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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 March 1901

V I - m i& 1 I FaSiQMWnd Society, ih lodger wjedied i nOSTESSESare 1nt origiaal t If decorations J)lar tic most -. . fhar.tni . H (user, teal auv ? w w - or luncheon. If the table is oecorawu effectively the battle Is won. The hostess who can at once strike the eye, gratify the taste and set the conversational ball a-rolling score an Immediate success. 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 devoted 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, white and green. Prizes and souvenirs were quaint b.ts of Mexican pottery, sombreros, belts and hat bands of ct leather, and the "eagle pins lor wl ch the Mexicans are famous. The eatables of this party were "hot" things, highly peppered and spiced I...

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. — 17 March 1901

r I- v n X. ri i- i. j.: l sfitk. ' it.:"! 5rSeC "- -&-- .- . .? "V;?IV'W;''iyM''IB't'w'' WiSwaiCS4l A , iwjtA ". , .;. jfttAat -,: -. s . WW "i SIX -s c , ftrff?vf TH&HQOLTJLXJ K?PUBL1CAX, SUNDAY, MARCH ifo S&pf . CMGRESSMAN RICIURDSQIf IS m mom of ras TJpon Sis Shoulders Falls the lowed raaatle of the great Albert Pike, aad with it all the pomp and sanctity of the world's high est Masonic rank, now falls upon the shoulders of Representative James D. RictiardEon of Tennessee. In other wards, Mr. Richardson succeeds to the exalted office of Sovereign Grand Commander of the Southern Jurisdiction of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Kite of Free Masonry. This office recently left vacant or the death of Thomas H. Caswell of San Francisco. Mr. Richardson becomes a veritable potentate within the Masonic sphere. Few foreign xnonarchs will be more gorgeoa&ly enthroned, more picturesquely surrounded, more ceremoniously attended than will he while formally executing the princ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 March 1901

TSSSfiBRf J!S mm?m Jjr& " V-' ' V5inf i 'Sr-?- , 7 ' 4 rS s$ & I .. - trH.r . -,5- - THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, MARCH 17, 1901.- - - . . V ' ,-1 '. t w s: '-s- " " -""" ivtvo" NXSaatfSSXSC I TH X J JL. I M!mSm0MM 1901 -- i ! s" DTPFEREST ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROM YIXEX LOOKING FOR SOXETITISG GOOD TO EAT. "We bare just received some fine lines of . . ' . TABLE FRUITS, -VEGETABLES, GAME Also a full line of MEATS, PISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. 'St- HOTEL STBEET, NEAE FOKT Yu(iiiTake Adfantage of Us Xi i i DURING THE MONTH OF MM PROFITS WILLBE LOST SIGHT OF. ... . ct m jR You don't need to buy unless you want to but we know you will want to when you see the goods and the smalt 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, a Hotel Street, near Fort. & 0 .. v w v v v w v .$ J v 0 v & ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 March 1901

t I IV- ' --.-- - A .4.' o o -v 1! 1 EIGHT 1HJM pttii Favorable to a age of Hawaiian 1. Silver. b QUOTE FROM THE COMMISSION the LETTER FROM SECRETARY OF the TREASURER GAGE UPON THE SUBJECT. nf be Recommends That the Bill Introduced by Senator Foraker Do Pass-House Propose Some Amend, ments to the Senate Measure. a ' tFrom a Staff CorrespondenL WASHINGTON, Feb. 22. The House committee on Territories has publish; ed the following report upon the proposition to recoln the money of Hawaii: "The committee on the Territories fonmhlv. with amendments, the bill (S. 5928) relating to the re tirement L Hawaiian coinage and Jet currency, uuu JU,' ", Hn port quote from the report a the wallan commlslon relative to Hawal Ian currency: The gold coins of the United States are the only unlimited legal tender. (CM1 Laws, Bee 665.) Hawaiian silver coins are legal tender, for amounts not exceeding $10. United States dimes and half dimes are also legal tender in limited mintn ffilvll Laws. sees. G6G an...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 March 1901

