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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 15 March 1901

i. S U. r "V -A jffi ;-i -a"; . .--- . J?' ''' ---i t: .-v.,- ,- .- -mm. ,j J. -s, : . s.- - i F - .A,1' "- sv THE HONOIIlia? REPUBLICANVFRIDAY, MARCH 15,190 I ". " 7 V TWO jfkfehgggtLgagagajl r I -1 , B i "h&y C "'"wlTL yM" Vv s? j?4 jJBBBggggfjagBggatgga nLc wVtTvW jf t"' Lggggggggggggggggggggggggp rMONG those who came on the tf Sierra was pilot Freeman of Saa Francisco. The officer was detailed to take the vessel through the Golden Gate, but when his official duties were concluded, he found It Impossible to leave the steamer as the sea was running like a mill race and the wind was blowing 65 miles an hour. Dnder such conditions, Mr. Freeman very saXely accepted the situation and came on with the vessel. He will return on the first steamer bound to the Mainland. Warspite Is a Flagship. The Warspite, the British man-of-war, will remain anchorea off the harbor until the 23rd Inst, She is en xoute from Esquimault, British Columbia, to Acapulco, Mexico. The flagship carries on boa...

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 March 1901

11 R WE&.M1&C0 LUCLTED BEEIXED SUGARS. Cube and Graaalated. PARAFFJNE PAET GO.'S Paints, Cospoaods and Building Papers. j PAINT 115, Lucol Haw and Bailed. Linseed Eaw and Boiled DTOURINE, Water-proof cold-water Paint, Inside and outside; in white and colors. FER CDLIZEHS A lor. Cross & Sons' Scotch fertilizers, adapted for cane and coffee. N. Ohlaadt & Co.' chemhal Fertilizers and finely ground Uonemeal. STEA1I PIPE COVERING, Reed's patent elastic sectional pipe Covering. FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS, ' Linen and Jute. SEILEST.LDIE&BBJCKS Agents For WESTERN SUGAR ifJNWGCO., Sat Oa BALDWIN LOCOMOT. WORKS, T?hiliulelphi Pa, U. S. J NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL "National Cane Shredder" w , U. S. A OIILANDT & CO., San Francisco, Cal RISDON'IRON AND LOCOjuOTIVE W0RK8. San Franoisoo.Oal The Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ltd. Importers ana Dealers In Hardware, Crockery, and Glassware 2, 3 and 4 Light Chandeliers and Elec- trolicre. Metal and Glats Lamps, Larou Fixtures Paints, Oils and V...

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 March 1901

V l -S. 4 ' V t 1 -' "" .-' ? 5 TOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, MARCH - THE HONOLULU kEPUBLICAK. raMtehed Ery Xoralng Except Moa-ar b ise Root. Grlere ia Com piny, limited. fc 4DWIX S. UILL - EDITOR 1 ' i TELEPHONES. fctlness Oftcv, Main 21S Editorial Rotsv Main 123 Washington rreau Poet Building Entered at the Post Office at H. T., as mall. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier $ -75 One Year, br Mall 8.00 81x Montta. br Mail 4.00 Three liunths, b7 Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T, iLLRCH 15, 1U01 APPROPRIATIONS MUST WAIT. The Republican would like some member of the Senate to Inform it what the Judiciary Committee has to do with the appropriations for the ensuing two years. In every legislative body the appropriations are Always considered by the Ways and Means Committee. Another thing we should like to know is why all this haste about the appropriations on the line of the Governor's estimates. In Congress all revenue bills must originate in the House and the same is ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 15 March 1901

5f Y IX i. , ?. , f V, v v- Ct iv siissr a 1 I Sj"" ' -, .r 4- .,.F ... . .- - - ..j T" . " '- -5 .- v- vers o THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN FRIDAY, XARCH 15. ipor, FIVE i .P0000000000000000000000000.90000000000000000000000001 .., a v1 i. wjjwrxH The Only Tire Made. c 1901 2 DIFFERENT ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROU ffJTEX LOOKING '! FOR SOMETHING ;; GOOD TO BAT. n J t TVe have last-received some fine lineft,of ... J TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, GAME v. Also a fall line of ;t MEATS, iFISH, Etc. Z" ' suitable for lunches. 5 : r - . 3. kl - . w OAL I ttt UbVVMM I J Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. droGers. ?f4444f44444444r004f4rC :mP HOTEL STBEET, 3TEAE. FOBT lll'illlTilkl'llhillllil!!Olll'lN m 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, Ha...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 15 March 1901

