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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 December 1900

r ' trill 3- 1 ii3f SEW SHIPMENT OF I Raisins " Curraints Peel At mo re's Miace Meat I Boiled Cider Apples Oranges Etc., Etc. "Wc have also received anotlior lot of those large IKED BLOATERS Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. Hebcuaxt Sxiusr, Hoxolulu. s- - iV1 " VST . . THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER i. 1900. The Porter Furniture. Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits . - Chiffoniers " Chairs, Tables Side Boards Divans """ ' Cnma Closet Extension Tabless Direct from Eastern Factories PAINT THEM WITH a VRYBI6" -THE- HOSEST BAZAAR ! X. - T S DOLLINGEE . Opposite the TJnion'GriU, Xing St LARGE STOCK OF OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOB SALE CHEAP Hi LOVEJQY JM. iir " 1 I) - EXTRA C J Sole Agents Hawaiian Islands. A Cure for Hot Iron Roofs ! C000000000 . &&$LI ffi deduces the temperature fiom 15 to 20 degrees. rii. Jg T- . ' . - v i? '' f3 Mil CALL AND.SEE IT PRACTICALLY DEMONSTRATED AT THE .1 - WWte Enamele...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 December 1900

ILL OF THE MONTHLY BECOME BROKEN EXPORTS FOR OCTOBER FAR IN EXCESS OF ANY PRE- V10US MONTH. The Total for the Year Wiil Reach a xFioure That Is Unprecedented In the History of the Business Interests of the Country. WASHINGTON. Nor. 22. October exports hare broken all monthly records In the history of the commence of tic United States, and the ten months of 150 ending with October also break the record of exports for the period of preceding years, and give assurance that the calendar year 1900 will show the largest exports in the history of our foreign com merce. The total exports during the month of October, as 6hown by the records of the treasury department, were 1163.033,697, or practically double the exports of October. 1894, when they wore 163.653.121. The total for the ten months ending with October, 1900. is $1,194,775,205, or practically double that of the ten months ending with October, 1S54. Exports exceeded Imports during the ten months ending with October by practically $...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 December 1900

r IV $ ft : - . x ' & ,. t 2?oooc93y(9cwcso X u AGENTS HANAN & SONS' KK&T ''r '-.v-.l. - ns.oo pamed for Comfort ifFtt jfeat, Snappy, Dirabl? Iade for III Season jlnes at?d piae.es This Enitcst of Aurieu Skm look Tirst Prize at tlie Paris Exposition MGlnernf s Shoe Store v,:7 ,TW Mi A7w .3 O Ci VJvW .V-- rsi IRE WHAT YOU ARE AFTER ! "5 We can satisfy you ju our new stock of FALL MILLINERY As wixhve the latest Parisian Styles. &sr -Ve cordially iuvite all the .Ladies 01 uuiwrnm w and insiKict our goods. -v- s A , .": Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. i - THANKSGIVING N. T - -OF- TABLE LINEN AND NAPKINS OTacramcA Beautiful Sets of German .Table Linen. We call special attention to Tea Sets with Napkins to match. PINK AND GREEN BORDERED. '""i st,v WP If you want to see our latest patterns in - -v ,, . WE HAVE THEM. U TO d WU I i You -Will no? find a paiternjikelt A Rup that was worth yesterday S24.00 and Is reduced today to t 6 have about one.,, doren lef...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 December 1900

Bt Mifril topT' - JifliiiW ii gyv j'r THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY, DECEMBER i, 1906. r NEWS WORTH READING L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.2 have much pleasure in announcing that they have been successful in purchasing at their own price a large portion of the stock of L. 0. Thompson & Co., 898-900 Broadway, N. Y., who made an assignment for the benefit of their creditors, on September 16. Our MR. KERR happened to be in New York at the time this stock was sold; but he had already purchased largely Avhen this opportunity presented itself. Notwithstanding this he made an offer for goods suitable for this market which was accepted. . , , We are now in a position to offer the finest stock of Dry Goods ever brought io Honolulu at prices never known beiore and probably will never be heard of again. There are bargains in every Department of this extensive stock. The following are only a few of the Leaders: IMK DRESS DEPARTMENT Cotton Cha I lies Beautiful patterns, fast colors fJ5 yards ...

