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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 July 1900

r or. if' fi at; if '"" W '- f X fim csLd M5 TPE That Is ai to be 3 j? 'JjfWt 3 w list 3 ill rflVfaw MADE 1 if hu SUITSo tiJoS Ufififi I Wash Skirts. QQ -H j & ;,J . "& - 5? THE HOXOLTILTT REPUBLICAN TKLDaY, JULY 13 1S00. r &(hmm0 1 . ' KT that Is necessary said about our shipment of TAILOR SHIRTS and Ladles' zm&m Suits, Ladies5 Capes. Our WladoTT? IDispla.y fi PISCH if CO. iTTTnTFnTnTTmTTTmmnTnfmiiirrfniiniiniimmirmimmfirmRffminifniiffTf i(Mt'r UaCfil 3 Children's - Wash TRIMMED HATS At feEeduced Prices FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! nus n. E. KILLE1N, Arlington Block Silk Wo have just opened, THIS tho choicest and most "Select" rolored Silk Waists ever LEflDINQ niLLINEK. HOTEL STREET Waists. creations in Black and Displayed on .the Hawaiian lsl lid: . Aiioer Laces. We feel Hint if 3011 see this Exhibit and resist buy- iur you are ucyonu temptation as tlioy are simply -works of art. Wash Goods. v'Our Stock in this Dopart-I inent is now complete and is well worthy your inspectio...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 13 July 1900

SISPWWBB . . i m, ni . . -" 'm ' III I 1 1 III I Ml II ! I ll 1 1 W H. WB1 11 I "ift -' ; T"" - ' 1'Tl"' 1ll f 1 'lllll,,"T MP ll l ll r l J i j I l' M I ll I ll l W I lllHl II ft" Tjll 1 r'T' l T" I i- TtmSttmElft SEPS3It&5, FBIDAX TOCiT 13, l&Cd v. S ' " - FAIRCHILD'S AM) t i A. E. MURPHY & GO'S - J OrH I f Wonder f I5$ T i Ui Ui- falillv . . ' VrH7 t rUYr Children's OlotbiQi h ?f f .? &L Tp. a J :, M hi h I i si L ft:-'- Hft) J&JPKi OBBR5iTl.CC 3&f eC at M 7' OliJa IncJaes in diasaeter and one-halt inch deep. It Is placed vertically and contains raemtry. "When in operation the "orograph" must be held upright, and not allowed to careen to oltkcr side. As stated, the object of the machine Is to draw upon paper as accurate profile ot the ground over which it is rolled, thus furnishing the army exgiseers "trjth all the results of & surrey, excepting the courses and general topog r&phy. The principles upon which the machise Is cosstructed are those of t...

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. — 14 July 1900

$ ' r M -- yT ?- f Tl ifTHE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLUME T NO. 27 HONOLULU, H. TL, SATIJEDAX, JULY 14, 190O PRICE JIVE CENTS 1 IR11L CASE III SUPREME COURT. Legacy of the Republic Bobs Up Serenely Again. " OE BOLT PRESENTS STRONG BRIEF. UTBSNUIaXROUS AUTHORITIES IN SUPPORT OF HIS CONTENTION. t ;ijtiMiVionftl Questions which tha Right of Every Git- Ar Involved in the Case at Bar. The ewe of the Territory of Hawaii Wltttain 11. Marshall occHplod the att?ntkm of the Supreme Court afttrnooe. J. A. Magoon sitting ; Justice ia pJa of JneUce Perry, en i jut to California 1m mrch of health. The original title of the action was he RepHtolic of Hawaii vs. William 11 Marshall. It is one of those unfortunate legacies left by the Republic to Territory! and bristles with constitutional questions, involving the liberties of a citizen of the United States, denied a trial by Jury in tho lower ojurt and convicted of criminal libel iy nlao Jurors, not American citlzons. The case came berore the Supreme...

