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

J I V v -5- A .J. -J. . a. 4 4- hl I ll Attest: WM. KALEIHUIA, Secretary. 4 4 4 4 4 4- 4. 4. 4- The Union Express Co., Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 Kliit? Strwt Telephone SC. Wo movo safes, pianos uud furniture. Wo haul freight uud lumber. We feflll black mul white suud. Wo meet nil iucomiiiR coast steamers, wo check baggage ou all outgoing Btviuuers. W. LARSEN, Manager. 0. H. Brown, SANITAkY PuUMBER, Is now open or ousiness on Btreot, between Port tiud Alnken sfreots. listiinntes mndc on the plumbing line. Phono overything in MAIN 48. FRED HARRISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Attended to THE fl.Hanfls0nJIillG0.w3d Kawaiahao Street, Kewalo. MILL WORK IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Teluphone White 121 : P.O. Box 552 Orders SolicM Praipt Service. Ohia Wood For Sale. In any quantity. W. July 30 1900. Apply to O. AOHE 4 CO., 10 West King Street. Astor Douse Restaurant Corner King 5: Alakea Streets. Meals served at all hours. First class in every detail AH CHUCK E 4-4 ; 5 u rs ti ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 6 October 1900

1. X I t Miss M. E. Killean, Hotel Street, Arlington Block. J- S u. ' Ribbon Sale Our Store Monday Morning, at Eight O'clock All Ribbons Guaranteed to bo all Silk. Sou Our Price List. Nos. 2, 21 and fl 2t. " cents a yard Nob. 7 unci U ...:.. .,.,.... t.m,As 5 cents a yard Xo8.l2nmll6 ... ....". .. ..... 10 -"cents a yard No.li'2 Viy. cents a yard No. 250 15 cents a yard A Fine Assortment of Fancy Ribbons. .25 cents a yard See Window Display. Lcgj&&&) j$ if ' - "-V V'- JP " Monday, 8 a.m. -.;. kfM . jwixtiirtSS. TA aJg?jLgH r,fc ? i. ,iTV 'W . 'j. m -. ' ' ' . " a-.- . t - g - - ? The largest Ribbon Sale in the history of the Territory of Hawaii will commence in J. Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd. SUGAR FACTORS. IMPORTERS OP GENERAL MERCHANDISE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. m AGENTS FOR Canadian-Australian Steamship Line, Lloyds, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co. .Sortlioru Assurance Co. (Firo and Life). V , ". -- Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pionoor Line of Packets from...

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

.. "JtV" ST -. J J . r SEALED TENDERS Will be received at the olllco of the Superintendent Public Works till 12 o'clock noon of Monday. Oct. 8, 1900, for furnishing and driving piles for Sower Outfall. Specifications at otllccof Assistant Superintendent Public Works. The Superintendent Public Works does not biud himself to accept the lowest or any bid. J. A. McOANDLESS, Superintendent Public Works. October 5, 1900. DBS. COOPER 8 McDQNALD OFFICES: Alakea St. between Uolel and Beretania SU. 0. B. Coorsu, MJXiJ. McDonald, MD. Hours IHours 8:30 to 10 a.m. 10 a. in. to 2 p.m. 2 to 4 pan. 7 to 8 pjn. 7 to 8 pan. Sundays Sundays S to 10 aau. 1 to 2 p.m. Telephone 15 NOTICE. Dr. W, H. Mays has opened an otllco for the practice of medicine and surgery at 319 Beretunm street, nest hoiistj beyond Central Union Church. Telephone 603. OFFICE HOUKS: 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to 8. SUNDAYS: 9 to 11. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. HAWAIIAN UNDERTAKING CO.. Limited. The first assessment oi 25 per cent is called on th...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 October 1900

were ALL PARTIES SURE OF YiGTGRY HONOLULU FILLING UP WITH DEMOCRATS COMING TO CONVENTION. Republican Campaigners in Hawaii Sending Cheering News Their Stories Give Democrats and Independents a Fain. The republican spellbinders are meeting with ovations on the big island. They are finding paths strewn with roEes and it seems that the aemocrats and independents are dumping a few basketfuls on the way to make the march of Sam Parker to Washington a continuous pavement of bouquets. Lcttors from some of the boys directed to republican headquarters follow; "KAPAAU, Kohala, Oct. 5. Our delegate and party arrived safely on Wednesday morning at Kawailiou, fnjin which place we notified the vari ous districts by 'phone of our arrival. We left Kawalhae and went to We wore well received by our people there. Mr. Fraser entertained us at his home. Wo came from that place to this by train. "On that evening wo held our first meeting at Niulii four miles from here. Thoro were over 200 Hawaiktus at ou...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 October 1900

V.. CiJ.? '- ijw -a j - - $f THE HOXOLTTLt? BEPTJBLICASr, SUNTJAT, OCIOSfil 7, 1900. 1BT5 HOXOLCIX REPUBLICAN Published Every Morning Except Mao-day by the Robt. Grieve Publishing Company, Limited. EDWIN S. GILL - - - EDITOR TELEPHONED .Business OSce ilain -IS "Edhjarizl Booms Main 123 . Ea&ered at the Post Office at H. T malL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per Month, by Carrier I -75 Oac Year, by Mail S.W Sli Months, by Mall 4.00 Three Months, by Mall or Carrier. 25 .HONOLULU, H. T, OCTOBER. 7, 1900 "WEATHER. YXSTER.DAY. HmK ' Ulnlisjua Tn$rwr T8 tfecn. IAC&M Xhui ! 1'utct to ihe I7 Vhi ii-Ai!T- nivalin j n. VlSIai. WU3, D.nt 3 V 0. Vowkit roe Toox. LJrfcS, TurlftWe rtod ac.l e&lm. eaihr lair. KEEP ON GOING. On- sep wen't take you very far. You'vr cot to keep on valkinc. Our word woa't tell folks w ho you are, YmTw got to keep ou talking ; Owe luch won't male you erj tall. Yon'f cot to keep on growing One littk tid won't do it all. YouV pot to ktfp 'cm t'olnj:. Be Sure and Registe...

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

k K j I f Importation Dir .! u ,H. wi .i 1 i f I . t 1 1 ,,' .- It,- -I tit. I I 111 IV 1AM :iun!i .f )..- I. - . IKIUriUW'J.lihUtllH. llil tlTt!lV i U'l .. .I.J. Illtl'.lllli The Union Express Co., ,. Offide with Eveninpiilletin: thy JlOKIiiR Street -: ' Tel 6 j Mho1 80V we Is J J" .((' . .f.r: .-.l ! tii ..,. ul,i We nietst all incouiiiiK roast sJOJimers; check bjurgaijo on ail outbouir tonmvrsi0 trill l H i it ..Hi la., l. I .AKlti fl V."frA3&ENT ..., i,ll.,.l tit.-. !(. C. H. Brown, mi.AV tbevftv fM W tfi lltl SANITARY PcUlilBER, tii inn vmiMi , m "I 'I"!-- I.l uow oicu or oiMuncss on Ahikeit'streeU. -' i..iwl I Mil i Uil it , ..lli.lA on ovorvthii9t iti' the plumbing) iine. . j i ai j." Phone ... i2AHr 48. ,''K'l HlollHO Joking Promptly . inenfledte --J - LJiaFFisotilBillGo.Md .iiJ uosJjtlm Knw&iahao Street, KcwalQ, , I'm; Ji.!.M .4tii!'iu mA'Wft irfktf Its branches. Onhrs Solicited. Pmufi Service. vluj I (I u lol W tttl v4 .? ' 0hia lfil?1! In any quantity. Apply to m ...

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

ALONG THE WflAR The Three Wilis Announced the K . nau Yesterday. POW EVANS AST) INDULGED IN ABLE DEBATE fiats will bebarred Colloctbfi Stackable 1JE.0 4les SHE WAS TAKEN FOR k TRAHSPGB that hv Jfid been instructed to "issue! AuieritiKO. registrj' to all vessels Jlying tno and to Valve by tho boilers until such time as the chief of tho bureau bf -navigation had- time to send an Inspector here lor the The collector has verbally the Hwo- copaniic hera that tho .uavlKalioa laws, will make, ccnslderable change in"the "cdnductof lasseager business, and he has been Informed by Captain Clark, superinten dent of the Wilder company, that everything possible has ben done to stake the . vessels jof; the company comply with the regulations. The law particularly applying to the transportation of passengers reads as follows: "Every steam vessel navig&Uag rivers only, except ferry boats,, fretsiit boats, canal boats and towing boats s) STERLING The Waiaieale Beat the Kinau to HUo by Two Hourt E...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 October 1900

i sa )j si pq si. 1 ! I Still iiastfheiaicaJ I I I Y 9 I Y Y Y :fxuss:h Okhce: Room 4, iloDix Bju)ck. k-i:! &5i? j.js -?V, si-" -34 afefcW m HS UOoMnMjichjA 8lilAirOCli)BkR t 7, lfo I Tixepuoxe 70S. r?rmrn Chiffoniers i Chairs, Tables ' Side Boards Divans BUGGIES, RUNABOUTS, PHAETONS, SURREYS, Etc:,. - At GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. See our stock of ?" iKtS!iaiJjaiSU;fK3JEll5lPajSl aals&i P - f JRnpthcp fieeommodation for Oar Customers i i Jf Beginning with this -month we will supply J f? and deliver to our Customers free of charge. BSISJD, , CASES, . Stc, Y- t Twice a day, with their Groceries. This will be a good chance to try our famous BXSrcroES - - 4UKT3D Do not lose this opportunity. l DELIVERY "WAGONS, DRAYS, Etc.,' HARNESS, WHIPS, .and ROBES. Pacific Vehicle DAT BLOCK. & Supply Co BERETA2UA STREET. - - Next to the Fira Station. BEVERAGES SUPERIOR ANIMATING COLD LUSCIOUS CARKOtVATED JFOUNTAIN DRINKS (soda;water) NUTRITIOUS DELICIOUS REFRESHING IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE PE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 October 1900

i r "? 3 ' A. v A mxpwmsmm&Vi mmmmi m I ether notable facta tkl mppval to lh t f t A -4, ft HEMP SBIKIL ,MI,IIIHMIIIIII of .access TtfHM&rftfk ? If i .... i w .w.n m i : i i5H II WfttlTltf SOKIM Idistnct is "close in bow, but with the finonscenieii : IIIBI -ft (1 J U.iVJft. ! VXiOAXUaji ' 1 1 i i k in .UMVUili vhwivn - 4 ---' ---"- - ----- - v - K?rI;r1?W qft ipy fah.lBEtirHi'y111 A .V " 'I 4 i 4 4- 4 4- 4 4 4. 4 4 4- 4 4- 4 4 4? 4 "t 4- -i :. 4- 4 4 4. 4. 4- 4 Mependent1gmee P A E T T. rp T? . "R A TVT "R T. "R ML. i M-a- M mm j. . v Kcifpv In nroLectlon against finDtirfessIoiL. v a v IS y ; . "We pledge ourselves. W) resist the urthc Territory of Hawaii. ) j ! n 1 111 Ml) I Adopted in Island Convention ir, Honolulu, H. L, Junei", 1900. T .- . . . I Li ...I. I. ill h.a n .!.... ..C Iff. 1IKai ... ... v v, mat ne is euuuuu mui job . ,&, u 3 right to choose that which wld contribute to ., tUC. iAhTC bj OUU LJ.C his best advantage. We believe that .- aw i. m ... .. . "- rm...

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

f "it - t $ z t - 3 -v - y . -v" - a v. & r 3- i THE HOXOXXliTJ KEFtTBEIGAX SUNT5AT0CT0BEK 7, 1900. ! We Saridge & Co . FIELD OF SPORT REVfEVED NEWS OJT THE TOWK 5C Be Sure and Register SMOKE RENOWN f Coatiaoed frwa Fifth Pa. ladies, You are Qordially iQifted to jlttend The Grand Fall Opening On THURSDAY, FRIDAYand SATURDAY Oct. 4th, 5th and 6th 3well Parisian Hats and Latest Novelties in Hair Goods and Hair Trimmings. Also the Latest in Walking Skirts Will be on Exhibition. Miss M. E. Killean, HuM Street, Arlington Block. y ! : ! ! .j. J- ! V The Last GaV fop EHLER'S Big Ribbon Sale d&&r866 i. Store Opens Tomorrow Morning, at 8 O'clock See Our Price List. Nob. '2, 3 and 5 iyz cents a yard Nob. 7 and 9 5 cents a yard Nos. 12 and 1(5 , 10 cenjtsayard No. 22 12. cents a yard No.30 15 cents a yard Ji Fine Assortment of Fancy Hibbons 25 cents a yard See Window Display. fefe jft&ttf?' . .TL-'i $ Rj( i i - j, TJieo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd. SUGAR FACTORS. IMPORTERS OF...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 7 October 1900

$ 8 tarn 1 mMtammmmmimr Jr I - L rt w. ' &M" SEALED TENDERS Will '.H! received at the otlleo of the Super ut ndent Public Works till lil o'qIk 0011 of Monday, Oct. S, 1WQ, for fi ro ibing and driving piles for Sewer Outfall. Soecil! nuu6 at otlici' of Absibtant 8uinut aulout rubllc Works Tlie Superintendeut Public Works doe not btud himself to accept the lowest or auy bid. J. A. McOANDLESa. Suporiutondeiit Public Work. October 5, 1900. DBS. SODPER 8 McDONlLD OFFICES: A1aou St between Hotel and BoreUuila Sis. O. JJ. CoorKB, MJD. J. McDonald, M J). 2Iour iHours 7 8UW to 10 tun. iu n. m. to -: p.m. U to 1 p.m. 7 to 8 p.m. 7 to 8 pan. Sundays Sundays S to 10 tura. 1 to U pan. Tolophone 15i NOTICE. Dr. W. H. Mays has opened an otllco lor the practice of medlolno and surgery at 310 Burutauia atreut, next house boyond Central Union Church. Telephone 60S. . OFFICE HOUBS: 10 to 12, 2 to 4, 7u8. SUNDAYS: 0 to 11. ASSESSkENT JTOTIQE. HAWAIIAN UNDERTAKING OX).. Limited. The firct assessment...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 October 1900

I c -A 4 THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN VOLUME L K0. 104. HONOLULU, H. T.TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1900. PKICE FIVE CENTS 1 BOARD OF HEALTH WjMflKUR Forms Salient Feature of Party's Platform. SEEMED TO TOUGH POPULAR C80R0 frlnce david nominated ut a whirlwind of excitement A Popular Demonstration Never Equaled on tho Islands of a Territorial Central Committee. .V ringing platform ie the main feature of the of me democratic territorial ooBTeutiim belli last evening. It in tbe first part? to take bold of aud declare itself oc lire local issues. Prince David was nominated for delegate to congress, of twine, and tbe rest of tbe Inisintnts was done in a perfunctory manner, though there were Home Ihely contests over the selection of Hard workers were in demand. Chairman McCarthy called tbe convention to order promptly at i o'clock, with John E. Bush as interpreter into the nnthe tongue. Col. McCarthy suggested that tbe first order wan tbe choice of a toaiKrary chairman and be was elected In a half a m...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 October 1900

t 'i THE HOKOLTJLt KEFlhtLiaVK. TUESDAF OCTOBER 9.1000. i mi1 m .. W - - THE nOSOLl'Ll KF.l'UBLlCAN. Pabliahed livery Morning 4&ept br lie Root. GdeTpiblIsbjf . lag Company, MuitiL Jr 4 EDWIN S. GILL. - - EDITOR TXERHOXE. """BKsIncsa TJISceTr. ..ilaln 21S Editorial xEonis Main 123 Entered at the Post OSce at Hono- l& IL T., as second-class mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Per aionth. br Carrier I .75 One Year, br Mall 8.90 Six Month, by JIail .. 4.00 Three Months, by Mall or Carrier. 125 nosr olulu, h. t., October, a, isoo W2ATEES YESTERDAY. l Tat-ar 75 CJ (Wr". KUksua decrwa. gmtTinri Tnpcuift J &&. hns -54 1 : S p m. VMbf PUnt the I7 T k4. Jttwesv 1 V 8, SouUirrljr ma vsSerly a.nm andetpodi. per fcur turn rain to rvnjwn FOB DELEGATE TO GOKBRESS. (I nexpiml Tenii Wtn SAMll.L l'AUKKH FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS. I Full Term i7th Congress.) SAMUEL PARKER. FOR SENATORS Island of Oahu. W. C. ACHI. CECIL BROWN. GEORGE R. CARTER. CLARENCE L. CRABBE. FRANK PA HI A. HENRY WATERHOUSE....

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 October 1900

1 The Union Express Go, Office with Evening Bulletin. 210 King Street -:- Telephone. Sfi. We move sates, pianos and furniture. We haul freight and lumber. Wo sell black and white sand. We meet all incoming const steamers, wo check baggugo on all outgoiug stemuers. W. LARSEN, Manager. G. H. Brown 3 sanitary plumber, Is now open or ousiuess on Merchant street, between Fort ana Alnkcu streets. lititufttes nuule on ovrythiti in the plumbiug line. Phono .-- aMN 48. FRED HARRISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER MMng Promptly Attended to THE A. HaFfison JWiliGo. Ittd Kaw&iahHo Street, Kow.ilo. MILL WORK IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Telephone White 121 : P. O. Box K& Orders Solicited. Prompt Service. Ohia Wood For Sale. lii airy quantity. Apply to W.C. July 90 1900. 10 West KingS Astor House Restaurant Corner King & Alafcca Streets. .Meals served at all hoursT Firsts class iu every detail fAH CHUCK. Proprietor. muuviiiiij iiiii vuuuiuu, itvi uuiiui uaaim ment will be shown anywhere; they are our...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 October 1900

I T i If ALONG THE WHARVES Hancock Arrives From 'Frisco in Steamer Time. CAPTAWi OF MAY FLINT SUSPENDED HASTHEPEfEKEW SCHOONER R0SAH0HD 8HBTJKK IX SIZE? The Adams Coming Here The Ventura Launched The Freight Order Causes Discussion Late Coast Notes. I net fiam'n his " f a& revk. srrriwl ber citJj womftu. .ec days mtid tn hour from Jan The rtal artfaoril refinm! to fui ibe mail ( hr. a they aaki (he It hi would lt br bvr. and the Bewi;n.' did not wwil tfcelr uraal 81 for the rea.on that it wa ot tort that the vW was roinc l M Uvrr. GaiMaiR Strut is in rommaiMl of tbe .xfaip awl Captain Itradley is the in The truofM aboard mijrt about 1.200 iwu. aif told. They tNMiK of companies of the and four ooBwniej of the infantry tkredi. Hides there are eome wmin ami atom one wariiHw and sixty pin)lov of th qnrtTwatT dartiaint teanwterji. packers and mechanic. I). II. ithodes in in eharze of fifteen t;mirtij:er atoard tbe trantiwrt, who white Iwre will dUinter tin todies of all the fniJed St...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 October 1900

!.!a fi t Tel. 6S0. Orpheum Block. Grocers. DAT BLOCK. BE - -- '-.A-v & . - .- - -,Sf-- 5 r?" n, ts -a. J" THE HONOI.TJEF REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1900. sssbbsssssssmsSsssbsbbssssi r MtalKss4.s!ueafttKaBcer.RA;3Rm sSfrnaJsHssTta s a Still in the iiead i Another fleeommodation for Oar Customers Beginning with this month we will supply and deliver to our Customers free of charge. JF512SS: . BREAD, - QAX5EQ . Sto Twjce a day, with their Groceries. This will be a good chance to trv our famous BTJrJ?E5l . . A2TX r , (SROCSUHS j SALTER &, WAITY t ia t j t cw si4 ca ira w ts; i?a Ha ca Ba tri ts ci ( i & Supply Co. BERETAJTCA STREET. - - Voxt to the Tire Station. VERAGES SUPERIOR ANIMATING Room 4, Model Buxsi OOL-D LUSCIOUS CARBONATED FOUNTAIN DRINKS (SODAIWATER) NUTRITIOUS DELICIOUS REFRESHING IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE PERFECT Great Variety of Flavors Novelties Added Frequently, Our Vichy a Special Feature Natural Fruits Our Own Selection Our Iqq Cream "par Excellence" the ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 October 1900

- s. .4. A 5- f v 3- "J- 3- 4 -i T ir " THE HOXOLTFLTJ REPCBtlCAN. TUESDAT, OCTOBER 9, 1900. fr H v PLATFORM OF THE Independent PAETY, Adopted in Inland Convention in Honololtz, IL L, June 7, 1SU). PREAMBLE. "We believe that all goremineau founded on an Independent basis should be assured o without oppression. We believe in ec.ua! rights and freedom for all the people. "We believe man was born with a right to be Independent and that erery person Is equal In the eye of. the law. We believe that he ia endowed with 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 pecure equal rights for the people, by the people and of the people. Equal rights for ths peopl is the motto adopted in the platform. "The belief of the Independiint party is that the successful candidates In the legislature cf the Territory of Hawaii should strive In every way to secu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 October 1900

ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS jfe falHIHfe? AGENTS FOR ETeryone knows the? Royal Worcester No better Cor&et Valueanywbere. AT GOSTk TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY. . SATURDAY Oar Entire Stock to Eelect from for the remainder of this week. ?: .- No time to lose; only 5 DAYS remain in which toj'avall yourself of thia Corpct Sale. Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. .Canadian Pacific RtjlajCo. . ' ? .fSN October. 9 OctoberJO October 11 i-s .'October 111 ft" October 13 --'" EHLER'S Big Ribbon I Sale Continues Our ltibbou Salo hns 1h?o:i a Tremendous Success. Store Opens Every Morning, at 8 O'clock Jl'herojirq Mill good values. left. See Our Price List. Nob. 2, 3 and 5 2. cents a yard Nos.7and(9 .v....i 5 'cents a yard Nos. 12 and 16, . : . . . ,v. . .-. .. . 4 .10 cents a yard No. 22 .' i .. .1 ....".. .i .1'2j cents a yard No. !50 . 1 15 cents a yard A Fine Assortment of Fancy '-Ribbons 25 cents a yard . . - . See Window Display. &.&&4A2 We 'Invite Further In...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 9 October 1900

r r ffc l4 , . I"' BGRY'S Violin - Studio room 1, love: bldg. o o E A IM J jjpHIIIIIIIKw GAS & ELECTRIC CO., Ltd MAGOG BUILDING, Corner Merchant uud AlakoH Street. itcmfc Hat sour bread and make yourself and children sick when you can get tho very best and most "wholesome bread in the city for the same money from the No England Bakery. Their delicious cakeB. pies, broad, are made of tho beet a No. 1 material and by experienced white workmen: If you try our bread once you will uso none other. Mtw Eifiiii laktry j. kwali una, PkoBe74 FurnisliiriLg Dept Boys' Washing Suits About a dozen different styles; all sizes in Crash Galatea, etc. 65 cents Boys' Shirt Waists. Lowest price. GET A RAISE IN WAGES. Telephone Boys Roturn to Work t Increased Salary. Thr ouns iiun of tho tolophonc cr with two vxiviitiun. rej .r.iivl ? Int u.slu. The ooa ian ncviiltHi to their (Jt'tnuiid of lmri?uit:il t raw 01 vi;in i . ixr inoutii. iw ut 1 lie Iks, TrnnL llnwtlioino mid Hcnn Imusun. rwiiMNt to retu...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 10 October 1900

i u 1 Constitution Followed the Flag Judges Galbraith and Humphreys So Decide in Edward's Case-Judge Frear Dissents. Supreme Court Takes Position That When Flag Was Raised Here on August 12, 1898, the Constitution and Laws of the United States Immediately Applied to Hawaii. - v r " 3 - : ? "'' JSS.a'flfrJTIimtfr jsr x n JMPy THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN:- VOLUME I, XO. 105 EOXOEULU, H. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS J I . .? 3 i vr 2 most far reaching decision and one that will be commented upoiithroughout the length and breadth of the United States was rendered, by the Territorial Supreme Court in the Edwards case Justice Galbraith writing the opinion and Judge Humphreys of the Circuit Court, who sat in place of Judge Perry, concurrin g. The opinion in short holds that the constitution came to Hawaii with the flag. That when the United States flag was hoisted over the-Islands on August 12, 1898, by the representatives of the United Stales and Minister Sewall read the proc...

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