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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST '1 6,. ' 1-2.
NUMBER 1 -4
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. PROFESSIONAL CARDS
I.. sdOHN RICHARDSON
ATTORNEY at LAV
And Notary .Pnntib,
LAHAINA, ; : MAUI
r ANTONIO T TAVARES
Attorney at. Law
U MAKAWAO, ; '. MAUI
g. M; kAnekuA
Attorney And CounselLor
bfflcc: Occidental Hotel, corner dt King and
p." n. KAIIOKUOLUNA
Attorney at Law
DANIEL H. CASE
Attorney at Law
hooms 50.1-501, Stnngonwrtd n'ld'g, Hosoi.rn.rj
I' VltL?AM" PETERS, M, D.
"-Physician & Surgeon
Dr. M'oAlILLAN. ... ,.v
WAILUKU; . .
8 to 10 A. M. 1 to 3 P. M. OFFICE
10 a. Mi Hospital 7 to8 p. m Office
W Except when away on urgent Call.
DR'. ROB'T DINEGARi
Physician & Suroeon
fc" PuuMin-e Maui
to W. F. McCONKEY, M D'.
Physician & Surgeon
L: W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D S
nfflm. Main anB Market
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Watlttku. i . MAUI
t. " '
"GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.J
Office Hours, 9 A; M. to 4. P. M.
sginecr and Surveyor
! tJIe District i .
GEO. H. DUNN
HARRY ARillTAGE.' .
Stock an!) Bond Broker.
Member of Honolulu Stock Exchange, Office
flimuhn!! tllonlt. Mfirnhnnt Street.
ICE CREAM Oti SATURDAYS
IN NEW If. ai P. HALL
AH KEE : : : Prop.
AMERICAN BARfc&R SHOP
Now Open in MAUI HOTEL
Strictly First Class Work. EvorytMiiB
New and Clcun. LiiJlus Stiatnpboing unci
Clilldron's Hair Cutting n Specialty.
H. PAUL DU RING, Proprietor
. . . Send 75c Si.00 $1.25
or SI. 50 for a nice box of Chocolates
and confections, sont post or freight
free to any part of tho IslunrVs.
t & Co.,
Honolulu. H T.
L M. Vetlesen
Accountant & General Business
LTFE and FIRE INSURANCE
KAHULUI & WAILUKU
, Tpansooitation Co.
C. T. GREEN, Puor.
Hauling of all Kinds at rcasor
Office at kuhul'ul & WaJuku
Stora;o at Kahulul if desired.
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carfiaes to let
- at all hours
meet all . . . .
Tel. No. 244.
HackS) Buggies & Saddle Horses
A.t 111 Hours.
Cheap Rates Between
Lahaina and Wailuku
(Croilei-'s Old Stand
.Horse Shoeing, Wagoil &
Carriage it'epairih, General
BlrckSmllllhig and Wood
i. . 4i
This v J ,
e Wailuku Saloon
Opp. WAILUKU DEPOT
D. L. MEYER , Prop.
ICE COLD BEER ALWAYS ON HAND
FirstClass lAines & Liquors
Primo, Schlitz, A. B.& Weiland's Beep
We Carry the Largest and Most Complete Line of Vehicles on the Island?
Wo Can Furnish lou Anything Prom a Dump Cart-to u j.uio Carriage
at a PRICE Lower Than You Can Get Elsewhere
Agents For STUDEBAKER MFG CO.
G. SCHUMAN, Ltd.
A KODAK IN THE HOME
THE children grow up and you have . a i pictured
1 story of their growing. Not only that, but all the 2
interesting ovents of the year. (
THE cost is small, because we are selling EAST
'MAN KODAKS at 20 per cent below regular 5
V prise. . , , .3
THE outdoor exercise add to health, education 3
., and enjoyment, . t
WRITE FOR PRICES ANti CATALOGUES. 5
I AO A'iB t E'S
LAHAINA STABLES t . lahaina
j HjjpUs, Crrlaie's, Buies and 5addle Hobses
at all holii'Si Meet all steamers and Trains. j
Man iage tes !&1fat'S: My
MERCHANT Sr., HONOLULU.
