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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 January 1901

J 4 ri f hi I 1 111! SCI li THE -- - '- -"- .V t - IS?- . J- s&v 31 , v k V-, . v - - - -v 4 &jt v l w I. KWfc fi M'iijny.Wi.iMl!if.B -V L. -. tf ,-., f - - i. Sr . . 7 . - ' '- - a ' a fc. j? - sia .rD crMsmrutffs 'oarcsdo i fl BR ' THE HONOLULU -v,s REPUBLICAN. 3 4 i i VOLTDfE II. XO. 1S3 HONOLULU. H. T., JANUARY 11. 1201 PBICE JTYE GENTS 1 WASHINGTON HOUSE IT Olmstead's Resolution Has the Effect of a Bombshell. IT AROUSED ALL THE DEMOCRATS PROPOSES TO REDUCE REPRESENTATION OF SOUTHERN STATES. Aftsr a Spirited Struggle Mr. Under-"wood's Motion to Adjourn Carried oy Two Votes It Complicates the , Seapportionment Situation. WASHING! OK, Jan. 3. When the HOHS reassembled today after the holiday rectffes not more than members were present It 'had been arranged lefore the house met that, tSi conslderntipn of the reappor tionmcnt bill was to be entered upon today. Immediately after the reading of the 'Journal Mr. Olmstead of Pennsylvania sprang a surprise by offering a a matter ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 January 1901

?T sieamers oi wssi ocean fleet. The Marn leaving Yokohama two days behind regular schedule time arrived here aftT a remarkably fast passage in an attempt to reach San Francisco 'n time to leave again on the regular schMinle If she carries th same fijed to San Francisco that se did !n coming here from the Orient s:ie will probably be able to do it. lay the vessel pulled away from tr wharf as soon as the mall was aboard anil about a half hour sooner than fh was expected to salL Kilmer expects to make the to the Coast close to five days and a half Tin- old Alameda which was in San Francisco waiting for the Kngllsh mall and then by bad in addition is out after a record, as .h is on the new schedule laid out for the sister ships. Her run down wan proof that she is still a fast boat and to show that there was going fo be a try after time between here and tin Colonics, she took all the coal she could carry In her -linkers and sev rrnl hundred tons in sacks on her deck If the burning of co...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 January 1901

w mry & $ TJ J "-- Pioneer ... . , .. ... c iw s;j - .t. - : ' tv -. - !-- i!- hi, ' - " ; jt ww MWTmw v'w VT wfiKPGsSre' w '.&V T - " -s " ' r . - - THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY. JANUARY it, 1901. . .aiwivs?; AvvAvT THE Transcontinental Railway OF THE . mm states OF OffiRTCA i! C. H. BROWN 5ANITARY PLUHBER. Estimates made on plumbing line. PHOIOB ;: everything Office Territorial Stables BaiWia. Kiss Street. . i 1CAHT48 H Sanitary Steam Laundry Company, Ltd. IS NOW PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS OF LAUNDRY WORK SATISFACTORY WORK GUARANTEED 6 A S -.. LAUNDRY Kawaiajiao Street Near South Street OFFICE 116 Hotel Street, Old Elite Building Telephone Main 73 SOMETHING NEW ! TRY IT! 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 ALPINE CEMENT, WALL PLASTER READY ROCK ROOFING, MORTAR STAINS And all kinds of Building Supplies IS THE .rf -- HJLw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 January 1901

