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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 February 1901

!55v"Sp W , THF HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1901. TWO " TIDES, STJ2T A3TD MOON". V l - 1 J i. D 13 . 13 1 IS i I i s ft jp! T , !.s n Ei - ei s; E -1 ,25W W JL ,1Bt ' i-at txra v.- W ' : f .ua s. ,,. w a, a tsl 1 pv, - fiMaawj - ,- 8t !VV I ' ' ' 1 ll.VHHI I I . - . . - , . - - . . - , . 1 iBes.'Sfi w.w i - i'.'ar T-- f . z. . ivjwor ,- - wnmMmi i&i ft fi D.NifS 0 - - AJt - - u JUMvmm i ' ' MTlfROMI LEXANDER ISEN'IiEHG of n. H. Hackfeld & Co, Ltd, the ageote. and Cupula - n. commander, -will signalize - nee in port of the ptooeer ('imortilin of tbe ,ii Line. by enteruining t uesla at loncheon on board t . .ificent freighter at high noon t n ia an event of preat mo- r ,K- Inauguration of steam com- r n between toe Atlantic and t n- roasta. with Honolulu. Hi ! Kabultti in the Hawaiian Il- ned os toe way. i on of Shipbuilding. ling to iae Nautical Gazette. - now building In the rariouc ' - of the country a grand total gross tons. O fthis. 79.- - Is for the nary, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 February 1901

.l 4 WE WANT TO DO YOUR LAUNDHY 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 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 vashing. Our working machines are all polished j brass and cannot become permeated with disease germs. Our; other machines are all guaranteed not to tear branches of the work in which theyjare 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 do plain mending and sew on buttors free of charge. We call for and deliver all work promptly. Our charges are reasonable. If you telephone around to your home. The Sanitary Steam Lalin...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 February 1901

Ml -i--T-y w FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY zt 1901. - THE HOKOLULU hUPUBLlCAS. Pnblishod EV3WT Morning Except b lae Robt- Grieve Comp37, Limited. DWIN S. GILL EDITOR YELF.PHONES. ulness Offie-. Main 218 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building Eatorod at the Post OSce at Honolulu, H. T., as maiL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier....- .75 One Year, br Mall 3.06 Six Meat:, by Mail 4.00 Throe j.:osths, uy Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T FEB. 2, 1W)1. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Menu J 0 Mhrinm 73 lozrrva. JSnillnBB. Trtnriure T: nmaM4rlMal p . tlity. UkImk. ap to a. n. Una v PutM for Um imr )Im . WI.VDS. rtk to aoatinnM. 1 to 0. wwrtbr vwr clwr. FDBMMtfr TOR TOIMT. (Mm m4 fltfr mm Unit. eoM 1b Um moralnr. WORK FOR THE CABLE. Honolulu hue been risked by a number of people ot more or loss prominence in the United States within the last month and each and every rteltor says: "What you need is & cable to the Mainland.' Visitors proimbty notice the ...

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

l252525ZlEH5ii!i2!i2!i2!r2!i2H FREE Only TPE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2' 1901. FIVE A K K "fc. yWWWfWfMWtWWWWWfWWWI 790 uirrntibl AHT1ULKS TO CHOOSK FPOU H7TFV T.OmcrXi FOR SQXETHISG GOOD TO BAT. TTe have just received some fine lines of . . . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, GAME Also a full line of MEATS, FISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. .Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. -a x - REDUCTIOJSTS -s- YOU WILL NEVER HAVE A BETTER CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY EASIER THAN BY INVESTING IN A SUn 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 $10.00 Also nn Excellent Assortment of Boys' and Children's Suits at Very Low Prices. WMfc - t THE HUB CLOTHING HOUSE, ; Hotel Street, near Fort. HATS, CHPS HND FURNISHING GOODS ! SOLE AGENTS a lock of her hair but that...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 February 1901

z la c s a The Matter Will Be Referred to the Legislature When It Considers the Framing Of a Municipal Char v e ' a a or ter Next Month. TL- fact that tbre is ao place fn 1 .. r which covld bo called a I - L. rary even by stretching & point .-1 U r of the city, is sometimes iihI upon with considerable st r by persons who temporarily irzs: Monoluln their abiding place. U' " ".tics of no more size than this, !-. libraries that are a iif'ir free to anyone desiring to st n" desiring consult the i ibefr abelrns. I- Honolulu Library and Reading I makes some preten" filling the want bat a tingU: c ''p in endeavoring to get in- 1 an from ha tomes and archives, ' by a certificate of :: -hip and a good moral char- s - - sufficient proof that this city z a real Public Library. I - -the rules of the Heading Room A j 1 on a traveler in search of t th would be "up against it" a 1 4. ..gainst it hard, if he put his f ! being ablto cajole the -- f that institution .iuo a belief !.'.'-' ghoufd b...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 February 1901

