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at hit jnotioa w to mtt'fr i
mxmrrtktMK COMlBK "P the eUg
tM ld rafee bo objecUoe agalafit 1
ti trst rcaolBtfOB adopt, mi
feat kc beHed in of a
roaU better be deferred tistfl
a later fete.
Proceedings Partially Annulled..
A motion of Mr Dickey that all
followtag the passlag of the
.fnlaUoB. be aqoaabed wag adopt'd.
Tbt resulted la all aoralostlons for
-th ofilce of secretary betas with
ftravs, and leaving a .ckar field for
actios at a future meeting.
Mr. Fteher offered a umHIch creating
11m oaken of an aa'aat to the secretary.
Tbia wa setoaded by Mr.
Mr. Stewart called Chairman Laae's
atttfcm to the Dickey r8BG.BUtflt r
vaWag for a general postponement.
3tr. Ptoher wu persuaded to withdraw
Resolution No. 9 Amended.
Mr. Stewart moved that proxies be
fta4ted to the Territorial Committee
Mr. Cooke moved to amend that th?
iwttxfea he limited to members of the ;
kuc Territorial coovwiUcn. j
Mr. Wright alo offered an amend !
to Mr. Cooke's amendment ihit
be limited to diatrict
Mr. Flaher spoke in favor of th the manufacture of and dealing in
of the resolution and the I bonated water in all its branches. The
poattd amendment. All amendments
ttaaolution No. 9 as passed read a'
that a proxy may be used
at mar committee meeting of the Territorial
Committee.' tot no proxy shall
ht ed except by a member of the
. - mJm I M .t UA Inf.. !
Terrftori&l convent'oa. or of the district
committee, and no membehs
ahull hold more than two proxies."
Tat resolution setting aside the first
Monday evening of every month as
the Ukih of holding committee
Successor for Gibbs.
. The question of a successor to Mr.
Jhmee Oibbe. Committeeman of the
min iltatrlcf hrmtcht in hv Mr.
... . !
..!. .u .w. .u
uvwACt hv svnivti iiiul ttiu luaibci i
ld remained in an unsettled state for
ftomn time pdet. The resignation of
Ofhos bad been acted upon, thus leaving
the place on the committee open
Mr. Cooke offered a ntn
aru paasoa. mat in secretary be I
Jnwiwted to write to Messrs Mc
Stacker. Estep and Walkor for
. , '
mfcadation as to th successor of Com
Mr. Renton announced that he had
' haa advised by Mr. Avery that, owing
the senee of the meeting ho would
withdraw his natde' f rout the raocsf for
Resolutions for Gllfillan.
The motion of Mr. Gi'man to ad-Jorn
,Ti8 deferred pending Mr.
art's calling the attention of the
to the fact that suitable
raeolutlone should b? adopted concern-lag
the death of Representative
Th" follow lug resolutions wero
fferod by Mr. Stewart and unanimous-Jy
-UNSOLVED. That this committee
lias learned with deep rogrot of the '
of the Honorable Archibald GIM
llan, a member of the Houfo of
wsonttlves of the Fourth District. i
lle was an earnest and faithful Re- j
imblTcan, holding Republican
pnl3 with clearness, aud impounding
tharo with ability. "
"That he was a faithful representative
of the party and cf the people in
House of Representatives, and
that the party and the people of the 1
Trrlinrv hnv. ;iiffrtr..i irro.it Iors !n i
tho death ot Representative Gllfillan. I
whose place ia party council ami in
public life will not be easily fillod.
RESOLVED. That a page of the min - j
ttte book of this committoe be set ,
ftskife for the transcribing of tho reso - '
lutlon. aud that a copy thereof be ssnt ,
...-, .. , .... .i..
mca rHrauiiin u vhv ibmiiij
f Representative Gllfillan as the I message Is lacking in definite
of this committee may raendatious. bat these few are of first-.'
rate importance. As Instances tf
la offering a second to tne raa?ttUon
Xr. Dickey took oecaslcn to pay ameut!o& the paragranh which retet
tottcatag tribute to his In i
the HM. of Representatives.
