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HVnNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU.lt. T, MONDAY, FF.B. 3, 1902.
Walker Commission's Reasons
Situations nml Help Wnnteel
YOUNG man would like to do book
keeping for two or three small
firms; refirmces Address I), Dili
letln office 2060 lw
YOUNQ man from California wishes
position ns stenographer. 11 11 I.,
llulletin office. 205S lw
YOUNG man, 30 years of ago, desires
position as night watchman. Henry
Kaumal, Queen cor. South St.
WANTED lly a German 22 ears of
age. position as drlcr of nnj kind,
well acnualntcd with city and out
tide districts, also engineer helper
or oiler. Address. German, this of
lice 203S lw
WANTED Position by Joung man asl
coachman or any kind of work E.
V. A. C, llulletin. 205G1W ,
WANTED Position by joung export-!
enced man as bookkeeper or sales
man; best of reference Auureia
II. H- Bulletin. 2031 lw
WANTED lly an experienced ac
countant, a situation in tho cltj ;
has been 15 jears on plantations in
these Islands, but now Intends to re
main in Honolulu; first class refer
ences. Address I. X. L., llulletin of
fice. 2032 lw
WANTED lly oung man, cxperlenc-1
eil as bookkeeper or clerk, position,
first-class references. Address r u. .
WANTED lly a joung man from tho
Const, position as shipping clerk;
best references II K O.. Bulletin.
wanted liy joung married man
work of an) kind C F , Bulletin.
WANTED Position by joung woman
as nurse or goerness for children.
A. C, Bulletin 2032-1W
WANTED Position b joung man as
bill clerk 11 A Bulletin.
WOULD like position nswa,chmnn fqr SALECnIlforna c hM
r R!.Miny mld,lloaB0'1 m?oVlw, "no singers Enquire Madame Lam-'-
I'"""1"- l ber.t, cor Vlnejnrd and Punchbowl
Ill.tlYCn llnal.lnn W nll-M HfltMl. ' 2055-lW
WANTED Position ns night watch
man, best of references, ndustri
ous. Bulletin 2031 lw
GARDENER German, prnctlcal un
derstands gardening In all Us
branches, wants situation; prUnte
family II F. Bulletin 2052 lw
Ads In this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15c
Per line, two Insertions 25c
Per line, one week 30c
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
tver ottered the people of Honolulu.
SPECIAL NOTICE Bonds furnished
to nnj amount for the man holding
position as guardian postofllce oill
clal or nny oilier position of trust
Honolulu Imestmcnt Co 2031 tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Kxpress Co. has WHITE aAND FOR
SALE. 1S tf
WANTED-rwo rooms, iurnlshcd or
WANTED -A bookkeeper Address
N X . ca e Bulletin ollicc, gling rel
crcuces and stating salarj.
2055 lw !
WANTED A small dynamo, from
about 10 to 301lgbt capacity Ad
dress L D, Bulletin office lslw '
WANTED Property owners to know
that plate glass can bo Insured from .
any form of breakage at The Ho
iiolulu Inestment Co 2051-tf1
WANTED 500 men to shato for 15c.
Jeff's, 43 King St., flvo wlilto bar
bers. 2011 tf
TO LET. I
A RESPECTABLE lady can secure a
centrally located room by addiosv
Ing K L this office Uofercnip?
A THREE BEDROOM COTTAGE for
merly occupied uy .Mrs iiiniicno
Walkjns on Matlock Ao I? offered
.-... . I. it tlnnsi t'nf i iniisn JT f'n
jui mil nt ii,"j "'""'" "-
. rw-rr.... v., . 7TZ
run ns.ni ..h - -
Place. Beretanla St
imquire l i:
King. .Cottage Groe King St
TO LET Furnished room, with or
without board, electric iignts, etc
727 Lunalllo St. 2000 lw
iO LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
glo or en suite, tlrst-class table
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Beretanla St.
2038 tf 1
TO LET I'urnlshed rooms at Mrs. i
McConnol s, Garden lane. 2055 tf
TO LET A good four room cottage,
with kitchen, bath room and modern
eltv nnd ocean Ann y to A. II. It.
Vlelrrilll Sillier St. above Punch:
bowl. 2050 2w
lu uli uoomy ouiii iuu, wmi uiuoi
Iioi or Clllil wmur uuu uu muuciii
Improvements 'all at Silent Har
TO LET neslilenco of J Cnssldv,
Walklkl furnished good mthlng;
vacant Jnnmrv 10th Apply Wntor-
houso & Pndmnro, Bethel and King
FOR RENT Largo furnished room,
h. 11. .nn .. l.llnliAn ninn Miin
"" "1. , n. ? ' in
rooms. Fort St. House, cor Ino-
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, en
suite with prlvllego of. light Iioubo
keoplng 714 Fort St. 2058 1m
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrlal edition Is three cents to alt
parts of the States.
