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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 February 1901

M T hy fr h. SH h ?? Ifrk -.- $. cey 'ifi T-J Vs ' "hr s"-- Tar; &? -s- , - ' - .aM ,' S - - i. 3 A - ,. - ;nf .,' '. " ",'" - r x i,-i. - ''- . '"Sri" '" ' . ts -' v i THE Honolulu! REPUBLICAN. VOLTTME II, 20. 214 HOnOLTJLTJ, H. T., SATUSPAY, J!EBRUABX 1G, 1901 PRI3E 17E CENTS 10 PUCE I BIN ON IKFECT1GUS DBS Board of Health Will Prevent Repetition of Pratt Case. AHEIITION OF LEGISLATURE GALLED PIGGERIES IF DETRIMENTAL TO PUBLIC HEALTH MUST LO- CATE IN DESERTS. Leper Settlement Now Assured of Plenteous Supply of Pol Plumbing Inspector Reports Permission Granted to Use Kakaako Ditch. Persons suspected of having contagious or infectious diseases may bo debarred from entering the Territory of Hawaii, if a bill now in process of framing is passed at the coming Bossion of the Legislature. The matter was incidentally oroached at the regular meeting of the Board of Health yesterday afternoon, when Attorney General Dole offered a draft of recommendations as coming from the Board and int...

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. — 16 February 1901

"ST t "T ,T " T " "'er!,xr . Tj " . ? -. N xtt &s AvV - ' . t Si tJ . f -k, . l M - -J., Sk 4. . -, -v THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLUME II, NO. 2H HONOLULU, H. T., SATUBOAT, Ji'EBRUABY 16, 1901 YJTE CENTS M ' f W ' ft if i V X . 10 PUCE i BiN OH DISEASES Ill ;ii Board of Health Will Prevent Repetition of Pratt Case. .iTTENUOH OF LEGISLATURE CALLED PIGGERIES IF DETRIMENTAL TO PUBLIC HEALTH MUST LO- CATE IN DESERTS. Leper Settlement Now Assured of Plenteous Supply of Pol Plumbing Inspector Reports Permission Granted to Use Kakaako Ditch. Persons suspected of having contagious or infectious diseases may be debarred from entering me iemwij of Hawaii, if a bill now in process of framing Is passed at the coming session of the Legislature. The matter was Incidentally oroached at the regular meeting of the Board of Health yesterday afternoon, when Attorney General Dole offered a draft of recommendations as coming from the Board nnd Intended for the guidance of the legislature in formulat...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 February 1901

s MTcMlCMI kv yf SICK soldier, evidently feeling j that he aasjjeen unjustly treat-MM. ed by the United States Government, sent this office a letter yesterday in wnich he narratedK at -length specifications of sill treatment ' nitoged to hare been his lot since leaving Manila in the transport Indiana. The men, so the letter states, are crawled together like so many pigs. The food Is poor and there is not enough to go "round. "When a man complains, he js put in the guardhouse and foil on dry bread. and water, until it suits the temper of those In command to elve him the liberty of the ship J again. Curses and blows are resorted P-to:lf..th(i men do not do as told. The oflcers. s3b the unknown scribe says, lle ob the fat of the land, while the ck go unattended and the hungry unfed. When the- matter was looked into . the -statements of the letter seemed to bo sustained in many respects. The accommodations are, certainly not of the beet Five hundred men arc crowded below decks, in quart...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 February 1901

,! W.TWBBHEmi. ,i J j;. - " vv e&s - . J Jt:ki ; li t w p " v ' - - v - " , - - V , n V THE HONOLULU .REPLTBLTCAX, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1901. THREE. 9 OOOOOsX00C.0OOC GREAT PIE RECORD. ST v ") V WE WANT TO DO YOUR LAUNDRY WORK AOT3 WE J3JOW 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) 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 u...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 February 1901

,?? "J s.-s SfT,iK"cs'; ' 1 FOUR THE HOXOLLXIT REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, EEBRUARY 16, 1901. THE BONOLXjLIJ MPUBLICAS. Pabltebcd Erery Morning Except Mon-Isy b tac RobL Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. ' f JCDWIN S. GILL. EDITOR TELEPHONES. Bines3 Cfficv. , Main 218 Editorial Ro.ii ...Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post Office f - tela, H.-T., as mail. A I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. t Per Month, by Carrier....- $ .75 One Year, by Mail 8.00 6I1 Mou&i. by Mail 4.00 Three Months, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, IL T., FEB. 1C, 1001. "WEATHER- YESTERDAY. lllntmow iesrww. MrxIibk Tamrntlar 7(. .lsrw?. BarMielor &W al 9 p. m. ; wxJ irres otar. VMS Isw ft tor tfcf Dv K.3. wisds. tf Xorth to iii vtiHtr, tar and cutA. Fobmst ran todt. Fresh mute utid claar wathr. iftllly a few Tallry THE SUNDAY REPUBLICAN. People of Honolulu have cbmc to look Hpon the Sunday Republican as a mod welcome visitor to their homes. This is evidenced every -week by the constantly increasin...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 February 1901