AdioaniaieBt was taken to the first
'Moaday evening in Fobruary.
purpose and commoa sense. His
Intending cabin and steerage pas-
from the port of llonolulr , gnago Is notably clear and direct. H
are hereby Informed that uutil fur has tho accent of personal conviction,
xher notico tho undersigned will not ? but It is everywhere temperate and
book passengers on the steamers fo . restrained.
.Bicn tney are .vj,u uu. -
ersr? srjLf :
scheduled date of satUng. Furthei I
feformation may bo had upon
catlon at the offices ot (
IT. HACKFEI.D & CO LTD,
M. U. IK w IA Ar Co.. (
T. H DAIES & CO. (
A Reliable Remedy for Troubles.
Rer. J. M. Yingllng. iwsior of the
Bedford St M. E. Church.
land, Md.. U. a A., says: "It affords
mo groat pleasure to recotntnena
Ghamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
rhoea Remedy. I have "used it and j the most absolute efficiency in the
others who have never known t , a,,, ,r ...mi,. nTafr am th firm re-
to fail" For sale by all dealers and
Ss tor awalLa' -
r T T r T? TPT TJV
UJ. JO JiiJLrlliVXX
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7- 102-
There was coasiderabie excitement
aroVBd the Occidental hotel afeoet 6:30
last evening. A live electric wire had
faltee in frost of the barber shop, and
th hotel was thrown Into complete.
AmrYtMme. TH- Occidental restaurant
was crowded' with stevedores and
clerks who.- after their ilailf work, j
were partaking of their evening meal
before going to their homes. The
taeet confusion prevailed as soon as;
the lights went out.
Oae man rushed to the telephone to
notify the electric company and re-1
KAU SODA WORKS CO.
Incorporated to Alleviate Thirst In J
Hawaii's Premising District.
Henry J. Lyman and Eugene Ly-
IIII orl CnmtAl VHh:ino W.
Mltlil vl tiiiu, aiu ?vwuu.k MMuwt --
K. Makakoa, J. H. Makino, Charles
II. Ake and L. Chong of Kau. Hawaii,
have- Incorporated the Kau Soda
Works Co.. Ltd.. with the principal
offices and place of business located
at Walohinu. Kau, Hawaii.
The capital stock has been placed
at 56000 divided Into 250 shares at a
par value of ?20 a share. The corn-
paay reserves the right to increase its
capltal not to exceed $23,000. Fifty
f ,, .,. r.i i ,., .... i i
VVl lU"l. I 1 i a pt.ii.
The purpose of the corporation is
term is, fifty years. Sam Kauhane is j
president and Henry J. Lyman secre
tarv and treasurer.
HORSEBACK PARTY RETURNS.
Travelers Tell Tales of Exciting Adventures
at Waianae Pass.
An exceedingly enjoyable Christmas
vacation outing was spent by Miss
Alice Tabor, Mr. F. G. Armstrong and
Mr. Searle. The party left Honolulu
on horseback aud journeyed over the
plains to Wahiawa where they spent
five days. On New Year's night they
together with the settlers, built an
enormous bonfire and indulged in sev
eral kinds of fun.
From Wahiawa the party went on to j
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fore they doubled their tracks
itv uuuuit:ii on tuvti vii4.rvo on i
their way back to the citv. On the :
return trip they made a detour to the j
Waianae pass. Here a raobt terrific '
wind was encountered and, if the re-1
ports of the voyagers did not sound I
altogether too much a la
tal'. some exciting times
. s , ,.,.. ,
" A"e " "1 ' Kumv".
l ""wine that a man is lowered
- V" iVCt U aUUWI, aUUlS UUU UU1L IU i
tocover a lost camera case the point
is reached where incredulity becomes ' leal operater" is built,
a virtue. Ho secured financial backing, and
Notwithstanding their perils the in -Ma" last an experimental machine.
