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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 December 1900

1 i 1 I . WT ftwWttH&iiUjfriamihiii nHfriw nl i m td m a itififmittr yj T'VK" l,ga3r:txyfc mn ii 'ft ilwyl y EGIIT THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY. DECEMBER 23. 1900. LOVERS' GO-BETWEEN FREE. tsart. Alcana had been operating as. a lor a. husky Deauiy op JN'suann valley and a lore-sick of this citr. He ras an adept at composing heart consoling and often wrote these for the Itactcjan'f; benefit -when his indulgent STrcelheart was too Dasy. j He became Involved financially, the hackman's heart would not stand for such measures that Akana went free. CHRISTMAS HIGH MASS. Fine Musical Program to Be Rendered at Sacred Heart Church. A fine musical program will be rcn dared at the Sacred Heart church on Christmas Day. It is as follows: Maxqaesvllle, Punahoe, Honolulu, 4 a. 111., Tuesday, December 25. Program of the aervice: FroMe "La Madonna" - Organ Mis Mary Salter, by Miss Lilly Salter and Joseph Decker, first violins; lksaj. and Harry Decker, sec ond violins; Frank Vangieson, T'ollnce...

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. — 23 December 1900

I 5 I c S scosfccooxx ysoooooooooooooeooooooocog Durable, Comfortable andflrttraGtiVe A most sensible Christ mas J'resent, something useful and practicable. - OOCCCCCCCC ON MONDAY, DEC. 17TH, ' All the Ladies of Honolulu are Cordialv,i.' . ly Invited to Attend. .) MISS M. E. KILLEAN, .. . f ? Hotel Street. "T . t? i? J." W K1 j." K K 0 10 K f." K f m OUR, CHR5TMAS i V ,,.,DI5PLM SURPASSES ANYTHING HERETOFORE SHOWN Silverware . FOR THE TOILET TABLE Leather Goods Chatelalmie Bags IN CUT STEEL AND JET r Paecy Boxes For Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Collars Gentleniens Complete Traveling Cases Fansfand Pincushions in Great Variety Embroidered and Lace HaodkercMetfs (&. &T&A6 1 1 WGlnerny's Slioe Store SOLE AGENTS, $ .s v w :s ,s w .. o v . v v "RAND Christmas Display of Exquisite Chilstmas Millinery A. 7 1 I 2Jb More Bread of the Dental Chair" Limited. - Teeth extracted and Slled absolutely without pain by our late scientific methods. Xo sleep producing agents or cocaine. These ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 December 1900

crrv TEX ; j .-; Half All Toys will be Half T;r r Come HUE PEOPLE OF LOS ANGELES USED Continued From First Page. this continent In spite of their objections. The cars were closely guarded uy armed attendants so that none of the emigrants could escape. In substantiation of this charge it was reported with great minuteness of one of the party, Claude Puey, a boy of 1G years of -age, tried to escape at Sanderson, Tex., and-was shot at by one of the guards, tho bullet narrowly missing his head, j k .-'Worst Coaches Known. Although crowded into two cars at first, a third car was added on the run through Texas, on account of two of thewomen being taken in "'confinement, two babies being born on iho way. Tho cars are the kind known as third-class passenger coaches and wore said to be little better than cattle cars in point of comfort and equipment. The. railroad companyit was charged was 'so ashamedof 'tKe manner in which it was transporting this human freight, that the train had boon sche...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 December 1900

u vc4 ' . Ajr - '. 5fr aV $ , i " T ::v k(YO .T TUT? HONOLUIOJ REPUBLICAN FOLTJME II. XO. 1C9 HONOLULU, H, TL, TTJESDIy. DECEMBER 25, 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS HELD FOR THE TIME IS RtpiSB Porto Ricans Not Allowed a Minute On Shore. ARRIVED EARLY SUNDAY MORNING STEAMER LEHUA BROUGHT UP ALONGSIDE RIO FOR QUICK EMBARKMENT. Plantation Laborers Hurried Off to Spreckelsville Large Number Deserted In California Few Complaint! From Thoie Who Came. The party of Porto Rican laborers on board the steamer Rio de Janeiro arrived In port early Sundar morning and in an hour and a half without a single one of them being allowed to set foot on shore tney were hurried off to the Spreckelsville plantation on the Island of Maui hy the steamer which came up alongside for the purpose. The Inspectors were through long before the time of -the Lehua's leaving but none of the laborers were permitted on shore. At, least they were led to so understand and being a timid lot they could not be induced to assert their...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 December 1900

