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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 January 1901

t. H" , ,, jf. "v s V" -v i w -5 i v .'iv?'; 4 - r . THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY S. 190T. - HQNTMQSS CMIHESE POST i FEW MBTI6ES Endeavor to Work tf?e Demagogue Act Against New President cf the United Society. Anonvmons notices -were posted throughout Chinatown a day or two &D, showing dissatisfaction with the result of the election of officers of the United Chinese Society In which H. A. Ileen was elected' president. The officers were pat in by the Haka and Ptratee men as against the Lung Ta Taction. The Lung Tus, which are said to be the conservative element of the Chinese colony, have paraded their disapproval of the new get of officers Tory extensively. Regarding these a prominent Chinaman says: "They do not amount to aaythinp. The circulars are and call no meeting for any date. They arc labeled as coming from the "whole Chinese country and mean nothing more than that certain Chinamen are diBgruntled over the defeat of their favorites. The poster is mere demagog...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 January 1901

4 tvGoeoooccoocoeoooeoocovoiycooo ianan's Alens' Slippers. m Arlington Block. SOXBTHIXG XEIT. ;YearV iiit, something useful and practicable. SQ3:V i An elegant line of these celebrated slippers, in ncvr snappy designs. most iDurabie, Comfortable and.mtractive A most sensible New Mclnerny's Sfioe Store j r ' .Am M OVA vl fc t 1 fK. " VM l. SOLE AGENTS, A few Hi New and of the latest styles dm Our entire Stock, consisting of NSgrlhtgrowei Corset Covers IWitiO that were left over from our t Christmas sale. We will offer them at .REDUCED PRICES ! 0nlv a few left. Come early. 1 1 MM Hotel Street. ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE liflDlES' IWUSLiIfl , HAS BEEN REDUCED TO PRICES THAT ARE BOUND TO MAZE THIS SALE A SUCCESS CALL EARLY As the line will be broken in a few days. $ s s -k -i;-- $ ,; S sit - i - ' -5 "ss y- .- V. 3 - - "- - t. ? H- THE, HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 8. 1901., SEVER" m New York Dental Parlors, Roora 4, Elite Building, Hotel St THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS. So Xore Dread of ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 January 1901

;j mmp' ' t !, JJIV ?v T- rtJ,Ue' ..'- tfefeMW. wSii&S ' " V - ' A "" rjMi.A'illWwjMl WPSIW - - .?& ' ' "'' T WT lj"ll iWtfrtMJl1lltfTi'MW fc Y- " " I ' EIGHT THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY S, 190T. Our Christmas Srade Uas a Qreat S ueees5 ! jiVV now have some room to display a part of Our Latest Importations; In s3" - Stylish and Seasonable Goods that .are always in demand Iiadies' Dress (& U nderaueat , BRAND NEW ST Children's V fjn HER SOUL IS FIRED WETH -TEMPERANCE ZEAL MISS MURCUTT HAS WORKED FOR AMELIORATION OF MAN- KIND SINCE BABYHOOD. Delivered Her Heart-Stirring Address Sunday at Theater Has Traveled fn Many Lands and Spread Her Cause Far and Wide. Miss Ada L. A. Murcutt, who addressed the people of this city In the Hawaiian Theater Sunday on the subject "Honolulu's Greatest Need," Is ne or the most Interesting -women that hasfavored Hawaii with a visit Sho Is an Australian and a graduate of the University at Melbourne. In her youth her heart was earl...

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. — 9 January 1901

v5! ' ;-.. fw "- -11 - I " ' 1 t f -JF THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. OLTJirE II, NO. 1S1 HONOLULU, H. T., "WEDXEfiBAT, JAKUAKT 9, 1901 PRICE FIVE GENTS hi BUI REVERSES FOR BRITISH 10 SWiLLOW Another of Their Famous Regiments Surrenders. SURPRISED BY A NIGHT ATTACK BOERS RUSH THEM AND CARRY OFF A NAVAL GUN AND PRISONERS. Situation So Critical That the Govern. mcnt of Cape Colony Has Issued a Call for Volunteers General Kitchener's Report. NEW YORK. Jan. 1. A dispatch t tho Tribune from London says: The last day of a disagreeable and !'appolnUng year was most depressing Floods were clapping their hands north and south and west from un-"-aping rains, and the Birmingham anal W3s breaking loose in Stafford-hi-- and causing great havoc. The xr news was bad and the war office management was worse dditional details of the British- re- at Helveta showed that an jh fighting regiment bearing the names of glorious battle fields on Its miur bad been surprised at night iv li.n stronfily entrenched and...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 January 1901

