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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 June 1900

Ee. -v TOE HONOLULU KEPUBLrCAS. Published Every Moraing Except Xoa-day by the RobL Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. - - - - EDITOR. TELEPHONES: Business Office 545 Editorial Hooms 123 Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu, H. L, as second-class malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Month, by Carrier $ 75 One Year, by Mail S0 Six Months, by Mall 400 Threeftiontas. by Mail or Carrier. 2 25 m - IiOOLTJLTJ, H. JU-JUKE 16, 1KO. ' ' ' ' ! r lujifr "ii ' iPhcreJs araeh speculation as to the SJInfa of tho next prosfdeat of the m&x of HaeUh. Ta ilojwbHcaa Is fc4d!ng pretty well. thank yo. Its advertising columns speak for themselves. Por a paper only Ikreo ay oW. It fMtls that abowx It is a weteonw arrival ia tjwefty. Dr. Crmlekel not? has the of protecting tho community from a seamd visitation of the plague. though the fact that he possesses tho amUa etjnJHlence of the community fihotritl lighten hie burden considerably. That was a pleasant sight at St. Lotite College yesterday when the Star...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 June 1900

Oailv The Black Hussar Boccacio Bohemian Girl Mascotte - Olivette - Clover Rip Van Winkle Grrowin S El Capitan Maritaha , Fatinitza Pirates of Penzance Merry War The Brigand Lilly of Killarney IN -. I n- . - - . Pojpvtla Falka Dorothy Pinafore Flittermauss II Trovatore Faust Drum Major's Daughter r ; "' yLWVV f , -; ?1- V V ' . THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SAIUKDAS, JUSE 16400. --& Ttt. -' - &? r . 4 . W . .g . - p"p"p"p"p"H p"p"p"rp"mmp pppmppppprppi 'IBVrBH OPERA AT PPPPfl' PPPPPI hhhv 'PPPPPPPPPPPP)1 PPPPPPPPPPPl PPPPPPB 'PPPfl''PPPr PPPMPPPPJPPBPPPPl . PPPPPa PPPPPJ PPPPPPPPPP PPPPPJ PPPPPJPPPPPi PPPPPHiii ' PPPPPI PPPP1 9PPP1 PPPPPP PPPPM "pBP"pMpiiiB ppphppiH SHpIHpV flp)pHHpflH"pV A LIMITED ENGAGEMENT OF AN WSrjS '1.'f. ,. ; y AB SDLUTELY FIRST-CLASS COMPANY ;& TTnriftr thA rrmrmcrATriAnt of Mr. Wm AAnlTr, rhp foln1xTlP, nnnmnflls ' '' Mr. Wm. Wolff Mr. Winfred Goff Mr. Grafton Baker Mr. Phil Branson Mr. Naea Bonville Miss Hattie Belle Ladd Misa Tillie Salinger Miss B...

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. — 16 June 1900

t; .t iv. la 's , ?"p THE. IflTER Police Arrest Seven Boys for Sleeping on Wharves. ALL SENT TO WORKHOUSE. DIBIGO A2CD OEEG02: REACH ! PORT ATTJEli "- i ' EVENTFUL TRIPr ; LatUx Vescel Brings Two Tnausfc nd tnibf Coal for Inter-Island iv to . ft f Load Sugar. Detective Kaapa. and a number of his drtectlves were btisy along the waterfront t early hor yesterday morn la. kMtfnt; afKtr boys out of boxes ia J various places. Seven or meae were rounded up, having pleaded guilty to the charge ot vagrancy,, they weJMnUoJall .forstkree. jnpritha, For a iong'tloM these boys have been a regular nuisance along the wharves. They have been wont to make their living by gambling, carrying bundle aboard steamers for people and doing other odd Jobs. Rather than go to their homos, they have been In th? habit of keeping In booxs or behlpd woodpiles, despite many warnings to desist. Various rather shady deeds have beon attributed to them, and, in order to obviate any repetition of thJ" fenscs, they wore...

