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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 20 March 1901

rt5i i V-C p - f "" " V r -s tiuni HEIIOKOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH " ' ao, 1901. . & 3Srrf. .-"', -"J it . jL SY f i s 1 E V V It C5a 55 KID Tke New Sihstititc fir Patent Leather. AN .ELEQflNT DRESS x IMlJllwUllll No cracking, no drawing to the feet; very soft, and easily conforming. Hanan's are the only people making these goods. A long-felt want supplied. MGinerny's Shoe Store SOLE AGENTS $O0O0O00O0eOCOQ0VpyXWX)OOO0O JUST TO HAND .A HANDSOME LINE OF.... Ladies' Knox Felt Hats ; New Sailor Hats New Matinee Hats WE ABE CONSTANTLY RECEIVING UP TO TKE FASHION GOODS By every steamer. You can't go wrong or be out of style when purchasing of us. The M. E. Killean Co, Ltd. Arlington Block. Hotel Street. PAGIFIG IMPORT 00. Progress Bloek, port Street. JUST OPENED ! ANOTHER LARGE SHIPMENT OF -IN- iilasb ll)atcrial$ If you desire to make your selections not delay in inspecting our high-class noveltiesT Our lines of every fabric are complete as regards shades and patterns. Specia...

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. — 20 March 1901

m J. H. FISHER & CO. JCambers of Honolulu Bxchaage Stck and Bond Brokers m 411 FOKT STEEBT. a,teaoiw,Mft4HB Appro va4 Seourtfv o -J ' f J , - -4' '?$ ev?leila9, popd ' & ' Q).- 7IEWS OF THE TOWN. A literary social will bo given at 7:30 Thursday crenluin the -parlors of Central Union Church. A post mortem was hold on the ody of a Chinaman at the morgue yostortlay afternoon. Peritonitis was Jlnund as the cause of death. Corns and Ingrowing toe-nails arc lalnful and aisagreeable. Prof. surguon chiropodist, room S, Elite. lalWin'g. treats thorn successfully. A meeting of the Microscopical Socloty will be held' In the oillce of iProf. E. C Shoroy. Friday evening. 2or the purpose of scientific research and study. Most of the legislators visited the experiment station at Kalihi eiky. "itum" was the word at the 3Ucq but doubtless valuablo xlge for uso in their legislative seats vas absorbed by the visitors. Independent Foresters. At a meeting of Hawaiian Court, iBdopondcnt Order of ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 March 1901

I -Y K - ' dTiAfi.T . .,. - .. -. ., - --" 3- T - "" fV C VP- AV j Cv 1st m .. -5 " "& . , i 2 ?& H nHt. 5 $ v t jF.X u& a V . m Tm f'M & r v THE ttUlWlUlXI REPUBLICAN. VOLUME II. NO. 242 HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1901 ERTCE 1TVE CEKTS HOUSE UD HIE IT CROSS mm ES Bejected House Bills Cause a Hess of Trouble. WAKEKiU COUNSELS REPRISALS WOULD KILL A SENATE BILL FOB EVERY SLAUGHTERED HOUSE MEASURE. Governor Dole and Secretary Cooper Reply tof Searching Questions Fronvthe House Dole Side-Steps and Cooper Blocks More Anon. A contest between two clever, evenly matched boxers Is a fine sight TUe skill displayed by the contestants. In lead and parry, duck and aldMtep, swing and hook and the strong and delicate generalship necessary to gain interesting as a game a decision, is as of chess between two masters But is more brutal than an between two tyros either in boxing or The deliberations of the House of Representatives yesterday were of a kind that could justly b...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 March 1901

