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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 December 1900

V - e ? "ft.-. t - SS- 'I ? ! " p "W"" "ft"??5 $ ' 1 v V .v A fHEHdx6liOLU.REPUBLTCX, "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER5! iooo. t FIVE f if mmmwi FOR CHRISTMAS NUTS RAISINS PLUM PUDDINGS PUDJDING'ECEDES, (Individual Puddings) MINCEMEAT CURRANTS ' LEMON, ORANGE AND CITRON PEEL APPLES ORANGES LEMONS A Fine Assortment of Fancy Crackers, consisting of. Dainty Chips, Salin Sifovrflake, Fig Bars, all varieties of Wafers, Etc. A Large "Variety of Christmas and Church Gaudies. Salter AWaity I Tel. 6S0. Orphetim Block. Grocers. gcoee4H8 The Porter Furniture Go. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN" urntfure and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables ' " Siie Boards Divans Cnma Closet Egg CALL AND SEE IT PRACTICALLY DEMONSTRATED AT THE -THE- HOXEST BAZAAPi ! J. DOLI1INGER. Opposite the Union Grill, Kin St. LARGE STOCK OF L7 nrxi rr T'oMocc ( Direct from Eastern Factories 1 OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE CHEAP ! ! (H LOVEJOY Kl mY J? Sole Agents Hawaiian Islands. A Cure for Hot Iron...

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. — 12 December 1900

" 7 -s M' -'- p w; "vT" TTJWZWxW -?" Jfi 5jw slr i V S Tt ,-.-.. i'-"v " - THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1900. SIX HUCITOF DiYORGES HSNDEO OUT LEGALLY Three Were Ground Out In a Short Time in the Circuit Court and Desertion. Tt,,. were cranted yester day in a very reasonable space of! time in the circuit court. me gruuuuo alleged were cruelty and desertion-Maria R- Medeiros obtained a from Manuel Medeiros for extreme cruelty. Last July, according and at other to the papers on file, times within three months, the has beaten and kicked his wife treating her in a shocking manner of anhuman cruelty. She said he had sscd his fists and feet and passed epithets of the most abusive character, and she protested that it was qclte precarious to longer live with kirn. She says among his other short comings he Is intemperate ana naa teen habitually so since the marriage exhausting the means of supporting the wife "as he is aole and ought to." This rhetorical effusion, however,...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 December 1900

VU . 4 W V ' 'It -- - F: t ! f a s 1 8 1 1 fr0O0900OX9OOKKKXK The Shoe of Ileal Patent Kid, Practical for All Purposes. Aivays Dressed, Kever Heed Polishing, lWGlnerny's Shoe Store I g SOLE AGENTS jjv -. o NA (0 Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. MILLINERY, HAIR DRESSING, MANICURING AND DRESS MAKING. OUR, CHRISTHAS SURPASSES ANYTHING v erare FOR Leather Goods Chatelaine Bags Fancy For Gentlemen's Complete Fansand Pincushions Embroidered and Lace &.&r&A, "The Emperor" FIRM'S LITEST HTs.' Delight. AMERICA TRIUMPH the Century WE HAVE JUST OPENED . . . A NEW STOCK OF SWELL CHRISTMAS HATS THE STYLES ARE EXQUISITE DISPLAY HERETOFORE SHOWN ' THE TOILET TABLE IN CUT STEEL AND JET Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Collars Traveling Cases in Great Variety Handkerchief M 1 M ACTIVITY IN ROAD, DEPARTMENT The Roadmastcr's Farce Is Busy on Various Thoroughfares. The ne1!!" steam roller which recently arrived by sailing vessel has been taken piece ne2t to the government stables ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 December 1900

1 WE ABE Dolls that, sauoak Dolls that speak ! IN ALL Dol s that wash FRnH Dolls that don't DOLLS Our trumpets and drums startle the town. Mechanical toys in every shape keep going. Battleships that would do credit to any navy. Trucks, wagons, trains to suit lr.rge corporations; also Banks 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'T FORGET WE -1 f'i V? & V'U Kf - M', REPUBLICAN GHSRTER QR NONE Continued From First Page. tuo Independents that we do not trust ocntive committee will endeavor as promptly as possible to . get together h lKxIy of representative men and make an effort to formulate a charter. An Independent View. The following report of Monday night's meeting appeared in yesterday's Independent:: "The much bragged about mooting of last evening at the Drill bhed, presumed to be for a purpose, was about the snidest held during the campaign. In the first place the delegates- did not ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 December 1900

