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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 February 1901

r ) lCTR : jtx " $ , W '." ,r Tf- ', . tW 1 i!l :s. - - j 1 iP .t & fev S"k&i ' SIX THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THUDAT, FEBRUARY 21, iQMi , III CUB IK MOMTHLT SESSION Good WorkBeingrDone '- But Funds Are Depleted. UNUSUALLY GOOD ATTENDANCE AFFILIATION OF GERMAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY IS GRATIFYING. .8-Treasurer Carter to Pass Round the 1 Hat Economy and Precision Is Effected In the Work of Affiliated Societies. Tborc was an unusually full attend ance at the meeting of the associated Charities, held at the oSce of the or ganization In Hotel street yesterday afternoon. Governor S. B. Dole, president, was in the chair and Mrs. J. M, Whitney In her place as secretary. An incident affording great satisfaction to the executive committee was the affiliating of the German Benevolent Society, that body having held aloof hitherto from this federation of local charitable societies. Herman Schultze and J. F. Eckardt presented themselves as delegates to the associ ation. The following are now t...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 February 1901

. fft I 5 1 i P r ! f OOOOOOOOODOOOOOOOOOOQOOOl OUR NEW DANCING SUPPERS 4t jiiMjuwc)ncqr An Immense flew Stock THE SWELLEST STYLES IN DANCING SLIPPERS-EVER SHOWN: White SH; p rs, in kids and canvas; Ideal Patent Kids, in one, two and three-strap; patent leather " Dora Delsarte" ana "IPetite" Sandals gems of beauty; all new creations. ILADIES! A' YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT STYLES ABE until yon : are inspected our stock MGlnerny's Shoe Store XG0XCCZ&QQOCCGGCKOC The Beautiful Toilets As well as many of the elaborate gowns and costumes which received such favorable comment at the Mardi Gras Carnival reflect credit upon our establishment. :OUR: Fine German Rugs $mmtMinMm 27x55, at $Su50. We are Sole Airents of the famous ' Eoyai Worcester fJorset ! All the leading numbers in stock. Department r Is complete in every detail, and our patrons receive the benefit of knowledge gained from the most popular and up-to-date hair dressing establishments of the fashionable centers. gold and silver hair...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 February 1901

K tf EIGHT " " In the suit of Bishop & Co. vs. F. W MaKlnney. Henry Waterhouso and A. Perry, trustees ot the estate ot the late J. 1L Wood, have filed their annual ac count. Receipts were $14,4-16.56 and expenditures $14,29 leaving a balance ot The principal on Oct 22, 1900, was 5S2.S15 73 and the income on hand 51.546.S3, making a. total of 534.362.56. J. A. Magoon. administrator of the estate of Antonc Fernandez, deceased has brought suit lor foreclosure of Mortgage against Manuel do Gouvela and others, the mortgage securing 5500 borrowed In 1S96. George A. Davis, attorney tor C C r Bitting In the habeas corpus case, ap peared before Judge Estee yesterday and asked If he might offer additional argument, he having bees detained by illness whea the case was submitted the other day. He was allowed to file a brief aad sake an argument this BoraiBg, tie, latter privilege being tyect to the consent of the Attorney GeaeraL Jlr. Davis has nied a brief aad&tfc Attorney General has ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 February 1901

) K IV 1 fr ". ' - 5 IJ V '&-JS- ' "3" " :-. ", X " .N , r -V f ; - Xt - t A . . s , Je""- ? "- "lv - ?$ A 1 "There is a tendency in these days In certain circles to believe that vidual and class interests should guide advancing humanity and that the power of the state should ue invoked to further purely mercenary motives. "As a protest against such ideas unearthed from the time of the decline of the Roman Empire and as the most appropriate manner to "honor the greatest American on the eve of the anniversary of his birthday, to show that the principle for which he so gallantly fought still lives: I move that the Declaration of Inuependence be read aloud in both the English and Hawaiian languages and be spread upon the Journal." The resolution was adopted -and the Secretary read the Immortal words of Jefferson and Interpreter Wise followed with the Hawaiian version. Dickey then moved an adjournment over today out of respect to Washington. The motion receiveu a second from Beckley...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 February 1901