II 1? - PlfeSi ", f"VS te . '' 1 -L- nvQ THE HONOLULU REPUBLICX;THURSDAY, MARCH ai, 1901. V - xiDai, J ,xl iutais Oceanic Steamship CJo. X ml mtm DAI & Mr sat ! Tic infiRKSiii MMttkitr if HMm rrt zr rl i -If oj a! J .s n TIME TABLE f fa. :JJ ,ia The steamers cA this Use will arrive m. laare this port as aereaarer: UsaJli 3.i 1.6? 2.11 . J3 ! Bale t , FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. CITY FtTRNTTURE STOBE Tas.1K 3.M. 1." 371 J! SJt" 'T"i'-" ,3 c 1901. i I 1 t st Wed Maripoa ...3far. 23 'Mariposa . Mas. 27 r I J 1 I i SoHosa . 2 Ventara LOVE BUILDLKG, 1146-1148 FORT ST. TSarp 4.X? 1 2.1' l.tt;.i; U.H,tt.tH,6.U i T.t Mariposa. Apr. 13 'Mariposa. ... ., ..:.. Apr. 17 Frt..2T5.38 . J aja.'.e.ll i S.53 Ventura . ...." -I.. Apr. 23 Sierra, J :lAar.23 -C I r t - I 5 p 6.M? 4.1J iJUJUJa, 0.1S.86JJi .S9 Local Boat Rm'balmlng a. Sped Sun..2l 7J1 5.1j 6.302.11 1.2 6.6a20.59 In connection with the sailing f the aboTe steaners tae agents are pre ffici nMr itii S4. UHkm ftmjndk 3S11. jio...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 March 1901

1 I V REEKED SUGABS. . Cube and Granulated. PAJUFME PAEST CO.'S Paints, Compounds and Building Papers. PAINT ILS, Lncol Baw and Boiled. Linseed Baw and JJolIed .INDUIIINTE3 Water-proof cold-water Paint, In-aide and outside; in white and' colors. mim CIIIZERS Alex. Cross & Sons' Ugh-grade Scotch fertilizers, adapt! for sugar cane and coffee. K. Ohlandt k. Co.'a chemkad Fertil; izers and finely ground Ikmemeal! STEAM PIPE COVERING, Reed's patent elastic Bectional pipe Covering. FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS, Linen and Jute. SE.HEXT. LIME & BRICKS Agents For WESTERN SUGAR vr7N':GC0, Sai Fratuiaco, Oa .BALDWIN LOGOMOT. rhlladelphi Proprietor, Editor, - DB. - - Qffise: Myitis. SHOTGUNS! Rifles, Pistols, Cutlers . Cartridges. Box- 5 WORKS, Fa, U.S. A NEWELL UNTVEBSAL MDLL CO, (Manf. "National Cano Shredder" w , U.S. A OHLANDT k CO., San Francisco, Col R1SDONIRON AND LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. SanFranolsoo.Cal The Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ltd. .Importers and Dealers Id Hardware, Crockery, and Glasswar...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 March 1901

H 5 .3 N, -, V & Ti , & - ? fWMnwi!twiNltfSti; w jcAajow. S9 FOUR raEHONOBLUTlEPUBU(N,,THiaDAY, MARCH 21, ioor. - " - - Xv- ,a THE HONOLULU KKPUBL1CAX. raMtehed Xrerr MoralBg, Except Mob- t(tue Rofet. GrfeTe PaBttsfc tag Co-spear, Limited. JDWIK S. GILL EDITOR YELSPHOHES. Main 218 Editorial Rocm Main 123 Wtthlnptnn 5rcau Post Building Entered at the Post Offlce at H. T., as mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier I 19 Oae Year, by Mail.. 8.D0 fllx Mok. by Mall 4.00 Three ilonths, by Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., JLLBCH 21, 1901 THE LEGISLATURE IS SUPREME. Perhaps Sanford B. Dole Is not aware of the fact that Congress can impeacu tnc ''resident, in our gov ernment the three branches are in this order legislative, executive, judicial. The legislative, when In session, Is the supreme power. It can impeach toe executive and declare his office vacant. It can increase or decrease the judicial. Less than forty years ago the legislative branch of lho government Incre...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 March 1901

