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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY APRIL 18, i903.
'CROOK & CROOK
Attorneys at Law
ATTORNEY & CoUNSELLOlt
Attorney at Lav
f. And Notary Public V,
LAHAINA, . . MAU5.
'ANTONIO ,F. TAVARES ;
Attorney at Law f.
i. 1 and Notary Public. f
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
J. M. KANEKtfA
Attorney and Counsellor
''Oaico: Occidental Hotol, corner of King and
HONOLULU, '. T- H
P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA
Attorney at Law
, Notary Public.
PANIELi H.' CASE
Attorney at Law
Rooms 503-5W, Stangenwald U'k'g, Honolcia
A. N. HAYSEtiDEN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
. NOTARY PUBLIC
General Business & Collection Agent
WILLIAM PETERS, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
Dr. JOHN "WEDDICK,
9 to 10 a. sr., '
2 to 4 p. 3i.,
. 7 to 8 v. jr.
Hospital 10 a. m.
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR
Physician & Surgeon!
Puunene- - Maui
W. P. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon!
PAIA. '. ' . MAUI
The "UP-TO-DATE" Barber Shop
Main Street, Walluku,
I A preventive for Dandruff, TetterItching Scalp; also prevents
la Hair from Turning Gray Prematurely; only 35 cents a Bottle.
13 UiiECTloNm-Pour a Email amount upon tho head; ru,b Urlslfly, nud It will
. lifodttco a perlect white 'foam. Rinse Ihorouijhly. with clear wter, ana.dry
H , ' a coarse towel, Should be used once a week. ..
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Office, Main and Market
WAILUKU. . . MAUI
.JLO. S AIKEN, D: D. S.
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LAHAINA, - .
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Notary Public j I
P. E. LAMAR
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Civil & Mining Engineer
.... Send 75c $1.00 $1.25
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
and confections, sent post or freight
free to any part of tho Islands. j
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Hauling of all Kinds at rcasofi
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Office at Kabului fc Wa .uku
Storage at Kahului if desired. !
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one veiefdie pjtempemte
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HONUliULU, H. T.
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Best 5 cents CidV in the Islands
Silver King obacco
CMss Cut To&a&o
Cameo & Drum Cigarettes
guaranteed at lowest prices
to the yirade
Recommended by the Manager of Maui Hotel as being equal to Kona
Coffee in Taste. and. A'rorria.
Two Years Old, Sold by the Bag,' or less Quantities,
Fresh CropiSold .by the Ton or Less Quantities.
Give Our Maui Coffeo-aiFair Chance hi tbe'Loc'al Market.
For prices and,particulars,'iapply
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A. A. W ATKINS,
OH AS. R. BISHOP,
(Lato ot Honolulu)
5. PRENTlgS SMITH,
For further parlhulars call or address H.
..waiiau Department, Judd Building,
L,AHIIN b l ABLES lahaina
Macks, Carriages, iBuggiesr and Saddle Horses
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mail .Stage. Leaves ft2&.:j Daily
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You can buy, PHOENIX SAY
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Directors and Managers are
'experienced Bankers and
Profit is paid? From 9 to
12 JI-2 Per cent, according to
Time and Class.
.;CLARENC: GRANGE, .
Sec. and Mau. Dir.
'WALTER K. SMITH,
' 'GAVIN McNAB,
M. COKE, Special Agent,' VValhee, Maul.
: . -I-Gen.-Aqent.
Fort Street Entrance, Honolulu, II. T,
An epidemic of small pox is raging
in the Philippines.
There has been an advance of five
cents in the price of refined sugar.
One thousand miners are out on a
strike on the mother lode, in Cali
fornia. The threat to pi4t the Netherlands
under martial law has had the effect
of ending the great strike in Holland.
Over 1500 met,, mostly Chinese
coolies, were killed in a powder fac
tory explosion at Hongkong, April
The Venezuelan rebellion is still
very much alive, one of Castro's
armiei having recently beon 'defeat
ed. On April 10, Capt. Pershing's
forces captured Bacolod, killing 100
Moros, with a loss of three Ameri
cans. Moorish rebels exploded a mine
under the fortress of Brajama, kill
ing fifty men, and then captured tho
Two incendiary att.ejnpts have been
made to destroy the cup defender
Reliance, now building at Hgr'reshoff 's
An amicable ajustment of the
strike at Rome has been effected,
and tho strikers have returned to
Archbishop Montgomery of San
Francisco has declineu to accept the
Archbishopric of Manila recently of
fered him by tho Pope.
The Spanish cruiser Reina Chris
tina sunk by Dewey in Manila Bay
lias been,.'ralsed. Eighty' skeletons
were foundin.her hold.. - .i -
A Musselmau village was attacked
Apr. 15, and 105 men, women and
children were slaughtered, manv
women being tortuied.
! The Alameda Sugar refinery has
passed into tho hands of the trust
and Andrew Welch will succeed Mars-
ton on the directorate.
Shamrock III, the new Lipton
challenger was defeated over a 32
mile course at Weymouth, England
on Saturday by Shamrock I.
American naval forces on the Chi
na station prevented the success 'of
a well organized plot to massacre the
foreigners at Quong- Fung.
The town of Altamont, Kansas,
was practically wiped out by a
cyclone, April 1), with heavy loss of
life and destruction of property-
:V twelve-inch shell exploded 'on
boara tho U. S. battle-ship Iowa,
at Pensacola, Florida, Apr. U killing
threo mon and severely wounding live.
The Turks have renewed their
murderous attacks -on Christians,
fifty of whom were assassinated at
Prilep uuder the most revolting cir
The rebellion in Colombia, caustu
uy the signing of the, Panama Canal
treaty, has been suppressed by the
recupture of the toWli of San 'Carlo's
by Government troops!
Thousands of acres of Louisiana's'
best sugar lands in tho vicinity oi
Lake Ponchar,train are threatened
with destruction by the floods which
prevail in that section.
Yung Lu,nhe premier, and prttc
tically. tho ruler of the .Chinese Em
pire during tho past few years has
just died, and Prince Clung has been
appointed tQ;succeed him.
tho uotmnican rebels nave cap
tured- and still hold San Domin'co,
and foreign war ships hay? landed.
marines to protict the Consulates
and the property of foreigners.
Arias, who was named as successor
to Sierra as president of Sn Sal
vndor, has surre.nde.red to President
elect Bonilla, who is now practically
in full control of tho Government
Russia explains her delay in evac
uating Manchuria by the statement
that she wishes to organize an inter
national commission to preyrnt the
spread of buboulc plague,.'' i.icU pru
dents Furnishing Goods
. etc., etc.'
' We pay all charges?
to any point on
TELEPHONE No. 55.
TO LOVERS OF
' VERY CHOICE .
LITTLE JACK- LONG CUT.I
TOBACCO is now specially pro-s
pared for the. Hawaiian Islands!
and is tho very best brand on the
ONE OUNCE PACKAGES
la cents or 0 packages for 25 cents
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lfl cents each or 4 packages for t
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