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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 January 1901

r ,y v w:'4 '.. ' "' f - S"JC , - u -". ,J ? THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 2, 1901 Oar Ijiristmas Srade Uas a Qreat 5ueees$l ' " . 'We now have some room to display a part of Our Latest Importations in & v r Stylish and Seasonable Goods that are always in demand liadies' Dress Capes Golf Capes Steamer X4f ? CHOCOLATE i-.- U ndefcueai7 BRYAN GOT 13 VOTES. cftclstde the South, Which Would Have 'Voted for Schlatter Just as Solidly. ifreza the Now York Sun. An observant citizen who was llie election returns at his hole! uptown yesterday said to some "Da j;oa know, has it struck you yet. that Ilryan got really only 13 vote.?? 'Wurtecn Electoral votes is the total unnfter Mr. Bryan can say that he -tout, after all his conscienceless a&sathintr throughout those portions atfthirT&ad where he thought he had a crkancc to make converts to his views. How do I figure it? Why. the only -way, It seems to me, thnt the result crsn he justly figured and measured. 3uc 142 vot...

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. — 3 January 1901

I ) ?) i 0 j 'WTT -v S s c. $". a . i : .fit.. Jrtfc 4 'vXVtU "- PV - V St i" OT V S U I V I -V I 1 THE HONOLULU REPHBLICAN. VOLUME ILITG HONOLULU, H. T.. THTJBSDAX, JA3UARY 3, 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS limuHSf iv 10 COIL IN PEKING Their Seon of the City isae Best Goiaed. IN SHARP CONTT TO GERMANS INTERNATIONAJOTE HANDED TO THE CESE REP- t RESEWIVE. LI Hung Chang Ue to Attend the Meeting Beci of Sickness Negotiations gain Up to the Money Questii LONDON". Dec 2In the course of a review the Morning: P.t today of thoditlons existing at PeMng. H. J. ham. the well-known newspaper cspont'cnt, says In. re are now a qur of a million ..i inhabitants purst their ordinary .taxations In therlcan quarter. Th- njarkets are all full blast. He .!'. that the Amort and Japanese quarters are in alllpocts tnc best managed, "showingjtty on the part ui the Americans tondle a subject HOe which they ifinot developed U-where to proper vantage." ( onUnulng. Mr. Wham bays: This enormous jfon of the city i noticed...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 January 1901

1 Aff (TONTa tHE arrival of the, steamer J Zealaadla from Cisco yesterday vrzs the 5 principal the T -water front- The big white steamer had hardly been made fast to the wharf before the- work of discharging and freight was nustled out fiber in a way to make the head of the ordinary dock laborer turn-She has'to make a record discharging and loading this time to get away on Saturday and at the present time it lookn.a if she would sail on time. Besides a large freight and a number of cabin passengers for this port the negro laborers expected arrived in the steamer direct fro mN'ashville. Tennessee. They were the observed of all observers at the steamer and had many questions to put as to the places they were going to and the country in general. The Chilean bark Alta was visited by a gr.oat many people interested 'n ships yosterday. She is a new ves set built lately in England and !s one of. the few barkentines in the world. She Is built of steel and Is certainly a fine vessel. Th' is ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 January 1901

V v::' 1 THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1901. THREE i ) i 9 ! m i H Pacific Import pecial are now offering A Lawn 12 yard pieces, Eeal SPHIAL P. pieces White le at SPH $ 20 ce AL WHFfE inches White Swiss Special at 30 cents Do lot mis our Taffeta Bjare now redes at offering a good quality of heavy Taffeta in all 75 cents per yd See Our Window j j The Besti Po Wit The Union Eigine I SoleAgts: THE .. Sale Irish Linen Lawn. for a few dajs only 65 pieces, 38 inch wide, 'at $3.50 a piece Linen Lawn, 38 inches wide, r $4.50 a piece K. SALE P. K., excellent quality, worth 25 cents, on K. BS per yd Gasoline Engines AND HOISTS For all Kinds of Work (LAND AND MABOTE) J Running Pumps, Dynamos arid Machinery VON ILULU fOUXG CO. LTD. Sun Went Down jj he wanted a Light match, his house for have been saved is first class andtour is consistent witn to Figurt with You. J..H. Thompson Electric Co. HW.r.lu, T. H. P. O. BOX 65. TRY IT! Just as the Was the h.a when and coiildn find a If h...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 January 1901

