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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 July 1900

STORY OF THE WAR . -IH THE FIR EOT. The Legations of Italy, Austria, Holland and America Burned. THE RELIEF OF PEKIKG OIFFICULT. LATE LIVE NXWS NOTES FB02C BOTH CHINA AND JAPAN. Japanese Forwarding Troops aad Ammunition Cninese Fleet TJp the North China is Disturbed. TIEN-TSIN, July 1- A private message from Peking tends to confirm news already received. It says that the legations of Austria-Hungary, America, Italy and Holland were flrst burned by the Boxers, and a part of th Russian Legation was subsequently destroyed. The Japanese Legation guard seized a position on the other side of the canal opposite the British Legation, and are there guarding S00 Chinese Christians. The German Minister, after being shot, inu carried into the Tamil. As aooo as the news reached the German Legation the German marched to the Yamen. whence the oflcials had all retired, and broke overythlng they could lay their hands on. General Tung's troops are holding two of the city gates, having mountod a gun o...

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. — 17 July 1900

U ' ALONG THE TVATER. FROXT. The America Maru is Going- for a Record From Here. SHE MAY BE TAKEN FOR TROOPS. WHY TWO NATIONAL FLAGS WERE DISPLAYED AT THE FOREMAST. The Mille Morris Sold Masters of Vessels "Warned Japanese Hotel Runners Awaits Steamers at the Wharf. Tfce T. K. K. America Maru arrive off port SwMhty night, nine days six bows and forty-seven minutes from .Yokohama, wbtea port sfee left oa July 7 at 15:W p. m. She was two of time, bat bad received orders to get to Saa Francisco as possible to have some alterations made in her and bare some overhauling given her Oa her war from Hongkong to Yokohama the America bad a very race with the Indue, a French mail boat. The two steamers left the exactly together and so near oach other that the passengers could corere from one vessel to another. The speed of each vessel was gradually iHrsaad. and the vessels tore through the water at a great race. Gradually the Frenchman and finally lost him in the darkness. The next morning, howe...

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. — 17 July 1900

s MV: paiS5?apa)5jas!JfBiij5sf: I Sometbins to Interest TVT . 1 . l i i mm ....vi ...trx i g Groceries. Cast your eye ym. Tm jsa J J i a a - CHEESE FrcnjEgc it Brie, FrscizgE lie Ssrpiiila, Italian Parasss, Hoiteaj sr Eass, Pineapple California Fell Grso., Imperial, McLaren's, Liaburpr, Etc., Etc. GMckeo loaf (z dainty disk), Yea! Leaf, Gottags Laaf, Has Loaf. Frank Bralwsrst Saesage, Mstwarst Sausage, Geaoisa Ham Saesage fby tie poasd), ScstcE. Kerrisg is Tai Sasce. Snails genuine Francs , Eriasly Bloaters. Etc., Etc. SALTER & WATTY, Tel. 6S0. Orpheum Block. Grocers. The Porter Purniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables Side Boards Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories 7lHMWMMMi 'They're made here, And They're Fine. THE ANNEX COCKTAILS. TOM GIN, WHISKY, MARTINI, VERMOUTH, MANHATTAN, Have touched the fancy of the public palate. Made of the Choicest Ingredients wit...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 July 1900

. w t,fallll"tl. afcfeWI il rfV.. '1 m ., nff fc a? : " THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1900. HONOLULU'S IDEAL SPOT FOR HOME BUILDERS. Gradual ascent from the city to a height of eight-hundred and sixty-seven feet above the sea level. -?. AND MARVELOUS VIEW OF HONOLULU AND THE MIGHTY PACIFIC. j r The following are a few of the many advantages together with what we have already mentioned. A magnificent "BOULEVARD" called m "KAIUL.AJN1 - "- -K Winds around the property and touches every block, leading off Kaiulani Drive are avenues and lanes pTT T T71 TT T A 1 11 MA is in abundance on Pacific Heights. Our water supply gushes from a, JL vJ -Ci VV JTjL X JQJJlV Mountain Spring eight hundred feet above the level of the city. This water has been pronounced the best for Drinking and Domestic Purposes suplied to any section of Honolulu, being absolutely FREE : FROM : ALL : IMPURITIES. t: THE ELECTRIC RAILWAY To enable those who live on Pacific Heights comfortable and rapid transp...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 July 1900

