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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 March 1901

&m K HflT lrr .- : z&? JEN THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, UARCff 3. 1501. y y Splendid new residence suburb of Oahu College. Matchless home sites, with every variety of level, rolling and sloping ground SUPERB VIEWS of both ocean and mountain. Boulevard and streets already graded ; water to be laid on every block; 20-foot alleys to contain all water pipes, telephone poles, etc., and afford rear entrance to all lots. Stores, shops and shacks are absolutely excluded. Lots 100x150 to 200 at the very low prices of $800 to $2500. F R S ? BOOKS AND BOOKMAKERS.; history of a race of people and THE literature Is. to a most absorbing Interest, and to a casual reader of sufficient importance to claim attention. Among the man- races there are none who have had less of their hlstorj studied and given to the world than the Chinese. In forming an opinion of this most Into: esting people the mistake Is nearly always made of judging the race and their mental and intellectual status by the...

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. — 5 March 1901

2 ' s rfr f C - "'? -." " r yvCv" "i-'"' -. r .. r. .ft O -Hi .& .JI .. ,.v 7 V .--- THE HONOLULU REPUBLIC AN. v'OLTDIE II, NO. 22S HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, MAUCH 5, 1901 PBJ3E 1TVE CENTS i r v t ) ft.' IF&1 i A1WERS TOE PRAYERS OF THE SUFFERING LEPERS Legislative Investigating Committee Takes the Testimony of the Unfortunates. - i. Itendrt of the Committee Will Contain Many Important Recommendations for Relief. More Pood, Better Treatment and a Measure of Local Government. "Leprosy! God Almighty, has ever more ingenious dev'? of the Fiend been invented for the punishment of thine erring children?", Thus spoke a newspaperman at the conclusion of the work of the Investigating committee of the Legislature in the Settlement at MolokaL The people of this city know that there Is a leper settlement on They know that there are 1000 patients detained, within Its limits. , They have heard of persons being taken from home and family and placed within its confines never to return. Dm ...

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

Rio de Janeiro struck on what Is J known as Mile ..ock. In this vicinity tho wator 1.4 from sixty to seventy fathoms deep. To anchor here is ln my opinion, the disaster occur red something as follows: The fog sailor who has navigated about San Francisco bay knows is often the case, the mist came down igaln. Under such conditions, but two things remain to be done. One is to go back, tho other Is to go ahead. To stay in one place Is as Impossible as It would be dangerous. The water is beyond the depth of an- anchor chain and with passing vessels there is the greatest danger of being run down. To turn around and go out again is also hazardous. The safest thing is to go ahead. That is what Captain Ward J and Plolt Jordan were doing, evidently, when they struck the sunken rock." Weyfield Comes. Just as the noon whistles announced the hour of twelve o'clock, the United States transport Weyfield rubbed against the Navy wharf. She has no story of interest to bring, aside from the fact that ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 March 1901

P 1 IS THE MOST SUCCESSFUL VEHICLE TIRE... IN THE v J -- IT IS ALWAYS FRESH. . AGE, LIKE THAT OF -- '-' " si G. SCHUMAN MEFROHAiMT Between Port and Alakea. It outshines all other tires at every point of comparison, and is the ONLY SOLID RUBBER TIRE which ives universal satisfaction. We can fit this celebrated tire to any size wheel. C, SDHUM AH, - - - flgenl PET GREtM and ttlGHrLArND GREftW Fop all purposes -for rjahieh FLtUlD VIIIiK orr DAIY CERJVI may be used. E&WAHAH WSm 60., Ltd. DISTRIBUTING AGENTS 1 632 Fort Street Love Building Best HAVANA MANILA. MEXICAN AMERICAN PORTORICA AT nn 1 rri HAWAIIAH TOB4GG0 UU. LIU., WHITMAN & CO The First Auto-Bicycle i ....The public ....operation HARDWARE THE Kelly- Springfield Tire WORLD. 0 IT IS NOT AFFEOTED BY SUGARED MILK. Cigars THE Oor. Xuuanu and "Merchant sits .and Hotel St opp. Bethel. P.O. Box 979 is invited to call at our store '.'ss,.s..ts . 'x. vs: - ' i - THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, MARCH: 5, 1901. XHRE1V WE FIT mJUJ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 March 1901