M I -1 4 I' ., -4-- v " .VWRAf r7t'2SI4s,?f,sfCf ff 's.? wm.- vz:;3 t J SV , I. v- 3 . ' j't.! ,.", . V V i POUR .THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, .ERIDAY. JAXUARX n, 1901. 0 THE HONOLULU kLTUBLICAN. Published Evecy Moral ng Kxcept Mos-.day by tic Root. Griere Company, Limited. ADWIX S. GILL EDITOR VELEPHONES. ' Saainess Office Main 218 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post Office at Hono-lain, H. T., as ciaiL "SUBSCRIPTION RATES. er Month, by Carrier $ .75 One Year, by Mail S.00 Six Months, by Mail 4.00 Three Months, by Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., JAN, 11, 1801. WEATKEK YESTERDAY. Btlnljnutn 6 Jcrrrr. Maximum TrrarTaiarp T Hjiremrvr At 9 p. m. : folllii; ;nclws. up to 9 &. m. M-a be Point for the Vr Xun Retntlre HumWItr 73 WINDS. t 8. weatfcer sloudx ti clar. FOKWi'Tr roc TODAY. UzM lr and floe it wnnJenT twnl MR. BROWN, COMMISSIONER. "It would be singuiarly Indeed if the Territory, alone of all In the Union, could not send a commissione...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 January 1901

. & I .S-- ,?.f tf ' ,'t. y4 i $ if '.1 i r COTTAGES STORES ROOMS gOnJthe premises of THE SANITARY :steam Laundry co., ltd, be South and Queen Streets. 3. The buildings will be supplied wjth hot and cold water and electric lights. Aftesl&n water: Perfect sasdtatipa. Rents reasonable For particulars apply to J. LIGHTBDOT, On-the premises, oriat the office, of A.. MaopiLv ..--. ir.4 ! f&wg?Wg& fPiiSf"4 " : mjt -' ',&, . ii"- . , , " 5a: " t ' a c tf , Nf a F I " . .2 THE. HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. FRIDAY, JANUARY ,xi3 1901. . :Mvit! i . !!S- rf ' .& WV u W- s- - 45v, Ammf0& w SBmmmeL Mmfm& SfzMsBKSEEm DIFFERENT DAVID LAW?MCC. HONOLULU. P00m0j0.0000000000000000&ML 1901 ARTICLRS TO CHOOSE FROiT FOR .SOMETHING DID IT EVER STRIKE YOU, THAT THE HU.B 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 CAP...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 January 1901

r i 4 il k, f I. -it &- "J",5Lira1 STfTJ 'ASf!. " . -i- $? j -v 4 d six , THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY n. 1901. SITMTIW IS SEWNS 1 IH THE CIPE COLONY HORSES AND INFORMATION FREE LY OFFERED TO THE BOERS. Number cf Burghers Invading the Colon" Said to be Five Thousand Colonial Government Calls For Volunteers Big Guns Landed. ;Cape Town, January 2. The British battle ship Jlonarcb wi. land guns tomorrow as a precautionary measure. The situation is undoubtedly serious. It is true that the Dutch have not joined the invaders in any considerable numbers, but lack of arms is believed to be the true reason for abstention. In many places horses are freely offered and information freely supplied to the Boers. The cariy BrodamaUoiL of xaartial law in the Gape Town division is expected. Th division does not include Cape Town iUelf. The latest reports show the situation to b$ generally as follows: Kttrasaan. if still uninvested, prob ably soon will be. Griqualand West is filled wi...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 January 1901

h 4 fecial araniae. ,r - -. '.! v '"TV '"iT? iXl'iPr -. .WJ rg ' vt 4 , . - ; ' r 3s "" i . f. ', Ja" - - -' SIX THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, ERIDAY, , JANUARY n, ipox. SITIIATtOtt IS SERieWS " 1 IN THE GAPE COLSNY HORSES AND INFORMATION FREE LY OFFERED TO THE BOERS. Number cf Burghers Invading the Colony Said to be Five Thousand Colonial Government Calls For Volunteers Big Guns Landed. Cape Town, January 2. The British battle ship Monarch wi.i land guns tomorrow as a precautionary measure. The situation Is undoubtedly serious. It is true that the Dutch have not Joined the invaders in any considerable numbers, but lack of arms is believed to be the true reason for abstention, in many places horses are freoly offered and information freely supplied to the Boers, The early procteaalion of martial law in the Cape Town division is expected. Th division does not include Cape Town iUelf. The latest reports show the situation to be generally as follows: Knraman. if still uninvested, probably e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 January 1901

