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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 December 1900

. j turn OUTWARD. Dallr Tallx DaUy Dally Stations. tx ex (an Son rxn. a.Q. A.za. p.zo. p.xn. HonolQlu U0 9 JS 11:05 3:15 5 JO PrarlCItx 3 9:48 11:10 3.47 550 EwaMUl P2 10:0S 120 4:03 6:10 Wal&nao ... 10.50 4:15 .... Watalua ... 11:55 5:40 Kahuku . . 12:33 6:15 1XWABD. ill7 Dally Dally Dallj Dally Stations. ojc "Jin Hun tn. a.xn. a.m. p.m. p.ni. Kihnkn 5:33 .... i" Walalua S:10 .... 2:50 Watnnae 7:10 .... 3;V EwaMlU 3:50 7:4 1:03 4:32 PearlCIty :15 "ittl 1:30 15 Honolulu 6:50 8:33 25 5-K! U P. nKXISCV. T. C.SMITU. Siipwrtrifonflpnt. P. .1- T. A MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. Steamers due and to sail for, the neit thirty days are as follows: ARRIVE. Steamers. From. Due. COPTIC San Fran Dec 29 ZEALANDIA San Fran Jan. 2 hlO DE JANEIRO San Fran.. Jan. 5 ALAMEDA San Fran Jan. S PEKING San. Fran Jan. 15 MIOWERA Victoria Jan. 19 ZEALANDIA San Fran Jan. 23 GxVELIC San Fran Jan. 23 SONOMA San Fran Jan. 2D HONG KONG MARU San F..Jan.":;l MARIPOSA San Fran Feb. S CHINA San Fran .. Feb. S DEPART. Ste...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 December 1900

h 7 i v Pacific Import Special E are now offering w Lawn' 12 Do not miss our Taffeta We are now shades at 75 See Out Window THE UNlOiV ENGINE Sole Agents: THE "Just as the Sun Went Down" Was the time when he wanted a Light and couldn't find.a match, H he had let us wire his house for Electric Lights he would have been saved annoyance. Our work is first class and our prices are as low as is consistent with best material. Give Us an Opportunity to Figure with You. -- T. Leslie DeCew The Union Electric Co: OFFIOE: GU North King St., Honolulu, T. H. 1 O. BOX C5. SOMETHING NEW ! BAKER'S EGG! Put up ill 1 lb. cans. For sale by all First-class Groceries. Used for making Omelettes, Cakes, Custards, Etc. HIGHIiAND AND PET CREAMS CALIFORNIA CANNERIES CO.'S CANNED GOODS AIiPINE CEMENT, "WALL PLASTER READY ROCK ROOFING, MORTAR STAINS And all kinds of Building Supplies -0- HOTMH TMDIH& CO.,. UL GENERAL 532 Fort Street I READ THF REPUBLICAN, 2 5 jfctfc w. Pnrajfcv Incorporated. Progress Block...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 December 1900

-- ' , - "'T -'--" v? c a , vm!?r"i 'tVtf;ggV&5?wVS ' rv: He rsi R)l THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1900. Pnblfned Eveii Morning Except "Monday by the Root. Grieve Publishing Company. Limited ' EDWI.V S. GILL EDITOR VELEPHONES. Business Office Main 218 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post Offlce at H. T., as second-class zaaiL SUBSCRIPTION RATE8. I'ct aionth, by Carrier....- t .75 One Year, by Mai! 8.00 Sir Months, by Mail 4.00 Three Months, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T DEC. 28. I'JOO. WEATHER TESTERDAT. Vfa Tetnprtan 70 3 dcrf. Minimum Tenjprlore i-K XAZImum Trapnwtar 7S. t 9p m , Irrslur :ncb4. u? V) 9 . in. Un Dr r Point for Use Dr -W J KiMn RUUt Hanldltr O. WiyDd. S to 4. FOKKCAsr OB TODAT. yrb Bort&nrljr triads Ami Sjw weather. THE ARMY CANTEEN. The Republican publishes on another page an interesting Interview with Major George H Ruhlen on the Army Canteen, its uses and abuses. Major Ruhlen knows whereof h...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 December 1900

