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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 December 1900

"S, - ,.&.- jjr"tj EIGHT THE HOXQLLXU REPUBIJCAX. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 19, 19m. XOXOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. J Eli AtkwS r riiuitatiGo Gtipiir - - 27 Eftvuiua AirrtcaliarM Oo ...."; EailBOcni'l SocrC? ............ ..- --. Hgnmlluifear&rOo ... ............. tf), US Eocctan apu CWnpnr - - E&baka nctUoa 0npnr ........ M 23 KUwl nAOUacn Got. A-a .... 12', .. Klfcrl FlntaUjn Gv. IA1, FaM op.. 17;; .. Xlpftfculn Ssgtr Oocspuir - HO . - - 15 o S3fr Co. ...... ............. .. WJ KucJrl gocr Co . AMf .. KcEi7(Je Saar Co. Lj1.. A- 9; S KcErrUe Sarr Gx. Lid, Pd up 13",' IV 0tn cturOo l&S OokmlaSurarPUsUttosCx. 0!&fiixrOo,lJi:A'". .. 0'JiA6ncr&v.LilP'3np 14,' 13 Olovalu Cumpanr Pcmc Secr MM Pait PUnMllnn O 2i0 he;lu9 8uar pomjar .......;..... .. 15 fl(intrrXIUCatji0J... .. 'ISO WfcixjBA ArrtcoltunU Ox 117 115 WslluJca fiarar Co -.. Vain:&c&obarrConipacj' .......... .. J .- TTjCsim MIU Co 105 trudfr gircailp Co. w. ..-....... . 103 5rlc.tva Oo... .101 112', BsUn G 104 111...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 December 1900

t y h ifanan's Embroidered and Lace jf ruumva&" - - " "" " " m ru gn. r - twbvti rmrT""'' e j3w&stft Jr jf r ' lc . ,J -. T-? 'CI . JHE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN", WEDNESDAY, DEG 19. 1900. Vf t - rrrx xxygjwKxxxpppowpppsff Mens' Slippeis. "V i - vt'ic ". '"i"VS"i IDurable, Gomfortable and ftttrabtive ;A most sensible Christinas Present, something useful and practicable. r An elegant line of these celebrated slippers, in new snappy designs, - most -to .. 0 S V V V V V Christmas Display Exquisite Millinery M9 - r DEC. 17TH, Honolulu are to Attend. KILLEAN, Hotel Street. " " " ' riT Vt .J .? V V V . ifRAND of Chtistmas ON MONDAY, All the Ladies of Cordially Invited MISS M. E. J? J.n J" J" Ofclfc - SURPASSES ANYTHING C Oil m verware FOR Leather rjiiTn DISPLAY HERETOFORE SHOWN . ? a ;k ,&& tTHE,TlLETHTAjLExv -W Goods A K Chatelaine Bags Fancy Boxes" For Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Cellar Gentlemen's Complete Traveling Cases Fansand Pincushions in Great Variety Handkerchiefs' at, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 December 1900

F5555' mwmP r -"i"" " ? -.- r rfn. v " - "" TEX THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY. DEC 19, 1000. $r r4 DON'T READ THIS X- , f I '!- r i J . FOR THE CHILDREN TOYS ! TOYS ! TOYS ! Dolls that souealO Dolls that speak ' Dolls that wash Dolls that don't J ""v I! WE ARE SHOWING THE BEST SELECTION AND LARGEST COLLECTION OF TOYS IN HONOLULU. OUR STOGK EXGEEDS ONE HUNDRED "GASES. DOLLS fDolJs that squeak IN ALL SIZES AND COMPLEXIONS j Dolls that speak FROM 25cts. TO S3.00 5.00 .WfHhisiVob 65.00 S4M.B0 at 7 pr. ct. for Sop. and Oct -making 2S. pr month. The witnsss went on to say that she saw Miss Schneider throo.orjgfouri reKs ago. She said then tuafcshe J2iad1ivn notice that shcwantedjtirl,. inw. witness saicuta Miss Schneider: "I do not believe youwiU 5t iL" In reply. Miss Schneider turned pon her a look of'" hauling disappointment saying "If I don't get shat money. 1 will not feel like living amy more." She refused to talk or say a: word further on the subject. Miss ...... . . . r ,-? 4-...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 December 1900

