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M. vSSjEfe V' ' WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T SATURDAY MAY 31, ' " NUMBER)? . JS
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& ATTORNEYS '.
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JOHN RICHARDSON LAHAINA. MAUI. ,
-x . . n. L. MEYER ) - .'. Pron
Ut- Attorney at Jjaw
m I W A T? T? V ARMTTAnR. . ' ,f I Tin,,! r,nlWinnl nl,nnc Una III Jt E A 1 I fl H TO
J? And Notary PubTjIO COLD BlihK ALWAYS UJN riAJNU reigned I JLfill 1 A 1 111 U
LAHAINA, . . MAUI Stock and Bond Broker.
UK' A .TrnrTM I f 1 H' 1 'AV A th1 . ... ...... c. i. r. l,. 1 , - "tF- f -"IB
ANTONIO F. TAVARES
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public.
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney 'and Counsellor
Ollco: Occidental tlotnl, corner of King and
HONOLULU, ... T. II.
Attorney at Law
WILLIAM PETERS. M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SUROEON
Dr. JOHN WEDDIOK, ,
8 to 10 a.m. 1 to 4 r. m. Office
10 A. m. Hospital 7 to8 p. m Office
v Kxceptwhen away on urgetrtCall.
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR.
Physician & Surgeon
Speckelsville; Monday, Wednesday
day and Friday.
" Telephone Connection.
W. F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surqeon
Physician & Suhgeon
Office Hours 9 to 12 a. m
Vineyard St. : : Wailuku
W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D S.
Onice, Main and Market
(5EO; S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office Hours, 0 A. M. to 4. P. M.
Sunnyside, Paia, :
Civil Engineer and Survoyor
Civil & Mining Engineer
, . , and
R. 0. SEARLE
For the District of
Laiiaina Maul, T. It
' HENRY DICKENSON.
IP' Awnnwrr at' TiAW" Campbell Block, Merchant stroei, " n,u., ... ' Southern re'riublicans declare that ... Hill P
Mcmbor of Honolulu Stock Exchapgc, Offlco
Campbell Block, Merchant Stroei,
Telephone Main 101.
P. O. Box 083
ICE CREAM ON SATURDAYS
IN NEW K. o? P.
AH KEE : :
Artistic Hnli Cutting & Shaving
GUS. HUTCHISON Prop.
.... Send 75c $1.00 $1.25
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
and confections, sent post or freight
free to any part of the. Islands.
Hart & Co., Ltd.
Honolulu. H. T.
L. M. Vetlesen
Accountant & General Business
LTFE and FIRE INSURANCE
KAHULUI & WAILUKU
C. T. GREENi Prop.
Hauling of all Kinds at reason,
Office at Kahului & WaiJuku
Storage at Kahului if desired.
Hacks botweon WAILUKU and
LAHAINA, two or threo passen
gers, $2,50 each person.
FK. DO R.EGO & OO.
Iao Stables, Wailuku, Tel. 13,
Laiiaina Stakltis, Lahaina.TcI 183
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages to let
at all hours.
yeet cil 1 , . . .
Tel. No. 2A-4r.
PAT A MAUI,
Hacks, Buggies -S Saddle Horses
A.t All "jH ours.
Lahaina and Wailuku
ICE COLD BEER ALWAYS ON HAND
First Class Wines '&'Liquors
ppiino, Schlitz, A. B. & Weiiand's Beep
: . TStak.?,.,, ai
We Carry the Largest and Most Complete Line of Vehicles on the Islands
We Can Furnish iuu anything From
t a PRICE Lower Than You Can Got
Agents For STUDEBAKER MIFG CO.
G. SCHUMAN, Ltd.
1 A KODAK IN THE
THE children grow up and you havo a pictured!
story of their growing. Not only that, but all the
interesting events ol the year.