y -- l L QOGOo,yyyyy3GGooGyyyoooKvyy?& LADIES! a itTlllfiflii rl 1F? 5 NEW DANCING SLIPPERS An Immense flew Stock E SWELLEST STYLES IN i DANCING SLIPPERS EVER SHOWN: White Slippers, in kids and canvas; Ideal Patent Kids, in one, two and three-strap; patent leather " Dora $ Delsarte" and "L'Petite Snndnls rromc of & beauty; all new creations. YOTJ DON'T KNOW WHAT STYLES AB.E un'il you ave inspected our stock tMGlnertiy's Shoe Store VCGCKCCC0CCCC iLoJNrei A few Ms Xew and of the latest styles mi mm that were leit over trom our Christinas sale. We will oft or them at REDUCED PMil ( if jljr iOnly a few left. Come ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE ll IIS II. E. KILUIN Arlington Block. LADIES' pJSMfi UfiDEEflr Our entire Stock, consisting of rlhtgrowmis . , At RSf Hotel Street. Corset Covers kirtcfaeinniises Drawers HAS BEEN REDUCED TO PRICES THAT ARE BOUND TO MAKE THIS SALE A SUCCESS CALL EARLY As the line will bo broken in a few days. g V 1 8 I 8 8 THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUAR...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 February 1901

i EOTT s 1HTERESTING RELICS OF RflNTIN!, ROYIfT ROBIN Presentation to Scottish Thistle Club by Hon. A. S. Cleghorn of Two Letters in Fac Simile. Hob. A. S. Cloghorn has presented the Honolulu Scottish Thistle Club Uk fac similes of two letters written lor Robert Burns. They created lively Intoreat among admirers of the Scottish ban! when first published In 1S9G, ite reproduction of the letters having bcon done by kind permission of R. G. Siliar, graudson of tue person to they were addressed. The addresses are on the outside of the letters when folded, as envelopes bad not come Into vogue in those days. Indeed, the reporter of this presentation, although not an old man, when lottors wore sent in that manner. Those Burns fac similes show marks where the sealing wax came. The first one has a surplus in the name of tho place, Irvine, and bears postal marks of pan and stamp, the Utter Illegible. This is the first letter In order of date: "KUtsland near Dumfries 5th August, 17S9 -My dear ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 February 1901

h r 4ftS flrfiji THr. -v J- f 4. " t - x ,. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. 1Q PAGES voLnrc IE. xo. 203 HONOLULU, B. T., SUSDAY. JrEEBUARX 3, 19)1 PRICE 1TTE CENTS CO-OPERATION IS COMM AMONG CHINESE WORKERS General Contracting in This City Is Largely Done on the Socialistic Plan. Rice Plantations, Cane-Loading Contracts and the Operation of Restaurants and Laundries Are Also Conducted for Mutual Benefit. ISITORS to thme islands often remark on the grant 1 nnmber of Chinese employed by contractors to carry on work done in other part of the world by white men. When along the streets, where building j toing done. or nearly any other sort of improvement te being made, l! may be seen that the laoorers rd are very largely from the rank of the Mongolians. The apparent discrimination against white labor hag sometimes created an Impression in the minds of visitors that the Chinese are preferred to tholr white brethren In awarding contracts for the construction of semi-public works of nil sorts by t...

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

"v"?" TWO THE HOXOLIXU REPUELICAX, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 1901. T2DBS. SreC.2 ST72r ATJ 2C002T. Oceanic Steamship Co. CITY FURNITURE STORE DAI i; i - ' 2- 5 J ?s t I TIME TABLE. 1 1 WILLI1MS Manager. ik irwIiC )2Sr IfeSMr' wa a quiet day alons TESTBR.DAY (rone The mrrlTai of the SiemL was the mou erem of the day Nfxt in importance was the sailing of th bark Victoria with a "scrub" crp. What the outcome of Captain CappHen'i experience wilt be, will be a ait d with much Interest by local His ears most have burned jesfrday as he made for the 'open The- Diamond Head and Beskia are unloading bar at the Sorenson and Ira card wharves. Th Iwalaal sails tomorrow at 5 o'clock. The Kinaa arrived yesterday at 2 o'clor k Commodore Beckley reports j Colonies. a trip and exoapuonaiiy pleasant weather. The Nippon Mara cast her line at S o'clock yesterday. H H. Henley, one of the foremen of tb Vulcan Iron Works, passed through Honolulu on the Sierra yea-lord ay Mr. Henley bss charge of the refrigeratin...

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

I I 1 , i ? t 0M A V M THE HONOLLXU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3. rgoi. THREES m WE WANT " TO DO YOTJE, LAUNDRY WOUK 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 washjng machines. N Soiled linen never comes in contact with wood in the process of washing. Our working machines are all polished bras 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 nave 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 sc...

