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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 December 1900

U "We hae alo received another lot of those large 0 0 0 STEM UUW CO- BEG to inform our patrons WE aL.d the general public that w have just iu&talled New Macldnery aud have also succeeded in scaring more First Class Workmen from Uie Coast. Our work iu the future will give better satisfaction than before. We wash and ruwrfl ft fc :t guarantee not 80S. Uf j to shrink them No Chinamen Employed. -s- OFFiCE 513. doliT Dyfcarner.y oeawiFw mauiu ummm on SMOKED KwfwTWi Telephone Ksii P. 0. Box 877 ' W" THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4. " NEW SHIPMENT OF Raisins Currants Peel Atmore's Mince Meat Boiled Cider Apples Oranges Etc., Etc. BLOATERS Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. Te Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMVOKTEHS AND DEALERS IK Furniture jgjpliolstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers . - Chairs, Tables Siie Boards Divans Cnma Closet Extension Tabless Direct Prom Eastern Factories PAINT THEM WITH "ArRftBIG" OFFICE: -THE to . .KEWALO. . Your Orders So...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 December 1900

THE WIFE IN THE HOME BY MlREY. RIN6IID Central Onlcn Pastor Delivered A Sermon Telling Woman How to Make Husbands Happy. At the Central . alon church Sunday ovoning the Rev. William Morris Kin- cald deWvered a sermon on the ject, "The Wife In the Home." It is oae of a series that has been given of Sunday evenings for several weefcs and mech Interest Is being developed In-the eubjects -which in general cover qvestioas relating to husband and wife before and after marriage and the like. Mr. KJacaid said that Great Britain sttd also America each contain per-taps 1JH9JM more remales than twite, besides the physical defects of s large share of the world's population provosts marriage. Then with and gesture the pastor declared that many men are not worthy to be come the husbands of virtuous women and thy have ao right to ask theli Mtadc in marriage. The pastor oiffers slightly he says from a "very much married man" named Solomon, who would sacrince the odtB&ry department to sociabilit...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 December 1900

I I. 1 )iX000yOOOOOOOOi ;i9 9M Thoroughly Satisfied .s. . -OF- A -V- TABLE LINEN AND NAPKIN Beautiful Sets of German Table Linen. We call special attention t Ta Sets with Napkins to match. PINK AND GREEN BORDERED. If you want to see our latest patterns in Orars! We arp more than pleased with the success we are baring, in pusiing The "Hranan" Shoe Wc see a big and popular sale the coming year. ITanxn t Sons' name is stamped on cverj pair, and what better guarantee would you rrant ! POPULAR IN STYLE '3 POPULAR IN PRICE POPULAR TO THE TRADE VGlnerny's Shoe Store SOLE AGENTS .te, w UJIE8 WD 5TYIES JJW OffllfE ARE WRIT YOU ARE AFTER We caii patisfy you in our new stock of FALL MILLINERY As we have the latest Parisian Styles. We cordially invite all the Ladies of Honolulu to call and inspect our goods. 5.'. Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. SALE -. THANKSGIVING WE HAVE THEM. . They arc all cut in 12.yards lengths. Ycu will not 'find a pattern like it here. rV A Rug that wa...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 December 1900

r Our tru 111 nets and drums startle the town. PROTECTIVE LEAGUE PERFECTS ORGANIZATION Are in Earnest and Can Rely on the Co-operation of United States Court Officials. The rrotectivo League held a meeting yesterday afternoon nt Y. M. C. A. hall and porfocted its organization. A large number of men were present. Aftor some discussion it was decided to make the number of directors instead of nine. The directors chosen were elected for three, two and one year terms. Those elccteTl for the tin co year term were: Theo. li. Richards, J. r. Cooke, V. M. G. L. Pearson and Maj. Geo. Wood. For the two year term: Kev. W. D. Weston elt, W. A. Bowcn, H. C. Coleman,. Lorriu Andrews and A. E. Corey. For the ono year term, T. D. L. Nnone, Henry Wateruousc, D. H. Case and W. K. Azbill The boanl of directors m!t at onco aud olecteu the following ollicers from tholr number: President, W. A. Bow-on; vice-president, G. L. Pearson: secrotary, D. H. Case; treasurer, J. P. Cooke. All present signed the co...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 December 1900

