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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 29 November 1900

f --.. T , -J!"! JA X r THE. HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. -" THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1200. PRICE FIVE CENTS VOLUirE I. SO. 147. HONOLULU, H. T., f V REPUBLICANS USER TO FXnraj CHARTER Take Up the Idea Suggested By the STEALING INDEPENDENT THUNDER MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT NOW CONSIDERED PRACTICAL BY THE REPUBLICANS. Executive Committee Seems To Feel That It Would Be Some Glory To Cheat The Independents Out Of Their Due. Tho sontimont now Is unanimous for a city charter and municipal government for Honolulu. The Republican contral committee at a meeting last ovunltiK took a forward step sn the matter by an ,nuahUeti IihIok ,.., r .- ,.fcnrtu.,.rf if h,, ,.. i i .... i. ..! ...... eu a rueuiuuuii niviims n all-around representative chattur commission which will turn out 2. product that the party boixss it will nover feol tho need to disown. As a matter of fact Republicans according to a plank in their platform desire io i father a non-partisan charter which, if such a thing should come to pass, tho...

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. — 29 November 1900

LTwrupcTrnnAV afternoon, soon i "XT 5 after 1 o'clock, there was 3 1 t tans a barkentine sighted off Koko Head. Soon a bark made her appearance and both the Fearless and Eteu started for the vessels to bring them In to port as soon as possible. They proved to Imj the Planter and the J. C. Glade hich have been awaited so long day night no doubt caught the be calmed vessels long Iwfore it reached horc and brought them along at a lively rate until they were sighted from Diamond Head lookout station. If the winds keep up as they were blowing yesterday there Is no doubt but today and In fact the rest of this week will see the arrival of all the lone delayed vessels. This will make lively times on the front again and big work for the two tugs. At the present time there are due here a groat many vessels from the Coast IxirtK and Newcastle. Europe and the East- From San Francisco the Aloha, W. G. Irwin. S. C. Allen, Andrew Welch, St. Katherine and Ala are all out more than twenty days. The ...

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. — 29 November 1900

5 3 v.i C v .l f?l I B J8 ST ip z 4TW 5TH James Sheridan PIANO TUNER FOHTY years practice, lleforoncea if desired. AH kinds of Musical Instruments Timed and Jtepairod. Office With IronPenco, anil Monumental Co. 17G to ISO S. King Street, Lincoln Block. Phono MAIN '278. Kesidenct Occidental Hotel. Phone fiS4. The Union Express Co., Office with Evening?Bulletin. 5tl(( King Street -:- -:- Telephone 86. We inovo safes, pianos and furniture. Wo haul freight and lumber. Wo sell black ami white sand. Wo meet all incoming coast. Btenmcrs, we check biiggjigo on all outgoing steamers. W. LARSEN, c , - , - Metropolitan Meat Co. 10S KING STREET. O. J. WALLER, ... Manage. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS and NAVY CONTRACTORS FRED HARRISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Attended to Dr. W. H. MAYS OFFICE HOOKS: 8 to 10, 1 to 3, to & SUNDAYS: 0 to 1L Telephone G02. Astor House Restaurant CorncrKing'S: Alabcalstrcots. f Meals servedt Mouts. First class in every detail AH CHUCK, AILEY'S IKE...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 29 November 1900

THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Published Every Horning Except Monday by the Robt. Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. EDWIN S. GILL TELEPHONES. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. EDITOR Business Office Mala 2181 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu H. T., as second-class maiL Per Month, by Carrier $ .75 )z Year, by Moil ZM c x Month, by Mail 4.0 Thf c Months, by Mail or Carrier. 2.25 HONOLULU, II. Tn NOV. 20, 13. WEATHER YESTERDAY. It i T' tgnw. M .itM im TAnfvnture h itcrv. I nit lT all dl J j ' i - 0 1 Inclww 41 is lN.tat lor tbe Iter 9 S 41 WINDS. i.w v 1 to i. I St. HPftBOAtfr nE TBPAV. vi4, sad Mr AUtr. McKINLEY LUCK. Ecr uincc William McKInloy came IrtT prominence as a member of congress there has been a good deal of talk in a quiet way. In Ohio, about ' Mi Kinley Luck." This has extended bfjond the confines of Ohio since Mr. McKInley became n man of national prominence. When his congressional district was gerrymandered by the democratic legislature of Ohio in February, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 29 November 1900