rL'SidLiI3 "31 Mit.ML.jL.yj. BHFPWm8ys5i5W8JWMB8M8W K-. " " Su " It SSC'j ,v:Kk71 , T 4- j - W - , &- ' "il " r I THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY. TAXUARY 3. ioor. r .,- . - - :. FOUR 1J?F, HONOLULU Pnblished Every Morning Except Monday by the Root. Grieve Publishing- Company. Limited. DWTN S. GILL. - EDITOR TELEPHONES. Soilness Office... Main 218 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post Offlce at H. T.. as malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier....- I .75 One Year, by Mall 8.00 Six Months, by Mail 4.00 Three Months, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., JAN. 3, 1901. WEATHER YESTERDAY. If nun Tnujnuun V ' Asm. Minimum Tropriui W. M.M!raHraTmprtar ". Igr. at 9 p. m.. Irrecular :nda. up t 9 a. m. Uvn D Polut for the 3 Mmo JipUUre Humidity 71 TVot t ltnO Weather clear p eJoudj. rOUBOKNT FOR TODAT. Light MKitlnTlr Airs; wentber lair to unu'ltl. Will the completion of the Honolulu brewery result In tire cent beer for the thirsty resid...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 January 1901

. ' " JU ' J. ,Tx'f 'HFIlu"r,rr5'r v -, ? s'&? '$ ' 1 - k . . ii E ,- THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. THURSDAY, JANUARY 3. 1901. FIVE 3CJg&JL CHEAP CHEAP News of the Towa OOOOOOOCOOOOtK.OOOOOOC M ; r I .4 Vv m i " DAVID LAWTENCEJ jnpmpp99Hp.f .111 Fashioiibie TiHor 1901 o Room 205 Second Floor NSTIH HHWW FOKT STREET. G. H. BROWN SANITARY PLUJ1BER. Estimates made on everything in the plumbing line. Ofiee Territorial Stables Buildis;, Kin Street. PHONE : : MAUT 48. Bwifieee mfB will tell yon that aa ad in The Republic- ,.'. bring eod r aha ,W- Sli -- i-L- -- HONOLULU. nTFPKHKT ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROM WJ1EX LOOKISG FOR SOUETHJSO GOOD TO BAT. "We have just received some 6ne lines of . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, Also a full line of MEATS, FISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. GAME I Salter AWaity z Tel. 6S0. Orpheum B.rGk. Grocers. tou J. S. SPITZER CLOTHING HOUSE DID IT EVER STRIKE YOU THAT THE HUB IS GIVING THE BEST VALUE VoR YOUR MONEY IN MENS', BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING? YOUR FRIENDS ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 January 1901

s; i . ! ! k i S i.0 . nr. : -. r, ' A1 a - f 'ETC THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY JANUARY 3. 1901. 9BHES OF mum mm mEUOEHCE OF OVERLAND RAIL EOAOS IS SEEN IN VASHINGTON. n lj h Nfmmo, Jr., Who Has Besn a Bitter Opponent for Years is Jlifn Writing Against the of the Canal. WASHINGTON', Dec 24. Sinister ystEBcns have been current daring the Sjrt fet? days that the enemies of the canal were hard at work to spring the project at a le.rhen in their judgment wonld be to their purpose In spite tf te rjnfct that has reigned up to afefc XJcac on the opposition side, no Be &crc doubts that the overland influence Is at work, fortified bv and guided by shrewd "T&c direction that this opposition would take has not been manifested -op to this time, but today a public from Joseph Nimmo, Jr., contains what may Ik a hint of the line of scrtfon. Nimmo has for years bobbd xp at critical times with shrewd for delaying work on the canal. He has ben accused of bping in the aFsrvice of the Sout...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 January 1901

