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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 July 1900

afc 80SOLTLT RWTBttC&S. Punched Seo Moratag Exuspt Moa Myr lay dte BW- Critu ttgOoaaaany iamce. i EE . N HILL, - EDITOK. I i iKLEPllOHES: j ' 4" " j I3IS j a. - the Ftatt Qce mi la insiL N KATES: , " r r Kcnlh. iv Ca ' o Yr, - Kail . H! S 0 j K. tAigtite .? Ma 4 TBWJfll f. by" - earner- S 25 ! t SW?. ittt . ! tram Ilf H " . L I " " ,. ,. ,, v u:u. . v. . " Py'tE i. tiii. !K.w -a &:OTP iu Hawaii to jj;o';istbftttfHTitt&a law. This 13 iieu.i 1 f the Terri-- ap JbtM?cscctrE5i5al4"j: "sSU !Uiv3 US bceB ,ai iticn Tt . 'kt fcarcl ebsertrd tiTfty frt t Rortiartt mc c .'t ftrce. bJt 'tlhafiwnlMl'Tiri m ir ovar sl.aaramm naiuua&k) " I ' '.' . T- - . , t "JIT th T.'tioi iitc'1 r B- Tr--5- fev these Inda, so as i.) t'S. '.jttaSHP WP"- p :u iif 4 .cn; f "ie Vtnmff zdr9t jn nff hons W v WW tefetJ -' (V,'""43rMJfng r" to r m r . .tjk.i i: i.ivmu nii uun.in MM9IS9M ' i-'- -' " , t ! l on - .i JSfr. , JfeiM"' ! 'ltW a h:" n;.jvXJJif ( ":toty teeisicii U3BSTafc.qHpl1i hU ti TbTJ;rst ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 July 1900

- i '.'' --":? - -& '8- 22B HONOLULU ItSPGBMOil GBAT. JOLr 3, ISs). unegiwwrgicgse auwxa wa .- W 38SBI IB CMC!!!. XIA AGHS GA2TLSTTAISS0r:r - EiWAEAS SI.SCTSIC PUUTTi. ?:47 oT ar, Ga IdfeUis sad ZAaett Amxuzt a Bectru&l Mr. .V. Gartitr, Trtw receatly tool: the caaageowBt of tfe Hawaiian Bkctric Owapaay, vac a at his rssMeaee creator sud :kl la sire The Re- ; ublicaa a as to tke plans J cf bis iB He sM: ,? "I ha Wn aay ia th States fjfccut three months purchasing for ti" r.!cTtrait of oar piaat. H5e have b .;rM a 2J0 kilowatt 'JM( the V,'. : in choose make and ss of ' to be made " the Union Iron Works of Saa This will a cross-cOtapoaa: - iMBfrteBsiag cap'ae. with aa eotiialy switch! oarA Ouite a Rac of the fJpctrtcal appliances aai in irr ha5ci. T1ww is a iarjre amount of new fee laarfctimrr ercing a!so, a reCrigeratiag laarattir coar !pt for a dally capacity Ot 75 tons, itvo now air jmsnps and lMUers. We will have to bnitd a boiler ?1 suppose this will remedy the dim- Jight ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 July 1900

ifc. '.Tatt4' t - A ?&. jDesjcrfrew la tic - ij' oT: Atlantic Arrival cf 2FK wSf - . feL the Xtnau and Clauilpe. depart- Jag a.dv sfcaui qf ttase, made peopl J- iiijWnniT 1 o'rtoef;UiBre jverejon Hi dntf Kt botfc tbs Ml- KtBaa"BSepartire brought . r. rmvd to the. .wharf. The It., r wb .enroled w(jh oxcuralon :! foJte goitfg (0 . ana iTV" frnthevetios. Sjfaowas delayed rr by hatinto The CUhjimdcjook ciiuosi u hut'- crowd as the Kinais, and i!l et a gr?t mstiy mora passengers, nt yrli ' arI Manl ports, who are going to JII , i f :fnd the nation's birthday. r M:kahaift. which -was to hare h . " . d ; t I teckrwas. laba. leaving. '&is th? trfclk a Jck passengers- .-2 "li..4.v mules for tho McBryde planta in. Stales dea like to -l 'hurriou.. .nc the re weie some insi weni. emu 'M,.; much agonal JJKfr.jvill. ,H w .- fun tf nfl th. thUimUlcs. Tk n Ore partis in 1 or.- .r, did act peem to sac i'ai of the tlflas, and. r. a were very eerlous in tholr not to da. hinriiiBt. "iiokoui, j....

