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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 March 1901

"srcP -Jr- ifciifei miftk $ "t - - - A t SIX THK BOXOCOUj XEPUBLICAaCRIDAY; MARCH i. 1901 HIERESTIIiG ITEMS FROM JJPJK ANOVELIST IS FINED BECAUSE . OF A DISPLEASING Strange Stcry of a Ring Marqul Ito Again III Famine Bad In China Town. The following items are taken from the Japan Gazette: Last September, a valuable gold ring was stolen from a Japanese Jeweler, H.'ItokI. on board an American transport in Nagasaki. The ring was sot found and the owner left tne vessel a adder bat a wiser man. On the evening of Thursday last an American from the V. S. transport Sumner entered a jeweler's shop owned by the above Japanese, to have his watch repaired. He snowed the a gold ring and asked the value of it. The master of the shop examined the ring and told the enquirer that It I was the same that had been stolen on j board the vessel last September He! claimed the ring and refused to give; it np. The case was referred to the: ponce, who found that the Jeweler's contention was right ana he was ...

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. — 1 March 1901

rir T XWOOOPOOOOOOPPOOOOOOOOOOOt 5 OUR NEW DANCING SLIPPERS 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" and "L'Petite" Sandals gems of beauty; all new creations. LADIES! YOU DOITT KNOW "WHAT STTXES ABE until you i ave inspected onr stock MGlnertiy's Shoe Store SiClCAGOO&OOC&G&ttG&Q Theatrical Season .OPENS ON MARCH 5.... 7"e are especially prepared, to raake order esicrujsive desigrns in L.t 50c a IFair. i Fine German Rugs 27 s 55, at $50. "We are Sole Agents of the famous Royal Worcester Corset ! AH the leadimr numbers in stock. X wsyyyy?; g!gi$ftag4$cswwftftg?gft to OPERA CLOCKS Our stock of coiffures for the hair, rhine stone ornaments, new sailor hats with pugarees and taffeta bows is the most complete of any store in the islands. ::::::::::: aqp. a t ,t . .aostjD bjE The M. E. KiUean Go, Ltd. Arlington-Block.- Hotel Str...

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. — 1 March 1901

r InR for bids for feed may be known to the stockholders. It looks like a putsje to outsiders. At all events the disgruntled faction threatens to bring the company's affairs Into the courts by the equity route. An Honest Medicine for La Grippe. It is not so much what the newspapers say, as what neighbor says to neighbor, or friend to friend, that has hrought Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy into such general use. It Is as natural for peo ple u express their gratitude after rising this remedy as It Is for watr to flow down hill. It Is the one that cjin nhvavs be depended upon, -whether a baby bo sick with cholera infantum or a man with cholera morbus. It Is pleasant, sate and reliable. Have you a bottle of It la yor home? For sale by Benson. Smith Co., General Agents for.tWTerrkorv' af'Hawjili. . ; "&)& .J'.. k)MiM. 53' . n V'jP ATURDA KICKING FROLIC OF TERRITORY STABLES CO. MEETING OP STOCKHOLDERS DEVELOPS A FIGHT JOF ' FACTIONS. Treasurer Schuman Holding Co...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 March 1901

V-S- K- - rH" , JSi - 8 0VU1 ' - ..- !.,! r fcai TL THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. ?OLTJME II, SO. 226 HONOLULU, H. TL, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1901 PMOE ITVE CZXT3 V f Y r k ? S 11 U T hi Clll DISPENSARY m Its Origin and Early Difficulties and Operation. LUCID PAPER BY L 0. TIMMONS READ BEFORE THE RESEARCH CLUB YESTERDAY EVENING. Accumulated Sentiment Created by Temperance Societies Caused Extreme Measures Created Rioting Courts Upheld Law. L. D. Timmons by request prepared the following paper for the Research Club. It was read at the meeting of that organization at the home of Hon. J. B. Atherton yesterday evening. Mr. Timmons belongs to South Carolina and his later newspaper work there was In the thick of the fight over the adoption of the Dispensary Hystora. Since coming to Honolulu some years ago. Mr. Timmons has kopt constantly posted on the operation of that mothod of regulating the liquor traffic In his native State. His contribution of this paper to the current discussion of the lfquo...