' .7Vir..nn T. iW..." of tlmo, consldcilng tho population and and is also seen In miniature on new ''""" ","""'""' , "!". ""- ' The value of tho
V"",..'"" Jr. mr.'.;. ''p the dlsuinw between ports on the On., scarf and stick pins. The work on "'"" ""'" " 1 u. 'tt"V '""?'"'. .."? 1 recordB In Paris.
E"T".'. ".'..', ;,""",..? ..,, .lrn islfi these small articles Is oxmilsltelv fine. "". '"" "' ". "" "'""" 'k---..i e-oveie-u or elsewhere, all of w
JU. ji ouuui.il, om vauiuijvii uiuiv, ---- -- ... .. , , uuiri nuur nur limine, wncio Htio Dili ft ..nnofm-fci tii, i
ni rnr h SHKi-iii. A fthort limn no ii nnu nlant ns In- licit buckles n tlioso (IrslniiH, In ......., r , n .ii " V .. tiansrorreil to llu I
. 1I11 ....1 !. It.. ..!.. Cn. T"sAtinVi (ivni nn ntil rnon flnlfill ill A Pl-V .. . - . .. ' II I ill U 111 iV "
Aeln. will he Inserted PliXH.
WANTED linmiiunti v experienced
Indj boohkiipir iHnu Box-155.
WANTED Two ong ladles for can'
dy store, references II T.. Hullo
WANTED (lermnn girl to tako caro
of children. I II. Bulletin.
WANTED Yo mg girl to do general
housework A M llulletin.
FOR SALE ltccllnlng rubber tired
go cart, almost new. Fnqulro 150a
Tort St 205S lw
FOR SALE Farm of 1C acres, with
house, all Improved and fenced, at
Honokaa, Hawaii, $1500 House and
lot, Kewnlo, 30x100, 800. Houso
and lot King St., 00x120, $3000
part mortgage, part casli Lease
hold, 20 jears on King St., near LI
iilm, 77x200. Houso and lot Munoa
Valley, 77x200, $1200. Ono lino gen
tle driving horse, suitable for any
lad). Inquire S. Decker, with W. V.
Wright, King, cor. Soutli St.
FOR SALE At n bargain, choice lot
or fcrll9i ,)aimSi erotens and other
plants. Hnqulro 12D2 Young street.
walklkl of Pilkol. 205'J lw
FOR SmLE mibbcr tired go cart al
most new Enquire 13G5 I ort St
FOR SALE A medium Blzed black
gelding, sired by Son of Sutnii,
shOWS Speed App J Jim Dodd
Bcach Place ..7tf
FOR SALE Cheap Near electric
car line, a in ni iy new modern C
room cottage, lot 50x100, electric
lights, porcelain bath, sanitary
plumbing trees on ground; $200
cash, balance on mortgage and in
stallments Address J. II. Cum
mliigs, Postoflleo 2057 tt
FOR SALE Furniture ot 5 room cot-
I tage, all first class, easy terms;
prlWIogo of renting cottage. Hn
quire llrst cottage on Emma Square
FOR SALE CHEAP 18 jear lease of
newly built cottages and 1 nowl)
built stable (00x30 feet) on Iauoa,w' L- TLETCHER Importer choice
mad near bridge, with following In
eluded, C fine hoises, 1 surrej-, 1
new hack, 2 pair slnglo harness, 1
pair double harness, 1 earrlngo pole
A bargain nt $3500 Inquire of JOS
Pill AS, Fort Street, opposite Haek
fold's. 2031 2w
FOR SALE House and lot. dcsirablo
location on Prospect Street, and
commands fine lcw nf ocean from
Diamond Hcnd to Waianao moun
tains. Houso has 70 foot veranda
nnd contains following rooms: Don
bio parlor, dining room, threo bed
rooms, pantry, kitchen, bath room
and water closet. Stables and ser
ants' quarters on premises. Ynrd
laid out with fruit trees, some of
which are bearing Slzo of lot ICOx
120 feet To bo sold on easy terms
luqulro of JOS. FUIAS, Fort Street,
opposlto Harkfcld's. 2031 2v
r0R SALE-Horse and phaeton: Iiomo
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
! dress It. M Duncan, at Bulletin of
fice. 1991 tf
FOR SALE Old papers, 10c a bundle
Apply at this office. 2035 tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
NEWLY furnished suite Inrgo. airy
rooms, tablo boa id if desired 141
Beretanla St ls2w
THE LOS ANGELES 1623 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable 1930 tf
LOST A black alllgatoi pocketbool:
containing $10, papeis and receipts,
between Bcietanla and Nuuunu or
Emma or Vlnejaru Stamped W. J
Gallagher Inside Klndei retuin
same to this olllco 2s lw
L0ST-Many thomnnds of dollars
turoURn neglecting to havo Btock
I ... . . .. . .
