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:he h xolulu republican, Thursday, January 9, 1302.
AS LONG AS THE BUILDING STANDS
RESOLUTIONS ARE PASSED FOR
PROPER PUNISHMENT Or
Letter Containing Sentiments of Local
Chamber t be Sent to Pittsburg
Bedy After Moving Into New
Quarters Many New Members
Win be Urged te Join.
A meeting of the Chamber of Com
merce was held fit Castle & Cooke's
building yesterday monrfag. at 10
o'clock. The aseetfas; settled down to
business with unusual promptness
The minutes of the previous meeting
were read by Secretary Spencer and
approved on motion of F. A. Schaefer.
seconded by W. F. Alton. Samuel
G. Wilder, whose Bane was brought
up at the previous meeting, was ac
cepted as a member of the chamber
SvpprestrkM of Anarchy.
The next basiness acted npoe vns
the report of the committee which had
been appointed in connection with a
letter received from the Chamber of
Cdamrce of Pittsburg, which asks
all the Chambers of Commerce
'throughout the States to co-operate
in the suppression of anarchism and
to prorilde for those who murder or
attempt to murder persons holding
positions of high authority aiso pro
viding adequate punishment for those
who aid and abet the perpetrators of
such crimes: and further providing
against the immigration of anarchists
and their allies.
Secretary Spencer reported that the
chairman of the committee had prom
ised to be present at this meeting
and report on the findings of the com
mittee. F. A. Schaefer moved that immediate
action be taken and that the secretary
Ik- instructed to draft and forward to
the Chamber of Commerce of Pitts
burg a letter expressing the sen
timents of the local Chamber of Com
merce in the matter, by stating that
tho Chamber was fully in accord with
the measures suggested and gave it
its full endorsement. The motion
wa seconded by J. B. .Atherlou and
Haekfeld & Co.'s Generous Offer.
Tho report of the committee on
new rooms was heard next. V. P. Al
len reporting that II. Hackfeld & Co.
bad promised to furnish a room for
the use of the Chamber in their new
) dldlng. free of rent with the excep
n of the telephone and other minor
peases, which should be borne by
!! Chamber of Commerce. The chair
a kid for how long a period this of
t r was good, and was promptly n-
-w. ied by Mr. lsenberg that the oJTer
u a.- good for a long as the building
W. F. Allen added to his report
t'i motion that the offer be accepted
ud a letter of thanks written to the
una for It generous offer. The mh
ion was seconded by Cecil Brown
and unanimously carried.
Commission to Mr. Haywood. ..
It was moved by Mr. Schaefer and
seconded by W. F. Allan that a new
Chamber of Commerce commisslou be
issued for the present year to Mr.
Haywood, the Planters Association
having already re-engaged his ser
vices. The motion was carried,
whereafter the financial committee's
request for more time for consWexa
Uoa of the salary of Mr. Haywood
A discussion concerning the destra
bllhy. which the obtatelng of the new
rooms made, for adding more mem
bars to the Chamber of Commerce en
sued, and the list of names of mem
"bars -and proposed member? of the
Marcfcants' Association was read
aloud by tho secretary.
Upon a motion from J. B. AUterion
tfee meeting then adjourned.
lroset at the meeting were too
fallowing: President. C M. Cooke;
secretary. J- 0- Spencer; J. B. Athor
ton. F. X. Swanar. W- r Allen, F. J.
Lowrle, Cecil Brown. H A. Iseaborg.
Henry Watrnous. W. L. Hooper. L.
Mclean and W. W. Hall.
Musical Class at Y. M. C. A.
Miss Yarrow's musical crass will
begin tonight, K 7:J. at the rooms
of the Y. M. C. A. Miss Yarrow Is
known w a very carefland thorough
teacher and it is expected that a num
ber of young people will avail them
selves of this opportunity to enjoy
President' Smith Speaks.
"PraettiBat Arthur Maxson Smith 6t
Oahn (JoIee spoka.on-IPrayors fqr
the Church" at the prayor meeting at
Contra! .Union Charca last night
FOR II ART3LO
RUMOR THAT HE SAILED OS GOPTIG
FORMER LIQUOR DEALER SAID
TO HAVE DEPARTED
Was Seen en Last Saturday Afternoon
and Was Then on the Steamer !
