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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 January 1901

-T-i r - tLV""'?'' "J " c ... ., . - six- THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN', TUESDA JANUARY ioot. pjy lrsTniGroriiT TO HIU.. 0 SJREE1 ELECTRIC LINE WOULD CONNECT WITH TRAMWAY TERMINUS. Proceedings May Be In xtttuied Against a Family on Ka Xihi Street Other Matters Con sidered by Gov. Dole's C S. Desky, owner of the Pacifit Height, electric line, -wants to, connect the. monntaln road with the termlnuF al the male tramway Hue on Kuuanu xtrccL He submitted a petition tc the Executive Council yesterday ask ins for a right of way across the pub oc land between Nuuanu street and the Pacific Heights power house. The petition was' accompanied by a map showing the proposed location of tnc cor ting line. The distance be twfn Uw terminus of the roads is aVut one-fourth of a mile. The Execntire Council took no action on tbe matter but referred it to 4, -V for InYesUgauoa. V map was submitted by Mr. ss showing the proposed chaa fs n the limits of King street, from ttf N'.'unau stream to tbe Railroad -pot...

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. — 22 January 1901

8 fc 3COCO0O09W90W?0 Iai X EVHlSal3li V A, - llll I II ! c Hanan's Shoes B I. Arliimloii Block. ', THIS HAS GOT TO BE AX EVERY - DAY CALL WITH US I NewTfuston?ers are onr rig to "us even-day calling Tor these They see others wearing them; they see the Style and Fit'ol them; thev know their repu tation, ana tneywaut hem. : : : : : aMMtB sTsAOnly a few loft. 1. ETONCE SALE LtflDlES' :b IVLUSIilJSL Our entire Stock, consisting of NflsMsrowinis Corset Covers Sklrtcfaeinniiies T.'HTliriC KILLEA w "i ruMio Come early I Hotel Street, kirts HAS BEEN REDUCED TO PRICES THAT ARE BOUNDTO MAKE THIS SALE A SUCCESS - 3.. CALL EARLT As the line will be broken in a few days; $s$$$s$$ss$ss.wssgsi ct New York Dental .Parlors. "Room 4. Elite BuHdfng, Hotel Streets THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS. No More Dread of the Dental Chair. Any work that should not prove will be attended to free of charge any time within 5 years. "We are making a specialty of gold crowns and bridge work; the most beautiful, painless and ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 January 1901

N 'I adjacent to this post. They have had no schooling whatever, and to, commence in any language they would havo to start from the beginning. At prsant they know only their own Ian guage and a little Spanish, but they as well as the Zambcaugabs.j evince a1 groat quickness for learning English. The Moro school Is only but it is an experiment that may give us allies in the future w o will do much for us In maintaining the peace and quiet m this part of the island that now exists." Capt. John A. "Wagner. 31st Infantry, located in another part of Mindanao, says: "I recommend, that scliools be established at Pagaaga and Catel. and at other towns as soon is possible. These people seem to be very anxious forreducaUon.L. Even among the Stilus, supposed to oe the least promising of the new-Americans, army officers have started schools. Maj. OweniJ. Sweet. 23d Infantry, tells of one at Jolo and of another to be opened as soon as the new school house Is'finlsbed. The attendance is "the capaci...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 January 1901

v 3S s - - Evva , f ---7? "..J i' ' "" Sf ''V- "1 J - r. rttt 2$ rf J f ...feSL' , sv .... ' o? :?s ''- .1 s "A THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLUME II, SO. 103 HONOLULU. H. T.. TVEDXESDAT, JiSTART 23. 1901 PKTCE 1TVE CETTS 4 1 t. ?! 7 mm ot at JiCKSOH DiT B&NQUET Mildly Sets Aside the Crown of the Candidate. JOURNALISM IS HIS FORTE HOW THINKS HE CAN GIVE MORE AID TO OTHERS THAN TO HIMSELF. Declares That Those Who Failed to Note For Htm Can Have No Part In Any Reorganization of the Democratic Party. CHICAGO, Jan. 3. William J. Bona was the guest of honor at the annual banquet of the Chicago Bryan .League, which was neld tonight at tne Sherman house. It had been planned by the local Democrats that a reception to Mr. Bryan should be made part of'the day's proceedings, but late In the afternoon a telegram was from him saying that it would be Impossible for nim to reach the city until late in the evening, and the reception was therefore auandoned. Mr. Bryan did not arrive until and was d...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 January 1901

