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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 December 1900

-I---- 5.4T F- ffSi 2$33&S X,M. J--n- T- V " -TV JS . vS X" 'I THE.HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. ? VOLUME I. SO. 151. HONOLULU, H. T., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1900. PRICE JFTYE CENTS MS. MM 18 AWARDED A DECREE OF ABSOLUTE DIVORCE Court Grants it Upon the Ground of Cruelty," Holding Her -Not Without Fault. , She is Given the Custody of the Child Gladys, Together With Alimony in the Sum of Thirty Thousand Dollars Cannot Take the Child Away. The Miner case was ended last night and decision rendered. Mrs. Miner Is awarded a divorce upon the ground of extreme cruelty, although the court found that she was not wholly without fault. She was awarded alimony In the lump sum of $30,000 with $3,000 attorney's fees. She was further awarded the custody of the child Gladys, subject to certain limitations, the father to have the right to visit the child daily between the hours of 4 and 7 p. m. The father was found not guilty of cruelty to his child as charged. thus ends the hardest fought divorce case in t...

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. — 7 December 1900

I Aaij TF the transport Meade left i San Francisco on time It is probable that she may arrive here today with three days later mail and news. She is one of the fastest of the transports in Uncle Sam's Pacific fleet and should have left San Francisco on the 1st inst. The Manna Loa was the scene of a good deal of bustle yesterday as she was being prepared to leave today on her regular run to Maui and Kona porta. The work of overhauling her has been very thoroughly done although it took such a short time to go over her. She looks almost like a new vessel as she has oeen thoroughly renovated and painted. The hurry with which the work was done was on account of the fact that the Hall was found much too small to do the Mauna Loa's work and the Hall was badly needed on her regular Kauai run. There was a mutual consolation meeting yesterday between Captains Drew, Johnson and Smith, the skippers respectively of the Andrew Welch, S. C. Allen and Mauna Ala. They were bemoaning their fate in ma...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 December 1900

3C ,,m iai.mft i hflM f "" 5-1 " THREE THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 7. 1500. Pacific Import Co DOLL CARRIA CIS in 15 and sizes. James Sheridan PIANO TUNER FORTY veurs practice. References if desired. All kimls of Musical Instruments Tuned and Repaired. Office With the Hawaiian Iron Fence nud Monumental Co. 176 to ISO S. Kiup Street, Lincoln Block. Phoue MAIN 278. Residence Occidental Hotel. Phono 654. The Union Express Co., Office with Evening Bulletin. 10 King Street -:- -:- TelephouoSG. We move safes, pianos and furniture. Wo haul freight and lumber. We sell black and white sand. We meet all iucoming coast steamers, we check baggage ou all outgoing steamers. W. LARSEN, Manager. Metropolitan Meat Co. 10S KING STREET. G. J. WALIiER, Manage. Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS and WAVY CONTRACTORS FRED HARBISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Attended to Election of Officers. At the annual meeting; of the Oceanic Gas and Electric Co., Ltd., held in this city November 3...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 December 1900

" FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1900. THE HONOLULU KKP0BL1CA& Published Every Morning Except Monday by ths Krtt Grieve Publishing Company, Limited, EDWIN S. GILL - EDITOR nr i?4 STELEPHOX Business OJSce Main 21S Editorial Hooms Main 123 Entered at the Post OSce at Honolulu, ,H. T as second-class raaiL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier;. 13 One Tear, by Mall S.OG 3ii Months, by Mail ,... -LOO Three Months, by Mail or Carrier. 2J25. HONOLULU, E. T DEC. 7. 11XX). VTEATHER YESTERDAY. Mc Temr&tat TJ 1 Wrref. Uaxtooifc TmpnfAtcr . degrees. 0 at p m. p tu a. K. Xami Uvw tur lb Dwjr - MMdbMutf WIXDS. Pobmoact roc todat. . . . i'ww .vers Bmw "a. v." "J,. AN ARTFUL DODGER. The effort of Governor Dole and nis administration to try to counteract th statement that suit is to the tisited States court to satt afllde all litnd lenses and sales made In Hawaii since the SSth day of Sep- lemoer, iv, re amusing 10 ine It is, of coarse, not amusing to those who made t...