i -A EggS!' Ky.'Jjgy.&iBgSSaSHB gnKKEEKKHHHKRSKBSSSW&55Eff - Mmacx9 1 - TWO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25. 190a TTDXS, STJX AKD 3COOX. Oceanic Steamship Go. t in ss isms -.s TIME TABLE. The steaaers qjh ofcthis liEejwfl Is nrn .'-, W - lea t&te port as "tfl fcerjmiaer: TVW m TOE STORE 5S iMU jM '"i w V EB. FROM SAN FRANCISCO, i FOR SAN FRANCISCO. 3 i J I i -- '!" J i I i s B' "JS m,r K m '. fa T SCTPBniV IS -""-" C.. y-"W the transport Logan was leaving the harbor the rain which had been threatening all day began to descend ia torrents and the vessel was soon in visible In the tremendous shower. The steamer City of Peking which was wafting outside for the Logan to get out & soon also invisible from shore. 5 eatTed the channel soon after 'e5&a left however and went to avy wharf. 4 . Peking is a full day ahead of u.. bat when he was last here Captain Smith Mid he would be here to peml Christmas eve and he was true u bis word. The vessel has a good d...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 December 1900

v . r or ,?, ,T - "Lt5BJpT,ffi: ' p v& L j. 53. - Pi TFE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. TUESDAY. DECEMBER ,25. rporx THREE . se Pacific Import ;i oil c&fv Hi v v'w.' i 3Vvi -, .-. - - -i w Our DOLL CARRIAGES are quick sellers. Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street, " Have vou seen our p! tils .V4r.l. . 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; very stylish dressed Dolls we carry them in stock. Our prices we guarantee are the lowest ..e have the assortment, j'ou have no trouble to make selections. If you are after Dolls PACIFIC IMPORT CO. is the right place. Largo Assortment ofc. selections Jm .GAMES;? JL . . . . TOYS of all descriptions, ,, at thef lowest prices Pacific Import Company S SOMETHING NEW ! Progress Block B Irliill 1 lis JS JWIp1 Gasoline Engines AND HOISTS For all Kinds of Work (LAND AND MABINE) J Running Pumps, iPfSM &t ynainos and. Machinery THE UNION ENGINE So...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 December 1900

f iy?(tF',affwww"5"'r mw'P, FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 25. 190a THE HONOLULU RPCBLICA. Published Every Morning Except Monday by the Root. Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. EDWIN S. GILL EDITOR VELEPHONES. Buaineu Office Main 21S Editorial Rooms. Main 123 Washington Bureau Pott Building Entered at the Post OOce at Honolulu. H. T., as maiL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Honth. or Carrier f .75 One Year, br Mail 8.00 Six Months, by Mail 4.00 Three Months, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., DEC. 25. 1900. WEATHER YESTEBDAY. Mrn 71 0 lm Minimum Temperature 7ft. Terapxrmiar' 83 v BaxomrSr' 29 W l 9 p a 111. m "a Oew Ivtnl for the Dy -. Mrajj E1Ut Hamfdltr 77. South-west 3 to 0. roiTJCksr roz yodat. "Wind slightly to wet.probatJr loir wth eboir er wwanj ermine. STOP SUCH METHODS. That the Porto Ricans who came here on the Rio came of their own volition seems apparent but that in no wise lessens the obpectionable man ner in wnicn tney were induced to come here through ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 December 1900