VnCitTfuj iiir'iiTT i '! rfrmrrfrriiir "" -'i - yriwft'iflfiin7 n TWO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 9. 1901. r I HE steamers for the other Is j fT lands all left on their I ular trips yesterday, load- ) cd wlth freight, crowded ffnnHIHii with Passengers. It was a 5JIJJVill busy day along the front, and ail the morning there were drays and wagons loaded with freight waiting their turns to get on the wharfs and unload. The Mauna Jvoa. left on time and the Claudine on the Kinau's route was held a few minutes in hopes that some mail and pa pcrs might he got to take to HIIo. She left without them, however, as it was decided that it wouid be too long to wait for the regular mail and papers. Hancock Here. The Wg transport Hancock arrired yesterday morning after a seven-days trip from San Francisco. During the voyage considerable - rough weather was encountered, and as the big vessel Is very deeply laden she made but slow time compared with previous runs to this port. Three hu...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 January 1901

S. JJ) iP& . C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. tumtui , m niii TWO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 9. 1901. uf'Sfii ft " X TTNrv VhE steamers for the other Is f . lands all loft on their ular trips yesterday, load- ed with freight, crowded with passengers. It was a busy day along the front, and all the morning there were drays and wagons loaded with freight waiting their turns to get on the wharfs and unload. The Mauna Ixa left on time and the Claudtne on the Kinau's route "was held a few minutes In hopes that some mail and papers might be got to take to HHo. She left without them, however, as it was decided that it wouid be too long to wait for the regular mail and papers. Hancock Here. The big transport HancocK arrived yesterday morning after a seven-days trip from San Francisco. During the voyage considerable - rough weather was encountered, and as the big vessel is very deeply laden she made but slow time compared with previous runs to this port Three hundred a...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 January 1901

1 7 I v SPECIAL P. K. SALE 50 pieces White P. K., excellent quality, worth sale at 20 oen s per yd SPECIAL WHITE S . .SS SALE 5S inches White Swiss Special at 30 cents wet The Union Engine I For all Kinds of Work 8 8 I i 8 (LAND AND MASINE) J Running Pumps, Dynamos and Machinery Sole Agents: THE VOX HA3U1 HOG CO. LTD. "Just as the Sun Went Down" "Was the time when he wanted a Light and coiilln t imd a match, If he had let us wire his house for Lights he would have been saved annoyance. Our work is firs t class and our prices are as low as is consistent with best material Give Us an Opportunity to Figure with You. T. Leslie DeCew -& J. H. Thompson r F STOtdC' WSc iJW . B-1 -" i - vw . - ; l "y"sr it " -"- sfpi" M s ' i,.?" -" - y THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9. 1901. THREE Pacific Import Co. Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street w Special Sale Irish Linen Lawn. E are now offering for a few days only 65 pieces Real Linen Lawn 12 yard pieces, 38 inch wide, at $3....

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 January 1901

FOUR. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, . - -TV - WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 9. toot. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN .Published Every Morning Except Monday by the RobL Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. t ZDWIN S. GILL EDITOR VELEPHONES. Benin ess Office Main 218 Editorial Rooms Main 12J Washington Bureau Pest Building Entered at the. Post Oflce at Honolulu, H. T., as malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier J .75 One Year, by Mall S.00 Six Months, by Mall 4. 00 Three Months, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T, JAN. 9, VM1. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Mui Terapwiiur 't o Ierpee. ULnlmam Tea prate lezrfve. XaiitHHK 4cnx. II m 9 p m.; .acta, up to k. m. Mrn Drw Pwni Xor the Dy -I 7 M4n Rj4aUt Hnratdltr WINDS. Northt ) lot WaaUirrl'alr wJH one or two rntn xqaaJIs. FBEFSAST ro TOAT. Krw JrKr. Mr wmthar, o -rational shower COMMISSIONER BROWN'S EXPENSES. The Republican is informed upon responsible authority that before Jacob F. Drown. land commissioner for Hawaii went to Washington, his going was discussed by ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 January 1901

i h h ) r? 7 f tM8tJL "., DAVID LAWffENCE'A and guarantee not to shrink them No Chinamen Employed. OFFICE 509 Hotel StreBt PHOME 583. FOR RENT. COTTAGES STORES ' ROOMS bn the premises of THE SANITARY STEAM juaCNDRY CO.. LTD. between South and Queen Streets. The buildings -will be supplied with hot and cold water and electric lights. Artesian 'water. Perfect sanitation. Rents reasonable. For particulars apply to J. LIGHTFOOT, On;the premises, or at the office of J. A. Magoon. Business icen will tell you 8 S that an ad in The! Republic- S . an brim.- good results be- $ $ cause the people read it . 1901 Paint them with in vHSSSS52S2S2SHH52525HE525ciKEnS5c IHE HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY 'CO. BEG to inform our patrons WE nud the general public that we have just installed Xew Machinery and have also succeeded in securing nore First Glass Workmen from the Coast. Our work in the future will give better satisfaction than before. We wash rUNNELS H - -p- Oi Kg29R& HONOLULU. ,jmpp0vmmjM!.P00mj0...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 January 1901