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. — 16 June 1900

.9 J "" rT5?r " 34 r .j -, ' -,- ; if. A- OLUU U M . 1 JM. illl 3HE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1900. ' .jS J It I5!SpSmJS3lCi?EiPSSBSSSS?!P'l?Bl?PS? jj 2 SEEP fSkWk WITH 'H The Up-to-Date Grocery Store "With, the Lowest Prices. Orpheom Block. 5ILTER & WllTT. SOME CDF" OUR PRICES: Jams and Jellies, in glass 2 for 25 cents Chicken Tawales 10 cents each g Plum PuddinsO. e o' "V - OUI1U OUiljJ . - - -$. Stove Polish . .-v. 3 Shoe Black iur. .. 3 2 EVERYTHING ELSE The Porter Fumfae Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS liirORTEItS AXD Furniture and Qhamber Quits' : - Chiffoniers . Chairs, Divans Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories ' B K LIMITED 'Vml OP RA M .EXCELLENT CIMPMY under the mnnngcniont o WILLIAM WOLFF .-' r BIG MATINEE i THIS AFTERNOON Presenting - FRA DinUOliD"; ys1 BOMANTIC p. 50 Cents, 75 Cents n'd $1.00 Matinee, 25 and ,50 Cents OUR NEW-SHIPMENT OF KIMONOS HAVE "JUST BEEN OPENED tod are Now on .Display. ' IWAKAIII,; . (St mm IS I I 1 s J 7 a r -. 30 cent...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 June 1900

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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. — 16 June 1900

1 8.. ki lri ' , A KAAAVir fkAil 9 t ffn Afo ix irvs b 74i i p ULUUSC The engagement of Miss Mamie L- F Smith and Lovette .Rockwell of the j Evening Bulletin has been announced. FteilliDS offidals have M reived t.. - nn tn dnt hrlt nmLnis ! have to wait louser than usual this month for the payment of their monthly bQL? against the late Hawaiian Government. St. Louis Celebrates. With appropriate ceremonies the American flag was hoisted over St-Louis College yesterday morning. The exercises began at 9 a. m. a large number of friends of the College and invited guests and pupils witnessed the raising of old glory. In all about two thousand were present. The following literary an musical program was rendered: March "The American Favorite" Prendeville Address A. E. Murphv Chorus "My Country lis of Thee" Carey Flag Raising Medley Prendeville Raising of the Flag. . . ,-Chorus "Star Spangled Banner" ., . . Francis Keves Chorus "Old Glory" A. Schindler Salute of tho Stars and Stripes. March "...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 June 1900

ft- 6 x f I a I 1 :' Ik s ITtT THIS 4 " i - under the luanagcmont of WILLIAM WOLFF SH0UD Wc have just marked and placed on sale another large shipment of MERCHANDISE, direct from New York, comprising, anions other thins, some of -the! latest novelties for Ladies' Evening '"Wear- arriving just in time for the approaching open season. French ilk Gauzes With alternating satin and lace stripe, 44 inches wide, in black and all the popular evening shades, pink, blue, maze, lavender, black shot with silver threads, black with stain stripe and ecru lace inserting, Nile green, lavender, maize with stain stripe and ecru lace insertion, black spangled with gold sequins, black spangled with cerise sequins and white spangled with silver scqurns. These are only a few of a stock too numerous for individual mention, comprising Chiffons, Silk Mulls, Liberfy Silks, cts. Pine Apple Silk This most desirable fabric wc import direct from Japan, and the number of good qualities it possesses is astonishing...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 June 1900