- ' -, W- ;; r . :v y Jhi - -P --- "" r - V , s f " SIX THE HONOLULU REPUBUCANrFKTOAYMARCH: 15: 190K Ts - - 1 nniinninrn rrt rnniun bUHUtffiJtU ltLtBHH5 Small pox is reported la Greater JCcv York. Tammany has voted to discontinue lie work of purifying New "York. ioc empire sail vtor&s at ar-( saw, N. Y- -were hurned recently., Iocs. $150,000. Tie torprto ha:.! dcLocr Perry recently underwent its first trial trip at San Francisco. Zero weather In March Is occasion ing Intense suffering and threatening; immense carnage in tne .Miaaie west; From Corea news has been ed that ivoO Boxers had crossed from j llancburia and attacked and looted Inchcrg. I A vessel reported to be named the' Chill, but which Is probably the Ian, has been wrecked on the Algerian coast Smelters at Greenwood and other' towns la Kootenai district, British Columbia, are shutting down for lack of coal and coke. I The Senate Committee on Pool-' offices and Post Roads i-as presented 5 th retiring chairman. Senator ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 15 March 1901

$ i XaOQG&QQOQCK&CXK&QQ 1 N iR 1L Jin $v i -n . ? a: X KID . ifflit s Tk New SMHitf fir Flint LtatW. ELEQflNT &RE5S ....SHOE.... No cracking, no drawing tothe feet ;very' soft,- and easily conforming. Hanan's are the only people making these goods. A long-felt want supplied. s MGlnernf s Shoe Store SOL.E AGENTS ooooyyyyyyyoooooooooocoooooooooo JUST TO HAND. ....A HANDSOME LINE OF.... ladies' Inox Felt Hats i -WE ABE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING S New Bailor Hats ' , New Matinee Hats P,TO THB FASHIOM GOODS m By every steamer. You can't go wrong or be y out of style when purchasing of us. The M. E. Killean Go, Ltd. Arlington Block. Hotel Street. PACIFIC IMPORT CO. Progress Block, port Street. EW iUasb Materials GRAND DISPLAY -OF- New SPRING GOODS We offer In our presentation for 1901 the most sumptuous array novelties It has ever been our pleasure to exhibit a display possessing the charm and poetry of matchless elegance, while strikingly portraying American triumphal progress...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 15 March 1901

, v: .T m E . " 4 S00JIB6LES AND SOILS H M (Continued from First Page.) The bill was referred to a special committee for further wor. Emmeluth made a center shot on the, present manner of conducting the .Territorial Government He stated that the whole scheme of the present way of doing things was subverted and over-ridden by the greed for the almighty dollar. He said that the sooner the government was decentralized and the "County Government Act" was passed, the sooner God would say, -Well done, good and faithful If the operation of the sugar-mills on Sunday is lawful, the operation of any other kind of business was also lawful. The law should apply to all. At this point Puukl interrupted with a statement that the police would not enforce the laws against the sugar-mills and other wealthy institutions. Emmeluth fairly unorted when he replied. Ho said that the law was like many others under this centralized form of government That It was ninde for the convenience of the few and was o...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 March 1901

mm - f " & ; - -V - " o ! " -" i j rTut i --. -, T1IC j 'l J? Tjffjumjfc -. f 1 4 V .i. . u '. . THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLUME II, SO. 238 HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, MABCH 16, 1901 FRJKJE 1T7E CESTS H 7 i w - HOUSE 1KB I W FUNNY BRUK Hose in Salute to "God Save the King," by the Band. THOUGHT THEY HEARD "AMERICA" SHORT SESSION OF THE LEGISLATORS BUT PLENTY OF BUSINESS. Desertion BUI Was Resurrected And Was Promptly Put Underground Appropriations and Routine Matters Occupy Time of House. The House dld'seventeen things yesterday and tnen adjourned to give the members a chance to see the parade of the Mystic Shrlners. There was quite an amount of amusement derived from one little incident in the session. It came about when the Speak-or of the House ordered the members to rise, and stand at attention during the plnylng of what he imagined to be "America." It proved not to be "America," however, and the laugh was on the Speaker. About 10:30 o'clock the band out in the Capitol groun...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 March 1901

