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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 December 1900

A T e fcaJO" 3 . jJC vvx 1 SNr1 &7 ittat Fu SEW SHIPMENT OF KaJj ' , Raisins Currants J " vPeel Atmore's Miace Meat I Boiled Cider Apples Oranges 0 Etc., Etc. "We bate also received 1 another lot of iho large J Bubiaess men will tell you S that an ad in The Republic- S an brinpj ood results be- $ 4j cause the people read It SMOKED BL04TERS Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. miture and Upholstery I t .a. w I I i The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Taoles Side Boards Divans Cnma Closet Extension Tabless Direct from Eastern Factories rs j PAINT THEM WITH ; ,. "flrRftBIG" ooioo Hawaiian jafior gureau Mail 231 f. I. hi in 'Will engage laborers in Hawaiian Islands and will tbera to plantations, individuals, firms or corporations; will undertake cojitract work and furnish experienced and reliable contractors. TntroitAKr Ofrce, MAGOON BUILDIKG, ROOM 15 MXBCHAXT StMOT, HoOLIXP. I 0 0 0 Reduces the tempe...

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. — 9 December 1900

fv V-" X one board? . even fifty cents apiece, for games' apiece, lor all those great Dig nice; amusements ever offered. Thirtv games added this year, such as Na of all nations, and ships marked with as long as you can strike a country GUSSFiED UfEIIISEIEHTS. &. S standi ii3 exit a htcfni ouertfac 5 35 erS r Eat ftor -e, si 5 TCAXTBD. BOY wanted to attend to agar store. No night work. Fort street opposite Villa. WAXTED Competent man wants position as confidential secretary and correspondence clerk first of the year at $150$ per Ad dress: "Kiiao He'oa. Box '36, A GIRL to do Chamber work. Apply at the Melrose. 1444 King street WANTED A First-class bookkeeper, who has just arrived, desires a position at a salary of J 100 per month. Al references. Address Box 435. TOR SAT.T. FOR SALE One uandsotae Crown ano in perfect order with harp and tsandciin accompaniment. Has ten used only five times. Can be had it a reasonable price by applying at ths Orpheuc: Cafe. rOK REST. A FURNISHED hou...

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. — 9 December 1900

.: v y5Q&yyQvy5QVooQoooo& A.v XT " -" Xt i ix xx XX I 8 8 XX XX I s Y ..--a. a : Vv- 3hW ssa p N3K?f 58S6 The Shoe of Ideal Patent Kid, Practical for All Purposes. Always Dressed, Never Heed Polishing, X MGlnefny's SOLE AGENTS U . IF ? WinArJ o Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. MILLINERY, HAIR DRESSING, MANICURING "AND ' DRESS MAKING. OUR, CHRISTMAS': .....DISPLAY !" SURPASSES ANYTHING Silverware FOR Qk&telaloe Bags IN For Fanncy Gentlemen's Complete Traveling Cases Fansjand Pincushions in Great Variety Embroidered and Lace d&.&rSA w:Mtffgf iwant :?& - - -C "The fyiiperor ? BUM'S LATEST LOISDOH'S CHAZS H. 8: BLIGHT. f AMSEICA THFuMPH the Century Shoe Store WE HAVE JTJST OrENED A SEW STOCK OF . . . SWELL CHRISTMAS HITS THE STYLES AKE EXQUISITE HERETOFORE SHOWN . i THE TOILET TABLE Leather Qojogdls CUT STEEL AND JET Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Collars 8 Handkerchiefs A.Xs MMMMMMft5 sn -.-? v v V "- p&&rtKr 3 e' . -, 3r 3&-ff?- "fJyV.TS...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 December 1900

Lvmymfl - ' it r EIGHf DON'T TOYS ! TOYS ! WE ARE Dolls tha', soucak 1 fDolls that squeak Dolls thai speak I INALL SIZES AHD COMPLEXIONS ! Dolls that speak Ddlte thaHwash FROM 25cts. TO S3.00 1 Dolls that wash ' ' Dolls that don't J I Dolls that don't Our trumpets and drums startle the town. Icnhanical toys in every shape keep going. Battleships that would do credit to any navy. Trucks, wagons, trains to suit lr.rge corporations; also Bunks equal to any in town, all at exceptionally low prices. Call and see them before going elsewhere as you cannot fail to be suited. DON'TFOROET WE, H. - v u I' ? 'A - - -3 JSL I 2 ., III II T LABOR SMIGIAN ARRIVED ON THE MEADE Victor H. Olmstead, government labor statician, direct from the department at Washington, arrived yester. day on the transport Meade. He comas for the purpose of reporting upon the labor question in Hawaii and the main feature of that everybod knows. It is unnecessary to say that Mr. loimstead's mission is an important -one He...

