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WAILUKU; MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY JUNE 13, i903
NUMBER 1 7
CROOK & CROOK
Attouneys ;at Law
C. W. ASHFORD
Attorney at Lat?
And Notary Public
LAHAINA, . MAIJ1
ANTONIO .P. TAVARES
Attorney at Law
and Notary Public.
J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and Counsellor
nm. nrr-idcntal Hotol, corner of King nd
P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA
Attorney at Law
' DANIEL Hv CASE -
1 Atto'RNEyIat Law
A. N. HAYSELDEN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
General Business '& Collection Agent
LAHAINA, j - MAUI.
WILLIAM PETER'S. M D.
Dr. JOHN WEDD'rOK
9 to 10 a. M.,
2 to 4 p. m.j
7 to 8 r. m.
Hospital 10 a. m.
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR
Physician & SurqeonI
W. F. McGONkEY, M. D.
Puysician'& Surgeon I
The "UP-TO-DATE" Barber Shop!
ii PTTMTfNRY RROWN
a Main Street, Wailuku,
g TONIC SHAMPOO
Hair from Turning Gray rremaiureiy; ou.j; ou ...
tni!dTioNS--four n small amount Vilson the heaai ruV brlnkly, aud It will
&SprfSWto.. nthdrougMyclcur water, anry
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VV RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D o.
Office, Main and Market
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.;
Offlco Hours, 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
Sunnyside, Paia, : : Mai"
GEO. H. DUNN
P. E. LAMAR
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.
Hart & Co., Ltd.
Honolulu H T.
KAHULUI & WAILUKU
C. T. GREEN, Pbop.
Hauling of all Kinds a reason
Office at Kahului & Ya .uku
Storage at Kahului if desired.
Kahilcinui Beef a Specialty.
'jMmoitt very. An2wEn
'land irnnicAl Countries W
gjbe successuiiy sr"n
TWELVE iNTtRE&TINO NUMBtRiTORJ
- A mn Post Paid. Yti.iS
& 1.00 Post Paid.
Cfiurcfi St. iZ",7Sf coies HAWAII.
fj Photograph Gallery
Opposite Aloha Saloon
Market Street, Wailuk
New-Un-to-Dato High Class
Work. Kodalc Pictures De-
iEvoloped and Printed.
Upp. A-b WiiJtv
frepareu oy rimx w
Tetter. Itching Scalp; also prevents
, or. nnniL o Hnt tin
SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING
Maui Racing Association
At Spreckels' Park, Kahului,
Saturday, JULY 4, 1903
JSTRaces to commence at 10 o'clock
First: PONY RACE.
14 hands or under, half mile dash,
catch weights, $50 and' $25; purse
Second: TROTTING ANI PACING
Mile heats, best two in three, for
Maui horses; purse $200.
Third: RUNNING RACE.
Three-fourth milo dash, free for
all; purse $100.
Fourth: JAPANESE RACE.
Half mile dash, freo for all, Japan
ese riders only, $40 and $10; purse
Fifth: TROTTING AND PACING
Mile heats, best two in three, free
for all $250, with $50 added if win
ner beats 2:25; purse $300.
(Cyclone and Waldo J. barred.)
Sixth: RUNNING RACE.
One mile dash, free for all; purse
Seventh:--CCM BOY RELAY RACE
One and one-half mile dash, horses,
saddles and bridles to be changed
every half milo, $75 to first, $25 to
second; purse $100. ,
Eigh th : TROTTING AND PACING
Mile heats, best two in three, 2:30
class; purse $250.
H. HACKFELD & CO,
HONULULU, H. T.
OET & CHAN-DON'S
WHITE SEAL CHAMPAGNE
1. de Turk's Calif. Wines
Hacks, Caniaes, iBuggies and Saddlo Horses squadron to proceed to Valparaiso
.. . n cn-.0., Tn:n.. on account of socialist troubles have
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Uitm JlCt& liWiyva
A. OO RECO,
A. m. sharp.
Half mile and recent, Hawaiian
bred; purse $100.
Tenth: JAPANESE RACE.
