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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 29 June 1900

- - .r .- t J& . - a r . ' t ! . i '.: :r 3?"aNigaygrq - 'it" It THE HONOLULU BEFUBICiN, FBIDAY, JUXE 29, 1900. ? I 5 C xo &BB '' "si 'ITt ": " JIJJ iw - , V-.W V - T. " ' n' it -i ' " " j v - - T ' 8 RESIDENCE SITE IN HONOLULU iH B lk WHB n9f iB H p3HBP HBKk Hh I8E ! li9B r v lfl 1 y j i ... - : rt ..'.n 5p -s INVITE YOU TO VISIT THE MOST DELIGHTF Wv - - "e- s ." This tract affords a Magnificent View of All Parts, of the City, also Scenic and Marine Views of Exquisite Grandeur at every turn. &' 5" is nearin order. Heat, or -i- ' " I ;e- . - : . t.V if-' T."1 ' ,, '?, jr k UR ELECTRIC RAILWAY J .4' completion and it will only be a short time before the line is in running aving an independent power plant Iwe are prepared to furnish Lights currrent for other purposes to all residents on this tract at very PUSE 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. ; TH...

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. — 29 June 1900

r v. ;2T fiHWfGT iOUR . e 1 shirtwaist: HAVE ARRIVED THE e e e LJ TEST M. BRASCH & CO. fti!ill!!lfl!iiiilnilfll!!llililinil!lli!li!ll!finnflrllin!lf!l!!l!illlt!il!!illin &&v itof.r 1 y&$3$!$&X-!i$& Shampooing, Scalp Treatment, and Massaging. 1155. n. E. KILLEdN Parlors under tho supervision of Miss ARnos Smith. ArlriRUM. Block HOTEL STBEET Wo have just opened, THIS Waists the choicest and most "Select" creations in Black and Colored Silk Waists ever Displayed on the Hawaiian ' sbnds. All osrer Laces. Wo fool that if you see 'lis Exhibit, and rosist buy- ig you are beyond on as they are simply works " art. Wash Goods. Our Stock in this Depart- nt is now complete and is 11 worthy your inspection. Mens' Dept. i this Line Wo claim to ho Loftdors both in Price Quality. Look the Stock and bo convinced. ? ' 3w ycr &h, 3TTU Off YE' W TOURISTS As well as our home people can get the very latest Paris and New York Styles in Hairdressing At my Oni - lArp Our nflior c...

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. — 29 June 1900

r 4 Vi & "UTS' s- -"" - - f ,' fc. EHE HOXOLIJLTJ REPUBLICAN, FBIDAX, JTT5E 29, 190i 'AIRCHILD'S AND L -v .. - . A. E MURPHY & GO'S -'"' , , :k"rvv j. T. i . " - "1 I 4 T -V .' -.--. .? - jftretrfo'r TS'aleH at 50 CENTS ON THE v B, ;KKRR & COMPANY, Who bought them at One-half their cost and now Public at One-half their value. CORNER FORT AND H8TEL Malaria and mosgtjitos. (Contiuued from Puge 1.) noMtuito himself, about which far too tittle i known. "Ah! tlile Is not the only string to oar bow of experiment. Cven should we coma out iu health after six mouths la that wretched place, some people might any that we had shut out some other cauee of malaria in guarding against the mosquito. So we will make Bother test "You understand, of course, that not every mosquito carries malaria; that a mosquito to he dangerous iu this way must first have bitten a malarin patient and drawn the germ from him. also that this germ goes through a certain volution la the stomach of the . quito...