A I i? - ; '4f - J Z,'Jt ? . v" '"it is o W a 1Q01 Hotel Street, near Fort. NSVCSVCSVSVVCSVV ' DTFPEREST ARTICLES, TO CHOOSE FROK tiXESZ LOOKING for soifETiriya GOOD TO BAT. We have just received some fine lines of . TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES, Also a fall line of MEATS, PISH, Etc. suitable for lunches. GAME Salter AWaity 2 Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. 1Hf'C44Ht41MHr4 HOTEL STREET, NEAR- FORT -1, i i Yod Oau Take AdYantase of Us Hi DURING THE MONTH OF MARGH PROFITS WILLBE LOST SIGHT OF. ... . m -e- 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, jt Jt Jt t & w 0 w v Ot J 0 .J J v Jf J & J ." v J SOME PEOPLE ASK WHAT IS THIS ARABIC years ago. nothing but whitewash, what "Arabic" will do. that will cool an Iron Roof. ' . y THEY...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 March 1901

'' MSE MB SEMITE 11 tm (Continued from First Page.) , detected that the -word "forty had been spelled -with a u." Here vas trouble and la quantities to scit the tastes of the most fastidious. Th representatives wrestled at length over the knotty problem until the error -was corrected, after many yards of red tape had been expended, and yesterday morning the bill showed tip at the Senate and was greeted as an old friend by Clerk Caypless. It was again read, but as the clerk had the context of the measure down by heart, he succeeded In reciting the old familiar provisions, at the same time noting the look of anticipation upon the features of some of the senators. Accompanying the bill was a certificate from Speaker Akina and Cterk Meheula. stating: , "We do hereby certify that, npon a reconsideration of the vote by which the House of Representatives concurred in the Senate amendment to House Bill No. 1, entitled 'An Act to appropriate moner for the purposs of defraying the expenses of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 March 1901

V. Y J i QssKcxKaQeoo KIO f !" s r",,9w "- . -.- rn S ;" -X f fc . tt 'WMaiaKMW!HAte '--! -.. -Sai JW.JJ.I.JL jw .. .... . .. . . . . '.-. ".. , . " ', tii"Tw?n!i msif&S0!S'i9$?tyfy!frs? hKif&cw&xiK,. v jyftw . .vjft.'A: '.; irKsrsasssrrsspig vwjw!!i$ wiliOHOXOiJUB MAHGHjacifMies 8 u -. . :. zsamp 8 n 11 .ItEvlP fill! if W A A Ife few SikiKitt fir Fatnit LttUMr. AM ELEQflNT DRESS iiOnvLiMi No cracking, no drawing to the feet; very soft, and easily conforming. Hanan's are the only people making these goods. A long-felt want supplied. MGlnertiy's Shoe Store SOLE AGENTS VOGQOOQQOQVOrwyy&OOOQQOVW Just to hand. ....A HANDSOME IjINE OF.... Ladies' Knox Felt Hats f New Sailor Hats New Matinee Hats WE ABE CONSTANTLY BECEIVING PTO TrSE FASHION GOODS s, 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 Bloek, port Street. JUST OPENED ! ANOTHER LARGE SHIPMENT OF -I...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 21 March 1901

x -i ri fi3; ' Ji , "tji rt THE ROUGH AND NARROW WAY OF KING STREET NORTH Where Picturesque Jams Are Public and Private Works That Impede Traffic. For a picturesque street jam neither Broadway in New Yqrk nor State street In Chicago can present the equal of King street, Honolulu, by the "railway station just now. As the prlniguature hero the roadway is a veritable quagmire. It is only about thirty feet wide when all there, but on the west side now the Hawaiian Tramways Co. is laying a siding, the Government is digging a sewer about five feet deep and, to kee this dry, has an ungainly'steam pump installed. Then the veuicles, at any hour of daylight, which are packed along both sides. They comprise as fantastic an assortment of decrepit gooseneck drays, ramshackly express and delivery wagons, dildpiaatcd hacks, funny pushcarts and wheelbarrows as could La collected in this town for an exhibition of antique transportation conveniences. Always a great proportion of these landcraft seem ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 March 1901

