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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 November 1900

y ' J&M The Union Express Co., Office with EyeninglBulletin. 210 King Street Telephones 80. Wo tnovo safes, pianos and furniture. We haul froight and lumber. Wo sell black and white sand. Wo meet all incoming coabt steamers, wo check baggage ou all outgoing steamers. V. LARSEN, Manager. G. H. Brown 5 SANITARY PLUMBER, Is now open for business on street, between Fort and Alnkon streets. Estimates intule on everything in the plumbing line. Phone MATNT 48. FRED HARRISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Attended to THE fl. Harrison Mill Go. Ltd Kuwniahao Street, Kewalo. MILL WORK IN ALL ITS BRiKDHES. IVlenuono "Whit 121 : P.O. Box 552 Orders Solicited. Prompt Service. Ohia Wood For Sale. In nuy quantity. Apply to V. O. AOHI.fc CO.. 10 West King Street. July 30 1900. Astor Boise Restaurant & Alakca Streets. Meals served at all hours. First class in every detail kK f AH CHUCK. Proprietor. r2g!FJl&$?V ;t"w - -7- JtiAiKE1 - 't9v. wviigi; Bfl H THE BOKOLTJLTJ EEPtJBUGiJr, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 November 1900

A 1 I x)rv il uftSrJte ' y SRT1' I flBM .t. m c (iir. i bibs cut a; iu; cu rr J Frascisco at C o'dock y- wl irrkl all niht takinz oati aad rot away zx soon as it mi aboard. When i4m? left e had a bavy list M tru a tk cwd tatn in bad not been trhsawoi. TV fart that she took k mmrk UmAa p-op to brieve she wilt do ercrtfeiw; in hr jxmer to make up time iHHwn kere imI the Golden Gate. For tb m time in many years the Obimt Mt tkrec day behind rchedule ttaH m1 ker officer thought it pretty hard Hhws that after all their huttlinj: to mmL repair and get through kxw f time thy were detained at Yokohama at Ike last minute and Iot ttre day. There has been a rumor to tbe eflVct that when the new Pacific Mail won- Itcildins are put on tle run the China will letweca lfre and San Francixt k with the three new Oceanic MMHr which ar to cut the time the roast ami Honolulu to five and n blf tkiys. Nothing to substantiate tWk report can le hut it is proi14e that now that the mail company Uh kw? into di...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 November 1900

-.v '-!' i 'r"5v i- - -?- - "V "' -e ," 1 c .." r &. v THE HOXOLTILT? SZFUBLI0JL5 WESSBStk XOTJQtBEB 7, 1MO. JSJ Y i- 1 & EX HELENE Salmon Bellies, Mackerel, Holland Herrings, Armour's $ Fresh Cereals lameles, an Camp's 1 A Full Line I and Biscuits i Freeh Chocolate Bacons, Etc Etc. Beans, Spiced Peaches of Crackers Bonbons and Candied, Hams, 5 , SALTER Tel. 6S0. Orpheum The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables Side Boards Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. Ltd. -KWE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A. LARGE SHIPMENT OFOr Trucks, Drays, Dump Wagons, Dump Carts, Farm Gears, Express Wagons and Delivery Wagons. nu) -y " 4y' ' 1 ! DAY BLOCK SUPERIOR ANIMATING BERETANIA STREET BEVERAGES OOL.D LUSCIOUS CARBON A rED FOUNTAIN DRINKS (SODA WATER) NUTRITIOUS DELICIOUS REFRESHING IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE PERFECT Great Variety of Flavors No...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 November 1900