M sy 2 1 0& iJAtrJjl v V rftfaCTIBfg "tt" i t r THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLUME L NO. 159 HONOLULU, H. T., THUKSDAT. DECEMBER 13, 1900. PBICE ITTE CENTS LIVE HORNETS' NEST IN JUDICIAL CIRCLES Humphreys-Little Letters Have Stirred It Up. JUSTICE FREAR SHOWS HIS HAND CIRCUIT JUDGE STRIKES BACK CHARGING UNDERHANDED CRITICISM. Clerk Smith Wrote With Chief Justice's ApprovalFull of Controversy Published Herewith. The letter of Judge -Humphreys of tho First Circuit to Judge Little of the Fourth Circuit relating to the abuses of the past in the use of money in court for other purposes than that for which it was deposited menu to have stirred up a regu ar hornet's ncst Clerk Henry Smith thinks that his honor has been assailed and makes a hue and cry and now Judge Frear Jumps Into the breach to trv to explain away the malodor tlmt attaches to the misuse, not to say corrupt use. of trust funds in the past and endeavors to make it appear that judge Humphreys has been guilty of because he p...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 December 1900

"TWO m fit-l A i j. ALalv - "-' "XUfcfl me amvai u m 5 fr Xinoon Mam yesterday ' M f there were no foreign ar- XJ rivals. The big Japanese j liner made a very fast gnnn' run from San Francisco, nort she left on the Otta inst.. at 2 P- m. She was reported off Koko Head at a little before three, thus making the trip in about six davs. The vessel has not many passengers, but has all the freight she can carry for the Orient She will take three hundred tons of coal here and hTe for Japan and China at noon. Purser Slocum. so well remembered her. is the new purser of the Nippon, vice Purser Keyes, resigned. The bis transport Meade will get awav for Guam, Taku and Manila today at 3 o'clock. She has been delayed in taking coal by the poor arrangement of the vowel for loading fuel and also by the fact that she had to take so large a quantity. Improved Propeller. Considerable interest is attached to the present trip of the gasoline schooner hclipse, which left last evening on her rfgular run t...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 December 1900

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 cam them in stock. Our prices we guarantee are the lowest we have the assortment, voil 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. Best 1 kT rHJ m "f v 1 v. iJM' w M ? "A;;:-,-v:..::)--..H fe fitfKB? ft-v-V:i-"-" ''fl V MANILA HAVANA MEXICAN AMERICAN PORTORICAN a AT THE HAWAIIAN TOBACCO GO. LTD., To mako room for constantly we are oflerin? Special Inducements Have you seen our selections in To owe niy Health Jfavnier fiottM is a Tonic and has more nourishing qualities than any Tonic or beverage in the market. FOR SALE BY 111 Jealers Cigars heard-of Bargains in Electroliers, Brackets, Shades, Globes, Electrical Fi...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 December 1900

' t ' ; 'rat'.' :B?l5PS!KIB99pi?a"r,; T'v,Mf??",3!''S!F,'! FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13. 190a : : - THE HONOLULU KEPUBL1CAN. published TSverr Mornlas Except Monday by tha JUtoi. Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. WLS S. GILIr -i - - EDITOR TELEPHONES. Business OSce.... Main 21S Editorial ttoorns Main 123 . Entered at the Post OSce at Hona- inlu, H. T., as "second-class raalL SUBSCRIPTION EATE3. Per Month, by Carrier...., $ .75 Jne Year, by Mali S.00 3li Months, by Mail -LOO Three Months, by Mail or Carrier. 2.25 HONOLULU, H. T., DEC. 13. 1IXX). WEATHER YESTERDAY. Mn T 7 tsnt. Sltalmam Trtnfwtan "1. Jccrws. Hooimr Vrr 3 S al 9 p. m. up to 9 n. m. Mean Dwr Pufht for dw Dor ." iJeAB CMnttTe WINDS. XrttHu( S. " FBRHOAST rK TCDAT. - trade and tatr ireatitw: Mglit shower in Um nUley. MISUSE OF TRUST FUNDS. The Republican fails to see wherein Justice Frear or anyone else can see anything in Judge Humphreys letters to Judge Little condemning the use r.f fund deposite...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 December 1900

