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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 January 1901

J3GHT i Tor the Ladies: WHO WILL AID A HELPLESS BABY 1 'Who will help a poor little stranger to have an evon chance with its more fortunate Brothers anu sisters in the raoe of life?" asked Dr. E. C. Water-house last nignt. The case is one fiiat is worthy of consideration and one in which I am much interested. The mother of the little one who omos fnfo the world with such a IcAvy handicap Is a Mrs. Agnes King and she lives on Cook near Queen streot. The child is the survivor of a. pair of twins which made their several weeks before the -visit of the siork was expected. The llttlo one is perfectly formed and tlioro is no circumstance connected 1th the case that precludes the possibility of the unfortunate little fellow's living. All that is necessary is for some of the good ladies of this city to takesuflicreni interest in the case to see that the child receives the most tender care during the next few lays. That will tell the tale and if tho child cannot survive, little will he In an...

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. — 31 January 1901

iSf .'? THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN p&LinrE u, m 200 HOXOIXTLTJ, H. T., THURSDAY, JAXUAEX 31, 1901 PR?7E YIYE CENTS Britain's Queen Lies Dead! Long Live the King! .V' 4 t. 7 Placidly, Like Her Victoria Passes Great The End Came at Osborne House Where Her Death-Bed Was Surrounded By Almost All of Her Sorrowing Descendants. The Nation Is Stunned. Isle of Wight. January 23. Queen Victoria is dead and Edward COWES. The greatest event In the memory of this generation. the atoet Stupendous change in existing conditions that could be imagined, has taken place quiotly, aimort gently, upon the anniversary of the death of the Queen's father, the Duke of Kent. The end of this career, never equaled by any woman in the world's history, earns In a simply furnished room in Osborne House. This most respected woman, living or dead, lay in a great four-posted bed and made a shrunken atom, whoso aged face and figure were a cruel mockery of the fair girl who iu 187 began to rule ovor Lngland. Around he...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 31 January 1901

J3r "v vtjZS. ,v. TWO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 31. igox. W -i 4 'L',4 t "" KL35fcft w ft!N -n?3 k u - r t V -.'. s."oA. i J1 i ljM?A ssau ALONG v E arrival of the Sonoma and ! T he Htmptaong .Maru were tbe 1 "sco kmdfnc iadflents aloaff the yesterday. The fact that - vsel byat the oMer one on n trip was a matter of or- . veryo, the otfiaera of both nctadeC' n.K from srach reports as have cbt In. that the Porto Rfchos brought over to All the - the local laoor market, are well impressed with the Pa- ' me Pacific. Some of those t.t to Maai on the Keaubou ' so thai It was necessary to to induce them to be good. i, plained of everything trom rv to the food. Three Days Late. .. H. !. t tMWn VdOTdr. f ' 'he Sierra left Australia three ThU will iiriag her to this i it February 1st- It Is not x Sat she will mave up much nit- lost by her delay In sail- Gh of Koa Wood. m!o steamer Albion sailed last - the mainland. Her cargo te , of empty bottles and Koa Th- logs will be sent...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 31 January 1901

i nlvaj of the Sobooui and HoMHubc Mam were the Um JUIrroao wharf i4dut lattidVnUi atoa? the ' eaierda. The fact tha 1 bearf the otter one an trip w matter of tor 'jom, lb oftaaero of both frrwB such resort a have in, that Che Porto Rlejtas 'ronjtal over to fill the local laoor market, are 11 impressed vita the Pi Pkctflr gome at thorn? . taisl liH.l . 1. . 11 K.itivw it a lust halt aflr at mi'ti when the gang blai Mn r was wt down. Que two day out, she tv seas, ninulng at ete a hoar Aflor this, fcer i-v sach smoother. ,d s .; ' a. kslf knots, aat.tr a Aa&4 or ume. n r' v nUif Mwjr. CoasWIu'Ie wl fei jpHt&tf: tii ai tiu .f m J Ht&ffr0 NCT1 tmi &iH4Httf 3?f ml i m mts4h it- v Brewers wharf to the north side of .The Eel) Telephone Company ha paid Protosor Michael L Jospin iSW. 00 for bis matin! f telepnonin Tfce dredger at Xavy -wharf will be basy for tan qr mot at leanc It majr be a month before the work of cleaning ovt the alip is flnisheL The Californlan is disenars...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 31 January 1901

