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' WAILUKU MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, OCTOBER J 8, (902.
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Attorney at Lav,
And Notauy Punr.ic
.ftLAHAINA, . . ' MAUI
'ANTONIO P. TAVARES
attorney at law -and
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
tf'. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellor
Oaico: Occidental Hotel, corner or IClnc cert
.P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA
LA.UATNA - . MAUI
DANIEL H. CASE
Attorney at Law
.-Kooms 503-001, Stsragcmvnld Mil's, Honolulu
A. N. HAYSELDEN
I attounIsy at law
"General Business fi Collection Agent
EDWARD ARMITAGE, M. D.
Physician & Surokon
Office Hours. 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 2
p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m.
WILLIAM PETERS, M, D.
Physician & Surgeon
S- -Dk. JOHN WEDDICIv, '
9 to 10 A. M.,
2 to 1 r. m. ,
7 to 8 p. ar.
'HopriTAL 10 A. SI,'
DINEGARIl Hnnk'SSStlCnPPiniie.c; tn lei
,, ' Physician &. SuiiacoNl
' m JBWPAIA TRAINS.
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W. P. McCONKEY, M. D. MAD1?
Physician & Suroeon J WjjjWl '"Z
Uia, . . haJMmma -Stables
DENTISTS fig If
W RUSSELL BOOTE, D.JP.L7
Oflico, Main and MARiSjBw
Vailuku, . JjgP T
' Dentist ;
' Office nours, 9 A. M. to WfflZI&i i
Sunsyside. Paia, : mlKlljnji.ilf
r H. eSldredge.
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GEO. H. DUNN
P. E. LAMAR
Civil & Mining .Enyincoi4
R. C. SEARLE
For the District op
tnlminn Maui.JT II
.... Send 7oc S1.00 $1.25
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
and confections, sent post or freight
free to any part of the Islands.
art Sr Co.,
Honolulu H T.
Accountant )& General Business
'LIFE and FIRE INSURANCE
BIL'LS COLLECTED' ,
KAHULUI & WAILUKU
C. T. GREEN, Prop.
Hauling of' all Kinds at reason
Ofllce at Kahului & Waulcu
Storage at Kahului if desired.
NEW BUTCS1ER SHOP.
Lee Sing & Co. will open a new
meat market and butcher shop on
Ttiesdav..Ju!v I. 1902
in Enos' now bloffiMSftkct street,
Mutton every Saturday
LEE SING & CO.
ticks, Buggies & Saddle Horses
At All Hours
Cheap Rates Between
Lahain and Wailuku
(Croierls Old Stand)
Horse Shoeing, Wagon &
Carriage Repairing, General
ElacksmithYug aud -Vood
Work, , 'I
frank uosEiM . 'pop.
Vle5tWlI , . . .
The foestbeei? for-the best people
DO NOT TAKE A CHEAP BEER BECAUSE
YOUR DEALER ASKS YOU TO.
Ii you cannot get RAINIER BEER of your
home dealer then ail you have to
do is to order direct from the
Alii BOTTLING WO
And you will get the
The Wailuku Saloon
Opp. WAILUKU DEPOT
D.. L. MEYER Prop;
ICE COLD BEER ALWAYS ON HAND
Pi i-sf GliEss UUines c&.-JLfiqfti'ors-"-' M
Primo, Schlitz, A. B. & Weiland's Beer
We Carry the Largest and Most Complete Line of Vehicles on the Islan
The ATTi!VjTlON of the The Maui trado is specially invited
to the full line of HACKS, BUGGIES, RUN-ABOUTS and
two-wheeleas carried by
G. Schumann-, Ltd.
Wo Cap Furnish You Anything From a Dump Cart to a Fino Carriage
at a PRICE Lower Than You Can Get Elsewhere
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHDMAN, Ltd. MERCHANT St.. HCjNOLULU.
LAHAINA STABLES .
liackB, Cai'Piaes-, Bji50les and
it all hours Meet all Steamer; and '
Sail Stage Leave's f wS, fa
A. OO RECOb
Hi' '"V HTts
test Beer on tfie marM
a. m. S
J. Pierpont Mnrgnnis to head a
coal oil syndicate in California.
Senator David Uiil appardntly has
control of the democratic party in
Secretary Moody wants a naval
allowance of $80,000,000, for the en
During the Stockton Fair, a $250,-
000 fire destroyed the pavilion aifd
It is generally believed that the
deatli of Emile Zala by asphyxiation
was purc'y accidental.
An earthquake at Guam, Septem
ber 22, caused considerable damage
to the U. S. naval station.
100,000 tons of coal have been pur
chased at Newcastle, England, to be
imported to the United States.
President Mitchell of the Miners'
Union states that the strikers can
hold out all winter, if necessary.
An additional regiment of Penn
sylvania troops has been called out
to suppress riots in the coal fields.
The lead manufacturers of the
United States have formed a gigan
tic trust, with a capital of $60,000,-'
Australia has tho largest duck
arm on earth, with an incubator
wnicli has a capacity for 14,000 eggs-.
The President, on Septembor 25,
signed tho order providing for the
taking of a census of the Philippine
Since 18S1, the value of electrical
installations in tho United States has
increased from $1,000,000 to $1,000,-
11100,000: W . , .
Two operations' have been per-,
tormed on President Roosevelt's
unee, which '.sin fair way to perfect
Peat cut from tho swamps near
South Chicago, is to bo substituted
or coal, whilo the high prices of the
Fred. W. Atkinson, Superinten
tent of Schools at Manila, has re
igned, his resignation to take effect
iunuary 1, 1903.
Heavy fighting was going on, at
list advices, between the insurgents
nd the government troops on tho
Kthmus of Panama.
Tno coal strike was under discus-
s on by tho president and his cabinet."
who are doing all they can to bring,
ab ut a settlement.
Tho entire National Gunrd or
Pennsylvania, numbering 10.000 men,
navo been called out to preserve
-ace in the coal fields.
On September 29, twelvo hundred
.ublic schools were opened on the
sland of Porto Rico, with an attend
ance of 50,000 children.
Clarence Thurston, aged 22 years,
v son of ex-Senator Thurston, recenl
y attempted suicido by asphyxia
ion, at St. Louis, Missiouri.
An American syndicate has spent
9,000,000 gold for tho purchase oi
hree of the largest tobacco factorle1-
n Mexico, and are negotiating for
ho purchase of others.
Vice-President Geo. AV. Ward, of
tho Commercial Cable Co. asserts
that cable communication will be es
ablished between tho United Stales
nd Manila, by July 1, 1903.
A panic in tho Now York stock
narket was averted October 1, by
tho prompt action of U. S.Secrctary
aha w, who enabled the banks to in
crease their amount- of circulating
There wcro 5,121 cases and 2,710
deaths from cholera roportcd in one
lay, in tho provinco of Iloilo, Island
of Panay, in tho Philippines. The
survivors fled to the mountains, leav
ing tho dying and dead uncarcd for.
Harry Wright of Cfnao has de
vised a successtul , mochanlsln which
loos away with cranks and rods in
reciprocal .engines, substituting a'
spiral shaft, cross-head and a stub
shaft which will largely increaso the
.speed. of railroad engines and ocean
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