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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURt.fe AUGUST 9, 1902.
Attorney at Latt
I And Notary Punno
NIO P. TAVARES
Attorney at Law
NT J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellor
baico: Occidental Hotol, corner of King and
Attorney at Law
IDANIEL-H. CASE, '
Attorney at Law
uooi3.V):!-7)!, Stansenwnld B'ld'g. Honolulu
jfWILLlAM PETERS. M D.
Physician & Surgeon
8 to 10 A. M. i io a v. n.
10 a. m. Ho?riTAii 7 to 8 p. m Office
LvExcont when away on urgent Call.
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR.
Physician & Surgeon
W. P. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
W, RUSSELL BOOTF5, D. D S.
Office, Main and Market
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
GEO. S AIKEN,- D. D. S.J
Office Hours, 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
4iSUNNYSIDE, PAIA, ' ! . I . MAUI.
i v- Civil Engineer and Surveyor
P. E. LAMAU
Civil & Mining Engineer
For! the District qv
Latinlrm Maul, T. II
GEO. H. DUNN
Stock: and Bond Broker.
Member ofllonolulu Stock Exchange, Oiaco
Campbell H'.oclt, Merchant Street,
ICE CREAM ON SATURDAYS
IN NEW K. of P. HALL
AH KEE ; : : Prop.
AMERICAN BARBER SHOP
Now Open in MAUI HOTEL
Strictly First Class Work. Kvcrytlilns
New nnd Clean. Ladlps Shampooing and
Children's Hair Cutting a Specialty.
H. PAUL DURING, Proprietor
Send 75c $1.00 $1.25
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
and confections, spnt post or freight
free to any part of the Islands
irfiai't & Co9 Ltd,
L Ic Vettesen
Accountant & General Business
.-.LIFE and FIRE, INSURANCE
KAHULUI & WAILUKU
C. T. GREEN,
Hauling of all Kinds
it reason -
Office at Kuliului & WaJuku
Storago at Kahului if desired.
Slacks and Carriages to let
at all hours.
Meet eill , . , .
Tel. No. ZAA.
Hacks, Buggies & Saddle Horses
fit All Hours.
Cheap Rates between
Lahciina and Wailuku
(Crozier's Old Stand)
Horse Shoeing, yagon &
Ctirriage Repairing, General
Blacksmithitig ' and Wood
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
CALL Mo. 1
Third Representative Distnict, Territory of
lu complinnco with the Resolution passed' by the District Gom-'
tnittee, held this 8th day of August, 19Q2utVailuiai, Maui.
AVo do hereby call the Republican" Trecmcts to come together
upon the 23rd clay of August, 1902, topontiiiato Dolegatps ftfr local
convontionj to bo held itr'the follow1nV?stncts, onAStiCurdtty?
representiitivos on the Ropublicitn
OF NUMBER OF DELEGATES TO WHIG II EACH PRECINCT IS
ENTITLED, THE BASIS OF APPORTIONMENT AND PLACE
OF HOLDING THE
1st Prtcinct 05
H2nd " . 45
v3rtl " Lahaina ' 84
4lh " Lunai 5
5th " Ilonokohiiu 40
(3 th " Wuiluku
7th " Kahuhu 5S
8th " UllipalnUuti 11
0th " Mnkawuo 33
10th " Hatnakuupoko
Uth " Kipuhulu 33
12th " Hana 59
13tli " 'Kcaiiac! illl
Chiiii'mnn -District Committee
'Tl 1 15 7 a li tF T
ne wa uku daioon
Opp. "WAILUKU DEPOT
D. L. MEYER f Prop.
ICE COLD EEER ALWAYS ON HAND
First Class Aines.& L-icjuors
Primo, Schlitz, A. B. &' Weiland's Beer
We Carry the Largest and Most Complete Line of Vehicles on the Islands
Wo Can Furnish You Anything From a Dump Cart to a J.''ino -Carriage
at a PRICE Lower Than You Can Get
Agents For STUDEBAKER MJFG CO.
G. SCHUMAN, Ltd.
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KODAK IN THE HOME 1
Tl.lE children crow up and vou have a pictured 3
1 story of their
Honolulu Photo Supply Co 5
HONOLULU, H- T.
Hacks, Carriages, Budgies ahd Saddle Hoi'ses
at all hours. Meet all Steamers hnd Trains.
il Stage Leaves
J. OO REGOj
Dclentba Meeting Place
( Court House, Pulcoo
J 10 a. m.
