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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. I., SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1900
Hons & coke
AtTOIINEVS, AT LAW
Tho Gcncunlu Jiife Insunmoo Co.
Thu Urueuwlch Fito Insuruuco Co
A. N, KEPOIKAI
ArjonKV at Laav
. John . RiOHiRpsoN
. ArroHxny at Lav
LATIAINA, . . MAUI
Attorney at Law
J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney anu Counsellor
' ' at Law. 1
OBlee: Occidental Hotel, corner, of King anil
Attohnkv at Law
Atkinson & .tudd
' a. i. atkinson, ai.11kht r. juub, j".
Attounevs at Law
Olttcoovor.HUlioji & Co's lmufe, cor. Merchant
HONOLULU, , - - ,
John weddick, m, d.
Phvsician & Suroeon
WAILUKU, . . . MAUI
PlJYSICIAN & SUUOEON
KIUEI - - - MAUIr
l"W. .F: McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
PAIA, , . MAUi
BC.R.J. McGETTIGAN, M. D
Physician & Suroeon
-'HANA, . . ' MAUI
L. A. SAT3EY
Physician & Suhoeon
W. RUSSELL T300TR, D. D. S.
Ofllco, Main and Market
WAILUKU, . . MAUI
;.R. I. MOORE, D, P. S,
Surveyor & Civil Kxmneku
WAILUKU. . . . MAUI
KJAS. T. TAYLOR. M. Am. Soe. C. E.
. . Emcuneeu
D0d Judd Block. Honolulu
1. K. KAHOOKELE
BEARDSLEE .t PAGE
Architects & Bu.n.DEna
OAlco'llonnis:! nnd i, Arlnlrtoii' Anoox.
, Tel. Sai;'l. O.T.OX 11. ,
HONOI.UIfU, ' . .H.I.
SUt'telit'niml correct eKliitluUS"4
furnished ut short notice.
Howard & train
Suite T, Mndol nioi-lt. Fort Street
HARDY, & NAONE,
MAKAWAO . . MAUI.
Tei.ei'iioxe No. 'WZ.
Plumbers & Pipe-Fitters
Mutoriul furnished for
Connection with City
mui, m. i.
Livery, Feed & Sale Stable
Wm. GOODNESS, Prop.
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUNDSAN. PJIOI-.
Hacks am! Saddle Horses
AT ALL HOURS
Vineyard Street, Wailuku, Mtuii
JOHN DOREGO. Prop.!
Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
ON SHOUT NOTICK
Carriages meet Stearnors
Opp. Iao Saloon, Wailuku, Maui
Miirket Street, Wallulni
BEEF and PORK
Delivered daily In Wailuku,
Waihco and Kahului
TELr.PIIONB No. 14
Market Street, opp. Saloon,
Neat Fit Guaranteed
Market St., near Borba's store.
Wailuku and Kahului Water Works,
SiujmjN lv Jor buildings occujiiod
Square Fcot One Story . ' j V Two Stories'
o to 8oo s s oo $ no
SOU to 000 1) ()0 I ," . ' io 00
000 to 1000 10 00 . . 11 00
100(1 to 1200 11 00 , 12 00
1200 to 1100 12 00 . 1J5 (lb
MOO to KillO V.i 00 ' , - . , M ()
moo to i8oi m oo : i,-, oo
1800 to 2000 15 00 1 1(1 00
2000 to 2300 Hi 00 ,' 17 00
2.-.IKI toUono 17 00 -' . ' S 00
8(100 to 15500 18 00 ,' ' in 00
:jsoo to iooo io (iO 20 oo
r or till houses one story in height, covering a greater area than four
thousand square feet, there shall be added rvhi' dollar for each additional
five hundred square fce.t or fraction thereof, 'and the further sum of one
dollar for each additional story.
For all houses of more than two stories in height there shall be added
to the above table rate one dollar for each additional story.