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

i; 5533?v 'v'?i'Wj " ' V POUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN', SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1901. THE IMOLDLU BEPDBLIOAS. Pnbtteked Every Morning Except Moodar. tr the Robert Grieve PvMfehfeg Companr, Limited. EDWIN S. GILL TELEPHONES. EDITOR Business OJSce Main 213 Editorial Rooms Main 123 Washington Bureau Pest Building Entered at the Pest Office at Honolulu, H. Tn Second-Class Mali. HONOLULU. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 1381. AND MOW WHAT? as TiM Qaeen Is dead! That she would die oooer or later was .insured lv the greatest of the law of nature, bat she is 6 -d and the people of che world have onlv bsoc to realise what a change her death has jrade and wni make In the condition which surround political. commercial and soda! Ufe the world over. WmU th- policy of the English Government will b nrricr thr 8war of Edward VII Is problematical, and already matter Is being taken op in the great capitals aiH is being discussed as the question of greatest moment before the civilised world. The personality of Bdward...

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

IN I . i f I "T 1 I ! ' some ctfelea tar three month. V.hen the Duke pt York died, all th Ergiisb. whether at home or abroad or mocrning for three VM.'l.-.' S?iT !a the r ord of kin or queen was one so nob?, bo wotnansy. so truly tained in h.r e wh erer abused , dumb animals. And th- UHreal How they did love her A certain lady in waiting used to te.i end! s atones of the queen's fondness for the little 'nes. Often some favoi.te ould be asked to lunch at Windsor and the chilo was always hap-1 p . for that day was full of pleasure. Thf memory if V toi.will live lone aftr her dath. and tie whole world , in miornimr the close of this groat n1 c'nrionB reign. ' S 1 a bewitching little evening coisa' th- other day. made of white de sete tucked all over and mounted on white glace silk.' The shap of thf bolero was outlined with LiiTnoll lace of rare. quality. The little was of full chiffon, while the ro".te on one side of the corsage i and the girdle were of black velvet. One pink rose held...

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

w 9 9 9 a I i t m 9 0 0 9 0 0 9 9 t 9 0 -. 0 5 0 0 t 0 0 0 ; t t t r t 1 -' ! . r " t II 'I " " .f r .u br the t , f .entr years of a " as ordinarily falls 'of man. Patrick Hen- ra'road enalaeer. pl- - - ani pporlaman of the t'i, in the city of San arrival of a small rein a prosperotie eon in haM" him to return to n Illinois. f rnl' life is oae of !nar;. interest, for It Is ' "f an one to co thro v -. , i.k u to of which his l''M, and to come out i w th a scratch. ,ai to Ik- held up and rrat sum of money and so imbued "with the . anl of the to put It into actual use on 1. arrount and manv other interesting f rtn the life history of Henrv Coyle was born in the vear 1SS0, and came io t rv the following season The ttled npar Albany. N Y.. and t "re that Cnvle spent his very ' hood At the age of 15 be as an eniclneer. running a I ulne in the Schenectadv yard i tik" on a freight locomotive lie Llf&Jn Chicago. r latr be removed to life ran In the more or ilent channels of minor rail-k...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 February 1901

T 7 I S$lk. -? "4fe S "Jf-S" "V. "sag." jr""" A0U . . v THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 1901. SEVEN x v ik w i r f.?. Z N 1901 DIFFERENT ARTICLES To CHOOSE FROM WHEK LOOKISG . FOR SOMETHING GOOD TO BAT. "We have jost received some fine lines of . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, Also a full Line of MEATS, FISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. I Salter AWaity Z Tel. 6S0. Orpheum Block. Grocers. 4444444444444444444 F&-H 1 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 $10.00 Also an Excellent Assortment of Boys' and Children's Suits at "Very Low Prices. EUB CLOTHING HOUSE, Jgfet Hotel Street, near Fort. HflTS, CHPS JXND FURNISHING GOODS ft Cure Paint them Re...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 February 1901

iK2SS&2C 4Wftpc fr y.rm&&tBi -Wilif imi mumm miStw. " -W-WM-. y EIGHT THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, tooi. 1 BOOKS AND x 5OIO0OiOOiOjaK5IOOieiWiOiO tbese dy wbes so many !X sew books n betas Published it is Terr refresfatnr to ted oae quite out of tie usual rder. so far as depicting scenes sad people are concerned. Of Uae Btaar recent puMkrstJong. it seems to ate that "Bben HoWoa," by Irving Sacfeefler, is by sereral degrees the hmL It is a well-told tale of the Xorth coeatry, the scene being laid in the St. Lawrence Valley, and the reader is interested, step by step, from the first to the closing chapter by the simple and at ue same time beautifully worded story of a loving old man, an orphan boy, "home folks" and scenes cleverly described. To any one who has ever lived in the country in the East the tears flow at some pathetic incident, and before they can be dried the reader will be convulsed with laughter over some rich bit of dialect full of solid sens...