"T -v -- -' - J THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2S. 1900. FTVK V -; ( V r 7 hsJ WVS' DAVD LA L. S. Mathews & Son 80 (late 2G) Bcretauin St. Between Nuuauu and Fort Streets II HONOLULU STEAM UUHDRY CO. WE BEG to inform our patrons T T tu.d the general public that we have just installed New Machinery mid have also succeeded in securing t nore First Clnss orkmeu from the Coast. Our work in the future will givo better satisfaction than before. We wash fUlfHELS and guarantee not to shrink them No Chinamen Employed. -"S- 1FFICE SH Mitil 513. Tha TTnnntiiltt Rnnh11rn riollrorott ky carrier, 75 cent m Boat. j gJL ""Jbrtu LAW&EMCE. 0 0 0 Great Holiday Sale OF FURNITURE Every line to go at reduced prices DOUBLE BEDS ONLY $3.50 MATTRESSES In Straw, Excelsior, Wool, Etc., from 52 up. BEDROOM SETS REDUCED TO 520. PILLOWS In great variety from 25c up CANE SEAT CHAIRS 85c BABY CARRIAGES, In all styles, from $10 up. White Enameled Bedsteads only $6. Refrigerators, Meat Safes, Book...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 December 1900

7fc " V WrU;: - 'STa?. "Ec'XC'" h 7s v- V SHY THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN. FRIDAY; DECEMBER zS 190a IE! QBfEHTAL LINE S0flHT0BE STARTED TVTILL CALL AT HONOLULU AND TERMINATE AT THE PORT OF SAN DIEGO. To Build Up Traffic Between Mexico ansf Asiatic Ports Japanese Financial Agent in California Look-rag Over the Field. A new Japanese steamship line ter- zrfnaticg at San Diego and naturally cxkinc Honolulu its main port of call is ender process of formation and -will, when fn operation, be a factor of zzendocs Importance in building up the preat Southwest. The scope '.f the plan Is to work for the building up of an Oriental commerce with the Southern States, the Southwest and 3Icxico. The San Diego Union 01 a recent date has the following tangible information upon the subject: "K. Hlyaraa. of the financial department of Japan, is in the city as the Tvproccatatire of the secretary of the J&oocese treasury, investigating the trad? conditions and the advisability T csteMtebfag a steamer li...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 December 1900

V t 1FWVXXQGOVOCOO ftarrati's Mens' Slippeis. m Arlington Block. SOMETHISG XEW. A most sensible New 1 Year's Gift, something ; useful and practicable. : An elegant line of these celebrated slippers, in new snappy most That were selling yesterday for $10 are being offered to-day at $ 8.50 o&Ma sooS8 A3 Mm S3JOCK IS VESTS? '& wysiyysjsysiKKSjSjjSjyNA designs, Durable, Gomfortable andflfttraGtlVe 1 1 mm &HB X MGlnertiy's Shoe Store I YOXjOJKrtOCKteX&K .T"- -1 - . 1 .3&:.S . ai g SOLE AGENTS, t A few Bats New and of the latest styles and Sovelties that were left over from our Christmas sale.- We will oiler them at .x'. mrnimim mtijinn $5; nn ft n ii us 3,V .! - "- -mi j mmmj . m.,m , ?& v 'Only a few left. Come early Hotel Street. A 'Rare Chance What is left of our entire stock of ; Japanese Dollies f Grass Cloth Teacloths f aod Scarfs I Haye Been Reduced to Below iGost. "J- v. VM& t ---- - -- - -.-. w m h!i sft . , 4 . . -3 ftMMMMWMMMNtf O1 - -; - . REPUBLIC...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 December 1900