' . . TWO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23. 1901. fSfefi rrra .1 i-v - KA A LONG S jt m steaaier John S. Kimball from THE by way of Neah Bay yesterday afternoon after a wry rsh trip from the North. Th ? vessel it will be remembered sUrted lor this port early In the m nth of December and had to put to k to Seattle for repairs, as In the tcntljle into which she ran. she sprang her stern post and took a. good deal of wator through the Etrainl part. Captain Thwing, who is In command of tne Kimball, says that had It not been that m her cargo there was a good deal ot l!m0 nc would not have put back, but would come right on to Honolulu. Lim bong a very dangerous cargo to carry in .1 wooden vessel when It gets wet, he thought it wisest to return and fcsw the necessary repair made. The vrssol was detained fwelTe days in S attle, most of the time being spent in iiscbarging and reloading the When tne cargo was put out it wis found that several barrels of the lino was wet and burn...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 January 1901

"4t r Ji - "V. r .rrar r r ti niia in iir hi Tim in mi i i rffffrTTTrHrIBMBBHMBMrHI WE WANT TO DO YOUR 'LAUNDRY AND WE WE CAN SATISFY YOU BECAUSE We have pure laundry soap, specially manufactured by the Troy Laundry Machinery Co. for laundry use. This will not injure the finest fabric, and goods washed with it are entirely free from odor. We use Pure Artesian Water from our own well on the premises. We do not use chemicals (which will injure fabrics) in the washing machines. Soiled linen in contact with wood in the process of washing. Our working machines are alt polished brass and cannot become permeated with disease germs. Our other machines are all of the very latest invention and are guaranteed not to tear or injure fabrics Our employes have long experience in the various branches of the work in which they are-'employed, and thoroughly undersand the treatment that each particular fabric requires. They reside in our own cottages, which are kept scrupulously clean and sanitary. .e...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 January 1901

h3 vjr vr?fpB9w "f95!? - v - v - .- i THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 23. igor, ;- FOUR THE HONOLULU KLTUBL1CA.N. Published Every Morning Except Mon-'ar by the Root. Grieve Publishes Company. Limited. iXJWIN S. GILL - EDITOR YELEPHONES. Cosines Offiex Main 218 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Entered at the Post 03ce at" Honolulu. H. T., as mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier....- .75 One Year, by Mall 8.00 Six Months, by Mail 4.00 Three Months, by Mail or Carrjer 2.00 HONOLULU, H. TM JAN. 23,' XJ1. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Mtt.lroum TMnjvraW "1 lecrros. ' MftximuH. TemiwrMtti C. hcr?s. ' Bar- (lp.m.; fJHn;. :ncb, ap to a. m. Km Dew Point for Ow MU ItolftllTe mil' FtoKwusr res Too at. I .-hi cnd wtth ofcoiil mltor ytaowere. AN EXAMPLE FOR HONOLULU. Tb- newly organized Merchants Ex Uange bus a golden opportunity to -how its usefulness and vane to l'.nolulu. The old Chamber of Com-&: haa been so long seized with fj. dry rot that people hare ceasjd t) xpect anything of it...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 January 1901

t r -Vw iKimi J FOR RENT. COTTAGES STORES ROOMS On the premises of THE SANITARY STEAM lvUNDRY CO., LTD, between South and Queen Streets. The buildings will be supplied with hot and eold water and electric lights. Artesian water. Perfect sanitation. Rents reasonable. For particulars apply to J. LIGHTFOOT, On the premises, or at Jbe office of J. A. Magoon. Busines. men will tell yon that an ad in The Republic- 4 an brings good results be- f cBe the people rd it zy 3&" ;" tf Y ,T- ,'?'5jr ' 51 MS" z -" -. ""' &3? H5?c:. JSf',, ''- 5- 4 ."- sf Kf J ! .' V THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1901. FIVE it sr.sa a. I yt m &&. Z?l LAW?NC, 32SeS2HS2H5HS2SH52SH5H5HSH5H5E5cSH5E5B5H5Z5H5Z -i H L HONOLULU. x2S$23 j jh 790 DIFFERENT ARTICLES TO rjfOfJSE FROM WHEX ZQOKISG FOR 80METHISG GOOD TO EAT. We have jnst received some fine lines of . . . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, GAME Also a full line of ( MEATS, FISH, Etc suitable for lunches. Salter & Waity i&Mfe CLOTH...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 January 1901

