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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATUE DAY, MARCH 5. 904
Attorney at Lav
And Notary Public
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Attorney & Counsellor
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DANIEL H. CASE
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W. F. McCONKEY, M. U.
.Physician & Surgeon
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Tel. 166 f
Beef, Mutton, Porkr Turkeys & Chickens
I Sausage, fresh & Smoked, a Specialty
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OllieO, SUNNYSIDE AND FUUNENE
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.... Send 75c $1.00 $1.25
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
and confections, sent $ost or freight
free to any part of the Islands.
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KAHULUI & WAILUKU
C. T. GREEN, , Frop,
Haulingiof.all Kinds at reason
Office at Kuhului & Wa .uku
Storage at Kahului if desired.'
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New-Up-to-Date High Class
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bomo are sweet snmo arosour
All are good if bearing the name of
You will always want to cat
Pick'es if ycu once try these.
Your- grocer lius them in all sizes.
Loudon, Mar. 1. Fifteen Japanese warships bombarded Port Arthur for
two hours today. Three Russiau eruNers and four torpedo boats advanced
to meet the attack but were forced to retire. One vessel was in a sinking
conditio,!. and one torpedo boat was
Suez, Isthmus of Suez, March l.Tlie Russian battleship Oslayba, the
transport Saratoff and four torpedo-boat's will enter the Suez Caiul to
morrow. The Russian cruiser Aurora is at present blocked m the Canal.
St. Petersburg, Mnr. 1. Hie probability that a blockade has been estab
lished at Vladivostok is conceded by the Russian government.
St. Petersburg, Mar. 1. Cossacks are advancing along Eastern Korea
to prevent the landing of the main Japanese army.
New York, N. Y., Fob. 29. Jim Jeffries, champion heavyweight, and
Jajk Munro, the Montana wonder, were matched today. The fight'will
take place in San Francisco during the month of May.
Washington, Mar. 1. A bill prepared by Secretary Tnft has been intro
duced in the House for an issue of $10,000,000 for public improvements and
government aid to railways irrthe Philippines
Your Brand -0f
Ice Cold Beer
Always On Tap
Choice Wino for Bar and Table Use
Cold Drinlis and All Varieties of
.Aerated and Mineral Waters
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of nil lmups. Meet an oteamers anairains.
mail Jiago Lr&avwa
sunk. The Japanese withdrew un
Market Street, Wailuku
Hardware, Furniture, Etc.
Kspecml attention given to
icsilvering. regilding anl re
framing old mirrors and
Mirrors of all sizes
made to order
Buggies and&addlo Horses
wssiuku rara. m
The Ansili'-Spanish nibit ration
treaty was signed-on Monday.
The Japanese landed at Possiet Bay
last Saturday to attack.Viadivostok.
The Japanese have begun building
a military railroud trom Seoul to
It is predicted that the BrllUh
Parliament will be dissolved in six
The Russiani are traiibferringguns
from their disabled ships to the Port
Arthur lort. "
High water broke the levi o below
the citv of S.ierainento, Cul... entail
ing heavy loss.
The Alanchui ian 'railway is guarded
by Co&t-aeks occupying towers at in
tervals pf a mile.
It is reported that the Japanese
liavo been blockading Valadivostock
.since last Thurtduy.
The treasure of the Incas to the
amount of $18,000,000 has been dis
covered at Calacatu.
B. M. HarrodofNew Orleans has
been apppointed a member of the
Panama Cjnal Commission.
The Emperor of Korea has consent
ed to proclaim a constitution grant
ng more liberal government.
Russia willunako a formal protest
to Secretary Hay against Japan's re
quest to land its cable at Guam
Admiral Alexieff will remain at
Mukden until the reorganization' of
the Russian torces is completed
Congressman Charles Dick of Ohio
has been elected U. S. Senator, to
succeed the late Senator Mark Han
The Republican State Committee
of New York h-is formally endorsed
President Roosevelt ,for renomiua
A disastrous fire swept the busi
ness portion of Rochester, N. Y. Feb
ruary 20, destroying $-1,000,000 worth
The State Capitol Building at
Madison, Wisconsin, was completely
destroyed by lire last Saturday, loss
Adachi was surrendered to U. S,
Marshall Hendry at Yokohama,
February 2G, who left for Houolulu
thu same day,
Secretary Hay has assured Count
Cassini that the United States is not
considering the extension of the cable
from Guam to Japan
The transport Sherman with the
Twelfth infantry and 500 recruits
aboard sailed from San Francisco on
Tuesday for Manila, via Honolulu.
The House Committee on Contested
Elections has made a report in favor
of seating Livernash of California
whose seat was contested by Kahn
Austria will aid Russia in preserv
ing peace in the Balkans, and may
assumo the responsibility of holding
tho war elements in the Balkans iu
A bill prepared by Secretary Taft
has been introduced in tho House
providing $10,000,000 for public im
provements and aid to railways in tho
Machen, Loreuz and Groff convict-;
ed cf fraud in the Postal department;
have each been sentenced to two
year's imprisonment and to each pay
a Huo of $10,000.
A light between Hassan's Uivisions
and the Dattos of Jolo took place
Monday, in which the Dattos woro
outed, Lieutenant West and six
trjoopers being wounded.
On last Sunday, tho Russian cav
alry approached to within.700 metres
of the Japanese infantry to the north
of Ping Yang. An engagement fol
lowed m which tho Russiaus wero
caused to retreat.
Tho President has nominated Ad-
miral Walker (Chairman), Gen. G. ASj
Davis. W. H. Burr. R. M. HnrroSs
C. E. Grunsky, W. J3. Parson andffj
J, Hooker faijmembers of the Panama
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