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. — 14 July 1900

: i!f ! f ft '5ar :t - fc" Mliimllllwr"lilrrw. - tfrpm p w i tim unci owaritPTiiiftfflj, Jifflumri THE HOOtrLU F.FJTBHCAS, SATURDAY, JULY li, 1500, THE IIQmPLfr REPUBLICAN. Published Every Morning Exaept Monday by theHobt. Grieve Publishing Company, limited. imZ7?riGiLL, kditor. - - - - TELEPHONES: Basinet OScu ,75 Emtorial Hoodm 123 Ra&ered at the Post OHkv at Honolulu IL L, as second-class raalL SUBSCRIPTION' HATES: Per Mont, by Carrier J 76 One Year, by Mali 500 Six MmjUms, br Mall 4 00 Three Moatba.'by Mail or Carrier. 2 25 HONOLULU. ILT, JULY 14. 1800. The word. Canton, as a ttetA lln In the newspapers, is bobbing ap quite numerottaiy, both from Ohio and China. Oa tfeiag can be urged In favor of country did not participate la the Czar's pence conference at The HSiie. Give the dragon his due. A ew party has ben organized in. New York to "purify State politics." The labor element Is behind it. It certainly ha mapped nut for Itself a most herculean task. The HetwMfcan is Jtart...

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. — 14 July 1900

t hth '& He Now Owns Lottriu3, Canneriei, Towut, Bauchos, Gojd 2finet Store and a Ktnely Appointed Hateiit. 3aN FRANCISCO. June $. The MM ramorkaWe inltltotialre in 1 a Chinaman. His name l CJiIm Tan Sun. and be In (he rich-at Chtilataan in America. Millionaires are not necessarily But here is a novelty in the class, Where else on American toll irtTiy 1 found a millionaire with a qBNi, who thinks nothing at all of owning whole towns; who employs hundreds of white men and women fn his factories and canneries; who pay tuxes on ranrhes. city rnl estate, joW mines niul diainniulsi who rwim lottery gain: upsets a city charter wlinil he wants to: import contract lluren by hundred from China, is a power In a highbinder tons, conducts a real utttate business in Hongkong ami aeyeral mcrcbaudiae store in Sun Pranolftca. and is a genuine Monte Christo in hia business methods? Chin Tan Sun does all these things, and more. He is a man. He In wider awake when he is asleep than many of, the pe...

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. — 14 July 1900

-J x i s ALONG THE - - WATER EROXT.l The" Maui Leaves for Kauai with a Big Cargo. THE HILLE MORRIS GOES AGROUND. STILL HARD AJJD PAST ON THE HOCKS AT A LATE HOUR , LAST 7JTGHT. Captain Spencer, of Laysan Island, Sm.tr Many Ships in Honolulu Harbor at One Time Years Ago. Sem one ade the remark to Captain Opeacer of Layaan Island UuU the brbor bad lately been Tery full of hips. He asked bow many h4 bean hore at one time, and when SOU that orer fifty bad been accommodated with seme little crowding, he ttM tbatwns very few. Continuing. be stated that at one time, many years ago, be had seen 2S5 vessels la thU barbor at once It is true that they - we act Immense ships, like we have bad here lately, but they would average in the neighborhood of 400 tons. What ! called naval row now was so eioaety packed with vessels that from the lighthouse to Sumner's reef you ooald step from lire rail of one whale sttip to that of another. There was then another line of ships from Sumner's reef to the o...

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. — 14 July 1900

is 2 3 I ff i? jr & ( V& V ! Soillfttllillff to Intomt II --n v uwiwu TO TGI JIT nDmsmr the Housekeeper. We have iust receiver! now imnArfVn - Trtrt,. rocenes. Cast your eye over this list: , MEESEFriBage de Brie, Fnp e fiNgnufa, itilfaa Psmise, Hollas er Uzxz, fwnijile, California Fi Grea, Imperial, McLaren's, Uiinrpr, EtiL, Elc. Chicken Loaf (a dainty dish), Veal Loaf. Cottage Loaf, Ban Lsaf, Frank Bratwnrst Saosap, Hebraist Sausage, BHiini i Ham Saosags (by Use poandJ, Scotch fierrisg is Tea Sauce, Snails (Genuine French), Brimsiy Bloaters, Etc., Etc. The Porter Furniture Go. 'BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IllPOHTElts N'D PrvLP.hs IN Furniture Chamber, Suits and upholstery '3FWJSSBKB flBSf. '-5&X Chiffoniers" Chairs, Tables " v Side Boards Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories CALL FOR MAFRIE BRIZARD & Recognized As the Best. W. C. PEACOCK Phone 4. J its- Theo. H ROGEF FAMOUS FRENCH BRANDIES. & CO., Ltd., Sole Agents. . Davies S Co., S...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 July 1900

