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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 23 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. — 23 June 1900

h ' VemmifmHggk "1)rii''mBymrirg7gB?Wi f J ifM fffoftUNGTON r&l rfTfffSfe K e 1 SHIRTWAIST: I HAVE ARRIVED THE . . . l urrcST MOW OH SEW iAiiiifininiiTfitiifnntfinffnrnfTmifinmffi AND WE ARE jft9.Kf. 'yaffSCWa "". '--"--St THE HONOLULU BEEUilHOAX. SA&ifc' JT3XE V 1WU.,. li - i - -7 s fyfiw Bieac &mSb STYLE OUR NEW STOCK OF IMPORTED MILLINERY cHnnot be excelled in the city for SWELL HUTS, TIinrUNQJT, ETC At prlcoe lower thnn you lm-o over before en joyed" for . , goods of oqunl merit and worth. You'll Enjoy the Display if You Yisit Our Store. - MI55. n. E. KILLEdN Arlington Block w We received a large shipment of European Goods, including some handsome designs in Black Crepons and .Tailor Suitings just before the rise in tariff. elegance"-"' Style and 'Quality OFFERING HOTEL STBEET TIME! prices: the public the same 01& Prices for a lot will notflast long. w Underwear SPECIAL HOTS. for ladies to replenish under muslins is lots of High Grade just arrived, and which ihan...

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. — 23 June 1900

; i'ii""" yi M 7 i!i Jfftrffcrfitii'ii1iTif la- iSrirfwlS 4 8 ' .:' --.-.. THE HONOLULU JREPUBLICAX, SATURDAY, JOKE 23, ISOCX I 1 1 K li B ' n , ,, -. 3 la a Pa Jsg & cs F3 m 3 S3 IS. ja Pi JSt P3 Si S Pay IX lliliSKk ? , i g WITH vMMVHHMB y J The Up-to-Date Grocery Store Wifh the T.n - e J Orpheum Block. 54LTER & WdlTY. g SOME OR OUR F'FtlOES: J 2 Jams and Jellies, in glass 2 for 25 cents "S Chicken Tamalcs. . ......... 10 cents each J Plum Puddings . . .30 cents each rg IS Sand Soap -.; . .i,. .'. .5 cents a cake t J Stove Polish '"..A large cakes for 25 cents J Shoe Blacking -i tins for 25 cents j J EVERYTHING ELSE IK PROPORTION The Porter Furniture Go. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS Furn IMPORTERS AND itiire and Chamber Suits ' . i u . . Chiffoniers - , . - Chairs, Tables .. 'w Side Boards Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories XJHK XltUJE UKJLXitlUJN J.S UU.aJLiJ.XX THE ATTENTION OF CONNOISSEtTES IS CALLED TO THE SUPERLATIVE QUALITY OF POMMERY CHA...

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. — 24 June 1900

rri' & " ii 5y " ii'"1? T, o - K'J5 -1 . CF - " . "T- pH5lK $ (Uksfjtlufe 4001010' a V jfcV ' ""WW f - - .rfr " THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. YOLTDrP. X, XO. 10 HOXOLTTLTJ, H. T., SUKDAY, JUKE 24, 1900 PRICE HV GENTS Oft PLAXTATIdS. I Manager GanipDell OI J Puna Meets Serious Trouble. THREATS TO KILL ILTAS ' t THE PLANTERS' ASSOCIATION OF HILO DISTBICT TAKES ACTION. Itoms oflnterest from the Rainy City .Organization of Militia. - - Latest News. Japanese contract laborers on many of the plantations are taking advantage pf the ocgauic act which makes them free men. A number of the laborers for the Olaa Sugar Company and the Waiakea MIU Company struck work on Friday last, and on Saturday the Hakalau raon took a fling at freedom. On Monday the laborers' at a Amaultt decided to "Hllo go," and they are bore. So far tb'ere has been no violence, traeapi on the Puna plantation. There '1 are noting like a lot of Indians, and the end is cot yet On Thursday last the men called at the olfice of t...