i. .TSa: f -s A 55 - , s B tW UfJ9af5Juui vf5CCrtVv yvvsV tiA. $w ,.X - ' -- 0n THE HONOLULU . REPUBLICAN VOLUME I, NO. s HONOLULU, H. T., FEIDaY, JDXB 22. 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS ir i 'i x l l CMHilSSIOms OF DILI Strong Resolution Adopted Against Tuberculosis. ATKffiSOTS STRONG PLEA. RESOLUTION INTRODUCED BY VON HOLT DIRECTED TO BOARD OP ESALTH. Minor Matters of Importance to the Discussed and 2iBch Business Transacted. f Tl Arst meeting of tho Board of IfrtotttHHt under th Territorial wm held ytterday afternoon at :. o'clock. There were present of Public Instruction A. T. Atkinson and Commissioners of Education Mrs. W. W Hall, Mrs. E. W. Jordan. Professor Alexander. H. M. Von Holt and Charles Hopkins. In opening the meeting Mr. Atkinson said that it was necessary to hare rules of order drawn up and that, if such woro not already in existence, before the elOKO of the meeting he should ask the appointment of a committee to take the matter in hand and report. The minutes of the previou...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 June 1900

w !' "ki a 3S ? : THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN Published Every Morning Except Monday by the Robt. Griere Publishing Company, limited. EDA IN S. GILL. - - - - EDITOR. TELEPHONES: Business Office 475 Editorial Rooms 153 Entered at the Post OQce at IL L. as second-class malL SUBSCRIPTION RATE3: Per Month, by Carrier I 75 One Tear, by Mall .V... S00 Six Months, by Mail "... 4 00 Three Months, by Mall or Carrier. 2 25 HONOLULU, H. T JUNE 22, 1500. A papw that has made an unknown crank tSmoas must needs be a good paper, even If it does print a Sunday-edition. Now that Honolulu is an American city and vessels engaged in trade with the mainland arc under the coasting laws. It behooves the merchants and shippers o. ihe city to organize a merchants' exchange. The new Superintendent of Streets should get -.8 steam-roller into service on Union street. A portion of that narrow thoroughfare, near Beretania. !s covered with large boulders-, rendering it almost Impassible for wheelmen. The reverend gent...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 June 1900

r '" , ;' EMER6EKCT CALL OF MAVT 3A.TTXESKEPS PBEPASKD FOB "WAS WiXHXN'I'OBTrSOUXS. Secretary iczyr's Expeiies "With the Massachusetts ai Indiana 1 tt A3HIXOTON, June - twe Vf-W -" !PF5 j.' W ? -- "2. . t muu? t W THE HONOLULU SET'BBLICAX, FSlDAY, JUSE 22, 1900. ; . ?tt with Um bUJekJPS Indiana an . tnmettm has bcU market! wtegnsm reonst at the Kao a mt T.-J& Admiral Sites - otntoftadsm ( 'Je League .g Mf wer voP!etel equipped Mid ry for . Hf W tbe rndinna TWrtl "jMrftl oat at Dn and the mekMs about tw bours later for Nrnort, via Hsmptc Roads. The deity In ; He ame oC tl latter ship was ODt fce .e of ny latt of preparedness on kr jwrt. but eisply because tht tin twuid net ten "mill this Thw It appe that these two fdratttatite Teasels hree been ready for y rqwlred servle Bi the short space i about forty hwrs, without th lightest warning ornotlce to the commandant of the Legue Island Navy Yard or the commanders of the two battleships. Tho result is regarded as a I tory vindication...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 June 1900

AIMi THE WATER FROAT Nippon Maru Arrives Frnm Japan Ahead of Time. SAILED A(iALT LAST MGIIT 2SLA2TD VESSELS BBINGCCG CABGOES OF SUGAR FOE THE BIG SAILERS. Sailing Vessels En Route From the Mainland With Large Cargoes for the Islands Shipping Notes. liu ly yesterday morning the steamer v. i(& blew, aaaouacing the arrival " port of the Toyo Kteen Kaisha Mara from China and Japan, a n day ahead of time. She would la.c come into port immediately but the fact that the Hongkong: AJaru . J th Pacific Mall wharf. Conse-i, cn'ly. it was necessar' for the - a to cast anchor and remain outside i.t'il the Hongkong sailed. The Nippon reports leaving on the. 12tb inst. Fine weather was xpt r;enced throughout the trip. She I -ought a very few passengers for this 1 crt but the through list was large. mong the noteworthy personages ng through were the Princesses h.ngh of India, who are on their way 1 rmi' to England, after a trip to their native country. Another prominent person was the Lloutena...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 June 1900

