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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 July 1900

ft i iy)!lji't'li2f,i'i LsA'i a ititiut w -v woy 3jb? u sw&& ?. F I CLiLLU ) 'S'Z'V -; . "'M ' rl iqmi.'iHi j f jf) t jr. . iMZI J-Ji 1J p " At JL QUA YTITHAUO HI HTOS " ,833AJ 11 m 3ROM 1 Are for Sale at , L. 50 CENTS ON THE Who bought them at One-half their cost and now Public at One-half their value. CORNER FORT AND HOTEL CODNCIL MEETING FRIDAY. ORBHEU2I LICENSE STAY YET BE GRANTED. ilattorB in the financial, Educational and Agricultural Departments are Acted TXpoa. The council meeting met yesterday morning. There were present Governor Dole, Secretary II. E. Cooper, Attorney General E. P. Dole. Treasurer T. F. Lansing, Superintendent of Public Works J. A. McCandless, Superintendent of Public Instruction A. IV Atkinson, Commissioner of Lands J. F. Brown, Commissioner of Agricultore Wray Taylor and Secretary Ilawes. -In addition there were present Messrs. L.l A. Thurston, J. O. Carter. W. O. Smith, D. G. Baliantyuo and Mr. Amweg of the Eapld Transit Company. Mr. Thurston sp...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 July 1900

0 "2 w f; -1 srr 'ami tlnr.itf hum TOE HONOLULU REPUBIJ ICAN. PMCE FIVE CENTS TOLUifK 3, NO. 22 HONOLULU, H. T-, bUXDAT, JULY S, 1300 HE PHI DEPOT DESTROYED BY FIRE. Tons of Sugar and General Freight Destroyed. HOW MAUI OBSERVED THE FOURTH. BALL GIVEN" AT THE WAI- LTJKU COURT HOUSE. Bates Run at the Xahului Track Were We!! up to the Amateur Sprinting. idtaft CofrNM0eac ot The WA1LUKU. Mnrt, July C Between S75.MI and ItMM worth of property vent up la smoke ta lea than halt an hoar last Moaaay. when the Pala depot of tb Kabttlttl Railroad Company, together wltli tto eatlre contents, was destroyed yr Arc. Taa ftfe originated In a pile or about 75 toe of saUpator, which was located 100 fact to wtadward of the depot Hanga of him ware buay removing the saltpeter at the ttrae. and It Is supposed that althar a lighted match or ashes from owe of their pipes Ignited the pile. All that l certain is that the men had to Jump for their liv.is, as in ,.i. Incredibly short space of time the vhole p...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 July 1900

f THE HOSOLULU REPUBLICAN PaWtehed Every Morning Except Moa- j tfar by the Root Grieve i Company. Limited. i BDAiJtNS.GILL, - EDITOR. TELEPHONES BsSaces QSeo RiorM BMW tjj I Xatereti at a eoai. usiee at H. L. as nwfL 81 B9C1KPTIOK RATES: Pr Itattb. by Carrier 5 75 0a Yr. by Uau S Mt MentkK, by Mail 490 Three Moatiu. by M0 or Carrier. S 55 BOKCHULU. BLT, JULY a 1CSJ. SHOULD HE BE5IGN? Tte eoadhJom poiated out Sa The .Ttaaabticaa yeerday, waewla Laaaing, a member of a lMeor am wbiea ovaa tre of the foarteen amlooaa of the city of HoaotulJ, is bova to be the arbiter and Jndgp of aO aahxm Ucenan tamed ia aafl ha It la hi power to prevent all eompetttfcRi. devdoas a itaU of affairs that would aot be tolerated (or a day ia aay other State or Territory of th Oaten, aor even la aay city of the In the etty of San Franeieco the Arm of Joaa D. Sebe & Co. controls fally foer hoadred of the foar thoamnd of that city and the Breweries OoatfMuqr, Limited (Wloland's), ever one thoaaand of the s...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 July 1900

