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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY. JANUARY u. i&tz.
THE HONOLULU BEPOBLICAH
PabUsced Every Moraiug Except Moa
dr by die Robert Grieve Pub
ttshiag Company, Lia-lted.
Bnes OSJcc Main 218.
Editcrtal Rooms Man 123.
Washington Bureau Post Building.
fettered at the Poet Office at Hoao -
)1b, H. T, as second-class call.
Per Month, by Carrier 5 .
One Year, by Mail 5.S8
Six Months, by Mall 3-00
Three Months, by Mall or Carrier 1.50
HONOLULU, H. T., JAN. 11, 1902
THE FUTURE OF CHINA.
ahe recent quarrel between
Powers and China must sooner or
Inter end la the opening of the Celes
tut Bmpire to virtually unrestricted
commercial Intercourse. In order to
form some conception of what awaits
the probable course of events in the
next century, we may well consider
what would be implied In virtually
free trade with China. What would
be the outlay required to supply say
t Industrial, commercial, mining
and transportation equipment for a
population of -150.000.000 of indusrl
ons ad fairly enterprising people?
Whilst no definite answer to this
question may be attempted, some
data may b given which will faintly
sugge tthe possible magnitude of the
plant requirements to be supplied to
China under Western auspices. Chi
a's population is about 50.000.000 In
excess of that of combined Europe:
and yet Europe's railroad plant has
cost jib.&w.uwj.TOU. une coiion muis oi ,
Europe have made a capital outlay i
of fully $1,200,000,000. The Iron in
vestments of Europe aggregate ap
. i . fAt si ne trl.,.r.n.
prwcMwuNj .a.i.wv in v-
fiicts. relating to but three industries (
aim yei covering jiy.&uu.vw.uuu oi in
dustrial captal. suggest the magni
tude of the investments, from foreign
sources, that would be needed to de-
velop the varied resources of the
Celestial Empire to an extont pro
portioned to Its natural wealth, its
population and the thrlftv habits of
Its people. The reconstruction of a
aation of 450.000.000 Inhabitants
would be a mngnlficent achievement ,
for a century of development and
would immensely augment the
and wealth of the world.
To this vast field for commercial
ATiumiinn th TTif,i cn. iie
noarest, whilst also are fullv equip
IKJd for developing its resources. To
us above all countries, therefore.
China is tho land of promise and yet
of watchful solicitude. While con
ceding to all other nations equality
of opportunities for trade, our high-1 S. T. Alexander was among the re
ost future Interests demand that we j turning passengers arriving by the
oajoy every advantage accorded to Alameda yesterday.
the most aggressive powers. Here
in lias the chief heritage bequeathed
to our country from the Nineteenth
With Honolulu as a port of entry!
for Chinese, what golden opportun
ities will evtet here for the new ofll-i
dais of Uncle Sam.
With a rash balance of $S21.623,72S j
On hand at the close of last year.)
Unci Sam has no immediate cause'
Tb r-Mhans r m.l-lnr mnr., nn.
versions in tho United States Senate)
whh the aid of the Sugar and Tobacco I
Trust hold-up men on the outside.
Minister Wu is one of the cleverest j
MiMUiuau i ii ii l asmnmon nas ever
. and it would .lot be surprising
V enforcement of the Ex-
The Republican's special Washing
ton corresponuem rovivos me talk or
Governor Dole's resignation, also say-
tS w". jbusv ncssee can nave uo-"i uonu on me Aiameaa ior a va -
posttiott If he will only ask for It., cation.
I'srkaps the Judge Is not ambitious J Edmund Norrie. the welbknown edi
fur other honors. (tor of the Independent .Is conval -
j escing from a severe Illness which
To Hon. Samaol Parker all
watiaas send Alohas. While pro-,
dalmiag from the housetop the com
lag marriage of Prince David, he said i
nothiag for publication In regard to,CaU Is reported as haviar accemed '
jils own. At the same time Mr. Par-i
kar saw to It that the Prince did;
not outstrip him in the race for matrl-i
monlal happiness. j downtown yesterday afternoon and re-'
! ceived the congratulations of friends !