- V .$" A $" tr sy C I EW SHIPMENT OF vf Raisins Currants Peel ; Atmore's HEmce Meat i I Boiled Cider Apples Oranges m 2 ! ! &- Etc., Etc. I We hao also received another lot of those large L. S. Mathews & Son SO (lato 2G) Berotanli St. Between Nuuauu and Fort Streets 1 HONOLULU STUM laundry co. WE BEG to inform our patrous and the general public that we have just installed Now Machinery and have also succeeded in securing more First Class Workmen from Jthe Coast. Our work in the future will give better satisfaction than before. We wash . FLANNELS and guarantee -not to shrink them No Chinamen Employed. 8FFICE 5IS Ketcl Strait PRIME SIS. The Honolulu Republican delivered by carrier, 75 cents per month. , SMOKED BLOATERS i Salter AWaity J Tel. 6S0. Qrpheum Block. GroGers. 1 i I t The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMl'OItTEKS AND DEALERS IK Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Taoles SiJe Boards Divans Cnma Closet Extension Tabless Direct fr...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 29 November 1900

a 3GV ; m Mrs. L. Clare Davis in Stockton Malt. HAVE 1 SJrtojLSL ;VTSa?3atnJnuClUrS the rot-re depends upon tLTne to be kept from going wrong; tbe association mLTJSSl wort n providing a peasant place where boneless ; . yjSe. tbat they may not have to go to saloons .ungHiPB slinilM aii take an interest, to the en4 etc ii is a lhihs "- -- "--, , . . .,.- ,m ... - man mar IM KMH. EWO. Pardon, if I seem of the divine SiS effort than that any path. Tho fact But I honestly Villi UIW - --.. rotec teVremhtag tbkt goe to th uplifting of mankind, have alwars , . ALwVth the wk of the Young Men's Christian Association. of the attitude that many uwe trifle weary Uutt I am a I coorew ' rauR cu"r" T , .u nMlonr hmeins that IS . .. m i m :irfa ui cuv ..,.-- CT i a 1 , ?rr j ,m, w iu hBl on the assumption that a young man .lik thhw borTof Satan and bound to go to destruction unless he be i rrom had places. I am tired of the ftsfcdMo KtayJns away . " tnat !? 1ST. od Pce attractive it must "W , ASle t...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 29 November 1900

ft ft i i 1 I - 8 8 I. 8 s ST &X!&DCCO00900 -AGENTS F'OFR HANAN & SONS' took First Prize itt the vGlnerny's Shoe Store Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. WanksgivI SALE..... -OF- jK TABLE LINEN AND NAPKINS Beautiful Sets of German Table C Linch.fWc alV special' attention .-'To " Tea Sets with Napkins to match: PINK BORDERED. Jf you want to seo our latest WE Orapdis! You They ere. A Rub -that was worth yesterday $24.00-and is reduced today to $I.00 Z- Q Is certainly Interesting. to know. We l " O have about one dozen left of last 0 year's stock. They all have been re- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO juctHj to actual cost. They are not O moth eaton, but we are simply tired Q of showing the same old patterns. Switzerland manufactures the most beautiful Gllrt&iniS.$ BcforVUie.tarifftoolF effect we im-ported a few beauties. Some at $2g Si pSLIf Famed for Qomfort Famed for Fit r - ffeat, Snappy, Dsirabl? Iade for HI Seasons Jimes 2r)d places This Greatest of American Slues...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 29 November 1900

f Its DRESS DEPARTMENT Cotton Chailies Beautiful patterns, fast colors 5 yards for $1 American Shirtings Guaranteed to retain color even if boiled in soda - '- 20 yards for $1 V Liberty Silks Black Grounds, White Floral Designs 15 yards for $1 Ginghams Fast Colors, New Styles.Checksand Stripes-, J 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 goods; we could only get a few pieces; Dark Winter Shades, Rich Floral Effects; make a handsome waist 35 cents per yard COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAME TO BE PLAYED TODAY Tlio Thanksgiving football match game between the Punahou alumni anil college tenma will be played this aftornoon at the College grounds at 3 o'clock. It took quite an effort to induce the college boys to enter this contest, owing to tho severe test which they withstood Inst Saturday In their fierce combat with the Maile Ultnas. Finally the alumni t...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 November 1900