4 : Jr.' " ".At, - v S. Vv ( . ! M ? wk-..-- - ' $.$$ .; . MLHtr -, i3j: - - - . -, li. 3fe;'t . .j,.. .e.-.. jww -.-. vet-s 8S2wi3SRS : ?" H. ja'y" i,-.'";l-. Jg?l"'Tjg8Eay rowwi r - .....- - v vr a. - - - . . . . . ? w . . . . " .. ' -- f s- - 5 .t jj - - f A. .- - - - -. " J -.. ' ,' -. W i " ;'iTi1nrf. iift . L&x& .- --. j , ,,43i'i r L" r:nCS ' rlil I mm m m T my ss m) m - V I ' W m W W m V 'T W m W M II ! T ' J-M- Kz- ''. B m I : IB I V 1 ! BM 1 (mi JHE 4k TOLUiTE II, NO. 243 HONOLULU, H. Jt, FRIDAY MABGH 22, 1901 PRTJE I TE CEsT5 rt1 Tk irTimTnn msie n T UMK1KU1 Gallant Soldier, Able Lawyer and Noble Statesman Dies After an Eventfui Career. Bemains Lie in State j President McKinley Attends the Funeral. Sympathy Expressed for the Boers on His Death Bed. NDIANAPOLIS, March 13. For - T mer PreBldont Benjamin Harrison I died at 4:45 o'clock this after noon without regaining conscious ness. Hie deatn was quiet and painless, tnere being a general ntnfr . Ing until tue end c...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 March 1901

1. T. dt . .. -$H, SfK '" iv. , s . t . V- i -?" SW.- ' .a. - JS1 1in r ! 'V - ' ' 4&-- o.---' ' 3V ?-' ,i '- . . .V3 - v - - ''V , "V tfl . - THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 22. 1901. V ar if , Oceanic Steamship Co. HENRY -i- "-H InLLWS. It BAT "Sry Vf- wUST six days was required by I the American Marti in Eiaking J the run from San Francisco to this port- The -white vessel came In a day before she was expected. The steamer brought nine days .mail, some 700 tons of freight, and a long passenger list- Just as the Maru was docking at the Pacific Mail wharf this afternoon, a tourist on the steamer made a most ' amusing spectacle of himself- He out on the gang plank, before it was lowered, displte the protestations of the custom house official and the custodians of he boat- A strong East wind was blowing at the time, and as the young man with the open work hose took an heroic pose, the gusts blew his chapeau from his beautiful auburn locks into the water The wearer made a gr...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 March 1901

ir f WEG.IrwieW LIMITED- REEEED SUGAKS. Cabe-and Granulated. PABAFEKEPiESTCC'S Paints, Compounds and Building Papers. PAINT ILS, Lucol Baw and Boiled. Linseed Kaw and Boiled IXDDBINE, Water-woof cola- ter Faint, in- aids and outside; in white and. colors. PER nilZERS A tax. Cross k Sons' Ugh-grade Scotch fertilizers, adaptsd for sugar cane and coffee. 2. Ohlandt k. Co.'s chemhal Fertilizers and finely ground Bonemeal. STEA3I PIPE COVERING, Becd's.patent elastic sectional pipe Covering. FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS, Linen and Jnte. SE.UEXT. LIME & BRJCKS Agents For WESTJEltN SDGAB vjr7N?2.GCOn Sai Ca BAL03WIN LOCOMOT, rhlladelphi OULANDT & CO., i. WORKS, Fa,TJ. S.A NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO, (Manf. "National Cano Shredder" w .U.S. A San Francisco, Col ' R1SDONIRON AND LOOOmOTIVE WORKS. San Franoiaco.Cal The Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ltd. ilnporters ana Dialers ii Hardware,. Crockery, and Glassware 2, 3 and 4 Light Chandeliers and Metal aud Glass Lamps, Lamp Fixtures Paints, Oils and Varn...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 March 1901

