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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 22 November 1902

1 ft 1 s v LOCALS Take in the show at ICof P. Hal', tonight. When you visit Wailuku, stop at tho Maui Hotel. Private luaus have been numerous the past few days. Hand in your Christmas ads. for the News right away. Oil is being substituted for coal as fuel by the K. R. K. Co. j ' The drummer is notable by his ab-J sence on Maui this week. Inter-Island steamers are having rough voyages this week. A heavy storm prevailed in tie Lahaina section, last Sunday. Next Thursday is Thanksgiving Day.- Let us all be duly thankful. Honolulu Minstrel performance at tho K. o P. Hall tonight. Don't miss it. There is much complaint of bad roads in the Kula and Makawao dis tricts. High winds and intermittent shpw ers have been the rule on Central Maui this week. A largo Maui contingent has gone to Honolulu tn take in the Thanks giving Day sports. Order your Job Work at the Maui News Job ollice. Neat and cheap work guaranteed. Eggs are remarkable scarce on Maui, even the Kula article being scarce and i...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 22 November 1902

h V St" i -- 5 Stationery 'OF ALL -KINDS ban be had at the office of the . PUBLISHED WEEKLY V " Foreign V Island Ne 'Wo also have a complete and up-lo-dpto line of Job Type and are pre pared to do FINE ARTISTIC" vv mm PRINT letter Heads Bill Beads s Envelopes 'a n . yaws Circulars Posters Etc 9 Etc All works executed in a to ill hi lews RS-, lvprA'T ANDHK1 SATISFACTORY MANNER & & U When in nesd of Printing of any kind' GIVE US i CALL THE mi nm fill... 11 !! id rami oi tia vaii LIMITED. Incorporated Under the Laws or ' tlio ' Romiblic of 11 a waii. Capital snoo.ooo.on OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: 01ms. M. Cooke President P. C. Jones Vice-President C. It. CooIjo Cnshioi F. C. Athorton. . . .Assistant Cashier Directors- H enry Waterhouso Tom May May, F. V. '. Miicfarlnnc, E. D. Tenny, J. A. MeCandloss.' ' SAVtNGt? DBPAKTMHNT. Ordinary and Term Deposits re ceived and Interest allowed in ac cordance with rules and conditions printed m pass books, copies of which may be had on applicat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 29 November 1902

HhMMHHMMMMMHH iP.HHHHHHHHHHH bUr!?' ..... ................1Mi .. i ' A ' NOVEMBER 29, i902. ' ' .NUMBER -lljl , PROFESSIONAL CARDS , TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS P All " "1 H, , ATTORNEYS Notar? Public. 7 T ft 1Z7 TT& IZTIlT Fife ' I HI ' . - - i Uh r i 6 M I ffllfc fflT H Ifc li !L lr Kerlteley defeated Stanford at 1 Hf, JOHN RICHARDSON LAHAINA, MAUI n A 1 JLi; JHJiLJ. V&l ootball, with a score of 10 to 0. J .lf '"A'TifTT A'-TI Alfl' i Kl Attorney at " ' Present Roosvelt is on. a two; XLAJVl A 1 lUifi -vt 1 AKD Notau Poi,wo gj CJUL fifcljg celts trip ,n the west and south, a H'' t ft tt A txt A ' TV, ATT, TV. PT, GJ ANTONIO F. TAVARES ' Attorney At Law and Notary Public MAKAWAO, MAUI tJ. M. KANEKUA Attorney and Counsellor at Law.. Offlooi Ocoldontul Hotol, corner ot King and ( AlaUoa S(rj cs. , HONOLULU, , . P; Ni KAHOKUOLUNA Attorney atLaw ' & Notary Public LAHATNA T. H. MAUI ANIEL H. CASE Attorneyiat Law Room 503-501, Stangonwald D'ld'e, HONOLULU A. N. HAYSELDEN ATTORNEY AT LAW ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 29 November 1902

