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THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 12, 1902
Summary of Foreign News
9tt Said J 2.
arrived at commenced to pay over $300,000 to
depositors of Uie Metropolitan Bank.
bnsitie situation ia Germany
1ms takes z tara tor we vc..
Good Health report thai
food diet threaten u become
BY IE POLICE
and batreiy on OScer Ah. On; Jose
Mirondo and AlUiaa Colon, vagrancy;
Jose llirondo, larceny in. the second
degree; Kelia Kealoha, drank; Lai
Tim. stealing bicycle; and Chas.
Gride. no llghL
After aiaay day of leisurely travel
the CUbck Imperial party Is aearj
K SSFW IOOa irv urc-s -- i'etOttg- iW om lTOwngei: wu prau
. 4ed that the yotmg Emperor shall' Unrfn RlftinC
Golden Parti Mtm at s enurr the ctty art and tnea receive
kac eatsitnra its present &.
ft. Kin Bdward has been eaaoied to
Taw - Lol Qlobe-Desnocrai ac-.initiate a near campaign against con-; Pmwlind
that the MonaoM control tWr-j sowiptioa. as .W0 m.WO.Wf) , iiwuhuq.
states. - has been placed at his raajeatiy's dis-
Compulsory education and the rea- j P charitable or utilitarian pnr
rrftflon of child labor are being a- poses.
;fattf in Iowa. j The total valuation of Utah's mini
tfe Kin rf Sweden is aaU to be j eral ootpat for li, according to the
, 4 r r, AiKmrtmt ta amazes Trlbone. wa6 $19.07.737, divided as
""' " "" "" " " ! -. . .
GREED FOR RICHES
BRINGS WOE TO KEPAPA
Excnse for Night
LULL AFTER BOUGH BURGLARY!
REFORMATION FOR CAVALHO.
Uneventful Day at the Wilcox
Matinee Docket in Which After
math of Intemperance Was Con
spicuous by its Absence.
The police department swooped
f which is Chines. 1 rouows: uom. .yia,v; ssuvrr. .-
Om transalpine telephone line, con WK; copper, .,...: lean. 53.-)
McCSts; the systems of France and j l.W. j
Italy was opened Jan. 2. 0e million dollars Is the sum of-,
Tw tbooaaad and forty-tbre acres j '" y Robert Lebaudy. the French j
bmhI of a French industrial school in i
; Officers Inclined to Believe There TSlinsTTleit
I j was in full swing on Friday at a se-
is a woman in tne
find in Tolware connty were sold
Jsa. X to Eastern capitalists.
Tke electric railroad to be boIUi
5cwra Brighton and London is to
edpsed with Fnllman cars.
Ifc fe asertei that the employes of
law joorerament of Venezuela have
few without pay lor the last six
. eluded spot on the waterfront, and
in the scramble and melee that follow
j ed the officers of. the law secured but
! one offender.
Two Arrests for Petty Thievery Yes-j Kepapa was brought tcflhe station
terdav Chinese Who Persisted and charged with operating a game in
e HAW All A INK
Engineering aad tonstniction Co.
ROOMS SOS, 5C9. 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
All classes of Engineering Work solicited. Examinations. Sur
veys and Reports made for any clasx of Waterworks. Steam and
Electrical Construction. Plans and Specifications and Estimates pre
pared, and Construction Superintended In all branches of Engineering
Work. Contracts solicited for Railroads, electric and steam; Tunnels,
Bridges. Buildings, Highways. Foundations, Piers, Wbarres. Etc
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Examinations. Valuations, and
Reports of Properties for investment purposes,
FREDERICK J. AMWEG, M. Am. Soc. C. E.