u u 1 ' ! I! '&&- 4 - ''--..''- .,'? -Nj X 1 - j, "T '. Js-7' -V" CT. j T - -. . ur . , Tf " OX 1 $K i '. V J -i -T i e . - i FOUR TOE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1901. ; THE HONOLULU kt'PUBLICAN. ftoMtthea Krrr Hondas Except jr e Rott- Grieve tag Compear, limited. JDWTN S. GILL EDITOR TELEPHONES. ineaa Ofne Main 213 Editorial Roc.-n Main 123 Vfauiirptna Svreau Post Building j ' Entered at the Post Office at H. T.. as malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier $ .75 One Year, by Mall ., 8.00 Six Mottis. by Mall 4.00 Three Months, by Mall or Carrier 2.00 HONOLULU, H. T., iLtflCH 22, 1361 DEATH OF EX-PRESIDENT HAR- RISON. In the death of Har rison the United States loses one o iibo greatest men of the age. While not a popular man as President Mr. Harrison was generally recognized, crcn by his opponents, as one of the ablest men who cv occupied the Presidential chair. In the early daya of his administration be was oftln.es spoken of as mediocre but as the people ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 March 1901

!A 4 1 ' . . Y A ti fc itt DURING THE MOUTH OF MiflGH PROFITS WELLBE LOST SIGHT OF. ... . fl fl ' ;. k j -in - . -s- CfcU) 1 !f . '- ? v ' a t c . - 'vv . ! :V tfflu ..rv . . i :cini O. v THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1901. 19PV0P000.0900000, I 907 DTFPEREST ARTICLES TO CHOOSE FR03T HJTEX LOOKING FOR SOXETHIXG GOOD TO BAT. We have jast received some fine lines of ? -- - TABLE FRUITS, VEGETABLES; Also a fall line of MEATS, FISH, Etc. v suitable for lunches. GAME Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. i HOTEL STREET, NEAB. FORT ""' '" ? Yon OanTake Alautase of Us 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. ,S .S Jt wt 0 J J J & v 0 w 0 w v v J 0 w v v w w SOME PEOPLE ASK WHAT IS THIS...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 March 1901

sv a 'tse : T - . . , & iTVVi l --i , . " .. ". '' j X.. v - ' SIX THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, igou . la mm - IDE Off Will BIBBS Uritish Government Is to Provide for Amnesty. 13ER4L TERMS FOR THE FARMERS 2JORD KITCHENER'S UNCONDITIONAL SURRENDER TERMS ARE AMENDED. Sen era I French Makes Important Captures of Arms, Ammunition and Provisions All the .Boer Leaders Recognize Hopelessness cf Cause IjOKDOK, March 15. A despatch rcm Lord Kitchener, issued this sornlng is so studiously silent upon the subject of the peace negotiations thai it leads to the conclusion that xothing has been accomplished of a aafflciently definite character to lending official support to the that the war Is over. Nor do jGcncral French's movements indicate a cessation of hostilities, although possibly, as jio date Is given, Jrfs captures were made previous to; the granting of an armistice. J,ord Kitchener's despatch, which Is dated at Pretoria last evening, reports as follows: "De Wet has rea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 March 1901