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

H ". ' Sis.- i,'-ff- , - -SOS? & r TTO THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 2? igoi. jk TIDKS, SOTT ASD XOOJT. '4 Oceanic Steamship Oo.nCNRY H,- DAT TABLE. lie mcrcsiK menuer it miihii m V "" WITH -- jim.1 FE !n.aqpjBVs.j m if- . The steamers ot riiis liae will arrive a- leave this port as iMsrewrert ,5.1JI . 2-S iMiJll 9.BJ STORE S i k T GITY EUBNTTURB TBe.:sll.5 1 3.S? 'US.S.flKJ FROM SANIFRANC1SCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO.', ' ;; ?. i9oi. i M01. "3" .1 i i i V ! ; v ar,I.fefajiJ ..1tJ50r.9 4i 7.Xi.2.; 2.0 Mariposa. . -...-.';.. St-....: ilan 2 "Maxiposa . .. LOVE BUILDING, FORT ST. r -ma.! r ; i ; Sierra ...Mar. 12 .7:... Mar. 12 I ' I t t Mariposa Mar. 23 iizriposa. . . Mar. 27 Frt ; IS 1.2i: 7JS S-K &.! 3. Sonoma . ...... J.-... ....-..Apt; 2 Yentara . ... Apr. 2 ia.tn ikjc Mariposa '. i.Apr. 13 Maripos3 . . ........... .Apr. 17 jet Trm'fca1',Tir.s' a. Sped aJIty - I I Ventura..- ;r....r.'irtvrr;:'Apr.23 Sierra; ..... ...r.r...i:r.,Apr. 23 SBB..; 3 n.SL 2. X- 3-- 9.21 S.1...

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

& Y : J& I t G. SCHUMAN MERCHANT" ST. Between Tort and Alakea. IS THE MAST SUCCESSFUL VEHICLE T IRE... ' ;' . IN THE WORLD. ? v t Jt v j! 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 this celebrated tire to any size wheel. G. SGHUMflN, PET 6REtM and ttlGrtLftND 6REtV pop all purposes for uahieh FLtUlD JVIILiK otr DAIY C?EAflK may be used. -- ilTIS ALWAYS FRESH. .-, i AGE, LIKE Til AT OF -- - THI Kelly- Springfield Tire Agent IT IS NOT AFFECTED BY SUGARED MILK. TR&DIHf GO., Ltd. AGENTS Love Building Cigars THE Uor.Xuuanu and Merchant sts .and Hotel St. opp. Bethel. P.O. Box 979 HAWAMH DISTRIBUTING 532 Fort Street Best HAVANA MANILA MEXICAN AMERICAN PORTORICA AT U1W1II2U THDinnn nil ITn nUnftllfln lUuAuUU llU. LIU., fe pit Qyyjiy Scientifically to relieve strain, and improve the sight. Nothing too much trouble if it helps to make accurate work. Promptly and to last. FACTORY OH T...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 March 1901

THE HONOLULU KLTUBLICA.N. FsbllBhod Every Morning Except b toe RobL GrJeTe Coap-37, LfeiHed. - .JB3WIN S. GILL. - EDITOR YELEPHONES. Beilness OfTTcw Main 218 Editorial Rocn. Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu, H. T., as malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier....- .75 One Year, by Mall 8.00 Six Moaiis. by Mall 4.00 Three ilonths, by Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., MAKCH 2, 1901. WEATHEE YESTERDAY. Mum Temperature "I 8 lrsrra. Minimum Terapnuir fit M. 'lsire. S Si t 9 p. m.; tailing. BlnlnUJBl V cn D Point fer the Day W Kmo IlelnUrc Humidity 72. WIXDS. EnM to wothwet, 2 weather, fair to cloudy and Fonrcjurr roK Todat. SouUmrljr wind, uncUd weather and rain. POWER OF THE LEGISLATURE. Senator Cecil Brown has lived so long under the centralized government of Hawaii tnat he cannot realize 'that this Is now American Territory "and that American laws prevail. He 'fitill believe8 that the legislature is only fit to be used as a foots...

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

t ) ? v T ft 4 Jas. v. V. y . s . rJ. 9 . v. . v. V. ' AJi'Jg' 790 NNXVVVXXNVNVi;VNSX DIFFEREXT ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROM WJIBX LOOKING f FOR SOMETHING GOOD TO BAT. Vke have just received some fine lines of . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, XxAME Also a full line of MEATS, EISH, Etc. suitable for lunches- 5 Salter 2 Tel. 6S0. Orpheum HOTEL STREET, Yon Can Take Advantage of Us J) i) l DURING THE MONTH OF MMH PROFITS WILL BE LOST SIGHT OF. ... . f f l -G- 3 THE HUB CLOTHING HOUSE, Hotel Street, Tiieo. H. Daviss & Co.. Ltd. SUGAR FACTORS. IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERG AN01SE. COMMISSION AGENTS FOR , Canadian-Australian Steamship Line Jbloyds,British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. Northern' Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpoo r New Une of Goods has just arrived, consisting of CHINA, LACQJJER AND ANTIMONY WARE NEW DESIGNS IN SEASONABLE SILK 9?he latest patterns in Silks and Silk Goods, Kinionos, .Grass Cloth Center Pieces, Doilies...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 March 1901