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
i Cl44id AJtertuenentt in tltt eoltrntn
oH J untried ct 10 cmw a (um finil
t-wtrrtio; 5 ccU a lin joravf iiur
iiorx; 23 ccntt per line pr wei; 35
crat per line tvo tczei. and 50 cenlt
per 1 per tnoatk.
connection with the University of
About 1.5(H) partisans of General
Rlera, a Venezuelan revolutionary
leader, are awaiting his arrival near
Coro, Venezuela. When Riera ar
rives it is intended to set the coun-1
try In a blaze of revolt
in Navigating Honolulu's Thor
oughfares Without a Light At
tached to His Vehicle.
Porto Ricans who are found upon
the streets of Honolulu during the
which money was won and lost.' He
j was brought before Judge Wilcox in
the police court yesterday morning,
and, when arraigned, admitted his
connection with the money making
enterprise. He was fined ?30 and
M..fcnr lin,- is tli latst fad! .... . hnrc f ii, ffcm.t in.fi 00 ! -"ona uarwa, m wnose posses
r - - , KocKeieuers gilts 10 tne unicago '"""-"' "o" .v ... , ,
will be subjected to a pretty close
examination by various members of
the police department before
This order has become imperative
owing to the great number of bur
glaries and cases of petty thieving
which have recently been brought lo
vMefc Ihshionable women hare adop-j Unlversjtv aggregate near!
" ol ui..g tr eviu m Hs ,atesl gJft5 are $1000000 t0
lsxWL j the general endowment fund and
mm disaster to the British Gar- j $550,000 for the payment of the cur-
itSM st Zeefnoteln seems to have , re-nt expenses of 1991-2.
fee. otrrhelmlas. according to the! The twenty.flfth seml.annual divi-
hfest accounts. .,dend has been distributed among the
"With the opening of the new year ( profit-sharing operatives of the
He number of oarrJers employed injuourne cotton mils at Tiverton, R.
Ike rural tne postal delivery sen-ice i.t anj the directors have voted to
vne raised to w. 1 keep the plan in force another year. I
cnanet aenaftt l'arcens. presiuent Although nearly 200.000 miles of
f tbe Greenwood Company of San j railroad track are operated in the
ffeMclsecv died at hhs home in Oma 1 United States, the work of conitruc
. Jnn. (. of heart trouble. , tlon still goes on. During the year
Lienrenant Thleme. of the Xlnety-1 just ended 5057 miles are estimated
brUi Keaiment. killed a student ! by the Railway Age as having been
anted Held, of Halle University, in! built.'
1 ttl at Jena. Germany. Jan. 4. j Edmunu Peckf a rftiret, Methodlst
law Dr. Joseph Pnllman. presid- j clergyman, aged SO. and his daughter!
nfr elder f the Xew York East Con- j .Mary Peck, aged 35. were burned '
v-rance of the Methodist EDisconal I to doath .inn nf niiin,. n
rtmrcfa. died at Stanford Conn.. .Ian. ' in n fim w,ii, .J.ctvo.i m.'L ...i"I ance niust be kept on these people
- - - - -- . . . H .v. 1U4t.l4 Ui..IUJUU llli;il ll4Aiili-
was found a portion of the wear
ing apparel of several citizens, was
theviV 7 ,"""
will be permitted to go about their! , " L """"-' "" "" ''
, . ; carried over until Monday.
JVUt liCJ o.
Traced to Porto Ricans.
the majority of instanctis
Kwong Tai maintained a determin
ed persistence in violating the hitch
ing ordinances as prescribed by the
cariage regulations. An, assessment
of $5 was levied.
I The iroubles emanating from do
; mestic differences existing in the
hdl Cambra family were not brought to
perpetration of small stealings has a settlement yesterday. Antone S.
been traced directly to the doois of Cambra was charged with assault and
the Porto Ricans, who are daily in- battery on Rose S. Cambra. The
creasing in numbers in Honolulu. 1 case wil1 come UP on Monday morn
Stringent orders have been issued iD
from the office of the High Sheriff to '. R- G- Williams, alleged to have
all men in the police and detective j committed an assault on Ah On. was
departments that a careful surveill-' released with a reprimand.
