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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 December 1900

? 1 IE.'1- I fc t?. i I BSrJ &? k Chenille and gold and pastel tones vith lace of countless varieties, lib erty chiffon and silk crepes of every ing toilets A- Under all the lace sleeves for dancing gowns this winter, no matter how close or open the mesh of the web may be, a single thickness of chiffon or silk muslin of a pastel shade is laid on as a lining. This is done in order roason is esteemed a great beauty Just now. Straight through the season the lace or net veiled gown will dominate even festive occasion under artificial light. Gowns of panne, or rich Lyons velvet, of suede-surfaced t i i i V -- - W. H. RICE LIVERY. with silver spangles, -which ran over the mesh In a aesign -which included large flounces made of olack broad talL fetched the highest price for a dinner dress ever imported into the boo are the most interesting United States. It was the first of its 'anfo and wvh)f m.ta !.. ......f... I goivns intended for this season's gaieties. The empire and directoire s...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 December 1900

"i :i 1 IS m 'i "V-"-1- -- W&DAVD LAWffEHCSMMO. BEG to inform our patrons WE ai.d the general public that we have just installed Kew Machinery and have also succeeded in securing tuor First Glass Worknieu from the Coast. Our work iu the future will give ueiier sausiaouuu uuvu w fore. We wash FLJfflElS and guarantee not to shrink .them No Chinamen Employed. IfFlCE 513. The Honolulu Repabllcan, delivered by carrier, 75 cents a zboqUl v.. -J. .-: to&Jg HONOLULU. fftm0j.P0j9.&J FOR MW YEAR ! I 2 NUTS KAISIAS fuuuiiij5 PUDDIaGETTES, (individual ruddmgs; I LEMON, ORANGE AND CITRON PEEL APPLES OKAAUJSS LtkUUiSb A Fine Assortment of Fancy Crackers, consisting of Dainty Chips, Salin Snowilake, Fig Bars, all varieties of Wafers, Etc. Salter AWaity did it ever strike you that the hub is giving the best value for your money in mens', boys' and children's clothing7 your friends know it, they all buy at the hub, Why not you? remember we also carry an immense stock of furnishing goods,...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 December 1900

SftifTtTsYflS2 s CONDENSED TELEGRAMS S $ - ;TwTO5rffl?x?o, CscuaJbers largely take tie place of ftxit fn Siberia. They are raised :n Sta Dcke of Manchester and his jptrzr Icfl Xcw York, December 22d, CJadirnati. Atm J09 recruits were to have left 9"orL Kocnm, Ixrag Island Sound, on JBcscnber Z2d, for Manila. A German syndicate has acquired a rasi. tract of tide water and coal land aexr Pnerto CabcIIo. Venezuela. Ibc fire In the construction depart- nest building at the Norfolk navy yard i destroyed 7,000 ship drawings. Kewj has been received from. ticit an epidemic of typhoid fever snd pneumonia is prevalent at the JKkmdJfce capital. X3ric ship builders recently placed ciders for 150,000 tons of plates in the United States at a saving of 50,000 pooadit Eteriing. It is announced that a contract for ThfiOO tons of steel mils and fish plates Jar ths Victorian railways of England 2isf been placed with toe Illinois Steel Company of Chicago. Tie volunteer regiments In the Trfil proceed to...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 December 1900

