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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T SATURDAY AUGUS
T J, i903 NUMBER 23 M
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" W. F. CROCKETT
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
LJ3RODK & CROOK
C. W. ASHFORD j LAH AINA,
ATIOKNEV &, COUNSELLOR '. : ; 1
GEO. H. DUNN
! at Law , .
HONOLULU, : HAWAII. " Notaby Public
JOHN RICHARDSON -, .-: -
Attorney at Lav P. E LAMAR
And Notaiiy .Public .Civ!' & Mining Engineer
LAHAINA, . . MAUI ' ad '
ANTONIO F. TAVARES ; WAILUKU
Attorney at Law Cci ndV g
and Notary Public. Send
MAKAWAO, .' . MAUI or $1,59 for a nice box of Chocolates
, ' .. and confections, sont post or freight
P. N. KAHOKUOLQNA
Attorney at Law j
r. Notary Public
' LAHATNA " MAUT
- . Attorney t Law
A. N. HAYSELDEN
, ATTORNEY AT LAW
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General Business & Collection Agent
To lop It one
EDWARD AB.MITAGE, M. D.
Physician & Sukoeon
Specialist in Discasos of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Dk. JOHN WED'DICK,
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0 to 10 a. m.,
2 to 4 p. m.,
7 to 8 p. sr.-
Hospital 10 a. ji.
DR. ROB'T 'DINEGAR
Physician & Surgeon
W.-F. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
PAIA, . . MAUI
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Office at Kahului & Wa .uku
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Opposite Aloha Saloon z
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another it is
SPECIAL RACE MEETING
Maui Racing Association
At Spreckels' Park, Kahului,
Wednesday AUG. 12, 1903
SRaces to commence at 10 o'clock
1. WAILUKU PURSE. $100.
Pony Raca. 1-J.2 or under, half
mile dash, catch weights,
2. PUUNENE PURSE, $200.
Trotting and Pacing to Harnoss.
iMile heats, best two in three; 2:30
3. WAIKAPU PURSE, $150.
Running Race. Three-fourth mile)
dash, free for all.
. LAHAINA PURSE, $100. '
Running Raco. One mile dash, for
5-JAPANESE RACE. Purse, $50.
Running Race. One-half mile dash.
Japanese owners and riders; 1st
money $40; 2nd money $10. Yoko
. KAHULUI PURSE, $100.
Runuing Race. Half mile dash for
7. M'AUr 'MERCHANTS' PURSE,
$150. '' '
Running Race. Half mile and re
peat, free for all.
8. BISMARK STABLES PURSE,
Trotting and Pacing to Harness.
Mile heats, best three in fivjo; free
J. TEIKOKU PURSE, $100.
Japaneso Running Race. One mile
dash, free for all, Japaneso owners
ana riders, its money 75; 2nd
IA.O STABLES wailuicu
LAHAINA STABLES lahaina
Hacks, Carriages, IBiijgies and Saddle Horses
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mail Stage Leaves KtaiV.'.S: Daily
A. DO REGO,
, 000. H
A. sr. sharp.
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
At least three to enter and two to
Entries close 12 si., Aug. 7th,
1903. All horses are expected to start
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clock a. si.
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
privilego will be received by the
,Per Order of Executive Committee.
D. L. Meyer,
Secrotary Maui Racing Association.
TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS MAI7A 117 A n
The Colombian Senato has referred
canal treaty to a f pecial committee.
Hooley & Co., a New York firm of
stock brokers have failed for $3,000,
000. Tho treaty for tho acquisition "of
the Danish West India islands expir
ed July 25.
50,00(1 coal miners have had their
pay substantially increased at Pitts
Herman Eppinger has been indict
ed in San Francisco for alleged fraud
n grain deals.
Russian has prohibited the exnort-"
ation of wheat from Siberia and Man
churia to Japan.
On July 25. fire caused a loss of
half a million dollars to the plant of
tho Omaha Packing Co.
Further trials hayo been discon
tinued, and the Relianco chosen to
defend the America cup.
Major General John C. Bates will
relieve Maior General Geo. W. Davis
iu uummanu oi me i'ninppines.
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tS. serious earthauake shock was
Vtti i "Tl'Ki...l t..,.. o.
vamuiuia uu me murium; ul ju y
'Ajielegram dated Ti.mtsin July 2G,
loads ot, Russian
artillery, ar,hurrvinir towards Port
All trac6o(tieascftpQd convicts
from Folsom hascnMosand they.
mountains. t5 v
Tho U. S. L'overnmeritihlifcrd
ed a cqntracted at Shohg'taiii
10,000 immunized water buffal
use in the Philippines,
Th conclave for the cloctii
lieo's successor will, probably b
Aug. 1, and tha chances of Gotti and
Oreglia are improving.
The Ring of tho Fisherman and im
portant state papers are missing,
but may possibly bo concealed among
the late Pope Leo's effects.
An organized rebellion has broken
out in tho Santiago Province, Cuba,
but the government feols confident
of being able to suppress it'.
Father Libert was cousecrated
Bishop Zeugma July 25, at San Fran
cisco with impressive ceremonies,
and will return to Honolulu in an
It is reported that Russia has made
important concessions to Japan, the
United States and Great Britain, as
a result of which thertf will bo no
war this .winter.
Race war broke out at Danville,
Illinois July 20, caused by tho lynch
ing of a negro. Four companies of
militia were called out and tho mob
Director Hartwig declares
the talk of war preparations in
sia has been instigated by the
lish and defies the Powers to
Hartwig, director of tho Foreign
Office denies the cable report that
Russia is mobilizing all her troops
and sending artillery to the Far East
for an emorgency.
A rebellion has broken out on thi
Tsthmus of Panama, led by General
Cobos, against Colombian authority,
whici will have a far reaching effect
on the outcome of tho Panama Canal
Plottors in Servia and Bulgaria are
makinc an effort to form a union
between Sorvia and Bulgaria by de
posing Ferdinand of Bulgaria aud
setting up Peter of Servia as ruler
of both countries.
On July 27, tho inmates of Folsom
Prison captured Warden Wilkinson,
his grandson, tho captain of the
guard and savon others at tho nd of
hard fight with the warden and
guards. After gett'mg outside tha
prison tho Wilkinsons aud tho cap
tain of the guard were released. 14
coNivicts escaped. They are well arm
ed,jnd will probably fight to tho
death, rather than surrender.
T. AWANA A. J. TAITJB 1
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smithing dono by experienced
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