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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 11 August 1900

rv - "? WV 'v .p 5"" ,K,-, i - t V f T 4? - " r fSi Jtooitnwj mtcbugajt, lirfspu ltarafi it, nor. a. I rF7 Byfter I I- , r " - - JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER LOT OF I. X. L. j Tamales at 10 Cents, Imported Mil Susigis it 25 Guts, ? Fresh Crackers, Cadies, Etc.. Etc. ' bAL I Tel. 680. Orpheum The Porter Furniture Co. 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 longing Jew Wo havo just received direct from tho manufacturers, a shipment of these ular vehicles, EQUIPPED WITH THE O'BRIEN PATENT SPRING. They are uilt on honor, built to wear, balanced to the equopoise of successful nicety on t ho EASIEST RIDING SPRINGS EVER INVENTED. Are fitted with DUST J'ROOF LONG DISTANCE AXLES, STEEL or RUBBER TIRES, and 1JANOPY or FALLING TOP as desired. A close inspection of each vehicle sho6 expert workmanship, the use of the best materials, and a finish th...

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. — 11 August 1900

.A- ' ?X. SSfc ... v.y -. MR K, -3. C"3 V 'F UPON WILLIAM IS NEWEL AN EXTSAORDI2JAS.Y SEBXOK ABOASD HIS YACHT HOHENZOLI.E&2f. Declares That God's Command to Go Out and Fight With Amelek is Again Heard. " LONDON, August 2. The Berlin correspondent of the Daily Chronicle, who reports Emperor William's extraordinary of ilondayon board the Hohenzollern, says that some of the most Etriking sentences attributed to the Kaiser are the following: Once again bag the heathen spirit of the Amalekites been raised in distant Asia, with great power and much cunning. With destruction and murder It will dispute the way to European trade and European culture. It will dispute the victorious march of Christian cnstoms and Christian faith. And again is heard God's command, 'Choose ns out men and go out to fight with Amalek.' "A hot and sanguinary struggle has begun. Already a number of brethren are over there under tire. Many more are traveling along hostile coasts. You have seen them, the thousands...

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. — 11 August 1900

ftlEW GOODS?! E We are just in receipt o a handsome line of M SIUs Petticoats - H MUlUilll - " i"l - 5" t tfVi -.v sv vrs & ,MA ,, ?" V Itf , THE HONOLULU BEPDBL10AM SATCRlM., AUGC3IH, .lQQ.j 4 TV'ss I. . Arlington Block 5 5 : I J- t t - 4- . SH J Sil3s "77"a,Ists, Newest of New Goods. Ft ERflSOI lUIUUMUUU Under 3-these conditions, a hrrn can now purchase these for much less than they are sold for on the mainland We have made a display of these,. -Very Hancrlome RuggV in our large, central where their designs and harmonious, coloring? is " sure to attract attention C(D. 1 UillHillllllllilll PARIS MODEL HATS (r0 Si-V NKj'' Not very many all told, but quite an artistocratie collection, each one of which will add distinguished beauty 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, COSTLY, as all SPECIAL and EXCLUSIVE BEAUTY MUST BE. But now this is changed. We have placed our entire stock o...

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. — 11 August 1900

- , sw ' j - - v f 7 ! m tOMtow larWtouiii, uirtou ADOttt n, mm. SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! GENTLEMEST, ATTENTION! We have just opened up a nevr shipment of the very latest styles in Gents' Furnishings in which we offer at the most reasonable prices in THREE IMMENSF STOCKS . the Citv. 7 FAIRCHILD'S large stock D A I I jfA O $1-50, worth $2.0tVand at prices ior A. E. MURPHY & CO.'S Ent,re stock I finer grades. AMERICAN DRY GOODS JAPAN GOULD SEHLE CHINESE MUDDLE. Jealousy of Russia is All That Prevonts Her Says General Wilson. "Japan has the necessary power cloe to the scene of action. Japan could settle the Chinese muddle inside of a fortnight were she allowed liberty to act. Jealousies between the powers stay her hand. Russia will not consent to giviiig the mandate to her rival." Such Is the military opinion of J.H. Wilson, United States Volunteers, who passed through Honolulu Wednesday on his way to China, where he will be second in command under General Chaffee of the forces of the ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 August 1900