One mile dash.free 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 tho California Jockey
Club aud the National Trotting Asso
All riders and drivers to appear
All races except Relay Race three
to enter and two to start.
Entries close 12 jr., June 20th,
1903. All horses are expected to start
on the day previous to the race.
General admission, 50 cents.
Grand-stand, mauka side, $1.00,
makai side, 60 cents.
uunci on ecu uuUS,
Bids for the Refreshment Stand
privilege will be received by the
Per Order of Executive Committee.
D. L. Meyer,
Secretary Maui Racing Association.
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(WailUkU I!f a.m.) """J nama, where an outbreak is threat
Tho losses by forest fires through
out Maino will reach $4,000,000.
Material is awaiting shipment tor a
railroad from Council City to Nome.
It is reported that the Pope is ill,
and that his health is gradually fail
ing. Tho floods have rendered 8000 peo
ple homeless in. the vicinity of St.
The textile workers in Philadelphia
have won their strike and gone to
Father Harlin of St. Louis has been
named by tho Pope as Archbishop of
The president reached Washington,
on bis return trip .from the Coast,
The damage done to Kansas City
by the recent floods amounts to $15,
000,000. France has agreed to submit her
Venezuelan claims to the Hague
Tbe Turks continuo the slaughter
of all Bulgarians found in Macedonian
A hot wave has swept over Cali-
fomia, which broke the record in San
Dr. Sachs, the German bacteri-
ologist,died while experimenting with
.ma Board Qf HcftUh hflS
officially declared San Francisco free
of bubonie plague.
Th fi withdrawal of tho Eus
cinr.cfmmMnnrio ha honn nrntn.
;,i fm. s-nfpmipr
The Ohio republican convention
nominated Herrick for governor and
The Eppinger Company, grain
dealers, have failed, with liabilities
The Johannesburg mine owners are
negotiating for 100,000 Japanese to
work in tho Rand mines.
Russia is road building in Man J
churia, for which purpose thousands
of Chinese are employed. '
The baptist church of Byron, Min
nesota was enterely demolished by
an explosion of giant powder.
Tho famous Monto di Pieta, or
government pawnshop at Romo was
burned June 3, with a loss of $1,000,-
A hurricane prevailed throughout
tho Philippines Juno 5, destroying a
number of American merchant ves
Powerful influences will be required
to save the canal treaty Jrom defeat
at the bauds of the Colombian, con
The Russian authorities have is
sued a decree forbidding the Jews to
own real estate, except in certain
Crops havo failed in the Kwang-si
nrovince. China, and over a million
of men, womeu and ehildron are re
A fleet of American warships has
been ordered to Valparaiso where
serious condition exists, as a result
of Socialistic disturbances.
Tho Amorican Asiatic Squadron is
being reinforced, supposedly in con
sequence of serious.conditions arisin
out of tho Manchurian situation.
A negro teacher at Belleville, II
llnols.was burned at tho stako by an
infuriated mob, who accused him of
the murder of tho principal of tho
Two government buildings at Pe
king, centaining 4,000,000 taels have
been destroyed by tit c, but it is be
lieved that a good portion of the
treasure will bo saved.
I Orders for Admiral Sumner's
been revoked, and tho fleot will pro
bablr be sent to tlio Isthmus of
A. J. TAITE
and Salt Beef and Pork Con
stantly on hand.
Blacksmithing, Gen'l Jobbing
Repair .and new work at righ't
Charcoal in Quantities to Suit
Produce of All Kinds.
Delivered in WhoIesaleLots
Goods Delivered at Olinda,
ECula and all points on the Ka
TELEPHONE No. 88-
TO LOVERS" OF
LITTLE JACK LONG CU'f
TOBACCO is now specially pre
pared ior tno iiuwMian isianoK-,
land is tho very best brai?on tin
market todav. '
rMr? Aiivnp mnijrrc Vi
unci uuitoc raiiriMuco
5 cents or G packages for 25 ccutM
LARGE SIZE PACKAGES M
1 10 cents each or 4 packages I
W. S. GRINBAUM & CO!
Solo Agents for tho HawaliaSl