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. — 30 June 1900

B volume i. so. is I LOVE FEAST OF m iwcii i IIJK - V. THE I I0N0LULL1 PUBLICAN, JUKE 30, l&K) PRICE FIVE CSSTIS HOSOIXLC, H. T, SATCKDAT, THE REPUBLICS Scenes at the tion of McKinley and Hoosevelt. ENTHUSIASM SHOWN DELEGATES AND SPECTATORS CAItBIED 3Y THE ELOQUENCE OF FORAKER. Story ef th Final Day in the National Gathering of the Grand Old Party aV" Philadelphia. rtmJDEumix, Jane . MeKiniey was aaaatmoosly re- far PraaMeat of tte Ualted by the Republican National Ooavefttioa at 1:4 o'clock to-day. aad a how aad tea minute later Governor BooaeveK of New York u selected to stand beside bin in tfce flooring battle The scenes attendee til lalecttoni were ttmuKuoua. Saoa muutlnotu demonstrations la aaiax of the nominees of a national caarantfcm hare never been equaled paakasa In the history of polities in this cotmtry. It was a love feast, a ratification meeting. There km a line setting for to-day's speetaewtar drama. Bright peonies at oltlMr ead of the stage made two bOs of color....

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. — 30 June 1900

-V " ir' . t 't II tub ahblbu? luranttGAft PubHihci Urnrr nta&Bxwipt Hon dftT r U Grhms PoWIf ing CeafK&y. LfmitaL i KDAviN & OUW4 - - - - rnrfrtD . .J.,, TKUSHIOKB&: tixutmem Ofltoe... .4 Editorial Rooms .1H .. -. .v- w . h H. L aa audi. I STBSCRJPTION HATES" I if ll. BJ V.WDW oe Year, by Mail 8 ix Motttto, a? Mali 4 Ttrv Moata. by Mail or Carrier. 2S fOSOIXLU, H. T, J02TE , MOB. CHB JfOSTXNZES. 1 'WttThtier mad Hftwevek. What a teatblBathM f all tbat fa fet aad PM AiaerMaa ciOzeneMp is Dtaiae4 la tM9 two men who wen cboaea by tbe Repabtfcaa National CocrenUon at Paibulelphfa as the pargrV candidates for President -lm WUHam McKinley. the son of an froa Amador, worked bis way from the rank step br step until he reached tb aJcfcest positloo uader the American GovenraMat. Ruler of a natioa of !. sort Una sweaty millions of people. . . ha has saowa JUnuelf well fitted to with tb world's greatest aseawTflaldeat duriag a war with a VnaIa power, be ha seen his country iii....

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 June 1900

h (MA DEFIES THE WORLD. SEE. TEOOPS OPPOSE ADVA2. OE OF THE AT.T.I7ST? JTOSCES. Saraaos Stghtta? at tfce 2&kK Onaaay t7xses that xaat Begin. LONDON, Ja 2. J A. JL The R- rl rJnK fare rr'wrt oa'lde P- top tMr Mwrebig ys tb baa3l s onxgoftteat of &? Dail- oxprwa. e.c1 mmety togaa U atlM Uw ; . ti ca two aMn, employing muotovs TLc form tpfmrentiy arrired in tfe Hick of List fc the Cfciaec sseort that tlae aUMk upos the legations bad been Soccsally mwed. On the night of , Aib' 1 ife Cbisew troope under Tttuu Fk Stang and Tubs Chin? tSkd Uw legations and Ft oh Arc lira Kurojwwi twildtesf. Nothing xUt is knows as to tl result. - fim wires dOttoecU&c wiia the harbor Mines were cut oy the boats of xke warsbips the night before the neoc It is aow reported at Shanghai Ohu. It was on board the Russian BTMtsar Koriotz, and not the that the explosion occurred, and wouuding more than fly. It is reported that ao fewer than 700 Chinese' -were killed in the forts. ' CHINESE TROOPS FIBE O...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 June 1900

r -"- . v y - -.o) iT w -. g J- "T " . ! fTHE HONOIiTJEO BEPGBETCLaN, SATURDAY, JUKE 20, ISOo. , u e vl AL05TG THE WATER FROST. Kew Inter-Island Mail Contract to be Made. IAUXA LOA FROjL IV. If A io. 1 HB 3TEA5IBR CHINA COSIES BOWK ON COAL ALLOWANCE. "jEba HIB Take the 3aagalore V ia Tw A JDeparts for J Poet of XcBaltrf , Other Items. ' to W7 fcort Baited Slates poaal aataorttfe will call for fda lor carryia & betweoa the btaada. The awil regalatioaa are very atrki nard!a ta nmniag schedule tof tte awfl kMU. and the new system. wm to foree, will awsaa a great deal to ta tteamaafp coMpaniea. It has bM ta habit of the ateamers to leave awil at a port oo'toe other Island, no matter wather taer was anybody there t receive It or not The new order of talaca will not pormlt of this any long atal tt tl person oeUUod to receive 'k u.j Jil 1. . . ihu lamlln. In nvllrf u ,1. . iMrM it will be i. uvv .r..,. - carried on u the next port. Many tfcaca, hurt aa a steamer has been ready to Hae p...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 June 1900