! ') &? vssrvsrfs,vsrV,vvsssrfs r 3k '" "S "JTp'' 5r""f 11sPE spsl55v?HHBWBMH8Hff f r - 'V.5:r -p v --, "-'' ifKasTSsfiTVivc TPraWWPHB'SW l '!JW J 1 V"t J '- V b THEJiOXOLULUREPUBLICAX, THURSDAVAXUARY. 1901 ef a p-! i . &. 5 --. jg , SEtMU Wens'. SiiRpeisi I usefjijind practicabb. SOHETJTISG NEW. V SOLE AGENTS, i I i FA few jftV CLEARANCE SALE L- Aj J- i LiflDlES' IWUSlilN $Sv$gyagg$ggSgi!g$$$g$ Our entire Stock, consisting vof Nightgowns iials PRICES . An elegant line of these celebrated slippers, in new snappy designs, most gDurable, Gomfortable andflrttraGtive A most sensible New I Year's Gift, something Mdnerny's Shoe Store New and of the latest stvles IK ! ioveii 108 tliat were left over from our Christina? sale. We will ofter them at ami Only a few left. Come early MS II. E. KILUAN Arlington Block. ANNUAL Hotel Street. T 1 Or f n Corset Covers . SkS rtclheinni Ises Drawers HAS BEEN REDUCED TO PRICES THAT ARE BOUND TO MAKE THIS SALE A SUCCESS CALL EARLY As the line will...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 January 1901

fc i. s f I $tei." r BGHT GOVERNOR PIN6REE IS CITED FOR CONTEMPT HANSIXG, (Mich), Dec. 24. On pctitiou of members of the Ingham count' bar, judge Wiest of the Count- Court today ordered Governor Vingree to appear In court next Saturday and show cause why he ftould not be punished for contempt. tJTie action is based on an interview vtluch. was published In the. 'Detroit arrfbune, December 7th. in which the Governor bitterly attacked Judge 5&usL and Prose'cutor Tuttle of Ingram county. Attached to the petition Car an order is nn affidavit by the reporter who secured the Interview, which affirms that it was given Cor publication and that the following lay the Governor informed him that Kkc Interview ns printed was all right Knd commended its fairness. Report Great Victory. PEKLVG. Dec 26. The French .report encountering 2,500 Chinese and capturing Ave flags and a number of puns and inflicting a great loss upon the Chinese, 35 miles south of here. The report is generally discredited...

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

- - 3.- V " -5? i"i'iw -"5 . i U. --. ,3. - X- ? j, y" nM Vs;" r - '" - T1 -. . Is THE HONOLULU republican: 4 VOLUifE II, NO. 177 HONOLULU, H. T.. FRIDAY, IfaNUABY 4, 1901 PMGE FIVE CENTS i ) Mi PRICE ASKED FOR ML CORPSES Nice Scheme to Make Money in Cemetery Business. ECKARDT IE AFTER THE OFFICE HAS HEARD THAT PEARL CITY MANAGERS WOULD DISCRIMINATE AGAINST HIM. Will Fight for His Rights in the Board of Health It Necessary School and Lunalilo Home Also Involved. Superintendent Eekardt of the U icon's hospital was dow n town ay with a great big kick which he i anted to deliver to Mr. Berry, the resident and manager of tne Pearl i r cemetery. Me failed to find his nan but will start out again this n on the same errand. The cause of the gentle rage of the master of the hospital is information fKat reached him In a roundabout a;. that the officials of the Ramond tve burial ground had decided to arge the-Queen's hospital more for g uves than the regular schedule calls S Mr. Eekardt was t...