'32 i 5r " - 1 V- -3 KMg?3SKs' w" --;?- sbi, .; sn. t5 nf ' "t -p 'Jgf'" V "'v f ' r$ ff3' v ??ir'J''$y '" jr," ,-.'"?" - - ' ' -or- ' i i&T TEN PAGES VOLUME II, SO. 165 1DICT Of SUICIDE IN BENNETT INQUEST Coroner's Jury Came to a Conclusion Last Night. MISS SCHNEIDER'S CASE STILL OH MORE TESTIMONY WILL BE TAKEN BEFORE A DECISION IS REACHED. Dr. Bcnar Telle of Scout's Ideas of Honor Major Ennls Gives Deceased a Testimonial of Character Larue Property in St. Louis. The coroner's Jury returned a verdict last night, finding that Frank p. Bennett came to his death from a gunshot wound inflicted by himself with suicidal intent. The Jury In the case of Miss Schneider conferred for an hour but failed to'agree and asked for further evidence. Accordingly it will convene ntrain today at noon and hear such tes THE HONOLULU REPUBSCAN timony as the Deputy Sheriff may be able to procure in the meantime The taking of testimony before the Bennett and Schneider coroner's juries was resumed at 2 ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 December 1900

PPP ;HE lateness of the new steamer Sferra was the cause of the advancing of many theories for her non-arrival yesterday alone the front. Had she arrived on time as was expected there would not have been as much interest manifested in her coming as there is at the present time, and it is safe to say from the amount of talk, that she has been the subject of for the past three .days that there will be a record-breaking crowd at the wharf to see nor come in. -Has the Sierra been sighted yet?" was a common question every, once in a while yesterday. The whistles announcing the Miowera were the cause of a tremendous business by telephone and when central answered that it was the Miowera a great many people did not wait to think but mistaking ihe two names rushed to the wharf to find that it was the vessel from the Colonies. Somebody said that under the new contract the essel would have to wait In San Francisco three days if need be for the mail; another said that t steamers would have to ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 December 1900

V h4 J " t V S " (; OUR DOLL STOCK This Season is one of the larg est that can be seen in, this City, the bpst Dolls manufac c V turedjn undressed Kid; also in ; verv 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 sjzes. Our DOLL CARRIAGES are quick sellers. a. T I i ltSIOLA fuo.Ja. r Have you seen our t selections in GAMES' .J 4 . Vt V TOYS of all descriptions, ,' 'atvtlie lowest prices. 2 i C "ft 5O?OiOiO500eOC0aKSOiO2OK What's that? Thirty games on one board? Yes, on Comblnola. Well. I'll neTer pay a dollar, or even fifty cents apiece, for games again. Why, it's less than a shilling apiece, for all those great big nice games. , , The best combination of home amusements ever offered. Thirty games on one board. Many new games added this year, such as National Exports, played with the f...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 December 1900

h 0 '; : -- THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. -"Ti-SS? S"'; J--'""" ,-i"1' Jg- FOUR THE HONOLULU TtEPUBLICAN, THURSDAY. DECEMBER so, 198a ., W-. "" mwb w& Published Every Mornins Except day by the Root. GrieTe Publishing Company, Limited. EDWIN S. GILL - - - EDITOR TELEPHONES. usinecs Office .....Main 218 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau Poet Building Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu. H. T.. as second-class mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATE8. Per Honth, Dy Carrier .75 One Year, by Mall 8.00 Sir Months, by Mail 4.00 Three Months, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., DEC. 20, 1900. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Xa 7 Minimum Temprnarp . iew. T7. JUiurapw .t &: 9 p. a.; rttnel lncb. up to 9 a. tn. u De Putnt tot Uio Dy S.S no CcUUre iiuraldltj 71. WISD8. lo wegi 1 to 0. rOBWUifr TOB TODAT. tight northerJr wind (ind cloudy. CITY TAXES NOT A BUGABOO. The Morning Organ which speaks for the family compact and the Thurston office holders has a great deal to say about the increased taxes that w...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 December 1900

h h V x PRESIDEHT'S POUCY III MMUfflB Elany Changes to Follow Pacification of the Islands. r AMSSORTiKO OF ARMY OFFICERS 1 MEN OF ADMINISTRATIVE ABILITY ARE ESPECIALLY DE SIRED. Soldiers Who With to Remain In the Archipelago to Go Into Bu&iness Will Be Encouraged to Do Captain Gardner' Record. So WASHINGTON. D. C-, Dec. 6. More policy and less armed force is wanted In the Philippines. The President bolieres that pacification has progress to that stage in which more depends upon the kind than upon the strength of the military establishment. There are officers who are military men and nothing more. They are splendid campaigners, and they have done their work well There are other officers who combine with their army education and courage a natural bont for statesmanship, or call it if you will. The former have had thotr day in the Philippines. The latter are finding the field for their special talents. No intention to disparage the work of the military men ie ontert&ined It was...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 December 1900