Jose Cavalho, who was"" arrested
f 0 THE 10ST Eiuor-
v prising News Boy.
who disposes of the
most papers of . . .
Cbc Honolulu Republican
during the month of
January . . . .
on the Bethany 1
St armed revolutionary steamer
( iterador. formerly the British
imamer Ban High, has landed an
'tpWUUon near Barcelona,
A Syrian spcakin
ages fluently, a scliolar of many at-
Venecu-j tainments and once an agent of the
Turkish Government in Cincinnati.
until such time as the complaints now
coming into police headquarters
I o lo -
ft is announced that the American 1 has just been pardoned by Governor
,"wer company utilising the wators , ash of Ohio after serving all but
'f Kiasjara. falte Intends increasing Its
prodwctlve capacity to 105.000 horae-?wr
ilacordlng to the recent school cen
three weeks of a three years' term
for grand larceny.
Fire at Omaha. Jan. 4. in the of
fice of the Douglas Printiug Company
WW taken In Kansas, that State has , destroyed the property of that con
actnafly lost population instead of i cern the Western Electric Supp'y
GotT it since th Federal 4 'nsus ! Comiwny. the building and contents
SMtanoad. Va.. with a population
T ly S5.000 iuhabltants. has two
reet-railwa.v companies which oper
ate Ibelr lines under 4-ceut fares with
The discover)- of artesian watej
fc Miany places in the deserts "of
Sontbern Calltbrnla Is inducing n
rj- boom In the location of tracts
Ik the desert
Am increase of from 4 to 12 per
sent hi the waae of 45,000 trainmen
will be -L-JCoet seon by the r:i
Vlrania Railroad Company, to ake
vet Jknaarj' 1.
Ai charitable society In St. Louis
e1sd a good pln for oxtennina
1in- the Belgian hare, by giving ev-rrj-
poor person In the city a rabbit
tor a Christmas dinner.
Charles McXaniee. representing the
Vanderbllt family of New Yotk
of the Frontier Steam Laundry Com
pany and damaged the Karbach ho
tel. The total will probablv reach
Because of a wrong signal at the j the officers
Xinevah tower. Jan. 4. the Eat , Deputy Sheriff Chillingworth is in
bound Pennsylvania .Mail and Ex-
"Vjctiir1nr lirtitrrrif f-Tf1 f tfrt or .
.vvv.... .Ub. .,.,. w ... ,
rests of Porto Ricans, who were
charged with theft In most cases
the complaints recorded have been
of a somewhat trivial nature, and
the value of the goods stolen has
Think the Gang is Broken.
One fact that has been made ap
parent to the 'police officials is that,
since the arrest of the Porto Rican
lad caught and implicated in the bur
glary of the Hough premises on Rich
ards street a few evenings ago, few
complaints have reached the ears of
some days ago for having in his pos
session articles of merchandise be
longing to other persons, waSj sen
tenced to one year at the Reform
A postponement was granted until
Tuesday morning in the case of Lim
Wo Sing, charged with assault and
battery on a fellow countrynfan
named Tong Sin.
MERRY MAIDENS JUST '
ESGAPE WITH LIVES
press train, Xo. 14. ran into a slow
freight ahead, five miles west of
Johnstown. Pa., and a few minutes
'ater a westbound freight crashed in
to the wreck, causing the death of
four persons and the serious injury
of at least five others.
A bill to. provide San Francisco
.vlth a new Custom house at a cost
of $1,500,000 was passed by the Seri
ate during the last session of Con
gross, hut did not reach a vote in the
1 House awing to adjournment A this
session a new bill has heon Intrfv-
duced by Congressman Kahn in the!
House, which provides for the erec
tion of a 53.000.000 building.
