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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 February 1901

; s -, . ... T JETGHT 1 t ' SOSVUBUiULIHlL EXPECTED CONCOURSE OF 1210 PEOPLE .AT KAWAIAHAO CHURCH TO HONOR VICTORIA'S MEMORY. .Singing by Combined Choirs of St. Andrew's Cathedral and St. Cle- ment's Chapel Government Band Piays Before and After Service. it i ovnoctoil that Kawalahno &mtch will be filled with the j ZHdotz attending the unltod memorial service in honor of the late Queen i Tktorin at two o'clock tomorrow aft-; crnoon. The soating.capacity is about i 1209. J As stated in yesterday's Republican, j tlm sorvlco will be conducted by the Rur. J. Usborne. assisted by the Revs. II. IL Parker. YV. M. Kincald and Ham- j Uton Lee. It will be upon the lines of the Episcopal church ritual. The choirs of St Andrew's cathedral and St Clement's chapel will combine in rendering the service. TVrar Taylor, the cathedral organist, lets been asked to play. Mr. Taylor on the organ, Mr. Rosen on the violin and H. 21. Mott-Smith on the will render an opening pre- THn nnrnrnmAnt hand will...

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. — 8 February 1901

' - 'Pi E. HOBBQN ED mf V. - . No such vehicles are to be found in ' the country. The mode of travel is ! solely confined to the upper deck of a j high-spirited native pony. Miss Ackennan gave a pretty clear idea of her first experiences in gating the animals, which are very f small, to such a degree that one could I almost gather them up and carry the USUU1T PLAGUE SPOTS CONDEMNED .uuiuuuute ium u,. iue ow.sti ih rr rK r tS HrF IIHI places if necessary. In disposition the 5 average beast of burden throughout 1 Icelana Is much likened to the reckless and restive Indian broncho of the bad lands. He is no respecter of persons, unless the rider possesses patience possessed only by certain noted Biblical characters. The political and social life of the people was diligently studied. From religious and educational standpoints the residents of tne far north were found to be well advanced. In religion, the followers of the teachings of Martin Luther predominate. It can be truly said that t...

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

; TWO is rw "-k 41 iflMo ' ITH the snbeldlag of the storm. W fcbtppinK b once more neea resumed. All day long, Thurs- - tio ('i. vs?ls were Bis "" tnt 11 port. Only one or. two ."tamers came In. Today and tomorrow will witness the Incoming of --a! sailing; Yewwl. after period of a . fk we should have something from th. outside world today. The' China vuhalf expected yesterday, bat the Kcna, no doubt, prevented her from arriving Knead of time, as she usually din's. There will be a change here before l.nn. In the method of handling fr Ight Instead of the different agents unloading: and feading veeeels, the rk wfll probably be left to ,-.-s. who can do the work quicker, ami more satisfactorily than the arms themselves. This is the only on the Psdnc that does not use stevedores. When the agent makes the contract, he ha his time and attention divided among a large number of mn. who are always more than willing to leave him. When, a stevedore Is employed, the agent simply enters into a co...

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. — 8 February 1901

t Km V 7 , -- - V i t - A 'A t. r C THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY S, iqoi. O. THREE. WE WANT TO DO YOTJE, 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 tree from odor. i 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 cash particular fabric requires. They reside in our own cottages, which...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 February 1901

, -, ta $ FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY S, ior. THB HONOLULU KEPUBLlCAtf. Published Every Morning Except bv me Eobt. Gri ere' Paxils h lag Compiay, United. ZDWIS S. OILL - EDITOR TELEPHONES. 8txInes3 Crfiev. Main 218 Editorial Rot.ns Main 123 Washington Bureau Poet Building Entered at the Post Office at H. T., as maiL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier $ .75 One Year, by Mall E.00 Six MoMSs. by Mall...' 4.00 Throe booths, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T, FEB. S, WOJ. WEATHER. YESTERDAY. Um To s vr i. Mtafeaasn Temiprar fit lecrrws. Muttaoai IbMTWBncr wulp.n., 01 Vmm Daw Pulat lor Um Dr-.. UftM Hated wixob. Koatttwam. 3 to 1 . weather ctaar. rilMVAHT o TOAT. ', THE BLACK KNIGHT. Krer since the days of Aecop It has Iwen a common thine for one of the foulest birds to bedeck himself in the 41fered plumage of tue peacock and stalk throughout the land as "a tiling of beauty." And so, likewise. In ovory community there is to be found Home vicious, eowaruiy an...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 February 1901

