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15 'H mm'-' VOLUME IV , AiLUKU, MAUI, H. H., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1901. ' NUMBER;jM I K' PROFESSIONAL CARDS henry diokenson. 1 NpTICE. pif i 1 ! f a n KEPoikAi lahaina, maui M mi 15th, 1901, the following time table will go into effect. . f : " M time TABLE Of A WT A TlftW P , AiaaH.TA.LAw . GEO. H. DUNN RAH&LJLJI RAILROAD CO. - rLAlllAllUll . M:, WAILUKU; MAUI Notary Pol.n'a Tow&hds A7ailujcu. JTouards Paia nrrAnTSV ' PC'.' ' " IPass. ;Pnss. :Freight. ;Pass. ,Pss. : STATIC.NS. PassT :iss. height 'Freight. :Pass. ; Pass. V I I llf I? Wkf$ "JOHN iRICHARDSON LAlIAINA. MAUL : fiff- - -: 2- : 4. j (i. : 8. : 10. : 12. J 1 lill Mifr . , i .: Arrv : Arrv : Arrv Arrv Ari;v : . , ; Lvo. : Lve. : Lvo. Lvc. : Lvc. : Lve. Mmi--' Attorney at Law , I : r. sr. ; p. jr. i a. m. :a. m. 'ATyii. : WAiluku : a.m. : a. m. : a. m. i ar ' r -r i m Wk . . AH W Pnnua j HARRY ARMITAGE. : 87:2. ; 1800 : 7i j-i4 - ' ' 2S& WWSfr 3:28 : 11:20 8:2 : 7:47 : u r.r. . . 9,17 1 J ANTOXIO P. TAVARES ... . . . .... 4 i ,g? i ' ! Trt ! j ! iSii.. 31 i , Attorney AT LAW Campbell Diobit, Merchant Street, : Lvc : Lve ; Lvc- '. Live Lvo ; :Arrv :Arrv : Arrv ; Am; litn lifnminv "PtMlT.tfl, I Tilifttinnn Miiln IOI . P. O. RX 083 tiU JL. U iJ "i u i - " - ... MAUI . , MAKAWAO, I M. KANEKUA j Attorney and Counsellor at Law. " ii Office: Occidental Hotel, corner of King ana ( j AlaUea Streets. HONOLULU, T. H. 'JAMES K, SAUNDERSi Attorney at LAW. . .,i A Uoal Estate, Business and CoUeetlorl Agenoyi NdTAItY PUDLlCk flana, Maul. TelephbnO Ifo. .1 P. N. KAHdKUOLUNAl ATfOItNEY AT LAAV & . Notahy PoBLld LAHATNA MAUT ptllVSICIANSr WILLIAM PETERS, MID; , PiiYstdiAN & Surgeon Lahaina Maui. Dll. JOHN "VVEDDIOK, WAILUKU. riTOtni! Hours: , . 8 to 10 a. sr. 1 to 4 v. si. Office r 10 a. sr. Hospital, 7 to 8 v. si Office Except when away on urgent Call. DR. DINEGAR. Physician & Surgeon- 'KIHEI ' MAUI. W. P. McdONKEY',. M. D. Physician & Surgeon MAUI PAIA, DENTISTS W. RUSSEIiL, BOOTE, D. 1). S TJENTISTI Office, Main and Market watt.ttktt. . . MAUl GEO. S. AIKEN, D. 1). S. . Dentist "MAKAWAO, MAUI SURVEYORS II. ELDREUGE. (jivll Eugiaeer and Surveyor vwAiLtiriu SI AUI P. E. LAMAR ' Civil & MiuihgjEngineei' aud 'n '. v ' Surveyor - WAILUKU MAU R. 0. SEARLE ; ' ' i?ou thS bisTfticr oi Lodging House formerly Walluku Hotel AH KEE, Proprietor Beds 50 Cents pep Niht Ateals 35 Cents California Table Fruits'. WAILUKU, . MAUIH., T UONG TJUCK Merchant Tailor Market Street, opp. SaWon, WAILUKU, - - MAUI Neat Fit Guaranteed L1VBRY STABlK6 BlSMARk Livery, Feed & Sale Stable Wsr. GOOPNESS, Prop. Hacks, Carriages, Saddle Horses ON SHORT NOTICE :arriages meet all steamers Maui Stable HANSIAMUltDSAN.nrnor. Hacks and Saddle Horses AT ALLIIHOURS Viueva,rd Street, Wailuku, Maui tslophono ISO. iS Wailuku Stable JOHN DOREGO, Prop. HACKS Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses ON SHORT NOTICE) TELEPHONE NO. 237. Main Street, Below Market ADJ. NEW BASE BALL GROUNDS WailUku. MAUI, Paia Stables E. H. PIEPER. Prop. ' Hacks and Carriages tbftet at all, hours. 7Vl'et all v4 . PA1ATRAINS ' 4 'Tel. No. 244. TTA - MAUI OkaIidba 'Sables . t.OKXMU.RA,, PRok ! ( ricks, Buggfe8s Saddle Horses' ikt- -Ail Hiour; 'hQaKatis fretweeii ' ' Lah'aJnfi arid wailtiku All trains daily except Sunday. Trains Nos. 6, 7 and 8 freight only. Passenger trains will not carry freight, except parcels ap to 50 lbs. woight, Passengers not purchasing tickets bofoie boarding the train at regular stations, will be charged 10 cents extra to the regular fare( No Round trip fares will be collected on trains. Freight received from 0:30 a. m. to 5 p. u but must be delivered DO minutes before leaving time of freight trains. Parcels received up to 15 minue'es of leaving time of Passenger trains. R. W. jFILLJER; Manager. anrnrmwuf nf ttrttt wnrnr mw IDoes This Strike You? 1 W,e haV'o anything and everything in the Photo- Z2 iP graphic line. Evcrylhihg new and up-to-date 3 at prices that can't be beat. Try our developing 3 and toning Solutions. You will jaet good results 3 if you do. 3 Honolulu Photo Supply Go. 1 giiiii.iUiUiiyUiUlUiiUi.iaiUiUiUiU'iUiUii.ii.iiiiiUi.iUiU IIP YOU ARE can UY WE HAVE JtjWr RECEDED A Carload of Stoves DIRECT 'FVoViri tile FacMr; ,.! Inspect Otir Stock and get Our orices and You Where KAMLUI STAPLES , -LAHAiN A STABLES , HnJiiib. r.i.piri6p.s. iBufiies' and Saddle Hbi'sesl at dlUiour& Meet'bll SteanWs andTpdln. Mlil:Mke-leaf es J OO RECO, wr ww mm row w mm GOING XO save by purchasing from us "will not go else , , , , WAILUKU DAILY.. 