J T N "V" r ""V 5T S .'V"-T' "V JT"" "- 4TC - . . J. w. .afwjuif i.ii ih'ia.'W T ..( dnmoia. jfiU8!0 :Hlri" v7 j?Jfi Vwy. rpTTT7 TTniViniT T TT T1 REPUBLICAN. 4t VOLUME I, NO. 14S. i m n FIERCE STORMS SWEEP OYER MIDDLE WEST Many Lives Lost in the Mississippi Valley. GREAT DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY WINDS SWEEP OVER THE? GREAT? j . ' L'AKES" WITH TERRI- ' s BLE FORCE. f Eastern Slooc of the Mountains in Colorado Visited by the Heaviest Blow Ever Known There Colorado Springs Badly Damaged. MEMPHIS (Tenn.), Nov. 21. Advices from the sections of Mississippi, Arkansas and Indicates that the loss of life and damage to property is-jar grtaftSr than at first reported. Thtyltflicul ti in thit wnv of securing Inlrmi the devastated sections aio j almost Insurmountable. The piace affected are remote and Isolated, and 'at the best they are not well equipped with means of communication, and the storm which last evening carried devastation across the country at th-J name time swept away the wires, so...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 November 1900

5 Y VESTERDAY afternoon, soon ESTERDAY was Tiirkey ua.y on ise ironu ine additions to the vessels in the harbor arrivins Wednesday and yesterday took the lonesome appearance away as all the vessels here bad their nags flying in honor of ie boflday it -was comparatively speaking naitc a gay sight. It was not a holiday for all the people who are Interested in shipping rs th Mariposa was working taking coal and discharging some small freight at Ue Oceanic wharf, the ship Kennebec finished discharging and moved from the Railroad to the old wharf to take ballast, and the St. Kathcrine. Irwin and J. C. Glade were orought In from outside and put at the uptown wharfs. The steamers Ke Ah Hou and J. A. Cummins arrived from their regular trips to Kauai and windward Oahu ports respectively in time to let their crews have their turkey dinner ashore. The St. Kalherinc which made such a long trip from San Francisco entered Uie harbor early yesterday morning. She was reported late Wednesday evening...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 November 1900

'"$ej Pacific Import Co FlYE' T M V$fo 4x4 Gheni 6x6 Gheni Wholesale and Ketall BUTCHERS and WAVY CONTRACTORS FRED HARRISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Attended to Dr. W. H. MAYS OFFICE HOURS: S to 10, 1 to 3, 7 to ,& SUNDAYS: 0 to 11. Telephone C02. Mor IIoaRMaiirawt CorBcrf King & Alakca'Strects. jpr f Meals served at all hours. First class in every detail ffr s:AH:cHucKrM A i " ?-' r ab ab Incorporated. Progress JBIjocte, Fort Street e Covers at 40cts e Covers at 75cts Mgf&. t. Great Specials WE MtE Or rWUKi JflS MiUVt ' . VST Dozen Ladies' Fancy Border Handkerchiefs at SOcts. a dozen ont Ladies' Crash and Duck Dress Skirts to close out at great re- OrVU ductions; SOcts, 75cts and QHoto a Skirt 4TH 5TVV Colored Lawns in Fast Colors, in large variety of patterns, ar 15cts Goods. We wil offer this week at 8 per ft Goods displayed in our windows Ladies' Shirt Wast Sale. Prices cut in ha f. James Sheridan PIANO TUNER FOKTV yean practice. References, if .levins...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 November 1900

THE HONOLULU KEPCBLICAK. Put.Ifihed Every Morning Except Mon day hy the lisbt. Grieve Company, Limited. EDWIN S. GILL (in TELEPHONES. rlr. - EDITOR OSe Main 21S e:.Ltia1 Rkhs tain E trred t the Pest 021ee at H. T., as maiL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. M nth. by Carrier -J . O ar. by Mail S.M f !" rh, by Mall 4.M 71 .c Months, by Mall or Carrier. 2.25 HONOLULU, H. T., NOV. 30, l'JOO. WEATHER YESTERDAY. M ToMpTlir 7J Jecrr. M degrees. i 5 j m. W locbw. Una I !"oln tor the Dnjr 6T. Mr-in BvlAttre UumWItr ". WISPS. S 1 vt t. Fokeoast roB TODAT. hpf aking about Trusts, what do you t r i. r.f the Doctors' Trust. It Is " omceded to bo "a poach," but ( ,t ou know that physicians are . tr J to bleed you? Now that one Chinese slave child 1.3-1 Leon rescued from cruel Chlncso owr.rs The Republican hopes the Protective League- will not falter :n Its kolmI work until the nearly two hjr.jrrd Japanese slaves at Iwilei l.ac been released from masters far mart' cruel than Ng Mon War and bin Wife ever dared b...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 November 1900