FOURTH IT Hi ns i success. Weather Fine and the Town Pull of People. HeOLULU OPERA HOUSE SGGCB3SFUL DA2CE HELD In the half-mile dash the eatrles were Antidote, owned by Gsorge aad Beauty and Iago, both from Horaer's raach. Iago won la 0:53, where a large amount of the coin of the realm changed its place of residence. Antidote received second place on the bulletin. . In the one-mile, free for all, the entries were Watossa, Portuguese Racing Club; Zlafaadel, Horaer's Raach; Naples aad Everett, J. R. Wilsoa; True, George Rodlek. Again raach played merry Ned wit the sports, as Zlnfaadel came ia in 1:05U, Uncle True holdlag down the second choice. For the trotUag raee. 2:24 class, purse J-00, the entries were; Outcast, C. E, Eagaa; Silas. S. W. Cunaiagham. nn& Daisy Bell Jr, J. K. Wilson, nrri,oTTs hnree won first and second Tho one-mile aiule race for a of $50 went to John Baker's Black Baby. A. B. L.'s hitherto invincible Makee fell hopelessly behind. In the one-mile scrub rce for ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 July 1900

i am i 74W4WiytSE5 ALOXG THE WATER FROXT. The Crew of the Wrecked McNear Arrive in the Ceylon. A BIG DAYS BUSINESS. TEE AM) CLAXTDETE BACK FBOM HILO WITH NEWS OF HAWAII. Slaay Vessel Arrive frcnx the Other Islands The Eosamcmd and Ceylon from the Coast. Yesterday wfta6d Ui passing in and oat of the harbor of many boats. TIM tart, to come wu the Warrimoo Iron Victoria. She entered the harbor about 1 a. a. ana w put alongside the qttaranUoe dock, as her place at Mail wharf vms taken by the Doric Later la the day she was put into the aary slip, where she discharged her freight. Following the "Warrimoo came the little stoamer MokoIII with the schooner Alice Kimball in tow. The schooner was picked up off the harbor, where she was becalmed. The Claudlne arrived rery early with her excursion passengers and the Maul mall, and thon the Iwalani, Nlihau, Keauhou and Mikahala came in soon after one another. The bark Ceylon from Laysan Island with tertillzer next made her appearance, and was moo...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 July 1900

(I Upholstery The UNION GRILL An Experienced Caterer will Attend to Outside Orders. Suppers for Theatre Parties WORT ORDERS Fresh Oysters, Game in Season, etc,,' A"T ALL HOURS Grill Hoora for Itadies and Private Parties Up Stairs KINQ JTREET, NE!R FORT GEORGE. LYCURGUS, Proprietor f?.a . WHITE ROSE FLOUR JNWgX 3nimBltllMPXnKSHlri 5! ON ICE H A fresh line of - I a a Lemons, "Z Yarmouth Ploaters, I Season, Etc., Etc. & WAITTS Orpheum Block. i'iai9sjuiaitja5jairaiissPapa?BMasaR3SaP?5J53i Furniture Co.l HOTEL STREETS DEALERS IX 3- IT Tables Side Boards China Closets Tables Eastern Factories That tchen ordering 1 CHAMPAGNE a Superior Article of the for notwithstanding considerably higher figure it is generally retailed at CO., Sole Agents. I & Co., Ltd. FACTORS OF MERCHANDISE. MERCHANTS, FOR s Steamship Line, Marino Insurance Co. and Life). Railway Co. of Packets from Liverpool. s W. E. BIVENS, REAL ESTATE, . STOCKS & BONDS OFFICE CORXER KETG A2TD BETHEL STREETS FOR SALE. L B...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 July 1900

