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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 November 1900

I Pacific Import Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street Q. J. WAALER, GHRISTMAS GOODS :- II VVK just opened the most complete stock of Christmas Goods, comprising full lines for and Girls; many useful articles for the little ones-Oar WE uf every description or Toys Boys htock of Holiday Goods; consisting of the most useful articles for Holiday Tents Onr prices no doubt you will find the for Ladies and Gentlemen if. now ready for inspection. call. We no old, left-over stock. Everything lowest; e can convince you if you desire to carry mirchased direct fron the manufacturers for FPot cash, therefore our prices, you will up-to-date, attention that we have thousands of articles SPoat once, are right. We like to call particular for you to select from, no two alike. Dry Goods Department Ladies' Black Silk Waists We are now hhowmg elegant linos of Silk and Katin Ulack Waists in the very latest styles. Just the thing for thih season. Ladies' Muslin Underwear If you are interest iu that l...

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. — 23 November 1900

THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Published Eery Morning Except Monday any by the Itbt. Grieve Publishing Company. Limited. and EDWIN S. GILIj . - - EDITOR a TELEPHONES. a Business Ofike. M"1 21S Editorial Room " Main 155 Entered at the Post OS5e at Honolulu, IL T., as maiL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. to Per Mon'Ji. by Carrier I )c Yar. by Ma S-W o x MuBths, by Mall Thrct Months, by Mall or Carrier. 2.26 HONOLULU, H. T NOV. 23, 11XX). WEATHER YESTERDAY. M ulroHin TewjwfwWre 7 J l 4tsn. IliU 3 U ii m. IlnlntMl - o tnefer. M'vw U Puut fr Ut- Dy m." tMntlve HumMltr . WI5DS. n twt U- t(, 1 Ufa. VoBnoAST rem TODAT. I lnd Irora wt t nortb and due W 1 h r HIS DUTIES MANDATORY. Should Sheriff Andrews of Hawaii atUmpt to Issue a certificate of election to H. L. Holstein. as It would appear ho contemplates doing. Dr. N. R'jvbcII should immediately swear out a warrant for his arrest and push the rroheiution with the utmost vigor. N ithcr Sheriff Urdwn nor any other official has any power to go behind the rt tu...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 November 1900

r f t I i t t 9 I 9 t t I tmimmiui s ; 5 ; i Raisins sSK , A tt Vt Hi 4g a .v iW c .Vf , ' - .-V I " sy .CV. Ofhce: Rook 4, ModeiB&ock. NEW SHIPMENT OF " Currants Peel Atmore's Mince Meat Boiled Cider Apples Oranges Etc., Etc Wc liivo also received another lot of those large r. V 4W "- - "'' r. ANifc CONPIDENT i- SMOKED BLOATERS SALTER &, WAITY Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffonieis Chans, n aoles S de Boards Divans - - Onina Closets . Extension Tables Direct firom Eastern Factories & KiJ," - -VA"I' ; ' ' " .. ? . .- 4T TfllS SPACE IS RESERVED, r ratface. BEAUTIFUL GEMS Iiucoloretl Panoramic Views of Oaliu'aml wf$ Hawaii mounted dud unmounted passe- A pci'touts or framed in the finest . . .1. . . CdULUVv frames that are produced in the world. J)o not puivhuse a Christmas Present until vim have seen our stock tonolulu Photo Supply Co.EL Cbnstmas is coming ( tfs BOWER'S ,.& ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 November 1900

MATTEIS WHSIKIEO IY EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Cemetery Proposition Seem to Be PromUino Methods of Investment In the Vicinity of Honolulu Local Holidays. At the executive council yesterday Governor Dole read a communication from Mr. Pain of the Tramways Company, asking that the land proposed to be used for cemetery purposes at D;amond Head ue put up at public fajctlon, with right of way lor me Tramways to extend Its lines. No action was taken on this application. J A. McCandless read a letter from F J Dorry on the ume subject. Mr. Ikrry represents the rather up-in-the-a r Tearl Harbor Cemetery, which protects against the sale of Diamond Head lands for less than' their present value. The price which the Rapid Transit Company shall pay for tr cemetery site at Diamond Head w. 1 determine the price of lots, and tr s fact moves the Pearl Harbor tn protest against too small a fig-i "wing agreed upon. G vernor Dole reported that Mr. T ' who had been appointed district r.igitrate at Koloa, Kauai, so...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 November 1900

I yyyOOOOOvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyr . -' AGENTS F"OFR HANAN & SONS' 5 "3r: a - -.-ar took First Prizo at the Mdnerny's OGXXAXKf&sOOO(A 0mivKmJf' &tHHflB. Miss M. E. Hotel Street, Arlington Elock. Woolen BlanKsts and W. Comforters W JUst in Time for the Gold Weather Comforters. 8 We hnxo them at all $ prices. Our cheapest is t Si. 50, we also have some tilled with down at $6.50 i and a few beautiful silk ones at $14.00 and $15.00. Pillows. A good quality. 22x22 $1.25 lSxlS 75 14x14 Filled with Silk Floss oovoo - a AA ttf Am B A A A A A & A&AABA 1W1Q' 14x11 T. . .25 Come andinspect them; they, arojeallyljgqqflj values. 1 The Genuine ScrLVen's N -& ? i( .JVvJf I tiG vSeam Seth'aTvery "clrawer We claim that tliis drawer is in the market. -MW-, 75 cents per pair rei;ier4 - fi Z.- A. . - X- Pi ... . gr t T ?ls4 pamed for Cornfort y - pamed or pit $ wrv ?.. -. fYeat, Snappy, DqsirabI? In Hade for U 82350175 Jimes ZT)d places v This Greatest of American Shoes x Paris Ex...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 November 1900

"v. DRESS DEPARTMENT Cotton Chaliies Beautiful patterns, fast colors POTUGUESE INQUEST IS ONGE MORE ADJOURNED Old Man Silva's House Standing In the Vineyard on Punchbowl's Slopes Thoroughly Searched Yesterday without results. 5 yards for $1 American Shirtings Guaranteed to retain color even if ;: j boiled ju soda - - .;ji; 20 yards for $1 . f v Liberty Silks Black Grounds, White Floral 15 yards for $1 Gingha ms Fast Colors, .N'ew Styles,Checksand Stripes ; 14 yards for $1 m v French Organdies Lovely Goods, a quality worth 25. ', cents per yard; our price " -i Per yard. 10 cents ? Some extra superior lines. We will oflbr for 15 cents and 20 cents Satin Parisienne We have a beautiful line of these goods; we could only get a few pieces; Dark Winter Shades, Rich Floral Effects; make a handsome waist 35 cents per yard The coroner's jury sitting on the body of Joso Sllva, one of the four Portuguese citizens killed by a poisonous decoction found In the home of Joaquin Sllva, after his deat...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 November 1900

I 4 ' (P- 2 " r0t we . -? ""p-' Z "'; . --? 43t f "it T-W - v - rN h jt.'f.wv . T"i i i V i?f 4 tff ?k jfltF I f" '"" - REPUBLICAN. . i ! r i ; .1 ; r - : ' i VOLUME I, XO. 143 HONOLULU, H. T-, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1300. PRICE FIVE CENTS LIN Of THE IH GETS I GREAT i A Field Day In the Divorce Case Yesterday. FAMILY GHOSTS PASS IH REVIEW TRIFLING TROUBLES LEAD TO VERY DISGRACEFUL AND SERIOUS CUFFS AND KICKS. These Cruelties, Mrs. Miner Declares, Chilled and Killed Her Love lor the Doctor, and Consequently Reconciliation Was Impossible. The Minor divorce catie threatens :o break the record Jn that lino in Honolulu. ItIs almost a we-k old and has apparently Just begun Mrs. Minor was released from the tormit of the last evening at 4 .') after having been on the witness stann tuo days and half a night. She to-d the ordoal splondldly and was shak&n in no material poInL In the opin!ondf some who have closely followed the case, the cross-examination materially Ktrcngthened her case. M...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 November 1900

- t'AC ''ti9 .'J?$ WJ 'b" - r M r t -4 vffIE MAUNA LOA returning yoelcrdsv from her regular Kona ran brought a -weird tale of a ghost that has been making its presence felt aboard over since the veeei left Lahaina on the .tward trip. The goost has not teli a nirly all ghosts in V.ht stories do. It to a diuerent kind a ghost. It principal peculiarity hnkinr oeoole. Tle the native mora aboard are more afraid of its than are the whites, the k t seenu to hare It in for the hao - especially tboae in the engineer's ,1 ;.artment, and hie principal sphere actios aeenw to have boen on the i:n deck aft on the starloar(l side ' the veaael. It ia here that some of native Bailors have been In the il.it of sleeping, and they have had latiifcftlatioas of the presenco of the n.auhly visitor on two occasions. ;i- the wraith has been visiting 1.. re the natives have changed their loping quarters and left the officers tii.ne with their uncanny visitor. One of the sailors. "California," who .as lwn for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 November 1900

K -, r I James Sheridan PIANO TUNER FORTY years practice. References if J desired. All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned and Repaired. OrncE With the Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Co. 17fi to ISO S. King Street, Lincoln Block. Phono MAIN 27S. Residence Occidental Hotel. Phone 654. The Union Express Co., Office with Eveiiing?Bulletin. L zlO King Street -:- Telephono 86. Wo move safes, pianos and furniture. Wo haul freight and lumber. We sell black and white sand. Wo meet all incoming coaststeatuers, we check baggage on all outgoing f Bteamers. W. LARSEN, Manager. Metropolitan Meat Co. 108 KING STREET. Q. J. WATiTKK, - - - Manago--. Wholesalo and Retail BUTCHERS and NAVY CONTRACTORS FRED HARH CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Attended to Dr. W. H. MAYS OFFICE HOURS: S to 10, 1 to 3, 7 to a SUNDAYS: 9 to 11. Telephone G02. Aster Honse Restanrant Corner King 5: Alahea Strfcs. W I UTanlc cflrro1 of aJl lirtutc It il ' m. &. V First class in every detail AH CHUCK4 , Propri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 November 1900

THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Published Ever Morning Except Maa-day br too Ibt. Gricre Publishing Conn-any, limited. EDWIN S. GlLIi - - EDITOR TELEPHONES. Business Offlce -in 21S Ei'torial Rooms -Maln 123 Entered at the Post Office at II. T as second-class malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier -5 jr Yar. by Mall S.00 - x by Mall 4-W . 1 ee Months, by Mall or Carrier. 2.25 HONOLULU, II. T, NOV. 24, 1800. WEATHER YESTERDAY. K lTn"ntr twerp". I! iun Vot1. t i 01 at i. m. :; - i lor k Dr ". r auv Mmiij it. WIXBS. I'MMAW KMI TtMAT. rtbrriy wlwt. tNwftam wwrtir. miw . -l r BLT A CHARTER WILL COME. i h charter for Honolulu will n- of the ftnt things that the ng igtelaturc will take up. , it will stand Uie mercantile i other ltroperty holding classes prtspRred to meet and beat VlwU of rabid legislation. i ro are one or two Vrmera In the legislature who ' i a set of half baked ideas 1 '. h are more dangerous than i- which are out and out !- The Evening Star. I' Star means oy this that 't...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 November 1900

r NEW SHIPMENT OF Raisins Currants Peel Atmore's Mimce Meat Boiled Cider Apples Oranges Etc., "We have also received anoiber lot of tboe large SALTER $ Tel. 680. Orpheum t - Iotm BMtdmoM, Prof4T, Etc! ,Fint ! BLOATERS The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DFALEItS IK Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffonieis Chaiis, n dDles S-de Boards Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories - -J . & i "' j it - '; ...?W., vi.ri3 f'i? X' 635 - 4,-H . - - J .' -THIS '- - ft in nrabi . " ueskkveo. - - . " - V Tr BEAUTIFUL GEMS frames that are produced in the world. Do not purchase a Chrisbnas Present until vois Lave seen our stock ionoiulu Photo Christmas IP Perhaps ve'ro a bit premature in the above statement, but wo want to relieve you of needless worry as to what to buy. Comedown to the store. t ful and ornamental 'thuittViirapjea. ' to decide many vesatious questions. WflrLL, NIGttOls GO.', btil. - , ri The . . . - .-- rt Tropical ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 November 1900

zsMmasam e vtmtvBm&fz&fctft OF HEBOUILlflT SECErABX.JOXESHJEf TO HAVE A FORCE OF HUNDRED THOUSAND; MEN J. I ','t 5 Lieutenant General Miles &2fj Scheme Jor ForeT6iMgghJ$ive Thousand Congress Will Have to Act Promptly NKW YORK. November 11. A o the Son rroa Washington says: fr1fltfiute''1rtfh'?&e Philippine have v . n the military authorities the cae .. tfi the recommendations to be sab - Md to Congresa at the coming ses , a inpgard to the slae of the 1 establishment- White Secrctarv . .t has not determined the exact wractr of Ms recomniesdatioDB, it ndar.tood amoiiR those sd situated . have a fchowkjdge on the subject .t the War Department -will favor formation of an army of about 106 men. The desire Is to have this mber In the permanent establish 'it and to do away -with the present ntecr army of 50.000 which by tb" iakms of the act of Congress -k it mast be mustered out on or be- Jane 30. 1091. MIIos has . i a irfan for the organization of regular Array on the basi...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 November 1900

4 I i I & 51 Jr --AGENTS HANAN & SONS' 1 s T 1 i $ mmmmfim t 5 !"S5yb " - t r" l'.- -At- i - -. Ji - w M i-0 lSxlS...... 'y uxu....: , 0 1?illnlvitliSilk Floss t iM feHft :&-'?.; rt22x!22 .a ;?..,-. s?--& 'iM ;.-..v-.... -..-.--.40 14x14 25 Come andlinspeeWhgm ; they Wefrettlly ffood values. jA ifr ?f .1 .rM r - . '''riigr.s pamed for Qomfort fteatrSgappy, D?5irab!? ill; Iade for 111 Seasons -Times aijd places , TMs.GniUsUif1AMriHi.Skin took Fint Prize nt ihe .Puris'lipositlon iviGlnernf s Shoe Store f 1 a. f ' I r O s- o -Tv iv OiVi At .- X"E8 fflo 5TVIES TWT . ! & JT- 'Wa ypu ific ARE WHIT YOU IRE AFTER We can satisfy you in our new stock of FALL MILLINERY As we have the latest Parisian "styles. We cordially invite all tbo Ladies of Honolulu to call and inspect our goods. Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, 'Arlington Block. : 1 : 7 " . Woolen Blankets ana 9g.. Comforters W ! Just in Time for the Gold Weather Comforters. Pillows. . A good quality W 4 V Woliaveliem...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 November 1900

OF HE MINERS CouUmietl From First Page. t" it i fTwt Hi then asked the bell's for the key, ami later told him t r ! ak open the door. Then he said: f".iis. If you don't open the door 1 i ko for the police." All this time " tv was no response from within. Th n camo tho command: "Gladys, if o. do not open the door I'll shoot," avj Gladys, if you don't come out I'll Voot you." Tlun the doctor got nround on the randah. In response to a question Mrs. Miner .i I bho had been humiliated almost i before her servants, more i'- She said she did not believe thf assaults on her were premeditated. l' t when in passion he gives way; did i, t believe it was a deliberate and pre-in Jitated policy, but an inherent defeat in the man; that it had become chronic. Mrs. Miner looked leniently and tenderly on this falling of her and, but added that her affections Lad alienated by his many acts i f i ruelty. It was not because of dif fi r in.es about money or her private . slate, but on further questioning...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 November 1900

f - rf Sw?yg! ,i1Wy.V m : ", 3SJ3t&:a';i3 '--; : s3e " - i v .farmrtfffi . . ... ff irsnin . tt.? . .if.i!i if. 4 ri, . iv;i&t: - Vi;?iH; - -- - r u'fi. . -'- - 1 5R Hk V THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN VOLUME L NO. 144. HOSOLULU, H. T.. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 35, 1900. P WOK FIVE CENTS DIWID . ON WSTHESS MID Corroborates Stories of Cruelty Told by Her Mother. SHE DOES HOT LOVE HER FATHER PROVES TO BE COOL AND COLLECTED UNDER CROSS-EXAMINATION. Inquiry as to the Doctor's Financial Affairs Shows Him to Be Worth Nearly One Hundred Thousand Dollars. It was a cold day for the Ultlandera of tho pross In the first court of the; First circuit or Hawaii yesieruay. g It was a most sensational dayiln Judge Humphreys' court. A little fairy straight from fairyland dropped down Into this everyday, world, right Into the midst of the rough priced and lawyers. She- was not an and thoughjcrdowod by nature with physical bcjauty, she was worldly, ! she said she "was sometimes naughy." therefore deserved pun...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 November 1900

- -i. rirv i rm .. "H2 M 5 T MR . "- tCM 'ALOMG s IE W5 transport Sheridan, sjrfc aad span as a new vessel, arrived early yesterday iaornlns after an voyage of seven days from San Francisco. The big white, vessel since she was lant nsod to transport troops has Ih-ou entirely rebuilt, the government spending over a quarter of a million dollars on her She comes this time more as a passenger steamer than a vesI of the army, as there are on her the largest number of officers' wiTes and fawlll ever before carried by a She has all told over one hundred women and children aboard. The Sheridan Is under the command of Captain G. II. Pierce, Quartermaster Captain Sawtelle boing in charge of tb cansttats and passengers and aboard. For this port several tons of supplies for the quartermaster's department and the fumigating outfit for the quarantine authorities wore brought, and she discharged a lot of freight here to be taken up by the next transport for Guam. The Sheridan will take abont seypn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 November 1900

Pacific Import Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street J CHRISTMAS GOODS T 1 7E HAVE jut opened the most complete stock of Christmas Goods, comprising fall lines V A of every description of Toys for Boys and Girls; many useful articles for the little ones. Our stock of Holiday Goodv, consisting of the most useful articles for Holiday Frefnts for Indies and Gentlemen is now ready for inspection. Our prices no doubt you will And "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 we 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. Ladies' Muslin Underwear If you are interested in that line w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 November 1900

K rr . -, KESBBarg SSTy1?0? "Tiw 'W gvfg f $-? -; milium i 1ft '"V -- ' Wiy nM. mni 'nir ' i'-""" ' 4' ; IHE HONOLTJLTj BEP JBtlCAN, 6UXDAI, KOTEMBER 25, 190 . k- rf THE HOXOiriX JtffUBLlCAS. Published Every Morning Except" 31 32-day by the Grieve ins (krapanyUrnijed. EDWIN S. GILL - - - EDITOR TELEPHONES. ; i Easiness 03ce...? Haln 21S Editorial Hoosts Main 123 Entered at tie Post Office at H. T., as second-class real?. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Per Month, by Carrier ? .o One Tear, by Mail S.09 Six Months, by Mall 4.00 Three Month, by Mall or Carrier. 25 HONOLULU, H. T-, NOV. 25, l'JOQ. WEATHER. YESTERDAY. Maa o 4asrMs. K.rtlWBCi Aasice. IftMuaMr 3 at p. m. ictu Ufu1UMIre - wrxna. Bt n'Mtb m lo J. TomxcMn son too r. Sky tt tbnttMtef, Btiundtr aad temperature So Bat Indicate rate. . . . - -. ftjf Christmas is Coming And SO per cent of the people really dou't know what they want to bay for Christmas gifts. They bare bought Ckristmas presents befor and they don't; want to boy the same thins ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 November 1900

X ifc - N : wim t f W.tH. RICE fi'.z. k ji r 5 kahaj jtf'or JtJtIXiXX3a.TX V -T' Best and Most Modern Ries Delivered and nailed 4 HORSE SHOEING DEPT x otnrs' on rir; in tnoir nvio k- say 1 r ? r JT kp KI. ri : r r tMspaw ? HI- fc SJ . I - i AA A A BBS - - al 7 J V BPBWVWVW VwVBwYwwBBef J i r V nflv Br VPr Hr aaaaaaaaal, BaaaaaMa aaaaamm H BBBHSBr CHINAMAN WHOM CONGRESS DECORATED FOR BRAVERY Tenacity, perseverance, aud industry, Americans are quite willing to concede to the Chinese character, but courase. and tenderness there aw tome to deny. Nevertheless, there Is in Sail Tranchco a Chine-e ho niedaU awardtnl him for bravery by the United States navy and by congress Itself. Could n Caucasian win more? Charles Toug Sing, a Chinese guide and Interpreter, was steward of the ill starred Jcanetto expedition, and Is one of the two or three stirvhors. He is a stalwart fellow, of pood bearinc and expression, and 110 doubt owes it to his splendid physique that he is alixe today to tell the t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 November 1900

rK'.j.jMt " W . .. w t.iv ..c ?: - ": THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, XOVEMBtB 25, ,1900. SRT vr Fashipnsr Spqfetyn Why doesn't some enterprising person open a roof garden? Of. course with our sudden rains It would be better to have a roof or even an awning, but the 'sides would be open, and we could breath fresh air to rag time. Instead of stifling in a room not properly ventilated. "What an ideal place this would be for. such a project! We would look with kind eyes upon anything presented to 4 our view under such delightful clrcum stances. It would certainly be well patronized, for there are so few places of amusement to choose from. I heard a rumor the other day of some such plan. It may be only a j mor worse luck but I hope It may j mnjprlaliae. and like all KOOd things be all the better for the waiting. It Is to be hoped that the little tables and the cold bottle will not be forgotten by the promoter of this wonderful scheme, ! r thf dust that the dances kick up i.'erally kick...

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