, sufficiently insuii.il uonoiuiu in'
l estmcnt Co represent lour of tho
strongett fire Insuramo companies
(l ,1 tf
FOUND Tho Canton Marino Insur
nnco Offico Ltd ,
at Honolulu In
The I.lhue Soda Wafer and Ice
works of Kauai In In a most prosper-
oug con(ton At the unnual meeting,
".M recently new officers were elected
"u J -""- wu "'"' iiiemuem
It was announced that tho business
done for thirteen months was $25.000,
a tremendous business for this space
When tills plant was first or
dered, the Ice and soda water com-
puny was not In imposition to pay for
the entlio thing und io dedded to bor
lly some hnppj chance tho machin
erv was delaved a lone tlmo before its
final arrival In I.lhue In the mean-
tlmo fno works had been munaged so
wcj uy jjr jni8 ilut tjle nraount the
company contemplated borrowing was
ma(,o ( by (,io 6ac Qf g0(,a wflter am,
iiiuuu up uy
ice so mat mere was no necessity iur
tho borrowing of any money
T)ie works are now on a basis thnt
ha8 cxccei.cil tho fondest hopes of the
"""".Men and I stock cannot bo .
r('11 e,cn V the announcement of
niiiiirn nun ine i.iii.miiv ui t-ii liv hi- l iliilii iu.i i't j w iv. iiuii'iii hi v j i niina rifii- irinni u nr nil iirnimn inn
A. Q. CORREA Attorney at law; 68
Merchant St.. next to noitofflcc: Tel.
F. M. DROOKS ..ttorney, rooms 9 10,
Sprcckcls bldg, Tel Main 341.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney, IS Kaa
humanu St ; Tel S1 Main
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorney at-Law,
109 Kaahumantt St
GARDNER K. WILOER-
law, Kanhtimanu at
I. M. LONG omres 333 Campbell
bklg ; Tel Main 278
E. J. WALKER Coffco nrokcr, room
4 Spreekels bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1180 Union St, opp.
Pacific Club: sundries, etc.
MCDONALD &. LANGSTON Contract,
ors nnd Builders; 118 Union St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness i
and whips, Bcrctanla near Fort St. I
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
ELkS BUILDING, 010 Miller Street.
THE KASH CO., LTDlwo stores.
23 27 Hotel St nnd cor Port & Hotel.
. , r.Tl.. kin r. iiio-rnem-i-
COLLECTIONS AND mPJUSTMENT,
H. G. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr.; Com
mercial Law and Adjustment Agen
cy, rooms 10-10 Magoon bid. l'ei. 328.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHw-S Dentist,
1151 Alakca St olllco hours, 9 to 4
DR. DERBY rort and Hotel Sts ; gas
administered, painless extracting
DR. C. B. HIGH Phlla. Dental Col-IV.
lego '92; Masonic Templo; Tel. 318
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3. Mott-!
Smith bldg.; hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR.T. MOTONAGA 40 Dcrctnnla St.;
olflco hours 8 a m to 4 p. m.
urcss patients, nno linens, wuiio
goods, lnces nnd trimmings, Illch
ards near Hotel St
W. BEAKBANC Card cngrnlng and
stamping room 2 i to bid?.
PACIFIC TRANSFEP CO.
Main 58 Main.
J. H. LOVE, Mor.
NIEPER'S BAGGAGE EXPRESS 722
Fort St.; Tel. W'nlto SI and Main
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St, opp Wnerley blk . Tel.
G21 Blue, pkgs called for and del'd.
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Bnggago express
and drnjago; Tel Wlilto 921.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Chll and
electrical engineer, office, 1J13 WH
der Ao , Tel 3441 Blue
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young
Men s Institute, meets every second
nnd fourth Wednesday In the month. I
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St near Ktikul (Iroceiies,
Fruits and Tobaccos
GOEAS Beretanla near Frnmi
Tel. 2312 Bluo.
8. J. SALTER Succes'or to Salter
Wnltv: 712 Tort St, Orpheum blk.;
Tel. 081 Bluo.
F AV E I ROS Groceries:
Wnlklkl of Bmma St.
Oct vour periodicals bound nt the
CVENINO BULI.nTIN'8 Bindery
MY LADY'S DRESSES.
Bewitching summer hats aie already
cttiactlng ohs" nnd "ahs" of admira
tion from udmlrlng frmlnlnitj. Thej
'aie masses of lace, tulle and lloucis.