iwld crew are now back in the city. I m,eI: ,b,,Ut' WJ gi;ven a and
of the inventor was re
alized. Then followed the actual "
THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. building of a 100-phone exchange'
i equipment. Sweeping patent rights i
Boston Globu (dem.): Vigorous is a j were secured aud the machine is now
good word to apply to tho message.1 1 c mpletc
No one will denv thct President Roose-' sme of the merits of the
' caf operator, as compared with
a strong argument In favor
,,, !..,.,4, , ., ,, ! ent day manual and auto
of national in
irrigation the arid re- ,.. 'ltttnMa rf, ,, BO4 h,. M,
LgionS Of the WOSt. i
Chicago Tribune (rop.): President1 i.ooo circuits has 1J250 or more
mesbage is like the mau ' nets; the present automatic exchange
practical, business-like." MraightTcr I of the same size has 3.000, while
ward, oarnest aud strenuous. Though
a Hterarv mau as well as statesman. I
there is no attempt at fine writing!
in it. ,
Philadelphia Ledger (Ind.): It is j
a formidable state document, but it ,
is readable throughout. The -message
is thoroughly American. It doparts
altogether from the stereotyped form I
and ono looks in rain for the contacts: the present automatic' 32
nry arrangement of topics. Every 1 n,niions. which is wholly
ought to read it. bre, while- this new mechanical
MInnesaous Journal (rep.-: It Is
theTnossace of a man so Intent mion i
the arfairs which tradition compels "multiple" The slmplicitv
him Jo dis cu.s in a formal manner. $F & m'uUfpletstem
tha he has little time to consider thot calls lost
now used. No can be as
literary form of the statement. TojUl0 result of a rush on any section..
put it in. homely fntiilon: He'saysi The apparatus is easy to" operattri
what he has to say and quits. and the necessary attachments can-?
New York Post (iud.l : Exropt In a ! bo placed on any equipment now- in j
'tr - -,. Dt.1,. nso In a short period, it has mini-'
i" k..u ...-... ,
vagueness in th? message we may
to reciprocity aud the one in
ence to ship subsidies
Chicago News Had.)- President.
Roosevelt's message to congress wllii,, k,.. ir.. -, "if viwf
t.trancthen the uubllc confidence in.io
him as a man of broad outlook, high,
Minneapolis Times tlad.): As to
lC0Pte ere nc&d be no doubt. It will
not suit the billionaire, nor the
al populist. It will please,
dlv. almost, that vastpjorjty of
: vthn nrtmr tliTnlanes between
-X- T W -M- r g
those of the mlghtyf rich and tho
i atented agitator.
Kansas City Star (ind. I: No document
ever put fotth bv a chief executive
of the United States has been
more thoroughly balanced or
vative. Th president insists upon
..., u oxtedicnts to the ,
"- of Prtisao success" "
cetved a Eerere shock for bis pains. I
The wire bad crossed oae of the J.
telephone wires and consequently pat!
that means of communication put of,
order. A policeman was sent down I
from g police station as soon as!
-word reached there, and he kept a!
vigilant watch around the. wire until
Ian electrician arrived and made th J '
necessary repairs. I
About two years ago a wire fell at
exactly the same place, killing a na-i
tive. a soldier and a horse, besides1
destroying a buggy and doing other!
damage about the house.
FAILED TO IDENTIFY.
Tramway Driver Visits Camp
ley to Pick Out Robbers. !
Manuel Rcdr'suez. driver cf the
Pain tramcar which was robbed of
cash box containing J20.S0 at the S;
kikl terminus on Saturday night.
ed Camp McKinley on Sunday In
hopes he could Identify the three persons
who perpetrated the theft.
The driver is positive that the robbery
of the cash box was committed
by one cf three soldiers who were the
only persons aboard the tram at.th
time, and had traveled with the car
The Portuguese was unable to pick
out the men. and the matter
wes for tne time being dropped. The
police have no other clew to follow.
Work on Tantalus Stopped.
The Public Works Department his
recalled the road workers from their
labors on Tantalus. Retrencnment in
the department has resulted in
ing the attendant expense. !
Y. M .C. A. Athletic Resumed.
Yesterday the athletic classes "of
the Y. M. C. A. started work again in !
the gymnasium after a vacation of two
G IS GONE
UNEST A. FALLER. an elec
r trical and mechanical en-'
gineer of this city, has In-,
vented and successfully
atetl an automatic telephone
exchange. Mr. Faller is a native of
the Black forest, in South Germany -
and Is but 31 years old. Six years.
agQf whJle ,n8talHng a telCphone ex-
n mn'fa In Qavi . ,a nnnpoft
t: wmu luiivwvv, iu ,w.wv..
ted the idea upon which his
fnx, - ',nf T.'n,lfinl nrphnn nf
Fallor system only requires lo4.
and" proportion holds through all
subscribers with metallic rircuits
would have ld.ioo talking contacts
The present automatic of the- same
would have 2 million, -while this
new mechanical operator wou'd have
onlv 3.000. The multiple exchange of
j 111111 cinicnrinnrc wimin nwrn irtiruiMi
afor would have only 12,000.
