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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY MAY 30, i903
CROOK & CROOK
Attorneys at Law
WAILUKU . MAUI
C. W. ASHFORD
Attorney & Counsellor
Attorney at Law
And Notary Public
LAHAINA, . . MAUI
ANTONIO F. TAVARES
Attorney at LaSv
and Notary Public.
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellor
.Omoo: Occidental Hotel, corner of King and
P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA
Attorney at Law
DANIEL H. CASE
A. N. HAYSELDEN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
NOTARY PUBLIC .
General Business & Collection Agent
WILLIAM PETERS. M, D.
Physician & Surgeon
9 to 10 a. jr.,
2 to 4 p. ai.,
7 to 8 r. 3i.
HopriTAL 10 A. 31.
i)R. ROB'T DINEGAR "
Physician & Surceoni
W.- F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon!
PAIA, . . MAUI
The "UP-TO-DATE" Barber Shop;
1 PINKNEY BROWN
a Main Streot, Wailuku,
A preventive for Dandruff, Tetter, Itching Scalp; also prevents .
Hair from Timing Gray Prematurely; only 35 cents a Bottle. g
DiiiBCTioNs: rour a small amount upon the head; rub briskly, aua it will
produce a rertect white foam. RInso thoroughly with oloar water, and dry
with a coarse toyel. Should be used
V .RUSSELL BOOTE. D. D S.
OHlco, Main and Market
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office Hours, 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
Sunnyside, Paia, : : Mai-
HENRY DICKENSON. -
GEO. H. DUNN
Civil & Mining Engineer
.... Send 75c $1.00 $1
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolm
and confections, spnt post or freii
free to any part of the Islunds.
Mart & COoj Ltd
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KAHULUI & WAILUKI
C. T. GREEN, Pit.
Hauling of all Kinds at reasf
Office at Kahului & Wa .uku
Storage at Kahului if desired.
WAILUKU ' MAI
Kahikinui Beef a Specialty.
Almost tvery Axwn fruit
snd vegetable ctempemm
end troDi'cdl Countries an
'be successfully gremn tAejL
TWtlVE INTERE&TINO NUMBCRJ FOR
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H Photograph Gallery
Opposite Aloha Saloon 3
Market Street, WailukuZ
g New-Un-to-Dato High Class
si: Work. Kodak Pictures De-
'Z vdoprd and Printed.
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Op). Jskwb Office
Prepared by Pjnknky Bkowx f
once n weeic.
Maui Racing Association
At Spreckels' Park, Kahului,
Saturday, JULY 4, 1903"
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86yRaces to commence at 10 o'clock
First: PONY RACE.
14 hands or under, half mile dash,
catch weights, $50 and $25; purse
Second: TROTTING AND PACING
Mile heats, best two in three, for
Maui horses; purse $200.
Third: RUNNING RACE.
Three-fourth mile dash, frco for
11; purse $100.
urth: JAPANESE RACE.
Half mile dash, frpe for all, Japan
ese riders only, $40 and $10; purse
fth: TROTTING AND PACING
Mile heats, best two in three, free
for all $250, with $50 added if win
ner beats 2:25; put-so '$300.
ixth: RUNNING RACE.
One mile dash, free for all; purse
cventh:--COVBOY RELAY RACE
Ono and "one-half mile dash, horses,
saddles and bridles "to be changed
every half milo, $75 to first, $25 to
second; purse $100.
;igh th : TROTTING AND PACING
Mile heats, best two in three, 2:30
class; purse $250.
II. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
HONULULU, H. T.
MOBT & CHAN DON'S
WHITE SEAL CHAMPAGNE
I. de Turk's Calif. Wines
Hacks,' Carriages, IBuggios and Saddle Horses
it all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Hail Stage Leaves
A. DO REGO,
A. M. sharp.
Ninth: RUNNING RACE.
Half milo and repeat, Hawaiian
bred; purse $100.
Tenth: JAPANESE RACE.
One mile dash.froe for all, Japan
ese riders only, $50 and $25; purse
Entrance fees, 10 per cent of
All races to be run or trotted un
der the rules of the California Jockey
Club and the National Trotting Asso
ciation. All riders and drivers to appear
All races except Relay Race three
to enter and two to start.
Entries close 12 m., Juno 29th,
1903. All horses are expected to start
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clock a. ji.
on the day previous to the race.
