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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY. JANUARY 10, xqoz.
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1 tllj nUitULULU lilirUDUUmi
Pabttehed Every Hondas Except
day by tb Robert GrieTe
Jtektag Cw?sy, Limited.
Business Office ..Main 218.
Editorial Rooms Main 123.
Washington Bureau Post Building.
Bwbered at the Post 03ce at Hono
lwl, H. T., as second-class mail.
Per Month, by Carrier $ .SO
One Year, by Mail 5.59
Six Months, by Mail 3.00
Three Months, by Mall or Carrier 1.50
SONCLTJLTJ. H.T..JAK. 10, 1902
THE VALUE OF SISAL.
- .-viu. pruaudw w ,-,
In Hawmll eems to be asarred. Thi
sill give another crop contribator-
to our nrnln product, sugar.
front manufacturers to the Hawaiian '
Fiber Company man be regarded as
highly favorable and encouraging.
Whether the local company can deliv
er Its sisal to buyers at a profit can '
hardly yet be determined.
The United States imports 771.000
tons of sisal annually, and 250.0O0;
tons of all kinds of fibers and grasses.
The value of the entire imports Is
26.000.000 a year, while that of theJiquor dealer, who disappeared from
sisal alone is ?1 ,000.000 or nearly
one half of the total amount paid
for all fibers and grasses. Sisal is
the most valuable fiber used by man-;
ufacturers. its average import value
being 1160 iter ton as against $100;
per ton, which is the average price of j
all the fibers Imported. iHAINLAND PFRSONAI S
What a grand thing it would be if ' "L-AIU r-CKUlAL5
Hawaii could supply all the sisal need-.
ed on the Mainland, thus bringing; President Roosevelt expects to be
back here some S12.000.0QO a vear as' on the move a Sod deal of the time,
. ,....,., . ..,.,. r , ....a.' havfng puchased another saddle horse
M nWJHHVl IV VUV IVUlMg W&. VUV WUJlW
plantations. Let us hope that some
thing of thft sort may be accomplished
in the future. The Hawaiian Fiber
Company has made a start and every
body, we are sure. will wish it the
most thorough success.
THE WORLD'S COLONIES.
An official publication'of the Bureau
ot Statistics discusses in detail the ,
colonies of the world. It shows that',
the colonies, protectorates, and depen
dencies of the world unmber one hun-1
drod and twenty-six. They occupy '
two-fifths of the land surface of the'
globe and their population is one-third '
of tht entire population of the earth. '
Their total imports average 51,500.
000,000 worth of goods annually, and
of this vast sum more than 40 per
cent is purchased from the
liuiL'Uuauu uuiu mv uiuiul-i ,
country. Of their exports, which con-
siderably exceed the imports. 40 peri
cent goes to the mother country, f
Large sums are annually expended in
the constructlou of roads, canals,
railways, telegraphs, postal service
and schools, but In most cases the
present annual expenditures are pro
duced by local revenues or are repre
sented by local obligations. The rev
nmimi nt thp Rrltish colonics In 1S97
tv-ar., 7itRftftnnnn nn.t hir n.n. '
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, '" u,e more imPnani an ncint-, and London, who were planning to se-j
of these communities aggregates acure them The AmerIcan spirit 0fj
rge sum. it is represeiucu uy canais. ,
railways, public highways, harbors. I
Irrigation, and other public Improve-
ihoiUs intended to stimulate com-
raerce ami production, the railroads,
in operation in the British colonies;
alone aggregating 55.000 miles, and in
no instance assumed by or a charge'
upon the mother country. 1 ,
Of all the colonies, protectorates. ; Rraml total was 3S cents.Chica?0
dependencies, and "spheres of influ- Record Herald.
ence." which make tip the total list."
two-fifths belong to Great Britain.; Mr. Bourke Cockran has not yet
their area, including the native feu-, satisfied many of his admiring audi
datory states of India, being one-half tors that it would be possible to stop
of the crand total of colonial torri-
tory and their population consid
erably more than one-half the grand
total of colonial population. France
is next in order in number, area, and j
population of colonies, etc.