Ilfre Is one designed foi a nlmunt
brunette. A tonuc of red tulle neaily
covered with ilch rid velct gera-
nlums. A largo bow of black tchet
trims tho back. A toque whose bilni
Is composed of violets has a e.on of
ii i V
turquoise blue pnnne and n crush bow
of broad, boft blue ribbon ni the back
A toque of pastel pink tullo has for Its
only trimming n largo tullo chou nnd a
draper) of white lace, embioldeied In
"Art Nouvcnu from Paris" Is the la-
i,el rremtrnttv seen on virions collec-
Uri ITlllllcimy Been nil luiiuun luuei
tions of Jewelry and llttlo fancy arti
cles Tin j gold chatclalno minors aie
ciiaicidiuo minors ui
They aro In old roro
finish and many of tho designs are both
1 hrautlful nnd Interesting, Tho wll-
lowy njmph plnjs a large pnrt In them
lareo und Introdiico tho art nomcail
i?ni linMil n.mn. A.-ni
maiden In startling positions A gold
buckle Is composed of two Je.ellcd sci-
pents colled In many r!nr,s
Linen batistes and grass linens come
ES llleh US $2 ncr ard. but tllCl nr
things of beauty and rervlce-iblo as
well They are ciossed by silk 01 s.i-
tin stripes In cxniilslto pntteins and
colors Tho stripes may be very nnr-
row or broau, or irregular iiiosoimv-
,Dg lMUate 0rrntai colorings are en-
Tiny black silk buttons tilm effec
tively a soft silk waist of changeable
pale green and mauve Rous of the
buttons ornament straps on tho stock.
cuffs and border of the front plait A
salmon pink silk waist with fine tuck-
CITY SHOEING SHOP J W. McB-on
nld, Port St opp Club Stnblcs.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King fits Tel Main 228. P. O.
rAl itrnnwiA UAPWPSpf SHOP--Fort
8t , opp Club Staines, r. u. uox mi.
REIS & QUINN
Tel 290 Main
-King St., near Port;
HAIRDRESSING AND MANICURING,
MISS M. E. WYNN Illchards near
Hotel St ; halrdrcsslng, shampoo,
manicuring; Christmas novelties In
Hawaiian curios; icl. 521 Uluo
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg Jeweler and
watchmaker, 530 Port St.; Lovo
bldg J latest In novelties.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
VICE Union St. nr. Hotel.; Tel.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor, Mlgnon, 1024 Beretn
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music furnished, Metropolo Ho
tel, room 12, Alakca St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio Lovo bldg, Fort St.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest in millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg., Tel 204 Main.
MRS. HANNA Fort St.. next to Uovo
bldg ; choice lino of now millinery,
trimmings, etc , agent for Buttcrlck
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
H. POULSENi alntlng and paper
hanging, l'crrltory Stables, King St.
DR. SLOGGETT Djc, Ear, Nose and
Thoat; oiaco at Hyo and Har Infirm
nry, Atnkea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRCD. W. HODGINS Hj-e. Ear,
Noso nnd Throat only; office Alakca
St . lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
office hours 9 a m to 4 p m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAV, M.D., CM.
-520 Bcrctanla Avo ; Tel Blue 3351
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 24S
Berclanln Ae Tel Bluo 821
JUDD &. CO., LTD. Building lots nil!
residences for sale, 307 Stangcn
wnld bldg . Tel 223 Main
M. G. SILVA Agent for real cstato
nlso to grant mnrrlago licenses;
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Mntn 115.
p. E. R. STRAUCH Ileal estate hand
led to best advantage; houses rent
ed; loans negotiated; houses built
nt lowest prices; 32 Campbell block,
310 Fort St . Tel. Main 278.
AMY LENNON Stenography
typewriting: 13 Kanhtimanu St.
I STRAW HATS.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St. nr Nu-
uanu Felt, straw pannma hats
ALDERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
I pnlrlng- F.U.R bldg, 010 Miller St.
J. p. RODRIGUES Merchant tailor;
722 Tort St., opp liackfcld "bldg.
'CROTE &. CRAMER Tailoring and
repairing. Union near Hotel St.
ED. A. WILLIAMS Undertaker and
embnlmer- Fort St onn Club Stn -
bios; Tel 52 Main: res.. 1482 White.
' J. W. A. REDHOU8E Watch and
! chronometer maker: 7 Merchant St
ed joke and sttnps stitched In blaik
, ,t, .1 ii .iii'i iiv I'Hii Jiui 11 nun uiiciuuii u
lias a nauow black and while eoid and ,,, ,lin,lPrt, jtH.,more of Am,.ri
a close low of tlnj penr! buttons ids- rn 1C8strj between San Ftnnclsco
Ing hunt plait, slot k and cuffs lnn, Panama These steamers on the
Tho fetching silk petticoat emeiges Atlantic and Pacific constitute the
peilodlcnlly from its retirement to
flaunt In thu shop windows Just now.l
' pending tho ariUal of snrlnc gowns,
It la very mueli In evidence. Its prln-
cipal fcatuio Is profuso larc Inseitlon
put on In a variety of Ingenious wajs i
A pink silk petticoat has a deep llounce
..,.,.,.! .. ii i i i i
comiosed of dl imond-shnpcd pieces
mads of rows of Insertion nnd bands of
silk, a full laco rufllo finishing the hot-
torn A turquolte bluo petticoat has a
('.ounce of vertical strips of flounce In- J
HMtlou nnd silk of the sanc width,
"l0 ""nce of n wlilto s.lk petticoat.