ftT - 7-" IT aL " TWO' THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, ioor. V N V ALONG Jabez Howes lies la the harbor, THE between Irwin's wharf and the Railroad wharf, fast In four or five feet of mud, where she was stuck by the government tug. Eleu. while trying to bertn her yesterday afternoon. The Howes was brought Into the harbor yesterday forenoon by the Fearless and dropped In the stream, while the tug returned to sea. In order to secure the Metha Nelson. Captain Clapp wished to dock as soon as possible and. in the absence of the boat, secured the one belonging to the Federal Government but exploited in competing with theprivate towing interest by tae Territorial government. The Eleu attempted to take the collier to the Railroad wharf to unload but, in some unaccountable manner, ran the vessel into a mud bank. As she is loaded with -500 tons of coal, and Is drawing 24 S reet of water, her predicament Is a most serious one. She is straining In the tide and has a list of clgnt d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 March 1901

BALDWIN LOCOMOT. J FhUadelphi OHLANDT & CO., WORKS, Fa U. S. A NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO, (Manf. "National Cane Shredder" w .U.S. A San Francisco, Cal RISDONTRON AND LOCOmOTIVE WORK8. San Franoisoo.Cal The Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ltd. 'Importers ana Dealers ia Hardware, Crockery, . and Glassware 2; 3 and -1 Light Chandeliers and Metal and Glass Lamps, Lamp Fixtures Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Lard oil. Cylinder oil, Dynamo oils, etc. Powder, Shot and Caps, Agricultural Implements, etc. House Furnishing Goods, Etc. Siivo.' "'ataiVuro of all descriptions Tablo Cutlery etc. Oi Every Description. Hart's Patent " Duplex" Die Stock for ' Pipo and Bolt Cutting; Rubber Hose, plain or wire bound, etc. i Agents for The Aermotor, " Made of stool and will last longer and kL givo better satisfaction than any other manufactured. Orders from tho other Islands cited and promptly filled. The Union Express Co., Office with Evming Bulletin. 210 King Street -:- -:- Telephone 86. We move saTes pianos ...

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

""-.. ,?s V '?"', C"' ?, e- j. - 'iH '9 FOUR THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, MARGH 16, 1901. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. FsMfefeed Every Hondas Except b ise Robt. Grieve Compear, Limited. JKJWIN S. GILL EDITOR YELSPHONES. Bcekiece Main 218 Editorial Rocn Main 123 Washington Bureau Post Building Entered at the Post Office at H. T.. as malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier... .75 One Year, by Mall S.00 Six Mo&ttm. by Mail 4.00 Three iionths, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., 3IAP.CH 16, 1901 PUBLICATION OF LAWS NOT RE. QUIRED. Heretofore, the laws of Hawaii pro- Tided that "all laws enacted by the Legislative power of the Republic shall be deposited and preserved in the office of the Minister of the Interior, who shall promulgate the same by publication in 'such newspaper or newspapers, printed at the seat of Government, as he may deem proper." Sec. 2, Civil Laws of Hawaii. 1S97. All of the bills so far introduced in the Legislature have the usual provision, to wit...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 March 1901

r y W' 5 S Tire Mail. 7907 DIFFERENT ARTICLES TO CHOOSE JKOJf ffilE.V LOOKING FOR SOXEWLS'G GOOD TO EAT. "We have just received some fine lines of . J TABLE FRTJIT, VEGETABLES, Also a full line of MEATS, PISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. GAME Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. 444(-4-''4 THEY'SEE ADVERTISED SO MUCH wonderful discovery made in Australia It is simply a a few years ago. The skeptical may say it is nothing but whitewash. Let them try and do what "Arabic" will do. It is the-only article that will cool an Iron Roof. IT IS CHEAP AND EVERLASTING. WE" GUARANTEE ALL "WORK THAT WE DO. f ssrHO CURE, NO PAY."a , n 11 'IIIIIOI '1 Tl I 13 Ml III HUH I VVU Wit Lid 1 SoIb Agents for the United States and Its Possessions; K jC s S" 0 j." tf P H " " "" fc 163-167 KntCST? nf ....... I H V 1 ; FIVE THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, ipoi. HOTEL STBEET, NEAR- FORT YoiiCaoTakeAtatageofUs fc te fc J OURINQ THE MONTH OF MARCH PB0F1TS W1LLBE LOST SIGHT OF. ... . i -O- Y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 March 1901

i r ' ST" ."V "iM - .-' iV r ' "Si SIX i'A THEHONOLUtpREPUBUCAN, SATURDAY MARH 16, 1901. JT.-V ' -.i I1 , F. WM.4M( Wr f fUlCSIESSlYE FOE !' TO EXISTING EVILS i HONOLULU PROTECTIVE LEAGUE IS ENGAGED IN AN ACTIVE CAMPAIGN. Committee Report Indicate a Gratifying Progress Vigorous Efforts Put Forth for Aiding New Members Finances In Good Shape. The Honolulu Protective League displayed laarked evidences of activity in the reports submitted Oy tha. vari ous committees at the meeting held! yesterday evening at the auditorium of the Young Men's Christian Association. Since the date of its organization the league has plainly demonstrated that It is to le a power for good in the community. A number of important matters were under las-cession which when brought to completion will be the means of regulating and correcting, numerous existing evils and vices. Rev. G .L. Pearson presided. Lor- rin Andrews of the legal aid commit tee offered a verbal report which In dicated the work of this Import...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 March 1901

i J- i hi of 0. re to rd- ISO rs lot cr st lt hnn Ick ttS l s A ers Ics. HI, lt8. . r ! s. lotah v . QOQOO&&iQ&GQCA 8 d K slT X ? " Vix - v396 5 L N&& 5$ N, 1 1 v yML &i& M, : Si) A A A A Tta few Sibstititi fir Pitwrt Liitler. ELEQUNT DRC5S ....SHOE.." KID -- No cracking, no drawing to the feet; very soft, and g easily conforming. Hanan's are the only people making these goods. 1 long-felt want supplied. MGlnertiy's Shoe Store SOL-E AGENT $yyyyyyyyyy!yyyyyZOOOOOOGGOO JUST TO HAND. .A HANDSOME LINE OF. Ladies' Knox Felt Hats . ; New Sailor Hats . I y, New Matinee Hats WE ABE CONSTANTLY BECEIVING UP TO THE FASHIOW GOODS By every steamer. You can't go wrong or De out of style when purchasing of us. The M. E. Killean Co, Ltd. Arlington Block. Hotel Street. PACIFIC IMPORT CO. Progress Bloek, port Street. NEW Ulasb Iftateriate GRAND DISPLAY -OF- New SPRING GOODS We offer in our presentation for 1901 the most sumptuous array of high-class novelties it has ever b...

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

I i n f ?'' Jf" . " a - k ' J r V JS??-? f?PBl - ---, wn s& T sr ry '"SH- EIGHT THB HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, MARCH iG. ioor. .. j&ir BBBBl .BbT BBbW .BBbT BBBi BbV BBBb ABB BBBB H Bk BBBT ABBb h bbh IVaVa yAyAyA"' tAtAtaL TAtJ -B BBBmBBv BB BBB 4 BBBBBBBBBJ BBBBBBBBBJ BBBBBBBBB1 BB BBBBBBBBB1 BBBBBBBl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV C ? v " v ." v- .V " . .! v ."- f (" ?& f , J V J" v" v" ."- V" w vj?" V" W" ??. ! V ." J ? .J C ?.? i .' C tt v i! 0 ,4 jl 4 4 ji jl jl jj ""liS5l jl "jt If i,, r J. t .! A . r sRJr V. AMUSEMENTS. "It "was as high a compliment as 1 ever recched," said Lewis Morrison, last night, at the conclusion of one of his little stories. The anecdote was a good one and the story did not lose anything In the telling. Mr. Morrison is one of the few actors of recent years who has never allowed himself to listen to the temptations of the management of any of the vaudeville houses of the United States or Europe, but has clung to the legitimate throughout the perio...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 March 1901

I l :i i m w K : ; SCURRILOUS mic REM WARMLY Most Wanton Slander of Members Is Resented. WARM RILFJQUR FOR REPORTER RESOLUTION IN SENATE TO END THE STENOGRAPHIC REPORTING. 'Both House Forward Measures by Appropriate Stages Usurpation of Pardoning Power by Legislature Ends in Vain Attempt. The largest row of the session of the Legislature so far came ofT yesterday forenoon when Representative Buckley got the floor and roasted the Advertiser to a turn. ' Beckley took offence at a particularly false and idiotic article in that paper and proceeded to throw the hot shot around regardless of the feelings of several partisans of the Morning Organ. who were present during the delivery of his remarks. ' The article that caused all the fuds Was a short effusion which appeared on the front page of Saturday's issue. It charged directly and by implication that a number of the members of Representatives were oi the House lunch-grafters and free meal friends. It implied that they were being suppor...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 March 1901