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

r 4- ,rx n rn -OUR- I NEW DANCING SLIPPERS I LADIES! viGinsfny's Ji K5tf.5&A. -M ' " .'.. Arlington Block. YOU DON'T EJOW 7SAT STYLES ABE until you . ave inspected oar stock. KKXft&OCAC6yOAO&CXKKXXKX . ANNUAL ShoeS UCE SWm0 a '- Our entire Stock, consisting of Nlsrlhitffowes Corset Covers Skirtclhiemises tore i A few late PRICES ! Come Early RLLEM Hotel Street. CLEARANCE SALE IlRDIES' pJSLtlfi tM HAS BEEN REDUCED TO ERICES THAT ARE BOUND TO MAKE THIS SALE A SUCCESS CALL EARLY As the line will be broken in a few davs. tttMtnwittmm X An Immense iew Stock 1 THE SWELLEST STYLES IN DANCING SLIPPERS EVER SHOWN: White Slippers, in kids and canvas; Ideal Patent Kids, in one, two and three-strap; patent leather " Dora Delsarte" ana "L Petite" Sandals gems of beauty; all new creations. New and of the latest styles nn1 Ifffil that were left over from ouf Christmas sale. We will offer them at D17 iHE HONOLLXU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1901. . New York Dental Parlors. Room 4, E...

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

V 1 TEN Tor the Ladies: t mrrTrvt TEMPERANCE CAUSE MEETS WITH CONTINUED SUCCESS ,iMlss Ackerrnan and Miss Murcutt Arc Respectfully Heard by a Large Saturday Evening Throng. An unaeoally large Saturday oven- Jsp crowd surged noout the corner of UK1 and Bethel stroets, giving close ami rwpwtful attention to able and sensible temperance addresses by iltes Ackerrnan and Miss Murcutt yesterday evening. At the conclusion of a brief song jervice. Miss Murcutt inado a strong personal appeal to an within the sound f her voice to renounce the ways of sin ,and align themselves with the cainje of temperance. Whatever the individual beliefs of those ladles may , be, nothing has boon said in the present series of stroet meetings advocating a strictly prohibition movement ' Oa the other hand each speaker has proclaimed the doctrine of love, advocating suasion in winning men from an appetite for strong drink. Miss Murcutt recited her experiences of some years ago while engaged In missionary work al...

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

t. y r --, - - TP fVww,. - . - j - - " ff - -3&V f' o ac ty o 4- 1 ' - ' THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. rOLTJJJE H, XO. 204 HONOLULU, H. T.f TUESDAY, rEBRUABT o, 1901 PRTTE TTE CENTS "HEW TO THE USE, LET THE CMS FALL WHERE THEY MAY." Judge Humphrey's Charge to the February Grand Jury Is a Strong One. A Crowded Court Listened to the Delivery of J; the Instructions and When the Suppression of Iwilei Was Mentioned It Broke Into Applause. "A masterly charge, and an expression of the almost universal opinion of tbe decent members of this was the tray tbe members of Um bar of this city characterized the obargt to tbe Grand Jury oy Judge A. S. Hmmbrys, yesterday forenoon. The charge Itself is a remarkable and tiitMnal document and contains many MggesUotM not of a sort to be frequently seen in a paper of this kind. It wu long and look nearly an hour and a half to deliver. It was concise, ia that the. ground covered was worked over in the least possible space It was radical for tbe investigati...

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

TWO THE HOXOLtxtr REPUBLICAN. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 5. 1931. TIDES, STJ1I A2JD MOO??. Messr. "Whitney & Marsh take great pleasure m announcing to the ladies of that Madame Clara Diettie Badgley of Chicago with -whom they have been in correspondence for over a year, has arrived in Honolulu, and this morning assumes the management of their Dressmaking Department. Xadame Badgley is an article of rare skill and eminently qualified to create gowns for all occasions. She is canfidontly commended to ladies desiring high-class -work. Honolulu, February secrnd, nineteen hundred one. Along the Water pront AVIGATION for the present is practically tied up. The neavy soa of yesterday, with the high aim! and a low barometer made rendition! that no master would care t. fa o ;.-. day lone reports of dam-am aused by the storm were report' ,1 Work on the sewer outfall is temporarily. The pliedrlver, donkey-engine and the barge containing it. have all pone to the bottom What and how much injury has ln...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 February 1901

rs i 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 fabr.c, and good 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 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 do plain mending and sew on buttons free of charge. W...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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