The new system is nexiwe. witn no
ber whEels," which expose a number j
through a small opening leaving a j
means of cheek that the right
ber is set for the subscriber.
- From the moment tho sender Is set
. lan ponntfiil vi n rk iH1 frHrt rliU 1
ins knoh turned until the emr of the j i
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tm PttTifxtxlKn. nml if tc (,Mii,lo i
r.r nt k t.m.rnn
" V"C ..v...
by- the ringer, and, as in manual ex-,
the act of hancimr un th?
r " j
receiver restored all parts of the
cnit tonormal or position of rest
-it cannot bo definitely learned
cr the Jiew companv is negotiating" i
with the other companies, but It is '
believed that it is. Baltimore Sun.
. . . J t
California Safe Deposit and Trust ,
Company, corner California and Mont-
gomery streets For the six months
ending December 31. 1S0L dividends
have boon declared on deposits in th
Savings Department of this Company,
as follows: On Term Deposits, at the
rate of Z 6-10 per cent per annum, and
on Ordinary dssposits at the rate of at ajj points in San Joaquin
per cent per annum, free of taxes, ipv." Corresponding train arrives at
and "payable on and after Thursday. s:40 a. m.. daily.
January 2, 1502. Dividends uncalled :
for are added to the principal and j OFFICES 541 Market St, and la
bear the same rate bf dividend o the j Ferry Depot. San Francisco.
PriUClLUU iruui oiiu 0akz "'
Is the man en whom the fault
falls if a carriage breaks.
his business to see that every
thing dovetails and fits to a
T that the screws will hold and
that the strain will be equally
JJJ Of) I? Sf'SOPS
4ve have four of these men, all
experts in their line and every
carriage we turn out we guarantee
King Street.... Phone Main 2512
Joseph Hartmann k Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Lwili Sell from Dec. 19th to Dec. 31st,
BEER at S1.S5 per dozen.
" at 11 per barrel of 6 dozen.
WINES, at 50c to $2.00 per gallon,
at ?2.50 to 5S, in bottles, per
WHISKIES from $2.50 per sallon and
" in bottles of S" per dozen
ALL WHISKIES BOUGHT FROM
THOMPSON BROS.'S DISTILLERY
If KENTUCKY DIRECT.
iLow Prices forthe Holidays.
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL ST.
ifort Employment Agency
(JAPANESE AND CHINESE.)
King Street, : : : Cor. Alakea St-
Cooks. Waiters, Servants. House
Boys, Garden Boys, Stable Boys, supplied
at a moment's notice.
Contractors requiring men can obtain
them through us.
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WhATI tflft ( flK
Every morning begins the race
San Francisco to Chicago
The most luxurious train service;
Terfect iu every detail
No limit to the good thing?
paivided for yonr comfort
ONLf 4 DAYS TO NEW YORK.
oscas 641 Market Street
Leave Market Street Forry Depot:
'J:00 a. m.. 1.20 p. m., S p. m., 7:20 J
S:00 . a. m. tram is tne camoniui. - .
Limited, carrying tataco tsiecping
Cars andDinis Cars through to Chi-(
cago. Chair Cars run to Bakersfleid
for accommodation of local first-class
passengers. No second-class tickets
are- honored en this train.
ing train arrives irOjm, daily.
4-- P- Stockton, ilerced and
FhjMM JocaL correspondins train ar-
me. at 12:30 p ELf daily.
.qq p- jj s g Overland Express.
vilh tBVoagh Palace and Tourist
sio..,wr ana, Free Reditu" Chair
rjars lo chieaso; also Palace Sleeper
-which cuts oat at Fresno. Correspond-'
jjj tnin arrives at 6:00 p. n- daily,
Vjn n m. Is Bakersficld Local, stop-'
tt u. jrTii fc
("THE QUEEN Oj? TABLE .WATEBS")
Served at state dinners at
Used by Royaler arid the
A be'verajie fit for '-the
BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTIONS.
