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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 5 August 1900

T '1 ij & z SOME MORE TOCHERS minuT. Nearly All tlie Positions Now Satisfactorily Filled. THE NIGHT SCHOOL TEACHERS. DIFFICULTX EXPZSTiarCZD IX GETTING A TEACHER TOE ISLAND OF XHHATT. J. K. Burkott, of Kauai, Appointed Traveling: Normal Instructor The Trouoles at Zona Cost of Lights. The Board of Education disposed of considerable business of Importance it yesterday's meeting. The organization rf the faculty of the night schools was announced, numerous appointments and transfers were made; J. K. formerly teacher of the school at Kaloa, Kauai, was appointed traveling normal Instructor, vice Gibson, vho has been elected principal of one of the Honolulu schools; the Royal School building has been ordered sold, and other business was transacted. Superintendent Atkinson first read the report of the Teachers' Committee, showing the following recommendations for the appointment of teachers. Waibec H. II. Coke and Mrs. H. M. Coke, transferred from Makaweli. Makawell Mrs. J. H. Godfrey a...

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. — 5 August 1900

8 "'" " - - - Sim$Mr1' .--T-- e Z J. v . t i " ; t v -v A . ': ; : &?!UNG7VNmlto 8L0CX dtiLctccCouM I Our Latest silk sirarr waists. I SHIRT WAISTS, IWASIISKIETS. r I ODIMRTOaR. Importation. jLktJtJ JOl f NGMOPEN Get a First View before the g E Assortment is Broken. I ' Ti PUTSCH if co. 1 IMIIIIIIIIIimilHIUillllllllllHIIIIIJIIIIllllllllllUIIIIIHIilllUUilliU PARIS MODEL HATS mis s.T. LEADING .rl'inrton Block - ;...;M.j...;..j...; To Tliose in Quest of ft RUG... ffo Intending Purchasers ot Rugs we would state that just before the change in tarifTwe received a'large and varied assortment of Japanese Ru -! "-'"Tf " "ft " ii5 T -" jfel.jgsaBTrtTiyT ff 3wiBewvsa!! &&&&, sftjky? THE HOSOt,fmtJ BEFDBMeAJI. aCSftUt, AUGUST 5, 1900. Not ver many all told, but quite an artistocratic collection, each one oi which vill add distinguished to the toilette of which it becomes a part. All are from FAMOUS MODISTES the SHAPES- the MATERIALS, the STYLES are of the HIGHEST CHARACTER, ...

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. — 5 August 1900

JLiB Two Fighting: Kativea. Last evening about 7il5, jest before tie parsde started downNuuanu street, ' tnonstives, Meahali ad Joe Piko, j became tangled up vith each other. HoVtbe trouble btftn is wakmmn bat K lm v tbx aonouDur sbuhuoi, bukdai, Acorsx 5, ikx. SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! GENTLEMEN, ATTENTCQXi f f ' We have just opened up a new shipment of the very latest stjl in Gents'Tumisliings in which we ofierat.theinosk reasonable pricta it j j i THREE IMMENSF STOCKS the Ciiv. n DA I A IV I A O worfch 200' alul tV FAIRCHILD'S large stock I A U A IV I AA ? responding reasonable pne Iv finer srades. i A. E. MURPHY & CO.'S .n. STOok 3 v . i AMERICAN DRY GOODS IN THE SHOE STORE OF Come Early, as All Must Go! i Fifteen Hundred Dollar's "Worth Exchanged for American Stamps. "Up to date the "United States this place has redeemed postage stamps to the value of 1500. The stamps werenot redeemed in casht bat exchanged for American stamps. This, of course, means a total loss to postoflice d...