CONSTITUTIOXIL UV AND EXPMSiQH1 POLICY IContiaoed Irons Third Pas. Do not the tint come c cifirrw ! L"ioJ Sltttct Do ibe Utter k tbfir character dUxES of the Gcited States bj eslcratinf frosa the states of tbeir Into tfc territories o ac quired, a&d because k acquired tonjr ;rfin c the United Stele. Let u ibis fr a awart astJ we what Is t!te runifqegnce ef hoWlnr that tbey air m ! ! Ererl a citfiii 1 aQ U lisritatKMMS and raardt of the ( Ortala thine are fey tfco The n wWch frami tar Constitution tiiouckt UmI ike frwdow. bappioe asd m unty of Jhe "j4e f ta United States . r t b a efffctBftlly promoter! by tbe r.tfMM khi tbc iwer of the wWr H taMe" as by power . h it cfTHL They coDidred " t tbre wre rmaia lowers tbe Ci'irmmat af a fr kIjouW not I-. m4 therefore Incorporated ivniiB Mtaiialiotet in tbe Constitution Tbe of tbe United State are twver in the eserelse of no authority pphI is oonsre. For asmpl. in CMMtilHtion that all ':.. inom and exeisv bnll le MitnraUxAtion nnd -bank...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 November 1900

Member Honolulu Stock Excbaafe. 9 STOCK AND BOND BROKERS Money Loaned on Sugar SeGUrtties j. t t t t t t 407 FORT Walking Skirts . . Just What Yoif .Want for the Itainy Weather. New Golf and Are Suitable Apparel for Any Kind of Weather. Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. Showerproof Ladies' -:- RainGoats Willi detachable Capes. They are light weight and contain no Rubber. Nothing better for this climate. (Jmbrellas For Ladies' and Gentlemen. From 65 cents upwards. French Gretonnes Coverings. Fine Damask ToxVels 25c, 3 for $1.00 and 50c each. Fine Organdies In beautiful French designs 6 yards for $1.00 Lipstairs Department Ready made Pillows, Silks, Capes. Millinery Department Trimmed Hats From $2.00 to &00 d&&rsjAn STREET J U Bicycle - Skirts JP O and Furniture Tops, Corticelli Em- 4 r -i Store Manager Telephone .846 STREET. City Furniture H. H. WILLIAMS, Love Building, Nos. 534-636 FORT F. HALSTEAD.' A newiliae ofBABLBS' OIUBS, CRADLES and CAIUUAOES. Parl...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 November 1900

HILO, THE RAINY. A Four Stray Notes From Big Hawaii's Capital. Vem the Ilito Tribune. The Trillion; publihhe this k the irowrnwuiit, spyclGwitious for sidewalks. The government pajs for the advertisement (pnuniaWy) and the people pay for the sidewalks. This is known as division qf lalor and should satisfy every-Ono. Mr. C. C. Kenuedy and son, with MIsmm) McMillan and L'eatve, left by yesterday's Klnau en route for the coast. Mrs. Kennedy will spend the winter in California, where she will be joined by 31 r. Kennedy in the spring. There. seem to lie intlyencw at wurk iu the Portuguese voting relative to the senatorial ticket. trtin lders workine for Desha and others for Lwlienstein. It is to bo hoped this dement of the Republican voting strength will unite on the straight ticket. The, imh' liilo friends of Captain Chirk of the Kiunu were pleased to see liltH lmck acaiu on his regular run last WcJuomIhj. Tlte Captain ha Iteen kept 1r Honolulu for some time owinp to a painful Injury to...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 November 1900

swi fy7! TvnSwfx it- --Nr "V-" V"5 v -$ X T I v THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLiniE 3, NO. 130, HONOLULU, K T., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1900. PRICE FITE CENTS HUE AND EMI Tarrant & Co.'s Drug House Scene of Disaster. TWO BLOCKS OF BUILDINGS BURNED GREAT LOSS OF HUMAN LIFE IS FEAP.ED, AND BODIES BEING FOUND. Explosion Probably Due to Spon taneous Combustion in Work of rind- ing the Dead. NKW YOHK. Oct. 2!). A fire which rigiaied In the great drug bouse of Tarrant fc Co., corner Warren ami Greenwich streets, today, caused an which shook the lower end of Manhattan Wand like an earthquake. It hurled a seven-story building into the air awl set fire to two blocks' of with a Jos of life that is "appalling. The Tarrant building was complete! filial with chemtenls. In resMnse to an n'arra, btf Ire company had just whea a terrific explosion occurred inf threw the entire engine crew down '!i. ntitirway. The tiremen, realizing the lniier f their itioii. rushed from tin ''iildln; t0 the street. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 November 1900