frs! afSES 'P'K.y vrrk - - Piwiwii - i'"- V V T '-.T., ' i . , - 'trih.y ATI' l?f ' - k && V-J,l?-5"i " ii? " i , urn ny .fgr Y ; six THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER ao, 1900. AGENT FOR TIE SUC4K PLANTERS IN NEW YORK Opens an Office for the Purpose cf Enlisting an Army of White Laborers for Hawaii. From the New- York World. Thirty thousand men are needed Immediately In Hawaii by the sugar planters, and efforts are being made to Eecare the men In this country. So great Is the demand for hands that the planters trtll spend an enormous sum In tnls country to secure them. George t. Baldwin, representative of the Hawaiian sugar men, has opened an office at No. 3 Pearl street and Is engaged In securing men. Mr. Baldwin was Inspector of Immigration at Honolulu and resigned his position to enter the employ of the planters. Mr. Baldwin Ie now at Vancouver, sending sixty-four men to the Islands. Frank Alves, who represents him during his absence, said yesterday? "When the ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 December 1900

5 r ) I ,(. FOR CHRISTMAS " NUTS RAJSIXS JLUM. PppiSGS PUDDJKGETJIES, (Individual Puddings) M1XCBMEAP CURRANTS LEMON, ORANGE AND CITRON PEEL APPLES ORANGES LEMONS A Fine Assortment of Fancy Crackers, consisting of Dainty Chips, Salin Snownake, Fig Bars, all varieties of Wafers, Etc. Targe Variety of Christmas and Church Candles. - j Salter AWaity $ Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. " you are most cordially invited to call and inspect oar CHRISTMAS STOCK , , whether yob. "bay or not. fine line of SILVER NOVELTIES. GOLD display a now on Ve have WATCHES, etc.. also new de-As - '; JEWELRY CLOCKS. LADIES' ?5rCELCT8 WAIST SETS. SASH CLASPS, MANICURE SETS, OCH"orcUS, and many other Suitable Lines. will surely tempt you to bu at prices that these goods Tave are price'ror customer treated alike. Come taand took W one bu cr S our goods; we will be pleased to show them to you. whether you noL M.R.COUNTER Love Building G32 Fort Street JEWELER 15 not to shrink them and" guarantee IFFrtE n, wonni...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 December 1900

1 1 i pjjf" sr THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER, . 1900. HGEIT aOHOLXTI.T7 STOCK EXCHAKGS. mnutiK - I', Zmreitaa ApilcclJcrilCo.... ... m Ys3eCca1fcScrCo.. " ;-. SswadtasSsc&rO.... - -...... MS BoBroreSsca? OMBPar . ; "f JtnmtiM$tzGnmF2T ." XSktssrrOwapuJr -? Tjatooiii MatUJ Oraipscr ----.- 5S ; trsH rhktaeoa Cc IS-. PM op-- l?i Js csr ornr Jj ........ .. vj l9i 3eaj1WCo.iM -- - V J If 3ci7UrrCaLtL.PJcp S CtlJotCo . - ShmIaOBpftar .....-- XrtScSarmr VDS .. - ....... 3i KintAiloa C S ...... ....... .. Ifuwrr XU1 Cntzpuir - - TrlJs Arrtcalwntf Ox US VCc Sasr On -. .- indBiBUkloSarkrCnepas' IH VDArr 6cshlpOo -........- 5tetlsCo 1M Imlu Btctrle Co M SirwaOaa I3trte A - - Sunt. XW Tfc! tna O. JtejU2a M:a tassctrT ............. - Ma .1 T.UnhAn ffffiAfiY... ....... 1. (t ) notice: 35 rtifcv.V!i 1V4 1M SJ5 iVuiunu St. 15 ISO "-"" " ---- . - 1W 11 SRI 105 IWJi ms lit) 166 14 Oi!iaullrsuu9 to... ......... .. -- XbJuUlk XSe Co ,11- - To.f.1' Ice It IWrlc C "8 C&i' k Co BOSfD...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 December 1900