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

c M X X ", ft n b S. j r VARIETIES OF iNGtR IH HER CASE Two Have Been Exploited Up to Date. THE REO AND WHITE MIX BADLY &OME LETTERS OF INTEREST WERE OFFERED AND PROMPT- LY CONSIDERED READ. Dr. Miner Detained On The Witness Stand Nearly All Day On Direct Examination Husband Contradicts Wife's Testimony. The Minor divorce case Is dragging Its weary length through the first court of the tfrst circuit of Hawaii. The defendant Is still on the witness stand and all the attorneys appear to be at a high tension. Even the plaintiff has grown unusually serious and when her evidence given a few days ago was flatly contradicted by her husband, yesterday, she had frequent recourse to her fan, which sho flirted Industriously for moments at a time, me participants all appeared to be In a nervous mood and the affection communicated itself from the attorneys to the court. Even Judge Sllliman managed to got up more quickly than usual and the need of the Introduction of an automatic, quick-acting...

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

I $vl Avn VSr tHE RIO sailed yesterday riii 1 morning a few minates before 3 I ten o'clock- There was an immense crowd of at the wharf to see Wilikoki and the Prin cess on for Washington, and a profusion of lets and sweet music from the band made the departure ajrery pleasing one. BeeWes those at the wharf to see the delegate and party away there wercr many others who had friends leaving, and the Pacific Mail wharf had a bigger crowd present than the Australia usd to have in former days. whfl her departure meant the virtual EtMpexwion of business for a couple of boars, everybody going to the wharf to ee heroff. The band accompanied the Rio to the entrance of the harbor on the tug Fearless, many friends of the departing passengers going along also to bid a last farewell. During the morning the Maui, from Hawaii ports, and the Lehua, arrived. In the afternoon the Kinau arrived with her usual large number of pas- songers from the big island. A Tough Crowd. One hundred and fifty men in ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 December 1900

- p-i -. "&??" 4- t A THE HONOLULU liEPUBLICAX, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2. 1900. b e Pacific Import Me ST ,4 SR) 4TH 5TW 4x4 6x6 Hem ieoi James" Sheridan PIANO TUNER We move safes, pianos and furniture. We haul freight and lumber. We sell black and white sand. Wo meet all Incominjj coast steamers, wo check baggage on all outgoing steamers. W. LARSEN, Manager. Metropolitan Meat Co. IOS KING STREET. G. J. WAIiLEK, Wholesale and Retail - Manage. BUTCHERS and NAVY CONTRACTORS FRED HARRISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Jotting Promptly Attended to Election of Officers. At the annual meeting of the Oceanic Gas and Electric Co., Ltd., held In this city November 30th, the following officers were elected: F. J. Cross President. XL P. Robinson... Vice-President. M. M. ICohn Secretary. J. Flower ..... ....... Treasurer. E. E. Paxton Auditor. v C J. Hutchins, S. Chang Directors. M. M. KOHX, Secretary. NOTICE. Dr. J. H. Raymond will occupy temporarily part of the oiHce of Dr. TV. J. Gnlbrsith, corner Ber...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 December 1900

) . J THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Pablifihed Every Morning Except Maa-day or th EC- Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. EDWIN S. GILL - EDITOR TELEPHONES. Business OffSce Main 21S Editorial Hoomi Alain 123 Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu, H. T., as second-class matt. is SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier $ .75 One Year, by Mall S.00 3ix Months, by Mail 4.00 Three Months, by Mall or Carrier. 2.25 HONOLULU, H. T, DEC. 2. 1900. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Mma lzrwr. MlBtraaa TnerMar L Jcsree. Jiazumtiot g re At t p m. Jlttacbm VrA Ow Potat for Ite Br '.t Mvt lUtH WITS. JUrt VorttMMt 3. Fobmust roe Tod.it. Vmlir dovdr cata asd aatemta, e ilrwt of rata. THE PROSPEROUS REPUBLICAN. Today's Republican consists or two! re pages and is the largest Sunday paper ever Issued In Honolulu. Twelve pages the size of The Republican are oqu3l to sixteen pages of ax?y other paper published In this city. A jinnee over today's Republican will show how prosperous the paper is and how strong it is oocomi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 December 1900

