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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY n. 1902.
The polir Great Boxes
All Box Calf, All
originated and made
"BETHEL STREET WAY
AT NO. 116
With the same old 'sign on the winoowx, and
A Brand New Stock of....
LINOLEUMS, OIL CLOTH and MATTINGS.
you will find
Ws are handling all
THE KASH CO.,LTD
lloro nrc a few sensible suggestions for Holiday Gifts:
Linen Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes,
Silk Hose, Underwear,
. Shirts, Pajamas, Ties.
All the above and many
The Kash Co., Ltd.
TWO STOBES TWO STOCKS.
P. O. Box 558.
23 and 27 Hotel Street and Corner
tan's - "Dewev"
New Lasts, All
New Chrome Tan,
solely "by Hanan's.
Paint and "Wall Paper
becomes another yesterday,
tomorrow will become another
today, don't wait for tomorrow but
more useful gifts are to be
Mam 96'and 2Tain 376
of Fort and Hotel Streets.
30 in. Guage 14 !bs. Rails
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
n. ffackfeM & Coy
PRESIDENT BROUGHT TO TERMS
GERMANY'S EXAMPLE LIKELY TO
BE FOLLOWED BY
Force Believed Necessary Germany
Has Fixed a Time Limit Perma
nent Occupation Would Not be
Tolerated New Note Summany
ing Claims Against the Republic
BERLIN'. Jan. 3. It has been un
officially announced here that the
German Charge d'Affairs at Caracas,
Herr von Pilgrlm-Baltazzi, has hand
ed President Castro -a note in which
the German claims against Venezuela
are clearly defined and In which a lim
it of time is set for President Castro's
At the same time this unofficial an
nouncement carefully points out that
the handling of the note In question to
the Venezuelan President cannot be
considered an ultimatum from Ger
many, since the note does not contain
any reference to Germany's future ac
tion with regard to Venezuela.
Powers to Take Action.
NEW YORK, Dec. 29. A special to
the Herald from Washington says:
Following the forcible collection by
Germany of claims held by her sub
jects, against Venezuela, France, Great
Britain and perhaps other countries,
will probably take similar action.
Even war between Germany and Ven
ezuela is not considered improbable.
A precedent of the greatest import
ance has been already established in
the German-Venezuelan dispute, and
it will serve as a basis for Euro
pean collection of claims in other
countries of Central and South Amer
ica. Intangible as the Monroe doctrine
had been before German representa
tions developed the attitude of the
United States, there was an indispo
sition on,the part of the powers to go
further than diplomatic representa
tions or even the severance of diplo
matic relations to obtain from the
American republics compensation for
injuries suffered by the persons and
property of their subjects.
READY FOR WAR
READY TO FIGHT. BEET HEN
HEAVY SUPPLIES POURED INTO
Domestic Product Cuts Into Profits of
Big Combine, Which Prepares for
Desperate Battle for Supremacy
Hundreds of Carloads of Refined
Cane Product Rushed Westward.
LACROSSE (Wis.), Jan. 3. A
strategic move on the part of the
cane sugar interests of the United
States in their war for supremacy
with the beet sugar producers has
come to light in this, city in the shape
of heavy consignments of cane sugar
being stored here. It was learned
today that there are in Lacrosse 150
carloads of cane sugar in excess of
the amount actually needed for
home consumption or usually dispos
ed of In tho regular course of busi
ness. Similar heavy shipments of cane
sugar have been made to Milwaukee,
Winona, Redwing. St. Paul, Minne
apolis, and, in fact, to all distribu
ting points of importance throughout
the Northwest. The approximate
value of the excess prcduct" stored in
Lacrosso is $60,000. and. computing
upon a comparative basis, it is pre
sumable that the entire amount
stored through this section of the
country aggregate several millions
The sugar trust proposes to flood
the market with this ,heavy output
in the near future, -it is known that
this Is the course planned for the
embarrassment of the bet sugar
manufacturers. That there Is well-
developed jealousy on the part of the
sugar trust against the beet men Is
well known, nor Is this strange in
the light of the fact that 75 per cent
of the sugar sold during the past year
was" beet sugar and that its manufac-i
the market at 10 cnts per hundred
less than the cane n-oduct and still
make a handsome profiL
Dacing at the Hawaiian.
