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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 December 1900

i ft' i-' 1.' li ! I" IE IHfiHI Of NOME RULE tCatincd From First Page.1 thos depriving the legislature of the pawr to Interere 1th them, even by teneral law. Homemade Charter. -Tie constitution of "Washington of MS9 contains similar provisions. Those who fear extension of the that the people can be trusted to govern themselves should read the Achates of this convention and should km taken under this clause- . Seattle lax a charter thus framed and the tity comptroller -sprites: "The plan a? ackniwledged to be better than depending upon the legislature.' In 1SS0 Taccma also adopted a charter of ;ts srwn making. The mayor snites: ""The new is felt to be superior to the old method.' The charter of San Francisco recently adopted, the same way. by a convention of its own citizens, said to be the best city charter yet framed, is now attracting the attention of students of municipal government throughout the country. The charter of Greater Xew York, Iramed through the action of the general ...

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. — 21 December 1900

I- I I rratian's Mens' Sllppeis. & SQXETIUSG SEW. I VJE J most Durable, Gomfortable and Attractive A most sensible Christ- ; mas Present, something t ; useful and practicable. Wdnerny's ooooggooggo!SGsoGG ssssltitsssssNa OUR JS. XVOCOOOiMJOWJCOCWJWW)00. SOLE AGENTS, Jt j c v v i C v O ."O J i v . v " fRAND Christmas Display of Exquisite Chxistmas Millinery ON MONDAY, DEC. 17TH, All the Ladies of Honolulu are Cordially Invited to Attend. MISS M. E. An elegant line of these celebrated slippers, in new snappy designs. Shoe Store 'V&s: x '. KILLEAN, Hotel Street., areswwwsswsw .....DISPLAY - t -W HERETOFORE SHOWN THETtlLETiiTAlLE -VJ! ,i,,ir',iO",,i'''Si',,,MPrf' christhrs '11 SURPASSES ANYTHING Silverware FOR 1. Leather I C2 a- . t Goods Chatelaine Baits V t IN CUT STEEl!ND;JET -Fancy" E&ixes For Gloves, Handkerchief an Cellar ' .- Gentiemen's Complete Traveling Cases Fansjand Pincushions in Great Variety New York Dental Parlors, Xoom 4, XliU Baildia?, Hotel St. THE DENTAL ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 December 1900

HOLLAND AND PORTUGAL ARE TALKING OF WAR NEW VOKK. Dec. S. There are many plausible rumors of war between Holland and PorlugaL MADRID. Dec. ".The Imparclal says it considers the rupture of relations between Holland and Portugal to le very serious. It adds that it, iras duo to the Intrigues of Great Britain, further asserting that Portugal is now under the tutelage of Lord Salisbury. LONDON, Dec. S. There has been no diplomatic rupture between Holland and Portugal, says the correspondent of the Standard at The t.ague, and the Ministers will return to the respective courts to which they are assigned in the course of a few 4nys. Nicaragua EAGER TO AID GANAL ENTERPRISE NEW YORK. Dec 13. The Herald's rorrespondent in Managua. Nicaragua, Telegraphs that President Zelaya repeats his former statements that he will not place any obstacle in the way af the construction of the Nicaragua ranal by the United States government, Jat on the contrary, will offer every passible means In his power to a...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 December 1900

w & v rN V.Ss . t C. A ' ' V . -W t mm THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLUME H, XO. 167. HONOLULU. H. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1900; PWCEMTE CEKTS TWO HISTORICAL FIRES HDJHEjR LESSORS Splendid Opportunity-Overlooked In This City. ORANGE TO WIDEN THE STREETS CHINATOWN COULD HAVE BEEN MOVED ACROSS THE RIVER IF STARTED IN TIME. Item of Expense Considered in Making Improvements to Honolulu's General Appearance Hundred Thousand Dollars Required. In 1SSG Honolulu was visited by a fire almost as disastrous as the Chinatown plague fire of last January. The anclont fire occurred in that section of the town now known as the burnt district; and it.6erved to clear ont blocks of miserable hovels and to clean up. the most filthy section of the city. Prior to the visitation the streets in Chinatown were only 3G feet wide. The houses wore of a miserable character, mere shacks, and more suited or stablos than the abode of human being. Honolulu's greatest cesspool bad been cloared out and great chanc...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 December 1900