" SBsrMfti6aaaa5M USE XOSOLTSW REPCBLICAK, SUKBAX JtFLY 5, 1SCKL 4 1 H B H H H b "B B B B B B k.' B H L. iJfc3BI H m HIB KB iHBH H W IH HtT' B B H H " HMH MUM flMflKTStJiP sfe hMMH MHMMHr MMB MMH hMMH HMMM ' vA .v- HONOLULU'S IDEAL SPOT FOR HOME K U IH - Gradual ascent from the city to a height of eight-hundred and sixty-seven feet above the - sea -level "' BOULEVARD" called V . ,N , v -s,J . . A '& .':. --...?? .vr.' . ,. t $,- .tf 'f'7 &C . U '. ',-," . n! PUkE WATER (I V V X3L JL JJ JlV -v - i M flflfll Hh HHf flfis M HHI IHILMflM Hh AIT M; M jH b ImHpC? AND MARVELOUS VIEW OF HONOLULU AND THE MIGHTY PACIFIC. f"'fk'.' J?" 3,' FREE : FROM : ALL : IMPURITIES. ' J 'Vl r ;. f :;i ' l-H .ur. KAIULANI DRIVE " w ;' ,. THE ELECTRIC RAILWAY 'Hi'- --" The following are a few of the many advantages together with what we have already mentioned' A magnificint Winds around the property and touches every block, leading off Kaiulani Drive are avenues and lanes. is in abundance on Pacific ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 July 1900

;, 'f&fiRriGTO J rf$ BlOCf POR INSPECTION IN A F"EW DAY A handsome line of M Uiiderwear9 p Silk Petticoats, I Silk Shirt Waists,! Washafole Skirts, m j TAILOR MADE SUITS m Skirts and CapesQ m pi will pay you to wait and see-H these beautiful Goods. m Wfa Hililili!(i!!ilii!lliililiini!!i!ji1fliii!niiniim!l!l!ini!inn fixCii iniinniiPfiniiFiiiiiti TOURISTS As well as our home people can get the very latest Paris and New York Styles in Hairdressing At my Parlors. Our other specialties are Manicuring, Shampooing, Scalp Treatment, : and Massaging. ttI55. n. E. KILLEdN and Manicuring' Parlors under tho supervision of illss Agnes Smith. ArtuSUMt Block HOTEL STREET Wo have just opened, THIS- Waist; ilii and most "Select" creations in Black and Oo'Arcd Silk Waists ever Displayed on the Hawaiian 1st nc?s. Ail j rer Laces. Wo feel that if you see this Exhibit and resist buying you arc beyond tempta tion as they are simply works of art. Wash Goods. Our Stock in this Department is now complet...

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

r Mt'v r" " $ fflE H050LTJLU BEHTBIxtClK, SiTtJftDAT, JSLl t, ItOOl FAIRCHILD'S END ' Ss-ta A. E. MURPHY & GO'S SHOE Are for ;Sale at i; 'n Corner .-. COMBINED In the Shoe of Fort and Hotel Streets By their New Owners L. B. KERR & COMPANY, Who bought them at One-half their cost and now Public at One-half their value. CORNER FORT AND HOTEL CHURCH SERVICES TO-DAY. Tho Second Congregation ol St. Andrew's Cathedral will hold services as follows: 9 a. m., Sunday-school; 9:45 a. ra.. morning service; 6:30 p. m . uvensong. Services at St Clcmont's Chapel fCi.lnnn.ll Wllilnr nvntiun . nJ,..in nf tho liniv mmmiinlon. first Sunday of the month, 11:05 a. m.; . -..- C!....l 7.1!: n tv Cllnt fc a? mT matins and sermoa. , 11: OS a. in.; evensong and sermon, 7:05 p. m.; dally prapyer at 0:45 a. in. Uouau Catholic Cathedral: Low lUflBWS, UUt, WWIUUJHUU, v v.-. j maaa. wlthEnglUh sermon : . nigu mUUJu,?r,r. , , rosary, wiui native instruction. -; soi - , mn vacnr? and bnodiction 7 ( STuntan ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 July 1900

-I--" TH y THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. TOLTBrE I, NO. 23 HONOLULU, H. X, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTd - IMPRESSIONS Of LOCAUflKDITIOHS. Wliat A. A. Brown Has Observed Since Arrival. MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT NEEDED. THE INTRODUCTION" OF FED- ERAL COURTS A GREAT ADVANCE. The Stale and Territorial Law on Citizenship and with Honolulu. Attorney A. A Brown, who is here WftJtiBf the next through steamer to tfM OetoMtat, where he goes on wh seen at the Arlington Hotel laat erseing and gave The Republican an iaterview on his impressions of Iloaetaht and local conditions, as gteaatrtl sace his arrival by the as follows: "It would be quite impossible for me to Incorporate within the limits of a single interview my impressions of but there are a few salient features that must command the attention of an observer. The most Important, perhaps, is the subject of and the benefits derived from annexation. "It Is very apparent to me that the Republic of Hawaii could not long have Maintained lta ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 July 1900

- THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Published Every Horning Except Mm - day br the Robt. Grieve Publish- jnc Company. Limited. s EDWIN S. GILL. - - - EDITOR, TELEPHONES: Editorial Rooms 123 T?t1at! At th Post Ci!Rcs at Hono- lala, H. L, as second-class mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Meath, hy Carrier $ 75 One Year, by Mail SCO Stx Moatfcs. by Mall 09 -Three Months, by Mall or Carrier. 2 25 HONOLULU. H. T, JULY 10, 100U. THE CHINESE HORROR. The potiUc&l situation in China ? erIUeai to an alarming degree, bat it wmrid be a more serious if Cktna bad a great leader at this erfefe. With 4fl0.00e.6M population to draw opos a military genius like could readily precipitate a world's war, the end of which could not tm be conjectured. Lord expressed fear that the Chinese way' yet overran the world Is not wholly groaadleM aor Is it to be lightly rwehrad by the n&tkrae. This pinion wm given by tint great English deoeral ("Chinese") Gordon, than thirty years ago, when it received with incredulity,...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 July 1900

HUMS TRIP 1 GOME Seven -Hundred Passengers to the Gold fields. Gliifn JBHPiHG IS mm WKL THAIS STB.BBT OE 3T0H3 XOKB j OXOWDED EHAK SAX V PRATT CISCO. f 1 """ j Graphic Aeconnt df tke Special . Txtp of the Popular tj... 'so WoH Known in , Honehttn. . . T(l. Kj mu serenlT fhMMciMl , "Hare ia goM dmt aad SSQ.OO la ''rafta an! mrrenfjr wen brought froa j Nome !. thf tenrZehw4ia, which ' ned n?I from tn northern gold j.mp. il th treaaare is consigned t the Ala-ka Bxplormtion Cosnoanr. wLich snt th- Zealaadia to Nome, the sailing 'from thia potet on May ! witfc 7'" peeetngeni for Alaska. Six retnrned on the steamor ' n ?, e. 1y were H. L. Boyne, u.ies Tnnwtood. D. Lienen, R. t. , Stooneser aad J. Kernsan. f rhom went north this season, re .,.. . . . . .', . were unanimoos in tbe opintoa i ' Nome was a good place to avoii ; . til Itaw and order was more flraly cobrdbj to tbe -- bhotgnn titles are tbe only ones i' kt whicb claims are at present held, I mining was expected to be at a i.ndsri...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 July 1900

ALONG THE WATER FKOM". The Steamer Australia J for the Coast this Afternoon. PBQM1SES TO BE A BUSY DAY. THE KU.ATJ A2TD CL.UDEE LEAVE OK THEIR LAH BUNS. 1 The .Ceptie Cosies a ad Goes The Xittle Sthoeaer Serena Thayer and Barkentine Perkins Arrive. Tester vttl be homy getting the Ki-M, Amtnriia. ClutfiBe and the Inter-Mud gteunere off on their runs. Tfere tee not ben a xaoment wasted ta dtadMrsiiig tb Australia, and she worked all sight lotdtag to be read? to leave ob time. Her deckload ot boary mchiBerr was cumbersome to teadle, . considering the bulk of It. the work was quickly done. Several cargo vessels arrived Sunday from iroaat ports. The KJikitat arrived off the harbor just at dark and a aachored until yesterday morning, whan see was brought inside. The lit tle schooner Serena Thayer, from Eureka with lumber, arrived yesterday, after a quick passage of seventeen days. She is a trim little vessel of about 2HJ tons and carried a full cargo. She was loaded to the deck-line and p...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 July 1900