V ft 4 f m .1! 1 ? fegar W 1QQ1 DIFFERENT JLRTI LEs TO rjjonsE FS03T ITJIEX LOOKLSG FOR SOMETHING GOOD TO BAT. "We have just received some fine lines of . . '. TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, Also a full line of MEATS, PISH, Etc. suitable for lunches- 'V4 mw ';r25v -- 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 Pries. JGrATVTFi Salter AWaity Tel. 6S0. Orpheum Block. Grocers. O Etf ISA WM3 ml CLOTHING REDUCTIONS -?.- jT. " YOU WILL NEVER HAVE A BET-.TER CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY "J4EASlER THAN BY INVESTING IN A THE HUB CLOTHING HOUSE Hotel Street, near Fort. HATS, CHPS RND FURNISHING GOODS WE WISH TO THANK THE people of Honolulu for the largo patronage they have bestowed on us. We are now ol...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 February 1901

SIX THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1901. ANOTHER MAUNALEI SUIT. TokTo Immigration Co. Wants Pay for Labor Supply. An action bag been, entered la the United States District Court hy S. lloeiyea, S. Knntfe. C Sailo and F, Oaaki. ablag bastaes aader the aanie eC the Toil lattalgratfoa Conspan?. againet the Sugar 'Company. TfenMgh their areat. KL Kobayasbi. the ftei stiffs claim H9 for damages utfer a pontract to supply labor. They eagaged to famtob 109 able-bodied sole Japanese laborers and female able-bodied laborers of the same in the proportion of 25 per cent, of tb males. Gear. Lansing & Go., agents for defendant, promised to par 536 each for male and 130 for female laborers, to be repaid at the rate of $L5 and 11.05. respectively; a month or until the -whole aniount teas Tooovped. Under this contract 100 males and 14 females were imported, bst it Is claimed the installments are delinquent ten months up to February 1.' 151. Another claim is made for $656 and tiner...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 February 1901

! 3; I K LADIES! SALE --.- i V" V YOTX DON'T KNOW WHAT STYLES ABE until yon are inspected our ?toclc o 1 .lvv..g GflGXCCCCXOC few left. Come Early MISS II. I KILLE1S Arlington Block. Corset "Covers Ski rtchiem ises Hotel Street. ANNUAL CLEARANCE LADIES' UTitE$WEA$ Our entire Stock, consisting of NisrlhitgroweS HAS BEEN REDUCED TO PRICES THAT ARE BOUND TO WAKE THIS SALE A SUCCESS CALL EARLY s the lino will be broken in a few days. s ,$wimmuimHi 9mmmfm& No More Oread of the Dental Chair. Teeth extracted and filled absolutely without pain by our late scientific methods. No sleep producing agents or cocaine. These are the only dental parlors in Honolulu that hare the patent appliances and Ingredients to extract, fill and apply gold crowns and porcelain crowns, undetectable from natural teeth, and -warranted for ten years, without the least particle of pain. Gold crowns andteeth without plates, gold fillings and all other dental work done painlessly and by specialists. ..Gold crowns,...

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

1 ? flK I i r; -' ?i EIGHT structures and the grading of material figured. The recommendations are to b submitted by the Master Builders to the charter framers at an early date for their consideration. OUR LEPER "SUBJECTS." From the Baltimore Sun. The official admission that "no less than 30.000" cases of leprosy are on record In the Philippine Islands will be, as the War Department anticipated, a startling piece of information to the people of the Unuea States. It is doubtless the most pitiable and loathsome afiliction that is visited upon the human race, and still worse is the fact that to date medical science has discovered no remedy either to alleviate materially its accompanying distress or to actually prevent its spread. The situation, therefore. Is much graver than that which the Americans were forced to face in Cuba when yellow lever made its appearance in the ranks of the army, .jread as is this scourge, it Is still subject to cure and , ultimate control. But the curse ,if ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 February 1901

f y before. We must not sorrow but Igone look forward to that happy meeting In a happier world. "But the grave is a great leveler, and God Is no respecter of persons. The grave and the worms care not what might have been the worldly status of their captive on which they feast. And when we lay down in death oar worldly pomp or-poverty, and it must be soon, tne past is gone, the Book Is closed, the night has come. As we Drought nothing into this world, we can carry nothing out. No title, no honor, no wealth, and whether it be prince or peasant the Resurrection knows no distinction.. It is not the jewels we have worn on earth. It is not the sparkling wit. or giant intellect that has claimed and captured the admiration of the world. It is not the pomp with which our body has been loaned to the grave, nor yet the bitter tears that have been shed. Ah, no, these all avail nothing, there it will be only the purity of the heart, the whiteness of the soul, that priceless gift, the love of Chr...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 February 1901

