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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, JULY 26 902.
NUMBER M AJ
Attorney at Lav
And Notary Puhuo
LAHAINA, . . MAUI
ANTONIO P. TAVARES
ifesflF. Attohney at Law
and Notary Pummc.
J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellor
O.llco: Occidental Hotol, corner of King and
. ' Matron Streets.
; HONOLULU, ;.
Vp. N. KAUOKDOLUNA
Attorney at Law
PANIEL H. PASE
Attorney at Law
ItoonaS'n-SM, StangcDwaU H'Wg, Hoh-or.uuJ
WILLIAM PETERS, M D.
' Physician & Surgeon
lI v - Dit- M'cMILUAN, ,
. . WAILUKU.
8 to 10 a. jr. 1 to 3 r. m. Office
10 a. jr. Hospital 7 io8 r. ji Office
- Except when away on urgent Call.
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR.
Physician & Suroeon
W. IT. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician &, Suroeon
W. RUSSELL BOOTF5, D. D. S.
Office, Main and Market
VATLUKU. . . MAUI
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
i jOffico Hours, 0 A. M. to 4, P. M.
H. ELDREDGE. '
Civil Engineer and Surveyor
WAILUKU ' jiaui
V. E. LAM A Li
Civil & Mining Engiueor
R. C. SEARLE
For the District of
GEO. H; DUNN
Stock and Bond Broker.
Mealier of Honolulu Stool: Kxchntigp, Ortlce
, Campbell IIlocI:, Merchant Street,
Telephone .Miiln 101. . P. O. Box 08.1
ICE CREAM ON SATURDAYS
IN NEW If. oi P. HALL
A.H KEE ; ; : Prop.
AMERICAN BARBER SHOP
Nov Open in MAUI HOTEL
Strictly First Cln'Js Work. Kvorytl inj
Now and Clean.-Lndlea Shampooing and
Children's Hair Cutting a Specialty.
H. PAUL DU KING, Proprietor
Se.nd 75c SI. 00 $1.25
or $1.50 for a nico box of Chocolates
and' confections, sent post or freight
free to any part of tho Islands.
Honn'u'u. H. T.
Accountant & General Business
LIFE and FIRE INSUPiANCE
KAHULUI & WAILUKU
C. T. GREEN,
Hauling of all Kinds at rcasor
Office at Kabului & WaJuku
Storage at Kahului if desired.
E. H.-PIEPER, Prop.
Hapks and Carriages to let
AleeK cil 1 ....
To!. No. 24-4-.
Hacks, Buggies & Saddle Horses
At Mil Hours.
Cheap Rates between
Lahaina and Waiktku
(Crozior's Old Stand)
Ilorso Shoeing', Wagon &
Carriage Repairing, General
BlacUsmithing and Wood
PRANK ROSE, Phop.
L. Mo Yetlesei
The Wailuku Saloon
Opp. WAILUKU DEPOT
D. L. MEYER Prop.
ICE COLD BEER ALWAYS ON HAND
Zirst Cilass lAines & Liquors
Primo, Schlitz9 A. B. '& Weiland's Beer
VffCarry the Largest aM'Most Complete Line of VeniclesthWIslanos
We Can Furnish .n.vUitng Frofh a Dump Cart to u riuu Carriage
at a PRICE Lower Than You Can Get Elsewhere
Agents For STUDEBAKER YU-G CO.
G. SCHUMAN, Ltd. .( MERCHANT St., HONOLULU.
1 A KODAK IN THE HOME 1
S THE children ffi'ow up and you have a pictured n
story of their yrpwhiff. Not only 'that, hut all the i
2!Z intert,stin; events ol Ihp year. jS
ST! THE cost, is smn iff because wc arc selling EAST- 3
1 MAN KODAKS at, 20 per cent below regular 4
fSz THE outdoor oxbrcisc" add to health, education 5
St: and enjoyment?'.-1 z
WRITE EOR PRICES AND CATALOGUES.
H Honolulu Photo.Supply Co g
HONOLULU, H T. 3
Wear one and You
I0 STABLES wailuicl'
LFSASWPL STABLES lahaina
Hacks, Carriages; Bii5ies and Saddle Horsas
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mai! Stage Leaves wanukui2a.m. Daily
A DO REGO, Manager.
aoid Shirt Waisfe
A hid o(15 years, who weighed 335
pounds recently died in Kentucky.