IS 5 Recognized . i jjsr & SALTER & WAITY'S 2 H Up-to-Date Grocers, Orpheum Block. Telephone 680. Rggy5fc3gyie 5Suias OTE HONOLULU EEPUBLICAX, TUESDAY JULY 10. 19o0. l&T: " "T ' mm ftp wpi' HV.IIM ftffl.ff ' 2? EX NSTR1LI1 ON W Oranges, Oysters, A fresh line of Lemons, Yarmouth Bloaters, Fruits in Season, Etc., Etc. FAMOUS J FRENCH As the Best. BRANDIES. I W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd., Phone 4. Sole Agents. Tlieo. H, Davies & Co., Ltd. SUGAR FACTORS , "'' IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE.! COMMISSION MERCHANTS. AGENTS FOR OPEfl Dfitf MH) flGYT r Lloy.dC , ' Steamship Line, : British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpool: The UNION GRILL An Experienced Caterer will Attend to Outside Orders. Suppers for Theatre Parties SnOKT ORDERS Esh Oysters, Game in Season, etc, AT ALL HOURS Grill loom for Ladies and Private Parties Up Stairs KIMQ JTREET, NEAR TORT GEORGE LYCURG...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 July 1900

PU 1- $ . r. .?. 3 t THE HONOLULU EEPUBLIGAX, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1900. " KAI U Li AJN I WATER JL J& -L J HONOLULU'S IDEAL SPOT FOR HOME BUILDERS. Gradual ascent from the city to a height of eight-hundred and sixty-seven feet above the sea level. Hi m Bt h r IIf Ib k tSK IhM r Po AND MARVELOUS VIEW OF HONOLULU AND THE MIGHTY PACIFIC. X D Ml ?? -,- X, S i. , 4 - -- 7 ' . Vor -K, 3S, The following are a f ew of the many advantages together with what we have already mentioned. A magnificent BOULEVARD" called Winds around the property and touches every block, leading off Kaiulani Drive 'are avenues and lanes. is in abundance on Pacific Heights! Our water supply gushes from a JLJk Mountain Spring eight hundred feet above the level of the city. This wator has been pronounced the best for Drinking and Domestic Purposes suplied to any section of Honolulu, being absolutely -' (A -V. 3. FREE : FROM : ALL : IMPURITIES THE ELECTRIC RAIL 74 ' A Y "w ., - JifeA&Ttfi& -v- - f fi r - . , ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 July 1900

MMBMM WoW..V'P'W? ' X IK U5 , 7 -oft ,- THEtHOXOLULTJ REPUBLICAN TUESDAY, JULT 10, 1900. " .- i -""7 f&GRlN7(!.. -",?) r,rrj.. &?& (Lmm KmJtotfj&L , i. pitifiitiiiiiiiiiuiiiinitniinifniiiiir - tf W SlrfW." 2 FOR INSPECTION IN A FEW DAY A hanr?cnme Una Uederwear, Silk Petticoats, Silk Shirt Waists Washable Skirts, are- FoulardSilk. If you want just the thing for the Hot Spell don't fail to inspect Our Silk Department Mondav.' "Dent's Kid Gloves" the finest and best on earth. TAILOR MADE SUITS J ! Skirts aod Capese i It will pay you to wait and see tnese mauuml Qoods0 fW ISiT?) Ci r? run rz vmzs uo TTiiiiiiiiiHiitiiiiiiitiifniiiiinniiiinT m TOURISTS As well as our home people can get the very latest Paris and New York Styles in Hairdressing At r,r pC55;V lauuia. uui uuiei bpeciaiueb Manicuring, Shampooing, Scalp Treatment, and Massaging. HISS, n. E. KILLEflN Jrlrosshur and Manicuring Farlora under tho supervision of Miss Afrnes Smith. At xr.gton Block HOTEL STREET Silk...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 July 1900

ft I i ' '4 l FAIRCHILD'S A. E. MURPHY & GO'S ; SHOE STOCKS Are for Sale at COMBINED 50 CENTS ON THE $1.00. : " ' In the Shoe Store at the Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets : By their New Owners L. B. KERR & COMPANY, Who bought tlem at One-half their cost and now Public at One-half their value. CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STRONG MAN PERM WHO ACTED QUEER. Ho Haa Been Locked up ponding an Investigation as to his Sanity. Autono Petri tho strong man who electriftod largo audiences at the somo mouths ago by his feats or strftuwth wis arrested last night by Oaptaiu Fox and is awaiting an investigation as to his sanity at tho police station. Porri roturued from Hilo en the last Kiuau. He had been thero quite a while on soveral occasions his actions caused much comment and speculation as to tho condition of his miud. lie was notified by tho authorities in the rainy city that ho had better come back here as the folks thero were getting to bo afraid of him. Last night he was parading the str...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 July 1900