tv Vjaa v ?'-: srx THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY,. JANUARY 23. toor. COUNTY G01KINT IS F1BED iH UN People Meet to Discuss Needed tion. TELEPHONE COMPANY'S DIVIDEND LARGE LOT OF COFFE AWAITING SHIPMENT TO EASTERN MARKET. Residents of Protest Against Proposed Removal and Repair of an Old Building for a School House Needed Rain. Special Correspondence. DISTRICT OF KONA, Hawaii, Jan 15. The advent of the legislative ses sion te employing the thoughts of lee ward Hawaii, and In consequence a meeting was beld on the 12th at Kona, for the purpose of ascer taining the needs and wi8bfs or the local electorate. Most of the representative people of the twin diactricts were in attendnce and committees were appointed to report later upon the paramount Issue of county government and the attitude of our people thereon, as (ell -as upon the road, wharf and public necessities of North and South Kona. Some of the sugar Interests wish to push a pier out at Kallua Bay, but the sontiment of others ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 January 1901

-4 J $ H ' J 3 8 X 7 yCOOQQOOOOOOOOCVCQOOOOOOOOt x c Kory- Arlington Block. am SALE -.-' -Jl -.; i 'A . T - SS??.' CU- " CALL Christmas sale, them at n fnw loft. Tc7 -J fflSS II. f Hanan's Shoes THIS HAS GOT TO BE AN "EVERY DAT CALL WITH US New Customers are coming to us every " day. calling forthese Thev see others wear- ing them; they see the k-1 iinrf Fit of them: they know their tation, and tliey want them. : : : : : HO SHOE MADE HAS .BETTER VALUE, G8EATER COMFORT, OR MORE STYLE YlGlnemy' s Shoe Store I SOLE AGENTS, $5 SsS3B J vJ. jm , 1 - - k. -- V -- --! . -5 ... .-to ,i'7'. A tew Ms New and o the latest styles ,1 IT iMU niTiKild iwnmrca fhnf wore left over from our We will offer vmwm m ks UUIS U VJUi x aw v Come E. K1LLM ii i i m J. ti loici airaug ANNUAL LtflDIES' 5' JVlUSLiITl TjifiDEHMEflr Our entire Stock, consisting of Nightgowns .Skirts Corset Covers Sk5rtcfaeimflse Drawers HAS BEEN REDUCED TO PRICES THAT ARE BOUND TO MAKE THIS SALE A SUCCESS EARLY As the line will be b...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 January 1901

f v -- -i. -V vagjE'TV "" "-' V&$Jf '?-"- ye Jf - !--'-SP: Jf ' -" " f ; - -' .- l EIGHT THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY" 3r , Call and See Our Selection Before Going Elsewhere, as OFFER YOD THE INGEST GOMiEGTIOH OF DRESS GOODS, ETC, Ifl T0Wfl With the tremendous quantities we buy and the universal prices that go along with big buying we are able to display the most original, exclusive and Newest Styles and Patterns ft pri;e5 Far BeIou; My otl?er stor XA1XSOOKS... MADRAS SWISSS MULL. sr 4. & News of the Town. A. W. Carter Is contemplating the orection of a seaside residence at Mrs. .lellis, loo Beretania street, advortises for a machine operator and forolady. W. G. Cooper of the First National Dank is again at his desk after a severe illness. The tennis courts of the Beretania Tennis Club on Young street are almost ready for use. The ' list of the names of officers of the Sanitary Steam Laundry Co. Is published in this issue. A. X. Kepoikai is .numbered among the...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 January 1901

SZZOn'vf 'pfi f -"Y !?- W "'- S. TrIKfr P& 4 ; ? fs 5lO 3W , . . f - 1 -v " - fc i?"v "J ,SA .. y HE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. PRI3E FIVE CENTS HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1901 volume ir, xo. 194 1 t fi l M w N v ! l. r STATUS OF Hill tfTERjrailN To Be Decided by the United States Supreme Court. THE GROSSMAN CASE PRESENTED ABLE ARGUMENT OF WICKHAM SMITH FOR THE APPELLANT. Ridicules Contention That Constitution Can Only Be Operative In Annexed Territory Alter Congress Has Extended It There. WASHINGTON, Jan. 14. When the "hearing had been completed in the other cases Involving the connection of the United States with the insular poesesfitons the case of George W. Crossraan et al.. appellants, vs. The United States, was called today. . This case is one covering the entry of goods from Hawaii, consisting of wbiskv. brandy and jam, at the custom house at New York, April2G, 1300, and Is the only Hawaiian case in the list Duty was assessed under the proAs'ions" of the Dlngley law...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 January 1901