Where a house or building is occupied by more than one family the
general rale for each additional family shall bo three-quarters (!) of
the foregoing rates, except where two or more families occupy the same
door, in which case the rate, for each family orl the same floor shall be
the rate for the floor surface occupied by sticll family, according to the
Non: The general rate Includes water for general household pur
poses, but does not include any of the following specified rates:
Skction 2. For horses, including water for washing vehicles:
For 1st hor.'e ;
For 2d, 3d, 4th and fth horse.
For (!th to SO th horse
For "lst and above ;
Same rate for. mules
For 1st cow
For 2d, ild, 4th and 5th cow...
For (!th cow and above
Suction 15. Irrigation, whero confined to such foiir ( 4 ) hours of the
day as are published from time to time by the Superintendent of Water
Works, tit the rate of one-half cent per square yard per annum; no annual
charge to be less than ( 5.00 ) Five Dollars.
Irrigation, whero the hours are not restricted, three cents por square
yard por annum; minimum charge as above.
Skction 4. Stores, banks, bakeries, offices, warehouses, salooils.
grocers, eating-houses, barber-shops, butcher-shops, book-binderies,
blacksmith-shops, confectioners, hotels, lodging-houses, boarding-houses,
churches, halls, laundries, photograph galleries, printing-ofllces, steam
engines, green-houses, markets, market-stalls, horso troughs, soda
fountains, and other places of business, each to be charged according to
the estimated quantity used.
Approved June 1!). 1000.
JOHN A. McCANDLESS
Supt. of Tublic Works.
i Bussels, Junu 22. The Petit Bleu states that a telegram wus
received by an important Brussels linn froiii China saying
Admiral Seymour's relieving force and the Russian column
ontered Peking simultaneously. The ' legations were reported
intact uud nil the Belgian residents are said to bo safe.
Che Foo, Juno 22. It is ofiicitilly reported that the bombard
ment of Tien-Tsin with large guns continues incessantly. The
foreign concessions have nearly all been burned and the American
Consulate has btfon razed to the ground. The Russians are
occupying the railroad station, but are hard pressed. Reinforce
ments are urgently needed. The casualties are heavy.
The railroad h cpo:i from Tong Tu to Chirg Long Chun,
hulf wjy tpTithu.
Washington, June 22.-rTho State Department has roceivod
a cablegram from Consul Gcv.eral Uoodnov at Shanghai,
announcing the arrival there of two steel cruisers No details
are given. These vessels are supposedly British cruisers to
protect Iho tovn iii Ihe event of an attack from the outlying forts.
Beuun, j une 22. According
received here. Tjen-Tgin is being
and not by the Boxers.
LoNiJoff, Juiio 22, 4 a. in.- General Buller is pressing his
advance. On Wednesday hb followed tho Johannesburg mibmy
to Puurdokop, ( ihirty-one miles from Standerton. About 300
Boors, singly or in small parties, havo surrendered.
Lord Roberts has adopted the Transvaal mining regulations
for military administration. Tho iirst train for Pretoria loft
Capo ToWn yesterday.
Philadelphia, .nine 21. Oil. Sam Parker was selected to
represent Hawaii on tho coinpiiUee to. notify McKinloy of his
nomination, .and Judge A. N. Kepoikui on the committee to notify
RoossYOlt ol liis uomiarillouii
by ainje family, covering a "round
. . .$15.00 por annum '
, , . .2.00 per annum each
1.00 per annum
. . . .75 per annum
...$1.50 per aiuui'm eacli
. 1.00 per annum ,,'
.Y5 aer annum ,,
to a dispatch from Shanghai,
bombardctt by Chinese regulars
The President has gone to Cantoj)
f ' his vacation,
Senator Perkins of California is a
ct ndidate for reelection.
Lord Salisbury does not think- a
war on China will be necessary.
D. B. Jllll would refuse second
pl.-.cc on the Democratic ticket.
Creeks are said to be yellow with
nfttoT IiTHlgcthinkfr AfuSrica
shoi-ld act in China as a world power
Tho monsoon, bringing rain, has
improved conditions in Western In
dia. Tho British relief column at last
accounts was ten miles from Coom
It is suit! that Kruegcr will make
peace if allowed to stay in the coun
try. A powerful French fleet will
ci gage in ma-neuvres in the English
The skeleton head of a mammoth
has been found near San Francisco,
ut Half Moon ba'.
