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jHgc: VOLUME IX
B PROFESSIONAL CARDS 1 D-Hlglg
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, APRIL 9. 1904
A. BTOLAntf, D. D. S. P. F. FUEAIt, D. D. S.
J' JOHN RICHARDSON
Attorney at Lav
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Uttl A i. 1 XJ
IHe L-AHAINA. . . MAUI W
ImL- W.. F. CROCKETT
IF ATTORNEY AT LAW
SKI. t,r rr, . Maht. GEO. S
I, CROOK & CROOK
EiV Attorneys at Law
C. W.. ASHFGRD
Attorney & Counsellor
DANIEL H. CASE
- Attorney at Law
ATTORNEY AT LAW
General Business & Collection Agent
.Dn. JOHN WEDDICK,
9 to 10 A. M.,
2 to 4 p. m.,
7 to 8 r. M.
Hospital 10 a. m.
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR
PnYsiciAN & Surgeon!.
IBlfV - ; '
' Tel. '392.
W. P. McCONKEY, M. D.
PnYsioiAN & Surgeon
PAIA, . . MAUI
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a dally supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk,
'Competent Guide to Iao Valley
AriHross and Reference Maul
Beef, Mutton, Poikf Turkeys & Chickens
Sausage, Fresh & Smoked, a Specialty
Tel. No. 882
CLARK & PREAR
Molntyro Blag. Fort and King.
Hours, 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. Honolulu, II. T.
RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D S.
. Office, MainiandMauketwww!
WAILUKU. . . MAUI
AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office, SUNNYSIDE AND PUDNENE
Telephone, ' Sunnyside
Hours, 0 A. M. to 4. P. M.
H. R. HITCHCOCK
LAHAINA, ' MAUI
GEO. H. DUNN
Send 75c $1.00 $1.25
or Sl .fSn fni. n -ninn hoY nf nhnp.nln.tes
and confections, sent post or freight
free to any part of tho, .Islands.
Hart & Co., Ltd.
HonnLilu H T
KAHULUI & WAILUKU
C. T. GREEN, PRor.
Hauling of all Kinds at reason
v able rates
Office at Kahului & Wa .uku
Storage at Kahului if desired.
A tn m urn 1. rJXriit
ana rroDicai counirez
De ciccessuzSfvirf) ri,
TWtvvt . Inter c&ting numbirSiTOR) fli
l?, SIDE LIGHTS.sv 4
lUAurcf OJ? o $Aj4te copis
Opposite Aloha Saloon
SZ Market Street, Wailuku
Now-Up-to-Dato High ClassrS
gWork. Kodak iPictures De -
Enveloped and Printed.
Market St., Wailuku
One of the "57"
Bonk and Beans .with Tomato Sauce
Beaiis with Tomato Sauce No Pork
Distinct from other baked beans. There are,
in the market, four recognized grades of beans;
Heinz uses the first. Four grades of pork; Heinz
uses the first
Other beans-are boiled and not baked, or boiled
and then baked. Boiling loses much of the bean
and lets in water. Heinz beans are baked with
all their richness in them baked dry and on
account of no water in them you get two beans
to others one in the same sized can.
SOLD BY ALL GROCER'S
St. Louis, Mo., April 6. United
senienceu to uiiHrisouiueuir ui si iiiuutua uuu uuy a uuc ui ,y"u. iuu
Washington, u. April o. ine
Canal Administration Bill permitting tno use ol fanai uanai bonus -oy ia-.
tional banks as security for bank-note circulation, was today favorably re
norted bv the committee. This amendment will place caual bonds onTthe
t ' r. ' '
same basis as far as National banks are concerned as United States-tionds
now accepted as security for National Bank circulation.
St. Petersburg, Russia, April 5. General Pfiug reports that thero are
no Japanese troops in Manchuria. The entire Japanese force is believed to
bo concentrated on tho Korean border, where it is preparing for a general
advance later in the season
St. Petersburg, April 5.-It is
I U4. f.... rr.,..l,!U n-.-tcon hnilf.
uavinL' $20,000,000 for them.'
, . . . ,, . ' ,
Wiju and met no opposition. Tho
..,! V,n Vnln r-ivni-
... i m Tl A A A
vvesi lampu, xiu.,
distrust wnere ..ne ,ur8o .Ku. .