A native quinteete club will rlar
during dinner at the Hawaiian Hftcl
tonicht after .-!i thP m k n.
cinsr on thP lanai .
- m ,
Will Be Uniformed.
Peter, manager of
.Mv&Eeaser aervice, cas nit upon an-
r. . . ...
omer pian. ua Monday sll the ms-
senrars hnv nf l. rn-t, tit '
.v0v. w..a u4 uig aw Jl Q-
pear in uniform ccata of grey with '
neavy blue trimmings.
mi POSTERS FOR UNITED STATES
TO RULE IN SIX' MILE WIDE
Further Details cf Prctecol Recently
Arranged With Southern Repub-'
lie Cost of Sweeping Conces-J
sions is Far Below What was i
Anticipated Arrangement With j
Costa Rica Probable.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 3. Some of ;
the main features of the protocol be-'
tween the United S ates and Nlcara
gut referred to in President Zelaya's
message to Congress give the com
plete American jurisdiction and the
establishment of American courts,
civil and criminal, .throughout a zone ,
six miles wide, extending from ocean
to ocean, and including the proposed '
termini, Greytown, on the Atlantic,
and Brito,Non the Pacific. The entire
policing of this large tract also is
placed in the hands of the United '
Besides the authority of American
courts and of the American police ;
in the six-mile zone, the chief fea-j
tures of the protocol are in giving a !
lease in perpetuity of this tract to the j
United States and at the same time j
giving an American guarantee that j
the independence, sovereigntv and in- j
tegrity of Nicaragua shall not be dis-
u"ucu u luv ""' "ua ""',.
upon the United States. ,
iso exact inrormation is ooiainanie
as to the price specified in the pro-'
tocol as payment to Nicaragua for
the grant to this country. It can be
stated positively, however, that this ;
price is much less than was expected
when the negotiations began, and it
is considered by officials as reason-
able. It is understood that at th9
outset the view in Nicaragua was
that $20,000,000 would be a proper I
figure for the grant to this coun- j
try, and about $5,000,000 for Costa .
Rica's granL But while there is no
information as to the final sum in j
the protocol, it is known to be far :
short of the above figures. As the j
cession takes the form of a perpetual j
lease. itis probable that the protocol j
includes the feature of an annual rent ,
as part payment '
A protocol with Costa Rica identi
cal in form with that with Nicaragua j
except in the matter of price and ter
.... ... ,. . ... ..I
ritory leased has been in crurse of '
negotiation, and it is understood that
a satisfactory conclusion will be
reach?d with that Government. i
MISS STONE REPORTED
LIBERATED BY BANDITS
LU.N'DOX, Jan. 2. A dispatch to
the Central News from Vienna says
a report has been received there via
Sofia to the effect that Miss Helen
M. Stone, the captive American mis
sionary, has been released. The re
port lacks confirmation.
LONDON, Jan. 3. The Sofia cor
respondent of tho Dai y Te cgraph
has cabled an unconfirmed rumor to
the effect that Miss Stone and Mme.
Tslika were liberated In Turkey on
January 1st, and that the Americans j
who conducted the negotiations resul
ting in this reported release agreed,
in the presence of the captives, to
maintain absolute silence concerning
the captors. If this promise Is bro
ken, concluded t!he correspondent,
vengeance will be wreaked upon the
FAST RECORD HADE
ON WESTERN RAILROAD
CHICAGO, Jan. 2. The St Paul's j
new mamoth engine has broken the i
record between Milwaukee and Chi-!
cago. On New Year's eve the new!
comp- und Atlant'c tvpe engine 921 j
made the eighty-five and two tenths i
miles from Chlcrgo to Mfwaukee iai?:45 a-
eichtr-seven minnt-s. rinrhr. r,o,t !
nt . Jl.t.. 1 . . . . '
vi liic uiaioute uviweea uaieuonia
and Lakewood the train ma'ntained
a speed of a trifle over 120 m'les per
ACCIDENT ON LAUNCH.