r Is. . -te - micu - $mj ssocik il2n THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. VOI UMK I. XO. 32 HONOLULU, H. T., liNDAY, AUGUST 32, 1900, PRICE FIVE CENTS WW ON ii "v iy? - v ' FRANCISCO. jtfvnsi Sending' of Troops to China Makes the City Lively. ANNIVERSARY OF ADMISSION DAY. GOVERNOR DOLE INVITED to SEND REPRESENTATIVES FOR PARADE. Sugar Companies Are So Very Transports Going' Direct to China Interesting News for Hawaii. (SMS OKTftfrfvMMkttim ot The Ilnpubltcan San Francisco. August 3d, 1900. For many years there have not been bo few people in this city as there are at present, and still, paradoxical as It may seem, times have seldom been livelier. During the summer months the country always draws heavy on the city's population, for both he who seeks the rural districts for rest, sport or enjoyment, and he who toils in the fields, orchards or vineyards, is -away from the metropolis at' this time. This year, however, new conditions have given this annual exodus more-impetus than ordinary. In the fi...

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. — 12 August 1900

k N i .- $h - ). J j ' . ,' v J w. r. lul KLn. Hi S. GIEL. - ntte (jiff- . deserve? onafog Excvt frl Oriere &. 12 1 3B TELEPHONES: 2 si 03 ce to liiake n noise in onler to have'- the nierils of hisgi'jMs? heard by - the noise -utilize th"d ailvcrtisiui; columns of Tfie Republican. .Theyttffqril the "most "effective means in the ' " ' ' . . - - - reachinj; custoinerti. "",'" . S -. ' .! . .; -. j . . Sball. the lawyers or the judges trtil tho Courts? :: . '. Isn'f the", board 6C health growing a, ? mighty ?s .It appears to. j all the powers and c authority of -the " ' Czar. - ' A church with a roof garden .wouhV iiot'be a had idea for Honolulu for the next denomination that builds asnew ediiice here. ' "' M The paper that tells of the mews only what suits its purposes and suppresses the rest is not a newspaper at all. This -means the Tiser. . .... , Vert pf Italy was.hatchpd in this, ' try-the American Secretary of StaU' - has an iniicrntive duty , , .There is no, more relation n...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 August 1900

. "T s 4- 4- 4- . - J ! AILEY'S IKE ITS FIRST CLASS AT SAN : - TtltphMt 3S3 P. 0. Box 441 MILWAUKEE PUNCTURE PROOF TIRE, Solo Agent and Representative of the Company in Hawaiian Islands; MoFfan Distributor Hack Tires, Rubber Goods, Pneumatic EEFJLIEIN Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery 227. 229, 231 KING ' FBANCISCO PBICES. &9 Tires And Representative Here. Company, limited. STREET. RICHARDSON & CO. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, CONTRACTORS. FOR - WHJSEb uu., COOK BELTING CO. CO. Lubricating Oils, Grease MACHINE WORKS, Whirlpool CO. and Boiler Plaster.. Blocks, Covering. CHEMICAL CO. . & POWDER CO. CO. LINDE ICE MACHINE. Judd Building P. 0. Box 450 MaaKj GRIMW00D, CIVIL MECHANICAL, AND AGENTS PARKE & LACY CO., PELTON WATER H. N. WHITTIER, COBURN BYRONACKSON Centrifugal Pumps. CALIFORNIA ANTI-CALORIC Anti-Caloric Pipe Anti-Caloric Boiler Anti-Caloric PACIFIC AMMONIA & TTTDSON DYNAMITE MEESE & GOTTFRIED Office, Telephone 613. ,, .. u.M..j.vAjiat4!iii!i : ; ; W&V.tSra SHIPME...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 August 1900

'--!&&& ''jSfSJ' THE BOKOUJUJ kkpuBUCAN, SukxrAif, ATJGTteff 12, I9p(L MA- '-'- tf Wm.G.Irwin&Co LIMITED- Offer for Sale: KEFISED SUGARS: Cube and Granulated. PARAFIXE PATCT C0.:S Faints, Compounds and Building Papers. FAINT OILS. Lucol Eaw and Boiled. Linseed Raw and Boiled. IiNDURIXE. Water-proof cold-water JPaint, inside and outside; in white and colors. FERTILIZERS Alex. Cross h Sons' Scotch fertilizers, adapted for cane and coffee. N. Ohlandt & Co.'s chemical Fertil izers and finely groand BonemeaL STEAM PIPE COVERING, Reed's patent elastic sectional pipe Covering FILTER, PRESS.CLOTIIS, ' Linen and Jute. CEMENT. LIME & BRICKS Agents For WEST KKN SUGAR REFINING CO, San Francisco, Oal BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Philadelphia, Peun., U. S. A. NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO. (Manf. "National Cane Shredder") New York. U. S. A. .OIILANDT&CO., San Francisco, Cal RISDON IKON AND LOCOMOTI'E WORKS. Sail Francisco, Call Palolo Land and Improvement Co., Ltd. BOOM 8, MOD...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 August 1900