X K Raisins v. wi . -J ,t NEW SHIPMENT OF Currants Peel I Atmore's Miace Meat ! Boiled Cider Apples Oranges Etc., Etc. v -.'-1. v- "nr ! nfchiBreoeived another lot of those large 0Kt AT THE TV. BEG to inform our patrons W aud the general publio that w have just installed Sew Machinery and have also succeeded m Mcnrlup nTore Firsi Class Workmen from the Coasts Our work in the future will give better satisfaction than before.' We wash rum and guarantee not to shrink them No Chinamen Employed. IFFICE 5SS Villi SM. The Honolulu Republican delivered by carrier, 75 cents per month. WD BLOTTERS ! Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS A'D DEALERS IS Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers , Chairs. Taoles 1 Side Boards nhmns Cnip.a Closet 1 Extension Tabless Direct from Eastern Factories 00KtKtKKKC J7A1JNT TllJCiJH iJ.xa "ftRftBIG" 2 0 0 0. O vSS. Reduces the temperature fiom 15 to 20 degrees. cIlL DEMONSTRATED...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 December 1900

Fashions and Society l-..-.... ...i .. Lsj went to the Orpheum, Jth the wild desire for amesement -which some-, times overarfaelias one- The bill was a good one. An interesting nuptial event of Wednesday evening was that which united In marriage Miss JIary Eioise Castle and Mr. Benjamin Lodge Marks. It was a home weoulng and one of the prettiest ever seen in this town. The Rev. Henry Parker officiated and the bride was attended by her maid of honor. Miss Lilian Bacon of Montreal, and the bridesmaids. Miss Beatrice Castle, Miss Helen Lowrey, Miss Claire WiJHams and Miss Edith Williams. The best man was Mr. Andrew Adams. As the bridal party advanced the girte of Kamehameha School sang in low tones the music of the Lohengrin wedding march most sweetly. After the ceremony Mendelssohn's wedding march was magnificently played by Mr. Wray Taylor. Tae bride looked exceedingly pretty In her simple but elegant gown of white silk and white illusion, the bridal veil leading a sweet enchantment ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 December 1900

T i I 8 l l I 8 k Ik MGlnerny's Shoe Store SOLE AGENTS yyyyyyooooooooooooooooiyx 6 -. - -' - ' horoughly Satisfied We are more than pleased with the success we are having, in pusiing 'The "fanan" Shoe ." We see a big and popular sale the coming vear. Hanan & Sons' name is stamped Qn every pair, and what better guarantee would you want ! POPULAR IN STYLE POPULAR IN PRICE POPULAR TO THE TRADE 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 see our latest patterns in Oradis! d&.&T&A67 f jRlUES D 5TYIJE8 JJW v c;or,ii(;E ARE WHAT YOU ARE AFTER We can satisfy you in our new stock of FALL MILLINERY As we have the latest Parisian Styles. We cordially invite all the liadies of Honolulu to call and inspect our goods. Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, ArllnKtonj31ock. THANKSGIVING sai r -OF- WE HAVE THEM. They are all cut in 12 yardslengths. You will not find a pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 December 1900

GLAUS SPRECK ELS. W.M. G. IRWIN Glaus Sureckels & Co., Bankers. HONOLULU. - - - H.I. Sau Francisco Agents The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco. DRAW EXCHANGE ON SAX ERAXCISCO The Nevada Bank of San Francisco. LONDON The Union Bank of London, Ltd. NEW YORK Aegean Exchange Natioual Bank. CHICAGO Merchants National Bank. PARIS Credit Lyouunis. BERLIN Dresdner Bank. HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA- The Hongkong and SlauigbaLBanldng Corporation. NEW ZEALAND SD AUSTRALIA Bank of New Zealand. VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank of British North America. TXAKSACT A GENERAL SAKXIXCt AXD EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Deposits Received. Loans Made on Approved Security. Commercial and Travelers Credit leaned. Bills of Exchange Bought and Sold. COLLECTIONS PEOXPTLT AC COUNTED TOE. Major Purdy Here. W. A. Purdy, formerly with the First American Bank of Hawaii at Hilo, arrived in the Kinau last evening. He is here on business. Contractors & Builders General Business Agency. All kinds of laborers' supplies. CURB S...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 December 1900