TfiK HONOLULU KUPOBLICAiN. Published Every Morning Kxccpt Monday th Root. Grieve Company. Limited. EDWIN S. GILL TELEPHONES. - EDITOR PrnJnaac OfSc .......slain 2181 BdtMtial Bos Main 123 Btamrti at the Poet OSce at IL T, as malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, fcy Carrier Oao Year, by Mali Six Month, by Mall Three Moots, by Mall or Carrier. S.OT 4.M 2.25 nOKOLULU, H. T, NOV. S, 1100. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Me T Vgmwcw 7.a Mtatauua Tmtsor iczrees. MtdMM Timirar g. sr. inniw mnr n S l 9 p. m, llMa Dnr IMtel tor U Dr -3 Wpaii H4tte HmlMtr WINDS. rt. ymiei. ua. POHBCAfT rOB TODi.T. Ucki foattmtir lr. more or lees chanty. Z.25.0XS FROM THEELETCION Th Mt of .Mr. Henry J fw the twilonal wnate. while to le de- owinr to the hUndinp of the man in ltiiM9 and mhtimI cirrles. is hut natural when the iolitieal eomdderntious are Taken into acnt. The republicans of tw repreiutiv district, in the jmrty primarfe last September, declared agataat the nominatkMi of .Mr. for A. V. Gear wi the itltofee of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 November 1900

k Pacific Import Co. Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street :SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY:- Muslin Underwear Sale WE have just opened 3 case of Mnslin Underwear for Ladies, Misses, and Children. These goods were bought from one of the largest Eastern manufacturers at special low prices. See our window display. W E have just opened 1 caie of Jlen's Umbrellas Paragon Frame, steel rod, 23 in ches, in silk, for" $1.25. This is the best value ever offered. Ladies' 26 inch Silk Umbrellas from $1.25 up. All the better grades. TAFFETA Silks, heavy quality, in all I shades. Special at 83 cents. ladies' Wrappers if Jul The Uiiion Express Go., Office with EveninglBulIetin. 210 King Street -:- -:- Telephone SG. We move sares, pianos and furniture. We haul freight and lumber. We sell black and white sand. We meet all incoming coast steamers, wo check baggage on nil outgoing steamers. w LARSEN, Manager. G. H. Brown, SANiTAkY plumber, Is now open for business on Merchant street, between Fort and Alnk...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 November 1900

Wjs,,. .. 4 i wai steamer day. Nlr all tt week of the fleeo "ailed ye- - - - rtttktr nifw. 1 a oaj ta. Tfce Kiiwwi. ftwaaiawl rf Cairtaia I'arVr f Uw .Mai. ft lat. a? -Ok- was keM for tfe hmiI, aa1 t1k Manaa Ia abw Rot away a little aftvr the aailioc tia - Tb AlaBwda. whirii Mt .aw late on tfe morninr of the 1st. off t barter a Ilttl aooa. karinr ataA? tbr ran in six oars and taw boar. Sbf was lat in kavins .Saa FraoHo on aot of latens of A mail. At mWofeht on Um: 31m Wt th wharf awl when mmr Akaira ianrf bad to aiirtwr on crooM of a bavy foe dvh. SIk? staywl iJwrt ontil S lb tw'st monilnc ami a tin- foe lifl a bit ste asain. ruril afr tb Hsbthit vra. jmrnrni . wat coin: I"1 !low. For a col of days the lat lind xery roosb wtht?r ami on of tWe rrnat of in trie cmMm It . rather MnfomfortaWf 1V lant four lnys of the trip, however. Men- very pleasant and by all. The freicht eaimclty of the Ataw.la fc erowile.1 to it. fullest ami half a earpo wjjs left on the wharf in San as then was no ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 November 1900