! ft 3 I.V r T --5 I JUS jUH ill- We have just assorment of r fffcniMGWff C3zL(U ire 3 EP & L SHi " f to FOR ONE Ar'v jton Block PCCT be said W i'flO' That is ai! that Is necessary I 3 Fk 1 I Jl 1 ff Wk. a iat our shipment of TAILOR! MADE SKIRTS aod U!TS. Ladies5 asid Chiidree's Wash Skirts. Children's Wash Suits, Ladies5 Capes. ee Our IQisplayj FT HP?!' ) nimiTTf TfffTTnTTTfrrnnnrTrniiitfiniiniiniinitntiiiiitiiifftiiiitifiiifiiiiiiinriTrnnifs TRIMMED HATS .lb Prices WEEK ONLY. nuj n. E. KILLEdN, LEflblHQ niLLINER. HOTEL STREET I LADIES'MUSLINUNDEItWEAIt received direct from the' makers an Ladies' Muslin Underwear "vhieh. we believe, in "Variety of Styles, Completeness of Assortment and General Attractiveness, lias never been surpassed in Honolulu. The . lltMlts, line is too largo to enumerate the different, gar-so we have made a display of a few of them in our Large Central Window, rth'i'h will give one a partial .ho arietv of stvles we have. idea of what they are, and This Sto...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 17 July 1900

HUMPHREYS THE HONOLULU SEPXIBLICAN, TUESDAY. JULY 17, 1900L FAIRCHILD'S AND A. KM RPHY&CO'S SHOE STOCKS ..Are for Sale COMBINED at CENTS In the Shoe 50 ON THE Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets By their New Owners L. B. KERR & COMPANY, Limited, Who bought them at One-half their cost and now Public at One-half their value. CORNER FORT AND HOTEL CH&RGES Says Estates Shall Not Be Eaten Up By-Pees. PROBATE BUSINESS TRANSACTED. XSTATE OF JAMES A. KING, DECEASED, HEADY FOB DISTRIBUTION. Cecil Brown and H. Focke, Trustees of the Estato of James Gay, File Their Annual Report. A reduction of what he regarded as an excessive fee in a probite mutter .heard by Judge Humphreys yesterday, was the sensation of the day about the courthouse. A trifling estate came up for accounting and flnal distribution. In which, after the payment of the nuts thorn rrtaalned but $75 or $S9 .. L .. , t ,,. I AIM UIC 11UI - aim- .V ..- tlon of Judge Humphereys was called to the fact that the attorney In th...

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. — 18 July 1900

M ,t -- -T V V - SpJILi, N , wi rV vrt V soci' & THE HONOLULU' REPUBLICAN, TOLTOIE I, NO. 30 HONOLULU. H. T WEDNESDAY. JCLT IS, 1900 PEICE FIVE CENTS HAWAII'S DRESATES . . it mm an. Shown Much Attention by the Democratic Convention. WISE TAKES IMPORTANT PLAGE. CASTS THE DECIDING VOTE IN FAVOR OF FREE SILVER. And Thoreby Helps to Carry Into Effeet the Pronounced Views of "ilr. Bryan Places on Committees. HawsM wag nude much of at the UwnormMr National Convention at City. Th action or John II. . Wto. -who wjw a member of the Com- Mun oa Resolutions, is casting th AMhilaK vot In favor of the free ail- Tw plaeed the delegation to the , .iOt m. a stroke. From then on tho 1 Wi)giif1on from Hawaii was a decided ' Meier In the convention and was ftUown ww attention by other dele- KtlHS. The BxMttaer contained tho on Mr. Wise's action over tWfre diver piank: KANSAS CITY. July 5. Hawaii put if U 1 Ih the Democratic platform today la the convention. The swarthy Jlrtaefc. David Kxwananakoa ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 July 1900