i MiSitVM Jeb Printing la all Its braacae. Sat- -G- Tc5HK5eH5c53H5Z5HHS25HK5Z5E5HH5HSca irfafitory work and prices is ouriaotto. isfactorjr. pp?PP00PPP&0PPj&! 1901 MFF BRENT ARTICLES TO CHOOSE TROM WEEN LOOKING FOR SOMETHING ' GOOD TO OAT. We have just received some fine lines of . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, Also a full line of MEATS, FISHEtc. suitable for lunches. 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,-RNE 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 IJow Pricss. GAME Salter AWaity J Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. V'fttV; CLOTHING REDUCTIONS 4 THE HUB CLOTHING HOUSE, Hotel Street, near Fort. HRTS, CHPS HND FURNISHING GOODS All Kinds of ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 February 1901

M WEGtSTRY OF CONVEYANCES. Prepared for the Republican by Thos. R. Massman, Searcher 4f Records. DEEDa , Filed February 190L 3L a Dawsett to Henry Watefhoose Et aL, trustees, Jan. 2S. 1S01; consideration Conveys la tmst 1&0 bonds af -The Dowseti Co, Ltd.," value nM each, tor terms of tea years. j.n, nL VtL 292. -or a Jrtnfxs and husband to J. 30ctcns, Dec 17, 1S01? consideration SZOO. Conveys lot 9, block 2. in tw nrrater Hilo. "Hawaii. Ub. 217. FoL 302. K. Uoldsworth to F. M. Swanzy, Jan. 23, 1301; consideration $100. Conveys 2fi' acres In Grant 1737 to Papapa at .Alaciila, Hamakua. nawaii. Lib. 217, ItaL 303. Filed Fehrnary 6, 190L "VT. E. Edmonos and 'wife to C. 3. TVclls. Feb. 6, 1901; consideration 51S0a. Conveys a & Interest in an undivided interest in TL P. 4551, I C. JL 7S0 to C. 'A- Edmonds, containing M-100 acre Liber 217. FoL 305. H. A. Federhen .to T. Treadway, trustee, Jan. 21, 1901; consideration 3Sfi. Conveys undivided Vz interest 3n fat at Klkibale, Honolulu,...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 February 1901

s Y Cj! t T i . l LHHJXJOWI WIlluHfHHM HI lllll llltfl IIWHHMUmi " '" ' ' !"'"' I HHII li' Mill I il I i II U'JI P ll l I.I MM II 1,11 Hll HUII, ' '"i'l'.l. !JIUIjJJlOTMUi)MIlllMai ""2 tti'H'IHMIIIIIII H L TTIIII JWIH I W MttgH 'JX'lMWIMl II IIWl ll I l 111 I l,U HUIIl HI 1HII IIL MJlllli HI tfJlP" WW ! ML' II1. III Hj ,- .. T, M , mM I xcc3owxwxxccx Hew lorfcpDetftal ttomtigmmmfyaBmiw F - a 1 Ir 6?' ii XTP . LADIES! OUR : NEW DANCING SUPPERS An Immense flew Stock ALL OUR PRESENT MILLIHERY. GOODS, TRlHEDlAtS; aaer - i I .THE9SWECLSt? STYLES IKCHfiluf llj nAMPiKirr Ql IPPFRS cucr SHOWN' w.w. .. ""rsixHLBiss White Slippers, in kids and canvas; Ideal Patent Kids, in one, two and three-strap; patent leatherTCra Delsarte" ana IPetite" Sandals gems of beauty; all new creations. " ttr. until yoa i are lnspeciea our biocic I i i ' - ,"7r Shoe-Stafe JC -!. - FA GRAfD SWEBPIRTG r . jlCSS 25 PER CENT C REDDCTIQUmEi TOOK OR BELTS, CORSETS, ETC. "':ISaflBfAISfs7f'9 " Will be sacrificed at this 2...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 February 1901