U" i .rUlkrfii As fofrftJgFft t : IVfHAT might hare been one of! most serious accidents Wthe ever occurred In the harbor was averted yesterday by the coolheadedness of the .captains of the Ventura and the Robert Lewers. The former vessel was moored at Irwin's wharf, while the Lewers which has been discharging at the lumber wharf for a week past, lay some two fathoms distance ahead of her. The heavy sea that was on yostorday drew so strongly on the forward mooring, that Just as the vessel was about to pull out, it gave way and the veseel began to drift rapidly down the wharf ana upon the Robert Lowers. Captain Hayward rushed to the bridge and Immediately gave to reverse the screws and hold the vessel, which was done but not until she had bumped Into the Lew-era and given her a good shaking up. The crew of the Lewers, seeing that the huge Iron steamer was coming , down upon them and not fancying be ing cut in two. let. go their lines ana driited slowly ahead. Had she been lying perfec...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 February 1901

' V V T V. "I, - THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, EEBRUARV 22, 1901. toree. G. SCRUMAN US EIPEIiEICEI'TIE o U . .- - - O ff m ! Z V 9 lW' Bts Mt MjB o . WBKT MU II TEUS 0 & o . . BY MARIPOSA . . O : W5s Ssf i3 J r fi1 PIT bfze&s? MERCHANT Scientifically to relieve strain, and GREAT DAMAGE DONE BY 8 improve the sight. THE WIND AND LIGHT-NING. COLUMBIA CHA1NLESS Between Fort and Alakea it isn t ?P m ) it m The w IN THE WOELD. 1. THE Kelly- Springfield Tire IS THE MDST SUCCESSFUL VEHICLE TIRE... S w 5 It outshines all other tires at every point of comparison, and is the ONLY SOLID RUBBER TIRE which Qivesmniversal satisfac tion. We can fit this celebrated tire to any size wheel. B. SCHumfln, GEflJVI may be used. ' ' . -- flgenl PET CREtM and ttlGftLrND GREftYV For all purposes for aahieh IT IS ALWAYS FRESH. .-, IT IS NOT AFFECTED BY AGE, LIKE THAT OF SUGARED MILK. -0- rami msm eo.f ui 632 Fort Street DISTRIBUTING AGENTS INVINCIBLE TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES are the.best obtainable, and...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 February 1901

' -i &V t gi.."?:" V) - -'$ ;"Vr" p. "o- - -, . . -, , 'JrW . P vv '; P ' "? - :T J to FOUR THE HONdLTjLU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY,, EEBRUARr 22, iom. 1BB HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. FsMtehed Every Morning Except Stoa- sy b tne RobL Grieve tag Corapiay. Limited. JDWIN S." GILL. EDITOR "TELEPHONES. rtineOffKX. Main 218 Rn-n ........Main t" Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post Offlce at H. T., as malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier....- -"5 One Year, by Hail 8-00 Six MoKtil, by Mail 4-00 Three ilonths, by Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., FEB. 22, 1901. WEATEZB. TESTEBDA.Y. Moan 4 T !Te. VlaUeum Titrattir itt. fa tor " vla Kotattre Hialltr WIXDS. KsrtHwCT Is Pbukust rwfc Taruv. Ar l . T Ur . WORDS AND THEIR MEANING. A KepwWIcan member of the Senate In sliwsiiMtog the stand taken by Secretary Cooper aaid the Secretary had i...r a riwnrtt nf the nrOCCedlngS Of (k. timwMi and therefore had KM have a desk In each House for and a stenographer. If the gentleman had a su...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 February 1901