.4 1 i -Xio Wr rs &. tub mmwiv keppbucax. I'tf :;1td Every Morning Except Moa- ... f7 soe koo. ,c..r"w" iar I .aim's uv liujiicu. , s KDH1N5. GIL.L. - EDITOtt. 1 TELEPHONES: ilness Offiee.... itortel Rooc2S. .JSJ 2mrd at tfcs Post OS at :Bte.f L I-. as ma II. SUHSOJUPTIOX, RATES: . Moath, by Cfcrriur. ,.f i.. i. xtn c .ix J ' -.-".."" hv MaIl I M TTKt&i&rfBtbsC by Mall or Carrier. 22S I , .. .. ., t HONOLULU. H.T, JULY 18, H.0. I wki yo -warn t&e tceai bows of I i HmmMk joa Mittt r4 The RffmbH a. Tk Domotiatlc in the only part tfcat maJas a specialty of protecting rwwtca IwtftwMg at the expttse off AoNTicaa intrMta. TIm bPuefirWirlw ofmnall c$taU will Haiffhreyit We-1 for his very ruling in r.Rard to fees fa profane businews. Do all (hef! good people who' hare refitly been naturalized believe to W citizens of the I'nited State and of the Territory of He wail? If Mr. Hearst attempts to replace all tb newspaper that have been driven THE HpNOLTJLt) REPUBLICAN TYEEfctESD...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 July 1900

xt. H.1 ll B its SHIN IMCH1HA i-Tuan and that the government, the .Dowager Empress and the Chinese generally are against the Boxers. The officials also say they have to hope that the situation at Pe- kiiiK is imDrovLae and that Prince. fChlng -will succeed-in f foreigners .TieyJscoutertthstone'. w of the massacre of the peoplo In the i- gatlons and the poisoning of the and Dowager Empress, express Ithe opinion that Prince Chlng and the Royal Viceroys could be best be assist-ed by the promised .dispatch of international reinforcements and the of help in the formation of a strong government -.- - ' &$ SH0K0L1LII BEKBLIGAK, ISOO. .. ae T NellhoidalAtt.pms dpateh jj.' EHS5?5! warrant this coaduiion. hut there, arc , 'hopefu isnf In &eTeral .quarters of 'the iihpii unnr i '--- '-i ifiUuSl mUlIL rSUr LeUL. JUegauonS -3-11 oaie cib Late as Date of July Fifth. DOWAGER IS PROTECTING THEM enures coxnrrEB revolution PROMISES SOLUTION OF THE TROUBLES ' ,A Great Army Ikaae Xobilizd By th...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 July 1900

I. H u TEE HONOLtJTX KEPPBLJCAX, TVEDNr5DAX, JULY IS, 19G0. jf ALOIG THE WATER FRONT. Collector of Customs Reads Kiot Act to Reporters. THE HEW QUARANTINE SERVICE. HOW THE SKAGIT FOULED THE CLAUDLNE YESTERDAY AFTERNOON. Tw Nw Boats The, Californian DalAyed Captain Atwood is Dmd Soino Late Charters Pacific Record. Tlie Nippon Mara, from San m reported about 2:30 yesterday wonting. Tiae pilot and doctor went oat to her and oovid Just discern her outline me she came around Diamond Head. The pllotboat hove to to await the steamer, but she did not eane any closer, and they started for Iter aotn. to find her anchored off WaikiJti. It was about I o'clock whin fee was boarded. The Nippon left San Francisco on July 14 at 10 p. m. She was delayed by waiting for mail and passengers. Among the latter were many naval officers on their way to Join vessels on the Asiatic Nation. Admiral retired, was, with his wife, the only puKngers for this port. Thomas F. Rubin, naval cotwtructor, with rank uf U...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 July 1900

R?aBaj!aPajQsHasa J 'Something to Interest 2 B if Theo. H. D r y. .&. t X... 'V . N OTE E050LTJLTJ iffiFtBLIGAy, TCEDXESDaX JUL! IS, 1000. the Honsekeep1. We have just received a new importation of Fancy Groceries. Cast your eye over tills list: CHEESE- tfs Srls, FruisgB lie Oergoiiela, Italian Panness, BoIIail or Mass, Pineapple California Fell Creas, Imperial, McLaren's, Liibargsr, Etc., Etc. Chicken Loafa dainty dish), Yea! Loaf, Goltags Loaf, Ham Loaf. Frank Bratwnrst Sacsap, Metwarst Sansap, Geddibb Ham Sausage by the ponadJ, Scotch Herring In Toa Saece, Snails (Genuine French, Brirasly Bloaters, Etc., Etc. I SALTER & WAITY, Tel. 6S0. Orpheum Block. Grocers. 'fnKa IMl'ORTEKS N'I) DEALERS IN Furniture and upholstery Chamber Suits V 1t ... - " v Mai" jlHL. iV 5iJff; And" They're Fine. - a WE GUARANTEE THE QUALITY. - Try a Sample Bottle. We Know )'ou Will Like Them. W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd., Phone 4. Wholesale. t 9 0 U H 2 j ? t tit k f r Sfc Si -k ! sai ?e a m a r n&...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 July 1900