Before She Left Had Sold Out I
His Interest and Retired from !
Firm in December. i
' The Hawaiian Piasters Association
The sudden departure of Joseph ' through its representative W. O-
Hartman from this cky is causing Smltn' s aeed to a cPse
, . . , , , . . . with the Territorial nealth officials
some anxiety imon; his friends here.. . . , ,,
' . , , . : regarding the charges filed against
Hartman. who arrived in Honolulu a tfce AsgocJaUon for lhe c&re of an
UtUe before the pWgne time, has been? fagaDe Porto Ricaj confined at
employed in several saloons in thlstae iBSane Asylum and who. it ie
city. Previous to his arrival here he claimed, was placed there on the or
is said to bare beea in the liquor der of Its representative J. A. Gilxnan.
business In Texas. He was employed , The matter was first brought to
for several months at the Favorite ' light when a bill for services render
Saloon, which place he left on July 27 , ?d the insane mac wss submitted to
of last veer. After leaving, that place! lh Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Asso
he was' idle for a few weeks, and j cla"Gn b? Dr- Matowr. the resident
later he appeared before the public PyWan at the Asylum.
as manager of the wholesale Honor ! The Association immediately filed a
business and principal stockholder of demurrer against the charges, claim
J. Hartman. Ltd.. dn Bethel, near $ng that the afflicted laborer was noL
and never had been, under any agree
Hotel street ment wUh the pJanters- Association
In this business he remained until for emp,oymentt hnce the cnarge
December 23d, at whfch time he had v.as nol jUStjfiauie
sold out his shares In the business, ' Accord, to the storv of Health
retaining only a nominal interest and: 0fficer 3 s B Prattf thePorto Rican
withdrawing from the management was w have been prevented from
of the business. J. Camara is at pros- j iandjng on these shores after his ar
ent looking after the books of the J rival with a large company of planta-
firni. having been engaged in this ever
since December 21.
Hartmaii's departure from this city
was very sudden and there Is a cur
rent rumor around town that he left
on the Coptic on his way to Manila.
He left his rooms in the Fort Street
house on Saturday a little after noon.
He had given no previous notice of
leaving, but told the proprietor of that
house that he wss going to one of the
other islands and that he would be
away for about two weeks. Ho paid
his room rent, with the exception of
that for last week, with a check on
Bishop's bank, which was duly cashed
by the proprietor on Monday morning.
His laundry man called at his house
later to deliver his laundry and was
surprised at hearing that he had left.
He had always been a steady-payor
to the laundry with the exception of
the last month's bill, which has not as
yet been liquidated.
It Is not as yet certain that Hart
man left on the Coptic. His name
does not appear on the list of passen
gers, as this was examined yesterday
by a friend of his who wanted to de
liver some letters to him. His books
in the liquor Business are being exam
ined, but although the parties con
ducting the investigation are very re
ticent, it seems to be understood that
everything has been found In perfect
Hartman was seen on the Coptic
shortly before she left and the proba
bilities are Utat he left by her as it
seems that no ono has been able to
locate him since. He was seen last
in the liquor store at between 5 and
6 o'clock, where he went to get a bot
tle of whiskey, but as the steamer
sailed later than that time this does
not exclude the possibilities of his
leaving on her.
Concerning Hartman's statement
to his landlord that he was leaving for
one of the other Islands, it Is known
that no Island steamer left or was to
leave on Saturday, and he has not
been seen since theR. There seems
to be no reason for his leaving with
out telling his friends except that he
whs known as a reticent man. who
seldom discussed his personal affairs.
PERRY TO GIVE LECTURE
Will Speak on ''Authors I
Known." at Y. W. C. A.
Mr. P. A. Perry, of Boston, who
has traveled around the world and
has met many literary celebrities,
will give a lecture on "Authors- That
I Have Known" iu the parlor of the
Y. V. a A. la the. Boston building on
the' evening of Thursday, Jaanary 16.
at S o'clock.
Tickets to the lecture will be 50
cents each and will be for members
of the Y. W. C. A. only. The proceeds
will go to swell the treasury of the .
Association for whose benefit the lee-
tare is given.
New Electric Railway Company.