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

n m "We liae also 'received auotber lot of those Gooce large 1 BLOATERS ti$j Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. GroGers. The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Furniture and Upholstery , i w ! 0000000C0000. Reduces the temperature fiom 15 to 20 degrees. L. S. Mathews & Son SO (late 26) Beretanin St. Between Xuunnu and Fort Streets 1 HONOLULU STEAM UHRY CO. WE BEG to iufonn our patrons aid the general public that wt have just installed 2ev Mncl.iuery aud have also succeeded in securing j core First Class WorKmeu from the Coast, Our work in the future will give better satisfaction than before. WVwash gtiMELS and guarantee not to shrink them No Chinamen Employed. IFFICE 513. The Honolulu Bepsbliau delivered by carrier, 75 cents per jbobUl Oahu Ice & Electric Co. ICE delivered now to all parts of the city. OFPICE; .KEWALO. CALL AND SEE IT PRACTICALLY DEMONSTRATED AT THE Your Orders Solicited. HOFFMAN. & 1TAEKHAJI Telephone 3151, Blue. ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 December 1900

.i -A? Ju."5. - - :- sT t . ft""" "5 ' SIX THE" HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1900. . - 4 bf mumrf eanMfj"juMa jg. r WIR TAX HAT RESULTS ih ruiiirimu iiiu ilu Dealers in Cheap and Redried Article Are Clamoring for a Removal of the Duty by Congres. CHICAGO. Nov. r. Graeme Stewart of the executive committee of the republican national committee, said today, in discussing efforts that are be ing made to have congress remove the duty on tea: "Neither the importer, jobber, retail dealer nor consumer of teas of good grades desires the removal of the duty of 10 cents per pound- The only persons irho are clamoring for such a change are the Japanese exporters and the auction dealers in New York. These handle low grade tea, which is unfit for any one to drink, and which under the present law cannot be brought into this country, owing to the rigid Inspection provided by the revenue act. "In 1S93 the tea inspection act went Into effect, but In fact It was a dead letter. There was no d...

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

8 I Thoroughly Satisfied (r o.Jy Vi ch 7 v ,M &.&r&A6 V 4 " " TVe are more than pleased with the success we are haying, in pusiing The "Italian" Shoe We see a big and popular stale the coming -ear. Hanan fc Sons' name is stamped on every pair, and what better guarantee would you want ! POPULAR IN STYLE POPULAR IN PRICE POPULAR TO THE TRADE WE HAVE JUST OPENED A NEW STOCK OF . . . SWELL " Leather Goods 6hatela5ee -Bags j IN CUT STEEL AND JET Fancy t is. iVtelnerny's Shoe Store SOLE AGENTS CHRISTMAS HATS Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. MILLINERY, HAIR DRESSING, MANICURING AND DRESS MAKING. OUR... CHRISTriAS 4 $ DISPLAY ' I SURPASSES ANYTHING HERETOFORE SHOWN Silverware - ' FOR THE TOILET TABLE G&S r THE STYLES ARE EXQUISITE For Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Collars Gentlemen's Complete Traveling Cases Fans and Pincushions in Great Variety m randeLace Haodkerclhi Sells H- & I S $ MM CMHIFS HUFF US FtfU TO WM The bluff of the San Francisco Co. In trying...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 December 1900

I) EIGHT r ' - - 33 Dolls tha. soueak Dolls that speak Dolls that wash Dolls that don't f '-. i5" .- JMlTCaft J. fmr J -i. i ur w. nMv . x.).a v. its re ;" '?ffrv - m m mum Cwntlnucd From First Page. a the steamer was leaving with gools that howhl have been brought sooner, only from nejtllgenct. yet the steamer tad bteu brought back tor him. ; - Reynolds siwko about some shipments that 'had.be3h utl come back the next week, though perishable goods. , That shows your calibre. " Mr. "said Wight- "Don't you know by this time that thore are times when x vessel cannot land on the windward side of the islands?':, ,, were- taiksabout vegetables. Staibotit cattle and attempts to get to the windward of each other. Reynolds tried to take the wind out of v Wight's sail.uy sayijjgthM a certain specific thing hajiiwettcom;laineduf at a certain time. v--i ' .- , rrat Js a mitatamitt" said i svkjit with mtKuiuorefthan parlor jKwtcaee. ceipt." said Wight w!tba lookjfiomaHthem, age to Secretary Wilc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 December 1900