r tOQOOOOQOOOOCOOOOOCOOOOOVX yooooooocoooojyoo&xx&xo& a I itanan's Mens' Slippeis, SGXETinSGjXEfr. SOLE AGENTS, . r ? it L.J?.J T,,- tJ ln elegant line of these : celebrated slippers, in new snappy designs, most Durable, Comfortable and flrttractlve A most sensible New SYear's Gift, something ; useful and practicable. MGlnerny's Shoe Store - -- - 1 New I tew Ms i i Japanese Dollies Grass Cloth TeadotW apd Scarfs . v ,-Z QAM SOOIsT AS BOCK 13 7ERT ,K &.&r&A6, M -?, HaveBeen Reduced -to BeiowVCosttk . Teaclotlhs HifrlK,. ;-' -Nf .. TJiat were selling yesterday tforfc" '" 510 are being offered to-day at tc2s .,A1 2l w and of the latest styles and iWaIIiaci that were left over from our Christmas sale. We will offer them at REDUCED nniiiiic MS 1 1 KILLEM .idiiiatoii Block. 1 IMXjLO Only a few left. Come early Hotel Street. A Rare Chance What is left of our entire stock of ! rar THE HONOLULU REPUBLICANS. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1900. s . New York Dental Parlors, Soon ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 December 1900

' I. i t I ? V 'i Undercueai BRAND NEW -S-U tg38 Children's SOUTH AMERICA AS' THE GOAL. London Prediction On an Outlet for Riches of the United States. In the Opinion of Herman Schmidt, financial editor of the London Sunday Special, one of the keenest authorities on International finance in England, the boundless commercial energy of the United States will find ite ultimate goal in Central and South JLmarica. Commenting on America's unprecedented balance of trade for the current year and discussing the manner in which it is likely to be in England. Mr. Schmidt says In his paper: "Amorica will require something more useful and more profitable than more gold for the enormous credit duo her In Europe. During recent years we have shipped an immense quantity of bonds and shares back to tho United States. Since last August careful estimates place the number at 6.000.000. with a probable value or 5300.000,000. which is a formidable item. But this movement must come to an end. The supply of...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 January 1901

i i : I A v i 1 J i i i i J ; ' it 1 t Br ' t ,. - 1 1 l w i m c I Z? A 1 IN KlBBkl tLii. - L Ill , ... -. W. ''"TWSEEH 5e"r --' X --. ?v THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. W - V II, NO. 174 HONOLULU, H. T., TUSEDAT, JANUARY 1, 1901 XPRIGE WYE CENTS - - t f .. j ROMANCE . If 1 CENTURY PAST i toe Hundred Years of W Hawaii's Signal f3 i2... .....-- ..... ..... "f BEGINS ANUIHtH LURHtHA Itorical moment of the do 9 I INGS OF THE GREAT WAR- i RIOR KING. iV From a Barbarous to jftalthy and Orderly of Missionaries gsi Sugar Plantation. beginning oi a tV r was the closing L'ntsIde -of the won- It time has wrought Sites in its national ta country under the irjid suii a remarkable meta- Li n afhundred years as me vaiTan Islaws. From a group of ,tws tV; lnha)itanu have emerged to fj edtVatod and Intelligent 'n i A more written languages, and fullVversed and informed upn JIUPOI incviiuicnuuu. ' """ .irt thar will comnare . r.. r --. RJ with any other race or country, t of all, the Hawaiians have a perman...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 January 1901

MtFV Hi o ', H W SP ISSA"' I -- 13' " FTTA' "V Are--3 - - ?& , TWO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. TUESDAY. JANUARY i, . ...aifa, .)-- - 0z: TIDES, STOT AND MOOJT. .. 2 Oceanic Steamship Go. 4.T r L - t T- DAX V 53 j ' ;n '4 : as 33 TIME TABLE. s.jruL;B.pLcj.f I The steamers of this line will nrn.u leave this porcas hereonaer: Moe-Jl FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR: SAN FRANCISCO. & CITY FUKNTTUBE ST . 1 r 'lew A -- T I - l am. Zeafandia ..........:.... Jan. 2 .mazdia S...A Jan. Wd Alameda .... ... .. . Jaa. S Mariposa Jan. R. I. WILLIAMS - - - Muager TJsur Zealand ir. Jaa 2-1 Zealandia .......... ... Jan. iS Fri ' i Sonoma .Jan ?J Si&rrr Jan. iS Mariposa Feb. 3 Man da Feb. 13 LOVE-BUILDING. -NOS. -534536. Tel. S46s FOF Sat. S 4.0&2.H 4 is' 3 25 11 IS 33.5 31. SJI If t ' Sierra : ..V. ."...".. 7 Feb. 13 Alameda ....,- Feb. ii son.., 6 1 1J S.(&10T!,Ufc.33l.M 7.33 ilar. 6 Zealandia ilar. 2 ZpaLidia j & & ( iloa . Sis IS S.U Wi XijSJU e.3 Ventura ..1 liar. 12 pHE Rosamond...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 January 1901