There Is some talk In Congress oflon hls recovery. Captain Murray Has'
allowing Hawaii to make its own ar-j
rangements in regard to the admis-j
. . .
sion or unmese. provided they are
not allowed to go to the Mainland.
At present a majority of Congressmen
Is opposed to any such plan, but there )
i- i-i.i i . . I
.unmsumyuappenoeioreisalenno and wife. Berlin: Mr. and
the Excludon Act Is signed by thel.Mrs. St. Ange. Boston: Theo. A. Fo-
ValleJo, Calif, Is
sooa to have aa
The strikers at -Barteteaa,
ow anaber 2t,Mf.
xfc ejiWearfc of small pax at Raaas-
( brg. Cak. te abating.
Eight ca.s of diphtheria hare been
reported at Fresno, California.
! The condition of Rear-Admiral
Sampson. Jaa. , shows some improve-
Los Angeles will have Its first
; melting plant within a period of two
, All of the trolley wires in operation
I in Pittsburg. Pa., are to be pat under
A route is being surveyed for the
Burlington from Billings to Great
It has been definitely learned that
i King Edward will personally open
General Botha has sent a note to all
I Hnar nnmmnntnv rnnllPQt f ni thpm tf)
"- .-..... WW, ,j..W - ...v..-
j kecp on fighljng.
An open switch caused the Santa
Fe Limited train west bound to leave
the track at Barstow, Cal.. on Jan. 3.
The net receipts of the Harvard and
Yale football game, at Cambridge.
Mass.. which were shared equally,
The battleship Missouri was suc
cessfully launched at the shipyard at
Newport News, Va., in the presence of
General De Wet has ordered the
Boer commandants to retard the work
of extending the British blockhouses
at any cost.
The funeral of Mrs. Maude McCor
mick. daughter of Joaquin Miller, the
"Poet of the Sierra." was held at the
Wild horse meat Is the principal
article of food for the section men on
lne ,ies(.rt districts
ln Southern Utah.
of the railroads
Six men were fatally wounded in a
general fight at a small county church
at pik0 p0Stofficet and a panic took
jlace amQng the worshlppers
Five insurgent ofllcers and 175 men,
with six cannon, 51 rifles and IT shot-
i guna, surreuuerea 10 me American
authorities on the Island of Cebu.
The first annual convention of the
California Creamery Operators' Asso
ciation was held at San Francisco, at
Vrfl mjS I VI I J V- T VV
A. Raas returneu trom
Cisco oy tne Aiameua yesieraay.
A. J. Campbell has returned from a
business trip to the Coast.
Mrs. A. Sherwood was among the
arrivals from the Orient by the Hong
Assistant Attorney General Douthitt
returned to town on the Alameda yes
terday with his bride.
James A. Kennedy, manager of the
Honolulu Iron Works of Honolulu, Is
a guest at the Occidental.
Col. Charles J- McCarthy arrived
yesterday by the Alameda after an ex-
' tended business trip to the Coast.
Dr. E. C. Waterhouse has returned
from a two weeks' vacation spent on
Kauai with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rice
Oscar J. Lewis; the shipping master.
is back from San Francisco, having
been called to the Coast on a bust
Inspector of Llceuses J. Batchelor
wiU make au official ol,r of Maui the
! nrst of ne.t week. Hawaii will also
be visited before his return.
J. C Cohen, manager of the Or
pheum. has received word from his
Vifn that hr mnttipr Mrs 1 C Wnllr.
dled n San Fran;isco on Jan.3
al R r
., ,.., , ... ,
"im wuvm ttuiu me tuui m iat-
steamship Alameda yesterday.