y y .;. .j -;' '' ,Ty ?i mv ' m Y 1' , ' $& $ ? f yttiffrytoi .. &&& W9PP9P&: " t , - - . . ' -Jobbing, 'St Promptly Mended ti . v CO. , Contractors & Builders .... General Basiaess Agency. ..t. ill Klada of. iAborers Supplies. STOKBS 0 kaad, rMdyto, Epply. rFoetoBoe Box 878. T,HAYASHI,( KIa Streettw Ltttt (gtf aW). X Bbek Wwltoc trim mi wAmr WAQtacy. rf & - . . , . :s if'-it ' V V THE HONOLULU JREPUBLICAN. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1901. FIVE Jf000000JMP0 1901 DIFFEREXl ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROX WHESrLOOKI'G GOOD TO BAT. TYe haTe jost received some fine lines of . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, GAME Also a fall line of MEATS, EISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. Salter AWaity Teh 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. MF CLOTHING- REDUCTIONS r . :ir - ';$ JL '"V ..' ; -- 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 BECA...

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

til. -& . "v -v' S.i: " "-..-$! ; 'jt " v., - !J ' 'AX, ' - . .. SIX TU C tXYXTrW TTTTT L-TWI yT TW I II Till " ' ' -5? "- -"V" jutuci ,iv MrfMafl ! UAK1 JE. Mot. ,4f tt WS . ,.S' -AV ft , ; , ?-- .? j f .; rSHB - ' ."- '"". 1 $ SA JUDGE WILCOX CUDTES Auction Sale! law MO ' MK AMERICiH SUPREME EOOII The Olhite Hooil DELINQUENT STOCK 430 rt Street. Start tbe TELLS A FAIR PRISONER THINGS LOTS SHE DID NOT KNOW BEFORE. Firecrackers and Ducks Are a Bad Combination For Horses The Court Not In the Criminal Making Business. Alter Judge Wilcox had disposed ol the asaal quota of Individuals who had beea unfortunate enongn to be anvsted while Intoxicated yesterday morning, he tamed his judicial mind to a calendar, which If lacking In one, was not devoid of human Interest. Ah Kiao, a Chinese who had been arrested for Jast driving, said that he did not know whether he was golng fast or not. but he supposed ne was. lie- had a load of ducks in his wagon, and some small boys were firing off fir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 February 1901

Reductions LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SKIRTS IN BLACK AND NAVY BLUE SERGE, LADIES' CLOTH, CAMEL'S HAIR. Ladies' Fast Black Lisle Hose... In. -Plain Jkace .Ait 50c a. IFaix. I Rugs $--50- .i.. of the famous (Dorset ! numbers in stock. pssssssat Fine German at c2A - Yq are Sole Ants &, !- canvas: Ideal Patent Kids, DOWT 2LMOW WHa.T air -Lass until you r ave inspected our stock Sfjoe Store Toilets the elaborate gowns and costumes which comment at the Mardi Gras Carnival establishment. :OUR: Department Royal Worcester All the leading If.' .''TrlTaaaraal " """" "iH -if v- ,wil "- r w: ' -v . j THE HOXQLCLU REPUBLICAN, EKDAT, FEBRUARY: 22, 19OT. ----- ti - - - V t i r t rxxxwoxdcow5 OUR NEW DANCING SLIPPERS An Immense $ew Stock THE SWELLEST -STYLES JN DANCING SLIPPERS EVER SHOWN: White Slirp Jrs. in kids and in one, two and three-strap; patent learner - uora Delsarte" and "Tf Petite" Sandalsfrgems of beauty; all new creations. I i rMCTO I 0" I f ft" ji ARE AlGlnsrny's $XaC&te0GXKX&XO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 February 1901

EIGHT &? J1 ? '! COOPER MUSI GET OUT Continued from Page One. blank 1. Senator Brown moved to proceed to a second ballot Carried. Second ballot resultod Caypless 7, Johnson 7. "In such a caso I think I have to cast my vote," said President Russel. "1 enst it for Mr. Caypless." Mr. was called to the bar of, the house and administered the oath by rrosldoht Russel. Senator White- moved that W. H. Coney be elected assistant secretary. Senators Carter, Baldwin anu Brown doubted tho wisdom of electing an assistant secretary, particularly at this time. Mr. Carter moved the previous question. There was a tie vote and tlio chair sustained the previous Mr. White declared that conditions had changed la-Hawaii. That while an assistant secretary may not have been needed In the past he would bo needed this session. In all tho legislatures of States and Territories such clerks were necessary and Sec 1S61 of tho Revised Statutes of the United "States In providing officials for legislatures expr...

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

v. )? w v v rtr t - ...'" 51 VH. - !i v Jt 2"! " - V. -, Jf t i"3" - - V '- I p$f. tftmr r fff t - . - 1 && ' THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. & VOLUME IX NO. 220 HOXQLTJLTJ, HI T., SATURDAY. ifEERrjABY 23, 1901 PRT3E 1TVE CENTS T LOWERS MOBIL TOME Of GENERAL PUBLIC Theodore F. Richards Tells the Truth of Iwilei. ENTERS A PERSONAL PROTEST AGAINST THE CONTINUANCE OF THE STOCKADED DEN OF VICE. He Say That the People of the May Have to Answer oome Pertinent Questions of Their Children. Iwllol and Its operation under the patornal eye of the government was discussed by Theodore Richards yesterday. The claims made by both the supporters of tne Inbtltution and those opposed to the continuance of the don wore treated. He said tnat there was no roason, sanitary, moral or expedient which could be brought Into any argument 'that should have the slightest Wright In support of the Institution. Ho said that the worst feature of the whtilb matter lay In the sanction which was thrown about the ...

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

-;1 T ,3 jj witW'3 " "''T 5 "V -'"' T. -. '; . -. ..- r n-? -- & & r -. A , r - . ,- s' i " r - ;. 4 V '- e?- i . y W?i&;.;.! Tjw? xNf IS . '- -e . NT-- THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN VOLUME n, 0. 220 HONOLULU, H. TL, SATURDAY, tfEBRTJAKY 23, 1901 PRTJE iTVE CNTS LOWERS MOBIL TORE Of GENEBR PUBLIC Theodore 3?. Richards Tells the Truth of Iwilei. ENTERS I PERSONAL PROTEST AGAINST THE CONTINUANCE OF THE STOCKADED DEN OF VICE. He Say That'the People of the Community May Have to Answer oome nlty at large. Pertinent Questions of Their Children. Iwllol and Its operation under the patornal oye of the government was discussed by Theodore Richards The claims made by both the supporters of tne Institution and those opposed to the continuance of the den were treated. He 6ald mat there was no reason, sanitary, moral or expedient which could be brought Into any argument 'that should have the slightest In support of the Institution. Ho said that the worst feature of the -whole matter lay In ...

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

& e 5c 1 TyXftfe H1 1 v 2XD.es, suar asd xdojt. J.rllf s3sirfl.i 1! DAT rr 5t - I 3 2- -:, H : ar I x- i ,-a. i I - - m I s I p i t r - S.U; I.S. i S.C4 I i I S - j I i TJiar U 9.C9 rtt.. 2K sj4 o.wrjiii:.;.iiiii.u; lit! ! Sat-. SJj g.Olf 6.3:1 l.K,1XM .26 .taai.l2 r " '"'!', Moa .joja i a' -5 jm a. .3t;.(i3 o.n Xrr iffy-Lr on lie lSUi at 4 . U p. ns. OIHU RAILWAY AND LAHD GO. TIME TABLE From and After January 1, 19C1 OETWAED Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally Stations. ex. ei Pan Sun am am am pm pm Honolulu 3:10 9:15 HAS ;S4S 5:10 IVurlClty 8:03 3:18 ll:0 3:T 5:3) En Mill iia 10 J? 12,-OJ 45 6:10 Walanaj"'" ...... ,10:30 ..... 1;45 .... Wal&loa ....; .-11:55 5:10 SahukU . 12:32 6:15 .... ' 1XWAKD Dally. Dailj Dally DaUr Dally Stotion's. ex ci Sun Son' am- am am nm am' Knhnku 5:35 ..... 2:0a Walalua 6:10 2:50 Walanae ..... ... 7:lu ..... 3:55 EtraMlll 5:5rt 7:15 1-05 4:32 Pearl Cltr 6:15 8:03 1:30 1:56 Honolulu 5S50 835 2:04 5:22 G. P. DEN'ISOX. F. C. SMITH. ""- Superintendent. P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 February 1901