SEN ft ffc if SUP!! Narrow Escape. The schooner Golden Shore now loading at Hadlock had a narrow from going to tho bottom of the Pacific with all hands during her voyage from Honolulu. The vessel was in mid-ocean when a fearful storm came up and tho Golden Shore was drifting at tho mercy of tho wind and sea without a stitch of canvass set. Her decks wore being washed from stem to stern by tremendous 6eas and she was perfectly helpless. When in this condition a big British vessel hovo m sight also being driven at tho mercy of the gale and was drifting directly toward the schooner. The BrltlBher being much larger than the schooner she was being driven more rapidly than the schooner and was fast overtaking the smaller craft All hands reallted that a collision was almost certain and that it meant the destruction of both vessels and death to both crews, as the fury of tho sea would prevent the small boats from being of any sen Ice. All had resigned themselves to their fate and just as th...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 December 1900

iEW l'JUS YEAK -5 - urn 3 0 r"i!ii. i IOKSOK?aiaSOSOiOK2 What's that? Thirty Yes, on Comblnola. games on one board? Well. I'll never pay a dollar, or even Jty apaln. Why, it's less than n shilling apiece, aor -If you want your money's worth buy a COMBINOLA I "- - vXT ir - V J , ffHE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY. , DECEMBER 22. 1000. SHOT - .- . . -- - - -v- v "3W P r. -S - , tMt cents apiece, for games all those great big nice games. The best combination of home amusemc its ever offered. Thirty games on one board. Many new games .dcd this year, such as National Exports, played with the Jlags of all nations, and ships marked with our principal exports. You can play as long as you can' strike a countrv wmen ouys your commodity. This game is statistically Instructive, and exciting. correct,, highly A new arrangement of Parlor Croquet requires great skill in the players. A full set of Chessmen and the extra men for Backgammon are furnished five. a Dolls, Toys, Wagons, Velocipedes Large...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 December 1900

"It Is stated that hidden on some side track iu the desert the Southern Pacific Company is keeping a train-load of Porto Rlcan laborers under contract or promise of contract to labor on the sugar plantations of Ha wail. It Is stated that these people are herded in the cars and that they are 'in charge' of certain persons who have paid their railroad fare, and who prevent or endeavor to prevent them from communicating with outsiders. It is also stated that the Southern Company is purposely keeping the train back, and will so time its arrival in this city that there will only be time to pass from the cars to the Honolulu steamer. So much, least, is not denied, and if correct it establishes the fact that certain people are being taken through this country to a place to which they '.o not now wlBh to go, and that the Southern Pacific Company is an active party in a conspiracy to tontrol them against their will and also, if the people are not citizens of the United States, to a violation...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 December 1900

K IPPROPRIiTHl FOR HKNUI Secretary Gage Submits Estimates to the House. TRANSMITS JLEnEHJR0M,C00PEI UATTER OF WHAT IS NEEDED FROM CONGRESS. Point Out Importance of Improve merits at Pearl Harbor, HHo and Honolulu Harbors Recommend Purchase of Lot for Building. fFrom a Staff Correspondent. 1 WASHINGTON, Dec. 5. Secretary Lyman J. Gage today submitted a letter to the House of. Representatives, containing an estimate of the appropriations repaired for the Territory-of Hawaii and transmitting a letter from Secretary Cooper of Hawaii upon the same Secretary Gage the following appropriations: LlKhUHHtses .5 45,000 Harbors and landings 755,500 Pofitoflice and custom, house at iilk) 22.000 Expenses of lighthouses 13,414 Purchase of lot for federal building, Honolulu 129,020 Dredging Pearl Harbor 500.000 $1,504,964 Sscretary Cooper's letter and estimates is as follows: Honolulu, H. I., Oct. S, 1900. Sir: In response to your circular letter of August 1, I am sending by this mail estimates of ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 December 1900