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 July 1900

uu 1 .;-. - rfs;? xs 1 "-" Si'r i t w?"7 s laeJ .( tifcK M JlSOCltf 'X3 HGKOHFLU TCSsBaT, 5VTJ1 3, TffHfc, A KfeKsp5!paKaj5&Ksa?3S3ss?5S5sm'?a'g. li rri I ONE OF THE BEST I I 3 - I n JR. . A " !s feg 5 S .'i WHITE Places to get Groceries is at - -n rm :;fiE;iv'aris -s.-. Chamber Suits vi """.Jli .:ii&ZV - Telephone 680. me rorcer rarmw BETHEL AND HOTEL STEEETS IMPORTEllS AND DFALERS IX e tjb b ga 5 a h gcarlgug Go n . . ;: s& 1 tr mvi't i? r; 5 r -v M P3rNiriF'F5' BHWF 0 R S Tai itfwi ordering $ ; ll' CHAMPAGNE you are being served with a Superior Article of the f ; H same cost as' other Champagnes, for notwithstanding j. POMMBRY is sold at a Considerably higher figure r w ci iai oer lfines, it is generally retailed at ." " 7c same price. W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Sole Agents. BiRyiSQ ?. n 3 SIS EJUllUd 0A VUI SUGAR FAGTOS IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE. ltd. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Llpyds, AGENTS FOR Steamship Jjino, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. : : Norther...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 July 1900

fP if?j iii ks? t5Fa S v?99 ls"H " rari 133 iiSI 35? "3ia Ei3l V!l JCr HL.ECTRI . y- , - RMSbM fi 13 . m 'J i.ue"tacaaeaaeiWM "tras iswllBL,' ' yj ttaaHDMfti,. l'. , irrijooaag'J.xu' -i ' l'g ; vim. ::ji;tiJMJJA.gifSjij si njtja&ier? aaawg ' K3533 . '4' iii!3 -;. i: ; TfMi" -" 13 'teiJa iC5vJES8 SSSiSS' 23 CCWSr? ek: Ifc ii naif ifcJC.it - j i "inT grr? v2? .tes S253233 J ad 1 It m i ." !" I f. ; r 4 . ' jB5V :? Jli j 'i If - .' .-. -en-1 T . Jplp : SOWS CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO .VISIT THE MOST DELIGHTFT : ' '''' lv :. RESIDENCE SITE M HONOLULU I Pi yawMiMJhgMv.v V- -. JBf This tJaet -affords a Magnificent View of All Parts of the City, also icexiic and Views of xquisite Grandeur at every turn. C - K S" is nearing completion and it will only be a short time before the line is in ranniii; order. Having an independent power plant iwe are prepared to furnish Bights, !eat, or currrent for other purposes to all residents on this, tract at very reasona ble rates. . . ';' ': ' -- .-.-.-...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 July 1900

"-a;4 v .- JHuEimilCAfi ,fefej&5Jfl&Y 3,jS00j , , ? MMMM fm mSv r ffRUNGTUN $Y0;BLGGC jirm ($L(Q. I Jfe 1 OUR 3 YTflrtXrE iiPillill iff jHB lt Mfc.V.3 t 3 y IniKii Wfl ?nfMMf W- )TJ HAVE ARRIVED FHE ... EJT STYLES i if M VEW WSUFUiYQF f!EW LHS. tifsinifiiiiifiiiniitrniifflflflliiitifniinfiniiiiniiiiiilTinffiiiniiifftnnnifirlilliss rrvo -?..:- , 0URIS1 Manicuring, Shampooing, Sca!p Treatment, and Passaging. r!55. n. . KILLMP j . irMinir and BEaniouriae Tarlors under the supervision of Miss Airnes Smitt, Block HOTEL STREET bilk Wo have just opened, TV FJTO rn lAlk A - 9k EE4 f&M HHHB tfA W9 t' choioost and moat "Select." creations in Black and ' Silk Waists ever Displayed on the Hawaiian 1 1 Ail over .Laces. Wo feel that if you see t!iis Exhibit and resist you are beyond, n as thoy are simply works " art. Wash Goods. Our Stock in this is now cinpieto and is v. A wortJiy yoitr iaspeoliion. Mens5 Dept. In this Line We claim to lu the Loaders both in Price ah 1 Quality. Look ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 July 1900