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

&? KWrf4'r v " - fei r;TS" - ' r ,--' ti, " ttiwi!B'' W .TWO THE HOXOLULU REPUBLICAN. FRIDAY. JANUARY 4. 1901. JU TM , nw. kHE -work of discharging the freight of the steamer T Zealandia Is going on merrily and there are hopes .hat all her cargo QfflPlk will be out this evening. As usual sne had the same large freight that comes on the regular boat and with but three days in port it takes a good deal of hustling to discharge and load her in time for departure. This time she will get airant eleven thousand uags of sugar. The Mariposa from the Colonies will in all probability arrive here Monday as she is on her last trip in the Colonial service and as soon as she arrives in San Francisco she will re-. ccivc a little overhauling in time to I leave there on the second of February for this port again as a local boat Then until the new vessels are .51 running smoothly the Zealandia and Mariposa will do the work between here and San Francisco until the Alameda can be fixed up and put i...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 January 1901

) A f -- "M' :i:7Z v-: -v v SQl" . 1 . ,. - -!- ' "- -- " - -a ,. ,. FRIDAY JAN'UARYrirjor. ' THREF . Th 532 "Fort Street aciiic w ! Best Power The Union Engine G'( -- Import Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street Special E are now offering for a few days only 65 pieces Real-Linen. Lawn 12 yard pieces, 38 incli wide, at $3.50 a piece Id pieces, Real Linen Lawn, 3S inches wide, $4.50 a piece SPECIAL P. K. SALE Gasoline Engines AND HOISTS For all Kinds of Work (LAND AND MARINE) J Running Pumps, Dynamos and Machinery Sole Agents: THE VOX HAM fOUNG CO. LTD. Just as the Sun Went Down T. Leslie DcCew -- HIGHLAND AND PET CREAMS :' W -'S CAIili'QILNIA CANNERIES CO.'S CANNED GOODS AUPLNE CEMENT, WALL PLASTER ' READY ROCK ROOFING, TMORTAR STAINS r And all kinds of Building Supplies jv -. -si ? - QENERAL AGENTS (f s !J Was the time when he and couldn't find a match If he had let us wire his nouse for Electric Lights he would have been ts'aved annoyance Our work is f irst class and our price...

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

c1 rw i. jnm h nil'"lii'r"""' '"111"' Wji I4J fif mi FX)UR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY. JANUARY 4- 1901. 1l" miXOLOLU krTUBLICAN. Pablined Every Moraine Except by the Robt- Grieve Publishing Company. Limited. SOWS S. GILL - - - EDITOR VELEPHPNES. iMineu Office Main 218 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau Port miilding Entered at the Poet Office at Hono- lain. H. T.. as mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month. byCarrier $ -75 One Year, by Mail 8.00 Six Months, by Mail ( 4.00 Three Months, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., JAN. 4, 1901. WEATHER. YESTEBDAY. Vrm 7 0 dsr. Wtnlranm Tmprtnr CO. lrzrr. Xitxlmacc Tratraturs TJ. tecr. 9! At 9 p m.. falling S&Intall OM InchM. oj to . m. Vwo T Point for thp DT 1 . Xrvui TUttT Humidity W WI5D3. Sooth 1; weather cloudy to clear, FOBBCAffT FOB TODAT. IJcht matberlr winds , weather fair to cloud j If George Gear returns to Honolulu with that vacant judgeship in his possession, which he seems likely to do, then indeed will the cup ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 January 1901