.-!WJ- J-. sv r TWO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1901. WiLrfMrn W li Unfti ir4'4 !jE arrival of the Sonoma and ! T he Hoorkong Mam were the o loading i&craenu aioac ise - '-- nt estenl8r. The fact that u " -nel bt the oWer one on ' . n trip vns a matter of . cryoaa, the rtfiers of both nctadeC' :, from mtch report aa nave - .Rht In. that the Porto Rlcim -1 . - brouKhl over to All the , th local iaoor market, are woll impree with the Pa- I t Pfific Some of those .M to Maui on the Keaahou . t ' .-; thai It was neceaaarr to i induce th(MR to be good. i j.lained of everything from to the food. z """hrec Days Late. amp by tne Sonoma Sierra left Australia three Thia will bring her to thte i f February lat. It la not .x- j t'.at she will mmce up much I ro. loat by her delay In sail-! S' pe"t of Koa Wood. t steamer Albion sailed last ' thp mainland. Her cargo i6 , nf empty bottle and Koa Tl,- loaa will be sent East r a order immediately up-n arrival in San Francisco. "...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 31 January 1901

4 THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY. JANUARY 31, ipor. h -i - -,. v WE WANT TO DO YOTJE LAUNDRY WORK AND WE KNOW THAT WE CAN SATISFY YOU BECAUSE PHONE : 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 pannot become permeated vith disease germs. Our other machines are all guaranteed not to tear or injure fabrics. Our employes have long experience in the various branches of the work in which they a-e employed, and thoroughly undersar.d the treatment that each particular fabric requires. They reside in our own cottages, which are kept scrupulously clean and sanitary. te do plain mending...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 31 January 1901

--- t&sweS?.' . - T ft? t P FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, JAXlTAPY jr, tx5. THE HONOLULU kEPUBLICAN. Published Every Morning Except Mon-. ay b tne Rofet. Grieve Publishing CoiapJQv, Limited. ZDWIX S. GILL EDITOR YELCPHONES. Amines Offic Main 218 Editorial Rocrr.s Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building . I Eauni at the Po Office at Hono- j I lulu, H. T- a malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier 5 .75 One Year, by Kail S.OO Six MoMir. by Mail 4.00 Three Months, by Mail or Carrier 2.06 HONOLULU, 11. T JAN. 81, IU01. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Www TmofxTstarv o ' Amn. Mlofanaoi TmrxiMBf lccn. UulaH gTrf. 9 n at p m ; 1 1 t'.nl JtrlUM, ap v t . m. Ua lw FMat for the Day -M . Kmi WIXB6. 1 !.- :-, wt J u,o. cloudy; baary " - ibbirrrnlnj;. MM'iO Rhmomst torn Toat. .. n, A4dy; prottjraom'iKrxnk VICTORIA, R i. The oeaUt of no otner monarch or j person in the world could have called , t rth such universal grief as the death Victoria. Queen of Great Britain ami Ireland and Empres...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 31 January 1901

S4! lsa5E5252ra5Z5ZS2SaS25ES25EE525 IB "Si AILEY'S IKE ITS Only tititt?i WPX " M.A " ."ESHSZSHSZSHSESZSHSZSaSHSHSZSZSaSHSZSZSHSESHSHSHSZSES f ;cs vA y - AS H HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. THURSDAY. JANUARY 31, 1901. FIVE t H$ v k ' c H Y r v - Av. i . - J!hmffl&& mi Iffam teMJm&iL VJP &&&$&& HONOLULU. 1901 DIFFERENT ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROif niiEX FOR SOilETlIfSG GOOD TO BAT. "We have jnst received some fine Hues of . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, Also a fnll line of MEATS, FISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. LOOKLS'G GAME I Salter AWaity ; Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. J oi S2I feL mm LmMB CLOTHING REDUCTIONS -- 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 LOT UNDER $12.50 in "Value. Your Choice for $8.50 and $1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 31 January 1901