' 2 p. in.
v Court Rouse, 7 p. in.
2 p. m.
, Native Church 8 p.m
-., ) ,' Hnna Court
; S ) 8 p. m.
of IhwSPd Ropres.entativo District.
MERCHANT St., HONOLULU.
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growing. Not only that, but all the
interesting ovents ot the year. ;
THE cost is small, because we are selling EAST- 13
1 MAN KODAKS at 20 per cent below regular
exercise add to health, education i
PRICES AND CATALOGUES.
.Va, i Daily
Illinois has been swept bv electric
sloims and heavy floods of rain.
Baltimore was visited bv a fierce
tmiado July 20, during which eleven
lives were, lost.
A natural soap mine lias been di:-
covered in the foothills near Ashcrofl,
British Columbia. '
Japan's most distinguished statesmen
has just dicd.of cancer. !
At a recent auction sain in London
an egg of the now extinct great auk'
was sold for $1200.
A grand nephowvof Prince Bismarlr
was recently .arrested in New York
City for stealing.
A severe drouth is prevailing hi
southern Arizona, and hundreds of
cuttle are dying daily.
A large number of American horses
arc to be frliipped to South Africa, to
rciitock the veldt farms.
An excellent substitute for rubber
ii being manufactured from crude oil
obtaincd at Beaumont, Texas. 1
The visiUng U. S. Senators will
eavu San Francisco, August -0, on
board the Peking for Hawaii.
10,000 natives from the Mums of
Manila arc to be moved into suburban
eamps to check the spread of cholera.'
negro boy 15 years old at Bir
mingham, Alabama, has confessed to
having killed four babies within the
past few weeks.
The Queen of the Belgians is suffer
ing from marked weakness of the
heart, and her coudilion is arousing
The riictiraguansliavedofeatc'd the
hndv .of 100(1 insurgents who landed
Clarenco H. Maekay will probably
uccced his late father in the manage
ment oi tr.c Loramercuu unnie at a
the Postal Telegraph.
The Japanese Government has-- scrv
el notice on the State Department
of our GovernmiMit that it claims por-,-cssion
of Marcus Islands,
Tho city of Bundcrables, Persia
was Recently sovoroly shaken up by
an earthquake- which lasted several
nflnutes, and injured many buildings.
Emperor William has turned over
several hundred souvenirs of thp trip
of Princo Henrv to the United
States, to the Hohcnzolicrn Museum.
Tho Fowler Companies, tlio great
provision dealers of Liverpool,' have
sold out their provision and packing
plants to Swift & Co. of Chicago.
The bird of paradise, from New
Guinea will soon becomo extinct,
owinsr to tho relentless warfare
waged on them by feather hunter's.
Ninoty blocks of tho town of Gunj1-
aquil.(Equador) has been destroyed
by fire, tho loss in buildinjzs and mor
'chadise being estimated at $5,000,
Bradlee Strong, who became notori
ous for his escapade with May Yohe,
then Lady Francis Hop, has desert
ed her, after making way with her
The Vatican is preparing to np
point an Archbishop of Manila, vho
will probably bo Bishop Messmcr,
Rishnp of Green Bay, Wisconsin since
Marconi has iuventod a system of
wireless telegraphy which is applica
ble to submarmo boats, and has
presei led hi invention to the Italian
An underground vault has been
discovered in the Islniyls of Cupi
where tho Emperor Tiberius used to
confino victins of his displeasure
One hundred and ten brick layer
and masons, who had taken refuge
from a storm at Williamsport,Pcnn.
wcro struck by a bolt of lightning
all being stunned and one killed.
LIST OF GOOD THINGS
-- '...at-t. - ' -- 1
Arc you interested in seein
MAUI advance in .
There are ninny people desi-()
rous of new Locations and arcf
constantly on tho lookout for
YOU CAN HELP
to let these very desirable home-
seekers know what the HAWAl-j
IAN ISLANDS could contributed
to the world's needs under favor-
able conditions. Maui wants thcl
s nail farmer to tide over string-?
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AUKIIDRKX, S. D. 9
Aiiril C !!k)i.
'Mr. C. U Clement, V
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kLior.Ts iinJ lucloponue ilollrtf for wm sur
'.ho cciyyouwnt mu n wirtli that wUy:
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C. M. USCPisn. 9
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