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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 November 1900

K f SEW SHIPMENT-OF f i 9 Raisins Currants -Peel ! 'Atmore'rMace'lff ealt i i W .- r. . 9 T 15 S v. ! I" J ""5 -A A. U ! BoiledCidey -Cringes Etc., Etc "We ha e also received another lot of those large mm BLOATERS I SALTER & WAITY i 5 Tel. 6S0. Orpheum Block. Grocers. $ 94 - A Great Sale of uj h nawin m The... iTroDical t t Subscribed Capital PaldCp Capital - Reserved Fkb4 9 5jW is the FINEST AND BEST 5G. GIGiVR Sold in Honolulu EXTRAORDINARY! 'is . . IJie Best Product of One of the Best Makers in New York All New and Correct I White and Colored Pique and Golored Crashes . i and Colored Ducks . .tf ' Thousand Separate Washable Skirts A-- Fancy Serges and Coverts in Great Variety worth up to $5.00 each, all going at only $1.00 EACH! A Rare Opportunity -' A A"'""- s Tea S4,000,qoO cn 18.000000 '-. - Tea HEAD OFFICE - ? 8,190,000 Yokohama The)nk Hiys and receives for Bill : of Exchange, Issaes Drafts and Xetters ef Credit sad tran acuageaeralbaakiagbaiaese. Sraecn tlMTekohaoMi Spec...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 November 1900

.?. 1; TWr mr j?ss -,' muT --" I l l-T V ! p. . " .."-.& rw frc -. lt1 : .V " & SST1, If; 5 v '--. v i ff-l kTZX 'M. THE HONOLULU BEPCKJCiN, STJ51UT. JKWZHBICB 15. lflMi . i WETIER FIRES IQT 1TIWMS Thinks He was Lied About While in Cuba. IE WIS ONLY DUN. HIS IUTY SAYS ENGLISH CRUELTIES IN THE TRANSVAAL WERE MUCH WORSE THAN HIS. r Holds to General Sherman Idea That -War Is Hell," but Doe Not Express it With That Old Warrior's Bluntness. Serr York. Nov. 16. A dispatch to Ifce Herald from Paris says: Gen. Weyler has emerged from his shell and fires some hot Ehot at In general In an interview given to the Figaro's correspondent. He apened by saying that he once mere jirotested against the abominahle repu tation created for him by the American and English Journals for political ynrpeses. He continued: "When I was Governor-General of aba and was defending the of Spain In that colony the least of my acts of war was distorted by the yrcss of the English-speaking nations. 2 never tro...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 November 1900

1 I 1 a 3 1 8 8 i 8 hi iy- -- t .i 'y)) HANAN & SONS Comforters. We have them at all prices. Our cheapest is SI. 50, we also have some filled with down at $G.50 and a few beautiful silk ones at $14.00 and $15.00. Pillows. A good quality. 22x22 1.25 lSxlS 75 14x14 50 Filled with Silk Floss OOyOO - .75 lSxlS 40 J.xAJL'x v. Come and inspect them; they are reafiy good values. in the market 'J YM V pamed for ornfort Famed for pit feat, Snappy, DqsirabI? Tade for HI Seasoi5 Jimes ar;d places This Greatest of American Shoes took First Prize at the Paris Exposition MGlnerny's Shoe Store CXCCCC HUES WD styles TWT u c;orvuirVc;E IRE WHAT YOU IRE AFTER Vfe can satisfy you ia our new stock of FALL MILLINERY As we have the latest Parisian Styles. We cordially invite all the Ladies of llouolnlu to call and inspect our goods. Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. Woolen Blankets and 9p Comforters w Just In Time for the Cold Weather Blankets. S4.Q0. Buys a nice pair white Woolen Bla...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 November 1900

r. ,sj35!55?S!5 SKSWi5T , , d -V r, w ' yr" i A ? - f - -. : ' o 1 - St V1 10 11E HOeSOUII. JUEPUB1JCAK, SCXDAX XOYEMMJt 190. -. - re- .. sa.--- . . . u.j wk! ' WrU)fr , ", NEWS WORTH m fe 4; S 3: JSCTssKnnssaBJi BRIGHT m CHSES AT ART LEAGUE ROOMS HONOLULU ARTISTS ARE DOING BETTER WORK THIS YEAR THAN EVER BEFORE. The Subjects Treated Are Largely Local and Give the Painters Wide Latitude to Display Their Skill With Brilliant Colors. The sixty odd canvasses that adorn the walls of the rooms of the Kilohnna Art League in the Progress block promise a popular exhibition. The work that has been hung for the annual exhibition which begins this week is the best, as a whole, that 1ms been shown In Honolulu. There are few art rooms in the larger cities, that In a collection of a like nature, show a higher average of excellence or more points or striking Individuality tlmn may be seen at the Kilohana Art League. There are not many new names on the list of exhibitors, but In the paintings displ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 November 1900