3Ir. Bozio. a leader of the French
colony of San Francisco, aud a diree-!
colony of San Francisco aud a diree-
tor of the French hospital of that city, j
came down on the Alameda for a va- j
tor of the French hospital of that city, j
-. nun iut wuuuiu lu uis iuuu i
for several weeks. j
Rev. K. E. Banhaa. who for some J
years past has been pastor of the Cm-,
Church at Cloverdale.
the pastorate of a church In Honolulu. ;
Tlm B. jj,BrW( the o)d stand bv of
the Annexation paitr. took a drive !
uctfn -Perosiy m tor the past six
mnths' but s Doy raPIdlr recovering.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
The follftwlntv wnficte ialrtctrA ..
f.4.. . .. ,-,," :. . "..
i iviuaj- ai iae nawaiiaa notei: j.
Arra' w!fe .,, chlld RtpI- -I'v". r,pw J!
. - l
mllur. AugusU. Ga
of latest Foreign fleois
which maay practical feifas of value
It Is charged by a Philadelphia pa
per that Maciays history of the Am
erican Navy Is still being used as a
text book in the Naval Academy at
"Producers refinery," which will
use 20,000 barrels of crude oil month
ly. Insuring a much better price for
petroleum, is soon to be established
at Los Angeles.
"our persons were killed and 2S in
jured, some of them possibly fatally,
in a collision on the Chicago and
Northwestern railroad at Malta, Ills..
60 miles west of Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Theband of Madi
son avenue. New York, were robbed
of S50.000 worth of jewelry by a valet
named Kern, who had been in their
employ only two weeks.
Spencer's Arcade, Victoria's big de
partment store, was gutted by fire and
flooded with water. The loss is esti
mated at $250,000, and the insurance
amounts to about $125,000.
Henry Claine. who for years held
the position of hangman for Snn Ber
nardino county, Cal., died at Chino of
lockjaw, the result of injHries receiv
ed in a runaway accident recently.
It is said that an important feature
of the coronation ceremonies will be
a naval review at Spithead on an un
precedentedly large scale, to which
foreign warships will be invited.
Southern California was visited by
a severe windstorm, and Riverside.
Ontario, Pomona, Corona 3nd other
places in that section report consider
able loss to orchardists from fallen
A cable to the New York Sun from
Peking says an edict was published
providing for a temple in Peking to
Li Hung Chang. Hitherto only Man-1
cans, ami not umnese. nave Deen tnus .
A diamond chain, valued at 53,500.
was shipped from Washington by a
iewelrv firm to Josenh Frankel & .
c , -. v.i. , ,. v. ,..
n arriVOA Qt xw vw.. , oin
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Emperor Francis Joseph has order-'
cd the expulsion from Austria of the
principals in the baccarat game of
Dec. 21, when at the Vienna Jockey
Club Count Potocki lost $500,000 dur
ing three hours' playing. Count Pal
lavicinl winning most of the money.
Wilkes Barre, Pa.; U. Unsman, San
Francisco: E. A. Douthitt and wife,
San Francisco; E. J. Lea. San Fran
cisco; Mr. and Mrs. Del Sovelli, Sail
Francisco; Carl Niesson and family.
New York; C. V. R. Marden, New
York; John Kepeen, Teplitz; Miss
Anison, Berlin; lima de Monga, New
York; D. U. Sauer and wife, New
York; W. F. Lehigh. Seattle; C F. C.
Temons, Butte; James H. Burrey.
Denver; Jno. Baker, S. F.; R. H.
Wakefield, S. F.; J. H. Mahoney. S.
F.; Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Rial, Chicago;
A. E. Howell and wife; Miss Jennie
Duff. Louis Zauer, Arthur Michael,
Boston: C. B. Baughuian, S. F ; Wm.
Bind. S. F.
ASSOCIATION GAME TODAY.
1 Wanderers and Hackfeld Davies
Teams to Play at Makiki.