4 : KID s ?p (-3-- - V? " ? i'ATH'F"? JL j - - "lAt ,-e f: '' - c $ Tt - '- - -3- 1 1 ." 'J- THE" HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAYT&ltCH tf, tgor. & - - - -v -, - .""- r --- a -. Hk 3WJr . .,k..ft fry - .. - Jr'v.. ' ' -.- saM . '"lab-- 3 5 1 N&& S n ",ifi(LJ o l Tin Hnr Silsiititi fir Patent Uatkcr. , ELEQflNT bRCSS No cracking:, no drawing to tne feet; very soft, and easily conforming. Hanan's are the only people making these goods. A long-felt want supplied. HGlnerny's Shoe Store SOLE AGENT iGOoovQOOorroQyyyyxGowyyx JUST TO HAND. ....A HANDSOME LINE OF.. Ladies' Inox Pelt Hats T ' , New Sailor Hats New Matinee Hats -- WE ABE CONSTANTLY EECEIVING Op,TO THE FASHIOW GOODS By every steamer. You can't go wrong or be out of style when purchasing of us. The M. E. KiUean Co, Ltd. Arlington Block. Hotel Street. iDAHTPTf! TTVTPHPT HO I . f V J I I- I If ' VJLvJL mJ J t Progress Block, port Street. NEW Ulnsb materials GRAND DISPLAY -OF- New SPRING GOODS We offer In our presentati...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 March 1901

- i t 6 J ?' J H 1 : a T. , r - w jssjpspppp . :i- r V' ".fr; il- t nit , a. -in .. PUELIMESLM2Y MAP mm COLLEGE rwr ArxAcvcr Sfar.T.rSAf. uJ CJ90CXO Cellar) HONOLULU IRONWORKERS GO ON A STRIKE FIRST STRIKE IN THE HISTORY OF THE LOCAL - TUTION. Employers Say They Have But One PflvHege, That of Raising (Wages Hoped a Settlement Will Soon Be Reached. Yesterday morning the machinists of the Honolulu Iron Works went -on a etrlke. They did not walk but, bat b Imply refused to resume their dally labors. How lone the strike may c n6 one seems to know. Both sides are confident of success. There has been no Ill-feeling manifested on either side. It Is more a battle nf principle than anything else, so tho strikers claim. The misunderstanding lias arisen out of certain concessions demanded by the local Union and which the . Iron workers say is. due them. On Thursday last, Thomas Kimble, William 'Allen and L. Jamison of Hawaiian Lodge No. 31, International Association of Machinists, asked the Ir...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 March 1901

' -" " .w". -JF E f . '-' . (Vt fr"rK' ?? ,W . '-S t . -s, -,- r . r ' -. & STuLt; - V-v . . j, i "l.HTg."Tf llllt l T"1" n -- lK fa ..WB" ' ---.-- V".:" i ? - j . 4? ? -" j - ' " ' -. -V -.- S-- - - - ! THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. N - ToLUlfE II, NO. 240 HONOLULU. H. t, TUESDAY, lUARCH 19. 1901 PRT3E 1TVE CE5T3 CONCURRENCE Of THE mm ire umr Three Bills Pass the Senatorial Gristmill. MINORITY AND MAJORITY JOLLIFY BOTH' HOUSES DISPOSEOF 'A MiGOOOLy AMOUNT OF ROU-TINE BUSINESS. Mr. McCandless Wants More Time The Governor Refers to "Shape." Land Commissioner's Visit to Eastern Centers of Culture. Yesterday's session of the Senate was a day of surprise. From a business standpoint It was a profitable one. Before adjournment In the afternoon three bills passed third reading and now await the action of the House. One of the Interesting features of the whole matter was that their passage through the senatorial loglslath'e mill did not occupy more than five minutes' time. Again, too, the bi...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 March 1901

- "--': "" j ., J '-. . F?v 3 VI?WW 1. --".. t 5'J" -," -S. nf V 4 TWO" THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, MARCH ig ifjor. - txdxs, smr axt atooir. Oceanic Steamship Co. HENRY It WlLLWnS. & MTEMTOMI fFTER a voyage of 33 days the tf Olympic. Captain Gibus, reach ed hor 'destination at 9 oclocK yesicraay Biurniug. as BtKtjuue knows, fears bare been entertained, for a weok or ten days past, regarding the safety of the vessel. By some it -was feared that she had gone down completely. Others said that she bad probably ueea blown oat of her course Still others hazarded the opinion that she had met with some and would turn up in time. The last theory was the correct one, as the condition of the Olympic shows. The bark set sail from San Fran- cisco on the 13th of February, with a hold "cargo of general merchandise and a deck cargo of brick and several head of fine bulls. 'l"herc was nothing to mark the voyage from me ordinary until the ninth day out, when, In about latitude 30 north, lon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 March 1901