MmyfiHlMi''iwlHMl Hn,l SIX THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1001. CIIK1 ASKS FOR HUGH BETTER TERMS DIPLOMATIC AGREEMENT HAS BEEN FINALLY DELIVERED TO THE POWERS . Kwong Su Wants to Get Back That Moans Rheumatism. Sore and swollen joints, sharp shooting pains, torturing muscles, no rest, no sleop. That means rheumatism. It Is a stubborn disease to fight but Chamberlain's Pain Balm has conquered It thpusands of times. It will do so whenever the opportunity is offered. Try iL One application re lieves the pain. For sale by Benson Smith & Co., General Agents for Territory of Hawaii. Notice to Stockholders 'IvBpoctnl mooting or the arspf Thp Robert Grieve PubUshlDS utmiMny, Ltd., is called for Thursday, January 31st, 190t, at 4 o'clock p. m., at the office of J. Alfred 3Jaoon. By F. E. Thompson. President. EDWIN S. GILL, Scretary. lotion Sale of Delinquent Stock IK THE TERRITORY STABLES GO., Ltd. ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1901 AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, At my salesroom 65 Quee...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 31 January 1901

! S i s 8 I 8 I 1 8 8 xxoo90veoceoooooQeoGooc90'.yoo 5 LJmV Li"c i naiiciii o jiiuco? 1 M I PjfijTi " C xC3SJ SooA SOLE AGENTS, ; ssv iSV.fi THIS HAS GOT TO BE AX EVERY DAY CALL WITH US They see others wearing them; they see the Stvle and -Kit of thein: they knovr HO SHOE MM HAS BETTER VALUE, G3EJIEB COMFORT, 0 WORE STYLE IMGlnerny's Shoe Store V&CXXKKXZXKXAK&Z (KKCKXyCtCyOOOCXCKXy A few Hate New and of the latest styles and REDUCED Our entire Stock consisting of .,-, .-... lows that were left over from our Christmas sale. We will offer them at PRUTI H pOnly a few left. Come IIS 1 1 Arlington Clock. ANNUAL mm Corset Covers Skirtchemises Drawers HAS BEEN REDUCED TO PRICES THAT ARE BOUND TO MAKE THIS SALE A. SUCCESS GALL EARLY As the line will be broken in a few days St JL Hotel Street. CLEARANCE 5AL liflDIES JWTJSIilJi 8 y -1 - i 8 ' I v 8 w. ' h $ Room THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1901 New-York Dental Parlors. Elite Building. Hotel Street. "THE DENTAL SPECI...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 31 January 1901

Wtl i Z SGHX Tor the Ladies: Stanford University Is to have anew "wter supply. W" TwJ. ir,i .i.n hi p. tl flu mmtffm ! OLAA COMrANY MEETING. Date is Changed and Election of Officers Postponed. Not much business was done at the annual meeting of the Olaa Sugar Company yesterday. In accordance wih the general practice of planting corporations adopted laieiy, the bylaws were changed to make the annual meeting fall in February. As the reports of the treasurer and the manager were not ready for presentation, the election of officers was postponed until an adjourned meeting to be held on February 2i. Mark P. Robinson, president, being absent the vice-president, B. F. Dillingham, filled the chair. Artesian Well . Begun. Yesterday afternoon McCandless Brothers took the first steps towards digging the long contemplated artesian well at the Naval The work is being done under the supervision of the officers of the United States Army located here, although the principal benefits to be derived f...

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

X r t i Hf K . ' - - Rj 4 a -'- f' i -v: v THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN OLXDIE II, NO. 201 HONOLULU, B. T., FRIDAY. JrEERUAEY 1, 1901 PRT4TE TTE CENTS POSTOFFICE STBUBS Mi OUTSIDE Custom House Staff Is Drawn Upon for Sorting Mail. POSTMASTER OAT UNPERTURBED INSPECTOR ROBINSON CONTENDS, THAT CLERKS ARE WELL TREATED HERE. r. Hambrook Stands Up For FUI Rights of Employes Under Posh) Regulations Places of Strikers Offered New Men. TTae tx clerks who walked out of ifce postoAce Wednesday evening, as fjfsiaied In yesterday's Republican, bare stayed oat. Postmaster Oat did te best he con.- to obtain substitutes for the strikers, sod to some extent succeeded, so that the incoming paper nail by tke Sonoma could be , ed and the outgoing mail by u.e Zea- Iiutdia for San Francisco and by the Hongkong Maru for the Orient be made up in time. iftie Republican yesterday gave the case o f the strikers from themselves. Jlelow It aires statements by Post- Master Ost and Inspector Robinson. tHbpldec a farth...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 February 1901