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. — 24 June 1900

,1 to I i ij 1 1 ' niifceM" ifi " ' rf5 -- Tf ' l"5fftreC"flfc .JK- " m ;rt!i V THE HOXOLTJLTJ EEPHBLTOAX, SU5TMY, JUSE 24, 1900. THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN Psbllshed Every Morning Except Monday T the Hobt GrieTe Publishing Company, Limited. EDWIN S. GILL, - - - - EDlTOR. TELEPHONES: Bodlness Office 45 Editorial Rooms -123 Entered at the Post Office at Hono-I Am, H. L, as second-class malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES: rr Month, br Carrier J 75 QM Tear, by Mall S00 ctx Months, by Mall 4 00 Tterte Months, by Mail or Carrier. 2 5 HONOLULU, H. T, JUNE 24, 1900. EXPOSES ITS IGNORANCE. Tlte little Star thinks Mr. Flint, the Urtnl posioffiee inspector in the jwwjg. te "real nsashty, don't you flromar," beennse be does not go on and 1 flgtabtfeh a free mail delivery in Hono- hdM wltbowt any basis upon which to dttsMieh such a delivery. It says: "The ntfes of the t'ostoSce Department pre- erfbe a delivery system for a city the atw of Honotolu. Nothing is said of treat or house numbering. In the aptwtoa ...

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. — 24 June 1900

j Jaw 3KiS Ift & T THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUKDA? 3UXE 24, 1900. ' OPPOBTUSTTIES TOR yotjw'g acssr n? Hawaii. Br The Hawaiian Islands are of tLfrir ovrn kind. TLcy are not like the Philippines, Puerto Eico, or but other colonial or territorial part of the United State. Their social, flnanrial and material conditions are peculiar to thomsel ves, and they can Le appreciated onl by oae upon the ground. Thay are otkhut the richest Hands of thB globe nod hare lreadr more rich awn to the nnmber of their Anglo-Saxon population than any other part of the United Staia; but they are not a Klondike where gold can be picked np in "the stream and the pallies. Thev bare the most fertile of soils, but the "supply or land b limited- They have a business which last year thowed oxporte arooantinj: to more than $15, 003,005 lmot double the value of the imports but the business is of its own kind, so that the investor should gtudy Its character before he attempts to vsnttire to compete with the ca...

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. — 24 June 1900

f l L -s- -"" .-." mn IMG THE J ...WATER FRONT. Kinau with. Passengers and Mail Airives from Hilo. PIPE- DREAMS GALORE. THE EFFECT THE LATE FISH AND EEL STORIES ARE HAVING. The Schooner James Rolph from Newcastle via Kahu- kona Shipplnr Notes. The steamship KJnau, from Maul and Hawaii porU, did not arrive until close upon 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, although she' was telephoned at 1:45, 20 mtloa off. As usual, she brought a large Bomber of passengers. Among these wai W. H. Rice of Uhue, Kauai, who bus been around Hawaii after horses to be sent to the Garden Isle. He brought up 20 fine head with him. H. M. Whitney was another passenger who has bwn making a tour of the big Island. Wbon asked what he saw, .Mr. Whitney mid that the volcano was dead, and fnrthor that he did not believe Pele would manifest herself again for a long time. Judge Galbralth of Hilo comes to remain permanently In Honolulu, while Matt McCann of Maui just comes to win the political horizon. Peter Lee, formerly...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 June 1900

J' 1 A F f P Sa a p fca fa Ps sa as jes ta 75 sa je 1 j sa Js fe b jss sa jsa" m 7 2 with wniii vHfil I I The Up-to-Date Grocery Store f With, the Lowest Prices. V I Orphcum Block. 51LTER & W1ITY. I y SOME OR OUR PRICES: fj 5 Jnms and Jollies, in glass 2 for 25 cents - S Ghicken Tamales 10 cents each ? Plum Puddings 30 cents each i Sand Soap 5 cents a cake g j Stove Polish 4 large cakes for 25 cents ? Shoe Blacking 4. tins for 25 cents i J EVERYTHING ELSE IN PROPORTION The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND Furniture and Chamber Suits . .Chiffoniers JT" " Chairs, Tables - " Side Boards Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories m4HH0HHHHHMWM1tMUUUMMiUM9KUa Ti$r" . ? v THE HONOLULU BEFUBLICAS, SUXDAY tUSE 24, 1900L If w it it ilMIHMHMHEi THE TRITE CRITERION IS QUALITY S THE ATTENTION OF CONTfOISSETTRS IS CAIiUSD TO THE SUPERLATIVE QUALITY OF POMMERY CHAMPAGNE WHICH IS BEING SHIPPED TO THIS COUNTRY. In London, tlio Acknowledjrod Ho...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 June 1900

