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title: 'The Maui news. (Wailuku, Maui, H.I.) 1900-current, December 20, 1902, Image 1',
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WAILUKU, MAU1 H. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, (902,
' ATXOnNEY AT IiA
And Notary Pnnuo
t . .
pi-LAIIAINA, . . MAUI
ANTONIO F. TAVARES
Attorney at Law
and Notary Pudmo.
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellor
Offlco: Occidental Hotel, cornor of King and
HONOLULU, ' . T. II.
Attorney at Law
-T.ATTATNA ' MAUI
DANIEL H. CASE
Rooms 53C-30I, Stangonvralil U'ld's, HoKOMJMJ
hj a. n. hayselden
ATTORNEY AT LAW
NOTARY PUBLIC v
i General Business & Collection Agent
EDWARD ARMITAGE, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
Office1 Hours. 8 to 10a. m.; 1 to 2
'' p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m.
WILLIAM PETERS, M, D.
Physician & Surgeon
Dr. JOHN WEDDICK,
9 to 10 A. 31.,
2 to 4 r. ji.,
ll to 8 P. 31.
Hospital 10 a. sr.
DR. ROB'T DINEGARJi
Physician & Surgeon!
W. F. McCONKEY, M. D.
"Physician & Surgeon
PAIA, . . MAUI
W RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D S
Office, Main and Market
WAILUKU. . . MAUI
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
"Office Hours, 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
StlNNYSIDE, PAIA, .-'''' : MAUI.
Civil Engineer and Survoyor
GEO, U, DUNJf
P E. LAMAR,
Civil & Milling liJngi'noof ' ' '
R. O. SEAKLE
For the District or
. . Send 7fc SI. 00 Sl.L'5
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
and confections, sent post or froight
free to any part of tho I&lum'.s.
rt & Co.? Ltd.
Accountant & General Bcsixkss
LIFE and FIRE INSURANCE
KAHULUI & WAILUKU
C. T. GREEN, Pbov.
Hauling of all 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 I, 1902
in.Enos' now block on Market street.
Mutton every Saturday.
LEE SING & CO.
E. II. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages to let
at all hours.
yieet all ....
PAI A TRAINS.
Tel. No. 244.
PAIA - MAUI
Hacks, Buggies & Saddle Horses
At A.11 Hours
Cheap Rates Setween
Lahaina and Wailuku
(Crozior's Old Stand)
Horse Shoeing, Wagon &
Carriago Repairing, General
Blacksmithing and Wood
PRANK ROSE, . Prop.
The. best beer. for; the bestfpeopld
, JQ JSPTJTAKB,A?'CHBjPBEEI .BECAUSE J
YOUR OEALERlASKSYOU TO.
'S? you cannot get RAINIER BEER-.o? your
.foome dealer then all youj-have to
do is to order direct ?rom thet
P. O Box 51 T.'
And yoa wffl get tie
Oi'P. WAILUKU DEPOT
'Hi L. MBYER Prop.
ICE COLD BEER ALWAYS ON HAND
FHrst Class Wines & Iwiqttors
P,mmo, SchlitzA.B. & Weiland's Beer
Ve 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-lino of HACKS, JBPGGIES, RUN-ABOUTS and
two-wheclcas carried by
G. Schumann, Ltd.
We Can Furnish You AnythingFrom a Dump Cart to a Fine Catriago
at a PRICE Lower Than You Can Got Elsewhere
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMAN, Ltd. MERCHANTJSt., HONOLULU.
?',""" ; V
at all hours. Mf
Mail Stage If
A. DO RE
best beer on tk snarl
es, iBu!es and Saddle Horses
11 Steamers and Trajns.
( Lahaine 8 a. m. )
Wailuku 12 a. m. J Waly
Premier Sjgasta Ime resigned.
Rourcscntntivo Cannon of Illinois
is speaker of the House.
Fourteen persons periled in a fire
in thd'Tiincoln hotel, Chicago.
Congress adjourned on the, second
day out of respect to deceased mem
Ex-Speaker Thomas Bracket!;
Reed, or-Maine turd -at 'Washington
The Turkish authorities arc srid to
be friglilfully vorturing Macedonian
Fifteen regiments now in Amcric
are to be exchanged for troops in
the Philippines. t
A conservative estimate-place 'tho.
deaths from cholera in 'the Philip
pines at 12G.O0O.
Rev. W. H. Milburn, the blind
chaplain of the Senate, has resigned
owing to ilMiealtlii
Oklahoma and Indian Territory.
aro '1o ho admitted as a state under
the name of Oklahoma.
The Italian government will estab
ish wiveless telegraphy between
Genoa and Buenos Ayres.
bill has been introduced in Con
gress making newspapers unmailablo
which contain suicide, hcfrsi f
Littleield's bill to . control trusts
was favorably reported on by tho
House Judiciary Comhiittee.
English journalism is being Amer
icanized, and American newspaper
.men aro in demand in Londou.
Ex-Speaker Tom Reed is critically'
ill with stomach and kidney troubles,'
and serious results arc feared.
It is said .that I. Seligman, the
New York banker, is arranging a
deal to float all of Venezuela's debt
Carrio Nation has returned to
Topeka, and threatens that she will
soon renew her saloon smashing ex
On account of the famine in Corea,
girls and women are being offered for
sale, and bring from $1.25 to $20
Severe storms, with freezing
weather wero prevailing in the
Eastern Stales and in Europe, Dec
Chas. J. Denny, the millionaire St.
Louis brewer has been sent to prison
for two years for complicity in tho
French diplomats aro angered,
that Siam should have adopted tho
gold standard, without giving them
Tho Progresso, with an oil cargo,
blew up at the Fulton Iron Works
causing tho death of six men, and the
loss of much property.
It is now asserted that a treaty is
unnecessary in the event that the
Panama Company's rights aro pur
chased by the United States.
President Roosevelt and all
branches of the government' will be
represented at the dedication of tho
St. Louis Fair on April 30, 1903.
England refuses Russia's proposi
tion to submit tho settlement of tho
sugar trouble between them to the
consideration of tho Hague tribunal.
President Palma of Cuba states
that he can mako a treaty with the
United States, without roforring the
matter to the Cuban legislature, and
that he will do so.
Michael Davitt, John Dillon and
other Irish leaders who aro touring
the United States claim that they
have secured about $70,000 for the
Irish Homo Rule cause.
A revolution is threatened in Hon
duras, caused by tho refusal of Pres
ident Sierra to turn over tho pres
idential office to Senor Bonilla, who
was elected president in October
John Barrett, who is now in the
orient, in the interests of tho St.
Loula World's Fair.has been selected
by Roosevelt to succeed Col. Buck,
who has just died, as minister to
Our Stock 'of lolidal
' Fancy Clocks
Decorated China Ware
Fancy Leather .Articles
and everything suitable
for Christmas Gifts
And will be ready for inspection
Monday, December S
TELEPHONE No. 55
Are you interested in seeingft
MAUI advance in
Thero are many people desl-'(
rous of now Locations and are
constantly on the lookout for
YOU CAN HELP
to lot these very desirable home-
seekers know what tho HAWAI
IAN TSLANDS could contribute
to the world's needs under favor
able conditions. Maui wants the
small farmer to tide over string
AllEHDECS, S. D.
April t, UKK.
Hlr. C. L. Clement,
. lUln llnuflll.
( nnnr Sir: I Klartlr fntorifce to year Sllrt
il'WiiTS and lnolotoone dolliir lor ap RSi
ftho conv sow sent mo was iortn tliat auflS
iraore. Yours truly,
4 C. IS. QlMHNOS,
An Illustrated monthly publish.
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