2 . .fi " . 1 i " ,. v - - -, .i- t "K i- , I -T .' TWO 'THE'HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY MARCH 17, 1901- - 3" - ,. , - . -& J td w AlrtwsP I- $ WOTER government tug Elea still THE to the demands of individuals. Yesterday she brought in tne Defiance. The Jabez Howes still remains hard and fast on the mud bank where the Klcu left her. the second time In less than four months. Warrimoo Brings More Laborers. The Warrimoo arrived from Vancouver on her regular run to hte Colonies yesterday afternoon- Several English tourists, besides about one hundred Portuguese and ten or fifteen Greeks bound for this port, comprised the passenger list. The Immigrants are Intended for the sugar plantations About forty will go to Walalua. The rest, or a greater part of the remainder, will be taken in charge by Alexander & Baldwin. They seem to be a mixed lot Some of them apparently have more than an ordinary amount of good sense, others none to spare. The clothing worn by some of tbo newcomers is ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 March 1901

)i y if y) V M r7&r.m t(J?Wrh "SSS j 4 .'A t4U THE HONmyiXTEPLICk'SUMAY, MARCH 17, igor. THREE cv ; 7 aESHQF & CO. w1 -BANKERS, . TRANSACT A GENERAL BANK-x ING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. 'Commercial and Travelers' Letters o Credit issued, available in all the Principal Cities of the Worlds INTEREST allowed on fixed deposit: SEVEN days notice 2 per cent- (This form -Rill not bear interest unless it remains undisturbed for one month.) Three Months 3 per cent, per annum. Six MONTHS 3 per cent, per annum . Twelve Months 4 per cent, pm annum. BISHOP & CO., SAVINGS BflM Office at bunking: buildinjr on Mer , chant street. , . ; Savings Deposits will be received and interest allowed by this Bank at 4 por cent, per annum. Printed copies of the Ku es and mar be obtained on application. BISHOP & CO. Claus Spreckef Wm. G. Irwin Claus Spreckels & Co., Bankers. HONOLULU. - - H.l San Francisco Agenta The Neval National Bank of San Francisco. DRAW EXCHANGE ON SAN FRANCISCO The Nevad...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 March 1901

TBE HhNOLBLO" EEPUBLIOAN. Fafeltebed Every Morning Except Xonday, by the Hobert Grieve Publishing Coaspany. Lisdted. EOWIN S. GILL i EDITOR TELEPHONES. - Business Office "..... r...MaJn 218 Editorial Rooms Matn 123 Entered at the esx Office at Honolulu, Second-Class Mail. H. T., as HONOLULU, H. I., SUNDAY, MAHCH 17, 190L THE REPUBLICAN'S NEW BUILDING. REPUBLICAN is pleased to announce THE its many readers that pn or before August 1st it will' be in new quarters. These new-quarters will be the most commodious possessed by anv newspaper in any city in the United the size of Honolulu. The new building in which the paper will have' its home will be located on Merchant street, near Alakea, just west of the Magoon Building, and will be known as The Republican Building. On Thursday of last week a deed was passed to Judge A. S'. Humphreys from W. Akana, transferring the lot next to the Magoon building for 15,000. The lot lias a frontage of fifty feet on Merchant street and a depth of sevent...

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

V I are so tester wedied HOSTESSES 1ut origteal decorations jlay the most important part of the modem dlsaer, tea. or luncheon. If the table is decorated ' effectively the battle Is -won. The hostess who can at once strike the eye, gratify the taste and set the "baii a-rolling score? an Immediate suitress. Just now there Is a great and growing fancy for carrying out the tastes and peculiarities of different nation, so I am told. I read about a certain card party In a neighborhood devoiM to cards, of all nations, and extremely jolly and successful they all were. One evening they had a Mexican party. The decorations of he room where the card party was going on were In Mexican colors red. whit and green- Prizes and souvenirs were quaint b.ts of Mexican pottery, miniature sombreros, belts and hat bands of c leather, and the "eagle pins" for vrl. ca the Mexicans are famous. The Miablps nf this party were "hot; things, highly peppered and Eplced In Mexican style. Oyster cocktails headed t...

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