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NUMBER 15 x isl 4 1 NE WILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, MAY 28. J $04, VOLUME IX. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS JOHN RICHARDSON Attorney at Lav And Notary Public f LA.HAINA, MAUi BNOS VINCENT Attorney at Law MAUI PAIA W. F. CROCKETT attorntay at law Maui. -Wailuku, !0. W. ASHFORD ,. .. Attorney & Counsellor at Law HONOLULU, HAWAII. . DANIEL H. CASE t ' Attorney at Law WAILUKU, MAUI. Tel. 392. A. N. HAYSELDEN ATTORNEY AT ILAW . , AHD' ; NOTARY PUBLIC general Business & Collection Agent MAUI. LAHAINA, Telephone 220 PHYSICIANS t wmiCK DR. J. J. SAVAGE U l . U ti WEDDICK & SAVAGE, .PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS ' 1 ' WAILUKU, MAUI. DR. ROB'T DINEGAR Physician & Surgeon Maui Puunene W. F. MCCONKEY, M. D, Physician & Surgeon PAIA, MAUI Pukalani Milk Dairy If you want a daily supply of fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk, butters, apply PUKALANI DAIRY Tel. 166 Makavvao ANTONIO FAUST1NO Competent Guide to Iao Valley Terms Reasonaulb AHrfri5s and Reference Maul Hotel S I. Beef, Mutton, Povkf Sausage, Fresh & p DENTISTS A. I). CLAUlC, D. D. S. P. P. FREAK, D. D. S. CLARK & FREAR ii. .'. dentists Mclntyro Dldg. Fort and Kink'. Hours, 8 A. M. to 4 P. M. - , .Honolulu. II. T V RUSSELL BOOTF-, D. D. S. Dentist "' ..V. . Office, MAlNAND'MARrcET,. WAILUKU, . . MAUI GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S. Dentist . Office, Sunnyside and Puunene Telephone, Sunnyside Hours, 9 A. M. to 4. P. M. . H. R. HiTCHCOOK NOTARY PUDLIC PUKOO, MOLOKAI. HENRY DICKENSON. Notary Public. LAHAINA, MAUI GEO. H. DUNN .... Notary Public LAHAINA . MAUI. . . . . Send 75c $1.00 SI. 25 or $1.50 for a nico box of Chocolates and confections, sent post or freight free to any part of, the Islands Hart 3y Co9 KAHULUI & WAILUKU Transportation Co. C. T. GREEN, Prop, Haulingiof all Kinds at reason able rates Office at Kahului & Wa .uku Storage it Kahului if desired. A MONTHLY k IATELV Jo DVOTEt TO RSIFIED INMSTfl LGRICULTaBE' ani r tin fdrtcf ropcd Countries QfJU yt'tftrovttr yj tci'wwsvA if - 'ayegr ruunu. TWEtVE iNTtRE&TINO NUMBtRSFORj 3 J.UU fOST rAIOt i.r.V A Church St tt iivnr cones- iiAtYMii.it f-r---m.j.i5mTTrrftTHTnmTT-rf K. MATSUDA i Photograph Gallery 1 Opposite Aloha Saloon is i Mil K MARKET iSIHKH, t niuviyv Now-Up-ta-Dato High Class er"irv.t- TfurlnL- iPinlnres De , , nr... V 1 . ) Ul AiMfc..... I ' . jEvoloped and Printed. UA s W. H. CORNWBLL, Jp., Prop. Turkeys & Chickens Srnoked? a Specialty j m t . if ..I : TIiE 5c CIGAR The best 5c cigar on earth. -v Mas a delscacy of taste and flavor distinctly Its own., AC FOREIGN TOKIO, May 25. Additional dotails have been received of the fight on Friday last near Takusha'u. A squadron of Cossacks was almost anni hilated by the' Japanese infantry. Every Russian officer was cither killed, wounded or captured. ""'," WASHINGTON, D. C, May 25. miral Evans in command of the Asiatic squadron, hass requested the de partment lo be allowed to retire. It succeed Cooper. WASAINGTON, May 24. The ordered to report the extent of the and Japanese mines. TjTaOYANG. Mav25. There is Cossacks are generally driving the eso are awaiting reserves from Korea. LONDON, May 55. Mrs. Cornelia Tevis, widow of Hugh Hugh Tevis, he late millionaire of San 'Francisco, is seriously ill hero ot typhoid fever. New Saloon Your Brand 0f Ice Cold Beer Always On Tap Choico Wiuo for Bar and Table Use Cold Drinks and All Varieties of Aerated and Mineral Waters A. K. STENDER Proprietor Kahului Maul 1 . omgSSKSBSm. WAILUKU LAHAINA STABLES Hacks, Carriages, at all hours. Meet all Steamer and Trains. M i f, , n Lahoine 8 a. in. ) Mail Stage Leaves iwaiiutrui9a.m.t w CO LT 0 NEWS. Admiral Cooper, who succeeded Ad is probable that Admiral Sterling will Naval attaches in the Orient havo been danger to navigation of the Russian , continued cavalry skirmishing. The Japanese back. Apparently tho Japan Mai ket Street, Wailuku Dealer in third wurc, Furniture, Etc. Especial attention given to rcsilvoriug. regilding and re framing i old mirrors and looking glasses , Mirrors