"'"'' " V "- a., jf . ' is- - . - J i.nrncri'J'1 t;m 'JJ v V" " - -" - KS , THE. HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. MHvOLUME NO.' 145. ' ' "" '. HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY XOVEiffiEK 27, 1900- PRICE FIVE CENTS 0 A jfcS '" J XjJt .- $ "X Imatrial - , ' -' - , A I - , -'" "v- 1 VERDICT II LAST IK PORTUGUESE CASES Death Caused by Poison From Alcohol Vi. WHITE IELLEBORE FIGURED IN IT SUICIDE THEORY WAS GREATLY STRENGTHENED BY THREATS THE OLD MAN MADE. .Eartest Recommenaation To Board o Health To Restrict and Regulate Sale of Methylated Alcohol and Wood Spirits. "That the said Joaquin de Sllva came to his death at Honolulu, in the Island of Oahu, on the 13th day or November, 1900, b, drinking a certain kuoWn as - methylated spiritB, to which a mall quantltyof white hellebore Jiad been added; and It Is the opin ion of this Jury that methylated ' ipirlts had been taken In tuch quantities as to alone have caused death. And further, In view of the evidence which has been adduced In the case to show that met...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 November 1900

I j 5aN& ft - fo i(!!DS I i 3- i ' r'? i . .isKSfc - c rfc f t x He Took a Mate. Captain Nystrom, of tho gasolene schooner Surprise, was married last evening to Mrs. J. Hlggins, at the bride's residence on Alakea street There were many friends of the couple present to witness the ceremonies and all wished tho newly wedded pair many years of happiness. Captain Nystrom has been for several years in the employ of the Inter-Island Co where he mado many friends. Since taking the command of tho Surprise he has been very successful in tho operation of the TesseL Captain Olesen in Command. Mate Olesen of the Mauna Loa will take out the Kq Au Hon on ker trip to Kauai today. It is probable that he win continue in the coamaad of the Tessel until Captain Mosher, who recently left on a vacation return. A Circulating Library. A circulating horary on tho froat Is tho newest departure along the wnarfs. One day last week a you&g man pleasing of manner and glib of tongue made bis appearance w...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 November 1900

T ' w "er . ;5Lr' idf - -. aatat V --; 8Bf ss js;. . fl- ?' v - Y V :V,v -V -s- " .. "3 ( ;? , sr - THE HON'OLtTLU REPUBLICN. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. tgoo. 3 GROWTH OF CONSTITUTION. Pacific Import Co. Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS and NAVY CONTRACTORS FEED HAMISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER JoMhuc Promptly Attended to Dr. W. H. MAYS OFFICE HOURS: S to 10,, 1 to 3, 7 to' 8. SUNDAYS: 0 to 11. Telephone 002. Aitir HHse Restaurant CoraeriKiag & Ala : ' Meals served at CHRISTMAS GOODS HAVE just opened the most complete stock of Christmas Good's, comprising full lines WE of every description of Toys for IJoys and Girls; many osefuf 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 doulit you will find the lowest; we can convince you if you desire t6 call. We carry no old, left-over stock. Everything up-to-date, purch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 November 1900

h i THK HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Published Every Morning Except by the EobL Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. GILL - - EDITOR TELEPHONES. Business Offlce ,.... Main 21S Editorial noo:ns Main 122 Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu; H. T., as second-class znaiL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrior J -75 9ae Year, by Mall S.00 oh Months, by Mali 4.00 Threw Months, by Mail or Carrier. 2.25 HONOLULU, II. T, NOV. 27. 11KO. . WEATHER YESTERDAY. ttut o dcnK. MxrMoiA TempOHure S - S Vt ai 9 p. m. InctK II mu Dwr rwat Ir the Dar . Mtvlu IMntire HuiuWIty "3. WINDS. East aenbeost 5 tul KocnoA.iT rox: touat. Sif Jark llirunln(f, llurwmeler and finper Mire do not ludlcxlo nun. The municipality growing. idea is steadily Honolulu requires home rule, and the legislature jvill grant iL Tho liquor license law has been changed once more, at the -whim of the Governor. The republican committee cannot afford to stand out on the proposition of appointing representative members of a charter commissio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 November 1900

- - A H- 23P Sft J', "3N n. THE HON II) -- JUST ARRIVED "White Enameled Iron" Beds from ?7. Wool Mattresses; the vrytliing for health this wci weather, double. $4VinKle, $'2.50. Wire Springs from $3. WooVrPillows, Feather Pillows, Hair Pillows. Straw Pillows, Excelsior Pillows. Meat Safes. Ire Chests, llcfrijrcrators, Bookcases, Chiffoniers, Extension Tables. lJaby'Carrinscs. Baby Chairs. Hatchets. Wrenches and every description of Hammers, Levels. Planes. Bulcs Files, Wrenches, and cvercy destrictiou of IIAliDWAttE, at Prices that Defy Com petition. Circulating Library, read) '5c nwuvblume. books lent L. S. iathf w$ Son 55 80 (late 26) Beretania Sr. Between Nuuanu and lo Fort Streets STEAM U8HDRT CS? BEG ttf lifMHi "oar, patrons WE and the central PuUHo that'we hare 'just iustaUed'New 3Iacluncy and have also ewaceeded,!' seenneg more '"First Class Workmen from the Cosat. Our worku the,future. will give better 8atkfaetkHtithan before. We wash mm H, jS) and, guarantee not tokriuk t N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 November 1900

IRISHMEN WIO FOUGHT FOR BOERjREIURN HOME THIRTY-FOUR OF THE CHICAGO AMBULANCE CORPS REACH NEW YORK. AH were Members of the Brigade Com manrfed by Ccl. Blake formerly an American Army Officer Stories cf Boers Wonderful Marksmanship. NEW YORK. Nov. IS. The North Gerataa. Lloyd steamer Travc, which arrived this morning, had on !xa.d of the Chicago Irish corps who fought In the Transvaal. They were met at Quarantine to arrange for their landing and reception. The delegation consisted of Vice-President Btickley. Patrick Egan, Dr O'Neill and J. J. Judge. The retarned Irishmen are all In good licalth and spirits and greeted the delegation cordially, saying thiy were glad to get back. They were all clad comfortably in winter clothing and looked as if they did not suffer for means Their soft broad-brimmed felt hats were decorated with buttons and other insignia of the soldiers. On their arrival in this city they were escorted to the Vanderbilt Hotel, iii.iro thov were entertained. The origin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 November 1900

- 4 r XXXXXKPPOOPO9PPPP3PX3 HANAN & SONS' A good quality. OOvOO K .k We Pillows. 1 ittW3 -..1.25 18x18 '0 14x14: ' oO Filled with.Silkloss oovooi s 4mp? .75 M8xl ....... .. -0 14x14 -25 .Come and iuspoctnthem; Uievr i are! .really. J good h . pamed for Qornfort Famed for pt ffeat, Snappy, Dirabl? fTlade for UI Seasons Jimes aod places This Emtist f iuricu S.hs took First Prize at the Paris Exposition iMGlnernf s Shoe Store "jRUJES WD 5TYIES JHT V opiifiE ABE WHAT YOU fiRE IFTER Wo am featibfy you in our new tock of FALL MILLINERY As vo have the lutest Parisian Styles. We cordially invite all the lmdiosjif Honolulu to call and inspect our goods. Miss M. E. Killean ' Hotel Street, Arlington lilock. Woolen Blankets and Blankets. VSi W Comforters ap JUst in Time for the Gold Weather Wo Comforters. have them at all prices. Our cheapest is $1.50, wc also have some filled with down at 6.50 and a few beautiful silk ones at $14.00 and $15.00. $4.00. Buys a nice pair white Woolen Blankets...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 November 1900

i . 4 1 ft s laid no stress on the vomiting. Saw what he regarded as signs of syphilis and there was ample evidence of the disease. He said he didn't take it as a Sudden death, as the man had been sick ' for bis years. The doctor said his qiletons had not hcen aroused to a thing; it they had been he would hive ordered a post mortem.. He that he was holding post mortems on every unattended death, and that he has had five cases since November 16th Courteous To Consul. Iu reply to Mr. Paris as to whether It was safe to take the word of one layman in so important a matter Dr. Pratt said he "wanted to show the consul every courtesy and didn't want to hold a ;ost mortem unless absolutely necessary." He said that In the light of what has - since occurred he thought Silva might have died of poison. When a juror asked Dr, Pratt as to the effect of methylated spirits ob the human system, he said: "I have never been In active practice since I came . here, eleven years ago.." JIo said he came o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 November 1900

V Jfr :, li . -- ( X I - R ls I ii 4 I. h E3. T ' . J,. m ' 3J . a?iy- " r .-- ?! K. , "-ft,1 -,-;? - -. & it - -. - .r jfr - 5- . s5A W cos - i W fVa .n--- ii; r' VV. i . . - ,3.: ;.. & r V ?"" ra -- - - JJ, Jf fl THE HONOLULU I - REPUBLICAN. & " Js yOLUME I, XO. 146. HONOLULU, H. T. TVEDNTESDAY; NOVEMBER 28, 1900. PxHCEITYE CE5TS "I II I LEPER!" S1ID THE STRANGER A Gruesome Outcast Came On the China. HEALTH OFFICERS TO DEPORT KIM v 'ADMITS THAT SAN FRANCISCO i -. BOARD OF HEALTH CONSENT ED TO HIS COMING. George Pratt Who Contracted The c Scourge Forty Years Ago Inter- viewed by The Republican Says He Has a Remedy to Introduce. A leper came to town yesterday, lies did it very quietly and did not say much but somehow his coming in as ' he did created an immense luror of' excitement even In this land where lepers arc 60 numerous 'as id have a large settlement set aside for their :-"pedal use and occupation. George Pratt is the name of the man who walks in the living death...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 November 1900

VSS --A-A 5ar III!; &KT HLV .s f. SIN SHIPPING NOTES. s v Fearless on a Cruise. Tho tug Foarloss started out to look for tho bark St. Katherlno yesterday morning. The China sighted a bark on tho way hero the day before she arrived and it is though that the was the long overdue bark. Special anxiety is felt for her on account of her large deckload of hogs and poultry and as the weather she has on-countered on the way has been very baffling and hot the owners of the stock are anxious to have the vessel get into port anT the stock ashore before they all die of heat or lack tf water. The St. Knthcrlne is out. twenty-nine days today and the Planter and W. G. Irwin, each having live stock and poultry aboard, are out respectively twenty-eight and twenty-seven days. The Archer was on tho boards .to leave San Francisco on tho 20th for tills port. The James Makeo brought 2570 baps of Lihuu plantation sugar which wont to the Bryant in the stream. On tho last trip up the Mariposa made the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 November 1900

r J 210 King Street -:- Telephone 80. Wo movo wires, pianos and furniture. Wo haul freight and lumber. We sell black and whito sand. Wo meet all incoming coast steamers, wo check baggage o" m outgoing steamers. V. LARSEN, Manager. Metropolitan Meat4 Co. ? 108 KING STREET. O. J. WALLER, Manage. "Wholesalo :uid Ketail BUTCHERS and NAVY CONTRACTORS FRED HARRISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER MbinE Promptly Attended to Dr. W. H. MAYS OFFICE HOURS: S to 10. 1 to 3, to S. SUNDAYS: 9 to 1L Telephone G02. Astor House Restanrant CorncrKing & Alakea Streets. . Meals served at all hours: 'First class in every detail AH GHUGK. Proprietor. T K.- Pacific Import Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street - v , J- " CHRISTMAS GOODS stock of Christmas Goods, comprising fall lines T 1 TE HAVE just the most complete A of cverv description of Toys for Boys and Girls; many useful articles for the Our stock of Holiday Goods; consistinp of the moat useful articles for Holiday Pre""" for Ladies and Gentlemen i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 November 1900

THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Published Every Morning Except Monday by the Ilcbt. GricTC Comiany, Limited. EDWIN S. GILL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. EDITOR TELEPHONES. Buslncss'Offlce Haia 215 Editorial Itooms && 123 Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu, H. T., as second-class mail. Per Month, by Carrier )ne Year, by Mall 3lx Months, by Mail Three Months, by Mail or Carrier .75 . 8.00 . 4.00 2.2; HONOLULU, H. T., NOV. 28, WOO. WEATHER YESTERDAY. MMnum Twiprwium "0 Jren. MaxRHHre TotufraUare IIniVr 3 1 al 9 t m. S!ms Inr I'otnt for Ihc Dm- - Mbau KMallvc WINDS. - r F0BHOA3T TOR TOD IT. Troicr lawnnt ekKtlBS: mjw ""J On account of the pressure upon T1k RerwbWcan'si advertlnlng columns for ti holiday trade Achortisers are rqeaUft to huve their copy for new ada, Of tor ichngs, in the office by 5 o'clock r. m. It 4s a wfiW stretch or the cull thoae night-soil carta Kven the Democrats will find to be thankful for tomorrow. T owgkt to be thankful that tboy an oa the earth. Tfce manual trainin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 November 1900

r s "$& Jt TT"- ;JV'S'r WT, """J'sC rj s"?- ?& Wfrv? .",-. - Wi kr V 2 , cS .L .vJr THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, ix. -F s- $ m m ATTEMPT TO STEAL PAPERS. News of ffie Town SEW SHIPMENT OF Raisins Currants Peel Atmore's Mimce Meat Boiled Oidei Apples Oranges Etc., Etc We ha e also received anotlior lot of thoso lnre Salter t Tel. 680. Orpheum m The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables - Side hoards Di-vans Cnma Closet Extension Tabless Direct from Eastern Factories A Cure for Hot Iron Roofs ! fjN "a ' k T Pf0 ' ' ' f Reduces the twnporature from 15 to 20 k. i ti " v ' Kx :" ." ;.V AI fd. '&. vl GALL 'AND SEE ITTBACTICALLYDEMONSTBATED -p CALIFORNIA AT THE -. . . - NEW. GOODS JUST ARRIVED WHite I2nnmclcdhIron Ueds from $7. . ,WooMaUnsscs, tlie, very .thinsT for 'comfort nudlyjnlthj'lUis wet w.eathcr, double, Sir Wire Springs from S3. Wool Pillows, Feather ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 November 1900

case, and I said to aer 1 Bare mt come here for that parpose. I said I came as a friend of her husband s and cidn't wish to hear anytmng abo.U the case; that I only came with one object in view, and that was to recor. cile her with her hnsband. I every argument tor ine purpose ti rottinir hpr to so back. She saw joe did not think her hnsband wanted her back, and I said "You are mistaken. Mrs. Miner, he does want yon bac.. Mrs. Miner said: "He has not at tempted to sec me." And I said It Is because of the injunction of the he Is afraid to talk to you, bat I am sure 'as soon as he finds oat that ii wife would .ike to hear from him he will write. I labored with her aU the time I was there. I lingered for the purpose of getting her to consent 'o something that would look towards reconciliation, but I went away without much hope. I do not remember anything 6he told me about the case. She says she told me about the incident of leaving; I do not remember It. ctin hnr! on a thin dress and s...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 November 1900

IIS rr t ?iyynoottooooooryyyvyyxxy; -AGENTS took Firbt Prize at the Paris Exposition Beautiful Sets of German Table Linen. We call special attention to Tea Sets with Napkins to match. PINK AND GREEN BORDERED. If you want to sec our latest patterns in Onjapdis! A Rug that was worth yesterday $24.00 and Is reduced today to RCDR I HANAN & SONS' a IrS 2? flpr sm - C K-ii- v.-1. - - - pamed for Qoffifort IyiGinerny's Shoe store HUES 1MD 5TYIES THT ARE WHAT YOU IRE AFTER V"e eau satisfy you in our uew stock of FALL MILLINERY -As wo have the latest Parisian Styles. We cordially invite all the Lndies of Honolulu to will and iiibpcct our goods. iss M. E. KilSean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. 1 THANKSGIVING SALl..u j -OF- TABLE LINEN AND NAPKINS WE HAVE THEM. They are all cut in 12 yards lengths. You will not find a pattern like it here. $E.0 is certainly interesting to know. We O have, about one dozen left of last 0 year's stock. They all have been re- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ducCli to actual ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 November 1900

i p News of the Courts, J. Alfrttl Magoon was yesterday iieniumwit administrator of tin- estate of Benjamin E. Steigmann under bond or $3,000 for the faithful discharge uf his duties. TIib suit of Lovejoy & Co. vs. t WaikiW lletich Co., has been appeal ;d trout hm adverse decision in the District Court to the Circuit Court. The amount sued for Is n balance of Jul on liquor bill. TImi onse of the Territory against Manuel and Rita Silva, charged with disUliitts spirituous liquors without a ..cettse, was continued yesterday to the Hxt term of thp Circuit Court by consent. The Attorney Genoral and P. M. Hruokst attorney for defendant in tha cww of 'Wong Kwni, charged with oirtmu in possession, have entered into an agreement allowing the oT'tlio case during a vacation of Au order has been signed In the Circuit Court appointing ueorge Clark as receiver In the suit against C. Akau. C. Ako and C. K. Al. by H. Hnckfeld & Co. He is authorized, under a bond of $15,000 to receive all of...

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