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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 September 1900

W ? J 7 7 I I I 1 I I J 1 J 5 jjc m . : fui I I ARRIVED PER S. Yarmouth Bloaters, Finnan Haddies, Holland Herring's, i aiettewurst; Sausage, , " tit Celery. Turnips, Frozen Oysters, Oranges, Lemons, Eagle Breakfast Cheese. SALTER &, WAITY Tel. 6S0. Orpheum BIoGk. Grocers. 3 fe, 2 e Porter Furniture Co.! BETHEL AND HOTEL STEEET& rn4iirp sop slniiflktprv IMPOKTEKS WD Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chains, Tables j Side Boards iwans Extension Mrect firom Eastern Factories - .ON .". . THE HOSOLOTtJ JREPOBLIGAir, SUKDAI, SfflPTEltBEB 30, 1900. mm f" st Jtfft .-ON t REDUCTION SALE""" B "eanS' "csteajfl 1 ninke room for a large in oico llimilt d tim nVr mr BUGGIES, RUNABOUTS, PHAETONS, SURREYS, Etc., At GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. ' Seo our stock of DELIVERY WAGONS, DRAYS, Etc., HARNESS, WHIPS, and ROBES. IFacific Vehicle 3JAT BLOCK. -Theo. H. Davies SUGAR FACTORS. IMPORTERS 01 GENERAL MERCHANDISE. COMMISSION AGENTS Steamship Lino, Lloyds, British & Foreign Marino Insurance Co. Northern...

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. — 30 September 1900

n ? ANSC?fe4: 'Mf rs s r o- J 4 ir v B y" form. a. F;O.I nasrr PJATFOKM dependent n every person is equal that h is ebcowed w:U i right to choose that hiC We belieTe in protecUo we should strive to sec; v -K pie and of the people. Equal rights for TU.i l-.l M J Hi. .-" ?AET PKEAMBLE. , ' . J auow opcij dl. clituit street, oetwoeti xori l I vi jUakcft streets. . ,f . . . , ' & " M bf HmsrM "i fef &&. - 4 !&r s P TH3B - : Adopted in Islnad Convnticmaouolula. H. L, June 7, lfi. We believe that all gorer basis should be assured of Here In equal rights and free We believe man was bo ments founded on an independent dom -without oppression. We be- m for all the people. with a right to be Independent and "e eye of the lav. We believe the nrfvllesres of life, liberty and the will coatrjoals to biz fez, advantage. agast suppression. We believe that ' txc equal rights for the people, by the the is the motto adopted in the plat- I lrc";4 y , In.friOTlllr t rip tn t)iit cllwcftll...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 October 1900

r -"we "ss ' .KJgNbP - -. ?s?U S V u - v Myc -" -HRS-. ! WPPpWaa" "3T I . H "THF HONOLOEU REPUBLICAN. VOLTDrE I, "0. 9G. HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 2, 1900. PRICE FIVE CKS!TS V V 'J' 1 1 t. ; 4 I i t . k " ! A - t ax REPUBLCAN SPEAKERS LOUDLY CHEERED , . , . . 4. EnthUSiaStlC JHeeting At the Drill Shed Last Night CONDUCTED BY THE YOUNG HEN GREAT INTEREST IS SHOWN IN DISCUSSION OF POLITICAL QUESTIONS. Erery Speaker Listened to With the Closest Attention by the Large Audience Assembled- One tlioussna ieopie crowded th3 drill shed hut night to hear republican doctrines expounded under the auspices of the Young lien's Republican club. There were few men present not voure. The ladles were out in generous num bers and the entire crowd was charged with an ethuslasm that was electric la IU effect upon the speakers. They did their beat and the influence of the meeting w Ill count on election day. The stagu was decorated with flags and partlotlc music was supplied by an excellent band...