the area controlled by France is but,0" , , , V ,!, ..
about one-third that of Great Britain. 11,, TJl v
. . . , . . . ! s? several features in which Mar
aud the population of her colonies j con,.s device wn come short of ulu
iuts man uui-si.via ui muse vi uivai
Britain. Commerce between the'
successful colonlos and their mother.
countries is in nearly all cases placed
upon practically the same basis as
that with other countries, goods from
the home countries receiving In the
vast majority of cases no advantages
over those from other countries In lm-
9 port duties, and other exactions of;
this character '
rn this particular the United States I
- has given to Porto Rico and Hawaii
, . . . . .
vastly better treatment than Is usual,
with colonies, since the ratio of dutyj
on commerce between Porto Rico and j
the United States is but 15 per cent
of that with other countries, and eTen
that but temporary, while in the case
3dmbioa. the Mainland
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E. E. Paxion will probably raters j
frora the Coast in the Aiaaeaa.
Albert Raas fe expected to refflra
from a business trip to Saa Francisco
on the Alameda.
j J. A. Kennedy, of the Hoootete
; Iron. Works, te expected back from
i the Coaet on Friday.
! Daniel H Cas th secretarv of the
,' ,- 'I . t:..ni
. ar Associaiwn. aaa guUK , xva. .
Andrew Cox. depaty sheriff of Wat-
was ia the city this week at-
teadiag to bostness maUers. j
Manager McLane. of Koloe, has re- j
turaed to Kauai after spending some j
days ia this city oa business. ;
W. A. Kianey. the attorney, who
has been absent from the city fori
i several wqeks, returned to town on
Rudo,ph L. Aaerbach. manager of
the HJk) branch of w. a PeaC0ck &
Co., Is In Honolulu on a week's busl-
ness amj pleasure trip.
Harry Armitage. the well-known
broker, is around again after an ill
ness which kept him confined to the
bouse for several days.
Charles David, late manager of the
Waialua Beach Hotel, will settle at
Waimea and devote the rest of his
days to raising chickens and the cul
tivation of orange trees.
Joseph Hartman. the wholesale 1
Honolulu without leaving a word be
hind him a few days ago, has been
heard from. He is at present stop-'
ping with friends on the other side of 1
this island. It was thought that he ,
went to Manila as he had spoken of ,
U"iUb OU IU SUUiC Ul UiS iHtiiUO.
and a new steam yacht
I Considering the involved status to
I the Schley controversy. Sec' Long
must be almost sorry that we ever
i had that war with Spain.
Apparently Sig-Marconi has done
what Nickola Tesla asserted he was
j going to do. That illustrates the dif
' ference between tha two .men.
Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria
is receiving credit for being a very
modest liver. His tridaily meal is a
plain one, but he tops' it off with a
Surely this is the season of univer
sal and accentuated peace. Senator
Hanna and ex-President Cleveland are
folInu'.Ttinm rft"tn rt 1 rtnm m If f exr nr.
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ifuiincu iu auuiiv muui iiuuuica aim
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If Wellesley should organize a
football team and send it around the
country to play the other colleges,
that ? 150.000 needed to secure Mr.
Rockefeller's latest gift could be rais
ed in the twinkling of the nation's
Senator Clark of Montana has pur-.
chased for $300,000 the Gottfried Mul-
,cr's election of paintings, and there-'
' shocked the moral sense of art 1
connoisseurs in St Petersburg. Paris
-get there dazes more foreigners
than those included in the class of
lovers of art.
It is said that Andrew Carnegie's
1 benefactions now amount to $S2,000,-
1 uw. At last accounts Kussen race's
the war in South Africa without risk
of starting a bigger and worse quar-
rel Washington Stn-
rei. Washington Sta. J
Those men who have been just on
tne ,10,nt ot Inventing wireless tele-
expressed as to the
genuineness of the Marconi experi
ments recall the time when cautions
people believed the first Atlantic ca
ble was a failure, and the operator,
D Sauty. who sent the first message.
a nxyta. New York Eeveniag Pest.