A I 'N v "W Jteft&ttasBaiajsinaisassBifcsaJasa & ... ; 1 I i-n r - f Ml-1 , . ;l ONE OF THE BEST Places to get 2 1 SALTEE & 3 2 We have just received S ind -Staple Groceries which 2 " IMPORTERS AND and Furniture a fresh lot of Fancy we invite you to inspect. 1 I 1 Groceries is at WAITY'S ar I 7 I 680. 2 Telephone gJirji5aRapj5Piifaifs?JiP3tRFRa?.,cjsa53Ssia?u The Porter Furniture Co. BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS Chamber Suits . --- - , Chiffoniers Chairs, Tables Side Boards tHvans ' China Closets Extension Tables Direct from Eastern Factories DON'T FORGET That when ordering POMMERY CHAMPAGNE you are being served with a Superior Article of the same cost as other Champagnes, for notwithstanding POMMERY is sold at a .... - T 1 T -- VCJ' case titan outer wutuz, the same price. w. 0. PEACOCK iltf Thee. J: 2 DFALERS IN Upholstery considerably higher figure 2 1 J?n rtl jyrH t 4l)ifl 77 nf lb u o (' " x i fe CO., Sole Agents. I ? Co., Ltd. FACTORS OF MERCHANDISE. MERCHANTS. FOR Stea...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 June 1900

ip - " aaWrs!eBBStP(M4jsitar - - - - xaw&onns Kiiiiiiiii 'I'hiy' . ufasffxaatri. - - 5 t& THE HONOLULU KEFUBUCA SATOBDAX, 30, 1900. , ,Ai-' L& .t n YOU WW AauBI Til E2vrxcysr VIEW ALTB ;iF SO, WE.COBE iNvr T-i" RESIDENCE SITE IN HONOLULU x ... ,, . , - -..-.--- ' ' " " ' ' -V. ' " .'---- " ; - " j" ;- t - ,'" -- r - This tract affords a Magnificent View of All Parts of the City, also Scenic and Marine Views of Exquisite Grandeur at every turn. - ' - v- ... V "t. i - : v R ELECTRIC RAILWAY ,.r 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. .JSJ. THERE ARE NO MOSQUITOS ON PACIFIC HEIGHTS if "Witli tlie c...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 30 June 1900

r: -.,.-" jt&r -V -1' 'I? - -"' 1SB ftOSOLCLU HtffctfLlUA, SATCKiA, rJlfi SO, 18C0. TlL EOABBMAITS SAB HA'W'ATTS BKL&GAXES HEWS OF TH3 TOWN Lfc?." sTOHir m cobiit. tfc Xa- i. s. urn dry mm eo., ut ? Hart SrsrsU Cfctss for f 1Rl; t ih w ttvnSAt &' -MAW -s J Plague SseaHc'd by Seifc Against tasl Cani2Sinissmxu 3ltiaf st tJie 3rpfeeaia ibis after- me r corLES' r Rovibess inriMs 35 Allj 4 On -I 1 1 MX 1 il -"n, 3 11 E1k V 3 a fil Kr - i VA felftX iMiltfT ruin IJfnlllii Tii ATEJT . 17 55v 12s apm a;i i irit OaR TOiDOW &UFLT Q? a m -v WMlSTSf HAVE ARRf it? zZi e -s. VED STYLES ON WEWI HCV LHCE. iniTfninTninitfitihnnittiiniiHfmitiifffiitinniiiiii YiftititifTnniiTnfffTTnr p y mj t -- i -" x. j - tr c l .:'- mH TOURISTS As well as our home people can get the verv latest Paris and New York Styles in ' Hairdressing At my Shampooing, Scalp Treatment, and Wlassaging. ni55. fl. E. KILLED x xlrdressimr and Maniatirinjr Parlors under the supervision of Miss Apnes Smith. H0TEI' STREE...