f I v. PUBLISHED, EVERY SATURDAY Oitjce. 13AILEY BLOCK, Y.ax St. . WAILUE, MAUI, T. H. SUBSCRIPTION HATES Oue year, (in ndvonc") . . $2.50 Six months. 1.50 The columns of he Nkwb admit communica tions on pertinent topics. Write only on oue side ot puper. Si.u yoitr numo which j will be held c lullilentlul If distrwl. 0. B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop MRS. C. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr. Saturday, Noveniber 9 feji While strenuous efforts are being made to bring tourists to.tbe Islands, ono very important matter is being overlooked. and that is tho very important and necessary matter of making things pleasant and comfortable for them at a reasonable price, while they are liere. The real reason why we do not have fv steady and continuously increasing tide of tourist travel, without, even having to ask for it, is fouud in the actual harships which a tourist has to endure while making the circuit of the Islands. Miserable steam er accommodations are the principal drawback, and many who have endur...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 29 November 1902

LOCALS Bring jour job work to tho News Job Office. Circuit Court meets in Lahaiua next Wednesday, December 3. Don't miss the Kentucky Minstrel show at the K. of P. Hall tonight. Maui has been delivered into the hands of particolored minstrelsy this week. During December nearly all the mills on Maui will start up on the 1903 run. Starlight nights, showery morn ings and warm days art1 prevailing in Wailuku. Send us the local news from your neighborhood, if you liko to read it in the News. The Nebraskan brought a large amount of goods and merchandise for the Chirstmas trade. Tho work of grading and gravel ling the streets of Wailuku is pro gressing satisfactorily. The Kentucky Minstrels concluded their Tn.uiksgiving eutertainuiijut with an enjoyable dauce. ThanKsgiviug was very generally celebrated in Wailuku with lols ot turkey and pumpkin pie. The road to the cemetery should bo gravelled. It is a stiame to leave it in its present condition. M:tny train loads of sugar were re ceived a...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 29 November 1902

'" ' ST Ik Mr tK' i P V lis Stationery OF ALL can be ljad; ai the, office of the PUBLISHED WEEKLY ews Wo also have a complete and up-to-date hne of Jab Typo and are pre pared to do ' PRINT letter Heads Bill Reads Statements Envelopes Programmes Invitations Cards Posters ptc.,. $c, .All works executed in a NEAT AWDMCj SATISFACTORY MANNER Tiieri in need of Printing , of any kind GIVE US A CALL THE ews Is! nd Maui PL l)nlr aJ II I 111) JJlllllV Ul UitWCtll LIMITED. Incorporated Undor the Laws of the Republic of Hawaii. CAPITAL $000,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94 Chas. M. Cooko President P. 0. Jones Vice-President C. H. Cooke.. Cashicv Jf. C. Athcrton. . . . Assistant Cashier ' Directors Henry Watcrhousc I'Tom May, F. W. Mncfarlane, E. D. yeniiy, J. A, McOandlcss. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Ordinary and Term Deposits ' re ceived and Interest allowed in ac cordance with rules and conditions printed in pass books, copies of which may be had on applicat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 6 December 1902

V. Mfc VOLUME VI ' " WAB.UKU, MAUI, H. T., SA'l LM Y , U-;.i Ml EK 6, '902, ' " NUMBER '7 M 1 : PRF!ARD'rrENR!f " fa TRIMRAPHIC ITMK 1 jKV JOHN RICHARDSON LAHAINA, MAUI 2 ItjJj.L IB Ej? JRtf ' currency basis. ' " PJ .A jvpp A TTpir f '' ' ATrnttMr.v at Law . ?' 1 Tbo Statehood committee is likely V IL4 1 I A S II I A Jft a n,w pratlo ,1 n m . '7' 1 , T A TT A TUT A AT A T7 1 I TOTAIIV IJttlll.tn I , , . , - . , , V . W M J ? uvnj.i.i.x, . . ttv ""y; . iiru uoing sent, io xjtuei ia. . kki'B MMn ANTONIO F. TAVARES Attorney at Law and notary 'poblio.' MAKAWAd, , V MAUI J. Al. KANEKUA il Attornfa- and Counsellor at Law.. Oltloo: Oocldontal Hotel, corner of King and AlaVcoa Stroots. HONOLULU, T. II. P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA Attorney ats Law & Notary Public . LAHAINA MAUT DANIEL H. CASE Attorney a t Law .. Roomi D03-50I, Stangcnwald U'ld'e. Honolulu A. N. HAYSELDEN ATTORNEY AT LAW AND) NOTARY PUBLIC , General Business & Collection Agent LAHAINA, Delephone MAUI, 220 PHYSICIANS EDWARD ARM ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 6 December 1902