r h V 1- ' - ' - 'ViV "$& -.v-5-.- TWO THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY. JANUARY 24. 1901. ?.?.A- 4 5L. S ft izl iijl V. .f - & fi'JNflo " - ljVw . Vs3 IE "" v s,a $3 mm urea irn mHE Zealandia which will arrive J hre Friday morning will bring another lot ef Porto Weans or the- plantation on Maui and Hawaii. Latt account in th San Franci-o pajxis say that reral carloads of the immigrants were being held at Wads-worth, a station of the Southern Pacific Railroad, in Nevada. If this is so and th Porto Ricans are not- better with clothes than the last tot were, there has been a great deal of among them in the cold climate of Nevada. At this time of the year Nevada is not the most pleasant place in the world to dwell, especially if one has not the proper clothes to keep warm in. The steamer Helene of the Wilder which wa to iiare left here yesterday for the other islands was heid pendfn the arrival of the Zealandia. and as soon as the mail steamer arrives the Immigrants will be pu...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 January 1901

1 A' i -i r f ? f f WE WANT TO DO YOUR LAUNDRY WORK AND WE KNOW THAT WE CAN . SATISFY YOU BECAUSE We have pure laundry soap, specially manufactured by the Troy Laundry Machinery Co. for laundry use. This will not injure the finest fabric, and goods washed with it are entirely free from odor. We use Pure Artesian Water from our own well on the premises. We do not use chemicals (which will injure fabrics) in the washing machines. Soiled linen never comes in contact with wood in the process of washing. Our working machines are all polished brass and casnot become permeated with disease germs. Our other machines arc all of the very latest invention and are guaranteed not to tear or injure fabrics. Our employes have long experience in the various branches of the work in which they are employed, and thoroughly undcrsand the treatment tl.jt each particular fabric requires. They reside in our own cottages, which are kept scrupulously clean and sanitary. We do plain mending and sew on fcutlc...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 January 1901

mr t i ni mn mmmti tfi iMWMHMIIM - v 1 FOUR THE HOXOLtXU REP L'BUCAN, THURSDAY, JAXUARY 24, 1901. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Published Ererr Morning Except br the Robt. Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. ZDWIN S. dLL. EDITOR TELEPHONES. Business Offtcv. . . Main 218 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu, H. T as maiL . SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 1'er Month, by Carrier... ? .75 One Year, by Mall .00 Six-Months, by Mall v. 4.00 Throe Months, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T, JAN. 24, i'JQl. . WEATHER YESTERDAY. Ken Twnrwatun 72 7 4crr4. Mmlniam iesWs. MnxtaioiB 77. BronMr 0 At f p. m. ; Irrej:alAr. JlUif &H-o.; lacbw, itft to 9 n. m. JWf.n Dew Vvtm lor tli Dir 1.S MrOB KetnUre HaraMHr WINDS. NorttwAM I toi; entbr dear. FOHKUKT FOR TODAT. ItaCNtar Kades (tad (air wtlier. The constant complaints against the present superintendent of the leper settlement wouia indicate that it te time the board of health made a change. Clearly w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 January 1901

y r l--. "- -1- ""- '" rf ? " .1 j - - -Ve" ' o,VV!V , "..- lv . H?? - - V '.x t 'S..J- v . u THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24. 1901. FIVE mnm4k mSm 'SiV"' $8 v25L Li 4WZ LAWffENCE. and guarantee not to shrink them No Chinamen Employed. OFFICE 503 Hotel Street PHOME 583. FOR RENT. COTTAGES r STORES ROOMS On the premises of THE SANITARY STEAM CC X.TD, 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. LlGHTFOOT, Oa the premise, or at ine office of J. A. Magooh. Business men will tell jo that an ad la Tfc i a fcria - IIMIW M- Wi 1901 -- YOU WILL NEVER HAVE A BETTER CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY EASIER THAN BY INVESTING IN A SUIT WHILE THE PRICES ARE DOWN SO LOW. THE PRICES ARE DECIDEDLY "OFF." FINE CASHMERE, FINE CHEVIOT AND FINE WORSTED SUITS. FINE BECAUSE THEY ARE MADE OF DURABLE MATERIAL BY SKILLED WORKMEN, AND THERE IS NOT A SUIT IN THE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 January 1901

