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Salmon Bellies, Mackerel, IIol land Herrings, Armour's
Tamales, Van Camp's Beans. Spiced JPeaches
A Full Line of Crackers
Bacons, Etc., Etc-.
! SALTER & WAITY
Tel. 680. Orpheum Block. Grocers.
Bonbon? and Candies, Garos,
The Porter Furniture Oa
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS-
Direct from Eastern Factories
To make room for a largo Invoice of vehicles now on the way. For a
limited time wo will oiror our present stock of
PHAETONS, SURREYS, Etc.,
,At GREATLY REDG?.SD PRICES. Do not lose this opportunity.
our stock of
HARNESS, WHIPS, and ROBES.
& Supply Co,
- BEK33TA2TIA STREET.
CARBONATED FOONTAIN DRINKS
MUTRITIO i DELICIOUS REFRESHING
IS THE HIGHEST DEGrxEE PERFECT
Variety c Havonl Novelties Added Frequently
Our Vichy a Special Feature
rNuhiral Fruits Our Own Selection
Our Jo? Cream "par Excellence" " the Finest
POUNTIW, COR. FORI ! HOI EL 31 5.
Noted as the Coolest Corner in Town.
Benson, Smith & Co., ltd.
BOWER'S MERCHMNf I'
OtmcE: Boom 4, Moms.Bu)cic.
'"Reliable adOwrd!ental Watchmen furuisbed on short aotietj
Stores Boadenoee, Pro perty.'Etc. jcferenees f urnfcbed.
READ THE REPUBLICAN, BEAD THE REPUBLICAN
China Closets I
Next to the Itro Station.
Teixphox, 70S. P.O. Box 364
USE HOSC&TJLtJ feimpCA!?, StflflUT, OCIOBtk 2S, 19$.
3s o 250 HP Stirling Water-tube
3 stU of GBEEX'S Fn4 Ecoxuv
mizera for eaaac
lto GUEE2T5 fuel Economizer,
Lot of FOWLEBSIEaMHLOW
Shares and rtran.
1 get o FOWLEB STEEA11
PLOWS (16 HP) complete.
1BGBLKY DRILL Outfit complete
with Air Compressor and
Lot of Piping, 15,000 feet.
il to o Water Pip
Fine Lot of California Mules.
All the above can be had at a
0. BREWER & GO, , Ltd.
WE HyVE DOZENS of pianos I
taken in exchange
which must be disposed of us we
have no room for them- in our
PAY A LITTLE DOWN,
balance in small monthly payments.
BOBD $25 00
CUAPPEL. 20 00
KNAKB 150 00
TISCUEB. 165 00
STEINWAY... 75 00
BOURNE 'J5 00
BEXSEX 30 00
Every piano guaranteed exactly
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
DR. W. J. GALBRAITH.
Offiot iri Rwiikncc:
OOXKEB BERBTAXIA AND ALAKEA STB.
OFFICE HOURS-9 to 10 a. j Jl to
t p. Mh and 7 to 6 p. m.
to 10 a. m 7 to 8. i si.
6eo. A. Mariiii
"LittUT by name!!
Great in nam
Is the OARBQN
PAPER that the;
-.Hawaiian News Co. j
ing samples of.
A lttPg ok of same
ifjivd by the Aut-
Yer stele 7
HAWAIIAN NEWS COl
TUBE llli Mill
10 LOISEi IEFHTEB
COXP LSTS ANNEXATION SCADS
THX F0S.T5 COASTWISE,
Important tnraraamtion of Wide Interest
is Cut Off Skippers Betas
to Furnish Amjr
frost the Wa1kiyton .'fc&r.
Tist people of the Ccitl States sre
likely to he deprived of some
ini information regasdin? the
of th United Statgs vtth the
Islands. The recent as of congress
whteh extended to these islands
practically ell of the laws of th United
State is construed as rendering the commerce
between the United State and the
islands "vp&ztwhtT in its character. The
laws with' reference to the sathcrin of
statistics of our commerce require import-era
and exporters to file with the collectors
of customs at th-ports at which
their goodK enter, or at which the? leave
the countsy, a specific statement of the
quantity and value of each article Imported
or exported. The law does noi
require, howeves, this detailed information
with reference to ..goods passing
from one port of the United States to
another port of the United States?. Taking
advantage of this condition, merchants
of San Francisco who are en?ad
in the trada with the Hawaiian Islands
are refusing to furnish to the collector at
that point, regarding goods sent to or
from the Hawaiian Islands, the general
tiass of information wuTeh they have for
years boon famishing, but from which
they claim they are now exempt under
the new conditions.