FjUELISHED EVERY SATURDAY. Offjce, BAiLiV, BLOCK, Main St. VAILtKG.. MALI, T. H. SUBSCRIPTION UATI.h 0?e year, (i advance .... 1:2.50 Qlx months, " ... 1.50 he ooltimns of 'he News admit communlrn 1 tl-ins ou portinent topics. Write only ou one Hide of pupt'r. Sin your mime Ulcli will be heM cmtldentlul if ili-strud. G. B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop. MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr Saturday, December j5 There is some question a to.Avhttli'T llovffruor Dole or the senate will dictate the nominations lor nvw o Moors. Sn fur a minor offices are concerned, tho bo r.nnh rmed without, mu"Uii.n. But the fact that the fcetwwe luis J appointments practically means senate is the dominant power. The would not send a name to the U that confirmation would bo refused, no matter hmv tit the ipp;in tee misht be. and Goernor Dtde will lind himself in exactly the same position. But the people have opinion of the senate, and Governor DoJo can be depended upon i select none but able and coiiiiielent men. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 6 December 1902

LOCALS Circuit Court is in session a' Laba ina. ! Tho grippe is still prevalent on Maui, but is abaling. luled linen letter beads and linen envelops at the News Job Of) ice. Th" music of tii'j road ro'.h'r sounds .ewee'. oil Main street this wek. The Konsi caused u heavy surf at Lahaifi suu Maalaea Hay this week. Muni ear." i remarkably line this season ;"! polames t the. top notch. Sorehead b; a gam beeomin preva lent union'.: yuu''i' broods of chickens on Maui. Travel is duM ynd business is quiet ia Vaiio!;n this week. Everybody iu Lahaiua.. The I. nd "rt;:;. den entertainment last id.;ht "was bulb inu noting and succi '.''A. Tli? D. D. .ii;ddvviu pineapple ranehe is turning out some' ciy do lieous fri'it. iif, present. GeOJ-i:"' L'.lidsttT whose foot was- j fracti.roJ i.tst vav!:, i.i improving as rapidly a-, could br expected. The KeetttAy Minstrel, a talent ed troup ' ('oi'ed people, have spent tlm week mi Central .Maui. For iiiu'ii class table wines and j Mauiii! Anchor Lage.i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 6 December 1902

Hi ir, -1 HSSJET .ft. 'OF ALL KINDS can be had at. ths effice of the PUBLISHED WEEKLY Wo also have a complete and up to-dato hue of Jo)) Type and are pre parcd to do, FINE ARTISTIC PRINT s s Envelopes rammes afioi s Cards Circulars 3 Etc, - All works executed in a "NEAT andi SATISFACTORY MANNER c$ c When in nejd of Printing of any kind 6IYE US A CALL THE Stationery- itmi in inn mm mi 1 1 mii Mews ill News job WORK Maui New le Bank- of Hawaii LIMITED. Incorporated Under the Laws of the Hopubuc of Hawaii. APITAL $000,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94 Chas. M. Cooko' President 0. Jones. . ....... Vice-President 0. H. Cooko Cashici F. C. Atliertou. . . . Assistant Cashier tfircelors Henry Waterliouse Tom May, F. Macfarlane, E. D. Lenny, J. A, MeCnr.ulcss.. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Qrdinary and Term Deposits' re- cived and Inlercst allowed in ac cordance with rules and conditions rinted in pass books, copies of hich may bo had on application. Judd Buil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 13 December 1902