ijl ? rV ji v twVA TiN 1 - 1. W$.i ! ". THE HOXOLLTLU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1901. THREE 4( it Y The California IS THE 6EHTEEL RESORT OF HONOLULU. ..... JC T Its appointments are cleanly, find "the service, under the masterly hands of Harry Knell, the mixologist of San Francisco, -who is a past-master in his art, and Bob McCord, -who knotrs what 'will "touch the Hawaiian heart, are so perfect that one has to accept the law as laid down by Solomon: " Ijet him drink and forget his poverty, and remember his misery no more." After you have had your drnkf turn to the homo-like lunch table, and you will walk awar murmuring: .A "Volcano" lunch and a "California" punch, is a very, very hot touch. Mr. Vida and his staff are ever ready to greet you on Nuunanu near King Street. Fresh MILK! t DELIVERED 1WIGE DAILY BT THE Star Dairy TELEPHONE, BLUE 3171. CITY OFPICE, TEL., HL&1N 391. A. B. DOAK, - Manager . 9 m 2riodern t juverv AND t. .:.,.. .,., I NKbl ULAob BUAHUINIi I AT THE I 2 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 March 1901

3 , nf n ' -" ", ? - - "- ' ' t sv' J" ,v FOUR "- TJ . HE.HONOLULU 19, 1901. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Fastened Ererr Morning Except Mcm-' tsy b tse Robt. Griere Compear. IJndied. DWIN S- GILLr - EDITOR TELEPHONES. Seslness OfRc. ...Main 218 Editorial Roltji Main 123 Washington Careau Post Building Entered at the Post Office at H. T., as mall. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier I .75 One Year, by Mall S.00 61x MoRiir. by Mall 4.00 Three Siontfcs, by Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., MARCH 19, 1901 WHERE IGNORANCE IS BLISS. Governor Dole ought to secure leg islation that vculd permit of his appointing two or ihree more members of nls kltchon cabinet known as t'.u "Executive Conndl." No doubt If tbe Governor could appoint two or three more such bright and learned lights as at present constitute his kitchen cabinet he would be Issuing letters of patent of nobility within a short time. At a meeting of the "Executive Council" yesterday, the application of H. K. Murray for a tra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 March 1901

r v fe d i "- If,- 31 -Ji m 1 t00000000000000000000000 900000P00P0000000000000i: I ?- fc ifc ifc 1901 ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FROX HUES' LOOKING FOR S0MET1IISG GOOD TO BAT. "We have just received some fine lines of . . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, GAME Also a full line of MEATS, FISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. Salter &Waity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. r HOTEL STREET, NEAR FORT Grocers. California Feed Co., Ltd. Sole Agents for the United Stilts and Its Pissessions. NA3XNAVXSSXXV ' i 8 r i You Oiiu Take Aikaiitae of Us DURING IE MONTH JF MARCH PROFITS WiLLBE LOST SIGHT OF. -.. . fl (f fl . -- You don't need to buy unless you want to but we1 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. TEIE HUB CLOTHING HOUSE, Hotel Street, near Fort. .. v & ct ct & jt & j k jc v v k jc 0 v w w w ,s j: v S t I SOME PEO...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 March 1901

5r 'J ' vs .. -v - - w , St' " 1 i T six: THE HONOLULU REPUBUCAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1901. COHGOIIREIfOE OF HE LIOX AND TIE Ull I IContiDOed from Third Pfljge.3 ? ;Iate and the members were tired and Across and showed It by the many and 5erIous methods uiey adopted to try to silence 'the statesman. Emmeluth itook exception to some of his remarks adxrat the Kamehameha Schools and said that nothing which might even cast aspersion upon those Institutions should be said while Becfcley was absent from the fioor. It did no good and Puuki appeared to be in good shape to continue the speech until tvenlng, when a bright thought suggested itself to "Kingdom Come" Dickey, and he an adjournment In the midaie of one of Pnukl's autobiographTral reminiscences. The House looked grateful and carried tne motion without a straggle. In opening the session the chaplain of the House seemed to have some occslt knowledge concerning the coming break by the aorernor. He specially prayed that the Executive sh...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 March 1901