'- " ;-",' -s. . , J-. (f -,, f - - SIX THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 2. xooi. CARQLIHl OfSPEKSIBT lil (Continued from First Page) tie same time constables are empowered to search hotels, day cr night, for contraband goods. Ziirsor resorts are declared to be xidsicccK and are prohibited. The yenfehment tor keeping Euch is a fine of rot less than 1300 or imprisonment for not less than three months, or ioto In the discretion of the court. Troin section S2 oa in the law, for a considerable space, the matter of nqaors and transporting throcgh the State is treated. 2 fe provided that liquors in transit. 33 soon as they cross the State line shall be subject to the effect and vpcratfon of the Dispensary law. Kaffroad trains, steamboats, wagons carts or any other vehicles liquors are liable to seizure. In fco jast seven years railroad trains iavo been chained to the tracks stop-! ytnfi traffic absolutely for short periods, and vessels isv? been Foiled ad condemned for violating t...

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

-V T 1 r 1 ootoo50WJWX looaooooooooooo if ' GOO KIM Shirts w9$$999w99w9 , OUR NEW DANCING SLIPPERS An Immense ?lew Stock ' THE SWELLEST STYLES IN DANCING SLIPPERS EVER SHOWN: Vhfce Sli prs, in kids and canvas; Ideal Patent Kids, three-strap; patent ieainer auu in one, two and Delsarte" and "LTctite" Sandals gems of beauty; all new creations. YOTJ DON'T KN0W WHAT STYLES , r I f I S I P J J t O I ASE until 5"oa are P onr stock g iMGlnernV'sShoG Store TH Theatrical Season ....OPENS ON MARCH 5.... prepared, to make to -We axe especially order exclusive designs in OPERA CLOAKS Our stock of coiffures for the hair, rhine stone ornaments, new sailor hats with pugarees and taffeta bows is the most complete of any store : : : : : in the islands. ::::.' TheM.E.EilleanCo,Ltd, Arlington Block. Hotel Street. " ' 1- ; . . - GOO KIM SELLS Heavy Pongee Silk o.ii. TTVorVi?nfa All COlOrS Grass "hades of colors j Rrn9 Linen ie,i UlOU "" ""00 .. . U1G Nuuanu Ave. Fancy Dry Goods Prices KcasonaDie. There...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 March 1901

,-' K EIGHT DR. CHAPMAN "SPOTTED" By THE SALOON HEN WHISKY INTERESTS EAGERLY WATCHING SUCCESS OF t . THE MOVEMENT. Speedy Action Urged Probable Passage of the Dispensary Bill Has Aroused Interest Final Steps Taken Monday Evening. "Honolulu Is full of whisky men. and they are not over here for their health either," sententiously declared Dr. E. S. Chapman, the anti-saloon advocate, in addressing a number of earnest temperance people assembled at the auditorium of the Young Men's Christian Association yesterday evening. The meeting was called for the purpose of taking steps towards the formation of an anti-saloon league for this city. During the course of the evening much enthusiasm was manifested. By unanimous consent Dr. Chapman was appointed chairman. Rev. A. E. Cory was chosen secretary, during the stage of temporary" Dr. Chapman stated the objects of the league. Ho urged upon those present the necessity of united and prompt action In the matter. He was of the opinion that the sal...

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

i' 1 I I -y 4 r "'" lPIHWfW' p- '-- - "- '-wt w?:fi&&z rgvpi WW if ST " ' 'rH f1 w - i1" yy "-- v-- - ,t.w.. : .- xv)-" & . wbt'b ""F "TW "wr ,' , v xr"m 11 w . ' i m pases SeTlili HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLUME IL NO. 227 HONOLULU, H- T SUNDAY. MAjRCH 3, 1901 PHVJE ilYE CENTS MATH 11 DISASTER MET U A DffiSE VEIL OF TREACHEROUS FOG Six Score Lives Go Out With the Sinking of Eio de Janeiro in San Francisco Bay. Steamer Runs Afoul the Port Point Rocks and Sinks at Daybreak Captain and Pilot Lost in Taking a Chance in a Game With Fate. SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 23 The Pacific Mall steamship City of Rio :ie Janeiro went down yesterday morning at the Golden Gate and one hundred and twenty-two human lives and a king's ransom in treasure were doath's harvest of horror for the day. Within the harbor which should have meant security after a voyage oj storm and distress, human beings struggled and fought for their 'lives jiot against the elements, for the bcv was as calm as a sea of glass ...