i i It . k fr j C THE HONOLULU EEPDELtaAK, S&TOfi&iX, 3VLY 14, l0. H B m. B F V H H 1 H aHB A "a Ot,TS HJ.TB - .- , V?; yt a' JLJL i,'27l y V a WATER V Y 0 X JjLiXX; ikb; j - !SCTSH QLULIFS IDEAL" SPOT FOR HOME BUILDERS. Gradual ascent from the city to a height of eight-hundred and sixty-seven feet above the sea level, jfc AND MARVELOUS VIEW OF HONOLULU AND THE MIGHTY PACIFIC. KAIULANI DRIVE" ,- J- .J-i V ., The following are a few of the many advantages together with what we have already mentioned! -A magnificent "BOULEVARD" caUed Winds around the property and touches every block, leading off Kaiulani Drive are avenues and lanes. is in abundance on Pacific Heights. Our water supply gushes from a JLi Mountain Spring eight hundred feet above the level of the city. This water has been pronounced the best for Drinking and Domestic Purposes suplied to any section of Honolulu, being absolutely - . fcffr FREE : FROM : AL : IMPURITIES fS THE ELECTRIC RAILWAY se .-a B To enable thos...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 July 1900

.-to . !L X tiiat 2 & necessary! be said oiirp shipment of TAHLORH MA OP feTIPT sairari SEE - B tir -, tm sufii. Looses t ana Children's Wash ILeXUifiS ea.p;s 2Display.. nTfinTniinnnnniinnnfitiitTiTtnnfrirrtitffiiifiikflikiitiniiniitfiiitiitTitiifittiiiiii TDMMCn III IllllWli I 1 lllllii skm HATS f. I I ! m& ' Prices E. KILLEl7 LEflDINQ niLUHER. HOTEL STREET Wais uS All over Laces. ! Childrens' Hose. Wo fool that if you see. We are showing in these this Exhibit and resist Goods some extra good things ingyou are beyond the Little Polks in Silk tionfislihey tire siinply'works! Lisle and Cotton. Enquire of art. I I Wash Goods, j i Our Stock in this Depart - j i mentis now complete and is i well worthy your inspection. find will place on sale WEEK "Select" creations in Black and Displayed on the Hawjiiian Center Aisle. Foulard Silk. If you want just the thing for the Hot Spell don't fail -to inspect Our Silk unent Monday. ; Dent's Gloves. Don't forget that We are j Sole Agents f...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 July 1900

n ' At the Gouncil meeting yesterday : till were present, except Commissioner j of Agriculture Wrny Taylor, who was I absent attending to matters of for- j e3t,ry. Governor Dole spoke of the jfriutioii made by tho Council of State ' destroyers have found for the Hospital of Incurables, uutl it was suggested by tho meeting that the Territory should pay the hospital ftOO a mouth under condition that none tmi 5wiimli1vs 1 uilmit t(vl Superintendent Lansing presented j jv? be,e,n sent from Jamaica to Cuba. ...: Porto Rico, and Santa Cruz. In 1S'J2 , t i iv i i and from Lyle A. Dickey petitions j an effort made tQ introtlucc the John E. Bush to perform the marriage mongoose into this country to destroy ceremony. the gophers in the West It was de- Mr. Lansing called attention to tho j rented, but the danger of their getting appropriation for tho Tali road, and ,u from p?rto Rlco Cuba or Hawali Ss tv very orlous memec stated that the money had nearly run j Theaanger of introducing certain ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 15 July 1900