For Sale by MJUSFJUMNE 8 CO., Ltd., Honolulu.
Foot Bails &
91 laNG STIJSIST.
Ajate Hardware ll!J
$M XO BE
OJPXXK' TO) JSkJLJUl
Come and see the Watch, Boys!
It's a Daisv Stem Winder, Huntins
Gase, Sterling Silver, , Standard
Movement U U
General Line Cutlery
0 THE MOST
v prising News Boy,
who disposes of the
most papers of . . .
ti)c Honolulu Republican
during the month o
won the GOLD WATCH
up to Christmas Day.
-:: ., HOTEL STREET.
4 C L0VEKIN
STOCK and BOND
...482 Jidi liiliias...
i i SEATTLE BEER
; Oa Draught or ia Bottles
I at the
t( "CRITERION" 1
for selling the most papers
PLAIN, PAINTED and
HOTEL STREET. -
DO NOT BE DECEIVED 1
Drink no substitute for
the pure juice of the grape fruit.
Carbonated only by tha
Soda Water Wirks Gi., Ltd.
Sole Agts, for the Territory of Hawaii
1 SOI Fort St, Honolulu, T. H. .
-Tel. 71 JIaic Island orderB sol!cHe4.
the White House.
reigning Princes throughout
gods" and within the reach ot
Clcsiified Advtrtistvtentt ia shit eolaai
vill 5 isutried at 10 on a ftM first
imcrtian; 5 cm li4 acond inter'
fion; 23 cent pr ii per wJb 23
cents per Kite he icmki, and 50 ceiti
per Kne per ctasti.
WAITED To sn. soe dee white Diamond
rin: ftbo fine opal riors;
priced. Watch repaired oa
time. G. Diet:, watchia&ker asd jnr
jr. Fort it-, nar HouL in Preacotfi
WANTED Girls to do Unndry urorr.
Apply Sanitary Stvaa "Laundry,
sad South streets.
WANTED Two single gentlemen desire
rooms and good tabfo board,
either in house or cottage near, swt
not bo far from business portion of
city. Espect to remain permanently
if satisfactory and rates reaeoaab'?
Address A. R. Republican 09c
WANTED An accurate. xprinctd
bookkeeper, oae woo thoroughly un
dcrstands every details of the wok
male or female. Address Immediate
ly. Box 4K, General P. O.
ROOMS JFOR RENT -Helen's Court.
Private Hotal, on Adam's Lane,
near Ellto Buihilng. 'Phone White
3161. H. M. Levy, manager.
TO LET Delightful roomy bath tub3,
with either hot or cold water, and
every improvement and coaveoienca
known to the modern ige. At
Silent Barber Shop.
TO LET Newly furnished doable
parlors; also rooms. Borotanla ave.,
FOR RENT An eight room cottage
on Young street Apply J. A. Ma-goon,
FOR RENT -Two '2t axory boae at
on Young strrt, containing
'2 bwirooic upstairs, and 2 bed
rooms, 1 double room, partor, dtoinj
room, kitchen, bath room tad patent
water closet down stairs. KaptoUnl
COMFORTABLE COTTAGES ON the
premises of the Sanitary Stenoi
Co. Ltd Marmion and South
Btreets. The cotta-a contain 4 rooirs,
kitchen -ad bath room. No extra
charge for hot and cold water and
electric lights. Rent reasonable. Apply
on the premises to J. Ligbtfuot,
vau have We can
broken repair if.
ENAMELED IN ALL COLORS.
1186 Union Street.
OPP. PACIFIC CLOB.
ORPHEUM BLOCK. PhOns Blue 537.
WHY KIT NT THE 6EST?
""IT COSTS NO MORE
, fiT 1
'i tHtoTi i
Blue Flame OIL STOVES
Sold wlia sGnarMte
- Kerosene and Gasoline
FOR SALE AT THE
Hawaiian Hardware q. Ltd
Business mn will tell you
that aa sd ia The Republic-
an 'brings" joed results be-
cause the peopis rad it.