The Soutn Americans are flighty
a?d 5?atejrt!ous- tbut they wiU srasp
J r tf? ,0Kthat the C0:
luests of the twentieth vcenturv will
e made tfae tQry and tQe
plougll and not wlta the swonl.Phl.
ladelphia Public Ledger.
why should the Berlin paper ima-
gine that it is possible to induce us.
of Hawaii, which voientarily asked
i .! mm! A.X YA Fvn.f rm r
him fuhiitni luc ucvwta w-
Moa- change which already existed nader?r do we desire to intervene at the and Prince Adalbert Is making , ion? -- t' Tto S PrtUc
' rZ4 trsk o a-1" "" a first cl2Ss power trip on a militarr training ship. ;31- 1Sfll There will be sow at paouc
Pub- reciprocity IQ behalf of anybody.-CWcago Chro-i .' , . ,atfoii on Saturday. January 11.
! ni-u. t . . , . ... 192. In front of the Quartermasters
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existing circumstances, to in-
tervene la behalf of the Boers? We
! a not exactly la z position jest now.
. The future of baseball, particular-,
' ly of the Nationa leagae variety, is
? mA a ??-ijrvS 4 12 Vvff &." . f
c4r;vj .. . ii
sates get through quarreling before
, spring and the courts will decide who
te really in control of the National
leagae there may be some prospect
of a prospeross season. At present
i It looks more than doubtful. Chica-
t The fact a Vanderbilt declined
.' o ran against a Belmont for Con-
SJT, Tii, 1.7,;;, 7 rXT'
I Dractical noliticians of the district
th atmosDhere of reeret over a
2a0t, thin that T,. --n vever-
1535, gj- $nd consolation ia the
thought that the Vanderbllt corpora-
tions are not likely to lose all in-
terest in their political relations.
Democratic Weekly Paper.
By the time that the epoch-making The Spokesman a weeklv political
address at Chesterfield is thoroughly, make ts first 3ppearance
digested it will be discovered tbat(me weefc from Sundav acC0rdang fo
it is a string of disappointments, and j tfae plans Qf edUor proprietor and
it will be Interesting to see whether manager u D. Timmons. It will be a
the fiction of Lord Rosebery's great-1 str!ctIv Democratic paper and will be
ness survives. It has already outliv-; devoted t0 poHtics.
ed a series ol.ruue snocss. out tnere
is a greater cause for disillusionment
now than ever before. Chicago Rec-
The trouble with grand opera is
that the stars are so well paid they
feel they can afford to gratify their
whims. Their most frequent whim is '
not to sing when they are billed to !
and their manager raves makes not !
the slightest difference. They are al
pampered lot. ana need wnat, untor-1
lunaieiy, mey can 1 get an occasion-
a' good spanking. Kansas City Jour-!
; It is a favorable sign that men
I prominently identified with large in
dustrial affairs as employers are tak
ing a keen interest and showing an-'
xietv to come to a clear understand-
inir "with the leaders of labor for thft
security of their common interests.
Understanding is what is chiefly
needed and lack of it is in most
cases the cause of conflicts, which
1 must always result in loss for one
u.uc wtw vv"-. ..v" yii .lclll
The report that the Pan-American
congress, in session in the Citv of
Mexico, has failed utterly to arrange
for a practicable scheme of arbitra-;
tion can hardly be considered sur-j
prising it would have been truly re-
liiaiKauie u me various aoum Amer
ican republics, with their divers and
conflicting interests, had consented , to j
accept arbitrtion of their difficulties
Probably Great Britain woulu not
oppose fortification, but the question
is whether, even so, it would be
worth while. As has been frequently
pointed out. the most effective pro-!
tection of the canal would havev to
be furnished by the navy. Probably i
when the country makes up Its mind
upon the matter, the decision will be ' government of the Island of Mauri
that extensive fortification of the ca- tius 5n 1S-lu in denomination of one
nal will be useless and inadvisable. ' shilling, they can make an excellent
Sioux City Journal. , bargain with J. M. Bartels of Boston
. ' and Carl Milladt of Baden, Germanv.