Unless General Miles i sent. Gen.
Chaffee will crmmund the United
Slates forcos in China.
Count Muravieff's death startled
U.- French, who fear the Russian
alliance may bo shaken.
Herr Martcl, a member of the
Reichstag, says Gormany's next
war will be with England.
Ttls reported that half the A mo r
ic.'.u garrisons will leave Cuba
within the next few weeks.
The American Government is said
to bo considering the expulsion of the
triors from tho Philippines.
The "Young Turkey" party has
i.-ued a manifesto saying it is time
to end the Sultan's reign.
Tho editor of a Prussian paper
'.tf "u trial at Berlin for plotting to
r( i tore the Kingdom of Poland.
Germany has loaned soldiers for
harvest work in the Eastern pro
vinces, where laborers are scarce.
Rain in Cuba is causing yellow
X ver to break out in places where
:'. o disease was never before known.
Berlin celebrated, on June 2H,
tl o 500th anniversary of tho birth
oJ John Gutenberg,' the inventor of
The Muir glacier, in Alaska, has
been shattered by earthquakes and
t!.? sea thereabouts is blocked with
fU i-.ting ice.
"Jryan says tho Chicago platform
be reaffirmed with strong
planks on trusts, imperialism, milita-ri.-m
aiid the Boers.
Prcriident Ivrueger's sons, who
surrendered to General Badeh-Po-well,
have returned to their farms
and ai-e working peacefully.
From tho character of the Chiucso
uefonco at Taku and of thoir general
military movements, it i& sure that
they are having foreign advice.
Li Hung Chang says lie would be
head the leaders of the Boxers, send
their-ignorant followers home,, and
make peace with the powers.
Chicago shows but a million und a
h:'.lf of population,, and fuar& that
Philadelphia may succeed her. Tho
Two Million Club may demuud u re
comt. Kentucky's State Treasurer lost
the combination to his sale and a
professional sufo-blowor was tent for
from the penitentiary, who opened
the doors in thirty minutes.'
Tho American pavilion at tho Pa
rle fair is discreditable to a fii-st.ohtbs
country. One of its foatures is a
cheap restaurant with French wait
t ro and a soda fountain.
The Uoxers hae posted this pla
card Canton: "Kill all Gorman,
French, Americans asd English. To
havo peace prevail in tho hearts of
tho people nil foreigners should be
driven out This end can bo at-tuli.t-.l
la a .""sys li'wc unite our
Hoffman it Meson
v i"a . -rv -v -jv?s"w-.. Jfet
4th of JULY m
4 SRAB h)
Goods will be di liven d at Waikapti
Monday, Vu'dnesilay and Friday: nt
Waihee Tuesday. Tliuvsdr.y and "Sat
urday: and at all hours in Wailuku,
LADIES DRESS GOODS
Oonds iloliviTwl In Wn'tino. Mniidnr. Tliurt
duy unil Satuiiluy; lu W;Uu!u' una fulRiiitl'
GENTS' SUITS CLEANED
Ladies' Skirts a Specii !ty
WHEELER & WILSON SEWIN5
TUB JlKKfjfSTKOJt JIUSIG CO.
Wheeler & Wilson, Chtiii.
and Lock Stitch Machines
Sold on Installment Plan.
Orders taken for Sheet Music:
Piano Tuning; and Repairing.
All Orders v ill Recoivo Promp
tf-jr Oftlco Adjoining Iao Stables.
H. L. C 51! ASS
Portrait feitd Landscape Photographer
! I t - from tl' rilaa
TBt,nriloNT, Nu. 15.")
fcrjacrly Wsnluku Ht'?l
AH KEE, Pr.ii i-ietor
Bcdis 50 Cents pes iNijhL
MEALS 25 SENTS
Hesftiaraiit 3 Coffee Saloon
r-iicaii JR'HAD EVERY PA?