SEN n-i 0 .i-. .r " - SIX Tffi HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER r f s?- BIOS OKIED FOR EiErarMniismps Number of New Bidders Try for the Work. MOST POWERFUL VESSELS KMWN PART WILL BE SHEATHED AND COPPERED SUPERIMPOSED TURRETS. The Six Armcred Cruiser Will Represent the Hlflbest Type of This Craft Ever Constructed Hew They Will Be Armed. TVSHIXG10N. Dec 7. The Secretary jf the Nary today opened lilflF lir tie roastractlon of five first-class tan r ships aad six armored cruisers cl thr highest type. For the first lime Ca. frala was represented by fwo t.iicrs the Union Iron V.orfcs and the Riedoo Iron Works. THe the res. t of the W4Hnc cannot be to'ld f r E' me tlmo.;the Union Iron Works cf -an certain to Rr' ntracts for two cruisers and a lz' ' ship. Srur since the birth f the new has there Jxson sach a gathering t p builders ana me'.ii mu5 v.. c aswmUed In the otfice of the Ft -ea-y of the Navy today to wit-4 f h opening of bids for an nmount .aval construction which Secretary ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 December 1900

K I ? HUM FOR CHRISTMAS NUTS . .t , RAISINS STEM UUNDRY CO. WE BEG to inform onr patrons atd the general public that we hare just iustalled New Machinery and have also succeeded in securing wore First Glass Workmen from the Coast. Our work in the future will give better satisfaction thau before. We wash rLANNELS and guarantee not to shrink them No Chinamen Employed. The Honolulu Republican, delivered by carrier, 75 cents moat. s PtfDDINGETTES, (rndindualPu( Pl?DDmGS t ings) MINCEMEAr CURRANTS' LEMON, ORANGE AND CITRON PEEL APPLES ORAN.GES LEMONS A Fine Assortment of Fancy Crackers, consisting of Dainty Chips, Salin Showflate, Fig Bars, all varieties of Wafers, Etc. ge Variety of Christmas and Church Candles. Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. You are most cordially invited to call and inspector CHRISTMAS STOCK W, whether voir buy or not We have now on display a line line of .SILVER NOVELTIES, GOLD AND SILVER JEWELRY, CLOCKS, L ADIES' WATCHES, etc., also new designs In B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 December 1900

4 is i r i F 3 r - -v JTEM ' r "vt "ST- '"V " ..VAbhIit M hnaiiLJIOXnUnJXJROTTA 1 mt il 1 ijiuii, ijinft j six ' THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1900. EIGHT INFANT WHARF GAMBLERS, Wily Youngster Make Time Lively For Incognito Patrolmen. The wharf rats ecchi to be having a. lot of fua tdth the police In the of crap shooting. They persist In p&ying the pame and the vigilance of jtrolnien and of officers In citizens' clothes Fecrcs to fall nttcrly In stamping out these little onUa.'ra The bojE Jsave a good organization and keep jentrys on "watch to signal the ay proach of the police. They are as desire as fleas. Captain Flint managed to catch one cr the sinners yesterday -with a wholesale sappiy of the enchanting cubes about his person. The satanic were thrown Into the sea and the precocious outlaw was pulled fcy the ears. Her dectrlc Spark. ' The young lineman twirled his hat in 11m hands In an agitated manner and vpofce In a voice that seemed to baTe a tendency to...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 December 1900

? yooooQQoooooooGOQo&yyovyyx ttanan's Mens' Slippeis. SOMETHING 2CEW. iQCjfLD An elegant line of these celebrated slippers, in nevr snappy designs, most - Durable, Comfortable andlflrftfaGtiVe A most sensible Christ- ; mas Present, something useful and practicable. MGlnertiy's SOLE 2 Shoe Store " ." 0 .S v .S v .. v v v v v w STRAND Christmas Display of Exquisite Chtistmas Millinery - ON MONDAY, DEC. 17TH, All the Ladies of Honolulu are Cordially Invited to Attend. MISS M. E. ?5 , j? j." jO jO t? jf K & -, ."4 OUR -1, 1. 1 V - f KILLEAN, Hotel Street. K" J K" " I" K" 5 ? 0S$frW3vSSSSW DISPLAY HERETOFORE SHOWN THE TOILET TABLE, CHRISTMAS . SURPASSES ANYTHING Ilverware FOR Leath'er Goods Chatelaine Bags IN Fancy For 8 CUT STEEL AND JET Boxes Gloves, Handkerchief and Collars i 4V IC ii. i Gentlemen's Complete Traveling .Cases Fansjand Pincushions in Great Variety 8 AGENTS, X 1 S 3 8 4 i X C - V I ' mbande'Lace" Handkerchiefs " " THEJHOXOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, BECEJIBER 22, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 December 1900