h X fef , w -. .nrnm Vfr " 'pV v- 8 THE H0K0L13LXT HEPCBXICA3; TUKDAT, JELT 3, ISQQt .-'" -- . . . -V af S J - ' " n. -i- -. ? "u i FAIRCHILD'S 'AND r rx. Jlj. 1V1 v 7 & - i r - v i i i --1 -- Are for Bale at a-GEMS ON THE " fefiaagisss? pr: Corner : Jt&HstMr&T "? 1 "" Mm&asrysiskv "J, ft.4. - Tfc , 4 , i'V - 9- KSKR Who bought them at One-half Public at One-half their value. CORNE R THE SUIT AGAIHST H01I1HG. IT IS DISCUSSED BT THE CORPORATION. J wrlsdictlon of the Circuit Court Attacked Depositions of tho Officers of tho Hiowcra. Tho Wortbln&ton company has its action against L. B. Nutting, the latter refunding to the corporation $5,793.01, which the company charged belonged to it, and which it nllcges Nutting deposited to his personal account in tho Bank of Hawaii. In the case of C. F. Jenno vs. James Campbell and Thomas A. Pcttus, ft garnishee action, the defendant's attorney has filed :i motion that plaintiff be required to Rive security to pay the costs vf t...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 July 1900

' ' v "-Si S -at- SCBTi BfF' K JJ" Fv'? :"s- " ' " T i -"' v .- as THE TTfwwSf TTT T REPUBLICAN, VOLU3IK I, 20. 18 hoxoltjltj, m tl, iyedntsdat, jult 4, isoo FRIGE TTVB CEKTS HAWAII IS IEPIBLICM. Col1 apse of the Independent and fcie Movement: KOliAIA'S ORGANIZATION. NATIVES FLOCKING TO THE GRAND OLD PARTY'S STANDARD. Only Six Outspoken Democrats in tlM W. Smith Favored for Chairman of Committee. H. U Hotetato, that sturdy raa, tnm Kotola, Hawaii, is In tows. Mr. BlRtrt w temporary secretary of & late Republican Territorial He is a member ot the Republic, n Territorial Committee and a pr candidate for Senator on the Re pu jJUan ticket from the Second Dia-tri. luring the day of the republic Mr. H.Mcln represented the district in the opfwr houhe, defeating Alexander Yc'in. latr Minister of the Interior. for th position. The vote was a tie, bwf ibe Supreme Oowrt. on a roeount of "if Lullotb. declared Holatein elected by f tit majority. "Kohala " said Mr. Hotoieia to a reporter last...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 July 1900

iK'Si i - -?4 -' J1 "?.'7! '$ , ' -, THF. HONOLTTLTJ REPCBLICA1S, VJNJB3)AT, JULY 4, 190X v.a .. A 4rSsltoriWJIWiiwiiqyMC HOMJL8U! HBP0BL1CLNV ;-a Bwy Horateg Eieept the JWlK. Grierc Publishing Omywqr. Limited. iX S. GILL. -.EDITOR. TEUEPfiOKKS: OSce Hooais fj at ti' Post Offloe at Hono- ON RATBS: ;h. by ? -- by SQO r mi. by M ... " w Tra V.'.JJ'hS, '-. . or Carrier. !S BOi'iLUU H JTJLYLlKa. A XSA1EFLZ TO FOLLOW. TIM Xtt"hli rf the District of Kobe), Hawai i..ie Kt ax exawfrie to the natlr of saBf3attkw titoftbeir toetbren f tbi Jtlur districts of the Territory will to eU to foUow, and follow at ette. As Mir. H. L. Hofstain yelRfai oat in published ';! sstotswf Aotom of to-days tje BesoMteftM of Ms district tMwfaOt ttr Uw Territorial tootxaalae before the? began work. -v ' L"fer Uw'ligaOB of Mr. Holsteln s mbcr W t&e Territorial committee from that district, a district 'eonTCrtUon was called early, in June ad'ts vork of organization at once Inaaaiumted. The district was divided ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 July 1900