It. composed of alternate lows of white
.,,.. .... . , , ... .
"-inn liiii.ijii mill nil i; ir.Ni'riini :itii.
es lime thn inaordnn- ii i i i,..
l"-m of urecK cnains, van l)u,. points
" "roups of simple geometrical figures
"'"l- DU " "eniimrui. in spue oi
,. , ... .
Marsden J Perrj of -rovldence.il.
I., tho business partner of Senator Aid-
rich, Is said to havo In his library tho
best collection of Shnkespentlana In
America It lias COSt hllll moid than
A gold tlaia, Inlaid with C 50,000
woith of diamonds, given by nn ltai
Ion )adj will bo presented u the Pope
noxt year at his silver Jubilee.
David Rankin, who owns the lnigest
farm In tho world, located at Tnrklo.
Mo, In 1901 sold 7539 head of cattle
The Eveulng tlulietln 75 cents per
Recommending Panama Route
Washington, Jan 20 The Prcsl-
dent today sent to Congress with a
message, simply of transmittal, tho
supplementary report of tho Isthmian
Canal Commission, In which It is
unanimously recommended that the
offer of the New Panama Canal Com
nnnv tn m.ii nil nf It rlchtu nrnnertv
nnd unfinished woik to the United
States for $40.0011,000. bo accepted,
The Senate ordered the report print-
ed In the Congressional Ilecord and time oi nciuai naMgauoii nnu nue m
also as a document eluding delays for winds, currents or
After quoting the correspondence
which passed between tho Commission
and the omcers of the Panama Canal
Company. In Paris, tho report sajs-
"Tho totality, without exception of Its
property and rights on the Isthmus
(mentioned In the cablegram of Janu-
arysth) Includes the following classes
1. Land. Not Built On.
There are fifty-six parcels of land
to which the title rests In tho canal
company, amounting to about 30.000 nicn is increusius ""' ""
acres, which, with the lands belonging t'c ports and tho west coast ot South
to the railroad company, cover nearly America the Panama routo has the
all of the ground required for the nc- advantage of about two clays. : and be
tual construction of the canal tween Gulf por s and tho west coast
2 Buildings ot South America the Panama route
Tl.nm nre Kohednlort 2431 lmlldlncs. has the advantage of about one dny.
divided among fortj-seven sub classt
storehouses, hospitals, shops, stables
and miscellaneous purposes Among " """- . , -.
them are two large permanent build- The Panama rou c is an old high
Ings In Panama, one used ns the head- ,co"lra,er; aI on.s lcU no con
quarters residence nnd the other as sWorable Industrial dc lopment Is
the general office: largo general hos- Kcly to occur. D jrlnR tho . Mnstruc.
pltals nt Colon nnd Panama and sever- Ion of a enna on tho Nicaragua rout
al Important bulkllngs at Colon, bujlness rola Ions '"J "
These buildings are furnished '"', Cota H' and Nicaragua which
3 piant I would likely continue. Coasting con
There Is an Innnense amount of ma "Htlons Indicate lijglcnlc aantages
chlnerj consisting of floating plant at Nicaragua, although equa 1 j- effj ect
(tugs); launches dredges, etc. ve sanitary mcasuies must be taken
4. Work Done. in both cases.
Tlw. ..tr.n.ntl.. nln.ti' ninnmnlUh. I COit OT anSIS.
ed upon the main canal, which will be The offer receded from the Panama
of m.1.1.. In the plan recommended by Canal Company, to con ey a Prop
the Commission, was carefully com, ert IncludlnB Its In crest . the la.
puted and was found to be 30,389.905
IWUUU IU UV U,UJW
cubic jards. A temporary dierslon
of the Panama ltallroad nas been mode
at the Culebra cut. which also must bu
it.i .i. . iin,i r.
materials and the same unit- prices as
i.. i... i. ,.niu..i..A ui. i , on
lil 1 1 ii JiHt;i (.'siiiiiuit-9, im iuu w
per cent added for contingencies, tho
vnln,. ,.f tim nri. ,lnn,. Ib fnim.r ,. he
Value of excaatlon, $J1,020,CSO,
Chagrcs llvirslou. $178,180, Ontun dl-
erslon. $1340 4.. railroad dlxorslon
(four miles) S iuti 000 totnl S '2 895.