1 r 4 X F I 4 ..!- Pacific Import Co. Special E are now w Lawn 12 75 pieces, Real SPECIAL P. Sale Irish Linen Lawn. offering for a few days only 65 pieces Real Lmen yard pieces, 38 inch wide, at $3.50 a piece Linen Lawn, 38 inches wide, $4.50 a piece ' K. SALE 50 pieces White P. K., excellent quality, worth 25 cents, ;on -sale at v ':,".- 20 cents per yd SPECIAL 'WHITE SWISS SALE & 5S inclies White Swiss Special at 30 cents Do, not miss our Taffeta We are now offering a good quality of heavy Taffeta in all shades at 75 cents per yd Gasoline Engines AND HOISTS For all Kinds of Work (LAND AND MARINE) j ' Running Pumps, Dynamos and Machinery VOX" HAM fOUXG CO. LTD. Sun Went Down jj he wanted a Light K match. his house for have been saved is first class and our is consistent with to Figure with You. J. H. Thompson Electric Co. Honolulu, T. H. P. O. BOX 65. TRY IT! EGG! m sale by all First-class Groceries. Cakes, Custards, Etc. CEEAMS CO.'S CANNED GOODS PLASTER MORTAR STAINS Supplies...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 January 1901

r "v.,.'"J i ' j .f .1 - - ;"iT s."V cr -- " t. " ' ,-.- 2 - -" FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY x, irpr. , 1PK HONOLULU KEPDBLICAft. Published Ercrr Morning Except Monday by the Root. Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. ZDWIN S. GILL EDITOR YELEPHONES. Business Office Main 213 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Poet Oflcc at Honolulu, H. T as malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier..... J .75 One Year, by Mall S.OO Six Months, by Mall 4.00 Three Months, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU; H. T, JAX. 1, 1901. "WEATHER YESTERDAY. Ston Tenimrator T J dcns, Mlalraum Tnpriar . iere. MtxlMam TrapTtur 7 Atsrr. BnnraiT 5 Kt!p m. . tHIo; :sefee. Of to t . m. VrAQ Dow Puint tor the Day -V, 7 IWn HelMtTO HtJmliltr l. WI5DS. Vnfct 1 to 8..Tffthr ckmiiy and KoRaatrr rot tooat. WAlhr v&rinM m4 dondx: pcrbsps rain lmferr alsbt. WHAT OF THE NEW CENTURY? One hundred years ago the western boundary of tbc United States was fixed at the Missi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 January 1901

I 1 ft 1 !r i X 2 .& Iitifl8$ m J0Am on iCjW0Mk St WfXTnAVD LA Wf?EfitCEMWl 9.j.jr9jjn' Vv n 1901 HONOLULU. J. S. SPITZES. 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 MONEY REFUNDED. - v 5s jcTFsW '- " 5?""' 5?" l . --'-. V K:s,i V V& THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY i, t?or. FIVE: m&&& 2 nrPPEHFlT ARTICLE TO CHOOSE FROM J17A.V LOOKING FnR .())! KTIIISU X GOOD TO BAT. r "V have just received some fine lines of - TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, GAME 2 Also a fall line of ? X X MEATS, FISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. Salter AWaity l Tel. 6S0. Orpheum Blck. Grocers. iJffrM" Hotel St., bet. Fort and Bethel CHEAP CHEAP AT TILE CALIFORNIA FEED CO. Great...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 January 1901