e&gfflriiit)iijaj,rt.Mli, iiiiiiiBMiw,ii StNiMWW A- THE HONOLULU BEFUELlGlK, TVEDXESlT, JULX 4, 1900. ommtmm' m z J. .V H. V Jfc AMNESTY OFFERED TO THE XNSTJBGS2TTS. WASHINGTON. Jcae L The War Department hzs made public the notice of cmnestr. "wfclch fcsHttl by Gasersl SlacArtfcar tOHlay st Manila: "NOTICE 07 A5JNE3TY. - "Manila, Jne It. ISW. By the declaration of the President of the United States; tbe aedefsicaei aasoances amnesty -pith caapiate Immanity for tte past &nd steoicts liberty of action for the fatare to sii penoni who are no?, or at any time flaee February 4, 1S53. Iiave bees ! against the United Stairs in either a military or a dfvll capacity, and shall within a period of SO toys from the date hereof formally renounce all connection with such ' IsMrrection. and subscribe a declaration acknowledging and accepting the eererelgnty sad authority of thp United SttUe in and orer the Philippine Isl ands. "The privilege herewith published is extended to alt concerned ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 July 1900

- The Hyde has made scsae of the bast records ever made by American sailing vessels, and Captain McCkrad. who supervised the picking of his crew, and got a good one, has every hope of winning onL THE CAKONDELET. The captain of the Caroadeiet concluded to all at very short notice last night, and backs were sent scarrylag around for Shipping Cotnarisehrar Porter Boyd after be had closed his office, for the ship's articles. Captain Stetson succeeded, with the aid of the tatted States Sailors' Home, in getting a crew yesterday, and decided that, as the Fourth was ahoct here and usually celebrate on the nation's birthday, be had better get to so before the festivities began. The ship was leaking a good deal, too, and that was another reason why the skipper wasted to go to sae. before the men fooad out the large amoeat of work to be done at the pumps. The CerondeletMa. ijond for the sound in ballast ' " "' y c - ALMOST jOTySPf. , The schooner Rcsaaond sailSS Jane IT from San Francisco for...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 July 1900

s Sa a is sa 2 sa g& 3 a && k es ps I Oranges, . Lemons, a EX WSTRILII 2 if I I Oysters, i Season, 3 2 -Etc., BtcJ' I ' -' 1 F 2 ! a a t mrm jp DiiUIjIl (Xi JS Up-to-Date Grocers, 2 ieie(jiiuic uuu. jj 5"pr?ar4i5ap?aarjisxrasaRraiaP5icsP5?2!!a The Porter Furniture Go. BETHEL AND HOTEL STBEETS jt IMPORTERS AND Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables Side Boards '- Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories 2 DON'T FORGET POMMERY J; flc &ctigr served with W- mc cos as ofVcr Champagnes, jor notwithstanding g POMMERY is sold at a considerably higher figure .- cr c5d than other wines, it is generally retailed at J , the same price. l :- W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Sola Agents. in SUGAR FACTORS IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE. COMMISSION AGENTS FOR Lloyds, Steamship Lino, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpool. The UNION GRILL An Experienc...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 July 1900

4 R 5 j y r XI iS' 4 4 The following are a BOULEVARD" called TH icy a A TER 13DE HONOLULU MffCKJCAIT, WEDNESDAY, JULY 4, 1900. 6 li)WiJMJI it t" I T i ii niMiii m i up i H i ir wmi II m iiiii Mi'i1 tAAMBMTiTiM"TT"MlTTiilMT"MWftwMIWftBiMtMBMBttBftttBBtBNB , ri ': ' Hlilt1 ' ' m - - HONOLULU'S IDEAL SPOT FOR HOME BUILDERS. , - '.o;i Gradual' ascent from: the city-to; height of eight-hundred and sixty-seven feet above the sea level. KAIUL ANI DfRIVE " t v -:. ;: .-.? v. AND MARVELOUS VIEW OF HONOLULU AND THE MIGHTY PACIFIC, what have already mentioned. A magnificent few of the many advantages together with we m ?- it i :fcr.v Winds around the property and touches every block, leading off Kaiulani Drive are avenues and lanes. is in abundance on. Pacific Heights. Our water supply gushes from a Mountain Spring eight hundred feet above the level of the city. This water has been pronounced the best for Drinking and Domestic Purposes suplied to any section of Honolulu, being absolutely v ;r ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 July 1900

