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WAILUKU MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, .902.
Attorney at LAW
And Notauy Pernio
LAHAINA, . .- 'MAUJ
ANTONIO F. TAVARES
'Attouney at Law .
AND NoTAltY PUBLIC.
MAKAWAO, i '. MAUI
J-. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellor
bflloo: Occidental Hotel, corner tat King and
DANIEL H. CASE'
Attorney at Law
Koonw 303-504, Stnngcnw'ald B'ld'g, HpNOMJMJ
'A. N. HAYSELDEN
attorney- at law
EDWARD RMITAGB, M. D. ;
Physician & Surgeon
8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 2
p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m. '
WILLIAM PETERS, M D.
Physician & Surgeon
Dn. JOHN WEDDICK,
9 to 10 A. M.
2 to 4 p. si.,
- 7 to8p. M.
Hospital 10 a. m.
DR. ROB'T DINEGARJi
IcCONKEY, M. D.
EiiYsiciAN & Surgeon
IRUSSfELL BOOTE, D. D. S.
Main and Market
U. . . MAUI
AIKEN, D. D. S.)
,Hours, 9 A. M to 4. P. M.
1 I Ml
GEO. H', DUNN
P. E. LAMAR
Civil & Mining Engineer
R. C. SEARLE
For the District of
Lalmina Maul.JT H
.... Send 75c $1.00 01.25
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
,aud confections, sent post or freight
free to any part of the Islands.
Hart & Co., LtdL
Accountant & General Business
LIFE and FIRE INSURANCE
KAHULUI & WAILUKU
C. T. GREEN, PRor.
Hauling ofiall Kinds at reason
Office at Kabului & Wa..uku
Storage at Kabului if desired.
NEW BUTCHER SHOP.
Lee Sing & Co. will open a new
meat market and butcher shop on
Tuesday. July 1, 1902
n Enos' now block on Matket street.
Mutton every Saturday.
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages to let
at all hours.
iWe&t all ...
Tel. No. 24-4.
ok Amur a, prop.
Hacks, Buggies & Saddle Horses
Pit All Hours
Cheap Rates between
Lahaina ancl Wailuku
Lahaina . Mad1,
(Crozier's Old Stand)
Horse Shoeing, Wa'gon &
Carriage Repairing, General
rjlaqksraithing 'and Wood
3E Psop. I
The best beer fop the best people
DO NOT TAKE A CHEAP BEER BECAUSE
YOUR DEALER ASKS JYOU TO..
N you Cannot get RAINIER BEER of your
home dealer then all you have to
do Is to order direct from the
PcO Box 517.
And you will get the
ISC BOTTIIM WOKS.
The Wailuku 8a
Opp. WAILUKU DEPOT
D. L. MEYER Prop.
ICE COLD BEER ALWAYS ON HAND
Friirst,Gleiss Airtes& L-icjuors
Primo, Schlitz, A. B. & Weiland's Beer
We Carry the Largest and Most Complete Line of Vehicles on the Island
The ATTENTION of the The Maui trade is specially invited
to the full line of HACKS, BUGGIES, RUN-ABOUTS and
G. Schumann, Ltd
We Can Furnish You Anything From a Dump Cart to a Fine Carriago
at a PRICE Lower Than You Can Get
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMAN, Ltd. MERCHANT St., HONOLULU.
Hacks, Carriages, Buies arid Saddle Horses
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mail Stage Leaves ' j wSu fa a. ml 1 Daily
A. DO 'REG'Oj
V3 T T5J J
best (jeer on the market
. . ' V.ri.'ger.
The beef trust is to bo backed by
Hard coal is bfing sold at the rate
of 132 per ton in NetV York city.
Mascagni has scored a great suc
cess with Italian opera music in New
A second lire has occured in the
Texas coal iields causing loss of over
Two tombs of great antiquity have
been discovered in the Necropolis in
the Forum at Rome.
Large and valuable deposits of
niter have been discovered and locat
ed in Death Valley, California.
Russia proposes to build a new
railway to connect the Black Sea
with its Sjboria'n railway system.
. The British .Minors' Federation
bitterly opposes the shipment of
English coal to the United States.
A general strike of coal miners in
northern France has been declared,
and over 50,000 men have struck.
The metallurgical workers of
Kulsch,Russia,havo failed for $9, 000,
000,leaving 5,000 men out of work.
A general and bitter fight is being
mude in England, against the Gov
ernment's proposed educational bill.
Lady Henry Somerset stntes that
drunkenness among women in Lon
don is increasing, to 'an alarming ox
Cousul Webb of Havana, whose pri
vate letter critizing the Cubans was
published, has been t'raiiferrcd to
Winston Churchill, author of "Rich-!
ard Carver"and "The Crisis" will be;
elected to congress from New Hamp
shire, this fall.
A $300,000 cotton mill is to bo es
tablished at Stockton, California, at
us early a date as possible, to sup
ply the orient trade.
Brigadier-General Joseph P. San
ger has been appointed by Secretary
Root to conduct the census taking in
the Philippines Islands.
An American fleet has been form-:
ed in the Caribbean Sea with Ad
miral Coghlan in command, head
quarters at Culebra, Porto Rico
Ex-pugilist John L. Sullivan will
again appear on the stage in a brand
new melodrama, "The American
Earl," with John in the titlo role.
Serious riots are reported in New
Orleans between the striking Kticet
car men and the police, caused by an
attompt to run cars with non-union
There arc indications that Pres
ident Castro of Venezuela caunot
much longer maintain power, ana
that the revolution will probably be
President Roosevelt's good offices
havo failed to end the coal strike,
and the miners refuse to roturn to
work until concessions are made to
them by the mine owners.
Professor Barret Wendell, profes
sorof English at Harvard sinco 1S98,
has been appointed Clark lecturer in
English Literature at Trinity Col
lege, Cambrige, for a year.
.Embassador White has been offi
cially notified that -Oxford will confe
on him the degreo of Doctor of Civil
Law during tho celebration of the
Bodleian Library's tercerttary.
Tho friends of General Booth, the
hoad of the Salvation Army, and his
son, Ballington Booth, are trying to
effect a reconciliation between them
during tho General's visit to Amcr
Tho commission of Senators who
visited Hawaii. Issued a report on
their roturn to the Coast, which
stated fully what they.had done, but
was silent as to any proposed recom
An ultimatum has been sent to the
Sultau of Bacolod on Mindanao Isl
and calling his attention to the Ma
cien campaign, and promising him
tho samo punishment, if ho does uqt
ceaso his opposition to tW. Americans
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