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bATTJPDAY, JUWE 28 902.
Attorney at Lav
And Notary Punuo
LAHAINA, . . MAUI
AN'PQNIO F. TAVARES
At.torn.ky at Law
and Notary Puiimc.
MAKAWAO, . MAUI
J. M. ICANEKUA
ATTORNEY AND U0UNBEf.J.0R
O.llce: Ocelacatal Untol. corner of King aid
P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA
Attorney at Law
WILLIAM PETERS. M D.
Physician & Surgeon
Dr. JOHN WEDDIOK,
8 to 10 a. m. 1 to 4 p. m. Office
10 a. ji. Hospital 7 to8 r. m Office
Except when away on urgent Call.
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR.
Physician & Surgeon
w. P. mcconkey;.m. d.
Physician & Suroeon
Dh. K. SOGA,
Physician & Surgeon
Office Hours 9 to 12 a. m.
Vineyard St. : : Wailuku
. W, RUSSELL BOOTE, D.-D S.
OSicc, Main and Market
' WAILUKU, . MAUI
GEO, S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office Hours, 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
Sunnyside-, Paia, : : Maui.
t H. ELDREDGE,
f, Civil Engineer andSurvoyor
P. E. LAM All
Civil & Mining Engineer
R. 0. SEARLE
For the District of
Lnhalnn Maul. T. II
GEO. H. DUNN
Stock and, Bond Broker.
Mombcr of Honolulu Stock Exchange, Ofilcc
Campbell Mock, Merchant Street,
Telephone Alnln 101.
I, O. Box 083
ICE CREAM ON SATURDAYS
IN NEW K, of P. HALL
AH KEE ; : .: Inor.
Artistic Hair- 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.
liart & COo9 Ltd.
Hon1.)l" TT T.
L M. Vetleseii
Accountant & General Business
LIFE and FIRE INSURANCE
KAHULUI & WAILUKU
C. T. GREEN, Pnor.
Hauling of all Kinds at reasoi
Oflice at Kaliului & Wa.Juku
Storage at Kaliului if desired.
E. II. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages to let
at all hours.
Meet Ei 11 ....
Tel. No. 12.A-A-.
PATA - - MAUI.
Hacks, Buggies Si Saddle Horses
At All Hours.
Cheap Rates between
Lahaina and W ailuku
(Crozio'r's Old Stand)
Horse Shoeing. Wagon &
Carriage Repairing, General
Blacksmithing and Wood
PRANK ROSE, Plior.
D. L. MEYER
!CE COLO EER ALWAYS ON HAND
IRirsJ: CJfass lAihes cS; Liquors
Pi'imo, Sclslitz, A.-Bir & Weiland's Beer
We Carry the Largest and Most Complete Line of Vehicles on the Islands
at a PRICE Lou. :
nt,' From a Dump . .
t'ou Can Get Elsewhere
Agents For STUDEBAKER A1FG GO.
G. SCIIUMAN, Lid. MERCHANT St., HONOLULU.
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1 A KODAK IN THE HOME ' I
S 4 HONOLULU, M- T:
Wear one and You
HacUs, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Stage Leaves j waijuku 12 a. m. 1
A. DO RE.GO
THE children grow up and you have a pictured 2
story of their growing. Not only that, but all the 5
interesting events ot the year. --3
THE cost, is small, because we arc selling EAST
1 MAN KODAKS at 20 per cent below regular 8
THE outdoor exercise add to health, education
WRITE FOR PRICES AND CATALOGUES.
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On June 9, nil grades of tvugar
were advanced five points' in the
Nfv York market.
Tho Roverrnent cable bill known as
the Corliss bill was killed in .the
House, after long dcbat.e.
Bernhardt is to play Ro,m,e,6 p
America, commencing in October
with Maud AdiWs as Juliet.
Mr. Krueger, the late president of
tho Boer republic, declares that he
will end his days in Holland.
The export' Iron and s.tccl irndo of
tho United States lm.s fyjlon oil alarm
ingly in the past three months.
Patlcn resigned the presidency of
Princeton College, and Wood row Wil
son was elected lo tuceeed him.
Lumber trade bciwccn the Sound
andSoulc Africa will boom, as a
result of the close of the Boer wa".
There are lively indentions ot vol
canic disturbances m the mountains
west of Lake Managua, Nicaragua.
"Tod" Sloan tho famous American
jockey, was fined and impiisoned for
"scorching" in his auto, on the Bois,
SenorGonzilo Queseda, the first
Cuban Minister to the United States,
arrived with his family at Washington
July 10 is Uic date by which all
Boers must surrender, in order to be
en.itled to the benctit of the peace
The final vote on tho canal bill was
fixed to begin at 2 p. m. June 19, in
the Senate, it having already passed
The Mystic Shrincrs have just helu
their annual tneetiug in San Fran
cisco. Next year they will meet at
Heavy snow fell at Middlcburg,
Cape Colony, June 11, being the tirbt
oiiow fall in that rej;ron for the past
President Havemeyer of tho sugai
trust denies that his company has
bought a controlling interest in the
beet sugar industry.
Tho Maokay cable promoters an
nounce that one thousand miles of
cable have been completed, tor the
Coast- Honolulu line.
Seven thousand men, principally
printers, butchors tobacconists, hemp
workers and carriage-mukcrs, are
out on a strike at Manila.
England and America will probably
unite in countervailing kartel sugar
bounties which will materially
strengthen the sugar mutket.
Mexican troops recently slaught
ered a largo number of Yaqui indian
women and children, und killed eight
bucks who were guarding them.
Quay is the dominating power in
Pennsylvania this year, aud Penny
packer, his candidate, beut Klkius
for tho gubernatorial nomination.
Rosenthal nnd Cohn, two New
York merchants have been arrested
on the charge of defrauding the gov
eminent of customs duties on silks.
On account of the continuous earth
quakes in Guatamala, the people
have abandoned their houses in some
districts, and make their homes in
The rumov that Great Britain
intends to buy the district of Lorenzo
Marquez in Portuguese East Africa,
has caused great excitement in
Embassador Choate recently enter
taiued the king and queen of Englana
at a dinner at which many distin
guished Englishmen and Americans
Twelve persons wore killed and a
million dollars worth of damage done
by a tornado which recently swept
over a ricli farming district in cen
The anarchy bill, measure to pro-
, the president and foreign min
rs and embassadors, and to sup
ss the teaching of anarchy passed
SHousc by a vote of. 175 to 38.
OUR LARGE STOCK OF
THE CORKER STORE.
Dealers in ' Groceries and
The Grocery Department
of Mr. A. J. Rodrigues' Storo
has been transferred to tho
Just drop in at Rodrigues'
Block, Corner Main anil
Market Street, and try our
Rodrigues & Rodrigues
FMrst Class Restaurcnt '1
Meals at Am. Hours
Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes.
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobacco
Canned fruits of all kinds, jellies and
jams for sale.
High St., '-aVailuVa'
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