i.' W9 10 l VOLUME L NO. 150 inn era RETURNS Pull Text of the Bulletin Issued at Washington. BREAT GROWTH IN FOUR YEARS INCREASE IN POPULATION MORE THAN TEN PER CENT PER ANNUM. Table In the Bulletin That Will Prove of Great Value to the Student-Honolulu District Contains Almost 40,000 People. (From a Staff Correspondent. WASHINGTON, Nov. 16. The population of the Hawallai IslandB wa announced by the census bureau at 3 o'clock this afternoon. The toUl pop Under the terms of this requirement n census of the Hawaiian Islands was taken every six yenrs from 1SCC tt 1896, inclusivo. The present census that of 1900, has been taken as a part of the work of the twelfth census .f the United States, the dlroctor of the census having been authorized and di rected by Section 7 of the census ac; to make suitable provisions for tho enumeration of the population and products of the Hawaiian Islands, nui to employ 'or the purpose either supervisors and enumerators or special agents, aB ho should dee...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 December 1900

I . l' SI I J I .. f ti K R wmmmmmm '? . .--V' ,,Tj ' mtJtmj&Ui&mtl)m 'i MtwM ' '!M0a'JS v 1 IO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1900. MOSQUITOES PROPAGATE DREADED One Investigator Loses His Xiife and Another Develops a Pronounced Case, Leading the - Medical Officers to Adopt this Theory. TJe Philadelphia Medical Journal for Normnber ptiittishoa an article liy Dr. Walter Rood, surgeon ct Umj United States army, who tras ity Dr. Jame Carroll, Dr. A. and Dr. Jeee W- Lazear, assistant srgeor of the arraj. showias Uwt moMmitooB propagate yellow Tbey conducted investigations fn Qcmadoe and Havana, Cuba, upon Uw direction of the surgeon general of tho array. From their study of the disease they report that they drew this conclusion: "The mosquito serve as the host for tho parasite of yellow fever, and it is highly probable hat the disease is only propagated through the bite of this insect." This conclusion is regarded as cf high importance in the medical profession, pa...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 December 1900

"" o b f O 8 o o 8 o OCCIDCNTAT MEDICAL T1MES0N HE F1ISTFHHF Of PI Of 11 SIN FRANCISCO ,' The current auiaber of the i dental Medical Time hag an Uve article upon tie pase situation, entitled "The PtegMO and the Pacific Medical Joanta." is which It defends Its positfoa sad attacks the position takea by the latter journal, is edited by Dr. Wliurtow Aa-d arson In the interest, so far a plague matters are cocerad. of ine commercial view of the slaatlon taken by Governor Gage and the San Francisco newspapers. ...The article Kij-H in part: - It has always bea tho'alra and endeavor of the Medical Times to aro:d porfcoiialitle and therefore personal criticism, which couW be construed an aaeh. Tate rale -would remain inviolate in the preeont case were the matter cue of mere iwrboaai concern, bat the question is of far greater inaKMitade and of aucb far-reaching ronsefiaencee that we have no alternative but to reopen it. We would have avoided the course, despite our contemporary's scurriloue...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 December 1900

4X i w t , ii CHRISTMAS. 25525 t - TELEPHONE 550 "COMBINOLA." New-this year. Forty (40) games on one board. Holiday stock now open. Come early. Wall Nichols Co., Ltd. 226 BARGAINS ? j J. 1 d San Francisco Has a Warehouse BufM on a Stranded Hulk. From the New York Tribune. The Front street building which icsts upon the wreck of a beached ship may be the only one of the sort in New York, but at least In one other city there is a similar structure, and locally a better known one. for the building preserves the name of the ship. This is in San Francisco, where none may aspire tc rank in tho pioneer or class unless he cat, distinctly remember when "tho wnter ranio up to Montgomery street," -which relatively- to tho present pier and bulkhead line represents a dislancoiuucjij further inland than Front street In New York. At the time when Montgomery street had only one side, ueing in reality the beach, the iay of San covered with all of ships lying Idle, for the reason that all hands and- t...