Ik W ""T ?- WX3r jf"4 4WEgVCf.OP HONOLULU. FOR CHRISTMAS NUTS RAISINS , 'PLUM PUDDINGS PUDDINGETTES, (Individual Puddings) MINCEMEAr CURRANTS LEMON, ORANGE AND CITRON PEEL APPLES ORANGES LEMONS A Fine Assortment of Fancy Crackers, consisting of Daintv 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 are most cordially invited to call and inspect our CHRISTMAS STOCK and guarantee not to shrink them No Chinamen Employed. The HoaolttlH ReptMcu, Mtw kr carrier. 75 cesti a Mitk. whether you buv 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 Lines. We are offering these goods at prices that will surely tempt you to buy. We have one price tor all; every customer treated alike. Come In and loo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 December 1900

n $ fix WTT m . Henry CVtdi J3S Nutuau St. tf u .iiii fiduajimtimuiV i H illMLXj.apWfiiiJi.i.iiiajiS.Viii' 'T ." -,... . . . . .".r & C ' .VJi'' - T .i- J i r. -A - .yfc.au. - - - vlBKNUK s iVs j ifj 1 .in r 'm -- 1-1 t n-- 'T'fllV''W"'''J?''''''J"""y ii r ---' i . '--" ' " "- ' . ! urn t i "fc , u jjjimi.wiimj -. - , j fc - 1 src THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, 'TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1900. IMU Hi ORH) IBT AUTHORITY win nnr n.r PTiunti KflU bUi lilt a uin San Poul of States Revenue Laws. KW CHINESE WERE CONVIGTEQ PRIMA FACIE EVIDENCE GATHER- ED IN A VERY SUPER- FICIAL MANNER. Special Agent Thomas of the Internal Revenue Office Visits Hawaii and Finds a Pretty State of Affairs Under Deputy Sheriff Andrews. Deputy Sheriff Overend, one of Andrews men over on the Island of Hawaii, has been proceeding against Chinese dealers in hop beer on the nig island In a way that may lead him into more trouble than he with his More than questionable appearing methods has been able to cause the lavly ce...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 December 1900

1SS, cU Ev - pwism. sppswl ffiata3i8ifcwifc,,s ,aiseE!W' i inr i w , i mini i' n ' m 'f n i "WWm n Mm m i i -"-"- - -"- ' -?'''''" ;."--, THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 25. 1900. SEVE fc . 8Pi jyMWrtytftwaiaaiwaaBt y rvW!AXXXXXXXXX X?POOOPOOOOOOPOOWWAAAA Hranan's Mens' Slippeis. 4 i OJf77?iV; F. '' of these celebrated slippers, sin? new snappy designs, most Durable, Comfortable andflrttraGtlye! ;A most sensible Christ- ; mas Present, something useful and practicable. J " MGlnerny's Shoe Store QXK&OGCOCGCCiG 'X: SOLE AGENTS, v v w .. J v .S v J J 0 0 .. l ' ffRAND Christmas Display of Exquisite . sr Chtistmas Millinery ttf T . ON MONDAY, DEC. 17TH, All the Ladies of Honolulu are Cordial. y Invited to Attend. MISS M. E. .3 Jit.4 t mn KILLEAN i Hotel Street, : iTtf Hf K1 f. I? " K I? I KSjtsK'' W" -" " . ! '-. " f . . OUR . . -: . I cHPiSthte'" M CDISPtAY !" SURPASSES. ANYTHING HERETOFORE SHOWN & :l HifT k is .: i j.'saaw'Ti 5 -s; i x Silverware ' Wrf.W - ?' S FOR T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 December 1900

'.? JWSRite?,""' -. KPPf t - . x. ,.-. .A'' IWl x il t" ft S 3 W iisBi EIGHT iH -5 im .t$.J J ' - Jt.-if-il mHHfBamnw uwiminilM .it'', :Ms.i"Mml$&Lii '- &? - -, SWEET LITTLE CLAIRE TELLS HERJTAGE STORY CAME TO HONOLULU ON CON- DITION THAT SHE COULD EAT i PLENTY OF BANANAS. " Stood on Speaker's Desk In California and was Honored by Governor Gage Wanted to See Native Boys Dive for Coin.' Claire Few Is a little girl ten years of age. More than half of her life has been spent on the professional stage. At the present time she Is filling an engagement at the Orpheum and nightly delighting those who see her act. The little actress Is very much like other little girls of her age. Except that she does not hang her head and lisp "yes sir and "no sir" to questions. She Is so very much like them in fact thnt If one did not know it would never be suspected that she has had six years stage experience and travel over a large portion of the world. On the stage the lady is the embodiment of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 December 1900

wm . ."W W J 'r:tl,M -.-V";T KT' r s-JW- -.'.Bf,., ,' k, x - ' w i - - - ' - 1 ".: ' SSv.glff jjja; nfcN VV.' C? . V i-, - "'- " ' v . - 4. . V " THE HOTOLUEUtREF fBLICAE ? ' ' f . OLTJME IT, KO. 170 WOXOUJLU. H. T; THCIMDAT, m fWPFII 37. lfM FBKB MV1 CUTIS DOES CONSTITUTIQII FftlfiWJHl FUG ? Weighty Question Now Before Supreme Court ARGUMENT GENERAL TAKEN UP ON CASES FROM PORTO RICO AND THE PHILIPPINES. Mr. Griggs Makes Extended Argument Contending That Newly Acquired Possessions Are Subject to Vary-mg Whims of Congress. Washington. Dec. 17. In ih United States Supreme Court today argument was begun In two cases, tfar decision or which Is expected to fix the status of Porto Rico and the Philippine Islands and other Insular pos-sessions acquired through the war .... with resnect to the United States proper: to say whether their people are citizens, and to 'Indicate whether the constitution follows the flag . One of the cases Is that of John H. who in June. 1S9D. imported ttom Porto ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 December 1900

. 'W'"?' - "grn siy v .r J - e 2 i w wii.ypiufi jmJ?1 4xv& j"J ft- . i" .-- 1 w 53 1 TWO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN', THURSDAY. DECEMBER. 27. U r. 3 ? TIDES. SUX AJTD XOOY. Oceanic Steamship Go. ' ; rlrfi -a !'! sf i s , , - If sf T . ?6 t v - ? J? steamers 01 as liBcvfU L misvart saerdlsaer y i4? l p (Jirt FiJKJUt ufctE STORE s. e 6.eiii.itas 4FROM SAN Fl RflNiscoj 1 ft for mmwntmKtmv. 1 Ik jfi sswtsftl. . -" - MK- " lis i l II f ' i ' Zeslandla ...... .- ... Jan. i r.andla ......... .....Jan. wed .ac c jet i.t Jil 1 j e.uj3;ia -5 A.Iaxnetia . ... .... Jan. s Manposa .. Jan. 7 II IILLIAIS imp. t t t i r 1 TfcarHTl 7.s7f LSi J.W s. i.rrsja."ii.ia Z33tesdJbC ;...V....'2 l.Taaf ixekiadls .- Jan. SS t a I Fri .ac 3k 1.31 aet a j; SLI3. ' Sonoma ..v . T.. - -1 WiirT 1 ' rililiiifrir ? A "! !." t ' U" - 1 Jt, Jl aSsaMST 'MBauT'"' "BaSl'BJ sae TJSW SaaTr:.: -- Feb. 9 ari jSa ......... ..'.... 13 XOYE BUILDING, NOS. 534r53G. Td.816,, FOUT ST SOrJUC i-J 7 Sibrra r.. ... ."Feb. 10 Alameda ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 December 1900