Street. Goods. and complete Furnlshinjp; -Goods. a 4, ' h. 'K New Year. DISPLAY IN WINDOW Ai fl'inrnro jU(jN THE Cor. Nuuanu and .Merchant Sts .and Hotel St. opp. Bethel. P. O. Box 979 Ijgr NO DIRT I v ) CA NO ) TROUBLE constantly increasing stock Inducements and Un- in sa?.3 - - Globes, Electrical Fixtures, Etc. o Electric Go., Ltd. Phone 390. .B.c. Bohemian Beef' rNew supply received per 'Katherine." "Iroquois." "Archer' and "Andrew Welch." "HOSAMOXD'' due to arrive shortly. Orders promptly attended to, CO., Ltd., Sole A?fcs .S3 Company, Ltd. Importing Tobacconists, Sts. Wholesale & Eetail Dealers. a large stock of the high grade ( AFRIUAXA ITA VAXA famous Wert Cigar) your gentlemen friends. BRUNSWICK, EL PRISCIPE DE HU2IB0LDT CIGARS. MERIiHiMTS' PATHOL AND AGENCY Telephone 70S. P. O. Box 284 w: i: j. BiLium. i -it Wm w faifact GOBXEK BsSSTAyiA xi OFFICE to 10 a.x, 2 to X i v. jt, and 7 to 8 f. x. SUXDJ. T3 3 to 10 a. 3f , T to 8. r. u TELEPHONE 204. The Union Express Co., Off...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 January 1901

It ; " C V' " -. Kfrs v 2Pipy!XOOOCOOOGOQ009000WQ Jtanarfs Hens' Slippers. Arlington Block. 3H SOMETHING NEVQ. A most sensible New ;Year's Gift, something ;usefiland practicable. d&.&r&A Q3S3SSfrStt3S3SSS: An elegant line of these celebrated slippers, in new snappy designs, most Durable, Comfortable andlflrttractive C Hhb. AlGlnerny's Shoe Store SOLE AGENTS, REDUCED L LtflDlES' MUSIiiri Our entire Stock, consisting of NIgrlhitgrowes 1 1 KILLEH ANNUAL , .-: &,, A IPO i niVLo 10nly a few left. Come early. Hotel Street, fttfStfSSSSSvvvSvvv CLEARANCE SALE ' 1 - Vi A t r J& . Corset Covers kSrtclhiemises Drawers HAS BEEN KEDUCED TO PRICES THAT ARE BOUND TO MAKE . THIS SALE A SUCCESS CALL EARLY As the line vill be brokeiiJn a few. days. I " " - ' SNSSsASNSSS VWWVV VV V VVWV"VV 8 8 MNMMAMSM'iA. i''i ww v &) 1 x - -. tffrats&f PPpTr ' jt -H$ spe3 $ 'j.r ,? ;Tjr gVM .IE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9. 1901. SHV2JC . - tut flWk " w 4PaagtfiiwwKawrnpw Am ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 January 1901

in , EGHT THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9. xoor. ? & Otir ristmas Srade llas a Oreat 5ueees5l 'A jtavVS i,We how have some room to display a part of, Our Latest Importations, in .- mPitZ" Stylish and Seasonable Goods that are always in demand Iiadies' Dress Undercjaear BRAND NEW Children's 82&&r IN FROM SiSXK FORLORN FIGHT TO BE MADE ON THE. MILKMEN. Flagrant Adulteration of This Article of Food Possible Because of Certain Cowmen in the Legislature. Deputy Sheriff Chillingworth will iv n. Chinese camblers a rest for a few days now and devote particular attention to the adulterators of milk. a he board of healtn through Healta Officer Dr. J. S. Pratt, lias written both High Sheriff. Drown and Deputy Sheriff Chillingworth, asking the cooperation of. the police department to the fullest extent in the prosecution of these adulteration cases. The deputy sheriff was busy last evening drawing up papers to be served on offend tng mllkmon. "We are going after these ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 January 1901