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

ft ""? taff T" g -i' .-? RT 1X0 THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY. MARCH 3. JQor. 4k tides, sxnr AXD XOOY. Oceanic Steamship Go. HENRY H. WILUinS... v t 3: Ike Pngresshe hiertiker if Hmlili J- if TIME TABLE. n PRESIDENT ELECT THEODORE ROOSEVELT has UICE children, and their names begin with a "Teddy" and end with Quentin. They are called Theodore. Ethel, Alice, Kermlt, Archibald and Quentin. The home life of the famous Rough .Rider is about as near Ideal as any Ufo. can be. although during the last four years the head of the family has been out of It to a great extent on account of public duties. Alice is now a young lady. Theodore is 13, Kermlt 11, Ethel , Archibald 6 ana Quentin just 3. The children are modest. Their home life has been so conducted that they have been kept out of the public affairs of their distinguished father as much as possible- Mrs. Roosevelt is essentially a home woman. She believes that as a mainstay of. the Governor, her first outy Is to protect his home1? cir...

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. — 3 March 1901

i X t i f &$ wnwwjTMiMWJWWwmiwwtttMi. ------ -..,,-- - -.,. -. ,-- tf HOTEL STREET, NEAR FORT YonOaiiTakeidvaiitaeof Us ti ti l) DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH PROFITS WILL BE LOST SIGHT OF. ... . 9) -- You don't need to buy unless you want to but we know you will want to when you see the goods and the small prices attached to them. In order to keep business humming during March we are making sensational prices on all Men's and Boy's clothing, Hats and Gents' Furnishings. THE HUB CLOTHING HOUSE, Hotel Street, near Fort. Tto. H. Davies & Co., Ltd, SUGAR FACTORS. IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERD AND1SE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. AGENTS FOR Canadian-Australian Steamship Line Lloyds; British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpoo Ft New Une of Goods has just arrived, consisting of CHINA, -LACQUER AND ANTIMONY WARE NEW DESIGNS IN SEASONABLE SILK The latest patterns in Silks and Silk Goods, Kimo...

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

J1 "!- - jw Hf " , fc -- - v k- - " -. -. -. - .4, EIGHT THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, MARCH -3, 1901. I death m mm. (Continued from First Page.) The lost ship lies within a short tance of the spot -where her sister vessel, the City of New York, went to pieces on Bonita rocks - several years ago. SAN. FRANCISCO REARS THE STORY OF SURVIVORS The first news of the disaster reaches, the Merchants through a telephone message from JL J. Fitzger ald, marine reporter or tne jxenange at Melggs wharf. Fitzgerald was standing on the edge of ihe wharf, peering out into the fog for some trace of the overdue China steamer, when, at 7:40 o'clock, he was startled to see a Boatload of thinly clad people ap proaching the dock. In a moment the name of the steamer was discernible on the lifeboat, and the awful truth dawned upon Fitzgerald that the Rio had been wrecked. The tiaings was flashed up town, and soon the whole city knew that the big Pacific Mail liner had gone to the bottom with scores upo...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 March 1901

4 Y tV f i i P G. SCHUMAN , MERCHANT ST. Tort and Alftkea. IS THE MOST SUCCESSFUL VEHICLE TIRE... IN THE WORLD. Ot Jt w It outshines all other tires at every point of comparison, and is the ONLY SOLID RUB BBR TIRE which ives universal We Gan fit this celebrated tire to any size wheel. G. SDHUMflN, PET CREtV and rlGHrLrND 6RErV Pop all purposes for? uuhieh FiiUiD jvrmK o DmY CEflJVI may be used, j V"flMrSlr'SH U1 i'.il v ' "Pf'SEJ Mumia9 y.g" st" -? 4. ; THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 3. igor. three: -G- IT IS ALWAYS FRESH. .', , AGE, LIKE THAT OF -- THE Kelly-Springfield Tire Agent IT IS NOT AFFECTED BY SUGARED MILK. mum go., ul AGENTS Love Building Cigars THE r Xuuanu and Merchant sts .and Hotel St opp. Bethel. P,O.Eox979 hawjBhm DISTRIBUTING 632 Fort Street Best HAVANA MANILA MEXICAN-AMERICAN PORTORICA AT UlWlHiy TflDinOn nfl ITfl nrtTTflllln lUDAUUU UU. LIU., WHITMAN & CO. BHBirir'i inffiiiihPT"BBlKBB The First Auto-Bicycle WE FIT mMJMJ Scientifically to relieve strai...