hi K J4J?Bi,i P i 1 - &T5 A" tp " " - SIX THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY i. igbi. filEI WORKS EXTENSIONS i NOT TO BE PE8HITTE1 it the meeting of the execuUire council yesterday J. A. McCandlses rcid a communication from the Union Teed Company cad the Bis hop Estate, sskfng about the immediate construe tfon of water extensions for their buildings in They offered to buy the pipe and advance the money necessary to lay the same and snake the desired extensions and connections, and rely on the legislature to- reimburse them- The council decided not to permit the work to be ione. ICray Taylor bronght up the matter uf' the Importation of infected fruits from California and requested advice as to whether he bad better exercise the powers granted him by law to prohibit such importations. It was the opinion of the council that Mr. Taylor ihonld Issue notices to the steamship companies calling their attention to the law. ,Mr. Cooper reported that eggs were Lcing imported from Ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 January 1901

1 1 -1 3 A Al) m& - Vu- ""&- i -;U .- -v - , - V i . TUESDAY -JANUARY .. .-- .e i, 1901. .,-- -W-W at ftfttfrJrfpyf3Wefr -y - iW &-; SEVEM. gxeooooeooocoocGcoGxcoe(xoec Marian's Mens' Slippers. ilrliiifllon Block. SOMETHING NEW. V jf fey J something useful and practicable. sOSHRik New JmmF and w r inusfi'j . - ,wt vr t Japanese" Doilies An elegantlirie 01 these celebrated slippers, in new snappy' designs, most f fDurable, Gomfortable and flrttractiVe A most sensible New ; Year's Gift, MGlnerny's Shoe Store g " SOLE AGENTS, J I iiiliS and of the latest styles II wm& thnt were left over from our Christmas sale, them at We will ofTer REDUCED PRICES ! few left Come earlv HISS 1 1 mm Hotel Street. A Rare. Chance What is left of our entire stock of it t Grass Cloth Teacloths. and Scarfs - - Have Been Reduced to .Below CosT 8 f , , 2 New York Dental Parlors, Boom 4, Elite Bailding, Hotel St. THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS. No Store Dread of. the Dental Chair Teeth extracted and fil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 January 1901

x. EIGHT LIVERYMEN'S TRUST DIES WITHOUT A STRUGGLE Saw Finish of Other Combinations and that was Enough Another Bloodless victory for Col. Balrd. Another local trust which has liko.a green bay tree for some time past, Is now seriously considering the proposition of. shuffling off this mortal coll: and joining the silent majority of doad combines which have been recontly relegated through the efforts of United States District Attorney J. C Baird. It is now the liverymen's combination "that .contemplates quitting the field after doing a successful business at the old stand. Colonel Balrd has had sevoral conferences with the livery IsTabro owners,, and they seeing the finish of their fellow trusts have como to the conclusion that it Is of no use to hold out against the inevitable any longer, and the question to do cr dip Is now up to the president of the 11 vorymon's. association, W. S Withers, of the Honolulu Stock Yards Com pany, upon whoso return, the matter will be definitely deter...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 January 1901

cirr msr: , iS15 . -V -i." - -1" v - - - i-5. ? V T I- , . . .. . . AN ., -"-i--Jr-i"H 'ri'iT1,nlhfftr in T .,fv. - ..jc 5.- -i - 7 i .!. . i i i i i i i in i i i ii ii in i i in i in i i i ii WW ii hi it -''' -- J -JI - ? v ;,W i 1 'T,.XV4gi?? .. tfc &&&. W-A " ' 'W SfrXTOL , f r r v j !''& ! 3k . ? 5 F3 t THE HONOLULB REPf IBLICAN. VOLUME Ii NO. 175 HONOLULU, H. T., "WEDNESDAY, TAXUATiY 2, 1901 PRICE iTVE CENTS f V ? i Ii 8IED II US DESK FROIJUQLIC ACID W. Hoiace Wright's Body Found Yesterday Morning HE HAD THEN HIS OWN LIFE FEATURES ItDT MARRED BY INWARD SUFERlflGS AFTER DRINKNG THE ACID. Funeral Arranements in the Hands of Friends-First Burial in New Pearl Ciy Cemetery Train Leaves Th Afternoon. William Horae "Wright, associate editor of the Independent, committed HVfcide in his oice New Year's eve, hy swallowing io ounces of carbolic He bought the drug Monday afternoon. He first bliod at the Hobron Drag store and 'sked for ten cents worta of carbolic acid with w...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 January 1901