Vrv&xro ul'f iWS;ia - -,"; "iJK 1 !Tjsaefcsfisu aojfc '1'iukmi '' I v - v-,.- Tc-? FOUR THE HOXOLUL'U REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1901. 'THE HONOLULU kfcPUBLICAX: Fafeuaacd Every iteming Except tar b ae RobL Grieve Compsay, limited. XDWIX S. GILL EDITOR YELEPHONES. Sadness OflfSev Main 218 Editorial Rocra Main 123 Washington Bureau Port Bulldlnfl Eatsred at the Post OlHce at H. T.. as inalL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier ? .75 One Year, by Mall 8.00 Sir Moafci. by Mail ...- 4-00 Three Uonths, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. Tn MARCH 5, 1901. 07EATHEB YESTEBDAY. Xeaa Temperature 73 0 dreiw. Minimum TempTtBr . learvf. HAiImsm tteprf. 9 P- falling. Mmo Dew PMlnt for the Dar a-0 " Mivuj Humidity 05. WINDS. NnrUiMfft. u. 2. Weather, dear anernoon. cJmnlr in wrnlnjr. ronlAST FOB TODAT. Frrh trades And Yarinblo irenthtT. aXesson FROM JAPAN. ApoloBiBts for the vile resort at Iwllei have "pointed with pride" to the Yoshiwara In Japan and cited the Japanese system of pol...

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

r b J- -,& r " ' V " jr - . w ," . ! THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN; TUESDAY, MAR&H 5, 1901. FIVE V - 19Q1 DIFFERENT .OlTICLES TO CHOOSE FROX If TEX LOOKING FOR SQXETHISG GOOD TO BAT. 4 , HYe have jast received some fine lines of . . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLE GAME AI40 a fall line of MEATS, FISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. Salter AWaity i Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. tf4'rtf'r HOTEL STREET, NEAE FOBT Yon Can Take Advautas e of Us DURING THE MONTH 1 MARCH PROFITS WILLBE -LOST SIGHT OF. ... . ! 9J -- You don't need to buy unless you wan 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. Theo. H. Dayles & Co., Ltd. SUGAR FACTORS. IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERC ANDISE. .COMMISSION MERCHANTS. AGENTS TOR ' Canadian-Australian Steamship Line- 'ibloydsf Brit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 March 1901

h c flit ii , ..- '' iiriJWm ., , i-l " ' AS1 j& I'aBiafcWmf in b tmtyi . 1sret: fJ v W Mf - ,"? , - Mynwi ---- -4 SIX THE HOXOLllJffiEPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, UARCH i'xgot. BIG PUAIOTS JTUf Two Injunction Suits Cause a Little Confusion. SENTENCE OF WEAPON-WIELDER PROBATE OF ARCH. C. STEELE'S WILL MADE IN MASONIC CEREMONIAL. Habeas Corpus for Opium Possessor Appeals from Hllo New Lawyer Enrolled Documents on the Court Files. WaltakH Sugar Co. by Its attorneys, Kinney, Ballou & McClanaban, Las filed a replication to the answer of Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co., saying !t is untrue, uncertain and insufficient. , Letters from W. R. Castle, an attorney for H.acs. Co., are filed by Mr. Ballou. They give assurances that defendant company has no object In building a certain wall but to confine the Wailuku stream to its natural or usual bed. As defendant is the konohlki, or water landlord, of the plaintiff. Mr. Castle says, "We wonld rather suffer Injury in our own right than to do a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 March 1901

Y y Y --- myiwsfwFiiy T naymgyjjwy" iSjSipg rif S5 P5"acTPPR"J!l . a ", - THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 5, igot. SS2VEN L 1 - 1 yOOOOOOQOCOOOOO&OQO09DO& 5 OUR NEW DANCING SLIPPERS An Immense iew THE SWELLEST STYLES IN DANCING SLIPPERS EVER SHOWN: White Slirpsrs, in kids and canvas; Ideal Patent Kids, in one, two and three-strap; patent leather " Dora Delsarte" and' "LTetite" Sandals gems of beauty; all new creations. - -. y 1 f YOU DOW'I iiMUW dxxjujs.3 I " L I EH ! ABE until yon 1 ave inspected our stock fWGlnertiy's Shoe Store iC&QOCaOCKOQC&X&X&GQCKXJ JUST TO HAND. ....A HANDSOME LINE OF.... Ladies' Knox Felt Hats New Bailor Hats New Matinee Hats WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING UP TO THE FASHION GOODS By every steamer. You can't go wrong or be out of style when purchasing of us. 37?- j The M. E. Killean Co, Ltd. irlington Block. Hotel Street. PACIFIC IMPORT CO. Progress Block, port Street. GREAT OPPORTUNITIES! At our store this week. Eead this adverti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 March 1901