EIGHT v HB. RfGGfH DEPLORES ELECTION OF WILCOX UNCOVERS PLOT OF DELEGATE TO SECURE CROWN LANDS V F0R HIMSELF. of Ex Queen Will Re store Monarchy Landlord of Honolulu Hotel Confides in Tacorr.a Ledger But Who Is Rljjgln? Hawaiians have a -novel way of showing their dislike for a man. On the infallible authority of one Herman L. Riggin. a big susar planter, from whom thoTacoma Ledger uaa Eecured an Interview, the Hawaiian rotors have no use for Robert V. Wilcox, and they sent him to Congress to got ridvof him.' and that "Wilcox Boldly to restore the ex-Queen to tho throne and secure the crown lands for himself. Riggin is given as one of the landlords of the Honolulu Hotc, which compared to the other hostolrtas. in this city is about the same as the old Cliff House at the north ond of Pacific avenue in a fow years ago would look lined up alongsido the Hotel Tacoma throe blocks away on A street, and his extensive sugar interests probably encompass a splendid view of the Ewa plantation t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 29 December 1900

If tyfV, i - TV?pSS"f'! if5 "V" r .!fitf& 3Rj:'3f"j'''!tS -J. " " 5 itu - oD -, NOfiU REPUBLICAN f m . r t oluste n. 20. 172 . HONOLULU, a IL,'SATLRDiT. 9, ISO F1KE 1S GEM3B 9! T" SJ f jf ' . own sot siu 6R STREET IM iUU Bandits Secure a Big Hansom and Then Return the Boy. THREAT TO DESTROY HIS SIGHT LETTER MAILED TO THE FATHER REMINDING HIM OF CHARLEY .ROSS. Released Prisoner Reaches His Home After Midnight House Where He Was Held Discovered by $25,000 Reward. OMAHA, Neb., Dec 20. Edward Cudahy, Jr., the fifteen-year-old son of the millionaire meat packer was kidnaped Tuesday evening and held thirty-six haurs for a ransom of $25,-000 in gold. The young man's father unhesitatingly paid the amount and the eon has been returned to his family- At 3 o'clock Wednesday a horseman rode past the Cudahy mansion, on Thirty-eighth street, and threw a letter into the lawn. A servant" noticed the action, and seeing" the letter, found it contained the information that the young man had been k...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 29 December 1900

f 1 'rvJfft IS SmI 19vv IJ-) LVk IVir Vffl jr - i 4& HE Sierra's sforra seems to m ha.7e been a -e-y general one all over the North Pacific ocean as the pa- pers received by the Cop- tic last night are. full of i stories of wrecks 2nd cHs aat coaling steamers ard call- im j At last accounts the shi pit of tb coast were preparing fnr storm? weather. The storm v-a aitj.rectlv afctrango on" as it is a lad tnai T.ne gaies anu - j injr m& ner both on a high tr. The cluBs had been unusuauy 4 a. r.. imn nf Vl rflOf nr1 I T1 U ori Umtc has been" nothing but f watbr an disaster Ve3els traveling between San Francisco and tho bound were especially about and the narrow escapes are manr. The steamers Tope-ka of tho Alaska route and the Alpha were totally wrecked. The steamer Coquelle RIvr lost three blades .)f her propeller and drifted for four days until finally picked up and towed to a place of safety. The transport Thyra which arrived In Portland on tue 19th reports a tntnecjlous stor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 29 December 1900