t C. " " rft', - t irit c " -i i .- . . ' , . - .i.. ' - - " - -. , . ""3! "'V' e- THE HONOLULU ICEPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 191901. , 5r -. .VSsS'i -- -- ''-i Vj"-""' ,... a. .r r .7f3ftr:dii7" " 'yw .t tflSfiS8E5W$ " M Vs " . c i h - 4 Kj 5 Lti S xKX VlL E , !J Cie- KID No cracking, no drawing easily conforming. Hanan's are the only people making uiuse guuu. long-felt want supplied. Mclnerny's Shoe Store SOLE AGENTS MOWOWWrnvyy&oooV JUST TO HAND. ;: ....A HANDSOME LINE OF.... Ladies' Knox Felt Hats i New bailor Hats WE AKE CONSTANTLY BECEIVTNG tJP TO TKE FASHION GOODS By every steamer. You can't go wrong or be out of style when purchasing of us. The M. E. Killean Co.;Ltd. Arlington Block. Hotel Street. PACIFIC IMPORT CO. Progress Block, Fort Street. JUST OPENED ! ANOTHER LARGE SHIPMENT OF 90 OMWVES . . . 0 -IN- Ulasb materials If you desire to make your selections do not delay in inspecting our high-class novelties. Our lines of every fabric are complete as regards shades and p...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 March 1901

r V 9. i u " 7 7 v 7 s- ttf 7 y 7 s 77 . 7 7 . .aex ,7 . v c - L " y&fr 7 - T' C - TV. 7 V ? "' 7 Ny L'W . A- TVv 7 v. 77v ft V , X 7WNX Tv vy --v v Jrt 9 X7S -11 n i ? V 7t NV (7 k t. GOOD FOR EVIL". IS ALOHA'S HOTTO (Continued from First Page.) TL G. Wallace. Wm. Auld, W. G. Ashley, Dr. T. A. Wagner, Tletchor B. Wagner, Adolph Bolza, J. AV. Aylen, Edwin C. urown. W. G. Walker, H. A. Johnson, Aug Ahrens, il. D. Johnson, R. F. Carr, . V. Gear, S. L. Rausay, Jas. W. Bergstrom, F.W. Xnauss, D. B. Vaugh, Alice M. John Blalvely, O. M. ciark, Norman E. Gedge, Dr. Geo. W Burgess. H. A. Crawford, L. E. Wood, Joshua TucKer, C H. Perry, R. F. Brown, N. A. A. Morrison. John Holsman, N. J. Johnson, D. D. Hanover, Dr. F. W. Hannover, Black, J. F. Ashworth, Wm. P. Hcllbron and A. P. Taylor. . Prophecies About Edward VII. and the Mass. From the London Tablet The assumption by the new King of the style and title of EdVard VII, inevitably brings to mind the old saying, half history, half prophe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 March 1901

MS """' aanmxsr ' - " - ft " r5BT --.-- a -.; jr r ." m --( -Ji -,.., 4'k " o-s. f - -- - s -"-- - xr'frS"'1, y '. " -''"W" f -.,,.. ' , .iw'AW i uwupuu i ujw i mwnvmiifpcBniRP0fip9ppiippipapBMMi I j - "--. . ' . t - " r " . z ''",."- v?,si- - . k a. . " - " . "" .. T . , . . . . . . "A .V.J '- Ifl ? t ivtJ. -- - -- n I, .1 tiT..n..ihnii If Hi t mi 'Tl'imrril' .. - j ." - . j., - -. "-- " .- j 1. jrAa ! -i. ' v-Bir-- . -- '- - ,, , . , - ,. - - - -i -. a. -- - v. j v T -v T ' w -v r w u MmrfMtmjmnixwm ,- ; :.- wm. I !. I I l I 1 1 .ti I..W f i.f JlJll J r IV. 1 ' - - - - - . ' lYoLUMB - H, KO. 211 HONOLULU, H. H, VDXESDiX,. ?LEGH 20, ISOl iTfE carrs I '. N 4 IS TQ THE HIRE OF IHE EEOTItE Senators All at Sea on Mode of Presenting Bills. ORiTORY DEU.EREQ IK BUNCHES HOUSE MEMBERS DEVOTE JTHE AFTERNOON TO VISITING KAUHI CAMP.. The Kahuna Bill Shows . Up and Awakens 7 Surprise County Gov- . , - . crnment' Act Introduced In the Senate. The lino of legislatlTo thought and action becamo bad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 March 1901

was a busy day on TESTERDAY An large amount of shipping was done on wie ocal steamers and the passenger lists were unusually large. The Klnau took forty to Hllo, where they will tread the burning sands of siauna Loa, provided they forget not and hold on to the rope. The Mnard and Se-wall. one from around the Horn, the other from Yokohama, reached Honolulu. The Leslie Baldwin was consigned to the element for which she was intended, and the American bark Star of Bengal sailed for the Sound. Cold Paralyzes Sailors. When deep sea sailors, to the warm winds and hot sun of the tropics, suddenly enter the chilling blasts of a northern Winter they suffer pnysical torture almost bej'ond the comprehension of acclimated landsmen. Captain ulanchard, of the huge sugar-laden American ship Bangalore, which arrived in Philadelphia on February 26th from Hawaii, brought up the river a crew of men virtually paralyzed with cold and unfit for duty. Owing to the length of the passage the provision supply...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 March 1901