A 3 1 V s 0 'f -- 'V y.mat EX HELENE Fresh Cereals Salmon Bellies, Mackerel, HollandIerringH, Armour's Tamales, Van Camp's Beam?, Spiced Peaches " A Full Line of Crackers and Biscuits Fresh Chocolate Bacons, Etc., Etc. I SALTER &, WAITY Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX Furniture anil Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables Side Boards Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories .. 1 1 i imiJ1p.,, I, . ..,' rntwiticrutrjtgj mnMO.'"xi;iKpaa. f "",. -iii."- r PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. Ltd. E HAVE Trucks, Drays, Dump Wagons, Dump Carts, Farm Gears, Express Wagons and DAY BLOCK SUPERIOR ANIMA"riIM( BEVERAGES CARBONATED FOUNTAIN DRINKS (SODA WATER) NUTRITIOUS DELICIOUS REFRESHING IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE PERFECT Great Variety of Flavors Novelties Added Frequently Our Vichy a Special Feature Natural Fruits Our Own Selection Our Ice Cream "par Excellence" the Finest FOUNTA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 November 1900

o DAY OF THE SCROOHER j RIG OH BIG VESSELS f ho w, tike has chaxgsd the ORIGINAL LATEE2.' TO MODERN" SAIL. One Weakness of Schooner Rij Which Still Keeps the Square Bij in Use Frean Watr Vessels. t In MKknt Owe ail craft were Jatwn JripBHiI rip tiD te and iractkl ,Mk for smfl rebels tbHB vnfitted far1wflb A fcrtK pnw farmer tH chane! ia fhaf lesiajr a . mwiB Jriaw: "from Its forward end. wMcfa allowed tbe yard to riso from Lh deck. Jn tfcfc Mas of der4opai?nt it ha" becom the aul now utM on Malar praac and pirogue. Thw jmsha1 awl the lonp, aleader yard fbort&wl to a r,MMtll epir. tfc mil recehed more bolxt the IormU whs ewrfved. Krom ttoif will gprons two Ow'sqttare AH of lb Vlkiuz ship and.' Utr. tbe naaw4i. though familiar, form oA a lb princiiM hail of MjliPOMra aad ieop the first best, in rootling before the wind, the other best ' in larking tbe gqaare Mil obtainm? var in lan? tumms from its convenience of huWliMS aloft, the schodner mil until lately relecated to small craft...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 November 1900

Y A I. 'I : t t J" t $ WILL.VKD E. BROWN. Member Honolulu Stock Exchange. F. HALSTEAD. STOGK AND BOND BROKERS Money Loaned on Sugar Securities rort stfre:e:t Walking Skirts Just What You Want for the Rainy Weather. " -G- New Golf and Are Suitable Apparel forAny Kind of Weather. 1". tiUgMta& ss M. E. Kiilean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. ,T ,, , , ,, S Showerproof Ladies' -:- Raincoats With detachable Capes. contain no Rubber. climate. Onibrellas For Ladies' and Gentlemen. From 65 cents upwards. FrenGh Gretonnes and Furniture Goverings. ?. H B J t4 W '-4 (, Bicycle Skirts - , , ., , .. ,. .. ., .. i. . i- i iT TT -- TI tTl tT T 5 V They are light weight and Nothing better for this! Towels and 50c each. Organdies for $1.00 Department Tops, Corticelli Em- Department to 3.00 ifD ! K'-CH-H' Store Manager : : : Telephone, 846 STREET. , 35 . 4f CRADLES and CABRIAOE& ?. Fine Damask 25c, 3 for $1.00 Fine In beautiful French designs 6 yards (Jpstairs Ready made Pillows, Pillow broide...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 November 1900

j r &j .. - t. - THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, XOYEUB&R S, 1900. v NEWS WORTH READING L. B. KERR & CO., LTD., have much pleasure in announcing- that they have been successiul in purchasing at their own price a large portion of the stock of L. 0. Thompson & Co., 898-800 Broadway, N.Y., who made an assignment for the benefit of their creditors, on September 16. Our MR. KERR happened to be in New York at the time tin's stock was sold; but he had already purchased largely when this opportunity presented itself. Notwithstanding this he made an offer for poods suitable for this market which was accepted. We are now in a position to offer the finest stock of Dry Goods ever brought to Honolulu at prices never known before and probably will never be heard of again. There are bargains in eery Department of this extensive stock. The following are only a few of the Leaders: DRESS DEPARTMENT Cotton Challies Beautiful patterns, fast colors &5 yards for $1 American Shirtin...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 November 1900