In a few days the papers of a new
traction company will be filed under
the name of the PaciSc Heights Elec-
trtf TJI1iti. T til tvltK o Mnitfil nf
trie Railway. Ltd.. with a capital of
$125,000. the stock covering the rail
road track, right of way and rolling
stock of the electric line running on
the Pacific Heights.
, More Automobiles.
The Alameda may bring a number
of automobiles which use steam gen
ara.ted by gasoline, or distillate, as
their motive, power-.;' They will be con
signed to Grim wood, Richardson-and
. ASYLUM BILL
CHARGES FOR ISSUE PATIEh'T
PLANTERS' ASSOCIATION IS DIS-
POSED TO SETTLE ON MORE
I Health Officer Pratt Claims that the
Man was Allowed to Land Only
on Guarantee that Cost of His
Maintenance Would be Defrayed.
tion laborers. Dr. Pratt claimed that
at the request and promise of Mr. Gil
man, representing the Planters' Asso
ciation, the Porto Rican was permit
ted to leave the ship, Gilman stating
that the Planters' Association would
see that the cost incurred in keeping
the Porto Rican at the Insane Asylum
would be borne by the Association.
With this distinct agreement, Dr.
Pratt was prevailed upon to withdraw
his objections to the entry of tne af
The matter was brought up at a
meeting of the Board of Health some
weeks ago. and has since been pend
ing. It is now understood .that the
Planters' Association is disposed to
meet the Board of Health half way in
the matter, and that if the bill for
the care of the man is reduced to
moderate figures, the Asscciation will
settle the amount.
A definite agreement will in all
probability be reached by the time the
Hoard of Health hokls its meeting
New Alexander Road.
The bids for the new Alexander
road up Tantalus. largely exceeding
the amount which S. T. Alexander ex
pected to donate, new surveys are
being made with a view of shortening
the road and thus reducing the est.
A Reliable Remedy for Bowel Trou
bles. Rev. J. M. Tingling, pastor of the
Bedford SL M. E. Church. Cumber
land. Ind.. U. S. A., says: "It af
fords me great pleasure to recom
mend Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. I have used
it and know others who have never
known it to fail." For sale by all
dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for Hawaii.
Letters remainnim: uncalled for in
Honolulu Postofflce up to January 5th.
Anderson, Mrs M
Abbey. Geo C
Anderson, W R
Berry, Howard W
Blake, Mrs Edwn
Lucas, Miss Marv
Maxwell, Mrs G "
Makee. Miss V
Makee, Mr and Mr
Marc, Mrs J H
Merry. T J
-Miller, Miss I
Miller, Miss A
MePherson. Miss M
McCormick. A. AV.
Bruhan, Mrs. H
Brown. Miss A
Brown. Mrs F
Campion. X G (3)
; Christian. Kate (2)McKenzie. E M
Colburn, Grace McKenzie. R
Copeland. O E McKeniie. A
Collins, Mrs. J McLoud. John
Conrad. Mrs Chas Xelson, Richard
Cole. R. St J Xott. Mrs. Agata
Cotfield, Mrs M A Ohmen. Genevieve
Cummings. F J Palmer. Isaac
Dnidson, T J Peters, E R
Dixon. Avery J Peterson, Fred C
Dowsett. Miss G
Renton. H H
Rowland. A H
Simeon, M K
Smtih. Mrs. L K
Smith. Mrs Emma
S. P. S. S. Co.
Schmidt. Miss 1.
Drake. AV. S.
Dwight. Mast. J
Faye. H P
Felker. Grant (2)
France, Miss F
Harris, Mrs A K
Harris, Arthur L
Taylor, J A
Hopkins. James P Tracy. Mrs J T
Howstson. John G Thome. A H
Horneh. E C Wayne, L
Hutchinson. Miss CWanghop. Dr J W
Jepbson. Mr. Wlllington. Miss
Judd. Mrs C H. (2) Ward. E E
Kielmyer. F Warren. Mrs Harr.
Kitchen. Wm. WilliamsMrs Wa
Klllitz. Major Gen Williams. C
' (2) Wright. R B J
Le Glair, E
WlLIi E. FISSER,
On TUESDAY, JAN. 14th, 1S02. at
One O'clock p. m., on the Premises.