STT w :fsr TEN M$ "P)$ ! 15.I:" ' ti Half All Toys will be Half Gome 'w HE STORY OF IK SUM Continued From First Page. enough to reach the Colonics, they were called tin cans and people who claimed to know all about a steamship told how they would not sail in them lor fear of never boing heard of again. It is not necessary to say that the predictions of the know-it-alls was proven rot, and the two vessels in question are today two of the finest vessels ever turned out of an Amerl' can shipyard and good for many years to come. The Sierra it is true is in a way a disappointment at the present time. That she is a magnificent sea boat 's testified to by most of those who made the trip on her. Of course things did- not go as smoothly as they will when she is two or three months older and hor officers and men become accustomed to her and learn her ways nnd other notions. From the groat length of time it took to discharge her cold storage freight it would appoar that she is not as well arra...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 December 1900

"- - ' Sg"v rJ5?' ;-. . g a- . -, - - . t. U . ", .' J f .-V -7!- - tr f Zll&JJ L .' - - i-. .3 JS -: :mnT THE ta HONOLULU REPUBLICAN IN KB VOLTTtfE II, XO. 168 HONOLULU, H. 1L, SUNDAY. DECEMBER 23, 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS CHBISTMIS IWDt Of GOOD HONOLULU IS Retail Merchants as a Rule are Very Well Satisfied. MUCH BETTER THAN LAST SEASON HOLIDAY SHOPPERS ARE HUNT- ING FOR BETTER GOODS THAN OF YORE. The Republican Interview Business Men The Verdict U Practically Unanimous Only One or Two in the Whole Glty Find Fault. Honolulu merchants arc in the midst of a busy holiday season. The holiday tfade'of a city or community Is an excellent;- business barometer. Its volume not only indicates that ready money Is plentiful,- but also seryos as a forecast of trade possibilities in the coming half year ' Advertisers In The Republican are most emphatic in saying that there are no hard times in Honolulu, and that- the volume of holiday trade, would indicate a prosperous condition among all class...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 December 1900

TODAY is liable to be a much dar along the front than as there ia a possibility of the arrival of the transport Iogan and the Rio, the former being due and the latter overdue. The Warrimoo from Vancouver 1b alio late and tnll be almost to get in today. The arrival of the inter-island fleet of steamers the ocean liners -will make tbir torn and the uual Sunday qt almost sure to be broken by 1 " istle always attendant on the arrival of Pteamers and especially foreign vessels. From the lateness of the Rio nd Warrimoo it is almost certain that they fell in for their share of the storm that delayed the Sierra and both vessels will bring stories of a stormy time. This will 'especially be true of the Warrimoo which probably has been bucking Into a head sea'all the way. Race Still On. The race between the bark Olympic and the schooner Rosamond is still on with the schooner a little in the lead. Considering that since the race begun the vessels have both been to and returned from San Francisc...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 December 1900

y 5 - -(IT . awHffr, srr ' V" "VP -JT ??1f J ""A4tV JP f"W 3 THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23, zgoa. THREE 5 51- 5 pacific Import Co. Our DOLL CARRIAGES are quick sellers. f.'tiiP Incorporates. Progress Block, Fort Street SPECIAL DOLL 5ALE ODR 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 stj'lish dressed Dolls we carry them in stock.' Our prices we guarantee are the lowest -..e' 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. ANTA CUES' EMPORIUM yyOQOOOOOOOOOOOOQQQOOOOOQOQQOOVOZ iNEW IBIS YEAR TTTTIUJUIUJUHIIX: SUB II Have you seen our selections in GAMES ? TOYS of all descriptions, at the lowest prices. NOTICE ! NOTICE 5! 2,000 dozens qf LADIES, GENTS an.. ' CHILDREN'S . Handkerchi 1 s will be Placed on Sale Tuesday Uec. 11 We invite Inspection Pacific Import Company ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 December 1900