The plan proposed by the confer-!
ence held in New York between the '
leaders of capital and labor, for the
appointment of a sunrenifl committer '
to investigate and determine all con
troversies which mav hereafter occur '
between emnlover and emolovep in .
anv of our great mining and manufac-
hiring industries, commends itself to
the approval of all wise and good citi-
zens. It is a most palpable step to-'
ward the just sett'ement of the un-
happy differences which have hither-
COMMENT! to existed, and the prevention there-, who wJshes f3 add the pair to his col
by of the costlv and hitter fruit.ij?P lection. For a pair he is to pay 15.-
that all extended "labor strikes" in-'
evitably produce. Kansas CitvWorld. !
There were no operators on duty,
on the Illinois Central railroad when
the accident at Rockford occurred,
during the night, and this is probably
the cae on most roads after nightfall.
The pecuniary loss resulting
such collisions as the one on the Wa-
bash, in Michigan, and the smash-nn
0n thp nilnote Ppntr,i Miim,j aJl
.. IHlnos Central railroad near,
Rcckford. will be large enough In
the aggregate to pay for a great deal
the aggregate to pay for a great deal ,
of help, and if the monev had been
spent in that way precious lives
would have been saved. Milwaukee
NOTES ABUOT MEN
a new member ,
E. S. Candler, Jr.
of the Mississippi delegation to Con
gress, says he made his first dollar
by hauling cordwood behind a yoke
of oxen to a country town and sell
Hans Christian Anderson, the fam
ous autnor of juvenile books, form
ed his style by narrating his stories ST.. '' WrS?cn Drt P55'
tn varin t,, f ui T' 'Flatters. Swager. Punches. Pinchers,
10 various groups of children before w,.,,., tw?- c?t ' t, .
u htouj taem aown. His one Wheels. Rims. Oak and Spruce Lum
thought was to become famous, and ber. Drawing Knife, Bevel, etc.. etc
he was very careful not to make any Together with a fifteen years lease
enemies. of the propertv situated on the corner
Pnitfmp tVIHfoTn'c d - .!
r ... cu uu me iu,,.. r,-
pet their educaUon in part at the
military academy at Pion. Two of '
them are now there and three hare
been there. The Crown Prince is at
, present af' ths UniTersstv of Bonn.
. iwo kiie -- , .-
appear to be considerable Henry
Sienkiewicz. the novelist, whose sil-
ver iahilpa the Poles recently ceie -
n t rn -i r-i m. F.m-im; t bi i r n r
s - -
(.!ftj nrxwieA irfth a cbatan
l ' n .. ----.li.
mIm . iTl&rj,siT- d hna-
Ung & hs faome ,a
I WaisaT aj decora.ed with bi tro-
, Qme 6f lhem tma Africa
' senator HeitfeW of Idaho was ask -
ed recentlv whether he expected to "AORANGI." dHe to sail for the Col-
, bavg opi0iMoa when he came aponies on the ISth insu mast apply
fn -j-flT1 -rnnfi5itJnn-- h Tnr- n.isn?a hr th formor boat not.
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5" weI1' X sfeoaW iaere
sn t a man in Idaho dhi wants to
I be Senator.
nM...t- -f,,. mr,Vr UfA
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worth living out West."
D. Timmons Will Run a Strictly
The Spokesman win be an eight-1
pagg affajr abQUt the sJze of the San ,
Frnj5n Arf-nnant and its nrice will'
be five cents. When the campaign :
opens The Spokesman will become a
daily paper. The Paradise of the
Pacific Company will publish the new
sheet. The Spokesman will be the
authorized Democratic organ.
STOLEN CLOTHING RECOVERED
Regoria Garcia, a Porto Rican, is Ar
rested fr Larceny.
The police now have in their cus
ody a Porto Rican who, they believe,
is responsible for some of he petty
thieving which has of late been ram
pant in Honolulu.