K 1 "" ' ' if 4-. , - -- " rFTr' .tuLir i iri&i "" i 9 T 6 1 A 4 THE HONOLULU KEFf 8L1CAN, FPJiXUf, JUNE 22, 190a 'II JAwMAisiAAnAjaian&BKniQSftK&Mistiftnrsmg VT S. KEEI 1N nil.. WITH ossan. I sat msi The Up-to-Date Grocery Store With the Lowest Prices. 5. 2 , Orpheum Block. 9 S. SOME OF OUR PRICES: 5 Jams and Jellies, in glass 2 for 25 cents ft Chicken Tamales.il . ..... .t 10 cents each 2 Plum Puddings " 30 cents each j S. Saitd Soap . . sTX ..... 5 cents a cake g Stove Polish 7 . ,. A large cakes for 25 cents t 2 Shoe Blacking 4 tins for 25 cents g f EVERYTHING ELSE IN PROPORTION The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AXD urniture and Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables Side Boards 1 I I 1 5ILTER 6- WHTT. DEALERS IN Upholstery China Closets Tables Eastern Factories IS QUALITY IS CALLED TO THE g POMMERY CHAMPAGNE TO THIS COUNTRY. of the Wine Connoisseur, where 3 REGULATES PRICE, to Six Dollars "More a Case than g; Figures taken from Ridley's C...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 June 1900

." f J. (. This tract affords a Magnificent View of All Parts of the City, also Scenic and Marine Views of Exquisite Grandeur at every turn. fl 4. S si ;-v OUR ELECTRIC RAILWAY is nearing completion and it will only be a short time before the line is in running order. Having an independent power plant we are prepared to furnish Lights, Heat, or currrent for other purposes to all residents on this tract at very rates. . 358FP ' ' "aflv i It- . - wWw,.l My -' " Hyjf 5 nm ff- y hmr, ., . .. SiiiAs8t y m t " fr "g " ' ifSaqpftTn . ww ' $m ' ' ij. ftjg fe THE HONOLULU REFDBLICAK, ERIMX JUNE-22, 1900. '- . , U t Y' ff K4 JT o r 'WISB HH V ,rW& 3? K W- V H & K m r H mbhmhm mnM mhm SHHMB i & JT - T .IF SO, WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT THE MOST DELIGHTFUL. RESIDENCE SITE IN HONOLULU B K B H H B Kl H V H 1 . H" - v t V J & HHH BJBBBBB HHBHiHBHI' mbhbib HHHHA PURE! WATER is something every householder wants. Our Water Supply comes from amountaMi . 'M ; spring 1,000 feet abo...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 June 1900

JX mi WIS" SKiSras M wr&mr&m . SS.V '- " . - V- -,-.. THE HONOLOLU PJiPtJSLlCAN, JpMDAY? JUNE 22, 1SKW. r (n8UNGTVN &jMf SLOCK V JUJT T HN&. FEFR AUSTRALIA 3 A Handsome Line of , 1 TRftFELffQ SKIRTS; T-' LOW PRICES. - E I ' If EW JTTLE Jff IHT ' WAISTS, i These Goods can be inspected on our Counters ' alout the First of the Week. 3 IT WILL PAY YOU TO WAIT. n M- SRASQg & CO, TnnnnfnnTfirimffiiTminnnniinifWnniiHiiHiiiiiiminifimnniffiniif OUR NEW STOCK OP IMPORTED MILLINERY cannot be excelled In the city for Elegance "" -Style and- , Quality AND V AltE OFFERING SWELL IMTS TIIMW8ETC At prices lower than you have ever before enjoyed for goods of equal merit and worth. . , - . ' T You'll Enjoy the Display if You Yisit Our Store. tt!55. n. E. KILLED Arlington Block HOTEL STREET TIME We received a large shipment of European Goods, including some handsome designs in Black Crepons and Tailor Suitings just before the rise in tariff. . , - We Tvill be able to give the public...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 22 June 1900