i ii M a if ; i 4 H - F) V , o ., 't VH XsS PROGRESS IS RAPID IK HKYEH1N Old Central Committee Was Placed In Control. DELEGiTES CALL OH THE AFFECTIONATE WORDS OF GREET ING EXCHANGED AT THE Nev. MEMORABLE VISIT. n j . u Party. Organizers Will Finish 3us1ncss To-day Greetings to be Sent to Wilcox. McKlnley, Senators and Congressmen. The completion of the selection of oBteers ana the election, of "a central committee of sixty-live members which win also act as a board or directors, marked, the morning session of the Independent Home Unle paity which has Ihmu holding its sessions in Foster hall for the past two days: thcysesslon to pna today David Kalauokalani was elected president of the Independent party to ser'efor two years, and he will also conduct the next campaign of that larty, while James K. Kaulia was choen for the vice-presidency. The election of honorary chairmen a a twrhonorary vice-presidents was the Jirst business that was taken mp at the morning session The choice for th...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 January 1901

1 t ' " " " -.--, , i-.- -2 -v "J! i w fc r - i 3 i5 - " " -" , avC.W"'i' ", 1 ""8? ' v "" ' '-"' r if"" s. ' . - t . t TWO THE. JIOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN. THURSDAY. JAXCARV io, looi. ' , MU AX. ? srss&sS ' JT4l&i T" in- 35sm iivv . m lrF' ? wriMffiilWr w: rsJv .. TZil',I,tf gy k faafca. m fH h i 1 i m bv r rrra m ru A 05MG srf L -.W lv Jk-?-W i7PTi -J'"i ---'; a iv v ffl: -. irJiP T YESTERDAY'S blew i tivo barks into port after T long trips from San Francisco, and it is likel that if the breeze keeps up tnere will be several arrivals before the -week Is much older. The Wrestler, H. C. Wright and Helene, from San Francisco, and several vessels from the north arc looked for at any tme now The steamer James Makee which was on the board to sail yesterday gal five for Kauai was held on account of Colonel Spanieling. He was to have KonowJih her but as business had cominip to detain him the vessel was hed. .She will leave today. Th Japanese steamer Hongkong !aru arrived yesterday about...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 January 1901

k ; u 4 w a ft v.-.o i-v "" i r f i &0EEz5 ?rv - - JB 8" V - "'ir ve ? T-?: IW f" "fc - sl" ' 1- ' : -IT" 4.'- fc.V -L ,r r ' .J ; ' ? t .. , i ? ' ". sVi ". ,"', v i - THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY jo. 1901. The Best i Power The Union Engine Sole Agents: TEE "Just as the Sun Went Down Was trie time vheu lie wanted a and ccildn't find a matcnt If he had let us wire Ms nouse 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 North King St, SOMETHING NEW ! BAKER'S EGG! Put up in 1 lb. cans. For sale by all First-class Groceries. Used for making Omelettes, Cakes, Custards, Etc. HIGHLAND AND PET CREAMS CALIFORNIA CANNERIES CO.'S CANNED GOODS AL-PINE CEMENT, WALL PLASTER READY ROCK ROOFING, MORTAR STAINS And all kinds of Building Supplies -- H&WiLMI TRMHS CO., UL GENERAL 532 Fort Street Jas. F. Moroan, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 January 1901

P552&&, 3F JESr!"?SvT . - CV' Jff . ciEfc, V - -"v " " "- , r 'V,j! tT 'la - H f" - - i t rFOUR THE HONOLULU JtEPUBLICAN, THURSDAY. JANUARY 10. 1901. - ""- CHWr mp'inMioi m tMWwMOlr W-W jttgqBflSJtetfinWWB ; fc - "V ) fcw(fcMte&iii )B "$THE HONOLULU' REPUBLICAN FaaUahed Ererr Morning Hxoept day by the Robt. Grieve Company, Limited. UBWTN S. GILL - - KDITOR TELEPHONES. tineas Office Main 21 1 Etfitcrial Rooms .v..Maln 123 Washington Bureau Pott Building i Entered at the Post OOce at H. T., as malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier .If .75 One Year, by Mall 8.00 Six Months, by Mall 4.00 Three Months, by Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T-, JAN. 10, 1901. WEATHER YESTERDAY. McaTI Temperature- 'i drr. j MlclmnmTrrnpTature IL icsrrn. X&zlmQm Tejnprntiir 7 Earorortcr 3U 13 at p m. . rt'lnc .ache, op to 9 a. m. Mean Dw Point for the Itar -63 S Min Belatlre Humidity C?. WINDS. Wind rtvl uS. Weather Jiazjr to dear viiti rain In the motiutalns. ' roe. Todat. Kreh trad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 January 1901