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

X CONGRESS 111 RUSE THE IMMIGRANT III Suggestion to Do So Meets With General Favor. PUN TO REDUCE THE WAR TAXES PRESENT TARIFF BILL WILL NOT BE TAMPERED VITH IN ANY WAY. Demands of Nearly Every Department for Increated Appropriation! Necessarily Call for Careful Consideration by Committee. JSpooial Correspondence.) WASHINGTON. D. a, Nor. 2C the republican members of the ways and moans committee met in their committee room to oegin the preliminary work of reductidn of the war taxes, the first conclusion reached was that there should be no tampering with the DIngley bill. It was decided unanimously and without that it would not be wise to auampt to niter any provisions of Ufa general tariff act. It was the opinion of the committer Umt no schedule was producing revenue in excess of what should be expected of it, and that none was affording too high a degree of protection. Taking this position as the basis for further consideration of the general quostlon of tax reduction, the committee...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 December 1900

- ft' J & - V dT&fV H TEN THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, DECE51BER 9. igco. 9. j i 2 . ! ? ,- F- 1 SANfTATIOH WORK OF JIHEBIGANS IN CUBA STRIKING AT THE ROOTS OF -YELLOW JACKS.! DE CUBA. Uncleanly Customs and Methods cf the Native Population Multiplied the Difficulties No Case Has Developed Since Last December. Correspondence Associated Press. SANTIAGO DE CUBA, Nov. 27. Three hundred years of continnons tcov fever In Santiago culminated in the terrible epidemic of 1S93. In December the last case vras cared; and. to the everlasting credit of the intelligence, vigor and fearlessness of the United States army officers and sanitary inspectors, a year has passed without a single case. The yellow fever epidemic at Santiago in 1S&3 resulted In a death rat-of 20 per cent of all who contracted the disease a greater percentage of casualty than is shown by Mauser nr "Krag" ballets for those struck in battle. To fortify against the disease and prevent Its entrance during the past ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 December 1900

1 11 -i THE MADE. HER A G0&1ESS Beautiful Marguerite European Women on Account Marguerite Cassin!r the grand niece of the Russian ambassador, has been made a countess by the Czar of Russia. This honor conferred on a mere girl carries with it special significance in diplomatic and official circles. Countess Marguerite Ib barely nineteen years of age. She has already bad a remarkable career. Since the age of 16. when she accompanied her uncle on his European diplomatic missions, she has been compelled to face social slights, as well as humiliating rumors and remarks which might well hae embittered the character and disposition or an older woman. From the very infancv of the young girl the Russian ambassador has had entire charge of his lovely young niece. When, at his country's command, he went to China, the little Russian girl, then about 15 years old, assumed the social responsibilities incumbent upon the embassy. H' jouty and accomplishments. lnaddition to the romance of so you...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 December 1900

if u ; I , l -VW?"- v.T5 - Jf 'Tltij? "" "s h TWELA E THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 9, 190a 0O0COCK0O0XCXO0XX0O00XDO o y 8 0 o 0 o 0 CAMERAS OIVEXTC AWAY o 0 THAT IS WHAT IT PRACTICALLY AMOUNTS TO fc 6 0 .0 WE ARE offering Kodaks. Premo, .Korono, Montanks and For the Next Thirty Days Cyclone Cameras at cost price, DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY! o 0 8 0 o 8 0 o 0 o 0 o 8 0 C23 . 1 CHRISTMAS Sc5ZSSSE5ZEiSE52ScSZ5E5Z5Z5c5Z5E52i5Z5HSHScSE y... v. :. bgFCgi TELEPHONE 550 g$ri2' ftttHJj GOLE MONTH NK. CYOLONE MAGAZINE. 12 PICTURES IN 12 SEES. 226 BARGAINS New Navat Contracts. From the Seattle Next in&ath the contracts are to be let by the navy department for the construction of fourteen new warships. of which five are to be battleships, six armored cruisers and three protected cruisers. Of the armored cruisers and battleships, it Is provided by congress that tbree shall be built on the Pacific coast, either two cruisers and a battleship, or two battleships and one cruiser, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 December 1900