-, "JffJSSST 3 " j. V 3"sr - -- " r' up ! ;aj ScV vv .' - 4 i V?, THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. i. ' VOLUME I, XO. 152. HONOLULU, H. T., TOEDXKSDAT DECEMBER 5, 1500. PRICE FIVE CENTS POLICE METHODS ON HI ISLAND OF Hilo Tribune Exposes Some of the Crookedness. ANDREWS HOT ALONE TO BUME OTHERS HIGHER IN AUTHORITY SAID TO BE THE SIBLE ONES. Sons of Police Officers Have a Mo nopoly in Illicit Selling .ofDp! urn and Liquor Merchants Without Legal Licenses. The oxposure, through The Republican, of tho malfeasance in office of Sheriff Andrews of Hawaii has Anally aroused the territorial officiate sufficiently to cause then to ask Andrews for an explanation, which apparently Is not forthcoming. For years this pet ty official has oxerciBcd his authority with an arbitrariness and petty tyran ny that would not have been tolerated In a governor of a Russian province. He has boon the sole arbiter of the destinies of the people of the Island of Hawaii. If he recommend a liquor be granted to one or his...

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. — 5 December 1900

n It " - - i A " ; - - . w. w T5 yvvfc"v r T &V ift. - .'i 1 iTXlt&??Z fcrw ; rs; r. f v k. r x tex " 1 -!. t. a ' ?X'n"f ,, JnULXM W - " rCi s 7HE steamers Artec and Dor ic from San Francisco were looked for all day yesterday but failed to put In an appearance up to a late boar last night. The Aztec is Runnosed to have left San FranclSeo on the 23rd of and was to can hre to leave some trdgtit an duke coal. The Aztec Is in the army transport service and It is probable that If she left on time she has bad a mishap on the way down which accounts for hr late arrival. The Railroad wharf these days Is Kdlting the cream of the shipping and the whfcrf at the rate it is being used ly veseh now wi.i pay for Itself in another year. This time last year the KnilrpAd wharf was not able to accommodate half as many vessels as It doe at the present time. Now there is all kinds of room and yesterday there were Ave vewwls at work there itll paying the Railroad company the same rate of wharfag...

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. — 5 December 1900

X Pacific Import Co Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street THIS Special Silk Sale Plain Habutai Silk in -all the leading shades. Best quality at 35ctR por yard. Ladies' Hoisery Genuine Ilomsdorf s Dye. This week all our 3F, 40 and 45ct hose, special at 25cts. Toys and Dolls We are offering exceptional values in Dolls ot all sizes. Our 10, 15, 20, 25, 35, 40 and oOcts Dolls are quick sellers. We also carry a full stock of large size dressed and undressed Dolls. DOLL CARRIAGES in and sizes. We invite Inspection James Sheridan PIANO TUNER FORTY" years prnet ice. Reference if desired. All kind of Musical Instruments Tuned ami Repaired. Omt'E With the Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental Co. 170 to ISO S. Kim: Street, Lincoln Rlock. .Phone MAIN 27S. Residence Occidental Hotel. Phono G54. The Union Express Go., Office with Evening Bulletin. a10 King Street :- Telephone SO. We move safes, pianos and furniture. We huul freight and lumber. Wo sell black and white sand. We meet all incoming ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 December 1900

THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Published Every Morning Except Man-day by the Grieve Publishing Company, U:nirc&. EDWIN S. GILL, - TELEPHONES. - EDITOR Business Office ....Main 21$ Editorial Xoom Main 123 -Entered at the Post OSlce at Honolulu, IL T as second-class malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier. J .7o Uas Voar, by Mall 8.00 Sx .Months, by Mail 4.W Three Months, by Mail or Carrier. ZJ25 IUOXOLULU, U. T DEC. 5. 1H0O. WiATHER YESTERDAY. Mw Ttmimtmre Ti 6 4nrs. Minimum TxnpTaMrv . Mailman tfegrms. UcwBtrr . ai p. m. UkHkxi UglO Dwr IMt fc,r lb- ttoj i Ura1IiulT WINDS. & to aortti I. romraKnr ros Twdat. Vm ta4. and vartabto It womW only be a matter of trilling xpeHc to correct the bad accouslics of the federal court room. When Justice is In the balance every word kIhhjW be audible. The Young Men's Republican Cluo should change its name. Republicanism iiae always stood for progress, while the Young Men's Republican Club gives notice to Honolulu that it atniHla in the way...