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. — 7 August 1900

- HONOLULU'S - st FIRST GRIND IMPANELED Charged to Investigate Matters That Have to Do With the Good Name and Well Being of the City. lies'" "I charge you, gentleman of the grand jury, to fully investigate the conditions under which Japanese houses of prostitution are maintained in the district of hvilei, and I charge you further to inquire as to whether or not any police officers are paid their salaries or are receiving any compensation of any sort from inmates of those houses or from the landlords of the buildings which they occupy. "It has come to the information of this court, and I charge you to make diligent inquiry into the fact, that police officers in Honolulu are in the habit of making raids upon Chinese gambling houses, of seizing the money which may be in sight under the pretense of using it as evidence against those arrested, but in fact appropriating such money to their own use. 'It has come to the information of this court, and I charge you to make diligent inquiry.in...

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. — 7 August 1900

llfT' r -L THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Plfihcd Every Morning Except Monday fcy the RobL Grieve Company. Limited. sdwin S. GILL, EDITOR. TELEPHONES: Suluess OSee. ........ Bfiltorial Hoosie 123 Entered at the Post OSce at H. L, as second-class xn&IL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Month, by Carrier 5 75 One Year, by Mall SOO ii Months, by Mail 4 00 Three Months, by JIail or Carrier. 2 25 HONOLULU, H. T. AUGUST 7, 1900. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Utatmam Trro jnunre TJ Jrr-. Mmsimvm T 4epres. KnlBtell lcwht Dew tMnt Ui Day . UaBitlTe HiwMltr -. roBcx.r Fo TOBAT. 7wulHr rlonrjjr, mJ bur "wit ohnacor rate. If yoo have Oahu stock you can lose Mining by holding it. Ten cent cotton was touched under a Republican administration that opened the mills. A Republican surplus of $81,229,776 In time of war is better than a Democratic deficit of Jl-10,702,915 in time of peace. The first grand jury wasted no time yesterday in getting to work, returning IU first indictment before adjourning lor the day. Receipts o...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 August 1900

u. I y ABLET'S IKE ITS TELEPHONE 39S P. O. BOX 441 STEARNS BICYCLES FIRST CLASS AT SAX FKAXCISCO PPJCES. 50 er?t ar?d FJepnerjtatiue of ti?e. Qompapy ii? flaiuaiiar? Islands. Morae & Wright DistributorHack Tire. Resteer Goods, Psieiainnatlc Tires Asid Representative Her t Ve BAILEY'S HONOLULU CYCLERY COMPANY, Ltd, 227, 229, 231 King Street. GRIMWOOD, RICHARDSON & CO. CIVIL, Office, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, AND CONTRA CTORS. AGENTS FOR PARKE & LACY CO., PELTON WATER WHEEL CO., D. N. COOK BELTING CO. WUITTIER, COBURN CO. Lubricating Oils, Grease and Paints. BYRON JACKSON MACHINE WORKS, Whirlpool Centrifugal Pumps. CALIFORNIA ANTI-CALORIC CO. Anti-Caloric Pipe and Boiler Plaster. Anti-Caloric Boiler Blocks, Anti-Caloric Covering. PACIFIC AMMONIA & CHEMICAL CO. .1UDSON DYNAMITE & POWDER CO. MEESE & GOTTFRIED CO. LINDE ICE MACHINE. Telephone 613. P.. 0. JtiDD Box 450 BUILDIN'C NEW SUMMER GOODS. An Elegant Line of Ties, Shirts. Pajamas, Silk and Crepes, Ki...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 August 1900

iRBaKsRaaijRiBafttjaiiJ 3taEE55KastPiKiP3faPs Wm.G. Irwin & Co LIMITED Offer. for Sale: JIEHXED SUGARS. Cube and Granulated. PARAFIXE PALM COS Paints, Compounds and Building Papers. PALXT OILS. Lncol Raw and Boiled. Linseed Raw'aud Boiled. 3XDITJXE, Water-proof cold-water JPaint, inside and outside; in -white and colors. .'- rERTIL.EZ'EES s Alex. Cr6ts It. Scotcn : Sonh ffrtili7fT,c f1nniw1 - .-- uuuiiivu w an- Pickne and coffee. fUblandt k Co.'s chemical Fertil- :ers and finely ground Bonemeal. STEAM PIPE COVERING. Bowl's imtent elastic sectional pipe Covering. PILTEPu PRESSICLOTHS. Linen and Jute CE3IEH. MIE ORICKS Agents Fop "WESTERN SUGAR REFINING CO. San Francisco, Cal ' BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Philadelphia, Peuu, U. S. A. NEWELL UNIVERSAL 3ITLL CO. CM ail f. "National Oauo Shredder' New York, D. S. A. OHLANDT & CO. San Francisco, Cal. BISDON IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. San Francisco, Cal.. ?M R R P P4 R JUL 5H !Q H -a g Palolo Land and Improvement Co., Ltd. KOOM 8, MO...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 August 1900