- jrF ?& vfsv? THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY i, ioor. TWO f k A -L y -l I -Tr- . ik "-. h urn in i wv - Bz258 JtzlJI rsssa. Aim v & vmi the leaving of tie Sonoma ! WITH Hongkong Mam. it will , be eight days before another steamer from the Mainland visits us. j A transport. Manila-bound, leaves San ' Franinco thte morning, and it will, no I doabt. arrive here abont the name Ume as the China and the Mariposa. The Sierra is doe today from the Colonies. The Nippon Mara is also slated for today. The hue freighter, Calif mitan. is attracting as much attention from landsmen as from the sea-doge. Yesterday a large number of people visited the Railroad -wharf, and tboe w"ho wete fortunate enough to be invited on board were well pleased with what titer bw. She ia now taking on sugar. Prom this port sdj sal Ik to Hik to complete her cargo. There is a big demand for sailors along the front. Desertions from vessels are going on all the time. The Falls of Oarry. the Roland and...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 February 1901

VT WE WA1STT TO DO YOUR LAUNDRY AND WE " WE : 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 Vater 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 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 'tfP treatment that each particular fabric requires. They reside in our own collages, which are kept scrupulously clean and sanitary. We do plain mending and sew on buttons free of charge, i We call for and deliver ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 February 1901

- POUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY r, igou THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Published Every Morning Except Monday b the Root. Grieve Publishing Gompiar. Limited. DWIN S. GILL, - EDITOR YELEPHONES. Cosiness Office Main 218 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau ost Building Entered at Qw Poet CQlce at Honolulu, 1L T., as malL. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier..... $ .75 One Year, by Mall S.00 Six Mcfc. by Mall 4.00 Tare itootHs, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T FEB. 1. IW1. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Umw 6 0 WnM. MlataMMB lcres. Mi1aira TiPritirr IS. 4yMe. HmrmotVT9 W at . m. : rtunlf. . :acbc. op to f iu jn. VMM ! Xvlnttr MataMttr wixne. Wt v S: eUmdr mmt touBCAtrr ro Tooat. Light winda, wnatter clear. THE POSTOFFICE STRIKE. The poatofltee strike te rather a serious matter for the people of Honolulu. 'le ia onlooker it would Metu as if the trouble might bare been easily averted by the exercise of a little tart and Judgment. Everyone know that the men employed in the...

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

(ft ' T I Only 1901 DTFPKJ&tirr ARTICLES To mttnsE FROX WJIEX LOQKISG FOR (iHhTlirSG GOOD TO EAT. "We have just received pome fine lines of . ? TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, GAME f Also a full line of J MEATS, PISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. Salter AWaity ! TI (RftO Block. Grocers. Orpheum vji uui o. a lock of her hair but that was onougj to attract much at-ton at the fashionanle ballroom. There wre many ladies there, but none so charming Xone so attractive. Her hair was her beauty. Other dresses as rich, other taces as pjstty, other dancers as perfect, but no other hair bo becomingly dressed; and the lady was the center of attraction. It s always so. Before you go to the ballroom opera or party. Call and see THE MISSES DE LARTIGUE, Leading Halrdresseic, v 10S5 Alakea Street, Opp. Y. M. a A. Jas. F. TdOROAK, Pres. Clcil Ukowx, Vice-Pres. F. Hcstace, Sec Cuas, H. ATUfeRTOX, Auditor. W. H. Hoogs, Treas. and Mgr. HUSTACE & CO ltd. Dealers in FIREWOOD; STOYE. STEAM ind BLACKSMITH M...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 February 1901