V- tH B K rP THE HONOLTJLTJ EEFUBUCAX,, SUNDAY, JUKE 24, 1900. iBft o OTT This tract affords a Magnificent View of All Parts of the City, also Scenic -i ,? - 4 l" - and Marine Views of Exquisite Grandeur at every turn. Z IF SO, WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT THE MOST DELIGHTFUL; RESIDENCE SITE IN HONOLULU t iL 1 mhi1 BHI F H IB JHH H H B H' r&HH B H K h v'' vA 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 Iwe are prepared to furnish Lights, Heat, or currrent for other purposes to all residents on this tract at very reasonable rates. PURE WATER is something every householder wants. Our Water Supply comes from a mountain spring 1,000 feet above sea level and is absolutely free from all impurities. A vv THERE ARE NO MOSQUITOS ON PACIFIC HEIGHTS With the completion of our own and the Transit Company's electric car line's, Pacific ghts will be within Fifteen Minutes' Ride from the b...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 24 June 1900

n m t !-.- "V" "-' ' " n Jftsffi Z. T-5!'-Ti-2 !"--SS-'- ' -- ' '& I J. $"!V rf t - J THE HONOLTJLTJ BEPTJBUGAX, StlKDAfr 3GXE 24,. 1900. &sL OUR ... WUNGTON SHIRT WAIST! SHAVE ARRIVED THE . . . UTE3T 1 how oi view I ME, BB&SQS & QO rmnTTmT?mitiMtiitfittiitHMtHHiHfltifliiniiniHitHittnMniiniitrttnniiii jsprro v v&tt&h '.ysft nTalfrP no. AND WE ARE OFFERING :ll imts, rmnnimi, etc At prices lower than you have over before enjoyed for goods of equal merit and worth. You'll Enjoy the Display if You Visit Our Store. niss. n. E. KILLED Arlington Block ff . ffiifyAvef VS V2&i )TTLE OUR NEW STOCK OP IMPORTED MILLINERY cannot be excelled In the city for Elegance Style .and -Quality HOTEL STEEET I TIME! We received a large shipment of European Goods, including some, handsome designs in Black Orepons and Tailor Suitings just before the rise in tariff. ..-. LOW PRICES. --i the public the same Qld Prices for a wilFnpt last long. "1 --. ,V.r va4Srafc?fev.'.; P? Underwea...

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. — 24 June 1900

h mp We hare just .opened, THIS: A - Silk Waists. the choicest and most "Select" creations in Black and Oolored Silk Waists ever Displayed on the Hawaiian Islands. All-over Laces. We feel that if you see this Exhibit and resist buying you are beyond temptation as they are simply works of art Wash Goods. Our Stock in this Department is now complete and is well worthy your inspection. i Mens' Dept. In this Line We claim to bo the Leaders both in Price and Quality. Look the Stock Over and be convinced. These goods comprise the most Up-To-Date Novelties to be obtained in the Market of America and Europe and Jiavo been previously selected for the Honolulu Trade by Qur..Mr. Du Roi on his present trip abroad. " B. f. EJUJEFJS 9 $0., 1 1 I H OP ' ;x JSC' .' vt E'ORPHEUn U- Mrarisdav ' ". H LIMITED RA SEASON if EXCELLMT WITHY under the management of .WILLIAM WOLFF FS y jrresenwug' Friday, Saturday and Saturday Matinee Under a heawrovaltv The Bis? New York Hit "THE GIRL FROM PUBIS" CHIC, UP-T...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 June 1900

It :V3sS3Ea. srnjr, -"v . . i .; 4,." - '1 .m ULU A r -6 JV . ,v j!rK ,,r THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. 'm YOLTJffE I, NO. 11 HONOLULILIL 'X, TUBSDaY, JUNE 26, 1900 PRICE FIVE GESTS SEW PLUIBLVG t itt. Sanitary Interests of ." the City to be Well Guarded. WORK NOW K PROGKESS. CITY SCHOOLHOTJSES TO A THOROUGH OVERHAULING. Plumbers Must Pass Examinations and Take Out Licenses Something About Grease Traps. Among the several new features recently Introduced by the Government none Is more Important than that of Plumbing Inspector. On May 9 of the present year J. C. Duffy was appointed to the position by the Board of Health, and went actively and aggressively to work to remedy many evils of the past In what should be called sanitary plumbing, but which, owing to Its slovenly performance, doesn't merit that title. Yesterday afternoon .Mr. Duffy was seen by a Republican reporter at bis office in the Board of Health rooms. He was immersed In a pile of papers. "I am trying," said he, "to perfect o...

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 June 1900

H M i i V .1 1, "i liii to p ti . f I I .: D - 9 xh fl ill. i 1! bJea asn! " K aMf, v .;St - TElsSi'UOifES: - ''.IHM- m rffow -- V-- - 01HK H050LTJLTJ BEPUBEtCAJf, TUESDAY JT3XE 26, 1900. nit unvrtimrt rurpitriv I Bnderwriiera. A fireproof Cfcisatowa is ",x garsansTt ; lublished Stlry Xbraing Jfcteept Moa- day by the Rakt. Grleva'Pabllsa ing Coaifciny, .' -aw i r ,i i. -i !- a-.. , - .. i. p ...- EDWIN S?GZCL. -i--- EDITORr ntJDcs5 Office 4 Editorial Rooms ...123 , Entered at the. Post Office at t. a secon deltas malL "" v " SUBSCRIPTION RATES":; j jjer jiudu;. 07 vrner....,...,.. a 0a Xeariby Mall --: -Sift SixMcnths. by Mail ThreeMbntfc5. by Mail or Carrier. '2 25 -' : ? .A "" l.'OXOLULU, H. ?JXrSE26 IKfl. jSff Q,U .' . , .i M Thb ponderous '-morning need forhbnse numbering or frersttll delivery fn Honolulu. Of Yonhi hot; cow paths and unpaved sbtriBts' afo good enough for,;anyone. Whi(t does Honolulu "want to adopt modern forf " Idea's arid metropolitih' airs The- Republican trus...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 June 1900

ir t p Pi H i W Re lv ik. r report qi coolie MM SPTCIAI. AS EXT TUKNKK SATS H 18 DEXOKAIJZIJfa. Cssipr Coatrct Srstezi Is the Wort to SliTrr la tbSoni&. WASHINGTON, June 12. A. report, now in the hands of the Industrial Commission, -which has in it stirring recommendations In reference to coolie labor, is that made for Commissioner Thomas F. Turner of Canton, Ohiov an intimate friend of President McKinler, who v&b designated to make special inquiries into, the conditions existing in PaIflc Coast States. Mr. Turner spent five months In the "West. His report covers a vrlde range and consists of nearly 50,000 words. There are two main recommendations to the report. The first la that the provisions of the Chinese exclusion aet be so extended as to take In all coolie labor. The second deals with the rules governing the collection of customs and abuses Incidental to the office lis discovered by the special commissioner In the West. Mr. Turner's investigations centered In Sn Franci...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 June 1900

4 V " 1I0XG THE WATER' The Solide Here After a Long Bough Voyage. - StifRRA NEVADA LOST. CA.VTAJK FULLER NOW HAS CHARGE OF WHARVES AND HARBOR. " ,,TheRIthet Departs A 2ev? Launch -' The Dismantling' of the Bach Hilo "Excursion Notes. . After a loag. hazardous voyage from tkuftUtirg the German bark Solide. Captain Schumacher, arrived yesterday. She 6. 106 days from Hamburg and 152 tftM from Falmouth, where shh had to put in after jettisoning part of her cargo of fire brick. A few days after leaving her home port she encountered tent iUfe;,Borms .for-several days', which ,-VV Atrrlod "sway some of her sails and sMtod hor cargo. To make repairs and. trim ship the captain put into He wayed Uiere three days and then -went to ea. At the Horn bad weather was again met. and the little bark had a hard time of it She was light in the $aier and very dirty, as before she left Hamburg she was frozen in for about two wagks. Her paint was ail worn away by the lee. and, not being protected by paint...

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

ju; j jai p Pa W6 jsa Jfii fa i m I Jsa ?!3 m !a ?a ?a Pa I f E 1 I I- 1 I DtaB& KEEP m fun in ink L ; . ' -' STI ;3& SOME OF OUR Jama and JelHes, inglassV. . . . Chicken Tamales 'L j.!k IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK i?- - KING. JrfREEE. NEAFU" WHITE Store With the Lowest Prices. Orpheum Block. - v; JK! 5dLTER fir. WdmR jfrc PRICES: S Pltim V,W ' Qfl nftnfC no1, Theo. H. Davies & Co, SUGAR FACTORS IMPORTERS 0"F i GEORGE LYCJtrM'tsr f a-sir J 3Li 9 I- I. ....... 2 for 25 cents 5 ..10 cents each'y - -. v.ul..fco ww iuc a I Sand Soap 5 cents a cake 2 " 1 - . A ." aiove I'oiisn 4 -large cakes for 'Jo cents jj Shoe Blacking 4 tins for 25 cents 37 EVERYTHING ELSE IK .Vartv. PROPORTION : 2 'J' .- -" 2s)sa?PaE5la?BaP3lsiPa?ap3njiaj!3JE5J!a jsalss Pa Ji J Pa Ha m' The Porter Furnitel (M BETHEL AND HOTEL STBEETS Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits rT; Chiffoniers '- Chairs, ."-Tables '-s ? SST&S t s Side Boards -:' fJ." - Sr -V; :' "China eroSets Extension Tables Direct from Eas...

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. — 26 June 1900

y ..;vgr 5' ' ' . 7 V -- .; -,-' OUR BRUCE A -"" THE HONOLULU EEPUBLTCA'niiSDAT, JU5E 25, 1900. imn n mi fel 1 3 bbbbbbbbbbbHbbbbbbba. bbbbbb .. .k. m IbbbbbbBMbbbbK m BBB BBH bbB Hn BH' WISB O fBBBM k L A L r J bbbY BBH bbbV BBH" bbbV BBH 'bbb 'bbb! WBHB BBHB YBHH BBHH BBHb BBHH '"Hk BBHB bbMbbH bbB bbB ViBB : SbBbT ibBHBbBHbT B iBbH IbBbHBbBIBIBv VbbBibI ' VbbBiJ IF SO, WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT 3t affords a Magnificent View of and Marine Views of Exquisite tSt ELECTRIC WARMUG rn RESIDENCE SITE IN HONOLULU 5 MOST DELIGHTFUL at City v- - -Tt turn. RAILWAY ' 6j L 4 V,: bbLH bbbbLi bbbbbbIbbbbH Lbbbbi bbbbbV bbbbTbbbbbpbbbbI lllllLlllH lKKKKKKKKKKKKKI h h h 'B bbbbLI bbbHbbW. bbbbH lH K M lk H H IbbbH bBbH bbbbbI bbbH IbbbbH H H V H ,V J B H H iBBBBBBBBHlBir 7 is nearing completion and it will only be a short time before the line is in ninnlng order. Having an independent power plant I we are prepared to? furnish Lights, Heat, or currrent for other purposes to all residents on...

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. — 26 June 1900

Ut. vj fe& 1Mb f5 L - fcsait K X - fcr Mi rf i&&&& .i&uuia UU1K ius Msm, THE '. um JbiiK Colored Sill IslaiillSSi VII -T - W Wash Goods. Our Stock in this Department is now complete anti is well worthy your inspectio , o tMens'JDeni. .v;vf trrf rfsr V 111 1 IniJhig'EinYWofcMim to and Quality. Look the Stock over and be convinced. M t?i t : iw r WUfiGTOfftnMJ BLOCK. 4 i i i, - j??it 11 -II mi TT"' II il' . - ax- "ST. Y A Tf Cill J251t TJl JK il W MS3 -v - "t HJUTciAvB ARRIVpD't: IC1 are jVjJ ''Hi " .. -?- 2MC, SBASQig fe C- a -p .iiiBiDiimiininnnnDiiininnniininiiiniiiiiin '-X" R R . ! Z ,-&. maniuunngy r n KsISC1in1dibltS dEiiquire Center Aisle. Foulard Silk. lorSpJob Spell don't fail J'to mpecM3ir Silk Depart- Il J V f t K i ' 1 8 I r j i r iKmf . 1 I i Sdle A WW .-.. Shmnnnina. Scaio Treatment. ti nil r 1 rvt tt rr JL -&. - - imUi mmlW. maooagmg. .;..' - HalrdrcsBlnc nnd Manicurinfr Pftri .... V-'1' Y'A1 .-J .M .I55rn.X.KILLEfl&rTi orrifunder thp...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 26 June 1900

3- & - : : V" Jr .-' k N r I 4 i-' k ; y&f T s?i&s-;8??s& ". & - , THIS IS RESERVED - y- ,5 l -. c , w i F3 :,? M iiiIWm ifc.1 .1! .1 -S -1 A iiAiil i -U' A" THI 'r E'ORPHEUH H LIMITED OPERA SEASON M 1 i ! SPACE :& 1 ! 1 1 f' i 1 I- .v -T 3; "-., 3: -" iTfV MUM management of WOLFF stu 0 ? &F '! - Friday, Saturday EXCELLMT under tlie WILLIAM -Presenting Thursday, ) and Saturday Matinee Under a heavy royalty The Big New Xork Hit "THE GIRii FRDM PARIS" CHIC, UP-TO-DATE, PURE COMEDY, CACHY . .CHORUSES, PLENTY OF SPECIALTIES, TOPICAL SONGS, NEW DANCES. Reappearance of BABY , Prices, 75 Cents and $1.00 ? Gallery 25 Cents. . , ALL TEE HONOLULU BEPUBLICJlS, TUESDAY, JUNE 96, 190a GMA FERMENT. Close Observers . at Coast Towns See Trouble Ahead. THE EMPRESS EQUIVOCAL TE3CPOBIZES WITH XIOTZBS IN A WAY TO x2:COTJBAG THE3L Foreign Troops Making Slow Progress in the Harcn to Peking Preach, and English. Clash. LONDON, June 15. Observers at Shanghai and Tien-Tsin think t...

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. — 27 June 1900

tC -V VJI, 3'eSv6 - -" " i? ?"- s - I - -, ! V ,0r zltt. - - V ss. sg sfcT ' V ."VvV ".w - kV X fV .O . " THE HONOLULU REPUB LICAN. TOLtGrB NO. 12 HONOLULU, It !E TVEDNESDAY, 27, 1300 PRICE FIVE GEXT THE STSTEB OF STREET raERDTC J! I As Adopted at a Meeting of Officials Yesterday. DESCRIPTION OF TIM. PHILADELPHIA KETHOD MET With a hearty ENDORSEMENT. Street and Nuuonu Avenue Made the Dividing Lines Divisions and Their Boundaries. A simple yet thorough, system of for Honolulu was derided m yesterday afternoon by Post-&Mee bwpector H. M. Flint, Super! of Public Works J. A. Surveyor - General Alexander Deputy Surveyor-General Walter Wali aad Asefstant Superintendent of Public Works W. E. RoweM. Mr. Stevenson, woo officially numbered the streets and homes of Alameda. Cal., was present by request of Mr. Flint Mr. Flint and Mr. Stevonson made suggestions quite in accordance with those of Superintendent of Public Works McCandleae and Surveyor-General Alexandor. The officials decided on...

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