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

'vL? - -.- - '" ... v Vg s; - "-T 'l '-K' --""-' H f. & . e? - ,-- s .;- THE HONOLULU MARCH- 3,-1901 " ('' . -- FOUR TEE HdiNOLULD REPUBLICAN. Pabllfihcd Every Morning Except Monday, by the Robert Grieve Publishing Company, limited. EDWIN S. GILL EDITOR telephones: i Main 218 Business Office Editorial Rooms hin 123 Entered at the rest Office at Honolulu, H. T., as Second-Class MalL HONOLULU. EL L, SUNDAY, MARCH 3. fSOL DESTROY THE SHADOWS OF IWILEI. the protestation of the defenders of DESPITE vice at Iwilei that such a place .s necessary In this community the Christian sentiment of the people is against it and we believe that sentiment- is strong enough to bring aboat the closing of Iwilel and the strict enforcement of uic law by the officials of the Territory. In -another column of today's Republican is published an intorviow with Mrs. H. C. Coleman on the evils of such a vile den as IvrileL Mrs. Coleman well says: "It Is a high price we (the moral women 'of the community) are...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 March 1901

1 r, J Y T, v 4' i (, ' Ta Mt K i iu seiect me preiuesu ise .siuHDer lof white shades, too. Is surprising. There Is the oyster-white. It Is ade ijp of the faintest tones of blended piak, blse and greea. with a creamy vklifl mrcrinwitnirrtt tlA If !c nstv n Jho aes ihat the celers areioticen) ible at alt Tbea there are those delicate pe shades that are so naneross altogether charming. Some of M o" x' ' y Wathions OSTESSES are complaining that i teas sad card parties are get-Jf uag too aoDotoaons. and tj" Is the cry of the constant entertainer. As gone on jmjrs. it most oe bad. bo matter at what roet. aad ta nothing cl5e Is the remark more true than la entertaining, that "there i aothlag new the Witt."" T thJak alter all thic searching for evfteatcwt the qofet of the domestic I will appeal atroaglr to one, and a aalet eweaiag at bene and a gmae of solitaire a4ex "rfll be jaet the i it IwaiJ MeaavMie. soutaire r. the gae for company, aad toe y..; eteninja at home are not spent a'.oih "...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 March 1901

it W- JX THEHOKOtUUJ )AY, MAfeCHisoi." - -v -" Z'ie A TEA TASTERS' They Must Not Smoke Nor Indulge in Alcoholic Beverages, Ifest They Lose Their Cunning. "Y" EN who lire by tasting tea III hare a hard life. Ther III are not the young men I JL 1 bave to go to after-I I noon functions, bat the r Indefadgabie persons vrho tell "arhether a grade of the fragrant Oriental herb la "worth a half a cent a pound more or lees than a giren sample. The government maintains a board of experts, and every large tea importing house has In its employ a competent judge of the quality of tea. Many of the importers are themselves proficient In tae art of determining the value of tae leaves. The continual tasting of tea racks the nerves, impairs the digestion and deranges the functions of the internal organs. It frequently makes life unpleasant, and the connoisseurs have to stop work for a while. One of the government's of tea Abel H. Upham, recently committed' suicide in Chicago. His family v said that ...

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

A Y T LADIES! 7?r OUR . X9QPPO00P0O0O0P0PPPPP00P0g NEW DANCING SLIPPERS An Immense flew Stock THE SWELLEST STYLES IN DANCING SLIPPERS EVER SHOWN: White Sli p 5rs, 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 nevr creations. YOU D02TT KNOW "WHAT STYXES ABE until you j are inspected oar stock MGlnerny's Shoe Store J&X&OQOQCKKXK&CKM JUST TO HAND. .A HANDSOME LINE OF.. Ladies' Knox Pelt Hats, New Bailor Hats New Matinee Hats WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING (DP TO THE FASHION GOODS By every steamer. You can't go wrong or be out of style when purchasing of us. The ME mean Co, Lti Arlington Block. Hotel Street. r PACIFIC IMPOKT CO. Progress Bloek, Fort Street. GHEAT OPPORTUNITIES! At our store this week. Read this advertisement carefully and you will notice genuine reductions in prices on the following lines of goods: Silk Mull. 40-inch French Silk Mull In Cream nnd Lavender, formor pr...

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