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P-' M AUI tlllSiyi 'NEWS.
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1 " ' Attounevs at Law
Thu Clormuiilu Tttu lusiirnnooCo.
The UrocnwicU Tiro Insurance Ca
fA. N. KEPOIKAI
V Attokn'kv at Law
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, , ;ijOUN RICHARDSON
Attouney at Law
Attorney at Law
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA.
Attouskv and Cjjnsi:u,ou
J & OlHcc: Occldeiitnl Hotel, corner p! King nnd
Attouskv at Law
ATKINSON & .TUDD
A. I.. ATKISrtOJf, ai.iii:ht r. JCDD, Jit.
Attounevs at Law
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Olllco qver UMiop & Co's bnuls, cor. McrcliuiH
jllil Kiuiliunmuu Slrouts.
'John weijdiok, m. d.
piivsiq.ys & SunoEox
y, F, ftfcCQNKEY, M. D.
Jl(VSICIAS & SUUQEON
PAIA, , . MAUI
R. J. McGETTIGAN.' M- D
PllVSlCJAS & SyWlKON
TTAVA. . MAUI
DR. T,. A. SABBY
JJlIYSIOIAS & SlIUIEON
RUSSEI;L BOOTE, D. D. S.
Oflico, Main and Market
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
,.R. I, MOORE, D, T). S.
4 HONOLULU, . H. I.
Surveyor & Ciyn, Est.ineer
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
JAS. T. TAYLOR, m. Am. so. c. 1:.
T. K. KAHOOKJ3T.T3
BEARpSLEE & J?AGE
AjtciiiTKCTs & Bufi.pEits
OIIIcu Itaoms 2 nnil 4, Arlington Annex,
i Tel. sKU; P. O. Iitjx. 778. . .
HONOLULU, ' 11. 1.
SliutcliDS unil correct oitlpiatCH
fnrulHhi'il nt Hlmrt uutli'e.
HOWARp & TRAIJT
Rultc 7, JTnilcl lllnclf, Fprt Strqpt
' Tulci'Lolw OKI
HARPy, & NADNE,
Tf.i.ki'Ionk No, '20?..
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Plumbers & Pipe-Fitters
Material furnisJiRtl for
Connection witji City
maul, H. I.
Jvcry, M & Sate Stable
W.m. GOODN12SS, Pro).
QN, SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AJIUNUSAN, Pltoi'.
Hacks and Saddle Horses
AT ALL HOURS
Vineyard Street, Wa'luku, Maui
Telephone No. 235
JOHN DOREGO, Prop.l
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHOUT NOTICE
Carriages meet Stcaitiers
Opp. Iao Saloon. Wuiluku. Maui
YfiK TAI, Prop.
Murltct Street, Wailuku
Delivered daily in Wailuku,
AVailico and Kahului
TELBPHONB No. M
Mmliot Street, opp. Saloon,
Neat Fit Guaranteed
Market Si,, near Borba'fc' store.
WHaku and Kahiilui Water
Sectjon 1. For buildings occupied by a slngja family, covering a ground
urfnee of (not including open porches):
S5vlavoF?pl''' " One Story
0 to 811(1 S 8 00
800 to !)()! !) 00
!KI0 to 1000 10 (II)
1000 to 1200 11 00
1200 to 1100 ' 12 00
14()0 to 1 !(!() 13 00
l(i(K) to 1800 I t 00
1800 to 2000 15 00
2000 to2o00 10 00
LTiOO to HUM) 17 (10
:;ooo to Ji.-ioo ' 18 oo
iWyO to .$000 1! oo
For all houses one story in height,
housand .square feet, the re shall be
five hundred square feet or fraction
lollar for each additional story.
For all houses' of more than two
to the above table rate one dollar for
"Where a house or building is occupied by more than one family t'.u
general rate for each additional family shall bo three-quarters ( f ) ol
the foregoing rat;;. except w'.k'tv two
loor, in which ea.se the rate for each
the rate for the lioor surface occupied by such fainily, according to th(
Xote The general rate includes
poses, but does not include any of the
For horses, including water for washing vphjcles:
For 1st horse
For 2d, !id, 4th and 5th horse.
For lith to fiOth horso
For 51st and above
Same rate for mules
For 1st cow .V
For 2d, !d, 4th and fith cow.....