The effect of this will he to deprive
the bureau of statistics and the people
of the United States, at present at least,
of all information regarding the commerce
of the Hawaiian Wands. No feature of
our import, and export trade has attracted
so much attention dating the past
year as that with the Hawaiian Islands.
Interest in Statistics.
It was one spot where the effect of annexation
upon commerce with th territory
annexed could be studied, since, in
the other territories brought Into close
relations with the United Slates, conditions
were not in our favor by reason
of the war which had existed previous to
or immediately folios-lug" the new relationship.
While the growth of our commerce
with Porto Rico, Cuba and the
Philippine Islands had been very great.
lit has been ditnrtilt to dotegminfi what
proportion of the growth was due to war
conditions or what iropoFtion to the new
relations thus established. In the case
of the Hawaiian Islands, howeves, no
war condition existed, eitherlvevioua or
subsequent to annexation, and the growth
of the commerce with ther "United States
may be attributed chiefly, if net whoHjr,
to the Iose relations brought about ly
aunexarin and the general business revival
which followed that event. -
The growth of our commerce with the
Hawaiian Islands in the last few years,
especially in the years 1899 and lpOO, has
been phenomenal. This growth is especially
interesting in view of the new relationship
which has been established wltn
the islands and the marksd Inorease which
accompanied the final dsttriaination of
that event. In 1890 the cxporta of the
United States to the Hawaiian Islands
were $4.711417, and in 1897 wore
aho'viing no grojvth from 1S90
to 1897. In 1S90 the" .imports inio the
United States from the. Hawaiian Islands
were 112,3124)98, and 'in 1S7 woe $13.-687,799,
showing but a slight growth.
The treaty of annexation was signed at
Washington June 10 1897, so that all
the coianiwce of the fiKal year 1898 felt
the effect of that step; in the process of
annpxatiH. In that year the exports of
the United 8tatea to th Hawaiian la-lands
wor $5,907,155,1 an incre of 27
per cent over 1S97, hen ther amonnted
to ?4,U90075. The treaty was ratified
July 7, 1SDS, and sovereignty over the
Islands formally transferred to the Unitod
8tat on Angust 12, '1898, thus bringing
practically all of tho fiscaj year 1S99
within the period following the complete
annexation. The exports to the Hawaiian
Islands in the fiscal year 1800 amounted
to ?9303,470, an increase of ovar 50 per
oent. On the import.side the year 1S98
showed an increase of three and a half
million ovr 1897, and the year 1900
showed another increa of three and a
half millions over 18QS and JflPO.
Cosunerc With the Islands,
The following table shows the
between the United Slates and the
Hawaiian Islands in each vear from 1S90
Year ended June 30
1800.." ,...?123m8 J4.711.4ir
1S91 139507 5107.212
1502 a075S2 a$71,62S
1603 9,146,9s; 2.S27.Gr3
JS94 1U5,317 3.S0G.1S7
1S9T. 7.S8SS61 3.723,057
1$9 , 12,757,704 3.9J55.707
1807 13,M.7riO 4.G90,G7o
1898 17.187.3S0 5.907.155
189Q.. 17,831.463 9305,470
1000 20,707,906 13.509.148
The above statement will terminate the
records of our commerce with the Hawaiian
Islands, unlsss .thosa engaged in
that commerce reconsider their
to refuse, under.tfce psiating law. to
give to the bureau of statistics the necessary
information retarding their
to and from the islands.
Purdy & Baron
CealldD; SeiHeisg ead General
repair Shop. Sbwwifh for sjhU
SeheoieFa. Seowe boilt, teesdred
sjtd rseisit. h
JfUma. strmnfntn. T. a.
4 - -
J J PEBSOSTALS. H:
Major W. A. Purdy. who was 1 1
ed in th nwnajva nt of tbe Hilo brasih . s
of the Firsr Naikvl bank, will prolabfr ( g
nsbain ia the rainy city : eagag m ! f
On the ars oi anhaa
Wa. lueph, one of Pane" drinsrss. was
arreted yourfay. Tt taul b was '
dririi were saJriac from collar ?slt ,
of the worst sort. s 5
Mrs. G. C. Kennedy. Mis McMillan
and Miss Pearce OX Hilo wilt arrive la
Honolulu by the next Kinan en route to
San Francisco. They expect to leave in
the China for the coast. -
Oirds are oat for the valdiaa oi rani"
Heinnch Barrels and Miss Elvira Ichu
Hapai at HHo. Nowmber 15. The
will be performed at the home ot
the bride's parnts, Mr. and Mrs. G. W,
By the Honskong 3IaW word
was received from the memKrs of the
United States hospital corps 'who left
here in the transport Siam for Manila on
the 2Sth of August, announcing their safe
arrival at tnatport on September 22.