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

r Divans tlk .iiMif WW We ha 0 also received another lot of those large WEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED WKitc Enameled Iron leds from ?7. Wool Mattresses, the wry thing for comfort ntul health this wet weather, double, $4 Wire Springs from 5. Wool Pillows, Feather Pillows, Hair Pillows, Straw Pillow. Kxwlsior Pillows. Meat Safes, lee Chests. ItefriKorators, Itookeabos, Chiffonier, Extcusiou Tables, ltahy Carriages, Haby Chairs, Hatchets, Wrenches and every description t.f Hammers, Levels. Planes. Kulos Files. Wrenches and evottsy detrktion of HAKUWAKE, at Prices that Defy Com-petition. Circulating Library, books lent to tad, oc ier volume. L. S. Mathews & Son SO (hito 26) Bcrotania St. Uetweou Nuuanu and Fort Streets 1HE HONOLULU STEM UUNDRY CO. BEG to inform oar patrons WE and the general public that wo have just installed New Machinery and have also succeeded in securing more First Glass Workmen from the Coast- Our work iu the future will give better satisfaction than before. We wash F...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 December 1900

STILL P1YINB FOR SUPPRESSING IKE PUGUE Despite the Protests cf Governor Gage of California About Plague, he Approves Big Bills en Account of It. Tiie Sacramento iee of .November Zl The Oue Is stfll paying heavily for lb suppression portcy of Governor Oage relative to the bubonic plague in Saa Francisco. More Wlls hare been Qased through the board of lorlnspecUoa. under the governor's sUpsTation that the Inspectors should not adroit the existence of plague, and Dr. Site Manser has been paid another exorbitant-amount out of the contagions disease fond for examining cases of x-hat he declared to be a f ever." This time Dr. Moeser has bea paid 2730 tn all. being $350 each for examining the cases of William Xvrpbjr and Hon Ton. and 150 for and nee of laboratory tarnished by Dr. II. A. L. Kyfxogel in a joint examination. The reports on these cases, for which the state la paying bo dearly, are suppressed, as were the original report cf Ky'koge! and Mouse r. The public is denied the benefit...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 December 1900

i ?ffXy:xXXXXX0'X Thoroughly Satisfied KrtCXCX'G N ' V, .wcm: , We aro more tkan pleased with Uic success we are haying, in pugiingN the'ltanan'SIioe We sec a big and popular "ale the coming year. Uuan & Sons' name is stamped on everj pair, and what better guarantee would you want ! J POPULAR IN STYLE POPULAR IN PRICE POPULAR TO THE TRADE Mlx W e Bag: RUES WD 5TYIES TWT (ppiiE ARE WRAT YOU ARE AFTER Y win' satisfy yon iu our new slock of FALL MILLINERY As we have the ltlest Parisian Styles. Wo cordittlly invite all the Ladies of Honolulu to call nnil iiibpcct our goods. Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. OUR &&. &jxk4i& I MGlneftiy's Shoe Store I SOLE AGENTS k KeSSSSSS3S3"' CHRISTHAS - DI5PLA1 SURPASSES ANYTHING HERETOFORE'SHOWN - erware . "v. -"? FOR THE TOILET TA3LE Leather Goods IN CUT STEEL AND JET Paocy Boxes For Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Collars jentlemeri's Complete Traveling Cases Fans and Pincushions in Great Variety Embroidered aiadkerCfa...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 December 1900

TM WIFE TRIED FOR DESERTION. Ca6e Dismissed Because Prosecution Failed to Prove a Marriage. Mitry C Harrison, who was tried De-fore Juilgo Wilcox yesterday for de-sorting her husband, was released on motion of her counsel becauso the nroMcutlon failed to prove that a marriage had been contracted. J. SI. Vhns. her attorney, Urst raised the question of the jurisdiction of the court, claiming the law under which the defendant was being prosecuted, was Mr. Vivas argued that since the marriage contrnct was a civil pact, to attack it under criminal procedure was unconstitutional. Judge Wilcox refused to take this view and denied the motion. C. Harrison, the husband, admitted on the witness stand, that he had boaten his wife quite often ami twico had been convicted for the oftense. Mrs. Hnrrison is a woman who has soon better days. She is a half white, born on Maui and was married once bofore in San Francisco. For Stealing Oranges. Ah Hung was caught stealing oranges from the trees in the ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 6 December 1900