fir -gee "ZfT 1 TWO THE HOXQLULU REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY -. loot TIDES, 5TJX AXD MOOS. V OceanioiSteamship Go. s i 3 1 - n'ii iJ H Ylil ft -1- L DAT j "J 5j sj 3T 5 f I TIME; TABLE. J3.ni.,Jt. a j " The steaffierS ot & ebwfrl am. leave this port as hereaacer: Hoo33i t I.I . U,XB iiu. a lil TSSjnp! i 5. 2fr FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. J CITY FTJRNJTTJEE SOEE Tsw. I 2 2.0 fcflSl' EJMj J.S.2S 5 y 3 . S 13CI. " . t f 1901. ( i t - . Zealandia' .Jan. i A.fiandia. ..".......: Jan. 3 -ft W;J.- $t.l I.S3 2 9.21 Si!33. 4.r Alameda &... vJan. S iiaiiposa .. :..l.....,sJai5 7 VILLUXS . lanipr. I. H. nH 5-J 3-5' S it i ! m ZeUandia ?L..:....f Jan : .?a:audia .. r Jan. 5:6 Frt ;i 3.j 2.J SJW 6.33.5.31 &U aoa ; Jan l Sierrr Jan. 3 Sat.. S- 4.0J 2.1 4 Hi 33t5.3?i 6.3T Slaripcsa .7.... Feb. 3 Alari ia .. .-. Feb. 13 LOVE BU1LDLXG, NOS. 531-536. Tel. S4G. STl Sierra Feb. t3 Alameda ... Feb. IS Ann., C IS 1.9J 3.&I0.22 11.55 03-5-3 TJJ , , 1 t ipH I ' Zealandia jfar....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 January 1901

V f T. i X -"i 'vggpsi 7-&3&&& SSI'S. ?V" .4 A -" ,-,-" j y r ' rs rt " H - ft , iS THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1901. THREE Pacific Import Co. Special E are now offering W Lawn 12 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, i I SPECIAL P. ou pieces White sale at 20 SPECIAL WHITE SWISS SALE S inches White Swiss Special at 30 cents Do not miss our Taffeta Vq are now shades at 75 See Our Window THE UNION ENGINE Sole Agents: THE . Just as the Sun Went Down" Was the- une when he "wanted a Light and coulart find a match. If he ha j. let us wire his house for Electric Lights he would have been .saved annoyance. Our work is;first class anal our prices art- as low as is consisteniPwith best material. ' Give Us an Opportunity to Figure with You. Leslie DeCew The Union Electric Co. OFFICE: 611 Xorib King St, Houolulu, T. H. P. O. BOX 65. SOMETHING NEW ! BAKER'S EG6! Put up iu...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 January 1901

better It the same space and expense had been devoted to sMag description and scenes of the Island? and citr instead of telling- about the Advertiser o2ce ana giving the pictures of it? employes. GREATEST OF THESE IS CHARITY. Chicago has a philanthropist who is proving an enigma to the newspaper reporters. He is one of tbose men w he believe in a strict interpretation of the command not to allow the Jft hand to know what the right hand The man is known to the Chief of Police and one or two inspectors, but the men on the force are as much in the dark as to his identity as the reporters. A short time ago he visited the office of the chief and there left a written request for the reporters to quit trying to find out his name, saying that if it was published it would destroy his usefulness and prevent his doing the work he had set out to do. This unknown philanthropist believes that the relief societies and charitable institutions are hedged about with too much red tape and he has set a...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 January 1901