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

r. p. THE HONOLULU KEPUBL1CAN. Published Ercrr Moraine Except Monday br the Rcbt. Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. EDWIN S. GILL EDITOR TELEPHONES. Business Office Main flS Editorial Rooms Main 123 Entered at the Post Office at H. T as second-class mall. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier I .75 One Year, by Mail S.00 Six Months, by Mail 4.00 Three Months, by Mail or Carrier HONOLULU, H. T. OCTOBEP.. 2, 1S00 WXA.THEB. YESTERDAY. Xnn TwnjTtun. TJ J Aecrtre. H tuna am 7ajiraiarc VUB deerre. Xaxliuuxa ". 30.81 ;p n. ICQ l&cbee Mwm IV Polal tvr tie Dar- WINDS. Wloa, ooUi to b'tOi north, J in 0. robiX5T roc TODAT. Ushl iraiei, lair wwiUiw wish rt ebflwer er tiro Don't eland in the way of the wheels of progre and of progressive busings men. Jtl don't pay; mintin,i T"hance says: Ex- Queen Liliuokalanl has completed a volume and has applied for a copyright certificate, giving the name of the book as "The Hawaiian Tradition of the Creation." The Attorney. General Is the rsil hea...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 October 1900

79 i to i h' m i H I -. ft &. r v- &"& 3 tfliattl per uioutti. -3- i FOR LEASE. lowest, our sivies tne complete that ladies selections. Boys' Clothings A valuable business site-on Maum kea, near Hotel street. One acre ground, between LUlha street and Insane Asylum roaa; good L residence sites. i , A large lot, "with 109 feet frontage, on ig street at Kapalama, just pasbthe ifleld. ' hzs i.jtX'. ,FCK SALE OR LEASE. h larriea in Kuuanu Tract. Apply to JAacftHrtfc IB ' fglppirfT r '"SgF: 23trSiV3? "U --' foP? Mriav'n , ,TV t "' A . -.Ov -. - THE HONOLULU REBUPLICAX, TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 2, 1900. Pacific Import Co. Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street Importation Direct From Switzerland We have just received large invoices of seasonable goods in every department, ex-S. S. Australia. Goods will be open and ready for inspection soon. The Latest European Novelties Suitable lor Christmas presents; the largest variety of articles ever imported by any store. The quantities arc n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 October 1900

K 1 "5pw,jw.' vnrv&em1 ,"'?,S5,,,?W Wmllrwin&Co sj W sibs 'r m bh m w w - LIMITED Offer for Sale: REOTED SUGARS. Oub and Granulated. PARAPFEXE PAI2JT CO.'S Painte, Compounds and Building Palmers. PAJLXT OILS, Lucol Raw and Boiled. Linseed Raw and Boiled. INDURLXE Water-proof cold-water Paint, inside and outside; in white and FER TILIZEES Alex. s. Sons' high-grade Sootch fertilizers, adapted for cane and colfee. N. Ohlandt A- Co.'s chemical and linely ground Bonemeal. STEAM PIPE COVERING, Heed's patent elastic sectional pipe Coverinc. FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS, Linen and Jute. SEMENT. LIME & MUCKS Agents Fop WE.STKUS SUGAR REFINING CO. San Francisco, Cal. BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, Philadelphia, Fa., D. S. A. NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO. (Manf. "National Cane Shredder") Now York, U. S. A. OHLANDT&CO., Sun Francisco, Cal. 1USDON IKON AND LOCOMOTIVE WO R KS. San 1'rancisco, Cr.l. ea c . p.' ..i pa Pa Pa Fa to Sa NOTICE. All parties having bills against the republican territorial...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 October 1900

I fcl IB f r EaesC2!3Uf4:nu!ani!E:nE5!aasi)KaiiAn S I 1 I I I I I 9 I Y I 2 Y Y ARRIVED PER S. S. AUSTRALIA Yarmouth Bloaters, Finnan Haddies, Holland Herrings, Mettewurst Sausage, Celery. Turnips, Frozen Oysters, Oranges, Lemons, Eagle Breakfast Cheese. J SALTER Y Tel. 680. Orpheum &WAITY; Y BlOGk. Grocers. The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS IMPORTERS AND DFALEIUS IN Furniture and Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables Side Boards Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories REDUCTION SALE To uinko room for a 1 imoire of vehicles now on the way. For a limited time we will oiler our prescut stock of BUGGIES, RUNABOUTS, PHAETONS, SURREYS, Etc., At GREATLY KEDUOED PRICES. Do not lose this opportunity. See our btock of DELIVERY WAGONS, DRAYS, Etc., HARNESS, WHIPS, and ROBES. Pacific Vehicle & Supply Co. BEKETANIA STREET. - - Next to the Pire Station. BEVERAGES DAY BLOCK. 3UFERIOR ANIMATING CARBONATED FOUNTAIN MINKS (SODA WATER)...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 October 1900

I - H5ss."n!sr"C " """" ,-a THE iJOKOLtJLD feEBUFLICAX, TUE5DAT, OCTOBER 2, 1900. r BflNniuifi n inuncp ITmiii SUkUfd 1. IIMMMHMHHIMMUlt 5- :iUBULULU rlU LUHQLIl liKUl RIHCId IB 4- PLATFORM OF THE 4- i GHBISTUN CITY tie Western States Announcement 4- Independent Home-Kule IT IS OTSSL&JTS BY HEATHSX Lone Highwayman Sobs to the Ladies 0I8UETTE mi TOMCCO 00. POPTJLATIOST FB021 PaMengezB on Northern Pacific PARTY. THK OSIZXT. Express Car Looted. CAIRO (Egypt) 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- V v 4- 4- v 4" 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- sion of bubonic plague In 1S0U. "They should further strive to encourage education, industrial pursuits, farming, road making, railroads and both foreign and local commerce that will redound to the advantage of the country. "We stand opposed to monopolies, to any attempt at a restriction of the voting privileges of n Uives or citizens who think as they do, that might be attempt? J later. We stand opposed to the heavy taxation of the people, the restriction ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 October 1900

?) I. p I ?. o V u I' u hrf V i 1 i yillWIIllllIIIMllffllln S" Cheaper P. O BOX 363. Houses Built on the Installment Plan $500 to 81,000 Having scared tome desirable lots in the Base BaU tract, we are now prepared to famish plans and specification, and to erect Modern and Artistic bouses, containing all the latest improvements, for those desirous of owning their own homes. Having a complete planing mill, we are thus able to build at less cost than 5 be general boilder,to the adantage of the par chaser. Call and see ns, or we will come and see yon, and show yon the advantage of cheap rent. I?AF JhIa tract, 3 new 2-story houses just F Ul Utllu completed best sanitary plumbing, containing 6 rooms, porcelain bath, patent closet, hot and cold water, electric light, porcelain sink in kitchen, pantry and servant's quarters. M AAA rtnnli Balance on installment pl)VVV VttOll ofi f50D0 I Most be No Interest appreciated. seen to be For further i Campbell E Office and Mill Base Ball Ground oppo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 2 October 1900

I I 7 1 - fMHmS. yr . ." a"',"'to',a'" Vi 11 ifSit ..., tfwt " w.: !t --.-, jP : 'i. IS THE HOXOLtjLXJ BBNSMJCXS TUESDAY, OCTOBErX 1500, mmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Uf i .ii. t J ,w . a ; - hajf - - rpMjt' w -;.- C'- Ore art Value " Vi r'V . jl 54 -Ci -- &c s.. . 4 a READY TO DELIVER ICE THE OAIiU ICE & ELECTRIC CO. Have every tiling in readiness and are prepared to sorve thoir customers with ICE manufactured from pure condensed water from artesian wells. Youk Okdehs Solicited. HOFFMAN 4 MAMIIAM Telephone 8151, Blue. P. O. Box 600 HART & CO. (T.I Traced-) THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS Flue Chocolates and Confectious. Ice Cream and Water lets. ur. q. iRiuiK ecp. ltd. Wax. GIrwiu . ..President k Manager Glaus Sprockets First Vice-Pres. V. M. Giffard Secoud Vice-Pres. H. M. Whitney, Jr Treas. & Sec't. Geo.W.Ko3 Auditor, SUGAR FACTORS AND ?omni88ioi i)ts. AGENTS FOR THE " Oceanic Steamship Co. Of San Francisco. Cal. ALL ETNDS OF Dorse Furnishing Goods ON HAND. Plantation Orders...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 October 1900

.. ill SEJli IN m disfucieb1 , . . . ' If Tliey Will JrerSlSu ULj i. . . rry, - I Living1 OH ineir Ships. MUST AHGHOR DOWN OR SUFFERjaETRAyii F.OLLING, SOLLICKING SAILORS MUST PC DOWN AND PAT ROOM BENT. Supreme Court of Hawaii Han 60 Decided xn a Ienghty Opinion Herewith. Given in its Entirety. According to the supreme court in a decision rendered jeaterday, sailors lrrlag aboaid boats plying between uHXetosl jvojuU on the islands cauuot vote unices they tie up to a dock for keeps or go abore and establish -regular home. The matter came up In tue Joseph Irving apjeal from the" ac tion of the hoard of registration in re fusing to register him as a voter .n the Sixth precinct of the Fourth district of Oahu. The facts agreed upon were that Irving hud lived In a fixed and permanent room for seven month past on board the lwalanl, an steamer, with a reguiat benn at tue wu.irf in the auoe voting precinct. The board of leglstratiou reiused to allow In lug to register on tne ground that be h...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 October 1900

HE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. Published Every Horning Except J" the RobL Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. EDWIX a GILL, - - - EDITOR TELEPHO:sES. Business OfiSce .llain 21S Editorial Rooms Main 123 Entered at the Post Office at Honolulu, H. T., as second-class maiL SUBSCRIPTION' RATES. .. ., .., ? iTi Per Month, by Carrier -5 One Year, by Mall S.OO ! Six Months, by Mall 4.00 nr. Months, by Mail or Carrier. 2-25 ' HONOLULU, H T. OCTOBER. 3, 1K. WEATHER. YESTERDAY. lu TrCifritBi TS 3 dcerc. Xlnlmuaa Tajrtare TI ilectw. Mulmca Terupcraiore Butxaelrsr 30JW lVp c. 26 toebes Mcao IV: Point Ur Dar M-S Mw ikuAitie UnmWlty T wrjfDs. 7lu!, n'lrtJsww, 1 to 4 rosECxsr ron tobay. Frth trie, peoenUIj Sue weather Uh ;4bV! In tbTJW Tb Chinese seem to be executing a Doer finish. Tbe campaign will be warm enough before it Is over, unless all signs fail. Thre will be great Interest here in the race of tbe Australia and the America Maru to San Francisco There aro many old "war horses" in tWs year of grace...

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

4' fat 8- a- K'A I " a , " f ? 4 ' ' 3'. LOTS AT KEWALO T.A bargain, "t J 4 P l FOR SALE. A fow tine lots (abotit 100x200) on Manoa Heights, commanding an view over Walklki and ocean. Price. $1,750 to $2,000. A beautiful corner lot (120x150), high grounds. In bet porUon of Kallhl Cash. 1600; balance on easy terms. A large lot on good street In Kallhl; area, about 15,500 square feet; gocd low. Verms easy. v Lou (50x100) In various parts of Just past Kamehamcha Schools, mp easy monthly Installments Lota (50x100) in Xumuiu tract,- $ down, " balance ' lit installments of JlOiXl ier month. LKASK., ?2i rt -, - A valuable business site un Mauui kea. near Hotel street. ' One acre ground, between Llliha street aadvlasane Asylum roaa; gocd residence sites. A large lot, with 199 feet frontage, 6b King street at Kapalama, just past the rice field. gDRT SALE OR, LEASE, - i V i v i Good. Quarries inKuuana Tract. Aly to "l rf :i sj . ml kHjjaJN ? T h V ,' .l."5 (, Mtt May j i- "-." - . .-' V- ; i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 October 1900

K ;; i ALONG THE WHARVES A Race is on Between America Maru and Australia. HAD WARM POLITICAL DISCUSSION THE KIN ATI ALMOST WENT AW AT WITHOUT SAM PABKZB. The Dunreggan Sailed Yesterday in Tow of the Fearless Mauna Loa Touched the Bef Harbor Notss. As the Australia passed the America Mara yesterday on her way out of the channel. Captain Lawless tooted three blasts on the ferry boat's whistle In good-bye to the crack Japanese liner. Captain Lawless too, tea with CapUtn Going on the America early in the ait ernoon and those who w ere around say that the two commander had a good sized Lit un the result of the trip to San Krancisco. It s ttils waj : Th Australia a short time ago was thoroughly o'verlwuled and cleaned at San Francisco. She i3 thai ef ore in very good condition to make speed. The America Maru is Al ways, in condition for a run, Knovvih this. Canuin Lawless took up the proposltiou of Captain Going and h outioine of the race between the twj bteamers will be a nice little Fre...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 October 1900

fpi5 r. tv O -" f.A 3 I: U- Aj i' i xiW W m .c -. T-V, " WKUKESDAT, OCTOBEER . 1900. ' .i r 1 r r wfc!U!?ri3RtK253aitBre 9 I I I I I r i i ARRIVED PER S.S.AUStum Yarmouth Bloaters, Finnan Haddiee, . . , Holland Herrings, ACettewurst Sausage, , IT Celery, Turnips, . - Frozen Oysters, Oranges, Lemons, rf ; SALTER J Tel. 680. Orpheum y a as a as ca w ta sa as,' ta The Porter Furniture Go. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS iMroinrns kxd dialers in Furniture anil Upholstery Chamber Suits Chiffoniers'1" Chairs, Tables , t Side Boards Divans China Closets Extension Tables Direct "from Eastern Factories REDUCTION SALE To mnko room for a largo invoice of vehicles now on the way. For a limited time wo will otter our present stocKof BUGGIES, RUNABOUTS, PHAETONS, SURREYS, Etc., At GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. Do not loseUhis opportunity. See our stock of Mfc ''Vfe V ; DELIVERY WAGONS, DRAYS, .Etc., HARNESS, WHIPS; t , and - ROBES. Pacific Vehicle BEVERAGES DAT BLOCK. BEKETA2TCA 2SUFEreiOR ANIMATING CARBONATE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 October 1900

-v - r !?. "firy5' Jswgpevi' a - J - . t . - - -" '3K5 JE3'.J25SaWiWBBR33T - , - V --. srf.j -; ''-Kf - '- - - --., fc V IHE HONOLULU BEBUPIICAX, "WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1300. ? r 5- PLATFORM OF THE Independent Home-Kule PARTY. Adopted in Island Conrentiot in Honolulu, H- L,-Jone 7, 1M. PREAMBLE. We believe that all goveriinents founded oaaa Independent basis should be assured of freedom without oppression. ,Ve In equal rights and treed 3m for all the people. "We believe man was born v th a right to be independent and mat every person la equal In eye of the law. "We believe that he is endowed witn all the privileges of life, liberty and the right to choose that wnich will contribute to his nest advantage. We believe In protection agaUst suppression. "We believe that we should strive to secure equai rights for the people, by the people and of the people. 'Equal rights for the peopU." is the motto adopted in the platform. "lhe belief of the lndependcJt party Is that the successful cand...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 October 1900

-i 'rrMW"'St .?,,'' i ' Kr X Wf s"""',?-e - ? -il' 'y"" f - ;? ' "ft $- -i?-.-- ' -,. '- - . -I THE HONOLULU BEBUPLICAX, 1EEDSESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1900. 4 r PLATFORM OF THE Independent Home-Kule PARTY. Adopted in Island Conreatiot in Honolulu, H. L,"Ju'ue 7, 19W. PREAMBLE. "We believe that all goveTixnenUfoaaded on an independent basts should be assured o freedom without oppression. We believe In equal rights and freedom for all the people. -Ve beiieve man was born v .th a right to be Independent and that every person la equal In te eye of the law. We believe tnat he la endowed witn all the privileges of life, liberty and the right to choose that which will contribute to his best advantage. We believe in protection against suppression. We believe that we should strive to secure equai rights for the people, by the people and of the people. 'Equal rights for the people. Is the motto adopted In the platform. "Ice belief of the independcat party is that the successful candidates in the leg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 October 1900

3-; I 5 1 t t & t - 'J t J- 5 r ggggg Balance on installment of foOjOO monthly. ' Ta Infnnnnf Must be een to be appreciated. .. - For further particulars apply Campbell & Minton Olllce and Mill Base Ball Ground opposite Kewnlo Street. UJJUUUMMII'MiLLUUllM'lnnuiMUUUutiuUMUiiUJWMMUipimiUfiM l adie, You are. Qordially limited to ftttepd The Grand Fall Opening OnTHURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY Oct. 4tb, 5th and 6th well Parisian Hats and Latest Novelties m Hair Goods and Hair Trimmings. Also the Latest in Walking Skirts Will be on Exhibition. Miss M. E. Killean, Hotel Street, Arlington Block. ' fr&tyii&it Fort Street. 4'tf. i 5F 1 Sale Broken Lest of Ladies' and Children's Stockings;. PrtKfioKrAr Tapestry Porticrres in 10 differ " Wl V'i'y oufc,Dfttlrns:iormer2Dneo.SS!00ii now a pair: ; J ;?T ProlnnflPC A beautiful line of Silkolines and Vluuubil U1U XtSUWyX VUU1V .111 single and double -width.. PriceSjare right Tnuplc - uow importation now on hand in I UWWd" Turkish as-we...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 3 October 1900

""3CSS1 Ire5fTOS!ls ?" .; HJS .-55 - "T?r -, - r "5 " 3 in v .. TH HOKOLtJU MttEffiCA TOMOWUT , 6CT01E1, 3, IKXI . -. , Jt ; C .-'- 2f i - "- S irk .- T .- 1! -- ? r 1, - ? v READY TO DELIVER ICE m ICE it ELECTRIC CO. Have everything in readiness and are prepared to servo their customors with ICE manufactured from pure condensed water from artesian wells. Your Okdehs Solicited. HOFFMAN MARKHAM Telephone 3151, Blue. P. O. Box 600 HART & CO, (XjJjcoJLcedL) TIE ELITE IGE CREAM PARLJ1S Fine Chocolates and Coufoctionsj I lea Cream and "Water Ices. OAHU RAILWAY AND LAID GO. h3SL TIME TABLE. From and After January 1, 1900 OCTWAIin. Doll? DttUy Xfeilr OaiXr SuOobj. ex ex Sun Sa aai. ja. jn. n.au txia. HoIul TOO SdS 115 30 AM IVaclCliy 8 948 110 Sf i ExraMiU Si3 MSB U0 4ft . d WaU&M M ... '4 .. Wtlu U SM -... KabttXa ... . is aa s ... Dally DUy Dilly DUy Dlj Satle&a. ex ec Ba Sum ,. " P"BU iiBitt J dliH - 39HB WtOftteK ......... ..... 60S .... 36 Yftbi&Fde ..... TU .... 3;h B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 4 October 1900

" " z ------.. - .. - yvs?'" . v i 1 . umcrnT vm ii tot to tt tvt. ; . I xiijjj iiwiiji jiji j. ivrjriHiiji;n . ... "-'' '- ' ' " '"-' ' ' . - y- - ' ! '. r i t i; j x m mtsuiu t ftT. .-si. VOLUME L NO. 100. HOSOLULtr; bl t; thuksday, October 4, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS .a r i? ,r J i M 1 lOlttSESMI - ifEll SIR DOLE Opinion on the Subject by Attorney General Dole. THE LEGISLATURE MAY LEVY TAXES CONTENTION THAT CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC HAS BEEN REPEALED. Territorial legislature Will Consequently Hare the Power to Increase Tax Bate if Fairly : Apportioned. The most important matter considered by the governor's council yesterday was that of calling an extra session of the legta'ature. The emergency to be met is a deficiency in revenues, and methods of Increasing taxation m the islands will be the big problem that the first territorial assembly will hare to1olve. The opinion of Attorney GeaT oral E. P. Dole, submitted to the governor's council upon the subject, follows in full: Territ...

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