That Valuable Lot southwest corner
King and Kekaalike Streets, fronting
90 feet on King Street by 101 feet on
Upset price. 520,000.
Ten thousand dollars can remain on
the property at S per cent.
The purchaser will be guaranteed
an opportunity to lease the property
at once, if he wishes to do so, on a
forty years lease at One Hundred and
Twenty-five Dollars per month ground
rent, payment of rent to begin July
1st, 1902. The Lessee to pay all taxes
and assessments and to erect forth
with on the premises a brick building
to cost not less than Ten Thousand
Dollars. The building to be kept in
sured for Ten Thousand Dollars at
Lessee's cost for the benefit of the
Lessor. In the event of loss insurance
money to be used in re-Building.
WILL E. FISHER,
Cube and Granulated.
PARAFLXE PALNT CCVS
Paints. Compounds and Building
Lucol Raw and Boiled.
Linseed Raw and Boiled.
Water-proof Cold-water Paint, in i
side and outside: in white and
colors. ' I
Alex. Cross & Sons' blgh-grado
Scotch fertilizers, adapted for
sugar cane and coffee.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s chemical Fer
tilizers and finely ground Bone
STEAM PIPE COVERING,
Reed's patent elastic sectional
FILTER, PRESS CLOTHS,
Linen and Jute,
CEMENT. LLME & BRICKS
WESTERN SUGAR REFINING PO..
San Francisco, CaL
NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO.,
(Manf. "National Cane Shredder"
Newark, U. S. A.
OHLARDT & CO.,
3sn Frr.ci, C-l
RISDON IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE
WORKS. San Francisco, Cal.
Furniture Work a Specialty. m
All Orders Promptly Executed,
SING LEE TAI
545 King Street
I tlC cAuLE wALUUil
GEO. J. CAVAKATJGH, Prap'r.
Always on tap.
Cor. Punchbowl and Halekauila Sts.
4 C. L0VEKIN-
ST0CK and BOND
...402 Jcdd Building...
On Draught or iu Bottles
WM. H. EARTH
1290 Fort Street, Near Kukui Strest
P. O. BOX 50.
GALVANIZED IRON SKYLIGHTS
PIPE AND GUTTER WORK
JobbiGgasiiBspjIriBg Promptly Attest ta'
HONOLULU, H. T.
r.i. scssixt. e. c-atsos;
; RUSSELL & WATSDK
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-1
Cor. Merchant and Alakea Streets,
Phone Main 32S.
John A. Kassinger,
Agent to Grant Marriage Licences, etc
Removed to the
Offices of Macfarlane & Co.,
Fine Cabinet Photos Only S3.50 per
Cor. of Maunakea and King Sts.
EbgSHS 530 FORT STREET
. W, L Bedhoos
Watch and Chronometer Maker.
Plain and complicated watch work a
Campbell Block Merchant Street
" Opposite Republican Office.
JUDO & 00, Lib,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
307 Stangenwald Building :
: Phone 223 Main.
NICE . CIGAR . STAND
Adjoining Hotel Stables.
Tobaccos of All Kinds.
Cool Drinks On Ice. ,
HOTEL STREET, j
Opposite Hawaiian Hotel. !
FIRST CLASS TAILOR.
CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER
Cleaned and Pressed.
Adjoining Hotel Stables Opposite
505, ( r "t Bcrvlaala Ave anl Pari' hb wl S'
All WorkDone by Hand
Lace Curtains, Silk and Glove
Gleaning a Specialty.
JSJI5JJII Sz CO.
IOS KING STREET.
G J. WALIiEE, ... Manager.
VT holesale and Retail
WkW Ifif ft Rfafll I9
jj flf f f J (ja .
Qm 18. Arlington Building.
CORNS A1TD INGROWING
TOE NAILS EXTRACTED
Nunanu Street. Back of Club Stables.
Fine Bath House.
Fine Barber House.
Fine Imported Cigars,
Fine Boot Polish Stand.
00 NOT BeIlGEIYED !
Drink no substitute for
the pure juice of the grape fruit. I
Carbonated only by the
Soda Water Works Co., LU.
Sole Agts. for the Territory of. Hawaii.
601 Fort St. Honolulu, T. H. -
TeL 71 Main. Island-orders' solicited:
Is Still On.