Yesterday afternoon Chief of De
tectives David Kaapa found Regoria
Garcia bearing a package which, up-
on investigation, contained a number
of articles of wearing apparel belong
ing to Sebastian Kaulukou. Detective
Kaapa immediately placed the Porto
Rican under arrest and he was held
pending further investigation.
j A quantity of goods was discovered
in the rooms of Garcia. Included in
the miscellaneous collection of recov
ered property were several pair of
trousers, coats and shirts.
Kalihi Road Repaired,
The Rd Department is making a
1 great improvement in the Kalihi road.
Thnt thnmiiirhfaro fnr n milf in ov-
tent has been thoroughly macadam- j
ized. The work of surfacing will
probably be completed by the close of
A RARE STAMP.
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.v iuC Cu.Ci iwpuuuLau.
If any of the good people of Denver
can discover among their old letters j
one bearing a stamp issued by the 1
philatelists. Mr. Milladt is in search
of a Mauritius stamp of the issue
mentioned. Among the collection
valued at 570,000, which these two
gentlemen have, is one of the
stamPs of that issue,
which is valued
at $5,000. There are not more than
four or five of them in existence, but
three of tnem liave been located. Mr.
-uluaul s anxious to secure another
of the same issue- as he will then be
ao,e t0 fil1 an order placed with him
bv an eccentric German philaielist.
00 tnalers. equivalent to S10.S00 in
Thanking the citizens of Honolulu
for their many kind favors and patron
age, and as r shall be leaving here
soon. I wish to warn the Public at
large, that I shall only be morally re-
fnsibll fr any debts contracted by
",, .c" " iU) yompanj. ana uat
such debts contracted must be
presented at the box office on or be-
fore the ISth day of January, 1902 for
Honolulu. January 7th, 1902.
AUCTION SALE IN BANKRUPTCY.
On Thursday. January' 23rd. at 10
o'clock a. m.. at mv salesroom ar,
Queen street, .Honolulu, I will sell at '
Pullic Auction, by order of Mr. H. G.
-uiaaieaitcn, trustee in the estate of
J. H. Taylor & Co.. bankrupts, the fol
lowiag partially described merchan
dise, the complete list of which can be
seen at my office: Anvils, Tire Up
setter. Coal. Bits. Hammers, Clamps.
Mallets, Bolts. Shovels, Calipers.
Wrenches. Desk, Scales. Buggy
nre Bander. Round and Flat Bar Iron
of Queen and Milinani streets, and the'
corrugated iron covered building situ-!
JAMES F. MORGAN. AucUoneer.
Honolulu. Jan. 9. 1902.
Office ,of the Depci Quartermaster
store hoase. beginning at It a. m..
J5 Terin3: cash In TJ. S.
Bads For farth9r particulars ad
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Xotic is hereby given that intend
. in5 passengers per Steamship "MO-
, ANA. due to sail for Vancouver on
1 the loth insL. and per Steamship
:,:" - ""."-.-- T", ..JRICE
ter man uonaay tne otn
, tor tne tatter not later tnau i aurs-.
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j THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.. LTD..
At a meeting of the See Yup Be
nevolent Society, the following offi
cers were elected for the ensuing
Chu Gem President.
Lam Tai Vice President.
Chung Leong. .English Secretary.
Chang Tong Chang
Woo Wan Treasurer. '
L. Dan Yen Auditor. ;
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION OF FORECLOSURE AND,
Notice is hereby given that pursuant j
to the powers of sale contained in that !
certain mortgage dated October 30th, '
1S99, made by Cecelia N. Arnold of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of
Hawaii, as mortgagor, to C. Bosse
formerly of Honolulu, aforesaid, but
now of San Francisco State of Calif
ornia, as mortgagee, and recorded in
the Registry of Conveyances in said
Honolulu, in Liber 196, on pages 263
and 264, the mortgagee intends to
foreclose the said mortgage for con
dition broken, to wit: the non-pay-
ment of the interest on the sum of 1
Twenty-five Hundred Dollars ($2500)
the principal sum secured by said 1
mortgage when due. ;
Notice is likewise given that the ',
property conveyed by the said mort-'
gage will be sold at Public Auction at ;
the auction rooms of James F. Mor-
' gan. Auctioneer, Queen St., Honolulu.