r 5S" 3 vf. ?, 'V - T- i- - SUILIJ 4 JOrtti " -- -''' - ? , - , . V 4 ,J 0-5 ' '- ' t ? d i -' 1 .' iii rc 5r '(j. OiOfe& m . e - r t t ji THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLUME I. NO. 155. HONOLULU, H. TL, SATURDAY, DECEMBER S, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS ANDREWS AND DOLE DEFttMl PARKER Coercion On Island of Hawaii Did the Work. SHERIFF IS GOVERNOR'S CREATURE ENOUGH VOTES WERE DRIVEN FROM REPUBLICAN TICKET TO ELECT WILCOX. With Jthc Narrow Margin of 237 Plurality Result Should Have Been the Opposite But for Czar-like Actions at the Polls, Has anybody figured out that Sheriff L.t A. Andrews of Hawaii Is responsible for the deplorable defeat of Samuel Parker for delegate to congress? And let it be asked who is responsible for retaining Andrews In office after the harm has been done, and If Governor Sanford B. Dole has any direct or Indirect responsibility in the matter? It has been shown by A. B. through the columns of The Republican, how Andrews ran the election over in the Island of Ha wai...

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

" ' ," KL 'sii M ." &" ' V-i-1- ,1VO THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1900. U ".y Ari, V" f ' r?r --i-S? VS Ij Wjy T ? v E HERE was a b!g crowd at the wharf to see the Maa-na Loa off yesterday, and as soon as she bad pulled illlili ot into the stream the crowd wended its way to the Pacific Mail wharf to see th Coptic dock. She arrived yesterday morning shortly after eleven. Imt it was nearly one before she was alongside the wharf. The tug which usually helps dock the bis at earners, was outside towing the bark Olympic and so was not on band to afldsc The Coptic had a good sized through passenger list and about r. thousand tons of freight for this port. For Honolulu there was but one passenger. & Mr. Major. While in Hongking on the 10th if November the Coptic experienced a terrible typhoon which came very near wrecking the harbor. As it was the Coptic broke loose from her moorings and floated around for a while baring two holes punched in her after tVhaleback de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 December 1900

1 amffi HPPRRR5IS?p5i t, "P5? W&- s ? T 41 THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER. S, 190a JHREE HOW TO ADDRESS LETTERS. Hfl" Pacific Import Co. Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street THIS Special Silk Sale Express Wagons Plain Babutai Silk in all the from the smallest to the largest- leading shades. Best -quality J f'' ' at 35cts per yard. I i ,. V-l; . - TOY PIANOS-in all sizes P t Ladies' Hoisery Genuine Hemsdorf's Dye. This week all our 35, 40 and 45et hose, special at 25cts. Games for Every Age We carry over 60 different styles of Games from lOcts to $1.50 apiece. Toys and Dolls We are offering exceptional values in Dolls of aH sizes. Our . ' ? ' V : 10, 15, 20, 25, 35, 40 and 50ots Dolls are quick sellers. We also carry a full stock of large HliriQmn cj PrAQPTiQ trimSimaS JTiebeiUb size dressed and undressed Dolls. Work Boxes, Comb and Brush Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Shaving Sets, Handkerchief Boxes, Jewel Boxes, Neck Tie DOLL CARRIA GTS in 15 Cases, and hundred...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 December 1900

-.? ? g5fcKK - '- "HJrss'gsg'y $fev '?- - 4!'-'V,l-'' FOUR THE HONOLULU "REPCBLICAX, SATURDAY. DECEMBER S, 1900. $i " THE HONOLULU KKPUBLICA5. Published Every Morning Except Monday by In Kobt. Grieve Public CosipAny, limited. EDWIN S. GILL - - - EDITOR. j TELEPHONES. Business Office -'Iain 2H Editorial noons Main 13 Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu, EL T., as second-class raalL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier .75 One Year, by Mall S-W Six Months, by Mail 4.00 n-i. r.w. v.. rfoll ?' laivc jiuiiun, u.' - vw.. HONOLULU, H. T., DEC. 8. WOO. WEATHER YESTERDAY. MM Tet"9ntr T9 tiW. J i p m. M .uebm. pd v. f a. m. Xa i HwaMny 12. WINDS. S to I. LUtM wtni I I"f we!!-. The Sunday Republican will con. slt of twelve page. See that you get a complete paper1 when purchasing Hi . Tjwrwlayjwemed to be a rod letter dy hr the board of health. What wtta tel and counterblasts and the preaenfc Superintendent Reynolds Settlement the board bad of the Leir a taiga oW Ume If Judge Humphreys ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 December 1900