$ , cents per yd oS inches, White bwiss bpecial at 30 cents We are now ottering a good quality of heavy Taffeta in all shades at ' 75 cents per yd Gasoline Engines AMD HOISTS. For all Kinds of Work (LAND AND MABDTE) J Running Pimps, Dyaamos ud Machinery .'' - YOX 1IAJIM JTOUNG GO. LTD. Sun Went Down" he wanted a iight match, - ' ;v , his house f QriEEEfc ' . ? have been savad ( is first class and our is consistent -with " , to Figure with You. J. H. Thompson Electric CqJ Honolulu; T. H. P. C J3QX,65. THY IT! EGG! sale by nil First-class Groceries. Cakes, Custards, Etc. CREAMS CCVS CANNED GOODS : PLASTER S . ,;. MORTAR STAINS, Supplies TRMH& j CO., Ml AGENTS Lov Bttildiag HV.XTiTfV. RKPTTftTJnAN 8 J 4v Street Lawm. r, pieces Heal Lmeh L ... 4' -5 7 "T - . "sw ; m -: i i 3 t , nO I worth 25 cents; on ,'.-; . - ' W"9 T SALE J J'SJFt .-' Silk Sale Display BEAVER IMCH ROOMS Just receiver a fine assortment of BBIAB PIPES, MEER8CHA.TJM PIPES, CHERRY PIPES, GERMAN PIPES, AXSO TOBACCO PO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 29 December 1900

! - 7 "--.W 0yWi3i A,v - fe JTV v " ' -B- -i - - . ftl . t V - " - lXftrSL V - J FOUR' THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN SATURDAY, DECEMBER .29, 1900. . yy2 V- -- MlLULU ItEI'CBU Every Moniinp Except y the Kont. Grieve In? Company. Limited. BDWIX S. GILL - - EDITOR VELEPHONES. Bust' ess Office Main 213 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau Pest Building Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu. H. T.. as malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I'er Month, by Carrier.... $ .75 One Year, by Mall 8.00 Six Months, by Mall 4.00 , Three Months, by Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., DEC. 29. 1S0O. WEATHER YESTERDAY. t 67 0 dcr. raum 2. leer-, iraum T2. tegr m O.IQ i i p. m : ic4j tall- Inchrw, up to 9 it m. t Dow point tor too Dr M 3 k. i KUle Humidity SI. WINDS. JfrUi 3 to 1. rourr.KHT TOR Tooat. Kodprnt nurtbrait winds iiiid clear wcnther. NEW YORK'S NEW CHARTER. Honolulu la not the only city in the land -where a new charter is being considered. New York is considering amendments to her charter which make ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 29 December 1900

f: ? :4 f ji&j -,i HTHW L. S. Mathews & Son SO (late 2G) Beretania St. Between Nuuanu and Fort Streets l HONOLULU STUM UUNDRY CO. WE 13EG to inform oar patrons aid the general pnblic that -we have just iustalled New Machinery and have also succeeded in securing more First. Class Workmen from the Coast. Our work in the future will give better satisfaction than before! We wash IfUfflELJ and guarantee not to shrink them No Chinamen Employed. tfFHE 5M. Tke Ho&otala Rpbllc&n, delivere fcy confer, 75 9Mto moatk. , H ii. v rf 'J 'J2v THE HONOLCLU REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1900. FIVE ZVZ) LAWREHCE. HONOLULU. .PPP&P90000JMHPP X UC JNJUW YJUAJt I i XUTS . BAISINS PLUiL PUDDINGS PUDDINGETTES, (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. Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum Bljck. Grocers. J. S. SPITZE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 29 December 1900

Fx fft ,1 I i -" -. - a-V"1' 'f?vs fsF i?i "? " rf -s" sit THE HOXOLLXU BEPUBUCAX; SATURDAY. DECEMBER 29. 190a iWDOPHl iis n 111 Japanese Lurking and Plotting to Spirit Toma Away. SHERIFF TO THWART THE SCHEME JAPANESE SLAVE OWNER CHARG ED WITH ATTEMPTING TO COMMIT MURDER. Would Deny Former Damaging Ad missions After He Used the Knife on Iwilei Chattel Brought Another Stockade Voman as His Wife. Toma, the woman -who was slashed vita a knife in the hands of Kaga at lwtlei Thursday morning was brought to these islands a little over a year ago as the alleged daughter of the ra&a who sought to take Mer life. She is a small link in the tangled chain ot the Japanese custom, which binds to thee islands the Infamous common tion of slavery and prostitution that prevails in the Orient. Kaga was arraigned in police court yesterday morning. He was charged k j an assault with Intent to murder Attorney J. T. De Bolt appeared for him, reserving ploa until Voaday when the case will come up again...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 29 December 1900