o ""- '- "fawflff " .-. -, "'cwnifa" WPtWmm? 5 .Vf"? 1' ' BANKRUPT Tor the Ladies: Remember this Sale lasts ONLY 14 DAYS ! x .- A TOOK CENTURIES TO BUILD. (Colosne Cathedral Was In Process of Erection 632 Years. "WlJIc the first stone of Cologne cathedral was laid on Aug. 15, 124S, and the body of the edifice was not nened until Aug. 15, 1S4S. COO years 2atcr to the very day, it was not, ."however, until Aug. 15, 1SS0, that the splendid structure was finally completed, having thus in building the record time ut exactly C32 years. The castle of Kingsgoberg, which stands at the southern extremity of Jutland, took 204 years from the &f the foundation stone to the of its master's banner on its ifehest flagstaff. Its foundation xione was the skull of its builder's Atttcrest enemy. Three months after, its laying Count Jhorsing, the Tnftldcr of the castle, was killed. His son was then in swaddling tlolhcs. He did not continue his Jklhcr's work until aged 24. On his 25th birthday he was...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 February 1901

-ft j vN 1 flL.v.W " ' s 1'-, "f - rim Ay vJ ..Px. if -ft A '- . i - V -Si A smmii liliii wmEmM REPUBLICAN nines -. VOLXJirE -IX "SO. 215 HONOLULU, tt..3UXDAT, JfEEBUARX 17. 1901 PRT'E 1TE CNTS '4 RISE AND PROGRESS OF MOM Colonel Olcott Lectures to si Very Large Audience. THREE OBJECTS OF TIE SOCIETY OPPOSES NO CREED BUT WOULD HFU ALL BENEFICENT INSTITUTIONS. I Money Is The Root of Much Evil Doctrine of Reincarnation Is One of Strict Justice The Address Was Simple In Terms. ''Colonel H. S. Olcott spoke last night in Pvthian -all to an audience that tasted the capacity of the place, on "The Rise and Progress of the phical Movement." He bogan by saying he stood before his hearers "as the representative of a living and great organization, that had met wiftx success since its founding, twenty-five years ago. Thcosophy 13 not n" fad. It has stood the test of time, criticism, ridicule and abuse, vet for all that it has grown steadily. In 1S75, the Theosophlcal Society was founded Jn New Y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 February 1901

$ h !-l . . ? HE Doric ana tne Aorangi re- T spectlvely from San Francisco I and Vancouver arrived day forenoon. . The former came In with eleht days' malL She carries a large passenger list for Oriental ports. Both vessels had uneventful voyages. The Doric arrived at nine In the morning and sailed at four. The Aorangi came In just at noon, and left at midnight on her way to the Colonjps. Rodgers to Succeed Remey. NEW YORK. Fab. 8. A special to thp Herald from Washington says: Rear Admiral Frederick Rodgers will be the next commander in chief of the Asiatic station. He w. j sail the latter part of the month on the New-York to assume duty as senior squadron commander. Rear Admiral Remey -will remain in Asiatic waters for another yoar, when he will be directed to return to the United States. Rear Admiral Rodgers Is -senior to Rear Admiral Kcmpff and win consequently wreC Rear Admiral Remey in command of the station. It Is not believed Rear Admiral nempff will remain in AsiStlc waters ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 February 1901

vv b ' r 1 sa.'v " " " . Li ; 4 - I ?c v 'X t . 4 fS , "" MERCHANT Between Port and Alakea. E. SGHUM11II, SOMETHING NEW! 532 Fort Street 9F Hi l Hi lt v iff ifc ti i b lb i iff H iff iff , ift (t iff - . V Kelly- Springfleld Tire IS THE MOST SUCCESSFUL VEHICLE TIRE. IN THE WORLD. V v 5 0 It outshines all other tires at every point of comparison, and is the ONLY SOLID RUB- BBR TIRE which ives universal satisfac tion. We can fit any size wheel. this celebrated tire to INVINCIBLE TYPEWRTTER SUPPLIES are the best obtainable, -and are sold at most mod-1 erate prices. Whatever variety of supplies you wish, you will find0it here, embodying the sterling qualities of re liability, convenience' v and economy. IMTED ." TYFEWVTER AND SUWJCS CO. -327 MMtgMMy SirwL v- , $w Igenl TRY IT! BAKER'S EGG! Pat up iu 1 lb. cnus. For sale by all First-class Groceries. Used for making Omelettes, Cakes, Custards, Etc. , HIGHLAND AND PET CREAMS CALIFORNIA CANNERIES CO.'S CANNED GOODS ALPINE CEMENT, WALL PLAS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 February 1901