r ' k if.. ? i w .'- f wt -i ) 'Bioi ZiVZ LAW?NC. 0 L. S. Mathews & Son SO (late 2G Beretama St. Between 2uuauu uiid Fort Streets l HONOLULU STUM LAUNDRY CO. BEG to inform our patrons WE and the general pablio that we have just installed New Machinery and have also succeeded in beenriug wore "First Glass Workmen from the Coast- Our work in the future will give better satisfaction thau before. We wash fUMEl and guarantee not to shrink them No Chinamen Employed. -4- IFFIIE SSI. The Honolulu Republican, iHYr4 T carrier, 76 ceU a aorta. H r$7'S2 - J . Tt z WfiI Y , t THE HONOLULU HEPUBDCAN, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2. ipci. JS!jiU. HONOLULU. -. PJMP.00909. ! 7907 MFEIIBXT ARTICLES TO rilQOSK FROM WJfEX LOOKING FOR SOUETHISG GOOD TO BAT. t "We have just received some fine lines of . T43LE FRTJirS, VEGETABLES, GAME Also a full line of MEATS, FISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. Salter AWaity Te. 680. OppheumB.;.Gk. Grocers. W4'4'fMM4SMM 'i) J. S. SPITZES. CLOTHING HOUSE n -- DID IT EVER STRIKE Y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 January 1901

---- ' .If -. '.3m..rr - J-S N tM t SIX THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2. igor. TliCKSTER IS SHOT i i Hi Hi b i i iff i i) an w iff it iff fc 4 W Heary C, Vidj 335 iVuujnu St. fc K.-i UT BT IK AKGRY PAHEH I XESUCT OF MEN OF FAMILY GOING OUT FOR NIGHT CAROUSALS. Jester Invites a Father to a Rescrt to Meet His Own Daughter, Whsts Identity Is Concealed Ends in a Tragedy. OMAHA, Neb., Dec. IS. Bidden to a scene of carousal, which was to fee graced by the presence of two young society women, a man from across the xfver shot the Jester who had invited lis to the tryst. The women, he met ttctc his own daughters. It Is a situation which suggests "The Fool's except that it is the jester who "rill probably die. lr. J. J. Solomon has the wounded sum fn his house and will not reveal Ills identity. The lather has fled from its home. Two men axe missing, one an commission merchant, who, Jt is xaid, arranged the meeting, the other a. railroad official who lives in Council IQnffs, Iowa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 January 1901

t X si i .? & , I P5!? S i . j' 4 TV . J- n s- U " ,-; , rw - t ) -:. Ti v -Vf - JCHEJiQXQIJaJtEPriBU 1-Vf -- r 4tt? - H" iiP vSEVBK rrana s Mens5 Slippers. SOXETinSG XEW. SOOJSF An elegant line of these celebrated slippers, in new snappy designs, most Durabl. Comfortable andflrttraGtive i A mostnsible New vVoar'h Gil something ;?erjl ana'racticable. Mcterny's Shoe Store SOLE AGENTS, M IE. KILUAN .Iriiiifftoii Blok. Japanese OoMies Hotel Street. A Rare Chance What is loft of our entire stock of Grass Cloth Tead:othis IP" amid "Scarfs yaye,Ben. Reduced. toiBelow Cost, a , K- f 5 ' That vere selling yesterday for 510 are being-offered to-day at ?p3 so v. -- ;: if ;. t' OCO" ' stqqb: is TTEinr MaarEss .,. XS$S$S$Sittttt$$$SSCS$5&SSS$&S$SSS5SSS$$$S$ 6&.&T&A1 etmmmmmm AjScs. l iiVii.j'&' - .t.. -" . -. AJ.'tt.mL - t - - JtSaiflfik a. s I! o X New and of the latest styles 11 ill that were Christmas them at wm& left over from our sale. We will ofi'er fe redu...

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