailuku, Tel. 13.
Lahaina Staw.ks, Lahaina.TcI 183
E. IL PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages toilet
at all hours.
Tel, No. 2-4-4. -
PAIA - - MAUI.
Hacks, buggies & Saddle Horses
At All Hours.
Choap Rates between
Lahaina and Wailuku
A KODAK IN THE HOME 1
! THE children grow up and .you have a pictured 2!
2 story of their growing. Not only that, but all the
5; interesting events of , the year. 33
SZ THE cost, is small, because wo are selling EAST-
1 MAN KODAKS at 0 per cent below regular
THE outdoor exerciso add to health, education
fc: and enjoyment. 35
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j Honolulu Photo Supply Co
HONOLULU, H- X. IS
We Invite You All
Call And See
THIS SEASON'S STYLES
They are the Proper Caper
I0 STABLES wailuku
LAHAINA STABLES lahaina,
Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses,
at till hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mail Stage Leaves waiuZifaa".!!!:! Daily
Our NEW LINE
Japan is building up an immense
trade with China.
The Philippines plead for a Wer
tariff on 5Ugar and tobacco.
Wireless telegraphy will be tried
between Vancouver arid Dawson.
Tho'Golofnblfin rcbels declare their
inte"ht1o"n to attack Paimma and
It'is'probable that the Bncrs will
soon open pcaco negotiations with
1' iirther wreckage has been foiind
which belongs supposedly to the
The town of Wadsworth, New, will'
be wiped out by changes mn'do by
the Southern Pacific.
Victor Hugo's metn'ory "rs 'to b6
honroed by a colebration'on'fho ''cen-
toiiary of his 'birthday.
A red 'cedar canoe, centuries old,
uus ueen uug irom. a ciay Danlc in
Skagit county, Washington.
England, the United States and
Jttpan have entered a protest oppos
ing the Manchurian treaty.
The Chinese Government has dis
missed all the European professors
from the Imperial University.
The town of Waterbury, Conn., has
been wiped out by lire, the losses
being estimated at 3,000,000.
Snow storms in western Europe
and in the United States have caused
heavy loss of life and property.
Lord Kitchener reports the cap-
J K T- it.
iure ot jjc wet s last gun, ana a'
largo number of number of prisoners.
Admiral Walker is still arguing for
the Paparaa route before the Senate
committee on interoceanic canals.
General Funston, the Philippine
hero, lTas submitted to two operations
for appendicitis within the past
A Dublin dispatch to the Pall Mall
Gazetto voices the belief that the
United Irish League is planning a
A great fire was raging at Pater-
son, New Jersey,, at last advices from
the Coast, and a strong wind was
The Turkish Sultan's brother-in-law,
Damad Mahmud Pasha, has
been sentenced to death, but escaped
in safety to Pai-is.
The opponents of Chinese exclusion
have 'abandoned the fight in the
House, and will devote their whole
strength to the Senate.
The British Government declines
to permit the intervention of any
foreign government for the purpose
of settling the Boer troubles.-
The Germans aro still blaming
Pauncetoto for his attitude in the
mattej of European remonstanco
against the Hispano-American war.
The British captured an entiro
commando of 1E0 Boers at Gruitfon
tein, Commando Landrost and Pot
gioler being included in the capture.
Hiram Cronk of Dunbrook, New.
York, the last surviving veteran of
the war of 1812, has been granted a
pension'of S25 per month by Congress.
Representative Newlands of Nova
da ha. introduced a joint resolution
in congress, inviting Cuba to enter
tho union, first as a territory, .and
then as a state.
a no lamous uroomyn nricige is
pronounced too weak to stand the
strain of travel on it, and will be
strengthened at an expense of sever
al millions of dollars,
Assistant Secretary of State Dr.
David J. Hill, Adjutant-General Cor
bin and Roar-Admiral Evans liavo
been oflicially designated as tho Pre
sideiit's,delegates for tho recoption
and euftertainmeut pf Prince Henry
times Neill, tho celebrated actor,
l t tho hall of a Lodge of Elks in
Uisgust, in the midst of his initiation,
claiming that tho initiatory ceremon
Buy During' his
Month and BROE'
Our Telepho11? v
Dealers in Grocerip
Fancy Fruits. ,!
of Mr. A. Ji'Rodrigi
Just drop inr
Rorinpes & Roingi(
,Cor. of Market anr"
A new stock
les were insulting to a man of any
Lnlmlna Maui; Till
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