J It 1 It ' - V-.A'-W .. -J-- rs ' -'-I v. iXi .v rv ,, A i " . j ,,f s A. ..' '3? $5 EIGHT THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN", TUESDAY, MARCH 5. 1901- i NATURAL ADVANTAGES. The Trustees of Oahu College now offer the magnificent residence ground, containing home sites with Every Variety of level and rolling ground, affording Superb Views of both mountain and ocean, with healthful air and a desirable elevation.' IMPROVEMENTS. A broad central avenue alread y acadamized and 56-foot streets graded. "Water pipes laid on every block. ALLEYS. alleys to contain water pipes, telephone poles, etc., and afford rear entrance to all lots. AT ft- A- . " " -mi v Kt Steamors duo and to sail for the next two months are as follows: DEPART. Steamers For Depart. MARIPOSA Sau Fran .... Mar. 5 CITY OF PEKING San Fran. Mar. S SIERRA Sydney Mar. 12 SONOMA San Fran Mar. 12 MIOWERA Victoria Mar. 13 COPTIC Yokohama Mar. 14 GAELIC San Fran Mar. 16 WARlilMOO Sydney Mar. 1G AMERICA MARU Yokohama.Mar. 22 HONGKONG MARU San ...

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

t -' - v 5 -J "W "" ...- .. -., .-v. -. ---- sfw , j , i't iU)L L y .' r. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN -'. fOLTJME II, NO. 229 HONOLULU, H. IL, TEDNESDATT, 3JAjRCH 6, 1901 PKIJE 11VE CENTS Si . M THE GRMD JURY'S FINAL REPORT OF FEBRCM TERM "They Visit Iwilei Twice, But Find There No Cause for Indictments. Judge Humphreys Dissents Emphatically on Iwilei He Concurs Unreservedly With Their Findings Regarding Insane Asylum and Reform School. ESTERDAY morning the grand institutions of the kind elsewhere in m Jury made Its final report for W the February term oi tne cult Court. First Circuit, to Judge Humphreys, presiding. The Judge delivered a reply, at the close of which he discharged the jurors. Both report and reply appear uelow in full and furnish highly inter- esting reading on local questions of great importance; ,., To the HON. A S HUMPHREYS . 1st Judge, Circuit Court. First ' Judicial District. Territory of Ha- The Grand Jury empanelled and of February the on sworn before you current,...

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

1 7. f ! -... . "fc 'i rro THE HONOLULUKEPUBOCAN, WEQXESDAY, 3fARCH 6. igor. ALTO Cq $ Mariposa let go all her lines THE ten minutes after five afternoon. The passenger list was an unusually large one, and the scene was more than ordinarily lively. The mail was exceptionally large, as all or nearly all of the correspondence sent out on the Wo was duplicated. The Columbia was the only foreign vessel to come in during the day. She is a from thet.ound and carries lumber. Passengers Sailed. The following passengers sailed on the Mariposa, Tuesday, March 5: J.. Simpson, wife and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Doward and son, Mrs. Hardy, Miss KHIean, Mrs. Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Kahn and daughter, Andrew Moore, wife and two children, P. F. Konlike. A. H. Bachelor, A. Caro, Z. lu a Miller and wife. C. Innes, Miss "Vestal. Carl Jensen, W. W. Bruner, Mrs. Hendry and family, F. L. Decker. Rev. Hamilton Lee, A. E. Kaeser. T. Lcvlngston. A. E. Lalley, T. A. Stewart, ilrs, E. Steward, Mrs. Allen, H. E: Cuth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 6 March 1901

i 1? Wm.G.irwin&Co LIMITED KEFLXED SUGARS. Cube and Granulated. PAMMNE PALY! COS Paints, Compounds End .Building Papers. lis' Lucol Baw and Boiled. Linseed Haw and Boiled' DMDiE, Water-proof cold-water Paint, and outside; In white and colors. FEE HIIZEBS Alex. Crosa & Sons' Ligh-grade Scotch fertilizers, adapted for sugar cane and coffee. X. Ohlandt A: Co.'s chemical Fertilizers and finely ground Bonemeal. STEAM PIPE COVERING, Reed's patent elastic sectional pipe Covering. : FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS, lb.. Linen and Jute. r ' SEMENT. LIME & BRICKS Agents Fop WESTERN SUGAR Sai Francisco. Ga BALDWIN LOCOMOT VORKS, Vhtladelph. Fa, U.S. A NEWELL TJhTVEKSAIi MILL CO, (Mauf. "National Cane Shredder" w , U. S. A OI1LANDT & CO., San Francisco, Cal KISDONTRON AND LOCOaiOTIVE WORKS. San Francisco. Cal The Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ltd. Importers ana Dealers in Hardware, Crockery, and Glassware 2, 3 and 4 Light Chandeliers and Mctnl and Glass Lamps, Lamp Fixtures Paints, Oils and Yarni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 6 March 1901

