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' WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY DECEMBER 6, .'903
Attorney at Lav
And .Notary .Public "
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V. P. CRfOCKETT':
ATTORN KY AT, LAW
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ATTOnNEYS AT .DAW
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c. W. ASHFORD
Attorney & Counsellor
Wm. G. ROGERS, M. D:
; s ' Oculist amd Aurist
Office, 114G Alakea Street
. HONOLULU, ' HT.j
DANIEL H. CASE
Attorney at Law
WAILUKU, . MAUI.
M A. N. HAYSELDEN ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
General Business & Collection Agent
EDWARD ARMITAGE, M. D.
' Physician & Surgeon
Specialist in Diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
. !i to 10 a. m., 1
2 to 4 r. ji.,
7 to 8' r. m.
Hospital 10 a. si.'
t)R. ROB'T DINEGAR
Physician & Surgeon
W. P. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
Competent Guide to Iao Valley
Address and Reference Maul Hotel.
1 Beef, Mutton, Pork,
Sausage, Fresh &
Tel No. 382
A. 11. OLAUlC, D. D. S. P. P-lfrftKAlJ, D. D. S.
CLARK & PREAR'
Mclntyro mas., Fort VhA K
Hours.-8 A. to 4 r.'ji.
W RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D S.
Office, Main and Market
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
GEO. S AIKEN-, D. D. S.
Office Hours, 9 A. Bl. to 4. P. M.
Sunnysidf, Paia, : ': M'X'v'i'
GEO. H. DUNN
P. E. LAMAR
Civil & Mining Engineer
Send 75c $1.00 $1.25t
or $t.50.for a'jiice-.bdx'of CnocplateS
and confections, sent post or freight
free to any part of the Islands.
Hart & Co., Ltd.
Hnrmlu'v TI T
KAHULUI & WAILUKU
C. T. GREEN, Puor.
Hauling. of i all Kinds at reason
Office at Kabului & Wa .uku i
Storage at Kahului if desired.
m ant vegetable crempen)ft
n year found. A
ne successful entvn TAGj
TWtUVE JNTCRESTINO MUMBCRVFO
r. 7.00 Post Paid. 'vV1
Photograph v Gallery jg
Opposite Aloha Saloon
Market Street, WAilukuIS
jS tfuW-Up-to-Date High Classy
g-JWork. jyodak Pictures De-ijsj;
XZveloped and Printed.
W. H. CORNWBLL,Jp.9 Prop. 5
Turkeys & Chickens I
Smoked, a Specialty
Market St., Wailuku
' mi office iesi
Write to us for prices, and des'
cripticn of desks and ether
6ffice 'furniture. We can give
you; the finest goods at. the
lowest pr'ccs. I you' prefer
to see the goods before buying
come to olt salesrooms and
you will find a vc'iy superior
BOOKKEEPERS SINGLE & DOUBLE STANDING DESKS
sizes 5, 6, 8, 10 and 12 feet.
ROLL TOP DESKS all sizes
FLAT TOP DESKS all sizes
OFFICE CHAIRS, cane bottom and strongly made
If you want a good piatio-fdr 'little money, write us about'
our famous Seilcr Pia'nds and Hegcler & Ehlcr Pianos.
HONOLULU, T. H.
SPECIAL HOLIDAY RACES
-OF THE- .
Maui Racing Assciation
At Spreckels' Park, Kahului
m tefal program
R&" Races to commence at 2 o'clock
FIRST: Trotting and Pacing to
Harness. Purse $G5.
Mile heats; best 2 in 3, for named
horses. Denny Healy, Kit Carson,
SECOND: Trotting and Pacing to
Harness. Purse i-GO. 1903. All horses aro expected to
Mile heats; best 2 in 3, lfor 'named start unless withdrawn by 0 o'clock
Horses. Grandpa, Columbia Maid, A. M., on tho dav previous to the
Alex. Purse $G0. race.
THIRD: Running Riice. Purse 00, 'General admission, 50 cents. Granu-
One mile dash, for named horses, stand, mauka side, 50 cents.
Jennie E., Yokohama, Pua Ilima. Quarter Stretch badges, $2.50.
FOUTI-I: Running Race. Purse $50. By Order of Executive Committee.
Half mile heats, best 2 in 3, bar- D. L. MEYER,
ring Yokohama and Jennie E. Secretary Maui Racing Association.
your Brand 0f
Ice Cold Beer
Always On Tap
Choice Wine for Bar and Table Use1
Cold Driuks and All Varieties of
Aerated and Mineral Waters
A. K. STENDER Proprietor
IAO STABLES aluku;
LAHAINA STABLES lahaina
Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
at all hours. JVieet an oteamers arm 1 rains.