V -V P3RsBaaRiRaP3R5RsR3jEisajBi5iaBajsamsiisijB5 ''w"t liMPfl ft Rutfor ii & && JffZ -; ? $ 2 '" 2 ,TNfc. J) JJl jaa. . li 3 3 I g m I 1 JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER LOT OF 1. X, L, S 5 Tamales at 10 Gents, Imported Kara Sansagss at 25 Geats, 2 Fresn Crackers, Candies, Etc.. Etc. m 2 SALTER . 5 l ei. oou. uppneum The Porter Furniture Go. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables Side Boards Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories onetipg fjew Wo have just received direct trom the manufacturers, a shipment of these uhir vehicles, EQUIPPED WITH. THE O'BRIEN PATENT SPUING. They are 4 uilt on honor, built to wear, balanced to the equopoise of successful nicety on i he EASIEST BIDING SPRINGS EVER TNVENTED. Are fitted with DUST iROOF LONG DISTANCE AXLES, STEEL or UUBBER TIRES, and "OANOPV or FALLING TOP as desired. A closo inspection of each vehicle :iows expert workmanship, the use...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 August 1900

? F z -," ..Nu FIRST GRAND jury mm lOon'inued From First Page. in any case. nolle prosequi to cater a be ezerdsed in bl this powr ibottld nd blaze of onto mrt la t gte Lerecv of tae grand Jnry room. If .n SJ Le r, find WU of indictment, it will be U.e dntr of , Attorney General to PP "HJif2 .. v.i will hear tae witness for the prosecution, and If, in yonr judgment, tae eTiaeuc. --- ---nesses, unexplained and nnconlra warrant a conviction by rne it will be vocr duty to Sad petit Jttrv. STIndlciment. I am unmindfal has said that it is the duty of the srand inrr to hare any evidence produced which would qualify or explain my investigation. 1 do the charge under not believe that to be the true rule, nor was it the common law practice. Such a rule If followed would necessarily result in converting what is designed to be a mere preliminary la-quest into a body possessing the powe. of ultimate decision. A system line that would be Intolerable. The very secrecy in which you act. withdrawn a...

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

v -3 -: m f' W pur t WLNGTONi mj m m mi m rm mm. Vd La test SILK SHIRT WAISTS. SHIRT WAISTS. WASH SKIRTS. UXDEARWEAR. f NOW OPEN Get a First View before the 3 EE Assortment is Broken. g I n. PIH3CH if c. iiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiHiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiuuiuiimmiuI PARIS MODEL HATS - ". " w. t" fc - A " i-VJ cr vniALtf,.vrtV CiiM . K - Tiss I. LEADING Ar'iiiton Block 7f 7. 7;fMHWara iii y$.M.$.ttWttt' To ThosJ in Quest of ftFU)G... ' T intending Purchasers of Rugs we would state that just before the change in tarill'we received a largc and varied assortment of I Japanese Rugs v -J. -V - By purchasing these' Rugs before the change, a saving of about fifty (5Q) per cent, was effected, which our customers are to profit by, as we do nob intend, at present, to increase the price but will sell them, while they last,atthe old figure Under these conditions, "a buyer horr can now purchase these Rugs for much less than they are sold for' on the mainland. .. .'. We have ma...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 August 1900