v --- v-y, rsytj - -VJ f ''):KV'i:(m THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 13, 1000. X I ft -FOR CHRISTMAS i KUTS IAISIMS PLUM PUDDINGS , PUDDIOITTM. (Indiridual Padiingi) MISCIM1AT GUR1AWT8 LEMON, 0AG1 AND CITRO PIIL XPPL1SS 0RANG13 LIMONS jl Fins AMorknuat of Imj Crekra, ( of Deiafcy Chip, Salin Snowilaka, JWy Bare, all Taring of Wrfera, Ito. A Large Variety of ChriitmM and Ghreb CandUi. ! Salter AWaity I Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. ' The Porter Furniture Go. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS Furn IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ire and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Tastes Side Boards Divans Cnma Closet Extension Taoless Direct from Eastern Factories NEW GOODS JUST ARRIVED WMte Enameled Iron Beds from ?" iVoot Mattresses, the very thins for comfort and health this wet weather, double. fl: -ingle, $2.50. Wire Springs from $3. Wool Pillows, Feather Pillows. Hair Pillows, Straw Pillows, Excelior Pillows. Meat Safes. Ice Chests. Refrigerators, Bookcases, Chiffoniers, Extens...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 December 1900

l -1 .. i i ,. .fr,,. ,., iKnj mrm jtgj. - wfip. fc.Vij OP v : r SIX THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13. 1900. SEEBK6 FOR TOlffilSTS - FOB THESE ISLANDS Sw.all Attendance, Lack of Funds and DefTnitenets of Purposes Combine I to Cause Delay. The Chamber of Commerce bad an interesting, though rather siixnly at-"tended meeting yesterday morning. "The following members were present: TK. F. Allen-, president; James Gordon Spencer, secretary; H. Alexander jlscnbcrg, J- B. Atherton, F. M. Swan-. zy. E. C. Macfarlane. J. G. Rothwell,; 3n. E. Waity, a M. Cooke, J. J, Egan zsd H. a. Parmelee. j P. P. R. Isenberg was elected to znetsbership. Tfte meeting was wholly devoted to - a consideration of the problem of turning toofists Hawailward. Allan Dunn asked that the Chamber indorse his brochure on the Islands. Tbe matter it contained was to pass Ore scrutiny of the board. The first edition of 5000 copies would cost J500, a second edition $300 or less. A return for assistance from th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 December 1900

yy3GOGOOGOOOOOOOQOOOOOOQOO4 O ESPiRrtSjfi 11 diKs?tH? - aSCHo IJ?323 O l,:vV v& M jM.O n . ' (C Q-i Hie- w 'The Ejtiperor" IMAM'S LATEST Lohdok's Graze H. Y"S. SLIGHT. Ahshica Triumph The Shoe of the Century Ideal Fat em Kid, Practical for All Purposes Alvays Dressed, Xever Eeed Polishing, Moljierny's Shoe Store S SOLE AGENTS WE HAVE JUST OrEN'ED A SEW STOCK OF . . . mm swell Wm CHRISTMAS THE STYLES AKE EXCJUISITJS Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. MILLINERY, HAIR DRESSING, MANICURING AND DRESS MAKING. OUR CHRISTMAS DISPLAY SURPASSES ANYTHING HERETOFORE SHOWN Silverware sl' FOR THE TOILET TABLE Leather Goods Chatelame Bags K. IN CUT STEEL AND JET Faocy Boxes For Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Collars 'Gentlemen's Ccmplete Traveling Cases Fansfand Plncuihions in Great Yariety Erab"ce Handkerchief. &.&r&A6(. 1 r o v,mrj'' "T . s-ft- - fc'' - - iT15?! SEVEM THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 190a News of the Courts, Saprerae court -will coirrene ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 December 1900

GHI ! Dolls saueakl Dolls that speak ( Dolls that wash j Dolls that don't J CHK0000000 TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! ilRIGl DIPLOMACY LEADS THE WORLD (SIGNAL TRIUMPH OF SECRETARY HAY IN CHINESE IMBROGLIO. fGreat Powers of Europe at Last Agree to Proceed to Negotiate Terms Upon the Basis Proposed by the United States. CHICAGO, Dec. 6. A special to the from Washington, says: American diplomacy leads the world. The great powers have practically reached an agreement as to the basis ntfuturo movements in China and this Sfetsls Is that which was proposed by Secretary Hay. Secretary Hay has cabled Minister Conger to sign for the United States aa agreement which the miuisters reached at Peking. This agreement EAGAN ON RETIRED LIST. Gives Up the Fight for Reinstatement in the Army. WASHINGTON', Dec. 6. Brigadier-General Charles r. "Eagan, Commissary-General, was today restored to duty by the President and at once placed on the retired list The order issued by the President remitted the unexpired portion...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 December 1900