TWO 4M ' " A J- :.ws.snifc .-. i fiiFTTr" A V.V V' lNkSik ---- -&&.': S HUf It rot. been for the arrival ct HAD China and the Mariposa yesterday afternoon, a sabbath Jttee quietness would have pervaded the waterfront aad the shipping district all daj . The Aides Besee left at 7 o'clock for ZZ city, after which, sothtng broke the quietude until sear-' Ijr noon, when the electric light tie announced the coming of the Chi-' ml It was rost 2 o'clock when hwr bis black bull rubbed against 'he 3tail dock, sad the gang plank was ' Innled on. While the passengers were Betting ready to come ashore, word -was passed around that the Mariposa was coming in. and a few mi notes lat-; ur, the speedy little vessel waa at rest at Irwfa's wharf. She came lightly loaded with freight, ana with a small pwaaangw list. ) Considerable surprise was expressed at the little Sprockets steamer beatln? . te cracker-Jack greyhound of the Pa- i effls. especially as the China had left ' San Francisco a day ...

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

Y Y 1 B Pi WE WANT TO DO YOTJE, 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 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. We call for and deliver all work ...

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. — 9 February 1901

P -s "XT '- t)UR t THE HOXQIXLU REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, igor. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN panusoea fcrerr jiorning .cepi j ... l . -. tK Tn1fe. I V iij UJ v Ivunu VW .. wg Company, Limited. DWIX S. GfLL - the Orient. TELEPHONES. EDITOR Washington- Bureau Post Building , ; Entwed at the Post Office at H. T., as maiL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Moath, by Carrier J ."5 One Year, by Mail S.00 Six Mo'itr. by Mall 4.00 Three loathe, by Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, U. T., FEB. C, 1301. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Mnxtmam TVl"nMr W. 4esr s. P- -J mr. Um Dtj Futat Jor tbe !m l HowWUtr WINTS. fce9t.t 0. etr. rta om W1 lair. rUCAITOT. tu wtnfl o Bcrnw """"'' 'tui vm most fltting testimonial of repect for the late Qoeen Victoria afaown by tb people of Honolulu In tins grand outpouring which more than fllled Kawatoaao church yesterday af amooa. Not alone as a tribute to a Mvrelgn of England was due abown in tbe memorial service but to one of the grandest and noblest yxndm the world has known. The for g...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 February 1901

nffli 7907 HIFFSREKT ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROM YTHEX ZOOKISG " FOR SOMETHISG GOOD TO BAT. ' "We hare just received some fine lines of . . - TABLE FRTJirS, VEGETABLES, GAME Also a full line of HEATS, EISH, Etc. suitable for Salter AWaity I Tel. 6S0. Orpheum Block. Grocers. -o fara 3i vJnr sfcfe Mil ??sR vL s w&a ft rc j - Til - K - --v 3 ; I- 1 ys&y 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 -J Also an Excellent Assortment' of Boys' and Children's Suits at Very Low -Prices. THE HUB CLOTHING HOUSE, Hotel Street, near Fort. HATS, CHPS HND FURNISHING GOODS MHSS5S5Z5H5252525E5E5H525HSS5ES2BS15E5H5E5H5H5cSH525E ., A 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 CLOTHING REDUCTIONS 1 I WHEN IOU WAXr A...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 February 1901

r SIX THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1901. J us 1 mum suns cuius Blood and Liquor Elow Over Bar-room Floors. GARRIE NATION IS UNDAUNTED SPIRIT OF SPREADS EXTERMINATION TO OTHER STATES. Wichita Business Men Consider Resubmission The Women of are Fully Organized Boston, Mass., Vrecker Receives Sentence. ANTHONY. Kara.. Jan. 30. Mrs. Nation was outdone here today -when a band ot W. C. T. U. women, headed by Mrs. Sheriff of Danville. Kans.. completely wrecked the fixtures of Tor "Joint. smashing plate-glass windows and mirrors and after gallon of liquor Into the streets. The women, who were 01 me Vmt fcunfltes in Anthony, were by their husbands, sons or brothers, who assured protection, .no arrests were made, and the band will, K is said, start out tomorrow morning on a tour of destruction through Harper County, which is prolific in sa-loom. Mrs. Sheriff, who led today's raid, is vnder bond to appear at Danville in AjkH to answer a charge of saloon-wrecking placed agains...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 February 1901