mvnox. jan. G. 'ine Government has decided to send large to Lord Kitchener, and the -war office In carrying out this decision has determined to enlist 5,000 yeomanry volunteers. At a meeting held at the war office this afternoon this plan and otnrs for securing more men were discussed and approveu, and it is un derstood that the government vm in the course of a day or two issue a communique on the subject The casualty list shows that there ha hn n. severe eneacement. with a Paget has taken his force to Pretoria to rellL Many of tne men are suffer ing from enceric fever. Three hundred uoers captured a small British convoy at Bronkhurstspruit, near Pretoria, but made oti" after liberating the prisoners. General Brabant, while addressing a conference of mayors at Cape Town, said the authorities were anxious to keep the war away from cape Town if possible, but Mat the only hope of doing this lay in sending 10,000 men to the front. He urged that no precautions should ue omitted to preven...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 January 1901

4 5 c 5 $ s (c A ? u i WW Hanan's Shoes I ilPP SOLE AGENTS, or Ki- m i. Arlington Block. THIS HAS GOT TO BE AN EVERY DAY CALL WITH US New Customers are coining to us even-day calling for these coo others wear er the $ thev know their reputation, and they want Hiem. :::': NO SHOE MADE HiS BETTER VALUE, GREATER COMFORT, OR BORE STYLE MGlnerns Shoe Store A few REDUCED i Bats Now and of the latest styles and that were left over from our Christmas sale. We will offer them at RILLII wo iMWiO v;0nly a few left. Gome Hotel Street. I m I 8 e I I 3 Q 5 i f B s? I O HW A . 1 I CLEARANCE ISALE ' -v.- r; 1 t$ jjSftWW LiRDIES' Urit)E$WER$ Our entire Stock, consisting of Nightgowns Skirts Corset Coders - SkSrtcIheinniSses Drawers HAS BEEN REDUCED TO PRICES THAT ARE BOUND TO MAKE THIS SALE AT SUCCESS CALL EARLY As the line wilLbe broken in a few days. f j. i "SS--: " && j j hf"ir' '" - - - TT. - ' -- , JU - SEVEN THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24. IQOI. New York Dental Parlors. ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 January 1901

1 With the tremendous quantities we buy and the universal prices that g o along with big buying we are able to display the most original, exclusive and Newest Styles and Patterns ft prKes Far Belou; M otl?er stor NAINSOOKS... MADRAS SWISSS MULL. PARIS (Tex.), January 14. The most romantic wedding that eer occurred in Texas too- place yesierdayj evening at Clarsvllle. 30 miles east of Paris. Miss Mamie Smith, an heiress from Hnnolmu. aged 19. was married to Emmet Burke, aged 20. son of n Texas and Pacific section foremnn oetween Paris and Clarksvlue. David Smith, the father of the bride, while engaged in the general merchandise business eighteen years ago at Tishomingo, l. T.. oruereu ub quantities of goods from St. Louis and Chicago houses on time, converted them Into cash 'and left the country jrith 5100,000. He turned up in the Hawaiian Islands. In a few years he became the owner of vast coffee and sugar estates, obtained valuable concessions from the Government and this the first...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 January 1901

."" -T' - ,-?-" p 3r f vW!rv"'3 ' tfS1 ,. ,. "' .-S-W ' " t . m Z2tt.2n,"' .--V--' V"--? ' Hfc irrtULuX TvAtMl, ,0 J mst; ,0 f"B J-- -.. Jl - t .?-- r ' - THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. $: VOLUME II. XO. 1H5 HONOLULU, H. T., rRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1901 PRI'TE VIVE CENTS FIREWALKERS AM) POLICE HAVE A PLEASMT TDDE Fight and Fake to Their Hearts' Content While the Public Gets the Laugh. Corporal Murray Calls tlie Bluff of the Managers of the Fake and After Being Ejected Makes a Speech from a "White-Hot" Rock. ...... ...m - It 1.. !.. r.Mti.rtnlniu1 till CTFloll Prfltfll llf Distil all-Mi laae ana a meiv ni kuhikuuku m ... .. - A gullible people who did not take the warning cf Tho Republican and went out to see Papa IU. the ancient fraud fo:n Tahiti, do his stunt of walking oa warm stones. gullible people who did not take the warning of The Rer lbilcau and went out to see Pap lta, the ancient fraud from Tahiti, do his bturi of walking on stones. , Tboe were the entertaining features of the perfo...

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