f. J,. ; VOLUME VI WAILUKfl,JMAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13,902. NUMBER 18 MAUI '4 : PROFESSIONAL CARPS ATTORNEYS' v 'JOHN RICHARDSON Attorney at Lav? And Notauv P'uliuo . .T. A TT A TIM A MAUI1 C' ?ANTONlO F. TAVARES Attorney at Law I?" and Notary Public. MAKAWAO, '. '. MAUI eta m. kanekua Attorney And Counsellor at Law.- Office: Occldentnl Ilotol, corner of King and Alalica Streets. HONOLULU, 'v. ... T. H. N. KAHOKUOLUNA Attorney At,. Law & Notary Public LAHAINA MAUT DANIEL H. CASE . AttorneyIat L'Xw Rooms 503-ROJ, Stangcnwald ll'kVg, HOKOLUMJ 5 "A. N. HAYSELDEN . ATTORNEY AT LAW ' - and) , NOTARY PUBLIC General Business & Collection Agent V ' .LAHAINA, Telephone MAUI. 220 PHYSICIANS EDWARD ARM IT AGE, M. D. . '' Physician & Surgeon Office Hours. g to lOia. m. j 1 to 2. p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m. .; MAUli WAILUKU, WILLIAM PETERS, M. D. Physician & Surgeon Laiiaina Maui. Dr. JO jW-EDDICK, yAILUKU.' 10 A. St., 4 v. M., 8 p. M. vl 10 A. sr. OB'T DINEGARJl HYSICIAN & ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 13 December 1902

fDat( Mews PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Ofcrici, BAILEY BLOCK, SCais St. WlMAlI, T. H. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ce year, (in advance) months, " , 2.50 1.50 Ibe colunma of he Nitws ndmlt communtca ' Hon oa pertiuent topic. Write only on one side of paper. fclsru your name which will be held c lufldcutml II desired. G. B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop. MRS. C. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr. Saturday, December 13 jfii The imbroglio between Venezuela on the one hand and En land and Gerinanv n the other, is sidelight on the Monroe doGtrine. hack down and nress measurej truth remains that sorne of iher porarily.at least, by the two powers. The United States should give them free hand to collect their debt, ev.en if a vermttnenl oc cupancy is necessary. This would of course nullify the Monroe doctrine so far as Venezuela is concerned, and no one would feel particularly sorry. And the quicker the other South American stntes are vat in the same catorrorv. the better. It was all riirht ( to protect the young republ...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 13 December 1902

LOCALS The grand jury completed then labors at L,ahaina on last Saturday. Vineyard street from the cemetery to Market street is a boghole this week. Bishop Restarick preaches at the Episcopal Church tomorrow morning at 11. Bill Head, Letter Heads, Linen and Rag Envelops at the Nevvs Job Office. Wailuku won the football game at Lahaina last Sunday by a score of JO to 0. ' Puuncne Mill is running clay and night, Mill no. 2 however being run only in the daytime. Of course when you go out this vreather, you need a hack. King up the Bismark Stables. The rain ubatedon Wednesday suf ficiently to allow the road buildera to get to work qu Main street. Kahului is a busy port these clays, with sugar pouting from Puunene, Wailuku, Faia and Haiku sugar mills. The two girls who were charged with setting lire to Maunaolu feein iuary were found not guilty by the trial jury. It is be -ieved that the bilvertoii has already left Sun Franci&o for Hono lulu, leaving a trail of cable wire be- I hind ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 13 December 1902