' -v "r - I a' OUJLU n$?. THE HDMLLfLtf REPUBLICAN. v VOLUifE I . SO. 160 HONOLULU, HI YRIDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1900. PRICE JIVE CENTS 1 rue close or THE MQRMQM J UBILEE Two Days at the Orpheum Was Most Successful. PRESIDENT CANNON IS PLEASED HISTORY OF MORMON CHURCH BRINGS OUT INTEREST- ' -. . SNG FACTS. Yesterday's Session Were Replete With Music and Song Impressive Services on Punchbowl Pleasing Pictures In the Evening. Stirring addresses and musical numbers abounded at the morning session of the JubIlccAnniversary ol the Church Christ of Latter Day Salnts held at the Orpheum yesterday. The work of the comoined chorus was up to the usual high standing. and the antbenw of the Mormon faith were participated in by ihe choir as well as the congregation. The exercises somewhat late In commoncing, coaewrt;y the fuUJ ienZth Pro' grant WilMo be cut in several in fcr$HaJouni jn time for the afternoon session ., Shortly after 10:40 the curtain lifted and the church hymn. "How Finn a Foundation...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 December 1900

W s. j cv Sjk Xrt"f 4. t 3 fe TWO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. FRIDAY, l'-' l-."R r4, 1900- & MW "? JiailT 110 UID GO. Oceanic Steamship? j! Honolulu Dairrmen's Association. k r Jut ii f A ix -4: Shul ! v i tf'iMv u iiii v. rtk i .. ar- tt WE ';HB departure of two big and the arrival steamers j I T i of a labor agitator were . the principle topics of in terest on the wharfs yesterday. MHi Shortly after noon the Japanese liner MpiKKt Maru left for the Orient. She took a good many Orientate from here sad several abin passenger. The coal passers who haa worked all night potting the Mrt fuel aboard the gUMUBer to carr her to Japan had wttwwl away a considerable quantity of gfa in their skins and many of them were In a condition of when the vessel left the oock. Toe freight handlers are Kit veopie to jolly themselves alonp with liquor while are worKing hrd. They earn their money by the wot of "their brows and like in upend it as thv please and a good deal of it goes for gin. lrwnntlv at ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 December 1900

K I R y wmmthmt&ti r5S 3,500 Every Lot is reached by a deHghtfiml ride upon First Electric Railway &8BSSS& A 's THE BEST INVESTMENT EVER OFFERED HONOLULU'S CHOICEST RESIDENCE DISTRICT rFs3rjm& t.; tssafi&fi;ls t '-' it --. "4 For further Particulars and Terms, see BRUCE WARING & GO PROGRESS BLOCK. Notice. Notice is. hereby given that on the 13th day of December, 1900,. Chong Leo Co- will dispose" of their fish pond and salt works at Puuhale, Kalihlkai. Oafeu, to Look Slngr Tonp. All debts contracted by Chong lo Co. prior to the day of this sale will he" settled iy -them, CHONG LEB'CO; Assessment Notice. The 4th assessment ot Ten (10) per cent on the Assessable Stock of The Orpheum Co- Ltd., is due and payable at the office ot the Treasurer, on Dec 10, 1J00, and delinquent ." and after Jan!y 10, 1901. JOHN F. COLBURN.. Treasurer The Orpheum Co, Ltd. V J NOTICE. The only .persons having authority to make collections for the Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd., are ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 December 1900

.-V. VJ , S- wf " A, w , " -ww: - - ... - ' f"S THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY,; DECEMBER tnjoo - jr - -T - '-2: 1H HOmGLU lttt'OBLlUAA. Published Every Morning Except Monday by the Grieve Publish. ins Company, Limited. SLrr '5 tt& 1 EDWIN S. GlE EDITOR TELEPHONES. Business Office ::..,Matn 218 Editcriaf Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau Pest Building EntereS t the PosCOfSce at Hono-)Hla. H. T- as second-class mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Heath. gr Carrier I .75 Oae Yaar, by Mall -. S.00 SCx MoaUw. by Mail 4.09 Three Month, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, E. T., DEO. 14. 15500. "WEATHER YESTERDAY. Mwi 7 Jcrw. vUteUuam Tamiwrataro 1 locrri. Mdan JsmpTMir 9 4?r. at p. m. ;Mchft. up I.. 9 a. w. iMwMI 0r PntMt tar OW Ur-3 wixas. 11f. toucan m TMUT. Ha' rttr tnubw mud fair mrnxhtr. COMOITIONS WERE THE SAME. In ks article on the ejections in Iicwmli and Porto Riro. printed in an atbfr column. the Philadelphia I'ress while mfngly familiar with the In Porto Rico, ignores the fart tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 December 1900