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Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 July 1900

M jig tw 3 IE lm H fell 3 I illl I I lilL 3 JRr SlimiS? gua )T PERTECT i That is all that is fiecessaryP to be said aftoufc our shipment of TAILOR Prices FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. mss n. E. KILLEJN, ijrtou Block LEdblNQ niLLINER. HOTEL STREET LADIES' MUSLIN UNDER WE AE, Wo have just, dssorment of received direct from the makers an Ladies' Muslin Underwear uluoht wo boliovc, in v Variety of Styles, Completeness of Assortment and General Attractiveness, ba never been surpassed in Honolulu. ; '- The line is too large to enumerate, different garments, so we have made a display of a few of them in Qur Large Central Window, hioh will give one a partial idea of what tliey are, and tin4 Aariety of styles we have. This Stock is Worthy of Inspection hi the same department will be found Ladies and Mioses SHIRT WAISTS, Ladies' Waists in Silk and Cotton White, Black and colored, a large variety of styles, but few of a kind. Ladies over skirts for "dress, traveling, walking. or riding, of silk, wool, li...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 July 1900

wws's' j rn , , mm , . "J --,"" T" '. , --v -i vZ , 15 - i L. IHE HOXOLTILTJ BEFElfffiflUN, "VVEDXESDaS, JOLT It 13GC . " -n. ' """ """V is 3 i jr "X --.,-- ttssk. FAIRC ILD'S am ;T ft. r t -. h V ti W , xjl. 1j -, - wet --' M 5 Are for Sale at 1 i ., L. Pacheco's r Dandruff Killer i r. a.!r by all Prusstt aal at U CXIOX USU:SUOP. TrffitUona 96- MliGt Buying HTieel BUY. RIGHT, ami A'(hhi$$ be JHght THE OLEVEUKD does it. HOHOLIiXTBIKB OO. URPHY&CO'S SHOE STOCKS COMBINED 50 CENTS ON THE $1.00. B -V tf i READY TO DELIVER ICE THE 0A1IU ICE & ELECTRIC CO. Hav A t - tWB STANLEY RESIGNS. Ho Will Resume tho Practice of Has Profession. Yesterday W. L. Stanley, acting 1 Seeoud Circuit Judge, tendered his re- .... -. I :: i n i I 10 cvorvtlinifr in i nesss and are prepared to : Uie practice of law. serve their customers with ICE mauufacturerTfrom pure Increase in Navy Pay. condensed " "7 T 7,7 "Sj X I pnauoa act, the pay of officers of. tho sian wells. - Sjr, Youu OkdeusSokiqited. Navy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 July 1900

- - , W f Jf -- r g" 1-;-P'-'sa:K' "? "-' yn ,x . . tfOv . n- v a .,&v. ; ?;-; A."-- i- .& &'-' THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN - VOLUirE J, KG. 31 HONOLULU, H. T, THUBSDAX, JULY 19, 1900 PBICE ITVE CEKTS BBILUIfiT MIL 10 JUDGE 1. 1. Bl California's Most Distinguished Men Do Him Honor. MAHY COMPLIMENTARY HAWAITS UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE OUTLINES HIS FUTURE PURPOSES. Mr. Estee Will Organize the Jadiciary Here in. a . and Virgin Pield. Prancfeeo, July 11. The fare- w0 rerentSon given hurt, night by the UHton Lg Club U Morris M. Es-te wpoa kte departure for Hawaii to juwbm ike duties of United States District Jntga was highly flattering to the nMt by rmmm. of the large attendant. th cfearaeter of those present and tb many complimentary allusions to tin dtattncnlsiud Callfornian. Ths beticfc and bar -were represented by notables, among the jurists present bahtg Justice Brown of the United StatW Supreme Court, United States J4b W. W. Morrow and Justice of the California Supreme C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 July 1900

