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VOLUME VII WAILUKU, MAUI, H. 7., AljjL'KDA MARCH 14, i903. " - NUMBER X 'M m PROFESSIONAL CARDS henry diok r X,, ; TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS niwt 1 1r p, IAINIER? oEE'fe ' PAIA l fcHPft: CROOK & OROOK LAHAINA, MAUI M A " 1 IniV Hftf' Attorneys at Law " GEO. H. DUNN - !. '1 . o.. PI A NT A Tift W '1 WMXi., Notary Public ' . 'WAILUKU MAUI! ,v .WAILUKU 0. W. ASHFORD ' Attorney & Counsellor , at Law HONOLULU, HAWAII. JOHN RICHARDSON Attorney at Law 'And Notary Public LAHAINA, . MAUI ANTONIO P. TAVARES Attorney atvLaw -and Notary Public MAKAWAO, . . MAUI J. M. KANEKUA Attorney and Counsellor at Law.- -f0mo'o: Occidental Hotol, corner ol King and Alolica Streets. HONOLULU, . . T. H. P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA i- Attorney ati;Law Notary Public , - 'lahaina maut DANIEL H. CASfl Attorney Af Law - Rooms 503-504, Stangonwald'.ll'ld'g. Hokoujlu A. N. HAYSELDEN ATTORNEY AT? LAW AND V NOTARY PUBLIC General'BusIness'& Collection Agent LAHAINA, Telephone MAUI. 220 WlLLiAM PJSTERS. U D. Phybici an t Sma!0N Lahaina Maui. ' 1 Dr. JOHN WESBlCK, "VtAlLukUs Office. Hotj;as: 9 to 10. a. Jt.j 2 to 4 it. M,", 7 to 8 ,r. m. HOPllTAli 10 A. Jfi DBi R,QB'T DlNtjGARi Physician '& SuroeonI Puunene i- . - Maui McdONKEY, M. D. PiiysIcIAn & Surgeon PAIA, MAUI "Bentists w rdSSbbL bootfj, d, d. Dentist Offlcoj Main and Market ' WAILUKU'. . . MAUI JGEO. S. AIKEN, D. D. DENTIST Offlco HoUrs9 A. M. t3 d GEO. H.DUNN Notary Public LAHAINA" "MAUI. P. E. LAM All Civil & Mining Engineer , and Surveyor Contractor WAILUKU MAUI R. C. SEARLE . Huctioneec For the District op Lnlininn Maui. TH Candy .... Send 75c $1.00 $1.25 or $1.50 for a nice box of Chocolates and confections, sent post or freight free to any part of the Islands. Hart & Co., Ltd. L. M. Vetlesen Accountant & General Business Agent LIFE and FIRE INSURANCE BILLS COLLECTED LHAYnaV' ' 'MAUfi KAHULUI & WAILUKU Transportation Co. C. T. GREEN, Prop. Hauling of all Kinds at reason able rates Office at Kabului & Wa .uku Storage at Kahului if desired. KAHIKINUI RANCH MEAT MARKET WAILUKU MAUI Kahikimii Beef a Specially. K. MATSUDAa H Photograph Gallery g ZZ Market Street, Wa4luku: New.Up-to-T)ate High Class Work. Kodak Pictures De- iZ veloped and Printud. L1VBRY STABLES Paia Stables E. H. PIEPER, Prop. Hacks and Carriages to let at all hours. VVoet all .... PAIA TRAINS. T&1. No. 12.A-A-. PAIA MAUI. s. Okaihura Stables OKAMURA, Prop, HacK, Buggies a Saddle Horsefl At All Hours' Chdhp Rates between 4 rLKhllinaandiWailuku The best Beer for the best people DO NOT TAKE A CHEAP BF;ER BECAUSE YOUR DEALER ASKS YOU TO. If you cannot get RAINIER BEER o? your home dealer then all you have to do is to order direct1. from the RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS. P. O Box 517,. f Honolulu, And 7011 will get the best. beer on the market The Wailuku Saloon Opp. WAILUKU DEPOT D. L. MEYER Prop. ICE, COLD BEER JRirst Class Wines & Liquors Primo, Schlitz, A. We Carry the Largest and Most Complete Line of Vehicles on the Island The ATTENTION of tbo The Maui trade is specialty, invited to the full lino of HAOKSi.BUGGIESjjRUN-ABOUTS and two-wheeleasicarriedjby G. Schumann, Lt J. Wo Can Furnish You Anything From a Dujip Cart to a Fino CaiTiago at a PRICE Lower Than You Can Got Elsewhere t - agents .for STUDEBAKER KFQ Co. G. SCHUMAN.JLtd. MERCHANT! St.,2LONOLULU. m IAO STABLES LAHAINA STABLES Hacks, Carriages, iBujJgies and Saddle Horses at all hours. Meet all Steamers and Trains. . c,. (Lahalhe 8 a. m.) Mail Stage Leaves w'oiiuku 12 a. m.