General admission, 50 cents.
Grand-stand, mauka side, $1.00,
makai side, 50 cents.
Quarter Stretch badges, $2.50.
Bids for the Refreshment Stand
privilege will be receivod by the
Per Order of Executive Committee.
D. L. Meyer,
Secretary Maui Racing Association.
(Lahaine 8 a. m.)
. Wailuku 12 a. m. vdliy
Mark Twain is seriously ill at his
home in New. York.
Korea insists vigorously that Rus
sia shall recross tho Yalu river.
It is reported that 20,000 families
at Kishiness, Russia, are destitute.
Assistant Post Office Attorney Mil-
ler.has been arrested.pn a charge.. of
An appeal has been made to the
Emperor of Austria to prevent riot
ing in Croatia.
A fifty-cenl r.on-fluctuating' dollar
has been assured in Mexico by re?
A lire at St. Hvacinthe, Canada,
destroyed 250 houses and $200,000
worth of property.
In viefr of tho attitude of Russia,
it is probable that our Asiatic squad
ron will be strengthened.
The Koren Government has or
dered the arrest of Koreans soiling
lands to Chinese or Russians.
President Harriman of the South
ern Pacific successfully underwent
an operation for appendicitis.
One hundred thousand textile
workers in the mills of Philadelphia
threaten to go out on a strike.
Loeb, tho President's Secretary
practically announces that Roosevelt
is candidate for a second term.
Immense damage has been done
in Kansas and tho north western
states by cyclones and cold storms.
Tho quartcrmastor ot the Coptic
and fevnral passengers were arrest
ed at San Francisco, Cal., for smug
The new cup defender Reliance
defeated her predecessor, the Colum
bia by 13 minutes at New York,
Over 100,000 disorderly Chinese
are congregation on the borders of
Manchuria, and an outbreak is im
Turkey and Bulgaria have begun
negotiations to briug about a'tpacidc
understanding on the Macedonian
The late Irving' M. Scott of San
Francisco left an estate of $3,000,000,
tho bulk of which was left to members
of his family.
Paul Blouet, "the famous French
journalist, better known to Ameri
can readers under his pen name of
"Max O'Rell," is dead.
Chinese rebels are reported to
have captured Llnau-fu, and the
Viceroy has been ordered to sup
press the insurrection.
The Ottoman Government is anti
cipating a Servian invasion, and
preparations are being made for a
movoment against Bulgaria.
The United States Agricultural
and Treasury Department are co-
opeiat!ng in an anti-adulteration
war directed against Europe.
A growing spirit of unrest is
manifesting itself in Russia, and it is
feared that attempts to suppress it
will lead to a general revolution.
The land end of tho cable has been
laid at Malate, Manila, and operators
are in touch with the cable ship
Colonia, which has started laying ca
ble to Guam.
Russia has recently dispatched
thousands of workmen into the Ko
rean territory, where concessions
have been granted to Russians in
tho timber belt.
The new cup defundet Reliance
easily defeated the Columbia and
Constitution in a test race, May 2G,
and will doubtless be selected to do
fend tho cup,
On May 24, Turkish troops at
taoktd the Salonican village of Ba
nitza, and killed all of its inhabitants,
men, women and children, 250 in
number, and left the village hvruins.
The bids of the Pacltto Mall and
the Boston Steamship Companies for
carrying Government freight to the
Philippines has been accepted, and
the Government transports will be
T AWANA A I TiiThd
a. auwianfl, i. A HH Ail
and Salt Beef and Pork Con
stantly on hand.
. i ,
Blacksmilhing, Gen'l Jobbing
Repair and new work at righ tj
Charcoal In Quantities to Suit
Produce of All Kinds
Delivered in Wholesale Lots
Goods Delivered at Olinda. J
Kula and all points on the Kajl
TELEPHONE No. 88.
TO LOVERS OF
VERY CHOICE i.
LITTLE JACK LONG CUT
TOBACCO is now specially pre-f
pared for tho Hawaiian Islands!
) and is the very best brand on thi
ONE OUNCE PACKAGES
v5 cents or G packages for 25 cents.
LARGE SIZE PACKAGES
10 cents each or 4 packages fori
ML S. GRINBAUM & CO
f Solo Agents for tho Hawaiian