iDurable, Comfortable andlflrtlfaGtiVe I A most sensible Xeu I Year's- Gift, something y ; useful and practicable. SnTferai?S m ii. i - ArliDffton Block. ANNUAL (MfMifMMMiii ' -- I ' - SOLE AGENTS, Mclnernf s Shoe Store A few Ms 2sev and of the latest styles aiid Melfe 'that "were left over from our Christmas sale. We will offer them at ; REDUCED PRICES ! Only a few left. Come early Hotel Street. CLEARANCE SALE IiflDIES' IWUSlilfi ODErWEflr Our entire Stock, consisting of Nightgowes Corset Covers SkidtcfaemJses Drawers i HAS BEEN BUDtTCED TORICES THAT ABE BOITND TO 'MAKE THIS SALE A SUCCESS QALL BARLY Ais'the line will be broken in a few days. jaksssssssgsssgsgstt -.,.. lrJJsJiAJOs Z0s&&'trm m m 'mmwrn - VVSS. No Xore Dread of the Dental Chair Teeth extracted and filled absolutely without pain by onr late srfpntffip methods. Xo sleep producing agent3 or cocaine. These are the only dental parlors in Honolulu that hare the patent appliances and ingredients to ex- I uo, ii.i .i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 January 1901

jfca.. tx fefst f,Yiv. ":?-'$i-. ' - '-- s-- .""Bc i-'sis ts1 i tj y... . " rr - y.l - SIGHT x THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY; JANUARY n, 1901. 1 - hi 't "5 'H5 . ,J j - .-, . S f - . - I - - W Y 3 .J.. t f r r 7 1 I J T v r 1 1 Y m 5 3. i " ;: Uu (liil A iynr.i&rmaK iran& Suee! I at j ;ir W as a. Qrgat - i kwfl I .v M. Z A. L tani T l Jw HB m A BB Mv HW - - - w i f ? ?fi . r nt ' r .... 1 i . 1 : . Se j j --- T T w jr v - - r ,. Kr wr y onloir O rr M- -F "ttt T ofnof Trrr4? ? K t? IIUW iidvt? ouiiic iuuiu tv uiojiaj jjcii u vi vycu uaiuoo AiiiLvniiiuvii: ill . & ft - ioW ; Stylish and Seasonable Goods that are always in demand Iiadies' Dress Capes Golf Gapes Steamer JJapes f (Ar i . T1r . NOTHING DEFINITE JSOUIjmilli GABLE SUT BELIEVED THATTHE HOUE WILL PROVIDE FOR IT AT THIS SESSION. Everyone In Congress In Favor of Building a Cable at an Early Day The Philippines Project Will Have to Wait a While. From a Sytaft Correspondent. WASHINGTON, Dec 2S. Nothing ' ksHbeTsh'dQ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 January 1901

-i V- ! ! , o v - t - - vr t ,- v b? - -'v S . W1 THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. voLmre II. SO. 1S4 HONOLULU, H. TL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1901 PBJ,TE KITE CESTS V T BIDING PERMIT MOST 6 ISSUED 10 UN Supreme Court Issues Mandamus Against McCandless. EX POST FACTO ORDER FAILED BOARD OF HEALTH EXCEEDED ITS LEGAL POWER IN THE PREMISES. Applicant Has Compiled With Conditions of Statute and Superintendent of Public Works Must Yield-Circuit Judge Upheld. IX L, Akwai. who has been denied a tnrfkling permit by J. A. McCandleas, Mpwtaund8nt"of public works, has won bis mnndaniMs suit in the court. Following is the den-Mian Tendered yosterday: "Tte superintendent of public works iffiMKr grant a building permit undr Sections 1078-1 0S5 of the Penal Ixws wtovn the applicant has complied with provisions of the statute, notwith standing, the executive officers of thed lioaH hi health refuse to approve die premises In question and the board decides that the premsles are deleterious to the public henitb ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 January 1901