$ ALWAYS ON HAND B. & Weiland's Beer WAILUKU & LAHAINA 3AILY STAGE WAILUKU i-A. HA. I IV A ' Ira D. Sankoy, the famous ospel sincor, has been stricken with blind- ' ' Tho Iiselisftv:tno Kltx of Italy in May, and the Czar in Nov em bur. Cattle perished by thousands in the Middle Wt'st during the recent cold spel1. There is a serious strike on the Canadian Pacllic. Tho water front is tied up. A heavy fog spread over New York harbor, March 8, entirely im peding traffic. Frank P. Sargent, chief of the Bureau of Immigration will visit the Islands in April. Recent telegrams to Honolulu in dicate that the transport service is to be abandoned. Pope Leo has quito recovered from tho illness incident to his reception of the Jubilee guests. The Honolulu and Manila cable will probably be completed and in opera tion by the first of May. The revolutionists in Venezuela are gaining such foothold that the out 1 iok is becoming serious. An agreement has been reached to take the final vote on tbe Panama Canal Treaty next Tuesday. Ex-presiJent Cleveland states in au interview that he has entirely .withdrawn from active politics. A dispatch from Fez states that tho rebels have defeated the Moorish army and captured their camp. The president has renominated Dr. Crurn,, the colored physician, for Col lector of the Port at Charleston. Wireless telegraphy is to be estab lished between Chicago and Kansas Cit), by the Armour Packing Co, A fire destroyed $000,000 worth of business buildings along the cltv fiont at Portland, Ore., Mar. 10. The Inmous Mount Vesuvius is igain becoming active, and is throw ing up ashes aud explosive globules. Bob Fitzsimmons aud Jack O'Brien have been matched for a light atSnn V' nnciseo during the summer months, So'dinis have been ordered to pro tect the health authorities at Mazat- lan from a mob who object to plagut precautions, Turkey is preparing for war and the Turkish minister of War is re ported to be buying munitions of war in Germany, , Fire broke out in the hold of the S. S. Arizonan atTacoma, which has delayed the sailing of the steamer for several days. Heavy earthquakes are reported from many parts of the Island of Santo Domingo, and volcanic out breaks are feared. James H. Blount, Cleveland's Par amount Commissioner to Hawaii died of lung trouble at his home in Macon, Geogia, last Sunday. Great Britain and Russia have opened negotiations to reach an amicable understanding over tho con flict of their interests in Persia' and elsewhere in the East. The flood season along the Missis e ippi is spreading disaster throughout tho umicr course of the river. The water is raising over the low lands, and hundreds aro homeless. It has been decided that tho small complement of American tvrops now in Cuba shall remain indefinitely to care for tho Bahlo Hondo and Gunnti namo stations, ceded lo tho United States. The trial trip of tho submarine torpedo boat Grampus, built by tho Union Iron Works, in San Francisco, was successfully made on March 9, aud it is probaljle that she will be STORE DEALERS BN Groceries Provisions Hardware Boots & Shoes "JO DRY GOODS (entsFurnishiug Goods .33 etc. etc, , 7X We :pay all charges to any point on Kahului Railroad rELBPHONB No. 55. ARE YOU ATHir' -tR? Aro you interested in seeing? MAUI advancoin DIVERSIFIED $ INDUSTRIES ( AND 4 AGRICULTURE? There avo many peoplo desti V: ous of now Locations anu are ohstantly on . the lookout fori openings. YOU'CAN HELP to let these very desirable home- iseekers know what tho. HAW AI- sq i IAN ISLANDS could contribut'ei j 41 to the world's needs under favor able conditions. Maui wants the 'small farmer to tide over stnntr-f fS 'cnt times. READ THIS. Aberdeen. S. d. April t.lKO. ; f T. n!rTnlnt imo, Jiuwaii. v , nunr Sir: I cladlv mbscrlbo to jour SlDJ I . T.imiTU nnri tni'lnfiA nno dollar (Or BQDIO. At . 'tho copv you scut mo was worm inai oiic krnorc. lourbiruiy, 4 SubscripeIto SIDE LIGHTS An Illustrated monthly publish- fed at Hilo. Twelve interesting numbers fo j $1.00 per year in advance, to any," la'adres's" itf postal ifuion. purchased by tho U. S. Government; SuWYSlPErtPAIAf L-ainaN'