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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 25 July 1900

'ft-T - - .,,.,. f - .'' Ik1": K- -. " TSt -; IhIh kkkkkkpLILkkkw kkkkwHkkkLVkkkkkB JLkkkH kkkkBkt kLLklkkkHkkkkB - kkkPLkHki " " "v"- -ar- --"JW ? y$ THE HOXOLTJLTJ BMKJ1ILH2AS, 1FEDXESDAX, JUET 35, 1900. '"- " . - K m & B K B & A- W B5 -!'- i. i 1 w k i HONOLULU'S IDEAL SPOT FOR HOME BUILDERS. Gradual ascent from the city to a height of eighfchundred and sixty-seven feet above the sea level! if uiiii life al 1 n AND MARVELOUS VIEW OF HONOLULU AND THE MIGHTY PACIFIC. kxAMMM The following are a few of the many advantages together with what we have already mentioned. BOULEVARD" called m KAIUL AN"! DRIVE" FREE : FROM : ALL : IMPURITIES. THE " ' N : ELECTRIC RAILWAY --Si .ly A magnificent Winds aroimd the property and touches every block, leading off Eaiulani Drive are avenuesnd lanes. TIKE WATER is in abundance on Pacific Heights. Our water supply gushes from a Mountain Spring eight hundred-feet above the level of the city. This water has been pronounced the best for Drinking ...

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. — 25 July 1900

i 4ti m t'tftOB Blook " T&fWLWGTUN h7$ BIOOT. rzLLfdtmCmm THEY ARE WORTH your inspection; We candidly believe them; to be the Handsomest eyer brought to Honolulu. Tailor Made Skirts and Suits j i todies' and Ghildren's (flash Skirts. Children's! H m Wash Suits, Iiadies Capes. I n. putsch co. I luMmiMuii'111111111111 "" HllllllllllllllWlHHHIIIIIIIllllimUlI TRIMMED HATS FOR ONE WEEK 01 nij n. E. KILLED, LADIBS'MUSLINUNDERWEAR At Reduced Prices LY LEflblNQ fllLLINEK. HOTEL STBSET direct from the makers an Underwear of Assortment Attractiveness, Honolulu. enumerate tho djftercrifc display of a few of them in our Window, idea of what they are, and Worthy of Inspection will be found Ladies and Ladies' Waists in White, Black and styles, but lew of a kind. dress, traveling, walking or cotton pique, in white, black no delay in one's supplying short notice suitable for almost oC anJ" description, ovld do elsewhere, tliey iupsect our stock for dress, for traveling, for white, black and col...

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. — 25 July 1900

rt i r STTA"OC!l --- sr JE"'3 J-- - VT, 3T "7r ," nne HOHOJJUIiU iEF0Bl2DiSff T7EDXES0AX, BItI 25, 1B0O. . I 'ni BiniimKiirii1 a agww iMi " SHOES! SHOES! GENTLEMEN, ATTENTION! 'skt We have just opened up a new shipment of the very latest styles j y - in Gents Furnishings irSv&Tea we offer atthe most reasonablo pricesm . c ' . V k its - - THBEE IMMENSF STOCKS .."- I the Gity. - - " I f ja I A IVil A C $1.50, worth $2.00, and at cop FA HILD'S LARGE STOCK ! i I respondingly reasonable prices for ! finer snides. n Unr HT i3 ? Ok ww. w entire stock AM Jitf t - CAN DRY GOODS lift iJi Hk. i" l&S JTae Sle by IN THE SHOE STORE OF HAWAIIAN NEWS1 CO. UMJTED. yesterday by the breaking of a cur chain which held a twelve ton piece of machinery. The poor fellow had his ankle broken beside being disemboweled by the chain when it snapped. He -was taken tn flirt in the patrol wagon and died as he was being placed on the operatinc table. The man was about thirty yeat of age and leaves a wife a...