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. — 30 June 1900

3 I , . , ;H,!j'frvffffV:r r? , :. : ttfflfrra lffHMffig?Wff?iTOa i inch, per sot of four wheels...., 1. inch, per set of four wheels li inch; per set of four wheels li Irich;.pcr set of four wheels. If inch, per set of Jour wheels. ---V " THE HOKOLrLTJ BEPUBETCAX, SATUBDAX, JUXE 30, 190Q. s . ' ' FAIRCHILD'S AND ? A. E. MURPHY & GO'S vCn,:. -for 50 CENTS ON THE "fi s. la- Who bought them at One-half Public at One-half their value. CORNER 'THE IDE AX. AMERICAN Continued from l'age 1.) bis Democratic opponent. Judge Augustus Van Wyck. and was oloctod by a plurality of about 1S.000 votes and was duty inaugurated at Albany on January J, 1S8D, Governor of tho State of Now York. In 18SS Governor Roosovelt published a book upon his Western experiences as a ranch owner and hunter. In 1SS6, the year lie ran for Mayor, he wrote the -Life of Thomas H. Benton" in the American Statesmen series. In 1SS7 he wrote the "Life of Gouverncur Morris. In 18SS he wrote his very popular jgfRaach Life ...

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

r. X .Sj." I V'jrKI ..,..-.- -p - , inW v - Ifan I safe's w . -- 4n - . frS - THE HONOLULU republic YOLUirr L XO. ): HONOLULU, H. T, SCMAYt JULY 1, 1800 PRICE FIVE GESTS. BRIM TROOPS .IRE (Mil UP. Hamilton's and Bul- ler?3 Forces to Unite at Heidelberg-. LEADING. BOERS PACIFIC EBCPLOYES OF 2JETHERLANDS RAILWAY COHPAXY ARE EXPELLED. England Becoming Aroused Over the Grave Political Situation Existing in the Cape Colony. LONDON. Jane 23. The War Department has recolved the following dispatch from Lord Roberts: "Pretoria, June 22. Ian Hamilton's rolnrnn reached the Springs yesterday, en ratio to Haldolburg. where they will join bands with Bailer's troops, who leached Paardekop yesterday, and will lie at Standorton to-morrow, thus opening up communication between Pretoria and Natal and preventing any joint action between the Transvaalers and the people of the Orange River Colony ' report from Rusten-burg that be found the leading Boers pacific and cordial on his return Journey hence. Co...

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. — 1 July 1900

I .1 f ) I K M v m't t t& V 5 , r, if JBsr&Vs ;i THE HOXO0CCLT??EEPDBLTCAX, SUSDAT, JTJLT I, 190X & . ble tfce THE HOXOLUr REPUBLICAW Published Every Morning Except Monday by the Robe Grieve Publishing . Company. Limited. EDvTltK S. GILL. - - - " EDITOR. TELEPHONES: SeeiaesK OSce .473 Editorial Rooms .123 Entered at the Post Office at Hono lulu, H. L. s second-class SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pc Moatfe. by Carrier 7 OM Ywr. by Mail SOO Six Mootis. by Mall W Three Months, by Mail or Carrier. 2a HONOLULU, H.T.. JULY 1,1100- WHAT OF THE FUTURE? Hoaolulu will reap the benefits of annexation at a rate hardly dreamed of by er oWer residents. This is manifest to every keen observer on the Isl ands. It te especially nouceaoie iu ; every man from the States who looks ovor the conditions existing and knows bow interost in Hawaii has been aroused throughout the union. Trade statistics show that the new Territory is remarkably rich, and when one stops to consider that modern civilization I...