lb ii i h I 1BE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Pnl 3scd Every MornlarSset Jtc: ..r feT Ue Root. Grieve - tas Company. Limited. EDiK& GILL, - - - - EDITOR. TELEPHONES: business Office....- 475 KoriaI Roosa 123 .Sntered at Ute Post Office at Hono- j a, ii. i as man. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Tvr Month, by Carrier 5 75 One Year, by Mail S00 Six Month, by Mall 4 00 Three Months, by Mall or Carrier. 2 23 HONOLULU. H.T., JULY 19, 10. There Is no encouragement for the toon of the tnited States in the platform. The situation hunter Is gradually becoming obsolete. The situation now hWMs the man. The eorn crop of th United States was worth almost JS5,060,000 more last year than In 1SS5. The jwesence of Harold M. Sewatl on th Republican National Committee fretfmTo Bit hard on certain party fakers. The Chinese pigtail makes fine twisting material for those persons who bar been so persistently at -work on the British lion's tall. Farmers paid IS2S.000.000 for the experiment of electing a Democratic Presiden...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 July 1900

m ' f FWKF1. psp? && .a. 5SE HONOLULU EEPCBIICA2i, IHL&5D1T, JULY IS, 1900. . . - a 4-.""'.."'. ,.- J 'l&tfi CHlKi ACCUSES THE Uprising- of Lawless Persons is Fully Described. F0RB6XERS R4ISE0 RESEXTMEKT ATTACKS OS- TAKU BZGABDED AN INTESNATTONAI. BREACH OF FAITH. Tho Younf Chinese Emperor Ap peal to the Powers Troop of the Alliance . Moving. Y.'atfiifngtan, July U. An Imperial ilfitod 3d day of Clh Moon, (Juno Vij was received by telegraph today ly 3!h!tor Wh from the TaotI of Abnnghaf. trananiStted on July let from tho treasarer of the Chlh LI pro- iee, who recalved It by special courier j on Juno Sth from tho Board of War, who In turn received it from the Privy Ooancil !n Peking. The decree is as fotto.fi: The circttaMrtancea which led to the oontmeacenumt of fighting between China awl foreigners were of such a complex, conf oelng and unfortunate character as to be entirely unexpected. "Oik diplomatic representatives abroad, owing to their distance from tho scone ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 July 1900

CHI ACCUSES Hit '$m raras iif Uprising- of Persons is Fully Described. FOREIGNERS RAISED RESEHTMEXT ATTACKS ON TAKU REGARDED AN- INTERNATIONAL BREACH OF FAITH. The Younp Chinese Emperor Appeals to the Power Troop of the Alliance . Moving. TCaJMtigten, Jb 11. An Imperial dc r Sated 3d day of Oth Moon. (June 29 vm received by telegraph today by Minister V from tbe Taoti of Shanghai., tninsmlued on July 1st, Iron tb treasurer of the Colli LI who received It by special courier, on June 39th from the Board of War, who In tarn received It from the Privy CothcII In Peking. The decree Is as fottows: The drettswUacc which led to the cooimeeeeiHODt of fighting between CMttoae and forolgners were of such a complex, oenfueiBg and unfortunate character as to be entirely unexpected. "Chit diplomatic representatives abroad, owing to their distance from tho Mane of action, have had no means of knowing the true state of things and accordingly, cannot lay the views of tbe garsrnment before the .Minis...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 July 1900

A. ft f J sf fc. f r at the time intention to disobey cers at the port of Honolulu, v ' r? ' ""S i ""?--.' "-'fife" cs ,:, Hiag??5 rWlf :FHE HOyOLTTLtJ JUSHJBLK1AN, THUKSBiX TOES 9 1900- iEOm THE : WATER FROST. The Marion Chilcoot is Fined Two Thou- sand Dollars. iiSCHIROEi WiTKOBT A PERMIT. JT2TE Koana PAID BY CAPTAIN WEEDE2? TJ2TDEB, PBOTEST. and Bloemfcmtein Arrive- Serena Thayer Departs The ' Chapman's Craw Death of Dan Webster. Under Section 2S67 of the Revised , Statutes of the United States the Americas ship Marion Chilcoot was yesterday fined $2,000 by Collector of Cus-. ttonw Stackable. The Chilcoot arrived ' here some time ago from Newcastle - with coal. She has been lying In the and yesterday moved to the railroad wharf and began discharging her coal, consigned to the Oahu Railroad and Land Company. The fact that she was discharging ww! made known to Collector of Customs Stackable, who straightaway sent the captain notice to quit and the farther information that a fino of...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 July 1900

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Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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