JjjkSfr Good! t mi t m - saw aw ami aaraaaaaaaaaaaas aaaa aw - v I 7 I 7 7 imfsKiKftmft X, v DUIIBI ; JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER LOT OF I. X. L. Taaales at 10 Cents, lapsrtid Nil Snaps it 25 Cuts, Fresh Crackers. Gaidies. Etc.. Etc. 7 TI ftQA ftnrhhftilfTI The Porter Furniture Co. " BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables Side Boards Divans Extension Direct from Eastern Factories z if J iL mmmTmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmm'Wmmwt We Are Showing - 38- Different Styles. Phaetons, Bike Buggies, Surreys, Runabouts, Traps, Brakes, Pneumatics.-Three Seators and Wagonettes. in Harness We have at all times a full Line of Single and Double Harness in Black and Russet. In Lamps, Whips, Ropes, Rugs, Etc Our Line is Complete and up to DATE. We have also, TTarm and Plantation Wagons, Dump Carts, Goose Neck Drays, Express and Delivery Wagons, Etc., Etc. PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. LTD. OAT BLOCK. - BEBETANIA STREET. - Theo. H. Davies...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 August 1900

Bi23E2 v ?3:---3;i-C: 5St "" i mm it h pyanntt, Wi " -"-' - -Y v,- s, Is- w 5 TH1 HPJfOLTJlTJ XlPUBEICAir, SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 1900 'A Is r 1 . PROF. V. G. SIUISS 1 TEW BUST MW. AKEBICAlf AGRICULTUBAX COMXISSI03TES. CLOSIKO TJP HIS WORE. Will Be Entertained at1 Dinner by the Sugar Planters Association Tomorrow Evening. Pr. W. C. Stubbs, the well-known authority on agriculture and commissioner to Hawaii of th agricultural de; partnient at Washington, has been having a rather lively time since he came hero. He has le&s than a week to remain here, as he expects to sail on 'the Mariposa on Friday next. Every possible attention and courtesy has been extended the doctor, aud he only regrets that he cannot visit the otbur Wands constituting the Territory. That Is oat of the question, be a be i cue in Washington on September 1. Accou.; uUed by Agricultural Wruy Taylor and others, Dr. Stubbi made an interesting trip yestsr day a.- noon. Tb flh market whj ftrst visited, then tbtt poi orks ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 August 1900

lynu . V PSEIS .MODEL H3TS v , v VXHV WOTiUr .mSm 5 orVTtvu ft LEADING Block n ..i..:A.::..:.-:..-:-:.-s' i M I -. . it . a. ? fr" Og 9 2 St. r. x..ta f0 MM ' - f "y tj: LT - -T - i im0AH777ivmmm 1 Jr k jV i k. BFsi. . , . V w. Hf tm mi - r I NEW- GOODS ! i Vc are just in receipt Newest of liHilHiiiiliiiiliiiliilimiiiiniiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiniimnnnnt ToTfibselnQuest " A - TV"f nf on'inn ..aPi iirrrfifl.ser.s 4C f - Vy prrc xin wmilfl Vf"" "X "v v. i r v x '".ftliSllmni'Otin tariff wo received a large. 13 .v .... I'lma aneu ussurmuiii; m 5? I rj. O Japanese Ru il3I33Ji i J I. J.' v ' "-1 By purchasing the change, a saving J f f JM V pcrcont. wsis Qllected, Yhich.Qiircusr tend, at present, to buvilrlsell t1 vi fl them, while tliey last; afthe hV; - . . Under these . here. , can now purchase these Rugs less thanvthey are ' ' .J-.". - ' t -' : " .v.-s v .' .. ' Wo have mades a, display othesc Arnrv Handsome Buss in our lanre, M Li..H L."r -' i-" . St , , central show window, where their be...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 12 August 1900