' 1 ? " 1 T jm t r w Between Tort and PET CREtV ttlGftLftND - "sr; G. SCHUMAN IS THE NIQST SUCCESSFUL VEHICLE MERCHANT ST. TIRE... 'IS THE It outshines all other tires at every point of comparison, and is the ONLY SOLID RUBBER TIRE which ives universal tion. We can fit any size wheel. E. SCHUMHH, pop all purposes foi? uahieh FliTjiD JVimK of DRI$Y Cl?EfllV may be ased. -- IT IS' ALWAYS FRESH. . AGE, LIKE THAT OF -- ffliwiiisi msm ea, ul DISTRIBUTING AG12NTS 632 Fort Street lSNs 0BF fiBF 0&f 0 & PT .lK 4Bte HisV iBSS" isfc B m IKVINCIBLE TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES are the best obtainable, and are sold at most moderate prices. Whatever variety of supplies you wish, you will find it here, embodying the . sterling qualities of reliability, convenience and economy. UNTIED TYPEWRITER AND SUPPLIES CO. 327 MeatSMKiy Stoat. The Hawaiian Sole Agents -:- k't " P" : 3 " Kelly- Springfield Tire a WORLD. ct wi this celebrated tire to Agent and GREftVl IT IS NOT AFFECTED BY SUGARED MILK. Love Bui...

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

THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN Fattfehed Every Morning Except b me Robt. Grieve Compiart Limited. MDWTS S. GILL - - EDITOR TELEPHONES. fadnnsOftcu. Main 218 Editorial Bolt Ma" I23 Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post Offlce at Honolulu, IL T-, as malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier $ .75 One Year, by Mail S.00 Six Mouftz. by Mall.... 4.00 Three Uonths, by Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T, FEB. 23, 1901. THEODORE RICHARDS ON IWILEI. Tho Republican publishes this morn ing an Interview with Theodore Rich arite a the evils of the stockaded den of vice st Iwtlf. The work of Mr. Ridiards a laetractor at School ami later as a mission worker, well known to erery of th city. Mr. Richards has fought vfe in this city in the past almost alone and unaided. He knows how Rtrongly it is entrenched and how low the moral tone of the community Is upon the subject Me knows that practically erery business man and g?5)T vronwn professing to be the One who preached the sermon ob the ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 February 1901

A IV yA r DIFFERENT Jh29'J09P0'Pi0000, 1901 ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROM WOES' LOOKED FOR SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT. "We have just received some fine lines of . . . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES,, GAME Also a full line of MiSATS, JFISH, Etc. 2 suitable for lunches. 4 Salter AWaity I: 2 CLOTHING REDUCTIONS H OX," -- 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 nn Excellent Assortment of Boys' and Children's Suits at Very ft cure for ttot iron Roofs . JUC&Zg9 OFPMAN SALOP Paint them with N ACCORDING TO THE REPORT OF 1..E NEW YORK HEALTH JOURNAL THE OLYMPIA BEER IS WITHOUT ANY FOREIGN MATTER. IT IS SIMPLY A PURE AND HEALTHFUL BEVERAGE. WE HAVE OUR REGULAR IN-VOICE EVERY MONT...