1 m j 4 i t" r w r. w -H ' I 01 I IM I I IIP M BIMIB M fl - f'V "4 -S .si-vi t&ui. a j .jaw lt.i -CI ' V. - "7 " K -- " 5? . - -V- . tn ' A i 2. ' T"JL - "" JW r J . Jit. '' ' - "'" "-.- ? - . - V" V i"- v. .- j -- ex. " N tj -e. - T ; , - ' - i THR HONOLULU MM-. 3itty fpi(iilftiH i Si FIVE .J T2 .4tKLteJ r DAVID LAMPZHCEMnm OFFICE 5QS Hotel 513. FOR RENT. COTTAGES STORES ROOMS Onj, the premtses of THE SANITARY STe1m iiaiRCDRY CO LTD. South and Queen Streets. The buildings will he supplied with hot and'cold water and electric lights. Artesian wRter. Perfect Rents reasonable. sanitation. Tor particulars apply to J. LIGHTFOOT On the premises, or at the office of J. A. agoon: k V i ' BuBef mewiH teBrwi that an ad in Tie rood resoltt th ve&ind H. p s & HONOLULU. 0000000000000000000000000 9000000000000000000000000. MFFERKST 7907 ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FRQU WHEX L00K1SV FOR SOMETHING GOOD TO BAT. "We bare just received some .fine lines of . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, Also n foil li...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 January 1901

If- 0- CHS OF THE WORLD ? COMPARISON OF THAT OF 1900 WITH THE ING YEAR. Exports of United States for Eleven Months of 1900 Nearly Two Honored Millions Greater Than For Same Period in 1899. WASHINGTON. Dec 30. Commercial conditions throughout the world ia tic closing months of 1900 are pictured In a table which will be presented in the forthcoming iiumoer of the innately summary of commerce and finance, issued by the treasury bureau cf statistics. The table shows the im- yorts and exports of the principal countries of the world during such arts of the calendar rear 0Q as can ie feown from the latest data and compares the same with the corresponding month of the preceding year, tfcwi presenting a picture of the TTBwtli of the world's commerce In the inuacnt roar, as compared with that i f tuc preceding year. A comparison of the commerce of tiw principal countries of the world wili that of the United States in 1903, ad of the growth or reduction of their rsnun'HT with our own developme...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 January 1901

Durable, Gomfoftable andiflrttraGtiye A most sensible New ; Year's Gift, something ;iseil and practicable. i w j i "v m ifci i ' m i m 1 1:. Arlington Block. ANNUAL! . V. N J I GM FiMMMIMMMMMal 1 MGlnefnfs Shoe Store K&CX&C&GCX&C&OCC& SOLE AGENTS, 1 few Bats New and of the latest styles iiiid that were left over from our Christmas sale. We will ofler them at fe. SEDUCED PRICES! xOnly'a few left. Come early. Hto 1 I 'II J H ill w. ? - IiflDlES' Hotel Street. clearance SALE; mAWL As the lino will be broken in a few davs. 4p - t6V ? 1 ' Boom 4, Elite Buildine, Hotel St THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS. f fo More Dread of the Dental Chair Teeth extracted and filled absolutely without pain by our late scientific methods. No sleep producing agents or cocaine. These are the only dental parlors in Honolulu that have the patent appliances and ingredients to extract, fill and apply gold crowns and porcelain crowns, undetectalrte from natural teeth, and warranted for ten years, w...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 January 1901

I h i u. N: EIGHT . . j ir s? v;. Our . -- Children's Iv .?, i.' .," ""' " - mm PORTO RICANS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS EX-GOVERNOR GENERAL DAVIS COMMENDS PLANTERS' COURSE. Migration Would Be a Great Benefit to America's West Indian Possession Prominent Army Officer a Passenger on Transport Hancock. Urigadier General George W. Davis, who was a passenger on the transport Hancock for Manila, was for one' year Military Governor of Porto Hico. He left that island in the latter part of last month to act as Inspector-general in the Philippines on the staff of -While the Hancock was in port, General Davis put in con-, sidcrablu time, looking about tho city and visiting a near-by plantation. "I can say In a few words what I know and think about Porto Ricans as laborers in tne plantations of Hawaii." said General Davis. "The situation seems to me to be morely this: One island under the American Hag is suffering from a plethora of laborers. Another island under the same ,flng is suffering from a sc...

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