K ; FAIRCHILD'S lafkstook -.' . A. E. MURPHY & CO.'S ene sok AMERICAN DRY GOODS ent,1?ock IN THE SHOE STOEE OF L. B. KERR & CO. : AmrHOTEL STEEETS. MEMBERS OF LEGATIONS. A Returned Traveler from China Thinks That They Are Safe. Archibald MacKillop, a representative of leading San Francisco and New-York merchant, is in the city. He arrived on tho Hongkong Maru. lie was at Shnnghai during the outbreak of Boxers. He reports business as dead in China. Arms and ammunition are tho only goods for which there is a Men have been organizing home defense companies in Shanghai. Mr. MucKillop does not think that members of legations Iihvo been killed at Peking. He thinks they are being held as hostages by the Chinese government, to keep the allied urmy from entering the Chiueae capitol. Band Concert Today. Kappelmelster Berger aud his excellent band will render an unusually fine program at Makee Island at 3 o'clock today. There was some disappointment about the concert last Sunday taking...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 August 1900

s3T " "' 2"r!" ;,(-- ' ' ,.- TlgF &",' r.'SS5. r . rv" & . THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. i VOLUME I, NO. 53 HONOLULU, H. T TuESDAT. AUGUST 14, 1900. PRICE FIVE CEXTS mm GEHERiL IK A DUAL ROLL Attempts to Defend Policeman Charged With Crime. THE REMARKABLE PROCEEDING. HIS NAME STRICKEN FROM THE RECORD BY THE COURT. A District Attorney in California jjw'as Disbarred For Three Months For a Similar Act. There was another field day In Judge Humphreys' court room yesterday afternoon. Attorney General Dole was 'the principal attraction. He had a burst of eloquence on that charmed ill hearer. Hyperbollcally the Attorney Gen oral dwelt on many things legal the greatness of the police force, HRwalfu character, new comers, the brilliancy of the court, the speaker's as a law otllcer, his right to defend those charged with crime and many other things. It was an oratorical effort which caused all to bo spellbound and recalled one's reading of the great efforts of the great commoner Henry Clay....

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 August 1900

1HE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN Pol trhed Every Morning Except Mon-. .. oy the Bobt. Grieve Publishing Company. Limited. ED,iNS.GILU - - - - EDITOR. TELEPHONES: Alness Office j Rooms J Entered at the Post Office at Hono-.-a. H. I., as second-class mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Month, by Carrier 5 7; Year, by Mall SO lr Months, by Mall K Three Months, by Mall or Carrier. 2 'IS HONOLULU. H. T.AUGUST 14,1900. WEATHER. YESTERDAY. Mean TB'erlun6 i. dxrees. Ilotacm Tetoj"rlnr t Ten:tratsre 4 iltitfrt B&raaieler W03. Sp a. B&UtUU ? lacbT MJs De Potnt rr tfc DT Vmb EcUUtc Humidity . roKicirr roK toi vt rtv4b tra. UjUt hwera. Lemons are lemons In California this year Packers are offering 2 cents a pound, while growers are holding (or 3 cents. The best thing to do wlththetugEIcu is to turn her into a fire boat. In thb capacity she could pay for herself many times over in case of fire along the water front or In the harbor. Cuba shlppwl inlo die United States during the last fiscal year J9.000.000...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 August 1900

V -V -5 .j.4.4.4.4.4.4. 4. 4. ? AILEY'S ! ToianitniEfl 3&3 i IKE ITS i II J Slearns FIRST CLASS AT SAX mit.waTiKEE PUNCTURE PROOF TIRE. Sole Agent and Representative of the Company in J tT " f I -4 r r Hawaiian Morgan .. . - r i m? J. J. Distributor liacK urea, Rubber Goods, Pneumatic Tires And Representative Here. TOT TTOTTCtfi. 1 Bailey's Honolulu Gyclery Company, Limited. 227, 229, 231 KING STREET. 4. 4.4.4. . GRIMW00D, RICHARDSON & CO. CIVIL MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS, AND CONTRACTORS. AGENTS FOR PARKE & LACY CO., PELTON WATER WHEEL CO., H. N. COOK BELTING CO. WH1TTIER, COBURN CO. Lubricating Oils, Grease BYROnTvCKSON 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. J U DSON DYNAMITE & POWDER CO. MEESE & GOTTFRIED CO. L1NDE ICE MACHINE. Office, Telephone 013. awwm? Golf and SHIPMENT OF l Standard Shirts JUST ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 August 1900

l F-". - ; V " $, 3' EGSOLOfcTj BEPtLiei& TOESDAl. AtJGUST U, 1X& Wm G.Irwin&Co LIMITED Offer for Sale: KEFIXED SUGARS. Cube and Granulated. PARAFJXE PATCT CO.'S Painty Compounds and Building Papers. PAINT OILS, Lucol Raw and Boiled. ' Linseed Raw and Boiled. ' ISDUUXE. ; Water-proof cold-water ;Paint, in-Bide and outside; in white and colors'. FERTILIZERS Alex. Cross & Sons high-grade Scotch fertilizers, adapted for sugar caue and cotfee. ' Ohlondt & Co.'s chemical Fertilizers and tlnoly ground Bonemeal. STEAM PI PE COVERING, Reed'a patent elastic sectional pipe Covering. FILTER, PRESSiCLOTHS; Linen and Jute. CEMENT, LDIE.Jt URICKS Agents Fop WESTERN' SUGAR REFINING CO, Sun Francisco, Cal BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A. NEWELL UNIVERSAL 5IILL CO., (Munf. "Natiouul Caue Shredder") New Vork. U.S.A. San Francisco, Cal. RISDQN IKON AND LOCOMOTIVE WOKKS. San Francisco, Cal. Palolo Land and Improvement Co., Ltd. ROOM 8, MODEL BLOCK, TORT ST Onl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 August 1900

A pa s pk a w ,..;:& K'1'4!rt' ." 'i "5S" ", -"-"' " ? ' ' n- " . - y .-,. -i- . ? y w' kx V- IBS BXmOLVLV MTCBUCAH, llptiDAl ATJOTTSr ii, 1C - V if&wmt, Good i 1 7M9? I ! J Butter!! JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER LOT OF I. X. L. j g Taiaales at 10 Gents, Imported Han Saasases at 25 Deals, 1 J Fresh Crackers, Cudiis, Etc.. Etc. t I SALTER &WAITYf ? Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers. ? The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS IK Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables Side Boards Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories EW We Are Showing - 38- Different Styles. Phaetons, Bike Buggies, Surreys, Runabouts, Traps, Brakes, Pneumatics, Three Seaters and Wagonettes. In Harness , We have at all times a full Line of Single and Double Harness in Black and Russet. In Lamps, Whips, Ropes, Rugs, Etc -, Our Line is Complete and up to DATE. Wo have also, Farm and Plantation Wagons, Dump Carts, Goose Neck Drays, E...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 August 1900

UCK OF H&VIL BASE HAMDISiPS IMERKi. COLUERS BEING OVERHAULED AND SENT TO ORIENT WITH COAL. Same Difficulty Encountered Ncrar That Confronted the Nation at Beginning' of the Spanish War. WASHINGTON. July 29. The Navy Department, Is preparing for possible eventualities arising out of the in China. One of the great -which would confront the United States in the event of naval warfare In Chinese waters Is a lack of a naval base close tohe scene of operations. Manila is 2.000 miles from Taku, while some of the other powers have oases within striking distance. England has a base at Wei Hal Wei and a coaling elation at Chefoo; Russia has a naval foe at Port Arthur and Germany it Kalachuto. Besides, In case of a naval war. tht ports of China, which in ordinary tlaies are open, for the purchase of aii ordinary supplies and stores would be closed. The same difficulty confronted the detmrtment during the Spanish war. and so far as coal is concerned method will have to be pursued to spply o...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 August 1900

NEW uOODS! gE We arc just in receipt of a handsome line of j Sills: ZE?ettico3ts Newest of New Goods. Arlington Block J. To J. t : I I t 1 5- . -J-- 4- MWfWtMHWWW H ? CO- 1 igiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiini iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiijiiiiiiuiiuuuiinuiiuiiiiuuusu PARIS MODEL HATS "nS&AN Not very many all told, but quite an artistocratic collection, each one of which will add distinguished beauty 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, COSTLY, as all SPECIAL and EXCLUSIVE BEAUTY MUST' BE. But now this is changed. We have placed our entire stock of IMPORTED HATS at prices well-worth while to investigate. Tis8 T. . illeap, LEADING MILLINER. Those in Quest offtRlJG... HOTEL STREET fo Intending Purchasers of Rugs we would state that just before the change in tariff we received a large and varied assortment of . . : . Japanese Rugs --V- & By purchasing these Rugs before tlio change, a savin...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 14 August 1900

!i : ift -! - t fjr - Wy-i Great Need of Additional Subscriptions. Bishop Willis Talks. "Everihiug oiis to bo going nicely with the Hospital for Incurables" said Bishop Willis lust evening to a Republican reporter, but we are having a hard time to meet tho present exveu?, Although Alexander Young is doing splendidly with his endowment scheme, that is all for the future, and we are now ttruggliug to keep the hospital alive until the endow mentis raised. "At pressut there Rre twenty-four patients in the These incur a monthly expense of f 700 to S00. Of this mini but ftOQ i&f uraMied by the gOTernateut, tfc difference coaiing from private subscription. Thus, you see it is no cany mutter to meet the regular monthly expenses. "Another great need of the hospital i i furniture, particularly chairs. Wbu guests" come to visit us, we find ourselves especially short, and ten or twelve cheap chairs would be greatly i ppreciatcd. Wo are also in great need cf a rolling chair for paralytics. A...

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