WIUalUV py -ft,'- '.. " rt3K '-Vv "V. 3-c: .?lS -s ,w .,.,. ! - ---; .3. .r 75". a-i -' "Mh- iki'v fe,.ia'ysi;. te ?" X '--V. LJfifc tTjft ........ i.' ' rf T' :&?"" T- . SL " 3 i. & Tm.J r" J1?AlK,i,r ' , '''"- . - . !,. ". "-?-i- ...Vaf J. . S" l-.4. . a . r is - i: .- -" ....?- ' me -s '; " ' ' ."- . -? a.tv. ..(.as ?' ... r : s r - - - - - w " -,. s v ... .-- - - jrr r ' sa 4t -IS- U, fr , ,- "iff J - ., , 3 -C ST- -. : "fijvifc, "T 5 " ' r . - -, !&&?? r -V .? 7 i -4 e - "" - . - "TT- fS 1'7JMF is- TF -." - -1 i V T ' J. ," r.t.J - i . J, -ii - r i -,- t. n '- .- . . - . . - . . . ,., 1.V ,- ujuu H050L1JLF, II TSlDAX JODX 15f lK 5 PRICE KETEGESTS sen! mm mm tki. Wliat People Tliink of Begistration Board Appointments. WILL MWl REPUBLieiX PIRH. 2EX0CKATS HIGBCLT ELATED OVEB THE GOVEBHOB'a BIiUKBEE. Dr. McOrew Says Tbur day's "Work Will Sesult In Strengthening Democracy and Enabling it to Carry the Election. There has probably been no official act here for years, a...

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. — 15 July 1900

THE HOSOUJLP REPPBLICA3. Published Every Morning Except Mba- dkr by the ItobL Grieve Ing Company. Limited. EDWIN S. GILL, - - - - EDITOR-J TELEPHONES Paalcess Office...-........ ...475 jKttorial Kocn BEtcred at th Post pScerat Hoco- j H. L, as mail. 1 ennnnmnv Per Month, by Carrier 75 i One Year, by Hall ?W Six Months, by Mail 4 00 Three-Months, by Mail or Carrier, zz HOXOLTJLU, H-T,.TULY 15, 1'JOO. And now Oflleor Hanrahan threatens to saspend the writ of habeas corpus. "What next? The only serrender that Admiral Pewoy ever tnade In a real fight, was to the politician. And raore's the pity. There mwst be no trickery about the recifitration of voters In Hawaii. Thcl people ot all parties demand a fair, square and above-board deal- Let Hawaii have clean politics. This territory cannot afford to be ranked With the "rotten boroughs" of the mainland, with States like Nevada and Montana. The white man alone is competent to conduct the intense cultivation of the soli necessary to the grow...

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. — 15 July 1900

A "?C -;-"-'""-. S? J.' THE HOKOLTJLU KEPCBIICAK, STJ3DAX, JtJLT 15, 1900. THE MU1R GLAZIER SLDUOHiHB. SZKIOUS EFFECT OF THE OS" THE ICV 2LASS. Ta TIf"miV "Tt"iV Tja 4 A rnrafri "Within Ie. TJMJt Five 22!es Irsjoeble SEITLB, Jme 3 The of tbi moraine has the .Ionifttg; ' - Tbg& ks Jispoetcg grawer Is still j eoanllesB thoesamis of tons of Ice Lare 8toosbd off the face of famed Mair gteder throagh the erratic action of last September's Alaskan earthquake. The information comes from Captain David Wallace, master of the' steamship Queen, which returned Wednesday from an excursion voyage tp Alaska. Captain Wallace, as has been his custom for the past sixteen or eighteen years, sought 10 line up his ship across the face of the glacier, but for the first time in nearly two decades he scored a failure. He was unable owing to a great field of float ice, to get the vesw 1 closer than five miles from Alaska's wondrous attraction, whose scenic beauties have been gazed upon and admire by tou...

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. — 15 July 1900

" i'(i Tilh WATER FJlONT.i 1 j 3 Windfall o: Sailors jr&m Unexpected Source Turns Up. iniyrs SSI? FSB hew m, 33SAOHXXOTJS CUSRKKTS 3ET WITE OK THE TRIP TO LT6AN. Sh A. G. Ropw ad jmms Ralph. tail Villi Th AMife Xataor &om Um OMMt TFilh Lmltor. come windfall of mOon to th caputs of deep water vowels MM an moicc Many of Ik native dock laborer and sailor fMM the steamers aad tfwwrtwtff bave saddenty concluded that they vast to be deep aea sailor the trip aroood the Horn In sofa. Teaterdar the Rope teft lor New Tar with a fail crew. aiaay of the aalkm who left la her were la her whea she arrld. Fire aatfre boys tiled the crew, aad Captain Chapman -want on bis way rejoicing. The Chapman aad Phelps are ready to go. Tbey will nalab shipping their crew Monday and get away for New Tort aad San Fraaciaco Tuesday or Wednesday. The Chapman will sign natirea. some of them ab' They are getting good wages. too, these men who have gone to the eaptatn. dollars advance money aad the same amou...