i V The California !S THE fiEMTEEL RESMT f hmlolv. . . . - . jp Its appointment are deaaly, wad the service, xader the masterly kanda of Harry Xaell, the aaixologiat of Saa Francisco, -who is a past-master ia his art, and -who know -what -will Bob XcCord, touch the Hawaiian heart, are so perfect that one has to accept the law as laid down by Solomon: " Let him drink and forget bis poverty, and remember his misery no more." After you have had your drink, turn to the home-like lunch table, and you will walk awar murmuring-: A "Volcano1' lunch and a "California" punch, is a very, very hot touch. Mr. Vida and his staff are ever Teady to greet you on Nuunanu near King Street. Fres H MILK! TMMS DEL1YEREQ 1WIGE DAILY BT THE Star Dairy TELEPHONE, BLUE 3171. CITY OFPICE, TEL., MAIH 301. A. B. DOAK, - Manager N 9 9 m I 2flodern I iiAfv - T A T i -AND H'riSI GLASS BOARDING AT THE I Territorial j Stables Co.f King Si. Opp., Kawalahao Church TELEPHONE 7 JMAIN 35.i 4- O O E A N I. j O GAS & E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 March 1901

;f ' I '' u v . V -1 c jWw" fff( K4; ; w TOUR "TEE.HOXOLUUJREPUBLTCAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH aor igor. TOE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. FsMtefced Zry Hernias Except b tic RoW. Grtere ts Coapfiay, Limited. JDWCC 8. GHJL - - - EDITOR TELEPHONES. VMtfneee Otftew.. Main 218 Editorial Routs Main 123 Washington Strreau Post Building Entered at the Post Office at Hono- IkIb, H. T-. as maiL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier....- ? .75 One Year, by Mall S.OO Six Mosii. by Mail 4.00 Three iionths, by Mail or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. Tn MAECH 20,1'JOl The resolution adopted by the Sea ate Monday fixes the status of the stenographer of that body in a sen sible and practical way. When not on duty in the Senate he can be of service to the respective committees. The delivery of bills to the Gover nor is of such importance that it -should be done" by a properly appoint ed joint committee, which should in all cases report back to the respec tive houses the date and hour of the delivery of every passed b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 March 1901

J I I ? ik 1M M r: 0 n : i m i t r . ? ii .3 uSfll tjM 'if rid C t. X$s Tel. 680. I trm,., id id 06 DURING IHE MONTH OF MARCH PROFITS WILL BE LOST SIGHT OF..... (f (f tm "& ' ssrsw? h ?w . - ,. ? . -' v "' "s.-3 9. -a fe HAW ) "i1? -. V f i THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY, MARCH ao. igot. KVE V)), 7907 xirrmci TO CHOOSE FMOX VOTES LOOKING OK SOXKTHIXG GOOD TO BA,Ti "We haye just received seme fine lines of . . . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, GAME Also a fall line of MEATS, FISH, .Etc. suitable for lunches. Salter AWaity Orpheum Block. -&- Grocers. l---- lSmIJ&Jfsw HOTEL STBEET, NEAB FOBT li is simply a wonderful discovery made in Australia 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. CURE, NO PAY.- California Feed h. Ltd. Sole Agents for (he United States atfd Its Possessions. tJ ? 8? S" " Is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 March 1901

AS TO TIE SIB OF TIE EKEGKTIf E (Continued from First Page.) "u" In the House BUI No. 1- Others said that the Senate was anyhow. But at the end of two hours deliberation, the majority of the members believing' the Senate to be right In this one matter of Epelline. agreed to adopt the suggestion made by iie august body and to hare the bill for presentation to the Executive. A bewildering lot of bills were pushed along the legislative wars and ivere advanced another peg on the toward becoming laws. The whole calendar for the day was cleared by 11:30 o'clock, and as the members had passed a tirccm morning, they were glad to avail themselves of the opportunity to tak a sice ride In the afternoon, vhlch accordingly done. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. Steamers due and to sail for the next two months are as follows: DEPART. Steamers For Depart. AMERICA MARU Yokohama.Mar. 22 HONGKONG MARU San F...Mar. 23 MARI POS A San Fran Mar. CITV OF .PEKING Yoko.... Mar. CHINA San Fran April SONOMA Sydney Apri...

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