THF f, J(, ' SprfliMiMlli! J M$M - -- - -St,'. '- t9 jiaaaWAfftu eswr .t, jiksb Wfi ,aat.X:r ti.4Je&. - r fr .V. ov THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. j'i i VOLUME L NO. 131, HONOLULU, H. TL, PRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 19001 PRICE FIVE GENTS If t ; i CUES DOWNING ON Ml MURDER Testimony of George Pahu Occupies the Day. EYENTS BEFORE THE STABBIN6 COUBT AND JUJRY VISITED THE SCENE OF THE HOMICIDE YEBTEBDAY. Story of the Owner of the Place Where George Poai Received Hit Death Wound No Second Trial. The trinl of Charles Downing upon the charge of murdering George Poai last March by stabbing in now on before a jury in the circuit court. Tlje most of the day yesterdnj was in the examination of George Pahu. n witness for the territory, nod when court adjourned in the afternoon his direct evidence was imK all in. Beside, this the events of the trial yesterday consisted in the completion of tin- jury iu the morning nnd n vWt by the court, jury, attorneys and prisoner to the wne of the homicide in the sfte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 November 1900

k H THE HOXOLULC REPUBLICANS. Published Every Morning Except Sunday by ths Robt. GrieTc Company, LImircd. , EDWIN S. GILL - - - 5EDITOR . , i TELEPHONE--. Basinets Offiee. .: ..llalajSIS Editorial Rooms f.Main"123 Entered at the Post Office at "Honolulu, 1L T., as second-class maiL ? SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier ? .75 One Year, by Mali.. S.OO Six Months, by Mall , 4.W Three Months, by Mall or Carrier. 25 HONOLULU, H. Tn NOV. 9. VjQO. WEATHER YESTERDAY. M'ah iJocix. MMMtxm Jem-. Vaxlmaib Temralii K. Argmt. -39 ; ) p. n. Brw Point Xar Ui Djr .I ' VMS Hebttlie HuinMkj ii. WrfDS. fvmth Wt. il ' rOKBCAST FOR TODA.T. Llcfes trlr inI and cloudr; polb)y rata b: tMrumelr W IT'S THE TRUTH THAT HURTS. "ItV th truth that hurts." That is what U the matter right now with the Advertiser and its owner, Mr. L. A. Thuntfots. Is Mtyiw; what it did about the result of the election Wednesday mornin; Tlie Mkl nothing hut whnt was absolutely true, and the owner of the and very other man in Ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 November 1900

i " i" i I! T "XV . -n. . THE HOKOLTJLTJ REPUBLICAN, PRTDAX, XOYEMBEB, 9. 1900. . HPPOITS TIE PISiTM W. E BIVENS Pacific Import Co. OF mum JBIIEIS KEAL ESTATE We Have Tails HONOLULU, Day Appelated OCTOBER rftk. WHAT AX XXPOBTZK SAYS STOCKS AND BONDS Incorporated. about womr or E. O. HALL & SON, Fort Street All bland Stocks Boukt aa Sold Progress Block, oa ConiiniMioQ. Crura promptly Sole for :5EE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY; Muslin Underwear Sale WE have juat opened 3 case of Maslin Underwear for Ladies, Misses, and Children. These goods were bought from one of the largest Eastern manufacturers at special low prices. See our window display. w E have just opened 1 case of Men's Umbrellas Paragon Frame, steel rod, 28 in ches, in silk, for 1.25. This is the best value ever offered. Ladies 26 inch Silk Umbrellas better grades. Ladies' Wrappers- -., Jim ft The Union Express Go,, Office with EvenlnglBulletin. 210 King Street -:- -:- Telephones SG. We move safes, pianos aud furniture-. Wo haul ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 November 1900