- Jl H--y Iy ""WTt tf" " T--4 .- -- 'f '5T ""f ."-a p -4 -,'.. " '?$?&&, -two THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY. JANUARY 12. igor. oiyy railway mo uhd go. Oceanic Steamship Co. UMESS ind SADDLES. &'- cS?8figi Just received J invoices of California and Americas Saildles. Abo a i i3 TIME TABLE. fine lot of Light Harness and which will be sold at Rock Bottom H- UKiflUHfc iff Prices. and best assortment -ft The stecrsersot ilus line wilt amv leave ttis port as hereazaer: Largest of Brashes and in Honolulu. "Whips. BJs TIME TABLE FROM if, FOR SAN FRANCISCO. Drop in and bs convi J. Repairimr ' :& ' From and Alter January I, 1800 ISO I. 1501. promptly executed at rii jable prices. t. Zealacdia .-. Jan si Zeaiandla Jan. iS "- 1 1 at ' wk 1 .i. -1 2?Wk SSS Sonoma , Jan 2U Sitrrr Jan. iS A V r. rt. - 455 . n. OCTWAKI Mariposa Feb. 3 Marf sa Feb. 13 'V -n:o TM- w; !&'-&&?& fialljr Diltr DUr Daily Sierra ...................... Feb. 19 Afemeda "t:..r.. Feb- iS LIN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 January 1901

n 7 sr 5"F !n!'r' i i THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY. JANUARY 12. 1901. IHREB NO SUBUAHItVE BOATS. ) 4 Sanitary Steam Laundry : Company, Ltd. IS NOW PREPARED TO DO ALL KINDS-OP LAUNDRY WORE SATISFACTORY WORK GUARANTEED LAUNDRY Kawaiahao Street Near South Street UP - 116 Hotel SOMETHING NEW ! BAKER'S EGG! Put up in 1 lb. cans. T r sale by all First-class Groceries. Used for making 0ieiettes, Cakes, Custards, Etc. HIGHLAND AND PET CREAMS CALIFORNIA. CANNERIES CO.'S CANNED GOODS ALPINE CEMENT, WALL PLASTER READY HOCK HOOFING, MORTAR STAINS' And all kinds of Building Supplies -- otmm mmm co, ul GENERAL 532 Fort Street j? SUNSET A f OGDEN & SHASTA wSt y) 1: ROUTES n Jx. 'jiyi IS THE K K K3ttlJlGT05JT2Brv3Cn mssmmsmm&m& Traiiscoiitiiicnti Railway OF THE USITED STATES of. ' AMERICA G. H. BROWN 5ANITARY PLUHBER. Estimates made on everything in the plumbing line. Offiw Territorial Stables Buiidinj, King) Street PHONE: : : MAUT48. the: TOWM OFFICE Street, Old Elite Building Tel...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 January 1901

i SpTpi - - "" .JfTV FOIL -e THE HOXOLUEU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY. JANUARY 12. igor. 7HF HuM)LtfLC ktTUBLlCA Published Ey Morning Except br the Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. 5DWLV S. GILL EDITOR TELEPHONES. Business Office Main 218 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu, H- T.. as mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, br Carrier .75 One Year, br Mail.... 8.00 Six Months, by Mail . 4.00 Three Months, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T, JAN. 12, W01. WEATHER YESTERDAY. iUo TBitrBtsn s Xlalmam ii 2ccn. Unitmora Tmirmcrr IK ir!. Ban mrrri : p. ra . falllnr itichrr. up U, a. m. Mean Tttrr Pulut for the tny - 3 Mrjn "9. WIVD8. ' I.lrht laad and ea Urecw, rr: 1 to0; e:tier clrar. Ftoxmuwr ron TODT. IJCfct. variable Mrs. ehnr to cloud j. Hawaii owes it to her future to enforce the most stringent regulations for the stumping out of leprosy. tand Commissioner Brown was a pretty big frog in Governor Dole's) Cabinet" pond, but in Wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 January 1901