TB -i TV . ts;?&t"23 , TV" f 1 " tj s. " r v t THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1901- FIVE 4 i y i V !! M 4f5?jL kmm WjT DAVD LA W?NCMm& 1HE HONOLULU STEAM UUNDRY CO. BEG to inform our patrons WE nii.d the general public that re have jubt installed New Machinery and have also succeeded in securing it ore First 01as Workmen from the Coast. Oar work in the future will give better satisfaction than before. We wash HJIMHEIS and guarautee not to shrink them No Chinamen Employed. - IFFICE 5GS Hotel Strtit PMiE 513. Geo. A. Martin FisfciouMc Tutor Room 205 Second Floor I0STIN IHILilNfi FO&T STKEXT. G. H. BROWN SANITARY PLUHBER. Estimates made on everything la the plumbing line. Ofice Territorial Stables Building. PHONTB - Street. King : MAIX 48. Business men will'tell yea 4 that an ad is The & as brinfi good "results e- cbhm the people read it HONOLULU PP0P0.90000P0P00JM ""Ls 7907 DIFFERENT ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROM WEEK LOOEISG FOR SOMETHING GOOD TO BAT. We have j...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 January 1901

M t I.L 1 M i J 'i ii IT J - V wfajy iWrW V tf j?g -V f SIX. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4. 1901. r raws n ss innH . - -4 s ? . i .?r kn 'ire a. sr " j rW .N -? 'hpfr thM jmorneri JlJatfaieA&J live ill v m QF L!VIIYHMeS TgSST '3 Attorney Bnd (Sets a Favor. e Arswcr From Attorney of e cf 'As Combination 9Brf&ru ;-'.'. in tne nxtka -. .sbont town a i Tie : i?a'n tela bfc :';rut pleasure tf 't -i beside the fair choice, .e en the coning j ''i! tu believed ; - -s The ftcUon of ' ' th Ltrtryaien's i repritfoa 1 3 Me onera in this I tflnr T"r M S"te .i'rwr C ftatrd til thf a;w4at'. . v u) I eMieetkyTal! art'--- cmhodi .! ir tla i awodati'Ts. ranted ar. audil '. of scrprUe te And its wav about Xnre and ybjt fliA rsrtf. nf Yr.MtAfl rtMctaa; fa all quarters. Th- demise I was fwomtaed a few flays since, but bird to the hand is worth a half taw in tke bash, or words to that eKMi. Atefeoasb. while this if not the last ffftjB combination 00 Got. Balrt's prfffti Mat. the acqn...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 January 1901

2?3CK?SO5oosoC t A most sensible 2sew ; Year's Gift, something usef'iland practicable. tyj k: : smmmmiiMM kJ-S. r -V- .-.--&. - . :ftanan's Mens' .3UppP's. SOXEjniXG SEW. ifefe !o$&, m Arlington Block. An elegant line o these celebrated slippers, in new snappy most ItflDlES'sv Our entire Stock, consisting of Nlghtgowhs . s j"r t Co'rset Ctf ve'rs SkSrtchemSse. tlesisfns, Durable, Gonyfortable andJflrttraGtiVe WGlnerny's Shoe Store SOLE AGENTS, 0XKXXXijttXXKKKK 1 tew Ms y e p Kiirts HAS BEEN REDUCED TO PRICES THAT ARE BOUND TO MAKE i THIS SALE A SUCCESS NJL EARLY As the line will be broken in a fowMays. MMMMNMMMIJ 1 ! New and of the latest stvles 0111 I ill li REDUCED Novelties tharwero left pver from jour ClTrittmdfe salemrevill offer them at 1 1 REEM &' ANNUAL. ; WO i niijifo Only a few left. Come early Hotel Street. CLEARANCE SALE ft f iwo&vi KS..5K. " -. t a .r ; "V i .. " " . - s tOXpLULU itEBUBLICAX. RIDAYJAXUARYipoi., irfM Ogtriiiitria'wHw1i'iM m WtntMliiWHO fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 January 1901