1 1 ' i B: - ,- THE fliOiDLU.'REPPLIOiVE - - ' t Pablkaed' Every Moralng Except Monday, r the Robert Grieve Publteaiag Company. Limited. EDWIN S. GIL!. '' .- EDITOR " " TELEPHONES. 8nt Office. .V, .- .?.. -'Main 21 Editorial Rooms .". Main 123 Entered at the hust Office at Honolulu, H. T., as Second-Class Mail. s HONOLULU, SUTOAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1001. .- r THE NEW ZEALAND LAND TAX. ' . Among the many subjects that will receive attention in this Territory within the next two months is that of taxation. Under the present system it is averted that the Email property holder and small shop keeper pays an undue proportion of the lntornal taxes. Besides paying one per cent upon the full value of his goods, the small dealer pays a heavy license tax. which, it is contended, is equivalent to doublo taxation. It is claimed that sugar plantations and their improvements pay but a small .portion of the tax that should be levied against them. That land which produces a net revenue of $200 per acre p...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 February 1901

Is. H P !9 h $ lw f K ar."! M OOOOS in, variety. -y. ?r .t -V ?x "" 2C L' ftfer. t? "W .V tf THE HONOLULU REPUBUOtN; 17, 1901. FIVE va: ai .v I 3?? r mL aV. ' 635 rALENTINES Bar has come ST. pone, and the usual tical jofees have had fall swing. nren aere In iioaQJum. in lae Eastern States St. Valentine's THy plars a most Important part, beginning In childhoods happy hour. Many a heart flutters at the tap o the postman, and Fate in the shape of a letter causes icy or sorrow forever. Much mischief has the Utile god Cupid to answer for Mrs. Frear, I think, was the only one who had a regular St. Valentine's luncheon, and as usual with that charming hostess, everything was In -most perfect taste. The guests were requested to bring a sentiment on paper, suitable for the occasion, and much merriment was caused by some of the verses, original and otherwise I also heard of & valentine which was sent to a rather elderly old girl by a most wicked and mischevons young man. It ran. I believe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 February 1901

' - I ' I I wmmrmyipss - - 5 J . ,. .t -. - " ;i -.,. :ri .. jjW -- . $--. six THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN,, SNDA FEBRUARY i7, igoi. How I Acted as a , AM 9g Haaqr H. rHLLE circaauumgatlas the Victoria Kyanas Is 3f 1S75 I case to a. called Uganda- It is .about one t&onsaad miles from tse Iadma Ocean, and searlj eighteen hundred miles from the Atlantic. To reacn it I had passed twenty different tribes, all of whom resembled one another in their unalloyed barbarism, although they were dissimilar In other respects. Therefore, when approaching the country, we expected to see only a negro people as semi-nude and savage as those we had already passed. But when we were already many-miles from Uganda our little boat was met by a flotilla of war canoes of somewhat classic design, exceedingly well built and manned by crews who in demeanor and dress showed that they were very superior to any people we had seen since leaving the sea. "When we were near enough to talk, I learned that they haa co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 February 1901

fa j fc w . jfSsgaswf i Ofllco at bunking buildinjr on chant street. 79Q7 DIFFERENT ARTICLES TO CHOOSE PRO HUES LOOKING FOR SOMETHING GOOD-TO BAT. We have just received some fine lines of' . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, Also a fall line of " MEATS, FISH, Etc. l suitable for lunches. mZTp rZ5 hi! pc Mer Savings DoiKKits will ba reccivcl and interest allowed bjr this Bank id 4i per cent, per annum. Printed, copies of the Ru os aad P.n ulatioasmybo obtained on applica tion. . BISHOP & CO. E. W.QUINN PLUMBER s'tiaMtesv furnished on Modern PlumbiRf;' The Patronac of Owxers, Arcki. tects and BuildVrs Solicited.. P.O.Box 102 115 TJaioajat. Silent Barkr Mm uTranHjuM ArUatttslMt, tfys i sfsmi liiij? a&y - $ j r? an ssi 1 bb J4iJstp (JLOTKLNG REDUCTIONS & -- YOU VILL 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 f'OFF." FINE CASHMERE, FINE CHEVIOT AND FINE WORSTED SUITS, FINE.. BECAUSE THEY ARE M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 February 1901

