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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T SATURDAY AUGUST 8, t903
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Wailuku. ' Maui.
ATTOnNKTS AT LAW
C. W. ASHFORJO
atxobney & counsellor
Attobney at Law
And Notaby Public
ANTONIO F. TAV
Attobney at Law
and Notary Public.
P. N. K AHOKUOL UNA
Attorney at Law
DANIEL H. CASE
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Attorney at Law
A. N. HAYSELDEN
' NOTARY PUBLIC
General Business & Collection Agent
LAHAINA, . - -TSseleptione
EDWARD ABMITAGE, M. D.
Physician. fc Sdeqeon
. Specialist in Diseases of the
:.' ''.Eye, 'Ear, Noseantt 'inroai,
Dr. JOHN WEDDICK,
9 fo 10 A. M.,.
2 to 4 p. M.,
7 to 8 p. m.
HospiirAti 10 a. M.
DR. RdB'T DINEGAR
PhYfllOIAM & SURQEONl
W. F. ftaCONKEY, M. D.
PuVsician & Surgeon
P ATA. . . MAUI
Be$ Mutton, Porkf
SauWae, Fresh &
W RUSSELL BOOTF-, D. D S.
Office, Main and Mabkct
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.J
Sunntside, Paia, : : Map'
GEO. H. DUNN
P. E. LAMAR
Civil & Mining Engineer
. . .t . 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 i5r Co., Ltd.
Honolulu H T.
KAHULUI & WAILUKU
0. T. GREEN, t Prop,
Hauling of all Kinds -at 'reason'
able rates .
Office at Kahului & Wa .uku
Storage at Kahului if desired.
Kahikinui Beef a Specialty.
and veletrtte temtWt
nun ironicar countries ron
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fx iytor round.
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;fj;;siDE lights. ',
Photograph Gallery 1
Opposite Aloha Saloon
SJiIabket Street, WailukuIS
2 New-Up-to-Date High Classes
fcWork. Kodak Pictures De-3
g: veloped and Printed.
W. H. CORNWELL, Jr., Prop.
Turkeys & Chickens
Smoked, a Specialty
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If there is one thing; better than
another it's a good' smokerif
there is one smofcl &tter than
another it is rfi-jta ..
H. HACKFELD & GO., Ltd.
SPECIAL RACE MEETING
Maui Racing Association
At Spreckels' Park, Kahului,
"Races to commence at 10 o'clock
1. WAILUKU PURSE. $100.
Pony Race. 14.2 or under, half
mile dash, catch weights.
PUUNENE PURSE, 1200.
Trotting and Pacing to Harness.
Mile heats, best two in thret; 2:30
3.-WAIKAPU PURSE, $150.
Running Race.' Three-fourth mile
dash,- free for all.
4. LAHAINA PURSE, $150.
Running Race. One mile dash, for
S-JAPANESE'TRACE. Purse, $50.
Running Race. One-half mile dash.
Japanese owners and riders; 1st
money $40;'t2nd money $10. Yoko
ham a barred. .
6. KAHULUI PURSE, $100. .
Runuing Race. Half mile dish for
Hawaiian bred. '
7. MAUI MERCHANTS' PURSE,
$150. . i
Running, Race. Half mile and re
peat, free, for all.
8. BISMARK STABLES. PURSE,
Trotting and'Pacing to Harness.
Mile heats, best three in five; free
for all. v '
9. TEIKOKU PURSE, $100. .
Japanese Running Race. One mile
dash, free for all, Japanese owners
ana riders, its money $7o; 2nd
IAO STABLES wailuku
LAHAINA STABLES lahaina
Hacks, Carriages, iBuglee and Saddle Horses
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
at an nours. meet an
Mair Stagq ;Leves
A. M. 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
All riders and drivers to appear
At least three to enter and two to
Entries close 12 m., Aug. 7th,
1003. All horses are expected to start
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clock a. m,
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 received by the
Per Order of Executive Committee,
:" ' ' D. L. Meyer,
Secretary Maui Racing Association
(Lahainp 8 a. in.) naii
Turkish exesses in Macedonia are
disquieting the embassies.
