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'Hp VOLUME IX " WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, APRIL 16.1904
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ATTORNEY AT (LAW
'General Business & Collection Agent
Dr. JOHN WEDDICK,'
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HOPMTAL 10 A. M.
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR
Physician & Surgeon!
W. F. McCONKEY, M. D.
' Physician & Surgeon
)PAIA, . . MAUI
Pukalani Milk Dairy
. ,( If you want a daily supply of
tfrcsh, pure milk, or fresh milk,
Competent Guido to Iao Valloy
Address and Reference Maul Hotel.
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Beef, Mutton, Porkr Turkeys & Chickens
Sausage, Fresh & Smoked, a Specialty
Tel. No. bG2 Market St., Wailuku
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. . . Send 75c $1.00 $1.25
or $1.50 for u nice box of Chocolates
and confections, sent post or freight
free to any part of the. Islands.
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KAHULUl & WAILUKU
C. T. GREEN. Prop.
Hauling of all Kinds at reason
Office at Kahului & Wa .uku
Storage at Kahului if desired.
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and ttvmcal Countries con
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Photograph Gallery j
Opposite Aloha Saloon
SZ Market Street, Wailuku!
New-Up-to-Dato High Class iSS
IWork. Kodak IPicturcs De-rS
Evelopod and Primed.
W. H. CORNWELL, Jr., Prop.
Sectional Book Cases
Sectional boookcases have supplanted all ethers
for convenience and economy. In the same de
gree does the "Macey" supplant all other makes.
They keep .the books free from dust and injury
from cockroaches and are in themselves handsome
pieces of furniture.
The woods used in construction are the beauti
ful quarter-sawed golden oak and mahogany.
The "Macey" has special features you will not
find in other sectional book cases.
Send for descriptive catalogue and prices to
ST; PETERSBURG, Russia, April 13. The officials at Port Arthur
report a loss today which is a crushing blow to the Russian navy. Admiral
Makaroff was drowned and the Grand Duke Cyril wounded.
The battleship Petropavlovsk during the attack by the Japanese fleet
at Port Arthur struck a mine 'and
wont down before any of those on board hau an opportunity to save them
selves. Eight hundred and six of the ship's officers and men, including Ad
miral Makaroff, went down with the ship to a watery grave.
The Grand Duko Cyril, on board
Only fi ve officers and thirty-five
Tho battlo between the Russian
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consternation in the Russian forces
feared. The Japaneso are following
Tho Petropavlovsk was a battleship of 10,950 tons and one of the best
fighting ships remaining in the Russian squadron at Port Arthur.
It is probable that Admiral Riosvensky will succeed Makaroff. Prince
Outkomsky is temporarily in command of the fleet.
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
LAHAINA STABLES lahaiina
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mail-Stage Leaves, Wailuku 12 a. m.
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turned turtle. The spleuded battleship
at the time, was wounded.
men of the ship's complement wero saved
sauaaron and forty Japanese vessels is
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and complete disaster to tho fleet is
their advantage with vigor.
Market Street, Wailuku
Hurdware, Furniture, Etc.
Especial attention given to
resilvering. regilding and re
framing' old mirrors and
Mirrors of all sizes
made to order
Buf$6es and Saddle Horsec
An epidemic is feared at Harbin
becuuso of bad wator.
Many Circassians are volunteering
for service in the Russian army.
King Ch.ristlun ot Denmark cele
brated his 80th birthday last Satur
day. Marquis lTohas returned from Ko-
ea, anu reports ms 'mission a suc
Port Arthur is reported, quiet,
with no signs of attack by the Jap
anese. The main Japanese army is near
Wiju. Frequent skirmishes are re
ported. Ex-Queen Isabella of Spain died at
Paris, April 9, from an attack of in
fluenza. ThirtcPii thousartd riflemen hold
Vladivostok against attack by the
It is reported from St. Petersburg
that the Black Sea reserves are be
General Jiminiz, the defeated San
Domingo revolutionist has returned
to New York.
British refiners arc anticipating a
possible duty on sugar in the forth
It is rumored that Russia express
es satisfaction with the now Anelo
Prench Colonial treaty.
Major General Wood has sent out
an expedition of 1500 men to compel
the allagiance of Sultan Taraca.
Montreal, Canada, is in danger from
floods, tho water now standing six
feet deep in the streets of tho city.
It is believed at Tokio that fighting
has begua on the Yalu. Japan's army
is read. tor tho advance movement.
There have been twenty-two deaths
from bubonic plago Anatafagosta,
Chili, and fifty-one new cases arc re
Tho appointment of A. N. Kepoikai
as Circuit Judgo of Maiu was sent to
'16 OCnaiC iqr COUlirmailOn lasi
An attempt, was made last week to
assassinato King Alfonso of bpam by
a bomb which exploded prematurely
and he escaped unhurt.
Tho steamer Colon, from San Fran
cisco to Panama with passengers and
freight struck on a rock and was
beached with no loss of life
A strike on tho Panama railroad
stopped the running of trains for a
few days. Tho strike ended on Tues
day and traffic was resumed.
Tho Cabinet at Washington cousid
ered the Chineso Exclusion Law last
Saturday, with a view to tho possl
bility of securing a new treaty.
Mrs. Botkin, recently sentenced to
Imprisonment for life for poisoning
Mrs. Dunning, has been arrested on
tho chargo of poisoning Mrs. Dean
There is universal approval of tho
signing of tho Anglo-French Colonial
treaty, which is regarded as another
diplomatic success' of King Edward.
Paul Lessar, Russia's Minister to
China demanded the dismissal of tho
Japaneso military instructors from
the Chineso army, fearing hostile in
On account of Russia's unpropared-
ness, it has been decided to operate
wholly on the defensive. It is believ
ed that tho Japaneso cannot pass
By tho terms of tho Anglo-French
Colonial treaty, tho British protect
orato over Egypt and tho French
protectorate over Morocco are mado
Tho Washington administration is
convinced that it can continue the en
forcement of Chineso exclusion not
withstanding tho expiration of tho
treaty in December.
Premier Combes' order for tho re
moval of crucifixes and other religious
emblems from court houses in Franco
is causing demonstration. At Amiens
a mob of 2000 was dispersed by the
trogps.apd many jvo'lraded.
T. 'A WAN A .
PROPRIETOR and MANAGED
and Salt Beef and Pork Con
stantly on hand.
Blacksmithing, Gen'l Jobbing
Repair and new work at rfgt- j
Charcoal In Quantities to Suit
Produce of All Kinds
Delivered in Wholesale Loll
Goods Delivered at Olinda
Kula and all points onjthc Ka)Vl
TELEPHONE No. 88. .
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We have a now
these wonderful Instruments
Also a new stock of record.
While in Honolulu all Mauitos
are cordially invited to cdm?
and hear some of our oxcol.
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