.THE HONOLULU RtPUBLlCAX Published Every Morning Except Man-day br tns Robt. Grieve Publishing Company. Limlred. jt EDWIN S. GILL - & EDITOR,! TELEPHONED t Busings Officer.-..--e.....Hain 21J Editorial Rooms Main"123 Entered at the Post OSce at "Honolulu, H. T., as mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ear Month, by Carrier $ .75 One Year, by Mall.- S.00 Six Month, by Mail , KM Three Months, by Mail or Carrier. 25 UGNOLULU, n. T, NOV. 9, iw. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Mau j Ustt. UAXtmam ToirAiiin M 'rzrrrr. Hawi r 27 ttlp m. "Kum rmnt tor Ue Dr . J M ras IUIUTe HcinWKr . WINDS. VTmI, 1 to . - rOKECAST rOK TODXT. I4sfct wind isd ltH!r: pIMy Tita but barcasAtor I rWnc. IT'S THE TRUTH THAT HURTS. "If the truth tbnt hurts." That is what l the miUT right now with the Atlvrrti and ha owner, .Mr. L. A. ThurMou. In wiying what it dkl about the result of the eleetion Wedneday morning The RopMfetimn Hhl nothing lut what wan absolutely truo, and the owner of the d every other man in Honolulu ViMWK that the f...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 November 1900

-. .fcsmy "t "Ts." -AT. I ll i 1 IlijiUjff I ill ,tmmmmmii1!mnmiii F- ''jti)i .. w ij.m 'njiijmiii MjlHiHto, ni. - s' V THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, JBIDAT, NOVEMBER, 9, 1900. r aurora tie mm W. E BIVENS Pacific Import Co. OF UHIUI JHIEIS REAL ESTATE We Have This HONOLULU, Day Appointed OCTOBER rflb. ijoo. WHAT JUT XXPOBTXK SATS STOCKS AND BONDS Incorporated. about womx or dius. E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd. Fort Street All Island Stocks Boackt mad Sold Progress Block, oa Commission. Oram prosaptiy Sele iaiwiui :5EE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY: -Sf' f Muslin Underwear Sale WE hare just opened 3 case of Muslin Underwear for Ladies, Misses, and Children. These goods were bought from one of the largest Eastern manufacturers at special low prices. See our window display. w E have just opened 1 case of Men's Umbrellas Paragon Frame, steel rod, 28 in ches, in silk, for $1.25. This is the best value ever offered. Ladies' 26 inch Silk Umbrellas from J1.25 up. All the better grades. TAFFETA Silks, heavy qua...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 November 1900

IHSUROENTS SHOW THtt THEY CM FIGHT XETACHKENT OF REGUXASS HAVE A. SEVEB.E " ft GAGESIEST. TJeserter Frost Begii ment Capturtd Near Arayat , Hall's Expedition En- , -counters Hardships. MANILA. Oct. US. White Moating amr Le, a aVtacfcoMBt of tin? Twentieth aai regiment nsder Ca tain Betder wk attacked br 400 anted whlTrfSeS. mfder f a whit man who" nationality In mk kwawa t tk Amerfcaas. The In tMrznmt for tke inet tart were in trcaetteo. After a heroic flsht Captain Itiefcr draw enemy, killiai more than The Ifoat lasted for two Bears. Curtain liiecler ami three were sttsatty wounded and two f tk Anerimnjf were kilted. Am drammnt took place October '-Mill fcetwmi tlftarhtnetiu of the Third eavwlry and lb Thirty-third volunteer Infantry, nmnberim; "A aad a force of -100 riiemoa and 1,000 14mh. The fichtitt? rw (lepra te. ilaally. under pressure of overwhelminc immfot. rbe American wtre romiIId t retire on .Varrkan. Lieutenant George J. lOWr and foor pnTatn were killed, nine vowmM aad ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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