XEW YORK. Jan. 1. Miner's
Eight-avenue Theater was destroyed
by fire early this morning. "The
Merry Maidens' burlesque show had
just given a Ions: performance, and
cllned to the opinion that the gang i the audience had been out of the
of petty thieves has been broken up j building only about fifteen minutes
since the arrest of Claudina. who was I when the fire was started. It was
found on the Hough grounds' with ! caused bv a lighted ciKarette.
stolen property in his possession. 1 The theater building was old and
The belief that a woman is connect- j fonr stories high. After the fire start
ed with the recent jobs, is generally j ed the chorus girls and employes of
held in police circles. j the theater fied to the street in a
Yesterday's arrests included the , panic It is believed thev all got ont
following: Lum Wo Sing, assault ' safely.
5IS TO E3E GIVEN5
OPEN TO iUIUI
Come and see the Watch, Boys!
WANTED To ', soce fine white Dis
aosd ris;; also dn opal riax: rea
sonable price. Watch repaired oa
ti. G. Dtetz. watchtaaier and jw
eJer. Fort u car HoteL in Prwcott's
WANTED GirU to co lanndry work.
Apply Sanitary Steam Laundry. Ks
nrajotao and South streets.
WANTED Two single ganttetaen de
sire rooms and good table board,
either in house or coUsgs sear, mast
not be far from business portion of
ctty. Expect to remain permanently
if satisfactory and rates reasonable.
Address X. B., RepubHean 0ce.
FIVE-ROOM HOUSE, central (oca
tlon. modern, Improvements: $S0
cash. Apply to J. W. LAKE, 141S
It's a Daisy Stem Winder, limiting
Case, Sterling Silver. X Standard
JOHNNIE HICKEY won the GOLD WATCH
for selling the most papers up to Christmas Day.
FOR RENT A furnished cottage of
seven (7) rooms on Klnan street
For particulars, apply this office.
ROOMS FOR RENT Helen's Court
Private Hotel, off Adam's Lane.
near Elite Building. 'Phone White
3461. H. M. Lerr, mansrer.
TO LET Delightful roomy bath tabs,
with either hot or cokl water, and
every improvement and convenience
known to the modern age. At
Silent Barber Shop.
TO LET Newly furnished double
parlors: also rooms. Beretasia ave.,
cor. Keaumoku. 1
FOR RENT An eight room cottage
on Young street Apply J. A. Mv
goon, Magoon building.
COMFORTABLE COTTAGES ON the
premises of the Sanitary Steam Laun
dry Co. Ltd.. Marmtan and South
streets. The cottar contain 4 room,
kitchen and bath room No extra
charge for hot and cold water and
eiutric hehts. Rent reasonable. Ap
ply on the premises to J. Lightfoot,
PLAIN, PAINTED and
Iwalvarai & Oo.
(Successor to CHAS. SEYDONE.)
.A -it: Qiiiiiia
Designing and Gilding.
Advertising a Specialty.
Office and Workshop:
1170 UNION STREET.
SIGNS OF TROUBLE
EXISTING IN CHINA
PEKING". Jan. 2. Several recont
Kfccnrrencfts tend to discourage the ;
sib that tbe Dowager Empress has
Vwtea-a les&m of reform from the
msH of tbe past year. Foreigners (
are disposed to take a pessimistic )
-rtew of tbe outlook. General Yung
XaV determination to organise two '
Indicates the driver to be a Japanese
by the name of Horemoto.
Ah Wong did not make any com
plaint to the police but hastened
HAWI'S PROSPECTS BRIGHT.
atands of the pro-foreign Chinese
leasers is particularly disquieting.
and in evidence of the continued
domination of his influence, which is
Plantation Said Not to Have Suffered :
From the Recent Drought.
Young plant caae fs reported a?
inti-foreign army corp to offset the ; looking at its best in the district of
Kobala. according to a statement
made by Manager Jehu Hind, cf tlr
This plantation was Included In the
number in the district which, visited ,
by a severe drought" during the past)
summer, were believed to have suf
; fered considerable damage. The pros-)
sects for the i9Qz crop are exceed-;
Ah Wong Escapes Injury But Bicycle ingly bright, notwithstanding the fact;
Is Badly Smashed. there will be a small shortage.