Throo persons died in Chicago. .Tul
C, from the effects of extreme heat.
Tho customs receipts 'for Cuba, foi
the month of Juno amounted to $1,232
lAinational liomo'for .indigent-Elks,
Trie bandit Tracy has so far elud
ed capture and has killed several
It is announced from "Port Arthur
that cholera is spreading alarmingly.
Lord Kitchener and staff reached;
London July 12 and were accorded a
Salisbury has rcstgnod the premier
dap of Great Britain, and Dalfour
has succeeded hiin.
Senator Piatt of New York has;
declared himself in favcr of Roosevelt;
for president in lflOi. j
Dan Lamout is being boomed for
the next democratic candidate for
governor of Now York.
Liang Chen Tung lias been appoin
ted Minister to the United S'ates, to
succeed Minister Wu.
The cruiser Ranger lias been oi-'
tiered to Chiriqui, 1 Colombia, to prt
t?ct American interests.
The ice-bound steamers Portland
and Jeanne have escaped from the
ije, reaching St. Michaels, July 2.
Thero is a big "corner" on corn in:
Chicago, and a number of "short"'
brokers are liable to meet disaster.
At Gloversvillo, Now York, July 5,
fifteen persons wero killed and twenty
n'.ne injured by an electric car col
ijGrand Duke Cyril of Russia, cousin
of tl'ie Czar was acccrded an imposing
r jception on the occasion of his re
cent visit to Japan.
Tho Stato Orphans' Homo at Car
4on, Novuda was recently entirely
lestroyed by tire, the loss, being
estimated at $G0.00O. '
Great Britain proposes to trut'e
s mt! of iter West Im.iau islands to
the' United Slates for an Alaskan
p irt, Dyea preferrably.
Secretary Moody has ordered that
one of the war vessels authorized by
recent act. of congress, bo built at
t le New York Navy Yard,
Mayor Tom L. Johnson of C'evc
land, Ohio, if becoming a prominent
possibility as a democratic candidate
for the presidency in 1J104.
Rev. Frank Do "Witt Talmage, son
of the famous pulpit orator, R. De
Witt Taliruge, is prlving a worthy
successor to his gifted father.
Hannis Taylor, notable writer
in international law, has been elected
t)tho chair of constitutional aud
common law, at Columbia Universitv.
Chairman Payno of tho House
Committee on Ways and Means states
that reciprocity with Cuba will be
effected at tho nrxt session of con
Secretary Wilsou predicts that the
time will shortly cotnu when tho ngri
cultural productions of Alaska will
exceed in valuo tho output of its
The U. S. gunboat Marietta hes
bsen ordoredjo proceed to Blueflek's
and Gj-eytown, Nicaragua to invos
tigalo aod report the conditions ex
isting th arc. x
Rev. Max Ilalp'ern, cantor of the
Congregation of Beth TsraeV Boston,
has just unearthed a nutnbe of sacred
tun is of ancient Jewish composltioe,
known as tho "lost chords of Solc-
Assistant Attorney General Charles
Ml has gone to Paris to in-
I tho abltUy of the Panama
bipany to glvo tho United
Satisfactory titlo to its con-
. property on the isthmus,'
1 iy i n e
FOR OURx .
LIST OFfiOOD THINGS
ENJOYABLE TIME ''
t ARE YOU
f A THINKER
f Are you interested In
fuAUl advance In
) Thero aro many people der.
'rous of new' Locations and arc
'constantly on ,ttho lookout for
YOU CAN HELP
to let these very desirable homo-
jseeKers Know wnat inc tiAWAJ-i
)IAN ISLANDS could contributed
to tho world's needs under favor-
Jable conditions. Maui wants tho
small farmer to tide over stnn".
I READ THIS.
V Aui:itl)KK.N, S. D.
A , .April 8, lOQi.
Q Mr C. L. Cltmnt.
jiiio. iiuwcn. i
lJuur Sir: I Klailly Milwrrlbe to yourKuii.(
v vopy nig w rortli ihiu'miij
nore. Yours truly,
C. ji. Gtinusns. '
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