$.'S, contingencies, 20 percent, $4
"yni'5 Aggic(,ate, $27 171,033
5. Panama Railroad.
Of the txlbtlug 70,000 shares of the
stock of the Pnnnma Railroad the formeily belonging to tne old corn
company will transfer to tho United panj Its predecessor, has been consld
States all but about 1100 shares crcd and nnswercd In former repoits
These latter aie held bj a few Indl of the Commission, but in view of Its
lduals residing In vatlous parts of Importance In connection with tho
the I'ulted Stntes and Durope At par present, Uo results of the lnestlga
the value of the 08,3 shares to be tlons made will be again presented,
transferred to the United States ! the The new company, In audition to Its
canal company is $(,,SSC,300. I canal property acquired under n con
Against this property are mortgago cession from the Colombian Oo em
bonds to the amount of $3,139,000 Of went, owns neailj nil ot tho shares
this amount the company owns $871. or the Panama Itanroad company Bj
ono. which It has pledged as collateral pmchaslng these It obtnlned control ot
fni- llu ilnl.te I.. Ihn lmn Pnnftl tho Concessions Under Which the load
I Company named below, nnd It nlso
I holds In Its treasury $1001,000 subject
to sale or cancellation, leaIng out
standing In the hands of the niihlii
$1,504,000. The bonds bear I 12 pet
cent Interest There nro outstanding
5 also $'juii.ooo 6 per cent sinking fund
subsldj bonds but this liability Is an
amortization of the annual pajmcntl
of $223,000 due to the Colombian Gov '
einmeiit and Its concession for tho
period ending No ember 1. 1901 The
lnllrnad company owes $9S0.91? to thu
Panama Canal Company, mainly on
account of the coiihtructlon of the pier l
at La Boca I
Its total liabilities therefore, aro
$2,490,918, not counting tne sinking
I r...l ..i.nl.i.. I. ..!.. - ..i.i.i. .1... rt-
Bl,l,B,u? i,ini, iui wint-ii me cu
1 ,u,"u'u" uuturnmiui nas recencu cue
beneut and for which It should mnko
allowance to tho United States In the
negotiations for treaty rights. Its
cash assetb on Jauuarj 15, 1902, were
It owns three passenger and
freight Btcamcrs of American legls-
try of approximately 2000 tons each.
l-.A. ,1... n.. ...mm 1. l.r... nnn.n...l n
Panama Railroad an I Steamship Com
panj The rnllioad companj owns an
undivided half Interest In the Islands
of Nnos Culcbia Perlco nnd Flame n
c,)- ' U"' na" "r Pnnnma. the Pacific
Mnl1. Steamship Company being tho
olnt owners. Besides Its right of waj.
term nnls, wharves and eon dercblo
rea8 of ,an(1 mM llom h
wnoIo of u,e ovvn of Coj , l0,1(.l3
,i,ori, b,,ng LOn8trueted under leuso
Tho railroad company hi no upeia.
tlon contracts which canno: bo term!-
unto In nlnctj days.
The work of constructing too nml
will largely Increase tho 'ji.smestt of
,i, ..ll.,,.,! ,i l,l i. ,
-.- .... h.... ....u.u ,s ., .j v...
Its liabilities In a very few yorti s. Alter
, com))Ieton of thc tani U ,.om.
,,, 'nflfa , ,,.hnl., ,, .....
lt wM ha0 n me'meldentnl to opor-
, 6i MapSi DrawnB1 an(j Records.
on the Isthmus
hlcli nro to bo
lilted Slates, Is
' oumiiuiiK "P im "'Icroihb Hums, mo
total value of tne piopei ty is found to
i Fxcavatlon done. $.7,174,033:
.nnaina Ilallroad stock (at pir). $0,-
e,M,,3oo. maps drnwlngs and records,
$2,000,1100 Total, $JO,3C0.333. I'o
lllilfh nilil Id imp runl In enver rnm.
missions $3,C39.CC7 total, $40 000,0(10.
I r'10 ,IX8t "cm '" Intended to cover
any buildings maehinery. ralhoad sta
tluns. nddltlonnl excavation to date of
purchnso and other assets, which may
1 be of value to the United States nnu
iwie- uui iiri-ii iiiiiimi'u in iuu inner
itCmn , .u m,
Comparison With Nlcaranua.