ti II t . fi iff ' ii r J V ii l! J i i mrv SSBW" -a : i ttGHT rt - k - -'" - if r v i C9HDEMSEB is raging at Glasgow. Cbagresssian BoBtclIe -as resigned. ' Sarfcms trouble Is reported in Boli-1- " .Kenwood City, Cat, fs to hare a salt! K S. c training ship Adams is at San Kega - Hga Nethereole is critically 111 in ISew York. Xcw Yarlc legislature has passed t" police -li. Xerecd. Calif., streets were Feb. 6th. A Yencznela rebel chief has been a prisoner. A fresh outbreak of plague Is at Formosa. A fetal election riot took place In Hungary, Feb. 6th. ew finds are reported beyond Ste-"wart river. Alaska. Bubonic plague is said to have at Cape Town. A rich section of Arizona land is to be opened in March. Heccnt rains did serious damage In San county, Calif. The fait trust Is striving to mono- poUse the English market. The S&nsalifo, Cai-, jail is pronounc ed nnfit for man or beast. lira. Carrie Nation has signified her intention of visiting v.icago. Xat Goodwin is contemplating p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 February 1901

l J i 8 t xxxxxxoooooooooooooowxow OUR; NEW DANCING SLIPPERS 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 beaut'; all new creations. I LADIES! XGGCXfO(&QGCO0GCC YOTJ DOBPT KNOW WHAT STYLES ABE until yon i are inspected onr stock A GRAND SWEEPING , ' 254PER CENT REDUCTION SALE! ALL OUR PRESENT TOOK OF" MILLINER! GOODS, BELTS, CORSETS, ETC. TRIMMED HATS, SILK SHIRT WAISTS, FOUR-IN-HAND AID LACE TIES, Will be sacrificed at this 25 per cent reduction in order to, make room for a handsome new stock of Spring Goods. The stocks o fibred are all genuine bargains. An investigation will prove it. The M. E. Killean Co., Ltd. Arlington Block. Hotel Street. IN ivwfwrfwwww Sweeping Reductions LADIES' ;. TAILOR-MADE SKIRTS IN BLACK AND NAVY BLUE SERGE LADIES' CLOTH, CAMEL'S HATE. Ladies' Fast Black " Lisle Hose... Sut SOc...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 February 1901

I1' KM 4. - .- . J M o - ." .TP" T' j ' i . ""Wi""WaaBl . $.-. zs" -,. , -- .-T .'- . ':. '"-.J t'&L. !,'4.H "- k - Tf v."; .i . TEN BANKRUPT Tor the Ladies: We have a new and well assorted collection of DRESS GOODS in Dimities, Organdies, Lawns, PercalDS, Ohalies, Ginghams, Ohambrays, etc., etc. UNDERWEAR in the Newest Styles. . . V BATHING SUITS in all shapes, materials and sizes. We haire now on hand the Remember this Sale lasts ONLY 14 DAYS ! ' i SHORT SKIRT HOLDS SWAY IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS Teachers of Honolulu Have Universally Adopted It for Use In Their Class-room. To be comfortable; or to be pretty? That Is the question. Shall we withstand the illnga and arrows of the outrageous small-boy and take up arms and skirts against the seas of their opprobrium and without regarding the aesthetic shock given their tender natures, wear the short skirt? This question in one form or another has agitatedt he minds of the teachers of the schools of this city for a long time. Sometimes ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 February 1901

If -! fir s's,' ?r , -i --k WKS3ESW -SJ- i nrssmK Sf "; PP--J-- . - - ...e'f If V ... S -;is -' J. Jl M, f , 5 ,?. 4U" v f. -- Vf -J osW ' -" k -' .. 3d, X-"-ii. Hj rX . ."T5 -! -J"' . v- - - .t. ..r " - " - .'- r vT?:' t - ' THE HGTMJ REPUBLICAN . '' 5s, VOLUME IL NO. 216 aONOLTJLTJ, H.3L, TUESDAY; tfEBRUABY 19, 1901 PRTTB T7E CENTS H r v u f lr 'j PIRATES OR THE ' H1RB0R WATERS Daring Incursion q Sea Marauders Sunday. ALL OF THE HORRIBLE DETAILS SSLOOP MARIA OF THE HEALANI 9 CLUB IS TAKEN AFTER ASTRUGGLE. The Captured Crew Turn the Tables On the Captors and Have All the Best of the Laugh That Followed. The United States Government declared that such a thing as piracy In the haroor of Honolulu has been unknown for a tong time and tnat the followers of Captain Kldd have been driven from these waters, never to return. But contrary to the declaration, there occurred a genuine case of piracy Sunday afternoon. There seems to be no doubt that tho facts of the case ,, are as reported, for...

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