j Jk 11 ? ; , fflaffM Jfc. $W& X?x4V7 LAWffNC. ""-SS ."ii 1 m u r 7907 c:ci o 3 z?a p?:ai COTTAGES STORES ROOMS :-On the premises of THE SANITARY " STEAM laAUXDRY 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. 8 f Rsiaess mea Trill telt you 4 that an ad ia The Republic- an brings good results be cause tie pepk read it. 5PKU1 H gf tiiii Mrfii , SS -W. yy"."1 " jMMjwii i.iwi i - Mr - .r1 ,fflrrBrarirr V- v . , ? W , THE-HONOLULU REPUBLICAN", SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1901. FIVE KkmmJBimtim .BH. ' W MiWBk HONOLULU. t M DIFFERENT ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROM WIIEX LOOKING FOR SOilKTHISG GOOD TO BAT. We have just roceiTed some fine line? of . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, Also n f ill line of HEATS, PISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. :T"J-v 1 GAME Salter AWaity Tel. 6S0. Orphe...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 January 1901

? "& -7 'PT' ' SIX THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY r2. icoj. f - mm mid BY PROFESSOR SHORET Pood Commissioner Files His December Report. NAMES ARE GIVEN TO THE PUBLIC WATERED SHOWN OF Dnte DMrr MILK BUSINESS UP IN BOARD HEALTH. Adulteration of Groceries Seems to be Growing Less Common Since the Decision to Publish the Names of Offending Dealers. Food adulteration and substitution cmaie la for a. good share of attention at the meeting of the board of health yesterday and the presentation of Food Connfttioner Storey's report for December aw&keaed much interest upon the part of the members present, and the momentous question was carefully discussed and considered Professor Shorey 'e report at the of the reading was ordered placed oa tile, sad referred to the Attorney General. In nhmlUinp his report the food cORtmissioner addressing Dr. J. H. Raymond, president of the board cf health, states: "In accordance with instructions front the board I have given the names of d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 January 1901

K K Warit -: tiw.; -" i - 'aPsaggjsss : 3pLW 'w - -? py;6j y-1 a; "'-! - T" - . - 'Trv v, i- g J3 i ,i- in ii- i i V 4 .. THE HOXOLXTTJ REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY. JANUARY 12, 1901. " SEVEJi . , SS- r H 'J ??0CCC0SO Marian's Shoes! tmm m Arliiurfon Block. a- v Jft. THIS HAS GOT TO BE AX EVERY DAY CALL WITH US Xevr Gusto ir ers are & coming to us every $ day, callingfor these Goods. & They see others ing them: they see the & Style and Fit of them; the know their & tation, and the wnt g them. : : : : : p NO SHOE MADE HAS BETTER VALUE, OBEATER S? IT, OR MORE STILE tMGlnerriy's Shoe Store t g SOLE AGENTS, A fen LtflDlES' AVAsSSsnA'As Our entire Stock, consisting of SorThtgrowos Hats New and of the latest styles and Sovelties that were left over from our Christmas sale. We will offer them at mm PBKES Only a few left. Come early. LT 1 1 KIM Hotel Street. ANNUAL' CLCAPANCt: SALE KKKSKKKSi Corset Covers Drawers HAS BEEN REDUCED TQ PRICES THAT ARE BOUND TO MAKE THIS SALE A SUCCESS ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 January 1901