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. — 26 July 1900

r - - v- "t t -V- - " . i-. - i J fc A V 3A kSs THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN V --" YOLTBrE I, 20. 37 HOXOLTJEIL H. T., THDESDAX, JULY 26, 1S00. PRICE nXS CENTS OE SOU'S IBIEF ill IBlll CAS Argument Set Forth "by Defendant's Attorney. W. 9. SMITH Of jUOQ ESTATE. VACILLATING OPINIONS AND THE LAW ARE LT DEFINED. Ceutintioa That the Government Has Lost Both Legson "Which, to Base Its Action. In the case of tftf Territory of William IL Marshall, Attorney XT." BaBoU, for the defendant, has "Submitted a brief tiled by TV. 0. Smith, '' wbe represent the Jndd state, and E. r. Dole, Attorney-General, who the Goveratnout Do Bolt's brief presents a strong nrguniagt It is as follows: Ia reply to the brief Hied herein on behalf of the Goveramout it is submitted that ooaoael for the Judd -estate ami Government are not consistent or logical in tltrfr contentions, for, while Uwy have the plain language of the statute before them they argue with it or against it as teems to boat subserve their purposes. C...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 July 1900

II 1 -A J SflK J sr?5iss ' s. I HE HOXULaUJtRCSLICAX, Ph? 'j&ed Every Morulas y fcy fcc Robi. Griere lag Company.. Lisslted. EPttiX S. GILL. gDTToC TELEFKONES: j&tctaess Ofsce 475 .Jtortsl Roosae 123 inlered at the Post Office at H- L, &3 nalL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Month, by Carrier J 75 One Year, by Mall 3.G9 Eli Months, by Hail 4 03 Three Ifontha, by Mall or Carrier. 253 HONOLULU, H. T, JULV 2C, 1P0O. Ett Republican should be In parage. The political speeches to-night will. stl be short. Go and listen to them. A ay In July may be rare In Hawaii, hut it sizzles the average newcomer. Th Chinese invented gunpowder, uud there Is a lively prospect that they ill W Eorry for it. hope of outside property-holders i- largely centered in the construction of the Rapid Transit Company's road. The reception parade to the returning delegates to the Philadelphia ration to-night -will be well worth KWiBg. to Madagascar the men do all the praying. In the rest of the world the enter Is rev...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 July 1900

1 "pesrawa qgj mrtBtr - " i HEADQUARTERS FOR b Ztttdw it iK I i & 8 I i & 1 1 i s '? gL B E rZTf -V ' W "( ' ;rwjj; - v w -- ' it V - tf i1rv -O- - v '- . "5. y, X T t 7 w' . - ,V THE HOQCOSU J1EFGBEICJL5, JfJIiY 26, 1900 ALLEY'S IKE . 'ITS TELEPHONE S9S T. O. BOX 441 SO DUTY ffOW -Off ROBIIR. G609S. Therefore -ere shall sell Morgan A WtijrhtT5 Por it of 4 wheel inch ? SO 00 ;ineh A 3S 00 lJfucb -51 00 llftMk Jllaefe 5S0O Ha& Tirps at Amersam prices guaranteed. Xew outGle with r . fMiowe. poi in bv experienced w. rkfflen and. -Ut-i channels pt or and palated ready for use. I ise perei of four wheals 3 40 DO 1 lack, par et of fowr wheels ." . 45 CO It isch, per?t of four wheels - - 65 W li inch, per t of four wheel .' 65 00 ' li inch, persist of four wheels 75 CO REPLACING W0RN.0UT RUBBER. 2 front do. 2 rear do S 17 00 3 19 00 -. 21W 23 00 23 00 2500 2S00 2S00 31 W 33 00 1900 MODELS STEARNS BICYCLES NO DUTY NOV, ON BICYCLES. CASH PRICES- Stearns Special : Models A : ' Ste...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 July 1900

. m ,.'" 1 i 9 The- K1IERT GRIEVE Publishing Co. Ltd. will cttrkish Mistio Printings Up io Qaie Binding, First Glass Job Work Plantation Stationery :::L'or: WE FRIiSIT WE, RULE ? otic .:; I Letter Heads :--, ! Bill Heads . ; ; Statements Envelopes) s ! Programmes Invitations - Cards : Circulars : v Posters t. - :.. E3Jtc" Bill Heads Statements Pay Rolls ExpenseAccts Manifests Pl'tn. Blanks Agency Bl'nks Calendars Diaries Bank Blanks Etc., Etc. WE BIND I "Ledgers i j Cash Books ; Journals Blank Books Check Books Pay Rolls . j Invoices I Bank Books T Stock Books Record Books Etc., Etc. - Having succeeded to the old established business of the late Bobert Grieve, it will b bur ainj. to uphold the d long held by him for first class work in ermrr department of the printing office, while our enable us to fill brcUn "At much shorter notice tkaa heretofore. 2 - rnr. lzadixg Itir Dressing afldlanicormi Parlors. Hotel Street, next to T. X C. A- Shampcciag and Scalp Treatneit A. SPECIALTY. Eng...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 July 1900

