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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY NOVEMBER 21, i903
'.JOHN RICHARDSON V
ATTORNEY AT LAV
And Notary Punuo
'LAHAINA, . MAUI
attorney at law
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' . ;'' FOREIGN NEW8.
. PARIS, Noy. 17; NeKotintions betwcen Russia and Japan have
again been resumed. There is general confidence that the matters
at issue at issue' will be decided satisfactorily to both governments
and established by a treaty. '
OAKLAND, Cal., Nov." 17. Mrs. Alexander Young, wife of
tho. Honolulu millionaire who'has been ill for some time, suffered
a relapse today and fears are entertained that ahe may not recover.
WASHINGTON,. Noy, 17. The-bill providing a revenue cutter
fot Hawaii was again introduced in Congress today. The bill was
before the last Congress but failed to seciu-e action.
BOGOTA, Novi 16. A commission composed of General Royes,
Hojguin and Ospina has been delegated- to go to Panama and
endeavor to arrange a reconciliation with the revolutionary leaders.
Tho commission has alrdady started on its journey.
. HILO, Nov. 14, The Kona and Kau district experienced an
earthquake on Thursday which was followed by a marked increase
in the activity of the Manna Loa volcano.
Tho light on' the clouds and the smoke from Mokuaweoweo
makes the most striking display yet seen from Hilo and the Volcano
House since the first outbreak.
Ice Cold Beer
Always On Tap
Choice Wino for Bar and Table Use
Cold Drinks and All Varieties of
Aerated and Mineral Waters
A. K. STENDER Proprietor
IAO STABLES wailuku
LAHAINA STABLES lmhaina
Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mail Stage Leaves
A. OO RECO,
of tl o Aul.ci!S?J -Bri ch brevs is
"Kinp pf Bottled Beers."
83,700, R00 bottles sold in 1002.
& Co09 Ltd..
Market Street, Wai!uku
, Dealer in
Hardware, Furniture, Etc.
Especial' attention given to
resilvering. regilding and re
framing old mirrors and
Mirrors of all sizes
made to order
jLahaine 8 a. m.) n u
(Wailuku 12 a. m. J vdAyf
The wages nf cotton operatives at
Fall River, Mass., have been cut ten
Martial law has bean declared at
Barranquilla. the principal sea-pot t
The United States government !
negotiating with Korea to open tin
port of Wi jtt.
It, is reported that the Japanese
have been secretly .organizing an
A t the Intercollegiatp football game
last Saturday, the score stood Berk-
o'cv (, Stanford C.
Rowrnor Taft expects 1o settle
the friar lands question in the Philip
pines for t8.000.000.
It has been 'officially annouced that
King Leopold will visit the United
Stated, next Spring.
In fighting near Tirnova between
Bulgarians, Macedonians an Turks,
twenty-two were killed.
Previously unknown sayings of
Jesus addressed to St. Thomas, have
been discoved in Egypt.
Genoral Kitchener was thrown
from hit horse on Monday last, and
suflered a fractured leg.
The Japanese are bitter against
England, believing that power to be
unfaithful to tho Alliance.
Er-President Jiminez, leader of
the revolutionary forces, is prepar
ing to attack San JDomingo.
Refugf ea arriving at Tangiers re
port many outrages committed by
the Sultan's troops in Morocco.
The Colorada striking miners have
returned to worlc on being granted
their demand for an eight-hour day.
There is a strike of tho City Rail
way employees, and traffic is tied up,
but no violence has occurred so far.
Senator Mark Hanna is slated for
tho chairmanship of the Canal Com
mittee, in place of Senator Morgan.
The essential features of the new
Panama Canal treaty have been
agreed upon, and the treaty has bee"
A train containing Hawainm cast
bound mail was wrecked in California,
and much mail destroyed or injured
The House of Representatives were
bv prior agreement to vote on the
Cuban Reciprocity 13i I on Thursday
of this week.
The Corean Foreign Minister has
granted the joint request of Japen
and Great Britain for tho opening of
Russian troops have been dis
patched from Moscow to tho Ea.st.
This movement is said to'bedtrected
The President has transmitted to
Congress the correspondence the
State Department has had in relation
to the Panama matter.
The Marquis Carlo do Rudini' has
been married , to Dora Labouchere,
the daughter of, Henry Labouchere,
tho famous editor of London Truth.
Chinese troops have been guarding
the passes of Manchuria, and nine
automobiles have been procured to
expedite the flight of the Empress
Senator Teller has served notice
that he will question tho military re
cord of Brigadier General Wood, who
has been recently nomniated for
Boris Sarafoff, leader of tho Ma
cedonian revolutions who was recent
ly reported killed, has returned to
Sofia where he was received as a na
Tho United States Grand Jury has
returned a true bill against Senator
Dietrich for accepting a bribo or
51500 for recommending a postmaster
Local Russian newspapers at
Odessa say that Russia occupied
Mukden as an unequivocal reply to
the United States naval demonstrat
ion iu Far-Eastern watara. x
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Repair and new work at rigl -'
Prices. . Shoeing,
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Delivered in Wholesale Lofs.-I
Goods Delivered at Olinda.
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emltnlng done by experiences
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Wood Works and Materials coiv,
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