mart BRAND NEW AND IN BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS AND TASTY TRIMMINGS Children's - s h. :3J FOR THE INFIRMARY. Meeting Yesterday Decided to Give a Fancy Mask Ball to Raise Money. Plans for a fancy mask ball to Tie given for the benefit of the Honolulu Eye and Ear Infirmary were discussed in tho office of Dr. Sloggett in the Pro-cross building yesterday morning. The 'gathering was largely attended by women who have the Interests of the institution at heart. Many schemes wore proposed for the raising of monoy. and the idea of a ball met the popular approval of the majority present. The date decided upon for the function has been set for February 19. The women appointed to take charge of the affair, and act as an executive committee iiclude the following: Mrs. W. M. Graham, chairman, airs. C. B. Cooper. Mrs. Alexander jlsonbcrg, Mrs. S. E. Damon. Mrs. C. 1 A. Elston and Mrs. G. P. Wilder. BELSER GETS CONTRACT. Will Begin Monday to Excavate Suits :. IN ALL TEE LATEST MIXTURES AND TO FIT ALL- FROM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 January 1901

Ft f m in .nogjwjyw T xjmv vxi : ". i-C T. . - jr - - 4 . , - O-. - Tfc v J i.w A ao : :V ft& - r ' f ?? .?A f . - c . .. stVvP ss "'S. raw. -S, -7 THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. OLTDFE II, SO. 3 S3 HONOLULU, EL TL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 13, 1901 PRl'E tTTE CENTS lv, I Jt - DFFEHSIVE CONDEMNED 8Y DM Smoking in Street Cars Is a Public Disgrace. HO OTHER CITY WOULD PERMIT IT ORIENTALS AND WHITES ALU MORE OR LESS GUILTY. Interviews Mothers ARE and Wives and Gets a Response That Cannot be Misunderstood System is Abominable. SflKklng in the street cars in has come to such a pass that patience grows very irksome. Men ha persisted In puffing the swoko In Radios' faces until a Htifet car rid is" to be dreaded as much As allege of la grippe. CJiif among the offenders are the Oriate. As a rale they smoke a mat He and evil smelling cigarette that is too jntich for even some other hsMtual smokers. The presence wowea makes no difference with them for diey will puff a vile cigarette with the rae brazen t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 January 1901

W N tvlC"V" ?"s5'' "' TWO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY. JANUARY 13. 190L : 't : ADS xvk wtfj v 1 JNOTHER , Instance of the way vessels are not reported A? as passing Diamond Head as given on Friaay night when the MSP' transport Thyra from Seattle was anchored off port toy the pilot at a little before 11 o'clock. She paseed Diamond Head Iwt wa not seen. The, first to see her lights was Captain Ben "Vhltney of tfie pilot house, and he saw her when sfee was off the harbor at about It o'clock. It is trap tlmt the vessel was not known generally to be coming here, latl nevertheless she should have been reported when she was o.r the signal station. She might have been a regular asail steamer ahead of time or a reasel in distress. The board of public works has employed a man to be on the lookont for vessels nearing port and to report them when tney are off Koko Head or the signal station. It is hard to expect a man to watch twenty-four fcottre. The man at present in charge like other hum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 January 1901

l05 i .j 3 1 1 . ? 4 i RUBBER IS 1 HARD CROP TO EU WE Experiments in Cen-v ' tral America and Elsewhere. BIG PROFIT WHEN SUCCESSFUL CURIOUS EXPERIENCE OF PLANT- ERS IN TRYING TO GROW r THIS CROP. Difficulties Met in Attempting to Get a Supply cf Rubber from Cultivated Plantations Hov the Trees Are" Planted. ANT people nay be surprised to learn that there m is still a raw product that manfinds just as difficult to obtain as it was a hundred years ago; in fact it is harder to obtain than ever before. This is the milk of a Try insignificant looking tree, growing in great quantities over tboutands of square miles. The tree ftwlf i6 entirely generous; liquid follows the incision; a wait of twenty-four hours for the milk to harden and a man has the equivalent of a day's wagos. This white liquid, after x- jKsure to hern with many species to that of the sun alone and without any further treatment, gives 33 per cent of Its bulk in pure ruboer. Despite this, the world cannot obtain a tithe of...

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