ts ja si Jos ?a sa fa ra S ?bi ?a ? I jai Pa f Sa pa s Pa m m ! 6 C 1 2 I 0 u SoietliM to Merest Divans I I 5 I I jv; it Eric, Uiliis Ptrisss, i Ghlekea Loaf a daiatr disS), Yea! Leaf, Ciltafe Leaf, Haa leaf. Frank Bratwnrst SaBsare, Nstwarst Saasap, Genuine Haa Sausage (by the psiisdJ, Scstcb Hemig ib Ts Sauce, Snails (fieneine Frsac6, Eriasly Sloaters, Etc., Etc. l SALTER & WAITY, 5 TeL 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. z 2 sa r s s w a s a Sa ssa a a i Pa Pa P853 The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL 'STREETS sv5s'3?.iH!E WK" ' .. - IMi'OKTKJtS ASD DEALERS IX Furniture and Upholstery "l& Chamber Suits Chiffoniers '.". Chairs, Tables Side Boards i mi'ORTEKS 01? i fi. H. Da85 & Co., SUGAR FACTORS. GENERAL MERCHANDISE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS LloyOs, j . ---.- . -. . . SS Wf-- a s ' SEE BOXOLTJItTj fiFnBl20AKtTHGBHDAx SXXjS. SS, IStfl, . ititji3MJitAAlAiAl&A - , .i.w7 Thpii'vp Fine. ' TKB ANBX COCKTAILS. TOMGIX WHISK!'. MARTINI. " iihrMDcnm A PilOIlu 3iHa "- " H le House...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 July 1900

3 1 i X fc -K, J) u .1 X E f i jf -- " - -,--' '&. "KAIULAFI DRIVE" -s V-.'- JV-- -'.- Sd . - - ? will convey you to and from the Heights. ; 4- I x " T For further information, apply at office ot . .-, '-- -v. .-I y y - ;"- ,'! ' - . &i r"' ,"$?!$ v tl: ;,- .:? ''-C-i, . v- ' 3 rt ' i. ,- V . , i -' - TH2S fi02f OlitffiO SEFCWuTOAf?, 3HGRSDX3L, JUDY 2S, ISOO. 5 -v v - IfBjH VIk IK RaPB B hH VH HB IKB" m m Bb H H H k - W , ..--- 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 levied mm A JHH&HHA HIIHHHA HH HI AND MARVELOUS VIEW OF HONOLULU AND THE MIGHTY PACIFIC. THE ELECTRIC RAILWAY w' H ',""i; --. v. The following are a few of the many advantages together with what we have already mentioned. -A magnificent "BOULEVARD" called -- , VW , , m " Winds around the property and touches every block, leading off Kaiulani Drive are avenues ncl lanes. TUT" A nnTm is in abundance on Pacific Height...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 July 1900

IFOR r . t&WltfG7W sJl frfftFfe - J It-- I OffE il fllBV RBA1BMBBR THE AUG. 1st. "Vc art- displaying in our Window a Handsome Line of iiMIMlM ' '.rUiigton Block CKWEAR. -"'V- ON LADIES' MUSLESrUNDBBWEAB : )o huv&.ust received direct from the makers an assormonfc of - ."" Ladies' Muslin Underwear which, wo believe, in Variety of Styles, Completeness oi Assortment and General Attractiveness, has never been surpassed in Honolulu. The lino is too large to enumerate the different garments, So wo have made a display of a few of them in our Large Central Window, which will give one a partial the variety of styles wo have. " This Stock is Worthy of Inspection In ,tho same department Avill be. found Ladies and "Misses SHIRT WAISTS, Ladies Waists in Silk and Cotton White, Black and colored P- lge variety of stylos, but few of a kind. Ladies ver skirts for dress, traveling, walking or riding, of silk, wooi, linen, cotton pique, in white, black and colors There need Jo no. delay .in one...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 July 1900