THE cost, in smnll, because we are selling EAST- ZS
1 MAN KODAKS at 20 per cent hclow regular S
THE outdoor exercise add to health, education
and enjoyment. r3!
WRITE FOR PRICES AND CATALOGUES. 2
Honolulu Photo Supply Co i
HONOLULU; H T, - "
Gold & Silver
Wear one and You
IAO STABLES wailuku
LAHAINA STABLES lahaina
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
M pj i (Lahaine 8 a. m
Mail Stasie Leaves waiiukuisa.m
A. DO REGOj
a Dump Cart to a rum Carriage
MERCHANT St., HONOLULU.
Buggies and Saddle Horses
Zcvcro, a Drazllian aeronaut has
invented another successful dirigible
Since the overthrow of the govern
ment in Hayti political chaos has
ThoU. S. Scnato voted $200,000
for the relief of tho Martinique suf
ferers. Southern republicans declare that
the South favors the retention of the
General E. S. Bragg of Wisconsin
has been appointed Consul General
Heavy rains recently prevailed in
California doing much damage to
300,000 dead and 50,000 homeless
is the result of the volcanic outbreak
The Boers are holding meeting
with Lord Kitchener arranging
terms of peace. '
Xavier Amon do Montopin, the
tamous Parisian novelist and play
wright recently died.
Lemon shipments from Southern
California will be twenty porcentless
than those of last year.
Coal has advanced 1.00 per ton,
on account of the general strike a-
mong the coal miners.
Tho Chilean government is laying
a submarine cablo from Taloahuano,
Chili, to Magellan Straits.
A bill will be favorably reported to
tho House to provide for a dolegate
to congress from Porto Rico.
Thirty thousand emigrants are
booked to sail from Norway to the
United States during tho-yoarJUJO
Thousands of lives wore lost and
several tewns destroyed by earth
quakes in Guatamala during the past
Petitions against the removal of
American troops havo been received
from 10 towns and villages in the
Lord Pauncefote, whoso health is
in a precarious condition, has tender
cd his resignation as Embassador at
Hadley, tho supposed murderer of
of Nora Fuller is believed to have
passed through Honolulu, on his way
to '.he orient.
Sovros the famous Brazilian aero
naut was recently killed by tho ox
plosion of his balloon, while making
RocKfellcr is behind an American
syndicate organized to control the
output of German potash fields, with
a capital of e.-)0,000,000.
Turkey will send 100,000 Mauser
rifles to Tripoli and organize a stand
ing army there, on account of the
hostile attitude of Italy.
It is reported that $7,000,000 in
gold, buried in Porto Rico by slav
traders before tho civil war, has re
cently been unearthed.
The defensive fortifications of San
Francisco are to bo strongly aug,
mented by the addition of more guns
torpedoes and range finders.
-Tho famous Boreel building in New
York City is to bo removed, and in
its place a 2.") story skv scraper will
be erected at a cost of $1,000,000,
A Massachusetts firm has tho con
tract to make tho gold, silver aud
brnnzo medals to bo used for decora
tions at King Edward's coronation.
The Massachusetts legislature pas
sed without debate, a bill which wipes
out nearly all of the obnoxious feat
ures of tho "Bluo Laws" bill enact
ed in 1077. .
Carnegio has offered to buy the
Philippines from tho United States,
upon condition that tho United States
will recognizo tho independence of
Senator John P. Jones of of Nevada
announces his intended retirement
from the Senate at tho close of his
present terra. He has been a mem
' ber of tho senate for tho.past 30 years
ARE SELLING OUT
A H 1 H
OUR LARGE STOCK OF
THE CORNER STOflE,
Dealers in Groceries ant
Tho Grocery Department
of Mr. A. J. Rodrigues' Storp
has been transferred toj
Just drop in at
MOOIN SI ING,
Cor. of Market and Kalua Avenue.
A new stock of Tweeds, Sedges,
and Suit Patterns
Clothes cleaned and
. j - LAHAINA