TSe (T&MUNGTON &lW BLOCK Jig HAVE kRRIVED I 1 1 urrtrf Styles ! lSllMOWOiSCWl? 3s.z o1 : . :iaow MrufY of rew Lcss.g smnnnmni ' s p iffJBE, 7TV ni TOURISTS As well as our home people can get the very latest Paris and New York Styles in Hairdressing At my Parlors. Our other specialties are iVSanicunng, Shampooing, Scalp Treatment, ., . and Massaging. tt!55. M. E. KILLED flrarosBlnp and Manicuring Parlors under the supervision of 2Iiss Agnes Smith .r&uKlon Block lVr 8 1 !""a v Se WEEK HOTEL STBEET Waists. We have just opened, and will place on sale tlie Sli$icosl aiitl most " Select" creations in Black and Oolortti Silk Waists over Displayed on the Hawaiian lsl ittfs. Ail over Laces. "Wo fool that if you see this Exhibit and resist you arc beyond as they are simply works of art. Wash Goods. Our Slock in this Department is now complete and is wolf-worthy your inspection. 'Mens' Dept. . In this Line We claim to be the Leaders both in Price and Quality. Look the Stock over an...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 July 1900

VTrVmrn mm cynrw ESE HOSOLtJLTJ BEPXJEIICA3, TVEDXESDAX, JULX 4, 190Ct . - v.r SfsK&ei, -S-"1'- 4' ft ? : F ti rsxjniuiJ fi o AND .- v .sL V- A. E. MURPHY & GO'S r Wonderful Bargains '- in 1 x Are for Sale z$ Sp Corner Lj SHOE STOCKS at Who bought them at One-half Public at One-half their value. CO RNER JK'INNES TO BE OUSTED. Cabinet nt Ottawa Discusses British Columbia Affairs. OTTAWA. Out, Juno 20. At Tuesday's meeting of the Cabinet, the position of the Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia was up for consideration. Lieutenant-Governor Mclnncs Has had four governments in two years. Two of Uiem wero dismissed, one with a majority at its back, and the other he refused to permit the Legislature to a meet. In order to sec where it stood. A solid vote of the Legislature was recorded against the election of Mr. Martin ss Premier, yet Lieutenant-Governor Mclnnos refined to obey this vote, and called upon him to form an administration, and afterward dissolved the Legislature to...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 July 1900

I Admiral Seymour's force is about 10 ' miles from It is surroondeo , iy Chinese troops and Boxers and ' uaiuyvieti ui me prepuce 01 sick &na ' wounded. It is reoortol that all for-' ' fifrnprs tafun ....... cr.nf fmm . PiVln iH ? 1 .DwV M... ..w... .U nAM ; weak fThlnpsu - nrard ,- . ...... am! !t .. fa ... ?hssjittw1 ... that they are with Admiral Seymour. One thousand Japanese are landing at Taku and 2000 more are expected tomorrow, when a battalion of French Is also due. The foreign admirals have appointed Commander "Wise, commander of the Monocacy, to be commandant at Tong Ku. MINISTERS LEAVE PEKING "UNDER CHINESE ESCORT. Washington, June 27 The Chinese Minister. Mr. Wu. ame to the relief of the newc situation this morning, with a despatch coming in a round-about from Pekfn. The Minister's news appears to have been anticipated unofficially so far as it relates to the depaiture of the foreign ministers from Pekin. But the Importance of his message lies in the fart that it is...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 July 1900

I ci$V VOLUME X NO. 19 FEAR T-l itfa krw OF SIMEILS. cable MMftmgM from the Ffcr East today are to tor conflicting ia their tenor that almost nay desired view of the situation It tfedneibie therefrom. On te however, news is encouraging and it is safe to assume that VJce Admiral Seymottr and the legations. hetr together or separately, will ultimately reach a place of safety. locate the legatloners at riifSarftfaces. bat It seems agreed that they are safely away from Poking. The latest Shanghai report says Prince Tttau (the head of the Chinese foreign Office, and father of the he.'r ; .ipparent.) tms sent tae legatloners to an Fit wnder escort and adds that Siaa Pn will he the new capital in the of Peking being occupied by the international forces. It is thought at Shanghai that now Tien Tsin la relieved, the combined international forces will have no difficulty In reaching Peking, though it Is f pected R will be found that all th inreigners Dare already left. It is claimed that the r...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 July 1900

" rTu i ma mmPKhtz ) TTTP, HONOLULU EEF0BLICA5, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1900. u - THE HOXOLPLU KEP0BL1CAX. - Published Every Morning Except Monday by the Robt Griere Publishing Company, limited. EDWINS. GILL, - - - - EDITOR. TELEPHONES: Basin ess OSce 475 Editorial Booms....:". 123 Entered at the Post Office at Hono-, H. I., as second-class mail, SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Month, by Carrkic $ 75 One Year, by Mill SOfl Six Months, hy Mall 4 00 Three Months, by Mali or Carrier. 2 25 HONOLULU, JULY 5, 1900. ATffUSEaiENTS FOR THE MASSES PROHIBITED. The announcement that the Orpbeum Theater, is to close on Saturday night te to be regretted by every man who aostrw to see Honolulu progress. Just on year ago last Tuesday the present management took control of the ami in that time they have popular amusement for the people at popular prices. The Orpheum eeapany I composed of some of the foremost business men of Honolulu, and an endeavor has been made to a light class of entertainment that any man or ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 July 1900

A- FIRST FOURTH I ft I r. wv. -. nnv .Stall presided. Am overture, "fteil. White and Hint','" was playod by Uic Amateur londactrd ay Wray Taylor. - iter. Alex. Mackintosh offeretl the Onorfte B. McCIoIIhu, In a lar and pleasing voice, read the of Independence. Owe of the features of the exercises :ts the ainxiac of ly Miss Dell II. GrlswokL She ax in line otce. aud her BinKtag was loudly applauded, aw It deserved to be. Rev. Ww. M. Kineaid was llhj lea orator of the day. His subject wtu "The New America." In many points of comparison with other naliana sueli as population, area, etc. America wis not the greatest. Shu ivns In hariac a gjiveriitnout Itasttl on la America no man waa born In- any rank or class, or even trade or profession, but an American. He may start as a freight hamllcr and hecunif a jront ralhray president, as .a or n driver on tho ianal tow path aud. like Lincoln and Gnrflcl.l liecome I'resideut or the United States. America may not have ranched perfect (quality, b...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 July 1900

i ? 'i to FIRST FOURTH It was Celebrated Yesterday in Honolulu. ' THE natiokal gtjaiid rBAXTnta of thb PAIiAD. K2! Literary Exarciaee at tlie Opera TTow Sevaral Stirring Ad- tffeaaaaa by Looa! Apaakerw Oratory Oalora. bratkM m a Territory h a thine of the poM. TW hartf lHww Wrger uad more tatbuaiairtlc Fourth or Joly reiebrattons la Hoaotata thao the oao yeateriay. The Fourth, coming so aooa after the A?JutMton Dy celehratkm. ntateriaUr atfeeted ynaterday'e eathusi' The dayns aheted ia by tho boom-lea of cajcBon. - - The parade ia d 6ral$ waa not a brlUtant taectm Too band aad the Natfceal Guard ere the main featarat worthy of commendation. Tbrc were foor comfca) Ooau in th Model " created uioch The parade was viewed by ronny haaAmla of people Captain Pox and another officer of th aiottuted patrol pioneered the Makm. W. H. Hoogir. marshal of the day. MoaaMd. came next, supported by PoUeciWi Macy and Ferrelra also mum The htkmal Ouanl or Hawaii was eowaaaded r Major Zelglor a act-She...

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