-i f V 4 ' ""g nswsasjvas -,. Sii'i T5Q6 HQSOX.PLU KUTOKaCMf, TH0WDAT, JTJIiT M, XWO. '-I J luFi .fcrtirwHfc i H SHOES! SHOES!! gent: 5 r . We have just opened up a new shipment ot the very latest r in Gents " Furnishings in which we offer afcthe most reasonable prices in - the City. IMMENSF FAIRCHILD'S large stock A. E. MURPHY AMERICAN DRY GOODS Those large and carefully selected assortments of fine foot wear will be sure to suit the most particular, as they arc til first class and being sold at prices that have never been offered for like quality in this City before. These prices agTncbuftlly 0 - ' than. elsewhere, and we feel r;"" - 'if , " thcvay 'the people are taking STEEETS. L. ,B. KERR & COMPANY, Chocolate BoaBons " Name on Every Piece." FOR SALB BY L5WIS & GO,, Grocers Sole Aoents. Ill FORT ST. TEL.'2iO. Tlie IUL0 TRIBC1 W. H. SKTT3, t 5: : Editor ARCH. C. STEELE, ti Matiager Published Every Saturday, RELIABLE and NEWSY : VI- - ScncuiPTiOK Local.... $2M : Foreign. J...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 July 1900

"Jf-, v?!gS'VTr, , v"- - -I - s& V ; &r& ri. Wl THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN VOLTOIE T, NO. S8 HOSOEULTJ, H. T FRIDAY, JtJLX 27, 1900. PRICE ITVE GE5TS World Stands Aghast at the Greatest, Crime in History V CHINA DEFIES THE POWERS Prince Tuan Has Massed an Army of a Million Men. For Years the Nation Has Been Preparing for a Struggle Against Hated-"White Devils" gf the Western World. Shanghai Threatened. - T5T. PETERSBURG, July IS. A dispatch from Che Foo saj'sf Prince Tuan has moboilized 950,000 men, divided Into different corps. The northern corps has been ordered to expel foreigners from Amur. The Peking army is divided into four corps, the first of which is to operate against Moukden and occupy the roads between Peking and Shan Hai Kuan; the second is to concentrate at Tien-Tsin and the third at Peking, whence a column 40,000 strong will be sent to Wei II ai Wei and Tsin Tau, while the fourth corps will concentrate at Nankin. There are now 23,000 Japanese troops in China....

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 July 1900

i 1st 4 ;--- V ter s' ,r v-;.: liit& f TEE HDXOLUIill BUtlitJOAX FBIDAT, JUL! IT, lHtt. ! ii7n ?3te nx ftEPCBCKAS. - Monrtss Basept Moa-- H.-i Grieve i. 'aa;. Limited. .S ? 1LU - - - SPHOKES: 475 .c: ) u Post Oft at seem--! BMfL, .-! I RATBS: i? ( -' " :3u v ;.: ' , M?H 49J - 3o . Mail or Carrier. 2S5 ".. 3 ' iJi.T, JULYS'. ISO- CIU1 TATIOJ 3 FBOBLEM. .,-. 1 c:d to is . th x'oc of CbrtK aad the ' there has bea r rdc the strut n . 1 - ioa' the moaitroriss to v r to t . r haw been mttfecbed "-a " in Ks wont nad most ua . .-! r bn the portion vi i a'. European in tbe T H - nineteenth eeetury U& , - a confronted by bar- j'm. t -a te Orient. China has saat t! - '"T brr mask and ha . ausfelr if cf barbarity at which . ttfie w. aghast. ; EtHi b ii.lUd powers of chc - si, da credited e the nation eaectat - to the CMatase a. bar J. a attacked in taeir own .aiJocs, t Aried by ariillfiry ind ' 'it-whelmed ' forrc of numbers until ry man, wt an and child la tbe le icn peHmbt i Tot is al...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 July 1900

