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.WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY APRIL 4, i903.
CROOK & OROOK
Attorneys at Law
Attohney & Counsellor
Attorney at Law
And Notary Public
'LAHAINA, . . MAUI
'ANTONIO P. TAVARES
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public. " ,
MAKAWAO, . . ' MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellor
Office: Occidental Hotel, corner ot King and
HONOLULU, . T. H
P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA
DANIEL H. CASE.
Attorney at Law x
Rooms 503-504, Stangenwnld U'ld'e, IIonotajuj
A. N. HAYSELDEN
attorney' at law
; ;". . ' and
General Business Si Collection Agent
WILLIAM PETERS, M, D.
Physician & Surgeon
. ' Maui.
DR. JOHN WEDDICK,
9 to 10 a. sr.,. "
2 to 4 p, jr.,
, 7 to 8 P. M.; , ,
HoeriTAL 10 a. sr.
DR. ROB'T DlNEGARIi
Physician & Surgeon!
W. P. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
pata. : . MAUI
RUSSELL BOOTR D. D S
Office, Main and Market
WAILUKU. . . MAUI
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office Hours, 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
JEO. H. DUNN
VT A . AYkAiTTIk.
B. LAM AH
Civil & Mining Engineer
.... Send 75c $1.00 $1.2f
r $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolate
and confections, sent post or freight
frr'c to any nartof tho Islutir's.
KAHULUI & WAILUKU
C. T. GREEN, Prior.
II aulinjr of all Kinds at reason
Office at Kabului & Wa .uku
Storage at Kahului if desired.
WAILUKU. , . MAUI
Kahikiti'-i Beef a Sppc alty
Almost every Amw.i ffvi'f
on& vegetable oftempente
and troDicdi Countries c
'jtie successfully gnm tAe
TWELVE iNTtRESTINO MUMBIR&'FOR
,' & IOO Post Paid.
i Photograph Gallery
; Opposite Aloha Saloon 2
sE Market Street, Wailuku
New-Up-to-J)ate High Class
gjJjWork. Kodak Pictures Do-;-
ZZ veloped and Printed.
E. H. PIEPER, Prop.
Hacks and Carriages to let
at all hours.
Meet all , . . .
Tel. No. 2-4-4.
Hacks, BUggles & Saddle Horsei
At All Hours
Cheap Rates' between
Lahaina and; Wailuku
H. HACKFELD! & CO., Ltd.
HONULULU, H. T.
Best 5 cents Cigar
Silver King Tobacco
Cross Cut Tobacco
Cameo & Drum Cigarettes
guaranteed at lowest prices
to the Trade
The Wailuku Saloon
Opp. WAILUKU DEPOT
D. L. MEYER Prop.
ICE COLD BEER ALWAYS ON HAND
First Class A7ines & Liquors
Primo, Schlitz, A.B, & Weiland's Beer
A. A. W ATKINS.
OH AS. R. BISHOP,
(Late ol Honolulu)
For further particulars call or address
H&waiian Department, Judd Building,
1 AO STABLEfa
L A. H A I IN A STABLES lahaina
Hacks, Carriages, iBuggies and Saddle Horses
it all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mail Stage Leaves SSSe,VLS: ay
in the Islands
Buy something Speculative
You can buy PHOENIX SAY
INGS B and L Stock
Is absolutely guaranteed
Directors and Managers are
experienced jBankers and
Hroiit is paid?, From 9 to
I2I-2 Per cent, according to
Time and Class.
Sec. and Mau. Dii .
WALTER K. SMITH,
GAVIN MoNAB, ,
hV'M. COKE, Special Agent, Walhee, Maul.
Fort Street Entrance, Honolulu, II. T
Russia is negotiating a $100,000,000
loan in the Brussels market.
All negotiations to settle tho street
car strike in Seattle have so far
Germany is dissatisfied with Ad
miral powey's criticism of European
A bill is bt-fore the Canaditfn
Parliament to increase the tax on
Chinese to $200.
It is rumored, that the Sugar Trust
will absorb tho plant of the Alameda
Ice gorge? in the Platte river anO
its tributaries have caused floods ii
Severe storms have beer, raging
long the Atlantic Coast, and mau
shermen uro missing.
The Union Iron Works have grant
d a ten per cent raise in wages, ana
promise a 9-fyour day.
Fifty. nine indictments against bo-
'us investment concerns have, been
lilca in St. Louis, Missouri.
All hope for a reciprocity treat
oetween Jamaica and the United
States has been abandoned.
Governor Taft of tho Philippines
is reported, as quite ill, and thero is
a probability that he will resign.
Porllrio Diaz has been reelected
president of Mexico, amid the great
est enthusiasm among the masses.
General Miguel, tho most impor-
unt Filipino leader was killed in a
liiiht with the constabulary, Mar. 27-.
The Cuban Congress have ratified
ihe treaty as pussed by the U. S.
enate, vrittiout a single amendment.
Tho levees along the Mississippi
near Now Orleans have broken anu
immense damage is being done to tin
Ex-Senator Corbett for manj
yeurs a prominent politician andbus-
ness man of Oregon has recently
An agreement has been reacheci
by which 10,000 soft coal miners oi
the middle west are to receive an in
crease of pay.
The Empress of Germany wut
thrown from her horse, March 27,
ecciving a fractured arm and othei
The presidents of Guatamala. anu
Salvador have agreed to a conference,
to settle the differences between the
Ratifications of the Cuban Reci
procity treaty were exchanged b,
cable between Washington and Hav
ana, .Marcb 31.
Attorney General Barlan of Portu
Rico has tendered his resignation U
President Roosevelt. He was appoint
ed by McKinley.
King Edward is to pay a visit of
state to the King of Portugal, and
will visit President Loubet of France
before his return.
Army ordnance officers are work
ing on a new six inch gun, which is
intented to b tho most powerful
weapon of its kind.
The Salt Lako gi and jury are in
vestigating tho chargo that a prom
inent judicial officer has contracted
a polygamous marriage.
The Colombian revolutionists have
assumed serious activity, and have
captured a number of Government
steamer on Lake Nicaragua.
Only six blocks of tho city of
Greenville, Miss., remain above wate
and the damage dono throughout the
city by the floods is tremendous.
Conflicts between Turkish troops
and Macedonian insurgents are of
daily occurrence, and the latter have
lost'severely in killed and wounded.
Tho remains of General Hector
Macdonald who committed suicide,
en route from Ceyton to England,
have arrived at his home in Scotland.
Collector of Port Crum has as
sumed his office at Charleston, and
there is a prospect of legal proceed
ings to prevent his retaining tho office.
Boots & Shoes'
'We pay all charge sj
to any point on
TELEPHONE No. 55.
TO LOVERS OF
f LITTLE JACK LONG CUT
TOBACCO is now specially pvc-
pared for tho Hawaiian Islandsa
and is tho very best brand on the i
ONE OUNCE PACKAGES
k5 cents or (1 packages for 25 cents;
LARGE SIZE PACKAGES
10 cents each or 4 packages for
m. S. GRINBAUM & GO.
Solo Agents for tho Hawaiian
Sunmyside.'Paia. : ; Maui
A. DO REGO, iYaiger
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