i' w i a rSt I I , 3 m FOR CHRISTMAS NUTS ' RAISDsS HONOLULU STEAM LAUHORT CO. BEG to inform our patrons WE aud the general public that w have just iustalled Sew .Machinery anoVhave lso succeeded in stennup First Class Workmen from ffore the Coast. Ou work i? the future JriH glvo better satisfaction than before. We wash IUINNCL5 and guarantee not to shrink them No Chinamen Employed. Business men will tell yea that an ad in Tfce au briefs good rewlt be-; cum tfeepNpto md It. ,. . PLUM PUDDINGS! PUDDINGETTES. (Individual Puddings) MINCBMEAT CURRANTS LEMON, ORANGE AND CITRON PEEL . APPLES ORANGES LEMONS A Fine Assortment of IJancv. Crackers, consisting ofsI)ainty Chips, Snliu Showdake, Fig Bars, all varieties of Wafers, Etc. A Larje Variety ol Christmas and Church Candles. Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. GroGers. 3frSV Oahu Ice & Electric Go. IOE delivered now to all parts of the city. OFF-ICE: .KEWALO. Your Orders'Solicited. HOFFMAN & JIAKKHAJ1 Telephone 3151, Blue. P. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 December 1900

t New Honolulu Town. The new Sanitary Steam Laundry Company is building up quite a town at Queen and South streets. The buildings are now practically completed. Besides the big laundry there arc 39 stores. 25 &-room cottages, with laths, hot and cold water and electric Ttgsts. and 100 rooms An artesian veil 860 feet deep has just been completed and a flow of two million gallons of water a day secured. A complete outnt of laundry was received on the Olympic aad is now being installed The laundry will lie in operation by the first vtek of next inontn. Kotice to Creditors. Notice is heroi).v given to all having claims against the estate of F. S. Keiki, deceased, late of Oaha. to present the game duly authenticated and with proper at the office of the Executor, ' 'Alfred Magoon. in the Magoon Build-,' hip. Honolulu. Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, within six month? from the date reof or they will be forever barred. J. ALFRED MAGOON', (Executor of the will of F. S Keiki, decreased. Dated ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 December 1900

t Ky p1 "" K ' & WJ -1 3 T r i THE HONOLULU a- REPUBLICAN, ..FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14; 190a SEVEST ML Jfe . . -' i yOO$OOOOOQOOVOOOOOO9Q&W i IBbbI ' x AaaaLsHsUV - b9!K kuma g 4 ITheShoeoftheCentury I Ideal Patent Kid, Pracucal for All I PuiDGses Always Dressed, Never Heed Polismng, VGlnernV?s SOLE AGENTS gcocsCc TKSKS.;rr zgiMxs?. .v. : .25e3&?v "r?2: SN KiiP.xr ' o Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. MILLINERY, HAIR DRESSING, MANICURING AND DRESS MAKING. ,YrVSNSSANsiVVS"W"VNwVSrVW" OUR CHRISTMAS DISPLYl SURPASSES ANYTHING FOR Chatelaine Bags IN ' Fancy Boxes For Gentlemen's-Complete Traveling Cases Fansand Pincushions in Great Variety Embroidered nn ai, n jf and Lace Haodkercoiiefc 'w'wwA''SAwww &.&T&k& titfwwjifii;ii;j - "The Emperor" HUM'S LITEST LOHDOK'S GHAZ2 21. Ts. BSLiCHT. AMSHIGA THIuMPH Shoe Store 1 t X WE HAVE JUST OrEXED . . . A NEW STOCK OF SWELL I1ISTUS I ITS , XTHE STYLiES Alttt HERETOFORE SHOWN ., "? THE TOILET TABLE Leather Good...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 December 1900

t iszxxssszx m WMS A DIVORCE FBOIU CRUEL HUSBAND Corrtrie Bartlctt Gives Her Spouse a Pcor Recommendation as a Proper Life Companion. Corrlno Bartlctt is after a divorce 3cave the home amid mental and and phvsiral suffering Th husband, sie wws has sii ungovernable temper, is of a jealous and nagging disposition and when under the in'luence of Ifquor uwf" vile, vilgar and profane language toward his wife. He has bcon a hard drinker says. The hbellant also says she has Ixren unable to occupy the same bed -with Urn- libellee for several years because of his unbridled temper and his lad language breaking out In the xltont hours of tue night Sho savs she has afcvavs ben a chaste and Bfds for a new fire engine are being advertised by the fir commissioners for the new fire station at The new engine is to be a slcam piston fire engine, with a of 1.000 to 1,200 gallons per .minute ?nd weighing abont S.000 ooifnds. i zua hose wagon is to be for two lorses and earning 1.200 feet of fire, kose....

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