For (ith cow and above
Section 3. Irrigation, where confined to such four ( 4 ) hours of the
day as are published from lime to
Works, at the rate Of one-half cent
charge to be less than ( 5.00 ) Five
Tvi-iem.Hr.il. whro lh. hours arc not
yard por annum; minimum charge as
Section 4. Stores, bank?, bakeries, offices, warehquses, salrions,
grocers, eaimir-nouses, uaruur-himiis, uuienei-.im.ira, umn-umuvi..
... , , 1
olaclcsinith-shops, coiifectioners, hotels, lodging-hoUsCij, boarding-houses.
hurelies. halls, laundries, photograyh galleries, printmg-otbces, Steam
eivines, trreen-liouses, marueis;
foiintaius, and other places of business, each to bo eliargcu accorcm g to
Lho estimated iuantity used.
Approved Jur.e 1!, 1000.
London, Juno 12 (3:30 a. ni.) Fifty thousand British troops are
within half a hundred miles bf
Kroonstad, unci thoy arc expected, of course, to make short work
of them . Nevertheless, outside I
knows what is going on.
Muchadorn has been officially
vaal. A Loiu-onzo Marciues dispatch says that the village has
swolleifinto iisiwill city, tho majority oJ the inliabitants living in toiits.
Shxguai, June 11. Koang
r,o the Powers of the world to rid
ho Dbwugor Empress Tsi-IIsi.
Londok, Juno 12. 3 a. ni. Shanghai, under tod;iys date, reports
chat thei-b has been street-fighting in Poking since early Su:i:lay
The ttiissiaiis are makir's lavgo purchases of cannul provisions
tt Shanghai, and everything points to an jutbreak of hostilities.
All British inissionarin's will probably bo ordered to return
illicitly to treaty ports.
At Tien-Tsin. the Viceroy finally consented io furnish transport
for u reliof forc.i of 400 iruler an
iial restoration (if the r.iilway is
More nillssacros of Christians
Sax FkanciSCO. Ju-o 12. A
md clubs drugged Quong FooU,
Tiuiliinyton street, near Kearney, last night and OJW
imirddred him but for the prompt interference ot James;
hanb an interpreter, who saved
irowd until help arrived,
Victioiua, 11. C, Juno 11
Queen Adelaide, of an extremely
liinanese war about tlio bejrininjrof May. Jibe,
do would have been on before
eived from Japan, had it not beon foMhft
to aid Japan against Uii3.siu, o .vipg to.ino
tuyatfed iii South Africa. $
1 5 00
" corverintf a g:
adiicd one dollar for each
thereof, and the further sum oi one
stortep in height there shall be aJdfd
each additional story.
or um families occupy the sni,,
fainily on the same floor shall be.
water for general household pur
following specified rates:
S3. 00 per. annum
..2.00 jiuf aimum each
, jl.OO Jitjr annum ,,
. j ppr annum ,,
$I.iift:-per annum each
. l.flO per annum ,,
.75 aer annuni ,,
time by the Superintendent of Water
per square yard per annum ; no :.i nuai
restricted, three cents per square
U..4..1., 1. I,!,w1rl.inu
uiiii-Kuu-sLiun. nmou nuu-un, rmu.
JOHN A. McCAXDLESS
Supt. of Public Work's
the murauding Boers north ol
f iho Wilr OHice telegrams, no one
proclaimed the capital of the Trans
Su, Emperorof China, has appealed
him of the domination of his dimt.
He's trying to overthrow her.
American oommander. InO par
expected to bo effected by tdinbrro-.j;,
mob of Chineso armed witl
an undertalcer, from his -,y
tho man from the vengeance
-News was broug'
a R. '-so.
ho advice3 re-
of Great Biiiaiii
hat her forces were
"Germany adheres to her idea of
joint action by the powers in China.
The administration has arranged
for the sending of American troops
from the Philippines toi China.
As regards Bryan's nomination
Senator Jones said there was not
the slightest doubt that it would
be speedily accomplished.
Lord Roberts has wired Cape
Town that prior to Wednesday
lif lib'cratcd-151 oflicc'rs and 3.500
of the rank and tile. The Boers
consequenly took oil only 100.
The" Poking correspondent of the
Tunes, says: 'Changes have been
made in the Tsung-L-Yamen. One
Chine.se has been retired and four
Manchurs rigidly conservative have
A Boor deserter who arrived at
.Maseru yesterday asserts that 7.001
Boers participated In the Rooelcranl
ngagemcnf; that General Oliviei
.vas killed and General de Yi'.licrs
The expedition to Abyssinia fittec".
n.t and headed by William Fitzhugh
.Vhitehouse of Newport, R. I. for
.ho purpose of exploring Lake
Rudolf, safely returned to Moinbassa.
mthe cast const of Africa, June 10th.