IfiB DOLE'S NAME STRICKEN FROM COURT CALENDAR. Judpo Humphreys Holds That Attorney General Should not Appear for Defense. Tho wuno of Attorney -General E. P. Dole was ordered stricken from the Circuit court calendar yesterday, as counsel for tho defense- in the damage suit of Knupcua Kaimaun against I. II. Kain:miui. Judge Humphreys ruled that tho attorney-general, while olllce, has no right to appear as oouusol in any civil case. Tho defendant iu the case is a policemau, and tho action is one prowinK out of an arrest for knluuiatsiu. Kuuonn was aliened by Kamauuu to have been practicing anaua. hoopiopio, or hoomanamaua, or bomethiug of the iiuri, and he had her brought before tho court at Kohala. Before the case was trieil a nolle prosse was entered, uvidunce being detuned iusullicieut aud the defendant brought suit against Kiuuaunu for damages for false imprisonment. She obtained a verdict for $2000 and the defendant appealed for, a new trial, on the ground that the vurdict was ex...

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. — 8 August 1900

fc MS- I Br 1 n 1 1 H w r " "'S " ' W 1 . w ' -"-- , -W (V . JT .?wslfo v-V THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOLTOrE I, XO. 48 HONOLULU H. TL, WxJNEDAT, ALGUar 8, 390O. PRICE FIVE GENTS HUMPHREYS JD E CLEANS THE DOCKET. . Meaningless Cases Are Taken From the Calendar. DOZERS OF CASES DISMISSED. ALL OLD BOARD OF HEALTH CA3ES ABE UNCEREMONIOUSLY CAST OUT. The Civil Calendar to Be Called on Friday Two New Divorce Suits Filed Other Matters. Judge Humphreys, first Judge of the First Circuit, had a field day yesterday H taok long strides towards clearing the calendar and enabling the courts to start with fairly clean dockets. Many civil cases were dismissed, the attorneys had failed To j..t in an appearance. Trnpnrays righteously held that if the cases were not of sufficient importance to enlist the interest of the attorneys they ought not to be allowed to encumber the calendars. Yamaoka vs. Whitehouse & Wilson WS6 stricken from the roll. N. Souza vs. M. G. Sunioes was dismissed. C. J. Fishel...

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. — 8 August 1900

If -&- ,.. -. -- & "J ir i THE TKXK&VtJO SEPOBtJOAlT TOMTPSDA.T, jWXWSft 8. ISOfll it w THE HOXOIXLU REPUBLICAN PulOIsaed Every Morning Except Men osy by the Robt. Grieve Publishing Company, EDWINS.GILL. - - EDITOR TELEPHONES: business Office 4? Editorial Booms 12 Entered at the Post OSce at Hoao ssln, H. L, as second-class maiL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Trcr Month, by Carrier J 7 One Year, by Mall SO ix Months, by Mail 4 0 Three Months, by Mail or Carrier. 2 2 HONOLULU. H.T. AUGUST S, 1S00. WEATHER YESTERDAT. Xoan Temeraiur Sl.Sftecnwc .Mlniamm TapraUire 7! degrw. Maximum Teairatire 5 &"sni. K. Datatali Ot lacfeM. Ma rw p4nt !trtli Drt ;. )Inii Eetetn IlHmMttr ni. FORECAST rOB TODAY. YTeAtiwr culf , nd fcaxr -with stroo? tush lemperatsrv. HEW TO THE LINE. The statement of H. N. Almy, proprietor of the Waikiki Inn, as to hit agreement with the police department in regard to open violation or the law in selling liquors on Sundays reveals a most remarkable state of affairs. ...

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. — 8 August 1900

THE HONOLULU HEPGBL1CA5. Pulilshed Every Morning Except Men tay by the Robt. Grieve Publishing Company, Limited, EDV.1XS.GILL, - - - - EDITOE TELEPHONES: Easiness Office 47 Siditorlal Rooob 12 Entered at the Pest Office at Hono Isln, H. L, as second-class inaiL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Per Month, by Carrier f T One Year, by Hail SO Ix Months, by Mail 4 0 Three Months, by Mail or Carrier. 2 2 HONOLULU. H. T. AUGUST S, 1S00. "WEATHER YESTERDAY. Uftaa Ttmfvtatare 81.3 decree. Minimum TftajxraiMre decree. Maximum Temiraturt w ilpre!. Halarali 0! Inches. Hmui Ier Pftot fr th Dar ?. Mmh Btettre HcimVUtr . TOZTCJlST TOU TODAT. Waber cloudy, und baxr with etrong trad asd high temperatare. HEW TO THE LINE. The statement or H. N. Almy, proprietor of the "Walklki Inn, as to his agreement with the police department in regard to open violation of the law in selling liquors on Sundays reveals a most remarkable state of affairs. The Republican has on numerous occasions called attention to the favoritis...