, 'ooooodqdooscodoooooodooool: ' jw a""M n Arlington Block. most- Itaqan's Mens' Slippeis. SOirZTIIIXG 2TKJT. "ra W rWi J w sLC A . 4iL. Jft . .. JL 5 "SAn elegant line of these celebrated slippers, in new snappy, designs, Durable, Comfortable and Attractive A most sensible New I Year's Gift, something 1 1 useful and practicable. MGlnernfs Shoe Store SOLE AGENTS, KoPJiPiCffiStt I few Bats 1 7 m - - & y - - New and of the latest styles and Novelties that were left over from -our Christmas sale." We will ofler th?m at .REDUCED PRICES ! lOnly a few left. Come early I I R1LLEM Jaoaneseoilfes T'earcldtlt Hotel Street. 7 That were selling ybsterday for $10 are being offered to-day at V .-B Grass Cloth Teacloths. and Scarfs 4- - , 4iaveBeen Reduced ito Below iCost, i3S" v i M A Rare Chance Wljat is left of our entire stock of . fs i . ; S ' NewYorkDental arlocs, A n7lrfC -.P . Only Hotel St. THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS. Ho If ore Dread of the Dental Chair Teth extracted and flUed absolutely...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 29 December 1900

"!T$&5!r" '.ars -.S ? EIGHT THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20. 190a 4i Our ristmas Sfade llas a (Jreat$ueees5! J J"i, -1 - v $'Vr We now have some room to display a part of Our Latest Importations in wr a Stylish and Seasonable Goods that are always in demand . Q Liadies' Dress Capes Golf Capes Steari pa pes K I -CIGAR STORE ROBBED ON UPPER FORT STREET RcJIly & Henry's Place Entered by Burglars Thursday Morning Police Suspect Soldiers of Thomas. RoUly & Henry's cigar store on up-Ier ort street was entered by bur-Stars Thursday morning. A good haul was made including about $60 worth of cigars and tobacco and $2 in suver. Tho cigars taken consisted of three boxes of Key West.- one box of Lillian Russell, three of two of Sauchez & Haya. five of General Arthur, one of Fontcllo; Uiroe of Konown and several pounds of plug chewing tooncco. The burglars entered from the rear breaking down the back door. A second locked door barred them from tho stock room. A hol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 December 1900

K h I 'i 1 r H 4 If 1 It Lu m -1 t' r, -- aa iMH " r r " 2s . f , JL. j r ? ' " j(i fc v f. V ? THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLTJ1TE II, NO. 173 HONOLULU, H. T SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1900 PBICE HVE CENTS BIRD HiS THE POWER TO 1BUE HUlSiHCfS Winam. Must Change Conditions of His Property. OTHERWISE IT SHALL BE YUATED FORTY-EIGHT HOURS' NOTICE iS ALL THAT NEED BE GIVEN. Attorney General Dole Tells Health Officials What They May Do In Enforcing Sanitary Regulations Other Chinese Cases. The board of health does not pro-lo to brook any further delay in the abatement of certain insanitary nuisances and from now on buildings vaiob have been maintained under rather, hazy sanitary regulations will tome in for prompt attention at the hands of the health officials. Heretofore owners of unclean build mgs scattered about town have been prone to take their time in obeying the mandates and complying with the regulations of the board, and in many asofl have disregardeu the orders The Winam property at Aa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 December 1900