y A t J NEW SHIPMENT OF Raisins Currants Peel I Atmore's Mimce Meat I Boiled Cider Apples Oranges a. i 1HE HONOLULU STE&M Etc., Etc. We bate also receive! another lot of those large yj . ooe oo z TLEBEGto inform our patrons SMOKED BLOiTERS Salter AWaity Tel. 6S0. Orpheum Block. Grocers. FAINT TIIEJI WITH I i! The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DFALELS IN Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables SiJe Boards ! Divans Cmna Closet! Extension Tabless Direct from Eastern Factories "ftRftBIC" i oo00 Reduces the temperature fiom 15 to 20 degrees. CALL AND SEE IT PRACTICALLY DEMONSTRATED AT THE LIMITEO. OFFICE Room 1, Magoon Corner Merchant and Alakea Sts. California and Hawaiian Cows for sale. Telephone MAIN 391. Dairy Telephone BLUE 31 a. A.B.DOAK. Manager. -THE T T m.d the general public that we . . . . i rj STfiS fflriSUSS .nMsl::s i Hawaiian Ijafior gur eau n'ore First Glass orKmeu irom the Const. Our work in the future will give...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 December 1900

' :a JT ' vrwspw r ?- ''' -T?-- ' ': ' SIX THE HONOLLXU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY. DECEMBER S. 1900. a 6-CONDENSED TELEGRAMS 3i The rCalkraal Sogar Refining Company nas advanced its Ust tor refined seg&rs STe points. The popalaxioa of Kansas is 1.470,-436 as against 1,427.955 la 1S90. This is aa increase of 43.3S&. or 3 per cent T2e population of Maryland Is as against 1.042,390 in 1SS0, as lacrosse of 147.SGO. or 14.1 per cent. Th population of Virginia is as against 1.655,90 in lS90.an increase of 19S.204. or 1LS per cent. The population of Nevada, as officially announced is 42,333, against 45,-761 in 1SS0, a decrease of 3425, cr 7.4 per cent. Custom Guard Joe Dwyer. one of the oldest men on the force at EI Paso. Teias.vras soot and seriously wounded November 24 by two smugglers. EX'Shon.1 Cunningham of Stockton, bo died suddenly November 26, -vas the most famous hunter of big criminals in the State of California. Catherine Grey, former leading lady of Richard Mansfield's compa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 December 1900

" " ."" . rfj 5 iTTR. v"" ' j ' " fS ?'"S ' 5Jf &' 4 THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1900. SEVEN 4 i' yyyyyooooooooQ' Thoroughly Satisfied We are more than pleased with the success we are hating, in pusiing The "ftanan" Shoe We see a big and popular sale the coming year. Hanan fc Sons' name is stamped on every pair, and what better guarantee would vou want ! irvkJ OUR. Embroi deied and Lace POPULAR IN STYLE POPULAR IN PRICE POPULAR TO THE TRADE YlGlnertiy's Shoe Store g SOLE AGENTS $ R q x&aa v5& nHn.. VTaV7 Qja 14, l ZL WE HAVE JUST OPENED A NEW STOCK OF . . . SWELL CHRISTMAS HATS ;THE STYLES ARE EXQUISITE Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. MILLINERY, HAIR DRESSING, MANICURING AND DRESS MAKING. V CHRI5THA5 ; DISPLAY X - SURPASSES ANYTHING HERETOFORE SHOWN X I Silverware FOR THE TOILET TABLE Leather Goods Chatelaiee Bags IN CUT STEEL AND JET Fancy Boxes For Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Collars Gentlemen's Complete Traveling Cases Fans and Pincu...

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

v y ', - f EIGHT 00000000C ' "V&1', DR. NOBLITT'S TROUBLES. Becomes a Shuttlecock Between Police Court and Board of Health. Dr. V. S. Noblitt was before Judge "Wilcox yesterday on three separate cflargos of practicing medicine without a license. He was found guilty on his trial for the first charge and "lined $10 and costs. His trial on the two other charges, which were of an Identical character, was postponed one week, in order to hear how the unlucky M. D. might fare with the board of health. Judge Wilcox reviewed the doctor's jilllkla. He said it seems that Noblitt had unothlcal relations with a pat-" ont medicine outfit that came here souio time ago and that as a result the board of lionlth cancelled his rignt to practiced The Judge said that m Ills mind an offense against professional ethics was not so serious a as malpractice or a host of other tilings, and he thought the doctors on til board of health were to blame to a large extent lor their indecision and n&'t takin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 December 1900