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. — 8 August 1900

b. sT 1 v v Office, . ...t28V - 'v r s "-,&' .K? s 1" "- af H ? vr . Jk 1 . e ' .c THE SOSOLVLT REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, 190O. 4-44-'4- BAILEY'S Telephona 398 P. 0. Box 441 teams bicycle FIRST GLASS AT SAX FRANGTSCO PBICES. aOWAUKEE PUNCTURE PROOF TIRE, Bailey's Honolulu Cyolery Company, Limited. 227. 229, 231 KING STREET. PARKE AGENTS & LACY CO., FOR - - Benson, Smith & Co,, ltd. SHIPMENT OP GOLF and STANDARD SHIRTS fc I JUST OPENED, IWAKAMI'S, - ROBINSON BLOCK, Hotel Street . Has The Honolulu Tobacco Co., Lt(j., CORXER FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS, received per Australia from NEW YORK the world renowned brand of Cigars. Xiilllaii ISussell JPuritanos THis elegant CIGAR can be purchased for Ftve. Cents Only. : T&YTIJEM" ' XOE BETTER Sole Agent and Representative of the Company in J Hawaiian Islands. MorgauWrigbt ; Distributor Hack Tires, Rubber Goods, Pneumatic Tires . . -" AndTRepresentative Here. FiORICTCS. ' GRIMW00D, RICHARDSON & CO. CIVIL, MECHANICAL, E...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 August 1900

-; " " J -J" j.. - ,- . " v. vr WiUiT &; TS -1 . j f THE HOSOLLJLt: iil'EELHl&5, tTzSSESDAS, ArOtSfT 8, 1SG0. Effi-- b " " 1 - -n.- . . ; We G.Irwin &Co LIMITED Offer for Sale: HEFKED SUGARS. Cube and Granulated. PAIiAFIXE PALNT C0.:S Palate, Compounds aad Building Paper. j PALNT OILS. Lucol llaw and Boiled. Linseed Raw and Boiled. " IXDURDJE, " Water-proof cold-water Paint, inside and outside; in white and colors. FERTILIZEES Alex. Cross fc Sons high-grade Scotch fertilizers, adapted for so Kar cane and coffee. X. Ohlandt k Co.'s chemical Fertil izere and finely ground BoneracaL 153 STEA3I PIPE COVERING, BeedV patent elastic sectional pipe Covering. FILTER, PBESSICLOTHS, Linen and Jute. CEMENT. LIMES-BRICKS Agents For WESTERN SUGAP.REFINLXG CO, San Francisco, Cal BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Philadelphia, Penti., U. S. A. NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO. (Mauf. "National Caue Shredder") New York, U. S. A. OHLANDT & CO., San Francisco, Cal. HISDOX IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. Sa...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 August 1900

yr- pa w r R5 lis ja aa 2 - OUllUl Z i. J JUST RI-s.. TaaaUs at to L oyds, pa J je& pa ?s fa SB P Si Jfia s vhD ANOTHER LOT OF 1. X. L. Gents, Impcrted Ham Saisiges Frssh Crackers, Candies, Ets.. Etc 5 Jl TER TiljMT3 fit Tel. 680. Orpheum The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND R H K I Chamber Suits ; ; . Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables ' Side Boards Oivans ' China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories honrfinq (Jew at 25 Gents, i & WAITY -3 tf v- Block. Grocers. ' : j DEALERS IX Upholstery in Runafiniits, manufacturers, a shipment of the&e po O'BHIEX PATENT SPUING. They an to the equopoise of successful nicety oi INVENTED. Are fitted with DUtil STEEL or 11UBBER TIRES, and A close inspection of each vehick the best materials, and a finish that can vehicle do not fail to see these. & SUPPLY CO. LTD. " - Next to the Fire Station. & P.n.. ww.. Ltd. . FAGTORS.. OF MERCHANDISE. MERCHANTS. FOR Steamship Line. Marine Insurance Co.j an...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 August 1900