1 m 1 'rf yQ&yyx?zz?yyyyyyyyyxr OURJ NEW DANCING SLIPPERS t An Immense flew Stock 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" and "L'Petite' Sandals gems of & beauty; all new creations. b A I A l"V I ET O1 - D0:T snow &xyi.5 R L " LS I uZ. S I AKE until you . ave inspected our stock. SALE liflDI Our entire Stock, consisting "of MffMffowinis IT SS 1 1 KILLEAK Arlington Block. IMGlnefny's Shoe Store I; ! m 3 ' "' 2 (X&OOC&ttjO&sCKAKAS i ' U VJ j -- . Ni --"--' A few Ms Xew and of the latest styles and Mite that were left over from our Christmas sale. We will offer them at REDUCED PRICES ! lOnly a few left. Come Early Hotel Street, 1 ANNUAL I CLEARANCE k rVNVSWVVVS . Corset Covers Skirtchemises Drawen VrTAS BEEN REDUCED TO PRICES THAT ARE BOUND TO MAKE THIS SALE A SUCCESS CALL EARLY As the line will be broken in a few days. ,Mitttn:...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 February 1901

2FGHT 1 1 i 1 Tor the Ladies: We have a new and well assorted collection of DRESS GOODS in Dimities, Organdies, Lawns, PercalDs, Chalies, Ginghams, Ohambrays, Zeph: ers, etc., etc. UNDERWEAR in the Newest Styles. BATHING SUITS in all shapes, materials and sizes. $ J m mr Of ihe di m Continued from Page One. awwur to elect to do as she pleased. "Xfcarc were none over her in the world fntaar she could acknowledge as her xzperlor; yet with beauty of soul and wAth love In her heart, with meekness aA spirit she acknowledged God as her nssstjor and guide. Now this is the 2assou that you should take homo with yea today: If one who was the of all the rulers on earth bowed itter mighty, head to the power of Goe" Jm meekness and love, how much more skon should we who aro so weak and ifcapotcnt bow our bonds to God n 3Bsckness and love and look to for help and strength." Mr. Kincald's Address. Rev. W. M". KlncaJd said: "I it a. groat honor to have the of representing the American citizens of t...

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

vi j&r y sr u j am w s$ c v" . K'PlIS THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. m m VOLUME IL XO. 209 HONOLULU, H- T., SUNDAY, JfEBRUAET 10, 1901 PRT'E TVE CLATS T WILCOX THIS OF iSliHD CONDITIONS Congressional Delegate Spealis Well of Hawaii. GOVERNOR DOLE IS NOT POPULAR WITH THE PEOPLE OF THE ISLANDS, SAYS WILCOX LOOKS FOR STATEHOOD. Delegate Nominates Joseph to a Position In the United . States Military Academy Enjoys Life1 In Washington. (From a Staff Correspondent) ""NEW YORK. Jan. 2C The New-York Commercial Advertiser this evening print the following despatch from the Washington correspondent: naiantn Ttnhert W. Wilcox of Ha waii snt his first nomination for Wost PoJnt to secretary of war this week. The young man's 'name Is Joseph Ka- Ipoaohea Aea. and lie is a native of Hawaii. He will take his examination for West Point before the military authorities now stationed In Honolulu, and will thus be saved a long and expensive journey to the Stntos In case he uoes not pass. Delegate Wilcox Is ...

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

1 Ttt T 'HE Steam ship Company's new steamer American arrived in at Honolulu yesterday on her maiden voyage, having come across from Se ttl and Tacoma. The American is a Wg freighter, jn&t off the ways at Chester, Pa. She left New York city for her maiden voyage on October 31, to tht American York tor San Francisco, nnd will be at Honolulu In about two months. The Hawaiian is also a new freighter just off the ways. The company plans to liave regular sailing each month. Manila Bound. -".." At 7 o'clock yesterday morning the transport Lawton made fast at the Naval wharf Among th" passengers for this port wero Major W. V. Robinson, thu new depot quartermnster, and uis clerk. The vessel Is in command of Captain Magune, at one time chief officer of the Warren. J. J. Spiers i the ilrst cliicer. Who1 here before witn Thomaa, he was second officer of tli vessel. .1 T. rtln if J. C. Dow th'rd. ind W. Willis fourth. J. J. Murphy is chief cngintcr. His assibtants are Donald Hllman, J. Spen...

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

fc l K ? - '-'i -' ? &y . ' NT "V- vV THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY ior igoi. t tIJHREE. v V vw tef'WANT TO DO YOTJE, 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 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. 1 Our employes have long experience in the various branches of the work in which they are employed, and otighly undersand the treatment thzt each particular fabric , requires. They reside in...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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