4 --- v -" ? 2 -;--- T if-". Sj . V o J $ I jT' H - &gr - y& VnX i " r Aa ?r5fcA 7r i S f - - f) -1 . $ . ff -.-,- J (-? f T? T. :j?j? J. N - X& ,f ; r ifWi .r ? THE, HONOLULU V- REPUBLICAN. 1HINB VOLUME I, 2JQ. 15G. WORST DISASTER IK THE BISTORT OF m FRMGISCO Eighteen People Hurled to Their Beath While Witnessing a JFootball Game. , ; More Than Four Score More Were Injured Some of Whom Will Die Crushing in of a Hoof Precipitated Hundreds Into a Seething Glass Furnace. SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 30. The falling of the ventilator roof of the San Francisco and Pacific Glass Works took place about fifteen minutes before 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, just before the beginning of the of California game. The net result of the terrible so far as reported, was eighteen dead and eighty-five Injured. At injured persons were treated, and of that the County Hospital twenty-three number two died. The Railroad Hospital on Mission street, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth, received forty-two ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 December 1900

1 i 51 "" w.J ?j. LVii'i i- i y - .:? NT- -- i-. j j;1' "sf. " It ( TWO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9. igoo. K . U TTDZS. STW A3TD MOOS. Oceanic Steamship Company Honolulu Dairymen's Association, .1 W..V ft "fcCisen A i Hi "3 if 3i - x S L!MI r"2Uw5 I r ? 3" , zS 1 ' x 2. r TIME TABLE. k. rv " 1rnrn Sill I 2a jB? - JK fi; ff . nc isgpy. Jgi sn?M:J3?&a rsA lt mar- r . ".HE usual Saturday bum on the traterfront -was increased v8trdar hr th arrival in the afternoon of the transnort MmHa frnm San Francisco with three days' later news and maiL The vessel Is one of the largest of the transports and her run of six days and eighteen hoars was a good one. She is at the Navy wharl and -Ball take several hundred tons of coal getting away aboat luesday for Manila. The arrival early yesterday of the .'. H Dimond and the Gleaner soon afterwards kept the Fearless busy during the morning. The Dimond was twenty days coming from San and had a largo cargo of general racrrbnndfee and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 December 1900

- " - v 't A vr i x. "N THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER gT 1900. , .THREE N, - 4 i SM pacific Import Co. Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street THIS WEEK ONLY ! Special Silk Sale Plain Habutai Silk in all the leading shades. Best quality at 35cts per yard. ,; Ladies' Hoisery Genuine Hemsdorfs Dye. This week all our 35, 40 and 45ct hose, special at 25cts. Toys and Dolls We are offering exceptional values in Dolls of all sizes. Our 10, 15, 20, 25, 35, 40 and 50ets Dolls are quick sellers. We also carry a full stock of large size dressed and undressed Dolls. DOLL CARRIA C S and sizes. Express Wagons from the smallest to the largest: TOY PIANOS in all sizes. Games for Every Age We carry over 60 different styles of Games from lOcts to $1.50 apiece. -: f Christmas Presents Work Boxes, Comb and Brush Sets, Collar and Cuff Boxes, Shaving . Sets, Handkerchief Boxes, Jewel Boxes, Neck Tie Cases, and hundred of other useful articles to select from. We invite Inspection GOING RAPID...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 December 1900

iKfn" ' ,- t . .c&4 "r , ' ,wg 4 FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUXDAY, DECEMBER 9, 190a THE HONOLULU KtTOBLlCAX. ! Pablished Every Morning: Except, br the iLbt. Grieve' ing Company, 1 EDWLN S. GILL - EDITOR 5 TELEPHONED Business Offlce Main 2IS ;Editcrfl Rooms Alain li3 Entered at the Post Office at T., as second-class aalL SUBSCRIPTION RATES, Per-Month. by Carrier; : $ .75 One year, by Mali..- - 8.00 Six Months, by MaU 4.00 hrw Wint tie hr ... Ms!! nr PjrriAr. . 2.25 .....W ...VMM..., MJ V. -v.-..... HONOLULU, H. T- DEC. 9. I'JQO. " 7 WEATHER YESTERDAY. Vae Teat (xraUire "6 3 t Jo-re. Muxkaain i TettHralurr "8. lert. Ilnww tt.w; )p m. inch-. nn5ft.m. M"jj tw l'utm for tle Dar--S . Ma-a 1MMI HamttKy TT. WIJCDS. 'finfe.pnbet 1. NJUWtLJT 70S TO DAT. PORTO RICOWANTS -TOURISTS.' Honplnlu and Hawaii may not consider tourist travel worth going after and catering to. but in taking this position it is in direct variance with more progressive communities. Th9 has, a several occasions,. p...

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