of all sizes made to order lAA-JLUICU LAHAINA Bugtes and Saddle Horses op The Russians are removing guns and troops from Newchwang. The California Republican Conven tion has endorsed Roosevelt. It is reported that 1 he Japanese arc again bombarding Port Arthur. It is announced that Russia will soon proclaim all Siberian ports to be tree. A British warship has gone to New chwang to protect British interests. The Russians threaten to burn Liaoyang and Mukden before retir ing. The Korean Minister to Russia is a guest at the Japaneso Legation iu Berlin. The first shipment of Chinese emi grants to the Transvaal was made on May 25. In a battle in the Chelcuzan dis trict, the Turks lost 13U kilted and wounded. The South' Carolina Democratic Convention has instructed its dele gates for Parker. The Cudahy Paclyug Plant in Los Angeles has been destroyed by fire, thq loss being $250,000. It is officially stated., that General Kuropatkin is preparing to retreat from Mukden to Harbin. The Russian troops are reoccupy- ng Nowchwang, and have begun fortifying tho place anew. I 'V Vico Admiral Skrvdloff ariived at Vladivostok on last Sunday and was welcomed with enthusiam. Crude opium to tho value of $20,- 000, smuggled from Victoria, was seized at Seattle on Monday. The London News correspondent at Tientsin says that 70,000 Russians are marching to tho relief of Port Arthur, Balfour has defeated an attempt iu the House of Commons to upset the government on the fiscal question. Tho A"oros at Malaberg attacked and massacred 53 Filipinos who were working for the military government. The Tartar Viceroy has ordered tho Chinese Troops to occupy Muk den after the Russians have retired A British torpedo-boat has sailed for Tangiers to investigate-the kid uaping of a British and an American citizen. . , , The Korean Government has an nulled all its treaties with' Russia, in eluding tho timber concessions near the Yalu. The Russian Admiralty deny the re ported capture by tho Vladivostok squadron of Chilean cruisers pur chased by Japan, Tlio schonor Fannio 'Adolo, loaded with oil and gasoline, blow up"at her dock in San Francisco, May 23, being totally destroyed. Several Japanese who landed in junks near Port Arthur, with tho in. tention of aynamitinj; tho docks , were captured and shot. Tho Governorship deadlock in the Illinois Republican Convention re mains unbroken, and the Convention has adjourned to May 31. During a rcconnoissanco last Frr day by Admiral Togo at Port-Arthur a shell struck tho destroyer Atasuki killing one ofiicor and 21 men. Colorado and Wyoming have been visited with cloudbursts and heavy floods inflictiug loss of hfo and tho destruction of much property. V Watson, premier of tho new Aus tralian labor cabiuet, proposos tho rciutroduction of Ihe Arbitration bill making State employees amonablo to it. The French Ambassador to the Vatican has loft his post on account of Papal notes to tho powers regard ing President Loubet's visit to tho King of Italy. Admlrsl Togo reports the loss, ot tho battleship Hatsuso sunk by n Russian mine, and tho cruluor Yoshi no sunk 'y collision ilh anothor Jap HAIKU SUtiAKf co.'s STmm Boots Shoes Kerosene Oil Gasoline Gold Watches Silver Watches Groceries Dry Gocds Clothing Dry Goods la part as follows: Evcrott Classico Everett Ginghams ' jj Mercerised Silk Zephyr Macramo Laco Windsor SurcUel Lono Applique Brocade Chambra" Reina Strif Lenoro Stripes Scotch Zept Stella Batisto Embroidered Swiss Dots Dotted Swis - Nainsoolg V j -r Black Dimity Berlin LaVvi Seersuckor Mothuen Ginghams Wo F. MosStnasil Manager. Gents' Ready Mado'Bluo Sergtf irgoSuits " White Duck Pants " Whito Duck Vests " Khaki Pants " Balbriggan Drawers " Scrivens Elastic Scam Drav ors . Whito Dress Shirts Colored Negligee Shirts Jap. Cropo Shirts Working Shirts Balbriggan Undershirts ' Whito Liinen Collars, all sizes and styles Whito Celluloid Collars Socks, all colors, all sizes Driving Gloves Straw Hats Caps Handkerchiefs " Shoes Necktios, Suspenders, Bolts Leggins, Pajamas, otc. etc. MAUI DRUG STORl Y. A, YBTLE3EN, Proprietor Read tte I4'JJ KE1 Tel. No. 382 P&f a .oso cniE r, iu tho 'og.