1 ho estimates of construction of
the Nicaragua canal Is $45,030,704
moro than the cost of completing tho
Pnnnmn canal Tho estimated cost of
maintaining and operation Is $1,300,000
greater at Nicaragua than nt Panama,
Tho Panama routo would be 134 0
miles shorter than tho Nicaragua
route from sea to sea, with fewer
locks and less curvature, both In do
.grees and miles
I The estimated time for a deep-
diaught essel to pass tliiough the M
caragua canal was placed at thirty
three hours, as against twcho hours
lor Panama these estimates Doing me
Uarhiioss n me passage were mncio
without Interruption about a day could
l aed b) the Nicaragua over the
Panama route by ordinary steamers
handling commerce between our Pa
clflc porls and Atlantic ports, and
about two dsjs bj steamers of the
same clnss trading botw6cn our Gulf
Ports and Notth Pacific ports. The
'uc, advantage of lie Aicarag a route
V1(I '" leB,9 1,l.ll,c caB0 f ,h,e fasl;
high powered steamers, tho use ot
Tho trade of the western coast of
South America Is a very Important
one. which has hitherto uccn In Luro
nma Itallioad, to the United States,
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two canals as follows
. , r!?,'B 189 SGi-oa2- Panama,
The transfer would give title to all
"" la"'1 " '"'I ,,1'.,1,0,hnt-P?nI!!?
mnui uuiiiiiuii) umi iiiu i uiiuum inn-
- - ., . , . - .Mi,.
i nd Companj which Incudes ncnrlj
a the laud needed for the construe-
tlon of the canal. The land held bj
maie names ai .MraruRiiii im. w
acquired, and Its acquisition maj
Panama Route Title.
The qustlon whether the new Pan
ama Cnnnl Company can make to a
purchaser a valid title to ti.o property
had been built The latter concessions
will remain In foice until 19Mj. the
canal concession Is to run for nlnet)
Mne eais from ti.e dny on which the
canal shall be opened to public sen ice
and the date for this In the concen
" accurains " B hucm ewi
Is October 31 1910
Passes to Colombia,
When theso periods expire the dlf
f.--.-nt piopeities nie to belong nbso
Intel to Colombia without compensa
tion nnd the Qoeinment is under na
obligation to extend either concession
The canal company is absolutelj
prohibited u cede or mortgage Its
rights under any consideration what
ever to any nation or .oreign govern-
.... i i. ...r..i.... . -PI...
nu-ui. unu'-r pi-iuiu; m muvuuic m
coniraci wmi mo ruiiruuu compiin;
contains a like prohibition, and de
elates further that the puln of forfeit
me will be Incurred b the mero net
of attempting to cede or trausici its
privilege to a foielgn government and
siuh an act Is declared uubuluiulj null
nnd of no value or effect,
But foi the puiposc of permitting
.1 11. ....... ., Hnnnl f-n..,nn., n
wit- lll'n milium viiuui tuiiii,uui t,
vMeT llpLm tlle negotiations which
have leeulted In the piesent offer. Co
lombla has waived theso piohlbltions
and has authoilzed the comnanv tu
treat directly with the United Stntes
with a view to the use and occupation
of the terrltois of the fotmei for ca
nal pm poses If our Government should
select the Paimma louto foi an Isth
After the old company fjlled a
liquidator was appointed bj the
Knih cou ,0 ,a rh o( ,
,,,-,,. anu nffalr8, Wle thu nett
companj wur foimed ho wns author
Ized to contribute to It the rights, pilv
lieges, plans, documents, plant and un
finished work In bis hands and under
his control and In consideration ot
this grant he was to receive w per
., ,,,- , .nni. nf llio nlnr
wc.i. v.. ... wv- ,.w.w w. .w ....
nrUe aftei deducting all expenses and
r,aiges. stipulated dividends to be
,iin,i i him nmnnc tin. nnrtln.
in Intel est.
Authority for Transfer.
The Interest of tlio old companj is
s'lll under the protection or mo liqui
dator and he must be a party to anj
arrangement that may be entered Into
for a sale 'and eonvejanco of the
propertj nnd as ho deuves his au-
munii iium mo iiiuuuui iuui uinnm-
oil him. his action requli es the sppiov
al and confirmation of tbo court The
mpors before tho Commission shons
that the liquidator has agreed to the
proposition nnd thnt he Is acting un
ili.r mnirlnl nutlinrlll
A deed to tho piopeitj executed by
tho canal company and tho liquidator
requlies tho appioval of the Clovein
iiimit of Colombia, because of tho mo
hlbltlon nlieady referred to in tlie con
(cbsIoiis. and lor tho further reason
uiiu me ii'iiiiuuu uivus wu,vvv diioicj
"' l0 frayC,8, eac1' f ?8 f,,?k.?f !!!6
companj fully pa.-, of which It can
not bo deprived without Its consent
Such a tiansactlon of titlo thus np
piovcd would give to tho United
States tho same right titlo and Inter
est In the pieiulses that the now Pan-
nma Canal Company now ha, but It
would not bo sufficient. iio existing
concessions thus purchased would bo
valuablo on y because their ownership
by the United 8tatcs wou.J tcreoio
the obstacles In tho way of ncgotuv
tons between the itwc (governments ifor
tho occupation of Colombian territory
bj tho United Staics for canal pur
poses; but these concessions arc un
satisfactory and insufficient nnd a new
arrangement must bo mado if an Isth
mian canal Is to bo constructed by our
Oo eminent across tho Isthmus of
The grant must not bo for n term of
years, but In perpetuity and a strip of
territory from ocean to ocean of suffi
cient width must bo placed under tho
control of tho United States. Upon
this strip tho United Stales must havo
the right to enforce police regulations,
presene order, protect property rigiitB
nnd exercise such other powers ns nro
appropriate and ncccssnrj'. Tho busi
ness relations between tho united
States and tho canal company nnd tho
Colombian Government must also bo
settled and tho consideration to bo
paid by the United btntcs for the priv
ileges and lights to be exercised In tho
future must be agreed upon frco from
nil embarrassment with lcfcrcnco to
The Commission has no power to en
ter upon negotiations for the arrange
ment of these matters, they belong in
the treatj'-mnklng power, but the ac
ceptance of tho terms offered by tho
new Panama Canal Company seem to
bo conditioned upon their satisfactory
Tho advantages of the two canal
routes lime been restated according
to tho findings of tho former report.