t 8 MGlnerny's Shoe Store .? SURPASSES .4 t SOLE AGENTS, t vt vt ,? ,S 0 0 S - J .S ,S V V itf - fRANtf Christmas Display of Exquisite Chtistmas Millinery ONMONDAY," All the Ladies of Honolulu are Cordial ly Invited to Attend. . MISS M. E. KILLEAN, Hotel Street. h h" ' ? OUR: r sat . m.r i a & -, M J?. CHRISTHAS . p - :....DISPUY ANYTHING Jalveo&are HERETOFORE SHOWN FOR THE T1LET TABLE LeatheFKJHxsds Chatelaine Bags IN CUT STEEL AND JET. Fancy rV. V 'J Tu -T or GlovesHaneHwrcJWefs simI Cellars Gentlemen? (mtetejrrayelingiCases TT " - Fansjand Pincushions in Great Variety 8 s Boom 4, Hit SaHdiii?, Hotel St THE- DENTAL SPECIALISTS. Kb More Dread of ths Dental Chair Teeth extracted and filled absolutely without pain by oar late scientific methods. No sleep producing agents or cocaine. These are the only dental parlors in Honolulu that have the patent appliances and ingredients to extract, fill and apply gold crowns and porcelain crowns, undetectable from natural teeth, and warr...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 December 1900

.HJfl t&t -; fit " v-li HI NOBLin DISMISSED 4 . 8Y JUDGE HUMPHREYS Continued from First Page.) ins lor the exercise of candid and impartial judgment and sound legal discretion. State ex rel. Hathaway vs. State , Board of Health, 103 Mo. . To sit in judgment upon the right of one to prnctice a vocation which is the source of support for himself and for which he has qualified by' education, study, observation and experiment, and to humiliate and degrade him in the estimation of the community by abrogating that right is a responsibility which ought not to Iks assumed by one who may even though he does not direct and con.- 'trol the prosecution. Where a sense of common fairness does not tell us what is right, the law at least should toll us what is wrong and telling us prohibit IL The law provides a penalty for practicing medicine or surgery, "without having first obtained" a license ns provided by the statute. Practicing medicine after the revocation of tho license is hot denounced...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 December 1900

A VOLUME II RIGHT Of HOI RULE II CIIIMKED Attempts of Legislatures to Abridge Their Power. I REACTION HIS HOW SET IN BARRIERS RAISED IN. A NUMBER OF THE STATE CONSTITUTIONS. -Towns Made the State, Not the State the Town" Notable Address on a Question o! Vital Concern to Honolulu. Honolulu Is not the only city In the Tnitd States In which the question ol municipal home rule Is affording the chief topic of discussion. Many titles on the mainland are advocating revision of their charters so as to make them more independent of State control and give them a greater moiety of home rule. For several years legislatures of some of thei statftfi have been sieaunj encroaching nport the' rights (oU the ltie. InterforlnK with or restricting their legitimate .functions, and In many instances putting under state control departments that form an Integral part of the machinery of city government. Further encroachments along this line are threatened from state legislatures scheduled,, to meet next Ja...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 December 1900

-,,-; l"5" ---..- '&'it v .-,- v Jf Ml if & i ? TWO fl VESTE2DAY was one of the slow days along the frost. With the exception 1 1 of the departure of the schooner John A- Campbell and the steamer Wai- aleaie there was nothing ont. After the schooner left she was ia sight for a long .time having lost what little wind there was Boon after the tug left here. At the up-town wharfs the vessels of the coasting fleet were at work discharging and at Railroad wharf there are several vessels getting sugar and discharging coaL Towards the latter part of this week or first part of next week the pioneer steamer of the new line .from Seattle for which Alexander & Baldwin are -the local agents will be expected. The steamer first to come is the John 3. Kimball. She was expected to leave Seattle for this port on the loth inst .and will probably take from eight to tea days to make the run. The vessel will bring a good deal of general freight and some cold storage goods for this port and i...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 December 1900

I a ! Pacific import Co 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 vou are after Dolls PACIFIC IMPORT CO. is the right place. Large Assortment of WAGONS in all sizes. Our DOLL CARRIAGES are quick sellers. XX&OOQXXsCGXXX&QOXG LNTA CLiUS' EMPOEIUl t yyyyyoQOOOG0090000QOQOOOQOQOooooooG( iEW NHS YEAR &G sm Have you seen our selections in GAMES V TOYS of all descriptions, at the lowest prices. NOTICE ! NOTICE ! ! 2,000 dozens of LADIES. GENTS CHILDREN'S . .- Handkerchiefs inmiitMinirm NEW THIS YEAR rxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxr :OMBINOL no. 2. ." "1 1-J V..iVV I XO2OSOeOSOSOiCGOJO0OeOK What's thutT Thirty games -on one board? I Yos, on Combinola. Well. I'll never pay a dollar, or even cents apiece, for games again. Why, it'...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 December 1900