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. — 1 July 1900

. 'j TO AFFIX RE?EI0E STAMPS. XOCAX AGEKTS KATE IDEAS OF THEIR OW2T ABOUT IT. XttnFrom the Internal Beveaae Office Stajnpt Explains affaaccr cfAffiTtr.gr ."." t t t V oa Stoat Transfer. Snio C tie pteaudoa agest; are ustaK tt the wssaer im irhfck ilia UMttft States suuap tax oh transfers Cf stock sfaotrid be paid. One day U srpfc Collector Ilnywood called upon Use looaibers oC tb Hoooiultt Saxsfc R&e&fcace. daring a sewfon, and ike atetfeod of sSxtog stamps. Tfco agoatt aoakiag transfers hare rdTas4 to transfer stock unless the United Ststes stamp xxed to the cwtflleete tamed to the purchaser.. Tliia trts not the war intended by the but the agents refused to lie i; otherwise, claiming that thar dW not ak thcmeetTes liable in tfet tor the non-payment of the tax. Thte Modftlon having arisen, Palk of the Honolulu Stock addressed a letter of inquiry to the Collector of Internal Revenue, stat ins the poaitloe taken by the plants- , tis agents, to whtea tne xouowing rftffty -was r...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 July 1900

!; SfKS ?S t; 1 Comafoadeale TW Re- jwbitcsa.) SRAJsClSCO. Jaae Hawaii was to become a of tbJe Galled States greatly data shipping oa tab) Coast, bat taat the fact baa been I sad Mjwii i remarkable activity g IW uasspottation cooiaaalea, 4wrj evidence taat not oai a iaeroaae in boateeaa to aM9i baVilbltoatiatUiOD Will be keen. ritain the past 12 moataa oearly 100 barka anobarkeatines bare been toy Near o.-k owners to PaciiJr t partlea. nnd if the rate of tcOaii&Bct it will not be very long fflMst the entire sailing fleet of Tailed States will hare its homo & Franciaco and Honolulu. The porehases were the Emily Reed SuUIeoger, abipa. by Rolpb ft Co. of this city, who ut them in the Hawaiian trade. witt load coal aad general diae for tSe lalaads until the open- of the sugar season. The from New York to after her discharge will j delivered to bar new owners at thL art. Ifer captain will be Captain Piltx 1W of the baiXsnUne William Car- oa, JIae Smily Reed aad the Isaac Ssed are...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 1 July 1900

.X... ."5 -: .. - . h. k-' . ,,. . w a sJ'm: ami HniiiiL yes- oig 1 1 jSSV & FORT IMPORTERS OF DRY GOODS MEN'S FURNISHINGS Popular Prices Prevail FOR SALE. Draft. HaraeM tad Ssd&elieHa, Plaalabon Metes, Bis Braft TOv Hrfts Sadole Jfek, " M. ISA.- V TCJU. Chkkeaa. & 4&y MODERN &y Jy WILL WY or MARSH. Ltd. STREET AND at X , iloga, TT.V? c?y LIYERY, SELL . COMMISSION Xe. everything in oar Kaoe. the Nor ycL the lasl to lay the old aside." WELL which invariably corner to a wan ait? It caosos him to wonder what HmS "KASH". dressed meo. Very Modfett re the $lt seacoo. Out windows bell about tlma. ' to liv In, or to give in, ' borrow, or to get a aula's own, world that ever was knowm the doar old world is lwf tryjap to forgot of ours TO HE PRAX&. And, you more thai "yor motley a worth." it Wo give you one hundred cents worth TIME. Ask some of yothr 'f rinds Crash Suit for Men Coat, Vit.t and "KASH" Two Telephones 00 and G7C St. and corner of Fort aad Hotol Ste. For a...