Seaman Dillon's Left Hand r3tmh
Between the Launch and Maru.
Charles Di'lon a saman cmolo-ed '
n the U" s- Quarantine launch had;
l nn-rs Qs left hand Injured
vesterdav mnrnin- rSUo . lann.t. '
.. viic 'uuu. .
WJT "? Tf a?:5:i0 6:206:40 7de7:2a
As the big vessel proceed'd slowly . fa
her way to port the quarantine j
,aunca wert ot fj met her with the!
Manne doctors on biard. Dr. Coffer.
"ruea we smp Era iirs.
waea on tne lannrh
.. ... v. utru-u IJWUJMU.IU
When' Dr. Coffer gave th? order i
for Mrs. Smith to b'aHl th sh'n. th1
regular passcrjrr ladder of the 3Iaru
- . " i
was lowered but rot fir enough to
vi. .t-tj.. . ...
tuauitt me UOT tO rMCB K.
The launch was making headway
towards the ladder, when a big swell '
Jcciain? from aft throw the launch
) sgaiasi the side of the liner. Dallon :
j grabbed tfee ladder, so as to head oS
kmach from tie steamer, and'
d his aaafc caught between the
eamr and ih launch. Two of his '
angers got badly smashed and taey
were sirfaaed right to tie bone. Dr
Coffer dressed the wounds and imme-
s dfately sent the man asao're for fur
Dalion was sent to the quarantine
island yesterday afternoon when
he will enjoy a month's rest.
Pain-Kilier, the, old .'nd well-known
remedy has acouired a world-wide re
nowacer the euro of sudden colds,
coughs, etc., weak stomach, indiges
tion, cramp or pain m the stomach,
bowel complaint, diarrhoea and dys
entery. It has lost none of its good
name by repeated trials, but con
tinues to occupy a prominent position
in every family medicine chest. Avoid
substitutes, there is but one Pain
Killer, Perry Davis. Price 25c. and
Call up i'cone '21S and get our Ssurw
-n Uooktunding and Ruling. Republtraa
Everybody should have one of
n. m. .., T,ccin T 0f,or.
w .. ....uv......u A.W.J&IJI. Atvu...
A diary is almost Indispensable
to the business and social man.
If you have never kept one begin
the New Year right by doing so.
When you once begin you will won
der how you have got along with
Best "Excelsior" Dairies, in
American Russia Leather, Imita
tion Russia and Black Cloth."
Pocket size ... 75c to $2.00
Office $1.00 to 3.00
On the way to the Post Office.
A Straw Hat !
Is the most kumfortable and
koolest kind of Head Gear for a
klimate like ours.
Get any style, shape or quality
made to trder to suit your build
Straw Hat Manufacturer.
Nuuanu St. Opp. Sayegusa's
Traniwnvs Time Table.
j Cars leave Waikiki for Town at
I 3.45. 6:15. 6:45 a. m and every 15
j minutes thereafter till "10:45, 11:15'
and 11:45 p. m. from Waikiki go tc
j the Punahou Stables.
j Cars leave Rifle Range or Pawaa1
i switch for Town at 5:5S a. m. and
i every 15 minutes thereafter till 11:0S
j Cars leave Fort and King streets:
; corner for Palama at 6:10 a. m. and
every 15 minutes after till 11:25 p. m.
Cars leave for Palama only at 5
; and 5:30 a. m.
cars leave Palama f r Wa'klki at
m. and every 15 minutes til?
m.. then at 10:15 and 10:45
p. m. The 11:15 p. m. from Palama
for Punahou only goes to Waikiki on
Cars leave Fort and King street,
-n,or for Rifle Range at 5:20 and'
5:50 a. m
Cars leave Fort and King street
corner for Waikiki at 6:05 a. m. and
! every 15 m'nutes till 10:05 p. m. then
iat 10:35 and 11:05 p m. The 11:35
; p. a. goes to Waikiki on Saturdays
BfcHEVANIA STREET AND
Cars leave Punahou stable f-r Town
, r.nn j . r .....
Cars Jave Oahn Oolleea tr.r Tnnm
ana vjuiey at 5:30 6:0 and 7:10 a
ana every 10 ainutes till 10: in!
Irs. Dr. Sm'th f-J excep;.t'! even honr and half
Lmnaticn. n-so s-n d .. in t
fi?SO S-Srt r m d ..... in f .
thereafter till io-so ,1 i
Cars leavo Fort nr? Ottao r,,?
. . -v--m viTTr-
'"r iunahoa Collpge at 6:05. 5:25,
3 - a-a., ana everria minutes after
till 9:45 "D. m Arfo- tlitf .
r -k Va. C?kVI k -a .Ar
.. .."" v i"; l V.O
VZA ? "? 1 1VP El l' T'
reaching the Stable at 11:30 p. nu
Tlieo. H. Davies
Canadian-Australian Steamship lino
Lloyds, -British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpx i
Best Rooxxxxsj oxx Kairfcli
y T A.
i . j.:.;;
r. "- T.'&?i!7&?XZ3C-
Herring-Bone Expanded Metal Lath
i Building Specialties.
f.f Hawaiian Trading Co., Limited
1142 Fort Street .. .-. .. .. .. Love Buildini..
Fred Phiip & Bro,
629 King SI. WRIGHT BLDG.
A Full Lino of
Saddles. Harness. Whips.
. Collars. Hames. Chains.
Soaps. Bridles. Bits. Spurs
Harness Oil and Dressing. Gall
Cure. Campbell's Hoof Remedy.
Elliman's Embrocation. H. H. H.
Liniment, Etc.. Etc.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON
ALL WORK UNDERTAKEN.
604 Quen Streat, cor. South.
Headquarters for Honolulu Primo
Beer. In bottles and on draught. Al-'
ways Ice-Cold. We can give yon the
best gla33 of Beer in town.
i TUP It mil n i am
!E ALOHA SALOON-
DOWX BY THEIHOX ITOEKS
Foe a Good, Tasty Schooner
ILEVME BRBS., fnnMm.
Simplicity, durability, speed and
manifolding power are conceded
to be the four great essentials la
a typewriting machine. We pre
sent to the public THE OLIVER
as the latest and most striking
embodiment of these features, and
the moat radical departure from
other methods of construction.
Examine this up-to-date ma
chine before deciding upon a par
chase of an inferior make.
Territory of Hawaii.
v'SJKItrWJJ5i?rk - .j - S5ffSi
i-.r.?-?rr "T-!?" :
HART & 00., Ltd.
Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
Finest resort in the city.
SODA WATER AND ICE CREAM
Made from Pure Fruit Syrnpa.
CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS.
Supplied dally with fresh killed meata
TffJ also . .
A LARGE GROCERY DEPARTMENT
FRUITS. ETC., ETC.
Orders delivered to any part ef tho
C. a. TEE HOP & CO.
Corner Beretania and Alakea.
Phose Ur.rr 25'
Konoidu Ironworks Go
nOILERS. SUGAR MILLS. COOL
ERS, BRASS and LEAD CASTINGS,
2.n1 Marl,iTrv rt avA-w jAdnfHt.A
mado ro nrrfr. iilU., ".7.r.,.?
paid to ship's blacksmlthln Job
"work executed on shortest notice.
Beaver . Lunch . Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE, : : : : Propr.
Just received a new lot of celebrated
; HFB CEKT CIGARS
(New York Capaduras. Was'hlnoton.
AHston, Union de Cuba,
Grand RtpuWlc, Etc