SIX THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY i, iQor. GOVERNMENT IS i m m poweb Judge Harrison, of Minnesota, Studies Conditions. KB OF MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT HONOLULU SHOULD HAVE THE POWER TO ACT EX- CLUSIVELY. Koted Jurist Sees Much to Hope For In the Future of Hawaii, But Says Our Present Status Is Far From What It Should Be. ., Among the tourists who are visiting Q .Hawaiian Islands this season are Jadgc A. M. Harrison and wife of where the judge is one of the presMlaj; officer of the District Court. 3Ir. Harrison has been obliged, to seek & milder climate Ikan that of his home and, for the thm being, forego active work in his rmtumiun. White here. Judge baa beea makinj; a study of our JeoaJ farm of government. When asked what the result of his observations of fceeu. he siiid: Tfr people of the Territory of Bawsil hare as good a government as hsr can expect iot the kind of t they have. Its great fault, It to me, lies in the fact that it s tm much a one-man power. The governor...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 February 1901

i, Pt 101OQGOOGG&yoSCOOQOOOOOOQX. 9 C P TO 8 5 Hanan's Shoes m Arlington Block. V THIS HAS GOT TO BE AX EVERY DAY CALL WITH US 2Cew Customers are coming to us 'every day calling for these The see others wearing them; they see the Style and Fit of them; the' know their reputation, and they want hem. : : : : : NO SHOE MADE HAS BETTER HUE, GREATER COMFORT, 0 MORE STYLE fMGlnetTiy's Shoe Store iCroooaoocooooocyoc SOLE AGENTS, XTJ. - Vff; V: A few Date Xew and of the latest styles (111(1 Our entire Stock, consisting of NigMgowes Corset Covers Sklrtdieinnife, tote that were left over from our Christmas sale. We -will ofier them at REDUCED I E. KILUAI HAS BEEN REDUCED TO PRICES THAT ARE BOUND TO MAKE . THIS SALE A SUCCESS CALL EARLY As the Hue will be broken in a few days. . ' 11? 0 1 MjLO JOnly a tew left. Come Hotel vStrcct. NNUAL -' CLEARANCE I SAL IiflDlES' - . JVLUSLilfi New York DantI Parlors. Room 4, Elite Building,- Hotel Street. THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS. No More Dread of the Den...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 February 1901

55 if c -- L 0k. JL fc Mm 'Ml CV M 7 tr m lfJP M f JMk rc yJr m wmvz yumiF mjp m jM srtW Gh: k. T WKtrt i. m fu f i 3ETGHT nrra 4ii 4 FEBMIW TERM'S LONG CALENDAR Continue! from Fifth Pape. A'rihk Melntyre v. . M .Xakuina. imprit CM'Klt v. Lee Lung, trespass. KnJie Avery t. "W. C. King, prosecution. Ctanc Yau v. Ching Hong Co., XHNIt. in re Iit6nsion of Milllnni Street to llKWinuwilR Street ( appeal by Ufsliop Estate. Leon Sbee v. New Zealand Insurance Co., assumpsit Kmiaaka Kekauuba v. Schr. Robert Lewer. (inniagefi. la re Intension of Mililani Street, ppml by William G. Irwin. L K. Ilarrub v. Joint Emnioluth, KmtMH M. Xakuina v. J. H. Scbnack, IreipHMt. Henry Zerbe v The Honolulu Co., IAL. assumpsit. M. Hda v. C. B. Wood ot al Helen A. Holt ot al. v. Andrew Cox i al.. quieting title. Airfu Hrown v. Andrew Bannister, trespass. Maria J. Almeida -. F. J. Tosta, SoL Mahelona v. Luko Kalolo'u, fueling title. Kealakaa v. K&hnoknruoku, quieting M. G. Silvn v. J. A. Magoon, administrat...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 February 1901

"V 'riVA1 vrj THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. roLUirE ii, so. 202 HONOLULU, EL T. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1901 prt't; tve cents iRCd'S SYSTEM FINALLY A SUCCESS The Inter-Island Telegraph About Heady for Business. DEMONSTRATION AT DIAMOND HEAD JTHERE WILL BE SEVEN STATIONS ON THE VARIOUS ISLANDS. Fourteen Operators Finish Their Schooling In the Mysteries of Wireless Telegraphy. They Will Commence Work Next Tuesday. ff V OLOKAI! Molokal! MoW I 1 kai' c tacked the heavy v transmitter of tie Diamond Head station of the ssland Telegraph System yesterday afternoon. company stood breathless for a mo-Blent aad then the delicate receiver began tocUck and the tape from the turning machine ran smoothly from tho little slot beside the machine and fat an Instant a pretty read the message. -I am ready." came the answer. An Instant later, the tape again crept from under the little wheel and tfee telegraphic symbols representing tfte Aeetred letters, issued from the maeMie and the little Ink signs showed th...

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