K 'J K BRAND NEW AND IN BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS AND TASTY TRIMMINGS Children's ' ' V '. 0 CONDENSED TELEGRAMS 0 IVRIiam Francis Sage, a playwright and dramatic critic, died at New York December 24th. Rich tugboat arriving from Cape b lattery brings fresh news of marine disasters along the coast. A direct line of steamers between Portland and Manila will bo in opera-don by February 2Gth. Another slaughter of Mexican troops at the hands of Yaqui Indians has occurred in Souora, Mexico. The steamer Danube brings the news to ictoria that the stranded steamer City of Topeka will be saved. Edmund Barton has accepted the !Earl of Hopetoun's offer to form the tSrst cabinet of the Australian Within thirty-six hours on December 3d and 24th, seven alarming assaults and highway robberies were committed in Denver, Col. Ffre in Eau Claire. Mich., fifteen miles east of St. Joseph, on December 23th. destroyed half the business section. Loss, 5150.000. Tho reports that seven Shetland JEsutng boats were in ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 January 1901

i . ; f IMO THETOBTO RIC1HS They Kay Be Freed From Time Agree- PRtfCuiilTION OF MirS.lL HAT NO ITALIAN LABORERS CAN GET IN UNDER PROMISE ; OF WORK. , When Supreme Court Decides Whether K or Not Constitution Follows Fla,g It May Upset Things Among Plantations. The contract labor law of the United States goes fully and formally into effect at tills time by a proclamation just issued by Marshal D. A. Kay. By its terms any foreigner who has come to Hawaii under a time labor contract since August 12, 18aS, is a free man, and he may walk away from such enforced employment and laugh at his former boss. 1 his is all a part of the Organic Act and the marshal's proclamation is merely in accordance witn his legal duties. But there is another phase to the whole matter that i liable to wake up some very estimable capitalists most any fine morning, In short ,lt would surprise somebody if the Por to Ricans lately imported were decided to be f .roigners tn& weaning of the Act and tint the Ameri...

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

K l t f i &5T - f U- !- -O $r ' - Wr 1J A V2"tJ. -,'? t " -V" rt i.. -$,' ,.- - ,-J? 1 t - TWO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY.tJANUARl 5. ipor. bbbLLyv . " T-- BBKfl 1 fc ' ; (HE arrival of the Mauna J ffl 4 Loa and Noeau and the ill departore of the N -" K .1.4 VI..V- lA principal events in tke movements of the shipping yesterday. At the up-town wharfs the vessels -were all busy discharging and by the middle of next week unless the arrivals are more numerous than they have been during this week the wharfs with the exception of the Railroad wharf will be deserted again. In the next three days there will be quite a number of steamers arriving and departing for foreign ports. The American Maru and Zealandia today, the Hancock and Mariposa oh Monday and the Alameda on Tuesday. The transport Lawton Is also expected about Wednesday from San Francisco but It Is possible that she will not stop here. Those Examinations. As the time grows shorter for the men of the island fleet to get...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 January 1901

W iii 7 532 Fort Street J. Lawn 12 yard pieces, 38 inch wide, at - $3.50 a piece 75 pieces, Real Linen Lawn 38 inches vvide, -G- D.ou a piece SPECIAL P. K. SALE mommmns :,sssale ' t Do ! 58 inches White Swiss Special at 30 cents (IiAJTD. ANX.BCAKDTE).J Running Pumps, Dyiius i. Michimry Sole Agents: THE VOX 1IAMM Y0MG CO. LTD. "Just as the Sun Went Down" Was the time' when he wanted a Iiight and couldn't find a match. If he had let us wire his nduse Lights he would have been, saved annoyance. Out work is first classahd our prices are as low as is consistent with material. Give Us an Opportunity tt Fijirt with You. T. Leslie DcCcw -- J. H. Thompson The Union Electric Go. - v North King" St, Ho.o:lu, T. H. P. O. .BOX 65. SOMETHING NEW ! TBY IT! BAKER'S EGG! Put up in 1 lb. cans. For sale by all First-class Groceries. Used for making Omelettes, Cakes, Custards, Xtc. HIGTTTiAND AND PET CREAMS , :, $ff; CALIFORNIA CANNERIES CO.'S CANNED GOODS ALPINE CEMENT, ITAIiL PULSTBkW !M ; READY ROCK...

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