y "" v"n"- v "?s- ""3" - - ,.v? ,2 .-. ' V"- - .-?.... X -.. TWO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1900. Jr 'TTDSM, MUX XKD KOOJT. v A V.l Oceanic Steamship Go. DAT. n mm IV. nam. ir F3w &xiiitti im AOuMo -seas a big day on the i The unload- Y - Ine of the mules from the f A I Kintuck and the work of j . ... . . coaling tne uopuc Kept mM j the Navy -wharf and the ' Pacific Mail wharf dusty and fall of excitement all day. About noon time the big transport Thorn? left for Manila and the usual crowd at the departure of a transport was present to see her off In the afternoon the Rithet was brought In from sea and the J. C. Glade towed out. The steamer Maui with a load of sugar for the Olympic arrived and went alongside of the bark at the Railroad wharf. Just before the Coptic left for the Orient the steamer Noeau left for Kauai Vlth thq schooner Fannie Adelc in tow. When the excitement of the day had subsided the steamer Kinau arrived with her usual large number of passe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 December 1900

) THE. HONOLULU REPUBLICAN; SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 190a t '532 Fort Street I Pacific Import Go Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street Special E are now w Lawn 12 offering for a few days only 65 pieces Keal Lmen vard pieces, 38 inch wide, at " , -."- V $3.50 apiece 75 pieces, ReaT Linen Lawn, 38 inches wide, $4.50 a piece SPECIAL P. 50 pieces White sale at 20 cents per yd SPECIAL WfflTElwiSS SALE 58 inches White Do not miss our Taffeta See Oar Window Mfedr THE UNION ENGINE Sole Agents: THE V "Just bs the Sun Went Down" Was the time when lie" Yanted a Lignt and couldn't find a match.' If he had let us wire his house for Lights he would have been saved annoyance. Our work is first class and our prices are as low as is consistent with best material. Give Us an Opportunity to Figure with You. -- T. Leslie DeCew The Union Electric Co. OFFICE: 611 North King St, Honolulu, T. H. P. O. BOX 65. SOMETHING NEW ! BAKER'S EGG! Put up in 1 lb. cans. For sale by all First-class Groceries. Used for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 December 1900

T- K BLJ "J- -"-, -"" " V"-A -V w V FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY. DECEMBER 30, 190a as HONOLULU hUPUBLltAN. Pabllsbed Every Morning Except Monday by the Robt- Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. JDWIX S. GILL - - EDITOR VELEPHONES. Business Office Main 218 Editorial Rooms ..Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu. H. T.. as sail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier....- I ."5 Ono Year, by Mail 8.00 Six Months, by Mail 4.00 Three Months, by Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., DEC. 80. 1900. WEATEEE YESTEBDA.T. Vu Tnirrsure 45 I ! 3tLatmnm 16- leer. jlxlmumTemprtr T3. Arcr. Bitrora'tr 3j '. 9p m.. talllnr !nchr, op to t . a. Smi Drw tor the VhjU " Xita !iUf Humldltj . WIXD8. 3 Weiher elrar. FOCAKT FOB TODiT ww weather will b eoM it triad G5 down. THE RIGHT WAY. Late dispatches from the coast say-that the first lot of negro laborers from the Southorn States for Hawaii left Nashville, Tennessee, December 20th. Had the same honest e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 December 1900

II I HI.KV T 1 tJStf. - &9OOOOCO0XX)OC0 0 - 4 'WW IS AGAIN II 0- III Ml - XOOOOOOOOOOC00XCOX00X)X)X)OOCOX WOMAN'S fall on a ballrooa I 1 floor forty rears ago caused IH the German emperor to pnt I valuing under the ban, and j all the courts of Europe fol lowed suit- Today a -woman's loveliness, petulant triUulness and skillful diplomacy hare vaased the German cpurt to revoke the forty-year old de- cree. and all other European courts are looking vrith favor on the mystic waltz. The two women in the case are the present Empress Frederick of Ger- many who fell and Princess Charlotte of The first It was who fell before the throne while waltzing; the second it was who has overturned the precedent of years, much to the astonishment of her blue-blooded and more conservative ljjc j For forty years a dance at any of the I roval courts of Europe was nothing! more lively than "dancing attendance" i to royalty. The couples did not dance ? at all. they merely walked and strutted about, more ...

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