r - "-"S-? KEW SHIPMENT OF . I Raisins Currants . Peel Atmore's Mice Meat Boiled Cider Apples Oranges Etc., Etc. "We bate also received auothur lot of those larjre flEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED AVHItc Enameled Iron Beds from $7. Vcm Mattresses, the very thing for comfort ami health this wet weather, double, 4 : iugle, $J.50. : Wire Springs from 1. Wool Pillows, Feather Pillows, Hair Pillows, Straw Pillows. Excelsior Pillows. Meat Safes, Ice Chests. Refrigerators, Itookcnses, Chiffoniers. Extension Tables, ltalty Carriages, Haby Chairs. Hatchets, Wrenches and every description t.f Hammers, Levels, Planes. Rules. Files, Wrenches, and everey destriction of HARDWARE, at Prices that Dcftf Circulating Library, books lent to tad, 5c per volume. L. S. Mathews & Son SO (Into 2G) Beretania St. Between Nuunuu and Fort Streets 1ft HONOLULU STUM LAUNDRY CO. BEG to inform our patrons WE and the general public that we bavo just installed New Machinery and have also succeeded in securing more First G...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 November 1900

FRINGES OF THE GIORN OF AMERICA DISPOSED TO AWARD CAR DINAL HATS TO THIS COUNTRY. Revives Old Story of the Am- a Lit. oris and Strife Between Arch- Bjshops Ireland and Corrlgan New Factor in the Struggle. u lOHK Nov. 22. A despatch ' H'a J from Rome Kays: A rndltion of feeling ex a tLf Austrian l" VUan and His Holiness. ti tuc distnouuon 01 Ir.z L :a! tats. lie Government has of t r rgng with much persist' " z the Archbishop of Prague ,.i the coveted scarleL s f Prague Is considered oy i - - historical and other t ) ' c of premier rank and I I by a succession is Lf princely title. It Is now Baron Scribnitz. Tit .. . has jast given a final 1 is negative, on the j - V Archbishop Is ' there are other dtean ui'w. These wilt touch ion, as the number of i xpreted by the French t te granted. ' iftlon Is due to th" . 'tanrt' attached bj HI Increasing mau Catholic faith in in which countrv of two new appoint- of ! r 1 - of the church bsve '.jxin This appointment ' ii! American Cardinals. - i...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 November 1900

h " :r HANAN & SONS' pamed for Cprrifort , - pamed for pit ffeat, Snappy, Dirablt? Iadc for ill Seasons Jines arjd places This Greatest of Aiirieu SIm: took First Prize at the Paris Exposition MGlnernf s Shoe Store I X UUE8 f(D 5TYLES TWT IRE WHIT YOU IRE AFTER We am witibfy you in our new stock of PALL MILLINERY As we 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 ttlock. THANKSGIVING SALT - -01?- TABLE LINEN and NAPKINS 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 Orapdis I A Rug that was worth yesterday $24.00 and is reduced today to WE HAVE THEM. They are all cut in 12 yards lengths. You will not find a pattern like it here. $flfjo0 H - is certainly interesting to know. We have about one dozen left of last year's stock. They all have been reduced to a...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 November 1900

B the Sunday school superintendent they marched up Beretanla street to .lie grounds of the North Pacific Mis sion Institute. The children were gaily attired in American costumes it.. the exception of two who wore the black Oriental dress with wooden shoes. Reaching the grounds the children In the charge of their teachers en gaged In a tug of war. Japanese fencing, a lantern race, a potato race, and a Ilag sport" which Is a contest to catch a waving ilag. A lunch was served to the children, consisting of Tice and susl in small baskets. The grounds were, beautifully decorated and draped with the Japanese colors of crimson and white and lanterns in gay profusion. In the center was a triangular flag enclosure called a The games were over at 3 o'clock. Two hundred children were present. Ou Pacific Heights another branch of the Christian Japanese observed the holiday by a Thanksgiving walk. AT THE ORPHEUM. Best Vaudeville Performance Ever Given Here Presented Last Night. One who went to t...