on SATURDAY, the 18th day of Jan-1
uary. 1902, at 12 o'clock noon. j
The property covered by said mort-'
gage consists of all that piece or par- j
eel of land situated on the Waikikl i
side of Makiki Street near Wilder
Avenue, Honolulu, aforesaid, and com- J
All that piece or parcel of land con
taining an area of forty-two hundreths ,
(42-100) of an acre situate at Makiki, 1
Honolulu, aforesaid, and being the
piece or parcel of land described in
Royal Patent 3690. Land Commission
Award 1101 S to Wahine.
Together with all buildings, lm -
provements. rights, easements, priv -
lieges and appurtenances thereunto
Terms-Cash, United States Gold
coin. deeds afc expense of purchaser.
For iurther particulars apply to
HOLMES & STANLEY,
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
uateu iionomiu, uecemaer Z6, laui.
By his attornev in fact.
A Gup of
To get a real good cup of Coffee
you'll have to start back of the ac
tual making. You'll have to look
to the roasting and grinding.
Is a high grade blend, but moder
30c. the pound.
Roasted three times a week and
ground three times a day from good
old Kona coffee. Always pure and
LEWIS & GO., ltd.
1066 Fort St.
240 Three Telephones 240.
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WH G IRWIN Rfl Til
O III. U. I II IT 1 11 U UU., LIU
m. vj. irwin..r-.esiaeni ec .Manager
Claus Spreckels.. First Vice Pesident.O
W. JL Giffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney, Jr...Treas. and Sec'y
AGENTS FOR THE
Oceanic S. S. Co.
Of San Frxnclico. CaL
CYLINDER PRESS FOR SALE
A CYLINDER PRESS. Inaoodcon-Sn
ditlon Just u. press for a weekly
j paper. Will be sold at a bargain.
1 ppiy ax
Jobbing Proinplly Attended to
kuen Chang Ca.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
I S '"l'"
Floury Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables.
: WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
120 KING STREET.
P. O. Box 972. Phene. White 801.
Ernest Hogan's Funny Folks
JANUARY 8th. 1902.
3 Act MusicalFarce Comedy
"A Country Coon" m
! Staged by Ernest Hogan with
Entire Company of 3D
People in the Cast.
Win. F. Wilson Co.
The leading Plumbers of San Fran
cisco, have decided to locate a per
manent establishment in Honolulu.
This will give the residents of this
city an opportunity of having their
plumbing done at reasonable rates by
the most skilfull mechanics in the
1 plumbing business,
1 . ,
OFFICE AND SHOP AT THE
Alexander Young Eluding.
Have Just Opened
An entirely New Consignment of....
SILK GOODS IN PIECE,
GRASS LINEN EMBROIDERED,
CARVED IVORY WARE.
SANDAL WOOD BOXES,
JEWELRY and NOVELTIES.
ALL ORIENTAL GOODS OF
THE VERY BEST.
Phong Fat Co.,
The Pacific Hardware Co., 'Ltd.
& SIxp.L'b of
Keep one at your bed- o
side and throw light
on the burglar when
he comes for your
The HoNister Drug Co.,
Is loaded up with Good Things
SCOTCH SHORT BREAD CAKES,
ALL SIZES, PRICES and
like your Mother up3
Cookies, Macaroons. Lady Fingers,
Cream Puffs and all the dainty atyl' -suitable
TONS OF PURE CANDY
from cheap grade for children up
to better grades for 50 cents. W--can
furnish you a box of dHciou
candle worth a dollar elsewhere
J. OSWALD L.TJTTED,
PHONE 74. MANAGER.
9 2TLSQ SOMEmORE
5 Ichiffiiii Stoves
AND ANOTHER INVOICE of ...
AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL.