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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, JUNE i 8. 1904
j; NUMBER 18 1
JOHN RICH All DSON
And Notary Pubmo
. 'ArroitsiiV 'AT Laav
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ATTO ItNTC Y- AT LAW
C; v! ASHFOR'D
1 ATTORNEY'tfe- COUNSELLOR
DANIEL H. CASJ? ..... ,
'A: N: HAYSELDEN
.' 'ATTORNEY. AT ft. AAV
General Business'&.Coilection. Agent
LAHAINA, . -
DR. J. WEDDICIC
DR. J. J. SAVAGE
WEDDICK & SAVAGE,
PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR
W.'-F. McCONKEY, M. D.
' Physician & Surgeon
Pukalani Milk Dairy i
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk,
Tel. 166 Makawao
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Address and Reference Maul Hotel j
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY
" BAN'. 'T..
, il Mam St, lnear market,
A. U. CLARlC, D. D. S. P. V. FREIAR, D. D. S.
CLARK & FREAR
Mclntyrn Uhlf.-. Fort and King.
Hours, tf A m. to ) ). M. Honolulu. II. T
l W UUSSKLL I.500TR. D. D. S.
Office, Mais and Maukkt
WAILUKU, - -J MAUI
GEO. S AIKEN. D. D. S.
OiliCe, SUNNYSinr.AND PlIUNKNE
Telephone, , HltNNYSIDE
Hours, !) A. M. to-l. P. Mi
H. li.- HITC1ICCCK
GEO. II. DUNN
LAHAINA ' MAUI.
Send 75c $1.00 $1.25
or $1.50 for u nice hdx qf Chocolates
and confections, sent post or freight
free to any part of the Islands. "
Hart & Co., Ltd.
Honolulu; H T '' '
KAHULUI & WAILUKU
C. T. GREEN, , , Prop.
Hauliny of all Kinds at reason
Office at Kahului & Wa .uku
Storage at Kahului if desired.
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E Market Street, Wailuk!o
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JU JUilL J1UUJ1LK
CARRIAGE & WAGON REPAIRER 1
The best 5c cigar on earth.
Has a delicacy of taste and
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flavor distinctly its own.
If. HAGIFELD & CO., LTD.
SOLE, AGENTS : :
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; ; Minier beer
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
Special delivery every hour in Wailuu,,
Your Brand 0f
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
IPLO STABLES iluku
LAHAINA STABLES ahaina
Hacks, Carriaiies, Bungles and Saddle Horses
at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains.
Mail Stage Leave? Iamikufsa.m:! Daily
A. DO REOO, j Manager
& Liquor Co.
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COAST BOTTLING' l
Market Street, Wailuku
.Hardware, Furniture, Etc.
Especial attention given to
resilvcring. regilding and re
framing old mirrors and
Mirrors of all sizes
made to order
An outbreak of bubonic plague has
occurred rt paitft, Peru.
G rcat distress prevails at Vladivos
tok owing Vo scarcity of food.
Gem-rat Kuropatn Is'makhVg no
effort to relieve Port Arthur. '
Sixty union miuers at Cripple Creek
have been charged with murder.
The U., S. S. Tacoma has sailed in
scarch.,of the mUsinfcP'ntyinaugh.
Governor Carter lunched with
President Roosevelt last Saturday.
Russians at Newchwang are re
ceiving largo supplies of flour and
The Japanoso have seized a fleet. 'of
junks, carrying provisions for Port
Two clockwork infernal , machines
have been found in the dining room, of
It is reported that the Japanese
forces near Port Arthur. hajo been
heavily reinforced. .. A
Three thousand Japanese . arc
marching north from Liaoyang' to
ward Huay Ensaing.
Three Japanese transports, roport
having encountered Russian warships
in the Straits of Korea.
The last division of reenforcements
for Kuropatkin is expected - to .reach
Liaoyang on 'August 15.
Many Colorado minors' have re
turned to work. Deportation of
union miners still continuqs.
A Tokio dispatch of June 9 states
that the Gilliak had been torpedoed
and destroyed at Port Arthur.
Most of the terms oMho Moroccan
bandits'have been agreed to, and the
release of Pericardia is cjxpeoted.
" A division of.Russiad' reserves has
been called out, halfg'bing to the front
and half to central Russian garrisons.
Admiral Skrj dloffhas left the port
of Vladivostok with a squadron of
three cruisers and several torpedo
The Japanese are constructing a
line of railway from Penwangcheng
to Shakensi near, tho mouth of the
Kuropatkjn is(!reversing Kurokis
flanking movements by sending
troops from Mukden to turn Kuroki's
Firo broke out on a Sunday Schoo
Excursion' steamer in East river,
New York, resulting in the loss of
over 200 lives.
Tho crujser Tacoma is taking pro
visions and coal at San Francisco,
preparatory to starting in search of
The Illinois Democratic Convention
has instructed its delegates for
Iloacst with Carter Harrison for
Tho'Russian cruiser Novik emerged
frohi Port Arthur on Wednesday and
engaged the Japanese fleet, return
Attorney General Knox is expect
ed to rcsigu next week to accept the
appointment of United States Sen
ator trom Pennsylvania.
Russians report that the Japanese
were repulsed in an attempt to turn
the left flank of the Russian force
four miles south ot Vafango.
While the Japanese transport Tai
soku was laying mines at the entrance
rof Port Arthur, an explosian occur,
red killing 19'men tilid wounding nine.
An ofilclal protest has been made
to St. Petersburg against the in
sessant robberies and outrages com
mitted by Russians against Chinese
The British House of Commons has
been officially informod that 'the fall
ot Port Arthur into the hands of tho
Japanese will end tho British tenancy
A captured Russian spy states that
there are less than 30,000 Russians
at Port Arthur, that many are sick
and wounded, and that the supply
of coal is running short.
HAIKU SUGAR J
Boots-'".;." - ' Shoes
Kerosene. Oil Gasoline
Gold Watches Silver Watches
Groceries DryGocds ..Clothing
'uv ,i . ... ,
In part as follows:
Everett Classico ETercttGgani'!
Mercerised Silk' Zephyr '
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. -'Reina Stripes
Lenore Stripes' '' ' '"
.' Scotch Zephyr
Embroidered Swiss Dots
t ' Nainsook
Black Dimity , r
Me thuen Ginghams
W. F. Mossman
You do not seem to want very much
in the Gents' Funishing goods line,
tho' a Straw JIat.-Whito Duck Panti
und a shirt come In very handy some
times. Perhaps a cool drink of del
icately flavored Soda Water from
our Fountain will be all you want in
these hot days, and if that is no good
we can let you havo a Rubber Hose,
25 or 50 feet long, very, very cheap,
MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A, VETLESEN, Proprietor
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