5 J .WAILU1CU J AHA1NA wauiku 12 mi ( -Daily ; tove STORi -3:02 Arrv Arrv TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS Edward Stokes died in New York. Ttje Philippine. Commission has passed new treason laws. The ironworkers' strike in San Francisco is ncaring au end. Lord Roberts was hooted in aLon. don street by Buller's friends. King Edward is much pleased with the evidences of loyalty in Canada. New Yorkijowollers havo brought the famous Hope diamond for $250, 000. Boers under, Dewet are reported to h'avo c.aptured 0,000 horses from I the British. There ias been a marked increase recently iu French orders for Amori- i can anthracite coal. Anothe negro has been burnt in Mississippi for assaulting the wife of a prominent citizen. Eastern capitalists havo purchas ed the famous Elk ton mines in Colo rado for $0,875,000. The Federalist party in the Philip pines is attempting to( havo tho is lands made a Territory. The military 1,'lectric railway at Berlin, is repor.tpd to have attaiuetf a speed of 85 miles an hour. Tho Panama Canal Company has submitted a proposition to sell all its rights to the United btates. The ceusus report on the silk indus try showed an investment of $81, 082, 201 in the United States. Another conspiracy to kill Ameri can troops has been discovered at Moncudo, on tho island of Luzon. Kansas has tho gold fever, shale" land in that Sta,to having been report ed as very rich in tho yellow inetal. lung Emcnuel of Italy will act as arbitrator'botwecn Brazil and Great Britain in regard to tho Guiana fron tier. A Boxer lcader'nasTjeen appoint ed to the Chinese forei'fjnoflice, wbieh is taken as an indication of good will toward Japan. An Englishman was.cau'gb't at New York with aSjOOOdiamonvl'iiecklaco in hts stockings, which was 'intended a'sVbridal present. Tho BritislV havo 42,000 Boers in custody, and 11,000 more have been UilledjVoilndsdor banished'ofparole, leaving now in the field about 10,000. ' 1 It is reported that brigands have carried' off the mother pf the chief of police of 'Seres, in Macedonia, at tho samo spbt where Miss Stone was ab ducted. .... Franciscans 'and Greeks fought at tho tomb of Christ over tho'qucstion as to, which community hud tho right to sweep out tho church. Many were injured. Dealers Groceries Provisions Hardware Boots & Furnishing Goods Eto. Ete. Etc. ft- 12 Assorted FRENCH (CANDIES fre,sh !from the COAST .every' STEAMEE. A Jarge, variety of USEFUL ai.d VALUABLE HolidayQnofe For Youn& and For thk& a j Festive . Seastfn. Shoes m TeIeplioi?e Orders Receive Our; til roiiipt Attention. Tel. No. 55. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE." r The following letter just received from Wray Taylor, Commissioner of Agricuture and Forestry is publish 7S ed, not to 'find Hhe missing :.riamQ, "fS merelj', but'Vathcr to call particular, 1 attention to the fait that M-r, Taylor" is prepared to distribute stfeds and plants to any portion of Maui f 1-90 6f htirire. upon application. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry. ' , ;.': . Honoluluj' Nov. -19, 1.901. I. U. l.vi,wu. b3VJ., , Vx,, Dear Sir: " , I am writing to ask a rfmiill favjDr of j-ou. Somcono has wrltte ihp,,?. letter dated Makawao, N6vl Uotli, " asking forcortaiu seeds, but failed to attach their name. in' "' I' am always glad to distribute seeds, ami as wo hayo the ceeds, ask- ed -(or, I thought perhaps you would ,',t liko to muko mention of thai omission, of ! tho name in 'youi; papoiv.'(Ara A, ttjre any.seeqs 01 piauis you .yuuju lik?? -? Thaukhifr'joui advauce, f Youiv3'Tcsp'cctfuIlyit " f ';i 'Wray "Taylor, i Commission Of Asinculturs ani Forestry. A? 4 Maul, T T,.iitAiNA. Maui.