" vi "??" s i--. "" -S.' ." """ "-.'' "t"."' jig 3t " i . yf. 1T N &V 7. irsrrtistl xfjioacH -i ,-4." - r - , .-- i& - N W W --.V " t . .Ci fr" THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN VOLUME L XO. 153. HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS V y PARIS GOES WILD IN WELCH KB Recived as a Sovereign By President Loubet. ARMED SUARDS LINED THE STREETS EVERY PRECAUTION TAKEN TO PREVENT AN ANTI-ENG-LISH OUTBREAK. Aged Boer Sounds French Government as to its Attitude in Certain EventU3iities Does Not Hope For Aid From America. PARIS, Novembor 24. The city of Paris welcomed Mr. Kruger today in a whole-hearted manner, according him a sincere reception at the station, and showing by the cheering of the crowds all along theVroute that lie Jwas cordially welcome anu had the .sympathy of the populace. ' Alter the reception ceremonies .t tiicBtation Mr. Kruger entered a landau and was at once driven to his hotel, amid cntnusiastic cheering, which followed him along the whole route. A...

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. — 6 December 1900

.a-o ?" ot - - ft y l&?f'&&&'&i&!''"r: 1VO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 190a lf TIDES. STUr AJTD MOOS. Oceanic Steamship Company Honolulu Dairymen's Association, A' X. LIMITED. 111 S rS! 2' 'X TIME TABLE. ALONG TrFVl V ii tUSLN'ESS started in -with a ntfch yesterday morning Urisbt and early. Terc wa a fleet of vessels oat-side (Hill to be brought, in and as a consequence there -was a hustle on the front. Tlie trim HtUe schooner Jeeefe Minor. Captain Wniiaey. a load of from HamboWt, vas the first u antre. Both toe Eleu and Fearless started oat for the reaaete and the Fearless let tne Eton take the am tow and she continued oat after the ship John C. Potter, with coal from Tacoma. Soon after the Potter was brought in the rchooner J. A. atoo with luiaber and from Fort Utakek'y. was sighted and she was also brought is by the Fearless, which then started oat after the bark Allen from San Francisco. About 3 o'clock another bark was reported outside...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 6 December 1900

Oil 8 CONTRACTOR AND 8 BUILDER Jotting Promptly Attended to Election of Officers. At the annual meeting of the Ocean lc Gas and Electric Co., Ltd.. hold in this city November 30th, the follow inc officers were elected: F. J. Cross President. M. P. Robinson... Vice-President. M. M. Kohn Secretary. J. Flower Treasurer. E. E. Paxton Auditor. C. J. Hutchins, S. Chang Chau... Directors. M. M.KOHN'. Secretary. 9 , iii NOTICE. Dr. J. II. Raymond will occupy temporarily part of the office of Dr. W. J. Galbraith, corner Beretania and Ala-kea streets. Offla hours, 10 to 12 a. m. Telephone, 204. r34 1 1 J 5 SMQK 7.rtxt pr .,c THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 6, lgoo. THJU& Pacific Import Co THIS Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street WEEK ONLY ! Special Silk Sale Plain Dabutai Silk in all the leading shades. Best quality at 35cts per yard. Ladies' Hoiseigr Genuine HomsdorfsDyc. This week all our of), 40 and 45ct hose, special at 25cts. Toys and .Dolls . We are offering except...

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. — 6 December 1900

FOUR THE HOXGIXLU hEPCBLICAX. Published Every Morning Except day br the KcbL Grieve Publish- lag Company, Lisa (red. EDWLV S. GILL - - - EDITOR Business Editorial TELEPHONES. Office Main 218 Kooras Main 123 Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu, II. T., as second -class raaiL SUBSCRIPTION' RATES. Per Month, by Carrier. J .75 )ne Year, by Mall : SM Six Months, by Mali 4.W Three Months, by Mail or Carrier. 2.25 IHOKOLULU, H. T.. DEC. G. VJOO. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Urns T crt Minimum TecNraMr 'Jt. iocrr.. HaiIimb ttegivm. ft" ckoi Mwa Dr futet far th IMr - Xmh KUwt HemWWj North . H1VDS. roimcMtr ron towat. TWO TYPICAL AMERICANS. Oh 27th there passed away two men In public life in tne United ttate whose work llttingiy IthMlratc the opportunities for ajwl studious young men in America. Sushman K. Davis was a son of fwrents only moderately well-to-do, the young man having to work to help necure his education. Following his retirement from the array, owing to Hl-health. in 1S64, he returned ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 6 December 1900