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. — 15 July 1900

frs K V iM? & smv .. TEE HONOLULU EEPTJBLICAX, SUNDAY JOLT 15, 1900. P fa y aEatBiJ,a5?laaRa?aJssEil5saJSiPBc''pWFs1g a ji x. TJ. i- H y VAlllf rifting to 2 2 . J We have just received a w groceries, uast vour eye CHEESE Freraags de Bnc, FreaagE ii Ssrgsazsla, 5 iUJiza P2rasse, - Mwl or Eiass, 2 PiflE2ppl Gdiforafc Fall Creas, I Irocsrial. McUteb's, LiBburger, Etc Etc. 7 HMrVcB Insf is iMaff Kirh Ham Leaf. Frank Bratwerst Saossge, KetwBrst Saasage, J Eeddjce Haia Sausags bj the pound", Scotch Herring in Toat Ssece, b Snails Geiibiqb FrEsclw, Grisaslj Blcalers, Etc., Etc. I f SALTEE & Tel. 6S0. Oppheum The Porter Furniture Go. BETHEL AND HOTEL STBEETS IMPORTERS AND Furniture and upholstery Chamber Suits " ' Chiffoniers : " Chairs, Tables Side Boards Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories CALL FOR MARIE BRIZAFRD & ROGER FAMOUS Recognised FRENCII f As the Bast. BRANDIES. W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd., Phone 4. Sole Aeents. 3hetf?i Theo. H. Davie...

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. — 15 July 1900

IP" -K , v ; -o y A&)& I TfAO If s if ! C " ' fe HONOLULU'S IDEAL SPOT FOR HOME BUILDERS! & y t " " V L AND MARVELOUS VIEW OF HONOLULU AND THE MIGHTY PACIFIC. v a ' X. -JF - - , .- .,- .?j ' i- " - -v - a " - i i iJf 1 X L - - IrWl I ril i LXN V llilllUll UT A T ivo iiiKSTS2riy vu? Qai y s- ? ',w ' 6 . . c ' & si.: j ..?.. C- j v - lfjTM'Vn THE ELECTRIC RAILWAY o ,:;. - i i i t rev v Hh- r -- " ".S" S.tfSWSaWeW ' MjWKJK"'1''1""'"'" .. ... , . ' J" ' -&!&&&& '- ""WJW - -v floWKaSWiPMfcr. v v, . s -- . THE HONOLT3I.U BEPOBIJCAN,. SUXDJLY, JDIrX 15, 1900. - j - r f i ' " is,- s r . jf ' flM 1.IM lj II k """ - i w :JM - - -J -v , , J. s? v-kV- ff - - i ( ,88 - -' S ' " 5" i l C f -. W . - - v 4- Gradual ascent from the city to a height of eight-hundred and sixty-seven feet above the sea level. r ,,-- i II: A I 1 If t ' The following are a few of the many advantages together with what we have already mentioned. A Baagrrificeiifc "BOULEVARD" galled! L, ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 15 July 1900

4 'atP 'SnKKK' "TfjFL Jy 'yWdL l45T PE r I ink I I U 2 ?& s w.it tt TT v m s i yyasn s foysSMm VTrAW i . S - Ni t WWG7VAr'sr7j &tfMS "We have "just received asorment of Variety of Styles, Biaor . i r. r . tr . rr ivffj irccr (y &x? Fhat Is all that is necessary to be said about our fifiiiiiiniifliifiiiniinnnitniiniinnminiinniniiiiiniiininiiniiiiiiniiniiinni TRIMMED HATS . At ilti,.Keiliiced Prices o FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. .' i, Blook nuj n. E. KILLE1N, LEflDINQ niLLINER. HOTEL STE.EET IjADIES'MUSLINTJNDERWEAE, direct from the makers an Ladies' Muslin Underwear -which, wo believe, in " jt Tho line is too large to enumerate tho diflererit Large Central Window, V V-1 Completeness of Assortment and General Attractiveness, ha ncAor been surpassed in Honolulu. car- i lent", so wo have made a display of a few of them in our A hvhu'hwill give l. one a partial idea of what they are, and n arioty of styles we have. ,,. ' -. C This Stock4s Worthy of Inspection In the Mies. HIR same dep...