II. R. Duniway of Portland it
at the Hawaiian. He is a large
manufacturer and is a son of
Abigail Scott Duniway, one of the fsvst
pror.inent newspaper women on the Pacific
coast. Mr. Dtiniway is a nephew of i
Harvey W. Scott, founder ana editor of
the Portland Oregoaian.
Mrs. M. B. Augustine, a prominent
Spure in intellectual and social circles j
of Seattle, is among thb guests of the J
Hawaiian. Mrs. came here
for the winter and before her return in j I
the sprinsr will be joined by Ir. Augustine,
who is one of the wealthiest grocers
of the state of Washington.
At the 9:45 o'clock service this
of the Second Congregation of St.
Andrew's cathedral the choir will render
Millard's Te Deum in G. and Stainer's
anthem. "Lvt Ever Soul Be Subject Unto
the Higher Powers." Solos by Mrs.
C. B. Cooper. Mrs. Walter Hoffman,
Mrs. Glade, Messrs. Arthur Wall and
George F. Da vies. Hymns 4 and
Hamilton Lee preaches.
Photograph the Baby.
Hne you had a photo taken of -baby?
That's the question every mother is interested
in. Baby is baby only once in a
lifetime and what parent does not
the memory of his happy, care-free ways?
Then perhaps unkind fate has something
sinister in store far him,-who
Have a photo of baby hy all means
and don't put It off.
King Bros, make a specialty of child
photography at their new studio, 110
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WASTED FosKion for educntefl, Ungot i
Chinese in commercial office.
ployers of labor to know where to set
help. Salesmen, bookkeepers, type- j
writers, clerks, etc., men, women, boy, j
Register fox position with IL
Employment Dept, 40 Merchant
St.. People's Express office.
fOR RENT Part of Btore In retail section.
Address P. a Box S34.
FOR RENT Two nicely
rooms for rent $10 and 12; Fort St..
one-half block from Hotel. Addre.-s
E. M. B., Box 307.
better than yourself? Why
advise frieuds to take something
for their coughs when
neglect yours? There's
no positive cure for con
sumption in advanced stages.
Nip the cough with a
continue with, a few more
and cure it.
Treat yourself generously
and thoughtfully, as you
do j'our friends. Pleasant
to take for old or
and should be in
the Family Medicine Chest.
SOLD TH 25e. wd SO BOTTLES.
wm Due C3.
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Also FhoQocraphs and Moac Boxes
put ia ordscby
a WM. E
umitsd'. $ t
.'sft.J&r k ,-
Ladies' Stanley Shirt Waists
S.OO Each $7.00
We will continue for a
lu&ce the afcuv sola,
a we have added a largo
quantity of f resh goods just
arrived. We also Include &
lias of manutwturwrs
ov betiutiful waists made
of fine etnbroiderie, diinty
laoetj and til de soio silks,
worth up to (12.00 each,
which we offer at $5JP0 each.
marsh, Iitd. 1
Yards Co., Ltd
attention given to
Yards Co., Ltd
Arc ienvos on tho tre of commerce.
You may pluck thetu or wait for
them to full. Easy, If you havo
Bonnthing to do It with. The ritfht
hind of merchandise will attract cus
will cut away a loaf.
ISTHE.R1QHT KIND: f
makes praleo nedle63. Our Fall
patterns, the moat stylish and best. Our in
its make, ilt and woar. Our prices are
goods we carry. We pay
That In why we caa offord to sell the
havo to pay others for tho poorest.
HVO TELEPHON ES, M and 676. jff
Oiree - of Tort and How! tHrtw.
By day or
THE WORTH OF OUR GOODS
l FuruiBhings are the latest
$ Olothinp is widely known for
the lowest possible for the
KASH and sell for KASH.
best goods ut prices you would
TAiT0 STOKES, TWO STOCKS.
& R. O.
(V anil 11 SUvot, and
Five Grades of Distinction
AUE KEOOGXIZED IN AWARDS GIA'EN AT THE
The First which outranks all Medals, is the Diploma of
Grand Prix. Following this in order named, are
the Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals and Honorable
The Remington Typewriter
has received th "Hi rand Prix." For exhibition at tho
' Store of the Pacific- Cycle & Mfg. Co., Ehlors Block,
E HacMeld A Co, Ltd.
Dealers for the Hawaiian Torritory.