mvfry y.. ?f1 ! ShT"yw 'I JIIUM '! ii iti n a WBityagrtimiMg'ji ' 1 R BJBmalm WITH "WM0'VNMBB The Up-to-Date Grocery Store With, the Lowest Prices. Orpheum Block. SALTER &T WdlTY. j SOME OF" OUR fpFRIOES: 3 Jams and Jellies, in glass , 2 for 25 cents 2 Chicken Tamales 10 cents each m Plum Puddings - 30 cents each Sand Soap 5 cents a cake Stove Polish . , 4 large cakes for 25 cents J Shoe Blacking 4 tins for 25 cents S j EVERYTHING ELSE IN PROPORTION iTm 4Pa?fcil5iaJ5sPBJsjEa!5t53r2i &?& js rz. Pa ss ss as ss ss The Porter Furniture Go. BETHEL AND sr IMPOttTERS AND Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers . .5 Chairs, Tables Side Boards "Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories i THE TRUE CRITERION IS QUALITY THE ATTENTION OF CONNOISSEURS IS CALLED TO THE SUPERLATIVE QUALITY OF POMMERY CHAMPAGNE WHICH IS BEING 3HIPPED TO THIS COUNTRY. In London, tho Acknowledged Home of the Wine Connoisseur, wbero QUALITY REGULATES PRICE, Pommery Comma...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 June 1900

7" Nv s- 5.1 30 s - A. r m ie? fszr ,' ;" v ir L " 'ifffcgB' - W THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLUME I, NO. 9 HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1900 PPJGE FIVE CENTS' REPORT. AG.1LW FREE DELIVERY. Post Office Inspector Flint Discouraged With. Situation. BIG MOVEMENTS SOON. WANTS "WATT, CLERKS ON OCEANIC AND ISLAND STEALERS. How Unolo Sam Will Bettor Oar Mail Will Also Soon be Benefited. Fret amfl for Honolulu is liaote to feel the offects of what Mr. H M. FlbiC Unitfi StRtos Postofflcc lnsfwclor. calls he mnliope habit" It amy be a year before an up-to-date nH system J established in unless tfere : either a special lon of the Leal Mature, or the Territorial ottlclals strh thoir authority. Mr. FHnt, Jike j.il of Uncle Sam's joeUl Inspectors, Is hustler, and he is disgusted with the slow-going methods? of Hawaii He wants to get buck to the mainland, where there is Homethlng doing" in postal lines. He Is anxious to do all he can while he stays In Honolulu however. At the request of The R...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 June 1900

4 Wt THE BOXQLULC REPUBLICAN Published Every Morning Except Monday or the Eobt. Grieve Publishing Company. Limited. EDN IX a GILL, - - - EDITOR. - -TELEPHONES:- Business OSce 45 Editorial Rooms 123 Eaters at the Post Office at Honolulu, H. L, as second-class raaiL - SUBSCRIPTION- RATES - Pr Month, by Carrier.... . f 75 ' OB Year, by Mail IW Sir Months, by Mail . . . 4 00 Three Months by Mall or Carrier. 2 2S HONOLULU, H. T, JUNE 'A 1SX). NTJ2EBER. THE HOUSES AT ONCE. The Interview with H. M. Flint, special agent of the Postofllce Department, published on another page of to-day's Republican, shows that Honolulu must awake to some of her pressing needs. The old days of sleepy lethargy have passed away, though some of her residents are not yet aroused to a full realization of the fact. The Republican called attention a fw days ago to the fact that Honolulu was at a stage in her history which might well be termed the parting oi the ways; a change from the old, easygoing raetnods to thos...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 June 1900