i- K' c5 ? : 4 "1 , .. i 5, rr .''. f . :1 s- & -vs- THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLUME L NO. 157. PRESIDEHT'S MESSAGE CONGRESS RiD 10 Liberal Policy Advised For Nicaraguan Canal. HAWAIIAN GABLE IMPERATIVE RENEWS RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SHIP SUBSIDIES VAST ADDITIONS URGED. "German Relations Improved Small Incident with Great Britain Patriotic Exposition of Chinese Never Stronger. WASHINGTON, Dec. 3. President McKJnlev this morning sent his message to congress. The document Is an exhaustive review of the country's progress and It deals In a liberal and Intelligent way with the questions of national importance now before the people of the United States. To tho Senate and House of With tho outgoing of the old and the Incoming of the new century yon begin the last sosslon of the congress with evidences on every hand of individual and national prosperity and with proof of the growing strength and Increasing power for good of republican institutions. Your will join with you In felicitation t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 December 1900

C r Sg; il I .LHM .. JBKSyJ UsWv ' '-SS-. ft 3E3Sr ittvC3 ft BiaflBBf 1 k. 1 2- - - - Jtn z t x fellBVLrHijr, ras ill if akin e VHE steamer Zeaiandia on time as usual arrived last T? evening. She was telephoned at a little aftr six and about nine o'clock she was alongside thy Oceanic wharf. She brought a very large number of pas sengers. among them being many people well-known here who have been away on trips of business and pleas-are. Her freight capacity was taxed to the utmost and there was a lot loft on the wharf at San Francisco that room could not be found for on the vessel. The trip down was a very smooth dne but the old boat, while she ie as staunch as the day she was OHilL has not improved in speed with age aad she is a little stiff in the joints. Captain Lewis of the Kennebec hag (uided hie troubles, and yesterday gave notice that he would be ready :o sail for the Sound at any time after 7 o'clock this morning. He has been tiod up by the sailors union for some time but has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 December 1900

"f OUR DOLL STOCK This Season is one of the largest that can be seen in this City, the best Dolls manufactured in undressed Kid; also in very stylish dressed Dolls we carry them in stock. Our prices we guarantee are the lowest we have the assortment, vou have no trouble to make selections. If you are after Dolls PACIFIC DIPORT CO. is the right place. Large Assortment of WAGONS in all sizes. Our DOLL CARRIAGES are quick sellers. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that Ah Tarn will on the 17th day of this month, soil his interest in the firm of Whoe Tod Kee Tam Soe Lee & Co., to Chins YaL All debts prior to or afterwards contracted to the date of this sale will le setUed by Ah Jam. CHIN AL Have you seen our selections in GAMES ? TOYS of all descriptions, at the lowest prices. NOTICE ! NOTICE ! ! 2,000 dozens of LADIES, GENTS, antt CHILDREN'S . : Assessment Notice. The 4th assessment of Ten (10) per cent on the Assessable Stock of Tho Orpheum Co., Ltd., is due and payable at the offict...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 December 1900

,1 "3$w .v,?x "' t f? "a ,;Jf?tt'S'SsKJ POUR THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER n, 1900- 5, THE HONOLULU M PUBLICAN. Pablished Eyerr Morning Except Moc-day by the Eobt. GrieTe Publishing Comjxinr, Limited. 3DWIN S. GILL TELEPHONES. EDITOR Business Of5ce Main 218 Editorial Hooras Mala 123 Entered at the Post OSce at H. T., as second-class mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier J .75 One Year, by Mall S.00 Six Months, by Mail 4.00 Three Months, by Mall or Carrier HONOLULU, EL T, DEC. 11. 1900. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Mma Teatranre Ta 0 Maxtaaam Teatjratar 7. sgrtrs. at S p. m. p so u m. Mas Uiw PUnt Jor Uks r IWu BeUttre HuniWlir f. wixds. FOEWHST rOE TODAT. I4cM aorlhrty wind al " eatlr. VEST'S POLITICAL POINTER. Senator George G. Vest of Missouri is. next to the late General Mahone. probably the smallest man physically who ever occupied a seat in the United SttUe Senate. But on that diminutive body is placed a head that contains one of the brightest brains of the nation....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 December 1900