.77iwn l Wiinrii - " --Inn- -i rr in ir. i - J-, . . "-I I Stationery ! bF ALL KINDS san be h&cl at" the clfice ol the PUBLISHED WEEKLY UTo also have a complete and up-fo-datejinoof Job Type and are pre pared to do PRINT s Bill Heads Statements Envelopes grammes umiHiiirniiiriimmmiiiiiw n.swaai New Id WORK I Letter' Mead 6rt?8 r All works executed in a NEAT ANP SATISFACTORY MANNER jfi S When in need of Printing of any kind GIVE US A: GALL THE kfoani News k Bank of Hawaii LIMITED. iriitwrl'.'ct i"inliT tho Laws of thr Kfi(iilj' el Hawfdi, vpjtai iniio,ooo.on OFFKF.KS AND DIRECTORS: URPLU8& UNDIVIDED UNFITS $171,564.94 hnx. M "'0'M.o. ... ...... l'reidi'iit (.". .Idijcw 'icp-PrpM(lcnt H. duke .' Cashier 0. Alhei'hm . . .Assistant Cnshicr jliiwtors - 1 enry , Wiitprhousc Lorn May. I'. W. Macftirjiuic, E. D. cnuy, J. A McCandless. SAViKoe ntPAtvranNT. Ordinary and Term Deposits re el vod and 'Interest allowed in ac cordance with rules and conditions rintod in pass books, copies ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 20 December 1902

r",' 31 VOLUME VI WAILUKU, MAU1 H. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, (902, NUMBER ft . W. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS JQHN RICHARDSON ' ATXOnNEY AT IiA And Notary Pnnuo t . . pi-LAIIAINA, . . MAUI ANTONIO F. TAVARES Attorney at Law and Notary Pudmo. MAKAWAO, . . MAUI J. M. KANEKUA .j Attorney and Counsellor at Law.- Offlco: Occidental Hotel, cornor of King and Alalica StrootS. HONOLULU, ' . T. II. pfN. KAIIOKUOLUNA Attorney at Law & Notary Phulio -T.ATTATNA ' MAUI DANIEL H. CASE AttorheyIat Law Rooms 53C-30I, Stangonvralil U'ld's, HoKOMJMJ hj a. n. hayselden ATTORNEY AT LAW ' AND', NOTARY PUBLIC v i General Business & Collection Agent LAHAINA, Telephone MAUI. PHYSICIANS EDWARD ARMITAGE, M. D. Physician & Surgeon Office1 Hours. 8 to 10a. m.; 1 to 2 '' p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m. WAILUKU, MAUI. WILLIAM PETERS, M, D. Physician & Surgeon Laiiaina Maui. Dr. JOHN WEDDICK, WAILUKU. Office Hodrs: 9 to 10 A. 31., 2 to 4 r. ji., ll to 8 P. 31. Hospital 10 a. sr. DR. ROB'T DINEGARJi Physicia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 20 December 1902

flfoaiit (Hews PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Office, UAILEY BLOCK, ain St. WAILLKl, MAUI, T. H. '' SUBSCRIPTION KATES One year, (in advanc-O . $2.50 Six months. 1.50 Too columns of 'he News admit communlca-ti-ron ou ii;rtiuenl topics. Write ouly on ouesUteol puprr. Sin your nmno which : mil lie hc:u c lDiiut'tiiitti li ai'Hirca. G. B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop M3S. C. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr. Saturday, December 20 Thcro is going to be extreme the Islands, in order to elect right and proper men to our local offices, when county government prevails. This intellisrent vote largely exists on the Islands, and is beginning to solidify. It should be increased however by the introduction of new blood from the States. This can be done by opening up government land and in ducing a farming element to seek our midst, as has successfully done at Wahiawa on Oahu. Like colonies should be encouraged to settle on all the Islands. Plantation managers could also help the thins? alonsr bv encourneincr while C3...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 20 December 1902