Ml Stage Leaves jwaHkui82a.m! Daily
FIFTH: Japanese Race. Purse $25.
Half mile dasb, free for all, Japan
ese owners and riders only.
SIXTH:-japanese Race. Purse $25.
" One mile dash, free for all, Japan
eso owners and owners. (Subject
SEVENTH: Cowboy. Refry. Race,
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vOne.aud one-half raiio'dhsh. horses.
- - - :ycinmil)flcs 't0 ,be3,,a,,8fl,
En ranee fees, 10 'nor 'cent of
All races to' be run or 'trotted un
der the rules of tlio'cJilfoniiu Jockey
Club and the National'Tro'tting Asso-
Entries close 12 M., December 28
Mai'Icot Street, Wailuku
Hardware, Furniture, Etc.
Especial attention given to
resilvoring. 'regilding and re
framingj old . mirrors - and
rrors 01 all sizes
made to order
v a. j vn u
M. Con'itpflso has been clicscn prc-
Mdflit nf tli Swifu caliton.
ifzi-tl t lieR public" of P.m. mm
Fredeiifk T!. Coudert, the well
Known Nmv Ynrk luwvcr is dead
San Doiniiimin rebellion ns'iiiiis
the Ro'ierltfUfz gnvei-nmont was sue
oanaua sinti xiew r'ountlland are
planning to unite in tho purchase of
Congress adjourned last Saturday,
till January 4, for tho usual Christmas
Tho buke of Norfolk is engaged to
maryiiis cousin, tho eldest daughter
of Lord Herries.
The now Williamsburg Brooklyn
bridge has been opened for traflic. It
Princess Charlotte, Kaiser Will
iam's sister, is reported to have fallen
a victim to cancer.
The Secretary of War has decided
to lake no action in the matter of
the MacArthur episode.
Admiral John G. Walker has re
turned from Colon to Washington, to:
confer with tho authorities.
Great Britain and Franco ure
making efforts to prevent a rupture
between Russia and Japan.
A force '61 eighty Colombian troops
were landed 'on the Isle of Pines.near
the City of Pana'ma on Monday.
Tno European powers are brincine
pressure, to bear, oh Colombia, to
a Verf.war "wi'th the' Uni'ted 'States.
The shortage of Secre'tary Mc
Kowcn of Berkeley University will;
amount, to $10,000, principly 'lost on'
the race track.
The Court martial to investigate
the accident to H. M. S. Flora rep
rimanded Commander Baker for
Officials of the Vatican vigorously
deny that, Cardinal teotti has handed
Pope Pius mitti6ns of dollars hoarded
by Pope Leo.
Governor Davis and Supreme Jus
tice Wood of Arkansas engaged in a
list light last Sunday, owing to poli
W. J. Bryan has had an interview;
with the Czar of Russia, who fri-nted
him with friendly expressions about'
the United States.
The President signed the Cuban,
reciprocity treaty December 17, and
issued a proclamation declaring it
effective in ten days.
Walden Mothodist University at
Na?hville, Tcnn, was burned last
Friday night, and from 25 to 40
colored students were killed or in.
United States subscribers have
presented Sir Thomas Lipion with a
s'lver service. Ho announces that
he will challenge for the cup a fourth'
Tho British War Office is preparing,
a scheme for compulsory military
service between the ages of 18 and 22.
which excites violent opposition In
J. A. Benson of San Fraucisco, the
alleged head of a ring engaged in
Western land frauds, has been
rcstcu under a Federal
Tho Senate has ratified tho com
mercial treaty with China. The now
treaty abolishes the likin tax and is
particularly advantageous to Amer
Japan has rejected tllo essentia
point3 of settlement proposed by
Russia, and asked Russia to recon
sidor its proposals. Should Russia
refuse to do this, tho situation will
bo very grave.
centennial exercises commcmora-
tlvo of the transfer of tho Louisiana
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puruuubu 10 mo unueu estates were
celebrated at New Or'eans. Amer
ican, French and Spanish warships
participated in tljo ceremonies.
A WAN A
and Salt Beef and Pork Con-
stantly on hand.
Blacksmithing.Gen'l Jobbing 't
Repair and new work at rigV-
Charcoal In Quantities to Suit
Produce 'of All Kinds
Delivered in Wholesale Lots
Goods Delivered at Olinda,
Kula and all points on the Ka
TELEPHONE No. 88,
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How Paris Amuses Itself, F. Berke-
DAuniiTER of tiie Pit, Margaret
Resurrection, Leo Tolstoy.
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