" v "C . vs?r . - - ; " " J7 X V FOUR THE HONOLIXU;REPUBLICAX, WEDNESDAY, lARCH 6, 1901. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Fabtfened Evcrr Morning Except Moa-&y b tac Grieve Ccmpsay. Limited. JDWIN S. GILL. - EDITOR TELEPHONES. wlne0cv. MFn218 Editorial Rotra '" 123 Wahlngton Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post Office at H. T as snalL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier. ."5 One Year, by Mall 8-00 Six Mouttr. by Mall 4.00 Three llonths, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HOSCLTJLU. H. T MARCH 6, 1901. "S7ZATHEB. YESTERDAY. Xeca TernrrtHr "1 0 Klnlmutn Temperature W- lectru Maximum 1ra:ratnre ". !ejrre. IUrocorW 3) 85 t 9 p m.; UlJlnc If eo Der Point for the Dr el. Xrua EcIaUto Utuntditr tX Korthpnt. S. WcatJjer thick anrt iuallr: Jjtmrr wliHis l cbuuiob. FOBUUST TOB TODAT. weather will continue. THE GRAND JURY'S REPORT. After a session of exactly one month the Grand Jury for the February term of court matfe its final report yesterday. While the report deals with a number of abuses in the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 6 March 1901

p 5U 1 &r wn t 9) p V v X fM0MMP0P0W99MBkM990PMP 1901 T" w."3 "We have just received some fine lines ol ? . - TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, GAME Also a full line of ' ' MEATS, FISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. HOTEL STREET, NEAB FOBT ,T 5r , ' - XMM' Yon Can Take Advantage of Us d ib t) DURING THE MONTH OF MARGH PROFITS WILL BE LOST SIGHT OF. ... . -- You don't need to buy unlets 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. Theo. H. Davies Co.. Ltd. SUGAR FACTORS. IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERC ANDISE. &.. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. - AGENTS FOR Steamship Line -Lloyds, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. v Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). I Canadian Pacific Railway Co.- Pioneer Lino ...

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

JST.C -- , 1 "V, " '! . v - 4 V V ,- SIX- 3HE HONOLULU REHJBLICAK; WEDKESDAyLARCIi.6901. L . .- JOHH I WILSON 01 FOB COKIiPI Is Charged With Violating- Restraining Order of Court. GBAN0 JURY REPORTS NO BILLS THREE SENTENCES PRONOUNCED IN CIRCUIT COURT YESTERDAY. ,-One a Lad Who Stole a Bicycle An- other a Man Who Drew a Knife The Third a Chinese for Con r tempt. Besides the general report elsewhere appearing the Grand Jury reported no bills in the following cases presented by the Attorney. General for Indictment: Eugene Sou ra, Frank mrK. nnneJe ana uonra, malicious Injury; Kaaiwal, larceny second degree; Frank Santos, embezzlement; i 51. Catterlln, assault with .weapon. No action was taken in the case of 'Lopez and Waiola, charged with larceny In the second degree commit, vl on the Island of Kauai, as the Grand Jury was advised that it had no jurisdiction to Investigate crimes committed In other circuits. Neither was action taken regarding Vlncente Villa Lustro, charged with assaul...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 6 March 1901

i Y ? ir in. xx&ooooo&oooooboooocvvc&x ik - . ; ' 8?r fkl 11 NEW DANCING SLIPPERS An Immense flew Stock 'THE SWELLEST STYLES IN DANCING SLIPPERS eVeR SHOWN: Whie Slippers, in kids and canvas; Tdeal Patent Kids, in one, two and threestrap; patent leather " Dora Delsarte" and "IPetite" -Sandals gems of beautv; all new creations. 7 i YOTT D02rT :K0W what styles f I f AHICOI 1 W ASE until yu ave inspected onr stock Mdnerny's Shoe Store SrtacacozooG&x JUST TO HAND. .A SANDSOME LINE OF.... iMaies' Knox Felt Hats - New Sailor Hats New Matinee -Hats l WE ABE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING FASHION GOODS - By every steamer. You cango wrong, or be out of style when purchasing of us. 'TheM.E.KiUeanCo,Ltd. Arlington Block. Hotel Street. PACIFIC IMP0E1 CO. Progress Block, port Street. GREAT MMTIITIIS! 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 and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 6 March 1901