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

a TS y- l i 5$ . vrt' T &. ?s Av THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLTDfE I, XO. 151. HONOLULU, H. T, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1200. PRICE FIVE CENTS Y WORKING OLD LEADS MINER DIVORCE Pay Rock Now Appears Completely Exhausted. TAILINGS BEING WORKED OVER DOCTOR MINER ON THE RACK AND SHAKEN UP BY MILL- MAN SILLIMAN. The Not Altogether Pleasing Story of the Domestic Life of the Miners Told What of the Rebuttal Today7 The Minor trial was of rathor a mild charactor yesterday. There wan but one feature of the case that was specially worthy of consideration. That occurred at the closeof the morning cession. Dr. Minor told how. sin'e the trial had begun.that he had been deprived of seeing biB daughtor, at the command of his wife, as he said, and gave a most pathetic story in reference to their last meeting. "Do you want to see your child?" said Judge Humphreys. "Do I?" responded Dr. Miner, in a key he had not touched during the trial, and in tone inaudible to the reporter, but one that must have be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 December 1900

ltd .v v V HE uptown wharfs are beginning to lake on their usual air of business activity again and yesterday was a busy day at the Railroad wharf and Brewer, Inn-card and Emmes wharfs Tho wharfs were busy us wmal on Monday and at the Oceanic the Ellhv Thomson was hard at wort throwing out cargo while a horde of impatient consignees waited for their goods and swore when they did net arrive. The big tramp steamer Aztec was looked for all day yesterday from San She is coming on her way to Manila with army stores and will step here to discharge some freight for the Quartermaster's Department ami take coal. The -bark Urrant and ship Curtis ara rapidly getting their cargoes and will get away this week for San The ship Kennebec is without a crew and It will probably be several days before she gets one unless the captain eonclttdos to take a crew f japs. The Thomas Arrives. There was a mild riot on the dock yesterday morning. The steamer htllhu Thompson was alongside and nobody knew how to...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 December 1900

H -.-.- Toys and Dolls We are offering exceptional values in Dolls of all sizes.- Our 10. 15, '20, 25, 35, 40 and 50cts Dolls are quick sellers. We also carry a full stock of largo size dressed and undressed Dolls. DOLL CARRIAGES in 15 styles and sizes. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS and NAVY CONTRACTORS FRED HABJt I CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Attended u Election of Officers. At the annual meeting of the Ocean ic Gas and Electric Co., Ltd., held ir this city November 30th, the follow Ing officers vrere elected: P. J. Cross President. M. P. Robinson... Vice-President. M. M. Kohn Secretary. J. Plower Treasurer. E. E. Paxtoa Auditor. C J. Hutchtns, S. Chang Cbau... Directors. M. M. KOHN, Secretary. NOTICE. Dr. J. H. Raymond,wiH occupy tem porarlly part of the office of Dr. TV. J Galbratth, corner Beretania and Ala Jcea streets. Office hoi.ni, 10 to 12 a m. Telephone, 204. 1 I : B AI LEY'S IKE ITS 1 yn fJMJ"' jr m THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4, i9x Pacific Imp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 December 1900

K V. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Published Every Morning Except Monday by tie llobt. Grieve Publishing Company, limited. EDWIN S. GILL. - - EDITOR TELEPHONED Business Offlee Main 2l Editorial Booar. Main 123 Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu, H- T., aa ma!L SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier J -75 Oao Year, by MU SM oil Months, by Mall 4-09 Three Months, by Mall or Carrier. 25 (HONOLULU, H. T., DEC. 4. 1900. WEATHER YESTERDAY. M 4U p m. lncbe Ucs fatal lur Uw Dr " WI.VDS. NotUmkh 1. naijt(r res To dat. b4 flw wMlber; tight MMUMrtr ln The Republican is glad to sec its taorafog contemporary lollow in The Ketnbllcan'ft lead in advocating tower ratal on the steaturtlp lines between Hawaii and the mainland. Who say the riawaiians arc not ready for American citizenship. Why ven the Hawaiian newsboys can give their brethren of the mainland on how to llimilam the public by gelling a half a paper for a complete number. Tho Advertiser in its opposition to municipal government for Hon...

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