There arc 100,000 Russian troops
at Port Arthur, and 14,000 more en
The House of Lords passed the
second reading of the Irish Land bill
Yosemito Valley is menaced by
forest fires which are raging in the
The Great Central Railway dock
at London has been burned with the
loss of half a million dollars.
There is a serious shortage of
sheep in New Zealand, owing to snow
storms and over cxportations.
The Folsom convicts aro still at
largo, despite the constant search of
a large body of men in pursuit.
F. Bechtel of Washington will sail
for Honolulu on the Siberia, to take
control of immigration matters.
Lord Curzon has announced that
he will accede to the request of the
King to continue as Viceroy of India.
Fourteen hundred Chinese recently
arrived at Guaymas on a tramp
steamer, to displace Mexican miners.
W. E. Corey has been elected pres
ident of;.tbe Unitod States Steel cor-
porauon; tosucceeu unaries benwab.
Russia 'has asked permission for
warships of the Black Sea fleet to
pass the Dardanelles in.rqut tothe
Kansas is again suffering - from
heavy floods and extensive damage
is reported from towns along the
The King.of Portugal visited the
American squadron-at - Lisbon, last
bunday, and was received with royal
Cardinal Guiseppe Sarto, Patri
arch of Venice, has been elected
Pope, aud has taken the title of
Emperor William's American built
yacht Meteor won .the King's Cup
race sailed off the Isle of Wight,
Advices have been received at
Victoria that Filipino insurgents are
again organizing, and being supplied
with arms by smugglers.
A terrible railway collison is re
ported from Silesia in which thirty
passengers were killed outright and
(if ty-two seriouslv injured.
Two thousand women wrapper
makers in New York went out on
strike, and the police were called out
to repel riotous disturbances.
Despite the energetic protests of
Russia, Korea, at the request of
Japan and Great Britain, has opened
the port of WI-ju to foreign trade.
A severe earthquake lasting forty
five seconds shook the whole Pacific
Coast, last Monday evening, doing
an enormous amount of minor dam
Tho House of Commons has passed
the sugar convention bill to second
reading. Joseph Chamberlain ad
vocated the voluntary abandonment
Three Catholic missionaries have
been murdered by the Chinese insur
gents at Shansi, and the remaining
missionaries in the province have dc
parted under military escort.
A general strike of workmen on
all the railroads centering at Kieff,
Russia, has threatened a general
tie-up, and the muhtary is keeping
strict guard to prevent disturbances,
During an electric storm in the
Gulf of Mexico, off Mobile, Alabama
a yacht was struck by lightning and
three on board killed, one being for
mer President Scott of the Imperial
University of Japan.
The Dowager Empress of Chin
has renewed repressive measures
against the reform party. Forty
liberal Chinese have been recommen
ded for punishment, and native ed
itors of Shanghai have been threat
T. AWANA A. J. TAITE
, Japanese Goods
and Salt Bf anPock!
stantly on handT
BUcksmithing, Gcn'l Jobbing
Repair and new work at righ
Charcoal In Quantities to Suit
Produce of Air Kinds
Delivered in Wholesale Lots
Goods Delivered at Olinda
Kula and all points on the Ka
TELEPHONE No. 88. "
Olson & Rose
All lines of iron work and blapk
imithing . done by experienced
Scientific Horsesloelag a Specialty
Carriace and Wagon Repairing
and Building Given Special At-
Wood Works and Materials con
stantly on Hand. .
Carriage Trimming and Painting
Neatly Executed N
GIVE US A TRIAL
Main St., 1 - ;- ' "Wailuku,
Adjoining Love joy & Co.
A. DO REGO, Manager
neea with torture.
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