."J! ''"yFfiW: ' .A' VP" ! - t V1 - v v H ; THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY- DECEMBER, 27, 190 TOXHX m T tt " T. . H5 1 SsmsmsmBBBBSBBBmBBsaSBBSBBBSSmmmmsiBBSSS ' Pacific Imhofli Il Js - IISCSTBSfMMai Fort Street Special E are now w Lawn 12 offering for a few days only 65 pieces Real Linen yard pieces, 38 inch wide, at " $3.50 a piece 75 pieces, Real Linen Lawn, 38 inches wide, $4.50 a piece SPECIAL P. K. SALE 50 pieces White P. K., excellent quality, worth sale at 20 SPECIAL WHITE SWISS SALE 58 inches White Swiss Special at 30 cents Do not miss our Taffeta We are now offering a good quality of heavy shades at 75 See Our USsT swwwB w . - he BBl jHjKKjIt jHk7wB 1 UH &$w' ssm ' msssssssssf ssssmV THE UNION ENGINE Sole Agents: THE YON MMM fOUNff CO'.im "Just as the Sun Wwt Down Was the time when he wanted -a" Light and couldn't find a match. If he had let us wire his house for Electric Lights he would have been saved annoyance. Our work is first classjand our prices are as low as...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 December 1900

WfW "SFrjat . jyjWUM Wji rt iii' ,av .ta siar .i - n - "i - - " "J s, H- rf FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBUCAXi.lIIURSDAY. DECEMBER, 27, ,190a THK HONOLULU REPUBLICAN Published Every Morning Except Mem-day by the Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. SDWIN S. GILL. - EDITOR TELEPHONES. Business Office: ......Main 218 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu, H. T.. as second-class xaalL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. i'er Month, by Carrier $ .75 One Year, by Mail g.00 Six Months, by Mail 4.00 Three Months, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., DEC. 27, 11)00. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Minimum Tratfrstan TO. Maximum Tvtnvman 7J. leri". rr . 9 p. m.: Imvlar :acJM, up to s a. m. Ka Dw for th Dr-1 " Kin nomldity "I WIJfDS. 3 6. FOBKUHT TOR TODAT. 'mh northerly wind. ratter ;lr rla hi xhf ROBERT R. HITT. Those familiar with state affairs of the United States will hope that the report that Robert R. Hitt. of Illinois, is to be asked to become Secretary of St...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 December 1900

" '" "-""- " &-' is - .-. --- s1 m .y VM w THE HONOLLXU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY. DECEMBER. 27, tooo. FIVE Mev5 of the Town. Dividend Notice. k '. -;? .'St '.'.Kj v t wr Mrrttfvjrs 1 lil MP' 1 li j 3ft4lVZ) ZHYCf.l3B ppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppppi r M U 1 FOR NEW YEAR ! NUTS RAISES PLUM PUDDINGS PUDDINGETTES, (Individual Puddings) TMINCEMEAr CURRANTS LEMON, ORANGE AND CITRON PEEL APPLES ORANGES LEMONS, A Fine Assortment of Fancy Crackers, consisting of Dainty Chips, Saliu Snowflate, Fig Bars, all varieties of Wafers, Etc. Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. :.. ft jirffiB fjfji J. S. SPITZER CLOTHING HOUSE DID IT EVER STRIKE YOU THAT THE HUB IS GIVING THE BEST VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY IN MENS', BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING? YOUR FRIENDS KNOW IT, THEY ALL BUY AT THE HUB, WHY NOT YOU? REMEMBER WE ALSO CARRY AN IMMENSE STOCK OF FURNISHING GOODS, HATS AND CAPS AT ASTONISHING LOW PRICES. TAKE A LOOK AT OUR WINDOW AS YOU PASS BY. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 December 1900

fv1 T" 4 UNI ILQWN OFF IY SUNT POWDER I0MI Antene Freitas Shoots Firecrackers and Touches Off Powerful Explosive with Disastrous Results. Antone Freitas, who resides on Punchbowl at the' bead of Emma Photograph the Baby. nave you had a photo taken of baby? TJit the question every mother is In. Baby is baby only once in a Mfecfmr and what parent does not cherish tke memory of his happy, care-free ways? Tun perhaps unkind fate has sinister in store for hlui, who kimw? Ileire n photo of baby by all means sum! don't put it off. Kiss Bros, make a specialty of child pwtoeraiiby nt their uew studio, 110 Jlotel street. FOR RENT. COTTAGES , STORES ROOMS On the premises of THE SANITARY STEAM L,.JNDHY CO., LTD. between South and Qucea Streets. Tho buildings will be supplied with hot and cold water and electric lights. Artesian water. Perfect sanitation. .Hants ronsonnble. For particulars apply to J. LIGHTFOOT, On tho promises, or at the office, of J. A. Magoon. . NOTICE. The only persons havin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 December 1900

.. "" " V -54 -..A? " Si -Wf ?m V- ?? & T3 Wfi RB2 tr Jwisa, . -1 " - r595aS92LQSu epubucax. Thursday. December, 27, 19001 SEVEN, X ft i Y t hi u r W T $ v , , -fit: V i jfSOiiiiitfSfri Menhir 'lSljfywtsg. fjc tfr " mi .- 1- 4K.i "?ac-'. ., .-1 lp rfipu.: 'tiMW --- - iiarrr m it eTBHBDBHir Cd Hilw i. VJ ,3. oWJi&X these S " J celebrated slippers, in new snappy designs, most 4- (Durable, Gornfortable andflrttfaGtive teV most sensible Christ- ton as Present, something c useful and practicable. MGlnertiy's Shoe Store I KCCGOOCCCC -.- iCm 1 SOLE AGENTS $ A few Hats New and of the latest styles and Mies that were left over from our Christmas sale. We will offer them at nimimim rniijinn A- KM III II .Mil FKItliX T os? iii'iiri li'Jir i iiiiii'jj : ... w -, -.- - SK',1 . see QOnly a few left. Come early. i 1 1 RILLEM Arlington Block. unsirrn Jlfcjiagv s II tvff JLIVf 11 af n.'. II ft v JUMU) 1' ttT'' 'J t Hotel Street. A Pare Chance What is left)f ourfehtirejstock t - ,j il Grass C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 December 1900

j, ifi It- v Ai l '"' (i HAVOC OF AIR GUNS ON CHRISTMAS DAY Four Persons Injured by These Dangerous Weapons Ear, Mouth, Hand and Eye Wounds Reported. "Br. Honry W. Howard reports four tu8 of accidental shooting wltn toy on Christmas day. The flrst cane wns that of n Chinaman w ho had boon shot in the ear. A Portuguese boy on Punchbowl street had the ronaszlo of his Christmas present in hte mouth., A little sister pulledjhc trtggjBivThe bullat struck him above tk tooth and lodged Jn the upper pat ef his chock. Another Portuguese boy was shot Jn the hand by his brother. In the fourth case a little Portuguese girl was shot in the eye wmch will result In its complete loss. SOLDIER SELLS JEWELRY. Locked Up for Making Sales WithouVJ a License. David Honry. one of the soldier boys from Camp McKinley, was locked up at the police station last night for peddling Jewelry without a license. Policeman Hart Kawaauhau made a docoy bargain with the soldier offering to take a two-bit "Waterbury for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 December 1900

W i f f , T r i i 7' ' 1 it - as Chinntown should be moved across the river. . Favors a New Park. "Another -point that should be spoken of is this: Why not use the blok on which -the KntimakapUi church is situated for a park? There Is a little slope In the land there which would make a most beautiful terrace. Then, too, the town will soon build up, and a park there would be just the thing. ' Edward A. Mclnerny had this to say: I am not sure as to tne of moving Chinntown across the river, as the land in that direction is eMremely flat and low. You see, such a filthy class of people should have the best and highest land that they .cannot get worse In the matter of sanitation than usual. If thore is onough land at tho head nf Llliha street on the higher ground for nil Chinatown. I would be greatly in favor of moving the whole lot of them over the river. "The streets must be widened. Nothing but stone buildings should be allowed on the tract, and until " some action is taken in that lin...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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