Food is still scarce at Mafeldng.
ut the railway is nearly repaired.
5i venty-two rebels have been ar-e.-.ted
in the Vryburg and Mafekmg
.li.itricts. Sixty-live men were
narched into Mafek'mg by tvo of
.heir late prisoners at Mos'tia.
At Machadorp President Krue
jer has a body guard of 1,000
nirghers. Stores are being moved
is quickly as possible from that
p lint to Lydenburg. The Portu
,'r.e.ip authorities sent a further
ody of trqops to the borden today.
The American young women who
are nursing in the hospital at
Ladybrand have been slighted by
tlie liotir yomcn, wuq are nursirg
the Boer sick in the same hospital
and have been made the Object of
unpleasant remarks, because the
Americans are nursing tho English.
The United States cruiser Albany,
which was placed in commission at
Xewcastle.on-Tynp May 30th and
under orders to proceed to the
Mediterranean) arrived at Southamp
ton today. The United States train
ingship Buffalo, which sailed frcm
iSow xovk April 1'Jtli lor a crui.se
li the Aleiliterranean, Has also
It is reported that the head of
a foreigner has been seen exposal
o.i a pole northwest of Tien-Tsin
The Chinese are fleeing from Peking
and Tien-Tsin to Shanghai. There
are ominous indications of outbreaks
in he Yang-Tse district. All cl; sics
o? natives in the north (lis:-lay
intense hostility towards foreigner
and the Chinese soldiers point their
guns at foreigners as they pass
The Treasury Department has
ruled that all steamers of th
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.. Occidental
and Oriental S. S. Co., and Toyo
Kisen Kaisha, are allowed to take
lay over pas-sengors as heretofore
aaa that therefore ca passenc:
arriving at Honolulu by any of tht
three lines may stoiv over and pro
i eed to destination by any following
sU-amerbf anv of the three iines.
'Observalore Ecmano" pub
ffltolotter i from Archbishop
lt-eTamniHLqorcIinal Rampo'.la, Pap.tl
SmHoi State, warm'y pro-
tcstihlragainst a recent statement
he "Journal de Geneve" which
characterizes as "rubbh.h";
(pml he wrote to he Duke of
'Norfolk r.i'nouncing the temporal
power of the Popi lind the methedi!
of the congregations and the Reman
Curia. Monsignor Ireland declares
that ho speaks and thinks with
tho Rope on such a serious matter,
and he reserves to himself the
right to repeat these dfchiraUous
by word of mouth to Cardinal
Kainpolla When next he visits T.o...e
in ul'ilbr to avi.ll i.l...iolf of His
Grace's jubilee and to receive the
iflifnii it Yotlcson
Command see our ncw sovli .
of Lava and Dress dnods, and v
at the same time ir.hprcl oi.r
new supjily of the fje.t anil
cheapest Sewing ."'auhines, 2
.-largo and small.
TELIiPKCNE No, 7 5
Goods will be ('livered at Waikarui
Monday, Wednesday ai.d Friday; pt
Waihee Tuesdav. Thuv.sdav and Sat
urdaj; and at l1. hovrs in "Wailuku,
LADIES DRESS GOODS
riooO.' ilellvcri'd In W;ill:ei Mniiday, Tliu-
i.v ami S;.tn.(lay; in V,' Jlukii imd vVaiUai.
i iljl.t liuiir, rsu. iu
GENTS' SUITS CLEANED
Ladies' Skirts ppeciali y
WHEELER & WILSON SEWI?''i
TH: JJKHfiSTHO.M MUSIC CO.
Whe6ler & Wilson, Chiii!
and Lock Stitch Muchi?i"W
Sold bn Install went PI a
Orders talcen for Sheet Mu:-ii ;
Piano Tuning and Repair1 tig
All Orders will Receive Prouip'
K3" Oftice Adjoining Iao Slab'"-,
H. Li CHASE
Portrait and Laiidscaic Hiotcgrihet
from nil Union
To Hotel direct
Tei.ei iione No.
formerly W.illuku llnlol
All, KEE, Propri. ,
Scds 50 Cento pei' Ntfiht
MEALS 25 CENTS
WAILUKU . . . ..lAl'T.
Restiianat S Ccifee SalcM i
FRESH BREAD liVER IHY