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

The Presbyterian committee appointed to consider the revision of the "Westminster Confession of Faka has completed its labors at Washiagton, D. a Charley Mitchell, the English pugilist, arrived in New York on February 14th, on the Majestic. He said he had not come over especially-to look for a light. Louis LepoW, th Settle, Wash., agent of the LKUe Honduras Lottery , Company of San Fraacieco, waa arrested February lit- by Chief Mere- Auction Sale! -OF- DELINQUENT STOEK IN THE TERRITORY STABLES CO, Limited. ON WEDNESDAY, FEB'Y 27th, 1901, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. At my salesroom, C5 Queen Street, Honolulu, I -will sell at Public Auction, by order of the Treasurer, Q. Schuman, the following certificates oi stock in the Territory Stables Co.. Ltd.. unless the amount due, with interest and ad vertising expenses, is paid on or before the day and hour of sale, at office of G. Schuman. Merchant street Cert. Xo. Shares. AaL Dae. I 8 150 $750 14 i. 10 . 75 23 i.. 10 50 31 5 50 42 5 25 9 10 140 J....

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

! a ft Sr ,.1 -? 1 ? i 1 "' 1 1 i I & i if t s. r r. f -1 s. i $ $- , ; w. wi 0?0CXSO9CCX0OCdoCOi oocwccxxooxx??wxxw LADIES! our" NEW DANCING SLIPPERS An Immense Jiew Stock THE SWELLEST STYLES IN DANCING SLIPPERS EVER SHOWH: WliileSH p?rs, in kids and canvas; Ideal PatentKids, inone, two and three-strap; patentleather " Dora Delsarte" and "LTetite" Sandals gems of beantv: all new creations. TOTJ JDONTT KNOW WHAT STYLES AXE until yon ave inspected oar stock The M. E. Killean Co., Ltd. Arlington Block. Hotel Street. Sweeping Reductions IN- LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SKIRTS I IN BLACK AND NAVY BLLTE SERGE, LADIES' CLOTH, CAMEL'S HAIR. Ladies' Fast Black Lisle Hose... T-n ipiaiaa Iace and ZDropstitcla. - j&jt 50c a IFaix. f Fine German Rugs 27x55, at Wq are Sole Agents of the famous Boyal Worcester Corset I 1 All the leadhirr numbers in stock. &ws3S3aft sresss$swrasss!ftfc IMGlnsrnfs .Shoe Store! "gg? Jo00CC00tfK0C003$0 The Beautiful Toilets As -well as many of the elaborate gowns ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 February 1901

h " 4; 1 i "t it;. I'm i ft 11 ZTGHX ?! - J BANKRUPT Tor the Ladies: 'jt" L. flrl .- v ..: $ Oi, s- . :-.. - -.--. - e I - -' W.. '? to (l' 5','',' T) -"' k4 fc'' . 'X 5 THE HONOLULU IlEPTJBUeaNSAXGRDAY, JEEBRUARY 2$ 1901. STOCK We must clear out We have a new and well assorted collection of DRESS GOODS in-Dimities, Organdies, Lawns, Percales, Ohalies, Ginghams, Ohambrays, etc., etc. . UNDERWEAR in the Newest Stales. BATHING SUITS in all shapes, materials and sizes. r . "-" T ' :-?C ' ;? largest stock BEST TOWELS, 14 DAYS ! KG -i We have now on hand the of DOMESTICS in the City. SHEETINGS and PILLOW CASINGS, QUALITY, TABLE LINENS and NAPKINS, BLANKETS, QUILTS. Remember this Sale lasts ONLY H JJBmk MAKING A CLOSE STUDY OF FREE CITY DELIYERY California Press Pays Deputy Postmas . ter Kcnake a Few Compliments . '.'A-True AmcricanN Hustler." frff In the course of his vis.t of inspection on the coast. Louis T. Kenalie, tho popular and olliclont postal ofllcinl of this city is meeting wit...

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