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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, APRIL 30. l$04
Attorney at Lav
And Notary Pum-io
W. F. CROCKETT
ATTORNEY at law
CROOK & CROOK
Attorneys at Law
C. W. ASHPORO
Attorney & Counsellor
v at Law
DANIEL H. CASE
Attorney at Law
At N. HAYSELDEN
General Business & Collection-Agent
Dr. JOHN WEDDICK,
f . , WAILUKU.
9 to 10 a: m.,
2 to 4 p. 31. j
1 1 . 7 to 8 p. 3i.
Hospital 10 a. 3i..
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR
Physician & Surgeon!
V. P. McCONKEY, M. D.
i , Physician & Surgeon
P ATA. . . MAUI
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk,
Tel. 186 Makawao
Competent Guide to Iao Valley
Address and Reference Maul Hotel.
W. H. CORNWBLL, Jr
Beef, Mutton, Pork, Turkeys & Chickens
Sausage, Fresh & Smokld, a Specialty
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WAILUKU, . . MAUI
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Office, StJNN.YSIDE AND PUUNENE
Telephone, , Sjnnyside
Hours, 9 A. M.to 4. P.M.
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LAHAINA' ' MAUI.
Send 75c $1.00 $1.25
or $1.50 for a nice 'box of Chocolates
and confections, sent post or freight
free to aDy part of tho" Islands.
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C. T. GREEN. PRor.
Hauling of all Kinds at reason
Office at Kahului & Wa .uku
Storage at Kahului if desired.
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Sectional Book Cases
Sectional boookcascs have supplanted alloth'crs
for convenience and economy. In the same de
gree docs the "Macey" supplant all other makes.
They keep the books free from dust and injury
from cockroaches and arc 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
HONOLULU, T. H.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 25.
ctown a uecision continuing m ui
Island of Oahu. This was a test case
tory. The Territory which lost its
ATHENS, April 2G. In an affray between Turkish gendarmes-,, and
Krnnic nt. Rrnvmn thn spnrotnrv of
Greek squadron has sailed for Smyrna
PAARIS, April 27. It is rumored
Pukien province, China, to provent
PArJS, April 27. An unconfirmed report from Vladivostok says that
tho Russian squadron has sunk four
WASHINGTON, D. 0., April 27.r
firming tho right-of-way of the Oahu
military rcservation.at Kahauiki.
Your Brand 0f
Ice Cold Beer
Aimays On Tap .
Choice Wine for Bar and Table Use
Cold Drinks and All Varieties of
Aerated and Mineral Waters
A. K. STENDER Proprietor
Kahului , Maui
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mail Stage-Leaves, jw5?iku?2ol!ilBaily
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For Home and Office
The Supremo Court today Jianded
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involving fishery rights in tho.Terri
case, was represented by Attorney Gen
the Greek consulate was wounded. A
and serious complications are possi
that Japan will occupy the coast of
the Baltic fleet passing through tho
Japanese transports carrying 4,000
- The House today passed thobillcon
Railway and Land Company through
Market Street, Wailuku
Hardware, Furniture, Etc.
Especial attention given to
resilvering. regilding and re
framing old mirrors and
Mirrors of all sizes
made- to order
Buggies and Saddle Horses
The Czar declines to accept AIox
A son hus been horn to the wifo of
Congressman W. R.t Hoarst.
The Japanese have forced tho pas
sage of the Yalu near Tchangdjion.
- The British fnr'ces'hnTO bombarded '
Illig in S'omaliland and captured the
Judgo Beakman Winthrop of Now
York has been chosen Governor of
General Kuropatkin awaits tho
rrival of 100,000' more" men before
It is reported that tho Chinese
overnment has taken a definite pro-
The Russian Admiralty intends out-
fitting fast ships to prey on Japanese
commerco in tho Pacific.
It is stated that tho second Japan
ese army will soon land on the Island
of Diamoto near Yongampho.
It. is alleged at Stockholm, Svveeden,
that Japanese submarine boats are
threatenin tho Russian Baltic fleet.
The planters of San Domingo have
made a strong protest against tho of
ficial decree imposing duties on
Russia has agreed to purchase
three largo warships from tho Ar
gentine Ropublic for eighteen million
and other French officials visited
Rome this week, and were recoived
by tho king.
It is reported that an attempt was
madfr'to destroy 'tiro., "Russian battle
ship Alexandor Third at Cronstadt,
Russia, by a bomb.
Tho Russian Government will dou
ble the track of tho Siberian railway.
It is estimated that tho work will re
quire eighteen, months.
The Czar has decided to reject all
proposals for intervention and pro
secute tho war to victory, dictating
his own terms of peace.
Tho Massachusetts Democratic
State Convention pledged its dele
gated to vote for ex-Secretary Olnoy
for presidential nominee.
Russia is negotiating from Prance
a loan of $150,000,000, for the pur
pose of enabling her to meet the ox-
peuses of her was with Japan.
The King and Queen of England
arrived in Dublin on ah official visit
on Tuesday and wore given a magnl
licant reception by the people.
A report from St. Petersburg
tates that two Japaneso, disguised
as Chinese peddlers attempted to as
sassinate General Kuropatkin.
A report is current in St. Poters
burg, that tho Japanese havo landed
a force of twenty thousand men at
Kin Chow, on tho Port Arthur pen
The Turkish Embassy in London has
received reports that Armenians
have attacked thoMohammendan vil
lage of Latcljgtnan, and aro commit
ting horible crimes.
Tho Russian Government has issued
$15,000,000 currency, against gold
deposits in the treasury. Itisestim
ated that the dally expense of tho
war to Russia will be $750,000..
It is not believed in St. Petersburg
that tho Japaneso will attempt to
advance into Manchuria, but will ro
main close to the sea; and attempt to
isolate Port Arthur and Vladivostok
Russia has demanded $4,000,000
arrears of tho Turco-Russian indem
nity. It is believed that this demand
is a preludo to a request for permls
sion for tho. Black Sea fleet to pass
tho Dardaunolla. .
Tho Russians havo placed guus at
the principal crossings tof the Yalu,
While Geueral Kuropatkin prefer
that tho Japaneso shall enter Man
ehuria before he gives a decisive bat
tlo, he proposes to make tho crossing
as costly as possible to tho enemy,
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In part as follows:
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Mercerised Silk Zpphyr
Embroidered Swiss Dots'
W. F. Mossman
Gents' Ready Mado Blue Sorgo Suits
White Duck Pants
White Duck Vests
Balbriggan Drawers ' ,
Scrivens Elastic Seam Draw
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Colored Negligee Shirts
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White Linon Collars, all sizes
Whito Celluloid Collars
Socks, all colors, all sizes
" Straw HatB
" Caps ' i
Shoes 1 "
Neckties, Suspenders, Belts, .
Leggins, Pajamas, etc. etc.
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V. A, VbTLESEN, Proprietor
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