;v ..c" i -v. -v. p -.ii "y.; . J- ."'s - ! -W i FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. ERIDAY. DECEMBER ar, 1900. I J f v THE HONOLULU kKPUBLlCAtf. " r Published Every Morning Except Monday br lie Robt- Grieve Publishing Cosipanr, Limited. KDWIN S..GILX. - EDITOR TELEPHONES. But! net Office ..J. Main 218 r Editorial Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post OSce at Honolulu. H. T as second-class xnaiL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Honth, 07 Carrier t .75 One Year, br Mail 8.00 Six Months, by Mall 4.00 Three Months, by Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. , DEC. 21. 1900. AN INFAMOUS PROCEEDING. Another in5tance of the infamous favoritism which has done so much to cause men to distrust the government of Hawaii -a-as displayed in Judge Wilcox's court yesterday when High Sheriff Brown appeared in court to plead, for suspension of" judgment against J. T. Mallet, the contractor at the Young Building, instead of appearing as prosecutor of the case as was his sworn duty. The arbitr...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 December 1900

) HIH RYU SITS ma IH HONDO IATHER W. O. RYAN, uastor of Lj St. Leo8 Church, Dearer. Cola, whose recent eicoriatioas of woman suffrage have created a sensation in the west becaase of his wide acquaintance and great popularity, has "written the following clean-cut reaffirmation of his views: "To sar that female suffrage in Colorado has proved a failure is to ex-press a half truth and a failure, after all. is but n negative term- Failures arc oftentimes respectable; we can tolerate failures, in things and persons. "But the exercise of suffrage ay women In Colorado is no longer if is on i.nmfxo hi a hnrrihia travesty on the hopes and expectations of many of us; a Frankenstein monster we have raised which we must slay or it slays us. It is injuring our homes; it Is ruinous to all that is becoming and admirable in many of our women. "I was one of the theorlzers wno voted for woman suffrage. I imagined her entrance into the political arena would soften the combat and civilize the combatant...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 December 1900

"v- SIX HIP CHE , arjffctf'' AfiUR FOUND IT fMTjMBfSj Judge Estee Lays Carson Collision to Mate McNeill. i DECISION FOR PILTZ AND UWJ 1 UNITED STATES COURT FINDS , i THAT BARKENTINE'S LIGHTS WERE IN PLAIN VIEW. Steamship Was Trying to Cross the Sailing Vessel's Bow Was en a Southwesterly Course Concurs With Supreme Court. Usfted States Judge Estee and the Justices of the Hawaiian Supreme Court are ranch of the same mind in the aatierjof, the polflslpn between the Btesnffeltlp Clawfline Snd the William Careoa. In a decision banded down yesterday by the federal judge, J. S. Low and Captain John Plltt may the Claudine people, the WlWerSteamfihlp in the respective sums of $9,050 and $1,155 SO for merchandise and for j personal effects that were ruined and j lost in the briny dwp on the fateful night last uecemoer. judge fcstees main b.uuuu . "ijourth wth jiS4t000,000, England fifth decision Is the feature of the case re garding -the. disputed view, or lack of view, & the lights of t...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 December 1900

Love Builtling 532 Fort Street STUM JEWELER fi . f?. .-- i V C . . "THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2t. 1900. SEVEX ' ! News or Hie Town Mies FOR CHRISTMAS NOTS RAISIN'S PLUM PUDDINGS 'PUDDING ETTES, (Individual Puddings) MINCEMEAP CURRANTS LEMON, ORANGE AND CITRON PEEL APPLES ORANGES LEMONS A Fine Assortment of Fancy Crackers, consisting of Dainty Chips, Salin Snowflake, Fig Bars, all varieties of Wafers, Etc. are Variety of Christmas and Church Candles. Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. - 0. Tou are most cordially invited to caU and inspect our CHRISTMAS STOCK ""vhetber you buy or not. fine line, of -SILVER NOVELTIES, GOLD we have now on disp$r a AND SILVER JEWELRY, CLOCKS, L XDIES'WATOHES. etc alsonew ,!n BRACELETS' WAIST SETS, SASH CLASPS. MANICURE SETS, tZoCHOCTcHS, an? many other Suitable Lines. : We are offering these goods -at prices that will surely tempt you to buy. treated alike. Come in and look We have one price for all; every customer whether yo...

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