NEW SHIPMENT OF Raisins Currants Peel Atmore's Miace Meat Boiled Cider Apples Oranges Etc., Etc. We liae also received another lot of those Iare AT THE 1 HONOLULU STUM UUNDRY CO. BF.Q to iuform our patrons WE aid the Kcneral public that we have just installed New Machinery and have aluo succeeded in securiup rrore First Class Workmeu from the Coast. Our work in the future will give better satisfaction than before. We wash rUlNNELS aud guarantee not to shrink them No -s- OFFICE 5IS lotel Street PHOXE 583. The Honolulu Republican delivered by carrier, 75 cents per month. SMOKED BLOATERS ! Salter AWaity X Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. i The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMl'ORTEKS AND DEALERS IK Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs,- Tables Sivle Boards Divans Cnma Closet Extension Tabless Direct frrom Eastern Factories STAR DAIRY CO. Telseon Main 23Q P. 0. Box 177 UMITEO. OFFICE Boom 1, Magoon Corner Merchant and Alakea Sts. California and Hawa...

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

sc" ? JJmTKSuu J 5 g&' &&&1&'j iWl I i hi ft 1 in n;w mr'iiii ii,, VT! 1 v' V-V W SIX THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6 1900. WHAT THE RESULTS OF THE ELECTION SIGNIFY President McKinley Says It Means En dorsement of Industrial Independence and Commercial Expansion. Philadelphia. Nov 24. President McKlnky today paid bis first visit to this city since his election and mot with an ?nUinsfaic reception. Hc came as the gast of the Union League, hartag &een avitd to attend Lho fooaders' day banquet of that organization, i be president was accompanied by all tie members of his cabinet, wlta the exception of Secretary Root, who is la Cuba. ia the coarse of his speech the said: "Sosae dteeppotatent follow at! dOcUoas. But all men re.'oke when an eleetioa is so decisive as to admit of neither dispute nor contest. The value of a aaUonai victory can only be rightly ateasvred aad apprcdatou by what it avert as well as by what it It is fortoaate for the party i...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 6 December 1900

i 1 n 0XCOOCWXXOOi?OOOOCOOOW' v -' n i. -v a. 7v frv Kicmi OUR. Thoroughly Satisfied - "WSt i V w --. -i Wc are more tlian pleased with Ui Sleeps we .are having, 411 tHsiing The "fcfrananv Shpe.i We sec a bip and popular ale tke coming 'car. Haiiaii it Sons' name is stamped on every pair, and what better "guarantee would you want ! POPULAR IN STYLE POPULAR IN PRICE POPULAR TO THE TRADE SOLE AGENTS )OOOOOOeXKOOOCKCKOOfOOOOOOOOC 0 j&. rnSs Pauley WE HAVE JUST OrEXED A NEW STOCK OF . . . S y WELL MGlnertiy's Shoe Store (11ISTEA8 HATS . THE STVLES ARE EXQUISITE Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, ArlttiL'tou Block. MILLINEKY, HAIR DRESSING, MANICURING AND DRESS MAKING. WL"' &GOOGOOGGGGGGGGOl CHRISTMAS DISPLAY SURPASSES ANYTHING HERETOFORE SHOWN rV SMverware FOR THE TOILET TABLE Leather Goods Chatelaine Bags IN CUT STEEL AND JET For Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Collars y Gentlemen's Complete Traveling Cases Fans and Pincushions in Great Variety f Embroidered and Lace d&.&TSAAn ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 6 December 1900

GIRL'S DISAPPEARANCE VIEWED WITH SUSPICION Yce Yap May Have Worked Clever Scheme to Throw Dust in Eyes of Protective League. ec Yap Is still minting for Choy Sing, his alleged adopted fourteen-year-old daughter. He did not inaKe known at police headquarters yesterday, the progress of his search. Nothing had been heard of the matter all day until late In the ovenlug, inquiry was niado of cc Yap at his store on King street. From the actions of the Chinamen in this case since it ilrst camo up there Is ground to suspect that the alsappoarance bf Choy Sing is nothing but a clever scheme on the part of Yec Yap' to cover up transactions, which would embarass him it known to the ollicers of the Protective league. Thia suspicion Is shared by the iolleo and" all who' havo been closely connected with tho cast. Yeo Yap has been very half-hearted in Iiig thC'Pplice ionitf 4n the search for ad"mits that she is not Ins own but claims she Avas given to him. livo years ago by her father. It looks to...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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