DIOCKS navo mreuuy uueu uqhuu
j I Your Brand 0f
Ice Cold Beer
Always On Tap
Choice Wine for Bar and Table Use
Cold Drinks and All Varieties' of
Aerated and Mineral Waters
A. K. STENDER Proprietor
IM.O STABLES wailuku
i .3LMitsja STABLES lahaina
Hacks, Carriages, Bungles and Saddle Horses
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
t t V : O n 1 m.
Mail Stage Leaves
A. QO REGO,
States Senator J. R. Burton was today
1 tno coai mines in xo wu -
senate amenumeiii 10 me ruuamu
rumored that the Government has
Kir r,nrai!lr.v -nnrl twf. Knilt. In
jv. t ,
Russian have apparent retreated be-
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auu c lu uaa .uu ucnu uuuuku-u.
Market Street Wailuku
Hardware, Furniture, Etc.
Especial attention given to
resilvering. regilding and re
framingj old mirrors and
Mirrors of all sizes
made to order
Anti-Jewish riots are portended at
Kleff and Odessa.
The Russians are utilising trained
dogs ns army messengers.
225,000 cases of Alaska salmon have
been purchased by Japan. "
Gaylan de Ayala, the first Spanish
Minister to Cuba has arrived. H
There was another bombardment of
Port Arthur on last Sunday.
It is estimated that Russia will have
350,000 men in the field by July.
The territory between Port Arthur
and Taichow is in a state of siege.
The Russian . nress discusses the
Th'betan incident dispassionately,
Good coal deposits have been dis
covered in the vicinity of Port A rthur,
There is a general thaw in Korea
and Manchuria, and the roads are
Fugitives who left Vladivostok
when hostilities began are returning
to the city.
A marine guard of twenty men has
been ordered to Midway island to pro-
i tect property there.
Viceroy Alexieff says that the dam
ago done to the Port Arthur fleet by
the Japanese is very slight
The soason's output of the Ameri
can Beet Sugar Company's refineries
is estimated at 81,053 tons
The survivors of the sunken cruisers
Korie'tz and Variacr received a
tremendous ovalir-n at Sebastopol
,i , , T u..
Shut ClOWn Oil account 01 a sirihu,
an(j 13,500 miners aro out ol won:.
The Russian railroad across Lake
Baikal has been abandoned ,on ac-
count, oi tno oreaKing, up ui uic -
The Japanese military strength
consists of 200,000 moving troops, i)U,-
nnil rrarriinn troons aud 120.000 re-
The American specie pack train
nM uiwuj.. . ..-j-, ,
The Wilder steamship Likelike, rc-
. . ' . Honolulu last
Orders have been given to tho com
q th(J Bus8,an flcet at vladi
,,, nil vocqpIq PiHorincr the
port at night.
There is serious apprehension in
London that complications with Rus
sia and China may follow tho British
advance in Thibet.
Russian engineers hope to raise the
Japanese merchannmen which wore
sunk as obstructions in tho mouth of
Port Arthur harbor.
David B. Hill states that the New
York delegation to tho St. Louis Con
vention will be instructed for Judge
Parker for Presidont.
Lientenant Commander Warburten',
attached to tho battleship Maine,
committed suicide at Pensacolo,
Florida, last Saturday.
Tho Dutch troops in northern
Sumatra lately engaged an iutrench
ed body of Achlrieso, killing 541. Tho
Dutch lost thrco killed and twenty
The Ibibotans attacked General
Younghusband's forces in Thibet, and
were defeated with a loss of 400 men
and their general, tho British losing
Senator Forakor has introduced a
bill, providing that the governor of
Hawaii may remove officials for cause,
without tho assistance of the Ter
Japan's second army of 50,000 men
completed its landing in Korea on
March 30 The artillery is moving
slowly, and a great battle is not ex
pected for a month.
The companies of Coast Artillory
now stationed at Honolulu will bo re
lieved in May by tho Twenty-eighth
and Twonty-second companies now
PROPRIETOR" and MANAGED .
. .i - , . .. i
and Salt Beef and Pnrlr CnU-, .Ss
stantly on hand.
Repair and new work at riet?;
In Quantities to SllU
Produce of AH Kinds.
neliverG1 ill Wlin1fi?nlft T
... , - , , ..u..w..a
Gocds Delivered at Olihda!;
Kula and all points onjthe Ka
hului Railroad. , '
TELEPHONE No. 88. ,
Of all tho devices tor produc
ing music in tho homo nojlt.
ing equals tho
Wo have a new stock o
these wonderful instruments.
Also a now stock of record.
While in Honolulu all Mauites
are cordially invited to corao
and hoarKomo'.of our excel
Mail orders filled promptly.i
etationed-at tho Presidio,