HONOLULU, H- T. S
1 . 1 )
John Wntls, tho 'famous English
joekoy, is dead.
Tho famous Brooklyn bridgo is 'to
bis re'co'nstructed at a cost of $2 000,
A German inventor has a systehnof
sending sound bv tho use of a search-ight.
Nebraska, Iowa and. South Dacota
vVn rpppnt.lv Rli'nlf'pli nr, 'fin . nnrf.li.
mfalfivwsp f -tts nr.--
The courts have been appealed to,-
to break up tho corner in July oats
King Victor Enmanuel of Italy
will visit Eraperdr William at Berlin,
Central and southern California
were badly shaken up by earth
quakes-, July ai.
There is said to bo promise of a
tormy time for Balfour in his control
of the House of Commons'.
Outlaw Tracy has left Seattle, and
.vus last heard of on the Columbia
river cast of the Cascades'.
It is rumored that the Anglo-Jap-mesc
treaty relative to Corca is cre
. ting uneasiness in France. i
Mujor Putnam Bradleo Strong has
dipped out of London to avoid May
lroho, who is hunting for him.
U. S. Grant, Jr. of Los Angeles is
uid to bo making a political fight
ugaiust Gov. Gage of California.
Official returns from St. Peters
jurg state that cholera is raging
ivith terrific violence in Manchuria.
Cardinal Gotti has been appointed
Prefect of tho Propognnda, to suc
ceed the lato Cardinal Ledochowski.
The massaoro of native Christians
and tho destruction of their property
till continues at Szc-Chuen, China.
A civil war is imminent in Hay ti,
iver 3,000 men toeing in arms to op
pose the election of Firm'ln as presi
dent. 'Hundreds of tons of luscious ap
ricots arc rotting in Los Angeles
ouuty, for lack of labor to gather
Great financial stringency prevails
in iVicaragun, as a result of th'c
uotion of congress on the Panama
Experiments are to bo made with
oano pulp from llilo by au eastern,
japer firm to test its value ion
Forty four steamers with 250,000
ons of raw sugar from Java will
rive at Delaware Breakwater wlth-
n tho next few weeKs.
Minster Wu, tho Chinese diplomat'
ius been ordered by his government
o remain at Washington for an
ludefinite period longer.
Ex champion John. L. Sullivan was
. ecently severely bitten on the leg by
j. wild cat whoso cage he had kicked
jpen in a drunken freak.
The Santa Clara County, California
truit pickers have formed a union to
regulate wages and driTO out the
Cnineso and Jap fruit pickers.
At a coal strike riot atShenandaoh,
Penn., two persons were killed and
scores wounded. The troops were
called out, and peace was restored.
The tallest and largest building in
die world is coon to be erectad in
Now York c'.ty, twenty stories high
and covering an aero of ground, at a
jost of $4,500,000.
Dr. Whitman Cross of tho U. S,
geological survey is to spend some
months on the Hawaiian Islands, for
the purposo of making a special
.nvestigation of our volcanoes.
Viscount Goschen, former German
Chancellor of tho Exchequer, is ei
gaged on a Ufo of Goethe, for which
purpose ho has spent yqars in gather-.
ing a valuable mass of material.
The t'es.ts pf oil fuel f,or naval pur
poses by ,tie U. S. Navy has in many
respects proved satisfactory, but itt
ustt will 1)0. limltqd to. forpedo boats
andtother Email Vessels for the pres-
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f MAUI advancoin
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frous of now Locations and are
constantly on tho lookout forJ
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to let these very desirable homo
seekers know what tho MAWAI-
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to tho world's needs under favor
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AllEUDEUN, S. D.
Aurll 8. Vjltl.
'Mr. O. L. Clement,
itiio, Hawaii. '
Dear sir: I gladly subscribe to jour SjdiJ
laumsumi lacioHeouo uoiiar lor fame, any.
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more. Yours truly, -
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