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. — 15 July 1900

it s 1 t r SH Are for Sale T THE HONOLULU BEPUBLICAK, SUNDAY, JULY 15, 190G. FAIRCHILD'S AND jT1 jLA MURPHY & GO'S OE STOCKS COMBINED at In the Shoe $: Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets By their New Owners - ' " L. B. KERR & COMPANY, Limited, Who bought them at One-half Public at One-half their value. CORNER NEWS FROM HILO. i- (Contiuuud from Pago 1.) AUss Omit Little has been ordered by nor physician to reside for the nresem at Kahvikl. for a change of climate ' from Uio tea coast Mrs. Irene Brown of Honolulu gave a luau Saturday evening, at the home of Mr. John Brown, to a number of Hilo friends. Mrs. C. M. Hyde, mother of C. K. .Hyde, was an arrival by Inst Klnau. Mrs. Hyde will spnd some time at the volcano House. Harry Evans of Honolulu, who spezst j Urn Fourth In Hilo. is so well' pleased , with the outlook that he lutonds I a business here,. Ihe now Catholic school will be th finest frame school building on the 1st- ' jinils. Bishop Ropert will be presert j nt the dedi...

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. — 17 July 1900

It S 'I ; fi T? THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. YOLUME I, NO. 29 HONOLULU, H. TL, TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS MUCH CEHTRAL CQMMIHEE IEIG. .An Harmonious Session Held Last Night. GEO. W. SMITH ELECTED CHAIRMAN. ITJLL LIST OF THE DELEGATES AND PBOXIES IN ATTENDANCE. Some Interesting Bemarks by H. P. Baldwin Committee Appointed to Arrange for tion Meeting. At the meeting of the Republican Territorial Committee last night Mr. Goorge W. Smith was elected permanent chairman and Mr. E. It. Hendry permanent secretary by a unanimous vote. The meeting was called to order by Temporary Secretary C. L. Crabbe at 7:30 o'clock In the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce. There were present In person: George W. Smith, C. L. Crabbe. W. R. Farrington, Frank Archer, Enoch Johnson. J. A. Hughes, D. H. Kahaulelio, A. V. Gear, Hugh How-oil, Judge Luther Wilcox, James H. Boyd, Curtis P. Iaukea, Ed Towse, J. L. Kaulukou and H. P. Baldwin. Present by proxy: E. E. Richards, J. K. Nahale, J. H. WaiplulanI, R...

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. — 17 July 1900

2 " . - THE HOXOLnr REPUBLICAN. PulIzeed Every Morning Except by the Robt. Grieve Publishing Orapaay. Limited. EDttLVS. GILL, - - - - EDITOR. TELEPHONES: Badness X)Sce 47 EKltorial Rooms v 123 IL Entered atthe Post OSce at Jaln, H. L, as second-class malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per MrnUb. 'by Carrier J S One Year, br MU SH Six Months, by Mali 4ft STiree Moatb. by Mail or Carrier. 2 3S i HONOLULU. H.T., JULY 17, 1H. i , , Jim -waft until oar Dewocratie frleade get a daHy pr la Hosotaht. then -won't the for fly. .JMlgaJ practices is the courts antet Etop. Such work leads to oeatratttoa of the State, and most sot be It fa not aloa Uk prorfBee, bat the ttttr of a newspaper to call aUentJoa to oMclal errors and to stand for the rights and prrritegee of all the people, as against a aelect few. Why all this tempest about a court Interpreter? Why should not a judge have the appointment of the Interpreter for his court as well as the appointment of bis own clerk of court? The drawing of a graad...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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