At afeont 3 o'clock yesterday after--soon
a Chinaman by the name of Ah J
Wong. who works for J. B. Castlo."
Reaches more readers
than any other paper
printed in Honolulu.
It Is also the cheapest
paper tb suhsciibe to
and the "best ana least
medium. : : : :
Only $5 50 per
The Oriental Life Insurance Co., Ltd.
The Home Company
Issues all modern forms of polieie- at the lowest possible
rates. Policies issued m both English and Chinese
HOME OFFICE: 301-302 Stanacnwatd Bldjj., Honolulu, T. H.
'M'"Kgg,,MggaMIMilllltlk ""'" inw 1 in 1, Mm mm 1 ii.iui)Winumwj.
HACKS RUN OVER CHINAMAN.
Alohas at the Orpheum.
An immense crowd turned -jut lastj
was run over by a hack on Fort street night to witness the final performan-e
iNtween Merchant and Queen. .The ' of Hogan, and hundreds were turned J
Importer of PrVaucts . .
Provisions and Wines . .
I Cor. King and kith Streets
Chinaman states that he was riding away unable to secure seats. The j
on his wheel on the right hand sid j performers were all enthusmsticcllv I
. cf (he street when a hack mn,n and were showored
down Fort strt!t from Merchant' ., 1!
itmt. the horse hitting his whtvUw "oral offerings. The play wenti
and causing blm to fall on the ground. , with a vim and dash that brought
the wheels passiug over his hand and ! forth encore after encore. The com- -
Us body. 1 pjy wm raia over until the sail-1
While Ah Wong was not badly In-i ' ci ;
fr? Me. xv-hpj fjis knocked Into 1 . b
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THE TRAVELER'S INSURANCE
COMPANY OF HARTFORD
Iiuen Chang Co.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Large Importers of
Flour, Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
120 KING STREET.
P. O. Box 972. Phone, White 801
LIFE 1CCIDEHT HFALTh! Fort NP W
I. C. liOUEKIN,
(JAPANESE AND CHINESE.)
King Street. : : : Cor. Alake St
jiretty bad shape. A gentleman who
saw the accident gave the number,
24C, of the hack to Ah Wong, and It
part for the Coast The Hcgans will
be followed by the World's Enter
AGENT TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
413 Judd Buildipg.
' Cooks. Walters. Servants. House
. Boys. Garden Boys, Stable Boys, sup
! plied at a moment's notice.
Contracters requiring men can ob
tain them through ns.
m . . b . m s a . .na - . j
pw e aw f 0 9 jr 7 4s1sf
A ' Ml
)( Robert Grieve
Jj- Tbe Robert Grieve Publishing Co., Limited. f
y( SSesckasa.t Street. Kosolislt?,. fa
t'sM? 9'V "B -"Mv'B9''Bk "l sft B
0K0jj00 00 00 0 0g0m00mg. jsT "
r J ORPHEUM BLOCK. Phone Blue 687.
S. J. SALTER
Does all kinds of Commercial jr.a Job Printing at the low
Recent additions have been made t the mechanical force
which enable the Company to turn out orders promptly. In rail
road and plantation work we excel any other printing establish
ment in Hawaii. -
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S3A01S 110 3WV-id 3018
J3JVIJD, m.JJTJjn JCiO f j
f npy wi j C3
fix ' ffssam
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attention to. Our bindery is the most complete in Honolulu and 'w
...w .H.ta W...WM... w. nw.n .,. j w. a ..mi.w a....m .W WW CAw.f
Is another branch of the art preservative that we give particular
attention to. Our bi
the large amount of
lence of our bindery.
If yen want any kind of Printino or Bindina done vou should
patronize us if you desire first-class work. , fk
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SHOW ON SJ.SOD il
Kerosene and Gasoline
FOR SALE AT THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd
Business men wlH tell you
that an ad In The Republic
an brings good results be
cause the peopla r..ad it.