'-n. " ' '"-- J"-"- ' SSuJ . - "- - v ' .l1 j ..cv I v THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. 31 t i VOLUME L XO. 24 HONOLULU, H. T., WEDNESDAY. JULY 11, 1SOO PRICE FIVE CEKTS 1 CH1HESE BOXERS' ffBT RAPID GROWTH. and to Oppose Foreign Influence. QR19IHATED IN GERMAN PROVINCE. 31 ROTHSTEIN, THE RUSSIAN FINANCIER, THINKS THE DANGER EXAGGERATED. Sarcastic Investor of the Czar Shekels Thinks Railroad Building in China at an End. The origin of the Chinese 'Boxers,'" ;d a gentleman connected with the 'optic ob Monday, "is rather obscure and qattf reeent. Eevon the reputable ( hlneee on the Coast do not know much about the order The best of the murderous association I And n the Chinese newspaper. Shen Pao. It says The robber chief Tschu Lung Teng rounded In May, 18S9, In the province uf and a sect which originally went by the Lames Hung Tong Tschari (Red Lamp Shade). Tsohln Tschung Scnang (Veil uf the Golden Boll). Lie Pu Schau i Shirt of Iron) and Tatauhnl (Sect of the Groat Water). Soon the n extended...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 July 1900

n ; . &-IV ,..M 'J THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Published Every Morning ExcxtfTXtM? day by the Robt. Grieve PublishsT ' tog Company, Limited. EDWIN S. GILL, - - - " TELEPHONES: Basfness OfSce. .47? EditoriaL Rooms-i.. -. 123 Enterdatwtbe'PcKst'OficeHrHoao: lala, H. L, as second-class maiL SUBSCRIPTION URATES: Par Month, by Carrier. .'.Vr.'....? 73 On Year, by Mail. fr0 Six Mratbe. by Mall...:-. bo Three Months, by Mall or Carrier. 5 HONOLULU, H.T JULY 11, lSOO Incorporation is as meaningful to the people of Honolulu as annexation wis to tie Hawaiian Islands. It Is to be hoped that office-chasing wf!i not become 'one. of theizasla'.inV destries of the Territory of HawalL Whatever crudities pay exist In the organic law can readily be remedied by the Legislature. Ample power to do so bag been granted. What was the use of holding that Kansas City convention, anyway? The Silver-Tongued One had it all programmed, anyway. .Head up on the Constitution of the United States and the Revised St...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 July 1900

V .i. THE 6E1I8 SJAFF SYSTEM. "WILL BE ADOPTED KKRH IK ALL ESSENTIAL POINTS. The OM Hw f Gafarfwr SIaS Appoint-. mflby Fsroritissi Will be Be Awiy "Wtik. HSHUWTOK. Jaw S. In riew oT lb Secretary of Wcr Slr 'Ms wit to reergaatze the army mff K better pltU. It seems timely UB retell the organtatdoa of the CMNiM gsaenl tff. tr wakh. it is tttti,Mr. Koat drafted fcfs MIL There ! no MhmIoh that otae radical ctpmisM -will hare to b made in our BUUT orgnalsadon. There is some tmir tke existing system, for oyewB of tfeartjtf to become narrowed in their rtewi. and hence, unwilling to wloftt measures of a truly modern la Qernuwy the Military schools of- ! fcr cciraontlmry opportunities for the f ednesSo of youth for a military life; we do not believe, however, that their acboots at in n$- .particular superior in 9Uch a youth may obtain a in the German army. As a rule he test goes to what is known as the mUttary preparatory schools. These sctai sts sot open to all. but it is not ttifteaft to o...

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