u -. ! ,i Y JS. -- W2 "iS X X If i iniinlmi .) W books lent 'lo L. S. Mathews ft Son SO (Into 2G) Beretania St. Between Xuuauu and Fort Streets jSF HONOLULU steam uuhdrt ce. BEG to inform oar patrons WE aud the general public that we have just installed Xew Machinery and have also succeeded iv securing n'oro First Class Workmen from the Coast Our work in the future will give better satisfaction than before. We wash fLJfSMELS jand gnarantee not to shrink them No Chinamen Employed. -s- FFIIE SH. g Business men will tell you S that an ad in The Republic- an brings good results be- caiwe tke people read it. &8Msa,essain i$ WiwwttBMwaii96ftteS&. S&'''!w'5awCiWfcS . -?vi -Tv' o 1 v 7H1 HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBEIt ir, xcoo. KIW SHIPMENT Or Raisins " Currants "'Peel Atmore's Mimce Meat Boiled Cider Apples Oranges Etc., Etc. "We hae also received another lof of those large M BL04TERS Salter AWaity .Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. PAINT THEM WITH Will engage laborers...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 December 1900

., J.. .jfA, ... - fwt.t.qjwiitfi; "?" j; - ? -y "y tj" - 1 - JC- M)f ' feiVwM;i yiy " y rL & . y" -" SjC ' i aix .Hinil W pw ;-- IHE.HaX0LUL.li REfUBLlCAX, TUESDAY, DECEMBER n, igop. :?" .&? Z?f& hi i ISLANDS WILL BE CONNECTEO. Wfrelczs Tclccrapfa System Premise to Soon be In Working Order. The directors of the TVlreless Telegraph Company are so well pleased , -with the progress of the that has been done the last fcx 'days that they hare anthorized Cross to iregla at once the of the line which will connect the Walalae station islth the town o$3cc Messages will be sent from the receiving station on this Island to the clstritrating office by means of the telegraph with the nscal wires and Instruments. A farther proof of the utility of the pystera was given Sunday when those on the yacht La Paloma which has been chartered to take the expert about the islands telegraphed to that they had ran short of provisions The message was sent to this island and Manager Cross notified ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 December 1900

$ ) 8 r TheShoeoftheCentury Ideal Patent Kid, Practical for Ail Purposes. Always Dressed, Never 'Need Polisning, f Mclnernf s Shoe Store I X SOLE AGENTS I t al fl- issraafiS!scscsL?. S&sSvr&ltt ' '" y'T'y ""V" SV: ' 'V i- V-"?Si-, V4 "I i - -. THEHeKOLULU REPUBLICAN TUESDAVDECEMBER n. 190a SEVEN - . MEM. - - . &.- . !M yyyvoooooooGoooooooooooyyx s BESbIHI 5t vbhEPumRSjbb V r S-- -i. fn ro:in VTv Q. Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlinitoa BloeV. MILI.INERY, HAIR DRESSING, atANICUKING.AND DRESS XAKINC. K7$f9wC yU 5v Sv OUR. CHRISTMAS ' ,. ?r . . jt .' if SURPASSES ANYTHING . " FOR Chatelaine Bags IN Gentlemen's Complete Traveling Cases v . ,1 ' v ', Fans'and Pincushions Embroidered and Lace "The aynperor" . LOKDOIt S CHASE H. Y's. Delight. America thiumph WE HAVE JUST OPENED A NEW STOCK OF . . . SWELL CHRISTMAS HATS &THE STYLES ARE EXQUISITE .....DISPLAY HERETOFORE SHOWN THE TOILET TABLE Leather Goods CUT STEEL AND JET "Fancy Boxes For Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Coll...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 December 1900

- ? ,iT " $-' s? U ri, dft.3TT .e $c & ' TALKS ABOUT TEACHING AFRUITFUL THEME Many Interesting and Profitable Pa pers Were Read at the Gathering of Oahu Teachers Last Evening. Many Interesting as well as instructive anil profitable papers wore read at the mooting of me Teachers' Association of Hawaii hold last evening at the Iltgh school. Despite many counter attractions a goodly delegation oL .teachers were present, and it is safe to say they felt well repaid fortho effort. iho first paper, written by Mrs. X. Frashor. and read by .Miss Snow, was n .summary of the chapters II to IV from Parker's Talks on Teaching. Miss Folkor was asked, to open the discussion. She said in part: "This book was written, twenty years, ago. i,o place in America are Ms methods c muni! nsfiii as in Hawaii. We should use -no one book on methods but tin?, best In all books of 'methods.' She took exception to the statement that no one over becanio great by imitation: imitation power never leads up to cre...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 December 1900