LOCALS Send jour job work to the News Job Offlce. : The Honolulu .Minstrels leave Maui this week. A hotel liquor license has been granted to the Maul Hotel. The road between Paia and Huelo suffered severely by the late s'.onns. The Kipahulu mill has not started up yet, but will do so in a few day?. Circuit Court at Luhaina complet ed its term and adjourned o.' Thurs day. A littio lynch law on Maui might possibly act as a mild preventive for hold ups. ' One week from today should see cable messages sent between Hawaii and the Coast. Now that money is available, steps should be taken to extend a drive way up Iao Valley. Haiti has abated on Maui, but the roads are still muddy from last week's soaking. Now is the time to set out your three-pronged lime, orange, mango and alligator pear cuttings. Buy your (Jhristinaa presents at Paia Plantation Store. They have a large and elegant assortment. Next Thursday is Merry Christmas, and the News extends hearty Christmas greetings to its readers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 20 December 1902

if H. '- Ifibfi:' im .n i I Btafione ry OF ALL KINDS can be had at the cfiicc of the PUBLISHED WEEKLY and Wo also havo a complele and up-to-date lino of Jo.b Type and are pro pared to do FINE ' ARTISTIC PRINT ' Letter leads Bill Meads Statements Envelopes crrniiiimAc s Cards r-n fill .ars St All works executed in a' foreign Island News fX- NEAT and.j I SATISFACTORY MANNER c? "Vhen in need of Printing of any kind GIVE US A CALL THE t Maui News lie Han Qi Hawaii LIMITED. Incorporated Under tlio Laws of the Republic of Hawaii. CAPITAL 0000,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94 Chas. M. Cooke .President P. C. Jones. . v Vice-President C. II. Cooke.'...' Cashiei F. 0. Atlicrton. . . . Assistant Cashier directors Henry Watorhousc rom May, F. W. Macfarlnnc, E. D. fenny, J. A, McCnndlcss. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. Ordinary and Term Deposits ro eived and Interest allowed in ac cordance with rules and conditions printed in pass books, copies of winch may bo had ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 27 December 1902

4 ,'vv VOLUME VI WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 902. NUMBERS r, CSr.- PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS o. w, ASHFORD t. Attorney & Counsellor at Law HONOLULU, HAWAII. JOHN RIOHARDSQf Attorney at Law , . A V..&Tvm a DrTtiT 1r1" .W" L AH A IN A, . . MAUI ANTONIO P. TAVARES Attorney at Law and Notary Public. MAKAWAO, MAUI J, M, KANEKUA Attorney and Counsellor at Law,. Onicoi Occidental Hotol, cornor of King and Alafcca Streets. HONOLULU, T. II. P. N. KAHOKUOLUNA Attorney at- Law & Notary Public LAHATNA MAUI DANIEL H. CASE 1 AttorneyIat Law Rooms BOS-MH, StaiiGemvuld U'lfl'g, IIosoLulu A. N. HAYSELDEN ATTORNEY AT LAW AND; NOTARY PUBLIC General Business & Collection Agent LAHAINA, Telephones MAUI. PHYSICIANS WILLIAM PETERS, M, D. Physician & Surgeon Laiiaina Maui. Dn. JOHN WEDDIOK, WAILUKU. Office Hours: 9 to 10 A. 31., 2 to 4 p. at., 7 to 8 r. 3i. HosriTAL 10 A. M. DR. ROB'T DINEGAR'l Physician & Surgeon' Puunene Maui W. F. McCONKEY, M. D. Physician &am...

Publication Title: Maui News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Maui news. — 27 December 1902

PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY Office,'. 13 AILliY BLOCK, Kais St. W AILLKl, MALI, T. H. SUBSCRIPTION KATES One year, (in advance) ... $2.50 Si months, 1.50 Tbo columns or 'ho News dinit conraiumca ti ms on purl incut topics. Write only oo onexUloof paper. Sin your name which will bo held cnilldeutial if desired. G. B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop. MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr. Saturday, December itfi Of course the United States interfere iu Venezuelan affairs, but of the allies according to telegraphic dispatches, in wantonly des straying the Venenuelan navy, will fingers tingle. Had England collect a debt, it does not seem reasonable that, tliey would have adopted such drastic measures. If thej hope to render Venezuela uuable to pay the deot, by plunging her into an expensive and desolating war, and then claim part of tne country as eoinpensa tion.they must understand that they will have the United States to reckon with. If they only want their money, the United States should advance it an...

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