A. V I & 4 v 1 , n- ?i Yj :.i y i It "-' The New SiWititt fir PitwRHtkr: JUST TO HAND. ....A HANDSOME LINE OF.... Ladies' Knox Pelt Hats . New Bailor Hats " . ' ' New Matinee Hats WE ABE CONSTANTLY BECEIVTNG J UP - TO THE FASHION 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. PACIFIC IMPOKT CO. Progress Bloek, port Street. JUST OPENED ! ANOTHER LARGE SHIPMENT OF ...9Q $GMErtES -IN- Ul.isb Meriak If you desire to" make. your selections do not delay In insnectinsr our novelties. Our lines of every fabric, are complete,, as regards shades and patterns. - ' Special This Week! 48-inch Wliito Ohiflhn, regular $1.25rquality; per ard .-. 48-inch White Chiffon, regular 1.00 quality; per yard . v-; ."? . . . . ." Enrlis3a. Percales t wide, regular IGAc quality; .special. ,. . v "Chbicp seloctions of Embroidered Swisses; this week special T . ,. Si Tic IMiacedL Crepe Wq invite Mention, 'to 'thi...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 March 1901

K r "J v-L- '''' r art, Mr. Xefteto will also stoc Miete4 Srfa.ss 4z awtK miB smmi mmw B B mmpmiH T mw m' ?i V "m aw wm AW PS- mPaffTml PA. "Pi wi ' mPaa"mPJ WW fli 'M "PA W a 3ijHiW, w,gynyn n Vy .t" X--" i C j. i-s" t ; v . - "1 t '. - k yf.&K' '.? ;r t f' EIGHT .THE HONOLULU, REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, MARCH 22. 1901. jt jt jt jt jt jt J j Jt j j j j i jt Jt Jt J jt jt jt Jt j JiJiJtjtjtJtJtJtJtJt jj$ jljjJJjtJJJJJJJw,vx' v .Jl . J C J J J J Ji J Jl J Jl J J J o j Jl j ji jt og jl j - Luotion Sale of Ivots! Telellap. popd 0 ty. KILOHANA ART LEAGUE. Concert of Wagner Music Given at Club Rooms Last Night.- Amid unique decorations which tore a striking resemblance to a German garden, the concert o, "Wagner music given by the Kilohana Art Lcaguo in its rooms, Progress block, yesterday evening was a success iii cverj particular. It was a fashionable audience, tax-Ing the seating capacity of the hall, which listened to the temptlug mv& cal meuu offered by well-known local artists. Eac...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 March 1901

K j j h i hf r '.f .: lYV: V rtft am m aw -n am n - - - - o;MidX 4?. IdLJf&X : ,-,- v - , . " " wj . -- - - - - FRiNCHISE BILL IN THE SENATE. Out of respect to the memory of the late Ex-President Harrison speedily followed taeopcalng formalities of yesterday's session of the Senate. At the' conclusion of the brief routine Seaator White offered a motion that the body adjourn for the day. There was no dissent. However, In the course of the half hour that the upper house 'was in session, an interesting report from he committee on public health was submitted by Mr. Kanuha. Senate bill No. 30 was the subject matter upon which tho report directly dealt. The communicauon stated: Your committee on education and, Public Health, to whom was referred Bill No. 30. entitled "An Act for a Territorial school for the Territory oi Hawaii which shall be known Dy the name of Labalnaluna Seminar' at the same place, and to appoint a Board of Trustees for the government of Seminar- and to determine t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 March 1901

If IN r feature of yesterday's news, THE far as the waterfront is appears elsewhere. What the outcome of the stowaway matter will be, no one can determine. If the Japanese, as he claims, was illegally detained, he will have a most excellent case of damages against the company. If, on the other hanA, the man was a citizen of Japan, trying to escape military qu by stowing away, the action of the officials was post praiseworthy. stowaways are becoming WThesc too numerous. From both ends of the route they come, with Honolulu as their objective point, thinking that because the Islands are called the Paradise of the Pacific, work, worry and care are things unknown TVisft to the police court for a few consecutive mornings will illustrate the fact better than columns of type, how carefully these irresponsible human beings, whose only home is beneath their hat, should be tapt out of the Hawaiian Islands. Stowaways, with the single exception of those who are trying to get out of the country, ...

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