1 r '' A BEITISH "VTEW OF PHILIPPINES. Consul at Kanila Predict a Great . Commercial Future for that PostNo Place for . . "Poor Men. A NDON. June 6. The report of the . .' sh dossul at Manila, Mr. Harford, 'rsttt alike Philippine Islands has fcsoti remived at the For- f - ' - He mts toe collapse of the ".in aad the reopeafas of the i itorfi csanienec aad produced f ' rumertlal activity . The .k f prosperity, however, he add- 1, js tlepoadent upon circumstances, ! i.h Uie ports were safe the Jn- t .,fO island was quite the t -BIT. iDd It would depend on the state of tt ovmrr whether farmer exports 'L rifceowtng. He explained that tit fauinae size of the country rendered mtorttlfan of law and order a difekvU tak, as the influence of the leader appeared strong enough to prevent the etharwtee willing natives from snrrendarfng. "Improvements," he said, "are visible fit every atrection in Manila, and the work of draining the filthy town ditches and stagnant pools may possibly entail epide...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 June 1900

I- fln,Hfc.iftn, AE0MTHE ,A WATER FROST. The Mail Boat ITona .Comes and Goes nn Time. STRATIIGYLE FROM JAPAN. BAD DEATH OF TDLES BABBE A SEA3LAN 02 BASK OLYMPIC 10mega from Chile and louuiana. from Newcastle Beport of the Mo&na's Purser .?. Xanna Loa Sails. The Moaaa arrived off port from tha Colonies early yesterday morning, but It-was not until after 9 o'clock that she . hanlod alongside the Oceanic, wharf. Parser Hodgson's first question upon stain g a Custom House officer was: 'Have the United States laws gone J nio effect yet?" ' "Upon learning that they bad he said something under his breath, for he had got up all his papers according to'the old regulations and would have to do the whole thing over again. Then, too, he had calculated on passengers from lisro. and had made all his arrangements accordingly. Here was another bother. The Monana brought the following cargo: Fifty cs butter, 1 cs drapery, 34 es gin, 13 csks beef, 13 cs wine, 1 os esirtnenware, 1 cs household eff...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 June 1900

l is HHHHHHW M IHWHHHH Wi WHITE ROSE 555---!- I'The Up-to-Date Grocery Store t, Orpheum -Block. With the Lowest Prices. g , OtVJEv OF7 OtJF? 53LTER & W3ITT. PRICES: jL Jams and Jellies, in glass 2 for 25 cents J Ghjcken Tamales 10 cents each S Burn Puddings . . . . 30 cents each 2 Sftnd Soap 1 5 cents a cake 2 Stove Polish y 4 large cak.es for 25 cents H Shoe Blacking '. 7. . 4 tins for 25 cents 2 J EVERYTHING ELSE IK PROPORTION - rvirFr??ss'ai''W4 J K n i M ! ; r k u : ?s Ks fs& a Pa gi & pa pa The Porter Furniture Co. s., BETHEL AND HOTEL STEEETS IMPORTERS VXD DEALERS IN Furniture and Upholstery piamber Suits . - " . $&, Chiffoniers . unairs, Side Boards China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories I THE TRUE CRITERION IS QUALITY THE' ATTENTION OF CONNOISSEURS IS CABLED TO THE SUPERLATIVE QUALITY OF POMMERY CHAMPAGNE WHICH IS BEING SHIPPED TO THIS COUNTRY. In London, tbo Acknowledged Home of the "Wlno Connoisseur, where QUALITY REGULATES PRICE, Pomm...

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