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

i M -.' 'r0, ---s --" -. "'tj' 5J"" -"-,- j , '-v ."" n- ! ---, . I 4 .. v r I -T A .,- a- ? - . " J- tv v S . V " '" " f. & a ,-. ..: . v . r; "" . - . v ' SMC f .' ,v THE H0M3CULU REPUBLICAN - " : , - - - ; - PRICE FIVE CENTS H. DECEMBER 1, 12XL HONOLULU, T., SAaTJRDAY, VOLUME I, SO. 149. i m moke lilKRll KIM1T Record of Testimony Brought Up to Date. BREAT LEGIL BATTLE YESTERBAY -COURT HOLDS CONFIDENCES BE-' TWEEN WIFE AND HUSBAND LEGALLY INVIOLABLE. Dr. NUncr Takes The Witness Stand In His Own Defense and Speaking of His Child Breaks Down. The Miner divorce case has run the gamut of the human emotions and im pulse. The pathetic side was developed yesterday. Dr. Miner was on the Btand to tell the story of the failure of his marriage. He was telling how he bad been' summoned from a hunt Inr trip toCottonwood, California, to his home -at Salinas, by a telegram from his" wife, saying, "Come home; little V. Is very sick." It seems that V.M referred to little Gladys, whose real nam...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 December 1900

rr. :& ; a 7 SHE only arrivals yesterday -T wore the Noeau, James Ncsmuh and steamer Rfo. I 1 This is the fourth time n elrea years thai the Ro has been on time and her officers arc beginning- t oongratnlatc themselves on the record they have made for promptness this trip and the trip previous. The last time the mail boat was here from the Orient she was on time and she reach od San Francisco on time much to the uarprige of the water front wise one who never looked for her until one or two days after schedule time. When ab was reported from the Merchants Exchange lookout it was thought that a mistake had been made but she stemmed into the harbor of San Fran cteco and went through her course of sprout with Dr. klnyoun just as if Hho was always on time. The American bark James Xosmlth after a slow voyage of sixty-four days from Newcastle arrived in port yes torday morning and anchored in th ftream. She would havo arrived much sooner except that the winds encoun tared were at times...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 December 1900

f -- r fc Pacific Import Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street Five ' James Sheridan PIANO TUNER . FORTY years practice. References if desired. All kinds of Musical Timed and Repaired. Office With the Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Co. 176 to 180 b. King Street, Lincoln Block. Phone MAIN '27S. Residence Occidental Hotel. Phone fiM. The Union Express Co., Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 KiiiR Street -:- -:- Telephone 86. Wo movo sares, pianos and furniture. We haul freight ami lumber. Wo sell black imd white sjuid. We meet all incomiiiKcoaststeamers, wo check bagKago on all outgoing steamers. W. LARSEN, Manager. Metropolitan Meat Co. 108 KING STREET. Q. J. WAIiUSB, - Manage.. Tholesalo and KeUvil BUTCHERS and WAVY CONTRACTORS FRED HARBISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Attended to OFFICE OOORS: S to 10, 1 to 3, 7 to S. t SDNDAYST: 0 to 1L ' Telephone G02. Aslor House Restaurant CornorKing S Alskca Strcctt. ! an 8b .f&t f -. - &"- I r Great Specials e Cover...

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

THE HONOLULU KKPUBLICAN. Published Every Morning Except Monday by lac Kobt. Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. EDWIN S. GILL - - EDITOR TELEPHONES. Business Office ." Main 21S Editorial Rooms Main 123 Entered at the Post Office at IL T., as second-class malL . iGBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier .75 One Year, by Mall S.OQ Sx Months, by Mali 4.ufl Three Months, by Mail or Carrier. 2J2S 1IIONOLDLU, H. T, DEC. 1. 1900. "WEATHER YESTERDAY. Mb TrnifrtBre IS derrr. Minimum THflralin 9. J. -. Mai (mum Tminitirt 0 rt. BrmrWrr 39 Si itl 9 p. m. 0 leltn - Mo IMw I"o4nt tor Uie Day . Mvuj UoiMlre WIMS- Xtrtbctut 3 rot.TaA.KT ran Todat. CI willing ap rr jaorc rln. THE SUNDAY REPUBLICAN. Tomorrow's Republican will consist of twelve pflgos and will be the largest and best Sunday paper over issued ii Honolulu. There will be many bright and Interesting features for Sunday reading, bomothlng to interest every one. Among the special features will be a story of the old paintings stored in vario...

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