I There will be a game of Association
I football on the Makiki grounds this
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. The game
1 will be played between the Hackfeld
j Davies team and the Wanderers. The
J teams will be composed from the fol
j lowing players:
i Hackfeld-Davies Goal. Dusenberg;
",fullbacks. Beardraore and Ross; half-
i backs. Ct. Clair. Stopp and Churtoa:
' forwards. Morse. Beyer. Guild, Brett
Wanderers Goal. Notlev; full
backs, Aylett. John Waterhousi?;
t half-backs Simpson. Stokes. Cock-
, burn; forwards, Williamson. Black
burn. Catton (captain), Usborne. Geo.
j Reserves Geo. Kent-veil. J. Os
borne. J. Marcallino
work on Dniished Grounds Has
ready Been Completed
1 Tne planting of trees alons the
i des of the drHIsh9d grounas has
now been finished and it is expected
Jthat the bare space, which has here-
i tofore beeD anything but beautiful to
iuuiv at. m oon oe surrounuea oy
0n he side facing Hotel street. 16
reviiiea Robusta or Silver Oaks and
one Fritcharidia Gaudichudii palm.
wklcb Is better known by iLs naUve
nam Loulu. have been placed, while
n the side facing Miller street seven
PoJnclana Regias have been planted.
LARGE STAR COMPANY HE"RE.
Worlds Entertainers Stop Here While
En Route tc Australia.
Among the passengers who arrived
in the Alameda were the "World's En
tertainers" company which is on its
way to Australia to which place they
" " " - '
Chicago. The company, or rather the
companies as there are 12 different!
j companies as taere are 12 different :
sUr acts represented, will be dlstrib-
Governor John R. Rogers of "Wash
la goa, after aa Illness of six days, !
died at Olyrnpta. Ke was bora in J
Brunswick, Me., Sept. 4. 1S3S. being!
the greatgrandson of a Captain Joha
A watersprout burst over the city
of Saffe. Morocco, and inundated the
lower part of the' town for 12 hours.
sweeping everything into the sea.
Two hundred persons are reported
Judge Elliott of the district court
of Hennepin county, Minn granted a
temporary order restraining the ofll
cers of the Northern Pacific company
from retiring the preferred stock of
A Christmas tree loaded with in-
flammable ornaments caused a fire in
Chicago that destroyed the Alexander
apartment building, a six-story struc
ture, corner of Bowen and Cottage
Grove avenues. The loss will exceed
An explosion in the barrel mill of
the Moosic Powder Company at its
Jermyn, Pa., works, blew the mill and
some adjoining buildings to pieces
and broke windows for miles around, j
Two persons were fatally injured,
while others received cuts from liv
Colonel Firman's camp at Zeefon
tein. Orange River Colony, consisting
of three companies of yeomanry and
two guns, was successfully rushed by .
1,200 Boers under General De Wet.
Six ofllcers and 50 men were killed,
eight officers wounded and four are
Captain Schoeffel. with a detach-,
ment of IS men of the Ninth Infantry,
at Dapdo. Island of Samar. was at- j
tacked by a large force of bolomen.
A severe hand-to hand fight" ensued,
in which a sergeant, corporal and five
privates were killed.
The interior department has issued
instructions for the withdrawal of,
lands from settlements in Montana j
north and west of the Kootenai river,
The order will involve 1,000,000 acres
of land in KalisDell countv besides '
.,w,, f-r, .i. ..-.,. , t.t" ,
?7fi n wc
- - ..o.
a dispatch from Colon states that ,
in a battle at Honda the Colombian i
insurgents were routed bv the govern-
ment troops. On the following morn-1
Jng. when 400 were found to have i
been killed, the insurgents retreated i
toward Guayaquil, taking their wound-1
ed with them.
uted to different theaters in Australia
in three divisions each being filled
out with local talent. The members
have been gathered from Germany,
London, New York, Chicago and vari
ous other places, joining together a
combination the like of which is rare- gage consists "of all that piece or par
ly seen. The expenses of taking them eel of land situated oi the Waikiki
to Australia cost the management I side of Makiki Street near Wilder
nearly $10,000. ' Avenue, Honolulu, aforesaid, and com-
The company will only give about .
eight performances here as they leave I
uar- -" J
' "" '
New Ice Cream Parlors.
D. G. Camarlnos has recently open-
ed up a dainty and neat ice cream!
parlor, corner of Alakea and King.
Everything clean and tasty. Ice ,
cream, cool drinks, etc. Don't fail to i
The annual meeting of the stock- J
holders of the Pacific Guano & Fer- j
tllbflr rVlmrTif will V, J.ol.1 n fnn. '
..a..t-. VJW..Jtlu , ui u tiiu ua ,uuu ,
day. January 20th. 1902, at 11 o'clock !
a. m., at the office of H. Hackfeld & '
Co., Ltd., Honolulu.
F.. KLAMP ,
NOTICE OF MEETING.
A meeting of the stockholders of
the Robert Grieve Publishing Com
pany, Limited, is hereby called at the
office of the Treasurer, J. H. Fisher. ,
foi SATURDAY, JANUARY 18th,
1902, at 3 o'clock p. m. Said meeting
being for the purpose of discussing '
the general business affairs of the '
Company. EDWIN S. GILL. ;
Honolulu. Jan. 10th, 1902.
Thanking the citizens of Honolulu
for their many kind favors and patron-
age. and as I shall be leaving here
soon. I wish to warn the Public at
large, that I shall only be morally re
sponsible for any debts contracted by '
the members of my Company, and that
all such debts contracted . must be
presented at the box office on or be
fore the ISth day of January, 1902. for !
ratification. " j
ERNEST HOGAN. 1
Honolulu. January 7th. 1902.
AUCTION SALE IN BANKRUPTCY.!
-On Thursday. January 23rd, at 10 1 H.
o'clock a. m- at my salesroom. 65
Queen street. Honolulu. I will sell att
Public Auction, by order of Mr. H. G. j
MIddledltch. trustee In the estate of'
J. H. Taylor & Co.. bankrupts, the fol
lowing, partially described merchan-i
dise. the complete list of which can be '
seen at my office: Anvils. Tire Up-1
setter. Coal, Bites. Hammers, Clamps, i
Mallets. Bolts. Shovels. Calipers.;
It T-i T. J J r-i-t -D t
VrVwhp; nrfn i4 '
Flatters. Swajcer. Punches. Pinchers. I
Wreaches. Desk. Scales. Buggy
"Wheels. Rims. Oak and Sprace Lum
ber. Drawing Kaife. Bevel, etc.. etc
Together with, a fifteen years" lease
of the property situated on the corner
of Queea and Milinani streets, and the
corrugated iron covered building sJta
JAMES F. MORGAN. Auctioneer. .
Honolulu. Jan. 9. 1902.
OSce of the Depot Qoartermaste;
U. S. A., Honolulu. H. T., Decembe;
SI. lSul. Ther will be snli! at nubile
aHction Satlirdav. jannarv ll.
, 19K m froat of the QBartermaster's
. S;ore xse, beeinnlns; at Id a. m .
, 15 mBtes. Terms: Cash In U. S.
S funds. For further particulars ad
dress GEO. Me. K- WILLIAMSON.
CapL Q. M. U. S. A. Depot M M.
Notice is hereby given that intend
ing passengers per Steamship "MO
ANA." due to sail for Vancouver on
the 15th inst., and per Steamship'
"AORANGI." due to sail for the Col-,
onies oa the ISth inst., must apply
for passage by the former boat not
later than Monday, the 6th Inst., and
tor the latter not later than Thurs
day, the 9th Inst )
THEO. H. DAVIE5 &. CO.. LTD.,
At a meeting of tne See Yup Be-'
nevolent Society, the following ofli-!
cers were elected for the ensuing!
Chu Gem President.
Lam Tai Vice President.
Chung Leong. .English Secretary.
Chang Tong Chang
Woo Wan Treasurer.
L. Daa Yen Auditor.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION OF FORECLOSURE AND
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
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,
formerij of Hono ulu, aforesaid, but
jj0w Qt gan FranCJBC0 Stat(j Qt Cajf.
ornla, as mortgagee, and recorded in
the Registry of Conveyances in said
"ono'in". m uoer lSb, on pages 263
?nd T64' mortgagee intends to
luictjuse me saiu moriKace ior con
dition broken, to wit: the non-payment
of the interest on the sum nt
Twenty-five Hundred Dollars ($2500)
the principal sum secured by said
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-
Lary, 1902, at 12 o'clock noon.
Tha nrnnorti Anraro" V coM tnntf.
. .A " that Piece or parcefcof land con-
Honolulu, aforesaid, and being the
piece or parcel of land described a
Royal Patent 3690, Land Commlssiqn
Award 1101S to Wahine.
Together with all buildings, im-
provements, rights, easements, priv-
iieees and aDnurtenances thereunto
Terms Cash, United States Gold ,
. coin; deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to j
HOLMES & STANLEY,
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu. December 23. 1901.
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 gcoj
old Kona coffee. Always pure and
LEWIS & GO., ltd.
1066 Fort St.
240 Three Telephones 240. Jl
WM. G. IflWIK & GO., LID
TT - . I T !- r W J
Claus Spreckels.. First Vice Pesldeat O
W. M. GIffard.. Second Vice President;'
M. Whitney, Jr...Treas. and Secyi
AGENTS FOR THE
(JPAnTllP R fi Cf I
UCeaJUC 0 " 0i
Of Ssn Francis ce. CL
V Jobbing Promptly Attended to
.MONDAY. JANUARY 13TH
MESSRS. HENRY LEE and
JAMES G. RIAL ,
Take pleasure in presenting their
For a short season, en route to Aus
tralia. A glance over the list of.
j stars w!ll coavlnce tho most indlffer
ent observer that we offer onlv th
VPfV Irpntst fintltr.a 'in tVio linn rt
European and American
. . . VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS . . .
No where else in this world will you
find such an organization of leading'
features and high salaried performers
11 i"e Jnteitiiine;rss
SALERNE THE GREAT.
BUNTH and RUDD COMPANY.
PROF. POWELL AND COMPANY.
ARRAS AND ALICE.
( ST. ONGE BROTHERS.
I DELTORELLIS CASINO TRIO.
J BERT FLATT and ROSE SUTHER
( MLLE. ANCION,
THE FERRARIS DUO.
1 MISS HOPE HADDEN.
MLLE. ILMA DE MONZA and
CARL NILSSON'S TROUPE.
REMEMBER EVERY EVENING,
Reserved Seats $1.00. Gallery 50c.
; 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 tholr
plumbing done at reasonable rates by
the most skillful mechanics in the
OFFICE AND SHOP AT THE
Alexander Young Buding.
II --,. T.-J- A . "I
113 VA I HCf l)AfA
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 Fal Co.,
33 KING STREET.
lUlfitH PRESS FOI W
A CYLINDER PRESS in good con
ditionjust the Press for a Weekly
Paper. Will be sold at a Bargain.
Apply at REPUBLICAN OFFICE.
The Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd.
q Keep one at your bed
'o side and throw light
IV n i i . . .
on ine ourgiar wnen
ne comes for your o
The HoIIister Drug Co.,
Is loaded up with Good Things
SCOTCH SHORT BREAD CAKES,
ALL SIZES, PRiCES and
like your Mother usl
Cookies. Macaroons. Lady Flagera,
Cream Puffs and all tha dainty aty!.-
suitable for Christmas.
TONS OF PURE CANDY
from cheap grade for children up
to bettor grades for 50 cents. W
oan furnish you a box of deMdou
candle worth a dollar elsewhr
J. OSWALD LTJTTED,
PHONE 74. MANAGER.
$HLSO SOME MORE g
Iclifeaii Stoves I
and Ranges. I
AND ANOTHER INVOICE of , R
AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL.