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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 November 1900

8 Zam LIGHTHOUSES AND BUOYS THAT DO NOT DIRECT Seafaring Man Makes Somo Apparently Doservod Strictures on Honolulu Harbor. 1 iow of the roexjut decision of the r outies that coastwise vessels here ' - l'-i v the buoy and lmrltor licht fivs. t i'l known Mllor man aid yesterday: ' !.' romlug to tlii iort are : K to imj a fee for the continuance of t inos and harbor lights uutil ii wade by the government to take r '.e)t;htthincsnnd cure of tin buo.vs. J is rwiMHiablo if the work N irojer)y Tho lMird of jHiblic works, which 1 s barge of the matter, it boing very ! t in its duties. Take for iustauce '' 1-11 bnoy. It is docrjlnnl on the 's as a Ml buoy. It has not rung - "" "T T)S9'4!S""?' ". 1r,wna3i3Plfs3S tf 1HE H050LTJLTJ BEPCBIdCAS, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 0, 1900. " "l CCl iMB NEWS WORTH READING L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.2 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., 898-900 Broad...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 November 1900

a Jp7 c x V """' ' V V r" " - - -:' . $r .. ..., iVfc'" ( $ v A ' V THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLUME L NO. I-JO. HONOLULU, H. T., TVEDXESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1S0O. PRICE FIVE CENTS TJ l-x 4 k V V 2 COURT WOULD PUNISH EDITOR REPORTER A Republican Article Arouses Judge Humphreys. HIS ORDER TO ATTORNEY GENERAL ATTORNEY-GENERAL REFUSES TO COMPLY WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS. Says that the Newspapers Have a Right to Publish All Proceedings Taken in Open Court. A genuine nawatioB. of tbe variety to be expected in a public court room, M pmnr pwwj1 morning by J stipe llsmpbreys. It threatened to involve the editor and tbe won reporter of Th Uepobikan in the form of proceedings agnhttt tbem for contempt but before toe end f tb day it cmne to naught. At the eiMMing of court. jut as the Mtow divorce cat waa to be taA np for the third oaf- of ite trial. Judge UoMphreyi. called Attorney General E. I. iJole to the bar and aid a an introduction to the matter in uand that the eotirt bad aent for tbe attorney ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 November 1900

it 4 k U l "K J-U i 3 -' $ Y THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLUME I, SO. 140. HONOLULU, H. T, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 100O. PRICE FIVE CESTS COURT WOULD PUNISH EDITORJNDREPORTER A Republican Article Arouses Judge Humphreys. HIS ORDER TO ATTORNEY GENERAL REFUSES TO COMPLY WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS. Says that the Newspapers Have a Right to Publish All Proceedings Taken in Open Court. A gemiiae tenantion, of the variety to be expected in public court room, wa nu( yesterday morning by Judge Haanptaar. It threatened to involve the editor and the court refwrter of The BtmjMhan in the form of proceedings againat tbem for contempt, bat before the end of the day it came to naught. At the opening of court. Just at the Mitor divorce case wa to be tal.fl np for the third dajr of its trial. Judge Humphrey tailed Attorney General E. I, to the bar and aaid as an introduction to the matter in uand that the (-out bad aeot for the attorney general. On November 17, aaid the jmige, in the Miner divorce caw an a...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 November 1900

(L THE HONOLULU KlTL'BLICAN. Published Every Morning Except the Robt- Grieve Publishing Company. Limited. EDWIN S. GILL - EDITOR TELEPHONES?- - - Basineee 0 - ..ilain 21 EdtMKfet Ko Main 1 Hsiered t tk Post OKe at H.T,g asalL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier ? .75 Om Tow, toy SjM Six Months, by Mail . Tbroe Months, by Mall or Carrier. 2.S5 HONOLULU, H. TM NOV. 21, ltt. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Maaa MtRjaran f emporauuv 4R lestMs. Xnsfta TtiiMtwf li' St .. -i kui Mf fmmt lot om -.; MS MUM wotus. Licit to Xecshwsst fr. PoKCCM Km 9MMT. Jfar ctbec. CONTEXPT OF C0UB.T. .lodge HunjpbrvyG has a blrt opinion at lit disnity that sbouM uurroaud a coart. Kcarrd in toe Sooth, where a jadxettbip i looked un aa tbe moot pooition tbat any learned nay aapire to it i bat natural tvr him to bold toe view that be does.' The IN publican fally axreea with bint in many raapecto reaardiac the poaitkm of a judae, the reapect doe a orart and tli manner ia whkb a man on the bench tdMrnkJ coodoct hUnaelf ....

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 November 1900

' Pacific Import Co. Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street : CHRISTMAS GOODS T I jTE HAVE jost opened the most complete stock of Christmas Goods, comprising fall lines lf of every description of Toys for Boys and Girls; many nsefal articles for the little ones. Oar stock of Holiday Goods; consisting of the most useful articles for Holiday Presents tot Ladies and Gentlemen is now ready for inspection. Oar prices no doabt yoa will find the lowest; we can convince yon if you desire to call. We carry no old, left-over stock. Everything up-to-date, purchased direct fron the manufacturers for spot cash, therefore our prices, you will see at once, are right. We like to call particular attention that ve have thousands of articles for you to select from, no two alike. Dry Goods Department Ladies' Black Silk Waists We are now showing elegant lines of. Silk and .Satin Black Waists in the very latest styles. Just the thing for this season. .... I., i i i Ladies' Muslin Underwear If yon are ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 November 1900

AX. lllili BSTKHDAY tos steamer Jay. TV local boats all rot awajr on time and with mmmf paenrvrs d frcigst and tbe two bt; ocess Hints were attended b; Captain I5Twr and bk me4cians le- fwr tlttj left tbe wharf on tbrie wjrage to tk and the Orfeau Ob Uw IIeackttz Mara tbw were quite a Mmkcr of deporting paeset sd alHWl 150 4apaaf4f strcwce. Cap-Cad Btrnr. in tbe Moodotm of hit been, had a treat in tor for tb departinr JafK that tbcjr appreciated immenMir, jk wndmred by tbe hmny applaite tbat ttM tbe uaajr Japanew aim tbat tbe .tmmd rijd. To tbo fed to tbe ma- aaaally dajd by tbe band this mtk aen4 strange Jind wierrt, bax it wf nrtlewly JapanM and as wmm wWI received by tbe subjects W tbe Mikado off for tbe land of tbe So. For rw two boars tbe band Kx md xweet mraic and tbe of Ibe two Mara bad tbe rf br mtertaiatoent. a tbe were Ijrinj -Mar at tbe I'ariftc Mail wharf aad at tbe dock. Tbe iianskoitR Mara, with tbe aaMfttanee of tbe eot away rortty after .". o'clock and be Xiiaww whir...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 November 1900

T e 9 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 : ; i aa8 J ; -V .oi W"9 "i4 f ' T V K ." v.- O X c THE HONOLULU BEPDBIJCAS WEDXESDAT. KOVEXBEB 21, 1900. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN BEAUTIFUL GEMS "TS Just Received a Large Variety of ,i THIS, . SPAGBif IS f RESERVED. ?? Breakfast - - Cereals i Such as- Also- CREAX OF WHEAT FLAKED RICE GER3IEA A. A. OATS 0. M- OATS B. GEM WHEATDTE FRESH CRANBERRIES JAMS. JELLIES VAX CAMFS PORK AND BEAN'S ANDERSON'S SOUP, ETC. SALTER &, WAITY Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. f The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables Side Boards Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories In colorwl Panoramic Views of Oalm ami Hawaii mounted ami or framed in tlio finest GOLDv framos tlmt nro produced in the world. Do not purchase a Christians Present until vou have seen our stock fonolulu Photo Supply Co.E Christmas is coming l Povhaph we're a bit premature in the above statoment, but w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 November 1900

i OOMDENSEO TELESRIHS 3Iaay wiub: refona are to be in-J auramtal in the Bntts arssy. MMimr. California. omI liatan? to reMBK devwkipwoUf . J. TW widow K Cast. Jlaxae KeW it reported In a rfestitvte .cpedhioQ. Cooat jw Z$B$e t la jl" t -' " f ' ffo pet Jfc rr Aputaeat' to naraa.4 I life air skip. f Ou? has oaViaHy teadered ii 34,- f " frtUM) dtateac cattal W tbe United I State? fftwruptnt. f The New United Free Catwrb f Smdand fe mcctin? wit serteas ' in tfce Mfettuife. , I Hnrtie Jfc SauBon's ltarteaaa Theater. I OMourn. wan partially destroyed T fire ' , early an Notesober lit. Tbe New York exchange J ..action for Samrdajr. - 10. "' 4 a orevioua records in masaifude. f Dfc Adams hot and killed Wniiaat Kssaedy and Daniel Kildee in a dance uM at Cl Idaho, Xorejaber Kith.. A worWs fair that is to be the 1 mt held in the eastern part of " tfcda coontry is pbrnned for Koi.cw id JfKJS. I'maideot MeKiaJey naa appointed Stmttaa of California Qui lector of (tome at San Francisco, vice .lean...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 November 1900

A 3 1 LLVCOIiN. BLOCK. TELEPHONE 96 ilMfc I JfHUES wr5TnES TOT V Cj3JIJi'CE AHE WHAT-YOU ABE 1FTEB We can satisfy you in oar new stock of FALL MILLINERY As we bare the latest Parisian Styles. We cordially, invite all the ladles of Honolulu to call and inspect oar goods. Miss M. E. Klllean Hotel Street, ArlinRton Block. Woolen Blankets and 92 Comforters Just In Time for the Gold Weather Comforters. We have them ' a. 1 prices. Our cheapest is SI. 50, we also have some lillcd with down at $6.50 and a few beautiful silk ones at $14.00 and $15.00. Pillows. A good quality. 22x22 Sl.25 lSxlS ' 75 Hxlfl 50 Filled with Silk Floss ooxoo 75 lSxlS 40 Livid On Come and inspect them; they are really good values. "1" -JL ,. , , Blankets. $4.00. Buys a nice pair white Woolen Blankets, assorted color borders. We have them to suit all pocketbooks. Get a beauty made in California for $7.00. Pincushions. We have them in all sizes, small and large. If you want to make one, we have them as small sizes as...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 November 1900

DRESS DEPARTMENT Cotton Challies Beautiful patterns, fast colors 5 yards for $1 American Shirtings Guaranteed to retain color even if Doiled in soda 20 yards for $1 Liberty Silks Black Grounds, White Floral Designs 15 yards for $1 Ginghams Fast Colors, New Styles.Checksand Stripes 14 yards for $1 French Organdies Lovely Goods, a quality worth 25 cents per yard; our price Per yard. 10 cents Some extra superior lines. We will offer for 15 cents and 20 cents Satin Parisienne We have a utiiu' line of these goods; we could only get a f v pie e-; Dark Winter Shades, Rich Floral Effects; i ke a handsome waist 35 cents per yard BRITISH TROOPS NOW DOING ACTIYE SCOUTING Smnll Parties of Boers Being Met by the English at Every Turn LONDON. Nov. 18. I'mler lnto or JitniimbMiT, Nqv. 12, Ionl Itoberis to tltt' vnr office as follows: Kutxlk' rejwrts skirmishes with small I'rtrtiw of in tin llRrrfcmith. Itoitz nml Ymktlittrifts recently. The appear to Ik; notins iuilept'tuleiill.v nnl with ho ohjeo...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 November 1900

I i . - -." - TS i7 " --"- --. ii ' THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLUME I, XO. 141 HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, XOVEMBER 22, 1900. PRICE JTVE CENTS ID HDEPEHDEMT L Hill! HULA DANCE . y i j Drill Shed IS x aCxLeO - With a Throng of Spectators. NATIVES' FAREWELL TO WILCOX MORE THAN FORTY BARRELS OF POI USED ROAST PIGS AND MARINE SIDE DISHES. Crowd Goes Wild Over the Hula Hula Smashes Tables and Furniture Encore for the Hawaiian Dancing Maidens. TIM Independent luau at the drill abed test night was a bowling success. Mm Theresa Wilcox, assisted by a score of independent women, had been bosy for tbree days in making preparations for the grand ratification by the native women of the election of R. W. Wilcox as delegate to congress. The event was in the nature of a fro tnthe weaker sex to Mr. and Urn. Wilcox, who ieave for on the Rio, November 30th. iir. Wilcox states that Governor Dole wilt probably issue him his certificate of election next Saturday. The inde pendent Jollification and torchli...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 November 1900

lil ' t T. ill I'M! 4 n. in. C& v vtt. VrA - J i tot i yrf. rtJir & f ' . i5, J BP rWHRii MQ ivy & JAR. -1 i -W Ttinr swdn, aad there is a large fleet of vewete bow on the way from the Colon, aad the coast. At 5 o'clock lail erenlng. with Uw exception of there were but th.- two steamers, rewels here. At the railroad Vbrf taere were three, the Albert. K.nnebeck .ad C. F Sargent .At wharf was the Emily K at irmsard the George Curtis. In th. rtream were the C. D. Brant, .S. PHnce Victor and N Caatle. Boasaet, Eareka and V.la The schooners were at the marine railway and the oW Oshmarket wharf respect- Earty In the afternoon the Robert .. . . . it. C .1 In lnllnf ii - n milium ill LiL&kKjv 1 .. ... .u in iiallnst. sailed or X10Jinm, a .n --. --- fnriaMrrtn. The big British ship ola hauled out Into the. stream late yes-1 torday so" that captain renu".""" ia v wmtch on his crew. tor on November 16th; thence light southenst winds prevailed to arrival at Honolulu at 11 a. m.....

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 November 1900

1 I J Pacific Import Co Metropolitan Meat Co. 10S KING STREET. G. J. WALLER, - Manage.-. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS and NAVY CONTRACTORS FRED HARRISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Attended to Dr. W. H. MAYS OFFICE HOCKS: S to 10, 1 to 3, 7 to S. SUNDAYS: 9 to 11. Telephone G02. Astor House Restaurant CorncrKing & Alahca Streets. Meals served at all hours. First class in every detail AH CHUCK. Proprietor. B Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street : CHRISTMAS GOODS : HAVE jnst opened the most complete stock of Christmas Goods, comprising fall lines WE of every description of Toys for Boys and Girls; many useful articles for the little ones-Our stock of Holiday Goods; consisting of the most useful articles for Holiday Presents for Ladies and Gentlemen is now ready for inspection. Our prices no doubt you will find the lowest; we can convince you if you desire to call. We carry no old, left-over stock. Everything up-to-date, purchased direct fron the manufacturers for...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 November 1900

THE HONOLULU KtTCBLlCAX. Published Every Alorning Except day by the HobL Grieve ag Company, Ltalted, EDWIN S. GIJdL I r.5 i ctl r T EDITOR - - TELEPHONES. Baw Oae Hefci 21$ Eltortet Hooks Main 13 Entered at the Post Ofice at Honolulu, H. T. as isatL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, tor Carrfcr ? .75 0-- Year, tor il S x Months, byMstl 4.W e Moutbs, Vy Mail or Carrier. 2.25 H NOLULti, H. T, NOV. , 1100. WEATHER. YESTERDAY. 1! ;ruon Twium tlurg a Uaremt. V ii. an. TemprntUHi digram. X. i :.. o o tMfi0. M- .a rew Pntal tor tfer Dr-.J St- a.. betatTf BwBMfljr . wisrne. I lot. kr clir. Mobbcict Mm TOIUT. - a ' ctoody; pomilbir Nwlfciml wiMte. obstrneUoas should bo removed the iMewalXs. Winder if Marshal Ray Mill be-i . in the Innocence and purity of ' l.tlom deputy, Metz? j. s Honolulu need reforming:' - a contemporary in a headline. it does; it needs reforming Kh toe introduction of municipal . rnment, in the worst way. II nulnlu dealers in iterlshaule ties would be grateful for the T of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 November 1900

r ... "' -s -- rj. ' V, TEE HONOLULU KEPUBMCAJT THUBSDAT. NOVEMBER 22, 1900. T 5 9 A e 9 9 5 o a e Fy eci NEW SHIPMENT OF Raisins Currants Peel Atmore's Mkice Meat Boiled Cider Apples Oranges- Etc., Etc Wo have also received another lot of those large - V t 1 .- 9 ID i SALTER & WAITY j Tel. 6S0. Orpheum Block. Grocers. $ The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DF.VLELS IN rattan ami Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniei s 4 Chans, n S Je boards Divans niia Closets Extension ??.iyl'js Direct from Eastern histories A t , f? --, .v ! BEAUTIFUL QEMS - j. -& THIS SPACE IS ' -V " r ' 'x & 1- v . RESERVED. .. "V-v Iu colored Panoramic Views of Oahn and-Hawaii mounted and unmounted or framed in the fiuest GOL D v frames that are produced in the world. Do not purehaso a Christmas Present until vou have seen our stock Honolulu Photo Supply Co. Street Christmas is coming I Perhaps we're a hit premature in the above statement, but we want to relieve you of need...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 November 1900

IT ME INCURRED HIS DISPME .Advertiser and Republican Reporters Persona If on Grata. EJECTED FROM CIRCUIT COURT BAR JUDGE HUMPHRETS TELLS BAILIFF HOPKINS TO CARRY OUT THE ORDERS. Advertiser Man Retlgns and Walk in as an Attorney at Law and Braves the Court Order of the Court. Circuit Judge Humphreys yeeierday raerdtaK ordered the ejectment of the reporters of the Advertiser and The Repabttcan from the bar of the court. aad has made the order permanent fcarfag filed It In typewritten form In the clerk's office. In delivering the ordor the judge said that he believed the two reporters In question had abmed the privilege of sitting within rue ratling, which as a matter of right fceteaged only to attorneys and litigant. Thes were the words of the judge: "The bur of this court room, I mean the northern end thereof, enclosed by the railing, Is Intended for the use of attorneys aud for litigants actually engaged fn presenting their cases before the court The court at all times -while In ses...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 November 1900

$ 8 8 8 8 I 9 Csav?&,ESasavas& sasse ffiiiiES pirn 5mESHT v CPfflIjfC.E ARE WHAT YOU ARE AFTER We can satisfy you in our new stock of FALL MILLINERY As wa have the latest Parisian Styles. We cordially invite all the Ladies of Honolulu to call and inspect our goods. Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. Woolen Blankets and 9jB Comforters ap JUst in Time foYthe Gold Weather We have them at all prices. Our cheapest is $1.50, wo also have some filled with down at $6.50 and a few beautiful silk ones at $14.00 and $15.00. Pillows. A good quality. 22x22 SI. 25 lSxlS. ;75 14x14.:..:. .- 50 Pilled with Silk Floss 22x22 7-5 lSxlS v .40 14x14 25 Gome and inspect them; they are really good values. S4.00. Buys a nice Woolen Blankets, assorted color borders. We have them to suit all pocketbooks. Get a beauty made in California for $7.00, Pincushions. We have them in all sizes, small and large. If you want to make one, wo have them as small sizes as 4x4 inch. The Genuine SGiiVe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 November 1900

-i- JU. . Telephone, 201. V HENKY VILLARD IS DEAD. Carter of Groat Financier and Rail road Magnate. KEW YOHK. Xm. 12. Henry Yillanl. Ifeft fimnrfer. rfird'tlik worninc at his Mauser home. Thornwood I'mk. of apoplexy- The" funeral will take ince from la New York reshtaucc YVetfue&day ilr. ViUard wa$ bora iu Kenfcli In lSSTi. He came to America iu 1S33 and changed' Ms uamu from IIHpird to YUlard. He, heroine a wwspapor In UelleriUe. llWwis. and in 1SS1 b had acquired the New York Kvenuv lHKtad rite Nation. He 4mh hi railroad eatwr in 1S71. alterant to KuruH by buying for the Gen&att ImtMiitohltrc the property of the OraaW and California Kailroad die Oreeon Steamship Company. l-tag aiade prerftent in 1ST.". He noted as one of the receivers of tae Kansas Pacific lUilroad Copan ami later lurlu p tte Jk4s of tbe road. He later UtlenMetl in tae Orecon Sterna Narigation Gomiiauy awl die Oregon Itaihrav nad Nartpsjion Ooratwny. of watch he became nreidnu and tlien SMttietl the prejro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 November 1900

0CF1N VOLUME I. 0. 142. 11 Gil Ul ISIJ LOWERED Why Honolulu Can not Trade With Sound Cities. R&TES ALL FAYOR SAN FR&HGISGO COAL AND LUMBER THE ONLY PRODUCTS FROM THE NORTHWEST. TacomaBusmcss Man Discusses of Business Between Hawaii and Tacoma Why Order for Salmon Could Not Be Filled. (From the Tacoma ledger, Nov. 3) Francis D. Cooper has returned from a visit to the Hawaiian Islands confldont that the opportunities for trade offered there "Kill be taken advantage of by this state and Tnpnmn oxtorten and import ers. Mr. Coopor ha made a thorough study of the trade possibilities and bellovo with a fair freight tariff in existence a large part of the island trade can bo diverted to I'uget Sound. The prosont. freight rates, from the Sound arc too high, he says. Washington salmon, flour and other food products cannot be shipped In competition with San Francisco staples at present rates. Mr. Cooper brought back orders for ovor S.000 cases of salmon, but tho ordors could not be fil...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 November 1900

yftSftl ; ti r - - it' r ftt iw. v ;m 'J - T J- BhM - 4i'7Xtt AL To Restore the Constitution. Massachusetts women have finally taken definite steps toward the restoration of the old war frigate Constitution, that is lying rotting in the tors nt tho Charleston Navy Yard. A preliminary survey, made under government direction some time ago. when the matter was first broached, estimated the cost of rebuilding the ship and placing her in the water as she was in the days of "Don't give up the ship." to bo 1400,000. Even the necessity of raising 6uch a sum did not fearo the "Daughters of 1S12," a Massachusetts society that has undertaken tho work, Congress having refused to do it. Last week a meeting was held on the old hulk, and the women. 200 or more, who attended selected, a lot of committees and took the preliminary steps to a canvass for the necessary funds. These, it iu hoped, may bo raised wholly within tho State of Massachusetts, so that the reconstructed frigate may be a fixture I...

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