I I I -J AILEY'S IKE 'ITS TELEPHONE 398 P. 0. BOX 441 M BUTT W 0iT RUBBER GOODS. TJwwforv we sbaK soil Morgan A: Wright' Hack Tires at American prices C Jojteirs. pat !r hf experienced workmen and gruaranteed. ycv outfits with ebanbeid pat on and painted ready for ase. f h,ch, per et of lour whol3 - .- 40 CO I imU, ir t of four wheals 45 CJ Hindi, y r !?t of four wheeb 55 00 J J ihch, et of four wheeL 05 CO p?csctof four wheels 75 CO REPLACING WORN-OUT RUBBER. Per 3t of 4 wheals. inch MO0 -8300 ljlK. 41 00 ltintik 4SC0 JiJnoh 58 CO sHr 1900 2 front do. 2 rear do ."S 17 CO ...3 19 CO - . . 21 CO .... 23 CO v - 23 CO ... 25 CO 2G CO . . . . 23 CO SI 00 33 CO MODELS BICYCLES ON BICYCLES. PRICES- $50 00 40 00 30 00 60 00 75 00 STEARNS NO DUTY NOW CASH -Stearns Special : Models A : : Stearns Tourist : : Stearns Cushion Frame Stearns Chainless, 1900" HEADQUARTERS FOR MILWAUKEE PATENT PUNCTURE PROOF TfRES AT BAILEY'S HONOLULU CYCLERY COMPANY, Ltd, 228 and 231 King Street. j&ntgi . F .....

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 July 1900

K m r & i aihiarJA Scaled Tenders ,KnLtMceiresl at tbe office of tbe undemirued. till 12 o'clock noon. Monday. July 30. II O. for the construction of a tnn and lMe buildincs for th Territory Stables Co, Ltd. Hans and specifications at the office of Howard A Train, Prepress Block. Tbe undersigned doe not bind himself to accent the lowest or any bid. G.SCHUMAN, Treasurer Territory Stables Go, Ltd. J. ALFP.ED.MAGOON, Attorney t Law, 4tamoved, to IMagoon Building, corner Al&kaa and 3Ierchant Streets Dp sink, Suited 1-2-8 4. . wp: SUMNER'S ISLAND I'lWaOI. P.O. Box 262, Honolulu! PACIFIC TRANSFER, CO. 227 King St., Next to Bailey's Cyclery. EX PRESS WAGONS, DRAYS, LUM- ilEtt WAGONS and DUMP CARTS, ALWAYS ON HAND. 'TRUNKS, FUBN1TURE a.vd SAFES CAREFULLY HANDLED. Tblemionk, 398 J&m$ttmi&tm'Bam REMOVAL. REMOVAL. LUHGH ROOMS. IT. J. NOLTE : : Fort Strwi, Opp. !,: 37-lm Ji Estate, Ltd, KeajsSTed to Magoon Building, corner Iatalwutaad AlukeaStreets, up stairs. 37-lm - PORDY &...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 July 1900

" M!!l5WWWikf'Tr rfem&st&aiiSijMiiSftjgapt 3f i i I jf I I I I I 2 2 I 2? f c n Ji XMIM it mnn.' O to Chamber Suits c y if vsasr t m,i3geim3'K' J?rs;s8 , wy . 3 " . XHS HQJSOIjTjIiTJ HfiFUHLIGiS, PRIMDH 1133 ST, Ifiaa f ur ;raR3mjEiR3Sx?!!aijsi?2r Merest . the Honsekeeper. We have jiM received a new importation of Fauev Groeeries. Cast your eye over this list: CHEESE Fressge tfe Iris, Frcisp is SsrgHzsJa, IlilUa Pansise, Hollas! er Efoas, Pineapple Galiforafe Fail Grssa, IiperisI, McUteb's, LtabBrger, Etc., Etc. Cfctckes Loaf (a dainty dish), real Loaf, Gsttage Leaf, Ian Loaf, Frank Sraiworst Zmm. Mstwnrst Saesa. GgiHiBs Ham Sansage 'by tfee psnad, Scotch Herriogis Tqsi Sasce, I Snails i&ESGiss French), Erimsly floaters, Etc., Etc. J SALTER & WAITY, Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. pt KaEaR&fsjjoiEapaBapafsi The Porter Furniture Co, BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Furniture and Upholstery n Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables ' Side Boards Divans China ...

