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Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk,
Tel. 166 Makawao
Competent Guide. to Iao Valley
Address and Reference Maul
Beef, Mutton, Porkr Turkeys & Chickens
, Sausage, Fresh
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.... Send 75o $1.00 $1.25
or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates
and confections, sent post or freight
free to any part of the Islands.
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Honolulu. H. T.
KAHULUI & WAILUKU
0. T. GREEN, Prop.
, Haulinglofiall Kinds at reason
Office afKabului & Wa .uku
Storage at Kahului if desired.
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Utmost twy Mnowhfruit
and vegetable cjtcmpenite
ifind 'roncsJ Countries an
g Photograph Gallery
S Opposite Aloha Saloons
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g- New-Up-to-T)ate High Class
Work. Kod a ir i Pictures Do-rS
SZvoloped and Primed.
W. H. CORNWBLL, Jr., Prop
& Smoked, a Specialty
ONE OF THE
The most delicious dainty you can
imagine is a dish,
Beans with Tomato .Sauce.
Ask your grocer for a can -if he .is
up to date he has a full line of Heinz
good things for the table. ,
Heinz "57 VARIETIES" of good1 ;
things for the table are known the
.world over as being the finest in'
London, Blar. 22. CampbelUBnnncrman's motion to censure the Gov
ernment for the introduction, of Chinese Ifibo'r into the Transvaal was defeat
ed in the Commons by a veto of.299 to 243. Tliure'was similar adtion in the
House of Lords.
Moscow, Mar. 22. Five million,
been subscribed for .patriotic purposes.
The British colony contributed a field hospital with fifty beds.
Manchester, March 21, John Redmond, leader of the Home Rule party,
addressed a monster demonstration
party would overthrow the present government and prevent any govern
ment from succeeding it unless Home Rule was granted to Ireland.
St. Petersburg, Russia,, March
alliance between Japan, China and .Korea has. been farmed to, protect the
integrity of tho Asiatic ualions and to make common cause agahist Russia.
New'York, March 21. At a' conference of- Republican loaders, an
agreement was re'n'eb'ed'tiy which'Senator Piatt retains the leadership' .of
tho pijrty in New York. . V "
Your Brand qf
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 iMfiuviu
LAHAINA STABLES lahaina
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mail Stage LeM jK&fstZJ Daily
of Heinz Baked, 'T'
five hundred-thousand - roubles have
here on Sunday. Ho said that his
21. It.is reported from Paris that tin
Market Street, Wailuku
Hardware, Furniture, Etc.
Especial attention given to
resilvcring. regilding and re
frfimlng old mirrors and
Mirrors of all sizes
made to order
Buggies and Saddle Horses
Win. U. Hearst has started a daily
paper In Boston.
The relations between France and
the Vatican are strained.
Eighteen Japanese spies have been
captured near Port Arthur.
Russiadnis.decidfd nnt.to send tlie
Baltic fleet to the Far1 East. . .
-. ' i. - - - n m,iini .imp .
Four thousand Russian soldiers are
arriving daily in Manchuria.
A special session of the Japanese
Diot was opened atTokio, March 18.
The New England States expe
rienced an earthquake shock on
A slight "earthquake shock was felt
on the night of Marcn 17, at Tacoma
The supporters of Senator Mitchell
have carried tho primaries at Port.
Armed Mongolians disguised as pil
grims, jire concentrating on the Rus
E. R. Stackable has been nominated
Collector of Customs for Hawaii, -to
The Russian Government does not
regard the attitude of Korea as that
of a belhgerant.
It Is reported from Paris that an
alliance of Japan, China and Korea
has been formed.
It is asserted IhatFrauceand-Eng-
lana tave reached an agreement as
French residents of Canada, sub
ject to, military duty, have been or-
cred to return to France.
Captain lrkov, a Russian officer in
the Manchurian service, has been sho t
as a spy by the Japanese.
The forces commanded by General
Wood have dcfei.ted 2,000 Moros lead
by Datto AH who was killed.
China is appealing to tho powers
for an extension of time for the pay
ment of the Boxer indemnity.
The Russians claim to have taken
1,800 Japaneso prisoners in a battle
fought along tho Yalu River.
Twenty-two thousand brick layers,
iron-Workers and laborers have gone
out on a strike in Now York City.
General Kuropatkin, commanding
the Russian land forces, yill make his
headquarters at Liao Yang, China.
The Senato has confirmed tho ap
pointment of General Leonard Wood
as Major General, by a vote of 45 to
The House has decided in favor of
seating l.ivernash ot San Francisco,
whose sent wus contested by Julius
Tho Russian torpedo-boat destroyer
Skorri was blown up by coming in
contact with one of the mines in Port
Lord Mllner has cancelled tho per
mlt of Wra. T. Stead to travel in
South Africa, owing recent objection
Tho bubonic plague has broken out
among the Indian coolies at Johannes
burg, South Atrica, over thirty of
whom have died.
Tho Sultan o( Sulu has accepted the
abrogation of the treaty negotiated
by General Bates, which wipes out
slavery among tho Moros.
General Kuropatkin telegraphed
to St. Petersburg that 230,000 Rus
sian troops are concentrated between
Harbin and Port Arthur.
Severe fighting was reported in
German South West Africa on March
13, the German forces retreating
with a loss of 28 killed and many
Rear Admiral Jewell has been or
dercd to command tho Caribbean
squadron, relieving Rear Admiral
Coghlan, aud Admiral Cooper' has
assumed command of tho American
fleet, in Asiatic water, succeeding
PROPRIETOR and MANAGt'0
Fancy floods ..u,
and Salt Beef and Pork Con
stantly on hand.
Blacksmithing, Gen'l Jobbing
Repair and new work at rig' '
Charcoal In Quantities to Suit
Produce of All Kinds .
Delivered in Wholesale Lots
Gocds Delivered at Olinda
Kula and all point's onjhe Ka
TELEPHONE No.' 88.
Of all tho de vices f or prodiic
ing music in the home noth
ing equals the
Wo have a new stock- of
these wonderful instruments.
Also a new stock of record.
While in Honolulu all Mauites
are cordially invited to come
and hoar somo Ibf our ..excel
- lent records,
Mall orders filled promptly.
Hawaiian News Ci.
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