V & 4 V I 8 . I I &00900090COOObOOO&OOCOtX OUR NEW DANCING SLIPPERS I An Immense flew Stock THE SWELLEST STYLES IN DANCING SLIPPERS eVeR SHOWN: Whie Slippers, in kids and canvas; Ideal Patent Kids, in one, two and three-strap; patent leather " Dora Delsarte" and "LTPetite" Sandals gems of beauty; all nevr creations. LADIES! ABE YOU MGlnernf s ; xaQGQ&rtQQ&xx& JUST TO HAND. ....A -HANDSOME LINE OF.... tees' Knox Felt Hats New Sailor Hats New Matinee .Hats WE ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING fjP TQ TK5 FASHION GOODS By every steamer. You can't, go wrong or be out of style -when purchasing of us. The M. E. Kfflean Co., Ltd. Arlington Block. PACIFIC IMPOKI CO. Progress Block, Fort Street. OMIT OPPORTUNITIES! At our store this week. Read this advertisement carefully and you will notice genuine reductions in prices 911 the following lines of goods: . Silk Mull. -1 0-inch French Silk Mull in Cream and Lavender, former price 35c. Reduced to 22 Vi cents. Black Silk Velvet. $2...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 6 March 1901

? WHpL, .. i ji tjrir i. !f ,1 :-? - u: i - THE HONOLULU REPUBftCSN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, igot. EIGHT ift NATURAL ADVANTAGES. The Trustees of Oahu College now offer the magnificent residence ground, containing home sites with Every Variety of level and rolling ground, affording Superb Views of both mountain and ocean, with healthful air and a desirable elevation. IMPROVEMENTS. A broad central avenue already acadamized and 56-foot streets graded. Water pipes laid on every block. : ,' ALLEYS. 20-foot alleys to contain water pipes, telephone poles, etc., and afford rear entrance to . all lots. STRIFE M TURHBIL MARK PROCEEDINGS IN SENATE (Continued from First Pago.) ornoon session was not so prolific of useful things and really the only benefit the tax-payers of the Territory obtained from the three hours of its continuance was a tremendous addition to tho lltorature of oratory. The occasion for all the spoutlns was in the support of a motion to table a resolution of Emmeluth regarding t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 March 1901

fc V I. , VJI T-' s0 : w ... yr .L? VV . A? X 'jSSRT iSSaHr -., '.''." ..;jH ... . .. . .. . &..,. .'.V-"-.. ".,. .. ... , - ...:... ' J MKH&MjUHIHfcl a. "! . - - "S. s... "i'-i-' ,-T ' ... i, ., J. -.i- Si .. i - S. fc & . 3.n .. . .' .?. ". . i-- -. - " T-. . THE HQNQLUro REPUBUCffl: g " " . v PBI?E yrVE OgNTS vuLUME It 230. HOSOLULi B. TlcHCKM)!!. MABCH 7, 1901 N il CUIUS 1 Bill For Commission Goes to Special Committee. DEVOTES S30.006 TO EXPENSES CECIL BROWN'S POINT OF ORDER FINISHED UP IN THE SENATE. Senators Decide Upon Taxation Com-minion Progress Is Made In Practical Business In Both Chambers of the Legislature. Harmony was once more enthroned ;and it reigned supreme throughout both sessions of the Senate yesterday. Quickness and dispatch characterized the proceedings of the upper house from the calling to order to the final adjournment. The regular order of business of the day was taken up with a dash and Intensity which of itself proved a refreshing treat as we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 March 1901

'1, 4' , J .,' J JAwnBSf ? . v- " " " i -, ! . ' i 9 j " r.j t ,6rtSr -! t ."-. v u 5i . - - , "" f IBBBBBBBBBamaBBBBBV. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, MARCH 71001. TTTO jBpjf Vj "?23 "'""".rw AL0MG POEM OF THE PACIFIC Oh! wild and restless waves of the sea, Vast and endless as the heavens above; Sicknods and mls'ry Imparting to me. As joa bear me away from friends I love. Wave after wave, rolling half mountain high. Tost in the distance on the ing crest. Whore sunlights gimmer.and the sad winds sigh Over the awful ocean's heaving breast. Measuralees depths that no plummet can sound. Restless and raging the blue billows foam; . Scatte'ring sprays for the sea birds around To sweeten the life of their lonely home. FRANK L. DECKER. February 20, 1301. yfFTER a Journey of thirty-four j days, the Donau. an Austrian Jf"! training ship, reached Honolulu yesterday morning from San Jose. Guatemala. The length of time consumed on the Journey was due to bad weather. She has a steam attachme...

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