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. — 1 July 1900

s,.wh.JfriiViM rtiriw' "? " TOffi jffOXOECLTj TSEPuBIOAX SuSDATfTJLYri; " 19GO. WWIM I !! II x:&- -4 jys - - 1 VTT Joe 5wPi mV Aflpli LPftsfekli hHf B fcJSiJMB IHHHpB IH B b 3nE B g VA B B m H fc Jm W "W1 IT nMlf m VIEW V AiM WW IF SO, WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO VISIT THE MOST DELIGHTFUL i ! RESIDENCE SITE IN HONOLULU l2aziassE ihTi nrari n ,-5-;- -S - OlltfS - h - SOKSI " ' This tract affords a Magnificent View of All Parts of the City, also Scenic and Marine Views of Exquisite Grandeur at every turn. V -V - - - - , ; v- .-; s. v p- is nearing completion and it will only be a short time order. Having an independent power plant Iwe are Bleat, or eurrrent for other purposes to all residents on t -. ., h. R ELECTRIC RAILW Y ;& 54. .- ' 1 A . the line is in running ed to furnish Lights, is tract at very He rates. PURE WATER is something every householder wants. Our Water Supply conies from a mountain? .. spring l,POOfeet above sea level and is absolutely free from all impuritie...

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. — 1 July 1900

K -," . 5 j" tJ" -"it- A THE HOSOEDLU EEPCBEICAy, SUNDAY, JULY 1,-1900. fifiRUNGTOM 'fm&L& 3 .gfefe. OUR giifi'Tr wjf HOW M rj .sT CZ n vs. .IWU IMyi HAVE ARRIVED THE . . . LiTEJT STYL S- bhasce; & co. Of 3W MfUIY OF !SW LUCEJ. "uiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniinnniinniinnpin nnnnnmnnnni TOURISTS As well as our home people can get the very latest Paris and New York Styles in Haindressing At my Parlors. Our other specialties are Manicuring, Shampooing, Scalp Treatment, and Massaging. tt!55. n. E. KILLEdN alBlressinsrand Manlcurinsr Parlors tinder the supervision of Miss Asnes Smith. aXemh ta H0TEL STKEET V have just opened, m HIS tli Choicest and most 'olrcci Silk Waists ever Waists. "Select" creations in Black and Displayed on the Hawaiian Aii. j rev Laces. ! We fcol that if yon sec. this Exhibit "and 'resist buy- j ;,,., ,mn irn hnvAnrl ...e v - tion as thoy ro simply works of art Wash Goods.. I Our Stock in this Department is now complete and is woll worthy your inspection. "...

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. — 1 July 1900

xjL. xL. ,'--V- Are for Sale MURPHY&CO'S SHOE STOCKS at OOMBIISJED 50 CENTS ON THE k- -SJ -".- In the Shoe Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets; , By their New Owners. ; L. B. KERR & COMPANY, Who bought them at One-half Public at One-half their value. CORNER It Saved His Baby. "My baby was terribly sick with the diarrhoea, we wore unable to cure him with the doctor's assistance, and as a last resort we tried Chamberlain's Col- j Ic, Oholora aud Diarrhoea Remedy," says Mr. J. II. Doak. of villlams, Or. "I am happy to say it gave Immediate rolluf and a complete cure." For sale by all dealors and druggists. Benson, Smith & Co., general agents, Hawaiian i Territory. ! ' HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu, Sajunlar. June 30, 19CO. JIM Asked American SuctirCto W Ewa Plantation Ouujviny MV, S6,V lUwntlRU 315 Hawaiian Susar CwniUMir. 31S). Z llnuotuu Sucnr Ooniivmr HtuiofcaA Sujrar CkmipAnr 32,V Unlku bucnr Omuwaj 2S0 Kahutm l'lantAlloo Company SI KIIhH rinutnlltin Co.. UU.. A....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. — 3 July 1900

- SJ, their wives and friends. Arrangements are cot complete, as I the directors of the Y.iLCi. did cot meet last evening; bat when the com- i mittee that has ths matter in hand gets to work, they are expected to ask for a. tea or twenty years, lease oa tne i property. la that event, they will be i able to build permanent cottages, plat the ground aad sell lots; and ere an- rolls aroand another American institution will have been planted on Hawaiian soli the renowned summer Chautauqua encampment. The proposed grounds are up Manca valley on the banks of a creek which wiH afford aa elegant fresh water swimming pool. On the sides rise hills cf easy grade, where cottages can be erected. At the base liss an excellent pleasure ground. In the background rise abruptly high steep hills. From the site is a view of the harbor aad the surrounding hills of Pacific Heights, Punchbowl and Diamond Head, which can be appreciated only by these who have had the pleasure cf driving homeward from upper ...

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