There has been no change In tho vlows
of tho Commission with reference to
any of tho conclusions then reached,
but the now proposition submitted by
the new Panama Canal Company
makes a reduction of nearly $70,000,-
000 In the cost of a canal across tho
Isthmus of Panama, accoruing to tho
estimates contained In the former ro
poit. There Is howeor, one Important
matter which cannot enter Into Its de
termination, but wlilcn may in tho end
control the action of the United States.
Tho reference is made to iiio disposi
tion of tho Oov eminent whose terrl
torj Is necessary for tho construction
and operation of an Isthmian canal It
must be assumed by ine Commission
that Colombia would exercise tho samo
fairness and liberality If the Panama
route Is determined on that hao beeu
cxpiesscd by Nicaragua anu Costa III
ca should the Nicaragua route bo pro
'i. lie report concludes as follows:
After considering tho chnnged condi
tions that now exist, and that all facts
and circumstances upon which its
present Judgment must be based, tho
Commission Is of tho opinion that 'tho
most practical and reaslble route Tor
an Isthmian canal, to uo 'under tho
control, management and ownership
of the United States,' Is that known
ns the Panama routo."
The report Is slgnefl by tho entire
The State Department will now pro
ceed to arrange a protocol with Mr.
Slit a, engaging Colombia to approo
the transfer of tho franchise of tne
Panama Company nnd to make any no
sliable extensions of tlmo allowance
tor the completion of tho canal and In
the life of the lease.
HINTS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD.
To renovate n black dress or coat
that lias worn shabby, sponge with
equal parts of Ink and strong tea This
method has been recommended as In
fallible. Celerj with cream Is an cxcelttn dish
for luncheon, especially as celery Is
now at Its best. Cut the celery In
pieces an Inch long nnd stew for nn
hour In bolting salted water. Serve
with a sauce made from half a pint of
milk, thickened with a tablespoonful ot
butter and one of flour and seasoned
with a half teaspoonful of salt and a
To remoe tea stains from china,
rub the spots with a little whiting
Gilt furniture may be cleaned with
n mlxtmo of alcohol and P.no whiting
blended to form a cream Applj a lit
tle at a time nnd do not let tho Vaste
remain long enough to harden If tho
mlxtuie should adhere to the furniture,
It ma j bo removed by rubbing n llttlo
clear alcohol on thc spot
A delicate, delicious flavor Is Initiall
ed to cranberry Jelly by adding one
half cup of raisins to four times the
quantltj of cranberries Put the rai
sins over (he fire to stew In about two
cups of cold water, and when tho water
Is reduced about one-half add the cran
berries nnd sugai and cook In tho ordi
Oatmeal should not be the Invariable
breakfast ceieal Change occasionally
and. If fruit or oatmeal must be left
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meal' . . . .
For tho cozy comer which s recog-
( nlzcd as a necessity In nearly every
' nousenoiu in incse uajs oi cuiuiun nun
convenience, old-fashioned Cambridge
calico Is utilized where Inexpenslvo
drapery Is desired The fabrlo Is very
effective, with background of dark
brown or black Bprlnkled with tiny
figures in green, red and buff color,
and It can be used to advantage as a
chair or sofa covering.
Glazed chintz, with Its gay floral
decoration. Is Just the thing for tho
wall covering In tho geneial sitting
loom or even In a nursery, for It Is
wnshablo and Its brightness Is not
easily dimmed The designs nrn
showy and small and tho background a
6uft cram tint
Nothing exceeds thc nrtlstle effect nf
Slngaporo or Cairo lattice wliere dra
I rcr of thc open mesh order Is desired
, ', ...... coor aml cffetts ar t0 1)(,
an I vai ous colors ami enects are to 119
A delicious way of stnlng Linn
be ins Is to fry them a golden brown
tint after they hao been boiled tender.