PRAISE FOR HAWAII MHOR. Annexation Has Greatly Benefited- These Islands. COMMENDATION FOR MISSIONARIES. THE QUESTION OF ISEPOBTHfC BLACK LABOR IS GENTLT JJISCTJSSED. Great Scenic Wonders of the Islant of 2Iaui 2fo Hope for Democrats Here 2Ir. JHchols' ParewelL S. W. Nichols, editor of the Jacl sonville (111.) Journal, who has been visiting In Hawaii for five weeks pact being about to leave for his old home submitted to an interview with The Republican, giving his impressions ot the Islands and the probabilities ol their future growth and development "Of course a sojourn of five weekt doesn't enable one to know everything regarding the Islands, but I have endeavored to observe closely and stud the conditions which I have met," sale Mr. Nichols. "In the first place, annexation has doubtless been an untold blessing. Tru ly the lines have fallen in pleasan' places for the Islands, and as a part ui the United States they have a goodlj heritage. I can easily see how the natives can wish t...

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

T- . --- "iW. "W . p. "" sa"&mQM&w r. OjMBygi THE HOSOLT7LT7 BEPUBUCAK NEJOXESDAT ATTEST Q, I90Q. J ff! 3 frTonOrNVO miNGTONi IOuf Latest SILK SKIRT WAISTS. SHIRT. WAISTS. WASH SKIRTS. ODEAHWEAR. m Get Assortment is Broken. iMllillllllllllllllllllllHllllumillHlllllllilllllllllllUlllllliyilUllllUllUllllllUIMUia PARIS MODEL HATS VU J m k .- . W - ir;, ess? -H . t;rc s A A V . vr rsv . tsk V ..TV--- T I 1 - V k tv .1 . .r . . - - s.:.i,Rv.-i miss I. LEADING riiugton Block t X-X---M To Those in of A RUG... mMv ml wfM0mrfJ mmwmw& .0WJ. CT' Importation. 1 Muk ffmrnm a First View before the c. i Not very many all told, bui quite an artistocratic collection, each one of which wiL add distinguished beauty to the toilett'j of which it becomes a part. All are from FAMOUS MODISTES the SHAPES, the MATERIALS, the STYLES are of the I1IGIIEST CHARACTER, COSTLY, as all SPECIAL and EXCLUSIVE BEAUTY MUST BE. But now this k changed. We have placed oui entire stock of IMPORTED HATS at prices...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 8 August 1900

sr - - 'V" y t '- TTHJyWDAT jt99I lMfc . . ,7- -a .-. ; l -" " ' -' - " I ! IF! . i - SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! GENTLEMEN, . WW a r1 1 I J! .1..1 A 1 K we nave just opened np a new snipment or tne very laiesis sfcviea I "- tr in. Gents' Furnishings in which we offer at the most reasouabla prices in THREE IMMENSF STOCKS the Citv. , .- if D A I A IWI A O $1.50, worth $2.00, and. at cor FAIRCHILD'S large stock ,. ; ; respondingly reasonable prices for finer grades. A. E. MURPHY & CO.S Ene stock AMERICAN DRY GOO flli Sv IB Jiffs flAi IBF Hl A flBl & fe -These large and gearefully selected assortments of fine foot wear will be sure to suit the most particular, as they are all firsf class and being sold at prices'that have never been offered for like quality in this City before. These prices are actually Xrr , 50 Per Cent LESS than elsewhere, and we feel convinced that it will not be much longer that we can offer such attractions, judging from the way the people are taking them home. ,...

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