V X ; mnmmm f ;-i- I't'i : t .. .i- -. j. -4- iS9e.i(BMbwwws. ' vi- W 4M& WSi1 I Trl Mil I I l Mi "TiMiM jn illliiMilMliiffTT: " 'm"agmr"'' a-yr - - - ,- - H " ' ' ' "ILL - ' - - lu ", P? - 'I i 0'4f'V THE HONOLULU REPUBLIGAN. i 1 FBICEFIYE CENTS VOLUHE I, Na 158 HONOLULU, H. TL, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER li, 1900. UHER DAT SAIIITS GREETJHEIB LEADER Peast and Flow of the Soul Features of the Jubilee. PRESIDENT CtHHQH IS PLEUEI MORMON LEADER IS BEING ROY-ALLY ENTERTAINED BY LOCAL MORMON ADHERENTS. Program for Two Days' Jubilee at the Orpheum Will Be Interesting Many Musical Numbers on Bills Memorial Service on Punchbowl. The warmth and feeling manifested by friends and brethren of the Mormon church in these Islands yesterday extend to George Q, Cannon, president of the Church of Jesus cnrlst of Latter Dav Saints, who sat surroundd bv scores of those who remembered his first visit to the Hawaiian Islands many years ago, cannot be adequately expressed in words. The reception to the disti...

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

' f , , ,rft VS .nmt iha Tntri1s1nni1 Trharf to Uie end of the Pacific F j Mall wharf there was a . crowd all day yesterday. The Island steamers of 'IjH TTinUl both companies were busy - joading and the two bis transports were coaling. The Albion at the Kinau wharf was discharging nor fruit and vegetables, some of which were not as fresh as the day they left San Francisco, and at the Oceanic wharf the Zealandia, which lost a day for work by coming late, ym throwing out freight at a great rate In an effort to get clear and loaded and away on time, Friday afternoon. At the up-town wharfs the ves sels were all busy unloading and at j the preent the twenty-throe vessels in the harbor flit it comfortably so that they all can work. The American snip Kennebec got away yesterday for the Sound and quite a delay in waiting for a crew. Gaptain Lewis had made up his mind to take a Japanese crew and had six of the little brown men engaged. He cottld not get any more however, and could not find a...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 December 1900

t -i ztf .5BWK3i' v .- " T -& 'v- 7s.' . 5- 7 "; - "C's ' ' THE HONOLULU KEPUBUCAX, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1900. THREBT I Pacific Import Co Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street SPECIAL DOLL SALE. OUR DOLL STOCK This Season is one of the largest that can be seen in this City, the best Dolls manufactured in undressed Kid; also in very stylish dressed Dolls we carry them in stock. Our prices we guarantee are the lowest we have the assortment, you have no trouble to make selections. If you are after Dolls PACIFIC IMPORT CO. is the right place. Large Assortment of WAGONS in all sizes. Our DOLL CARRIAGES are quick sellers. EGRY'S Violin - Studio ROOM 4. LOVE BLDGi. Have you seen our selections in GAMES ? TOYS of all descriptions, at the lowest prices. NOTICE! NOTICE !! 2,000 dozens of " LADIES, GENTS 'aVd CHILDREN'S . Handkerchiefs Assessment Notice. The 4th assessment of Ten (10) per cent on the Assessable Stock of Tho Orpheum Co.. Ltd., is due and payable at the office of the ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 December 1900

"- :r - ' - ctsf'3'vr :rp5gz s fe . -W ' Jt FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. -. w, . --a', gr,?. . J, - ja&JNi THE HONOLULU RKPUBLICaN. Published "Svery Moraine Except Ma-day by the lbt. Grieve Publishing Company,, Limited. .EDWIN S. GILL - - EDITOR TELEPHONES. Easiness Office .'.'Jala 215 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Entered at the Post OSce .at Honolulu, H. T., as second-class mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier I .75 One Year, by Mall S.00 Six Months, by Mail '4.00 Three Months, by Mall or Carrier. 2.25 HONOLULU, H. T, DEC. 12. UOO. WEATHEB. YESTERDAY. Meea TMBinuarw Tl I rtrr. 3tUOmnm TwapiraMt m. tecne. ' Mnxlmaai 's. -Ici . HkruMMArr utp.s. ap to t a. m. ( &r (VIM (or tfc Oaf eJI Mui Kqfettvw HmaMltr .-. WtXDS. ' t'artbHMtibakM 1. ' Tomrrjkift n Todav. ' LMbt doH'l? and not mud) m!n. THE REPUBLICAN'S SUPPLEMENT Knowing that the people of Hawaii wmM be greatly interested in the Praaidem's metuge The Republican, with its customary enterprise, arrange! 06 with the Sa...

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