JTVHE advertiser's best friend is the medium through
-J l which he obtains the blggast returns for his raony.
" X One medium which la used by advertisers to a great
extent is the circular or booklet The circular or
booklet Is always ineffective, unless It te verv handsome
handsome enough to attract the eye of the man to whom it
is sent, no matter how busy he may be. A booklet hand
some enough to do this almost always costs from three to
four cents apiece. There is the mailing to count In (two
cents a copy, of course); there Is the trouble In getting a list
of names, and in addressing. Altogether the coat will figure v
up to about seven cents a copy for a good booklet. Two
thousand circulation in a booklet is very large. Two thou- v
sand circulation at sven cents Is $UtJ I propoee to how v
that you can invest $140 In newspaper space and get return
five fold of what you would get through a booklet. v
Newspaper Space Is Valuable
In thf first place there is the coat. For $140 you can jet
a good i-iZf d space in a n wspaper of good circulation for
quiti" a lot'g time. You know your newspaper rates; you can
figure it out to suit your own instance much better than I
.an. So much for ccsL
I fllow for Effectiveness
You must tell your customers how much your goods are
going to cosL An advertisement without a price is like meat
without salt it will do you no good. How can you put
prices in a booklet when you are doing a strictly retail busi
ness? ,You have competitors; you have to change your
price's constantly to meet theirs, and to meet other exi
gencies. The first change of a price will kill the effective
ness of a booklet, and where are you? Your advertisement
in a newspaper may be changed as many times as you de
s're. You are constantly up-to-date.
The Newspaper Is Effective
Any kind of a newspaper has more circulation than you
can obtain through a booklet for $140. Newspapers reach
the heart of the home. Evry ono reads them, and they are
far more certain to obtain close attention than any printed
matter which you would send. If you sent printed matter
of your own accord to persons w'io do not know you, you
would be putting yourself fare to face with them without a
guarantee They have nothing to Judge the quality of your
goods by, and they can only take what you say on our own
paper ami in your own way. Anybody can say as much as
When your matter appears In a newspaper of good circu
lation and good standing, the newspaper Is a guarantee for
what you say. Newspapers are always particular as to whom
their advertisers are. (I speak of good newspapers always.)
Your ads will gain a value besides their inherent one. They
will be vouched for, and this Is not to be despised. You
have a certain fluctuating trade, which Is always valuable,
and which needs some sort of an introduction to your store.
a. mis introduction tne newspaper gives you.
I Good Paper Adds Dignity
You are known by the company you keep, you know.
A' d if your ads appear in a paper which holds Itself up be-
' fore the masses as a leader, you will be known as a patron
. of what Is good, and you will obtain trade from those whom
a It is worth trading with.
On all scores I consider newspaper advertising by far
the best. On the score of cheapness; on the score of being
able to constantly change your announcements; on the score
of direct and immediate returns; and on the score of being
introduced to people, to strangers, as a store which can af
ford to announce Its news to every one In a dignified and
straightforward manner, and this is the manner which brings
trade that pays.
a FRANKLIN BURNHAM,
-- - New york cj
The above article, written by oae of the best-Informed
advertising men in the country, is In line with the bttaineea
policy advocated and maintained by THE HONOLULU RE
PUBLICAN. His description of a good newspaper and its
superior merits as an advertising medium Is distinctly appli
cable to an essentially reliable and dignified familv paper of
large circulation, such as THE REPUBLICAN.
The Union Express Co.,
nffinn uifh Fvpninir Riillotin
Office with Evening Bulletin.
10 Kinjr Street
VTe move safes, pianos and furniture.
v7e haul freight and lumber.
We sell black and white sand.
We meet all incoming coast steamers.
We check bawrage on all outgoing
.Board, $4.50 per week
Meals, 25c Each
PRIYATE ROOM FOS LADIES.
rXBYTHCrG NEW, CLEAN and
i T!?e Popular fe5taurait
Bethel Street, back c Postofflce.
A TT D W A D V
! 17 U 11 T ? Ulill
Is well done. It is the repairing of . .
CASH REGISTERS, .
And the making of . . . . '.,
MOTOR CARRIAGES and
FINE STEEL WORK.
THE MOTOR CMGE JSRfl