STV ,t rv8k. !A ( i V , ; - r tea r .""" ' " ., v " & - $ .- ji !- fltru irii5JTSJSJi.lr.N,itfJwwiayiinwfctfrf.ti 'V FOUR THE HOXOLLXTT REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1900. ,. .-' ., . 1HB HONOLULU kSPUBLlCAN. Pablished Everr Morning Except Monday by the Root. GrieTe Pabliab lag Company, Litaited. EDWIN S. GILL - - EDITOR VELEPHONES. Business Office....... Main 218 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post Office at Hono-lulu. H. T., as second-class nalL SUBSCRIPTION RATE8. Per Honth, Dy Carrier I .75 One Year, br Mall 8.00 Sir Months, by Mall 4.00 Three Months, by Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., DEC. 23. 1900. WEATHEB. YESTEKDAY. Hta TeapTlurp TJ 3 decree. ULclraum Tenprtaro 6S. lesmrs. Milraum Teroirtnr 19. trna. i t p. nv. ; ttlllns .es ;ncbt, up to I a. m. JIM Dew Pulct lor the Kmd I1aUvc Uuialdltr 7C. to past 1. ronrcisr rott Todat. I.Jcht r&lrlT 1nd; weather TarUble, prhairt a lew light nbvwcra. INJURING HAWAII. The1 charges a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 December 1900

1 if T IX- i j wflL IclMfeMffycrnfMrml tare dM abut Ue vr J'T' i ft 0 d i a4 tae imrlai ceatteaea' aatfl tfce awwraaiat 'Viae lawyer weald yo iltgashions w Q0ciety r K. -- .W... . ,s,v . Mrs. will .Haft Aw " HJfc.RE Is certainly a feellas of Christnias cheer in the air, and the streets, especially at night, are gay with happy faces. The fond papa with parcels galore goes merrily along, thinking of the Httle ones who will be made glad by the result of his purchases. And the many couples who look with for; character stady, and I find all kinds and conditions on the streets of Honolulu. The shops are ablaze with light, and there Is a constant stream w w It has been so cold lately that tailor mades have come out In full force, and those who are lucky enough to hare the latest style have been the admiration of all womankind. uul iv is piain casnmere ana notntngj else. There Is a lovely new shade of j blue called "tendre," and there Is another called "musicians' blue." The former Is as pa...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 December 1900

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 December 1900

I E$8IL. ! s i ' & wt ' I u - . Vgfr LJWDAW?ENCEMiBjk HONOLULU. FOR CHRISTMAS NUTS RAISLXS PLUM PUDDINGS PUDDEvGETTES, (Individual Paddings) MINCEMEAP CURRANTS LEMON, ORANGE AND CITRONPEEL APPLES ORANGES LEMONS A Fine Assortment of Fancy Crackers, consisting of Dainty Chips, Salin Snowflake, Fig Bars, all varieties of Wafers, Etc. ge Variety of Christmas and Church Candles. Salter AWaity Tel. 6S0. Orpheum Block. Grocers. You arc most cordially invited to call and inspect our CHRISTMAS STOCK whether you buy or not. We have now on display a fine line of SILVER NOVELTIES, GOLD AND SILVER JEWELRY, CLOCKS. L ADIES' WATCHES, etc.. also new designs in BRACELETS, WAIST SETS, SASH CLASPS, MANICURE SETS, BROOCHES, LOCKETS, CHAINS, and many other Suitable Ones. V.'c are offering those goods at prices that will surely tempt you to buy. We have one price for all; every customer treated alike. Come in and look at our goods; we will be pleased to. show them to you, whether you buy or not. M.R....

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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