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. — 27 July 1900

p V' " - - -. GHB5R SSPT3 B 99 ' "-- "iS!' ."" '-3 r.' J T"" "' irv .-. ? SiE HOXDEEIiTr SJSEBMjXDAS, fBlDAf i It&T 37, 1& ? rmnm vfttfPi CWPf i inr Jft B HBJ B HHBH B B HHR B SHHMHi H mmmmmmW BIBB B 1 m k w B 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! & HI J BHapBV 31 1Mmr 2BSaP3 HH KH BB BB1 bKBB BB! BBBmBtT AND MARVELOUS VIEW OF HONOLULU AND THE MIGHTY PACIFIC. The following are a few of the many advantages together with what we have already mentioned1..: : f A magniflG.ent "BOULEVARD" called m " KAIUL ANI DRIVE ?? THE ELECTRIC RAILWAY JJr further information, apply at office of ?. V .?vfeC V A? (- W5 55? 5-. ' J: . .4- -.: Winds around the property and touches every block, leading off Kaiulani Drive are avenues arid lanes. WATER is in abundance on Pacific Heights. Our water supply gushes from a Mountain Spring eight hundred feet above the level of the city. This watei ha...

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. — 27 July 1900

BBsw rasi t . "C ' 3$X c J IKE H03TOLT3LTT EEFOBLICAX 2TBIDAX, SHItT if, 1800, - i - ft J& ' I p mmmwm FOR ONE ' liirtnn .Sr wlut'li. wc believe, in .- 7WUNGTUN $Jfy0 BLOOC. y -? 0L sinf B.Jp; pEiS 8 :' K- -. ZESeg"ULla.r LADIES HO, n AH Sizes, Solid or Drop Stitch, jj REMEMBER THE DATE-UNTIL AUG. St.g nn siisitliiMTijr iu our AVindow a HantLsomc Line of I NECKWEAR. I llMiimniiimitm.mmimmmi imimmmmmmnmiliimmiimmmM, niiumyiiimumiuuMuiiimMiinuiiuuiiuiHuuuuuujmuuuiiLuiu 'TRIMMED - At ,:. ik(Reduced Prices WEEK ONLY. niSS R E. KILLEIN, iJLEflDIKQ niLLIfiER. HOTEL STREET LADIES' MUSLIW'UNDERWEAR iX - ' "- if V- kg cflL rocoived e diroetefroiri the makers an Ladies? Muslin Underwear ITariety of Styles, Completeness ol Assortment and General Attractiveness, . lias never been surpassed in. Honolulu. "- Tho Ifjio is loo large to enumerate the different gar- meats, so we have made a display of a few of them iir our Large Central Window, ;. liuli "wii1 "Jvc 0110 a partial idea of what they...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 27 July 1900

i &&- ."'? ?" Wi CANDIDATES ARE NOTIFIED. APPROVAL OFMcKINLEY'S POINTED UTTERANCES. 'atftra to Prosporitylat Home and Pies- ,. - Ubo Abroad Parkor " Speaks. Cnuton. Ohio, July 12. William was today olllclally notified of bis scoml uomiuation by the an lmrty for the highest office in the gift of the Republic. There was anil to spare.and to many of the pointed utterances of both Senator Lodge and the President, hearty and cordial appronl was shown. important features of Uio speech of natilioatiou by Senator Lodge and the it spouse by President McKInley were tle references to the Chinese situation. 1 his caused a great deal of discussion fi iriug the conferences following the f ritMil speech making, and the crontod was Unit these utterances were notification to the world that ' the United States intended to preserve nil its rights In China. The most parts of the President's speech were his reference to the maintenance of the gold standard and the financial rublic faith; the pre...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 28 July 1900

Vs ' - v '" - GxC cr A& & & & X m X, iX' jc f e i . " if V $. ' THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. X A VOLUJIE I, NO. 39 HONOIULTJ, H. T., bATUBDAT, JULY 23, 1300, PRICE FIVE CESTS JOL trove is Aroused to Action at Last ALL CRY FOR No Doubt That the Chinese Ordered Massacre. Caut. McCalla's Brilliant Through a Guard Legation, They ' Foreigners to CTW YORK, July 17. says: II was not until to-day wmtli of the Millions against the barbarous Orientals was realised and understood. Never has -such a mighty cry for retribution swept over the earth. Nothing adequate to quench the luirsjr revenge has been suggested, and the Jeeling of impotence is beginning to exasperate Europe. In the face of this situation it is not surprising that the powers are unable to agree as yet on anything beyong the capture of Peking in a compaign as ruthless and as deadly as mordorn engines of war can make it. Uncertainty as to future plans implies no disagreement On this subject I am glad to make an announ...

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